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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 13, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911101301_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 13, 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. s aSWW kW if i . J V -- - mv J ' 1? THE CENTRAL RECOItD POKE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 1911. "The Bible in Life to Day" is the morning sabject at Methodist church next Sunday 11 a m no service at night Lot Sale At Paint Lick. NUMBER 27. rs33C&33S&CS33S$33eS HEATING AND i PLUMBING. We use the best material the market affords. Let us make you an esti- r mate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. &3S33m&3S3333S33&3X 1 t5i rl Attention Ladies FINE All the New Shades in Velvets and Tans. Up To Date Toes and Lasts. None Better, Few As Good. Let I . ,n jm There is to be a sale of town lots at arrears. E71I Paint Lick Saturday. The sale is to be Mr. R. H. Batson is remodeling his There will be a Pie Supper at Syca- conducted under the auspices of home house next Friday night people, and this insures a square deal. gents furnishing store and putting in more school October 20th The proceeds for benefit Paiit Lick is a thriving town and this clothing cabinets. is a splendid opportunity for her people of school libary Every body invited. Successful Meeting In Progress to secure a nice site for a residence at between LOST On Sunday, night The meeting at the Baptist church their own price. Baptist church and home, a crescent continues to attract large crowds, and brooch. Reward if returned to Miss Go To Paint Lick. there has been several additions to the Pearl Bettis at Batson's store. church. The meeting will continue Messrs W. 0. Rigney, Henley Bastin through this week. There is an epidemic of typhoid fever J. W. Sweeney, Parker Gregory, A. T. in Paris Ky. An investigation shows Anderson and George Smith Jr. went James Kennedy Dies. that many of the patients drank from up to Paint Lick in Bris Conn's big James Kennedy, son of Mr. and the same spring of water and the auto last Saturday night to assist tb' to that Masonic lodge of that place in confer Mrs. Grove Kennedy of the Preach-ersvilspread of disease is attributed neighborhood died Monday of source. ing the Master's degree on sever' bladder trouble. His remaius were incandidates. terred in the cemetery at Preachers-vill- e Republics Speaking. Thursday. McWilliams Dies. Judge Edward C. O'Rear, Republican They Liked Lancaster. candidate for Governor, will speak at Jas. McWilliams who was shot near the court house at 1 o'clock p. m. Mt. Hebron, an account of which apThe teachers who assembled here Friday October 20th. Judge O'Rear is peared in last weeks issue of the Rec- last week from Boyle and Mercer an eloquent speaker and will doubtless ord, died last Thursday and his remains were favorably impressed counties draw a good crowd. were laid to rest at flit. neDron on with Lancaster and our people and we Friday. Loton Ray for whom a war heard many kindly expressions from Mrs. Wherritt Has Accident rant was issued charging him with them concerning the treatment they received while here. They were a Mrs. Thos. Wherritt was the victim shooting McWilliams is still at large. representative body of people, the kind of an accident last Saturday which To Establish Store. we like to have among us, and we hope came near rendering her a cripple; she leg of her sewing matripped over the The recently orzanized Farmers Un to have them with us again before P. an hf QPATl in rmr inrinrlrkTAr 4lfc Am chine and fell cutting a gash in her ion is contemplating the establishing of a many years. and requiring the services of large general store somewhere in the 1111 forehead A drive will CONVINCE physician who took several stitches county for the benefit of its members. Republican Candidate For The Legislature. a FULLY EQUIPED. s , v in the""wound. Their plan is to organize a stock comIn this issue of the Record will be pany and build out in the country. found the announcement of Mr. John m Stock Mas Here. They will hold a meeting at 10 o'clock L. Dozier as a candidate for represenMr. R. H. Price of Townville S. C. a. m. Saturday October 21st to ar tative from Garrard county. Mr. m range tne nnai details oi tne scneme. Dozier is the regular nominee of the is making Lancaster his head quarters ran Republican party, having been nominafor a short time and is endeavoring to fljjii) Farmers Institute. ted at their convention recently held in buy a car load of horses and mules for While Mr The Garrard County Farmers Institu Lancaster. Mr. Dozier came to this shipment to his home town. Price makes a specialty of mules, he te will convene at the Court House on countv from Knox and purchased the will buy anything with four feet from next Tuesday, the 17th inst, for a two farm of Mr. H. K. Herndan near Paint days session. There will be discussions Lick, where he now resides. Mr. a billy goat to an elephant. on various subjects which will be of in Dozier is about 45 years of age and is An Old Timer. terest to the farmers and stock raisers a good citizen and a clever genileman. by men who are well posted on these He is not wholly unacquainted with In the Junction City letter to the political game, having served Danville Messenger we think we can subjects, and the farmers will find the themselves amply repaid if they will several terms as jailer of Knox county. detect the ear marks of an "old timer". If we mistake' not the reference to attend. Nothing But First Class Films. Jesse Sweeney as being as large as Failed To Get His Man. t. The management of the Lancaster Alexander is the work of