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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 18, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911081801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 18, 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. in THE. CENTBAi; RECORD 'PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED V.EM0CRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. rTWENTV SECOND YEAR. 1 1 r LANCASTER. KY.f FRIDAY, AUGUST 18, 1911 - NUMBER 19. V&g&F Recleaned Seed Rye and Seed Wheat Hudson & Hughes. for sale. Holding Their Annual Wrangle. Just about this lime every year a re- HEATING AND t PLUMBING. We use the pest ma- 8 terial the market affords. Let us make you an estimate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. 4A Bible study 9.30 a m preaching 11 mark comes from either the press at a m next Sunday at Methodist church Danville or Somerset anent the moving of the Q. & C. division precipitates an Lancaster. argument which waxes exceedingly Union Services hi Park next Sunday warm and usually vinda up. in a draw. evening 7.45 p m, weather permitting, This year Louis Landram and Cecil Wilotherwise, at Presbyterian church. liams are conducting the hostilities and printing long articles in regard to Communion Services at the Pres- are the matter. We have no idea what byterian Church on the 4th Snnday in outcome of the August. All members are requested will be the ultimate matter, but at present Danville seems to be present. to have the best of it as they "have ' Mercer and Boyle counties sent dele- the goods." gates to Louisville instructed for the B. F. Pulton's Sale. county unit bill while Lincoln and Gar- Mr. B. F. Pa(ton who lives near rard went uninstructed. Bryantsville is advertising a sale of Judge E. C. O'Rear, republican can- his farm and stock on Wednesday Augdidate for Governor of Kentucky ust 23rd. The land to be sold consists his campaign in a speech at Eliza- - of 477 acres and is in two tracts, and j bethtown Monday after-noo- n and tried is susceptible cf division into several mighty hard to make right the state- smaller fBrms, each with dwellings ment he made regarding Senator Brad- and suitable outbuildings, and is one of ley's election to the U. S. Senate, by the most desirable and best located saying that he considered every man pieces of propertv. in the county. The innocent until proven guilty and stated stock consists of sheep, cattle, horses that democrats had elected the Sena and mules, both f"ncy and work stock tor. Now don t you think that this m and a nice lot of ponies. The sale has its self is pretty strong evidence? been extensively advertised and a large crowd will be in itttendence. Milk High and Scarce. Necro Cut At Paris and Winchester because of I Annual dues for Benevolent work of the Methodist church are now due from each member according to church law. Funds are payable to Mr. John Mount Treasurer. A list is published annually of all contributors in the local church directory. Ninety per cent of membership were contributive last year. Brother Tinder Busy Bro. Tinder has just concluded a very successful meeting at Kirksville during which he had thirteen additions to the church. He will fill his regular pulpit here on next Sunday, and on Monday will go to Flatwoods in Madison county for a two weeks meeting. Bro. Tinder is an earnest and a very successfu laborer in the Master's vineyard and his services are in constant demand. Drought Broken. jmzQSi) Plumbing Equipment For Every Requirement. Is your present plumbing equipment exactly suited to the needs of your household, and is it as sanitary and efficient as it should be? If not, it would be to your profit to have us install Standard" guaranteed fixtures. This line of sanitary TX ware is made in such a wide range of sizes and C designs that we can supply fixtures to suit - r-L the most the continued dry weather the burning up of the grass and scarcity of provender, and the consequent falling ofF of the milk production, milk is selling at thirty cents per gallon. Mule Colt Sold. I On last Thursday night Fred Emer- . Farmers Outlook says: "A Pennsylvania man was here and bought a car load of horses and suckling mule colts. The mules brought fram $50 to $80. He did not buy any choice' mules from the fact that he would not pay the price. Farmers are asking 'from $100 to $125 for the best iriule colt." The son and Sam Davis, two colored citizens of the "chute" sat up until the wee sma hours discussing the fair to be held the following day, they were reviving their occasionally drooping spirits with an occasional drink when they became involved in an argument during the progress ef which Davis drew his knife and proceeded to work on 'Pottsy" as Emerson is known. The cut negro is in a dangerous condition, and his assailant surrendered to the officers. and is in jail. Be Careful Of The Water. The drought has been partially brok- en rain has fallen throughout the coun ty, not in abundance, but in sufficient quantities to revive the vegetation, and consequently the drooping spirits of the farmers. In the Nina neighborhood, where the drought has been most pronounced, there was a splendid rain Monday afternoon. The greatest cry now is for stock water, and so scarece has it become, that coupled with the prospective high price of feed, farmers are rushing their stock to market. Another New Automobile. have guaranteed Would you like to X : plumbing to know in advance that your plumbing would be dependable? Let us give you an estimate on "O installing 'tat?datHT ware. Mr. W. A. Arnold is the latest Lancaster man fb purchase an automobile. Since his recent sale of his livery stable he has felt the need of some kind of a conveyance and on last Friday to his friends, he went to Cincinnati and returned on Saturday night in a new Ford machine. We have never heard of an automobile doing hurdle jumping and we are at a loss to know how Mr. Arnold is going to use it unbe-knowi- HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE. ng in his fox chases. Laundry Again In Operation. -- CONN BETA ! 1 PJ Htno n 8DB ESfe 4Mk Lancaster, Ky--. t&em&t& WT R. H. SWAFFIELD OF THE Surrounding towns are cutting ofT the water supp'y and hoarding what little water they have left in their reservoirs to be used in case of fire. This step has never been rendered necessary in Lancaster, but unless we are a little more careful than we have been heretofore, it may become a necessity before we have sufficient rain to put more water in the lake. Be as careful as you possibly can with the water, use no. more than is absoGood Time To work Roads. lutely necessary, and let us if possible It strikes us that the present is a avoid the curtailing of the water splendid time to work the county roads. privileges. $. 5tii;ng muclf caiHm done on the farm j just at this time, and this is the most Herald Office Burned. propitious time of the year to work roads At 5:30 dB'clock Friday morning ' the . they will then settle and be in better splendidly equipped printing plant of condition to withstand the wet weather the Louisville Herald, located at 413 and the heavy hauling incident to the West market street Louisville was rej early fall and winter months. duced to a mass of ruins by fire. The heavy machinery in the typographical and stereotyping department located on one of the upper floors crashed clear S3 through to the basement, destroying everything in its path, lineotypes, presses, in fact everything save their records were destroyed. It is thought that their loss will be fully covered by insurance. It has not been fully determinated just how and where the fire originated. The Herald never missed a publication because of their calamity, their papers being issued from the printing plant of the Evening Post. oc-cur- $25,000 Son's Death. O. P. Stone, as administrator of Ray mond Edward Stone, filed suit in the Fayette Circuit Court, Tuesday, against the Lexington Railway Company for damages in the sum of $25,000 for the death of Raymond E. Stone which on May 20, 1911, at Limestone and High street, Lexington, after he had been struck by a car. Sues For j Mr. W. A. Arnold has secured the services of a practical and efficient laundryman from Chicago and will set the Lancaster Steam Laundry in operation. This industry has had a stormy career, bad luck seems to have followed it since it first started. But perseverence conquers all things and we sincerely hope that Mr. Arnold will make a success of it this time. The laundry does splendid work, it is a home institution, operated by home capital and home people and deserves the patronage of home people, ana they should lend their efforts in trying to make of it a success. Could Be Worse. 'WTK'T SON ' M. .afi Uh. We have all the different styles direct from the A S &r" f There is nothing so bad but what it might be worse, is a true saying. We think that we are suffering for rain, or have been, and we have, but our condition is nothing compared with the condition in other counties', even so close as Clark and Bourbon In these counties vegetation is literally burned up, corn tasseled out two feet from the ground with not a shoot showing from it, this corn will make absolutely nothing. Tobacco is equally as bad off, not larger than a saucer and as yellow as a pumpkin. The situation is indeed Garrard county crops, with the exception probably of one or two small areas in the north eastern part of the county has been blessed, not with but with some rain and the crops are looking reasonable well. There will be a good corn crop if we can have a few more showers, and some corn even if we should have no more rain for some time. Tobacco is "spotted in some places, but the crop taken as a whole, is looking reasonably well; and it must be remembered that tobacco is but a weed and revives in a wonderful short time under the in fluence of a good rain. We had a splendid wheat crop, almost the best ever known in fact hay and oats excepted, we have had splendid crops and the farmer is destined we think to receive good prices for his products this fall. 4rvV STETSON FACTORY PRICES Soft felts will be more popular than Of ever this Fall. course you want the right shape and 3 $4.00 AND Large Land Deal In Hedgeville Vicinity. GLOBE TAILORING CO. of Cincinnati will be with me Friday ang Saturday, ftug., - 18-1- 9 with- a full line of Fall Suitings and Over- - coatings. B If you are in need of a Suit or Overcoat we would