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THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SECOND YEAR. i LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 191 I. jmm m-- NUMBER 25. ii mi arereaETCTm jgyisa l2L'fe&j4l7,l You Are Cordially Invited To Attend our Fall Opening and Fashion Show i FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th AND 30th, 1911. FALL OZEHSrHtNTGi- FRIDAY AND -ZsTID -A- SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th and 30th, 1911. FASHION up-to-the-h- our :ow We hope for the e JOSEPH MERCANTILE Our Time Will Be Yours. COMPANY, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Our Pleasure mm ; a v 3 At this time ive will display all that is new and novel in wearing apparel, for Ladies' and Children, in latest 1911 Models for Fall. clothes. attendance of every Woman in this and surrounding counties who are interested in In Showing You. I The Joseph ijlljgJljlilfllJiliJSIiM iPjjyiiisliillSSliS IT IS NOT MAGIC THAT PRODUCES The One of Only Exclusive Ladies' Outfitters in Lancaster. rWEAjmnEamsri!Lsnnb.&j3g&1&.4g&7y?&j&swTSzz Mrs. John Logan of New York is There will be preaching at Herring School House Sunday afternoon. Every here visiting relatives and friends. body invited to come out. Miss Rella Arnold will hold her opening on Saturday of this week. She has Farmers Union Reeling. a large and well selected line of pretty hats that are not surpassed in any The Stockholders of the Paint Lick Local of the Farmers Union will meet market. at the Court House in Lancaster, Ky. I have secured the agency for the on Saturday September 30th at two patterns"andwill have o'clock for the transaction of imporon display, finished samples, etc, at R. tant business. This organization is E. McRobcrts & Son drug storer Satur- assuming goodly proportions in the day Sept, 30th. The Ladies are invited county, and the farmers claim that to call and see them. Mrs L. N. Miller. much good will result therefrom. Mrs. Charles P. Weaver of Louisville will speak at Teachers Institute next Thursday on school improvement. Mrs. Weaver is employed by State Federation of Woman's club to speak throughout Ky., and is now organizer of school improvements leagues. She has met with great success and comes to Lancaster under auspices of Woman Club of Lancaster. All inflrested in good schools are cordialy invited to hear Mrs. Weaver. Deaths. Mr. William I. Ralston who has lived almost seventy five years in Garrard county, and who was one of the most highly respected of the citizens of the Paint Lick section, died at his home on White Lick creek last Friday. Mr. Ralston had been in failing health for a considerable length of time. After services at the church at Manse con- uucteu oy Kev. u. u. tsrown, his remains were interred in the cemetery at Old Paint Lick. Their Visit To Be Made Profitable. The teachers who attend the ty rcantile Co. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT Edward Cosby Terribly Burned While -s iHje iiiiissiijgiBgiijgjiig. jsjgjiiijaigiiji.iiii!g fiillfnrr LipnlinQ Jonlr I i HAVE YOU SEE IT? Glen Lily Flour, It is just a combination of Good Wheat and 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. County Court Day. ! Garrard Milling Co. An unusually large crowd was in town Monday, even for September court, and there was more stock than has been seen here in several months. There was probably 200 mule colts here, but few of them selling, the farmers not caring to take what they considered the small price offered for them. What sold brought from S50. to $110. Good Attraction. Lancaster, Kentucky. MrMlliiJlIiJliiJ iJMllilfSililiIillllrSMJliU! i F&&m&& HEATING AND Pleasant 5 And PLUMBING. We use the best the market affords. ma-teri- al Teachers Institute next week are to have a pleasant as well as a profitable time. Teachers will be here from Boyle and Mercer counties and en Tues day night at the College building they will be tendered a reception by the Garrard county teachers, and during the week Supt Higgins has in addition to able instructors, provided entertainment in the way of lectures by seme of the best talent of the state. Institute. Let us make you an esti- mate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. Institute composed of and Garrard will convene in" Lancaster October 2. A reception will be given by the Garrard teachers on Tuesday night at the school building. On Wednesday night Supt. Cassiday and Mrs. Stewart will each lecture, and on Thursday night Prof. G. D. Smith of the Richmond Normal School will give an illustrated lecture. Mrs. Charles P. Wearner and other distinThe Boyle, Mercer tri-coun- ty guished guests are expected during the week. Suburban Farm For Sale. One of the best attractions seen at the Lancaster Opera House in some time was witnessed on last Thursday night in "The Man On The Box." The play is an exceptionally strong one and was well rendered, but owing to the fact that sufficient time was not given to properly advertise it. they had a small crowd, The management has ience. promised a return engagement in the Young Cosby is from Junction City, near future. and even while undergoing such suffering, he had sufficient presence of Damage Suit For Calvin Elam's Death. mind to request that his mother be Attorneys retained in the damage not apprised of his accident, as she suit of Calvin Elam's administrator was sick. The young man has been in against the Bourbon Home Telephone the employ of Mr. J. W. Sweeney for Company and the Paiis Gas and Elec- some time, driving the oil wagon, and tric Co., were yesterday taking deposi- Mr. Sweeney and all who know him tions in the case which will come up hold him in high esteem, and hope his for trial in the Bourbon CircuitCourtat injuries may not prove as serious as the November term. The suit is against they first appear. Thursday morning Mr Cosby died at the corporations jointly and the peti half past two o'clock this morning and tions prays for damages to the extent of $30,000 for the death of Elam which the remains were taken to Junction is alleged to have been caused by an City for burial. Much sympathy is electric light wire crossing a dead tele- extended to the bereaved Father and phone wire of the Home Company. Mother. He was the only child. Elam coming in contact with the dead wire is alleged to have knocked him Struck Popular Chord. from a pole, while in the discharge of The Record's recent article advocathis duties as lineman in the employ of ing the extension of the water works to the telephone company, causing his death. The defendant is represented Dix river seems to have struck a popuby Talbott & Whitley, while the plain lar chord as many citizens have extiff companies have retained Judge pressed, themselves as being heartily Denis Dundon and Hon. C. M. Thomas. in favor of the proposition. It is to be hoped that the City CounBourbon News. Calvin Elam was a Garrard county cil will take the matter up and see if it boy who went to Paris to work for the be plausible to go into the matter at telephone company, and was killed af- this time. ter being in their service but a few We surely do need better water. days. Squire McKecknie Dead. Sick All Improved. About two thirty o'clock Wednesday afternoon while Edward Cosby was filling a gasoline tank in front of Haselden Bro's store from a Standard Oil wagon, of which he was the driver, he accidently spilled some of the oil on the ground and also on his clothes which were already satuated with oil and grease. A match had been dropped on the ground near the tank and upon this the young man unknowingly stepped, instantly he was a mass of flames and dropping his can of gasoline he fled in terror across the square, he was finally captured and thrown to the ground and rolled over and the flames extinguished not however until he had sustained horrible burns about the arms and legs principally, and some burns about the body. The flesh and skin coming away from his body in shred$" when the smoking clothing was cut from him. He was hurried to the rear of McRobert's drug store and Drs. Acton and Kinnaird, with the assistance of Mr. McRoberts and the citizens, did every thing in their power to alleviate his terrible suffering. After the physicians had dressed his burns, he was taken to the Lancaster Hospital where he is resting as comfortable as possible after his terrible exper WHAT? The Studebaker I "Flanders 20" Noisiless as a Rubber Hammer. The Great Hill Climber. The Car of Now. The Car of The Future. m Can be seen in our window. FULLY A drive will CONVINCE you. EQUIPED $915.00 111 Haselden Bros. BfMi:gfliMf7ail:giMrgMifl "gfHMiMrrUl: I We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. BE?& r I 8 HI CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. We are glad to be able to announce By authority of Judge L. L. Walker, that all those who were reported Sick executor of the will of T. B. Walker, in last weeks issue are improving. Judge Walker is still at the Lancasdeceased, we offer for sale, privately, a fertile farm of 265 acres, adjoining ter Hospital, where he will be confined the City of Lancaster, Ky,, ph the for some time, however, he is doing North, East, which yields afcundant ust as well as could possibly be ex crops of all the monejAmakig.products pected, his temperature is keeping which' are morevahntfiie than other well under control, he is resting well cropsr because thmarketing is much and barring the unforseen, it is only a matter of time when he will be able to iessi i Itlias a large new barn aqd fronts be out. beautifully on Richjnond avenue, Coleman Gulley is up and was able within the City limits, thus solving the to take a drive on Monday. Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson is able to proflem of (j&unty" andCity life by be up and is gaining strength rapidly. conjbintrig (hem into one. A splendid farmVMronting on a concrete walk Little Guy Watkins has a pretty advantage of electric lights, severe attact of typhoid fever, but is with the reported as being better and improving telephone, pavement to churhes, stores and one of the best slowly. Llllard the young son of Mr. Adam schools in the State, is easily worth $30.00 more per acre than the same Kelly, who also has typhoid fever is kind of land far out in the country. also improving, and is thought to be We can sell it as it is, or include a well on the road to recovery. Mrs. Dr. Amon who has been serhandsome residence which can be conby an intervening track of land. iously ill and who recently suffered a nected The farm can be sold in several tracts. severe relapse is very much improved, and her condition at present is such as Call on .. to inspire her friends with, hope for HUGHES & SWINEBROAD. caster Cemetary. Lancaster, Ky. her speedy recovery. Real Estate Agts. post-offic- e, Squire Jas. McKecknie died at his home near Hubble this morning at 5 o'clock of stomach trouble. He was 50 years of age and came to this country from Scotland when he was 14 years of age. He has been living in Lincoln county for the past 10 years and shortly after he moved there married his present wife who is a sister to Hon. J. E. Robinson county attorney of this county. Mr. McKecnie was well liked by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. He is a Magistrate of Lincoln county and before he lost his health was prominently mentioned for county judge of that county. He was of the pure Scottish type and had lots of wit. He recently returned from the old country and wrote THE RECORD several letters that were much appreciated by' our readers. Lincoln county has lost a good citizen by his death and he will be sadly missed by the good people of the Hubble section. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn his loss. The funeral will be conducted by Elder D. M. Walker at the Hubble church at 10 o'clock Saturday morning and his remains will be laid to rest in the Lan- NowJls the time to buy an Old Hickory Wagon The strongest and lightest running wagon made. Buy Buggy and Wagon Harness while they are so cheahj. W. J. ROMANS. r 3 t v. "7 x ., . VJ-- --""" TheCentral Recoro Dont fail to attend the Hipp while option of the treaty. The new govern- - get him to devote a minute to the dismeat in Canada stands pledged to in- cussion of the Republican State and you are in Lexington, for it is a good ternal expansion, and favor the "closed national administrations if you were to show and you will enjoy it. They alincorporated. offer him a pension for life. ways have several good vaudeville door" to this country. $1.00 a year, Issued Weekly. stunts, and you aie assured of seeing chagrin at President Taf t expressed his in the folAfter the "steam rolled" had flatten- a clean first class show. If you have GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. the defeat of the measure lowing words: ""1 had hoped it would ed those Holtzclaw repnblicans in the never visited this place, then go and be put through to prove the correctness republican convention at the court you will always find time to visit it Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., of my judgment that it would be a house on last Saturday afternoon, they every time you are in Lexington Mail Matter. as Second-Clasgreat thing for both countries. For declared in favor of the direct primary. Member Kentucky Press Association me it is a great disappointment. It We desire to call attention to the and takes two to make a bargain, and if Governor Willson is still swatting large advertisement in this issue of C. doCanada declines we can still go on Eighth District Publishers League. golf balls, while what does the poor F. .Brower & Co. also the invitation of ing business at the old stand." fellow who is breaking his back in the the different merchants of Lexington, Lancaster, Ky., September 29, 1911. tobacco patch for a pittance think of to visit their city. Lexington is a good A recent editorial in the Lexington such extravagance?. town and many of our people are daily Herald calls attention to the fact that seen on the streets. Brower & Co Rates For Political Announcements the old high bridge could be used to have for a long time received the pat$ 5.00 great advantage by the Traction ComPOSTOFFICE For Precinct and City Offices ronage of many of our people for the 10.00 pany, who is promoting the building of For County Offices things, that cannot be purchased at 15.00 interurban lines through central Ken- To Be Made A Postal Savings Depository. For State and District Offices home. They handle the very latest 10 tucky, as the most economical as well For Calls, per line things and their goods are as fine as 10 as the most feasible way of crossing For Cards, per line Beginning October 18th the Lancas- can be bought in New York city and the Kentucky river. For all publications in the interter Postoffice is to be made a Postal prices cheaper. Drop in their store We agree with the Herald in its Savings Depository. est of individuals or expresthe first time you are in the city and statement in regard to this matter, sion of individual views, per This means that savings may be de- tell them you are from Garrard county 1 but the railroad people who own the posited at the local postoffice, tne pay- and Mr. Brower will take pleasure in line 5 old bridge have decided to dismantle it line Obituaries, per ment of which the faith of the United seeing yoa. and sell the material which was used States is solemnly pledged, together in its construction. They will after with what interest may accrue thereon. Democratic Ticket. Notice To Taxpayers. the old bridge is dismantled strengthen Accounts may be opened by any person the new one by means which were not over ten years of age, by a married The tax books for the city taxes are For Governor James B. McCreary. permissible during the life of the old woman without the same being under now in my hands, the taxes are due For Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott bridge. "Tis" an ill wind that blows the control of her husband, and the and the city needs the money. I will For Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. nobody good. Had the Traction people post office officials are required to be found at my office at any time durFor Auditor Public Accounts-Hen- ry been able to secure this bridge as sug maintain the same secrecy in regard to ing the day and would be glad to have M. Bosworth. gested by the Herald, it would have the deposits as they are in aegard to as many as possible to call and settle. For Secretary of State-- C. F. Crece- - considerably diminished Garrard countys the U. S. mail. Only individuals may Remember the penalty will go on Novlius. opportunity to secure the extension open accounts, no person's jointly, ember 1st. L. E. Herron, M. C. L. General James Garnett from Nicholasville, the prospects for corporations, firm or society may For Attorney which we consider more rosy now than maintain one of these accounts. There A Boisterous Convention. For State Superintendent of Schools ever before. Had they been able to is no cost attached to the opening or Barksdale Hamlett. Mr. John L. Dozier who only recentsecure this bridge, the chances are maintaining of a postal savings acFor Commissioner Agriculture J W. that the road would have been exten- count. No deposit of less than $1. ly moved into this county from Newman. Knox county, Ky. was deded into Harrodsburg or Danville, and will be received, nor may more than For Clerk Court of Appeals R. L. when it was built.into Lancaster, it $100. be deposited by one person with clared the republican nominee to be Greene. would be but a branch line. As the in a month; however, a stamp may be voted for at the november election to For Railroad Commissioner W. F. circumstances are at present, we still purchased for ten cents, when the represent Garrard county in tne next Klair. contend that we have "the only way". postmaster will furnish the purchaser Legislature. The convention was held For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. The capitalists are slow about mov- a card, and from time to time he may Saturday afternoou at the court house Representative John M. Farra ing in this matter.Jbut the project has affix stamps on this cards until he has and was largely attended. The only For not been abandoned, nor will it be, the nine when the card will be accepted by two candidates before the convention from Garrard Co. road will surely be built, and we be- the postmaster as a deposit of one dol- were Mr. J. F. Holtclaw of Lancaster, lieve Lancaster will get the main line, lar. The postmaster will furnish each a member of the Grocery firm of Ball ANNOUNCEMENTS ' but these people must take their time, depositor with a certificate of deposit & Holtzclaw and the nominee, Mr. Doz so let us not lose patience, but continue for each amount deposited, and he also ier. A more boisterous and noisy conFor Connty Judge. in our efforts to secure this road, and retains a duplicate of the certificate vention has not been witnessed in the when the time does come to act, let which the depositor is required to sign. Garrard county court house in many - We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- us be ready to act promptly and in a These certificaees are not transferable j ears. After the counters were apty Judge of Garrard County subject to manner that will tend to enhance the and are payable only to the person to pointed by the chairman and reported value of our territory as the most ad- whom they are issued. the action of the democratic party. the yote as counted for the respective vantageous in the eyes of the promotInterest is payable annually on all candidates as 78 for Holtzclaw and 79 We are authorized to announce ers as the proper route for the proposed deposits at the rate of 2 per cent Dozier, friends of Mr. Holtzclaw movJames A. Beazley as a candidate for road. per annum, interest to be computed on ed for a recount of the vote claiming County Judge of Garrard county, subthat the counters had not correctly reject to the action of the Democratic The Louisville Evening Post thought each saving certificate seperately, but ported or counted the vots. The interest will be paid on no certificate party. it could embarrass Edward J. McDer- where the money remains on deposit chairman refused to entertain the momott by asking him how he would" vote for only the fraction of a year. Inter- tion and Mr. Dozier was declared the For Sheriff. os presiding officer of the Senate if the est will continue to accrue on outstand- nominee. Many republicans were disWe are authorized to announce C. A. vote on the County Unit bill was a tie. ing certificates, regardless of time, gusted at what they called the "Steam Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of But Mr. McDermott is not a phrase-makin- they being valid until paid. roller methods" and left the convenGarrard County, subject to the action hair splitting dodging lawyer. Deposits, together with the interest tion before it was adjourned. It was of the Democratic party. In his speech at Columbia on Monday, accrued thereon may be withdrawn at commonly talked on the streets by the Holtzclaw republicans that their candiMr. McDermott answered Mr. Knott We are authorized to announce and pledged himself, in the event of a any time, as may any part thereof, date had a majority of the votes in the Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff tie, to obey the instructions of his upon surrender of the certificate prop- Convention aud that Mr. Dozier is not of Garrard county, subject to the ac- party, and cast his vote for the exten- erly endorsed. Adepositorwill be allowed to exchange eligible to the office for which he has tion of the democratic party. sion of the County unit He is always his deposits or any part thereof in been nominated, because he has not We are authorized to announce W. frank, truthful and sincere. The peo- sums of $20., $40., $60., $80. or $100. been a resident of this county the periL. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard ple can absolutely rely on any state- up to and including $500. into United od of time required by the constitution county, subject to the action of the ment he will make. His word is his States coupons or bonds, which bear of Kentucky. It is required that he be bond. democratic party. interest at the rate of 2 per cent a legal resident of the county one yerr said next preceding the November election. annum payable As the result of a raid made by post-offi- coupons redeemable at the pleasure It was charged against him by those Fer Assessor. inspectors who charge them with of the United States after one year opposing his nomination that he was a We are authorized to announce Dave operatingthe old 52per cent getrich quick from date of issue, such change to be resident of Knox county last November C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor scheme, Daniel N. Morgan, made under date of July or January and he will not have been a resident of county subject to the acdate of of Garrard of the United States, F. Tennyson 1st. Postal saving bonds are exempt Garrard county one year on-tof the democratic party. tion Neely, Jared Flagg and five of their as- from all taxation in any form either election. If such be the case he could sociates, including a clergyman, are in by the United States, state or munici- not hold the office were he to get the We are authorized to announce Mr. majority of the votes at the election. the Tombs prison in New York in de- pal. