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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 8, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911090801_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 8, 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. ' i TWENTY SECOND YEAR. THE CENTRAL R COME TO THE FAIR MEETING SATURDAY AFTERNOON. 17 (T O IP XI NUMBER PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVeHnMEN'!. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1911 t Come to the fair meeting Saturday 22. 7 Another Good Fair. There will be no service at the Metho Recleaned seed rye and seed wKeat for sale. Hudson & Hughes, Phone 2G dist church Sunday night because of The Record acknowledges receipt of the pastor being away for conference. a season ticket to the Bourbon county The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. for fair to be held at Paris Sept. Leavell is seriously ill at their home Theatre Season Opens. which they have our thanks. Paris is near Hyattsville of stomach trouble. The theater season will open on Fri- one of the best meetings in the state, day night with "Daniel Boone On The and the Bourbon county people are Marriage License. d Trail," a play that comes well noted for their hospitality. Two couples secured marriage license and carries with it a dozen at the county clerks office Saturday. people. Messrs Romans & Gulley will Goes On Road. They were Gabe Engleman and Mary endeavor to give an attraction of this Mr. Thomas Chesnut, of Garrard Susan Moberly, colored and Joseph character at regular intervals during county, who has a legion of friends in Hopkins and Lucy Bryant cqjored. the season, in addition to his regular Danville, has accepted a good position nightly moving picture shows. Election of Officers. with the Kenton Baking Powder Co. , and will go on the road as traveling reOne Of The Best. The W. C. T. U. held its annual elpresentative, his territory comprising ection last Saturday. President. Mrs. Editor Green Clay Walker is to be Indiana and Illinois. Mr. Chesnut is a Rebecca West. Vice President. Mrs. congratulated on the splendid twelve-pag- splendid young gentleman, and is cerWm. Lear. Rec. Secretary. Mrs. Sam issue of his paper, The Danville Johnson. Cor. Secretary. Amanda An- Lancaster Record, which he got out tain to meet with success. Messenger. derson. Treasurer. Mrs. Ed. Price. last week. Editor Walker is giving Another New Citizen. his readers one of the best county paFair, Fair, Fair, pers in the State, and it is always a Another good citizen has moved to All persons interested in the future valued visitor on the Republican's exof the Lancaster Fair will meet at the change list Harrodsburg Republican. town in the person of Mr. E. G. Creech, a farmer from the Walker School House county court room in Lancaster Ky.., vicinity. Mr. Creech came to town on Saturday afternoon Sept., 9th at Mr. Walker Sells Interest In Mill. for the. purpose of educating his child2 o'clock to discuss plans for the orMr. Alex Walker has sold a two ren, and will be connected with Conn ganization of a permanent Garrard business. The Everybody thirds interest in his Flouring Mill, Bros, in the hardwai-county Fair Association. Light Plant & C. to Messrs Ed. Per- number of people that move in to Laninvited to be present. kins and Clevelend Rose for $15,000. caster every year is proof conclusive Sunday Morning Blaze. Both of these clever gentlemen will move of the value of the Lancaster Graded The over turning of a lamp caused to town to look after their new inter- School. a slight blaze at the home of Henry est and they and their families will be Keily Rogers. Simpson Sunday morning. The depart- heartily welcomed, and will be splendid additions both in a business way and ment was called out but the fire was On Wednesday afternoon at his home extinguished before the water was socially. in this city, Rev. O. P. Bush said the turned on. The damage was very slight. ceremony that made Miss Pearl Kelly Opening Of Colored School aged 17 years and Frank Rogers aged Delegates To Grand Lodge. The Lancaster colored school opened 22, man and wife. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Thomas Kelleyof near At the regular meeting of Franklin Monday with their usual splendid The school this year will be Hyattsville and thegroom a son of Mr. LoJge No. I. 0. 0. F. Messrs Booth Sutton and Joseph Nevius were chosen under the principalship of Prof. Joseph Melvin Rogers of Point Leavell and delegates to represent that lodge at Burns of Frankfort Ky., who will be both are popular young society people the meeting of the Grand Lodge, which assisted by Miss Dora Beverly of Ala- in their locality. They will reside for convenes in Louisville on October 10th. bama and Miss Isabel Overstreet of the present at the home of Mr. Rogers. this place. The colored people of LanGrocery Changes Hands. Hon. Edwin P. Morrow To Speak. caster are to be highly commended L. G. Davidson has purchased upon their efforts to secure good school Mr. The people of Lancaster and Garrard the interest of Mr. Alex Walker in the facilities for their children, as they county will have the pleasure this (Frigrocery firm of Davidson and Walker l.spare neitner time nor money in uiuir day) afternoon of hearing one of the and hereafter will conduct the business desire to secure good educators and in best orators in the state. Hon. Edwin at the old stand. "Johnnie" Simpson the general upbuilding of their school. P. Morrow of Somerset will address will be with Mr. Davison. the voters at the court house at one "Bob" Arnold Leaves Lancaster. o'clock in behalf of the candidacy of Baughmans Sale. Mr. Robert L. Arnold together with Judge O'Rear and the republican ticket. The largest crowd ever seen at a a Mr. Simmons, a popular young busi- Whatever may be your political view, Sale in any of the Central Kentucky ness man of Richmond has purchased Mr Morrow will interest you as he has towns gathered in Stanford Wednesday the hay, grain and feed business of a fund of anecdote and a happy way of to attend the great sale of J. H. Baugh- Messrs Robinson and Burnside in Rich- telling a story. mans. The road was lined Wednesday mond. We very much regret to state Lancaster Graded School Opens morning and one would have thought that Mr. Arnold has rented property that a fair was going on in Stanford. and with his family will at once move The Lancaster Graded School opened Every thing was sold and brought good to Richmond. However, we know that Monday morning with an enrollment of prices. Mules brought from $1C0. to Bob's heart will ever be with Lancas- 226 pupils, nine less than at the open$::00. Sheep and cattle sold well. W. B. ter and Lancaster people, and while we ing of the 1910 term. However, within Burton bought a nice mule at 255. very much regret to give him up, yet the next two weeks it is expected that The sale of horses Thursday is being it is with pleasure that we recommend last years enrollment will be exceeded well attended and good prices will no him and his splendid family to the and that the number will far exceed the doubt be realized. people of Richmond. 300 mark. Prof. Riley will be assisted by Misses Robinson, Dean. West, Mason, Smith, Brashear, Anderson and i Mrs. Darnold, and Miss Welch Mvill have charge of the music. The faculty is busy this week getting thing in shape, grading and classifying, and preparing to make this the banner year of the school. 5-- 9, afternoon. Meeting At The Baptist Church. tBmMmmmnQ.immm r2lEffS ftim&iwttMftL dfiiJiej tH Wreck On L. & N. recom-nfende- e, -- &C$32!CS33eSt32 HEATING AND V PLUMBING. We use the pest material the market' affords. Let us make you an estimate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. v CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. &333&XE3X&X& A series of meetings will begin in the There was a wreck near Rowland on Baptist church at Lancaster on the the L. & N. last Friday in which sev- evening of October 1st. Dr. C. C. eral persons . narrowly escaped serious Marshall of Richmond, Ky., will do thu Kit injury, the engineer and fireman of one preaching. Everybody is cordially intrain being compelled to jump for their vited to attend. lives. A mix up of orders, said to have been made by a 4 Livingston disDistressing Accident. patcher, caused the early morning train Monday while Mrs. Thomas Wilder, for Richmond and a fast passenger her two children, age four and six tiain on the Knoxville branch to get together in a head end collision. The years respectively and a small neighengine of the Richmoud train was a bor girl were driving near their home complete wreck and considerable dam- on the Danville pike near "the old Enage was done to the coaches. Traffic gleman mill, some parts of the harness gave way while going down a hill, the was delayed for several hours. horse became frightened and ran. overturning the vehicle and throwing the No Respector Of Persons. occupants against a stone wall. Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Ballard went to Wilder was painfully and perhaps seriCincinnati on the excursion Sunday to ously injured about the back and hips spend the day with their son, Benjamin and the two little children were serious Jl Ip-- i Ballard, who has a good position with ly bruised and injured about the head, :S1 the Newell line of restaurants in the one of them perhaps fatally. The little Dr. Kinnaird Queen city. On boarding the train girl was not injured. Sunday evening for the return trip they was summoned and attended to their found the train exceedingly crowded injuries. 