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Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- s . ui a : " THE CENTRAL Luckily for the housewives the blackGradually Increasing. berry jam season Is over, granulated Fifteen pupils were added to the sugar is advancing at the rate of about rolls or the Lancaster Graded School ten ccn per hundred pounds daily. Monday morning. At this lale the Record's prediction that tin number Col. George Bain will lecture Thursday, 14th at the Court House at 7::i0. will pass the tluco hundred mark will Admission 25cts. Col. Bain has de- be speedily fulfilled. livered this lecture at the leading Badly Hurt. Chautauquas and it has taken well. A. C. Dunn and Tom Barr were Miss Bessie Anderson daughter of thrown from a buggy, near Wilmore W. H. Anderson of Harper Kansas Saturday night and badly hurt. The was married to Mr. C. L. Bartholdt of injuries of Dunn are thought to be fa Kansas City Mo. The young couple tal. Barr was formerly a salesman for have gone on an extensive tridal trip. Co. WinchesGa3 -- PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1911. Real Estate Sale. NUMBER 23. i3Egm333mgC&E Mrs. J. C. Stt-.-- Iohin?on has put chased SumI-mut of Mr. Henry i : his iesidenc on BJfrliESirlllefi&rr&fS sn '& fas I Hjgjg HEATING AND Richmond JMO. The salt was effected thiougli t la real estate firm of Hughes & Swmelnoad. f.-- i Special Term Of Court. Just Received a Car Load Of ia Judge Walker held a special term of the Garrard Circuit Couit Saturday for the purpose or hearing some motions and entering of orders in civil case.-;Judge WaSkei began the regular term of the Boyle Circuit Court on Monday. Knoxville Exposition Open For Second Time I! i I iwi H the Ilagan Engine PLUMBING. We use the best material the market affords. Let us make you an estimate on your wants. The teacher institute will be held in ter Democrat. Lancaster on Oct 2nd. to be conducted A Jolly Crowd. by Supt M. A. Cassidy and Mrs. Cora All teachers who Wilson Stewart. s carryTwo Lexington hold certificatis are required by law to ing G5 people stopped in town Saturday 2t attend the full session. afternoon and attracted a largo crowd. They were a merry party fiom Hanly, Circuit Judge Lewis L. Walker has consisting of a base ball team and their been appointed by the Governor as followers, many of whom were ladies. special judge to try the case of the They went out to Hyattsville where Commonwealth against the American they played . the team of that place, Tobacco Co., and the International the result being 3 to 1 in favor of Harvestor Co., in Trimble county. Hanly. Harrodsburg Republican. Auto-truck- The second pr"?!itation of the A palachian Exposition opened in Knox-ill- e Monday and will close Sepumlier 30th. Exhibits will be shown from CJeorgia. Alabama, Tennessee, the Carohnus, the Virginias and Kentucky. Iffil Liquor Election For Lincoln County. We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. I With Ginn & Co. -- Prof. Milton Elliott, of Lexington, is in Danville. He has for several years been at the head of the High School of Lexington, but recently resigned that place to accept a more lucrative one with Ginn & Co., the School book publishers. His territory is with the bounds of the State. He stated to an Advocate representative that he was much pleased with the change, as he has been housed up in the school room most all of his life and the change was made mainly from a health standpoint. He will go over to Bryantsville this afternoon to visit his brother, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Danville Advocate. Fire In The County. n The home of Mr. Grant Hammond-othe Fall Lick pike about seven miles from town, the old Jesse Fox home, burned together with its contents, on Sunday night the 3d inst. The origin of the tire is unknt.wn. Mr. Hammond Mercer was away from home at the time. He carried $1."00. insurance on the houst and $500. on the furniture. A Mr. Morrow's Speech. Petitions are in circulation in Lincoln county, and it said they will be presented to the county Judge in the near future, asking that the sense of the people be taken on December 18th as to whether or not soloons "shall be reopened in Lincoln county. At the last election held in that county, four years ago the county voted diy by a majority of over 1200 vote. Will m ;;;.: w--- ii cjga 4 J a? OTIS One. V Vote On Question House Bonds. (jf Conr Let Us Sell You m Hon. Edwin P. Morrow of Somerset spoke at the court house Fiiday afternoon to a large audience, a liberal sprinkling of ladies being present. Mr. Morrow is an eloquent and foiceful speaker and .piesented h's case in a Service. Catholic very logical manner, from his standCatholic services were held at the point, Mr. Morrow is very popular in home of Mr. N. Miller on Tuesday this county, where he has relatives morning. Father O'Dwyer of Rich- and many friends. mond conducted the service. Big Barbecue At Carlisle. Republican Convention. proposition to submit to . the people of Mercer county the question as to whether or not they shall issue bonds o to the amount of $50,000. for the of building a new court house was passed by the Fiscal court of that county by a vote of I to 2. The court house was recently condemned by Judge Walker and the county has rented the Opera house where court will be held until the completion of a court house is etFected. jmr-pofc- BnIDI a 17tU i nf&H rJSJ rrIfrJt & WMSMfM'i WM Former Lancater Man SJiot. GONEH The Republicans of Garrard county will hold a Mass Convention in the Circuit Court room at the court house on Saturday Sept. 12th. at 2 o'clock p. m. tor the purpose ot nominating a dandidate for theLegislatnre from Garrard county. Fair, Fair, Fair. Lancaster, Ky. S3tSSXgCSStSeE3C&33t3 b 3tC&53t&S3 All persons interested in the future of the Lancaster Fair will meet at the county court room in Lancaster Ky,. on Saturday afternoon Sept., lGth. at 2 o'clock to discuss plans for the organization of a permanent Garrard county Fair Association. Everybody invited to be present. September 11th the democrats of Nicholas counfy will hold a big barbecue at Carlisle. The L. & N. will run a special train over the K. C. division to Paris, there to connect with the train for Carlisle, making a lonnd trip fare of one fare plus 25 cents. Democrats from all over the state are expected in great numbers. Dr. C. F. Crecelius, candidate for Secretary of State will head a delegation of u'JO from On Somerset, Ky.. Spt.S- .- Chief Police Henry Waddell. while trying mi self-defens- o." tvj Pendleton countv. Cora Sells At 52.00. Mal-Gar-co- rn rest Johr Pennington, a machinal, this morning, was forced in to shoot Pennington, who resisted arrest. Three bhots took effect ami Pennington is not expected to live. A few hours previous Pennington had fired a shotguu at policeman John Waddell, a brother of the chief, ind fifty small shot took effect in his foot, which will possibly have to be amputated. Chief Waddell was omlenvar-in- g to arrest Pennington fop this ofe fpifc VlffTCraiM j Hats 4k r We have all f the different f styles direct from the STETSON MMumnaMnu HHCHHHBHMHtf HI HM379E RV3BHPHKitfHHflHH3HHE9HIHHiMHHiHSKS press dispatch sent out from Somerset probaulv lias reference to Johnnie Pennington, who formerly lived in Lancaster, moved to Corbin wbeie he learned the machinists trade and has since been employed vocate. at the Q &. C shojs in Somerset. He The Advocate was misinformed in re- was a relative of Mr. William Partin gard to the priee paid for this corn. and while, heie with Mr. Tho lowest price paid was 52.81 in the field, and ranged up to $3.C0. There is no $2. corn in this county, $2.50 being Woods-Patrifreely olFered and no sales at that price ck. At the public sale held by Mr. come Aldridge at Marksbury, in rard county, last Saturday week, sold at $2. per barrel in the field. Corn is starting off much lower in price than was at first anticipated. Danville Ad- fense. The above PACTORY (f ' 4T PRICES WW The Walker Sale. Attention Ladies' s See our NEW FALL Line of At the sale of personalty of the late T. B. Walker on- Saturday afternoon the following prices were realized: Landlord's share one field 20 acres corn in field $17.10 per acre, feame in one field" of iiO