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the NomiHon John M. Farra, who was nomof bail ranging from from $10,000 fault Full information in regard to the nation of Assessor of Garrard County, to $25,000. Their scheme has been in necessary steps to take in order to be- inated in the recent democatic primary subject to the action of the democratic operation three years and they are al- come a depositor may be had .upon ap- has no taint upon his title to the nomiparty. nation of his party. He nas been a citleged to have harvested $1,500,000 from plication to the postmaster. We are authorized to announce J. B. it in that time. A great number of these postal de- izen of the county all off his life. It is Collier as a candidate for the nominaestablished well known to every one that he is honpositories have been tion for assessor of Garrard county, At Somerset a Casey county jury throughout the country in the last est and capable to perform well the subject to the action of the democratic found Fount Helton, charged with the year, and they have met with marked duties of the office for which he has party. murder of Squire Beatty at Burnside, success, especially are they acceptable the interest of Garrard county in his We are authorized to announce W. guilty and fixed his punishment at life to those who seek to save a little at a heart. "Take it from us'' when the L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- imprisonment in the penetentiary. On time, and who wish to make their de- returns come in on the evening of Novor of Garrard county subject to the the first ballot ten of the jury were for posits in amounts smaller than those ember 7th. 1911, the Hon. John M. the death penalty. Ellis who was usually accepted by the banking in- Farra will be our representative and action of the Democratic party. the good people will have one that they charged with the same offense as Hel- stitutions. should and will feel proud of and who ton, was last week given the extreme Fw Magistrate. penalty by a jury summoned from Lin- SOLICITORS FOR SUBSCRIBERS T0JTHE will do good work not only for this cornty but for the entire commonwealth coln county. Helton will be tried at We. are authorized to announce t of Kentucky, and Mr. Doziers eligibilithe next term of the Pulaski court for John N. White as a candidate for Stock For The Fair. Meeting With ty will not be in question. Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- the murder of Constable Heath. s Bar-boursvil- le, I AUNT SALLY'S CIRCUS By M. THE COMING PLOW. -- QUAD Copyright, 1010. erary Press. by Associated Lit- 1 MouSfiii Aunt Sally Davidson bad reached the age of sixty-fiv- e and was living with a married daughter. She was a little, brisk old lady, and the care of two squalling young uus and all the housework fell on her shoulders. She could walk a mile with any one, and the Monday washing was always out before noon. Aunt Sally was noted for her patience and good temper, but there came n day in this her old age to try her soul. A circus was coming to town, and to the utter amazement of her daughter, and all others she expressed a determination to be a. spectator. "Why, ma, you are a member of the -church!" exclaimed the daughter. "So I am, but don't members of the Jno. Deere Sulkey Plow. Call and let us show you its good features. church want to see a rhinoceros and Jno. Deere Steel, Oliver and Syracuse Walking Plows. See our line of giraffe?" "And your minister will preach stoves before buying. against the whole thing," added the son-in-law r' yTj son-in-la- The circus was a week away yet, and during that time the matter was brought up again and again, but Aunt Sally stuck to her resolution. The day of the circus came at last, aud after a hasty dinner Aunt Sally donned her sunbonnet and freshly ironed calico dress and hied her way to the circus grounds. One last appeal was made to her as she was ready to go. The daughter had a red flannel petticoat that had been worn only three winters. This was offered up as a sacrifice, but was rejected. and daughter were so angry, that they stayed at home. It was believed that Aunt Sally had borrowed the necessary half dollar somewhere, but in this they were mistaken. She was going without money and depending on Providence to see her through. We who have depended on the same thing know in advance what answer Aunt Sally got when she walked softly up to the ticket takers and, putting on her most winning smile, said: Son-in-law J. R. MOUNT, SON C& CO. rar THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORM ES, Vice J. F. Roriksox, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Em BUY, Drxk-Kfvie- r. Safety Samual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. "Will you please let n poor old wom- Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. II. Elliott. Directors. g, semi-annuall- y, ce he rard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Walton E. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Splendid Success. democratic party. The Reciprocity Treaty, the measure so ardently advocated by President Taft, and which was the occasion of the calling of an extra session of Congress, which was but recently closed, after having passed the treaty and given it the endorsement of this coun- Fire in Louisville Saturday night entailed a loss of nearly a half million dollars and cost the life of three members of the Salvage Corps, Virgil Ferguson. Joe Dial and Richard Hardiman who were caught under falling walls. The wholesale millinery store of David Baird & Sons., where the fire originated, was a total loss, and great damage was done to Cannon & Byers and the i The twenty seven gentlemen from the various precincts of this county who were appointed to solicit and receive try, has met overwhelming defeat at the hands of the Canadian people, overwhelmingly defeated, together with most of its advocates in their election held on September 21st The result of the electiou was 131 conservataives and 81 liberals, almost a complets reversal of the old regime in which the liberals had a majority of 43, whereas they now have a majority of 50 against them. This means the retirement of Sir, Wilfred Laurier, the "Grand Old Man" of Canada who for nearly two decades has guided the destinies of the Canadian provinces, and who was the leader and most ardent supporter of the reciprocity pact's endorsement in Canada, and which worked his undoing. The principal and most effective argument used to defeat Sir. Wilfred, his followers and the friends, of the treaty, was that it was but the initial step toward the annexation of Canada by the United States, the parting of the ways. This argument was used by the spellbinders with telling effect, it appealing Btrongly to the sentiment and patriotism of the masses, the result being a landslide against the ad- - stock subscriptions for the Garrard County Fair have been meeting with splendid success, and already have quite In a letter from Branch-lan- d, a snug sum toward the securing of the W. Va., Mrs. Elizadesired amount. beth Chapman says: "I We wish to urge upon those persons suffered from womanly Fairbanks-Mors- e Co. adjoining. The who have subscribed for stock and all troubles nearly five years. loss is largely covered by insurance, who are interested in this movement to All the doctors in the counbe sure to attend the meeting to be ty did me no good. I took Our new countyman, Mr. Dozier is held at the court house at 2 o'clock Cardui, and now I am enreported to be a good citizen, As to this Saturday afternoon, the thirtieth. tirely well. I feel like a his qualifications for the office of Business of importance will be transnew woman. Cardui saved we are not advised. If he acted, and it might be that the associamy lifel All who suffer knows the needs of this county, he has tion be finally formed'at that time. from womanly trouble been an apt student It seems that There has been a report in circulation should give Cardui a trial." our republican brethren should at least that the organization of this Fair Comhave found a nominee of whose eligibil- pany was for the purpose of selling a E61 ity to the office of representative, no certain piece of real estate. We wish question could have been raised. to say in .this respect that such a rumor is absurd, we are as thoroughly conver- Take On last Saturday P. C. Bearlace, a sant with the matter, from its incipien-cworkman of Cincinnati who was assistas any one, and we state positively ing in the.tearingdown of the old High that the movement was started solely Woman's Tonic bridge fell from the structure a distance for the purpose of having a Fair for 275 feet his body was literally plaster- ALL the Garrard county people. The of 50 years of proof have ed to an abutment extension forty feet management of the associations affairs convinced those who tested above the water, his remains being will be placed in the hands of the direcit, that Cardui quickly rescraped into a blanket by a rescuing tors, and those directors will be elected lieves aches and pains due party.by the stockholders, are their agents', to womanly weakness, and and every stockholder will have a say One day last week, Governor Willson as to where and what grounds, if any helps nature to build up and Lieutenant Goveonor Cox were out shall be purchased. Do'nt be led asweak women to health and of the State at the same time, but the tray by these idle and groundless strength. - Thousands of old Commonwealth did not seem to miss If you are interested in seeing women have found Cardui them. It is the hardest thing in the Garrard county hark back to the 'old to be a real life savers world to make a Republican office hold- time country fair, for all the people Why not test it for your er stay at his desk and earn his salary. and all their products, come in and help case?--Tak- e us, if not by taking stock, by your pres Cardui todayl- Judge- O'Rear will talk for hours ence, let us get together and push the the Constitution, but you could not matter along to a successful finish. -- Life Saver repre-sentita- ve spring, and when the performance was over she lingered and inspected the animals until turned out. On her arrival home she was met by sulky looks, but nothing dampened her happiness. She came near going over to the minister's to repeat some of tho clowiffi' jokes and ask where the wickedness came in, but had to be satisfied with saying to the daughter: "May, I want to go to heaven with the restof you, but as sure as you live If another circus comes along I'll attend it and have just as good a time as I did today!" Xext morning the early risers of tho village were treated to a rare spectacle. Aunt Sally was out on the grass in front of the house in scant attire turning handsprings or trying to. She made pretty fair work of It until her came out and carried her into the house, where she was given an awful lecture on the enormity of her offense, but she failed to realiz,' the enormity part. "Look here, now," she said in reply. j "I'm sixty-fiv- e years old, and I've got to keep iimuereu up to De worm any- thinjr around the house. We've got a ' lot of goose grease down cellar, and I'm going to rub myself all over and keep at this handspring busiuess. I'll soon be able to do more work." "I'll leave the house if you do!" threatened the "I'll send for the minister to talk to you!" added the daughter. "Children. I've got to limber up or my knees will soon be like sticks. I hain't doing nuthing to disgrace nobody, and I shan't stop for the minister. I wish 1 could borrow a bareback boss of somebody. I think I'll go over and ask Deacon Pcagram for his old gray mare." After breakfast off she went, and as she couldn't get the horse she came back home to arm herself with a clothes pole and attempt to walk the top rail of a six rail fence. She couldn't be carried in this time, and the ran for the parson. The good man left his sermon unwritten and came on the trot. . Aunt Sally waved her baud to him and fell off the fence and turned cart wheels around a large circle. Not until she was out of breath and had kicked her heels high in the air was she got into the house. Then the parson began to tell her how awful it was. but he had gone the wrong way about it. "If I can't go to heaven and the drills, too. then I'll keep up these tricks." aid Aunt Sally as she set her jaw. "But think of the wickedness! Will I go to heaven or not?" "You know what it says about the son-in-lasou-iu-lasou-in-law long?" She was, of course, laughed at and told to so hence. "Ilence" wasn't very far with her. Iu walking around the big tent she saw a boy crawl under the canvas, and she lost no time in following suit. She rose up among the benches and took a scat, and if any one ever enjoj-ea circus It surely was she. She didn't miss a handd an in to see the nnaconder forty feet B. F. HUDSON. President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. M CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. RlGNEY, SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., W W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. J. S. Prompt Attention. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. 