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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 1, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911090101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 1, 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. A jV 4 Vv THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1911. Ckinn Wins Nomination. The Ladies Aid Society of Gun's ChapIce George P. Chinn, son el Methodist Chuch, will have an of Col. Jack Cream Supper at the church yard, Sat- Chinn, was nominated for the legislaurday evening, September 2nd, from ture by the democrats of Mercer counEverybody invited. J ty in a primary 5:30 to 10 o'clock. last Saturday. He defeated his opponent, F. P. McGarvey Will Build Residence. by 509 votes. Mr. Theodore Curry has broken Must Have Had 'Em ground for a residence on Richmond street on what is know as the "Irve Down at Harrodsburg last Thursday Miller" lot, Mr. Curry hopes to com- during a shower of rain, a lot of small plete his residence before cold weather. red lizards fell, so says the Herald. If it were not that we know it is in dry Fair, Fair, Fair, territory, we would inquire what brand All persons interested in the future they were drinking down there. of the Lancaster Fair will meet at the Road Work Discontnued. county court room in Lancaster Ky., on Saturday afternoon Sept., 9th at Because of the continued dry weather 2 o'clock to discuss plans for the or- the county machinery was compelled to ganization of a permanent Garrard quit operating on the Richmond pike. Everybody They have completed the road as far as county Fair Association. invited to be present. Mr. A. R. Denny's farm, and as they were compelled to haul water from Dr. Brother Rucker Gets Fooled. Burnett's pond at the Conn place, it was deemed advisable to wait for rain Elsewhere in this issue will be found an interesting communication from our before continuing. As soon as we have good friend, Mr. I, C. Rucker of Paint sufficient rainfall the road will be comLick. Mr. Rucker tells of his visit to pleted to the Madison county line. the Sanger Circus, and he evidently, as Negroes Tried. did many more of our susceptible citizens In the county court last Thursday fell a prey to the wiles of the female impersonator who acted as an usher David Denny had his examining trial for the gentlemen who entered the for the cutting of Mont Kavanaugh at tent, and they never discovered that Adamstbwn a few weeks ago. He was held over in the sum of $200. bond to SHE was a man. await the action of the grand jury, in Mike Conn Married. default of which he will remain in jail. Sam Davis, who carved up Fred EmIn the list of marriage licenses issued erson, alias ''Pottsie" during the colpublished in the Lexington Herald appears "M. 0. Conn" and Margaret ored fair was given one hundred days Both of the injured Skeen. Diligent inquiry upon the part at hard labor. darkies were able to appear against of the Record failed to get the partic- NUMBER 21. Patrons Of The Lancaster Graded School. The sixteenth session of the Lancas- 55 ter Graded School will begin Monday September 4th. according to present intentions. The friends and patrons of the school are cordially invited to be present at the simple opening exercis- m o ip2 Plumbing Equipment For Every Requirement. pc Is your present plumbing equipment exactly suited to the needs of your household, and is it as sanitary and efficient as it should be? If not, it would be to your profit to have, us install 1$tdftfr tentative grade assignments have been made as follows: 1st A. and B. grades.. .Miss Brashear. 2nd. A. and B. and 3rd B. ..Miss Dean. 3rd A. and 4th A. and B. ..Miss Ander son. 5th A. and B Mrs. Darnold. 6th. B. and 7th. A. and B...Miss Smith. 8th. A. and B Miss West. According to this division each teach er will have an average of 43 pupils if 1st B. or the primer grade, approxi es. The Monday is Labor Day. The banks will close and the postoffice will observe The East End Mills have been sold holiday hours. by its proprietors, Messrs Sanders & Schooler to Burnside & Robinson and Eld F. M. Tinder will fill his pulpit at Mr. Terry Hagan. Possession will not the Christian church Sunday Morning be given until January 1st. Mr Hagan September 3rd. has sold his farm on the Lancaster pike H. T. Logan has a tailor with him to Mr. Lem Whitaker, the gate manuFriday and Saturday of this week, facturer of this city. Richmond Regstop in and see the new styles. ister. East End Mills Sold. Republicans Choose A New Chairman. guaranteed fixtures. This line of sanitary ware is made in such a wide range of sizes and designs that we can supply fixtures to suit Republican Committee Monday afternoon Mr. A. B. Estridge tendered his resignation as Chairman of that body, which was accepted and Mr W. CWinn was chosen to succeed him. Mr Winn is a prominent farmer of the Paint Lick section, and is an of the Money due Jurors for June term of court is now ready. At a meeting of the Garrard county F. G. Hurt T. J. F. Miss Willie B. Henry and Forest D. Ross both of near Spoonville, this county were quietly married at the courthouse Wednesday afternoon by Judge Ford. The happy young couple left at once for their home. Horses and Mules. Land Sales. the most exacting tastes. J liSSJfrrTr TV r ' mates 25. Kentucky legislature. Mr. R. B. Shuman of Monticello Fla, Hereafter the primer division will only spend one year in 1st grade in stead of two as heretofore. By means of this classification a pupil in the grades is promoted every 4 months, at midterm an 8th A pnpil becomes a 9th gaade member and an 8th B. becomes an 8th. A. This classification greatly aids the equable division of the pupils among the several teachersr. The mode of division will be explained Monday by the principal or any grade teacher. The grades of the High School will be conducted in the usual On Monday Dr. plumbing to know in dependable? Let us give you an estimate on installing tjutdawT hmrp (riiaran t.fd Would you like to advance mai your plumbing would be r- - nrFPM nlvrr1 Commissioner court, sold a tract of land containing 110J acres at mouth of Back Creek belonging to the estate of the late of the Garrard circuit to buy a car load of horses and mules. Another Automobile. J. A. Amon. Master will be in Lancaster Tuesday Sept, 5th. ware. HASELDEN BROS. Wholesale and Retail HARDWARE. Cyrus Sanders. Burton Sanders and Arthur Hager became the purchasers at $50. per acre. The Commissioner also sold a tract comprising 17 acres on Sugar Creek belonging to the Simpson heirs, Milo Simpson being the purchaser for $401. manner. The 375 acre farm on White Lick The excellent school spirit of Lan- Creek belonging to tne late J. M. caster is to be commended and it is heirs was offered for sale hoped that the teaching may ever have by Mr. G. T. Higginbotham, and as he your active symyathetic received an offer of only $45. per acre Yours very truly, for it he withdrew it from the market. J. L. Riley, Principal. The land will be offered privately. A Day Off To Lancaster. T. B. just purchased a White Steamer boulevard. Burnam Ledford Improving. Mr. David Hurt is the latest addition to the list of automobilsts. He ha3 runa- bout and will now disport himself on the recently constructed Richmond The mmy friends of Mr. C. B. Ledford who recently underwent a serious operation at the Lancaster Hospital will be glad to know that he 13 greatly improved and that he hopes to leave the hospital this week and return to his home and business ulars further than that they were married. Mike Owsley Conn is the second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Conn and resides at Wilmore Ky. to which place he and his parents moved from this county, and Mike is engaged in the grocery and meat market business. ' their assailants. Election at Manse. Commissioners Named Walker'sill Probated. Drought Partialy Relieved. fFALL y 1 TMIHG Arvonini uim ouic vicmiiy trtrl Csl $ Friday and Saturday SEPTEMBER lst-2n- d, ?11 I Hft Firm of hlpDarfirru1s: from the well known Tailoring We will have with us on the above mentioned dates a special representative L. E. Hays WINTER SUITS. Co., Cincinnati, who will make display and take measures for FALL and Give this great line a look and see the new styles for FALL 1 Jas. W- - Smith. K HOUSE OF QUALITY. 5 xooooooooooooooooooooox I i u u In order to cut down my large stock of I i Dips, Harness & fapu you can get some low down prices, for a short time. W. J. y . Romans- - At the meeting of the State Board of Election Commissioners held in Frankfort on last Saturday Mr. J. Fleece Robinson was named as the Democratic and Mr. R. H. Batson as the RepubliRepublican Speaking. can commissioners for Garrard .county. Hon. Edwin P. Morrow, United States In eight counties in the state there District Attorney for the eastern dis- were such warm factional fights in the trict of Kentucky and nephew of Sena- Republican ranks that no commission-ner- s were named, and the commission tor Bradley will speak at the court Friday Sebt. 8th will fmeet again on September 6th to house in Lancaster on at one o'clock. Mr. Morrow is one of name commissioners for these counties. town Richmond street las, and is improving wonderfully a number of sub the best speakers in the republican Another Killing In Danville. stantial, good, beautiful residence goparty and was a strong tip for GoverOn last Saturday afternoon in the ing up, some appeared to be finished: nor, but refused to become a candidate. A large crowd of Garrard County re- yards of the Q & C railroad in Danville street and pavements nice and good and publicans will no doubt be on hand on Yardmaster Thomas J. Fitzgerald was up to date. Next I drove out to Mr. the above named date to hear the sil- so badly beaten over the head with a Alex Walkers, a Bro Miller, and asked club that he died as a result of his in- permission to hitcti my horse in his lot, ver tongued orator. juries. William P. Nichols, a switch- but no sir, hitching my horse in his lot man, is in jail charged with the crime. was not the thing for him. Took him County Court. Fitzgerald was 37 year of age and was out, put him in his stable, fed him corn Monday was an unusually .quiet county married, and was from Waverly N Y., and oats and gave him a good drink of court day in so far as business was where his remains were sent. Nichols pure water. Next up town among old concerned. There was a very large Difficulty At Paint Lick. refuses to discuss the matter, He is acquantinces, and when dinner time crowd here, and a goodly number of to hide out to keep about 40 years of age and is from Cor-bi- n came I simply had On last Saturday morning a report plug horses, mules and mule colts, but from imposing on my good friends who was circulated .that a killing had taken Ky. very few changed hands. Everybody would simply have me take dinner or place in Paint Lick. Sheriff Ballard seemed to be here for the purpose of Suicide at Crab Orchard. hide out Then last but not least I and County Attorney Robinson iminspecting the market, and to see what Combined mediately went to the scene and when Pike-vill- e went out to see the Sangers M. J. Auxier and attorney of stock and farm products were going to Show; after getting my ticket I enter they reached there found a mountain Ky. who had been under treatbe worth rather than to do any imme ment at a sanatarium at Crab Orchard ed the big tent and agreably surprised had grown out of a mole hill. The diate trading. There was no cattle at Ky. suicided last Saturday by opening was I to have a nice young lady of the foundation for the rumor was a difficulty the pens, the weather being too dry the arteries of his left arm with the show to escort me to my seat, on leav between John Foley a blacksmith who for the drovers to bring them through blade of a safety razor. Thirty minutes ing she chucked me under the chin and