W. T. L v. 81 9 lfe y 4C T Hi "Peaches" is a good newspaper Sheriff Robinson was in Cincinnati Opera House have been solicited to put man and was dabbling in that kind of several days last week endeavoring to on the famous "Beulah Binford picwork when we were in swaddling secure some trace of the negro Allen tures", but upon his own initiative the clothes. Jones who shot and killed Harrison manager Mr. W. J. Romans, refused. Preston at White Oak last week. These pictures have been turned down A Good Nan' For A Good Pesition. Jones is known to have taken an ex- by opera houses all over the country by the management of their Mr. Louis C. Hopper of this place cursion train out of Lancaster and sometimes position of book- was seen to leave the train at Cincin- own volition, and sometimes because has accepted the keeper for the Danville Tobacco Ware- nati, but there all trace of him was the authorties would not permit their being shown. The patrons of the local house Co. We congratulate the to- lost and the sheriff was compelled to play house may rest assured that neithempty handed. bacco people on securing the services return er these or any other films of a like efof Mr. Hopper. He is thoroughly Mr. Clifton Sanders Dies character will ever be offered here, as ficient, courteous and polite and we are management will not permit an obadsatisfied that he will be a valuable Mr. Clifton Sanders died at his home the jectionable film to be placed on his madition to their office force. in Cottonburg, Madison county, Sunday chine. and his remains were interred at Gilead cemetery on Monday. Mr. Sanders was All Convalescent. about seventy years of age and had Judge Walker is still improving, his long been a sufferer from a complica condition is all that could be desired tion of diseases. He is survived by a wife and several grown children, among and his rapid and complete recovery is whom are Mrs. Sam Schooler and Mrs. now assured. Miss Flossie Sutton and Mr. E. A. Brutus Wearren of this county and Mr White, both of whom have been at the Allie Sanders of Lancaster. hospital for a week with typhoid fever, are doing nicely and their progress is Former Lancaster Lady Dies In Texas all that could be expected at the present Mrs, Edna Burdett died last week at stage of their illness. the home of her son, Mr, William BurWe Guarantee Every Pair All Sizes All Holman Browu son of Mr. George dett, an attorney, in Paris Texas. Mrs. Brown was taken to the hospital on Leathers. Burdett formerly resided in Lancaster Monday suffering with typhoid fever. and was Miss Edna Letcher, she marThe two young boys, sons of Mr. ried Joshua Burdett, who was a broth- Watkins and Mr Kelly are getting along er of the late Dr. Steve and Benjamin nicely, are well on the road to recovery Burdett of this place, and who preced- and are entirely out of danger, ed her to the grave many years ago. The House of Quality Mrs. Burdett has a brether still residFarra Honored. ing in this state, Dr. James Letcher, Denny B. Goode, Secretary of the of Henderson Ky. "Greater Kentucky Convention" which is to convene in Louisville on NovemSteve Changes Base. has appointed John M. ber Editor Tim Needham of the Win- Farra of this place to represent the chester Democrat has sold his interest Eighth Congressional District at the in that good paper to Mr. Steve K. meeting. Mr. Goode certainly displaySee our NEW FALL Line of Vaught, who has been the editor of ed splendid judgment in his selection, the Richmond Climax, We regret very as there is probably not in the entire much to see Bro. Needhan leave the district a man who would lend more journalistic field and hope he may take hearty and intelligent in up the work elsewhere, but we con- the upbuilding of the state than Mr. gratulate the Democrat on the fact Farra. that they have secured in Steve Vaught The proposed meeting is called at a genuine- "live wire", who will keep the instance of Mr. George H. Cox of made by the SHELBY SHOE CO. the Democrat up to the present high Owensboro, president of the Federastandard, which it attained through tion of Kentucky Clubs, and J. W. Mr. Needham's guidance, Porter of Lexington, president of the State Development Association, and is Dw't Fwget The Fair Meeting. for the purpose of calling together The meeting for the stockholders in representative men from all over the the new fair association is called for state for a discussion of the best means Saturday October 14th at 2 o'clock p. of intelligently furthering the interests --of the state; m. at the court house and a large of all those interested in the Sparring For An Opening. scheme is desired and expected. The "wets" and the "drys" are This is our last call in the matter. having a merry time of it in Stanford The meeting will be a decisive one. If there is enough stock subscribed to as to wheter or not an election shall justify the promoters to go ahead and be called to take the sense of organize and incorporate, it will be the people as to whether or not Linus sell you your FALL SHOES, Quality and Style, done, otherwise it will be taken for coln county shall have open saloons. granted that this kind of a fair as- First the whisky people filed with the money. considered, we will save you sociation is not desired and the matter county Judge a petition bearing 1883 will be dropped in so far as the prop- names, a sufficient per centage of the osed manner of conducting next years voters required by law, asking for an election. Now comes attorneys for fair is concorned. , " people of the county wish the Temperence with another petition i " Now if the to identifiy themselves with the people from 55 of the alleged s'igners of the of the town in this