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And although Aunt Sally quit her "Hmberness" she attended three more circuses before she died, and her tombstone bears the legend. "Gone to Her Reward." No Need To Stop Work. e repent of. "If you repent" "But I don't. I have done nothing to Drop A Letter In The Box 3hiT203f;: rumors. - a-b- 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. Thousands bless them for their glorious health and strength. Try them. satisfy. Every bottle is guaranteed Only 50c atR. E. McRoberts& Son. -- enclosing your check for millinery, dressmaking or household bills and rid your mind of worry. 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Having decided to leye herejjwill on SATURDAY, SEPT )TH, X911. ar one o'clock, at myplaee, about one half mile from MaTrksbury known as Burdett knobbs, self'tne following prop t erty to wit; p 128 acres ofTand for rent, 100 barrels of corn, 3 milchcows, 3 head of horses, 25 sheefy lVhead of hogs, 5 head of nice yearling calves, household and kitchen fnrniture. .Terms nnade known on day of sale. L KELLEY HOGG, Marksbury, Ky. Am Bourne, Auct. Oriental By EUNICE IDA BLAKE Asso1911. Copyright by American Press ciation, suffers. You can tell it is kidney trouble if the secretions are dark colored, con tain sediment; the passages are too frequent or scanty. Then help the weakened kidneys. Tney can't get well alone. Doan's Kidney Pills have brought sound backs and new life and strength to thousands of suffering women. They are enforced by thousands endorsed at home Read this Lancaster woman's convincing statement: Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St., Lancas ter, Ky., says: "I never fail to praise Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity. I have never been without a supply of this remedy in the house for years and whenever my back becomes lame and painful, a few doses always bring prompt relief. For sometime I suffered from kidney trouble. The kidney secretions were unnatural and I knew that my kidneys were dis ordered. At that time it was my good fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney Pills and I procured a supply at Frisbie's Drug Store. Through their use my kidneys were restored to a normal condition." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, n cents New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Foster-Milbur1-- m MARKSBUKi. Mr. Billy Hughes of Lancaster, has been visiting relatives at this place. Allie V. the infant of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Marsee has been ill for several days. Messrs White and Tom Marcee have recovered from an attack of typhoid I am the wife of a United States army officer and have lived a good deal of my time on the Pacific slope, where the only servants to be bad are Chi nese. There is no doubt but the Chi nese make very good servants if they regularly and have it tested wish to be good, but If they ujfer to monthly, if possible, by the k be bad they can excel at that too. test. I married in the infantry and went Use only a pure bred bull of a out with my husband to a station strictly dairy breed and from the where the Chinese were as thick as kind of cow you wish to raise. blackberries. I had the pride natural Raise the heifer calves from to a bride of showing how well I the best cows with great care. could keep house and appreciated the Feed your cows silage, clover, importance of winning the confidence cowpeas or alfalfa hay and oue of my servants, or, rather, at that pound grain to three pounds time my servant, for the wife of a milk produced. second lieutenant neither she nor he: husband having anything but his pay-- is not supposed to keep more than one. Mv first Chinese servant was Ti RAISING HOTHOUSE LAMBS. Wang. Ti was the smoothest, softest tongued rascal I ever met. He had Interesting Experience of a Shepherd enough duplicity in him for an eightWith Cross Bred Sheep. eenth century European diplomat. To For our first venture In breeding hothim words were indeed inteuded to house lambs we bought ten Dorset conceal ideas. ewes and a buck, writes a Maine farm"You velly young wife," he said to er in the New England Homestead. As me. "You want velly good Chinaman these sheep were quite costly, wo supfor cook. Muchy Chinamen velly bad. plemented them with a flock of ShropTi feel solly for Melican lady. Ti ho shire ewes, crossing these with tho good cook." Dorset buck and reserving the ewe All this was spoken with a look of lambs for breeders, continuing this commiseration for a young thing like practice until we had a flock of pure myself that to one familiar wlththe bred and high grade sheep sufficient man from the Flowery Kingdom would for our wants. We disposed of all the have boded no good. I did not doubt Shropshire ewes and the half bloods, that my servant would be a great as they were not sure enough early comfort to me. It was not long be- breeders. fore his true inwardness showed itTo show that it was not all smooth self. He first made an excuse of hav- sailing we will mention that nine of ing a sick brother who couldn't washy-wash- y the Dorset ewes of our first flock, to provide for to wheedle me from one cause or another, sometimes out of a month's wages in advance. seemingly from no cause at all, died Then he surreptitiously removed un- natural deaths. Tlio tenth one lived to der his capacious coat and ample be old and was sold with a nice lamb sleeves all the staple kitchen provi- by her side. In the light of subsesions I had bought to last several quent events we concluded she was a months. Tea, coffee, sugar and spices grade, although she came to us with disappeared like magic. Then, having registry papers apparently all correct, received an offer of better wages than but some of her descendants in the I was giving him, he took himself off without so much as saying he was one-thir- d Bab-coc- On the recent trip which the Missouri Agriculiural college special train made over the state cards were distributed giving the following six essentials for improvements in dairy farming: Feed your cows liberally enough to allow the good ones to show up. Cut out those that do not make a profit and keep the best. At least of the cows in Missouri are unprofitable. Weigh the milk of each cow Public Sale. Having sold my farm, I will on WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4TH. 1911. at 9 a. m. at the Wallace Old Stone Mill place, on Paint Lick Creek, 2i 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 15J hands, by Hubble Starlight; One G year old Tennessee Jack; One 5 year old Jennet 152 hands; One 4 year old Jennet 15$ hands; One 6 year old Jennet 14 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. N. W. ROGERS. Am Bourne, Auc. Paint Lick Ky. two-horse Attention Ladies See our NEW FALL Line of FINE FOOTWEAR made by the SHELBY SHOE CO. All the New Shades in Velvets and Tans. Up - To - Date Toes and Lasts. None Better, Few As Good. n Let us sell you your FALL SHOES, Quality and Style considered, we will save you money. fever. The Misses Hagin of Richmond have just concluded a visit to Mrs. C. C. Cable. Miss Nora Clark of Lancaster, has been visiting her brother Mr. Robert Clark. Mrs. Speaks of Bakers City, Oregan has been visiting relatives in this vicinity. Miss Kay Jenkins and little John Gallaher were in Louisville first part of the.week. Mr. Wille Speaks and children of Highland have been visiting relative in this vicinity. Mr. Fogleman of Tennessee is the guest of Mr. Trumbo at Camp Robinson for a few days. Mr. Bob Huffman and family of Lexington were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles Poindexter. Mrs. B. K. Swope is spending several days with her daughter Mrs. Wilford Dye of Middleburgh. Mrs. John Simpson and daughter Miss Elizabeth who have been' sick have about recovered. Mr. Simeon Johnson and wife of Burgin were guests last Wednesday of Mrs. Margaret Sutton. Mrs. Mattie J. Dawes and daughter Amy of Georgetown have been visiting Mr. C. M. Jenkins and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mote Robinson attended the family reunion held at Club House near Clifton a good dinner was served and all present enjoyed the day. Miss Mary Chesnut will leave in a few days to make an extended visit to her sister Mrs. Charles Burdette of Oklahoma. Mrs. Maggie Grimes received a very serious wound across her forehead one day last week by falling. Several stitches were taken. Rev. William Anderson and family of Birmingham who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kemper have returned to their home. The Ladies Working Society will give a silver tea, Friday afternoon of this week at the parsonage hours from 3 to 6 p. m. everybody invited to come. Mr. Smith Urton who formerly lived here as a tenant on the farm of T. I. Herring has recently inherited $10,000 from a deceased brother of California. There were 5 brothers who received equal shares from the estate of $50,000 Miss Margaret O'Hearn who is teaching school at Mason school house dismissed school last week on account of a lame foot which she had the misfortune to scald sometime ago. She was able to resume her duties Monday morning. Eczema Cure A Beauty Wash. 2 . : 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, Ec.child. Get a 25c bottle today and keep it zema, Cuts, Bruises, Swellings, Corns in" the house. For sale by R. E. Mc-- I and Piles like magic, . Only 25c at R. Roberts & Son. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m Although D. D. D. Prescription has been recognized for years as the one remedy for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other forms of skin disease, it is now known that there is no other wash, even those used by the beauty specialists, that can compare with this mild liquid for cleansing the skin of pimples, blackheads, rash, and all similar skin affections. For this reason alone, a bottle of D. D. D. should be kept on hand in every household. A trial 25c bottle will show you the merits of this great remedy as a complexion wash. D. D. D. seems to remove the cause, whatever the trouble may be, cleansing the skin, and leaving it as soft,' as smooth and clear as that of a healthy awhile when her regular servant was She told me she would miner have Charlie than the other. I had no fault to find with Charlie except that he stayed with me but a day. He didn't stay long enough to ask for any wages, and since experience had taught me not to pay Chinamen in ad&K2SaS?33 vance he didn't get any. ?jts2i2'nL : servants were passing After this through my kitchen, none staying with me more than a week. In vain I reTor the last century the sheep of fused to engage one unless he would Suasex have been justly famed for agree to stay a month. Something their ability as mutton producers. The short herbage of the chalk hills must be scaring them away. I didn't evolved a hardy, muscular animal see how they could see anything in a that responded so kindly to artifiyoung woman of nineteen to frighten cial encouragement that theirs liaa them, and I was the only person with been the premier place la i'niished competition. The breed did llself whom they came in contact. One of JuGtlce in last ytat's shotvs. them, who was about to depart after i full pure urea souinaown nerewnn ino three days of service, I asked why ha illustrated, shows the rugged, full left. meated type of sheep for which the breed is noted. "You get Melican cook. Chinaman not velly good in this house." "Why not?" generation failed to develop "Donno. Chinaman won't stay third Be horns. that as it may, she was the here." s best and most profitable of the "Why do you go so soon after comwe bought. ing?' The same holds true of the sheep we "I am velly well." bred ourselves. The ewes descending He did not seem to care whether havShropshire I believed him or not. Indeed, he knew from the continually stock, after Doring been crossed with he was lying, and I knew it too. However, I had had such bad luck with set bucks until they carried but a Chinese servants and there were no Bmall fraction of Shropshire blood, others to be had that I made up my were hardier than the pure Dorset mind to do my own cooking for awhile. stock, bred just as early, and were as Meanwhile my husband, who had good milkers. This last is high praise, been making inquiries for me as to