formerly lived here, his wife and son the country. before the deed was committed he had seemed to wish me a good time. So I on one side and a man named John been given treatment by a physician, spent a very pleasant day in Lancaster Waddle on the other. It seems that Gooch Rihhals. Your old friend but so violent was the flow of blocd indeed. Waddle and Mrs Foley had had prevNews has been received here of the from his wound that within the short I. C. Rucker. ious trouble over the boy Isaiah Foley, the marriage of Mr. Roy Gooch, son of time the bed clothing was soaked with and it is claimed that this was renewed W. R. Gooch, who is now located at blood and pools had formed on the floor. New Tobacco Plans. and that the boy secured a shot gun Harriman, Tenn., and Miss Ruby Rib- Auxier is survived by a wife and severand discharged its contents into WadPresident Clarence LeBus is seeking bals, of that city. ITtoey were married al small children who had but a few dle, eighty bird shot taking effect in Friday and left immediately for a days previous left Crab Orchard for to establish a $2,500,000 plant for the last purpose of handling the burley tobacco various parts of his anatomy. It was trip to Louisville and other points. Mr their home in Pikeville. output of the statev He has proposed charged that Foley aided and abetted Gooch is employed in a jewelry store the boy in his action. The officers arf, to Mr. J. B. Haggan, Master of in Harriman and has made many friends Short Of Water. a proposition that he, Mr. LeBus, rested the Foleys and brought them to in that city since gning there. He is a Supt Herron of the .Water Works place his crop of 300 acres and that Mr. town, and as Waddle was unable to aphustling young business man and his pear, the trial was postponed until Monfriends here wish he and his bride receivedja telegram from Supt. Ander- Haggin place his 500 acres in the day. Before Judge Ford Monday son of the L. & N. at Paris Sunday poolas a nucleus around whice the promuch happiness. Somerset Times. Mr. Isaiah Foley was held to the grand jury Mr Gooch is well known here where stating that they desired to have at posed plan shall be formed. under $500. bond, in default of which he was formerly associated with Mr. F. least four trains daily to take water at Haggin has the matter, which Mr. Le- he went to jail. Mrs Foley was given this station. Mr Herron was compelled Bus reduced to writing under considP. Frisbie in the jewelry business. to inform him that this could not be eration. The plan proposed by Mr. Le- a $50. fine which the court gave her done, not because we did not have the Bus is tnat the growers in the burley until Saturday to settle. John Foley Land Brings Good Price. It seems that the water, but because we cannot foresee district pool their acreage for ten years was Mr. Jesse B. Parks, who a few years when we will have'enough rain to re- the pooling being recorded so as to good people of Paint Lick are bothered this kind ago purchased 175 acres of the J. Wade plenish the present supply of water at render it binding on all parties, the to- a good deal withbe afforded of lawlessness and should on the Richmond pike the lake. .some kind Walker farm bacco then to be put.together, the landmiles southeast of Paint Lick, of police protection. three Could Lancaster's water supply be in- owners to take 25 per cent of tne enpaying $75. per acre therefor, has sold creased and rendered proof against ex- tire crop or 50 per cent of their one that farm to Center Bros, of Clay coun- haustion, there is little doubt but that half interest in stock in a company to ty for $125. per acre, possession to be the L. & N. would establish a water- be known as a manufacturing company given on January 1, 1912. This is second ing station at this point, which would or in other words they would turn over in quality to no farm in Garrard county insure many dollars of revenue yearly that amount of tobacco or its equivalAt the time Mr. Parks purchased the to tl.e city; ent, the idea being, if possible to manfarm it was unimproved, but he has erufacture all the tobacco so pooled. Paint lick Postoffice Robbed. ected on it two dwellings and a barn, By this arrangement the manufacand has made many improvements, On the night of the 23rd inst what turing company would have, President notwithstanding which he will realize a is thought to have been professionel LeBus points out, of ali the handsome profit by his sale. It is to cracksmen robbed the postoffice at tobacco pooled with which to commence be hoped that Mr. Parks will pnrchase Paint Lick Ky., securing stamps and business. The manufacturing company property elsewhere in the county and stamped paper and postoffice money to would then pay the market price for all remain with us, as he is one of Gar- the amount of $424.50, $71.60 in money or any part of the other three-fourtI rard's most substantial citizens. order money and about $20.00 in cash remaining, and manufacture it also if belonging to the postmaster, Mr. A. the business justified. Any part that School Opening. B. Estridge, also some valuable papers could not be used by the factory would The sixteenth session of the Garrard of Mr,. Estridge. That gentleman be sold to the best advantage on the county Graded Schools Jopens Monday, places his invidual loss, including dam- open market or privately and by this September 4th, and it is expected that age to safe and property at $250. The system the company could build up, he the attendence will exceed that of any thieves broke the lock on Conn's shop points out a good trade in the manufacof the former years. The school build near the scene of the robbery and se- ture of tobacco. Under such a plan, President LeBus points ings have been thoroughly overhauled cured tools" with which they prized open and painted, inside and out, the grounds the rear door, they then blew the safe out, it would be impossible for the "Toand all surroundings' placed in first class doors. Two reports were heard at bacco Trust" to "squeeze" the manucondition, and everything points to one about lv o'clock in the morning. Mr. facturing company, or put it out of of the most prosperous years in the his Estridge at once wired to Lexington business for the reason that the factory tory of Garrard county's splendid for the dogi? and Mr. Mullikin came would have an income of one fourth of over with them in an auto; the dogs all the tobacco pooled each year for school. ten years, which would enable it to con Professor Riley and his splendid corps readily struck the trail from the to Conn's shop and back, and tinue in business until it did make a of teachers are already busy figuring out the grades and preparing the order thence across the bridge into Madison, success and become a profitable enter of the conducting of the new school and where the cash drawer was found be prise. by'the time the opening bell taps every hind a stone wall. Here the trail was Since the above plan was suggested tiling will be in readiness and no time lost and it is presumed the theivestook it has met with much encouragement will be wasted in the usual prelimi- an automobile, as one was heard to go among the large tobacco growers of ,r the state, and President LeBus is of naries. Elsewhere in this issue will be toward Richmond about half honr the reports wereeard which sup- the opinion that it will meet with ultifound Prof. Riley's assignment of his 1 mate success. posedly blew the" safe. teachers for the coming school term. Having a day off concluded to spend it in Lancaster among my old friends and acquantancei The first thing very noticeable was the excellent new pike which is completed from the town to A. R. Denny's home, a fraction over four miles, it is sure a dandy and is a credit to the parties that are making it and the county that is having it done, so, let the good work go on until completed from Lancaster to the Paint Lick bridge regardless of cost, next on entering the In the county court Monday the Will of the late T. B. Walker was offered &r probate. Judge Lewis L. Walker and John F. Walker were named as executors, John F. Walker declined to qualify and Judge Walker took the oath and executed bond iu the sum of $25,000 as executor. Mr. Walker left his property in accordance with the laws of descent and distribution of the state of Kentucky, with the exception that he willed that the executor should have the right to sell the real estate if necessary for the purpose of paying his debts, and that the residue of the proceeds of said sale should be treated as real estate. Mr. Walker, besides a goodly amount of other personalty, left $2000. life insurance and his large farm in the outskirts of town. Messrs J. S. Johnson, W. F. Champ and J. W. Sweeney were appointed as appraisers of the estate. Rain has fallen within the past week all over the county in sufficient quantities to be of great help to the growing crops, especially late corn and tobacco, and in some places the down fall has served to start the springs and creeks. However we can stard a lot more of it as there is a scarcity of stock water in many regions. Bargain Sale. A very desirable home in residence portion Lancaster, 9 room dwelling two acres of land, shady and desirable, plenty of fruit, water in house, out building good. Bargain of your life, if sold within the next 30 days full information apply to Ed C. Gains. Terms easy The Insurance man. New Insurance Firm. Mr. Jas. B. Collier has purchased the interest of Mr. J. S. Haselden in the firm of Beazley & Haselden. The style of the new firm is Beazley & Collier. Mr Collier is well known to nearly every person in this county having been in business here for several years. They will continue to write insurance as heretofore and their office is at the same place. It goes without saying that they will continue the good business of the old firm. Mr. Haselden hasn't decided as yet what business he will go into but we hope not to lose him from our town. Good Man Announces L.O. Elm-dor- d. In this issue of the paper will te found the announcement of Mr. Walton E. Moss for Magistrate in the first district of Garraad County. Mr. Moss is well and favorably known by nearly every democrat in the county having moved here twelve years ago from Franklinton, N. C. where he wa3 born. He came here a young man and married Miss Eudoxia Moss, a daughter of Mr. W. B. Moss. He is one of the leading farmers of this county and is a fine business man as every one who knows him is bound to say. He is a good democrat and while he never run for an office before he has always voted the democratic ticket and had the best interest of the party at heart If elected to this office Mr. Moss will guard well the interest of the people. one-four- th Fill FOB SALE hs post-offi- ce privately for sale, the farm belonging to the late T. B. Walker just east of and adjoining the city limits of Lancaster, Ky., containing about 260 acres. Thiols one of the very best farms in Garrard County. will offer af-te- Lewis X. Walker, Executory jF . :, rr.r --- - f '- -. -- . TheCentral Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a yeak. GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Entered at the Tost Ofllce in Lancaster, Ky. Mail Matter. as Second-Cliis- a Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky.f September 1, 1911. Rates For Political Announcements For For For For For For Precinct and City Offices ....$ 5.00 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 Obituaries, per line Democratic Ticket. For Governor James B. McCreary. For Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott For Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. For Auditor Public Accounts Henry M. Bosworth. For Secretary of State lius. C. F. Crece- - For Attorney General James Garnett For State Superintendent of Schools Barksdale Hamlett. For Commissioner Agriculture J W. Newman. For Clerk Court of Appeals R. L. Greene. Railroad Commissioner W. F. For Klair. For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. For Representative John M. Farra from Garrard Co. ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Clay ton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. authorized to announce Beazley as a candidate for James A. County Judge of Garrard county, sub ject to the action of the Democratic We are 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. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson 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. We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomination of Assessor of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. B. Collier as a candidate for the nomination for assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Huffman for a candidate for assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Magistrate. are authorized to announce John N. White as a candidafe for Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We. We are authorized to announce Walton E. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. The Water Problem. Lancaster is face to face with two serious and self evident propositions. The first one is one that will admit of no argument; and we will dismiss it with the mere statement of the fact:-Ou- r water supply is BAD, not from point of quantity, but quality; the water is unfit for any domestic use, to say nothing of drinking, the water can be used for sprinkling, and for fire purposes and there its usefulness ends. The second and more serious problem is that in the very near future our water supply must be increased. The droughts are becoming more serious each year, the drain upon the capacity of the resorvoir in increasing each year, 14 taps have been made on the main since January 1st, the public demand for water, both in quantity and quality is increasing each year; had we assurance of an inexhausible supply of pure water, more industries would locate with us, ice plants, laundry and various other enterprises, which the limited supply now precludes. The present system of water works was placed in operation on January, 15, 1904; the resorvoir as originally constructed had a capacity of 20,000,000 gallons, the dam was 650 feet in length and 25 feet high, and was constructed, "titration plant, site and all complete, at a cost of $24,000. for which the & city voted'bondafii, The bond issue ca'r-- 1 animous in there- - opposition to the ried a proviso that "the taxation shonld treaty, but unfortunately for the a sinking fund, of $800. per position, ,thermarketgardeners are sadly year for thirty years for the redemp in the minority. l A Cml Waf Vet" Tofe " tion of the bonds, and for the payment A meeting of all persons in the counof the interest thereon. At the time By F. A. MITCHEL of this bond issue the taxation was ties of Eastern Kentucky who are in favor of. the breaking up of lawless- nlaced at the extreme limit, and the Copyright by American P'resi Association. 1911. nnna urTiioh y,cm mom tJina pnnhlpd tn ness in that section is called at Jackson go to the in Breathitt county for October 9th. raise was not sufficient to river, as a grert many people argue It is thought a system of "Rangers" "Jinks," said one of a party of civil should have been done in the beginning, such as are used in Texas to patrol war veterans to a comrade, whose bald At this time things are diffierent, tak- the lawless section will be adopted. head shot out a few spears of white ing the bonds that have been redeemed hair and 'icse gums always met together with the increased valuation Thirty minutes after three thousand when he closed his jaws, "why didn't of the taxable property within the pounds of dynamite had been discharg- you never git married?" city since the erection of the water ed under the direction of C. W. Post in Jinks uncrossed his legs, recrossed wnrlfs if- nlnrp.q if within our nower to ' Texas to produce rain, copious showers them the other way and said: vote n sufficient amount of monev to fel1' six hours thereafter a heavy rain "There's a romance in my life." an ;nex' set in and the drought waa completely n tn niwivor nnrl cpciir "A romance! You don't mean to say haustible amount of pure fresh water, broken- - The rain continued for hours there's any romance or ever has been to you." be that will answer all purposes for all The campaign to raise $40,000 for In you! It wouldn't like nafr'l now, no I am "I wasn't always time to come. the purpose of completing "Lincoln more'n you fellers. I was sleek enough There are two methods which have Way" through Hardin county has re- when we was fighting Johnny Rebs." been suggested for making this ex"Well, tell us about your romance." in the raising of near $34000., tension, the first one sounds mighty sulted "It began when we wus goin' up that and the balance will easily be raised good, if it could be done: it is that the long slant at Ferdcricksburg. If ever present water plant be sold to some and the building of the road is assured. there was a place particularly cal'cl'at-e- d men and have plenty private party or parties, and the At a special election to amend their of to mow down thaflnclined plane money realized therefor put into a time to do it, charter in Knoxville Tenn. last Satur- - takes the cake. It's nearly fifty year system or sewerage for the city, this is iday the commission form' of govern- - since we was led up there, and nobody a splendid idea if it could be done. ment was adopted by a vote of 10 to 1. hain't yit found out who was responThe second suggestion is that we sible. Mr. Lincoln warn't no soldier, run a four inch main from the present' . but If he'd seen he'd known It was ln January 1912. resorvoir to Dix River, a distance of a good slaughter pen and uothin' else. about 1 miles, establish an auxiliary Harry N. Atwood who won the cham- "Me and Bob Aker was trudgin' pumping station at the river and pump pionship tit'e among airmen forhisflight along side by side, expectin' either one tne water through an niter- - from St. Louis to New York netted or t'other would drop. Wo was bosom ing plant to be erected at the present only $6,000. from his perilous venture, friends. All of a suddiut Bob pitched water works site, and then on into j forward. I dropped out and bent over bad time before he fell town. This pumping station need be onions sets, hill him. lie just For SALE-on t'other side to stretch out a band only during the summer onions and white clover honev. maintained with a ring ou it and say: months, as the lake would furnish pure Walton E. Moss. Phone 354F " 'Take it to Sue and tell her I want and wholesome water in sufficient her to marry you intead of me.' quantities for all purposes during the For Sale "I pulled the ring off his linger, and winter. We shall not attempt to go he died while I was n doiu' it. Slippiu 38J acres of land, well improved on into details or to deal with facts and pike, two miles from Lancaster, well the thing on my own finger, I got up figures as to the relative cost of conand hurried along to my regiment, struction or maintainance of this aux- watered. Price right, call on James P. though even in this short time the place where we'd been was as wide as a iliary pumping station and extension Bourne, Lancaster, Ky. church door. of the water facilities, but a casual Only a "Bob had had plenty of time to tell estimate places the cost within the They were discussing a United me all that was necessary, for he'd limit of $10,000, and we believe that it States senator who had been a railme the rest often before. Laws, road attorney before be became a told would be money well spent. how the boy did talk about that gal! There is no doubt but that the presnt statesman and who. many thoucht She was the loveliest thing on earth, water plant has not only proven a had not given up bis job when he as so good, so gentle, so lovin'. Then he sumed blessing to the town, but it has paid a man his toga. "It's all rot!" said would say: nearly kills mo to think who knows the senator. "He for itself many times over in the never was a railroad attorney except that I may git killed down here and amount of property that it has saved to go out and try damage cases. Why. somo other fellcr'll take my place with from fire. all that man ever waa was a cow her. If any man does I want you to be her husband, Bill. If I knew she This question is one that is rapidly coroner!" was goin' to you it wouldn't seem so forcing itself upon us, and is one that bad.' He'd often showed me the ring cannot be neglected. The time is comThe Political Campaign Is On. she'd given him, and he'd given her ing, and rapidly when something MUST one ln exchange. Who will be the winners? Read the be done, and twe see noVeason why the "I was powerful affected by all this, question should not be taken up now, DAILY COURIER-JOURNAseein' Bob killed right beside mo and without waiting until stern necessity and keep thoroughly informed tne reg- - his turnin' the gal he couldn't have himself over to me. I tell you I was forces it upon us. ular price of the Daily Courier-JournThis article is prompted by the ire- - is ou cents a montn, out lor tne cam- - all broke up." The old man took out his handkerquent complaint heard from our citi- - paign we will send the Daily by mail zens as to the quality of the water, from date of receipt of subscription chief, blew his nose and incidentally touched his eyes with the wipe. and the desire upon their part to have nntil December 30 the "Oh, don't get maudlin', Jinks!" increased facilities, as well as good CENTRAL RECORD "I came out o' that slaughter all water. one year both for only $2.00 the sooner right, and as soon as I'd got Bob a We do not desire to advance or sug you send your order, the longer you trifle out o' my mind I fell to dreamin' gest any theory as to how the matter . will get the Daily Courier-Journa- l. o his gal. I'd go over plans to break the should be handled, it is immaterial to Sunday Courier-Journis not included news of Bob's message and all about It. I wondered if I could persuade her us as to what method should be used cr . in this campaign offer. what plan should be adopted, but we Rush your subscription to this paper to take me instead o' Bob and how long I'd be it. There'd be lots do believe from the many remarks not to the Courier-Journa- l. o' delicacy required, and I didn't know that we have heard upon the subject how a rough chap like me could git No Need To Stop Work. that the question should be no longer down to It. The only thing 1 could do neglected, and that some means should When your doctor orders you to stop would be to do the best I could. I be adopted for the increase of our work, it staggers you. "I can't you kind a thort that a good deal depended present water supply, and that some say. You know you are weak, run on my gittin the gal, for 1 had some effort should be made to give us pure down and failing in health, day by day, hold on her Bob had made the reT and wholesome water throughout the duc yon must worK as long as you can questand didn't have a hold on any other gal and no prospect o' havin' entire year. stand, What you need is Electric Bit any other hold. ters to give tone, strength, ana vigor "The war ended at last, and I'd 'a' to your system, to prevent breakdown gone straight to Bob's gal, The Ticket And The Platform. but I was and build you up. Don't be weak, mustered out far from her home, and The more the work of the Demo- sickly or ailing when Electric Bitters I didn't have no money to buy a ticket cratic Convention is studied the more will benefit you from the first dose, with. Besides, I was out at the seat it appeals to thinking people every- Thousands- - bless them for their glori o' the britches. So I had to go to where. The platform adopted was an ous health and strength. Try them. work