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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 22, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911092201_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 22, 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. lX - THE CENTRAL RE POSE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1911 The Man on The Box tonight. The teacher institute will be held in Lancaster on Oct 2nd. to be conducted Withdraws On Account Of Age. by Supt M. A. Cassidy and Mrs. Cora who All teachers Wilson Stewart. Mr W. J. Baird who announced in hold certificatis are required by law to last weeks issue of this paper that he 2t was a candidate for the republican attend the full session. nomination for the Legislature has Early Sales. withdrawn from the race on account of The first crops of 1911 tobacco were his age. Young Mr Baird is too young sold in Jessamine county last week and to make the race as the law requires that he he tweenty four years of age brought eight and nine cents. and he is only twenty one. He has Young Democrats Both. many friends who are sorry that he is Mr. and Mrs. Homer Tinsley are re- forced to withdraw. joicing over the arrival of a bouncing "Wils" Rogers To Have Sale. boy, born on the 15th. Mr. and Mrs. James Todd also have Elsewhere in this issue will be found a fine boy born on the same day. the announcement of Mr. N. W. Rogers' sale near Paint Lick on October Errror Corrected. 4th, Some splendid registered stock The Record stated in error last week is to be disposed of at this sale, and that the Republican Mass Convention buyers who are seeking something to nominate a candidate for the legis- good will do well to attend. He will lature would be held on Saturday Sept. also sell at the same time and place a 12th. The Convention will be held at store room in Paint Lick. Wilson the court house at 2 o'clock p. m. Rodgers is one of the best horsemen in Garrard county and we sincerely d. tomorrow hope that he will buy a farm and conDr. Pearce Returned. tinue to reside in the county. the-23- NUMBER 24. rssxmcs&essss FAIR MEETING A SUCCESS. Good Crowd Of Reprcsentaive Citizens tended And Much Enthusiasm Manifested. At- HEATING AND PLUMBING We use the best terial the market affords. Let us make you an estima- mate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. It will be good news to the communiJudge Walker III ty in general and to the Methodists in particular to learn that the Methodist The illness of Judge Lewis L. WalkConference in session at Richmond this er, which was mentidned in last weeks week lias returned Dr. E. H. Pearce to Record, is of a more serious nature his charges at this place and at Hub- than was at first anticipated. What was thought to be an attact of malarible. al fever developed into a well defined Give Picnic. case of typhoid. He was taken to the Lancaster Hospital and is doing nicely, The Farmers Union of Garrard and while this disease necessarily takes county gave a big picnic at Union on considerable length of time to run its last Saturday which was well attended a course, it is thought that if Judge Walby members of the craft from all over continues to hold his own through the county. There was plenty to eat ker the entire course of the disease as he including a splendid brand of burgoo, has in the preliminary stages he will good speaking and a good time genersoon be able to be out again. ally. The Farmers Union is assuming large proportions in this county. An Ounce Of Preventative. Mr. J. W. Zaring Dead At Richmond. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. &&&?z i a Mr. J. W. Zaring, president of the Richmond Grain & Mill Co. of Richmond Ky. died in that city Friday morning of heart trouble from which he had long been a sufferer. Deceased was sixty six years of age and was one of Madison county's leading citi- zens and business men. He is survived by a wife and four children, all of whom are married. Dr. South Honored. On last Thursday night at a meeting of the State Board of Health in Louisville, Dr. John G. South of Frankfort was elected president of that body to succeed Dr. Bailey of Louisville. This is a marked honor to come to Dr. South he being a comparitively young man, but he evidently ranks high in the proSouth married Miss fession. Dr. Christine Bradley. There are several mild cases of typhoid fever in Lancaster and the surcounty. Not in sufficient rounding close proximity however, to indicate that they come from a general source. But it would be well enough to use ordinary precautions, see that your drinking water comes from a reliable source, that your food supplies are reasonably safe from infection, and above all things see that your premises Clean are in a sanitary condition. your premises thoroughly and scatter lime and carbolic acid freely, in fact, use every precaution to guard against the disease peculiar to this time of the year. Store Remodeled. cot i a J n The Joseph Mercantile Co. have remodeled their large store room and are ready for the new fall stock which they have purchased. The room has been painted and papered and looks like a city store. They have this season purchased the largest stock of Ready-to-wegarments for ladies that have ever been shown in Lancaster and the public can inspect same by calling at their store. This business is now being managed by Messrs. Adolph and Arthur Joseph and they are showing the public that they are business boys of the first class and are keeping on hand at all goods. times new and ar te house Saturday afternoon for those interested in the organization of a Fair Association was well attended and much enthusiasm was manifested. Farmers and citizens gathered from every section of the county and expressed their view as to what should be done in the matter. Mr. W. B. Mason was elected Chairman of the meeting and Green Clav Walker Secretary, and after speeches by many of those present, steps were taken from the organization of a stock company for the purpose of establishing a permanent fair for Garrard county. It is purposed to organize a company with a capital stock of 10,000, the stock to be scattered promiscuously among the citizens of the county, the value of each share to be $10.00. 2 this method it is hoped to make the interest in the welfare of the organiza-mor- e widespread. A committe of 27 men, three from each voting precinct in the county, were appointed to solicit subscriptions to the stock, and they, together with those persons who subscribe to the stock, and all persons who are interested in the move ment are requested to meet at the court house on Saturday afternoon September 30th. at 2 o'clock to effect a permanent organization, and to discuss plans in detail as to the future policy of the association. The idea is to have an association in which every part of the county shall be interested by having stock, then making the affair one of interest to the entire county, to lease or buy permanent quarters and erect suitable buildings for a permanent home for the fair. Another feature which is being considered by the promoters of the scheme is to have several rings each day for Gairard county stock exclusively. This idea is not intended to exclude exhibitors from adjoining counties from showing stock at the fair, but to exclude them from these rings and to have an ample number of rings with premiums of sufficient size to attract exhibitors from every where to come here and exhibit, and at the same time, have these other rings which will be far the exclusive use and benefit of home productions. Another feature which is being favorably considered is the erection of a floral hall, in which the good ladies of the county may exhibit their handiwork, culinary, needle work, the products of the garden, dairy and in fact everything in which The meeting called at the court -- mMfMfMMMf.MmMM. a "Tust Received a Car Load a s MfrU 11 m rc I BUJ'J w agons. IUU.JJ fctfujSJ rpLLi Let Us Sell You 'a One. Hasel&en Bros. 