acres $12.50 per acre; baled hay 17.70 per ton; baled oats $21.21 per ton. John Walker purchased a team of mules for $200. and the old family horse for $G7.50; James J. Hamilton a team of mules for $227. n and a draft mare for $125; T. B. one bay mare 8 years old for $105; John Conn a draft mare for $139.50; J. S. Johnson Sr. two milk cows for $40. each. Machinery and farming tools including 35 hemp brakes brought good Kob-inso- prices. Much Building In Progress. FINE FOOTWEAR made by the SHELBY SHOE CO. All the New Shades in Velvets and Tans. Up To Date Toes and Lasts. --- Lancaster is experiencing somewhat of a building boom. Messrs Theo Curry and L. G. Davidson have in course of construction nice residences on Richmond street, Mr. W. S. Carrier has completed a nice house adjoining his home on Danville street, Mr. W. B. Moss is erecting a cottage on the lot adjoining his home on Lexington street, Mr. S. G. Haselden has commenced building on the lot adjoining the Powell store room on Depot street, Mr. Dave Sanders contemplates the building of a home in the near future, and several others have in view the building of homes before the adveht of cold weather At this rate the cry ' of no available houses will soon be a thing of the past in Lancaster. -- Wednesday at Miss Ethel Woods and Dr. II. J. Patrick of Paint Lick, Ky., were united in marriage. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Frierson at the Presbyterian church at Manse, only a few relatives being present. Both the young people are popular and have many friends who wish them well. The bride ib a daughter of Mr. Earnest Woods who is one of the most prominent business men of this county. She is very attractive and Dr. Patrick is to be congratulated upon winning the heart and hand of such a charming young lady. The groom is a popular young Dentist and has been practising his profession at Paint Lick for the past two years and has met with much success. He moved to Paint Lick from Paintsville. Ky., and has made a host of friends among Garrard county people. While it was known that they were friends it was not known that the wedding would occur so soon and so closely did they guarded their secret that it was a surprise to many. They are at home at the residence of the groom in Paint Lick. The Record joins their many friends in wishing them a long and happy life. On after-noo- n Sofe felts will be 4.3U o'clock v-r- i more popular than AND ever this Fall, , Of co u r s e y o u wa n t the right shape and imcle then buy a The House of Quality Stetson! .00 wtsaiaiaa WMM w Smith, '5 For Representative. Mr. William Jesse Baird of the Union precinct of this county announces himself as a candidate for the republican nomination to represent Garrard County in the Legislature. The republicans will meet in convention at the court house on Saturday Sept. 23rd, for the purpose of selecting a candidate. Mr. Baird will prove a very popular candidate as he and his people are very prominent all over the county and especially so in the part of the county where they live. Mr. Baird is a son of the Rev. A. C. Baiid, pastor of the Good Hope Church and is a young man of high honor and integrity. He is a graduate of Berea College and has been in charge of the tuberculosis car, which was in Lancaster during the Fair, for the past few months. Young Mr. Baird and his elder brother and his Father are all republicans and have always had the best interest of the party at heart. He ask of the republicans of the county that they consider him for the place and if elected he promises tb always have the best interest- of the people at heart. Mr. Baird is heartily in favor of th.e County Unit extension law and is anxious, that the state be redistricted. - N 'S' None Better, Few As Good. Let us sell you your FALL SHOES, Quality and Style O0 ". Tobacco Crop Good. considered, we will save you money. I m H i . ' T LOGAN. 1H '' . vl 1 . H fc. ''; ! mrM i The farmers are busy housing their first cutting of tobacco, it is good, and the late tobacce will be exceptionally good. AH complaints heard about the recent drought are forgotten, and if properly handled, Garrard county will have the best quality of tobacco raised in years. The agitation for a "cutout" in the latter part of 1910 and' the beginning of this year had a tendency to decrease the acreage in this county, many growers putting out only about one half of what they originally intended to raise. The large crops of recent years caused the building of many large barns, and as a result there will be no complaint as to the lack of room for the proper handling of the crop, andi the proper curing ; and handling ' should necessarily follow. Now is the time to buy an d Hickory Wagon The strongest and lightest running wagon made. Buy Buggy and Wagon Harness while they are so cheah W. .. JU ROMANS; .i --, - T - I H- - F r -- j Vf.'. ' ? riWHiMMUrikMaiUAUM . whom they should apply, and in many might continue illicit relations with a cases individuals are imposed qpon by woman of the under world. disreputable tramps, dope fiends and Whether we nominate Clark, Will-- , other unworthy parties, while people who really deserve alms are allowed to son or Harmon for President, the Democrats will need the vote of Kensuffer. In the manner above suggested a tucky to capture the Presidency. general fund could be established and Turning the State over to the Republimaintained for emergency cases, our cans this year, means that the whole citizens would contribute liberally to power of the State administration will such a fund, it could be placed in the be used to give its vote to Taft next hands of people who would handle it year. Every Democrat should stamp judiciously and discreetly, some place under the rooster in November with could be secured where cast off clothing the assurance that he is lending materiand other articles which would be ac- al aid to his party at home and abroad. ceptable to the deserving poor could Judge O'Rear wants the voters to be deposited, and the board could disadvantage. forget that the Republicans, in Contribute them to the best If necessary funds could be raised, not gress have broken every promise to only by private subscription, but by the people, and that in Kentucky their collections at the various churches, administration of affairs has been ex "Home Missions" they might be term- travagent and incompetent. He claims ed, and in this manner a permanent to be better than his party at home fund could be established and main- and abroad. O'Rear is so soaked in vanity that he really thinks he is a tained. dispens- modern Moses, but he will have a hard Under the present system of ing charity, whenever it becomes nec- time making the people believe it. essary to relieve any peculiarly disWith only twenty two towns to hear tressing case, which(requires a little from, which in 1907 only cast 385 votes more than the ordinary amount of funds &c, it becomes necessary for some the state of Maine voted to repeal the one to take a subscription paper and go prohibition amendment in its constituaround and take up a collection to re- tion by a majority of 904 votes. Maine lieve the case in question. This places has been a dry state since 1857 when a the full duty upon one or two persons, statute was enacted prohibiting the and also places the full burden upon a sale of liquor in the state, and after few. By the means suggested the wards in 1SS1 a prohibitory amend cost could be divided among the entire ment to the constitution was enacted town and no one would be made much When the farmers of Kentucky set the poorer. tie with the Sheriff, they will begin to Money cannot be better spent than for sweet charity's sake. This organ- realize what a Republican Administraization could easily and readily be tion can do for them when it tries. The made. Other towns have such a so- raise of $61,000,000. in the assessed value of farm lands was the work of ciety, why should not we? If some one will but take the initia- Governor Willson's Board of Equa tive, before we are called upon to re- lization, and Judge O'Rear has no lieve another case of distress, there word of condemnation for this act of would be a Board of Associated Chari- spoliation. ties, or some such similar organization Governor Willson spent, in three to whom the sufferer might apply and years and a half over .