be pleased to show you through our extensive lines of Suits and Overcoats made to your measure from $20.00 to $60.00. I XT I JUi ?rmM T. LOGAN. Lancaster, Kentucky. f -! r '. ' - P- v?: -- m -- ? ;. ""' -- Mr. John Spoonamore who owns the old Hutchings homestead at Hedgeville has sold that splendidly located farm to a Mr. McBeath of Wayne county for $22,000. The farm contains 185 acres and is one of the best situated and best improved farms in the east end of Boyle county. Mr. Sidney Dunbar who lives midway between Hedgeville and Hubble has sold his farm to another Mr. McBeath from Wayne county. The price on this property is not obtainable as as there was othex considerations beside monetary connected with the deal, which renders it hard to estimate the price. Mr. Dunbar has many friends in Garrard county who will be To the People of Garrard Co. glad to know that he will continue to make his home at the old place, having I feel it my duty as a health officer reserved a room in the house for life of Garrard Co, to say something to you in regard to this disease "Pellagra". Crab Orchard. On the 9th. of this month I visited the Many have been the faces of Lan- Lt'xington Asylum in company with the caster people seen at the famous old board of control where I examined Crab Orchard Springs this season. same twenty five patients who are sufTis a grand place to spend a week or fering with this disease. so and to meet with pleasant, people Alter making a careful examination from all over the state of Kentucky of these cases and getting the clinical and many from other parts. We have history of each case, and consulting the seen as many as thirty people from Doctors who have been treating this this town there at the same time. disease for two years or more, I came The place has been repaired and is in to this conclusion; that Pellagra is a better condition than it has been for non contagious disease, nor do I bemany years and Mr. and Mrs. Willis lieve it to be an infectious disease, and are liked by all the people who visit I wish to add that the state board has the place. There never was a visitor also decided that this disease is not conthere that does not now hold in their tagious. I believe that "Pellagra" is a heart a tender place for Pa and Ma condition, resulting from a diseased Willis and the fact that they try so nervous system, aggravated by improphard to make each and every one en- er diet rather than a disease, the nerjoy themselves adds to their popularity. vous system or an Imbecile. In all the cases that I examined at We think that this popular place is sure to grow for the visitors have had the Lexington Asylum I only found one a grand time this, year, and when an- that looked to be fairly well nourished, other summer shall have rolled around and he was a perfect blank. I believe people of sound mind and we will find the old place in better Condition' to take care of the pretty body and who live within the purview summer girls as well as the fashion- of the laws of health are immuned able old maid and the dashing young against this disease. Now to ward off, vidow. At present the place is crowd- not only this disease, but all contagious ed and people from Lancaster are diseases we must live a pure clean life. Keep your premises clean and sanistill going there for a nice pleasan rest and for the gdort water for which tary, eat pure food or none. Respect'y Crab Orchard springs is noted all over, :" the world. J. M. Acton M D. siare then buy a , Stetson! $5.00 The House of Quality 7 Jas. W. Smith. xxoxxxxcx X 0000000000X l X ! J'-'-l a f$m JLj I - In order to cut down my large stock of Bips, Harness & Wapns you can get some low down prices, for a short time. .W. J. Romans J - &? .!&- lS.-i.-1- IH - SZSui s$.v,V?i '- . -- .JV- .'Si: The Central Record I r !" fcT i F' I. f! M ft ! Sec. 4 On State Issues, Kentucky resort to strategem, andt hen we shall have to stand upon it, the issues incorporated. therein are their issues, many is, and of right ought to be, a Demosee how much easier it is to disinfect $1.00 a year. the privy or' manure pile than it is to of them suggested and warmly advo- cratic State, and thoDemocratic party Issued Weekly. chase out andkill a .sextillion of flies, cated by them, and these issues have in appealing for the- support of the GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. the offsnrine of the privy and stable, had placed upon them the stamp of ap- - electorate of the State eagerly invites And that is not all. We shall find ahtAproval of the rank and hie of the demo. an intelligent comparison of the recarbolic acid cracv of Kentucky. 'there was a cords it has made with those made by Eutercl at the Pot Office tn Lancaster, Ky. Ho oinriffo of limp, Mall Matter. as Second-Clasand a few gallons of kerosene cheaper friendly dissension of opinion among its political adversary during the temthan two months of Typhoid with its the delegates as to some of the planks porary occasion it has controlled the Association consequent disturbance of the house- in the platform, but their differeuces affairs of the State. Member Kentucky Press and hold, its doctors' bills, and its possible were harmoniously adjusted, and all is As against the Republican record in now serene within the democratic ranks Kentucky of assassination, bloodshed funeral expenses. Eighth District Publishers League. We must screen against them, of and the march has begun that will ter- and disregard of law? we present the course, as long as a single fly remains, minate in November with McCreary Democratic picture'of peace, scrupuLancaster, Ky., August 18, 1911. and we may continue the swatting pro- and victory. lous regard for human life and a strict cess, but the victory is to be won in observance 01 and respect tor law; as of Banking, providing for competent Rates For Political Announcements backyard and stable in the removal of It will be sad news to the readers of against an empty treasury and rejec- inspection of all of our State financial the Lexington Herald to learn that tion and shaving of honest demands institutions and similar to the system $ 5.00 filth or in disinfecting it. For Precinct and City Offices Col. W. P. Walton will no longer be against "No flies, no Typhoid." Yes, and the State, we present a picture now existing for national banks. 10.00 For County Offices connected with that good paper. He of a magnificent State Capitol erected Sec. 17 We favor the enactment of For State and District Offices.... 15.00 there is something more no filth, no leaves the newspaper business in favor such wise laws as will put into effect After 10 flies, or, no filth, no Typhoid. and paid for without any extra tax, For Calls, per line business. Col. Wal- and every just claim against the State all sections and provisions o"fthe State 10 all it isn't the flies we are fighting it of the insurance For Cards, per line is the filth. The flies do not produce ton is a good writer and has many promptly met and paid in futl; as Constitution, and we declare that we For all publications in the interthe disease germs. They only carry friends among the Newspaper men of against platform pledges and promises are in favor of the enforcement of all est of individuals or expresthem. But in. getting rid of the filth the state. broken and made to be broken, we pre- laws. sion of individual views, per Sec. 18 We favor the enactment of we make way with both germs and sent a record of all pledges and promline .JP At Coatesville Pa. Zachariah Walker ises faithfully kept; as against hypo- wiselaws for the protection from acci- Jno. Deere Sulkey Plow. Call and let us show you its good features. 05 flies. We prevent disease, we rob Obituaries, per line on death of it,s victims, we prolong life. Ex a negro was carried from a hospital crisy demagogy and incompetency we dent and injury of all laborers engaged Jno. Deere Steel, Oliver and Syracuse Walking Plows. See our line of a cot and burned to a crisp by a mob present a record of sincerity, fidelity, in hazardous employments, and we Democratic Ticket. stoves before buying. of men and boys. The negro had shot competency and statesmanship. favor a wise conservative law regulat"Pellagra." and killed a night watchman at the ing the arbitration of labor strikes and For Governor James B. McCreary. We denounce the action of the So much has been said and written Worth Iron works and when about to disputes. Governor for his partisan and For Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott about this mysterious disease of late be captured he used the last load in his Sec. 19 We favor a law prohibiting For Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. has become as much dreaded as mouth for which he was sent to the unjust action in pardoning the men peonage and female alave traffic regar-les- s that it indicted for participation in the assof color. For Auditor Public Accounts Henry the Bubonic Plague or the Asiatic hospital. assination of William Gobel, the GovMrrnfMrrMrRilPr5MrraJrg. Cholera. So many reports have been prin fti. Bosworth. Sec. 20 We are opposed to all mobs ernor of our State, and we assert that and lynchings and we are in favor of On Sunday afternoon the New York For Secretary of State C. F. Crece- - ted in regard to it, some of them Chicago flyer on the Pennsylvania R. R those pardons were granted for politi- imposing the severest penalty possible, doubtless being grossly exaggerated, lius. was "side swiped" at Ft. Wayne Ind, cal reasons, and not upon the merits under our Constitution on all officers Board of Control of 'For Attorney General James Garnett that The State Charitable Institutions has deemed it by two freight engines after it had of the cases. who fail to protest prisoners intrusted IS WORTH A TON OF TALK. For State Superintendent of Schools We charge the Republican party t6 their keeping. proper tcTissue the following state- first left the track while running at Barksdale Hamlett. the rate of fifty miles per hour. Two both in the State and in the nation ment in regard to it, and the prevalSec. 