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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 30, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911063001_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 30, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEM0GRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. & TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 30, 191 K Garrard For McCreary. One good thing about investing your money here at home is the fact that It is an unusual thing to hear of a before you invest you can investigate. democrat in this county against SenaFunny how some men who are afraid tor McCreary but we learn that a to invest in the local factory will fall strong fight , is being made to defeat over themselves to buy a peach orchard him for the nomination in other parts of the state. We urge the democrats in Alaska. of the county to come out and vote The Lancaster colored base ball team for their choice in this contest. defeated the strong Stanford team on Miss McEIroy Married. last Friday afternoon. The score be, NUMBER 12. wsB8& WE HAVE A FEW A New Ruling. SH ! The postoffice department has issued a new ruling which requires that renters of boxes at the postoffice must pay their box rent by the first day of the first month of the Quarter. This means that you must pay your box rent by July 1st, else you are liable to have your box declared vacant. Paynter Withdrawn. 1 HEAD QUARTERS FOR DEERINGBinders, flowers, - make'a special fl price on, as we do not want 8 to move them to our new location (Mason Hotel.) , f &f i A -I VB3pm&&t r s " ' i ir V Sf ' jv A .. y ing 10 to 0. Batteries for Lancaster Senator Thomas H. Paynter in a Miss Oliver McEIroy and Mr. Ernest were Burdett & Emerson. signed statement to the democrats of Tonge were married in Campbellsville Tuesday. Miss McEIroy will be re- the state withdraws from the contest Back On The Road. membered as the tiny but attractive for the senatorial nomination. This Mr. Shirley B. Elkin will again go little compositor who was recently a will be espcily pleasing to the host of j on the road on July 1st as a traveling member of the Record's staff of com- friends and supporters of the Hor. salesman for the Endicott, Johnson positors, and while here by her genial Oilie M. James, who is the only candiShoe Co. of St. Louis Mo. His terri- ways, attractive personality and sunny date for the senatorial nomination since Senator Paynter's wilhdrawal. disposition won many friends. tory will be West Virginia. Senator Paynter's name will be on the Lancaster Fair. ballot but in his statement he asks It Would Be A Plenty. his friends not to vote for him and to Every thing is in readiness for the Middlesboro has a merchant who admake Mr. James nomination unanimous. vertises over the catchy cognomen of Fair and a great many Garrard County We believe that the next legislature "H. Stopinski." The ad does not people have already invited their will be democratic and that Mr. James state what would happen to if you do, friends to spend the week of the fair will receive the just reward for his but we dare say it would be a plenty. with them. The President of the fair splendid service in the House of Rephas already received word from the on behalf of the people best horseman of the State Ptating resentatives McDermott Speaks. by being honored in return by them that they would be at the Lancaster with a seat in the United States SenHon. Edward J. McDermott of Louis- Fair on July 26th 27th & 28th. with a ate. ville, candidate for the Democratic fine bunch of show animals. Every Now, let us have a representative nomination for Lieutenant Governor, one boost the fair and .try to get a from Garrard County who will help addressed a large audience at the court good crowd here. elect him house Monday afternoon in the interest of his candidacy, Mr. McDermott Hon. Ruby Laffoon. Don't Overlook This. is a forceful speaker and his remarks If the democrats of Kentucky will The Garrard County Development were well received. vote for and nominate Hon. Ruby Association was organized to look afLaffoon, of Madisonville for State ter the commercial welfare of LanSays They Are Anarchists. Auditor in Saturday's primary, the caster and Garrai-- county, and to "The man who dynamites a stream party will have a nominee who can get them we look for the securing of, or and kills fish, is as much an anarchist the votes in the final race. He was attempting to secure industries for the as the man who blows up a building upon the last State ticket weich was town and county. and kills people. Millions of dollars defeated but polled several thousand Come early, don't delay and let your neighbor There is a well defined rumor that are spent in Maine every year by peo- more votes than any other candidate before the housing of another tobacco ple who go there to fish and hunt. on the ticket. He is well known in crop the American Tobacco Co. desires Kentucky ought to be sure a hunter's Garrard county and has many friends another loose get the choice. They are going to sell. leaf market south of the paradise." Harry Sommers before who will remember him when they get Kentucky river, and what this comKy., Press Association. in the booth. pany desires they usually get. LanGarrard Co. People To South West Texas. caster is the logical point for the esRemember Oilie James. tablishment of this market. This year if Mr. Wallace Steele of Lexington was the acreage has been Senator Paynter's name will be upon cut down in the the ballot in Saturday's primary al- in town last Monday, having just re- county to approximately about 4500 though he has withdrawn from the turned from Crystal City Texas with acres of tobacco, the season for setrace. For this reason friends of Hon. a party of Paint Lick and Irvine people. ting has been good, the plants are lookOilie M. James are urging that all This is the same city in Texas where ing well and the outlook is for a much democrats that go to the polls cast Mr. Woods bought his land. Mr. Steele better grade of tobacco than in several their vote for him and make his nomi- says that out of the seventeen who years past. went to Texas with him, he made a sale We want a home market for this nation unanimous. to every one of them and that they are crop, and we want it bad, and it strikes tickled to death and have found the us very forcibly that this is our opPay Your License'Tax. best place they know of to invest in portunity. Have land. He will leave with another party Do you own an automobile? Gentlemen of the Development Asyou paid your license tax for this year? on the Fourth of July from Lan- sociation, are you doing anything along Most licenses expire in this month, and caster, Ky; this line? In the strees of your offorts the owner who fails to secure a new to secure the proposed extension of Picnic. license promptly will be good game for the electric line, and other things in some agent of the Auditor. They cons-- : The Presbyterian Sunday School will which you are interested, be sure not true it that if a person is able to own give a picnic next week, the exact day to overlook this question of a home ,a machine, he is able to keep up the to be decided on Sunday morning. Ev- tobacco market. It is one of our crying and if he catches you delin- - ery one be at Sunday School and find needs and we cannot afford to miss j licence, j quent a stiff fine will be the result. out all about this picnic as it is going an opportunity of securing it. to be a big one. It is given for the purpose of arousing interest in this Sparks Ballard. work and to get the people to attend. At six o'clock Wednesday afternoon There is no doubt but that at Sunday at the spacious home of Hon. E. R. School is the place to be taught and to Sparks in Nicholasville; Miss Sallie learn the word of God, therefore the Marrs Sparks and Mr. J. Hogan Ballparents should pay more attention to ard were united in marriage. The this work and compel their children to ceremony was said by Rev. Irvine of attend as well as attend themselves. the Christian church of Nicholasville. The bride was given away by her Bank Examided. grandfather, Mr. E. R. Sparks. The Garrard Bank and Trust Co. has Mrs. Marshall Guerrant, an aunt of just been examined by a State Bank the bride, was the matron of honor, examiner and found to be in good con- the bridesmaids were Misses Mayme dition. Mr. Hurt the examiner told Lee Ballard, Carrie Boulden, Blanche the editor of this paper that the con- Hamilton and Charlotte Knobel. Both dition of this popular institution was the bride and her attendants, were begood and that the books were neat and comingly attired in white with pink that it was his opinion that the people sashes, Mr. Bryan Ballard of Lexingof this county should know through ton brother of the" groom acted as his the columns of the local paper that the best man. The wedding march was accounts were straight and kept in rendered by Miss Annie Mason and first class condition, the securities Miss Bessie Chapman assisted with clean and that the able management of several delightful solos. The happy the bank merits the very liberal pat- couple left