'mMWMMmMjM?mMr0) WmmgMt&M': Wm A0Q&ttMMfttf hi siATSSON 1-- We have all the different styles direct from the STETSON f a if- - The Burton Sale. Attention Ladies' See our NEW FALL Line of FINE FOOTWEAR made by the SHELBY SHOE CO. All the New Shades in Velvets xand Tans. Up To Date Toes and Lasts. --- The administrators sale of the personalty of the late Wm. A. Burton at his late home on Wednesday attracted a large crowd from this and adjoining counties. Capt. I. M. Dunn was the auctioneer and Dave Thomas acted as clerk. Good prices were realized for pretty much everything offered. Following are a few of the sales: James Sallee of Boyle bought a bunch of suckling calves for $23.50 per head; John Pennington of Wilmore bought a bunch of 1150 lb cattle at G9. per head; R. L. Arnold a bunch of yearling cattle at 3G.25 per head. Horses brought from $135. to $175. per head, most of this being young green stuff. Suckling mules from $G0, to $115; work mules $175. to $280. Hogs were sold by the head and counting everything realized about 6J per pound. Corn brought from $2.40 to $2.60 shucked down in the head. v The sale was one of the largest held in Garrard county in many years and consumed the entire day. A splendid lunch was prepared to satisfiy the appetites of the crowd. Suburban Farm For Sale. they are interested. We want to say to the people of the county that this movement was placed on foot especially for their benefit, and if they are interested, show that interest by subscribing to the stock, the subscribing binds you to nothing unlees the association is finally organized, then when you subscribe, come in to the next meeting, see what class of citizens are participating in this movement, and put your own shoulder to the wheel and help the movement along We give below a list of the gentlemen who have been appointed by Chairman Mason to take subscriptions for stock. Call on any one of them and give him your name for one or more shares, and then come in to the meeting on the last day of the month. Should you not see one of the soiicitoi-come in county court day and see Mr. Mason and give him your name for a few shares. Following is a list of the gentlemen from the various precincts who have been appointed to solicit subscribers for the stock: s FACTORY PRICES Soft felts will be more popular than AND ever this Fall. Of course you want the right shape and . shade then buy a The House of Quality Stetson! $4.00 $5.00 Lancaster J. E. Stormes, W. L. Lawson, H. T. Logan, W, B. Burton, Alex Gibbs, R. L. Elkin, Jas. W. Smith. ? nFWTWFWRrWWWW G.B.Swinebroad J. M. Farra, Ashby Arnold, Jas Clark, G. A. Bowling, John N. White. West Bryantsville. Dr. W. M. Elliott, J. B. Ruble. East Bryantsville. C. A. Robinson, Hogan Ballard, Lem Teater. Buckeye. Robt. L. Burton, Forest Stapp, T. O. Hill. Walkers School House. Joe Ross, Wood Burnside. By authority of Judge L. L. Walker, Paint Lick. executor of the will of T. B. Walker, E. C. McWhorter, deceased, we offer for sale, privately, E. L. Woods, Walker Bradshaw, None Better, Few As Good. te fc fl Let us sell you your FALL SHOES, Quality an& style considered, we will save you money. J. D. Carter. a fertile farm of 2G5 acres, adjoining the City of Lancaster, Ky., on the Union. North, East, which yields abundant Woods Walker, W. G. Gooch, crops of all the money making products R. F. Parson. which are more valuable than other crops because the marketing is much Sugar Still Climbing. less. " -- "' f K. f3T H. T-- . LOGAN. ' r It has a large new barn and fronts beautifully on Richmond avenue, within the City limits, thus solving the problem of County and City life by combining them into one. A splendid farm, fronting on a concrete walk with the advantage of electric lights, telephone, pavement to churhes, stores and one of the best schools in the State, is easily worth $30.00 more per acre than the same kind of land far out in the country. We can sell it as it is, or include a post-offic- e, The price on sugar is still soaring, doing fancy stunts at the rate of about twenty five cents per jump. This is due to the fact of a shortage in the Cuban crop, bad conditions in the beet sugar industries in this country, and to Now is the time to buy an Old Hickory Wagon The strongest and lightest running wagon made. Buy Buggy and Wagon Harness while they are so cheah J . handsome residence which can be connected by an intervening track of land. new cane crop in the south, which will The farm can be sold' in several tracts. be harvested in October, that the flurry Call on will be over, and the prices will fall HUGHES & SWINEBROAD. Let us I within the bounds of reason. Lancaster, 'Ky. hope they are right. Real Estate Agts. an effort on, the part of European capitalists to corner the market on American sugar. The American Sugar Refining Co. who are the largest manufacturers of sugar in the world, holds out some hope of an abatement of the high prices in the near future. They say that with the coming of the W. J. ROMANS. . I "nrn rii-mnrf- TheCentral Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year, GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky.. as Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., September you may have, and if mention1 is not made, it is your own fault, for it would be but the work of a moment to apprise us of any little personal by phone. Or mayhap it is the space allotted to our advertisers which you overlooked, Do you ever glance at the advertisements in your home paper? Perhaps a closer scrutiny of these features would save you one of those little shopping trips you take to a neighboring city, or perhaps save you the cost of a money order to some mail order house. Try it once any way, it might benefit you. Improving The City Streets. A NEW AND MUCH NEEDED ENTERPRISE To Be Established In Lancaster By One The county machinery is busily engaged in repairing Richmond street from the public aquare to the railroad crossing. When this is done there will be a modern boulevard for a distance of about four miles in the direction of Point Leavell, and in the near"future this will be extended to the Madison county line at Paint Lick. Wallace. Public Sale. Having decided to leave Lancaster, I will offer for sale at the Alex Walker property on Lexington street court day. MONDAY SEPTEMBER 25TH 1911. The following personal property to wit: One side board, 1 table, dining room chairs, 1 box couch, 1 kitchen cabinet, 1 cook stove, 1 coal oil cooking stove, 2 large kettles, 1 dresser, 1 iron bed, 1 large ward robe, druggets, carpets, lamps, 1 road wagon, 1 set of harness, some no 1 timothy hay, 1 milch cow best in town, 1 bath tub, some coal and many other things, sale begins at 2 o'clock. THE COMING PLOW. 1 . Of Our Successful Business Men. 22, 1911. Rates For Political Announcements For For For For For For Precinct and City Offices ... .$ 5.00 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line inter-- all publications in the est of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 Obituaries, per line Democratic Ticket. For Governor James B. McCreary. For Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott For Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. For Auditor Public Accounts Henry M. Bosworth. For Secretary of State C. F. Crece-Iiu- s. For Attorney General James Garnett For State Superintendent of Schools Barksdale Hamlett. For Commissioner Agriculture J W. N",.-man- . -- 5or Clerk Court of Appeals R. L. Greene. For Railroad Commissioner W. F. Klair. For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. For Representative John M. Farra from Garrard Co. ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. 