03 and the big Sheriff and his wife were m A Nice Trip. compelled to force their way through several crowded coaches before they Messrs Raymond and Sam Haselden were able to secure a seat. When they have just returned from a very interdid get satisfactorily located the sheriff esting trip to Detroit Mich, where they began to brush the creases out of his went as the guests of the manufacdisarranged clothing when he discover- turers of the "E. M. F." and "r'Jan-der- s ed that he had lost his pocket book and 20" automobiles. These people pistol; the wallet contained some valu- gave the trip to their agents in Kenable papers and notes and about $25. in tucky and three other states, running money and thq pistol was a very fine a special train for their benefit, which one with his name engraved on it. Of the Messrs Haselden boarded in Louis- TO course he could get no clue to his prop- ville. While in Detroit each agent had erty or the light fingered crook who the use of a new car in which thev picked his pocket. might inspect the city and the borders of Canada across the river. Many A Deplorable Casa. means were devised for their entertainOn Monday a family consisting of ment and the trip was an altogether father, mother and three sons, aged 23 enjoyable one. 20 and IS years walked into town from Hospitality Galore. the direction of Stanford. They were Reuben Lane and his family. On the The Assistant Editor spent several Gth day of May Mr. Lane started with days last week at the Somerset Fair, s his family from Charleston W. Va. to an event which he never misses. Among walk to Colorado. With the assistance the Lancaster people who he noted as of occasional rides they reached Trini- being present were Mr. and Mrs. John ?!fti dad and secured work in the mines; a Mount, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Folger, strike came on and they were thrown Misses Ham, Will Burton, Dr. Pontius, out of work and they again took the Lewis Gill, Carlton Elkin and others. road, intending to walk back to their Somerset certainly has the ideal fair, far away home" in West Virginia, which there are many lings each day for they had so recently left. With the exexhibits exclusively, a floral hall, ception of rides aggregating about 400 and full to overflowing too, and in fact miles which they caught on fi eight everything that goes to make up the trains, they again walked that great old time country fair, not omitting a distance, Mr. Lane having lost a leg balloon ascension on the fair ground doing all that distance on a crutch. daily. For old time hospitality Puaski When tiiey reacht-here they were, county people connot be excelled, busipenniless, exhausted and one of the ness seemed to be at a standstill and the boys and the father were ill. They good people vieing with each other as took refuge from the elements under a to who could so the most for the enterchute leading to Mr. Banks Hudson's tainments of their guests. And Somerwarehouse, where they were seen Mon- set is some town too, they have about day afte'rnoon by several people, includ- (5,000 people, macadamized streets, ing Mr. Herron, who inquired if they miles upon miles of concrete walks, an wanted anything, they told him they street car system water were hungry and if they could get works and electric lights, and compare something to eat they would favorably with some of the more ostheir journey the next day. Mr. Hen on tentatious cities up in the blue grass. had one of them to come to his home where he provided them with ample Dr. Pearce's Work. Campaign Chairman Appointed, provisions, and as they made no comOn the 13tk inst Dr. . H Pearce will The democrats of Garrard county plaint, he thought nothing further of unanimously to the the matter. On Wednesday one of the leave for the annual Conference, which recommended Democratic State Campaign Committ- young men came to town and reported this vear will be held at Richmond Ky, ee, Mr. W. H. Brown, familiarly that hS father was seriously ill. The and it is sincerely hoped that the affaknown to his friends as "Bogue" citizens then began to investigate and ble and clever gentleman will be return Brown, for appointment as the County found that they were indeed in a de- ed to his present charge for the coming Chairman of the Campaign Committee, plorable condition. The old man was year. At an adjourned meeting of the and he has been appointed as the chair- speechless.had suffered a stroke of par- church board for this church and for man. A better man could not have alysis, he was lying on the ground with McKendree Dr. Pearce was highly combeen found. Mr. Brown is a democrat his faithful wife hovering over him, mended for his work, and in the event in season and out, and while he has trying to make comfortable what prov- he was not returned here, he was never been a candidate for office him- ed to be his last moments, for before heartily endorsed for the presiding elself, is never so happy as when he is the kind hearted citizens who at once dership for this district. During the assisting in electing a democratic ticket. set about to relieve their distress, last vear of Dr. Pearce's administraHe knows how to handle the game of could get him to town upon a cot which tion, covering the period from June 30, politics, and Garrard county will have thev had hastily provided, he died, 1910 to July 1, 1911, the churches under the most thoroughly organized cam- while they were carrying him to a place his care, McKendree and the church at paign this Fall it lias had for many of comfort where he might have care this place, vhave made the greateststri- des in their history; besides having the years. Mr. Brown will name his county, and attention. churches completely overhauled and committee in a few days and there will The old gentleman was 53 years of then be something doing in local poli- age and died of paralysis, probably remodeled at an expense of about $300. there has been 75 additions to the two tics. brought on bjtexhaustion and exposure. churches. During this period Dr. The good people then set about makOpens Campaign. Pearce attended 220 services, he has ing comfortable the remainder of the 9S2 in doing this work and has Governor McCreary opened the gub- family. Clean clothes were secured, travelled distributed 32G pieces of literature. ernatorial campaign at Bowling Green and after they had all had baths they This is pretty good work for even a on Monday in a masterful speech in were clothed in clean raiment from young man, much less for a man who which he sounded the key note of a head to foot; the county provided a fight which is to be bitterly waged coffin and .the sad hearted little group has reached Dr. Pearce's time of life. from now until November. followed the husband and father to his Mr. M. F. Rout, Dead. The Governor was greeted by a large last resting place in carriages furnishA severe shock was sustained by the assemblage or people from War- ed by the people, Wednesday afternoon. ren and adjoining counties, and the Ample food was provided for them and entire community on last .Friday when enthusiasm with which his remarks a place no sleep, the city furnished the news reached here that Mr. Millard "W were received points to his ultimate them transportation as far as Winches- F. Rout was dead. On Thursday evensuccess" in that locality. In ringing ter and the citizens donated money to ing Mr. Rout went to Danville to place words that would leave no doubt in the buy them tickets the remaining dis- his daughter on a train for West Virminds of anyone he declared himself tance, the tickets were purchased and ginia, where she was to join her husin favor of the extension of the Gounty they were placed on the early train band, he returned home and on arising Unit Law. He charged Judge O'Rear Thursday morning for Charleston, the next morning said that he felt well, with inconsistency in that he endorses where it is hoped fate will deal more much better than usual, he ate a hearty while kindly with them than it has hereto- breakfast and went to his room and a President Taft for few mirtutes later a shot was heard and yet claiming to'be a progressive and fore done. It was one of the most heart rending his horrified family on entering his Taft is a known stand patter. He pro pounded several questions to Judge sights we ever witnessed, the poor old apartments were shocked to find Mr. O'Rear which are of vital importance broken hearted wife and mother, weep Rout on his bed with a smoking pistol to the people of Kentucky, asking himJ ing over the loss of her husband, with by his side and a bullet wound completeif he endorsed Pres. Taft's vote of the her children gathered around her, ren- ly through his body having entered dered even more distressing by the fact from the right side, passing completely Farmer's free list bill, of the bill existing tariff on woolen that the young son was ill, and was through his heart and going out through the goods and wool, on cotton goods, ask afflicted with epilepsy or'some similar the wall, he never spoke. Besides his wife, who was a Miss h trouble and the eldest son had lost one ing him if he favored the 's arm and the fingers from his other Harlan, Mr. Rout is survived by two and if he endorsed Gov. tariffbill action in pardoning Powers, hand. Yet with all this misery they children, Mrs. Richard McGrath and Finley and Howard and several other were too proud to make their misery Mr. Robert Rout. His remains were questions which it will be hard for the known, we nave never witnessed a interred in the Danville cemetery on more touching case of devotion than Sunday. Millard Rout until a.year or Judge td answer. Governor McCreary said that "these this family showed toward the crippled more ago was a resident of Garrard husband, each of them re- county, living near the Fork Church. questions were of vital importance- - to father Kentucky, and the peo- fusing to desert him and staying with He was a light hearted, whole souled the people of him, even clever- - gentleman' and had a host of ple of Kentucky want to know where him until the breath had-le- ft you stand. Come out candidly and say though this cost them the pangs of friends, in the county who regret his untimelyend. privation and.hunger. where you are. e 1 m d Just Received a Car Load Of CT2K3 Spa ICSKS7 J ons One. s. p Let Us Sell You a 'pl;rJairMl:rMfrWlTgJin rfGW . H&sslden Bros. IgJlfSMfrSHII Hats Pu-as- ki tk m6?mfmimMiWAM SIJSTSON ' We have all the different styles direct from the f STETSON FACTORY te $Jf Soft felt;: will be PRICES more popular than AND ever this Fall. Of course you want the .right shape and ; siarte then buy af The House of Quality Stetson! $4.00 i $5.00 iJas. W. wm&-&Y:?mi- t' Smith., v 0$?