immediately after the cereronage accorded it. mony for a month's trip to New York, Washington, Old Point Comfort and Town Again Lighted. other points of interest in the east, "After several months of Egyptian after which they will be at home darkness, save for the best makeshifts temporarily at the home of the groom's available, coal oil lamps, the city on mother in Bryantsville. Both of these young people are well Monday evening was treated to a flood of light from the reconstructed light known and popular in Lancaster. The plant. The plant has been thoroughly bride has ofter been the attractive overhauled and new wires erected in visitor of her relative, Miss Marguerite ofsome places, and as rapidly as possible Kinnaird. She is the daughter of the the service will be improved until it is late Edwin Sparks of Nicholasville and first class. Of course at first there a grand daughter of the late Mr. will be more or less trouble from cros- Stephen Marrs of this place, and is sed wires, caused by their not having one of the handsomest of the many been in use, and consequently not in- handsome younger set of girls who spected for some time, but this will be have been visitors in Lancaster in the remedied in due time. Now how about last few years. J. Hogan Ballard is the oldest son an all night service. of the late William B. Ballard who was a resident of Lancaster for many For Lieutenant Governor. years, and a grand son of Capt. W. J. The contest for the nomination for Hogan of Bryantsville. Mr. Ballard is Lieutenant Governor in Saturday's the junior member of the Becker-Ballar- d primary is creating some interest Co. of Bryantsville, one of the among the voters. Hon. Jas. P. EdMen's full suits worth to to now most thriving mercantile establishwards in his usual aggressive and in the county, and is one of the and Suits going in this sale at $7.98. straight forward way is pushing his ments substantial young business men of candidacy and is telling the voters his that prosperous locality. and Suits to platform and he is making friends' by it. Mr. Edwards, a young man, has Men's Shoes 98cts and up. Ladies Shoes and Oxfords 98cts and up. been a tower of strength for the party in many hard fought battles. He has GREAT BARGAINS IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. "been true to the party in every fight since he became a voter. His friends Candidate for are claiming that his record as, a democrat, as compared with his opponents Lieutenant Governor entitles him to the support of the parand spoke at ty. He is a lawyer of skill and ability bolted Bryan in ninety-si- x and is in every way qualified to help Louisville, Covington, Lexington,Bards lead the party to victory in the final town, Lebanon, for Palmer and Buck contest and we think will serve the peoner and against the Democratic Platple honestly and efficiently if elected. Jas. P.- - Edwards will be heard from in form. the future of his State. Men with Vote For Edwards, such ability, magnetism and aggressiveness as Mr. Edwards are always a straight dempcrat to represent the people. leaders. ! Buggies & Surries will that we Now is the time to get bar gains in BUGGIES. All this work is GUARANTEED. d Hay Rakes and Twine. Champion- Mowers. - DEERING TWINE. HftSELDEN BROS. We can save you money let us. you will Git More Than Usual Value You know that the best way to be sure of getting good clothes for your money is to go to a plac where none but good clothes are sold. CONN BROTH EfiS Lancaster, Ky. J The best way to get more than usual for your money is to go to that place where they're offering goods at clearance prices. That's what we're doing here now; we're clearing the decks for the fall campaign; everything in Suits go at a price now. 1 LOOK! LOOK! FROM Hart Schaffner & Marx LOOK! clothes go; suits that you'll be glad to own, and wear, at much under regular prices. Men's fine all wool suits in Brown, Tan, Gray, also Black and Blue. Regular price $16.50 now $11.98. One mixed lot of Men's fine all wool suits, Hart Schaffner and Marx make, in Brown, Tan, Gray and other colors. Regular price $20.00 now $14.98. One big lot Men's all wool suits in all various colors including BlacKs and Blues of Hart Schaffner and Marx make. Regular price $22.50 now $16.75. Men's suits of very finest quality, H. S. & M. make, in Gray, Brown, Tan, Black and Blue. Regular $25.00 and $27.50 values now $18.75. xv Ej AD ! Jas. W. Smith., The House of Quality. Sale Will Continue On & On until entire stock is sold. You can not af ford to miss the Great Bargains we are fering in V W ifyal"' al Clothing, Shoes, Hats and Fur- nishing Goods. $10.00 $12.00 $11.58 $13.58. $1.98 $2.95. $15.00 $20.00 $18.00 $25.00 t In order to cut down my large stock of McDERMOT, TERMS STRICTLY CASK Bips, Harness k lap you can get some low down prices, for a short H. T. LOGAN. Lancaster, Kentucky. --- time. W. J. Romans. 2 ' v i """iii -- . I '. . The Central Record of which we are now enjoying, and but for which we might be yet paying tribute to the crown of England. INCORPORATED. That declaration participated in and $1.00 A year, i Issued Weekly. signed by representatives from the thirteen original states, upon whom GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. the yoke of old England had become so galling as to become unendurable, Entered at the fot Office In Lancaster, Ky., marked the birth of what was to beMull Matter. as Second-Clascome the ruling nation of the earth, that now takes rank with the leading Member Kentucky Press Association countries and is looked up to and reand spected as one of the formost of civilEighth District Publishers League. ized nations. Would it not be a source of pride to those stalwart patriots who were struggling against oppression, Lancaster, Ky., June 30, 1911. and who though greatly outnumbered, had the to declare their in s hai-dihoo- d Hon. Jas. Edwards is a smart fellow Farm For Sale. and deserves the vote of this county We will sell privately 500 acres of Dont forget him on next Saturday. the best blue grass land in Garrard He is a candidate for Lieut. Governor. county belonging to the estate of Wm. A. Burton, deceased. Farm will eithTr. is thfl dnr.v nf verv rfomnrrrit: 5n er be thiscountvto come to the noils on Sat divide sold to one purchaser or we will it to suit the purchaser in farms urday and cast your - FARMERS Save yourself from heavy lifting by using a FOLDING SWEEP i man. Be on hand. vote for the best 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 tobacco barns on it Well watered and fence in good condition. For further information, call or address, R. L. or W. B. Burton. Lancaster, Ky. Wendling Must Serve. Rates For Political Announcements For For For For For For Precinct and City Offices $5.00 10.00 County Offices and District Offices.... 15.00 State 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 per line Obituaries, ANNOUNCEMENTS Democratic Ticket. FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE. Hon. Charles A. Hardin, of Mercer. FOR R. R. COMMISSIONER. Hon. W. F. Klair of Fayette County. For The Legislature. We are authorized to announce J. A. Doty as a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of tie Dem- ocratic party. For The Legislature. We are authorized to announce John M.Farra as a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of the Dem- ocratic party. For Legislaturee. We are authorized to announce J. O. Bogie as a candidate for the Legislature, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the democratic party. C, For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce A.shby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard, county, subject to the action of the democratic party. For Magistrate. are authorized to announce John N. White as a candidate for d Magistrate, in the first district of county, subject to the action of he democratic party. We. Gar-yar- For County Judge. We are authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the - action of the democratic party. The Glorious Fourth. think that this is the natal day of ' American Independence, that one " hundred and thirty five years ago today we threw off the yoke of England's oppression and declared ourselves a free and independent people. Think of the strife and bloodshed occasioned by this declaration, think of the hardsuffered, ships that our thaTin this'day and time can hardships scarcely be imagined, the fruits of all - How many of us in celebrating the "glorious Fourth" in our "several ways, stop to think what we are celebrating? Many of us know that it is a national holiday and celebrate it as such, some with firing of rockets, cannons etc to the great danger of our own and other people's life and limbs, some by excursions into the country or on fishing expeditions, others by staying at home for a much needed rest, but few of us - fore-fathe- rs The Court of Appeals has overruled the motion for a new hearing in the case of the Commonwealth against Wend-linand he must now pay the penalty imposed upon him by the criminal court of Jefferson county, which was life imMrs. Higgins Dead. prisonment. Wendling was found dependence, and to uphold successfully