to git the cash. Of course when expression of the will of the Demo- Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. I got a place I couldn't git my employer to let me go off courtin' a gal crats of the State, the majority of Only 50c atR. E. McRoberts& Son. whose heart was like enough buried delegates believing that the party down ln Virginia. Anyway, I didn't should take an advanced stand on all "Jockey Row" A Nuisance. like to ask him, and so I kep' public questions. It would have been A gentleman whose place of business the thing off and puttin' it off till a an easy matter for the candidate to number of years went by. All this have dodged every troublesome issue is on "jockey row," or the street used time I was pinin' for the wife that I that the campaign presents, but they for that purpose, in conversation with was expectin' to git." "By gum. Jinks, you air giviu' us a boldly faced every situation and frank- a Record representative on Tuesday ly and sincerely put themselves on was loud in his denunciation of that romance, aln'i you?" "It was ten years before I got round record so that there conld be no ques- thoroughfare and its habitues, and stated that he would at the next meet to goin' to give Bob Afeers' message. tion where they stand. Even the highmighty well the day I "I est court in the land finds itself divided ing of the City Council apply for some wentremember to the town she lived ln, a vilon important questions of law, and it relief. He said that a conglomerate lage in a valley. I found the house, a natnrally follows that more than a gang of both blacks and whites congre little cottage with wistaria" thousand delegates from every section gated there on county court day and "Oh. cut out them embellishments." "There was a man standin' ou the of the State, all influenced by the con- made life miserable for everv body in dition of affairs in their particular lo- the neighborhood, that they exchanged corner, with his hands in his pockets, cality, should hold different views on everything from a broken b laded pock- chawln' tobaccer. I went up to him, public questions. But after a thor- et knife to a thirty five cent finger and to open conversation I asked him for a chaw. He give it to me. and ough discussion in the Committee on tailed horse, and that it was a place of then I asked If he knew Bob's gal. He Resolutions and upon the floor of the refuge for all the bootleggers and said he'd known her ever since she Convention, the majority of the Demo- whiskey drinkers that came to town on was knee high to a duck. Then I told dis him that I was beside Bob Akers crats adopted the platform that be- that day. All of which served-t- o courage sober, quiet citizens irom visvbeD he was killed and he had sent comes the party doctrine, and every iting that locality for the transaction l ring and a message by me. true Democrat must feel himself bound -- " 'What was the message?' of business, or any other purpose. the man to support it. "Jockey Row" has long been a thorn lskcd. The rule of the majority is a Demo"I kind o' wanted to get somebody cratic doctrine as old as the party it- in the side of our City Council, and has io help me carry this load o' romance many times been moved from place to self. In no other way can the party that was breakln' me down, so I show-a- d speak, and after it has once" spoken its place, and it seems that it an unwel him the ring and told him the hull enunciation becomes the inviolate law. come guest anywhere, and will have to story. He jlst faced me and stood lot king into my eyes, and I knew that Men will naturally differ as to what is be abolished completely. Bomep'n was workln' in his mind. wise or unwise in a strenuous campaign " 'Young man,' he said, impressive-likeAsleep. for high offices. If there were unanimity 'Bob Akers' girl married me a of opinion there would be no interest, He is sleeping sweetly now. month before Bob was killed. If you and the party would die of inanition. Not one care upon his brow; want to give her the ring and relieve Vigorous discussion is necessary to In his eyes no fever burning, me I hain't no objection to your doin' not only, reveal the merits, but the de- In no eager yearning: it. You may have fought In the wur, merits of vexed questions of public Both his hands are quiet, dear, but you can't wrastle with her no man can.' " policy. A man feels better when he And there is no crystal tear "For heaven's sake. Jinks, Is that has fought a matter out with his friend Oh his cheek; the night is sweet your romance?" or his enemy, and generous men are To the quiet of his feet. "He's made it out of whole cloth. always willing to concede victory to He is sleeping over calm The reason he hain't got a wife Is the man who has overthron them. 'cause he couldn't git one." In the perfume and the balm When the personal feeling that is That must bring to him at last always shown in political assemblages All the pageants of the past dies out,anditis happily already on the In their bright procession winding IF I HAD ECZEMA. 3 wane, there can be but one opinion Down the vales beyond all finding about the State platform aud the nomithose who sleep with I'd wash it away with that mild, nees of the Democratic 'party, and But.to the dreamless years him Where are dim. soothing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle, that is that together they form the He is sleeping softly now. strongest argument ever made for 25c Relieves all kinds of skin trouble, With no wrinkle on his brow. Democratic success. cleansing away the impurities and All we lived for there he lies, With the slumberon his eyes, clearing up the complexion as nothing Spellbinders in Canada are busy Everlasting! Let him sleep, else can. making speeches against the adoption Do not murmur, do not weep! Yes, If I had any kind ot Bkin trou of the Reciprocity treaty, but are Think, my darling, of the tears meeting with" but indifferent success. He will know not through the years! ble I'D USE D. D. D. R. E. The market gardners are almost un- & Son. Baltimore Sun. j - ', : ; m & lFrSTi J Jifiks'RbmaRce IPubliic Sale. As administrator of Patsy Noel, deceased) I will on, SATURDAY SEP 9, 11 at the old Noel home stead, in Garrard County, Ky.-- . at "2 p.m. '.sell to the high est and best bidder, the following prop V r?3XCS33CS3X&e k AND , , erty to-wi- t: TWO TRACTS OF LAND HEATING PLUMBING. We use the pest material the market affords. Let us make you an estimate on your wants. 3- Tract No. 1 lies in Garrard Couritv near Potts Mill, near the old Noel place and contains 60 acres more or less. This property has a good dwelling, 2 good barns and ever lasting water. Tract No near contains 65 acres more or less. This property has a good dwelling, tobacco barn and everlasting water. This is all good tobacco land. 2 lies in Madison Edenton Post Office and County, I Terms made known on day of sale. 2t-p- d R. L. NOEL, Admr. . Public Sale. Having decided to move to Richmond I will on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6, 1911, 10 o'clock A. M. offer for sale pubat licly my farm of 233.9S acres situated It miles from Silver Creek Station, 3 miles from Kirksville, and 7 miles from Richmond, Ky. This farm is well improved and as productive land as there is in the county, well watered. It has on it a nice 8 room house, a good barn and all necessary a good orchard; all but 40 acres of the farm is in grass. I also offer for sale at the same time and place a lot of mules, horses, stock of all kinds, farming implements, Household and kitchen furniture. TERMS made known on day of sale. Any one desiring to look over the place, and will notify me, will be glad to meet you at Silver Creek. J. T. JONES, R R 2, Richmond, Ky. Long Tom Chenault, Auct. out-buildin- i - te rrrrrrrrrr Hill 0t Cow-Corone- r. 01 We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. ADMINISTRATOR SALE- - i I it On Saturday, Sep. 2, 1911, at 9 A. M. I will sell the property of Almira Wearren deceased Viz; 43 acres of land 6 miles of Lancaster on Buckeye turnpike, good house and barn, 2 hen houses, smoke house, coal and buggy house, shop, 2 good wells, cistern, 3 lasting springs, milk house and the best of sand stone land in fine GONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. state of fertility. L al I Also personalty consisting of 1 family horse, 2 jersey cows, buggy and harness, good lot of house hold and kitchen furniture and numerous other things W. O. Wearren. (Adms. Public Sale. of Land, Stock And Crops And Rental of Land. Having made arrangements to move to Texas, I will on SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2nd 1911 offer for sale to the highest bidder 40 acres of land located near Lexington pike 4$ miles North of Lancaster. This land faces the County road, is good strong land about J in grass balance in corn and tobacco, never failing water and two tenant houses on the land, At the same time and place will rent to the highest bidder for the year 1912 the balance of my farm consisting of 100 acres, with dwelling and two good barns, 25 acres to go in wheat, 25 acres to go in corn and balance in grass. Possession January 1st 1912. At the same time and place will sell the following personal property towit: Two large aged work mules, 1 good family mare, 1 combined 4 d mare, 5 splendid milch cows, 1 yearling heifer I yearling steer, 1 steer calf, 1 sow and II shoats, 1 fat sow, 41 ewes and 2 bucks, farming implements consisting of 1 binder, 1 mowing machine, 1 hay rake, 2 plows, 1 cultivator, 1 cutting harrow, 2 horse corn planter, 1 one horse corn planter, 1 cider mill, 1 wheat drill 2 corn shellers, set of blacksmith tools, 2 two horse wagons, 1 iurey, 2 buggies, 50 bushels of seed wheat, 2o bushels of seed rye, 1 stack of hay, also household and kitchen furniture, 1 piano, 1 air tight heating stove and other things too numerous to mention. Also 40 acres of corn in the field. 500 feet of poplar boxing. 1000 feet poplar weatherboarding, 6000 feet of good lumber sawed for barn pattern. Also 1 "Geiser" threshing machine and saw mill outfit. The saw mill now at work on the farm of R. K. Swope near Bryantsville. Special terms on yr-ol1-- sl THE COMING PLOW. lV 1-- m Jno. Deere Sulkey Plow. Call and let us show you its good features-Jno- . Deere Steel, Oliver and Syracuse Walking Plows. See our line of stoves before buying. J. R, MOUNT, SON MrrlMrftliarrHJrriiiBrriiJiarRirrg. & a CO. II flpJlplllrllsir2.llSJl "m S une uunce M ot batisiaction g IS WORTH A TON OF TALK. SEE THAT 'YOU GET m m m m . this outfit. Terms: Sums of $10. and under cash in hand, over that amount 6 months negotiable note without interest. Terms. on land made known on day of sale. Sale begins at 10 o'clock A. M. Din ner on the ground. M. G. ALDRIDGK. Am Bourne, Auct. 2t. Olen Lily Flour, I and we Guarantee you that you will be SATISFIED. DEPOSIT YOUR WHEAT WITH US. his-hea- rt TOO MUCH LOVE Garrard Milling Go. Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEED.Y cures BiaUliTtti you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM foe years, was cured in one week. Ta prove our remedy, while they last, regular size bottles only 25c at....... Stormes Drug Store. Lancaster, Kentucky. a rfUMnSi mi gMjgJgpi:raMiflrHWfrlili:r5J We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Phone or call on us The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Mc-Robe- rts BEAZLEY & COLLIER at K a - , - - - - y SECOND ANNUAL SALE Of Mules, Broodmares, Co Under Cover 100 yards from L. & N. I ts attleandSheera No Postponement on Account of Weather. flt Nunnelley's Stock Yards, Stanford, Kentucky. Railroad Station. Sale Positive. WEDNESDAY 1,240 Head r BEGINNING AT 9 O'CLOCK A. M. SHARP. EFT O L, OtfJDL " 1911 Head "t Mules, Broodmares & Colts, Cattle & Sheep1,240 50 MUUES 2 TO 5 YEARS J. H. Baughman ever showed. D. All mares except seven; 20 well matched pairs, including several teams of as good show mules as our extra team of mules, something to be proud of. And why not have the best? All except a few of the youngest are well broken. This will be a rare They are the cheapest in the long run. We look for these mules to sell cheap, quality considered oort 40 Draft Type Broodmares. 