&&0 StO&g&OOOOOOOOOOC Friday, 5spt 8th, ROBT. H. HARRIS 9 Presents The Greatest Pionier and Indian Drama Ever Written DANIEJL BOONE ON THE Payne-Aldnc- Will-son- THAIL PRICES 25, 35 . Carrying a pack of Siberian Wolves and Band of Sioux Indians. Watch for them. ad -- and 50cts. Seats on Sale at McRoberts Drug Store. P T ' - i . ' "W . ry in conjunction with the Burley Soci- - The teacher institute will be held in ety, has not as yet given his answer in Lancaster on Oct 2nd. to be conducted by Supt M. A. Cassidy and Mrs. Cora the matter. Wilson Stewart. All teachers who As Executor of the will of T. B. WalThe great river in hold certificatis are required by law to ker, deceased, I will on China has overflowed its banks and one attend the full session. SATURDAY, SEPT.. 9th, 1911 ' 2t ' at 2 o'clock p. in., at his barn on Richhundred thousand people are said to I International Harvester Company Replies. mond pike, at first railroad crossing have been drowned. populous city. The Campaign : t Entered at the Tost Oflice lu Lancaster, Ky., will present the issues of the mile from During the last month there have from Lancaster, as Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. Omaha Neb. is the latest city to public square, contest to the individual voter, and will SKZZ been widely circulated certain state- the following sell at publice out cry adopt the recall from of Government. personal property. appeal to his intelligence and his paHarMember Kentucky Press Association ments regarding the International Four work 2 triotism. The reception already accord vester Company, all of which have Implements, mules, horses, Farming and lot of baled hay and oats. ed the ticket and the platform gives No Need To Stop Work. their their origin in a report made more Will also offer . Eighth District Publishers League. .2 i interest in assurance of an old time Democratic than five years ago by Assistant Dis- 50 acres When your doctor orders you to stop of growing crop of corn and majority. trict Attorney Townsend, after a brief Lancaster, Ky., September 8, 1911. work, it staggers you. "I can't you interest in 20 acres. and partial investigation. LEWIS L. WALKER, Exr. Judge O'Rear says he wants to di- say. You know you are weak, run The International Harvester Comvorce the schools from politics, but he down and failing in health, day by day, pany has presented to the Stanley Rates For Political Announcements is careful to put his candidate for but you must work as long as you can Committee, at Washington, a complete 9 For Precinct and City Offices $ 5.00 Superintendent of Public instruction stand, What you need is Electric Bit- and vigorous answer, in which it is & .!- jz-- x 10.00 in charge of Republican headquarters ters to give tone, strength, and vigor t For County Offices iiii pointed out that the arguments and 15.00 in Western Kentucky. Is this a For State and District Offices to your system, to prevent breakdown hint conclusions of the "Townsend 10 to present For Calls, per line As administrators of the estate of and prospective school teach- and build you up. Don't be weak, Report" are based upon clearly erroneFor Cards, per line Wm. A. Burton, deceased, we will on .10 ers to come across? sickly or ailing when Electric Bitters n ous statements of facts. For all publications in the interWEDNESDAY, SEPT., 20, 1911 When the Democratic campaign gets will benefit you from the first dose. The "Townsend Report" claims that est of individuals or exprespromptly at 9 o'clock, sell at public Thousands bless them for their gloriin full swing this week, the woods will a monopoly in harvesting machinery sion of individual views, per be crowded with orators, and every ous health and strength. Try them. has been created because the Internati- outcry to the highest and best bidder stump will hold a spellbinder The Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. onal owns the patents on all the best on the premises of the late Wm. A. 05 Obituaries, per line Burton, one mile below Buckeye, the The ablest men in the State and nation Only 50c atR. E. McRoberts& Son. types of knotters. following described personal property:- - Jno. Deere Sulkey Plow. Call and let us show you its good features. wjll expound Democracy. It will be a The truth is that there has been no A Change in Owners. Four extra good mare mules, 4 to G Jno. Deere Steel, Oliver and Syracuse Walking Plows. See our line of Democratic Ticket. stirring contest from start to finish, patent whatever on the essential parts years old, G good two year old mules. and the war will be carried into the On Monday the Crab Orchard Sana- of any type of knotter since 1896, when stoves before buying. all well broke; 15 yearling mules; 5 For Governor James B. McCreary. remotest precincts. torium at Crab Orchard changed hand the Appleby patent expired. Neither Governor McCreary goes into the and the former owner Mr. J. L. Spit-le- r are there now any patents upon any good mule colts; 1 six vear old iack, For Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott campaign in fine fettle, clear in intelwill be exclusive manager, thus as- essential part of the grain binder. The good breeder. 15 hands high by Alpha For Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. the great show jack. Also a good For Auditor Public Accounts Henry lect, strong in body, and resolutien in suring to patrons the same old courtesy many basic patents had all expired in three year old jack that is a dandy, 15 purpose. He is ready for a d which they received under his manage- 1890, and there have been no substanM. Bosworth. hands high, good bone; 1 good jennett encounter. They cannot make it ment prior to the forming of the late tial patented improvements since 1891 safe in foal. For Secretary of State C. F. Crece- - too warm for this piairtLiEaircjEair-tain-'s;nii- r' 'girc 'TiRriirtrDfsillrr'nl mnnlfrer! winner of many bat- company. twenty years ago while the'life of a One extra fine four year old gelding, lius. rcJ .. tles. Beginning Monday at Bowling Another point o; interest to future la Attorney General James Garnett. Green, he will not rest until the vic- patrons is that the new management patent, as is wellknown, is only seven- well bred; 2 three year old geldings, For teen years. That there are no such one is an extra good walker; 2 two For State Superintendent of Schools tory is won in November. Governor has retained the former resident Dr. H. patents is known to1 every manufacturyear old geldings and two three year Barksdale Hamlett. McCreary will prove a valiant leader, R. Spitler whose success in the treat- er of harvesters, and is now emphasIS WORTH A TON OF TALK. old mares; 1 good walking 7 years For Commissioner Agriculture J W. inspiring his followers by his courage ment of the afllicted by means of drug-les- s ized by the fact that other manufac- old; 8 dandy good brood mare mares in foal m and example. agencies has been so complete. Newman. turers, including the Minnesota State by jack; 2 filly suckling colts; 5 good SEE THAT YOU GET Judge O'Rear has been on the deThe new management assures pa- Prison, have recently closely imitated Shetland ponies. For Clerk Court of Appeals R. L. fensive from the start. His first word trons that they will receive the best the International's models. Thirty Six two year old feeding cattle Greene. was an apology, his last an explana- treatment that can be given, also that The Townsend Report charges that will weigh 1,100 to 1.200; 15 two year For Railroad Commissioner W. F. tion. His record is famaliar to the the percentage of cures will remain at of all of the different types of 91 harves old feeding cattle will weigh 900 to Klair. voters, and they are asking questions its present high standard that their ters purchased by the International, all 1,000 pounds: S yearling steers, good 1 iS For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. 