guilty of the atrocious murder of little The sad intelligence was received that declaration, could they now view Alma Kellner in Louisville nearly two here last Friday from Lexington of the the country of their making, could years ago. death in that city of Mrs. Emma Roys-to- n come back and see the United States Higgins, wife of Mr. Jerry F. HigEd. Walton's Wife Dead. in the zenith of its glory, and could gins of upper Garrard. Mrs. Higgins know that it was through their ef We are indeed sorry to learn of the had long been a sufferer and had sought forts that this became a free and in death of Mrs. Ed. Walton, which oc- relief in Lexington. Her death was dependent country. curred in Florida recently. Her re- entirely unexpected by the family as We do not take one half seriously mains were brought to Stanford, her they were unaware of the fact that enough the celebration of this day, we old home for interment. she was in a serious condition as they hail it as a holiday, which is all well The many friends of Ed Walton will received a letter from her on the pre enough,but we should devote at least a be glad to learn that he is making vious day which did not indicate that small portion of the day to the memory good in the newspaper field in Florida her condition was more serious than of those grand men who enabled it to and will deeply sympathize with him in usual. The remains were brought to her be a free country and who sacrificed so his bereavement. home and on Sunday afternoon, after much in order that it might be such, Picnic A Success. funeral services by Rev. Frierson, and to the end that we might be a free and independent people. The picnic given by the Masonic were interred in the cpmetery at A portion of the day should also be fraternity of Lincoln county in Stan- Old Paint Lick. Mrs. Higgins is surdevoted to thanking Almighty God for ford on last Saturday was a success in vived by her husband and five children, our freedom and independence, and to every paticular. There was between the oldest of which is Miss Jennie Higimploring His guidance and direction two and three thousand people in at- gins, the Superintendent of schools for in keeping and preserving our future tendance, there was plenty of old ham Garrard county. Mrs. Higgins was a freedom, peace and happiness, and fried chicken for all and every one sister of Mr. William Royston, of the The Declaration of Independence is had an old fashioned good time and are Fairview church section of the county. one of finest literary achievements loud in their praise of the hospitality Kauffraan Shackelford. ever penned by mortal man, and it shown them. About forty Masons atshould be read by every school child. tended from this county. One of the prettiest church wedAfter setting forth the wrongs put dings seen in Lancaster in many years Confederate Veteran Here. upon us by Great Britain and' declaring was solemnized at the Christian Church that liberty is one of the unalienable Uncle Peter Howe, a former resi- on Saturday morning at ten thirty rights vouchsafed us, it winds up with dent of the Lowell section, who is now o'clock by Rev. F. M. Tinder, who in the following declaration:- domiciled at the Confederate home at his most impressive manner joined in "We therefore the representatives Pewee Valley is home on a visit and the holy bonds of wedlock Miss Louise of the United States of America, in was in town Saturday. He tells the Greenleaf Kauffman of this place and General Congress assembled, appeal- Record that with the exception of a Mr. John Hockaday Shackelford of ing to the Supreme Judge of the world slight loss of the use of his right side Richmond Ky. for the rectitude of our intentions, do that Capt Mike Salter is in fine health, Promptly at the appointed hour the in the name and by the authority of and- - that he is now on a bridal party consisting of the maid of visit to relathe good people of these colonies, sol- tives in St. Louis, but will return to honor, Miss Frankye Kauffman, sister emnly publish and declare, that the home in a few months. of the bride, Miss Van Greenleaf of these United Colonies are, and of right Richmond Ky., a cousin of the bride, ought to be, free and independent who was the bride's maid, and Messrs Republican Convention. , states; that they are absolved from all H. Clay Kauffman and Mr Love,ushers, The Republicans of Garrard county entered the church and proceeded down allegience to the British crown, and that all political connection between have been called together in mass con- the aisles to the strains of Lohengren's them and the state of Great Britain is, vention on Saturday July 8th at 1:30 wedding march played by Mrs. John M. and ought to be, totally dissolved; and o'clock P. at., at the court house for Mount; they were joined by the bride, that as free and independent states, the purpose of selecting delegate to the accompanied by her mother, who gave they have full power to levy war, con- state convention in Louisville Ky. on her away, and the groom upon the clude peace, contract alliances, estab- July 11, where state officers to be voted arms of his best man, Mr. James Neal, lish commerce, and to do all other acts for in November will be nominated, the latter party entering the church and things .which independent states also for delegates to attond the con- by a side entrance, and proceeded to may of right do. And for the support vention to nominate a candidate for the alter. The ceremony was renderof this declaration, with a firm reliance railroad commissioner for this district. ed more impressive by the maid of on the protection of Divine Providence, honor handing to the groom a ring, The Sick. we mutually pledge to each other our which he placed upon the finger of the lives, our fortunes and our sacred Tne many friends of Mr. W. S. bride. The bride was handsomely athonor." Ferguson will be glad to learn that tired in a tailored suit and small hat Let us then in the midst of our cele- after fourteen weeks confinement in and carried a huge boquet of lilies of bration of the Fourth devote a short St. Elizabeth's hospital, Covington, the valley; the maid of honor and time to giving thanks for the enact- the result of an operation for appen- bride's maid wore gowns of wliite ment of such a wise document as the dicitis, during which time he was lingerie over pink with picture hats one from which the above quotation is several times in a critical condition, is and carried boquets of pink roses. taken, and to asking Almighty God to now able to sit up, attend to his corAfter the ceremony the bridal couple assist us in maintaining the tenets of respondence and walk about the room. left for Lexington in an automobile, that declaration, and that he will guide However, it will yet be some weeks from that city they will go to Columus in the ruling and maintaining of before he is able to leave the hospital. bus O., which will be their temporary this "Home of the free and land of the Mr. T. B. Walker remains seriously home. The church was crowded to overbrave." ill at his home on Richmond avenue flowing, a tribute to the popularity of and very little change for the better is The Democraiic Primary. noted in his condition. However, Mr. the bride, as also was the great num- Before another issue of the Record Walker's condition is not so serious as ber of handsome presents which they received. is in the hands of its readers, the has been reported, and while his friends Miss Louise Kauffman was one of primary called by the constituted are somewhat apprehensive, yet they Lancaster's prettiest as well as most authorities of the Democratic Party hope for his recovery. accomplished daughters. She was the will have "been held and the nominees The recovery of Mrs. Luther Gibbs oldest daughter of the late H. Clay of the party for United States Senator. from a serious operation which she re- Kauffman, a prominent attorney at Governor and the other state offices, cently underwent at her home on the the Lancaster bar, and Miss Emma as well as a nominee for the legislature Kirksville pike is progressing slowly. Greenleaf Kauffman. She graduated from Garrard County selected by the She is able to take some nourishment, at Central University, Richmond Ky., Democratic voters. and it is thought her entire restoration in the last year of that educational in The officers of the primary are selec- to good health is assured. struction. After engaging in teaching ted by the county Committees of the The many friends of Mrs. R. H. in Garrard county for a short time, she Party in the state, and so far as we Batson are glad to see her at home went to St. Louis Mo., where she readare able to learn, it is the aim of again after having an operation per- ily secured a position in the public Democrats everywhere to see that formed for appendicitis at a hospital in schools, and where she has since rea fair primary is held. For our party's Louisville. She still has her nurse mained. nominees to have the confidence and with her but has about The groom is a son of Mr. James recovered. support of the people in the final conShackelford of Richmond and a brother test, they must be fairly and honestly