21 The Democratic party has SEE THAT YOU GET For Commissioner Agriculture J W. ence of it in the Institutions of the persons were killed, two are missing with gross extravagance and willful always been the party of religious as and over thirty injured. waste in the expenditure of the peoples well as civil liberty in Kentucky and in Newman. state. money, and we pledge ourselves to re the republic. It refers with pride to R. L. view of .the fact that many ex"In For Clerk Court of Appeals Most of the Country Unit men did trenchment and reform, and to an noble and consistent record on this imaggerated and sensational reports Greene. not attend the convention at the court economical business administration of portant question, so "dear to every For Railroad Commissioner W. F. relative to the presence of pellagra in house last Saturday, however the other public affairs. the asylums for the insane of the State true American heart." We are in full Klair. crowd was there in full force and sent have been circulated, causing great Soc. 5 We are in favor of a direct accord, both in letter and in spirit, For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. to relatives of the patients, an uninstructed delegation to nrimarv election law. providing that with the teachings of Thomas JefferFor Representative John M. Farra uneasiness and we Guarantee you that you will be all primary election shall be conducted son, the founder of our party, on this the Board of Control feels called upon from Garrard Co. to make a few statements concerning under lawful authority and at public question and with the provision of our SATISFIED. DEMOCRATIC PLATFOTM. expense, and to be regulated in the State and Federal Constitutions, and the disease and its presence in the ANNOUNCEMENTS asylums. DEPOSIT YOUR WHEAT WITH US. same manner and subiect to the same we are unalterably opposed to raising "The disease, while comparatively Upon Which James B. McCreaey Will Be penalties for violations, as in case of any religious test as a qualification for For County Judge. holding any office in the State or nation new in this country, has existed abroad regular elections. Elected Governor Of Kentucky In Sec. 22 We favor the nomination 200 yearsv Nothing is deSec. 6 We favor the enactment of We are authorized to announce Clay- for nearly and election of United States Senators finitely known as to the orgin or cause, Next November. an explict and effective corrupt practon A. Arnold as a candidate for Countice act, which shall determine what by direct vote of the people. ty Judge of Garrard County subject to and its treatment to this time has been Sec. 23 We denounce and are opposThe Democratic Platform Convention campaign expenses shall be legitmate, more or less experimental or expectant. the action of the democratic party. n power in Medical authorities are agree'd that met in Louisville on Tuesday and was and which shall provide for the com- ed to Cannonism or Lancaster, Kentucky. We are authorized to announce the disease is not communicable, and composed of representative men from pulsory publication in detail, under all representative assemblies, whether James A. Beazley as a candidate for that segregating or quarantining is every county in the state, who were heavy penalties, of the campaign ex- it be in the Congress or in representaEfi JreMltlM; lUlTreJ m rmllreu m We favor the rule County Judge of Garrard county, sub therefore unnecessary. It is far more sent there because of their peculiar penses of every candidate for public tive conventions. of the people." ject to the action of the Democratic prevalent among the insane and in asy- fitness for the work expected and de office. party. Sec. 21 On the platform of princilums for the insane, yet since it first sired of them. That the platform is a Sec. 7 We favor the enacting of ples and on the aims and purpose of appeared in our asylums, more than splendid one, and one upon which the such additional laws as will make our For Sheriff. two years ago, we have had only seven- candidates will undoubtedly ride to entire common school system more our party in the State and in the Nation we appeal to all Kentuckians, irrespec success in November, no one doubts. efficient and more practical. We are authorized to announce C. A. ty cases among our 4,000 patients. tive of previou political affiliations, who "There is, in the opinion of this The convention decided to retain in the Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of We pledge our support to our school are proud of the past and desire a still no cause for great alarm or ap- platform the plank advocating the ex- system and Garrard County, subject to the action Board the educational institutions prehension on the part of friends and tension of the County Unit Bill by a of the state, wisely and economically more prosperous, more progres s i v e of the Democratic party. and future, for all our people, We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection relatives of the patients in the asy- voth of 637 in favor of the plank administered. Money appropriated present to support our magnificent State ticket We are authorized to announce lums. They are receiving the very against 514 vs it, a majority of 153 in Flour, Raymond City Coal, all coal, no clinkers for the education ofUhe people is an Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff best of care, by capable physicians and favor of the1 plank. The advocates of investment and not an expense; school including our nominee for the United Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood of Garrard county, subject to the ac- trained nurses, and nothing is being the extension of the law were led by tru tees, school boards and all school States Senatorship, and our nominee General Assembly and for other tion of the democratic party. J. C. W. Beckham, while officials should be held rigid responsi- for Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. left undone that will add to their comfort or aid in their restoration to those against it were generaled by ble for adequate returns on every offices. We are authorized to announce W. In conclusion Sec. 25 Conclusion. Hon. Henry Watterson of the Courier dollar so invested. We charge the health." L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard we call the attention of Kentucky to speeches This statement should suffice to re- Journal. Masterful were Republican p"arty with neglect of and county, subject to the action of the lieve the minds of those who may have made both for and against this plank, indifference toward our school system. the fact that Democratic principle" are democratic party. triumphant in tne nation and in almost 1 friends or relatives in these institu- but the vote showed the above result, Recognizing that a large majority of every State and that the Republican tions, and to banish any anxiety they to which the antis submitted graceCAMP NELSON, KY. For Assessor. of our common schools Dartv evervwhere is professing to a- may have had in regard to them. It fully. We herewith print tne platform the teachers are women and that women are now dopt Democratic principles in its plat We want 50 tons of Timothy Hay. We are prepared to clean We are authorized to announce Dave seems to us that if a person should be- as adopted in full:- eligible to be elected school trustees, form, but we warn them that the ReSeed Wheat at 5c per bushel. Clean it the same day you bring it. C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor come afflicted with this disease, it Section 1 On National Issue. We find to publican's of this State have placed in of Garrard county subject to the ac- would be far better to allow them to the Democrats of Kentucky, in dele- - county school superintendent, hold office, and are frequently to elect- their platforms some progressive Demstay in the institution where they may gate convention duly assembled and tion of the democratic party. ed, we favor the extension to women ocratic doctrines, not with a view to have the benefit of the professional held in the city of Louisville, Kentucky school elections, sub- carry them out or to attempt to carry We are authorized to announce Mr. men who are acquainted with the ma- on August 15, 1911, do hereby pledge of suffrage in all B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomito such wise regulations as the them out in good faith, in the improbE. lady and its treatment, and therefore anew our faith in and devotion to the ject & General Assembly may determine. nation of Assessor of Garrard County, betier qualified to treat it, rather than able event of their success at the polls d and eternal principles of subject to the action of the democratic to bring them to their home to be our party Sec. 8 We favor such laws as will, next November, but only for the presfirst promulgated in the Decparty. under appropriate penalties, destroy ent purpose of catching votes and deplaced under the care of their family laration of Independence and since to influence ceiving the people so that they may We are authorized to announce J. B. physican, who in most cases, would be reaffirmed in successive platforms of all corrupt lobbying seeking any legislative body in the Common- get the office and employments thereof. m AND Collier as a candidate for the nomina- wholly unfamiliar with, and naturally the party, and we especially reaffirm subject of legislation or The broken promises of the present Retion for assessor of Garrard county, at a loss as to how to treat it. our faith in and devotion to the nat- wealth on the election of officers by it, or in any publican State and National Adminissubject to the action of the democratic ional Democratic platform adopted at the other matter; but we recognize the trations as well as the entire history of party. Denver, Colorado, in the year 1908. Sacrificed To The "Pot Hunter." constitutional right of the people to Sec. 2 We denounce the Repub- petition and to be impartially heard on the Republican party is sufficient to We are authorized to announce W. The dove season has opened, a joke citizens of the convince all L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- isn't it, a dove season and no doves. lican party and the present Republican all questions. insincerity of the Repnblican party, flagrant and willful or of Garrard county subject to the Where are they you say? Why, gone President for their Sec. 9 We favor, under wise and and that it is not the party of the be trayal of the trust reposed in them action of the Democratic party. the way of all other game in Kentucky, by the American people aud call at- proper restrictions, the creation 01 a people; while on the other hand, the having record and history of the Democratic a sacrifice to the pot hunter. There tention especially to the fact that they State Utilities Commission, For Magistrate. was a time, and it was not so very have willfully disregarded their pre ample powers to discharge its duties. party in the nation and the State conSec. 