1 ? physicians have so far been able to except three-t- he that he is vainly trying to answer. shape; 7 yearling heifers, good grade; "Deering," For Representative John M. Farra is! With the legislature certain to be maintain. and "Osborne" have been 9 steer calves, extra good ones; 1 good from Garrard Co. m Democratic, Governor McCreary can Any inquiries should be addressed to abandoned, and and we Guarantee you that you will be that repairs are not bull calf; 2 heifer calves; 1 four year carry out his platform pledges while the Spitler Sanatorium as this will be furnished for any other. This fgj state- old Registered Bull, Van Meter stock ANNOUNCEMENTS Governor O'Rear would have both the style of the new firm, remember, ment is notoriously and absolutely un- will weigh 1,550 pounds; 5 good milch ill SATISFIED. hands tied. "a rose by any other name would still true. Repairs for the "Minnie," cows, extra milkers and with calves. For County Judge. DEPOSIT YOUR WHEAT WITH US. be a rose. ' ' 120 good Southdown Ewes and 3 good "Buckeye" and "Keystone," although In giving his instructions to the grand not manufactured for nearly ten years, bucks. Five good brood sows; 8 shoats We are authorized to announce ClayCure Your Tobacco Carefully. jurj at the opening of the Harrison have always been and are still furnish- weighing about 80 pounds; 1 extra good ton A. Arnold as a candidate for CounCircuit Court in Cynthiana Monday, ed by the International. Although the Poland China Boar. S'sfl ty Judge of Garrard County subject to We have frequently in the past adJudge Freyer toolc occasion to deny the monished the people of CORN 50 acres of corn measured at the action of the democratic party. the county in Report states that the "Champion," vafitiyBus Vi.'i &a a a t& B va editorial comment of some newspapers, regard to the careful curing of their "Piano" and "Milwaukee" binders and the heap. Also a big lot of fanning .ri lira We are authorized to announce which he alleges declared that the cirimplements, in good condition. tobacco, tried to impress upon them mowers have ceased to be manufactur33 James A. Beazley as a candidate for cuit judges are not enforcing the fish the Lancaster, Kentucky. TERMS fact that there was as much in the ed, the truth is that they have been County Judge of Garrard county, sub- and game laws. We have been as per$10,00 and under, cash in hand. Over proper handling of a crop of tobacco as since 1902 continuously manufactured, ject to the action of the Democratic sistent as any paper in the state in an was in the handling of any other and are still manufactured by the In- that amount, cash or a good note due t.iere party. effort to get an enforcement of these farm product, and that a liberal per ternational and are generally sold in four months bearing six per cent inlaws, but we do not place this failure cent was added to its market value by throughout the Uuited States. This is terest from date until paid. Sale will For Sheriff. at the door of the circuit judges, or of the proper handling n to the farmers and dealers be held rain or shine. any other officers. We believe that it weed. We publish and curing of the of the country. Dinner served on the ground. Col. I. We are authorized to announce C. A. herewith a few M. Dunn, Auctioneer. is the fault of the citizens themselves, El The Report's charge of a "binder Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of words of advice from Mr. Silas e Tt T. Xr. W R mTRTOM Aflmlnict,.,,- and if anyone has a knowledge of the Garrard County,- subject to the action of Lexington, who is one of the twine trust" is without any foundation tors, Buckeye, Kentucky. fish and game laws being broken, and largest of the Democratic party. loose leaf handlers in the state, whatsoever. The International is not will place that knowledge with the and we believe that the farmers will only in constant and vigorous competi REPORT OF THE CONDITION We are authorized to announce proper officers, either the common- find it to their advantage to follow out tion with the Plymouth Cordage ComOF THE Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff wealth or county attorney or before his suggestions. pany and a half dozen or more other of Garrard county, subject to the ac- the grand jury; there is small doubt "The general impression among the smaller twine manufacturers, but also tion of the democratic party. but that the offending party will be planters throughout National Bank the country is that with seven state penitentiary twine brought to speedy justice. Until this the growing crop mills. of tobacco, being a We are authorized to announce W. is done and the citizens themselves short one. will Since the International was organizL.- sell high. This I think, Lawson for sheriff of Garrard show CSTo. a tendency to assist the officers depends entirely on the quality. The ed, binder twine prices have steadily county, subject to the action of the in Fhone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancrsti-r- , Ky OF LANCASTEIJ.KV..AT bringing violators to justice, the last crop was a very large one and very fallen, and the decrease between 1902 democratic party. game and fish laws will continue to be common, Close of Business Sept ist, iqii. EJE3GE3TS3B?E52E32Ea53fe2a a considerable part of it re- and 1911 amounts to JO per cent. broken. Concerted action between mains unsold, and the The charge that the .International For Assessor. manufacturers RESOURCES. citizens and officers is what we want, are well supplied with the common has suppressed competition in harves- Loans n lid discounts $lN.y;7 Dave and what we must have before we grades. So We are authorized to announce secured r.vjl it is evident that in order ters is likewise untrue. It has had Overdrafts, to secure ami unsecured... .".0.000 U. S Bonds circulation... C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor may expect results. $ .000 continuously, and still has, the vigorous furniture mid fixtures to get good prices this erop must be $ Ime from .National Banks (not Re- of Garrard county subject to the accompetition of the Johnston, Walter A. cured bright. To do this the grower serve Aneutsi i.OSi :;yn tion of the democratic party. from The year is waning, nearly three must let his tobacco get Com- Due from State Bunks and Bunkers. 17..")irj ripe before Wood, Acme, and Adriance-Pla- tt Due .itairoved reserve imeiits. fourths gone. With the coming of the cutting. This can possibly be hastened panies in the binder trade, and several Notes of other National Bunks nickels l.oA" We are authorized to announce Mr. new year Fractional iiancr currency, the Kentucky Legislature by not suckering too closely, or and cents rather, other in the mower trade. Recently E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- will convene. il 37 matters not who is by leaving the top sucker until growers two large manufacturers have entered LAwrt'L Mosey Heserve In Bank, viz: It nation of Assessor of Garrard County, elected to represent Specie $ 7.71 50 Garrard county r I,u7" 00 notes subject to the action of the democratic that body, a bill will be introduced in arc ready to cut, This will lessen the the trade, while the Minnesota Prison r,0 to growers of the suckers below and factory compels free labor and private Redemption J(fund with U. S. Treas- S,70t We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection party. take enable the state to cede to the U. S. from the stalk urer (3 per cent of circulation)... '..C0 CO the excessive sap, there capital to compete with prison labor .'.' :i Flour, Raymond City Coal, all coal, no clinkers Tot a l A We are authorized to announce J. B. Government the site decided upon for by causing the tobacco to ripen earlier and public funds in the manufacture of MABIMTIES. Collier as a candidate for the nomina- our Federal Building, the city park. and more Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood smooth'y. It is to be hoped harvesters and twine. Capital stuck paid iu $."0,000 00 tion for assessor of Garrard county, Has it been decided who owns this that there is sufficient :w,000 00 The Townsend Report repeats the Surplus fund Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. profits. less expenses and subject to the action of the democratic property and who is to make the deed year to enable everyonebarn room this everrecurring falsehood that binders Undividedpaid taxes 7.:o." o:: to house his party. when the time comes. If this has not crop properly, outstanding iio.oOO (Ml National and not crowd it, as was are sold at a cheaper price abroad than IndividualHank notes subject toclietk. H'l.niv. deposits been done, it should be done without done the past wio to We are authorized to announce W. season. Allow no wet at home. The United States Govern- Certified Checks Notes and Bills Kediscounted 17.S.'7 (u L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- further delay, for the Government is tobacco to go up into the barns. If ment's investigation, in 1909, proved Keserved for Taxes ftiit 12 ::u Total or of Garrard county subject to the most assuredly not going to wait while the weather is hot and damp 1 advise that while the American farmer pays we settle our family disputes in order putting fire bindaction of the Democratic party. Kentucky. County of Gakrarp. ss: under tobacco at once with approximately $125.00 for a State of CMIP NELSON, KY. to secure a title to the property. ('ashler of I. enough heat to dry it out in five or six er, in France this same machine costs bank,V.doF. Cnamp, swear that the above named solemnly the above stateSurely we are not going to forfeit hours. This We want 50 tons of Timothy Hay. We are prepared to clean For Magistrate. heat, if possible, should $173.70; in Germany, $203.00; in Swed- ment Is true to the bi'itnfmv knouledse and ? V. F. Champ. belief. the opportunity to secure this building be run up to 110 or" 115 degrees. Seed Wheat at oc per bushel. Clean it the same day you brinf it. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 0th. Then en, $100.80; and in Great Britain, $135.-1We. are authorized to announce for which money has already been apday of Sept l'JU. S. C. Denny. Notary Public. O John N. White as a candidate for propriated, both for site and buildiner. when it is not raining, open up the In spite of the fact that materials Commission Expires January '.'5, 1012. Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- because of a mere difference of owner barn and give it all the air possible had Cokkicct Attest : increased in cost 30 per JJ. F. IlrnsoH. ) rard county, subject to the action of ship between town and county. Thresh firing it again when necessary to keep cent, and wages more more than J. S. Johnson. Directors. than 17 per cent, it from getting into a sweat or strut. the democratic party. this matter out gentlemen, and when J.J. Walker. In case the weather is very cold at the International did not increase its We are authorized to announce Wal- the time comes, let us be fully prepar- cutting time causing the tobacco to price of binders until three years ago, REPORT OF THE CONDITION ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis- ed to make this title without delay. cure green, it is best to close up the And then an increase of only 7 per cent OFTIIE trate in the first district of Garrard barn, and it is thought by some, best was made. This, however, owing to At Eddyville Ky., the state and Lyon to crowd the tobacco for a few days in some reductions in material, has been County, subject to the action of the county have filed suit against the Ew- - order to yellow it. Then shake democratic party. BANK, the largely wiped out by an announced re- NATIONAL ald Land & Iron Co. for back taxes on leaves well apart and regulate duction of 5 per cent for 1922, although it in property the valuation 'of which is the rails. A moderate fire at this the cost of labor has advanced more Dont mention anything $3,000,000. The property is CSTo. 1L03.) claimed time might be beneficial. I would ad- than 26 per cent. about national issues in Kentucky. not to have been listed durincr OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT the It worries Judge O'Rear, and he is a years 1907-- 8 and consists of money and vise every tobacco grower to be pre- RHEUMATISM The Close of Bosiness Sept 1, 1911 very nervous man. Bradley voted for bonds in fat Louis and the old rolling pared to take care of his tobacco as above indicated by supplying himself Gured By The Marvel Of The Century reciprocity, and Congressman Langley, mill property on the Cumberland river with coke which is possibly the best RESOURCES. manager of O'Rear's campaign, voted below Eddyville. !... $i:.t,9II t and discounts fuel for the purpose and also some 'B.B.B. Tested For 30 Years. Loans against it. The Republican.0 are split Orerdrafts. secured and unsecured... 1,112 2'.i SS&! means of burning it. There are a num 50.000 00 U. 8. Rouds to fecure circulation into factions on every national question, Hon Roger Quarles Mills died at his securltiL-setc Aching bones, swollen joints perman- Itonds They last ajifetime. They're Fireproof Stormproof fixtures 7,000 CO the Kentucky delegation scattering home in Corsicana Tex. Sunday after a ber of cheap stoves made for the pur- ently through the blood with pure Bot- Due from National Banks (.tot reserve pose, or one can easily get some sheet Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of buildings. For like an old muzzle loading shot gun. lingering illness. He was 79 years old. SO no agents) . anical ingredients. To prove it we will Due from apprqverjreserveauents.... 00,211 k: further detailed information apply to W They cannot afford to let either their Mr. Mills was an old time democrat, of iron and make a burner that will anis so Checks and otlivr casii items send you a sample treatmenn free. ' 2."u 00 candidate for Governor, or any of their the old school, an ardent advocate of swer every purpose. Use plenty of Kotes of other Rational Banks Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, 1" 31 If you have bone pains, sciatica or Fractiouaipapervcurreucy.uickels.cts speakers, say a word on the subject of tariff reform, He was twenty years in kindling to lieat up the coke, then conshooting pains up and down the legs, Lawful Moey Reserve In Bank. tinue to add coke as needed to "keep So trusts, the tariff or reciprocity. the National House and seven years in the fire going. Move ".sio oo these stoves aching back or shoulder blade swollen Specie 11.SM) 00 4,750 00 press hard on the soft pedal. notes the Senate. Mr. Mills was a Kentuck-ia- around under joints or swollen muscle, difficulty in the tobacco every few is telling his hearers Judge O'Rear 2,5oo 00 U. S. Treasurer born in Tood county. minutes. Additional heat can be got- moving around so you have to use Due from that 70,000 voters in Kentucky sell $202,070 H Drop A Letter In Total crutches; blood thip or skin pale skin their votes, and he baldly told the The remains of Hon. Russell Railey ten by the use of corn cobs by building itches and burns shifting pains, bad LIABILITIES small cob fires throughout the barn The Box people in Hardin County that 700 of who died in Frankfort last Friday, breath; lumbago, gout 'take Blood Balm, $ 50.000 00 them were on the market about elec- were Jaid to rest at his home in Wood- about eight feet apart all over the B, B. B. which will remove every Capital stock paid in enclosing your check for 00 Surplusfuud Undivided profits, less expenses and tion time, getting the best price ob- ford county on Sunday. With the pass building. These fires can be easily millinery, dressmaking 5.417 S2 symptom, because B. B. B sends a taxes paid tainable. Shortly afterward called ing of Mr. Railey, Kentucky loses one started by dipping a cob in coal oil. rich tingling flood Outstanding... co.ono m of warm rich pure National Bank Notes Banks or household bills and National :r:i is Duo he called his fellow candidates together of her best judges of the horse and he A few of them will soon dry out the blood direct to the paralyzed nerves, Due to Other Companies and Savings to Trust barn and will leave no bad flavor in rid your mind of worry. 00 Banks camIt and assessed them 30,000. for was probably not excellent in this line 77 bones and joints giving warmth and Individual deposits subject to check. the tobacco." does not include iu the world. By having a bank acV paign purposes. This Including Certificates strength just where it is needed, and Bills payable. for money borrowed.. 5,000 00 of Deposit the amounts to be collected from the count you are obliged to Reserved forTaxes 1.2881 in this way making a perfect lasting A Dreadful Sight. federal and State employes. A word Jose Pino Suarez, Governor of Yucaexercise care in spendcure of Rheumatism in all its forms. 2i)2.fi70 59 Total to the 70,000 grafting voters is suffic- tan won the nomination for vice presi- to H. J. Barnum, of Freeville, N. Y., B. B. .B has made thousands of cures ing. This helps you to ofGap.kai-.d.ss- : dent of Mexico on the progressive was the fever sore that had plagued ient. of rheumatism after all other medicines Stateof Kentucky, County of the above form the saving habit. I, S. C. Dksny. Cashier Decreasing the taxes on banks and ticket Saturday, defeating Dr. (Gomez. his life . for years in spite of many liniments and doctors have failed to named bank, do solemnly swear that the above We invite you to deposit corporations, and increasing farm lands The progressive ticket will now be remedies he tried. At-lastatement is true to the best of my knowledge he used help or cure. Druggist or by express and belief. S. C. Denny, here, and offer you prompt and courteous service. A glance for assessment purposes 161,000,000. is Madero and Suarez. Gen. Reyes will Bucklen's Arnica Salve and wrote: "it $1 per large bottle, with directions for Cashier. to Subscribed and Governor Willson's way of protecting oppose Madero as an Independant. has entirely healed with scarcely a home cure. Sample sent free by writ- dayof Sept, 1911. sworn AV. before me this Cth at our last statement will give you absolute confidence in O. Rlgney. And the Repubthe small .Notary jruDllc. scar left." Heals Burns, Boils, Ec- ing Blood Balm Co, Atlanta, Ga. Deour solvency. My Commission expires Feb 17, 1914. and Judge James B. Haggin who was solicited zema, Cuts, Bruises, Swellings, Corns lican State Convention Correct Attest: by Clarence LeBus to lend his aid to and Piles like magic, Only 25c at R, scribe your trouble and free medical he did right. & 8. D. Cochron, ) O'Rear say advice given. Sold by R. E. McRobDirectors. J.L.Gill, The Democratic organization this the formation of a tobacco manufactu- - E. McRoberts & Son. j erts & Son. lm , A. R. Denny. The Central Record year will be the most thorough ever made in Kentucky. The very best men in every county have volunteered their incorporated. services, with the result that in each $1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. precinct a house to house campaign will be conducted. The hamlet will receive GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. as earnest consideration as the most Com-miteee Public Sale. one-ha- lf THE COMING PLOW. fSSB!5 i Yan-Ste-Kian- g. i two-thir- fem535r--fsSifciJ- S ds ft zsr? one-ha- lf BEDI- ss &'& - Administrator' s Sale! -- maXhitig&s. r well-know- IJ. R. MOUNT, SON .wi-'i'iir'ip'irE- C& CO. hand-to-han- -'aj I. One Ounce ot batisiaction g I I! 1 "Mc-Cormick- ," llHpn f vr 1 i Cr y nou lid ITS Milliiur mmmWwMim WMmsMimWEMfMmm We Write Any Kind of m well-know- Shel-burn- us u RAI C E Office at National Bank. i"S Citizens 23e. BEAZLEY & COLLIER - BuukiiiK-.hou?