You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 6, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911100601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 6, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . F I ' THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, Follow the crowd to the picture You will see good pictures at the show. Opera house. Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess successor i to A Good Man In View. Mrs. C. C. Becker of Bryantsville will The people of Stanford have placed display her new fall millinery Saturday in the field a set of gentlemen for Oct 7. City Council, who will make the race d The public is cordially invited, in the cause of Law and Order, non political and upon that platform alone. Protracted Meeting. This body of men have designated, in The protracted meeting at the Bap- case of their election, Mr. W. P. d tist Church is drawing large crowds. for Chief of Police We siencerely Rev. Marshall is an interesting .talker hope they may be elected and we feel and the people delight in hearing him. sure that Mr. Kincaid will fulfill the He is being ably assisted by the pastor trust which they propose to place in lt-pKin-cai- 1 9-- M NUMBER 28. 38XS3XS3ES33S&C Speaking In Stanford HEATING AND Hon. Oscar W. Underwood, democratic leaderJn the National house and prominent 'as an orator and politician will speak at the court house in Stanford on Saturday evening of this week at 7.30 o'clock. The people of Garrard county are invited to be present. dpL (711 HAVE YOU SEE IT? Next Sunday will be Education Day WHAT? The Stirdebaker w 3 at McKendree Church, Hubble. President J. C. Acheson of Caldwell College, Danville will deliver the discourse Invitation being made for fellowship interest in services of Lancaster Bap tist Church, there will be no service at the Methodist church next Sunday Rev. 0. P. Bush. him. Hope She Wins. For Sale. night. PLUMBING. r We use the best material the market affords. Let us make you an estimate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in r ' country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. In the "popularity contest" being in Jessamine county by our esteemed contemporary the Gatling Gun, the hopes and desires of the Record force have been centered on Miss Juliet Welch, and the entire force has begged, borrowed and stole every coupon in reach for her, and the many expressions of gratitude received from A New County Clerk.' her. from time to time caused them to Clerk J. W. Hamilton has a new be even more zealous in her cause. deputy, who within a short time is To Our Advertisers. pected'to take complete control of office, as he has already done at Mr. Our advertises have fallen into the Hamilton's home. He arrived last habit here of late of bringing in their Thursday and has been christened ads or changes on Wednesday, and James 1. Hamilton Jr. Mrs. Hamilton sometimes Thursday. We must inis doing nicely. sist that all advertisements intended for publication during the current week Give Us Credit Please. must be' brought in not later than When a fellow writes an article, be TUESDAY. The work of getting out it ever so short, that is deemed worth a weekly newspaper is a weeks work, clipping by other papers, he is entitled and we cannot adjust our business so to credit for it. We note here of a as to allow the setting up of advertiselate a great many articles taken from ments later than Tuesday. the Record for which no credit is beWhat About This? ing given. This is unjust brothers, if creditiit is worth having, it is worth We are told that some parties down ngat the mouth of Dix river have constructed a big fall trap, and have Seeing High Bridge. taken out over one thousand pounds of High Bridge is proving the Mecca of fish, and that others are left in the sight seers from this place. On last place to die. We are told that such Sunday a large automobile load went dastardly work as this is a gross violaover as well as se veral smaller convey- tion of the law, and why the good peoances. The distance is only about 24 ple do not rise up and suppress such miles over a good road and the trip is a lawlessness we are unable ,to undervery enjoyable, there being much beau- stand. Why can't the next grand tiful scenery along the Dix rivi-- cliffs jury investigate this report. asise from seeing the new bridge. 8 rooms A large two story frame house, with and large hall, on Stanford street, near the public square. This property is in good repair and can be used for a residence, a hotel, a boarding house or a restaurant, and can be bought for a fair price. R. E. McRoberts. 2t 9-- "Flanders 20 Noisiless as a Rubber is I Another Killing In Stanford. conducted John Harris Rout, alias "Possum" shot and killed Clay Drye in Stanford Monday afternoon. Both are colored. The killing is said to have been a peculiarly atrocious one wholly without provocation. The deed was committed with a single barrel shot gun. Rout who is a one armed negro, firing one load and then deliberately reloaded and emptyed another load into the body of his victim. Openings Bring Crowds. m 'The several millinery openings held on last Saturday afternoon attracted more of the fair sex-- to town than has been seen here in many months. The display offered for their inspection was the most elaborate ever seen here, and with all this array of head gear, which seemed us could not be excelled even in Paris, we are unable to see why it will be necessary for the ladies of the town and country to leave home for their fall hats. With L.&N. Judge Walker May-GIt is rumored that Judge L. L. Walker will be made assistant general counsel of the Louisville and Nashville Railway. Company when his time as Judge in this judicial district expires. Prior to his appointment to the " place he was Iocai counsel at Lancaster for the company. As circuit judge in this district he has demonstrated his ability in the legal profession and has established himself as one of the very best judges in the state. He has made many friends by his fair and impartial decisions, regardless of party affiliations. Danville Advocate. The above article has been going the rounds of the Central Kentucky press. As Judge Walker is still confined to the hospital and knows nothing in regard to the matter, and as we are not advised on the subject, we can neither deny- nor affirm the report. However, we will say that Judge Walker stands high with the legal department of the L.&N. and should they see proper to place him in the above mentioned position, they would have made a wise choice, - Hammer. The Great Hill Climber. The Car of Now. The Car of The Future. Can be seen in our window. A drive will CONVINCE you. FULLY EQUIPED $915,00 Haselden Bros. I:rlMrfln:gfg:r5MrrlMfJMBfMi "plfrMfrBJl: ISipl IMlMflJMlrllirE'MrJrTMlrE (MrlllfrSIllrlllirlllirlMIE m m GO TO THE f w fc$ 8 j r Creamery i - FOR - CONN BROTHERS Kind Words For Judge Walker. Clever Gentleman Injured. If Judge Walker could only hear the r r &&f8s&C& It Lancaster, Ky. Mr. John E. Anderson of Point nice things said of him by his legions Leavell while hauling a load of salt of friends in Boyle county, we know it from the Hyattsville depot on last would be of great help to him in his Thursday met with a very painful ac- struggle against disease. Everybody, cident. He was holding his brake regardless of political affiliation, has a down by means of a stick, when the ind word and well wish for him. His stick broke, precipitating him a somer- splendid work on the bench has won sault to the ground. He thinks that for him a warm spot in the hearts of he must have struck the broken stick our people, and many are the regrets as he fell. Three of his ribs were that he has held his last term as Judge fractured and he was severely bruised. of the Boyle court. Messenger. -- COAL "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige Cannel." Each the best in its Class. () E8 I 1 I Good Colored Citizen Dies. one of Lancaster's most worthy citizens died Thursday at his home in this city after a long illness of heart trouble. "Mat" was well known and respected in the community by both black and white. He was about 50 years of age and had long been a fixture about the Marksbury granary, and was the best versed man in the county in the handling of grain and hemp. His remains were laid to rest in the Lancaster colored cemetery Lusk, Madison Condition Of The Sick. I 6 'v2 Judge Walker is gradually improvfor one or two days this week was not quite so good as could have been wished, but he has regained the lost ground and is now progressing nicely. Typhoid fever is a disease that must of a necessity run its course, and while the Judge will be confined for some time yet. his ultimate recovery is now thought to be asing, his condition sured. Miss Flossie Mae Sutton is at the Lancaster Hospital with typhoid fever. The disease has not as yet fully developed, but she is doing as well as could be expected. Mr. Ed White is also at the Hospital H B S 1 H. V. A FULL LINE BASTIN. ynu Friday afternoon. Fatal Accident On Friday afternoon Matthew Crank a sixteen year old boy who resides on the new Danville pike about four miles from town, was playing with an old pistol when the weapon was discharged the ball entering his stomach, puncturing the intestines several times and passing through the lower lobe of one of his lungs. Medical aid was quickly summoned, but it was seen that he could not survive. He died a fe;sv hours after the accident. His remains were buried in the Lancaster cemetery Sun- Attention Ladies' See our NEW FALL Line of-- OF BLUE AND WHITE FINE FOOTWEAR ' made by the SHELBY SHOE CO. All the New Shades in Velvets and Tans. Up -- To Date Toes and Lasts. i -- Y None Better, Few As Good. Let us sell you your FALL SHOES, Quality and Style considered, we will save you money. I H. T. LOGAN. H with "a severe attact of stomach trouble it is not thought however to be serious, and it is thought that he will soon be out again. Little Guy Watkins and the Kelley child, both of whom have typhoid fever are getting along nicely and are thought to be well on the road to recovery. Mrs. JJr- - Amon is up and able to be day morning. about the the house, and it will be a source of gratification to her many Desirable Home Sold. friends to know that she will soon be Mrs. Alice Walker on last Saturday out again. sold to Mr. John P. and Mrs, Fannie A Good Citizen Passed Away. Long her home on Richmond streetor $5100. This sale was effected by the Mr. Thomas S. Elkin died at 1 real estate firm of Hughes & Swine-broa- o'clock Saturday afternoon at nis home This is one of the most desir- on the New Danville pike one mile able homes in Lancaster, Mrs. Walker from town of pneumonia. M r. Elkin having but recently greatly improved was in town on Monday, and only took the property. to his bed on Tuesday, so short was We are sorry that as soon as she can his illness that many of his most intisucceed in winding up her affairs in mate friends were unware of it. Lancaster, Mrs. Walker will make her Mr. Elkin was sixty four years of home in Nicholasville. Lancaster will age and was born and raised in Garbid a hearty welcome to Mr. and Mrs. rard county, and spent the greater Long. portion of his life in Lancaster, having been engaged in business here for Young Cosby 's Remains Taken To Junc- over thirty years. He was known to nearly every farmer in the blue grass tion City. region of Kentucky, and was univerThe remains of young Edward Cosby, sally liked. He was a whole souled who was so seriously'burned by gaso jolly, clever gentleman and had a host line last Thursday as to cause his death of friends both at home and through was taken to his home in Junction City the state. on Friday for burial, Young Cosby He is survived by his wife and two since he has lived in, Lancaster has sons, Meftrs Sherlylind Robert Elkin made many friends who were deeply of this place, one sister Mrs. O. P. grieved at his untimely end. Reports Huffman of Nicholasville, and three indicate that he was a model young brothers, Michael Elkin of Lexington, man, polite, gentlemanly, a lover of John Lee Elkin of Nicholasvill and home and its environments, and devot- Gabriel Elkin of this place. ed to his parents. Mr. Elkin had long been a member That there was not serious damage of the Christian church, and on Sundone by the fire which caused young day afternoon, after fuueral services Cosby's death is phenomenal. Mr. W. by his pastor, Rev. F. M. Tinder, at D. Mahan was within ten feet of the the grave, his remains were placed at fire when it caught with his automobile rest in the Lancaster cemetery. but by heroic efforts succeeded in get The heartfelt sympathy of the entire ting it out of danger, and" the . large community goes out to the bereaved tank and horses were rushed from the family in the loss of the devoted husscene but just in time,., - " band, kind father and brothel:. d. -.