$270,000, on the their wants be speedily relieved. State militia. Augustus is a warrior bold, and dearly loves to see his parlor The fair meeting was not held Satur- soldiers march- The have day, because of the fact that the Wal- to foot the bills, but think of the joy ker sale continued uutil so late that the that surges through Willson's martial countiy people were compelled to leave heart, when he hears Jhe bugle and town as soon as it was over. Another the drum. meeting is called for Saturday afternoon, September 16th at the county When Willson's administration fund court room at 2:30 o'clock, at which itself in a hole, his Board of Equaliza time it is hoped that every man in the tion increased the farm lands of the county who is intersted in the holding State for assessment purposes $61,000,-00of a fair in Lancaster, which will be to What has Judge O'Rear to say the interest of the county at large, will on this subject? He agrees with the attend. Republican platform that Willson gave This meeting is to be held for the exthe a wise and economical clusive benefit of the county people, to administration. give them an opportunity to come in and confer with the town people, to exCounty Judge J. Percer Scott on press their views and desires as to the Monday entered an order in the Fayette organization of a fair association which will have their interests in view. At County Court for a vote at the regular the ringing of the court house bell it November election on the Commission is hoped that a goodly number will as- Form of Government for the city of semble and that some steps may be Lexington. taken toward effecting an organization. The Mayor, the City Engineer and A fair association can and will be orfive members of the City Council of ganized here in town without the least trouble, but the desire is to get the Gary, Indiana, have been arrested people of the county to go into it, and charged with having accepted a bribe thus organize an association with stock- in connection with a heating franchise. holders throughout the county, which The grand climax of the circuit of will be very much better for all concer-efairs in Kentucky, The Kentucky State Fair, opened for business in Judge O'Rear has forgotten to tell Louisville Monday and is drawing large the voters just how he is going to jam crowds. through the Legislature all the various Lost betwei nfyjliome and j.grded d measures that are forming in his brain, when nineteen of the hold scnooi, goia njeua iMvtth L over senators, just the Senate tory 1911, reward if n re urn to JemnieCox membership, are Democrats, and with the probability that the Democratic The store of the Josetfh Merchantile majority in both houses will be over Co. will be closed on Saturday Sepone hundred. They have the votes in tember 23rd on account of Jewish the Legislature to carry out the wishes JNewyear, and will also be closed on of the people, expressed at the noils. Monday Oct, 2nd. and they have candidates who will redeem their platform pledges to the let ter. If by any catastrophe O'Rear Mr. Henry L. Sanders of Hyatts-vill- e happened to be elected Governor, he and Miss Dora Rout of Point would have to sit in the Governor's Leavell were married by Bro. Tinder office for four years, and do nothing at his home Wednesday afternoon. The but suck his thumbs and appoint not- groom is the son of the late John A. aries public. Sanders and the bride is the daughter of Mrs. Mattie Route. Both have a G. T. Crane, millionaire iron manu- wide circle of friends who wish them facturer, is out in a severe arraign- much happiness. tax-payers TheCentral Record incorporated. Issued. Weekly. $1.00 a year, GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Entered at the Po-- t Office tu Lancaster, as Second-Clas- s Mall Matter. K, Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., September 15, 1911. When the "Young Buffalo" Wild' West Show appears in Richmond, on Friday there will be found in the can vas enclosed arena the greatest aggre gation of Wild West celebrities ever before gathered at one time. Then there are Cassacks from the Russian Steppes, suntanned Ruraks from Old Mexico, Cowboys from almost every Western State and the biggest tribe of Indians ever seen with a Wild West Show. The noble Redman sitting beside his old-tifoes, the United States Cavalrymen, the Cawboys will be seen in 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 lius. State-- 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 Greene. For Railroad Commissioner , R. L. W. F. Klair. For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. For Representative John M. Farra from Garrard Co. 1 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Jndge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action 0. tax-paye- rs the big street.parade. There are spectacles of Western Life which show in a clean-cuforceful manner how the hardly Pioneers wrested the plains from the Rcdmen, and in addition thera are Tableau Virarrts, including "Shooting Up the Town," "Peace" and War," etc. Annie Oakley, the peerless wing and rifle shot of the world, heads an advice given. Sold by R. E. McRoblm unma'tchable quintette of sharpshooters. erts & Son. Performances will be given at 2 and 8 Resolutions Of Condolence And Respect p. m. Doors open one hour earlier. At a special meeting of Stony Point A Dreadful Sight. Lodge 674 of the F. E. & C. U. of A. Jno. Deere Sulkey Plow. Call and let us show you its good features" to H. J. Barnum, of Freeville, N. Y., Sept 9th. 1911 the following resolutions Jno. Deere Steel, Oliver and Syracuse Walking Plows. See our line of was the fever sore that had plagued were unanimously adopted. Whereas stoves before buying. his life for years in spite of many it pleases the supreme ruler of the uni- lyerse to remove from our midst our remedies he tried. Atlast he used Bucklen's Arnica Salve and wrote: "it late Brother$.rthur Scott. has entirely healed with scarcely a Whereas the immediate relations scar left." Heals Burns, Boils, Ec- held by our deceased Brother with the zema, Cuts, Bruises, Swellings, Corns members of this local, deem it proper and Piles like magic, Only 25c at R. that we should place on record our apMfrMTrlflirUflirMfrBr. ipjrlllrMJlJrlliJglljgjl preciation of his faithful service as our n E. McRoberts & Son. secretary-treasureand his merits as M IT IS NOT MAGIC THAT PRODUCES As Pastor of the Methodist church a man., Therefore be it resolved. of this city and McKendree, Dr. Pearce By Stony Point Local 674 on the aggregate of relation for three years registry of the Grand Lodge of Kenpast is as follows per official report: tucky. That white we bow in humble Services held 5G6. Miles traveled on submission to the will of the most High Ministeral duty 2,9oO. Fiscal aggreg- we do not the less mourn the loss of J ates served by Pastorate for all objects our Brother who has been called from 4,560,00. Accessions to membership his labor to rest. It is just a combination of Good Wheat and 108. Removed and died 51. Resolved, that in the death of Arthur The past three years of the pastorate, Scott, this lodge loses a Brother who Scientific Milling. We buy only the BEST per official reports, has been the largest was always active and zealous in his advance, in all departments in the work as a member of the Farmers Un WHEAT to begin with and put it through a history of the present pastorate. ion, prompt to advance the interest of process of Milling that insures a uniform iaj For two years past, the pastor has the order devoted to its welfare and been called as now to larger field, and prosperity, an honest and upright man product at all times. If you have not tried under the law of the church may doubt- whose virtues endeared him not only to GLEN LILY FLOUR do so today. less accept such, the present conferen- his Brothers of the ordec but to all who ce meeting at Richmond this week. knowhim. Resolved, that these resolutions be Duties on the National Committes of the American church Federation have entered upon the minute book of this been served also for three years past, lodge, and a copy of same be sent to with most generous expression of ap- The