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 the murder of Esquire Beattie at Burnside, Ky. sometime ago and fixed his punishment at death. This will be the first legal execution in Pulaski county in thirty years. Ellis together with Fount Helton is charged with the We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard murder of Esquire Beattie and his concounty, subject to the action of the stable Health in the former's court room at Burnside. Helton's trial is democratic party. now in progress. are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We of the Democratic party. Mrs. Wallace, wife of Mr. Newton Wallace who lives at the work house Every Democratic voter should re- property and is employed by the county member that he casts a vote this year died at eight o'clock Tuesday evening. Mrs. Wallace has been ill for some $5,000 is to be common stock which that will not only elect a Governor, time of intermittent fever, but was Mr. Bastin takes in return for the but will make possible the election of a Democratic President Judge O'Rear thought to be much better until Tues- Creamery property, the land surroundis vainly trying to keep these national day afternoon when she grew rapidly ing it and two acres more land upon questions out of the campaign, but worse until the end came. Heart which the above named spring is situathe voters themselves want them failure was the immediate cause of ted; the remaining $10,000 is to be answered, and it will not do for the her death. Mrs. Wallace was 35 years preferred stock and is to be placed Republican leader to say that he has of age and had made many friends upon the market at a par value of not had time to inform himself abont since moving to Lahcaster two yeras $100. per share, several shares already reduction of the tariff, and the adop- ago. She is survived by her husband having been disposed of at the market tion of the farmers free list bill, both and two small children. Her remains price. No profit is to accrue to this of which measures President Taft were taken to her old home in Jessa- common stock until the preferred stock is upon a basis where it will net a vetoed. The Republicans are split into mine county for interment. dividend of 7 per cent annually, in fragments in every State, while the Post Card Shower. other words, Mr. Bastin does not stand Democrats have won repeated victories by standing shoulder to shoulder. We On my 88th. Birthday I was made to to reap any profit from his enterprise will not only redeem Kentucky this feel with the poet "While friends abide until after the corporation having paid year, but we will lay the foundation and the sunbeams fall, there is some- taxes & c, his preferred stockholders thing pleasant in life for all" When are drawing an annual dividend of 7 for success in the nation next year. a shower of almost "" hundred post per cent. Mr. Bastin says that with the latest dis- cards with Judge O'Rear will not permit a reminders came to me. cussion of the issues that have boon Some trom friends of the daya of "Auld improved machinery it does not reraised by an incompptant extravagant Lang Syne," others from friends of the quire near so much water for the manufacture of ice as has heretofore Republican tzi6 administration, be present, and relatives far and near. u5e ne does not want the minds of My heart was made to rejoice and been necessary with the old style the voters to dwell on these disturbing be glad: to overflow with love for all- - machinery, and that the spring which questions. he proposes to utilize will furnish an and The Republican platform endorsed "As you come to your birthday mile ample supply of water the year round Taft, and it endorsed Willson. O'Rear to keep the ice plant in operation. Mr. post. dominated that Convention. He could Bastin proposes to erect a plant with May it point down a sunlit way, have repudiated both those administra- Witn irienclship sweet to guide your a capacity of 10 tons of ice per day, tions, but he chose to support their evand in addition to this he proposes to feet ery act, and if he has half the courage, Toward the Land of the Perfect Day. operate an ice cream factory in conhonesty and sincerity which he boasts junction with the ice plant with a John K. West. of having, he will continue that support capacity of 200 gallons of cream daily. in his public speeches. Died. An ice plant has been a long felt want in Lancaster, and it is greatly to On the morning of the 13th with the R. Leduc who has oppose Premier breaking of dawn the soul of little the credit of Mr. Bastin that he has Sir Wilford Laurier for his seat as taken the initial steps toward the erPremier of the Government and leader Joseph Thompson Leavell, the nine ection of one. The surplus of an ice of the Liberal party has withdrawn months old son of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. plant at this place would find ready and this leaves the grand old man Leavell, took its flight. The little fel- sale, as the ice plants in this section without opposition, to return to his low had never been strong and many of the state have been unequal to the seat as representative from Quebec, times during the last few weeks the task of supplying this as well as other in which capacity he has served for little life had been despaired of, but communities with a sufficient amount thirty three years. Sir Wilfred's vic- each time he rallied and again made a of ice during the heated season, the tory is considered a victory for recip- struggle for life, but notwithstanding scarcity at times amounting to almost rocity, and bets of two to one with the careful attention of physician and a famine. no takers are being freely offered in friends and the loving care of the parThe success of the enterprise is asCanada that the treaty will be ratified ents, who hoped against hope that the sured almost from the start. Mr. little one might be spared to them, he by that government. finally succumbed After short ser- Bastin has upon several occasions proven his aptitude for just such enterprises At Somerset Saturday a Lincoln vices at the grave by Rev. C. C. as this one; in the first place he is county jury, summoned from that Brown, the remains were laid at rest thoroughly acquainted with all classes county because one was not obtainable in the Lancaster cemetary at 10:30 of modern machinery, had made them in Pulaski, found James Ellis guilty of o'clock Wednesday morning. study; he took Lancaster Cream- Mr. Henly V. Bastin is organizing a stock company for the purpose of es tablishing an ice plant in Lancaster. The plant is to be placed on the property now occupied by the Creamery, and the water for the manufacture of the ice can be obtained in amply sufficient quantities, according to Mr. Bastin, from the old Herring spring, which adjoins the property in view. Mr. Bastin 's idea is to incorporate for the sum of $15,000. Of this amount 11 jujubi iIljBBMBf-i3tgfei5iBS- 8 Terms made known on day of sale. R. L. Arnold. Public Sale. I will offer at my place at Buena Vista, Garrard county, Ky, on WEDNESDAY, SEPT., 27. 1911 at 9 O'clock, A. M. sell the following property: 25 farm and brood mares, half of them 2 to Jno. Deere Sulkey Plow. Call and let us show you its good features. 4 draft; 1 Clydesdale show mare, has Jno. Deere Steel, Oliver and Syracuse Walking Plows. See our line of had 7 colts selling for over $1,700; 1 stoves before buying. stallion by Montgomery Chief, registered; 2 yearling geldings, 25good yearl ing mules, 20 weanling mules, half of which are sugar colts, 1 pair mare mules: 7 jacks, 1 to 8 years old bred good, by such sires as King Wmmm&Mj&m&Wn2M John: 40 jennets with colts by side; e Shropshires. 240 ewes, IT IS NOT MAGIC THAT PRODUCES none over 3 years old, good as the best; 111 6 good bucks; 1 hay baler, Eli make; m 1 Kemp manure spreader good as new: one 3 horse power gasoline engine, just used a little; 1 power feed cutter, 1 feed mill, 1 double disc Sanders-D- ual J plow. Sale rain or shine. Free lunch. Write for catalogue of jack stock.1! of Good a 1-3-ld J. R. MOUNT, SON mm mMfMmSmMfSm CS, CO. 7 ojr high-grad- Olen Lily Flour TERMS: 8 months at 6 per cent interest, 1 per cent off for cash. G. H. Ruble, Buena Vista, Ky. Nicholasville Exchange, East Tennessee Telephone. Bolliver Bond and A. T. Scott, Auctioneers. 