- Enamelware just received. Prices lower then ever before. GIVE US A CALL. L. G. DAVIDSON Now is the time tp buy an Old Hickory Wagon The strongest and lightest running wagon made. Buy Buggy and Wagon Harness while they are sp cheah W. J. ROMANS. "V , 4, J V . Wagon and Harness Value $100. 2nd Prize $25. Cash in 1st Prize One Standard Make Studebaker Two-HorGold. 3rd Prize $ 5.00 Cash in Gold. 4th Prize $ 0.00 cash in Gold. se 1 1 4 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 issueing tickets on Saturday, Sept 30th, 191 1 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, The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. 1.00 House of Quality Well Known Colored Youth Dies. Attendence At Normal School Lancaster Increased. entuc ., 5K2 -- 4 M This Wagon was Purchased from Haselden Brothers, Studebaker Agents, Lancaster, Kentucky. a year. Henry Turner the sixteen year old An increase over last years enrollBig Stock Sale. son of Thomas Turner, colored, died ment of 25 per cent is shown at the In this issue of the Record will be Sunday of appendicitis. Henry drove Eastern Kentucky Normal School at Richmond Ky. The school this yean, found the advertisement of W. H. Mr. R. L. Elkin's carriage. . . has followed a judicious method of ad- Shanks of a big stock sale to be held rr i.iiiww-i- .i ,r"-- f i ns CTM ifV Eli rrt fiscal Court Meets. nil on Thursday October 19th at his farm vertising. near Stanford. A lot of good horses, The regular October term of the GarsSVXr 5 t.. If JTS. .J 1SS7 Mj4 tlij Shooting Near Mt. Hebron. mules, cattle and sheep will be disposed rard Fiscal Court met on Tuesday for of and people in search of stock will do ' the purpose of hearing and allowing On Monday morning at the home of county claims. They adjourned to meet Mrs. Rains in the Mt. Hebron neighbor- well to attend. again on Tuesday October 10th. hood James McWilliams received a Drowned While Playing pistol wound in the back which passed Births. through his body, inflicting what isj A two year old child of Mrs. Luther Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Henry Jr. are thought to be a fatal wound. Mrs. Ray was drowned last week near by falling into a pond near tirement was the destruction of the the parents of a winsome little girl. Rains, at whose house the trouble ocSpanish fleet at Santiago during the Mrs. Henry ,was Miss Scotta Sebas- curred, says that McWilliams and which it was playing. It is supposed Lightes Draft Spreader Made. n Loton Ray came ti her house earlier in that the little tot leaned over to get war, this occurred tian. something from the water when it lost on the 29th day of May 1898, and the Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sebastian are the day and both were drinking, that Cookers and Fuel Savers. credit of the action was claimed by Ad- also rejoicing over the arrival of a ten the whiskey was brought there with its balance, fell in and was drowned. miral W. T. Sampson, who was Schley's pound boy. them, that they were scuffling in and Moores and Moline Wagons. In Interest Of Orphants Home out of the house several times, and superior officer and left him in charge City Council. of the fleet and a short time thereafter that finally she heard a pistol shot and Rev. J. W. Graham of Louisville went in and found McWilliams shot, iR1 the engagement occurred which resultThe City Council met Monday night made an address Sunday at the Chrisand that Ray was in the room and reed in the destruction of the Spanish in its regular monthly session. The tian Church in the interest of the Chris mained there for some time, fleet. However after a rigid investigaThe Best Buggy made. Come in and get one at reduced price. matter of the selling of the telephone leaving and he has not since been finally tian Orphans Home, an institution tion, Schley was accorded the full credseen. franchise heretofore published in the which is maintained by that denomina at cut Buggy McWilliams in a statement says that One two it due him. Record, came up for final reading and tion. Rev. Graham is a representative he did not see Ray shoot him. Dr. History repeats itself in Pennsylvan-- ' went to a vote, which results in the Burnett, Dr. Rose and Dr. Elliott went of the home and travels in its interest. ' ia. A catastrophe, similar to and a franchise being defeated by a vofe of 3 to the scene and did everything possi- This is one of the most laudable of the Car Load of American Fence, new design, stronger and better than ever to 2. many good works done by the church close second in point of destruction of The arguing on the subject of the ble for the wounded man, but they en- and Rev. Graham met with) the encour human life, to the great Johnstown consumed so much time that tertain very little hope for his recovery. agement which his cauie so richly de flood of 18S9 in which 2000 lives were ' franchise excluded any other than the routine Sheriff Ballard and County Attorney serves. lost, took place near Austin Pa. last it Robinson also went to the scene, but business. Saturday. Ray, had left before their arrival. A Higginbctham Bros. Bring Suit. A great dam owned by the Bayless, Richard Burton Buys Farm. warrant was sworn out for Ray chargPulp & Paper Co. one and one half miles ing him with the shooting. The inMessrs V. W. and J. E. Mr. Richard Burton on Monday pur- jured man is about 45 years of age, is above Austin, a town of 3200 people, have instituted suit in the Fayette broke, precipitating 4.500,000 gallong chased the B. F. Patton farm near married and has two children. He is a Circuit Court igainst the Citv of Lex v for 39,000. This is one of horse trader and is well acquainted ington for polluting the water of a of water upon the town and surround1500 people are known the best located and most desirable throughout the country. Loton Ray is ing country, near branch or creek which runs through to have to have perished by drowning, farms in Garrard county, and was re- about 25 years of age and is a son of their farm by allowing city sewage to V We burning and being crushed to death, cently bought by Mr. Patton at a sale the late Allen Ray. He has been away flow into the creek, thereby rendering Flour, Raymond City Goal, coal, no while hundreds of others are unaccount- which he had, he and two sons buying from the county for several years, but the water unfit for use and otherwise ed for. Fire followed the bursting of out the interest of the other heirs. Mr recently returning. Ohio Clean Salt, California Red Wood injuring their premises. The suit is for the natural gas mains, and famine Burton gets possession on January 1, $15,000 damages and for an abatement Shingles. of 's 1912. We have not learned Mr. stares the survivors in the face, Untiring In His Efforts. of the alleged nuisance. The plaintiffs intentions but we would be sorry The following letter written by John are sons of Mr. Geo T. Higginbotham, War has been declared and hostili- to lose so good a citizen, and hope that and formerly resided in this county. ties opened between Turkey and Italy, he will buy another farm and remains M. Farra, President of the Garrard ) county Development Association, to Mr the bone of contention being the desire in the county Pythians Elect Officers D,aha Breckinridge, who is one of the upon Italy's part to establish a proDirectors of the Traction Co. and which Cassady Studio To CAMP NELSON, KY. tectorate over Tripoli. The two days' session of the Kenwas published in last Saturday's Lex- tucky Grand Lodge, Knights As is always the case in the receivof PythWe want 50 tons of Timothy Hay. We an prepared to clean It will be a great pleasure to the ; ington Herald, we publish in order to ft ing of foreign war news, reports are Seed Wheat at 5c per bushel. Clean it the same daj you bring it. people of Lancaster and Garrard county show that the efforts to get the propos- ias, came to a close at Lexington Wedhard to authenticate and are often deto know that we are to again have a ed road through Garrard county are by nesday at noon with the selection of 4fc nied, but the indications are that the 4&A.A ,&.. first class photograph gallery in Lan- no means being allowed to lag, upon the following officers for the ensuing imc ,i be of short durations, as the war will year: caster. On Saturday October 14th. the other hand, every effort is being Powers are more than likely to interH. A. Schobretn. Versailles. Grand The Cassady Studio people of Danville made and every argument is being used vene and stop hostilities at any time. Chancellor: George C, Carter, Coving- -' will their studio formerly occu- to conyince the Traction people that we pied by them in the rooms adjoining have the "only way." Suffice to say ton, Grand Vice Chancellor; H. L. Mc Francisco I. Madero was on last Sat- Mr. Theo. Currey's grocery. The that Mr. Farra submitted to Mr. Breck Lean, Wilmore, Grand Prelate; B. W. ob urday chosen by the people of Mexico studio will be in charge of Carter, Lexington, Grand Keeper of Cas- inridge a complete data "Jack" of schedule, Records and Seals; B. P. Eubanks, for their president without opposition. sady, who in addition to being a clever with distances and all other neccessary Madero was at the head of the recent gentleman, is a past master of the art information that would tend to convin- Bowling Green. Grand Master of Exuprising in Mexico wjn'ch resulted in of photography, knows it irt every dechequer; R. A. Young, Ewing, Grand , the resignation of President Diaz and tail from the kodak work up to the ce him of the truth of his assertions. Iner Guard; L. P. Davis, Hopkinsville, Lancaster, Ky., Sept. 21, 1911. his flight from Mexico. The race for handsomest photographs. The studio Mr. Desha Breckinridge, Lexington, Grand Outer Guard. vice president was hotly contested and will be open every Saturday and those Ky. The Fair. lies between Senor Dela Barra and Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. who desire good pictures made and Dear Sir: In your editorial in yesterJose Pino Suarez, the latter being framing done at a reasonable price will day's Herald regarding the question of The fair meeting scheduled for last cayj?ran!,.'