Central Record, and also a copy preciation by his collegue throughout sent to the family of the deceased Lancaster, Kentucky. the Nations his term of four years in Brother. such closing in 1912. Dr. Pearce has Comittee on resolutions had kindest things to say of all our G. J. Kincaid G. M. Green people and of all churches and will alJ. G. Doty. ways remember their kindness. t, pains up and down the legs, aching back or shoulder blade swollen joints or swollen muscle, difficulty in moving around so you have to use crutches; blood thin or skin pale, skin itches and burns shifting pains, bad breath; lumbago, gout take Blood Balm, B, B. B. which will remove every symptom, because B. B. B- - sends a rich tingling flood of warm rich .pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves, bones and joints giving warmth and strength just where it is needed, and in this way making aerfect lasting cure of Rheumatism in all its forms. B. B. .B has made thousands of cures of rheumatism after all other medicines liniments and doctors have failed to help or cure. Druggist or by express SI per large bottle, with directions for home cure. Sample sent free by writing Blood Balm Co, Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble and free medical shooting THE COMING PLOW. J. R. MOUNT; SON & CO. 1-- m r, Glen Lily Flour 1908-191- 1, m Oarrard Milling Go. liMliJitgllrglBi WmilmMiW.MfMMiMm We Write Any Kind of 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 C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the ac-'ti- By The first trains on the Q & C system T Ewing,Harrodsburg,Ky were run over the new high bridge Monday. The structure has been 210 acres Model farm at S60 an acre. practically completed for some time 100 acres fine farm at 875. but the railroad people desired to have 241 acres 3 mi Burgin, Good farm at even detail thoroughly test S65. ed and inspected before running trains 167 acres paying farm at 54. over it. The" structure cost in the 485 acres paying farm at $65. neighborhood of a half million dollars 175 acres near Burgin at 818000. and is in many respects the most re135 acres near Burgin Fine land at markable New High Bridge Open. FARMS FOR SALE - - W INSURANCE Office at National Bank. feat of engineering ever at- BEAZLEY & COLLIER Phone or call on us d. of the democratic party. 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, half-bake- one-ha- lf - 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. We. Rout-Sande- rs. tempted and is the highest bridge over a navigable stream in the world. It is thirty-on- e feet higher than the old bridge, being built on the sme foundation and over the old structure, and the rails are 308 feet above low water mark in the Kentucky river. It was built within about two years, during which time trains were not stopped from running over the old bridge a single day. The main span of the new structure is 1,230 feet long, and more than 7,000 tons of steel was used in its construction, while 13S,500 steel bolts hold the framework together. It is designed to carry double tracks and will bear the heaviest trains now in use in the United States. Another Theory As To Cause Of Pellagra. 8110. 193 8125. at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. acres model farm near Burgin at 130 acres fine farm near Harrods burg at 890. 280 acres good farm near railroad station at 855. 140 acres model farm 810,000. 1S5 acres fine farm near Harrods-bur- g r Flour, Coaly Salt. Shingles We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection Flour, Raymond City Coal, all coal, no clinkers Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood at 870. 216 acres bargain in farm 87000. 98 acres near Burgin for 85000. 313 acres fine land at 885. 145 acres Boyle County farm $12000. 108 acres fine Boyle county farm 811000. Administrator' s Sale! As administrators of the estate of Wm. A. Burton, deceased, we will on Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. STUDEBAKER WAGONS. are authorized to announce ) John N. White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of ment of the various universities of the country. He places Columbia at the the democratic party. Judge Walker 111. head of the list with Harvard, PrinceJudge Lewis L Walker is suffering We are authorized to announce Wal- ton and Cornell almost equally as bad. from a slight attact ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis- He estimates of malarial fever. that C5 per cent trate in the first district of Garrard students at these institutions of the He was compelled to come home from combine Danville where he was holding County, subject to the action of the in a mild degree court wine and bad women, on Wednesday. In the meantime they democratic party. 35 per cent drink heavily and 45 per will endeavor to keen the court going cent as having occasional sprees. Mr. by means of special judges chosen from The recent pitiable case of suffering Crane has spent considerable time and the Danville bar. Judge Walker's and distress within our city brings money in investigating conditions at physician thinks he will be able to be forcibly to our minds the need of some the various institutions, and if the out in a few days, kind of a charitable organization. It is facts and figures given by him as a retrue our town h small but the need is sult be true, many parents will hesiNo Need To Stop Work. sufficients urgent to justify the or- tate before sending their sons to these When your doctor orders you to stop places of learning, especially if they ganization of something of the kind. will read Mr. Crane, detailed account work, it staggers you. "I can't you A Board of Charities should be organized, having a membership con- of conditions prevailing there. , say. Ycu know you are weak, run down and failing in health, day by day, sisting of a representative of the county, the city, each of the churches, and also Following an examination by Secre- but you must work as long as you can it would be a good idea to have upon tary of State Bruner andvone of his ex- standi What you need is Electric Bitthe board of directors some of the good aminers, the Franklin Bank, a state ters to give tone, strength, and vigor ladies to represent the various benevo- bank of Louisville Ky. posted the fol- to your system, to prevent breakdown lent and religious societies which they lowing notice Monday evening: "This and build you up. Don't be weak, maintain. They should be regularly bank will not be open for business to- sickly or ailing when Electric Bitters organized, properly officered and with morrow." The notice was signed by will benefit you from the first dose. Thousands bless them for their glori'officers and offiices easily accesible at two of the bank's directors. all times. With an organization of According to directors the bank's em- ous health and strength. Try them. this kind in existence, each and every barrassment is due to a slump in the Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. case of distress and suffering could be value of traction stocks taken as colla- Only 50c atR. E. McRoberts & Son. quickly, quietly and thoroughly investi- teral security. While the exact status Republican Mass Convention. gated, and if found worthy, relieved, of the institution is not yet known, it is and upon the other hand if not found estimated that the total loss will reach Pursuant to a call of the Republican worthy, or if found to be impostors, ?150,000. Garrard .County committee, there will the proper steps could then be taken to be a Republican Mass meeting held at prevent the people being imposed upon. After thirteen days consumed in the the Court House in Garrard County - There is not a more charitable people trial of Henry Clay Beatty, Jr., at Kentucky. to be found upon God's foot stool than Chesterfield Court House, Va., a jury SATURDAY, SEPT 23, 2 P. M. we have right here in Lancsster, and if found him guilty and fixed his punish- - in the Circuit Court room, fbr the purany worthy person suffers in our midst, pose of nominating a Republican can it is because of the fact that their nec- with which Beatty stands charged is ' didate to be voted for at .November essity has not been made known. the murder of his wife. While out au- election to 