for Dorset ewes are great producers servants from brother officers' wives, of milk. The Dorset Iambs are a bit too long began to bo considerably vexed that I could not keep any of them. There in the legs and not as plump" In the was uo such loss of servants among body as is desirable, so we have disthose who sent me mine, and it ap- carded Dorset rams and substituted peared that I must either be too ex- Southdown bucks, giving lambs of acting or have a frightful temper or Ideal form combined with the great some other blemish that prevented a milking qualities of the Dorset ewes. servant from working for me, whereas the truth was that after the earlier Windows In Horse Stable. ones left I simply gave up everything The windows in a horse stable should to those who came later, granting all be so arranged that the horses are not requests and opposing them in noth- required to stand for hours with the ing. I didn't even dare criticise the full glare of the sunlight in their eyes. cooking of a single dish. The first tiff Preferably they should be in the I had with my husband was when he south wall, but not if the stable has ventured to remark that perhaps I been so arranged that a row of stalls didn't give them quite free rein faces directly on the south wall. In enough. I resented the imputation laying out a stable it is well to keep with a fervor that sent him off to the this fact in mind and so plan the arofficers' club and prevented his ever rangement of stalls that the horses making any such suggestion in future. will stand tall to or side to the south. One day I put the tin bread box out Then that wall may carry 'enough winIn the sun, turning it up on its side dows to light practically the entire and exposing the bottom. I was sur- building. It is best that light entering prised to see Ghincse characters on it. a stable should fall on the horses from I wondered what they meant When the rear. a woman begins to wonder what is the meaning of anything it Is preparatory Cows on Grass. to making plans to find out. I called During no time of the year is a vathe servant of my next door neighbor, riety of feed so important as spring. who was beating a rug, to come over It is true that grass Is nature's own Jtnd translate the characters. He did food, but it Is too great a contrast so as follows: from the dry feed fed during the win"This Is a very bad woman. She ter. Dry feeds should be continued doesn't pay the servants' wages and through May and June to make gives no extras." changes gradual. That smooth tongued villain Ti Wang, who had pitied my youth and Fat Content of Milk. Inexperience and had robbed me beThe percentage of fat in the cow's side, had chalked a notice on the bread box warning all other servants milk is determined by two things-fir- st, the breed and, second, the indiagainst me. I- - waited patiently till my viduality. The milk flow may be stimhusband came ik from his duties and, showing him thecbaracters on the bot- ulated by feed, but the fat content tom of the box, banded him a transla- cannot be affected under normal ill. Dor-Eet- going. My next servant was Charlie Li. Why so many Chinese are called Char-H- e I don't know, though Li is an appropriate name for them. Charlie was recommended by the major's wife, who had him in her kitchen for H. T. LOGAN. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer i Otlice Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. Prospective Home Furnishers Are Assured at this Store of as Wide A Range For Selection and Considerably Lower Prices on Dependable Merchandise Than May Be Obtained in the Stores of Larger Cities. 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Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50c atR. E. McRoberts & Son. 'When your dpctor orders you to, stop work, it staggers you. "I can't you Q. F. I Brower .- & Go, COMPLETE ROUSEFURNISHERS. Lexington, Kentucky Main at Broadway, L - v. -, k ;v ' Gossip About People n N ve MISS ARNOLD will show exclusive and A Brief Mention of the Coming Goings by Those We Arc Interested In. 'Miss Edna Kavanaugh is in Richmond Visiting relatives. Miss Rella Arnold has returned from a short stay in Cincinnati. Mr. Joe Rice of Arizona is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J ack Adams. Mrs. T. B. Walker is at home after a visit to Nicholasville relatives. Miss Annell Tomlinson is at home after a pleasant visit to Lexington. Mr. W. A. Arnold left Wednesday FALL and WINTER MILLINERY SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th, 1911. for a prospecting trip to Texas. Miss Mabel Browning of Winchester is the gnest of Mrs. Ethel Darnold. Rev 0. P. Bush has returned from Frankfort where he held a revival. Miss Pattie Weekley of Shelbyville is visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines. Mrs. Chas. Rice of Atlanta Illinois is the guest of Mrs. James P. Prather, Mrs. R. E. Hughes and little daughter are here for a stay with relatives. Mrs. F, S. Hughes and little son are in Danville visiting Mrs. Banks Hudson Mr. J. B. Bourne is in Livingston visiting his daughter Mrs. Fred Neighbors Mra. Charlotte Warren and daughter have been guests of Miss Jennie Duncan. Misses Katie Simpson and Elizabeth Collier were visitors in Danville Saturday. Mrs. Hilda Oliver and children of Mobile Ala, are visiting Mrs. Jas Mc-Carle- Also a nice line of Tailored Hats. T Who isDave Dave is the only man that handles RED STAR y. Miss May Powell has been in Richmond visiting her aunt Mrs. W. T. Master Claude Rice Gaines celebrated J. B, HAGG1N birthday on Wednesday by a birthday party given to some 10 or 12 United With Tobacco People In Effort To of his friends. The hours were from 3 Effect to 5. Dainty refreshments made the occasion a happy one. Mr. James B. Haggin of New York, millionaire Sandidge, Hon. C. H. "Master Of Elmdorf", Judge W. P. Rodes, Messrs. W. W. Wiseman and farmer, turfmen and dairyman has Guy Wiseman motored over to Lancas- cast his lot with the Burley Tobacco ter yesterday afternoon to pay their Society, and has signed a contract with respects to Judge L. L. Walker, who that society which will insure his in the future, and, hearty is quite ill. Danville Advocate. which it is thought will insure the success of the new "ten year pool" prop The contract entered into by osition the Burley people is in behalf of the CORN SILAGE FOR white burley tobacco raisers of three states, Indiana, Ohio and Tennessee, BEEF PRODUCTION. and it is thought will mean the pooling of this years crop, this matter however is not definitly settled, norwill it be until the regular meeting of the District The Indiana experiment station has Board of the Society in October. One dono considerable work during recent of the provisos of the contract is that years with the feeding of silage to beef a manufactory be built in Lexington in cattle. In one test it was found that which ten per cent of the pooled crop the corn brought G cents per bushel is to be manufactured each year, the more when fed with silage and clover remainder of the pooled crop to be sold hay than when no silage was used. on the open market. In a later test it was found that silage As a result of the closing of the fed steers gained during a six months' negotiations a committee was appointperiod an average of thirty-nin- e ed to arrange the necessary details repounds more per head than cattle of lative to securing the pooling contracts the same qualiry which were given no the pledges, which were read and adsilage In the ration. It was also figured opted by the Board of Control, were that the cost of gains was $1 per hun- ordered to be printed and ready for dredweight less with silage than with- distribution among the growers by out. Officers of the Burley In a third test mnde at the Indiana October 1st Society are jubilant over the out come station, where four lots of steers each of the negotiations and are firm in their belief that the growers of white ivVXT,J' arrrf4rmrrfrWtt,ji burley will take kindly to the new pooling pledge. We print herewith the Landlord's Ten Year Pooling Contract, which is subject however to some minor changes at the hands of the committee which has it in charge "Below follows the Landlord's Pooling Contract for subject to such minor changes as may be agreed upon by the committee before named, together with Mr. James B. Haggin. fa's 6th V7" :- Short. Miss Mary Arnold left Tuesday to enter the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. Mrs. John M. Logan, of New York City, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hugh T. Logan. COAL IN LANCASTER. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. s.- Pure bred Ilerefords aro second in only to the Shorthorns, but they exist In the rane country of the west In the greatest numbers and are comparatively scarce, eastward. In weight Ilerefords almost equal Shorthorn?. However, they are shorter of leg and have great numbcr-- i James B. Kinnaird and Emma Higginbotham were in Danville Tuesday. Mrs. Joanna Ball is in Stanford visiting her daughter Mrs. Ernest Bohon Mesdames Campbell. j: y tifMigMppp.rfraarmjfti. riMMMi.(MrMjMp. c H m m GO TO THE Creamery - FOR n L IJ u COAL "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige Cannel." Each the best in its Class. H. V. M BASTIN. p AND - l! li WmMfMvMMMilm WMMM!PMWM5M BrnmimmMmmmj mmmimmmBimm ll SCHOOL BOOKS I School Supplies. r CASH ON LY. McRoberts Drug Store - i l- J ! ! A FULL LINE OF BLUE AND WHITE r Enamelware just received. Prices lower then ever before. GIVE US A CALL. I L. G. DAVIDSON t Mesdames Alex West and Henly V. Bastin have been visiting friends in were fed six months, it was found Lexington. that the largest prollts were made on Miss Bessie Brown of Madison Insti a daily ration per steer consisting of tute spent Saturday and Sunday with corn, 15.8 pounds; cottonseed meal, 3 pounds, and silage, 20.5 pounds. On her parents. this ration the cost of producing 100 J. W. Sweeney and daughter Martha pounds of gain was $7.41 as compared Ward were visitors in Lexington the with $S.9S for a similar lot of steers past week. fed a daily ration consisting of corn, 17.4 pounds, cottonseed meal, 3 pounds, Mrs. W. B. Lackey is at home from ana" clover hay, 0.3 pounds. While a stay of several months with her sons larger gains were made by making in Kansas City. silage the only roughage fed, still thn Misses Pauline and Margaret Hocker Indiana experimenters are of the opinof Stanford are visiting their aunt Mrs. ion that it Is best to feed some hay with silage. In one test at the Ohio Mattie Duncan. experiment station It was shown that George Walker has returned to Win- - the feeding of silage reduced the cost nsborough S. Carolina where he enter- of producing gains $1.17 per hundredweight, making the profits $3.97 per ed Military school. steer with silage and $3.99 per steer Misses Mattie and Ruth Arnold are without silage. guests of their sisters Mrs. J. B. SanWhile but comparatively few tests have been made throughout the counders of Richmond. try in which silage has been used for Dr. and Mrs. Staughton leave Sun- beef cattle, the results to date are faday for their home in Covington after a vorable both as to daily gains, cost of visit to friends here. gains and profits. There has been a prevailing notion that cattle which Mrs. 0. P. Bush and little son have have been fattened by the use of sireturned from a visit to Mrs. Emma lage would dress a lower percentage Bush in Richmond. and that the beef would be more Mrs. Cecil Arnold and daughter of watery and less valuable on that acseem to be Wichita Kansas have been guests of count. But this does not equal, cattle true. Other things being Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hudson. which show the highest condition of Misses Margaret and Joan Mount en- flesh dress a higher percentage, and if tertained Wednesday afternoon in hon- the gains can be increased by the use of silage it is reasonable to expect a or of Miss Murray of Cincinnati. higher dressing. Breeder's Gazette. Mrs. George Miller Lusk is at home from a protracted visit to her sister Weight of the Draft Horse. Mrs. R. E. Hughes of Louisville. With draft horses it is not a question height, but of weight. Animal husMr3. Emma P. Grant and daughter of bandmen at the Illinois station say Miss Lily Dale Grant are visiting relathat the nearer thes ground the draft tives in Crab Orchard and Stanford. horse is the better both for service and Mr. and Mrs. John La Ginate have endurance. To be classed with draft horses an returned to New Orleans after a Bhort animal must weighnot less than 1,500 Wher-rit- t. stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. pounds and be good in flesh. He is all the more valuable if he weighs 1,800 to 2,000. He cannot be too heavy if Mr. John Paul Miller who has been in Philadelphia for some time here for his bone corresponds with his weight. blocky, made with heavy a visit to his parents Mr. and Mrs. J. He should be smooth; short in the bone, though W . Miller. back, close coupled, with heavy loin; Dr. and Mrs. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. J. rounded hips, wide, strong hock, flat B. Sanders of Richmond were called to bone, moderately short pasterns, meLancaster by the death of Mr. and Mrs, dium straight shoulders, heavy in front with full breast, with legs well Wm. Leavell's little son. apart, though not extremely wide. Mrs L. N. Miller who has been at The animal should carry a good- - cove the of her mother, in Rich- ering of flesh, be smooth finished all mond, has. returned home, her mother over and manifest a gentle disposition. Accordingly he should show a mild, being very much better. bright eye erect ear and a smooth, Mrs. S. P. Grant and daughter of easy action at the trot. Because it is Danville and Mrs. J. McCloskey Blaney easier to secure weight in fat than and children of St Louis were recent bone care should be taken to insure heavy bone In extreme weights, but guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price. this should not be done at the expense Mrs. Mary Woodcock of Cal., and of fair finish. Mrs. Robert Salter and little daughter of Danville were entertained Friday at Pasture the Pigs. The pig that has been supplied with a six oclock dinner by Mrs. M. D. an abundance of pasture and a small Hughes. grain ration during the summer Mrs. Isabelle Atershon has returned should weigh from 450 to 175 pounds to her home in Texas, after spending by the latter part of September. , A the summer with her sisters Miss Mar- short period of heavy feeding will garet Patterson and Mrs. George finish them for market at 200 to 275 pounds In weight. Pork grown In Brown. this way will yield far more profit Mrs. B. F. Walters was hostess at a than where the process is strung out course dinner Saturday the honor guests longer and the hogs are finished to being Mrs. Mary Woodcock of Califorheavier weights. The cheapest gains nia and Mrs. Robert Salter and little are always made while the pig is young. It is poor policy to starve and daughter of Danville. stunt a pig during the first few The Misses Kinnaird gave an elegant months, expecting to make it up by dinner Saturday in honor of Mrs. Wm. heavy feeding later. The 100 pound Cecil and daughter, Mrs. James Kin- pig. makes gains 20 per cent cheaper naird, .and Misa Dove Harris, of Dan- than the" 200 pound pig" if equally ville and Mrs'. W. A Arnold of this city thrifty. Live Btocfe Reporter.. bed-sid- pacity and having a vigorous constitution, Ilerefords aie desert edly popular with western beef producers. On tho other hand, their early maturity, uniformity of type and beefmaklng ability make Ilerefords popular with cattle feeders In the corn belt and eastward. Width. Broad, bloclty and deep, well rounded, with great chest ca- the undersigned hereby agrees to pay ant may sool his tobaceo any time" to said Society as liquidated damages, prior to the division with the landlord 20 per cent of the value of said tobacco and that the tenant may or may not in for the benefit of the members of said his own discretion take stock in the Society, but this shall not be construed Burley Tobacco Company not to exas a waiver of the right of said agent ceed in amount 50 per cent of the toto enforce this contract or to enjoin its bacco pooled by him. breach in equity. "The Board of Directors of the Burley Tobacco Society shall dissolve the I Y0UUF1ND IT IN THIS COLUMN, pool in any year provided in interest of those who were members V. in the preceding year and are still members in the year in which the vote Seed Rye for sale. Sam Cotton. is taken vote accordingly, the proper-tionat- e For Rent Six up stairs rooms. interest of each voter to be by the quantity of tobacco determined W. C. Davis. which he may have grown and deliverFor Sale 200 good tobacco sticks ed to the pool in the preceding year. Call this office. "The Board of Directors may in any Recleaned seed rye and seed wheat year order and provide for such election to be held at the time of the an- for sale. Hudson & Hughes. Phone 26 nual precinct election, or shall do upon of the For Sale Hill onions sets, hill the written demand of onions and white clover honey. members of the Society; said demand Walton E. Moss. Phone 354F to be made by written notice to the annual Society thirty days before the For Rent My house on Lexington precinct election. Avenue adjoining the one in which I "Should the undersigned make a live. Mrs. Sdsan Fisher. bona fide sale of any farm or farms Display of fall millinary Sep, pooled under this pledge, or should the pass from him by descent The public is cordially invited. title thereto Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. or devise, then and in that event this contract shall be cancelled on the first Bargain-- 12 H. P. F003 gasoline enday of January, following the sale, or gine; replaced by Electric Motor. change of ownership by descent or deP. O. Box 353, Danville, Ky. vise as to any tobacco grown on such farm or farms after such date; but the For Sale purchaser, or heir or devises of such 38J acres of land, well improved on farm or farms shall have the option to pike, two miles from Lancaster, well become a party to this contract and to watered. Price right, call on James P. comply with and to carry out its terms Bourne, Lajcaster, Ky. and conditions the exercise of which option shall be indicated by him on or For SALE-B- ay poney 13 hands high, January 1st, not afraid of automobiles before such date, and gentle by endorsing his signature to this for children and women to drive. Call pledge; but before a purchaser can ex- at Henry Duncan's Barber shop. ercise such option the vender must in For Sale An ideal home in Standicate his assent thereto by his signaford, house .contains six rooms and bath ture endorsed on this contract. "If he does not consent to the exer- garden, fruit trees, barn, hen house, cise of such option by the purchaser, and coal house. As I desire to go West the vender shall have the right to sub- will sell at a bargain if sold at once. POOLING CONTRACT stitute in the pool in lieu of the land Call on or write A. E. Patterson, StanLANDLORD 4911-192Crops, sold by him, an approximately equal ford, Ky. "Book No. Pledge No. County number of acres of land, but his desire -- 1911. For Sale. Ky,to make such substitution must be in-- 1 "This contract made this day January 1st, foldicated on or before A large two story frame house, with lowing the sale of his pooled land by a 8 rooms and large hall, on Stanford "This in consideration of the benewritten endorsement signed by him on street, near the public square. This fits to be derived herefrom by the the back of this pledge, which endorse- property is in good repair and can be parties hereto, and that this contract ment shall describe the land substitut- used for a residence, a hotel, a boardis made by the undersigned and acing house or a restaurant, and can be ed. cepted by the hereinafter named Board is further understood and agreed bought for a fair price. "It of Control and Burley Tobacco Society, R. E. McRoberts. 2t the pool will be closed on or becon- that as a mutual contract with other fore December 31st, 1911, in the discretracts of like import, taken, and to be tion of the District Board, and that Seed Wheat For Sale. taken and entered into by and with no new members can be ad100 bushels of no 1 seed wheat for many other growers of tobacco, which thereafter mitted, but the District Board of the sale also 200 bushels of onions. B. F. are of mutal benefit to all, the underBurley lobacco society at their regu- Robinson. Phone 363 B. signed grower of tobacco owning and lar annual meeting in October of each expecting to own Burley tobacco of year, by vote, may open the For Rent. the 1911 to 1920 crops inclusive, grown books of the Society for the admission House and lot on Hill Court, location and to be grown on his farm, containof new members, such admission to be plenty ing acres (the usual crop of fruit and two gardens. Deupon such terms and conditions as the sire either a man and wife, or small grown on this land is acres) , Board may prescribe. The time for family, who will board my mother. on the bounded on the north by closing the books for the admission of -- , on the east by- Phone No. 368 G. Mrs. Bright Herring. south by new members shall be left to the disin and on the west by cretion of the Board. County, Kentucky, hereby constitute "It is distinctly agreed that the Private Sale. County and appoint the earnings, income and surplus made by Board of Control and Burley Tobacco As agent for the Heirs of J. M. Higthe Burley Tobacco Company upon the Society, corporations under the laws 1909 crop shall belong to the members ginbotham, decsased. I ofFer for sale of Kentucky, as sole agents for the of the 1909 pool and that the Board of privately the Old Higginbotham Farm purpose of receiving, commingling, Directors of the Burley Tobacco So- containing 374.14 acres. handling, warehousing, inspecting, inciety may invest the same for their 13milesS. E. of Lancaster, Ky., 2 miles suring, grading, financing and selling benefit in the discretion of said Board. of turnpike. This is one of the best of all of the said tobacco in "The undersigned futher agrees to stock farms in that part of the county. such manner and on such terms as said leave his stock in the Burley Tobacco J. C. Ballard who lives on the place Burley Tobacco Society may prescribe Company and to vote same so as to will show it to any one that wishes to pursuant to its Charter and G. T. Higginbotham, look at it. continue that Company. and for such purpose hereby transfer Agent. agrees "The undersigned further and assign to and invest in said agent Board of Directors of the Bur that the the title and right of possession to said ley Tobacco Society may handle and tobacco pursuant to its Charter and manage said Burley Tobacco Company, as said Society may desigor any other Company in which the nate; provided the undersigned shall proceeds of his tobacco is invested, as receive from the sale of said tobacco provided by this contaact, as in their when sold the net average general price judgement it is best. obtained by it for like grades of to,"As stated before, the pool is closed bacco. on or before December 31st, 1911, that "The tobacco pooled above being of all the tobacco grown on is, so far as landlords are concerned the land above described, as well as all and it is further understood and agreed 1m si land owned by the undersigned in the that any tenant or tenants growing to fefi& 5 State of Kentucky with the exception bacco on the pooled farm shall have W1 the right to pool any crop or crops in of partnership or joint ownership land. "The undersigned further subscribes any year prior to a division thereof, if for shares of the capital stock to the he or they may so desire, and it is left amount equal to not less than 20 per optional with said tenant as to whether Comcent nor more than 50 per cent of the or nat he will take stock in such I asked Molly how it is that when he desires, to gross sales of the tabacco hereby pany, but he can do so if folks marry without a cent in their pledged, in the Burley Tobacco Com- an extent not to exceed fifty per cent pockets, nor a friend, nor pedigree, pany, incorparated, or some other com- of the tobacco he pools; but in the they generally make a big success of it crop or pany to be incorporated, to be left to event the undersigned has a But Molly says that's a Heaven made crops of tobacco upon