Another Garrard County Man Making of Rodes Shackelford, who is well nominated. known to many Lancaster people, and Good. The voters have grown tired of supis himself a rising young architect, beporting men for offices whose nominaThe following complimentary article ing at present engaged in the contions are tainted with fraud. We, from the Colorado struction of a large building in Columh therefore, urge that we have a fair refers to a former Garrard county bus O., where they will temporarily primary in this county. man. W. K. Argo was born and rear- reside. Mr. Shackelford has the contract for The democratic party is the dominant ed near Lowell in this county and was party in this state by a safe majority, a son of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Argo, the the erection of the new Tyler hotel in if we will select as our nominees for latter being a nephew of General Ken- Louisville, and upon the completion of the various offices, men who are known nedy. Both of Mr. Argo's parents his labor at that point, they will take to the voters to be suitable for the of- were deaf and dumb, becoming so up their residence in the latter city. fice sought by them, men whose views when they were about ten years of age A Letter. upon public questions are known and as the result of scarlet fever Early and approved by the people. in life Mr. W. K. Argo became an inAppalachia, Va., June, 21st 1911, The success of the party in Novem structor of the deaf and dumb, for a Dr. J. J. Pursley Lancaster, Ky., ber depends largely upon the nominees long while being connected with the Dear Sir: of the primary, held next Saturday, school in Danville Ky. His health I was at Berea College CommenceJuly first. Each of the nine voting failed and he was compelled to seek ment is you remember, I am the man places in the county will be open from another climate, he went to Colorado that was talking to you about having six o'clock A. M. to 4 o'clock P. M. where he became identified with the such a bad blood disease. I bought a Every democrat in the county can deaf and dumb schools of that state, package of your Indian Herbs and I lay aside his work long enough to go with what success the following article taken them justjiccording to directD the polls and vote in this election. will bear evidence. tions and they have cured me sound You owe this duty to your party, to "A feature of the commencement and well. yourself and to the good of your county exercises of Colorado College was the I have tried many doctors and many and state. We think it the duty of conferring of degrees on W. K. Argo, kinds of medicine and your Indian every man who enjoys the privilege of and his son, Robert G. Argo, the same Herbs is the only thing that has ever suffrage to exercise it. It is, likewise, morning. Robert Argo was a member done me any good. Its worth ten the duty of every party man to use of the graduating class and received times its weight in gold to me. I will his influence to help select the best the degree of bachelor of arts a few always recommend it to all sufferers men to lead the party and administer minutes before his father was given of blood diseases. the duties of public office. the degreee of doctor of law. Robert Yours very truly. There are a number of very worthy Argo, who graduated with honor, will J. H. Tate Appal achiaVa., men asking for nominations at the go to Harvard Law School next fall. Dr. Pursley made a statement to hands of the party in this primary. "In conferring the degree of doctor day, "to a reporter he says there is You should be more influenced in of lawson Dr. Argo, President never a day but what he gets letters your vote in this election by the qualisaid that the title was in rec- from people all over the country tellfication of the candidate for the office ognition of his great work in behalf of ing of the wonderful cures of rheumaand the principles he represents than the deaf and blind of the nation. tism, Talood diseases, kidney troubles, by the friendly relations existing be"At the High School, William C. Stomach, and- nervous diseases. tween you. Argo, a younger son, also graduated Cured by taking Pursley's Indian Nominate men who will reflect credit with high honors, receiving first prize Herbs. A 45 days treatment for $1.00 upon the them to in American .history "in a class of seven- mailed lo any address. Or call on J. the people, and who will be faithful to ty students and byTiia high average in J. Pursley Lancaster, Ky., Sole( the trust while discharging public hia nrVior ciulfoa nji'nntnoro oAVmlaraliin owner and distributor of Pursley's duty. in Chicago University," great Indian remedies. g, Herald-TelegrapSlo-cum Mr. John M. r'arra. It was not until he was solicited by a signed petition containing the names of one hundred of the leading demo crats of the county, that John M Farra permitted his friends to announce his candidacy for the democratic nomination to represent Garrard county in the a great Labor Saver. next Legislature. Altho having been a consistent demLet us show you the Doin Swinging Hay Stacker, Wolter A. Wood ocrat all his life, and supporting actively every nominee of his party since ond Dain Mowers. he became a voter, he has never thought of being a candidate for office before, though being often urged. He would not have been in this race Call and see us. but his friends thought that the nomination - was not desired by any one, and looking for a man who could fill the office with credit and ability sought Mr. Farra and induced him to be a candidate. He is sober, scrupulously 'WjMplMSlMIrlMrrlH honest, and very industrious. He is IMfMfrtfWFrMnTilMrrMirtfEfrU liberally educated, well informed on , ll public questions and is an entertaining public speaker. He is in the very prime of life, the age when men begin IS WORTH A-- TON OF TALK. to do things. While he is one of the most skillful farmers of the county, he SEE THAT YOU GET can always find time to work in any cause that means a better town and Ha.y !R.fc.:t.e C& Standard Binder Twine 8c per lb CO. J. R. MOUNT, SON une Uunce 01 batistaction M - county. He was first Lieutenant in Company L. 2nd Kentncky in the Spanish Amer ican war and was an efficient and popular officer. Mr. Farra has been a strong advocate of better roads, in fact has ueen active and public spirited in obtaining better transportation facilities for his county for many years. He is connected by blood and marriage Glen Lily Flour, and we Guarantee you that you will be SATISFIED. DEPOSIT YOUR WHEAT WITH US. with many of the most influental families of the county, which with his personal popularity makes him one of the leading candidates for the nomination. Mr. Farra knows the needs of the people of his county, and is fully qualified to push any measure to success before the General Assembly that he may espouse, If honored by election to a term in the Legislature he will reflect credit upon his county. He is a great admirer of the Hon. Ollie M. James and is anxious to go to the legislature and cast Garrard county's vote for that distinguished statesman, who will be declared the nominee of the party for United States Senator after the primary. Take Your Choice. Following is a list of candidates to be voted for at tomorrow's Democratic primary election for state and couuty offices. FOR UNITED STATES Thomas H. Paynter. Ollie M. James. FOR GOVERNOR SENATOR Garrard Milling Co. Lancaster, Kentucky. lirSJUBBarrarfiai fM!iai:gJl'fgliarrHJrrHM'):gJ THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- J. P. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, r. Safety Samual Deposit Boxes .For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. James B. McCreary. William Addams. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Edward J. McDermott. James P. Edwards. T. G. . Stuart. FOR TREASURER 99 - Thomas S. Rhea. If Women Would Bank Their Money they would spend less and save themselves " 1 3 FOR AUDITOR OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. Ruby Laffooh. Henry M. Bosworth. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. James Garnett. O. H. Pollard. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE. C. F. Crecelius. . many a worry as well. The Garrard Bank &. Trust Co., invites accounts from women whether engaged in busi ness or not. A call here will disclose many ad vantages of paying by check instead of in cash. Any of the officers will be glad to relate them. FOR SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION Barksdale hamlett. L. C. Littrell. R. R. Eubank. FOR COMMISSIONER OF AGRI- The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. M CULTURE, LABOR AND STATISTICS. J. W. Newman. B. F. Hill. G. T. Wyatt. FOR CLERK OF THE COURT OF ' APPEALS. Robert L. Greene. B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. e Citizens W National Bank KY. OF LANCASTER, I W. O. RlGNEY, I CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS $30,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. WALKER, J. Morgan Chinn. FOR MEMBER KENTUCKY LEGISLATURE FROM GARRARD COUNTY. M. Farra. O. Bogie. Ass't Cashr. JR., Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. J. S. Prompt Attention. J. J. J. A. Doty. Johnson, B. F. Hndson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. Call On The Following Mer- chants. J. E. Stormes, Druggist. R. S. Brown, General Merchandise. & Holtzclaw, Grocers. Davidson & Walker, Grocers. T. Currey, Grocery. J: N. Ross, Grocery. Ball Lancaster Colored Fair AUGUST 11th and 12th, George Moran, Pres. - party-that-presen- t3 D. T. Brummett, Grocery. And try a 10 cts cake of CREME SOAP Its more than soap.made.purely of vegetable substances. A skin food and complection beautifier. Turner & Carpenter, Grocery. 