'represent Garrard County Without some organized body whose tomobile riding on the night of Julv in the next legislature. Vote to be duty it is to investigate such matters, 18th he claims thaf she was shot by an taken viva voce in the convention. it is a hard matter for those who need unknown man. The state proved that W. C. WYNN, Chairman. gnd seek assistance to know just to Beatty killed his wife in order that he September 12th, 1911. Prof. H. Garman, entomologist lor the Kentucky Experiment Station at Lexington, who has been in several eastern Kentucky counties studvintr Various cases of Pellagra and seeking to discover its origin, has the following to say as to his researches: "While I have not yet reached a defi nite conclusion, I am inclined to the be lief that the disease is infectious, not withstanding the opinion of physicians and other authorities who have been working with it that is not contagious. Investigations made bv me on this trip tend to show that the disease is caused and disseminated by the inocu lation of the patient. Whether this inoculation is from the germs known as the "buffalo gnat", I am unable yet to fully determine. "This I do know, that within a short distance of the house where I found four cases of pellegra in one f amilv I discovered several specimens of the buffalo gnat, two of the specimens alive and the others in a mummified state. They were found in the water and their proximity to these cases of pellagra tends to confirm the belief that they are responsible for the infection, through this I have not fullv GLASS and SAUNDERS CAMP NELSON, KY. WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 20, 1911 promptly at 9 o'clock, sell at public outcry to the highest and "best bidder on the premises of the late Wm. A. Burtonv one mile below Buckeye, the following described personal property:- Four extra good mare mules, 4 to 6 years old, G good two year old mules, all well broke; 15 yearling mules; 5 good mule colts; 1 six year old jack, good breeder, 151 hands high by Alpha the great show jack. Also a good three year old jack that is a dandy, 15 hands high, good bone; 1 good jennett safe in foal. One extra fine four year old gelding, well bred; 2 three year old geldings, one is an extra good walker; 2 two year old geldings and two three year old mares; 1 good walking mare 7 years old: 8 dandv good brood mares in foal by jack; 2 filly suckling colts; 5 good Shetland ponies. Thirty Six two year old feeding cattle will weigh 1,100 to 1.200; 15 two year old feeding cattle "will weigh 900 to 1,000 pounds; 8 yearling steers, good shape; 7 yearling heifers, good grade; 9 steer calves, extra good ones; 1 good bull calf; 2 heifer calves; 1 four year old Registered Bull, Van Meter stock will weigh 1,550 pounds; 5 good milch cows, extra miiKers ana wicn caives. 120 good Southdown Ewes and 3 good bucks. Five good brood sows; 8 shoats weighing about 80 pounds; 1 extra good Poland China Boar. CORN 50 acres of corn measured at the heap. Also a big lot of farming implements, in good condition. TERMS' $10,00 and under, cash in hand. Over that amount, cash or a good note due in four months bearing six per cent interest from date until paid. Sale will be held rain,V)r shine. Dinner served on the ground. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. R. L. & W. B. BURTON, Administra J t Sefcd We want 50 tons of Timothy Hay. We are prepared to clean Wheat at 5c per bushel. Clean it the same day you bring it. 1111111222 KSJv m3 51cE3K CHS'" P V r o y'7 vY Storm i Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, proof Handsome Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of buildings. For further detailed information apply to Never Leak Never Need Repairs Fireproof substantiated." Prof. Garman says that he exnects to make another trip to the same sec tion soon for further investigation, and also to visit it again next spring to ascertain if pellagra conditions are af fected by cold weather, He believes that if the origin of the disease can be determined and the conditions surrounding its dissemination understood pellagra can be stamped out." 3 Drop A Letter In , The Box enclosing your check for 2i3mtoom-.- - RHEUMATISM Gured By The Marvel Of The Century B. B. B. Tested For 30 Years. Aching bones, swollen joints permanently through the blood with pure Botanical ingredients. To prove it we will send you a sample treatmenn free. If you have bone pains, sciatica or tors, Buckey, Kentucky. millinery, dressmaking or household bills and rid your mind of worry. 'By having a bank account you are obliged to exercise care in spending. This helps you to form the saving habit We invite you to deposit here," and offer you prompt and courteous service. A glance at our last statement will give you absolute confidence in our solvency. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company. s . JiS ?- Vaf-- f - : W ' .. - 1 . . . . 1 . , , U i in n i u l i 4 IM B EACH DAY WE RECEIVE NEW SHIPMENTS OF I FALL And we have on display a BEAUTIFUL Line of -- for Childrens' School Dresses in Choicest Selections. GOODS i f 32 Inch Ginghams ammm ! i The Joseph Mercantile Company. aiByBfisymaar' waErM jETirwkr I d&ar&m.K&Egjpg2rsz2&&r nr " What did Daye Say? Dave said RED STAR ikvpii "fid C i COAL WAS THE BEST. Lancaster Lumber & M'fe Go. rfaS!SSa! ft' M it m GO TO THE M M . vica m m - FOR - jliikz i y mmh mm ww m if $ COAL "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige Cannel." Each the best in its Class. l g H. V. j BASTIN. 'M t3 AND a RMnQM?MWmBMmM :gii?giii?3Ji'.iaiMiJMMii Orleans La. is spending his vacation has returned from an extended trip to with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Tom Bay View, Battle Creek and other 4T A1 A 8 Wherritt. Lake resorts, and is much benefitted S by her outing. Dr. Acton is in Louisville on busiMiss Malissa Ham who is visiting ness. relatives in Somerset is reported as Mr. . Jim Arnold is here visiting suffering with 'an attact of typhoid A Brief Mention of the Comings and home folks. Residence Phone fever at the home of of her brother in Ofllce,Plione 31. Goings LyThojc Wt Arc interested in. Miss Willie Pierce has returned to that city. Her mother Mrs Ben Ham LANCASTER. KY. her home in Louisville. of Hyattsville left Tuesday to be at Mrs. John E. Storms is in Covington her bedside. Miss Nora O'Hearn is in Maysville visiting her cousin Mrs. Arthur HubMiss Cordelia Hamilton returned on visiting friends. bard. Tuesday afternoon from her vacation Miss Allie Yantis is in Hustonville LIGHTEN Y OUR Mrs. Susan McCrohan of Nicholas- extending over a period of several visiting Miss Riffe. KITCHEN CARES ville has been visiting Mrs. J. W. El weeks to various points in Central Ken Mrs. Newton Wallace is reported more. intucky. Chicago and Cincinnati was ALU quite 'sick of fever. Mrs. Charlotte Warren and daughter cluded in her trip in which cities she SAVES MON EY Miss Mary Rankin left Monday to en- were guest of Miss Jennie Duncan last purchased her Fall stock of millinery. HEALTH. TIM E Middlesboro Record Herald. week. r ANDTCMPER ter Madison Female Institute. x. i Mr and Mrs H. V. Bastin, of LancasNicholasvifte Mrs. Hugh Hemphill of vV Mrs. Sarah Land, of Indianapolis, is fays "Good is here visiting her nieces the Misses ter, have returned home after a visit j j Liood the guest of Mrs. E. E. Danniels. Bye" for. I I rvlorrjEf' to Arnold. to the latter's sister, Mr and Mrs C. F. ever to cookina Mrs. Lynn, of Stanford, is visiting '"'Ja trillion happy troubles by throwing Mr. and Mrs. John W. Miller are in Denman ...Mayor and Mrs. W. L. no rave ncusewivci j her daughter Mrs John M. Mount. d way your old tuttLouisville visiting Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Steele will motor to Lancaster tomorvrA utehen sam-- I ing, corroding and row for a visit to Mrs Steele's sister, fiction tn the only Mr. Will Land of Indianapolis, has Hughes. scaling iron, tin and Mrs T. B. Walker. Mrs. .Walker is been the guest of Mr. Pool Perkins. lw i! vveL that will not V-Miss Margaret Arnold left this week arrangeing enamel utemils. Re. LICU&, bUiC Ul (U&. her business affairs and will place them. with nor scorch the Mrs. Charles Davis, is the guest of to matriculate again at Madison Female soon