.v."A' viw, .? v,dts Madero's chosen running mate. The do well to give them a call. crossing Kentucky river by the Kentuc- Saturday afternoon drew a good atelection passed off quietly. ky Traction and Terminal Company, tendence, but only two out of the Killing Below BryantSYille. and suggesting the purchase from the twenty seven gentlemen appointed to In order to force the recognition of their newly organized Federation of At White Oak, a negro settlement Q&Cof their old bridge at High Bridge secure stock reported. They , had seand Labor, it is estimated that from 20,000 below Bryantsville on the road leading Ivy., has caused a good deal of com- cured subscribers for 106 shai-esto 30,Q00 workmen, shopmen, machin- to Buena Vista, last Saturday night ment from the people in this section, if the other gentlemen will do anyists, blacksmiths, carmen and tinners about 9 o'clock, Harrison Preston, a who are most anxious to see the Trac- thing like as well, the affair will surely on the Harriman lines of railroad, drop- white man about twenty five years of tion Company extend its lines from be a success. A meeting will be called for Saturped their tools on ast Saturday and age was snoi in uie siumacu wiin a Nicholasville via Camp Nelson to Lancaster, Danville and Harrodsburg. day October 14th at the court house at and went on strike. The strike extends pistol, and died in the Lancaster hosFrom what we know of the physical 2 o'clock, at which it is hoped that from the Mississippi to the Coast and pital about noon Monday as result of conditions to be oyercome in securing a every one of the solicitors will be fifceen states are effected. the wound. The negroes were having a pie sup- suitable crossing of the Kentlcky river present, as well as all those who have Judge E ngham declino ; to re- per or festival, and much liquor was in we are convinced that the easiest and taken stock and all other citizens who If consider his decision not vo accept the evidence and a good many of them best crossing and grade for a traction are interested. At this meeting some Republican nomination for Chancellor were drinking, young Preston claims line can be had at Camp Nelson, and a final action will be taken as to whether unless he is indorsed by the Democrats he was standing on the side of the line built over this route would cost less or not a J? air Association will be H3 Never Leak Never Need Repairs Fireproof Storm- the chances are that Judge Homer Bat-so- n road when several negroes came up to per mile for construction, exclusive of ganized along the lines heretofore H proof Handsome; Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of g any route penetrating plained in the Record. will be nominated by the Republi- him and with out any words or notice the bridge, than ? buildings. For further detailed information apply to This scheme to organize a fair for cans. Argus in Louisville Herald. of his intention, he alleges that Allen the territory South of the Kentucky Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, Jones one of the number shot him. river, w.nich is as you suggest a ieruie ALL the people of the county is not A of the United State Preston also charged before his death field for traction development. calculated to "grind arty man's axe", Senate of which Senator Bradley is a that Ed White another negro drew a I am enclosing you a government and if it is wanted, come forward and member is in session at Madison Wis. in- knife on him, and he also stated that map of the route from Nicholasville to help us by subscribing for stock, and vestigating the charge thatUnitedStates Henry Cooley colored witnessed the Lancaster, Danville, Stanford, Crab by your presence and suggestions at Drop A Senator Isaac Stevenson received his trouble, and that he, Cooley, remarked Orchard and Harrodsburg, together rthe meeting. On the other hand if The Box office by bribery and other corrupt to Jones. "You shot that man and with some data regarding distances7 you wish by your apathy to indicate enclosing your check for practises. inthat you are not in favor of a fair of shot him for nothing." The officers which I trust you will carefully look millinery, dressmaking you, as a director of this kind, do not want it, why, well who went to the scene found Cooley in to and urge that Company, present this alright, we have honestly endeavored or household bills and a beastly state of intoxication and this Traction brought him to town and he is in gjail, matter to the company, and if possible, to secure for the county a fair in rid your mind of worry. Sale of residence lots at Paint Lick, being held as a witness, Ed White is to secure a survey of the route here which a general county interest would By .having a bank ac, be manifested, and if you choose otherKy., on October 14th, These lots will also in jail charged with being an ac- outlined. count you are obliged to We would be glad as a representative wise, we can assure you that Garrard be sold to the highest bidder, absolute- cessory to the crime. Allen Jones exercise care in spendly regardless of price. No came to town Saturday night after the of the people in this county in this mat county will not be without a fair next ing. This1 helps you to your price gets the trouble and caught the Sunday morn- ter, to take you and any other directors year, tho' probably not along the lines at this sale for lot, Music furnished by an excellent ing excursion for Cincinnati.- Officers you may secure on an inspection trip we would prefer. form the saving habit. Now let us make one last appeal to band. One lot and other valuable are on his track and if caught he will by automobile over this route at any We invite you to deposit prizes will be given away. Every one be brought back here for, trial for the time yoj? find it convenient to do so, be- you, come in and help us. Let us get here, and offer you prompt and courteous service. A glance lieving, ,as we do, that the many advan- up a fair that will be the envy of our on the grounds will have a chance at crime with which he stands charged. at our last statement will give you absolute confidence in The dead man bore a good reputation tages offered will be more apparent af- -. surrounding counties, and one that these presents. Everybody invited. our solvency. and worked for Mr. Charles Coulter in, ter a careful survey of the territory will be to the credit of the county, Terms easy. between Nicholasville and this point. and to the advantage of all her people. & Auction Co the vicinity, His remains were buried United Yours very truly, Once more, won't you come and at the Mount Olivet cemetery. Tuesday Rear Admiral Winfield Scott Schley dropped dead in New York Monday of heart disease, just having left the New York Yact Club, where he had been to call for his mail. Admiral Schley was seventy two years of age and was retired on a pension. Admiral Schley was born in Frederick county Md., in 1839, he graduated at Annapolis in 18G0 he served with distinction in the U. S. Navy during the civil war. and has since served his government in many important capacities, and at many important posts. He commanded the . Greely relief expedition in His last and most daring feat before his re1SS-1Spanish-America- Subscribe for The Central Recoi-d-. GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Entered at the I'o-- t Oflice in Lancaster, Ky Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s 1IF&e'sf&5!l. iL - 0..Lr j- 'fc " tl .!- - -- Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., October 6, 1911. Mt-Hebr- on Rates For Political Announcements For For For For For For . . . .$ 5.00 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per dUbbG&d Pasiiara dMiGoU ifsdiEblu nrssff Majestic Ranges, Best Heaters, Studebaker Precinct and City Offices -- i JOHN DE E! Harness JGGiES. and Obituaries, per line Democratic Ticket. 05 Prices, Wheat Drills. horse For Governor James B. McCreary. For Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott For Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. For Auditor Public Accounts Henry M. Bosworth. J. R. MOUNT, SON F RHP C& CO For Secretary of State lius. C. F. Crece- - For Attorney General James Garnett. For State Superintendent of Schools Barksdale Hamlett. For Commissioner Agriculture J W. Newman. For Clerk Court of Appeals Greene. For Railroad Commissioner R. W. L. F. Paa Vtelv NhiflB e Bry-antsvi- lle Klair. For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. For Representative John M. Farra from Garrard Co. Pat-ton- STUDEBAKER have the celebrated Trow's Perfection all clinkers River Farming Implements all kinds. WAGONS. ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. GLASS and SAUNDERS &r . Re-ope- n. &&-XH&-4S-&0'- W ,.A sBa re-op- authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are We Write Any Kind of 1? a &fi wE For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheritf of Garrard County, subject to the action Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave C Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the ac- i tion of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomination of Assessor of Garrard County, "subject to the action of the democratic or-e- x- I jparty. We are authorized to announce J. B. Collier as a candidate for the nomination for assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic te r Letter In party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Huffman for a candidate for assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Magistrate. Grand Auction. ng are authorized to announce John N. White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of 'Garrard county, subject to the action of the demcratic party. We. - We are authorized to announce Wal-to- n E. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of "the democratic party. Realty Lexington, Ky. afternoon. ' .?40HN(,M.FARRA. helpus. ,'-,- - - . ,. ! The Garrard Bank & Trust Company. - ,- -! ,,. U ' - p'.j jfc&t2'lg& -- ' mr vs. tf p- - "n ut i" !JliajiMIilillijtMl5a5ai5.tilMittiitlMraaja riMMjitamliM - . jfrv;. vr--T- . '., .' H' H H B x I frM' will offer for B iMMjl'!ItH berween-theCra- b 4it.i4I-'I--M"f-I"I"I"H"l"l"H- i lt'-M"- rTTTTTTTTTTTm sale at auction at my farm and two miles from Stanford on Orchard and Somerset turnpikes, one mile from Rowland THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19 1911 9 v 450 HEAD OF HORSES, MULES, JENNETS, CATTLE, HOGS and SHEeP. HORSES. filly out of Percheron mare by German coach horse, 2 yearling Draft fillies out of Percheron mare by German coach horse, 1 good 3 year old mare in foal to George Hurr, 1 three year old registered saddle mare, in foal to Bohemian King, 1 four year old registered saddle mare, in foal to Carroll Preston, 1 seven year old mare foal to The Warfield, 1 eight year old Perby Pence,-icheron mare in foal to jack, 1 four year old mare by Dignity Dare, in foal to jack, 1 five year old mare, n 450 One weanling colt out of Western mare, 1 weanling horse colt out of a Pence mare by Dr Munson, 1 weanling horse colt out of Percheron mare by George Hurr, 1 weanling filly colt out of Golddust mare by Ash coach stock, in foal to jack, 1 six year old mare, Percheron stock, in foal to jack, 1 seven year old mare, coach stock, in foal to jack. JACK STOCK. 