92-- F, Phone ill 1 Wheat and It is just combination Scientific Milling. We buy only the BEST WHEAT to begin with and put it through a process of Milling that insures a uniform product at all times. If you have not tried GLEN LILY FLOUR do so today. Public Sale. S Robinson Reunion. At the state fair at Syracuse N. Y. We are authorized to announce Dave Saturday a racing car driven by Lee C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor Oldfield, a brother of Barney Oldfield, of Garrard county subject to the ac- - became unmanageable because of the dampness of the track and dashed into tion of the democratic party. the crowd killing six people outright We are authorized to announce Mr. and seriously injuring fourteen others. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the NomiOldfield was dangerously injured. nation of Assessor of Garrard County, President Taft who was the guest of subject to the action of the democratic honor at the fair that day had left the party. track but a few minutes previous to We are authorized to announce J. B. the accident. Collier as a candidate for the nominaThe severe arraignment by C. T. tion for assessor of Garrard county, Crane of the educatioal institutions of subject to the action of the democratic the country is already bearing fruit. party. At South Bend Ind. the faculty of We are authorized to announce W. Notre Dame have forbidden the smokL. Huffman for a candidate for assess- ing of cigarettes by the students, say or of Garrard county subject to the the habit will be no longer tolerated. action of the Democratic party. Wonder how many parents who patronize this school knew that such a For Magistrate. habit has ever been tolerated there. We. are authorized to announce To date Governor Willson has only John N. White as a candidate for been absent 269 days from his post of Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of duty. He has drawn from the treasury for that period of idleness $4,786.20. the democratic party. his salary being $17.80 per day, and We are authorized to announce Wal- for doing his work Lieutenants Gov ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis- ernor Cox has drawn the same amount. trate in the first district of Garrard This is the wastefulness and neglect County, subject to the action of the which Judge O'Rear's platform tells the voters is altogether praise-worthdemocratic party. y. For Assessor. A reunion of the immediate family and relatives of the late Benjamin F. Robinson, who resided for years near Camp Dick Robinson, in Garrard county was held last week at the club house on Dix River. Forty relatives gathered at the beautiful spot and to say the day was a delightful and happy one but mildly expresses the event. The Robinson family is one of the most prominent and popular in Central Kentucky Every member being possessed of that bigheartedness, sociability and honorable bearing so characteristic of Col. Robinson. He was, in his prime, unquestionably, the best known stock man in this section, and distributed many a thousand dollars among the farmers. He was a true friend, an honorable gentleman and good citizen, and his name will long linger with those who knew him. A sumptuous dinner was served. Danville Messeng- the a ery when it was shut down, because it was said not to be a paying proposition, placed it in running order and made a success of it, as many farmers of the county will bear witness. To this he has added a modern ice cream factory, supplying the soda founts of Lancaster and the entire town and county with all the cream used during the year, besides shipping his cream to many Kentucky towns and establishing for it an enviable reputution, so that he has now reached the point that he is unable to supply the demand. We believe that Mr. Bastin will be equally as successful with an ice plant as he has been with the creamery and ice cream factory, and that he will succeed in solving the theory of supplying Lancaster with a bountiful supply of pure ice, and at the same time reap a nice profit for himself and his associates in the proposed enterprise. er. FARMS FOR SALE In Quit It Boys. Do Justice To Your County Paper. ing city, perhaps our society editor was not cognizant of your journey, but had-yotelephoned us, we would have gladly made mention of the fact. We consider it our duty and are always glad to publish the coming, and goings of you end your neighbors and of any visitors Are you pleased with the Record? If you are, tell your neighbors, If you are not, then tell us, and we will if it be within the bounds of reason, correct any errors or remedy any discrepancies which you may point out to us. The Record is published for the benefit of Lancaster and Garrard county people, whose patronage we seek, and whom we are earnestly striving to please. We sometimes hear of some person saying "there is nothing in that paper, we can read it through in two minutes." Now we are well aware of the fact that one rain does not make a harvest, neither does the opinion of one person make or mar a newspaper, but we would rather have those persons who are wont to pass such criticism to pause and consider a moment before making such a remark. Do you read our editorial colum, first colum, second page, we always strive to put something interesting there, and a perusal of that column alcne will consume more than two minutes: or perhaps it is the personal column to which you allude. Did we inadvertently over look the last trip you made hopping to,a neighboru Governor Wilson's Republican Board of Equalization has in the last two years, added more than $1,380,000.00 to the burden of the peoples taxes. The platform upon which Judge O'Rear who should know better, who is running endorses every act of 's some administration,, so., of course. have reached maturer years. Let us this spoliation of the property of the have an end of such practises. Will-sony tax-payers Imagine yourself a stranger in a strange city, entering with a young lady a place of public entertainment, and your advent being made the occasion of clapping of hands, stamping of feet, whistling cat calls, etc. Would you not feel embarrassed? This is the experience of nearly everyone who visits the Lancaster opera house, home people as well as strangers, and a bashful youth accompanying his first sweet heart is made the particular butt for these jokes. (?) These occurences are not new in Lancaster, they have been in vogue for years, and it is time a stop was put to the practises. It is the height of rudeness, annoying, ungentle-manl- y and wholly uncalled for. The principal pertretrators are boys of an age tbat do such things but we are sorry to note that the rudeness is participated in by Garrard County Ky By HUGHES & SWINEBROAD is approved. The Sick Mr. Coleman Gulley is confined to his home on Richmond street with an attact of stomach trouble. His condition is considereably improved and it is to be hoped that he will be able to resume business within a few days. The bright little son of Mr. William Watkins who resides on the Danville Statistics from Washington show the pike near town is seriously ill of typhoid United States to be gainer in her ex- fever. The little fellow is well known change of commerce with the world in town having apent much of his time during the first eight months of the recently with Mrs. J. I. Hamilton, and year 1911, her exports alone exceeding nis many mends nope ne will come those for the same pesiod of last year through this attact of fever. One of the little sons of Mr. and Mrs by $1,250,000. Adam Kelly has been very ill the past an Hon. Thomas Henry Carter, one time member of the United States Senate, of the Republican National Committee and a noted figure in the political life of the nation, is dead at his home in Montana of lung trouble. Mr Carter was 57 years of age and was born in Ohio. A Dreadful Sight. to H. J. Barnum, of Freeville, N. Y., was the fever" sore that had "plagued his life , for years in spite of many remedies he tried. At last he used Bucklen's Arnica Salve and wrote: "it has entirely healed with scarcely a scar left." Heals Burns, Boils, Eczema, Cuts, Bruises, Swellings, Corns and Piles like magic, Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m 135 acres near Burgin at $110. 