pooled land, in the decision of the District Board of match, just like the Lord started Adam is, to the the Burley Tobacco Society prior to which he has no tenant, he per cent and Eve. If you wish to be pleased extent of the remaining fifty your fall hat see the display at R. October 1st, 1912; the stock subscribed provided with by him being per cent of the of the crop not hereinbefore S. Brown's Saturday Sept, 30th. of. a tenant gross sale of his tobacco and in case of for, to have the privileges in pooling same. the failure of the undersigned to indi- t two-thir- D one-four- th 30-19- to-w- it, Ten-Ye- ar 1911-192- 0, TEN-YEA- R 0, -- wit-nesset- h: 9-- two-thir- ds one-ha- lf By-Law- s, By-Law- s, one-ha- lf Wc POINTERS BETSY'S "iTliir llll8B5cj?Ms MVSkq. (l cate at the time of the signing of this pledge the amount of stock subscribed for by him, his signature to this contract shall be construed on a subscription to said stock to an amount equal to 20 per cent of the gross of his tobacco; or we authorize the Burley Tobacco Society to deliver to said company the said per cent of the tobacco hereby agreed upon without selling same, if in their judgment they think best, but, in this event the Executive Board must at such time as in its discretion is for the best interest of the poolers, fix the value of said tobacco, so that stockholders will know their interest in the Company; and the Company shall issue to the undersigned a sufficient number of shares of its capital stock to represenfthe value fixed on said tobacco; and in case the tobacco is sold, the undersigned authorizes the Burley Tobacco Society to pay for said stock out of the proceeds of said tobacco when sold, the shares of Baid stock to be issued to the undersigned. "No fractional shares of said stock shall be issued." "The undersigned by reason of this contract becomes, and is entitled to all the privileges of a member of the said Burley Tobacco Society. t "Upon his failure to comply with terms and conditions of the contract, PLEDGE OF SIGNER'S STOCK. MERCER CO, FARMS. rived therefrom by the parties hereto 241 acres near Burgin at $65. and that this contract is made by the 104 acres near Burgin at $135. undersigned and accepted by the Bur175 acres 2 mi Burgin at $100. ley Tobacco Company and the Burley 135 acres near Burgin at $110. Tobacco Society, as a mutual contract 98 acres 3 mi Burgin $5000. with other contracts of like import, 113 acres near Burgin at $78. taken, and to be taken and entered 485 acres 7 mi Harrodsburg at $65. into by and with many other owners of 210 acres near railroad station at $60. stock in the Burley Tobacco Company, 280 acres near railroad station at $55. which are of mutual benefit to all, the 191 acres near railroad station at $65. undersigned hereby agrees to leave his 130 acres near Harrodsburg at $90. stock in the Burley Tobacco Company 313 acres model farm at $85. and to vote same as to continue said 140 acres fine farm at $75. Company and further authorizes the 258 acres farm 2 houses at $60. Board of Directors of said Company to 272 acres at railroad station 2 houses invest his proportionate part of the in- at $86. come, earnings and surplus, made by 216 acres 2 miles or railroad station the Company, by the handling, sale $7500. and management of the 1909 crop for 133 "acres model farm at $100. the benefit of the undersigned in the 234 acres near Springfield at $65. discretion of the Board. 170 acres near Springfield at $55. "The solicitors has no authority to 145 acres 6 miles Danville $12000. change in any way the terms of this 645 acres Breckenridge' Co tobacco contract." farm at $15. 'The tenants pooling contract in pro218 acres Casey Co improved-farcess of drafting provides that the ten- - providing that the signer's stock remain in the Burley Tobacco Company, follows: "Not caring to pool my tobacco any longer and appreciating the benefits derived from the former pool, now. in consideration of the benefits to be deThe pledge SPLENDID FARMS. For Sale By Estate Agency Harrodsburg, Ky. W. T. EwingReal J " - " - vr Jffp3L' 1&lz3S& n $150.00 GIVEN FREE Smitii. CI Two-Hor- se BY lt - Prizes-On- e Wagon and Harness Value $100. 2nd Prize $25. Cash in Standard Make Studebaker Gold. 3rd Prize $15.00 Cash in Gold. 4th Prize $10.00 cash in Gold. In order to stimutate and encourage Cash Sales, I have inaugurated this drawing contest and will give away the above mentioned prizes. We will commence issireing tickets on Saturday, Sept 30th, 1911 with every Dollar CASH spent in our store and will continue issueing tickets until December 15th, 1911, when the prizes will be given away in front of our store at 2 o'clock p. m Wagon and Harness on display at my store. You must be present at drawing to receive any consideration. Don't fail to get Tickets When Making Purchases. Jas. W. Smith, House of Quality HUENA Lancaster, Kentucky. i This Wagon was Purchased from Haselden Brothers, Studebaker Agents, Lancaster, Kentucky. reviving it and causing it to ripen slow- of need, the church a consistent memCall and see us for a good by a y. The late cutting bids fair to far ber and worker. He is survived wife and two daughters Mesdames Ed FARMER'S COLUMN ! exceed the early cutting, both in weight Hair Cut and Clean Shave Victor Upton has typhoid fever. Ballard and Will Berkos, funeral at and quality. The Only Two While Barbers In Town. Will Scott is numbered with the sick. Mt. Olivet conducted by Rev. Goodby. $ooo eoooooooo oootooooo ooooooooo o oS Hemp cutting in the county is about Wilbur Scott has entered the Burgin See the tall sign, North side of hemp spread, taken up rfpaco below this heading Is for me exclu- finished. the graded school. Public Square. RHEUMATISM sive use ot our farmer subscribers, and Is for and shocked. The crop this year falls Guy Easloy of Jessamine has been the sale of stock,, gr.iln ami such things on far below the average crop in the M. the guest of Archie Skinner. farm as the farmer canuot afford to adver- county in acreage, but the quality is Gured By The Marvel Of The Century tise. No notice will be accepted over four Leslie Ruble is able to be up after a Hues, and will be only lu .wo issues of the good. Owing to the uncertainty of the B. B. B. Tested For 30 Years. threatened attack of fever. hemp market in recent years the raisRecord, free of charge BLTR1STETT Some of our young people attended ing of this rrop has been abandoned by Aching bones, swollen joints permanFor Sale Two Poland China Boars, a great many of the farmers, who prethe Labor Day picnic at High Bridge ently through the blood with pure Botweighing about 100 lbs. W. S. Embry. fer to turn their attention to corn and Recleaned seed rye and seed wheat anical ingredients. To prove it we will for sale. Hudson & Hughes, Phone 26 send you a sample treatmenn free. Mr. J. S. Peace sold a horse mule tobacco. Offiice over Logan's store. Since the recent rains the live stock If you have bone pains, sciatica or colt, Monday for $80.00. Rev. Morris pastor of Brown's trade this and the eastern Kentucky Residence Phone 75. Otlice Plione P. Chapel is attending Conference at New shooting pains up and down the legs, George Ruble bought a suckling counties, which was temporarily susaching back or shoulder blade swollen port. muie of Ed Owens for $125. pended, and the drovers are again to be Hugh Christopher has moved to the joints or swollen muscle, difficulty in moving around so you have to use For Sale A number of young horses. seen on the road headed for the "Blue property recently vacated by Jesse crutches; blood' thin or skin pale, skin Grass" with herds of mountain cattle. Rogers. Walton Moss. itches and burns shifting pains, bad Amie Burton of Level Green in Pulaski Miss Sue Higgins visited the home W. B. Burton bought a nice harness was the first one to come through, arAll Work Guaranteed. breath; lumbago, gout take Blood Balm, folks near Paint Lick Saturday and B, B. B. which will remove every horse of R. E. Thompson for $160. riving here Saturday with a drove of Sunday. Lick, Kentucky. symptom, because B. B. B' sends a fifty cattle for the court day trade, Paint W. B. Burton bought of Robert Mrs. John Dougherty and son of rich tingling flood of warm rich pure consisting of everything from cows and Lexington are spending the week with blood direct to the paralyzed nerves, Clark a six year old mare mule for calves to some nice 900 pound feeders. $215. relatives. i-bones and joints giving warmth and JV1. Mr. Tom Woolridge", who lives on j Miss Florence Christopher has enter- strength just where it is needed, and For Sale 151 acre farm good house ed upon her work as primary teacher in this way making a perfect lasting and improvements. Gus Scott Buena ithe Lexington pike five miies from town, played in pretty hard luck a few DENTIST cure of Rheumatism in all its forms. at Burgin. Vista, Ky. days ago. Last spring he went to B. B. .B has made thousands of cures Miss Eliza Barnett of Wilmore J. W. Sweeney bought 9 mule colts Garrard county and bought a pair of I Ofllce over MN Arnold Millinery. of rheumatism after all other medicines is spending a few weeks with her day, paying from $50. to $82.50 very fine mules and last Saturday they liniments and doctors have failed to court brother and family. per head for them. got out on the road and started back help or cure. Druggist or by express Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Munday from to their former home. Near Curds-vill- e Jonn F. Walker sold to Curt A near Harrodsburg, spent Sunday with $1 per large bottle, with directions for they were caught on the Cincinhome cure. Sample sent free by writ- Robinson a f ancy sorrel four year old L. H. Ruble aod family. nati Southern railroad track, and one De- combined ing Blood Balm Co, Atlanta, Ga. horse for $250. Tom Skinner leaves Saturday for scribe your trouble and of them was cut in two and the other free medical Petersburg where he becomes a princi- advice given. Sold by R. E. McRob- - John F. Walker sold an aged work had two legs cut off by a train. Mr. pal of the graded school. erts & Son. lm mule to Taylor House for $162.50 and Wooldridge is a man of moderate cir- Cleaning and Pressing Lai I." . cumstances, and this loss falls heavily one to J. Wade Walker for $160. Mrs. Dr Marshall will conduct Series of Meetings at was a Jesse Rogers of Nicholasville upon him. Harrodsburg Heraldl recent visitor to her parents dies and Men's Garments. W. R. Cook purchased 9 aged mules PAINT LICK. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ruble. the Baptist church in Lancaster, beginning on Sunday court day from different parties, pay More stock was on the market MonPhone 340. Public 'Square. Rev. C. C. Brown of Lancaster will ing on an average of $175. for them day than has been seen here in a long night Octoper 1st. Every one invited to attend. probably fill the pulpit at the PresbyMiss Margaret Nolan has been the time. h. ltf. Faulkner, Lost Between Batsori's store and yards Mr. John Ross reports at his terian church next Sunday. guest of Miss Margaret Anderson. about 250 head of cattle, varye house on Lexington pike, a Mrs. Jesfe Rogers and baby of ing from suckling calves to 1000 lb When you come to Lancaster see our ments which are principally indebted to Mrs. Arthur Bottner and little son hand bag with pocket book in it. Office Hours Office over Nicholasville were guests of her par- Harold, are feeders, all of which changed hands at ' 8 a.m to 1 p.m. to I. Storme-- Drug Storo. new Blacksmith on shoeing your horses his able pen for their existence. with her parents for a Mrs Sam Cochran li prices ranging from 4 to 5 cents per Already steps have been taken in ents Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ruble. Shop in alley behind Post Office. visit. G. M. Huffman. Miss Nannie Mae Ison has secured a Danville for the establishment of a A. R. Denny purchased of different pound. There were about 100 head of 33". U1. Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Burgess left sheep, and Graded School and the sense of the position as teacher in Trimble county Friday for a visit to his parents Another Garrard County Real Estate Man. at parties court day a pair of suckling cattle were they together with all the people on the question will be taken on and will begin teaching the 11th. DENTIST. sold. Many good buyers mule colts, paying $135. for one and Louisa Ky. ' Elswhere in this issue will be found October 21st. from adjoining counties were in Phone G5. $140. for the other. Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. Sallie Preston and two sons Mrs. I. C. Rucker spent last Friday an announcement of a sale of residence and stock of all kinds were Charles and Clarence of Jacksonville, with her daughter Mrs. James G. Conn A Move To Be Commended. lots at Paint Lick Ky. on October 14th, For Sale 1 good Superior drill $12.00 in active demand; The City Council has passed an or- Illinois are visiting relatives here. of near Lancaster. under the direction of Mr. Pete Wells 5 thorough bred Hampshire boars, 1 H. Miss Eliza Barnett of Wilmore who J. F. Middleton, of Maplegrove representing the United Realty & dinance making it unlawful for perMessrs Alfred, Will and Tom Champ Jersey hall calf subject to register on Stock Farm, near Shelbyville, held a Auction Co. of Lexington Ky. Mr. sons to assemble on the streets or al- has been visiting relatives here, left visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. sires side. Phone S. H. Aldridge, Countp sale of Jersey cattle and Duroc-Jerse- y Wells is a Garrard county boy, still leys of the city for the purpose of last week for a visit to friends at Bur- James Champ last week. HyattsviHe, Ky. J. PHONE hogs there last Friday. The Jersey trading horses, and fixing therefor a gin. holding extensive interests in the Miss Stella McWhorter will have a Ofllce oer F. G. Hurt's furnltnre store. fine of not less than $5. nor more than Mrs. Sallie Preston and son Charles pie supper W. B. Burton bought at Loner Tom cattle, which included four head of county, and has but recently entered next Saturday night at the Chenault's sale a pair of 5 yr old mare aged cows and sixty-thre- e head of Lancaster, the real estate field, and is making $15. for each offense. This act is aimed Preston wife and baby all of Jackson- new school house at Manse. Kentucky. directly at ''Jockey Row", an institu- ville, Illinois arrived last week to visit mules for which he paid $402. He also heifers, brought a total of $12,865, an good at his new calling. Mrs. Sallie McCormack and daughter bought a tion that has been driven from pillar to relatives. six year old bay horse for average of $177 a head. The top Mrs. Jennie Ramsey returned home $135. Ok Tke Shame Of It. price was for Majesty's Oxford Lass, post all over town, and declared, a Mr. Arthur Wells and his sister Mrs. to Mrs. Joe McCormack. for which $1,650 was paid. Danville claiming to be the principal nusiance by residents upon what ever Henson of Mason County spent last after a visit W. B. Burton bought a pair of 5 yr Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hammock The eighty-thre- e head of Duroc- - Jerseat of learning and culture in the state street it chanced to light, and now it is week with their brother Frank Wells, have returned from Louisville where old mare mules of John Parks of Rich- seys broutrht a total of S2.000. an av put. out of existence altogether. is without a Graded School. and family. they purchased a line of new fall dry mond for $440. He also bought a "pair erage of $25. To all those who are wont to gather Sttof& V Lewis Landr&rh who went from here A. T. Scott of this place was auction- goods. of 4 year old cotton mules of Wilson on this thoroughfare on public days for there to edit a newspaper has discoverAmong the mule merchants on the eer at the stock sale of Dr. Guttery E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Mrs. Henry Riddleberger and brother Rogers for $390. ed this fact, and we know that they "hoss swapping" arid such industries, street Monday were to be noticed the Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. last Thursday Some of our farmers Mr. John Tribble spent Sunday with will now have one, for when Lewis goes we would suggest that if you do not were J. H, Baughman of Stanford bought Rankin Bros, of Boyle, Lincoln and purchasers. heed this ordinance, you will surely Mrs. Tribble at Gibson Infirmary at at the Chenault sale in Madison a pair Garrard, J. H. Baughman, R. L. Hubafter a thing of that kind, it surely fall into the hands of Chief Herron or oooooooooooooocoooooooo Miss Elizabeth Armstrong and Miss Richmond. must come. Witness, the Lancaster one of his deputies, and catch a fine in of 6 yr old mare mules for $410. He ble and the Eubanks Bros, of Lincoln, Harner have returned to their homes Water Works and many other improve police court. at Louisville after a pleasant visit to Protracted services begin at the also bought of Mr. Todd of Red House Bonta Bros of Mercer, James Tewney christian church Saturday night con- a four year old mare mule for $240.. of Boyle, Price-Br-os of this place and Mrs. Fletcher Ison and family. many others, all seeking tQ purchase. by the pastor and Rev. Masters ducted of QUALITY. Rev. Simpson of Somerset was as of Corbin. For Sale Two extra good milk cows and all succeeded in buying a few, but signed to Mt. Olivet at the recent Miss Kate Ely entertained Mr. and fres'h with young calves satisfaction the majority of the mules were taken session of conference held atRichmond, oooooooooooeooooooooooooo guaranteed. Price reasonable, will back home by the farmers, who are It is expected he will be present and Mrs. Henry Sanders, Mrs.and Mattie sell with or without calves. Phone D. hoping that they will bring better Mrs. Route, Mrs. Jack Adams preach next Sunday. B. Pelphrey 347 A. or write Z. T. Rice prices later. L, Jim Rout at dinner last Sunday. t Hon. Robert Tomlinson, Mr. Will Richmond, Ky. the public sale of Duroc hogs of At Hamilton and Mrs. Motor Scott of We have the Newest,Nicest and Most Messrs. A. F. Adair & Son, of this VETERINARIAN. The following sales have been Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Aldridge Forced To Leave Home. county, held at the fair grounds Tues- Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Millinery Store in this section of the state. The Christopher to B. F. Patton of Maysville, Mr. and Mrs. Powell of United State Army head aver- Islands. seven heifers at 4 cents per lb. A. T. day afternoon twenty-fiv- e latest styles selected by a Milliner of many years Nicholasville, Every year a large number of poor Mrs. Dickerson of aged $25 each Gilts sold at prices rangOffice at Logan's Stable. Somerset, Jonas Skinner of Harrods- sufferers whose lungs are sore and Scott to Mr. Lawson of Lancaster, 19 ing from $18 to $35 experience. Anything you desire in this line while. boar pigs Telephone 22 and 422. DANVILLE. KY burg attended the- - funeral of J. J. racked with coughs, are urged to go to fat hogs at 6 to J. W. Scott some 75 went at from $12 to $32 Fifteen head . will be found here. Give us a trial and you will Poor. another climate. But this is costly lb shoats at 6J; to Mr. C. Robinson of yearling Southdown ewes sold for an some fat cattle at 4 cts. be satisfied. Prices in reach of every one. Mrs. Frank Wells departed this life and not always sure. There's a better average of $10 per head and ten ewe Sepl8, after a lingering illness. While way. L.et Dr. King s XMew Discovery Six yearling Corn cutting has commenced, many lambs averaged $750. her residence here had been less than cure you at home. "It cured me of! farmers desiring to cut their corn as bucks sold at from $10 to $19 per head. three years she had made niany friends lung trouble," writes W. R. Nelson, green as possible with safety because Auctioneers Tom Vinnedge, of Columwho mourn her loss a husband and of Crlamine. Ark., "when all else of the value of early cutting to the fod- bus, Ind., H. L. Iglehart, of Elizabeth-tow- Royal blood and splendid individuality. pounds in weight failed and four Fall boars and gilts Tor sale. Ky., and George D. Speakes of 223 Main Street. Danville, Kentucky. many, children have the sympathy of Its surely I gained 47of all cough and der. Hay being high and scarce, foddthe king interment at Lancaster. er will cut considerable figure in the Paris conducted the sale. Bourbon J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. Thousands owe their Mrs. Belle Cook, a former resident lung cures." winters roughness on the farm, and News. lives and health to it It's postively here, died at her home in Lexington much more care is being exercised Not A Word Of Scandal. on the 10 inst. Death resulting from guaranteed for Coughs, Colds, with it than usual. and Asthma, Croup all Throat marred the call of a neighbor on Mrs. a partial stroke of paralysis, sustained 1 Lung troubles. 50c & $1.00. Trial botBut a few short weeks since farmers W. P. Spangh, of Manville, Wyo., who a few days previous. She has a number of relatives and friends here, who tle free at R. E. McRoberts& Son. ltn were ridding themselves of every head said: "she told me Dr. King,s New . Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. 357H G. A. Ballard of cattle they could possibly spare be- Life Pills had cured her of obstinate mourn the loss of such an estimable Residence Crab Orchard St 397 Miss Fannie Bishop cause of the drought and poor outlook kidney trouble, and made her feel like friend as she. One daughter Mrs. Residence 'Water St. 165 F. G. Hurt Offlice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. for grass. Now the shoe is on the a new woman.,. Easy, but sure remedy TOO MUCH JLOVE Charles Detrich lives near here. 339-- J Residence 3 M Richmond pike. J. Q. Mahan other foot, since the copious rains grass for stomach, liver and kidney trouble,. Lancaster, -- -- Kentucky. Mr. J. J. Poor died of Brights disToo much love for fun, frolic and 363-- S Residence 6 M Lexington pike. J. W. Mahan rich food causes stomach, liver, kid- is better than has been known in the Only 25e a,t R. E. McRoberts & Son. ease at his home here last Thursday 374-- S G. AMorgan Residence 7 M Flat Woods. I have just opened up a new, clean Other fall for many years, and these same afternoon. His illness was less than a ney and nervous troubles. Go to the BEST Place if you want Dressmaking. 186 Misses Moss & Lay remedies help you but DENN'S people are now searching for cattle for week, he was'nt considered in a dan- SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures 366 DxR. L. Pontius Vetinary Surgeon. the BEST WORK. grazing. . ( gerous condition until a few days be- you. Our discoverer, ten years a 383-James Rankin Residence Bright' s Bend. j We have the only Steam Ster- on Lexington street next to the post fore Tie passed away. He was born miserable sufferer with the above Considerable headway was made, last T. C. Rankin Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. g384-and RHEUMATISM for week in the cutting of tobacco, the ilizer in town for Massage. " 218 'Turner & Carpenter Shop office and will be glad to have my and raised near here, he lived in this troubles, Grocery Campbell St. years, To cured in one place for about forty years. In his prove was remedy, while week. last, weather being fairly propitious. What on Richmond "St, friends to call and see me. Clean .Residence Crab Orchard St. 381 Hiss Margaret Zanone they our death the neighbors has lost a kind, regular size Dottles only zscat has been housed is curing nicely, but a Paste this in your telephone book. Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention HENRY DUNCAN sympathizing neighbor, one who was large per cent of the crop is, yet uncut, The Old Reliable Barber the recent rains following the drought JTM Baitim Telephone Company, Inc., Lancaster, Ky.j always ready to lend a hand in time . (. Stormes Drug Store. VISTA HOUSE. 1)B. Win. Phvsican and Surgeon. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. K. Denny, Lancaster ;Dry Cleaning Co L jlgr. toll-gat- lt-p- d. "Walter. Surveyor. X-- J. TINSLEY, V'T2TN Cut Flowers 1 Isadies flats, vlisses Hats. Childrens Hats. Up-To-D- ate UWare McRoberts. Henry Casey, d.v.s J made-Willia- m Oakdale Herd of SAUNDERS. Registered Durocs n, r Telephones Installed Since May st, 1911. -.- La-Grip- Dr. R. L Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. 1-- m Barber Shop U A JOHRDUNCAN, J r .j j ? ?. V- f -- - .