20 Colts, Horses and Mules. These brood mares are the right kind for mules, being the big boned Western mares weighing from 1, 196 to 1,600 pounds. Twenty of the largest and best are bred to the great mule jack. Samson which is the sire of more show mules than any jack in the state from his first colts to the present, or for four years in succession. All the other brood mares were bred to a draft horse. Remember we have all kinds of mares- - bi' little old i y"Ue hrnV . and unbroken and plenty of them. 20 Colorado And Montana Branded Mares, These calves are all home raised and bought in Lincoln, Boyle, and Garrard counties and nothing but the very best quality and al good colors were especially bought for this sale. could be purchased we have been since April 1st getting these cattle together for this sale. This is a splendid chance to get gootl cattle werth the money, as we have these cattle bought 50 Forward Weanling Cahes, 30 Good Grade Stock Heifers, 10 High Grade Bulls I to 2 years old, lOO High Grade Yearlings Weight 600 to 7001bs, lOO High Grade Yearlings Weight 700 to SOOlbs, 110 High Grade Feeders Weight gOO to l,OOQlbs, lOO High Grade Feeders Weight 1,000 to I,I001bs. riht. These yearlin" and feeders are the best that 660 Kentucky Bred Stock Ewes. We have 600 head of the very best Wayne county stock ewes from 1 to 5 years old; nothing over 5 years and mostly from 2 to A years old- - These sheep are an extra large bone sheep: most all of them black faces and they are fresh from the mountains this season. We used a great deal of pains in getting these sheep up, and if you want something extra, don't fail to be here on day of sale. 20 Oxford Shropshire and Southdown Bucks. We also have 20 head of extra fine Oxford Shropshire Southdown bucks from forward lambs to 4 years ' old. These bucks were bought from the Henry Baughman flock at Hustonville. Ky., and the Granville Cecil flock of Danville, Ky. Some of the latter bucks were imported here from Canada. All these bucks are subject to register. Other particulars will be given on day of sale. This will be an absolute closing out sale to dissolve the firm of the J. H. Baughman Live Stock Co. TERMS: AU sums of $50. and under cash, over this amount a credit of 8 months with 6 per cent interest from date of sale. Purchaser giving a bankable note. For further particulars address, J. H. BAUGHMAN, Stanford, Kentucky. r r. o o. : 4.1.. .: peg."..".; iiiumpuy ul D-. Or iza to idu . nign-cias- CHARLES LUTES, Stanford, Kentucky . J. H. Baughman Live Stock Company, Stanford, Kentucky. ... ..... ?. .,, ,, r,., n.nn a. m , on nni . v.ou oepiemoer ixn, laui, at same piace, we win sen 1 s . giPWTCEMea iHsHseK3S5SEmases Readers. . ana business horses and. mules. This stuff is all fat and ready. Write for Catalogue. Dinner for all both days of sale. ,, A WORD WITH WOMEN. RHEUMATISM Gured By The Marvel Of The Century B. B. B. Tested For Forced To Leave Home. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Valuable Advice For Lancaster Capital $50,000. Surplus 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Emery, Many a womon endures with noble patience the daily misery of backache, pains about the hips, blue nervous spells, dizziness and urinary disorders, hopeless of relief because she doesn't know what is the matter. It is not true that every pain in the back or hips is trouble "peculiar to the sex." When the kidneys get conges ted and inflamed, there are many such aches and pains and the whole bodv 30 Years. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. suffers. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. You can tell it is kidney trouble if the secretions are dark colored, contain sediment; the passages are too frequent or scanty. Then help the weakened kidneys. Tney can't get well alone. V fa jSJ; .Digger and .Better . . lhan Ji,ver syS wi NINTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair WILL YOU? - ...LOUISVILLE... SEPTEMBER 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 1911. FIX BE THERE ! ---- THRILLING FREE ACTS DAILY RACING - - LIVE STOCK SHOW- FINE HORSES - - GOOD MUSTO- CLEAN MIDWAY - EDUCATION- --HEAD-ON COLLISION SATURDAY- MORE GLASSES AND LARGER PREMIUMS THAN EVER For information or catalogue write to II 1 357 H G. A. Ballard 397 Miss Fannie Bishop 1C5 F. G. Hurt 339-- J J. Q. Mahan 363-- S 374-- S PERRY M. SHY, Secretary, No. .T20 Pnnl .Trnn rei,;M:ri (OD S&J Telephones Installed Since May st, 1911. .. J. W. Mahan G. A.Morgan Misses Moss & Lay Dr. R. L. Pontius James Rankin T. C. Rankin -- 186 365 383-- U 384-- A Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. Residence Crab Orchard St Residence Water St Residence 3 M Richmond pike. Residence 6 M Lexington pike. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. Residence Bright's Bend. Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. 213 381 Turner & Carpenter Grocery Campbell St Miss Margaret Zanone Residence Crab Orchard Paste this in your telephone book.' St The Bastin Telephone Company, Inc., Lancaster, Ky. 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Mr. Roy Estridce was kicked bv a horse Monday receiving painful but not ' serious injuries. Miss Agnes Henderson is spending' several days with Miss Margaret Pat- -' terson of Lancaster. Misses Docia and Christine Metcalf are visiting their brother Mr. Hays Metcalf of McKinney. Mrs. Givens Terrill and children of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs. B. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday,Sept 10th. I $1.50 1 Trip Round CD ( Round Trip i SPECIAL TRAIN Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Lear last Thursday. Miss Loula McWhorter who has been teaching school near Buena Vista has .closed her school and is at home for a while on account of the drought M. " in that neighborhood. , B. F. HUDSON, President. Miss Sallie Woods entertained about forty of her young friends at a lawn J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. fete last Thursday night delightful re-- f reshments were served ed a pleasent evening. and all report- e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. A Dreadful Sight. CAPITAL; $50,000. W. O. Rigney, 1-- m to H. J. Barnum, of Freeville, N. Y., was the fever sore that had plagued his life for years in spite of many remedies he tried. At last he used Bucklen's Arnica Salve and wrote: "it has entirely healed with scarcely a scar left." Heals Burns, Boils, Eczema, Cuts, Bruises, Swellings, Corns and Piles like magic, Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m SURPLUS $30,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. J. J. WaLker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. J. S. Prompt Attention. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibba Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. ... - ITALIAN MASTER IN MUSICAL WOULD SECURED FOR KENTUCKY STATE FAIR MEN BEHIND GUNS IN MAKING OF GREAT FAIR MEMBERS OF STATE BOARD AND EXECUTIVE COMMITTEEMEN ACCOMPLISH WONDERS. Tobacco In Franco. The government tobacco monopoly in France was established by Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte In a decree issued Dec. 29, 1810. This decree reserved to the government a monopoly of the Importation, manufacture and sale of tobacco In nil its forms. k H The members of the Kentucky State Fair board, together with those chosen to serve on the executive committee, to the end that the ninth annual Kentucky State Fair may be made the biggest from all standpoints in the history of the Commonwealth, are as follows: "Self Help," by Sunny Smiles. LUNCH J?l I will have with me State Fair Board Hon. M. C. Rankin, Commissioner of Agriculture, o, chairman, Frankfort; M. A. Scovall, director Kentucky Experiment Station, Lexington; G. N. McGrew, tilth Appellate district, Bayou; J. L. Dent, second Appellate disCalaneindo and His Band. With Four Soloists to "Give High Class trict Leitchfield; H. S. Van Zant, Program Daily. third Appellate district, Edmonton; L. L. Dorsey, fourth Appellate district, Anchorage; H. M. Froman, fifth Ap CRASH HEAD MONSTER ENGINES TO pellate district, Ghent; William Ad dams, sixth Appellate district, Cyn- AT THE COMING KENTUCKY STATE FAIi thiana; Fred It. Blackburn, seventh Appelate district, Stanton. Executive Committee Hon. M. C. " m '&S ' S&TWW'' Rankin, J. L. Dent, II. S. Van Zant, UiV.vv.. ?""W ff jIS?.-" . ... . A ' H. M. Froman and Fred R. Blackburn, 1 of the state board, and Julius V. - FRIDAY and SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1st and 2nd, an experienced cutter from the y . 18,. jpBJsaaBBsp, Bcck-man- n, Caldwell Norton, C. B. Norton, Glover and Fred Keisker, Secretary, Perry M. Shy, Louisville. Louisville; Assistant secretary, L. B. Shropshire, Louisville. The task which these gentlemen have set themselves to do is a big one, but they have already accomplished a vast amount of work in arranging $?- - DARING the details, In making contracts, deciding on the total appropriations for different purposes, arranging the preThrilling Spectacle Provided as Premier Attraction on Saturday mium list, providing for improvements Afternoon of Fair Week. in the grounds and buildings and looking after the comfort of the tens of thousands who will attend the big LIFE Bill imv ;.v--, w Walter Globe Tailoring Company Cincinnati, Ohio, at which time we will have on display a full line of Three Balls Problem. Fall and Winter Suitings and Overcoatings. Winkle AER2AL BUR RISKS DAILY AT THE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR HORN - IF AT PLENTY I wish I knew some way of Suits made to your measure from $20.00 to $50.00. $ilm& ' w4S SIKH nil hanging up my clothes. Nodd I wish I knew some way of getting mine out after I have hung 'em up. A Overcoatings from $22.50 to $50.00. Fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed. PANDORA'S BOX WILL BE RI VALED BY OFFERINGS OF RICH PRIZES. Trained Nurse. WOMAN IN HER ELEMENT Field, Seed and Grain Show to Open Eyes of Husbandmen Boy's Corn Clubs Favored. A fortune iu prizes, offered In connection with regular exhibits, and any number of special prizes offered as inducements to the people of Kentucky to put the very best of their products on display at the coming Kentucky State Fair, is having the effect of interesting exhibitors to an extent never before known this early in advance. But, aside from the actual money to be obtained, there is that about the preparations for the coming monster exhibition which carries confidence with it. The Kentucky State Fairgrounds, when occupied with all that wnl go tc make up the magnificent show to be held for one week in September, on Monday, the 11th, and ending at midnight Saturday, the ICth, will provide an array of feature sufficient to tempt the interest and hold the attention of any one seeking instruction, entertainment and agricultural and technical uplift. H . T . LOGAN. Oscar Babcock in Famous "Loop the Loop and Jump the Gap" Act, One of the Big Free Shows. ill B11JIL PAY US THAT DOLLAR OK To-Da- y. PAPER.. FEATURES CARE ATTRACTIONS OF PASS WILL CON- TRAST WITH MORE SERIOUS EXHIBITS. one of the most thrilling ever produced. Music on All Hands. The musical elephants will be a souice of continuous delight to the children as well as their eldors The "stunts" which these huge pachyderms perform illustrate what patience and ingenuity will accomplish in the training of wild beasts. We Need The Money So Mail Us A Check Dainty Needle Work. MUSIC BY ELEPHANT BAND Free Attractions More Numerous Than Ever Before Furnished Racing Events Are Corkers. Variety not