98 acres 3 mi Burgin $5000. 113 acres near Burgin at $78. As agent for the Heirs of J, M. Hig 485 acres 7 mi Harrodsburg at $65. ginbotham, decsased, I offer for sale 210 acres near railroad station at $60. privately the Old Higginbotham Farm 280 acres near railroad station at $55. containing 374.14 acres. 191 acres near railroad station at $65. 13milesS. E. of Lancaster, Ky., 2 miles 130 acres near Harrodsburg at $90. of turnpike. This is one of the best 313 acres model farm at $85. stock farms in that part of the county. 140 acres fine farm at $75. J. C. Ballard who lives on the place 258 acres farm 2 houses at $60. will show it to any one that wishes to 272 acres at railroad station 2 houses week with what was at first thought look G. T. Higginbotham, at at $86. to be typhoid fever, luckily however, Agent. 216 acres 2 miles or railroad station this proved not to be the case and he is $7500. now on the way to recovery. . 133 acres model farm at $100. Mrs. Ben King who has been serious.234 acres near Springfield at $65. ly sick at the home of her sister Mrs. 170 acres near Springfield at $55. Dr. Burnett is sufficiently recovered to 145 acres 6 miles Danville $12000. , be able to sit up and her entire recovCo tobacco u. 645 acres Breckenndge ery is but a matter of a short time. ,farm at $15. Mrs. Sallie Lawson who was reported 218 acres Casey Co improved farm at as being ill last week is considerably $8. improved. LANCASTER KENTUCKY. 174 acres level land, on pike, well improved, fine location 268 acres, mostly level, well located, large dwelling. 50 acres A. 1. land, splendid improvements, on pike, 5 mi, out. 91 acres tobacco land, on pike, good improvements, 4 mi, out 68 acres adjoining above 91 acres, will sell both together 171 acres, first class land, good improvements, on pike 4 mi. out 122 acres on pike, a good farm, new improvements, 4 mi. out N. W. ROGERS, 102 acres, 1 mile of town at a bargain Paint Lick Ky. Am Bourne, Auc, price 1C9 acres, new improvements, good SPLENDID FARMS. land, on pike 4 mi from R. R. For Sale By 72J acres, first class land, well located. W. T. 95 acre', some bottom land, good location. Ky. Agency 98 acres, unimproved, 3 mi. of town. MERCER CO, FARMS. 134 acres rich land. 241 acres near Burgin at $65. We have other farms and can suit 104 acres near Burgin at $135. any purchaser. Write us for further 175 acres 2 mi Burgin at $100. particulars and prices. two-hor- Having sold my farm, I will on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH. 1911. at 9 a. m. at the Wallace Old Stone liu Mill place, on Paint Lick Creek, 2 miles from Paint Lick Ky., sell to the highest and best bidder the following stock and property: Four three year old harness geldings; 1 extra, good walking gelding, 6 years old: 1 combined gelding by Rex Peavine 1st dam by old Peavine, 2nd dam Vaughns Gray Eagle, 3rd dam by old Peavine; One 4 year old mare by Rex Peavine, 1st dam by old Peavine, 2nd dam Vaughns Gray Eagle, 3rd dam by Peavine, Registered; One 3 year old mare by Rex Peavine, Registered; One 2 year old stalliou by Rex Peavine, Reg istered; One 2 year old mare bv Madison Boyd Registered; One 2 year old mare by Naboth; 1 inbred Denmark and Drennon Mare, Registered; One 6 year old mare by Dignity Dare, Registered; One 8 year old mare by Marion Squirrel, Registered; Two 5 year old saddle mares; Two 10 year old saddle mares; 2 work mares; 1 pair of draft mares, weight 2,800; 1 draft gelding; 8 suckling horse colts, saddle bred; 2 mule colts, 8 yearling mules; 4 yearling saddle horses; Two 2 year old saddle horses; 4 work mules, 3 to 4 years old 2 brood mares; 1 Shetland mare and colt; One 3 year old combined Stallion; One 5 year old walking Stallion, Denmark & Drenon; One 3 year old black jack 15 hands, by Hubble Starlight; One 6 year old Tennessee Jack; One 5 year old Jennet 152 hands; One 4 year old Jennet 15 hands; One 6 year old Jennet I4J hands high. These Jennets are all in foal by my big Jack. 2 good Jersey cows; 1 yearling Jersey heifer; 1 Jersey heifer calf; 3 Poland China sows; 2 Duroc Jersey sows; I Duroc Jersey Male. I will also at the same time and place sell the Brick Store House in Paint Lick, know as the Estridge property, now occupied by Treadway and Woods. Also some farming implements, 1 tobacco setter, one mowing machine, 1 two horse corn planter. 1 roller, 1 riding cultivator, 1 disc harrow, 1 wagon, 1 log wagon, 2 rubbertire buggies, 1 Frazier cart and other thing? too numerous to mention. Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock. Free Dinner. Terms made known on day of sale. Garrard Milling Go. Lancaster, Kentucky. lijn H:gIiMlflij IMfgMMli:WMrflTE?Ji:tlJa We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER I Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. r Flour, Coal, Salt, Shingles We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection Flour, Raymond City Coal, all coal, no clinkers Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. i STUDEBAKER WAGONS. i ! GLASS and SAUNDERS CAMP NELSON, KY. We want 50 tons of Timothy Hay. We are prepared to clean Seed Wheat at 5c per bushel. Clean it the same day you bring it. se EwingReal Estate Harrodsburg, They last aljfetime. They're Fireproof Stormproof-Inexpen- sive Suitable for all kinds of buildings. For 3 further detailed information apply to w Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, V Private Sale. Drop A Letter In The Box enclosing your check for WW bhiotoom IK . it 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. - ! m j I EACH DAY WE RECEIVE NEW SHIPMENTS OF r FALL ... I Tb eTu utTf ul for Childrens' School Dresses in Choicest Selections. h : GOODS i 32 Inch Ginghams A . t I The Joseph Mercantile Company. . " Richmond Register. Card Of Thanks. What did It Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and (joint's by J host wt Are interested in. i Miss Corenne Marry of Cincinnati the guest of Miss Helen Gill. is Miss Flossie May Sutton is in Lexing ton for a stay with relatives. Mrs. R R, Conn of Paint Lick is iting Mr. and Mrs. J. B.Conn. vis- Dave Say? Dave said RED STA QM J J COAL WAS THE BEST. I Lancaster v. jk: Lumber & M'fg Go. y GO TO THE ry I Creame FOR COA LI r k "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige I 1 Cannel." Each the best in v H. V. BASTIN. AND - MjlBfIiWll:JlT5flTJl"i SCHOOL BOOKS Miss Kay Jenkins is in Louisville Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cotton are visvisiting friends. ing relatives in Bloomington Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price were visitors in Louisville last week. Miss Cora Perkins left last week where she entered Hamilton College. Mrs. Jeff Dunn, of Lexington is visiting her father Mr. John K. West. Miss Minnie Cotton of Danville was the guest of Mrs. Marshall K. Denny Mrs. Sarah Hurt is in Danville visitTuesday. ing Miss Lena Nave and other relaWe Don't Mix. Miss Fannie May Miles of Louisville tives. For shave or hair cut, you go to a is here to spend her vacation with her Mrs. E. L. Owsley is ill at her ap- parents. barber. artment at the residence of Mr. Dave For provision, you go to a grocer. Miss Jeanie Lackey was in Danville Ross. Monday visiting her neice Mrs. HerFor medicine and pills, you go to a Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford, was a bert Price. druggist. visitor the past week of Mrs. Ben Mr. Marion Johnson is attending the To make a deposit you go to the bank Hughes. Sunday Schcol Convention at FrankTo bury a friend you go to the unMrs. Cornie Clay of Richmond is fort this week. dertaker. George D. visiting her niece Mrs Mrs. John Tribble left this morning Robinson. So when you want insurance, why for the Gibson Hospital at Richmond to not go to an Insurance Man, only agent Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hubbard of stay a few days. in Garrard County who writes nothing Covington are guests of Mrs. John E. M Stormes. Mrs. Leslie Herndon and little daugh- but insurance. In a class to our selves ter of Lexington, are guests of Miss no mix-uto? Miss Callie Adams is enjoying a visit Annie Herndon. EVENTUALLY.