movement, this is original, petition asking that their their last opportunity, they have been names be striken from the list; the i it given ample notice time and again, and next move was made by the whisky unless they betray some interest in th people and was in the form of another matter, it will have to be abandoned. petition containing the names of nine There are three solicitors in every teen people who claimed to have signed chealF precinct in the county. Call on one of the "dry" petition, but had now ex- Buy Buggy and Wagon Harness while they are so M0Kbffeff these and subscribe for one or more perience's a. revulsion of feelings and shares, if this Is not convepient, come desired the election. Further time in- - Saturday afternoon, attend the was asked for and., was granted until ( Fridavl .when the matter will ., SlO i "J ri meeting, buy stock and help push the ie.taken.up.- . again matter along. Glance at the label on your paper and slip us that dollar if you are in MMMMMMMlMM(MiMmmmmfMmi HAVE YOU SEE IT? WHAT? The Studebaker le "Flanders 20" Hammer. The Great Hill Climber. 1 The Car of Now. The Car of The Future. S Noisiless as a Rubber m you.Hh f t t Haselden Bros. rnmMimMmMmdMmmm :pji uunum KDUCATO Bur-det- Best Shoe For Children, Jas. W. Smith, K X 14-15- th FOOTWEAR - Now is the time to buy an L 0 G AN s Old Hickory Wagon The strongest and lightest riin ning wagon made. " - 1 tn-di- iv - W. J. ROMANS. 'j-- s -- if $!&& :r fc. "WPWWWWWPI TheCentral Record r s HOGAN L. YANCEY Tobac.ce Caing Nicely. get any one to run this time and finally A BLESSING. had to get a man that has only recently The tobacco cutting season is about moved intp pur midst from the county IJw Hospital Is Proving Itself To The Former Lancaster Boy Wins Democratic incorporated. over and the farmer is now concerned Kupx. Nomination For City Atferney Peeple Of Lancaster And Vicinity. $1.00 a year. of about the curing of the weed. Last Issued Weekly. In Lexington,. week's heavy rains caught considerWe are asked every day "what about Bringing to our very doors advan- able of it in the field, some of it cut fJREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. the water works extension". We are . tages which heretofore could only be Hogan L. Yancey former Lancaster t and on sticks, but we have heard no unable to answer this question, there . obtained in Lexington. Louisville or boy, manager of the Lexington Base complaints of being damaged. The gutered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky. it '' not having as yet been anything defi- Borne city, the Lancaster Hospital is Ball Club of the Blue Grass League, Second-ClasMail Matter. ! farmers are exercising especial care nite done toward the extension. Win- proving to be a great boom to those champion athlete and a young college, this year in the curing process and the Jftember Kentucky Press Association ter is coming and the lake will in all who are so unfortunate as to become man, in the Democratic primary in Lex chances are that it will be "colory" and probability'fill up, and the urgent nec- seriously sick. ington Tuesday won the nomination for and free from house burn, and taken essity for enlarging the plant will be Eighth District Publishers League. Here are to be found all the advant- the office of City Attorney over four altogether the best crop produced in relegated to the rear for the present age which we have at the metropolitan opponents by a plurality of 425 votes. the county in many years. But is this good policy? Is it wise to hospitals, and without the necessity of Hogan Yancey formerly resided here blaster, Kj.,OcUfcer 13, 1911. put this matter off from time to time, a railroad journey, which is fatiguing with his parents, and his and the many until we are finally brought to the real to a well person, much less one who is friends of his parents-wil- l rejoice at his " Rates For Political Announcements ization of our urgent need along this sick, to say nothing of the dancers at- - good fortune. His father, Rev. James For Precinct and City Offices .... 5.00 line by a water famine, or is it aavis- - tendant upon the transportation of a L. Yancey at one time had charge of 10.00 able to go through another summer Dera0n for some distance who is sick the Christian church at this place. For County Offices The other candidates nominated were and District Offices. . . . 15.00 with out city Water unfit for any usage enough to enter a hospital, For State Br M. QUAD 10 except fire- - What says the City Mra, will D. Walker as Matron of Mayor, J. Ernest Cassidy; State Sena For Calls, per line 10 Council? Are we to have any relief the local institution looks after the tor, Thomas A. Combs; City Clerk, For Cards, per lin Copyright. 1911. by Associated Literary, Press. along this line?. For all publications in the intercomfort and welfare of the patients in James O'Brien; City Engineer, J. est ot individuals or expresso far as her part of these duties are White Guyn; City Treasurer, Frank G. James B, Haggin, after a long and required, in a manner which we are Ott; City Assessor, John McElroy City When you take a spinster who has. sion of individual views, per 10 careful examination of the papers sub- satisfied cannot be excelled in any of Representative, David C Hunter and got to be forty years old, who has got line 05 mitted to him by the Tobacco people, the large institutions. The nurse in Jailer John W. Masner. a large mouth, whose nose tilts up at Obituaries, per line the end, who has a cast In one eye. and after receiving the advice of his charge, Miss Florence Darnell of who is tall and scrawny and ban a manager Mr. C. H. Berryman and his Maysville Ky., is one of