1 three year old jennet bred to W. T. Robinson's land Brook, yearling filly, unknown breeding, 5 yearling branded fillies, all of them good stock, 3 yearling branded horse colts, all good stock, 1 two year old draft 1 big $3,000 Mammoth jack, 1 four year old jennet bred to Baughman's Napoleon, 1 nine year old jennet heavy in foal. MULES. mule colts some of which are already weaned, 16 yearling mules to be sold in pairs, well mated, 2 well matched and well broke sorrel two-yeold horse mules. 2 well matched 15 A hand, 3 year old soirel mare mules, fit to ship, 2 well matched 15 hand brown mare mules, 6 years old, fat and ready to ship, 10 good work mules from 3 to 9 years old, all fat 18 ar CATTLE. three year old Jersey weanling Short horn cow, fresh by of before sale. 1 beautiful blue-roa- n heifer calf. 6 weanling bull calves,.2 of which are "Peacharenoes" 10 plain yearlings. 10 good yearlings, 80 extra yearlings weigh from 500 to 750 pounds. 100 good and extra good feeders from 900 to 1,000. These cattle will be sold at 11 o'clock. 1 HOGS. Listed Hampshire Boar; ready service. 1 Listed red boar ready for service. SHEEP. 150 good Kentucky bred sheep. All young mouths Terms $50 and under cash in hand. Over that amount, cash or a,good note, due in eight months, bearing 6 per cent, interest. Sale will be held rain or shine. Dinner served on the grounds. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. 1 Two yearling Jersey heifers, fine stock. I w H. Shanks, Stanford, Kentucky. Va,w LAME EVERY MORNING. A Bad Back Is Always Worse In Prospective Home Furnishers Are Assured, at this Store of as Wide A Morning Lancaster People Are Find ing Relief. Leavell and will move to it soon. Deserving and Getting. Only the brave deserve the fair, but Henry Conn has rented his house The and ground at Hammack to Harris the rich are more likely to get tat Gafney for the remainder year. fair to say yes. of this Averts Awful Tragedy. Range For Selection and Considerably Lower Prices on Dependable Merchandise Than May Be i V Obtained in the Stores of Larger Cities. The Magnitude of our business throughout Central Kentucky reduces the cost of the distribution of our Merchandise to a minimum and you are not asked here to help pay the metropolitan store's enormous cost of doing business. Come to Lexington during the Fall "" Trotsmake your purchases from the association stores of Lexington of which we are one and have your railroad fare refunded. Courteous, Intelligent Treatment", Varied Stocks and Reasonable Prices await you here. Visitors are Always Welcome at Brower's. e. R B rower & Co. COMPLETE HOUSEFURNISHERS. Main at Broadway, Lexington Kentucky . advice given Mrs. C. of Marengo, Wis., (R. No. 1) No. 1. "WE PROVE IT." A back that aches all day and causes prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved Every day ZEMO gives relief and discomfort at night is usually worse in the morning. Makes you feel as if cures men, women and children in ev- two lives. Doctors had said her frightery city and town in America whose ful cough was a "consumption" cough you hadn't slept at all. Can't cure a bad back until you cure skins are on fire with torturing EC- and could do little to help her. After the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills re- ZEMA rashes and other itching, burn- many remedies failed, her aunt urged lieve sick kidneys make you feel bet- ing, scaly, and crusted skin and scalp her to take Dr. King's New Discovery. "I have been using it for some ter, work better, rest better and sleep humors. and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) time," she wrote "and the awful cough ZEMO better. my The following statement proves the SOAP, two refined preparations will has almost gone. It also saved boy when taken with a severe give you such quick relief that you will little merit of Doan's. bronchial trouble." Thi3 matchless L. W. Cox, 302 Bowyer St., Lexing- feel like a new person. We give you three reasons why we medicine his no equal for throat and ton, Ky., says: "My occupation re50c and $1.00. quired much Reavy lifting and I be- recommend and endorse ZEMO and lung troubles. Price Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. lieve that this was the cause of my ZEMO SOAP for all skin and scalp erMcRoberts & Son. trouble. I first noticed a dull pain in uptions. 1st. They are clean, scientitic prepmy back which became so acute that Air Needed In Human Lungs. I could not rest. When I arose in the arations that give 'Universal satisfacIn one minute, in a state of rest, morning, I was lame and stiff and felt tion and are pleasant and agreeable to the average man takes into his lungs so tired that I could hardly commence use at all times. 2nd. They are not experiments, but about eight liters, or 43.S cubic Inches, the day's duties. My kidndy's were of air. In walking, he needs 16 liters, aiso uisoraerea ana tne kidney secre- are proven cures for every form of skin or 97.6 cubic Inches; in climbing, 23 tions caused me annoyance by their or scalp affections whether on infants liters, or 140.3 cubic Inches; In riding frequency in passage. I doctored and or grown persons. at a trot, 33 liters, or 201.3 cubio tried any number of remedies but 3rd. They work on a new principle. inches; and in running, could find 'no relief When suffering They do not glaze over the surface, but 57 liters, or 347.7 cubic inches. severely I had Doan's Kidney Pills they penetrate to the seat of the troubrought to my attention and deciding ble and draw the germ life from underIt's Equal Doh'I Exist. to take them, I procured a supply. I neath the skin and destroy it. In this soon improved and after I had taken way a complete cure is effected in any No one has ever made a salve, ointthe contents of a few boxes I was case of SKIN OR SCALP ERUPITION ment or balm to compare with Buck-len- 's Endorsed and sold in Lancaster by cured." Arnica Salve. It's the one perthe McRoberts & Son Drug S,tore. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 fect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, n Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, cents. Co., Buffalo, New York, sold agents for the United Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes, Simplicity Marks Mikado. In raiment, as in food, the mikado's Cold Sores, Chapped Hands or Sprain3 States. Remember the name Doan's and taste Is simple to the verge of sever- its supreme. Unrivaled for Piles. Try ity. At public functions he appears it. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & take no other. .u uia uuuvxu jl ;uuiuiauuci 'wuiiu Son. of the army. In the nrlvacy of Drivate life he wears a frock coat No importFLATWOOD Superstition Inane. ed goods are used in the making of Destiny has no pet dates Just as garments. It is his wish that he many fortunes have been made on Ebb Scott sold a mule colt on court his Bhould be clothed with the products' Friday as on Monday and Just an day for $70.00 of the industry of his own people. many men have died on the tenth aa Lige Worrel sold a mule colt on on the thirteenth of the month. The court day for $70.00 hoot of the owl Is only fatal to Bleep. Is The World Growing Better. To pass under a ladder Is merely unG. W. Elam will soon have his new intelligent the Inside Is the more residence completed. Many things go to prove that it is. dangerous aide. Your A protracted meeting will begin at The wry thousands are trying to help burned witches you burn Good Hope next Sunday October 8. others is proof. Among them is Mrs. electric lights. Wake up I You're not G. W. Elam sold a two year old W. W. Gould, of Pittsfield, N. H. in the dark ages. Woman's World. Finding good health by taking Electric horse to J. P. Arnold for $85.00 S. L. Baird bought 6 heifers at town Bitters, she now advises other suffer Gives Aid Te Strikers. ers, everywhere, to take them. "For on court day for 3J cents per pound. Sometimes liver, kidneys and bowel3 years I suffeied with stomach and kidSam Wilcox has bought Edith Faulk-ner- s ney trouble," she writes. "Every seem to go on a strike and refuse to place a house and 16 acres of land medicine used failedVtill took Elec- work right. Then you need those Timely Will-oughb- Zemo Makes Astonishing Eczema Cures. y, ' l-- m long-distanc- e Foster-Milbur- l-- m l-- m i for$400.00 Squire J. W. Coldiron has rented from Philip Joseph and is expected to move about the end of the year. "Henry P. Conn has rented a dwell ing and shop from J. A. Doty at Point But this great remedy helped me wonderfully." They'll help any woman. They're the best tonic and finest liver and kidney remedy that's made. Trv them. You'll see. 50c l-at R. E. McRoberts & Son. m I tric Bitters. I pleasant little Dr. King's Life Pills to give them natur-- , al aid and gently compel proper action.' Excellent health soon follows. Try them. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. . strike-breakers - " l-- m - V V --- ''- TOO MUCH LOVE Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was cured in one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, regular size bottles only 25c at Stormes Drug Store. Simple TvYlst of the Wrist "You know Jones, who was reputed bo rich? Well, he died the other day. and the only thing he left was an old Dutch clock." "Well, there's one good thing about it; I won't be much trouble to wind up his estate." Sacred Heart Review. Wise Advice From Ruskln. It Is a good and safe rule to sojourn In every place as if you meant to spend your life there, never omitting an opportunity of doing a kindness or speaking a true word or making a friend. Ruskln. ''' -- J ixs- - MI&RM Ifywufotn Till ZRMUHL Cnf INTHERAJAH'S SERVICE By EDWIN D. - ' i! OOOO0M000O000J0 0 9090M His Preferenco for Sunday. "I always like to begin a Journey on Sunday, because I shall have the prayers of the church to preserve an I that travel by land or water." Jona- &oooooooooooooo oooaoooooooooo oo4 than Swift Go r TROUSDALE AssoV Copyright by American Press, ciation. 