-w- hy to her cousin Mrs. John Boner at not now. Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Marksbury Camp Nelson. E. C. GAINES. are in Richmond Ind. for a visit to Mrs. Mrs. Baylor Jennings of Spencer Howard Rice. Republican Mass Convention. county is . the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mesdames 0. A. Hendren and John Pursuant to a call of the Republican m George Brown. Burton were visitors of Mrs. J. P. Garrard County committee, there will m Miss Margaret Shugars has been in Prather last week. be a Republican Mass meeting held at the Court House in Garrard County Richmond visiting her sister Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker and little Kentucky. Jonas Rucker. SATURDAY, SEPT 23, 2 P. M. daughter left Tuesday for a stay at Miss Angie Kinnaird leaves this Crab Orchard Springs. in the Circuit Court room, for the purpose of nominating a Republican canweek to teach in the D. & D. InMisses Delia Tinder and Mary Elmore didate to be voted for at November stitute in Danville. left Monday for Greensburg where they election to represent Garrard County in the next legislature. Vote to be Dr. Samuel Rose has returned to will teach this session. taken viva voce in the convention. Philadelphia, Medical College where he Mrs. Robert Gulley is recuperating W. C. WYNN, Chairman. graduates this year. after a protracted illness and visited September 12th, 1911. m Mrs. William Bogle of New Or- Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles this week. leans is visiting her parents Mr. and Judge and Mrs. M. H. Mabry and Mrs. W. H. Wherritt. little son have returned to Flor., after Mrs. William Anderson and children a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. $srB? have returned to Birmingham, after a Price. visit to Garrard relatives. Mr. Noah Spainhower, J. C. Morgan 1Cr4 Dr. and Mrs. James M. Staughton Rice Woods, Mr. and Mrs. John AndVVin were in Danville for a recent visit to erson all spent a few days at the M its Class. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landram. Louisville State Fair. Miss Gladys Frisbie is at home afMr. and Mrs. John La Guiate nee ter several weeks stay with Miss Mar- Miss Alma Berkele of New Orleans, garet Elkin Hughes in Lousville. are guest of the brides grand parents Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Rucker of Rich- Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Wherritt, mond, have been recent visitors of Mesdames Rebecca West, Hugh Hemphill and Samuel Embry left TuesJMMMiWJW.WlrSIlTgJll Judge William Shugars and family. Miss Mary Doty is at home after a day for the State Missionary Convenpleasant visit to her uncle Mr. William tion which is in session in Frankfort. Doty in Winnsboro South Carolina. Mrs. Thomas P. Wherritt entertained Mrs. John G. South of Frankfort, is at a 6 o'clock dinner Tuesday in honor here for a visit to her aunts Mrs. Pat-ti- e of the young bride and groom, Mr and Mrs. John La Guiate Jr. of New OrD. Gill and Miss Jennie Duncan. La-Grip1-- m p. Miss Carrie Woodard. of Sulphur Wells, is visiting Mrs. J. B. Bourne. 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 Seed Rye for sale. Sam Cotton. and not always sure. There's a better For Rent Six up stairs rooms. way. Let Dr. King's New Discovery W. C. Davis. cure you at home. "It cured me of lung trouble, " writes W. R. Nelson, Sale-2- 00 For good tobacco sticks! of Crlamine. Ark., "when all else Call this office. failed and I gained 47 pounds in weight Its surely the king of all cough and For Sale One fine yearling buck. J. Fleece Robinson. lung cures." Thousands owe their lives and health to it. It's postivoly Recleaned seed rye and seed wheat guaranteed for Coughs, Colds, for sale. Hudson & Hughes. Phone 26 Asthma, Croup all Throat and Lung troubles. 50c & $1.00. Trial bote For Sale-- 6 with 1 acre tle free at R. E. McRoberts & Son. lot. stable. MsT. Mullins.Bryantsville rogm-ottag- S YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. We wish to thank our many friends for their kindness shown us during the iliness and death of our son and brother Arthur. Mr and Mrs J. A. Scott and family, Lowell, Ky. Seed Wheat For Sale. 100 bushels of no 1 seed wheat for sale also 200 bushels of onions. B. F. Robinson. Phone 363 B. For Rent. House and lot on Hill Court, location plenty of fruit and two gardens. Desire either a man and wife, or small family, who will board my mother. Phone No. 363 G. Mrs. Bright Herring. For Sale-H- HI onions sets, hill onions and white clover honey. Walton E. Moss. Phone 354F Display of fall millinary Sep, The public is cordially invited. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. 1. 'tiBaTffl DU:-rtitf-'! i n . Bargain-- 12 H. P. Foos gasoline S3 Kvtfg. Li en- gine; replaced by Electric Motor. P. O. Box 353, Danville, Ky. Lodge will meet day. Until further notice the K. of P. at 7 p. m. every Thurs For Sale lM'tt'H wsks acres of land, well improved on pike, two miles from Lancaster, well watered. Price right, call on James P. Bourne, Lancaster, Ky. 38 BETSY'S POINTERS Molly says the'Queen Quality the famous Shoe fits where others fail. Why not entrust yourself to Queen Notice 1 1 Quality style leadership and be sure footplease present them to me at once pro- of getting just what's what in perly proven. Lewis L. Walker, wear? It's alway correct and we Exec. have the latest. R. S. BROWN. -l. estate of T. B. Walker deceased w ill 3t-9- All persons having claims against the 4 MISS ARNOLD will show exclusive kJ'mm PM Red Top School Supplies. CASH ONLY. tt I McRoberts Drugstore A FULL LINE OF BLUE AND WHITE Enamelware just received. Prices lower then ever before. GIVE US A CALL. L. G. DAVIDSON leans. Mesdames Harris of San Diego, Mr. John K. West dined on WednesCalifornia, and Ward of Abilene, Texas, have been visiting Mrs. Milton day with his friend Mr. Thomas Broad-du- s the sumptuous repast being to celeWard. brate his recent birthday, he being 88 Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sanders are in years old. Kirksville having been called there by Virgil Conn, Mat Leak, Rube Moss, the critical illness of Mr. Sanders, Sam Herron, Jake Bourne, Jim White, father. Holman Brown, Jim Ballard, Henry Mrs. Alex Francis and little daughBall, and Louise Ball composed a party ter of Rolling Fork, Mississippi are to High Bridge last Sunday. guests of Mrs. Edna Francis and Mrs. H. J. Tinsley is making an exdaughters. tensive tour of the west, she has Mrs. Clifford Shropshire of Lexing been in Colorado for some time and is ton and Miss Barbara Thompson of now with relatives in Amarillo Texas. Frankfort, have been recent guests of She is accompanied by her brother. Miss Norma Elmore. Miss Bessie Prather has returned Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton have from an extended visit to relatives in returned from a most enjoyable out- Bloomington and other Illinois cities. ing to Washington D. C., Norfolk, She was accompanied home by her Virginia New York and Niagra Falls. relative Mr. Chas. Williams of Shirley Miss Linnie Moss, of Lancaster, ar- Illinois. rived in the city Monday evening to "Floyd K. Swope, a popular student spend several days with her sister, Mrs at State College and a junior this year J. T. Evans on Edgewood Road. in the audhas accepted a clerk-shi- p Record Herald. of the L. & E. R. R." itor's office Miss Carrie Miller has returned home "Ashley Swope succeeded Mr.IGibbons after several months visit to her sisters as office Secretary at the Y. M. C. A." in Charleston, W.J Va. She was acLexington Herald. companied from Covington, by Mrs Joe Elder and Mrs. F. M. Tinder, Mrs. Miller, who is here for a short visit. William Burnett and sister Miss Ad-dMr. Robert Arnold has rented the Arnold and Mesdames R. E. McLilly property on Lancaster avenue Roberts and Emma Kauffman . deft Misses Lettie Mae McRoberts and Eliza Monday to attend the StafeCpnvention both Virginia Walton are the charming of the Disciples of Christiwhich" is, in guests of Dr and Mrs C. H. Vaught sessio in Frankfort. Mid-dlesbo- ro Asphalt Granite Roofing Cheapest-Satisfactory FALL and WINTER MILLINERY SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER Is the Best and Hoofing made today. 