1911. James B. Williams,Sec, Lancaster, Kentucky. A i'- -i ' 3f -A v'Cy. - T&jg23namM&' . m WHY COMPLAIN WITH YOUR FEET NOW? GROVER'S Qomfort Shoes for Tender Feet. M The Joseph Mercantile Company. s DON'T BE TAKEN IN is r with the idea that all coal is alike. It isn't by a great deal. For instance our coal is clean and entirely free from stones or slate. Every lump of it means a lump of good heat. Doesn't clog up your range or furnace. Doesn't take all day to get burning either. You ought to hove some. COAL ggQA r- - i I S!2nfcrTfi jf js c Galvenized Roofing for the next 30 days at $3.10 per Square. Lancaster Lumber & Mfg Co. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. v: Si i 1 We Sell Ice AT THE Creamery AT i2c Per Pound But we run No Ice Wagon. H. V. j .. m BASTIN. WJmMj.WMftMftM) WJHPHr5Il'i:r5fM:r5fMfBJHraiMl WKmSmm AhL Cecil Brown is recuperating after several days illness. ! T. K. Watson spent Sunday in Crab I Orchard with relatives. W . H. Brown made a business trip to Broadhead this week. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Mrs. Davis Prather left Thursday Goings by Those Wt Are Interested in. for a short visit to Somerset. Miss Margaret O'Hearn is visiting Master Edward Oakes is visiting his friends in Richmond and Lexington. grandparents in Lincoln. Miss Delia Rice Hughes is visiting Miss Casey of Chicago is with Mrs. her aunt Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford. R. H. Batson and sister. Mrs. John S. Baughman of Danville Misses Sallie Estes has recovered af- is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbs. ter a case of typhoid fever. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Walker have Mrs. Parker Gregory is in Winches- taken charge of the Lancaster Hoster for a visit to Mrs. H. H. Hall. pital. Misses Sarah Hurt and Katie Davis Miss Katie Melvin of Crab Orchard were visitors in Stanford last week. is the attractive guest of Miss Hallie 0. T. Wallace of Lexington is here Brown. mingling with relatives and friends. John White of Richmond is visiting Mrs Z. T. Rice and children of Rich- his cousin J. Wade Walker near mond are guests of Mrs. Carrie David- Hyattsville. son. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts entertained d Mrs. J. B. Ely of Junction City, has the bridal party been visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Bal- Friday evening. lard. Miss Alma Rice of Richmond is the Miss Jennie Denton Young of Lex- guest of her cousins Misses Lucy and ington is with her cousin Miss Bernie Tommie Francis. Lear. Mrs. Florence Centre and little Miss Willie Wilkerson is in Stanford daughter Gladys of Danville is here visiting her cousin Miss Gertrude Wil- visiting relatives. kerson. Miss Bessie Gully is at home after a Mrs. Charley Wilson, of Bedford, pleasant visit with Mrs. Fred NeighInd., has been visiting Mrs. John bors of Louisville. Oakes. Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Rucker of RichMrs. Arthusa Curry is in Danville mond have been guests of Judge Willvisiting her daughter Mrs. Fisher D. iam Shugars and family. Gaines. Mrs. T. L. Wall and little daughter Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford is with of Ironton Ohio will arrive next week her parents Mr. and Mrs. William for a visit to Mrs. William Lear. Hughes. G. M. Patterson spent Sunday in Harvey M. Estes has returned to Crab Orchard with his wife and daughGeorgetown after a weeks visit to ter, Miss Grace Helen Patterson. homefolks. Mrs. F. M. Ware and daughter have Miss Katie Davis has returned to her returned to their home at McKinney home in Lexington after a visit to Miss after a visit to Lancaster friends. Sarah Hurt. Mrs. Nell Arnold Taylor and little Messrs R. H. Tomlinson and R. E. daughters Ruth and Louise are at home McRoberts were visitors in Richmond again after a pleasant visit to Wilmore. the past week. Mrs. Jennie. Murphy and grand Miss Annie Herndon is at home from daughter Miss Grace Beckett of Lexa stay with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hern- ington are expected soon to visit reladon of Lexington. tives. Miss Martha Swan, of Danville, is Mrs. William Blakemand and Miss the attractive guest of Mrs. J. D. Mary Frances Blakeman of Kirksville Hatcher this week. are with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brow n Mrs. Ed England and children of for a visit. Atlanta are expected soon to visit Mr. Miss Ida Potts is at home after a and Mrs. Jack Adams. winter's stay at McComb Missisippi W. R. Cook was in Hustonville for where she held a good position the the burial of his cousin Mrs. E. C. past season. Walton at Hustojiville. Mr. and Mrs. Henley V. Bastin have Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie has returned moved to the cottage on Richmond from a pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. street recently occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Coleman Gulley. W. C. Price of Danville. Gossip About People N N N Miss Bernie Lear entertained one PERFECT CONFIDENCE evening last week in honor of her charming visitor Miss Jane Denton Lancaster People Have Good Reason for Young, of Lexington. Dainty refreshComplete Reliance. ments were served and the guests thoroughly enjoyed the evening. The following wree out of town guests for the Kauffman Shackelford nuptials Mr. and M rs. John Greenleaf, Judge Jennings Greenleaf and wife Rhodes Shackelford and sister Miss Sallie Saackelford, George Goodloe, Miss Van Greenleaf and James Noel of Richmond, Mr. Love of Lexington and Samuel Lusk of Hustonville. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Elkin entertained a most enjoyable picnic party on their spacious lawn at their home in the South suburbs in honer of their cousin, Mrs, Perey Noland and children, of Seattle, Washington. The affair was one of the most completely appointed social functions of the season, at which thirty guests were assembled. A most elaborate iuncheon spread in the open enhanced the pleasure of the occasion as well as the music furnished by the guest, of honor, Mrs. Noland who still sustains her reputation as a gifted Do you know how To find quick relief from backache; To correct distressing urinary ills; To assist sick kidneys? There's one way your neighbors f -- YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, D For Sale A ten acre and good building lot. tobacco barn Tom Chnppel. For Sale. Upright piano, in good condition, price 95.00. Apply at this office. used Doan's Kidney Pills; Wanted a cook for a small family at Have proved their worth in many Lexington, Ky. Mrs. Bright Herron. tests. Phone 368 G. Here's Lancaster testimony. George Wright, Stanford St., Lan- Water Rent Due. Kauffman-Shackelfor- pianoist. RHEUMATISM Gured by the Marcel of the Century, B. B.-Tested caster, Ky., says: "I have never The city has gone to a big expense known of a better kidney remedy than in repairing the Water Works and need Doan's Kidney Pills. Last fall my money so all those who owe rent back ached a great deal and my kid- please pay me at once. neys were badly disordered, the kidney L. E. Heron, Supt. secretions being scanty and painful in passage. I fortunately had Doan's Wanted. Kidney Pills brought to my attention The address of Albert Lindbery and and getting a box at Frisbie 's Drug Ida C. his wife of County of Garrard. Store, I began their use. They relieved me promptly and in return for the State of Kentuckey 1889." Address benefit I received, I am willing that my L. B. Halleran, 63 B'way, Flushing? 2t name should be used in recommending N. Y. them. My advice to all sufferers from Automobile Tires. kidney trouble is to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial." Fine new independent make tires and B. JTARKSJlUIll'.. for 30 Years. Clate Marcee bought of Will Glass a tubes at most reasonable prices. 30x3-$12.35. 2Sx3-$11.3- 0, 28x3i-$14.0- 0 30x3$-$16.0- 0, 35x4-$20,6- 32x3i $17.20, 31x4-$21.50, 34x3J-$17,7- 5, 32x4-522.7- 5, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0. 33x4-$23.5- Aching bones, swollen joints permanently cured through the blood with pure Botanical ingredients. To prove it we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE. If you have bone prans, sciatic or shooting pains up and down the leg, aching back or shoulder blades, swollen joints or swollen muscles, difficulty in moving around so you have to use crutches; blood thin or skin pale; skin itches or burns; shifting pains; bad breath: lumbago, gout, take Botanic horse for $165. Mrs. J. Rankins has been sick for the past few days. Mrs. M. G. Aldridge has recovered from an attact of rheumatism. Mrs. Mahan went to Newcomb Tennessee to be with her mother who is quite ill. There will be morning and evening service at the church Sunday conducted by pastor Mahan. Mrs. Terry Hagin and Mrs. Frank Robinson of Richmond have been recent guests of Mrs. Mote Robinson. Messrs White Marcee and Jake Carpenter are running a huckster wagon to Lexington, they report a good trade. Mrs. John Woods and two daughter's Nancy and Lucile of Lexington have returned home after a visit to Mr. T. D. Chesnut and family. Mrs. Fannie Pollard went to Danville Thursday to be with her grandC. 