1911. to the BEST Place if you want il'Wffifolrg A successful machine for spraying onions has been used by B. N. Foote, eastern onion grower. a ,He used a common 40 potato sprayer, changing the discharge so that it would spray 10 rows of onions. With Its use he finds that he can spray 20 acres a day wlthoutdlffloulty, and ho onion field is going over his once a week in order to destroy the blight, which has proved a great drawback to the onion specialty well-know- n 25-ac- re so-call- for several years past. Many a farmer believes In thorough tillage, good speed, welibred live stock and plenty of good feed and care farming methfor them, and yet at the same time ods generally, Red Top Asphalt Granite Roofing Is the Best and Cheapest Satis- considers the poultry business a trifling occupation, fit only for the women folks, something to look after' when there Is nothing jjlse oflo. . Mares do not usually give trouble by abortion if given good food and Of course, when reasonable care. pregnant, a mare should not be overdriven, nor be compelled to .smell blood or offal, and should not back or hold back heavy loads Her stall should not have much Incline Nourishing food, pure water and fresh air are essentials. If one suspect ergot or smut In hay or feed it should be discarded. maIt is estimated that nures have a value of about two thirds that of commercial fertilizers, therefore the careful saving of farm manures and their judicial application the soil are vital factors In farmiiq operations, and as essential to continued success as plowing the land or planting the crop. barn-yard factory Roofing made today. THERE IS NO TAR IN IT. ASK YOUR DEALER Haselden Bros. Tile price of dairy products In the,! winter is so much higher than.ln'flum-me- r that only a small e,xtra effort .is to care and judicious 'feeding may result m a considerable increase in the profits from the entire herd at this season. s are The Intelligent fast coming to recognize the fact that the man who makes the moart of his opportunities in handling a farm flock must become a breeder and feeder of s mutton, more especially flock-muster- This story was told me by an Englishman who had grown old in the civil service in India. We were sitting in the smoking room of a liner between Southampton and New York: The people of India are the most sensitive as well as the most merciless people of the world. An Indian will treat one he wishes to destroy witn the moss flattering attention while ho is planning to kill him. lie always strikes in the dark that Is, when he kills with steel. But it is with poison that Indians do their most artistic murderous work. They have studied the science of poison for ages. They have poison rings, poison perfumes, poison flowers. But the strangest of all is a poison human being. They will feed a person on a certain poison till he has absorbed so much of it that his very breath is noxious to one unused to what the poison person is saturated with. I had a narrow escape from death when I was in India. It was when I first went out there as a youngster and had no idea of the secret dangers to be incurred. That which an Indian is most jealous of is a woman. Any European who attempts the slightest familiarity with oue of them Is in imminent danger of his life. If they would give a fellow a chance it wouldn't be quite so terrible, but they won't. He is either murdered in the dark or poisoned. I was just twenty years old when I landed in Calcutta to take position In a British house dealing in opium and the Kootls of the country. Later I was sent into the Interior to buy curios, two of us being sent together for greater safety. Bob Britton, not much older than myself, was my companion. In one of the towns we heard of a rajah whose brother or some other relative had died childless, and the rajah had inherited his effects. Not caring to keep duplicates, he had offered to sell many articles. Bob and I called on him, and he exhibited his wares, treating us at the same time royally. While we were bargaining he feasted us in the room occupied by the women, which was a great honor. Unfortunately for Hob, and me we drank too. much wine. j) Being permitted to roam where we -- the BEST WORK. We have the only Steam Sterilizer in town for Massage. Shop on Richmond St, HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. Jersey Bull Hemy Simpson 8842 Season 191 For the benefit of those who like to get their Coal from the car, we will say that we expect to have coal on cars and men to load your wagons each day during this month. Our brands of GOOD COAL are "What was the matter with the hotel page who was hurried to the repair shop?" "He was calling for Sultan Hadji Mohammed Tainalni Kiram of Sulu and stepped on his tongue." New Style on the Grid. i. J. W. SWEENEY. J. E. Robinson, ATTORNEY. LAWYER and COUNTY Will Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. over Police Court. Phone 194. -- Office Call and see us for a good r Hair Cut and Clean Shave The Only Two White Barbers In Town. &cJjS&& "I saw your boy getting his hair cut." "Yes. Since the new rules in football there's no use letting it grow." Out of Harmony. See the tall sign, INorth side of Public Square. . M HOUSE. "Dixie Gem" A Genuine Jellico Coal s DR. Wm. BURNETT PhYsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6. Westbourne Block A Genuine Semi Cannel Coal. 66 H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, All Work Guaranteed. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Straight Greek A coal which you all know. 55 Clara Why, I thought you knew that De Teyser girl. Maude I did, but I don't speak to her any more since I saw her eating chocolate ice cream in a pink gown. Brute! high-clas- sheep. j i J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. Fruit and Shade Trees The farmer who Is breeding a flock of Improved mutton sheep and feeding them In an Intelligent and painstaking manner, may plan his feeding operations so that he may have a good near- girl's she had uttered a suppressed by city market every week In the year. scream. It was immediately after this that the two returned. Farm-yarmanures benefit the soil When we rejoined the rajah he exby acting as a mulch and make hu- pressed a hope that we had enjoyed mus, but their benefit to the growing ourselves. lie was very effusive in crops depends entirely upon the his offers of hospitality and friendship. amount of nitrogen, phosphenfc acid He asked us how we were pleased with and potash they contain. the ladies, and when we expressed ourselves delighted he said that we It is true that the generality of had not seen the most beautiful. He farm mares are low In quality, but clapped his hands, a servant appeared, that Is no valid excuse for farmers to he gave an order in a tongue we did d pleased, we devoted ourselves each to a pretty Indian girl. Presently I missed Bob. lie and the girl he was with had strolled away into a sort of inclosed summer garden. I invited my companion to go off in the same way, but she gave me a look that was all the warning I needed. I contented myself with remaining with the others. Bob and the girl he was with remained away from the rest of us for some time. When he returned he appeared to be quite proud of himself, though the girl's face wore a frightened look. As soon as we were alone he told me that he had taken the sweetest kiss he had ever tasted. I asked him if he was sure he was unobserved, and he said he saw. no one about, but while his lips touched the M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. We also carry a large stock of Big Block and Nut coal, Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Men's Garments. Phone 340. Public Square. -- that are much cheaper y in price. Your Needs In Coal Are h. ltf. Faulkner, VIgr. Office Hours Office over What We Have. Mrs. Wirebriar Yet when you fell In love with me Mr. Wirebriar I didn't fall in. I was dragged in. Beyond Computation. 8 a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to i. Stormes' Drug Store. B. H. IF1. "WJLTER. Lancaster, Ky. DENTIST. Phone 65. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. persist In breeding horses that nobody wants, not even themselves. Sheep raising numbers among Its requirements quietness and contentment In a degree perhaps not so essential to success In the handling of other breeds of live stock. In the production of strawberries the best specimens are obtained only by careful culture, -- he plants should be of a large fruited and firm fruited variety of the best flavor. Begin to take the chill off the water you give the horses when the weather gets cold. You can heat It cheaper on the stove than you can in the stomach of the horse. A thick coat of paint daubed over the severed limbs when pruning in the orchard or wood lot prevents cracking of the wood and gives the trees a bet- H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. ter appearance. Electric Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. The ordinary diversified farm with its abundant use of horsepower furnishes Ideal conditions for growing, developing and training draft horses. to 100 hens to build a shed close to the henhouse in which to deposit the droppings during the winter. 25 Bitters Very Serious It will pay anyone that keeps from it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE free range and feed' largely of whole or cracked corn, wheat or oats. It is best to separate pullets from the rest of the flock, let them have to create capacity. You may breed for ltbut you can't It Is impossible create it and It's a very Important function In the dairy cow. not understand, the servaut withdrew, and in a few minutes our host led us Into another room where were assembled several of the handsomest Indian women I have ever seen. The rajah introduced us, then left us, saying that he would take a nap. One of the women, apparently with the consent of the others, took Bob under her especial care, another took me, and It wasn't long before, under pretense of showing us some of the rajah's most valuable curios, they led us into a suit of rooms filled with enough rare articles to stock a museum. Bob and I soon got into separate rooms. My companion and I seated ourselves on a divan and were chat-tin- s about the curios when I noticed that she had been using some strange perfume. She gradually drew nearer to me, and I noticed a deathly sickness coming over me. An Instinct of self preservation, I suppose, led me to get up from the divan. My next idea was to find Bob. I staggered into another room. There was Bob with his lips glued to those of the girl he was with. Seeing me. she unwound her arms from about him, and he fell to the floor. I went to him, bent over him and knew that he wus dead. There was a door near by opening into a. garden. I managed- to get to it and passed out. The fresh air revived me, and, regaining the strength of my legs, I ran like n deer anywhere to get away from the horrible death I had barely escaped. I returned. to Calcutta and told my tory. Nothing could 'be done In the matter; it is'not the policy of the British government to punish Indians who take revenge on Europeans for such offenses. Brltton's sudden death received no official notice whatever. I was considered to have made a lucky - Cement We are exclusive agents I I JIL Discouraging the Boy. J. T1NSLEY, PHONE 329--J. County Surveyor. Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. Lancaster, Kentucky. "A race war in which twenty-fiv- e Ives were lost was started by a prom- J5. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician 61a33es Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. issory note." "Humph! What a slaughter would OOWWOOQOCOOOCOOOOOCOOC0 happen if the umpire turned down the home team!" for "Old Dominion Cement" the best we can buy. There ( are many kinds of JPortland Cement, but this must stand Gut Flowers of QUALITY. $00000000000000090ft09006000fr Ware McRoberts. Henry L. Casey, d.v.s VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. United States Army the test or the United States Government would i not use so much of it Office Telephone 32 at Logan's Stable. and 432. DANVILLE. KV 'Til be awful glad when I am old enough to do as I please," said Sammy to his father. "Poor boy!" replied the "About as soon as you get to you'll get married." Oakdale Herd of Let us figure with you on your Cement Work. We carry RED BRICK, SAND and WALL PLASTER. father. Registered Durocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. Fall boars and gilts for sale. that age A Their Destination. J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. It is a very serious matter to ask for one medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to " be careful to get the genuine BLAck-DraugH- T There is the most money In the There has never been any doubt In long run In dairying by selling the my mind that the two girls who affectcream or butter only and keeping the ed Bob and me had been fed on a other products on the farm. poison and were In the rajah's service as secret executioners. The Duroc Jersey sows are very docile; they are easily bandied during the breeding and farrowing season and IF I HAD ECZEMA. 3 are very prolific breeders. escape. Liver Medicine The reputation of this old, reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, la firmly established. It does not imitate Other medicines. It is better than others, or it would not be the favorite liver powder, with a larger sale than all others combined. SOLD IN TOWN F2 I'd wash it away with that mild, Under no circumstances should anything be added to milk to prevent its soothing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle, souring. Such doings violate the law 25c. Relieves all kinds of skin trouble, of both God and man. cleansyig away the impurities and The problem of keeping the boys clearing up the complexion as nothing and girls on the farmstead is solving else. can. iUself, for farm life Is becoming more Yes, If I had any kind ot skin trouind more attractive. ble I'D USE D. D." D. R. E. Mc- ' Old News Papers For .Sale. Roberta & son. IUGHES ANI UDSON Phone 26. Dr. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- . Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky. I have just opened up a new, clean ' m &' ff mar-- Barber Shop on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my Mr. Bung When Ripper was ried he and his bride went away in hia friends to call and see me. Cleaa motorcar. Miss Blng So? Where did they Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention fipend their honpymoon? .. "In a hospital." JOHNDUNCAN. n, -- .. r Kf J,i . V" i , .. mTwi N. A 4"r.rS8fc 1A V. t i feio.. i R B H ! That each day of the present Fall Season shall be an opening to our many friends and patrons and will be afforded an opportunity of seeing a 'full and complete line of Ladies Tailored Suits, Coats and Skirts. We invite your inspection of same. : that you Our Time Is Yours. y - -- Our Pleasure In Showing You. afH& El Th Who isDave Dave is the only man that handles IS "I'M 1 ii o t 6pll . JOft. a G T)G tri-coun- ty 1 n 1 " C " J 1- -t fTfJ SWSM COAL IN LANCASTER. J h Lancaster Lumber & vrc: M Oq. &&&& m IT IS NOT MAGIC THAT PRODUCES i 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 f H GLEN LILY FLOUR do so today. i ! Garrard Mk, Go. Lancaster, Kentucky. lifrlillliJlMfUMJ fUratginiiiJiraiMrgJligfl'iWiB 'S' SCHOOL BOOKS k m - AND - School Supplies. CASH ON LY. 1 iWcRoberts Drug Store mmMimm mirtMLmsm m &$ It o THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. a A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. ST0RMES, Vtce Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. J. F. ROBINSON, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxe YOUR For BUSINESS. Rent Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. to his old Kentucky home in eight Attend the Institue jn the day time crowd of people ever gathered in Lanyears and he has held some splendid and the picture show at night. caster. Chief Herron did not have to I YUU'U. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. E I meetings at Pleasant Grove and other strengthen his force, and can go to churches at his old home in Garrard The Teachers's Institute. rest at night wjth the assurance that and is an excellent minister who has a all is well, even if there is a crowd in The House and lot for sale or rent. J. E. Institute is in session town. great future. Burgin at the Graded School building this The citizens and teachers of the Nevius. Republican. A Brief Mention of the Comings and week and if anyone who is skeptical S town and county are.doing their utFor Sale Hill onions sets. hill Mr. and Mrs. Givens Terrill are in as to Goings by Those Wi Are Interested In. the attention being given the most to make the stay of the onions and white clover honey. visitors Louisville for a weeks visit. cause of education in this section of in S35JS the community a pleasant one. Walton E. Moss. Phone 35-- F The Misses McWhorters of Paint Kentucky could go there and have a Prof. Hufleet. Field Agent of the Mrs. S. R. Cook of Lexington has Lick are with their aunt Mrs. W. S. glance at the 150 intelligent faces For Rent My house on Lexington Sue Bennett Memorial School. London been visiting Mrs. John Walters. gathered at the meeting, their doubts Ky., is Avenue adjoining the one in which I Carrier. attending the Institute in the would be quickly dispelled. live. Mrs. Susan Fisher. Mrs. J. Thomas Parks of Danville is interest of his school. Mr. James Hilton of Middlesboro has The Institute was organized on Monvisiting her sister Mrs. J. B. Wood. Mrs. H. B. Pearcy, connected with Bargain 12 II. P. Foos gasoline enaccepted a position in Mr J. E. Stormes day and Miss Knapp West wa3 chosen Mr. and Mrs. William Ward are re Drug Store. as Secretary, which position she is the Independent Orphans Home of gine; replaced by Electric Motor. 4 P. 0. Box 353, Danville. Ky. cuperating by a stay at Elixir Springs filling in a very able and acceptable Louisville is here with a view of bringMrs. Bright Herring has returned manner. This position is one that ing that institution to the attention of Mrs. Arthur Butner and son of from a visit to friends in Lexington For Sale carries with it a great deal of labor, the teachers. The Orphants Home is Lebanon Junction are with Garrard and Richmond. no stranger to Lancaster people, and x aside from the actual duties devolving SSi acres of land, well improved on relatives. upon her, she is required to answer its work is a laudable one. and it is to pike, two miles from Lancaster, well Mrs. Sarah Brooks and daughter be hoped that Mrs. Pearcy will meet Miss Alma and Mary Lear have lt watered. Price right, call on James P. Miss Mollie were visitors of Miss Rella an endless number of inquiries coming with the recognition she deserves. turned from a visit to Mrs. of Arnold, Tuesday. from all sources. Superintendent Bourne, Lancaster, Ky. Prof. Riley, our Supt. is mingling Louisville. Higgins is as busy as possibly could Beginning Oct 3rd I will give a ticket Professor and Mrs. S. N. Nickell of be, looking after the comfort and en- with the crowd of teachers and helping Miss Bettie Miller is in Knoxville, to show them that we have the best with each cash dollar spent with me Harrodsburg are guests cf Mr. and tertainment of the visitors. for a protracted visit to Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. Ross Bastin. Prof. T. C. Noe of Lexington, one of Graded School in the State. This is from now until Jan 1st, 1912. each tickSamuel Miller, the faculty of the State College is the his first year here and he has never et will give you a chance on the $25 The Woman's Club gave a reception Instructor, Mrs. Jesse Walden and children of insti- Sewing Machine. J. W. Walker, tf. " and he is proving himself before a.lended this Danville have been recent visitors of Thursday evening in honor of Mrs. to be one of tute, however, he is as popular among the best ever heard at an Charles P, Weaver of Louisville. Mrs. Sue Respass, Seed Wheat For Sale. Institute in this section. He is both the teachers as he is among the patrons and trustees of the school. The Mesdames Rose and Boiling of 100 bushels of no 1 seed wheat for Misses Jennie and Katie May Dicker-so- n instructive and entertaining and the were guests on Saturday of of Buckeye are with Misses Minnie teachers as a unit are high in their other Lancaster Graded school teachers sale also 200 bushels of onions. B. F. Mrs. W. S. Carrier. praise of him, both as an instructor are attending and making themselves Robinson. Phone 363 B. Brown and Minnie Gully this week. and a gentlemon. He is ably assisted useful in many dilFerent ways. Mrs. Henry Simpson and little daughMiss Margret Stagg and Miss Lucile by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, SuperProf. Milton Elliott was here Wedter Elizabeth Logan Simpson are in Ballou of Stanford have been visiting intendent of schools in Rowan county, nesday in the interest of Ginn & Co. Lexington visiting. Miss Carrie Belle Romans this week. The exercises are proving interestwho is noted throughout the state both as an educator and a teacher. Mrs. Fisher Herring of Preachers-vill- e ing to the entire community, and the Pool Perkins was in Lexington the spent Suuday and Monday with There are present about 150 teachers people are showing their appreciation past week to see his sistr Miss Cora being equally divided Miss Lily Dale Grant. between three by their attendence. The Institue I Perkins a student at Hamilton College. counties. Superintendent John W. meets next year in Harrodsburg. Mr--J. Henry Ilankla, and daughter Mrs. George Bogard of Richmond, Rawlings, well known in Lancaster, The visitors are loud in their praise Miss Lucie of Junction City are here has been the recent guest of her sis- both as a lawyer and school superinten of Superintendent Higgins and Secre-- 1 attending the Institute. ters Misses Emma and Lucy Walker dent, heads the Boyle delegation, while tary West, they are leaving nothing kj Miss Mary Chestnut will leave shortly Doty. Miss Ora L. Adams, a young lady of undone that will add to the comfort for a protracted visit to her sister rare intellectual ability and refinement and pleasure of the guests. Both handle Miss Georgie Dunn Superintendent m Burdette of Oklahoma. of the State C. E. Prison work is at the Superintendent of Schools for their respective duties as if they had U Mrs. D. M. Lackey is at home from home' from a stay in Frankfort, and Mercer County is at the head of the made a life study of them. delegation fromthat county. Prof. S. vu tut.