- . lour, Co al, Salt, Shiiglgs Legal-tende- -- . STUDEBAKER WAGONS. i GLASS and SAUNDERS Ca-hi- er V 0. Hu-s-s-- S-- jgjgSgs . Bankine-lious.inruiturea- V Legal-teud- h, i I ! J5-,.- st tax-paye- r. V The'Garrard Bank Trust Company. 1-- m v S -- . m 2 WRETTii3T2aL EUiaifSriS EACH DAY WE RECEIVE NEW s OF 9 K And FALL f O 45 f we have on display a BEAUTIFUL Line of for Childrens' School Dresses in Choicest Selections, r f Inch Ging hams 1 G The Joseph M ere Putting It Off is a Bad habit when it is a question of BUYING COAL. s I s njm- I 3rqi3yWS3 The S$ftjjgKaP' first thing you know you are all out and there is coolness of many kinds in the jvffM IP ? 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. house. I Lancaster Lumber & Mfg Dave saidr-Everyb- ody Co. I should have Star Coal in their cellar. day to Chicago where she holds a most the U. D. C. will meet .Jonday afterexcellent position in one of the city noon September 11 at the horr.e of! schools. Mesdames Mattie P. and Fred Frisbie. j af- All of the members are urged to" Mrs. Arthusa Curry is at home I as very important business ter several months stay with her Mrs. Fishor D. Gaines of will be discussed. daughter Danville. Col. Ed Hopper was with relatives A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those W: Are Interested In. here this week. Mr. Hopper has r.o 'Mice Plume :;i. Herbert Lancaster returned to his Residence Phone home in Cincinnati Sunday r f lor a pro settled habitation, is a wanderer upon LANCASTER. KY. tracted visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. the face of the earth, he is awaiting the return of his daughter, who with Judge L. L. Walker was a visitor in Sweeney. her husband is located in Manilla P. I. Louisville this week. Miss Betsy Ware has returned to her and upon her return to this country. SrUS-eST&J3L- 3 Jndge A. D. Ford was in Lexington home in Hopkinsville after an enjoy- Mr. Hoppsr will take up his residence-neaTuesday for a short stay. : B. F. HUDSON, President. able visit to Mrs. R. E. McRoberts J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. her. Mr- - John Breathitt of Frankfort was and daughter. I ORGANIZED 1SS3. PcawT.i nrrmnzzKy scsm q navoutaMi,n. g a recent visitor in this city. Miss Minnie Margaret Walsh of YGUU FIND IT IN TiiiS COLUilN. f Miss Annie V. Jennings of Danville Campbellesville is here to take charge j of her music class in the Lancaster is visiting Garrard relatives. va mkeuxzjvsbikm aaoccac: e Graded school. , OF LANCASTER, KY. Miss Lee Prather of Richmond is the Miss Scotta Petty has returned from FOK Svl- e- White French Poodk-Doguest of Miss Callie Adams. CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS $30,000. a vacation spent with her sisters Mrs Sue Repass. It Miss Allie Arnold is improving after Totten, Brown and Thurman at W. F. CI I P, Cashier. two weeks illness of tonsilitis. Recleaned seed rye and seed wheat Decatur, Illinois. W. 0. Rigxey, Ass't Cash'r. for sale. Hudson & Hughes. Phonv 2G Mrs. Argie Bosley of Danville is vis J. J. Walkkr, Jn., Miss Lucy Walker Doty is at home iting Mrs. James B. Kinnaird. Lo&t on Thursday night a black bivst again after a pleasant stay with her Baker Walker of Nicholasville has sisters Mesdamos Ed Smith and George pin. Return to Mrs. Pattie Anderson and receive reward. been visiting Lancaster relatives. Bogard of Richmond. Gossip About People N ve N? J R BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer g -- llipi& QnoBBamMm t "We Citizens National Bank A-MHook-Keepe- tmxa-ctavu- iai g Mes-dam- es r. Business Solicited. S. Johnson, B. vrfr Prompt Attention. IMihlllhltinl'McffljMrE (IhlMJSllJSflllilhliiJS. We Sell Ice A AT THE ame r - AT . i2c Per Pound H. V. BASTIN. - lililflililJijl!iJrllJS!lJ IMJrMirM.llilllTrll Jesse Arnold of Frankfort has joined Barc.ain-- 12 Mrs. T. B. Walker was in Richmond H. P. Foos gasoline enhis wife here for a visit to relatives. gine; replaced by Electric Motor. the past week on business. P. O. Box 353, Danville, Ky. Miss Mary Arnold leaves Tuesday to Miss May Alagee of Danville is the enter the Cincinnati College of music. guest of Miss Mamie Bastin. Subscribe or renew for Magazine's before October they will advance. Miss Al Anderson is in Lexinc-toMr. M. II. Aldridge and family will Mrs. Dollie Brown at Joseph's Store. visiting her sister Mrs. W. T. Brown- leave Garrard soon to reside in Texas. ing. Mrs. John S. Young of Lexington For Rext A house and lot on LexMiss Elizabeth Ford has been visit- was the guest of Mrs. V. A. Lear last ington street adjoining the house in " , which I live. Mrs Susan Fisher. It ing in Nicholasville and attended the week, fair. Mr Van Logan of New York City is v For Sale Mr. Willis Kennedy of Richmond, here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Logan. 3S acres of land, well improved on was a visitor in Lancaster, for a few Miss Mattie Lee Hughes of Birming- pike, two miles from Lancaster, well days. ham, Ala, has been the guest of Miss watered. Price right, call on James P. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller have reBourne. Lancaster, Ky. Bernie Lear. turned from a weeks visit to Mount Mr Arthur Joseph has gone east to Vernon. Notice purchase new goods for the Joseph All persons having claims against the Mrs. W. 0. Bradley of Frankfort is the guest of her sister Miss .Tpnnio Mercantile Company. estate of T. B.' Walker deceased w ill Mr. and Mr. S. C. Denny were recent please preBCTTTthem tome at once proDuncan. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Farra perly approven. Lewis L. Walker, Mrs. James A. Beazley and of Jessamine county. Exec. 3t9-- l. were recent guests of Danville Mrs Bright Herring and little daugh Lost in Lancaster Saturday 19th relatives. ter have returned from a visit to her gentlemens gold watch medium size. Miss Bessie Brown leaves next Tues17 jewel, Elgin, with a coca cola fob. mother and sons in Lexington.day to matriculate at Madison Female Mr. and Mrs. John P. Long have re- Return to me and receive liberal reInstitute. W. M. Mahan. turned after a protracted stay in Texas ward. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Rmwn wp in and are with their son Robert Long. Farm For Rent. Kirksville Sunday visiting Mrs. Will Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Wintersmith Blakeman. A good farm containing 200 acres of have returned to their home in Louis fine farming land for rent. 90 acres in Miss Minnie Gulley is at home after a pleasant stay with her sister in ville after a visit to Mrs. William R. cultivation, rest in crass. A rnod pot Cook. tage of 4 rooms aniLfobacco barn which Richmond. Mrs. John Shackelford left Sunday holds 12 acres. Farm located in good Dr. and Mrs. James M. Staughton neighborhood, 3 miles from town. For came Monday for a visit to Mrs. H. A. for her new home in Oklahoma after a short visit to her mother Mrs. Emma further information apply at thisoflice. B. Marksbury. - j j . J. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker. T. M. Arnold. Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. frariiip- .m wwfr r" jttwh TTTSugriLx L'milUMW. H'W.r-mr- .j ! jjiiil.. i.i THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. 9 Capita! $50,000. $SurpIus 25,000. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres'L S. C. DENNY. Cashier. ' J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Emhry, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, AIx R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. zti:vi.T--vx.;J.jm- ri ; Something New In i KaufTman. 2t SCHOOL BOOKS AND - School Supplies. j CASH ON LY. McRobem Drug Store A FULL LINE OF BLUE AND WHITE i r I Enamelware just received. Prices lower then ever before. GIVE US A CALL. L. G. DAVIDSON Judge Lewis L. Walker, H. Clay here visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Kautfman and Joe Francis were the Thomas Wherritt guests Sunday of Col. J. P. Doty at Mrs. George White of Huntsville, his suburban home. Alabama is the guest of her cousin Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk and daughters Mrs. Givens Terrill. Misses Annie Lee and Margaret of . Misses Stella and Mollie McWhorter Lexington are visiting Mrs. J. B. of Paint Lick were guests of their aunt Bourne and daughters. Mrs. W. S. Carrier. Misses Lettie May McRoberts and Miss Bessie Shugars has returned Miss Betsy Ware were intertained at from a visit to her sister Mrs. Jonas the home of Mr. George McRoberts of Rucker of Richmond. Danville at a six o'clock dinner. Mr. Hubert Dunn of Leximrton is Mr. J. W. Simnson has accented a Uere visiting his grand parents Mr. position with Mr. L'. G. Davidson and ana Mrs. J. jj. Gulley. Mr. Richard V. Anderson has joined Mrs. John Cotton and daughter Miss Mr. H. T. Logan's force of clerks. Annie of Dahville were recent guests Mrs. Annie Singleton and daughter ot Mrs. W. 0. Rigney. Miss Elmer left Friday for Millersburg Mr. and Mrs. George R. Harden of where Mrs. Singleton Avill take a posiBellevine, Kentvcky were recent guest tion as matron of Millersburg. College. of Mrs. Emma P. Grant. Miss Alberta Anderson entertained at "500" last Saturday afternoon in Mr. J. J. Myers was called to Lincoln the past week by the sudden death honor of Miss McRoberts attractive guest Miss Betsy Ware of Hopkfhs- of his aged father Mr. Levi Myers. yille. Mrs. Hervey McDowell and little Mr. Thomas Denton, Mrs. John Dendaughter of