move to Nicholasville. Jessamine '1892 Span mostdanty Institute. s her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. .Aluminum Journal. " i food. Wte. Miss Lyda Criscillis has returned Miss Nancy Goodloe, of Springfield, The following announcements have IT IS from a visit to friends in Harrodsburg has been visiting Mrs. W. A. Arnold. GUARANTEED? been received by Lancaster relatives and Salvisa. FOR 15 YEARS Mrs. Sarah Land and Miss Annie and friends. Mrs. E. C. Barnard left Wednesday Perkins were visitors in Lexington Mrs Willrnm A. Berkele WORTiKW HILE TO INVESTIGATE1 fo.r Washington to enter her son Joseph Monday. announces the marriage of her daughter NOW ON EXHIBITION in school. Alma Rebecca Mrs. Mattie Duncan has been visitL. G. Davidson. Mrs. Mary Woodcock, of Los Angeles to ing her neices the Misses Hocker of Cal.. has been the recent guest of Mrs. Mr. John B. Laguaite, Jr., Stanford. M. D. Hughe's. on Thursday evening, September the Mrs. D. M. Lackey was in Danville The Presbyterian Missionary Society 'seventh Saturday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Her- will meet Monday afternoon at three nineteen hundred and eleven. bert Price.' o'clock in the church. New Orleans. Mrs. J. M. Acton and children are at r iiMiiiiiHt Mrs. Walker Guynn and (laughters home after a pleasant visit to relatives of Paint Lick have been recent guests jj YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. in Somerset. of Mrs. S. D. Cochran. Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. 357 H G. A. Ballard Miss Ina Martin of Sharpesburg, has IIH !! 111 nil MM1 m miiibh Mrs. Robt Elkin entertained in honor Residence Crab Orchard St. 397 Miss Fannie Bishop been the guest of Misses Mary and Residence Water St. of Miss Ware, the attractive visitor of 165 F. G. Hurt Seed Rye for sale. Sam Cotton. Jennie Rankin. 339-- J Miss Lettie May McRoberts. Residence 3 M Richmond pike. J. Q. Mahan 363-Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph is at home ' Residence G M Lexington pike. J. W. Mahan For Rent Six up stairs rooms. Mr. George M. Patterson went to after a stay of several weeks with her Williamsburg Monday where he enterG. A.?Morgan...l Residence 7 M Flat Woods. W. C. Davis. 374-parents in Eaton Ohio. ISO Misses Moss & Lay Dressmaking. ed his daughter Miss Helen in school. For Sale One fine yearling buck. 365 Dr. R. L. Pontius Vetinary Surgeon. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Denny of RichJ. Fleece Robinson. 383-Miss Mattie Lee Hubble left Monday Residence Bright's Bend. James Rankin mond were recent guests of Dr. and for Lexington where she will take a 384-T. C. Rankin Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. Recleaned seed rye and seed wheat Mrs. Marshall K. Denny. course at Hamilton Col- for sale. Hudson & Hughes. Phone 2G 213 Turner & Carpenter Grocery Campbell St. Miss Emerin Burnett has returned to lege. 381 Miss Margaret Zanone Residence Crab Orchard St. her home in Lexington after a visit to For Sale-- 5 room cottage with 1 acre Mr. Arthur Joseph has returned Paste this in your telephone book. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Burnett. lot, stable. MrsT. Mullins,BryantsviIle from a trip to the eastern market The Telephone Company, Inc., Ky. i W. R. Marrs, of Knoxville Tenn. is where he purchased a large line of fall goods. .visiting his sisters Mesdames R. H. For Sale Hill onions sets, hill Tomlinson and Ada Kinnaird. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Batson and lit- onions and white clover honey. Walton E. Moss. Phone 354F daughter Cecil left Wednesday for Rev. 0. P.' Bujsh Monday for tle a stay in Cincinnati, Chicago and Frankfort where he will assist Rev. J. Louisville. Bargain 12 H. P. Foos gasoline enA. Davis in a two weeks visit. gine; replaced by Electric Motor. of all kinds and of the Mesdames Banks Hudson Alexander P. 0. Box 353, Danville, Kyv Miss Allie Arnold left Tuesday to reKennedy and Wm. Farnau, of Danville sume her duties as teacher in a D. and Until further notice the K. of P. were guests uosssp ilOUUl People vNN J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer (r liag PifRESPUN MNUM WARE X tep r .iS y SSk.. I I j W IT'S IL 1 cpM-ji-'iiiaT- inri ni Telephones Installed Since May 1st, 191 1. in I S S ' U I A Post-gradua- te Bastin Lancaster, let Monuments BEST MATERIAL. D. Institute near Pittsburg Pa. Wednesday of Mrs. Emma Kauffman. S SCHOOL BOOKS School Supplies: CASH ON LY. McRobertsDrugStore A FULL LINE OF BLUE AND WHITE Miss Angie Kinnaird leaves shortly Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson has been to resume her duties as a teacher in seriouslp ill at her home on Stanford the D. and D. Institute at Danville. street, but is reported as improving as Miss Lora Belle Minor has returned the Record goes to press. to her home in Louisville after a visit Mr. and Mrs. Cam Hays and Misses to Misses Elizabeth and India Johnson. Bettie and Mattie Paxton of Stanford Mr. W. J. Romans and wife and lit motored to Lancaster and were recent guest-oMrs. Horace K. Herndon. tle daughter Carrie Beile are attending the State Fair at Louisville this Mrs. Martha Evans Lusk age 86 week. years has just completed a quilt of 186 Mrs, Ellen Tevis, who has been squares in 10 days time. This proves with her sisters Mesdames Rigney and her remarkable tact with her needle for Hudson has gone to Nicholasville to one of her age. reside. xMr A. B. Brown, Sr., and Miss Martha A. Stephens have returned from a IVIr. and Mrs. William Steele and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Taylor of Nicholasville visit to Miss Allie B Brown, of Louisattended the Walker sale here last Sat ville, and Mrs William Steele Holman, of Aurora, Indiana. urday. Miss E?tella Conn V7ho is studying to Miss Marguerite Waddell of Springbecome a trained nurse at the Deacon field Ohio arrived Saturday night and wili trim for Miss Ada Kinnaird this ess Hospital in Louisville, is spending a short time with her parents Mr. and season. f Lodge will meet day. at 7 p. m. every Thurs For Sale 3SJ acres of land, well improved on pike, two miles from Lancaster, well watered. Price right, call on James P. Bourne, Lancaster, Ky. Notice Lowest Prices, Satisfaction Guaranteed A representative of our Company will be at the Kengarlan Hotel in Lancaster, every county court day. BETSY'S POINTERS Molly and I had a sharp argu- HARRIS & WHEELER, NICHOLASyiLLE. KENTUCKY. All persons having claims against the estate of T. B. Walker deceased w ill ment about when the dishes should please present them-tme at once pro- be washed, and I said if she'd put perly approven. Lewis L. Walker, her dishes in hot water right after 3t-- 91. the meal she wouldn't get herself Exec. o -- in hot water so often. One thing certain she can get 100 bushels of no 1 seed wheat for sale also 200 bushels of onions. B. F. Suits, Coats and Skirts for fall 1911 Seed Wheat For Sale. Man-Tailor- ed Robinson. Phone 363.B. at R. S. .BROWN'S. m mwmmMmmmm) mmmmmmmmmmm tmMmmmmm THE DRY FALL OUTING TO Mrs. Enamelware just received. Prices lower then ever before. GIVE US A CALL. Rev.Hervey McDowell wife and children of Pass Christian Miss, were guests of Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Brown last week. Reverend H. N. Falconer, who has been conducting a revival at Nicholasville has been a guest of W. B. Mason and family. Miss Angie Kinnaird entertained at her hpme on Hill Court in honer of Misses Julia Allen and Rachel Lanier of Danville. Rev. Thomas Campbell and children have returned to their home at Rock-for- d Maryland, after a visit to Mr. John K. West and daughters. Mr. Claude G. Wherritt. who holds a good position with the L Nin New J. B. Conn. Mrs. George M. Pattorson and daugh Gra"ce Helen have returned from a visit of three weeks to relatives in Chicago and Sablotte 111 and Mrs. R G. Ward of Cincinnati. Refv. D. B. Frierson has resigned as pastor of the Paint Lick Presbyterian church and left Wednesday for Florida where he has purchased a farm to which he will shortly remove his family Mr. and Mrs. W. S. "Erpbry, Misses Allie Yantis, Hallie .Brown, W. T. West, J. L. Francis, J. E. Stormes, J. R. Pierce, Sim Anderson and Harry Anderson' are attending the State Fair this week. Miss