the best trainPlaying With Fire. Deatcratic Ticket. limp, you must figure out that her T. Shelby, has affix- ed nurses in the state, and gives to all attorney Mr. John Out in the county someone is chances of getting married are not ed his signature o the contract, there- who come within her care as efficient Governor James B. McCreary. For with rural mail boxes, tearing them I more than one In a thousand. by assuring the formation of the and intelligent attention as could be from their places and throwing them Such a woman was Sarah Clayton For Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott pool, the erection of a mammoth iiau cuijr vvacic away. There is a heavy penalty at- of Harpersvllle. For thirty years she For Treasurer Thos. S. Rhea. factory in Lexington for the manufac- - As for medical attention, you may tached to this kind of deviltry, and had been the champion homely Blrl .c u iuiHit a- m yw., For Auditor Public Accounts Henry wire ui uie primus wi ... a nnni nnrw tficx your own physician, and a "Uncle Sam" is not inclined to be and woman of Bennett county. She M. Bosworth. help it of a stock company with an sity deman(jgf or jt be deemed advis- lenient with people who interfere with realized it, but she couldn't cal, in For Secretary of State-- C. F. Crece- - approximate capital swck oi ?o,uw,wu ab physician the U. S. Mail receptacles. Some time Sarah's father and mother didn't like her looks at all. Some folks were which will look after the financing of from a distance that you may desire lius. when these miscreants are least ex mean, enough to say that hastened By the terms of the conThere has always existed a certain pecting it an Inspector will swoop down For Attorney General James Garnett the project. Sarah bad two brothers. tract Mr. Haggin becomes a director in amount of prejudice in the minds of a on them and the dose that will be their end. away Schools For State Superintendent of They ran and went west to be the Burley Society. great many people against hospitals in administered to them will break them killed by the Indians. Some folks say Barksdale Hamlett. general, but the home institution is forever from interfering with mail that if Sarah had been a reasonably For Commissioner Agriculture J W. Only about three more months until i rapidly dispelling good looking girl neither brother would this delusion. At a Newman. the convening of the Kentucky Legis hospital one may have the very best of boxes. have left home. At the age of twenty-eigh- t For Clerk Court of Appeals R. L. lature. Only about three more months skilled attention, a trained nurse is alshe was an orphan and brother-lesTeachers Institute. Greene. in which to determine the ownership ways in call, knows just exactly what and. while the property she inWe gave as near as we could last herited was enough to give her a comFor Railroad Commissioner W. F. of the park. With the coming of the to do in case of emergency, and if the fortable living, it was not enough to next session of .the legislature steps occasion demands Klair. it a physician can be week a write up of the bring a husband. A. Hardin. will be taken for the session of the called in much less time than For Circuit Judge Charles if the teachers, institute however we did not While Sarah realized all the drawpark to the Government for a site for patient was at his or her home. so give them backs, then have For Representative John M. Farra she was not entirely discourag to you at this time. Lancaster's custom house. Then will from Garrard Co. All of this may be had at a cost ed. She had a belief that something Your committee on Resolutions for would happen com day. and she we be called upon to furnish a deed to equal to if not less than the expense of the Institute composed of didn't go around making herself and the property. Can we do this? Or a serious illness at ones own home. ANNOUNCEMENTS Boyle, Garrard and Mercer counties re- other folks miserable. shall we lose our new post office by deTwelve years ports as follows. came and went and nothing happened, fault? Any action that is to be taken Grand Lodge Meetings. Resolved 1st: We heartily thank but she was still on the job. Ftr Craty JMge. must be taken quickly. The Grand Lodge of Odd Fellows is the citizens of Lancaster for the corAt the state election, with the temin session in Louisville this week and dial hospitality shown in opening their perance question as an Issue, Bennett We are authorized to announce ClaySecretary of State Ben L. Bruner ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- has called upon all state banks to give Franklin lodge No. 7 of this place is homes to the visiting teachers of the county and four others surrounding it ty Judge of Garrard County subject to him a statement of their standing as of being represented by Mr. J. Booth Sut- Institute, and good will manifested on went dry no mom of the foamy, no ton. Next week the Masonic grand all hands by the citizens of Lancaster, more corn juice. the action of the democratic party. Septembar 28th. Insurance Commis- lodge You can't figure out what this temmeets in Louisville, Mr. W. O. in general. perance question bad to do with Sarah authorized to announce sioner Bell has taken Mr. Bruner sev- jRigney will represent the Lancaster We are Resolved 2nd: That we recommend James A. Beazley as a candidate for erely to task for his action in closing ' blue lodge, while Henly V. Bastm will that the Annual Institute of 1912 be Clayton, who scarcely knew what was County Judge of Garrard county, sub- the Bank of Kentucky in Louisville go down as the representative of the composed of the same counties as of going on until Bennett county was as dry as a