only is the spice of life but experience has proven that it is one of the requisites of success for a big undertaking of a public character such as a state fair. In recognition of this fact the management of the Kentucky State Fair has made plans for the ninth annual exhibition which promise entertainment for all classes and sections While the more serious form of entertainment comes first, especially In connection with an educational institution such as the Kentucky State Fair is proving to be, the demand always Is great fo something in a lighter vein which will help drive dull care away and furnish a kind of mental dessert for the feast of good things which the new premium list discloses. It was the recognition of this element in human nature which caused the side show at the county fair to be born. The idea progressed until the great international exhibitions at Chicago and SL Louis were produced. It was at the former that the Midway Became 'a reality and at the latter that the Pass was introduced. Both struck a popular chord and thus it is that tho different state fairs are not considered complete without some such feature. Both Novel and Clean. But, together with the adoption of the Pass feature has come the recognition of the further fact that the gen-- , eral public will not long approve it unless it is encompassed1 by moral surroundings and not prove offensive to the crowds which attend. The con- The Whirling Lunette Sisters furnish still another attraction of more than ordinary interest. All lovers of music will enjoy the abundance of it provided by the state fair management. Three high class bands, more than have ever before been heard on s the state fair grounds, will render each morning, afternoon and night of the fair. Calliendo, the great Italian leader naturally will be most pio-gram- in evidence. Fat Purses For the Races. A total of $G,C00 in iurses will be offered in connection with the racing events which will exceed in interest any ever before held. Kentucky is today the center of racing as a result of the fight made on the sport in numerous states and the stand early taken by the legislature In passing laws lor the control of racing which puts it on a high plane. There will be twelve races in all during the week, seven trotting and five pacing events. colDuo to the fact that the head-olision is scheduled for Saturday afternoon of fair week it will mean that on the first five days of the fair the public will get more than its usual share of races. On Monday there will be two, and on Wednesday and Thursday there will be three races each. n ENTICING STAKES OFFERED FOR FIVE GAITED SADDLERS COL. M. C. RANKIN READY WITH GENEROUS PURSE IN THIS CONNECTION. Col. M. C Rankin, commissioner of r griculture, has come to bat this year with a guarantee of ?600 in cash as 'The Commissioner of Agriculture Stake" for five gaited saddle horses. This special stake of $500 is for gaitod saddle horses, stallions, mares or tracts made for the myriad Pass fea- geldings, to be shown under saddle tures for the coming fair included in accordance with the rules of the stipulations to the effect that the Kentucky State Fair governing this shows must bo clean, while retaining class. This stake will be divided as the virtue of being novel. This con- follows: Forty per cent to the first horse, 25 dition will be complied with. Not only will the shows be novel but they per cent to the second, 15 per cent to will be new. The old time, much the third, 10 per cent to the fourth "worked over exhibitions will not be and 10 per cent to the fifth. & condition is that all entries be countenanced. On the Pass, as well as everywhere else, the public will be registered in the American Saddle expected to be given their money's Horse Register. The name of the "worth and failure on the part of show- horse must be filed with the secremen to do this will meet with instant tary of tho Kentucky "State Fair by September 1. rebuke. As an adjunct to xhe Pass features Poor Artists. will be the numerous free acta, all Miss Peach I hate rubbers. They thrilling and exciting. Caterers to jrapular amusement assert that the draw my feet so badly. Her Escort-Su- ch pretty models too. Exchange. .great Babcock act in which a bicycle rider dashes down a steep Incline, Grant's Memoirs. J loops the loop and gaps the gap so More than 000,000 In royalties wrfs quickly that the spectators can with paid Mrs. U. S. Grant from the sale of difficulty, follow him, with, their eyOj. is the "Personal Memoirs of U. S. Grant" Here articles of needle work, almost endless in number, old fashioned blankets or comforters, shawls, dainty articles of feminine wear, all representing long hours of careful and painstaking work, will be shown. Another feature which will appeal to the women, as well as the men, is the poultry department. This industry has progressed wonderfully, even in the past year, and those in Kentucky and Southern Indiana, who are giving time and money to the rais ing of wonderlully impressive specimens in the poultry line, are numbered by the thousands. Then there is the Field, Seed and Grain department The husbandman who provides the food which sustains the greatest nation of the earth will be in his element when he reaches this department next September, as Secretary Shy has seen to it that especial attention is to be given the products of the field. Prizes For Best Cereal. Prominent among the innovations will be the Boy's Corn Show, with prizes sufficient to tempt the best oi the youthful corn growers. Already, over the state, the rivalry is keen, and the members of the different clubs are striving with might and main to produce specimens of the cereal which they hope will capture oneor more of the premiums. The state has been divided into three districts for the purposes of the corn show and the prizes will bo awarded as to districts. Then, to cap the climax, there will be a grand sweepstakes prize, which will cause the boys from some sections of Kentucky to return home after September 16 "next, proudly bearing the trophy which will be a fine tribute to their skill and Industry. In connection with the Field, Seed and Grain, Poultry and Women's Departments, respectively, Secretary Shy calls attention to the fact that the closing dates for entries, which will be strictly adhered to, are as follows: Women's department, Saturday, September 2; Field, Seed and Grain, Monday, September 4, and Poultry, Thursday, September 7. to-da- THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY IMCOroTto 25 000 OFFICES IN AMERSCA. MIGHT LETTER "eCLVIOCftE CABLE J5ERV1CE TO ALL THE WORLD y VHBO M VAN. PRC9I0CWT' BROOKS OffrtEFUL mam AC eft Received at , 875 CG Detroit. P 51 Mich.. Aug, 9, 1911 y r tPAHIERS TWEETY again made clean sweep awarflea were, first days ana . Becond run all the prizes there in her class in ten .ttinneapolis to Helena Montana. Hardest oontest any fever entered one thousand three hundred ninety miles over mountains fend plains worst roads in Merioa and rained most every day mud huh reliability light car peep. .The two PLMDERS were only cars in her class to finish witfc ; . Jperfeot scores and only one other car o any price a marmon $2700', finished perfect. Cars penalized included packard stoddard-dayto- n jjahtot-detroit - amplex maxwell cole krit hupmohile and other small fry - IF I HAD ECZEMA. 3 great' victory for PLA1IDERS TWEHTY in a month other 'Was tiree Derfect road scores in Iowa little glidden no other S80O Car on earth can stand up with FLANDERS TWENTY in hard- - road work- ana.ttfi 'this latest' contest she went out of her class and trimmed the four flJhis "is Second - - I'd wash it away with that mild, soothing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle, 25c. Relieves all kinds of skin trouble, cleansing away the impurities and clearing up the complexion as nothing else can. Yes, If I had any kindot skin trouble I'D USE D. D. D. R. E. & Son. Mc-Robe- rts thousand dollar tfel.lowsf "' a " - .y v ' -- -. ''" 49. '5JHE STUDEBAKER CORPORAjPrOK E-M- ' -- -F 10.57 E.M. Factories HASELDEN BROS., Phone LANCASTER, KENTUCKY y. EACH DAY WE RECEIVE NEW SHIPMENTS OF t I J F ki OO W we have on display a BEAUTIFUL Line of And for Childrens' School Dresses in Choicest Selections. a f T Tl XU H" iHP i GOODS i W " "H JLX CL 1 JT JL O n g 1U- d JLJ. -- YY C ? ! W IM--f M The Joseph Mercantile Company. WKLJV MLJP MJi 1i - MJW U1 IMJBJ WIr7.. iLfl.Li 'J'H 'ff m Mf H'll d'H'l i"H'l i"' Til H 'n i ffllBW "SSa, 1kJ.JJHBWHia0rHkPr'.liBy'k JWk JHTVMHrvfc JBrm.VJBTWtrmJHrm.ffA honor guest being her attractive cousin Miss Betsy Ware of Hopkinsville. The home was embellished by artistic decorations of cut flowers and trailing vines. A most appetizing course luncheon was daintily served, Putting It Off is a Bad habit when'it is a question of BUYING COAL. l Gossip About People A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested in. They are sons of the late A. J. Rice, and this is their first visit to Kentucky in thirty years. Advocate, Little Miss Sallie Cook Gregory is in Winchester visiting her aunt Mrs. H. H. Hall. SES AND ML The Miss Tommie Askins of Wilmore is the cool- first thing you know you are all out and there is house. ness of many kinds in the Better have too much than not enough. Coal will keep without spoiling. Suppose we send you a ton or so to keep your supply up to comfortable proportions. w guest of Garrard relatives. Mrs. W. B. Moss has been visiting in the Country for a few days. Mrs. John M. Farra is enjoying a stay with friends in Lebanon. Miss Knapp West is the guest of Dr. and Mrs. W. 0. O'Bannon of Stanford. i. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Dave said:--Everybody Co. 8 Miss Lily Leavell of Bryantsville has been with Misses Allie and Mary Arnold. Charley Bright of Belleone, Kentucky is the guest of his cousin Gayle Doty. Miss Mary Dalton leave shortly to as a student at Hamilton .College. should have Star Coal in their cellar. matriculate T. K. MjMMMmMMI&MMMI: mMMMMiMf. atson has returned from several weeks vacation spent in Crab Orchard. Miss Lily May Sutton has been Miss Ula Belle Blakeman visiting We Sell Ice AT THE I of Miss Mayme Dickerson of Buckeye Covington of Miss Tommie Cole celebratod her nineteenth birthday on Richmond has been visiting Miss Lydia August 26th. at her beautiful country Elmore. home. The house was artistically decMrs. Welch and little son of orated the color scheme pink and green have been visiting Mrs. S. G. was carried out in all the decorations Haselden. even in the delicious refreshments. Miss Susie Hilton has returned from Twenty two guests were present a stay with relatives in Broadhead and among them being Miss Willie Pierce of Louisville, Miss Tommie Askins, of Stanford. Wilmore. Miss Georgie Qrutchfield of S. G. Haselden made a business trip Nicholasville, Miss Minnie Gulley of of several days in Detroit" Michigan, Lancaster and Mr. King Prewitt of this week. Williamsburg. She was the recipient W. C. Wherrit of New Orleans is of many nice presents. visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wherritt. YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Miss Minnie Gulley left Monday for a visit to her sisters in Richmond and Mt. Sterling. Bring us your produce. Turner & Mrs. Annie Adams has retrned from Carpenter. a visit to her sister Mrs. Joseph Arnold Your account is past due I need the of RFchmond. money. Please come in and settle at Mrs John Christman and children and once. Rclla Arnold. Mrs D. Kelley of Richmond are visiting Bargain 12 H. P. Foos gasoline enMrs N. Miller. gine; replaced by Electric Motor. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wintersmith P. 0. Box 353, Danville, Ky. of Louisville came Thursday for a visit Nich-olasville WANTED Ken- f I will be in Lancaster, J tucky on m Tuesday, Sept., 5th, 1911 To purchase a car load of horses and mules. Subscribe or renew for Magazine's before October they will advance. Dr. Pearce will preach in the morn Mr. T. E. Arnold of DeLand Florida Mrs. Dollie Brown at Joseph's Store. has been the guest of his sister Mrs. ing and evening at the Methodist Church next Sunday. J. S. Johnson. For Sale. Mrs. J. A. Amon many friends will Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stan-an- d Upright piano, in good condition, ford are with Mr. Mrs. William regret to hear she is confined to her price 95.00. Apply at this office. home by a spell of illness. Hughes for a visit. Kirksville. Miss Kella Arnold is enjoying an Mr. S. B. Harris, of Cincinnati has outing in New York City and taking arrived and taken charge of the Lanin many new millinery styles. caster Steam Laundry. Miss Katharine Harris of Stanford is the guest of her and Mrs. E. W. Harris. grand-parents to Mrs. W. R. Cook. Rooms For Rent. Creamery - AT i 1 Two nice furnished rooms. Mrs. C. D. Powell. Notice R. B. SHUMAN, MONTICELLO, FLA. Rev. and Mrs. O. P. Bush visited friends in Stanford last week and en Judge joyed the Baptist Association. i2c H. V. Per Pound BASTIN. AND - 'lilPMfrSJljMiMfgMfrgMi WMrHTJW.iaMrrSriTaJl'i SCHOOL BOOKS Disease germs lurk in the worn nold. son. Farm of places and there is further danger of tainting the 112 acres. About 30 acres of Virgin Mrs. Pendleton Cox and daughter food. Health is too precious to take risks with it. Mrs. J. Vincent Arnold and children soil unexcelled for Burley Tobacco. I of Birmingham . are guests of Mrs. Miss Minerva Cox visited Mr. and Mrs am making a price that will sell it Be safe. Use Arnold's parents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. John Williams tin Stanford the past $35.00 per acre. For full description Mes-dames Miss Mary t,my unenauit has returned to her home in Richmond after a visit to Miss Charley Elmore. Dr. J. J. Pursley left Thursday for Memphis Tenn where he is seeking a good location to start a factory. Prof, and Mrs. D. W. Brideres and little son D. Warren of Richmond have been recent visitors in Lancaster. Miss Ida irotts a recent visitor in Lancaster has accepted a position with Mrs. R. L. Sturgis at Delphos Ohio. Mrs. J. W. Pumphry is in Somerset Mr. and Mrs.John Mount are visiting her sister Mrs. Joe Claunch in Somer- the guest of her son Mr. Frank Pum- phrey and wife and attending the fair. set and taking in the fair this week. Misses Berdie and Norris Bordine of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Walden and Washington county are guests of their children of Danville are visiting Sue Respass and Charles Ander- cousins Misses Addie and Carrie Ar- Judge T. M. Cardwell of Harrodsburg Assistant State Fire Marshal was in town on business last week. W. B. Burton, Dr. Pontius, Carlton Elkin and their strings of horses were at the Liberty fair last week. Miss Nannie Anderson has returned from Louisville where she inspected many new styles in millinery. Mrs. S. A. Honaker and children have returned to Lexington after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Silas Moss. All persons having claims against the estate of T. B. Walker deceased will please present them to me at once property approved. Lewis L. Walker, Exec. -l. 3t-9- Lost in Lancaster Saturday 19th gentlemens gold watch medium size. 17 jewel, Elgin, with a coca cola fob. Keturn to me and receive liberal re " W. M. Mahan. ward. Farm Guard the Family Health" Health is often endangered by unsanitary cooking utensils. found that cancer is Physicians have A good farm containing 200 acres of fine farming land for rent. 90 acres in caused by enamel ware chipping off and irritating cultivation, rest in grass. A good cot tage of 4 rooms and tobacco barn which the stomach. holds 12 acres. Farm located in good neighborhood, 3 miles from town. For If you have children or invalids in the family beware further information apply at this office of cheap cooking utensils that crack, scale, peel off, 2t For Rent. For Sale Cheap. Improved Marion County tarnish and rust. School Supplies. t' mmmmm GROCERIES and MEATS wmmMm$mm) CASH ON L Y, MoRoberts Drug Store and particulars. Address W. F. Pate, Mrs. S. G. Haselden and little son, Pewee Valley, Ky." Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie and son Fred 2t were guests on Thursday at Crab J. R. and Samuel Duncan are in visiting Mrs. Haselden's parOrchard Springs of Col. Bennett Young ents Mr. and Mrs. Powell Duncan. of Louisville. Judge and Mrs. M. H. Mabry and Mr. and Mrs. John Price and little son of Atkinson Kansas were guests little son Harton Washburn Mabry of the past week of Mrs. Edna Francis Tallahassee Florida, came Wednesday for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price. and daughters. 8-Nich-olasvil- Burnside. week. le "1892" Pure Spun Aluminum Cooking Utensils which are guaranteed for 1 5 years constant service and will never spoil food nor endanger health. u 9 Miss Janie Terrill and sisters enter L. P. Gray and chiHren have returned to their home in Lebanon tained at an enjoyable party at their Junction after a visit to Messrs W. P. home on Richmond street. Very dainty refreshments added much to the ocand Thomas Dishon. casion. Mr W. H. Anderson of Montgomery, Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie gave a sumAla., is the guest of his brother, Mr. John M. F. Anderson and other Lan- ptuous dinner Tuesday in honor of her caster relatives. Mr. Anderson is a grandmother Mrs. Ann Walker of conductor on the A. & F. division of Huntington West Virginia. The repast was served in courses. the L. & N. railroad in Alabama. Mrs. Miss Cary Rice entertained last Saturday evening in honor of the Misses White of Danville, Booker of Louisville and Doty of Lancaster. A very pleasant occasion was heartily enjoyed by a large number of our young people. Register. and brother James gave a boat ride on Dix river to Misses Addie and Carrie Arnold and visitors Misses Love of Washington county and Bodine and William King. Mr. B. F. King chaperoned the party. - Messrs Robert and Jacob Rice, who have been making their home in the West for a.number of. years, are .here onaYisit to relatives and '.friends, Miss Georgie Dunn George and Marrs Swinebroad enat their home on the New Danvillejpike. About sixty invitations were issued to young friends. Very inviting refreshments made merry the occasion. Red Top tertained Asphalt Granite Roofing Is the Best and Cheapest Satis- This new ware is featherweight, beautiful, easy to does not tarnish nor rust. The slight extra cost is more than made up by long service and absolute safety. clean Look For Trade mark on Every Piece The Maltese cross with the words Pure Illinois That are to please. GUARANTEED 181.. Little Misses Margaret and Joe Falconer returned to their home in Philadelphia this week after a protracted Mr. and visit to their'grand-parent- s Mrs. W. B. Mason. They were accompanied home by their father Rev. Henry Folconer who has been holding a revival in Nicholasville. Miss Lettie May McRoberts was hostess for the Embroidery Circle Tuesday afternoon ot four o'clock the factory Roofing made today. "1892" Aluminum you get the genuine. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. the original, insures that There are imitations, so be sure this trademark is on every piece. Davidson & Walker. Phone ...' ASK YOUR DEALER For Sale By c Haselden Bros. DAVIDSON & WALKER. J A BEAZLEY Residence Phone Ifarmer's column! vm POQtiCOOo JHECWHi rfpace below this beading Is for the exclusive use o! our farmer subscribers, and Is for $334$8x$S84k8 WISDOM. HOG HOG CHOUERA SYMPTOMS. Mrs. Mumps 8corn. Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. Get the young pigs out on the ground as soon as the weather LANCASTER. KY. the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In two issues of the Record, free of charge No Dispute lbout payments is possible if you have the cancelled checks to show There is no denial possible. Open an account WWTz A. Bob Burton bought a mule colt of James Simpson for $100. For Sale: good as new. Superior Wheat Drill, J. T. Henry. Henry Arnold sold to John Wheeler 36 sheep at $4.50 per head. at The Garrard Trust Co., Bank &. and pay all bills by check. You will avoid lots of trouble save lots of worry and time and put your affairs on a far more dignified basis than they are now. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. MilrtiiJ MMHHMHiliHiMH Mihatfljuai 1 1 covered over twenty years ago are as good as new and have never needed repairs. Fireproof HandStormproof some Inexpensive. For further detailed information apply to Buildings - Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, HENS 3 1 cts. Roosters 4 to 44cts. Young Ducks 7 to 8c Eggs, I to 12 cts. Spring Chickens 9 to lOcts. Turkeys 8cts. Coal from 10 to 13cts in yard, ic more del. BETSY'S POINTERS car load oJf PortMolly and I had a sharp arguland Cement which we will sell at ment about when the dishes should a. reasonable price. he washed, and I said If she'd put Red Ash Jellico Coal, best on the her dishes in hot water right after market. See us for Thrashing Coal. the meal she wouldn't get herself Good block 12cts. in hot water so often. One thing H. B. NORTHCOTT, certain she can get Suits, Coats and Skirts for fall 1911 a. Man-Tailored Just received DEPOT STREET. aX R. S. BROWN'S. Are You A Woman 9 Cardui The Woman's Tonic EL 1 Flour. Cod Salt, Shingles We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection Flour, Raymond City Goal, all coal, no clinkers Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. ministered and the ravages of the dte ease are checked. Pneumonia may acA Dollar to the Good. residence and 60 Faulty Methods Responsible For Many. company the disease, and when It ia acres land at Judson. J. W. Simpson. Diseases. present there may be noted acceleratProbably the most Important part ed respiration and a short, hacking Thomas Rankin bought a pair of five year old mules from a Kansas man In the care of the horse is the feeding. cough. A large majority of the diseases among There may be noted red or purple for $325. farm horses result from faulty feeding, patches, particularly along the belljr JHfliLiaaaaaaaaaaV Wanted Second hand hemp ma- says O. L. Barnes of the Colorado ex- or flanks. This Ls particularly noticed periment station. Many make the mis- In white skinned hogs. The ears may chine. J. Wade Walker E. C. McWhor-to- r. take of not securing the best feed. become inflamed and appear red and Their trouble begins when partially swollen. When the hog Is opened small hemorrhages may be observed on the W. R. Gaines was over with a nice matured, musty, dusty feed Is used. Several points should be taken Into thorax and abdominal cavity. Very five year old trotting mare which he consideration when the amount of feed small hemorrhages may be noted In finally disposed of for $200. Is decided upon, whether the animal Is the kidneys. The lymph glands (kergood nels) may show hemorrhages in them to For Sale My farm containing 60 accustomed thin,dry feed and If in flesh or in emaciated condition. When the bones are cut open the sofacres, 3$ miles from Lancaster on the A horse should not be fed a largo ter, spongy parts may appear reddish Lexington pike. W. H. Sebastian. quantity of hay and grain without ex- black, due to hemorrhages. If the ercise. Many think that because a stomach and Intestines be opened Alexander Bros, of Lincoln county horse is thin in flesh no work should areas In the stomach will be noted bought of Hudson & Kavanaugh a pair be required of him. It Is always best bright red. This ls an area of InflamWith a Bang. of five year old horse mules for $325. to work the flesh into the animal mation, but may not always be present Tie inflammation may affect only rather than to fatten him as a steer. A good plan is toliavo a stated pro- a part of the stomach. This Inllamma-tioFor Sale: Three pure