Jennie Higgings, county super intendent of schools forCJarirard county i ter Miss '5.65 A Grand Three-Day- s For TheHome Circle and Private Parties ROUND TRIP FROM WEDNESDAY LANCASTER And all Way Stations. September 27. Regular Train 5:15 a. m. tMK MAMMOTH CAVE L. G. DAVIDSON ' ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY $6.50 admission to the several routes in the Cave. Outing. Write or Fhone L. S N. Ticket Agent. One evening for a promenade or dance. This includes your board and ill IBIHI : a: " 4 ' 1 I BR De pea&abl e Home JDS jrUiaiGILbwWL && V Jx JkIbeLm S Furnishings M ay Store For Less Money Than Same Goods May Be Had At The Stores Of The Lar ger Cities. I 1 Why? Because our cost of doing business is less and our out put throughout Central Kentucky equals and in some instances surpasses that of most of the stores of the larger cities. Prove this for yourself. Come to Lexington while reduced rates are in effect on all the railroads and while our fall stock is complete. This store offers a splendid assortment of tastefully selected merchandise in every section. A wide array of furniture for every room of floor coverings, draperies and wall hangings bought to harmonize in quality and color and the most beautiful Art Section in the state containing an excellent collection of pictures and decorations. This store stands squarely back of its merchandise. If a defect developes in anything we may sell you no matter where you live we either replace the article or repair it to your entire satisfaction without cost to you All this is worth considerable to you yet we charge less for our goods than the stores of the larger cities, whether you need home furnishings or not come to Lexington this week a good time awaits you. Fall races are on and the theaters offer attractive bills. Come and remember "Visitors are always welcome at Brower's" 0! P Brower CT, EJ" o. Main at Broadway. Lexington, Ky. XjLx jLJ T8E PHKO' X JOj Ji NIGHT LETTER WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY siNMrneiTio' ixiJUIli BELVIOChE BflOOKS OcitERAL-MAtftreff ,25 OOO'OFFlCJIPrANl ERICA Acable'servicejto.all.the worlq tiJVAtV?PRt9tC Heceived&t w. ex TteSroiti mch JSg, &, 1911 lx" HAS.ELDEN BROTHERS, LANCASTER, KENOUCKY. Flanders 20 wins the 800 mile St Louis to Kansas City score 998' two points penalty only for loose run re-liab- ility nut on fender 'Four days of heavy driving sand and mud. flanders worked perfectly throughout run . defeating Harmon cadillac. hudsotti parry Mitchell and ford Every car defeated, by Flanders 20 except ford was much higher priced car than'flanders and the ford was completely disqualified. Dealers and observers all along the line enthusiastic International Ohio buiefc. over the cars wonderful performance.. Following three perfect road scores, in Iowaa little Qliddan Flanders 20. has won every ' K the gruelling 1400 mllesr 2inneapoiisjtohelena. reliability run the Worcester hill climto whereshecutf ortyseven seconds off the former'record" and now the st louis to Kansas City reliability run. vln every event shehasdefeated many cars of far greater size and price.. eventin which .she has "been entered ' K9C3 5 Wash Those Pimples off. steers at 4c per ound. Mr. Will Lilla d sold to A. F. HundD., that mild, Use D. FARMER'S COLUMN ley 20 1000 pot- - id cattle at an average wash, thatD.recognized remedy soothingfor Ecof 5 cts. He ;lso sold to Jack Huguely zema and all skin troubles. First 22 at 4? and shipped a car load to the V000000000004000C600000000000000000 drons take away that awful hurling city market. Danville Advocate. itch, cleanse the skin wash away rfpace below this hemline U for cue exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, aud la for The mule market in Paris couit day every pimple evjrji impurity. Noth..e Mie 01 hoci. grain anu.ancn inn.gs " was unusually slow, only a small sup- - ing like D. D. D. for the complexion. Inrtn ii tin liirinMr nninf ofrnrn tn rtllvpr- Get a 25c trial bottle today,-wo- rth ne market, and they being tisc. No notice will !e accepted over fourJP'y on lints, and will be only In ,wo Issues of the snapped up at price; ranging from ten times its cost to have a some in fiKcoiw. free of chaise $150 to $200. Bert McCilntock and W. the house. At any rate, drop in today the merit of this G McCIintock were the principol buy- - and investigate 92 head of sheen for sale For wonderful prescription. For sale by a bargain. Tom Conn. ine nignest price that has ever been H. E. McRoberts & Son. For Sale Two Poland China Boars. realized by local dealers for cleaned wnicrlitncr il.r.nf lOll ll.u .,.W C TrAlii-i- Sl'OiNJfi. WVMfc. AV kV. WO. blue grass seed was paid this week in " Paris when the market reached the un- Capt. English Dunn sold 20 barrels Mr. Ralph Preston is vory sick with corn at 1.00 to the Garrard Milling Co. neani or e amie 101 ty ngure ot rj. io. per scarlet fever. i 1....U..1 i uuauui mr lancy cleanedi rvenuicKy Mr. Ike Duncan is very low with the JMsner Herring bought a nice six blue grass seed, in car load lots. One typhoid fever. year old harness mare of Ed Price for Pans dealer recently shipped a car of 210. Born to the wife of R. H. Preston on seed for which he received more than 9,000, while another disposed of a car the 3rd. a 01b boy. Trade I have a good bay two year load at 7.449.49. Miss Leota Ray of TeatersviHe visit old Naboth colt that I will trade for A single buyer in the county is said ed. Miss Ida May Hurt last Sunday. sheep or cattle. John A. Conn Jr. to have on hand more than 175,000 Mr. Henry Teater and family were Lost Between Batson's store and worth of Blue Grass seed, which was the guest of C. S. Sanders and wife e house on Lexington pike, a bought uncleaned at prices ranging Sunday. from 1 to 1.73. Bourbon News. hand bag with pocket book in it. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders and daughter Airs Sam Cochran. Peachie May were in Crsb Orchard AWORD WITH WOMEN. last week. The recent rains have placed the Valuable Advice For Lancaster Readers. Mioses Lkln Mae ami XeJKe Kay ground in excellent conditiou for plowing, and during the interim before the Many a womon endures with noble were the guest of Miss Virgie CafFeV heaviest par.t of the tobacco cutting and patience the daily misery of backache, last Sunday. housing comes, farmers are doing pains about the hips, blue nervous Mi-Lidt Raney of Lancaster was spells, dizziness and urinary disorders, the guest of her aunt Mrs. U. G. Presmuch plowing for wheat. hopeless of relief because she doesn't ton last week. Messrs Simon and Joseph Weil of know what is the matter. Lane ami little tfctwgJitur Lexington, the well known cattle dealIt is not true that every pain in the ofMrs. John spent Inst week with Mm. Lexington ers, have purchased of Frank P. Bed- back or hips is trouble "peculiar to the Mary E. Lane. ford of Bourbon county his farm situat- sx." When the kidnej-- get congesRev. Thos. Broadtas wiM prewch afc ed near Elizabeth station and contain- ted and inllamed, there are many such ing 910 acres. The price was not made aches and pains and the whole body Scotts Fork Saturday night awl Swiwkijff Sept 16 ami 17. suffers. known but is approximately 100,000. You can tell it is kidney trouble if Sunday school has liegua at Sc4te Of the catalogue stock at the Baugh-rtia- n the secretions are 'dark colored, con Fork, let every oe attend mi tartr a) sale in Stanford the following tain sediment; the passages are too Sunday setae! again. Garrard county people were purchasers frequent or scanty. Then help the Misses Katie am) IWayme Diekevsatt T. D. Chestnut of J. K. Baughman, weakened kidneys. Tney can't get .Minnie GnVy ami their visitor M one 4 year old horse for $165. Mr. well alone. attemk'd preaching here Sunday. Doan's Kidney Pills have brought Chestnut also bought a Wilkes mare of Forestus Reid for $140. W. B. Burton sound backs and new life and strength ?.Iisses Mary ami Alice Gooch of Vnmt purchased a four year old sorrel mare to thousands of suffering women. They Lick were the charmninf; gtieat of M8l are enforced by thousands endorsed Mary A. Sunders Saturday night adi of M. H. Beasley for $220. 