bone. Well, homely as she ject to the action of the Democratic recently, averring, that his motives local lodge of Royal Arch masons. this year, end that the meeting there- was, Sarah understood the man side there for were personal and unjust. party. of be held in Harrodsburg at a date to of human nature very well. She knew There are criminations and recrimina$17,500 For Judge Bell's Death. be fixed by the Superintendents of the there would be an Intense longing for tions and a veritable war of words tho unattainable. FttSkerif. In the Superior Court at Seattle counties aforesaid. through the press. Some of Mr. Bell's After the temperance movement was Resolved 3rd: That we hereby voice Washington Monday Judge Ronald orWe are authorized to announce C. A. utterance are exceedingly salty. our hearty appreciation of and pro- In full swing ind the pinch was on dered a jury to award a verdict of $17, Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of found thanks for the untiring efforts, "Clayton's cordial" appeared. It passCounty, subject to the action Garrard. Rev. J. W. McGarvey, noted Chris- 500 to the young son of the late Judge the practical and pointed talks and ed as a soft drink. Some folks said it of the Democratic party. tian minister, died at his home in Lex- W. C. Bell for the death of his father, great zeal shown for the improvement was cider. Borne root beer and some ington on last Friday and his remains against the Seattle, Renton & Southern of our work, by the Instructors, Prof. thought it camo under the bead of We are authorized to announce in the Lexington ceme- R. R. Co., upon which railroad Judge J. C. T. Noe and Mrs. Cora Wilson ginger ale. Whatever It was, it bore Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff were interred the label as above, and it jumped into tery Monday afternoon. Dr. McGarvey Bell lost his life in a collision about Stewart. popularity at once. It filled on aching of Garrard county, subject to the aceighteen months ago. Mrs. Bell sus was 82 years of age and was born near Resolved 4th: That we heartily void. It soothed and comforted. It tion of the democratic party. v, tained injuries at the same time from v.. xr f favor the enactment of such new laws quenched that longing in the neck. which she afterward died and a suit is We are authorized to announce W. oldest ministers of the Christian church l by our Legislature, particularly an It did more. It saved hundreds of now pending in the same court against L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard was president or the college oi tne efficient compulsory law, as will further homes on the point of being wrecked. county, subject to the action of the Bible of Transylvania University of the railroad company for her death. the best interest of our schools, both It had got so that not one husband Lexington, was a learned scholar and democratic party. pupils and teachers, and of a nature out of twenty in the fire counties Good As Asphalt. could speak a decent word to his wife author, being the author of many noted that will redound in the fullest measThe remodeling of Richmond street ure to the upbuilding of grand old once In three days. And then there religious works. of Fr Assess. to the city limits has been completed, Kentucky, the best place this side of were loss palm ambition, indigestion, headaches, in the stomach and We are authorized to announce Dave Another great dam gave way lastweek and tnat street is now a thing of beauty Heaven the good Lord ever made. giddiness, and all these things the corC Sanders-a- a candidate for Assessor this time in Wisconsin, the Black River &ncl equal " appearance and durability Resolved 5th: That we acknowledge dial was warranted to and did drive of Garrard county subject to the ac- dam. As a result 1500 families are to any of the boulevards in the cities. our deep debt of gratitude to the re away in short order. Sarah made the first fifty bottles tion of the democratic party. homeless, a property loss of $1,200,000 The work cost the city oyer $1000., but spective County Superintendents of staring the people in the it is well worth the money expended, this Institute; Miss Higgins of Gar- with her own hands. Then she bad and famine We are authorized to announce Mr. and we wish they were able to place rard Co. and Miss Adams of Mercer to hire a boy, then she had to hire a the Nomi- face. In this instance the peo- every E. B. Ray' as a candidate for street in the city in the same con- - Co. for their unflagging effort to up- man as well, then she had put it on ple were warned in time to avoid sale at the drug store. Nothing ever nation of Assessor of Garrard County, The" bursting of these dition. l lie worK was done with the lift the standard of education to a made a name for itself as fapt is subject to the action of the democratic loss of life. great dams is a striking example that county machinery under the supervi loftier position and likewise to Prof. "Clayton's cordial." It could not be " party. the works of man cannot withstand sion of "bquire" Jim Bourne and Chief J. W. Rawling of Beyle county whose made and bottled fast enough to supHerron, both of whom displayed, grit faithful work as Superintendent of ply orders. Of course the spinster We are authorized to announce J. B. the Almighty. adaptability in the art of road Collier us, candidate ft the noftrina-tio- n Boyle Co. for nearly a quarter of a had calls from men who wanted to for assessor of Garrard county, Hon. Jerry Sullivan, one of the best century is marked by substantial prog- buy her secret. A dozen in her own town stood ready to pay a good price subject to the action of the democratic democratic speakers in