10 We favor a chane in the clusively establish its devotion to duty We. are authorized to announce long ago either, when the hemp fields election promises to the effect that of Garraed and surrounding counties they would revise downward the un- present method of selecting the Prison and its purpose in good faith to redeem John N. White as a candidate for State,, and the all platform pledges made to the people Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- were literally alive with doves, and just tariff system and would relieve Commissioners of the removal of all politics from the manage J. C. W. BECKHAM, rard county, subject to the action of now, why you may sit all afternoon irf the masses of the people of the heavy the shade of a hemp shock or a tree burdens of unjust and unnecessary ement of our penal institutions. While partyl the democratic H. A. SOMMERS, commending the present Board of Prisand not see one dove. Why is this taxation. DENNY P. SMITH First district; on Commissioners for its successful will you ask. The reason is that when On the contrary the Republicans en- management of the institution under Dangerous Foes. Our Most S. W. HAGER. Second district; they were plentiful, hunters would go h odious tariff which they are elected, is unwise and out in bands and vie with each other acted tne BEN T. PERKINS, Third district; The flies are getting in their work. 1909, pronounced by Mr. Taft we therefore favor such a change as as to the number they would kill; they law of The scores are nearly all on their side. W. C. MONTGOMERY Fourth dis. to be "the best Republican tariff law will place their appointments iff the OF LANCASTER. Day after day and hour after hour adds would go from county to county, and J. A. SULLIVAN, Fighth district ever passed." which law was a gross hands of the Governor, subject to condead from Typhoid, from field to field, wherever they could to the roll of the breach of the Republican President M. F. CONLEY, Ninth district; Diarrhoea and the so called Summer hear of doves, and would not cease and his political party. This tariff law firmation by the Senate or some other Capital JNO. C. C. MAYO, Tenth district; method such as the General Assembly Complaint all unnecessarily dead and their slaughter until the last sign of a to enrich the few, increased may provide. in order S. B. DISHMAN, Eleventh district; A. R DENNY, President. the season for these.diseases had just dove was either killed or driven from the burdens of the many, and authorizSec, 11 We favor a law requiring begun. What shallthe full record be? the locality. Do you wonder then that J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. For Sale A pair of No. 1 yearling ed those fayored few not only to con- that a uniform system of accounting Whose house is secure against these we have a dove season without doves. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. to increase, their robbery of be installed and conducted in all public mare mules. Wm. Royston. Just so long as men, we will not say tinue, but under the forms of law. scourges? r. the many R. T. Embry, Cashier. collection and offices charged with the J. F. Robinson, Ass't On new L & N time table which will There were reported to the State sportsmen, continue to kill more game Sec. 3 We point with pride to, and disbursement of public moneys. Board of health last year 18,387 cases than they can use, or more than is take effect Sunday, August 20th, train heartily indorse the patriotic record Sec. 12 We favor the General Ass- No 39 will be due to leave Cincinnati at 18,240 sufficient for the need's of their own and 1,818 deaths from Typhoid, Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. made by the present Democratic mem- embly submitting to a vote of the 2:45 p m daily except Sunday instead cases and 1,642 deaths from Diarrhoeall family, and catch more fish than they bers of Congress and Democratic Sena they desire to of at 2:55 p m as at present. diseases of infancy and childhood and can make use of in their own house- tors, in their efforts over determined people whether or not WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. adopt an amendment of our State Con just so long will Kentucky 17,624 cases and 840 deaths from Dy- hold, good faith stitution broadening the powers of the opposition to, in Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Kirby Family With Sangers Combined streams be without fish and her fields Republican sentery and Diarrhoea in adults-56,25- 1 redeem the promise of the Democratic General Assembly, so that it may Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. cases and 4,300 deaths charged up to devoid of winged game. to .repeal unjust and oppressive classify property for the purpose of Shows. The game laws could be made more party three diseases, three diseases that deRepublican laws, and to enact wise and taxation; but we are opposed to any pend almost wholly upon the house fly stringent, but a rigid enforcement of just laws for the benefit of the great law the effect of which would be to There are manv novel acts with the for their transmission and propagation. the laws now in existence would help mases of the people, and we invite all lighten burdens of taxation on the Saneers Combined Shows which are In other words, no flies, no Typhoid, no the matter materially, and until some aims and record of the wealthy and on corpopation at the ex- certain to be well received in every effort is made to enforce the existing to contrast the flies, no Diarrhoea and Dysentery. Democrats in the House and Senate of pense of the poor, the farmer or the city lucky enough to secure a visit from And what is being done towards ex- laws it looks like folly to enact others the consolidated enterprises. There present session of Congress with laboring man. terminating the pest towards prevent to be treated as the ones we already the Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. the aims and record of the RepubliSec. 13 Temperance is essentially a are acts which were never seen in 357 H G. A. Ballard ing these diseases? We would like to have. Residence Crab Orchard St. until this show opened its 397 Miss Fannie Bishop Republi- moral, cans and especially with the and social question, America report the battle won, but the facts The press all over the state is agitatResidence Water St. 1909 which enacted the and should not be made a partisan issue season of 1911, for the reason that 165 F. G. Hurt can session of are to the contrary. The warfare up- ing this matter with a view to remedyResidence 3 M Richmond pike. law. h there was no amusement enterprise 339-- J J. Q. Mahan between political parties. conon the house fly the Typhoid fly has ing the existing evil, but we must Residence 6 M Lexington pike. of- the pres- great enough to afford the large sala- 363-- S J. W. Mahan just begun. A few more pecple than fess that we are at a loss to see what We especially indorse the record of We favor the extention Residence 7 M Flat Woods. G. A.$Morgan law, as applied to the ries which the artists demand and no 374-- S last year may have their house screen- remedy they will suggest or apply that our Democratic Cocgressmen and Sena- ent local option which has been upheld institution with sufficient prestige to 186 Misses Moss & Lay Dressmaking. tor from Kentucky for their fidelity in sale of liquors, ed and a few more may be fighting will prove efficacious. Vetinary Surgeon. keeping the promises of their party by our highest court as valid and con- attract the attention of such celebra- 365 Dr. R. L. Pontius them out of dining room and kitchen, Residence Bright's Bend. 383-James Rankin of each ted performers. so that party but that does not mean much, The The leaders of the Democratic select-ed"b- y and representing the people and not stitutional, county the citizensmay de "The Kirby Family of acrobats, for, 384-Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. T. C. Rankin interests, and we denounce the and every in the State the fight will never be won that way. No from every county in the state, Grocery Campbell St. perform feats which have 213 Turner & Carpenter the people of.that party as their record of the Republican Congressmen termine for themselves whether spi instance;" screening will keep them all out and no Residence Crab Orchard St. Zanone seen in other shows, 381 Miss Margaret representatives, have met in conven- and Senator from Kentucky, because tous, vinous or malt liquors may be never been swatting will kill them all. Paste this in your telephone book. The Sangers Combined Shows will wise-ein Louisville and formulated a plat they have represented not the people, sold therein. tion And, futher, this is neither the and . exhibit in Lancaster, Saturday Au- Sec. 14 We favor organization or easiest way. When we begin to form, and an "admirable one from a nor have they sought to relieve their The Bastin Telephone Company, Inc., Lancaster, Ky. aa well as any other standi burdens,, but have' represented the cooperation, among the farmers and guat26. realize the dreadful nature of the fight Democratic em-bodyi- ed ., .; . .j . j that is tin our hands begin to consider 'point. Every plank in Vins platform pnvuegeu, pruiecieu niteresus ui me laborers of the State, and the enactment of such constitutional laws as it real warfare we shall be ready to was approved of by the candidates who country. I - s w;ll protest them from the greed and. oppression of the trusts and monopolies of the country, which are the direct fruit of Republican legislation. Sec. 15 We favor such wise and conservative laws as will encourage road and bridge building in Kentucky, and we faVor reasonable State aid for the construction of roads and bridges, but only on condition that each county or local community, which is primarily benefited, shall first do its part and discharge its duty to itself in this regard. Sec. 16 We. favor the creation, removed from politics of a Department THE COM I NG PLOW. i J -- an J. R. MOUNT, SON ilg. l & CO. jrlflffljglsrfijgjl One Ounce of Satisfaction i """ Olen Lily Flour, Garrard Milling Go. one-ma- ifiliWlrMlTB m Flour, Coal, Salt, Shingles or STUDEBAKER WAGONS. GLASS and SAUNDERS t mmmmmmmsmmm mmmwmmmmm time-honore- 8 1 1 i 1 SCHOOL BOOKS fair-mind- ed School Supplies. 