- uiry mac jacK ot space pre a weeks stay with her cousin Mrs. Lexington. H. Nickell, who is well known heie, vents us from giving a more detailed James W. Caperton of Richmond. Mr and Mrs J. R. Henry and daugh- having been formerly a member of the account of the various days proceed(& Mrs. Eliza Ogg and daughter of ter, Miss Lillie and Mr J. T. Henry left faculty at the local school, now princi- ings at the institute, together with a Persons Madison are with Mrs. George. M. Wednesday in their automobile, for pal of the Graded School at Harrodslistofthe namesof those in attendance. possessed boin during this month are of much will power, great Patterson for the Teachers Institute. Illinois to be gone several weeks. burg is here together with his faculty Mrs. Chas. P. Weaver of Louisville tact and taste, are courteous and afcomposed of eight teachers. addressed the Institute on Thursday Mrs. Ernest Holtzclaw of Covington Mrs. Ann Walker left Monday for Prof. Nickell is accompanied by his afternoon. Mrs. Weaver came under fable, are noted for their wit and last is visiting her grand parents Mr. and TTllntincrtnn V Vn few n vioif m hnrbut not least show that they know a Mrs. W E. Anderson of Bryantsville. daughter Mrs. D. D. Geiirer. She was wife, both of whom are very popular the auspices of the local Women's Club good thing as soon as they commence here, aud are the recipients of much Her talk was very interesting. Dr. A. B. Elkin of Louisville son of accompanied by her grandson John F. attention from their many friends. to trade with R. S. BROWN. The Mr. M. F. Elkin attended the funeral Walker, who will return immediately. store that sells Cadet Stockings. Prof. Howard Breeding, together Entire change of pictures every night of his uncles T. S. Elkin on Sunday. Mrs. J. W. Lane, and Mrs. Geo, H. with his faculty of three teachers of at the Opera house. Mrs. William Hays and daughter Lane of Buena Vista Miss Bessie Sing- the Junction City Graded School, Prof. For Sale An ideal home in StanMiss Emma Hughes Hays of Stanford, leton, Master Henry Hackley Lane, and 0. B. Jones and faculty of five of the James I Hamilton Watkins are the Burgin Graded School and Prof. Clar- ford, house contains six rooms and bath are guests of Mr. aad Mrs. James A. guest of Mr. and Mrs. James I. Hamil- ence Adams and his assistant who will garden, fruit trees, barn, hen house, The undersigned hereby give warnBeazley-Mr- s. ton this week. open the initial session of a Graded and coal house. As I desire to go West ing to all persons not to transpass upon W. D. Newland and Mr Burnie Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Elkin of Lex School at Salvisa in Mercer county, in will sell at a bargain if sold at once. our lands for any purpose whatever as b ish of Crab Orchard were recent Call on or write A. E. Patterson, Stan- - we will prosecute all offenders to fulguests of Mr. and Mrs Robert R. ington and daughter Mrs. Edwin a new building on November 1st, are lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Ky. the teachers of Graded Schools from ! Moritz of New York, Mr. and Mrs. Burnside. Fishermen especially take notice. adjoining counties who are in attendJohn Lee Elkin of Nicholasville, Mrs. Jno M Farra Sqnire R Parsons Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie entertained at Alice Huffman and daughter Mr. Black- ence. Game Season Closed. W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price The Garrard county teachers tenderan elegant six o'clock dinner Saturday burn Huffman and family of Stanford The hunting season for all sorts of E F Herring W A Price in honor of Mrs. John M. Logan of were here Sundav for the funeral of ed a reception to their guests at the game, including rabbits and squirrels, W S Embry S L Rich school building Tuesday afternoon, New York City. Mr. T. S. Elkin. which was richly enjoyed by all. Prof. closed September 15. The quail sea- Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Miss Frankye Kauffman who has Mr 0. U. Terrill has servered his con Noe lectured at the court house Wed- son begins on November 15. A few Dave Thompson J W Sweeney been visiting Mrs. Banks Hudson in Z T Rice nection with the Peoples Bank at Paint nesday night, his subjuct was well years ago legislature passed a Jas Sutton Danville left Sunday for a visit to hunting of any kind during Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels Lick and on next Monday will leave for chosen, was interesting and instructive relatives in Hustonville. Cincinnati where he will take a position alike to the teachers and to the citi- the two months immediately preceding D B Anderson H C Arnold H C Hamilton, Mrs. B. F. Walters was hostess for with one of the" leading banks of that zens of the community, who attended theopen season for quail. This was W G Anderson, city. Ollie is a good all round man at in great numbers. On Thursday even- done because many people would go L H Brown G Y Conn six o'clock course dinner Friday evenJ G Conn ing the honor guest being Mrs. John the banking business and will succeed ing Prof. G. D. Smith teacher of out hunting under the pretext of kill- T W Conn where ever he goes. Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. M. Logan of New York City. Science at the East. Ky., Normal, ing rabbits, squirrels, etc., and would J G Clark Dr. W Burnett Richmond, gave his lecture, "Thei also kill quails before the law was out. Mrs Maggie Boulden Mrs. E, C. Gaines and Miss Sophro-wi- ll Old Mrs. Alex Moberley and daughter W K LeavelL Eagle Tree" at the court house, In order to stop this the law was pass- C G Gay go as delegates to the Mrs. Flora Moberley Thompson of nia Fcx John Boian and the lecture was pronounced one of ed and it is now regarded as prima E Dunn Coffeyville, Kansas are guests of Mr. State U. D. C, Convention to be held the best and most instructive ever facie evidence of guilt to even be E G Hammoqk Mrs. Mackie McGrath. and Mrs. W.' E. Amon of Bryantsville. in Lexington October 18 and 19th. heard here, the lecture was profusely caught in the field .with dog and gun Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan Mrs. Mattie P, Frisbie President of the during these two months. J. W. Simpson Mrs. Robert E. McRoberts and i Mary Walker Prioe Chapter will lead illustrated. NOTES. daughter, Miss Lettie'Mae, of Lancas- the delegation. Mrs. F. P. Frisbie and ter, are in Danville ......Hon. a. number of other Lancaster daughProf. T. E. Cleland, principal of the Joseph Robinson and Editor Green ters will also attend the Convention Parksville schools, is here and has Clay Walker, of Lancaster, were in and the unveiling of the John Morgan proven quite an acquisition to the exDanville yesterday mingling with Monument. ercises, his talks proving timely, infriends. Danville Advocate. teresting and instructive. Prof. Clell-an- d The following invitations are being reis well acquainted here, having Dr. H. G. Sandlin is going to leave ceived this week, by friends of the contaught school at Buena Vista, away us there is no doubt it. He is going to tracting parties. in the, "well we will not give away Texas and buy a big ranch. He has Mr. and Mrs. William Barbour Mason back tlje Professor's age but he knows all sold his houses and his automobile and request th honour of your presence We have the Newest,Nicest and Most of our old citizens. horse and furniture etc, etc, preparaat the marriage of their daughter to her reputaMrs. Stewart lives up Millinery Store in this section of the state. The tory to moving. We are sorry- In Edna Barbour tion of being a splendid educator and common with hundreds of others we latest styles selected by a Milliner of many years to instructor as well as lecturer, and regret to see him and his family leave Mr. William Fox Logan experience. Anything you desire infuiis line when, she rises to her feet everyone Richmond. We hope that he will be on the evening of Wednesday October J knows they are going to hear some will be found here. Give us a trial and you will prosperous and happy, and not get the eighteenth thing interesting. ' lonesome. Pan tagraph. at eight o'clock besatisfied. Prices in reach of everv .one. For once the travelling men had to Presbyterian Church Rev. B. Thomas' Broadus, of Texas take second choice at the"Kengarlan," Lancaster, Kentucky. and his brother, Mr. Franklin Broadus, the teachers crowding that hostelry to t I I 'it . ri ' . ' " At Home of Garrard county, were guests of their its capacity and Host Zimmer was ,W. H. Sanders and Mrs. after November the first uncle, Mr. was compelled to store his "drummers" 232 Pierce Street Burgin Friday and Saturin cellar, attic and parlor. Sanders at Danville, Kentucky. V Without doubt it is the most orderly 223 Main Street. day. This is Rev. Broddas' first visit Kingston, .Pennsylvania. Gossip About n eople i . re-Ho- ty Bry-antsvil- le -tf H I WcZl mm -- ! Mrs-Charle- s - BETSY'S POINTERS - POSTED fo, I to-da- y. feadies Hats. pisses flats. Up-To-Date Childrens Hats. - v 1- - SAUNDERS. i J ' ,", n I' 7 ...i -- ,fi. J .. . e j, ti v sb We wish to announce to the people of Garrard and surrounding counties that on ft Announcement. I th, r. -- We will open a branch Studio in the old Studio rooms in Lancaster, adjoining Currey's Grocery. We will have a representative here every Saturday there-afteWe are prepared to take any kind of Photograph, Finish Kodak Work apd do Framing. Give us a trial, Xi The Cassiday Studio. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1883. OF LANCASTER, KY. j B. F. HUDSON, President. e Citizens National Bank CAPITAI, $50,000. a SURPLUS $30,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ' , Book-Keepe- r. 1 W. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., I 5 to movements of sheep going into other states intended for purposes other than COLUMN immediate slaughter. All sheep not intended for such purposes to be shipped into other states must be billed through V0$ OOOO0OO4OOOCOO4 600000000 0 Louisville or Covington and there dipprtpnce below this heading Is for the exclu- ed under the supervision of a Federal sive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on inspector who will certify to the inter farm ns the farmer cannot afford to adver- state movement of such sheep. A vio tise. No notice will be accepted over four lation of these rules by county inspeclines, and will be only In ,wo issues of the tors is punishable by a fine of from Record, free of charge $100 to $500 and the rule must be strict For Sale A number of ypung horses. ly enforced by all county live stock in spectors. Walton Moss. OeOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOQOO0vO Called Down. I i im i FARMER'S i ML, Hvty. jM.s SC -- -. 5 :xsi' FFGHErV - Call and see us for a good V Hair Cut and Clean Shave The Only Two White Barbers In Town. CABINET See 66 II H m M F YOU the tall siun, orth side of Public Square. . HOUSE. BURNETT Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. Prompt Attention. Jim Clouse Bought of Mr, Lemon Evans one colt for sixty-si- x dollars. Poland China Boars, weighing about 100 lbs. W. S. Embry. Sale-T- wo LAME EVERY MORNING. A F. Hudson. J. J.' Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. For Bad Back Is Always Worse In The There's bound to bo a fuss. If you and I untidy are. Somewhere there'll be a muss. If you and I are selfish, then Will someone suffer wronij. If you and I rob birds' nests, why The world will lose a sons." Paulino Frances Camp. Fancy Cookery. see and I are cross you 1XR. Wm. Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone f. Morning Lancaster People Are Find ing Relief. So For Sale Five good milch cows and calves. Thos W. Conn, Lancaster Ky. RFD Nol. 14 C. S. Sanders bought of Taylor Pres- m Are You A Woman ? ton one mare for $50.00 and also one in the morning. Makes you feel as if horse from Linard Caff for seventy you hadn't slept at all. $75.00 Can't cure a bad back until you cure the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills reFor Sale-lgSuperior drill $12.00 lieve sick kidneys make you feel bet5 thorough bred Hampshire boars, 1 ter, work better, rest better and sleep Jersey bull calf subject to register on better. sires side. Phone S. H. Aldridge, The following statement proves the Hyattsville, Ky. ood that aches all day and causes discomfort at night is usually worse A back Not at the Reunion. merit of Doan's. Cardui The Woman's Tonic EL 1 'SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Oct 8th. EHHH SPECIAL TRAIN .50 Trip Round L. W. Cox, 302 Bowyer St., Lexington, Ky., says: "My occupation required much heavy lifting and I believe that this was the cause of my trouble. I first noticed a dull pain in my back which became so acute that I could not rest. When I arose in the morning. I was lame and stiff and felt Pifiy-on- e export cattle owned by First Lunsford Y;n 'ell, were shipped to New so tired that I could hardly commence Skipp Vet I didn't at our reunion. York this morning, They were unusual- the day's duties. My kidndy's were Second Vet No; he ly fine ones, weighing about 1,420 also disordered and the kidney secreEIe always vas." pounds, and are said tohave brought tions caused me annoyance by their G cents per pound. Danville Advocate frequency in passage. I doctored and Black and tried any number of remedies but suffering Mr. 0. H. DeBaun, of Cornishville, could find no relief When has bought a two year old stallion colt severely I had Doan's Kidney Pills from' Phil Sims for $400. This is said brought to my attention and deciding to be one of the highest priced colts to take them, I procured a supply. I sold in this county for a long while. soon improved and aftar I had taken Mr. DeBaun also bought a four-yethe contents of a Tew boxes I was old jack for $450. cured. ' ' For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Bonta Brothers sold J. P. Huddleson, cents. n Co., Buffalo, of Tennessee, thirty yearling sugar New York, sold agents for the United mules at an average of $170. William States. Bonta has bought for this firm thirty Remember the name Doan's and mule colts at an average of $98, the take no other. highest price for any one being $125 paid to J. Z. Burrus. Harrodsburg Pretty Likely. Herald. When a woman enters a prize contest she is likely to feel pretty sure In the Lexington Circuit Court Mrs. that the winner had a pull with the' R. T. Lowndes, of Danville, has sued Judges. the L. & N. road for ten thousand dollars for the loss of the noted saddle Bargain Gale in Moving Pictures. mare. Princess Sonia. She was shinn A. suburban draper has tilt on a ed to the Illinois State Fair to be novel idea, says the London Chronishown and it is alleged, was neglected, cle. The scenes at his great bargain contracted an illness from which she sale are to be reproduced at a local "Go and seo it see died. picture theater if you can recognize yourself in the W. B. Burton shipped on Wednesday crowd." To all his patrons the enterto the Wilson Live Stock Co. Wilson N. prising shopkeeper issues tickets which Accustomed C. a carload of stock consisting of 13 admit to the show at reduced prices. Will it answer? Of course. For he harness horses which he bought at an average cost of $175. and 12 mules appeals to two human instincts the desire for a bargain and the desire to which cost on an average $203. per see oneself, as it were, in a looking head. This is the second load Mr. Bur- glass cheap. Why else does anyone ton has shipped to this firm recently, turn and glance-- at the reflections in and from this time on he expects to a free looking glass? The shopkeep make them shipments at regular inter- er appeals to the common meanness and vanity of his fellow mortals. vals. T. B. Bright purchased at Richmond court 15 cotton mules at prices ranging from $150 to $200. Messrs R. L. Hubble and Eubanks Bros, also purchased several mules at Richmond on court day. ar many people have the idea that fancy cooking is a highly complex process, when it is often only a new arrangement of materials or food served in a different form. If one has a good idea of the first principles of cookery It is comparatively easy to fancy dishes. elaborate many Through the Ingenuity of the cook, so many combinations of food may be made by changing the flavor and form of foods, that they may appeal In such dress that one may have a new dish for every day In the year. The simple white sauce for example, which is made by using two of butter melted In a hot saucepan, stirring In two tablespoon-fulso-calltable-spoonfuls H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky. r M. K. Denny, rsH DENTIST Office over Mlas Arnold's Millinery. V s of flour. When well mixed add a cupful of milk and cook for five min- Lancaster Dry Cleaning'Co Cleaning and. Pressing Ladies and Men's Garments. Phone 340. Public Square. see old General is in retreat. Tan. utes. This same "white sauce may become a fancy dish when served with fish baked or boiled, or in croquettes, by chopped adding sometimes hard sour cooked eggs. Again, chopped pickle or olives plain or stuffed, are added. The white sauce may be changed in consistency by adding less or more flour. For croquettes we need a thicker sauce, using the same amount d of a cupful of of milk and one-thir- h. V. Faulkner, jIgr. Office Honrs 8 R.m flour. high-soundin- :o li. 1 p.m. to I. Office over Stormes Drug Stora. dessert that may have a very name on the menu card, will be found to be a combination of very simple things. A g B- - F. "Waxtjer. DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. Phone 65. Foster-Milbur- Dandelion, Creole Style. 1-- m Wash the leaves carefully and let them stand In salt water for Ave hours. A ham shank Is boiled for two County hours, then the dandelions are added PHOKE and cooked until tender. Drain, chop Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. fine, season with butter, pepper and salt, and serve with the chopped meat Lancaster, Kentucky. from the ham shank. Garnish with eggs. hard cooked Spinach must be washed In large quantities of water to remove the sand, which settlea In the creases of the leaves. t J. TINSLEY, Surveyor. S-J. i IT' to It. Hobo's Troubles. , "This is a peculiar world," sighed Harry the Hobo. "I've always noticed that the poorer cook a woman is the more likelier she is to have some cold vlttles for me when ask her for them I" Toledo Blade. 1 2?. Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician 9000OO6OPOOO0000OOOOOOO04 bin "I Told You So." of QUALITY. Mowers "What pleasure do you derive from beii a pessimist?" "A great deal." replied Mr Growcher. "When tho worst happens I at least have the satisfaction of posing as a prophet." &064 0OOOCH00OCOOWXOO0040OOC0OCa Ware McRoberts. VETERINARIAN. Henry L. Casey, Office Telephone ! J o.v.s v. z. Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Telephones Installed Since May 1st, 191 397 165 B. Burton reports the following 6OOO)frOOO0OCOOOOOOOOOe0 Similarity. purchases of horses and mules this week Algernon It strikes me one combined four year old gelding of is a great deal like Wagner. Ethel Like Wagner? Mr. Broaddus of Richmond for $200., Algernon Yes; you've got to preone 5 year old harness horse of W. W. &060ooooooooceoooo6o Bales of Richmond for $225., two har- tend to like it whether you do or not! ness geldings of J. H. Baughman for Kathryn Why did you refuse Lord Go to the BEST Place if you want $365., a six year old harness hnrsp nf Sidestep's offer? the BEST WORK. Johnston Price for $500., a 4 year oldl A Flat Family. Alice Policemen and street car conWe have the only Steam Ster"There goes Flathurst with two ductors call me "lady" so much I'm gelding of John Foster of Lincoln for $165., 3 harness horses of Duckworth bundles under his arms. Playing Sanused to the title. ilizer in town for Massage. Shop ta Claus, I'll bet." & Benton of Nicholasville for $380. and on Richmond St, "Yes; he probably has a new jara pair of 5 year old mules of Wm. HumThe Turning of the Tide. diniere for the rubber plant and a colHENRV DUNCAN phrey of ML Hebron for $410. lar for Fidokins, his wife's poodle." "W . that-footba- ll im f f)r r (1 I Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. United States Army at Logan's Stable. and isi. DANVILLE. KY Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. Fall boars and gilts for sale. J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. 1. 357H G. A. Ballard Miss Fannie Bishop F. G. Hurt 339-- J 3G3-- S J. Q. Mahan J. W. Mahan G. A.JMorgan Misses Moss & Lay. . . . . Dressmaking. " Dr. R. L. Pontius Vetinary Surgeon. 383-James Rankin Residence Bright's Bend. 384-T. C. Rankin .....Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike 213 Turner & Carpenter Grocery Campbell St. 381 Miss Margaret Zanone Residence Crab Orchard St Paste this in your telephone book. 374-- S 186 365 Residence 2 M below Lowell on R R Residence Crab Orchard St. Residence Water St Residence 3 M Richmond pike. Residence 6 M Lexington pike. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. U A The Bastin Telephone Company, Inc., Lancaster,Ky. John I Van Arsdall, auctioneer, reports the sale of Ches Noel as follows Reasonably So. "Is he what you would call a steady Seven year old brood mare, $208 6 year man?" old brood mare $214; 5 year old harness "Tolerably steady, for a person In gelding, $170; 3 year old colt, $150; 2 his line of work." weanling colts, $65 to 85; 2 weanling "What does he do?" mule colts, $140; 3 sows and 2 pigs, $72 "He walks a wire in vaudeville.'" 20 fat hogs, 6 cents; fat steers, from 4J to 5 cents per lb; 4 milk cows, $35 to Being Merely Human. $60; 40 sheep, $6.40 a head; 3 suckling "Mamma, hasn't papa made enough calves, $20 a head; 3 good farm horses, money to retire from business?" $75 to $100; hay, $1 a hundred; corn "Yes, deaf; that's why he doesn't at the .heap, $3.05: bees. S5 to sa 9 retire." stand; farming implements and house- uum furniture sold well. brawlng Distinctions. , j "Is it hard t$ stem, a current?" ., . T r. Fir A " m.yiie, "" otaie jive atock "That depends on whether you're InRnpptni .. Vina .si:.l II 0 uuiiueu an county live trying to check', a torrent or dock a stock inspectors that they must certify small fruit" , ..., The Old Reliable Barber. Jersey Bull Henry Dr. R. L Pontius, Kentucky. Veterinary Surgeon Simpson 88427 and Dentist. L Season 1911. Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. --- Lancaster, J. W. " r.. en.-- . onLexington street next to the post office ano? will be glad to have my LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTORNEY. friends to call and see me. Clean Will Practice-Iall State Courts and Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention U. S. District Getting the Son In HI Eyes. SWEENEY. J. E. Robinson, I jhave just opened up a new, clean Barber Shop .' ' v Office over Police Court: Court. Phone 194. - . - JOHN DUNCANV .j& . rflag. vWWfeg. -