the state spoke ress on every hand. Cap't Richards Dead. for it There were two sorts of men party. Resolved 6th: That the at Stanford last monday ta a large and The remains of Captain Thomas came married and unmarried. The We are authorized to announce W. enthusiastic crowd of voters. Many of Richards were interred in the Lancas- Institute now in session is a grand married men were turned down nt success as manifested by the attend- once. The secret was not for sale. L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- his friends are hoping that he will be ter cemetary on Monday afternoon. or of "Garrard county subject to the sent to Lancaster to speak in the in- Cap't Richards died in Stanford. He ance, attention, and enthusiasm of the The unmarried, ones were told thit and we earnestly hope and the cordial must stay in the family. terest of the State ticket. action of the Democratic party. was in his eightieth jear. He is sur- teachers, desire that Harrodsburg will be selec- That wasn't saying right nut that no vived by his wife and one daughter. Lateness of the season and scarcity Cap't Richards was a former resident ted as the place for the Institute to be ono but a husband would be given the Fr Magistrate. recipe, but the unmarried callers of help is forcing the picking of cot- of Lancaster, where he is well known. held in 1912. caught on one affer another. There are authorized to announce ton by moonlight in Georgia. Pickers We. Resolved 7th: That we, of Garrard, wan money in that recipe, but there John N. White as a candidate for who once received 40 and 50 cents per He was living here at the time of the Mercer, and Boyle extend to Miss Lula wai Sarah behind it Sarah the homeMagistrate, in the first district of Gar- hundred pounds for their work are now outbreaking of the Civil war and cast Bates of Danville our thanks for the ly. They thought of the bajmy corrard county, subject to the" action of demanding $1.25 per hundred for pick- his lot with the Confederacy, where pleasure afforded by her excellent dial and then looked at the homely he served throughout the war; he was music, and also to Mrs. ' the democratic party. Fallis of Dan- woman. No, nol It was too much. ing, and getting it. a buglar, with the Army of Tennessee, ville, and Misses Welch and Cochran Sarah understood and did not blame .first with Gen. John S. Williams and We are authorized to announce Walfor their praiseworthy efforts in the them. Neither was she cast down. for MagisShe just went right ahead turning out ton E. Moss as a candidate Ftraer Lancaster Lady Sistains Lass later with Gen. Joe Wheeler. Capt. same line. " Richards formerly conducted a hotel the great and only discovery and suptrate in the 'first district of. Garrard Resolved 8th: That we, the teachers, Mrs. Larry D. Jones of Monticello both at Stanford and Danville. plying and the orders County, subject to the action of the pledge ourselves to attend, if possible, and dollars kept rolling in. Burn-sid- e Ky., formerly Miss Willie Belle party. democratic the congressional District meeting, Game Law And one day he came. He was an old of this place, had the misfortune which will convene in Lawrenceburg, bachelor of forty-fivHe had spent recently to lose her home in Monticello Section 1944 of the Kentucky statutes ItyMMicm Ticket most of his years in the woods and far by fire. It caught from a coal oil stove states that no person shall kill or pur- on Friday after Thanksgiving. We also promise to prepare correctly from women. He bad never even We are authorized to announce John entailing a loss of $2,00. with $1500. in- sue with such intent, or have in his each monthly report, to deliver the thought of marriage. Be wasn't a bad candidate for Legisla- surance. The contents of three rooms possession when so killed any rabbit, or L. Doner' same to the Co. Superintendent after looking man, and he bore a good charture from Garrard .county, he being the were saved from destruction. squirrel between the fifteenth day of each report has received the signature acter. He happened to see Sarah Clayregular riqrainee'of 'the' republican September and the fifteenth day of of both the Chairman and Sub District ton in the postofflce. and in the jerk of Fiscal Ctvt. a lamb's tall be was In love. In his November of each year. It is also un- trustee. Fiscal court met Tuesday, Hon. A. lawful to kill any quail from now until Resolved 9th: To our fellow teachers eyes she was the most charming wom- m. an he had ever seen. She must be his Hon. John M. Farra, democratic D. Ford, Squire Jim Bourne, Logan the fifteenth day of November. There of the Institute we offer the tribute of or life would be naught to him. Withnominee for representative has pur- Ison, J. W. Coldiron and Harrison Ray are six game wardens in the county "good will" or a "God speed you" in out having heard of her cordial from chased a fine saddle horse and is going together with County attorney J. E. and this year they are going to put the glorious work in which you are en- any one he followed her home and through the county telling bis many Robinson and Clerk J. W. Hamilton forth every effort to stop the unlawful gaged. T. E. Clelland, Ch'r Com. told his love and gave her half an hour to male up her mind. friends his plans when he reaches being present. The regular order of killing of our game. RESOLUTIONS. "But I am afraid you are actuated If any one has the chance to report and asking them for their business was dispensed with and claims Frankfort The meeting adjourned Friday and by mercenary motives," she said. rapport. He has been here more than allowed. There was a change in the such cases as above mentioned, the "Why, I've got