bred yearmay extend Into the Intestines. ling South-dow- n bucks and forty young gram as to time and amount of feed to ewes All pure breds. J. F. Robinson bo given. Horses by all means should If the colon or large Intestines be be fed regularly. Hay requires time opened there may be found ulcers For varying in diameter up to Victor Lear bought 44 hogs in the for mastication and digestion. III this reason the largo .percentage of Inch. These usually appear button-lik- e Sm neighborhood of Nina. They weighed nnd are hence sometimes called hay Bhonld be fed at night Horses 175 pounds and cost him 7 cents per Boon learn tho manner of giving food button ulcers. pound. and water, so it is best to have one feeder and have this plan followed Dirty Fleeces Defined. I have for sale some nice young cows out for all the horses. The horse The wool markets recognize three fresh, gentle and good milkers, also should receive some water tho first classes of unclean wool, says Farm some 100 pound duroc boars, good ones. ' thing in the morning. After watering and Fireside. J. W. Elmore. feed a small amount of hay and then The first class results from one of two give grain after the hay has been causes. Either the sheep are not proT. W. Brock and W. O. Brock, and eaten. By this plan the feed, which is vided with clean sleeping places and Sons, sold a few days ago to Joe Bales, cannot help but He in a filthy bed or of Madison county, 110 fat cattle, they are yarded with cattle and beweight about 1,500 pounes. at 6 2 come defiled, particularly where cattle cents per pound. and sheep are crowded together. Both of these conditions make a matted and Five pure bred Hampshire boar for a dirty fleece. Weeds are another prolific cause of sale as good as you ever saw. Come trouble. By far the most disagreeable at once and get first choice. "Hello, Gunnlef"-What- 's Is the burdock, but sand burs are the matter S' H. Aldridge -- lost your Job?" scarcely second in importance. Wool Hyattsville, Ky. Phone 339 U. "Yes. I got fired this morning." buyers will not pay a high price for wool snarled up with weeds, for there W. B. Burton made the following Is no machinery made that can sepaAn Early Settler. purchases: Of Owen Locker a five rate it without serious damage to tho year old bay mare for $150., of R. Burthreads. ton of-- Madison a 7 year old bay mare In some sections sand causes the for $140 and a six year old sorrel geldmost trouble of all. Some summer ing of Mr. Sutton for $160. He also days, when a high wind Is blowing and the sheep are huddled up against some bought six 5 year old mules at $150. The Shire blood is producing a draft horse that has no superior. bill, sand from the valley below will each. Some three or four years ago one be blown against them in a steady of the greatest honors ever won by stream, until the wool ls permeated. exchange estimated that the An a grade gelding was won in the A fleece which is not soaked with auction ring at Chicago. This horse burley tobacco crop in this state this was the roan Shire gelding that manure or that Is free from weeds year will not exceed sixty million PAREGOBiq I till sold for the handsome sum of $660. and sand Is considered to be clean, pounds as against three hundred millThis price still stands as a record as bright in appeareven it it is not at the greatest horse market In the ions raised last year. It further states ance as might be desired. world. Shire breeders and Importtwo hundred of the best crops in the ers have paid very little attention to showing geldings. They have burley district have been damaged by Rearing the Calf. been satisfied with the splendid the hailstorms. showing they have made In the The calf should be fed about four markets of America. If a man lets quarts of whole milk a day at first the horse buyer know that he has Very little Fall ploughing has been ' After about three weeks one quart of some grude Shires to sell he will done in this county because of the dry skimmilk may be added. This skim-mil- k get a'prlce for them that is seldom Too Near the Goal. should be warmed. About a reached by any other breed. The weather, and the probabilities are Shire stallion shown was a winner of ollmeal should be added that very little will be done, as there at Chicago. to the milk is the way the Industrialwill be such a rush of farm work when ist puts it it does rain that the farmer will have ' Care should be taken that the calf the most difficult to digest is left in to give his attention to other matters the stomach and therefore receives is not fed warm milk one tfme nnd and let the plowing go until Spring. cold milk the next for this is almost proper digestion. The noon feed should be given after sure to produce the scours. In case G. A. McRoberts delivered an Mr. horse is cooled and has been allow- the calf does get the scours it should exceptionally fine bunch of export the to ed rest for 15 minutes or half an be fed ground dried blood in doses of cattle this morning to Mr. S. Wiel, hour. A small quantity of water may a teaspoonful to a feed until the trouof Lexington. There were 68 head in be given soon after the horse Is ble has stopped. This dried blood Is the bunch an.d they averaged 1,430 brought to the barn. Feed hay, and sold at most feed stores. In case it pounds each. This is said to be one of when the animal is thoroughly cooled can not be obtained a tablespoonful the nicest bunches of cattle that has give all the water ho desires, after of common salt will be found very efwhich feed the grain. At night feed fective. been sold in Kentucky this year. Teach the calf to eat grain after it the same as at noon, only give more is four or five weeks old. Let It go Messrs Alex and Luther Gibbs on hay In fact, feed as much hay at night Miss Passelgh Do you think you one feed milk, so it will be last Saturday delivered to Mr. Joe as is given at both morning and noon without and place of few grains in the could guess my age, Mr. Goodly? a hungry, Bales of Richmond, Ky., their 139 ex- meals. When working hard feed large calfs mouth. If you bold up its bead "I am not good at guessing. I could port cattle which they recently sold to quantities of grain. It is advisable it soon learns to chew the grain. Kan- not come within forty years of It" once a week to give a bran mash for that gentleman for 6 cents per pound. the evening meal.- - The bran acts as a sas Farmer. The entire lot averaged 1350 pounds. laxative and prevents indigestion and The Messrs Gibbs are the most ex- possibly a case of colic. Paralysis From Overfeeding. tensive raisers of export cattle in GarParalysis in swine most often follows overfeeding of rich nitrogeneous rard county. Their cattle this year Good Sires came far below the usual average in The reports of the various state foods to animals that are closely conweight, due to the drought and conse- stallion boards show by actual statis- fined. Pigs do best when allowed a tics that from 45 to Go per cent of the considerable range and not fed too quent scarcity of grass. If weak, you need Cardui, sires in use are grades. As It is ad- highly. As this affection, says Farmmittedly true that a considerable num- ers Digest Involves the spinal cord, the woman's tonic. Cardui Chickens and Humans. it Is not only liable to prove fatal, but Is made from gentle herbs, There is constant chatter while the ber of pure bred sires now in use are is not, as a rule, satisfactorily treated. too Inferior to be long continued in pullets are eating a flow of table-talacts in a natural manner, down the remove the cause. that would delight the heart of a host tservlce it seems safe to say that First and allow plenty of Cut range, and If feed not to exceed d and has no bad results, as of the draft ess. But In the cockerel pen there is too liberally they will forage no small talk; they saw wood. Every stallions in service are pure bred not fed some of the strong drugs get exercise. Young pigs fellow for himself, and the chopping horses of such conformation, size and about and sometimes used. As a medonly partially paralyzed will often block takes the hindmost Oh. well quality as to warrant their continucome right treated as above advised. icine a tonic for weak, to each hiB own. And the pot has ance in the stud. The man who is producing really no need to call the "kettle black tired, worn-o- ut women, Necessity For Good Sires. The men Tvould rather eat than talk meritorious horses, however, need have Cardui has been a popular Good sires are very essential If hogs und the women ould rather talk than i no fear of the supply of such horses success for over 50 years. ear. we may as well own up. Sub exceeding the demand, at least not of the highest quality are to be grown and a uniformly profitable herd built within the next forty or fifty years. urban Life. up. Only pure bred boars should be E57 kept, and these should be carefully seCows In Summer. There is a tradition that cows will lected to insure prepotency, quality do better in warm weather than in and soundness. Take cold weather, but experience has disVery Serious proved this fact. It is often easier to The Old Bull Valuable. reproduce summer conditions in the Don't be in a hurry to get rid of the It is a very serious matter to ask Tonic winter stable than it Is to thoroughly old bull. Remember that he has proved for one medicine and have the t protect the stock from the pests that himself, and the calf that you boy will wrong one given you. For this Mrs. Lula Walden, of make them go dry in summer. be more or less of a lottery. reason we urge you in buying to Gramlin, S. C, followed be careful to get the genuine For Sale A few Registered Jersey Boars. Jas N. Denny. Robert Burton bought 7 mules of various parties at $175.00 each. For Rent Nice will permit Nothing will retard the growth or crlpplea young pig so quickly as to keep it on a board floor. Sunshine Is good for the pigs. Keep them In It. Keep the sleeping quarters and feeding places clean and thoroughly disinfected. The swill or feed barrel should be well cleaned and scalded every week at least The hogs should not be allowed to become lousy. Spray with some good disinfectant and grease all over, and don't neglect the Inside of the 2 ears. FEEDING THE FARM HORSE. Mrs. Gubb Yes, the coward! M. A. P. Disease. All cases of hog cholera do not show 6O0O00O0OOO04 0OOOOO6OO 066O04O0600O the typical symptoms. Generally tvo or possibly threu hogs appear dumpGo to the BEST Place if you want ish, the eyes watery. Later the Hos the BEST WORK. may become adherent There may be a slight discharge from the nostrils. We have the only Steam SterIn the course of a week or ten days ilizer in town for Massage. Shop these hogs go off their feed and are on Richmond St, attacked by diarrhea. The discharges from the bowels vary in color from HENRY DUNCAN black to grayish, are watery and of a very offensive odor. They now appear The Old Reliable Barber. tucked up in the flanks and posslblj thumping may be noted. They rapid!? become thin in flesh and finally too weak to move about crawl undei "I'll be awful glad when 1 am old some straw and die. In a few day become sick. Those that are Ann enough to do as I please," said Sammy others attacked now begin to die. ai.d In the to his father." "Poor boy," replied his father. course of three or four weeks most of the herd may have succumbed to the "About as soon as you get to that age Season 191 1. malady unless remedial agents are ad you'll get married." Signs That Indicate Presence of Dread 'air terrible short Mrs. Gubb. Tour 'usband wears 'is r CARDS Li eftoaCOMtMMOCHOOIOI0M 1 I Jersey Bull Hemj Simpson 88427 J. W. S WEEN E Y. M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. aaaaaaaaaaaV I--I. J. PATRICK, Dentist. All Work Guaranteed. Paint Lick, Kentucky. DE. Win. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6. 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