'at home Read this Lancaster woman's Sunday. Cloud King, a saddle stallion, valued convincing statement: Rev. Thos. Bread'iltts of Texas ctosedj at $7,500, in the stable of B. F. Her-- ! Mrs. B. F. Walter. Hill St.. Lani a verj successful three weeks muutms riott, at Pans evidently became fright- - ter, Ky., says: "I never fail to praise at Scotts Fork last Monday, there worts ened in his stable and was making a Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the ?A converted ami fi restored to the great fuss ween Mr. Herriott opened opportunity. I have never been with-th- e church. stable door. The horse rushed out out a supply of this remedy in the house of his stall into the lot and fell dead. ' for years and whenever my back beNot A Word Of Scandal. lle was seven years old and was quite comes lame and painful, a few doses marred the call of a neighbor on Mrs. successful in the showing. always bring prompt relief. Forsome- W. P. Spangii, of Manville. Wyo.,'wh S?v vp,m n,m M- - w v rr..uau time ! offered from kidney trouble. said: "she toW me Dr. King.s New The kidney secretions were unnatural AT,- rmrrVincirl n Rfwtlnn1 rmmr Pills had cured her of obstimtt "' an(l I knew that my kidneys were dis- - Life kidney trouble, and made her fool Kke Davis W itherspoon for 6o. From f. ordered. At that time it was mv cood anew woman... Easy, but sure remedy this mare he has sold colts to the am to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills ount of $225 and has four at this time. fortune for stomach, liver ami kidney trouble. and ' I procured a supply at Frisbie's Oiny 25c at R. E. McRoWts & Son. from the same mare, that he can sell for $500. This is what the Dutchman' " b . Sw . would call one hundred per cent, ain . t Muneys were resiorcu io a normal conUNION. dition " it. Harrodsburg Herald. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Miss Lillie Beaaley visited Rtwe n Co.. Buffalo. Major Rod Warfield returned home cents Murphey Sunday. yesterday morning from Wellington, New York, sole agents for the United Mr. Anderson Hall will leave Tuos- States. Kansas and other Western points, dav to enter scheol at Berea. Remember the name Doan's and where he has been for the past month take no other. Rev. Baird tilled his appointment at buying mules. During his stay theie Good Hope Saturday and Sunday. he purchased no less than five carloads, Private Sale. Lizzie and Rose Marphey will leave costing him a handsome sum. He left this week to enter school at TJerea. As agent for the Heirs of J. M. 56 head at Wellington for his son, Jack decsased, I offer for sale to feed, and the remainder of the lot Mr. Menifee Mcqucry awl wife visitis being shipped here. News. privately the Old Higginbotham Farm ed her father at Cartersville Sunday. . . , containing SS7.1.14 afrts.. Mr. Fado Parks and wife of Proach-ersvil- le w. t. mirion snipped on lueauay to i 13m51csg. E. Gf Lancaster, Ky., 2 milt s visited her mother Mrs. D. G. the Wilson Live Stock Co. of Wilson of turnpike. This is one of the best Ross Sunday. in. u. a car loau ot stocK consisting ot i stock farms in that part of the county. Mr. Henry Parker and family moved M horses. , 4 tn fi vpjiivj nld , whiMi insf ,.T. C. Ballard who lives on the plact to Borer where he intends to enter his mm on an average ili0. per head and will show it to any one that wishes to children in school. 8 mare mules, 4 to 6 years old which G. T. Higginbotham, look at it. cost him $190. a head on an average. Mrs. Lydia Murphey and son John Agent. This is the first shipment made this visited at Mrs. W. M. Duncan's at season to 'this firm, who are legular Bryantsville Saturday and Sunday. Public Sale. buyers on this market, and the stock The members of the farmers Union I will offer at my place at Buena was exceptionally nice, the horses all at this place are going to have a picnic Vista, Garrard county, Ky, on being nice harness animals. next Saturdav at Union school house. WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 27. The following purchases of stock 1911 at 9 O'clock, A. M. were made by Garrard countv people sell the following property; 25 farm at Baughman's sale in Stanford on last and brood mares, half of them 2 to Thursday and Friday: W. B. Burton, 4 draft; 1 Clydesdale show mare, has one 5 yr old mare mule $255 and one had 7 colts selling for over $1,700; 1 horse mule for $165; Ashby Arnold 25 stallion by Montgomery Chief, regisIf weak, you need Cardui, head of feeding cattle at $46.75 per tered; 2 yearling geldings, 25 good yearl head and George Ruble 250 head of the woman's tonic. Cardui ing mules, 20 weanling mules, half of sheep at prices ranging from $4 to $4.30 which are sugar colts, 1 is made from gentle herbs, pair per head; six bucks at from $6.75 to $15 acts in a natural manner, mare mules: 7 jacks, 1 to 8 years each, the low prices being for buck old bred good, by such sires as King and has no bad results, as lambs. Mr. Ruble also purchased three John: 40 jennets with colts by side; some of the strong drugs bulls for $25. $30.50 and $34.50 each. e 240 ewes, Shronshires. sometimes used. As a mednone over 3 years old, good as the best; Do you raise sunflowers? Do you icine a tonic for weak, 6 good bucks; 1 hay baler, Eli make; know that one Garrard county farmer 1 Kemp manure spreader good as new: tired, worn-o- ut women, was compelled to cut this rapidly one 3 horse power gasoline engine, Cardui has been a popular spreading flower from 70 acres of land used a little; 1 power feed cutter, success for over 50 years. which its ravages would have rendered just 1 feed mill, 1 double disc Sanders-D- ual useless. Sunflowers planted in the plow. Sale rain or shine. Free yard and garden for ornamental purlunch. Write for catalogue of jack pose, if allowed to go to seed and drop stock. ' their eed will multiply so rapidly, their TERMS: S months at 6 per cent size decreasing with years until they interest, 1 per cent off for cash. will be the size of the Kansas variety G. H. Ruble, and will soon take a farm. Kill them Buena Vista, Ky. as you would a Canada thistle. Tonic I Phone 92-Nicholasville Exchange. Mrs. Lula Walden, of Mr. Monte Fox, of this city, purchas- East Tennessee Telephone. BoIIiver ed this week from Mr. T. D. Chenault, Bond and A. T. Scott, Auctioneers. Gramlin, S. C, followed of Madison county, 200 head of 1.500 this advice. Read her letpound cattle. Price 6J cents per pound ter: fI was so weak, Taylor & Bottom sold to Richard when I first began to take Cobb and Son, 20 steers for Cardui, that it tired me to 4 cents per pound. Same sold to Mywalk just a little. Now, I ers & Tucker 15 stee.s for $465, also sold to J. D. Whitehouse 15 can do all the general ooooeotoooooooooooo0eoQ0oooo6&v I -- i "... '"" i . toll-gat- s ( s , J g-x- xl ' I fi-A- I I m ! Foster-Milbur- i' 1-- m ..j 1-- 3-- ld high-mrad- The Woman's F, 700-pou- Farm For Sal SOO-pou- Forced To Leave Home. - STHDEBAKER B-- M-P CORPORATION FACTORIES. ,. fi as well as EMF "30" Cars are sold by Flanders j , 9 " m JlASELDEN BROS, Phone A- 49: ' . LANCASTER, KENTUCKY Every year a large number of poor sufferers whose lungs are sore and racked with coughs, are urged to go to another climate. But this is costly and not always sure. There's a better way. Let Dr. King's New Discovery cure you at home. "It cured me of lung trouble," writes W. R. Nelson, of Crlamine. Ark., V'when all else failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight-It- s surely the king of all cough and lung cures." Thousands owe their lves and health to it. It's postively guaranteed for Coughs, Colds, t Asthma, Croup all Throat and Lung troubles. 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle free atR.,E. McRoberts& Son. La-Grip1-- m I will offer privately for sale, the farm belonging to the late T. B. Walker just east of and adjoining the city limits of Lancaster,Ky., containing abont 260 acres. This is one of the very best farms in Garrard County. housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. TOO MUCH LOVE Too much love for fun, frolic and, rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the abovft troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was cured in one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, regular sue pottles only 2oc at Stormes Drug Store. Lewis .?- i. Walker, - - .5 Executor. i - V A x