1 COST ONLY. AlcRoberts Drug Store State-at-larg- State-at-larg- e; Payne-Aldric- THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. $SurpIus 25,000. Book-Keepe- 1 Telephones May 1st, 191 Installed Since 1. non-politic- al Payne-Aldric- - U A st i I 1 ft 1 ... : . - - . - - i THE HOME OF REAL BARGAINS. No Special Sale but our usual Low Price on goods of QUALITY and STYLE. NO CAST OFFS. ) I Watch Our Table and Qounter 5Pc Cotton Voils 29cts. 50c Foulards 29cts. 35c Linweaves 19cts. - 25c Dimities lets. 25c Di;ess Linens 14c, 5c Lawns Octs. 1 1 Values, I J 1 1 l j 50 and 75c Corset Covers 39c. $1.50 Muslin Skirts 98cts. $4.00 Princess Slips $2.g8. $3.00 Princes Slips $1.98. cts. 25c Suitings Oc Lawns 8cts. 11 The Joseph Mercantile Company. We Commence Loading Up just as soon as we receive an order for lumber. So don't worry about not prompt with your the delivery. get- Gossip About People vveNe better this week. i rest at Elixir Springs. Mr. Chas Baierlien is reported some tin Telephone Exchange has resigned her position and gone to Richmond to I YODU Logan Hubble is recuperating by a reside with her sister, Mrs. Joseph Ar- V. nold. Miss Norma Elmore is r FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. D "' ' 'j ting your stuff in time. Be order and we'll be prompt with nHfSBf s II If A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are interested In. J Miss Mary Cottrell spent Thursday in Stanford. Miss Gladys Frisbie is in Louisville for a visit. Miss Susie Hilton left Sunday for a visit at Broadhead. Miss Callie Adams is in Richmond j Makes no difference how much or little you want, how far or near you are, we'll deliver the right kind of lumber at the right time at the right price. For 30 days we will sell Galvanized Roofing at $30. sq foot. visiting Miss Lee Prather. Mrs. Bowling of East Bernstadt is visiting Mrs. W. S. Carrier. I Lancaster u Lumber & M'fg Go. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Miss Ruby Soper of Lexington is the Gill. guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Soper. Senator R. L. Hubble was an interesMrs. George D. Robinson is enjoying ted spectator at the Lawrenceburg fair. a stay at the Crab Orchard springs. Mr and Mrs. George Robinson of Miss Virginia Conn of Wilmore is the Danville are visiting Mrs. Rebecca guests of Mr. and Mrs, James Conn. West. Mrs. Robert Brown and children of Barboursville are guests of Mrs. Mary Taylor. Miss Flossie May Sutton has been at Buckeye for a visit to Mrs. John Brown. Mrs. Ike Dunn and children of Lex ington are guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. D Gulley. Mrs. 0. S. Honaker and children of Lexington are here for a visit Mrs. S. W. Moss. Mrs. Jennie Lackey is at home after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Price of Danville. Miss Willie Benton Logsden of June tion City is the guest of Miss Sue Shelby Mason. visiting relatives. Judge Lewis L. Walker was in Danville Tuesday on business. Mrs R. A. Stone of Somerset has been visiting relatives here. Dr. Bradly Montgomery of Paint Lick, Ky., was in town Monday. Mrs Wm Hays of Stanford bas been the guest of Mrs J. A. Beazley. Miss Mary Phillips of Lebanon is the guest of Miss Marguerite Kinnaird. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird is in Cincinnati inspecting the latest styles in millinery. Mrs Elizabeth Chenault of Lexington is visiting Misses Martha and Helen jn Harrods-bur- g Mr. R. L. Elkin has returned from Bring us your produce. Turner & his annual outing, this year spent at Carpenter. Atlantic City and Atlantic coast resorts; that Bob had a good time goes Dont fail to come to Opera House without saying. Saturday night. A dollar will buy more in to Davis' cash store. house litigaStan- (IrWiirBMhfMlirriUEgfrtLirrti MMMMMMMlMr We Sell Ice AT THE Creamery AT Lancaster friend are the recipients of cards announcing the marriage in Cincinnati Monday of Mr. Francis Tustison and Miss Genevieve Gibson Porch. Mr Tustison is a teacher in the High School at Somerset Ky. and Miss Porch is a popular young society lady of that city, and on several Mrs. Sam Murphy of Moreland spent occasions has been the charming visiMiss Sallie Elkin. Monday with her cousin Mrs. W. H. tor of The Lexington Herald has the Howing complimentiaay notice of h pular Lancaster young lady, "Misses hne and Margaret Millerard gave a. autiful dinner Saturday evening at e Country Club to their guest Miss nnie Tinder of Lancaster. It was lie ol a numoeiv' oi attairs in iss Tinder's honor. " Messrs Ben and rrey Robinson of this place were so in the list of invited guests. The following announcement will be much interest to Lancastrians as e Driae-elehas a number ot rela- es in Garrard and has frequently ited her cousin's Mesdames J. Fleece El-wo- od ct Your account is past due I need the money. Please come in and settle at Hon. George D. Florence was here once. Rella Arnold. Wednesday shaking hands with his Lost: At the Lancaster fair, a gold many friends. Mr Florence is a prosheaded umbrella. Return to this office pective candidate for the Republican nomination for Commonwealths Attor- and receive reward. ney in this district to succeed Hon. First class cleaning and pressing at Chas. A. Hardin when that gentleman the Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co. Phone dons the ermine. 340. L. W. Faulkner. Mgr. Hon. George M. Davidson of ford was here last week delving the legal documents in the court in search of information in some tion in which he is interested. at S. N. t Subscribe or renew for Magazine's before October they will advance. Mrs. Dollie Brown at Joseph's Store. For Sale. bL Jack J. Pursley, WHEN A COW-BOY Upright piano, in good condition, price 95.00. Apply at this office. For Sale. I will sell or exchange for farm, mv stock of goods at the Shugar Creek bridge. For further information call J. W. Walker. -tf On The North Western Plains. weighing about 175 lbs. For Sale Two mule foot boar hogs From the Sioux, Blackfoot, Crow S. C. Denny. and Chegonne Indians. 3t. binson and B. D. Herndon. 'One of fiw most beautiful affairs i2c Per Pound H. V. BASTIN. 'gJMrJMffJM.'rgfMfrJlTrlJll Miss Bettie West has returned from Mr Henry Schulte of Somerset was ot the week was the announcement a visit to her sister Mrs. George Robin- here several days visiting Mr. and Mrs. party at Cambus" Kenneth by Miss son of Danville. Lillie Cecil. The color scheme of green ls. Miller. and crystal was carried out in all the Miss-Le- na Miss Elizabeth Scott of Kansas, ar- McClure of Somerset is decorations. The table was a bower rived Monday for a visit to her friendJiwirh'her aunt Mrs. William Champ of maiden hair fern, hanging from the Miss Delia Tinder. for a visit. chandelier was a baskettfrfiite pond Mrs. Charles Anderson and children Mrs. George Miller Lusk is in Louis lilies tied with green ctHP Twelve are in Maysville visiting Mrs. J. Roe. ville for a stay with her sister Mrs. R. crystal vases tied together with crysYoung and family. E. Hughes. tal chains of maiden hair was around Mrs. Mary Taylor is at home again Mrs. Acre of Crab Orchard is "Visi- the table. At the coffee drinking after several weeks visit to her daugh- ting her sister Mrs. Thomas Howard course Miss Cecil raised her cup and announced that her little blonde friend ter at Barboursville. and family. Miss Cerena Dunn and Dr. Oscar L. Miss Margaret Shugars is at home Mrs. Sarah Moss and daughter Miss May a rising young physician of DanAugust 29. from a visit to her sister, Mrs. James Linnie left this" week to visit friends ville were soon to wed. There is a protracted Rucker of Richmond. in Middlesboro. J Lost At the Lancaster Fair a silver I learned all my knowlidge of the Inhandled umbrella with the initials, B. dian Remedies. My success in selling D. A. on the handle. Return to this these great Remidies has been good office and receive reward. and is getting better all the time, my sales this year up to the present time Notice. have doubled over last year, mail orders City taxes are due and the book has continue to come in abundance. I get been turned over to me for collection. letters every day from people that have Please call and pay your city taxes as suffered with Rheumatism, Kidney the city needs the money. L. E. Her-ro- n trouble. Stomach trouble. Nervous diseases, and Female trouble telling me City Marshal. what great benefits they have derived from my Indian Herbs. FLATWOOD READ THIS; for the next two months I won't be in Lancaster more than two Rev A. C. Baird has moved in his days out of each week, and it will take new house. most of this time to fill mail orders, so Mrs. James Anderson on the Fall I have placed all my great Indian RemLick died of cancer last Friday Aug, 11 idies on sale at Storm's Drug Store, A. F. Edwards has gone to Oklahoma where all the people will find them and to visit his mother who is reported can buy them as cheap as they can very sick. from me at my home, one price to all. The Tates creek association will meet with the Good Hope church on Tuesday -3t Pursley's Indian Herbs meeting :r5Mr5MfrgMl:rSJl:rnJMiMfMl Kua irnTi Miss Nina Cottrell is a visitor in J. C. Robinson gave . an enjoyable Nicholasville and Wilmore this week, hay ride to a number of young people and taking in the fair. Tuesday evening. for-h- er Mil 'i&& V7777J itt-ffl- m ViXViiNiU ww ;iWilWI.!1l.Ulll,IUy(i'' Mrumaii 2 18lk'fflll rzis&m Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph left last week Miss Virginia Jones Beazley is at parents home in Eton Ohio for home from a visit to her aunt, Mrs a four or five weeks trip. Hays of Stanford. Mrs. M. E. Wilson and children are Mrs. W. B. Mason and daughter Edna are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy spending this week with Mrs. J. 0. Bogie at Buckeye. Asa Haynes in Hillsboro Ohio. Miss Angie Kinnaird is at home af Mrs. R. H. Batson and little daugh- LCI. VJCtll cue 111 OlcMUUIU Willi 1UIB. ter a visit to her friend Miss Clara Cooper of Stanford. Batson's mother Mrs. J. H, Hilton. Mrs. Mike Smith and little son of Misses Mattie Lee Huble and Ethel Fort Smith Arkansas were with the Walters were in Lexington the past week visiting Miss Annie Steel Cook Misses Arnold Monday, Mr and Mrs W. M. Zanone have Miss Annie Steel Cook has returned been visiting Mr and Mrs Geo Spoona-mdr- e to her home in Lexington after a' stay of Crab OrcMard. of several weeks with Miss Ethel Walters. Hon. R. L. Davidson has returned to his home in Tulsa, Oklahoma after