30th, 1911. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. Also a nice line of Tailored Hats. ASK YOUR DEALER Haselden Bros. i THE DRY FALL OUTING TO MAMMOTH CAVE For The Home Circle arid Private Parties ROUND TRIP FROM WEDNESDAY LANCASTER And all Way Stations. September 27. Regular Train 5:15 a. m. '5.65 A Grand ie ALL EXPENSES AT HOTEL ONLY $6.50 admission to the several routes in the Cave. Three-Day- s This includes your board and & N. One evening for a promenade or dance. Outing. Write or Phone L. Ticket Agent. W. mm . Our Fall and Winter Lilies of Womens Apparel Now On Sale In Varieties, Styles and Prices, Offer You All The Advantages Of Shopping4 In New York Without The Troubles. TAILORED SUITS. LADIES DRESSES. We have in stock now over Two Hundred entire- We already have on sale over 300 Suits ranging in price from $15 to $75. These are in every color and all the new weaves and many new shapes, representing the very latest creations of the highest class New York Men Tailors. Materials are Mens Serges, Chevoits, Rough Mixtures, Velvets, Corduroys, Etc, Etc. ly new Dresses in styles suitable for house, street and evening wear. Materials are Serges, Velvets, Satins, Cloths, etc., and prices are very reasonable. Excellent all wool Serge Dresses at $8.50 to $15, and from this price on up to $85. Beautiful line of Evening Dresses from $12. to $25. WRAPS. While it is rather warm to talk Cloaks, we have them whenever you are ready, and show all the new ideas. Many beautiful wraps for evening wear at reasonable prices. CHILDRENS DRESSES. CLOAKS AND You will find that you can get your School Dresses all ready made as cheap as making and even better style than home-mad- e garments. All sizes from 6 to 14 years. Come in Now and Get Posted on New Styles and Come Often as Every Train From New York Brings Us New Goods JttLm J3 Rob ertson Not A Word Of Scandal. d&i Bro., Danville, Ky Notice To Taxpayers. Colo-iad- 1SHYANTSV1LLE THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embiiy, Safety Samual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. ' BUSINESS. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. ; i fi ti, I B. F. HUDSON, President. i "We J. ORGANIZED 1SS3. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. W. SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 0. Rignev, Ass't Cash'r. Book-Keepe- r. I Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, Prompt Attention. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs i Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday9Sept 24th. Although an M. D., I acknowledge to my patients anu patrons tnat your remedy, D. D. D., reached cases of Eczema and permanently cures them. Dr. Ira T. Gabbert, Caldwell, Kan. "My cure began from the first application of D. D. D. My skin is now as smooth as a baby's. I wouldn't take a thousand dollars for what D. D. D. has done for me," writes August Santo, of Chillicothe, Ohio. These are just samples of letters we are receiving every day from grateful patients all over the county. "Worth its weight in gold," 'All my pimples washed away by D. D. D.," "I found instant relief," "D. D. D. is little short of miraculous." These are the words of others in describing the great skin remedy, D. D. D. Proven by thousands of cures, for ten years to be absolutely harmless and reliable in every case of skin trouble, no matter what it is. Get a trial bottle Instant reliefonly 25cts at R. E. McRoberts & Son. to-da- marred the call of a neighbor on Mrs. Prof. Milton Elliott of Lexington, W. P. Spangh, of Manville, Wyo., who King,s New has been visiting his brother Dr. W. M. said: "she told me Dr. Life Pills had cured her of obstinate Elliott. kidney trouble, and made her feel like o Mrs. Alice Adams of Denver, a new woman.,, Easy, but sure remedy has been the guest of Mrs. U. J." for stomach, liver and kidney trouble. Hogan. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Miss Pattie Belle Burke left last week for Lexington, where she will FLATWOOD attend Hamilton College this year. Miss Mayme Ballard spent several Ed Portwood sold a mule colt for $90. days in Lexington last week with her Geo Miller sold a mule colt for $100. aunt Mrs. W. T. Wooifolk. Abe Faulkner sold three hogs to Har- Mr. Jesse Perkins left Saturday for rison Gafney for $21.00. Louisville where he will attend the Press Baker bought six hogs from Dental College, he is a senior this Lee Anderson for $18.00. year. Geo Miller bought a work mare from Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Caywood of Mr Gastineau for $140.00. Washington City, have returned home S. L. Balrd sold a pair of mules to after a visit to Mrs. G. B. Rose and Grant Hammonds for $100.00. family. G. W. Elam is building a new resiMisses Mary Hunter and Camilla dence on the land he purchased from Stevens of Georgia who have been the John Longworth. guests of Miss Mayme Ballard have returned home after a several weeks Doctor Praises D. D. D. 1 visit. 1-- m Mrs. H. L. Elder of Nicholasville has been visiting her daughter Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard and Mrs. J. H. Dean. Master James Bryant of Memphis, Tenn., who has been spending the summer her with his aunt, Mrs. J. H. Deane, left Monday for his home. Mr Sam Rose has returned to Philadelphia where he will resume his study at the JefTerson Medical College. Mr and Mrs Harvey Herd and Miss Mary and John Herd, of Fort Worth Texas, who have been with Mr. B. F. Patton and family for several weeks have returned home. Miss Anna Lee Wooifolk, of Lexington has leturned home after spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs Eliza H. Ballard. t Miss Maud Perkins of Middlesboro, is the guest of Miss Frances Tomlinson. Mrs W. P. Cobb is at home after a Round CTIllH I IHAhMhIhI SPECIAL TRAIN STONE. visit with friends at Richmond. Mrs Marshal Davis and children of Jessamine, have been with Charlej Dean for a visit. Trip Round Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. IIHHHHHnHnsaHHHMnHl J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. Monuments of all kinds and of the TOO MUCH LOVE Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Mullins and Moses Ray sold to Mr Barton some children of Nicholasville are with his hogs at 6cts. mother, Mrs. Nannie Mullins for a Mr Ike Dunn who has had typhoid visit. fever is improving. Mr. David Jenkins of Georgetown, Mrs Liza McDaniel is" visiting her sis- is visiting his father Mr. C. M. Jenkter, Mrs Mary Fain. ins. C. M. Moberly sold to Walter Fain Kennedy and Dickerson bought of two hogs for $20.00. Sam Hughes the residence now occuThomas Tapp sold to J. W. Simpson pied bv Mr. Virgil Scott for $1200. one steer calf for $10.00. C. S. Sanders bought of Wm Whit-takA WORD WITH WOMEN. one horse for $40.00. T. H. Green sold to Geo Thomnson 1 Valuable Advice For Lancaster Readers. two year old mare mule for $125.00. Many a womon endures with noble Dan Moberly & Son sold to Bery Bru- patience the daily misery of backache, ner four two year old steers for $90.00. pains about the hips, blue nervous Mr. Frank Land sold to Bery Bruner spells, dizziness and urinary disorders, one fat cow at 4cts, also six yearling hopeless of relief because she doesn't steers for $5.40 per hundred. know what is the matter. pain in the G. Preston and brother sold to Mr It is not true V. Tendle, of Wilmore, 7 head of steers at back or hips