enough to' keep us one year and knows the needs of Gar- offices proposed which will come up at wardens would be pleased to look into every teacher felt that they had been both and am making more all the He has never grown the next meeting. County Clerk J. W. the matter, or you could notify the ' benefited by the interesting talks and rard county time." tired of doing good for the county and Hamilton has a very small office and it county Judge or county Attorney. The had made many new acquaintances that "But you see I have made a whole ' all his life has spent his time and almost a matter of impossibility to do time has come when our game must be shall shall last through, the years to lot of money out of my cordial" money to better the connty. He is any writing on & busy day when, the protected or else we will not have any : come. "Cordial be hanged! If yon .nave any Prof. J. W. Rawlings, Supt.. of Boyle money use It to buy clothes with." trying now to get the1 traction line ex- country people are in town as there is at all in the course of a few years. Un'And you are not after the recipe?" tended from Nicholaavllle here and if always a crowd sitting around talking. der the above section the hunters can- county was one of the last ones to succeeds, It will mean that the land It is 'alright for the people td be there not go out under the pretense of hunt- leave the city Friday afternoon as he "Never had a reels in my life and' he ought to be aseperate office ing rabbits asit is just as unlawful to has many friends here that had to see don't want one. I war.t yon.' of this coasty will be worth 20 percent' After the marriage 8arah, was. wilV more than it is now. We could name for the recording clerk so that he could kilt them as- it is to kilL the quail and him and have, a few words. He is well ing to sell the recipe. When the best you a hundred things that he has done work without being asked questions. this rabbit law was. passed for the ex- known and often comes here during wrote It court, he is one of the ablest lawyers offer had been reached she for the coantfcaad if he oes to' the The proposed jchapge-i- to let Clerk press purpose, of protecting our quail. Sown: For. the benefit of those who might at the .Danville bar and enjoys a large ''Old cider, twenty parts.. LegifiUi$ure hedJi!do.anQtbr 'hundred Hamilton nave tne county court room ; the fanners and cut a door intp the vault, then let violate the law' we will state that there practice. things that will benefit "Ginger, two parts. Jpdge Ford'.hold court in his present is a heavy penalty for each offense, and citkeas of Garrard.. Vote The crowd all seemed very much "Horseradish, five parts. ' parts.1 vou will never1 be ashamed to own office and the sheriffs present- office , and we would advise vou to refrain nleased with Lancaster and the, cour-- ''Br&Bdy; seventy-thre- e aad . .. WAM Al ' ij unui .. ine Sf... J, testes tnat were extenaea tnem vy Al J jjaerm into tne omce now icvui nunung ujc "that is all." she said. aiier n niteentn thai you. - did; 'for be will o 'Uarrara inoviBg.uve v... , v- . ..mZa Aad you've made 15,000 aad, a ixae coanty so much good that not even &l. wtujucu ujr ninai. xx..M:i iae uie& u&uuiivu. nn..i . .Hovemoer, mt-- penalty ior eacn people. Many interesting, talks were iue;ui kt I. reobUcans can find any one to run Fiscal court has not yet decided what offense is not less than $25. nor more given and their parting workj- was. fcad est of T air . . -i -.WTiwhv tt ITa'AAMftM w v - -- ao in toe matter nowever uub tnan aiuu. ana eacn dim or rabbit killed "Goodbve. meet me in tt against him next time, and; goodness it win ntuTousourg ' weu e will. constitute a seperate offense. J kMWBtbVyfcadi. hard enough; tune to plan is under consideration. next year." 1 stt A s I J CLAYTON'S CORDIAL ! ten-ye- ar I ! .a.- .- a. . - - "'-ha- ve neces-formati- on For the benefit of those who like to get their Coal from the car, we will say that we expect to have coal on cars and men to load your wagons each day during this month. Our brands of GOOD COAL are m I E I s, "Dixie Gem" A Genuine Jellico Coal Tri-coun- ty ns Tri-coun- ty f Westbourne Block A Genuine Semi Cannel Coal. i Straight Greek A coal which you all know. 5 I I I We also carry a large stock of Big Block and Nut I coal, that are much cheaper in price. tru:..:n Your Needs In Coal Are s What We Have. 1 Tri-coun- ty Cemeit We are exclusive agents for "Old Dominion Cement" the best we can buy. There are many kinds of Portland Cement, but this must stand S other-market- e. aa the test or the United States Government would not use so much of it Let us figure with you on your Cement Work. We carry RED BRICK, SAND and WALL PLASTER. - and-ther- e - a for-fain I m m -, I m M 1 A- - ..... Jl -. . 1 ltr .. -- i TJDSON -- AND -- UGHES Phone 26. 11 t . jersxm - --- -- isjt . - y '$ h l ,f- - Bi fell t.j.? q ill M MS I W'JiJWfM?W 44M,W W1 will offer for sale at auction at my farm berween the Crab Orchard and Somerset turnpikes, one mile from Rowland and two miles from Stanford on ' r'MnI..M..M"-i MM''4'' J'" aa f - THU 450 HORSES. 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 Cy3 1 s&&? vdSzs X!ew' rfWidb Ebsssa e2)fca -- 3$ M- - 1911 450 ' HEAD OF HORSES, MULES, JENNE I IXLHZSXHB&UUiiBSSXSiyiEJBZZ. ... P, CATTLE, HOGS and SHEeP. .. "TyjjTjst.rf ti,,'nMWVlW,l8MBa land Brook, 1 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 y- - 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 by Pence, in foal to The Warfieid, 1 eight year old Percheron mare' in foal to jack, 1 four year old mare by Dignity Dare, in foal to jack, I five year old mare, coach stock, in foal to jack, 2 lix year old mare, Percheron stock, in foal to jack, 1 seven year old mare, coach stock, in foal to jack. JACK STOCK. 