34x4-$25.9- 0, 36x4-$27.5- 34x4-$30.2- 36x4J-$31.6- 0, 36x5-$35.1- Tubes about 30 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 BIdg., Dayton, Ohio. iWSSSM imuMi 5 Mrs. Ed Minor has returned to her Mrs. J. Rae Young and daughter Helen of Maysville are guests of Mr. heme in Louisville after a stay of three weeks with her sisters Misses Elizaand Mrs. W. G. Anderson. and India Johnson. Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson and son beth George Walker, have returned after a H. Clay Kauffman will leave pleasant visit to Louisville. (Saturday) for the Univercity Adolph Joseph left Sunday for a at Ann Arbor Michigan to take a visit to Peru Indiana and an outing of course in the Law Department. two weeks upon the Lakes. Mrs. Emma Greenleaf Kauffman tom-morro- w They never need repairs, never need any attention in fact except an They're Fireproof Stormproof and suitable for all kinds of buildings. For further detailed information apply to occasional coat of paint. Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, FIRST-CLAS- S MEAT Having bought a bunch of fine Young Gattle we will still be able to Ornish the Meats. trade with First-Cla-ss Davidson & Walker. Phone 181. "' J- Mr. and Mrs. Banks Hudson of Dan- mother of the recent bride Miss Louise ville were here for the Kauffman and Kauffman entertained the bridal party Miss Mary Edmiston of Modesto for a six o'clock luncheon on Friday county, Illinois is a guest of Mesdames Shackelford wedding Saturday. evening. Levie Bell and John Richardson. Mrs. James B. Kinnaird and daughter Miss Angie Cook Kinnaird are in Mrs. W. R. Cook entertained at Messrs George W. Beck of West Stanford for a visit to relatives. Miss Milton Ohio H. L. Cress of Cincinnati "500" in honor of the bride-eleKauffman. The home was and Judge William .Cress of Monti-cellMrs. A. K. Walker and little son Louise Ky., spent a week with J. M. Louis left Wednesday to visit Mr. and tastily decorated and choice refreshCress. ments served. Mrs. George Ballew of Richmond. Office Phone 31. Residence Fbone Miss Lila Reed who has been the Mesdames McKee Baum and Bigger-sta-ff A Charming Woman. of Mt. Sterling are guests at the guest of Miss Kay Jenkins has gone to LANCASTER. KY. Chicago to be with relatives for a few is one who is lovely in face, form, mind home of Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Elkin. days before returning to ner nome in and temper. But its hard for a woman Mrs. Bettie Chenault and Mrs. Judge j Angeles Cal. to be charming without health- - A J. C. Chenault of Richmond have been was hostess at an ,weak, sickly woman will be nervous Miss Sallie Elkin recent guests of Mrs. J. W. Elmore. appetising luncheon Wednesday after- and irritable. Constipation and kidney Mr. E. F. Fowler of Cumberland noon at her pretty country 'home. poisons show in pimples, blotches, skin IS THAT . Gap Tennessee was the guest Sunday "The Maples." The guests of honor eruptions and a wretched complexion. But Electric Bitters always prove a and Monday of Miss Minnie Brown. visitors. were several want health, godsend to women-whMesdames Alice Lusk and Minnie Mrs. Percy Noland and children leave beauty and friends. They regulate Robinson of Hustonville were guests and Kidneys, for INat the Kauffman Shackelford marriage. Saturday R. E. Louisville to visit Mr. Stomach, Liver strong nerves, purifjr and Mrs. Hughes before return- the blood; give bright Miss Jennie Arnold of Benton Har- ing to their Western home Seattle eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety bor Michigan is with Mr. and Mrs. Washington. Mrs Noland was the re- skin, lovely complexion and perfect Phone or call on us at The National Bank of LancastrfTKy. James A. Beazley and other relatives.; cipient of much social attention during health. Try them. 50c at R. E. Mcfor a stay, - ier visit here at her girlhood home. Roberts & Son. Blood Balm (B. B. B.) which will remove every symptom, because B. B. B. sends a rich, tingling flood of warm rich pure blood direct to the paralized nerves, bones 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 children Mr. Bud Cecil and Miss Ansent free by writing Blood Balm Co., nie T. Cecil both of whom are threat-ene- d with Typhoid fever. Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble Misses Ruth and Martha Dyehouse and free medical advice given. Sold bv F. P. Frisbie. have returned to Middlesboro after a visit to relatives of this vicinity. They also made a short stay with Mr. and PKEAUHERSY1LLB. Mrs. J. W. Swope of Danville going home. Mr. J. H. Thompson sold a cow and calf to E. C. Gaines of Lancarter for A Dreadful Wound $35. from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail, Mr. H. H. Baker, of Mount Vernon dehas been a guest of Mrs. J. J. Thomp- fireworks, or of any other nature, mands prompt treatment with Bncklen's son. Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or There will be services at Beech gangrene. Its the quickest, surest Grove church near White's Mill Sat- healer for all such wounds as also for urday and Sunday. Burns, Boils, Sores, Skin Eruptions, Mr. John L. Anderson of Washing- Eczema, Chapped Hands, Corns or ton City has been a guest of Mr. and Piles. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Mrs. J. L. Anderson. be-fo- re 1-- m Red Top Asphalt Granite Roofing Is the Best and Cheapest Satis- factory Hoofing made today. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. ASK YOUR DEALER Haselden Bros. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer ct o, . jg HELLO! C& out-of-to- o Beazley Haselden? DoTyou write Fire and Tornado SURANCE? YES. 1-- m - HENS3to9cts Monuments Roosters 4 to 4cts. Young Ducks 8 to Oc BEST MATERIAL.' Eggs, 9 to lOcts. Turkeys Sets. Coal from 0 to I3cts in yard, lc more del. -- The members of the Christian church and Sunday School will have a picnic Does it seem to you that you can't ELECTION. on the lawn of the chbrch Thursday COLUMN stand another minute of that awful, July Gth at seven o'clock. The memof all kinds and of the burning itch? The Democratic voters of Garrard bers of the church and congregation wooo$oeKocaoooooeo$e That it MUST be cooled? County are hereby notified that a. Pri- are invited to come and bring their That you MUST have relief? 1 rjpace below this bending Is for the cocclu- - mary Election will be held by order of baskets and have a good time. Get a mixture of Oil of Wintergreen, slve use of our farmer sub scribors. and is for tVp Tlpmnprntip. Coimtv Committee in Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed Thymol, and other soothing ingredients the sale of stock, grain and such things on pursuance to the resolutions adopted Odd Fellows Picnic. ., , ., n ... j .1 A representative of our Company as compounded only in D. D. D. Pre- farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver- - , tiso. No notice will be accepted over four The local lodge of Odd Fellows is Is the best teacher, so come and get will be at the Kcngarlan Hotel in Lan- scription. lines, and will be only in '.wo Issues of the Primary Election law, in the following making extensive preparation for their The very first drops STOP that aw- Record, free of chnige every county court day. caster, the best SHAVE to be had at manner picnic on the fourth of July and are ful burning instantly! First: A primary election will be expecting HENRY DUNCAN'S a large crowd. A brass 1 The first drops soothe and heal! . Nelson Marcee sold a horse to Jim held in each and every voting precinct HARRIS & WHEELER, band has been engaged and a "flying Bauiski: Shop ox Richmond Stuket. D. D. D. gives you comfort clean- Bourne price $1G5. throughout Garrard county Kentucky, to be between the hours of six o'clock A. M. dutchman" secured and there is We make a specialty of Honing Razors. KENTUCKY. ses the skin of all impurities and washNICHOLASVILLE, Mr. J. H. Thompson sold a 5 year and plenty to eat for es away pimples and blotches over and 4 o'clock P. M., standard time on entertainment all. old horse mule to Mr. Al Humes of night! Saturday July 1, 1911, under and purJust received a lot of good lime Crab Orchard for $125. Get a $1.00 or a 25 cent bottle today.' suant to the primary election law of A Thing Of Beauty." and a car load of Portland Cement Sold by all druggist. John T. Hedges has Sold to Jonas the State of Kentucky, and under and The Court House Cupola, until rewhich we will sell at a reasonable Weil, for delivery June 15,two car loads pursuant to the regulations adopted by PIjATWOOI) cently an eye sore, has been treated to price. of 1,450 pounds export cattle. The the Democratic Couuty Committee as "couple a of coats of white paint, the price was paid was 5.65 per hundred. herein set out, for the purpose of nomRed Ash Jellico Coal, best on the dials of the "town clock" have new Mr. Wm. Hammack of Ind is at his inating a Democratic Candidate for Winchester Democrat. Season 191 i. market. See us for Thrashing Coal. Royal blood and splendid individuality. father's bedside. y black faces, the hands have been representative for Garrard County Fall boars and gilts for sale. The Missouri College of Agriculture and when the work now in proGood block 12cts. in the General Assembly of KenA. J. Hammack Sr. is very sick and his family and friends are fearful that at Columbia is inoculating 4,000 hogs tucky, to be voted for at the General gress, the painting of the entire strucJ. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster. Ky. a month with cholera serum. The State Election to be held in November ture is completed, our court house will he may not recover. hogs during 1911. be a pleasure to behold. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Johnston visited college inoculated 40,000 per cent the past vear Eighty-fiv- e Second: In said Primary election, u Mr. Johnston's sister, Mrs. Virgil of these hogs were saved. BIJISNA VISTA any known Democrat who is a legal Saturday and Sunday. voter in the Precinct where he offers to Rev. A. C. Baird is now domiciled in Don't let the little pig3 hump over a JMIONK ZXhJ. Miss Florence Christopher has ma- vote, on the day thereof, or who will his new residence and his son, S. L. high trough. It gives them crooked Office over F. (J. Hurt's furniture store. legal voter in said precinct at the triculated at Richmond Normal. Baird has him a new house in the backs. A crooked pig never seems to be a regular November election 1911 shall be Lancaster, Kentucky. William Monday from near Harrods-burmake growth. Make a shallow trough course of construction. entitled to vote. has been visiting Leslie Ruble. Henry Miller is not as well the past for the little pigs and give them plenty SCewB &tStF5$5&3&l Third: The officers required to hold 000090Ceo000900000400?OOOOCO&00 week. His friends were hoping that of room. Messrs. J. B. and Leslie Ruble have said election shall be appointed by the he was convalescent but he seems to Democratic County Committee for Gar- sold their wheat to Alex Walker for For Sale or Exchange. have suffered a relapse. rard County Ky., and shall be divided 85 cents. Five room cottage, one acer ground, as nearly equally as possible as to Jud r Mrs. Alva Christopher and" children, of QUALITY. RSjBLL"'W6l' Wins Fight For Life. store house 30x16, good cisteti, out ges, clerks and Sheriffs, among the CZHMztrziXS. of Somerset, are the guests of relaI It was a long and bloody battle for building, would exchange for small farm various candidates, and where the can- tives here. and pay diffence. Call on or address didates shall furnish a list of names for was waged by James B. life that EASY AND SAFE TO USE Miss Alice Scott has returned from election officers, as they are entitled of Newark, N. J., of which he J. W. Aker, Preachersville, Ky. a pleasant visit to friends and relatives INEXPENSIVE. to do by law, the said election officers writes: "I had blood from SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. Owing to the seasonable weather renat Lexington. shall be selected from said lists, and lung hemorrhages, and was very weak dering conditions so favorable for farm Plans are being made to celebrate said lists shall be furnished by said canand rundown. For eight months I ,was VETERINARIAN. work, there was a small crowd in town childrens day at Brown's Chapel the days before didates not less than unable to work. Death seemed close was Monday and very little business Former Director Animal Indnitry Philippine on my heels, when I began three weeks the date of said primary election. The third Sunday in July. IdluniR L'nittl States Army There was only about election officers when appointed shall transacted. GH ALL LIVE STOCK. Lancaster, Ky,. Mr. John Daugherty, wife and son, Phone ago, to use Dr. King's New Discovery. twenty five cattle on the market and Office at Logan's Stable. be notified by the secretary of the of Lexington, are visiting Mrs. J. T. But it has helped me greatly. It is Telephone Z! nnil 4X1. they could not find purchasers. DANVILLE. KY DJSS?3FECTS. Christopher and other relatives. doing all that you claim." For weak, County Committee and requested to TOO MUCH LOVE sore lungs, obstinate coughs, stubborn Mr. J. W. Askins and family enterPatchen Wilkes Farm Lexington, serve. Each candidate in said primary PUI3SF5E3. colds, hoarsness, la grippe, asthma, Ky., yesterday sold to Senator J. P. election shall be entitled to a challen- tained their guests from Alabama with Too much love for fun, frolic and ger and inspector, and the same an outing to High Bridge last Thurshav fever or any throat or lung trouble McNical of Philadelgha, the irich food causes stomach, liver, kidtl has so many uses that It Is ney and nervous troubles. Other its supreme. 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle old bay filly Santos Maid, by Peter the person may act as both challenger and day. c necessity on every farm. remedies help you but DENN'S free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts Great-Patc- hen Miss Sue Higgins, of Upper Garrard, Maid 2:08i, for 6,009. inspector, and the name of such cures SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY & Son. Senator McNicol is owner of Lady challenger o r inspector shall b e who is to teach the public school at you. Our discoverer, ten years a PANGE.SCAB, Office Danville street. CURES miserable sufferer with the above Green Goods (1) 2:30, at present submitted to the said committee or this place was here last week to enRINGWORM, SCRATCHES 31t. Hebron Otlice Phone 89 Residence Phuue 9. troubles, and RHEUMATISM for favorite for $10,000 M. & M. Stake at the Chairman thereof and his ap- gage board. years, was cured in one week. To pointment certified by the said ChairDestroys All Disease Germs Wheat harvest is about over and Miss Ida Del Montgomery is quite Detroit. She recently trotted a half man, and the certiflca e prove our remedy, while they last, of the Chair- threshing has begun, Messrs Morton mile track in 2:24, quarter in 32 secxegular size bottles only 25c at sick with measles. DRIVES AWAY FLICS man of his selection shall entitle the onds. & Kennedy starting their machine last Stormes Drug Store. Since the recent rains crops are lookjj said challenger or inspector to admisjob SALS 87 week and Ruble & Dismukes this week. ing fine in this section. The yearlings at J. It. Keene's sion to said voting Precincts. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Lane were reFourth: Said primary election shall Candidates were quite numerous in Castjeton Farm will not be shipped R. E. 7 .OS-tcent visitors at Lancaster. While this locality last week. abroad to be sold at the New Market, be held in all respects as required by there they were members of the ox McRoberts & Son. Olliice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. Miss Bettie Sherrow is spending a England, Sales, as Wcis announced a law for t' e holding of primary elec tions, and a uniform ballot shall be team party which visited Mr. James I. Lancaster, SEND FOR rREE BOOKLETS R few days with Miss Olie Lemay. -- few days ago, as Major Daingerfield, -- I Kentucky. Hamilton's mountain farm. Miss Nannie Coulter, of Toddville, superintendent of the big breeding used in every precinct. The precinct was the guest of Miss Pearl Sherrow plant, received orders to that effect at ballot boxes and all returns shall be the last moment. No cause was an- made to the chairman of the Countv Sunday. Committee at the Court House in Lan nounced for the change. Miss Mollie Crawford, of Buena VisThe youngsters that were to have caster Kentucky within the time reta, spent Saturday night with her been shipped included some of the quired by law and on the next day uncle, Mr Charlie Duncan. best produced at the establishment, thereafter the County Committee shall Messrs W. N. and Earl Grow and 2?. IV. Morrow, Graduate Optician and it was said that although Mr. meet at the Court House and canvass P-wives of Loyd, were with relatives Women, when tbrealeied Glasiei fitted. Satisfaction Guanmteetl. Keene annually sold a number of year- the returns and certifiy the name of I A .j v? ?v I li here from Saturday until Sunday. N && hllHH lings, he had never before sent such a the successful candidate to the proper with a mishap, should take Captain Emino, (Captain of the Sal lot as were to have gone to Newmar- officer to be placed under the DemoCardoi and prevent the tron-bl- e down the throat of a "capey" vation Army) and family, of Jessaket. The colts were to have been cratic device of the Democratic party chicken destroys the worms mine county, spent from occurring. on the ballot at the general November last week with Mr. shipped Saturday. nnd saves the chick's life. A In your delicate condition 1911. election Molly and I agree that counterfeit few drops in the drinking vatcr Melvin Stinnett and family. They held The precinct election officers shall services at the Bourne School house it will save yon mnch pain money and substitute goods come CURES and Kentucky Fair Dates. Satuiday and Sunday evening. make returns to the Chairman of the and misery. Thousands have PREVENTS GAPES Oflice over Mlas Arnold's Millinery. from the same parents. The coin County Committee, the ballots shall be ana otner cuick tried Cardni before confineH The following are the dates fixed for white aiafflioea and the goods may very closely reWork Will Soon Start. preserved in the boxes, which shall Sft diseases. ment and have found it of holding the Kentucky Fairs for 1911 as be locked and one key kept by one semble the genuine, but behind wonderful benefit. you take Dr. King's New Life far as reported: after Bottle or One Judge and another key by another. them is neither honor or honesty. Pills, and you'll quickly enjoy their Madisonville, July 18 5 days. Judge, but in case the candidates shall fine results. Constipation and indigesYou will find no substitutes, only Henderson, July 255 days. have furnished lists from which the j tion vanish and fine appetite returns. Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Georgetown, July 255 days. the genuine of standard quality at officers have been selected, the Judges ' All Work Guaranteed. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle ol They regulate stomach, liver and bow3 days holding LANCASTER, JULY on on hand. the keys must have been taken atR. S. BROWN'S CASH STORE, this medicine Fowls." Ask for free booklet els and impart new strength and en'Diseases of days. Providence, August .from different lists. Lancaster, Ky. IMO-tf- . ergy to the whole system. Try them. days Danville, August Fifth: Any democrat who is legally Only 25c atR. E. McRoberts & Son The store that sells Cadet Stockings 3 days Berea, August qualified to hold said office, desiring to Versailles, August 3 days. become a candidate before said primary Mrs. Fannie Nichols, ol Lexington, August 6 days. election, and to have his name printed Uniontown, August 5 days. Mexico, Mo., writes: "Last on the ballot for said election, shall on Taylorsville, August 8 4 days year I was threatened with or before 12 o clock midnight of June days Elizabethtown, August MID-SUMME- R 15 1911, deposit with the Chairman or a mishap and Wine of Cardni Offiice over Logan's store. Vanceburg, August 4 days. Secretary of said Committee the sum helped me more than any Residence Phone 75. Lawrenceburg, August 15-- 4 days. Office Plione C. of seventy five dollars for the purpose other medicine. Now I have Leitchfield, August 15-- 4 days. of defraying the expense of said primaa fine healthy boy. I think Burkesville, August 15-- 4 days. Call and see us for a good ry election, and such deposit shall conBroadhead, August 16-- 3 days. Cardui the finest medicine I stitute notice to the Committee of the Cut Clean Shave. Fern Creek, August 16-- 4 days. desire of such candidate to have his know of for female troubles, Columbia, August 224 days name printed on said ballot for said The Only Two White Barters Towh. and I wish all suffering woShepherdsville, August 22-- 4 days. election. In the event there is a surmen would try it." London, August 22-- 4 days, See the tall sign, JJorth side of plus remaining from the amounts so Get Cardui. Hardinsburg, August 223 days deposited, it shall be returned to the Public Square. Shelbyville, August 224 days Sold everywhere. said candidates, and in the event there M. Liberty, August 23-- 3 days E41 is a deficit, said candidates in said priAnd All Way Stations. Regular Train 5:15 a. m. Erlanger, August 23-- days. mary shall be assessed pro rata to Germantown, August 24-- 3 days. make up said deficit. Nicholasville, August 29-- 3 days. Sixth: In the event no more than This Hotel only Frankfort, August 29-- 4 days one candidate shall have qualified as Fulton, August 29-- days Cave. One herein set out and made said deposit of to a dance. LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. Barboursville, August 30-- 3 days Seventy five dollars within the time Franklin, August 31-- 3 days Will Practice in all State Courts and required, then the said Committee Outing. L. & N. Ticket Agent. A Grand Three-Day- s Somerset, August 30-- 3 days. warnine unuersignea Hereby give shall meet and declare such candidate U. S. District Court. Bardstown, August 30-- 4 days. to be the nominee of the Democratic ing to all persons not to transpass upon Office over Police Court. Phone 194. M Paris, September 5 days. party for said office, and the amount our lands for any purpose whatever as Monticello, September 4 days. so paid shall' be returned to him. The we will prosecute all offenders to ful Alexander, September 5 days. order on the ballot in which the names lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Mount Olivet, September 4 days. of the candidates shall be printed shall Fishermen especially take notice. Hogdenville, September 5- - 3 days. Sqnire R Parsons be determined by lot, in the presence Jno M Farra Kentucky State Fair, Louisville, of the candidate, at the time of such W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price tember 11-- 6 days. V A Price OWNER-St-op! drawing of which time and place each E F Herring Cleaning and Pressing La- Horse Cave, September 20-- 4 days. S L Rich W S Embry of such candidates shall be given Morgantown, September 21-- 3 days Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin reasonable notice to be present. dies and ATen's Garments. Falmouth, September 27-- 4 days. Dave Thompson J "W Sweeney Seventh: It is ordered that notice of 27-- 4 Glasgow, September Z T Rice days Jas Sutton Phone 340. Public "Square. Second said primary election be posted and adMayfield, September 27-- 4 days Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels vertised as required by law. hand clothes sold on commission. Paducah, October 4 days D B Anderson H C Arnold By order of the Democratic County W G Anderson, H C Hamilton,, W. VLgr. Committee for Garrard County KenG Y Conn L H Brown tucky, this the 20th day of May 1911. T W Conn J G Conn Office Ilonrs Office over JAMES CLARK, Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. a ft.ra to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes Drug J G Clark Store Dr. W Burnett D. C. C. Mrs Maggie Boulden Chairman Pro-teStands for everything that is best in paint. . C G Gay W K Leavell E. B. Ray, Sec'ty. E Dunn John Boian The pigments used are properly proportioned A Copy Attest: E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath: DENTIST. and thoroughly compounded. E. B. Ray. Sec'ty Dem., Co., Com. Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan Is Your Skin on Fire. 4 000000OOOOOOOOt00009i0 I NOTICE OF DEMOCRATIC PPJMARY FARMER'S r OOOOft60OOOOOfI I 669oO069ooeoeio0ooi w EXPERIENCE to-w- it: Oakdale Herd of Jersey Buli eonriofnrpn Durocs Hemy Simpson 8842 Ken-tnck- ed J. W. SWEENEY. H. B. NQRTHCOTT, J. T1NSLEY. Gas-tinea- DEPOT STREET. Countj? Surveyor. mMmmM. i- I g, tt?&i:ir&&irtfX&'A ;--a7 Don't Repaper this season. Have your uui Mowers Paper Cleaned. Mer-sho- n, LWare McRoberts. lost-muc- Henry I. Casey, d. v. s. J. J. 3-1- Faulkner. Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, Physican and Surgeon two-yea- r- 1-- m Dr. R. L Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. ggjiiilp ONE ' t Trouble DfiOP BETSY'S POINTERS M. K, Denny, DENTIST BEB aoKBanaaanHB 50c BourbonPouItry Cure J. R. Mount, Son &Co !Mr0Mmmw H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. 1-- m 3-- 33 2-7-8-- 15 Take Paint Lick, Kentucky. E:xxs.ii( DR. Wm. BURNETT VACATION TO 94 Phvsican and Surgeon. 9-- Mamm 15.65 J? $5 JLali Hair and ROUND TRIP FROM Lancaster, TUESDAY k 4 HOUSE. All Expenses at $6.50. the several routes in the includes your board and admission evening for promenade or fe Write or Phone m p 5 POSTED J. E. Robinson, &mmrwMM$ fe 5-- 5-- 5-- 5-- J Lancaster MR. PROPERTY Consider! Why not use the feest possible when YOU pay the bill? Dry Cleaning Co 3-- Hanna's Green Seal STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE h. Faulkner, Fruit and Shade Trees m "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT b Made to Wear" FOR SALE BY 1. Strawberry Plants, Asparagus, Blacker- ries. Raspberries, B. Bastin, Roses, Rhubarb, Etc. Clinton No Agts. - B. F. "Wolter. i J. W. Simpson Mr. Merchant. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. I have just opened up a nejr, clean Write for free Catalogue. Photographer. Kodak, finishing. .Bromide Enlarge- Office. CONN BROTH "ERS. 3"7vtt I H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. 'ments. Studio at Telephone July 1st will soon be here. You will want to collect your outstanding accounts. Have you got the necessary stationery, letter heads, bill heads, envelopes etc? Look upyour'stock arid send us your orders. The Central Record. Barber Shop on Lexington street nextto the post office and will be glad to haVe my' friends to call andsee. me. Clean Tools, Sharp RazorsClose Attention JOHN DUNCAN. '!; V-- 5 .- -. A l .