is trouble "peculiar to the $1.25 per hundred.also. 2 heifers at $3.75 sex." When the kidneys get congested and inflamed, there are many such per hundred and a dry cow at 3cts. aches and pains and the whole body er The tax books for the city taxes are now in my hands, the taxes are due and the city needs the money. I will be found at my office at any time dur(paco below this hearting Is for the exclu- ing the day and would be glad to have sive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for as many as possible to call and settU. the snle of stock, grain ami such things on Novfnrm ns the farmer cannot nlTonl to adver- Remember the penalty will go on M. C. L. tise. No notice will be accepted over four ember 1st. L. E. Herron, lines, and will be only in two issues of the Record, free of charge James Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Pullins have For Sale-T- wo Poland China Boars, moved to Richmond to make their weighing about 100 lbs. W. S. Embry. future home. FOR SALE 151 acre farm good house Mrs. Tom Logston of Berea is the and improvements. Gus Scott Buena guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. G. Vista, Ky. W. Treadway. LOST Between Batson's store and Mr. Orville Arnold has returned e house on Lexington pike, a from Louisville, where he took a civil hand bag with pocket book in it. service examination. Mrs Sam Cochran. Misses Sallie and Mattie Woods left last Thursday for a term at Madison For Sale Two extra good milk cows fresh with young calves satisfaction Institute at Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wallace and guaranteed. Price reasonable, will sell with or without chives. Phone D. children visited Mrs. Dee Woods at B. Pelphrey 347 A. or write Z. T. Rice Stanford Saturday and Sunday. Richmond, Ky. Mr. Rayburn and daughter's of near Richmond, have been the guests of S. S. Ralls & J. M. Hutsell, of Mt. Sterling, Ky., have purchased of A. B. Mr. and Mrs. Authornile Henderson. Mrs. Kay Lackey of Texas returned McAfee, of Lawrenceburg, Ky., a suckling mare mule colt for $250. This to her home after several weeks stay mule is an exceptionally fine one and witn ner parents iir. anu Mrs. doe Francis. when weaned weighed 650 pounds. Messrs John and BoydWynn attended Mr. Alex Gibbs has just returned the Louisville State Fair and visited from a trip into Tennessee where he Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Williams of Madipurchased 1J0 nice feeding cattle for son Indiana. which he paid in the neighborhood of Mrs. T. J. Curtis of Richmond and 5 cents per pound. The cattle will be i Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Cobb of Cynthiana shipped to him within the next few have been recent guests of Mr. and weeks and will be placed on the farm Mrs. John Texry. of the Messrs Gibbs Bros, on the Mrs. W. C. Fitzpatrick and Mrs. J. Kirksville pike. S. Terry will go to Frankfort WedMessrs Wayne & Harmon sold and nesday to attend the State Sunday delivered Monday to A. E. Hundley & School Convention. Miss Louise Terry trained nurse of Son, of Boyle county, 86 head of grazing cattle that averaged 1048 pounds Good Samaritan Hospital at Lexington each. It was a fine looking drove of was called to Richmond by Dr. Gibson cattle and while the price at which the to a special case at the Hospital. cattle were sold was not announced, it Little Miss Arnold Ramsey who was is reported to have been a good one. thrown from a horse last week, and Marion Falcon. painfully hurt on the face and head is Garrard county has probably as good improving and able to be out again. a corn crop as there will be in the state even before the breaking of the recent drought parts of this county had received bountiful rains which were but local, and the corn prospect was good, and since the rains farmers in some localities say they will have a better crop headache, biliousness, inthan last year. For a while the fardigestion, rheumatism, mers were having visions of $4.00 corn pimples, blotches, yellow at gathering time, but the prospect for complexion, etc., are all splendid fall grazing have blasted their hopes as to this price. We have heard signs of poisons in your of several sales at $3.00 and of one sale These poisons blood. toll-gatI FARMER'S COLUMN j H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. Dentist. Paint Lick, L Kentucky. DB.Wiii.BTJENETT Phvsican and Surgeon. OfEice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Offlce Phone 0. Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave The Only Two White Barbers In Town. See the tall siyn, North side of Public Square. . M r j I HOUSE.. DENTIST M. K. Denny, Office over JIIss Arnold's Millinery. M Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Glen's Garments. Phone 340. Public 'Square. 1 y h. IV. Faulkner, (VIgr. 8a.m to 12. Office flour:) 1 p. m. to J. Office over Stormes' Drng Store B. Phone IT. "WJLTJER. DENTIST. Co. 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Sample sent free by writing Blood Balm Co, Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble and free medical advice given. Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm HARRIS & WHEELER, KENTUCKY. Stormes Drag Store. NICHOLASVILLE. Telephones Installed Since May st, 1911. 1 357 H G. A. Ballard 397 Miss Fannie Bishop 165 F. G. Hurt 339-- J J. Q. Mahan 363-- S 374-- S J. W. Mahan G. 186 365 383-- U 384-- A 213 381 A.f Morgan Dressmaking. Misses Moss & Lay Vetinary Surgeon. Dr. R. L. Pontius Residence Bright's Bend. James Rankin Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. T. C. Rankin Grocery Campbell St. Turner & Carpenter Residence Crab Orchard St. Miss Margaret Zanone Paste this in your telephone book. v. Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. Residence Crab Orchard St. Residence Water St. Residence 3 M Richmond pike. Residence 6 M Lexington pike. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. the BEST WORK. We have the only Steam Steralways bring prompt relief. For someShop ilizer in town for Massage. Messrs Grant Metcalf and Edgar time I suffered from kidney trouble. on Richmond St, The kidney secretions were unnatural Brandenburg have entered school at Offllce at Sweeney's Livery Stable. and I knew that my kidneys were dis- Berea. HENRY DUNCAN Miss Lucy Francis is the guest of -- -- ordered. At that time it was my good Lancaster, Kentucky. The Old Reliable Barber. fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills her sister Mrs. S. F. Hughes of Lanand I procured a supply at Frisbie's caster. I have just opened up a new, clean e. When your doctor orders you to stop work, it staggers you. "I can't you say. You know you are weak, run down and failing in health, day by day, but you must work as long as you can stand, What you need is Electric Bitters to give tone, strength, and vigor to your system, to prevent breakdown and build you up. Don't be weak, sickly or ailing when Electric Bitters will benefit you from the first dose. suffers. 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I have never been withit to Washington Court House Ohio. out a supply of this remedy in the house Mr. Curry Rice left home last week for years and whenever my back becomes lame and painful, a few doses to attend Union college at Barboura-villthat-every J Black-Draogii- Cut Flowers ii of QUALITY. the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: " I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I tried Thed-ford- 'c Black-Draug- ht, UWare McRoberts. VETERINARIAN. ooeeooooooeoooeoooMoooooeoo MOo Henry L.Cas8y,D.v.s Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. United States Army Office Telephone 32 at Logan's Stable. and 4S2. and DANVILLE. KY now I feel better than when I was 16 years old." Your druggist sells it, in 25 cent packages. Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. Fall boars and gilts for sale. Insist on Thedford's J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. 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