Pasts Christian, Miss are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Walker. ton and Miss Hallie Vale of Lexington motored to Crab Orchard last week, Mrs. J. C. Hemphill and son J. C. stopping en route, with Mrs. V. A. Jr. have returned to Louisville after Lear. several week's visit to Lancaster relaand Mrs. H- - Clay Sutton left . Mr. tives. Monday for an extended trip to WashMr. and Mrs. Jesse Arnold returned ington D. C. taking a steamer there to their home in Frankfort, Wednesday for Norfolk, Virginia thence to New after a visit to friends and relatives York and Niagara Falls. here. ' Mr. and 'Mrs. Victor Stone of SomerMiss) Dela Roberts of Walton Kv. set are receiving- congratulations upon .will be here Monday to take charge of the arrival of twin sons at their home. Miss Rella Arnold trimming room ihia The little lads have been christened season. William Harrold and Hobert Carroll ' Miss Annie Royston returned Satur I The Mary Walker Price Chapter of "" - Claude Wherritt of New Orleans is Kitcken Ware a life tinrbe. The genuine "1S92" Ware, made only from pure SPUN (not .cast) Aluminum'il! not crack, scale, peel, break, jsccirch or burn. It looks ,Iike silver but weighs only about as- much, is easily cleaned and handled, and will not rusi;. corrode or tarnish. Absolutely pure, jsfand wholesome ; saves.money, tiroeand one-quart- The 1S92" Pure:Spun Aluminum Ware is rapidly coming into use for cooking purposes, it is taking the placo of agate and enamel ware because while its first cosi' is a trifie more than ordinary ware, it is really much cheaper in the long run, as it is guaranyears and will last practically teed for' fifteen B er - non-poiso- no doctor'Sibilfcs. ware stnmneti witfr the Maltese' ;Cros3. At ycur dealeis. i ilno- DCbUIC UU K". H Ullb'1"" &- - . L. G. DAVIDSON. Red Top Asphalt Granite Roofing Is the Best and Cheapest Satis- -- !.' Telephones Installed Since May 1st, 191 357 H G. A. Ballard 397 Miss Fannie Bishop 1G5 F. G. Hurt 339-- J J. Q. Mahan 3G3-- S 1. ,.,,.... : . .. ... .' 374-- S factory Roofing made today. THERE IS NO TAB HUT. J. W. Mahan .... G- - A.Morgan Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. Residence Crab Orchard St. ..Residence Water SL Residence 3 M Richmond pike. Residence 6 M Lexington pike. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. 186 3G5 383-384-U Misses Moss & Lay... . Dr. R. L. Pontius. James Rankin.. T. C. Rankin...'......., j Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. Residence Bricht's Bend. Residence 3 M Old Danville PikV ; s ASK YOUR DEALER 213 381 Turner & Carpentc r Haselden Bros. Grocery Campbell St. Miss Marearet Zan one.. Residence Crab Orchard St. I? aste this in your telephone book. The 9astin Telephone Company, Inc., LancasteiyKy. -. i i A, 'J. &wJtk - w ..V JW vNi -- 3 oooo Seed Wheat For Sale. attend Union College at Barborville. . Mr. W. F. Champ of Lancaster was 100 bushels of no 1 seed wheat for Every year a large number of poor here Monday mingling with his friends. As administrator of Patsy Noel, de- - sale also 200 bushels of onions. B. F. sufferers whose lungs are sore and of all kinds and of the .. I Itecleaned seed rye and seed wheat ceased, I will on Robinson. Phone 3G3 B. racked with coughs, are urged to go to 66oooooioooafroo6 000000000 064 SATURDAY SEP 9, 11 sale. Hudson & Hughes, Phone 26 another climate. But this is costly for Old Case Settled. An Mrs. W. G. Kemper has returned at the old Noel home stead, in Garrard and not al .vays sure. There's a better Go to the BEST Place if you want Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed way. Let Dr. King's New Discovery from a visit to her sister in Owen County, Ky.. at 2 p. m. sell to the high The following press dispatch from the BEST WORK. est and best bidder, the following prop Frankfort, Ky. announces A representative of our Company cure you at home. "It cured' me of county. We have the only Steam Stererty in Lan- lung trouble, ".writes W. R. Nelson, will be at the Kengarlan Hotel Miss Mary Lear returned home last of an old case by Judge Cochran of the TWO TRACTS OF LAND ilizer in town for Massage. Shop day. ol Crlainine. Ark., "when all else Saturday after several weeks visit to caster, every county court District U. S. Court. The case has Tract No. 1 lies in Garrard County been in the United States in weight. friends. failed and I gained 47 pounds court for on Richmond St, Its surely the king of all cough and j Mrg w T Parkg hag returne(i from near Potts Mill, near the old Noel place many years and Mr. W. S. Miller, HARRIS & WHEELER, GO acres more or less. HENRY DUNCAN lung cures. lhousanus owe tneir , Louisvjiie where she nurchased a stock and contains formerly of this place, and Mr. G. T. This property has agood dwelling, 2 KENTUCKY. lives and health to it. It's postively NICHOLASVILLE. Higginbotham as administrator of the The Old Reliable Barber of fall millinery goods. good barns and ever lasting water. guaranteed for Coughs, Colds, estate of the late John M. Higginboth- Mr. and Mrs. John Terry have had Tract No 2 lies in Madison County, Asthma, Croup all Throat and for their visitors Mr. and Mrs. John am were interested in its settlement. TOO MUCH LOVE near Edenton Post Office and contains Lung troubles. 50c & $1.00. Trial bot- Terry and son of Kansas. "A decision was filed in the United (W ifvr2 mftva rv luce Molly and I had a sharp argu- Tnic lirnnprtv Ton much love for fun, frolic and tle free at R. E. McRoberts& Son. States Court here yesterday by Judge Km- d has ,, . ., a good dwelling, tobacco barn and Misses Fannie Noe and Susie o ment about when the dishes should rich food causes stomach, liver "" ' oenran in ine case ot the Knoxville nervous trp,uuies .i ii ' tipv 2nd j. home this week to attend everlasting water. Tima ir an j;uuu lu left 88421 be washed, and I said if she'd pnt reedies hejp you but DENN'S Real Estate Company for the use of V 3 NT LlOIfc. bacco land. school at Barboursville. water right after SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures W. S. Miller and W. S. Miller against her dishes in hot Terms made known on day of sale. ir'vou. Our discoverer, ten years a After a visit to his parents Mr. R. M. Trimble, R. A. Mitchell, Jacob the meal she wouldnt get herself, ,is,.raWe sufferer with the above The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs Newton Season 191 1. R. L. NOEL, Admr. 2t;pd Toddxand wife have returned for Walker Guyn Friday, Henry, W. W. Wiseman and George - in hot water so often. One thing troubles, and RHEUMATISM to their home at Galveston Texas. iW. Higginbotham, administrator, in?A4rc YXflQ rnrpn in one wccik. N E Y. Miss Nancy Terry of Richmond spent S A WORD WITH WOMEN. certain she can get prove our remedy, while they last, Saturday and Sunday at home. Mr. H. E. Rucker of Louisville and volving over half a million dollars. Suits, Coats and Skirts for fall 1911 regular size bottles only 25c at J. C. Rucker of Lexington visited their Valuable Advice For Lancaster Readers. Miller and the defendants subscribed Miss Chastine Rucker left Monday to home folks here Sunday and Monday. all the stock to the , Knoxville Lake Stormes Drug Store. at R. S. BROWN'S. Many a womon endures with noble Park Springs Company a Tennessee Mrs. S. P. Huches and little son of Lancaster have been visitors at hgj. patience the daily misery of backache, corporation; in 1890, the company be- t-parents home Mr. and Mrs. James pains about the hips, blue nervous ing capitalized at .,uuu.uuu. The comDENTIST spells, dizziness and urinary disorders, pany bought land from the Knoxville Francis. & hopeless of relief because she doesn't Real Estate Company Office over Miss Arnold"-- . Millinery. THE DRY FALL OUTING TO and others, but ' Mr. Arthur Scott died at his home know what is the matter. near Lowell last Monday morning afIt is not true that every pain in the made but one partial pajment on any ter a lingering illness of fever, Arthur back or hips is trouble "peculiar to the of it, and the stockholders paid but a was the second son of Mr. and Mrs. sex." When the kidneys get conges- small part on the stock subscribed. James Scott and a young: man of splen ted and inflamed, there are many such The Knoxville Real Estate Company did character and many friends. He aches and pains and the whole body brought suit for the balance due it and recovered judgment, the land was re- was a member of the Christian church sulfers. All Work Guaranteed. You can tell it is kidney trouble if , soId ai,d bought in by the real estate and will be greatly missed in the church Kentucky. Burial at Manse the secretions are dark colored, con company, Later the judgment was Paint Lick, and community. ROUND TRIP FROM the real estate company to tain sediment: the passages are too,30'" Thursday P. M. freouent or scantv. Then heln the Miller, who then filed suit to compel weakened kidneys. Tney can't get his fellow s tockholdersin the Lake A Word Of Scandal. Not well alone. rarK springs Company to pay the bal- And all Way Stations. i marred the call of a neighbor on Mrs. Doan 3 Kidney Pills have brought ance due on their stock, in order to' nhweiran ;nH Regular Train 5:15 a. m. u,,y a W. P. Spangh, of Manville, Wyo., who sound backs and new life and strength satisfy the judgment he had brought r,l:,0,v-u,- l said: "she told me Dr. King.s New to thousands of suffering women. They against said company. Judge Cochran Offiice over Logan's store. 