Dr. and Mrs. Spitzler of Crab Orchard and brother of Union City Ind. a three weeks visit here. were guests of Mr. and Mrs. George M Miss Helen Thurman has returned to Patterson. her home at Horse Cave after a stay Mrs. E. B. Bourland and little son of several weeks with Mrs. U. D. Rodger have returned to their home in Simpson. Lawrenceburg after a visit to Mrs. Miss Marguerite Kinnaird entertainGeo. A. Smith. ed at a card party Wednesday afterMesdame Fannie Farra and S. C. noon at 4 o'clock in honor of her visitor Denny were with a motoring party Miss Phillips of Lebanoa. that enjoyed a trip to the Lexington Miss Lucy Walker Doty and Miss fair the past week. Katherine Bogard of Hopkinsville are Mr. John Yarnington entertained being entertained at the home of Mrs. Saturday with a picnic in honor of the George Bogard in Richmond. Misses Millward and their attractive Messrs. Coyt and Charlie Mahan, guest Miss Fannie Tinder of Lancas- who hold good government position in ter. the Philliphine Islands, Mr and Mrs Mrs. G. M. Patterson and daughter Paris Mahan of Williamsburg, .Nolan Miss Grace Helen left Tuesday for a and Elmer Mahan of Verginia are here visit to Mr. Jacob Barton also for a visiting their father Mr. Milton Mahan. stay with Dr. and Mrs. W. E. Barton Mrs. Annie Adams a valued and exof Chicago. ceedingly courteous employe in the Bas- 4 IsHpHHNuMDlt Easily laid can be laid right over wood shingles if necessary Fireproof Stormproof Last as long as the building and never need repairs. For further detailed information apply to k3&2iz&3iiBKji Cal Locontractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, GROCERIES and MEATS That are to please. GUARANTEED Phone 181. Davidson & Walker. conducted Kev McHutchins. The late rain has revived the droop- Store. v Although an M. D., I acknowledge to my patients and patrons that your ing spirits of the farmers as much as DAKOTA JACK'S remedy, D. D. D., reached cases of Ec the growing crops. zema and permanently cures them. There was preaching at Good Hope COW BOY LINIMENT. Dr. Ira T. Gabbert, Caldwell, Kan. Saturday and Sundayunder the shade "My cure began from the first ap- trees as the house is nqt quite complete For pain, an instant relief for Deaf plication of D. D. D. My skin is now as there were also 93 in attendance at ness Headache, Toothache, Earache. smooth as a baby's. I wouldn't take Sunday School. A relief for Rheumatic and neuralgia a thousand dollars for what D. D. D. pains. This is the Liniment that has a has done for me," writes August Sanworld wide Reputation as used on the CATARRH to, of Chillicothe, Ohio. North western plains by Indians Scouts These are just samples of letters we Cured by the Marvel of the Century, B. cow boys and Ranchman to be used ex are receiving every day from grateful ternally for man and beasts. Price 25 B.B.-Test- 'ed for 30 Years. patients all over the county. cts per bottle at J. E. Stormes Drug "Worth its weight in gold," 'All my Hawking, spitting, foul breath, dis- Store. pimples washed away by D. D." D.," charges of yellow matter permanently Creme Soap. "L found instant relief," "D. D. D. cured with pure botanical ingredients. is little short of miraculous." These To prove it we will send yoa a sample For all the people all the time. Comare the words of others in describing treatment free. 43, posed only of vegetable substances; Catarrh is not only dangerous but it and contains no animal fat or poisonous the great skin remedy, D. D. D. Proven by thousands of cures, for causes ulcerations, death and decay of alkalis. A skin food, a purifier, a ten years to be absolutely harmless bones, kills ambition, often'causes loss healer, for toilet, shaving, shampooing and reliable in every case of skin trou- of appetite and reaches to general de- and both romaner, pimples, blackheads bility, idiocy and insanity. It needs sploches from the face. ble, no matter what it is. Get a trial bottle g Instant re- attention at once. Cure it by taking CREME SOAP for sale at the liefonly 25cts at R. E. McRoberts & Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It is a places at lOcts per cake or three quick, radical, permanent cure because cakes for 25cts. Son. it rids the system of the poison germs J. E. Stormes, Druggist. Smooth Road. that cause catarrh. At the same time R. S. Brown, General Merchandise. The way ot the transgressor Is hard, Blood Balm (B. B. B.) pfifrtfies the of course. It is so thoroughly and per- blood, does away with every symptom Ball & Holtzclaw, Grocers. sistently traveled. Puck. Davidson & Walker, Grocers. of catarrh. B. B. B. sends a tingling flood of warm, rich, pure blood direct T. Currey, Grocery, Accused Of Stealiug. to the paralyzed nerves, and 'parts afif. N. Ross, Grocery. E. E. Chamberlain,, of Clinton, Me. fected by catarrhal poison, giving Turner & Carpenter, Grocery. boldly accuse? Bucklen's Arnica Salve warmth and strength just where it is D. T. Brummett, Grocery. of stealing the stingfrom burns or needed and in this way making a perS. N. Davis, General Merchandise. scalds the pain from sores of all kinds fect, lasting cure of catarrh in all its the distress from boils or piles. "It forms. Druggists or by express, $1 robs cuts, corns, bruises, sprains and per large bottle, with directions for "How many servants do you keep?" injuries of their terror," he says, "as home cure. Sample sent free by writ"Well if the one that promised to a healing remedy its equal don't ex- ing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga. De- come Monday shows up and the two ist." Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & scribe your trouble and free medical that left last night .come back we'll advice given. Sold by F. P. Friabie. lm have three." Son. ' Doctor Praises D. D. D. 1 to-da- v! progress at Harmony For blood diseases, Rheumatism, in Kidney, Stomach, Liver, nervous and by and female troubles a 45 days treatment for $1.00 at J. E. Storm's Drug follow-lowin- . 1-- m r1 J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer -- On Saturday, Sep. 2, 1911, at 9 A. hi. Too much love for fnn. frolic ant I will sell the property ofjAImira rich food causes stomach, hvr, kid' Wearren deceased Viz; ney and nervous troubles. Other 43 acres of land 6 miles of Lancaster remedies help you bat DENN'? SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cure on Buckeye turnpike, good house and Garrard Circuit Court. you. Cur ciscovercr, ten ytars f barn, 2 hen houses, smoke house, coal PhT. miserable cuffertr with the abovt and buggy house, shop, 2 good wells, James I. Hamilton Residence Plione troubles, and RHEUMATISM for Olllce Pliore 31. VS cistern, 3 lasting springs, milk house years, was cured in one week. T tise. No notice will be ncceptud over four Deft. prove our remedy, while they lasi and the best of sand stone la ml in fine Lurinda Raines LANCASTER. KY. line-"Good Colored Boy Kurt. nnd will be otily In '.no Issues of- the state of fertility. Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar- regular size bottles only 25c at Ukcokd, free of chuiRe Also personalty consisting of 1 family rard Circuit Court rendered in the Oliver Adams, a colored youth who UMM jrnKtSSTSKa Stormes. Drug Stotv. The man who iticks to hogs will win lives at the home of Mr George Smith horse, 2 jersey cows, buggy and har- above styled cause at its June term the under out in the end. is'bemoaning the loss of the nail and ness, good lot of house hold and kitch 1911, on Monday. signed commissioner Sale Of Land And Stock. will August 28th. things this dav beinir Countv Court dav. 1911,ltI will offer f.r sa!- - on Very often the prettiest hen is the ball of one finger which he contributed en furniture and numerous other W. O. carren. (Adms. tween the hours of eleven o'clock a. im. to a cider mill on Wednesday. poorest layer. August 23. 1911 the farm oh wbieh 1 and twelve o'clock noon, sell at about payments is poslive, one mil'.- South of BryantsviNli ,ic oUtty " front of the Court HonAt Public Sale. Improving Garrard's Turnpikes. Lawn clippings make an ideal sum- . sible if you have the uoor in uaocaster. Kentuckv. to the djoining the Camp Dick Kubinso InmH mer green-foo- d ration. The county machinery is now at work As agent for the heirs of J. M. Hig- - highest aid iRst buldt r the following ' ith a frontage of halt a mile mi th cancelled checks to show on the Richmond pike, they have com- ginbothain deceased I will offer at lea! property Lexington pike eight mi For Sale: Superior Wheat Drill, fnxt Lmh There is no denial posSaid land is located in Garrard Counpleted the repairing as far as Hyatts-vill- e Public Sale before the COURT HOUSE good as new. J. T. Henry. tastei: ami Danville, constating of sible. Open an account and will finish u to the county DOOR IN LANCASTER", KY., ON ty, Ky. on the waters of Sugar Creek hundred and thirtynve aerea. and is bounded as follows;- - Beginning The Garrard Bank & good yearling .Bull. line at Paint Lick on that road. The AUG., 28th. 1911. it being County at a point in tin middle of Sugar Creik I tml has been in blue jpmm at Foit Sale One Ali .f J. II. Thompson. Preachersville, Ky. manner of treating the turnpikes turn Court day at 11 o'clock A. M. ami Mt. Hebron dirt road, corner to for several years exevut forty H Trust Co., and pay all The farm known as the old Iliggin-botha- Mt. Hebron church lot and W. P. Nel- acres, most of which is in totaeeo mrt them into u veritable bou and You bills by check. i The shoats should not he kept in the when the pikes of Garrard levard, are homestead, located on the son and in line to A. R. Dean; thence hemp. The entire farm "a county with said Dean S P E passing afore will avoid lots of trouble same enclosure with the brood sows. worked over by this system, which is waters of White Lick Creek 18 miles and aft beech at 9,28 chains, in all tobacco and hemp land. T1k pfct save lots of worry and Foil Sale A few Registered Jersey being done as rapidly as possible, they South East of Lancaster, and two 45.81 chains to a stake lift, east of a well watered by four living stwmgft more dignified basis than miles from Copper Creek pike, con- bei h stump, corner to T. W. Thomp- which will afford water fur will be second to none in the state. time and put your affairs on a far anwunt J as N. Denny. Boars. taining 874.14 acres. It will be offered son.; with said Tonijon S 4 W jtasM-in- g of stoek, also one pond. they are now. his corner at 9.111 chains (a stone Lighter foods are best these warm A King Who Left Home. in three tracts and then as a whole. The main resid-neiw the Lexiugte days, Heavy food like corn heats the set the world to talking, but Paul The bid realizing the most money will ki me iMirui eoge oi me neiore men- pike is a two story frame me ww tioned road) in all lo chains; thence blood. H Mathulka, of Buffalo, N. Y. says he be one accupted. Tract No 1 contains with the middle of said road S If W 7 dwelling with all necessary out auiMfiig - v v1 - .fJiH'j Tiff. Dry weather is certainly good for always KEEPS AT HOME the King of 215.93 acres mostly in iriass, tract No. chains to a point in a bank on South including a new a lock barn 1030 wit S. F- Shearer; load, corner water melons as they are fine this "all Laxative -- Dr. King's New Life 2 contains 105.1 acres, has on it the side of with Shearer,tofalling into a mule shed 00x241 and a nice jenH thence awl year. Pills and that they're a blessing to all residence two cood barns and all other with said road S 7tf W 4.40 chains N orchard. It also has a seven warn b Lawson & Fox bought n 7(U W 1.40 to of Price Bros. his family. Cure constipation, head- necessary out buildings, all in grasa. middle of saidchains and a ioint in the house ami twelve acre tohaeeo batm road J--T corner to same; located so the farm can be easily No. 2 conOnly 25c Tract No. 8 adjoining track 1100 pound cattle at 41 cents per ache, indigestion, dyspopsia, thirty thence road has some S 9i W leavingchains andawith his line ed. tains 53.11 acres, this tract pound. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm IS THAT 88. 10 to point in the I will ateo offer a farm cm one hwndj good bottom land on it. This is one of North edge of branch, corner to same t Every farmer should have one Organizing Fanner's Union. stock farms in that section of and in line to Gilbert Turner; thence red and forty two acres, moat of whwh the best thoroughbred boar. Buy now, a pig its Mr. E. J. Cook, deputy organizer the county, grazing stock fatter than up said branch with 41 nuamiers and is in idue graas. with a even aere from a good litter. with said Turner N W 4 chains N bant, small stock barn ami dwuHK almost any in the county, anil is being G2 W 5 chaiiu to a point (5 feet West for the Farmers Union, has been at INing. This hind raises fine hemp Tobacco cutting has commenced in work in the county recently organiz- sold to settle the estate. For any in- of a young elm N 81 W 8.." chains N this county, the first crop cut is re- ing subordinate bodies of his organiza- formation call on J. C. Ballard, on the 79 V 1;42 chains N 12 W 3.15 chains to tobacco and is weM watered. ShW a black walnut on land is one half mile from Rnttrne ported to be unusually good. tion. The Union is strictly a business place who will show the farm to any W 8.85 chains N 2.'5?south bank N NK"J the Mt. Hebron pike. W 3 chains 59 n one desiring to look at same, iwsseaj-io- W. LOG chains N 45 W 3.G(5 chains Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. For Salk-- 40 ewes from 2 to 4 years organization, having for its object the LIVE STOCK. 1912. With N 8.88 W 3.1M chains N 81 E 69 on 1st, of January teaching of the farmer diversification f old. Also 1 ready for service, At the same time I will olfer my )ftf h , links to a point on North bank of and rotation of crops, systemization in seeding privilige this fall. Terms subject to register. II. C. Arnold, stock eoftsjisting of (5 good brood macu: blanch (old nyausville, liv. the distribution and disposition of his cash, the balance in 1 and 2 jr.n thesaid Turner andcall a stone) corner 1 to Tom Montgomery; four year old large brown team; 1 ps, to climirttte gambling in farm from day of sale, lien retained on land thence up a drain with said Montpayments. G. T. gomery N 42i E 4.75 chains N 87 E live year old bay scekKng. goad drivar: from the sows, and his quarters should ing products, in fact its aim is to do for .the deferred old geldings Wokea to Higginbotham Agt. 3.37 chain N 48A E 2 chains N 37 E I 2 nie two-yeany and all things that will be of benebe roomy and strong. -N 19 E passing corner to said drive; 2 nice yearling fillies: 8 yearllojfi chains IvS i ivr fit to the farmer. The orzanization is Montgomery and William Shearer at mules: 8 nice mule colts; 1 nine year HUENA Viyi'A I have for sale some nice young cows a growing one throughout the state, 4.51 chains in all (.44 chains to a point okl saddle pony mare well broken for X' fresh, gentle and good milkers, also fe among is calculated to do Dr. Cheek of Danville filled the pul- in the w before mentioned dirt road: chikiren; 2 filly )onies. comming 8 ami some100 pound duioc boars, good ones. and farming element. much gocd thence ith the middle and meanders the pit at the Presbyterian church Sunday of said load N oS W 7.G4 chains N 40 I1 J. W.'Elmore. years old, broken; 2 horse ponies morning. W 7 chains N 53jf W 18.fiS to beginn-ii.- g ing 5 and t, broken; 1 yearKK ftlly Thirty Years Together. Apples in Virginia will amount to 40 containing 122, 85 acres. Mr. and Mrs. Ogg of Berea were jiony ami one horse pony colt. per cent of the average yield. This is of it. Thirty years of association-thin- k This sale is for the and family at ing a debt to James Ipurpose of satisfyguests of Mr. Will Ogg This is all Kentucky atoek of good also true of other fruits in Virginnia. Hamilton of $352. How the merit of a good thing stands 19 with interest at ( per cent from breeding, bred ami raided by me on the Polly's Bend. out in that time or the worthlcssness We have recleaned seed rye and seed Mr. and Mrs. Will Broadus from May 2th 1909 to date of sale, princi- farm. 42 extra nice 850 to 900 Hi steers of a bad one. So there's no guess work pal and interest amounting to $899.73 wheat for sale. It will pay you to see good; 90 fat heifrs from 750 to in this evidence of Thos. Ariss, Con- near Stanford spent last week with and the cost of this action approximat- quality ... i v?sia?viNi;2si.'!. 90011 it before you buy. Hudson & Hughes in carload lota; loo stock ewes, 1 1 ing $7(5.90; debt ami coats amounting to cord, Mich., who writes: "I have used Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Poor. Lancaster, Kv. Phone 20. ages good; also me farming impleQuite a number from here attended 40.oo.land Dr. King's New Discovery' for 30 The will he sold as a whole or a ments. Sale will begin at 10 o'clock 1 The mudhole is not a necessary ad- years, and its the best eaugh and cold the fair at Lexington last week, some wess number ot acres if the same is A good hinch for all. sufficient to pay the debt interests and sharp. junct to the best hog pasture. The cure I ever used. " Once it finds en- few went to Harrodsburg. Just received a car load of PortTerms made known on ilav of sale. Professor Simmons of Lexington costs. inconsistency of men beats all. sanitary wallow that disinfects the hogs trance in a home you can't pry it out. Tenns;-Sai- d B. F. PATTON. sale will be made on a land Cement which we will sell at The Many families have used it forty years. will speak at Brown's Chape! next credit of six and twelve months time. I. M. Dunn. Auct. First he says a woman cannot use is the logical thing. It's the most infallible throat and lung Sunday morning and evening. a reasonable price. Purchaser will be required to give bond It is conceded that Mississippi' had medicine on earth. Unequaled for a hammer and iii the next breath with approved security, said bonds Mrs. G. II. Lane and sister-in-laRed Ash Jellico Coal, best on the says she knows more about knock- the finest prospect for full crops of hearing six per cent r, from date croup, Miss asthma Jennie Lane visited relatives in of sale until paid andinterest the force corn, peas, potatoes, cane etc., every having quinsy or soiv lungs. Price 50c, $1.00 market. See us for Thrashing Coal. ing than a master carpenter. The seen Lexingtsn last week and attended the and effect of a judgment u)on which at the end of Julv. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. Good block 12cts. execution may issue if not paid at best knocker I know is R. S. air. lien is retained on land to R. L. Hubble bought a pair of work McRoberts & Son BROWN who has prices on Dry Miss Lucretia Skinner, who has been secure the purchase money. mules from Bob Arnold for S423., he 'tending school at Valparaiso. Indiana Goods, Gents Furnishing Goods and also J. A. AMON. M. C. G. C. C. G rrakd Circuit Court. bought a pair of Johnson Price for ill return Friday night and begin Riffs'. Dan Simpson, et al Shoes knocked down to suit the vjou., anu anotner lrom Price Bros, at aching Monday. Vs. smallest purse. the same price. Stanley Reid Wells the four year old D. f . . Mary F. Mi'ler. et al the R. M. Fisher farm two miles m of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wells diul Pursuant to a judgement of t' G from Danville on the Perryville pike raid Circuit Court rendered - t". t typhoid fever Wednesday morning bove stvle cause at its June terr !1. anu containing ZOO acres, was sold at ugust 9th. He had been sick but a c the under signed commissioner public outcry last week and was purort while, funeral conducted by Rev. 1 Monday. August. t' J- : odbye internment at Pleasant Grove l.etw Ccunty chased by Mr George Spilman for ?147. Garuakd Cikci'it Court. hours of eleven Court day. m. ai l rv.. ti o'efcek a. .trying grounds sympathy Is extended per acre. Sanders, et al Plffs- - o'clock noon, sell at Miblic o , cry n 3 the grief stricken parents. God Newton . front of the Court House door i Vs. J. B. Walker of Richmond shipped ants this beautiful bud for his own hicrhi t a: .1 caster. Kentuckv. to the recently to C. S. Brent Lexington Def t's best bidder the following rial arden and just transplanted it over on Clayton Sanders, et a! "l 10.000 bushels of hlm tvjish rhiI dm! i. garden shore. Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar-- to-- it; had been purchased in Madison county Said land is located in Garrar.! C :;- rani circuit ourt remiereu in the a-Card Of Thanhs. bovc styled cause at its June term 1911 at prices ranging from $1.50 to $1.0." hv. on tne waters ot sugar i h. :r the undersigned commissioner will on awl ia bounded on the West I , per bushel. We desire to extend our sincere Creek; on the North by the t:j :b cf MONDAY, AUGUST 2S. 1911. Attack Like 1 lgers. thanks to friends for kindness shown John Adams, on the South by tfc. LuaU Mule dealers say that the market is beIn fighting to keep the blood pure during the illness and at the death of this day being County Court day.a. m. of Norman Grow ami on the North tv not so good for aged mules as at this tween the hours of eleven o'clock the lands of James Sandt-r- aril contime last year, but that the prospects the whit corpuscles attack disease our dear little one. Mr. and Mrs. F. and twelve o'clock noon, sell at public-outcr- tains about 17 acres, more or !.s. germs like tigers. But often germs Wells. in front of the Court House are" that it will be better, and that the Said sale will be on a credit of :c door in Lancaster, Kentucky, to the indications are that mules colts will be multiply so fast the little fighters are - Mrs. Gaitewood Pry'or departed this highest and best bidder the following ami twelve months time. Purer.:: "i r will be required to give bod w.th overcome. Then see pimples, boils, life Monday evening August 14th hav- real property higher this yearjthan last. security, said bonds b.anr G eczema, salt rheum and sores multiply ing been ill almost three "weeks. Mrs. A Said land is located on Back Creek in per cent interest from date of sr. e i;r-t- il If balky horse don't beat! and strength aiftj appetite fail. This Pryor was a loving charitable christian the County of Garrard and the State of paid and having the force and 1 11 et him, or build a fire under him; get out condition demandi' Electric Bitters to always ready to minister to the needs Kentucky, ami bounded as follows; Be- of a judgement upon which extrutnn and tie a piece of spring around his regulate stomach, liver and kidneys of her suffering neighbors. To know ginning at a stone in Walker's line a may issue, if not paid at beech marked as a pointer; thence N27 the land to secure tLe AGE. tongue and fasten it to the bit and you and to expel poisons from the blood. her was to love her. Her hand was W 45 poles to a stake in a branchjtheuce Lion retained onpurchase mori . of AMUSEMENT The payment of the will be surprised to see how quick his "They are the best blood purifier," always outstretched to those in need, down the same S (IGi W 32 poles to J. A. Anion,!. C.tt. C. C. mind is taken off of the balky habit. writes C. T. Budahn, of Tracy, Calif., the community sustains a great loss, a stake near a spring; thence S 734 W 23 poles to a hackberry on said branch: "I have ever found." They make Alfalfa seems to be a success .in this rich, red blood, strong nerves and much sympathy is extended to her thence N 17 W 2ti poles to an oak stump grief stricken husband. She expressed rNS9 E 10 poles to a The Most Highly Educated country as well as in the West. Mr. build up vour health. Try them. 50c her self ready for the summon funeral inence wiin vasey small asha in a drain s nue 10 siate in Elephant In The World. W. VP. Givens of Boyle has a third crop at R. E. McRoberts & Son. of all kinds and of the conducted by Rev. H. J. Tomlinson a drain fi e yards below a spring belonging to Noel thence to a stake, corburial at Mt. Olivet. ner to Sanders; thence S29 E 94i poles CURED TO STAY CURED. The Little White Kearse. to a stake on Walker's line an ash pointer; thence with the same to the Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guarr.nto d By i:ila Wheeler Wilcox. How Lancaster Citizens Can Find ComAmericas Greatest Acrobatic anp Aerial Sensation beginning, containing 40 acres. A representative of our Coitipay (Copyright, 19o6.) plete Freedom From Lidney Troubles. pH 2nd. Tract; In the County of Garrard will be at the Kengarlan Hotel in Lan KINGS OF THE HIGH WIRE. y Somebody's baby was buried and State of Kentucky on the waters of Back Creek and bounded as follows. caster, every county court day. The empty white hearse from the you suffer from backache If KvZ to wit; Beginning at a black ash corner grave rumbled back, From urinary disorders KARRIS 6c WHEELER, to a stake said banders; thence a And the morning somehow seemed less From any disease of the kidneys, N43 W17 poles to a stake in a head NICHOLASVILLE. fc KENTUCKY. smiling and gay :; of a hollow; thence down the same Be cured to stay cured.. As I paused on the walk while it crossi "I refused to be operated tea with its meanders N31 WIS poles N4a Doan's Kidney Pills make lasting ed on its way, WSS poles N24 W14 poles N3J W25 cures. And a shadow seemed drawn o'er the t?4 on, the morning I heard poles to astake;thence NG'J W27f poles Ka Grateful people testify. sun's golden track. wSi about Cardui , " writes Mrs.. to the center of Back Creek; thence up Here's one case of it: Somebody's baby, was laid out to rest, iWi Elmer Sickler, of Terre By the same S 5i W 38 poles to a lynn, corner to Casey; thence with him S40 James J. Hill, High St., Nicholas- While as a snowdrop and fair to be- M E 32 poles to a large Pine oak; thence Haute, Ind. "I tried Car-hold; vine, iv y., says: "some turn-agmyi. S14 W52$ poles to a white walnut dui, and it helped me back ached severely and I felt weary And the soft little hands were crossed on a with the ,.,.-- . Bj stumpSG1J E35branch; thence sugar tree -U. M... T over the brea.it, 5 poles to a same and restless. Pains frequently darned. gicuiiy. inuh, luuiiiy uvvii and Lynn; thence N50 ESS poles to the through my kidneys and were so severc-th- And those hands and the lips and the washing and ironing." resinning, containing 20 acres and 20 eyelids were pressed I found it difficult to stoop or poles. With kisses as hot as the eyelids straighten. I was also troubled by art 3rd. Tract. Beginning at a stake were cold. E63 annoying weakness of the kidneys. near an ash; thence N60 E50 poles to a Somebody saw it go out of her sight, sugar tree; thence S89 E54 poles beech The kidney secretions col-- H Under the coffin-liout through the on a branch; thence down the same ored and contained sediment. I was door; with its meanders N8 E 37 poles to a always on the lookout for rmo.irl Somebody finds only darkness and blight stake on said branch; thence N CO W12 that would give me relief, and finally: "l All through the glory of Summer-su- n poles to a stake S36 W1GJ poles to a stone, a sugar rec marked as a pointneara anout Doan's Kidney Pills. 16 er; thence N57 W54 poles to a lynn; procureu a dox and shortly after bc-- S baby will waken no more thence NG9 W41 poles to a double popWAKAHAWA ROYAL YEDDO Troupe of ginning their use, I found that they Somebody's sorrow is making me weep Wk Cardui is a mild, tonic lar; thence N 71 W18I poles to a black u were helping me. The improvement ash, Sander's and Casey s corner;thence remedy, purely vegetable, I know not her name, but I echo the MIKE ROONEY-Englan- cTs S 50 W 33 poles to a stone in Casey's Champion continued as I kept taking them and it cry; and acts in a natural man-nerfield, corner to Woolfork; thence with was not long before the trouble was EFor the dearly bought baby she longed his line S 27 E 91i poles to the beginthe delicate, womanPEOPLE HORSES. entirely removed." (Statement riven so to keep ning, corner, containing 50 acres, 2 ly constitution, building May 15th, 1905.) roods and 10J poles. The baby that rode to. its long, lasting Q BANDS OF MUSIC The entire boundry being llo acres, sleep A LASTING EFFECT. ACTS-2- 0. up strength, and toning up 25. 2 roods and 10J poles. In the little white hearse that went On March 2, 1908, Mr. Hill said: Cheapest Satisthe. Best the nerves. In the past 50 Terms: Saiiksale will be on a credit rumbling by. "The benefit I derived from the use of helped and twelve months time. Pur- factory Roofing made today. of six years, Cardui has Doan's Kidney Pills five years ago has know not her name, but her sorrow I chaser will be required to give bonds know; more than amillion women. been permanent. I gladly confirm my with approved security, said bonds THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. WORLDS GREATEST LEAPERS lived While I paused on the crossing I bearing six per cent interest from date You are urged to try it, previous statement." it once more, of sale until paid and having the force For sale by all dealers. Price 50 hAnd back t6 mv breast surged that because we are sure that RoYAL ROMAN HIPPODROME and effect of a judgement upon which n cents. Co., Buffalo, river of woe execution may issue, if not paid at it will do you good. Parade-Leav- es New York, sole agents for the United That- - but in tho"breast of a mother can maturity; lien is retained on said land Show Ground m At all drug stores. States. to secure the payment of the purchase v. flow" money. Rempmlinr tVio nomn 7 .t For the little white hearse had been, - J. A. AMON, MrC. G. tnkft Tin nt.hni C too, at ray door: IS1 $MlMI ssem lllsffi gS2S2SS3 w on his place now which is eighteen inches high and he expects to cut it and COLUMN another crop off the same land before the coming of coldjveather. His first XN2 crop this season brought him per V00 064 OOO 99M4 00000000 acre, and the second crop Is yet unsold. rfpiice below this heading Is (or die exclu- Alfalfa is d"ep rooted and withstands sive use of our fnriner subscribers, nnil Is for the sule of stock, grain and encli things on the drough more than any other kind farm as the tanner cunnot alTord to adver- of grass. ADMINISTRATOR SALE- -- FARMER'S ! Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. TOO MUCH OVE I Y , - SE5T-M- . No Dispute . V - - to-wn- ;- trj I :l m oxh4 ay e The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. r" I wy -- - ELLO! CS trlI Beazley Haselden? YES. to-bae- co Do you write Fire and Tornado SURANCE? rsrrgtwrarTvm'r al bull-cal- "-' I HENS CIS. ar J s J) Roosters 4 to 44cts. Younsr Ducks 7 to 8c to 12 cts. Eggs, Spring Chickens 9 to lOcts. Turkeys Sets. Coal from 0 to 3cts c more del. BETSY'S POINTERS in yard. I ,' '-- 1 cn I -. w hay-feve- Commissioner ' s Sale Of Land. H. B. NORTHCOTT, DEPOT STREET. LAN f A Q T5 w K Commissiener' s Sale Of Land. 1 4 2MH.-191- bt-ing '. L-r- r- - u t. . s y COMBINED SHOWS And Big ny-ptove-d to-wi- t; Double you-hav- a Travelling ra'jnt. Sensation the -5 A Herd of Musical Elephants. "TMTVm TOTVm" JlNUr LJKJLWJ THE KIRBY FAMILY Monuments BEST MATERIAL. 1-- m to-da- Si new-lin- e r 3 ',.. 1-- at were-high- ly WBmmfflH!&m 250 d, Melijlpij fl ra ifrl Red Top The Woman's Tonic on 1 Japanese. Bareback Rider. 500 o Asphalt Granite Roofing and RARE WILD ANIMALS. 20 20. Is r Foster-Milbur- " Grand Free Street atlOa Afternoon at 2Night at 8. ASK YOUR DEALER a Haselden Bros. r . 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