50 This includes your board and Life Pills had cured her of obstinate are enforced by thousands endorsed holds that Miller, being one of the ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY $6One evening for a promenade or uance Cave. kidney trouble, and made her feel like at home Read this Lancaster woman's original stockholders, cannot be Residence Phone 75. Ollice Plione C. ,Imiccin to thP Sfiveral routes in the a new woman.,, Easy, but sure remedy statement: ed to rocover of the other stockholders L. S N. Ticket . Agent. M A Grand Three-Day- s Outing. Write or Phone Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St., Lancas for his own benefit. The amount Mill- S3 for stomach, liver and kidney trouble. Call and see us for a good Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts&Son. ter. Ky., says: 1 never tail to praise er claimed was due by the stockholders Hair Cut and Clean Shave Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the was $322,000. opportunity. I have never been withThe defendants are residents of Only Two White Barbers In Town. out a supply of this remedy in the house Kentucky, hence the suit was filed in for years and whenever my back be- the United States Court in this State. See the tall sljjn, North side of comes lame and painful, a few doses Public Square. & o cooooo ooooo eoeeooooo 09 always bring prompt relief. For someM. time I suffered from kidney trouble. The kidney secretions were unnatural I FARMER'S COLUMN I and I knew that my kidneys were disordered. At that time it was my good O00OO000O00OOO000OOOO0OO00003 fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills I'itVS K-- tf cpace below this hearting 13 for the excluand I procured a supply at Frisbie's OS 2ii vn ii LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. use my sive use of onr farmer subscriber, and is for Drug Store. Through their the stile of stock, grain and such things on kidneys were restored to a normal con- furni as the farmtr caunnt afford to adver- Will Practice in all State Courts and dition." t tise. Xo notice will be accepted over fonr U. S. District Court. CABLE SERVICE TO Ai.Li.THE WORL9 For sale by all dealers. Price 50 lines, and will be only in wo issues of the 25 000 OFFICES ir-- AMERICA Ollice over Police Court. Thone 19-n Co., BuiFalo, ItECORD, free of charge cents York, sole agents for the United New Two extra bucks for sale. T. D. States. Chesnut. Remember the name Doan's and 'ELVIOCfcE OrtOOKS CffMCjyL-aiAlCTHPO Vrt' fC5iDrwr For Sale 92 head of sheep for sale take no other. Tom Conn. 7 at a bargain. MAHKSliUKl'. Recleaned seed rye and seed wheat CG 51 275 for sale. Hudson & Hughes, Phone 2G Cleaning and Pressing La 1911 Jim Turner sold two of his horses for "Detroit.. Mich. &&& 150. each. J. C. Fox purchased of Elijah Baker Mrs. Mahan is out after several five S30 pound heifers for which he dies and Men's Garments. paid per pound. weeks illness. Phone 340. Public 'bquare. Mrs. Anion has been quite sick for Wanted Second hand hemp mathe past week. h. IV. Faulkner, jWgr. chine. J. Wade Walker E. C. McWhor-to- r. 100 hogs from Victor Lear purchased FLANDERS ,f20'01 Another and Rome Rubles at G.45 per cwt. Ullice Hours Ofliee over Maurey Weil, of Lexington, pur1 p.m. to t. 8 a.m to StormeV l)rng Store C. A. Robinson bought a bunch of chased Tuesday of W. C. Daniel fifty a month. This time a Glean sweep fat cows from Green Bowling at 31cts. head of yearling cattle at 4X cents per 13- - !E Recleaned seed rye and seed wheat pound. Bourbon News. SaturThe THREE speed FLAHDERS "20" won for sale. Hudson & Hughes. Phone 26 DENTIST. For Sale My, farm containing 60 The Ladies Working Society will acres, 3J miles from Lancister on the Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. Mass, 1 minute 18,85 meet at the parsonage next Thursday. Lexington pike. Dead Horse da W. H. Sebastian. Mr. Bill Clark of Jessamine county For Sale Hill onions sets, hill has been visiting his son Mr. Robert by 46 seconds onions and white clover honey. Clark of this place. Walton E. Moss. Phone 3S1F Countp Messrs Jake and Joe Rice who left by 37 She and second Charles, Layson, of Millersburg. Mr. Ky 34 years ago have returned to visit fllONE XS-Office over F G Hurt's furniture tcre. received last week from Nat Collier, friends of their old home. made by powered and Rev. Wm. Anderson of Birmingham of Carlisle 23 head of 1,200 pound cat- Lancaster, Kentucky. deAla., has joined his wife here and has tle for which he paid 5 cents. The livery was made at Millersburg. been real sick but is improving. Hudson, Oakland, Cameron, Mr Harve Sutton and family of Cin Wednesday, in Lexington, the Harp cinnati have returned after several day livery stable,, on Limestone street, beand Empire . visit to his mother Mrs. Margaret longing to the Wm Heacox estate, wa3 Sutton. transferred to James B. Haggin, for Dead FLAlJDEHS!f20". was Mr. M. G. Aldridge and family will $30,000. The stable will be torn down leave in a few days for Texas where and an up to date milk dairy built. E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician one I mile" Horse 400 mile Glasses B ittctl. Satisfaction Guaranteed. they will make their future home. The give up such community regrets to 4 Is Your Skin on Fire. newspaper good citizens but wish them prosperity bad and one e$eoooogoooocooo&o in their new home. Does it seem to you that you can't stand another minute of that awful, .very-ba- d I burning itch? That it MUST be cooled? of QUALITY. FLAIIDERS .time" 1909 by any 9 time made That you MUST have relief? t of Oil of Wintergreen, i0CNX0-0OGet a mixture O06o Thymol, and other soothing ingredients by And time made as compounded only in D. D. D. Prescription. Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of any one She and The very first drops STOP that awSip, Ky., writes: "I was ful burning instantly! VETERINARIAN. so sick for 3 or 4 years, 46 The first drops soothe and heal! Former Director Animal Industry Philippine I had to hire my work D. D. D. gives you comfort clean Islaniis. United State Army done, most of the time. ses the skin of all impurities and washFLAITDERS Office at Logan's Stable. and A.AA es away pimples and blotches over Telephone 32 and tsi. I had given tip hope. When DANYILLK. KY night! I began to take Cardui, I power ."20" was , and Get a $1.00 or a 25 cent bottle today. of knew, right away, it was Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son. Monuments BEST MATERIAL. forced To Leave Home. Public Safc r ooe L i g to-w- it: La-Grip- BETSY'S POINTERS I 1-- m Led-for- .... Jersey Buli Hemj Simpson I ! - Man-Tailor- ed J. w. WEE wmmmmsmm mmimmm tmmmsmjmmg M, K. & Denny, I MAM F0 r The Home HOT! Private Parties Circle and SDNESDAT sptem H. s J. PATRICK, Dentist. J I LANCASTER - tt 1 MMVlll. BURNETT CiirnAn ijuiytuu mxw$ ymo&mmwm$Bm mmem mm I 1 allow-convinci- ng : ! 1-- m n. Another Telegram That 3 xplams Itslf. I HOUS'E. IS THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY S J. E. Robinson, Foster-Milbur- received at - 1-- m r Lancaster DryCleaning Co . s HASELDEN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KENOUCKY. the third national victory for within in America's hill climbing event in her class classic. climbing. at Worcester Hill in breaking all previous records for her class seconds, defeating car in her class seconds. also beat higher priced cars in the following high records other classes Velie Buick, Cole, Firestone, Krit the lowest prioed car in the contest. long with a rise of over Hill is feet to the accountslsay course wasslow because 'of surface "Walter. T1NSLEY. Surveyor. 1. d. line. better .than in 'than three times her price. faster than. car but price. of .three times her size spot near finish urn Mowers last car less year It Helps! Ware McRoberts. averaged a Henry L.Casey,D.v.s 1 little over miles an houruptothe eight stock chassis. Event, run under sensation of. the sixty per cent grade. Strictly supervision, rules seventy horse cars' barely S - beating her phenomenal performance. Sending you photograph of : the hill. She invictorious FLANDERS on, V y helping me. Now, I am better than ever before in my life, and Cardui did Oakdale Herd if Registered Dmocs E 64 Farm or Sals s Royal blood and splendid individuality. Fall boars and gilts for sale. only to win the three x hundred mile Savanna Road Eace to prove her. invincibility in speed as. she proved her reliability in the Little Glidden; her. staying, powers in Minneapolis, to Helena has now Take J. F. ROBINSON. r, Lan-oaste- Ky. - Tho Woman's Tonic Cardui has helped thous- Montana ..Hill.-Wato- h reliability run, ... and her hill climbing qualities on Dead Horso . ands of weak, tired, worn-o- ut the- - little. wonder at . Savanna. STUDEBAKBR E-E- t-E 'i r' CORPORATION '; .y ir FACTORIES. women, back to health. It has. a gentle, tonic action on the womanly system. It goes to the cause of the trouble. It helps, it helps quickly, surely, safely. It has helped others. LWhy not you? It wilL Try it. Oet a bottle today I I will offer privately for Dr. R. L Pontius, sale, the farm belonging to Veterinary Surgeon the late T. B. Walker just and Dentist. eastof and adjoining the Ofllice at Sweeney'sLivery Stable. Kentucky. -city limits of Lancaster,Ky., Lancaster, containing abont 260 acres. I have just opened up a new, clean" This is one of the very best Barber Shop farms in Garrard County. on Lexington street next to the post glad to have my --- Lewis t. Walker, Executor. office and will be friends to call and see me. Clean Tools. Sharp Razors, Close Attention HASELiDEltf BROS;, Phone 49. .. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY v. JOHN DUNCAN, V