1 big $3,090 Mammoth jack, 1 four year old jennet bred to Baughmair s Napoleon, 1 nine year old jennet heavy N three year old jennet bred to W. T. Robinson's in foal. jmagganmcii a.l. 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 old horse mules. 2 well matched 15 V hand3 year old sorrel two-yerel mare mules, fit to ship, 2 well matched 154 hand brown mare soi mules, 6 years old, fat and ready to ship, 10 good work mules from 3 to 9 years old, all fat 18 ar CATTLE. Two yearling Jersey heifers, fine stock. 1 three year old Jersey weanling Short horn cow, fresh by or before sale. 1 beautiful blue-roa- n 2 of which are "Peacharences" 10 heifer calf. 6 weanling bull calves, 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. IESSEKH3K5B . HOGS. Listed Hampshire Boar; ready service. 1 Listed red boar ready for service. SHEEP 150 good Kentucky bred sheep. All young mouths Terms $50 and under cash in hand. Over that amount, cash or a good note, due in eight months, bearing 6 per cent, interest. Sale will be held rain or shine. Dinner served on the grounds. Col. J. P. Chandler, Auctioneer. 1 .,f.ukia'.iJ- - mtfv.-T- xw );. wTaaa - t'j ..iiJhia.Bi.ifjj rriKTiraSrTTTTS3mSlg: minimi iiiiii WW 4 1 JLJLb In'JIie Many The v?y others is W. W. fa lw JJL Ci; JLJ. JukO Here. Is A Remedy That Will Cure m iClb Skin f W& m CJbJLii jsi"? "ft3 M Paf$ tH rJ MP? BWA f? UL SH w Tl ciTSjSzevpi a I TOO MUCH LOVE eky. 3 LAME EVERY MORNING. Is The World Growing Better. A Bad Back Is Always Worse Morning Lancaster People Are find ing Relief. A liack that aches all day and causes discomfort at night is usually worse in the morning. Makes you feel as if you hadn't slept at all. Can't cure a bad back until you cure the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills relieve sick kidneys make you feel ter, work better, rest better and sleep ' better. The following statement proves the at R. E. McRoberts & Son. merit of Doan's. L. W. Cox, 302 Bowyer things go to prove that it is. thousands are trying to help proof. Among them is Mrs. Gould, of Pittsfield, N. H. Finding good health by taking Electric Bitters, she now advises other sufferers, everywhere, to take them. "For years I suffeied with stomach and kidney trouble," she vritcs. "Every medicine Iised failed till I took Electric Bitters. 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. Try them. You'll see, 50c 1-- m '"v n ton, 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 so tired that I could hardly commence the day's duties. My kidndy's were also disordered and the kidney secretions caused me annoyance by their frequency in p'assage. I doctored and tried any number of remedies but could find no relief When suffering severely I had Doan's Kidney Pills brought to my attention and deciding to take them, I procured a supply. I soon improved and after I had taken the contents of a Tew boxes I was cured." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n cents. Co., Buffalo, New York, sold agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Foster-Milbur1-- m St, Lexing- KUKNA VISTA Will Scott who has typhoid fever is improving. Mr. Will Brown's little girl is the victim of diptheria. Miss Alice Scott and brother were guests of relatives at Lexington. Dr. Cheek very ably filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning. Miss Myrtle Ruble, who is teaching at HyattsviJIe spent from Friday until Monday with her parents. Mr. Rickets and family, of Indianapolis, are expected Sunday to be with his brother-in-laFrank Wells. Mrs. Jesse Rogers and baby, of Nicholasville, in order to escape diptheria which is so prevalent there, is A Technical Mind. "What in the name of common sense are you arresting me for?" 2 And Scalp Affections. asked the motorist who had accident' ally violated a regulation. "I ain't AND WE CAN PROVE IT. arrestin' you in the name of comThe R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug mon sense," replied the rustic sheriff. Store says to every person be "it man, "I'm arrestin' you in the name of tho woman or child who has an irritated, law." tender, inflamed, itching SKIN or SCALP, you need not suffer another Early Culinary Skill. day. "We have a refined skin prepare-tio- n Wild Arabs still boil a young lamb that acts instantly and will bring or kid in milk. Cookery has always you swift and sure results." held high place with highly civilized One warm bath with ZEMO SOAP man. As the saying goes: "A man and one application of ZEMO and you thinks as he eats." One of the earli-es- t references to great culinary skill will not suffer another moment and is where the flesh of a kid was preyou will soon see a cure in sight. pared so perfectly that it tasted pretana z,umu SUAl' are proven ty much like fresh venison. cures for every "form of skin or scalp affection. They are sold by one leadGives Aid To Strikers. ing druggist in every city or town in America and in Lancaster By R. E. Sometimes liver, kidneys and bowels McRoberts & Son Drug Store. seem to go on a strike and refuse to work right. Then you need those pleasant little Dr. Impolite to Auld Cootie. In conferring the sacrament of bap- King's Life Pills to give them natur tism our old Scotch priests were ac- al aidand gently compel proper customed to treat his satanic majesty health soon follows. Try with quaint incivility. The Latin was them. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. usuall translated into the vernacular, lm. and when they came to "Exl ab eo, spiritus." the unclean spirit reTrue to His Creed. ceived his command in the broadest "Clumsy of you to falj overboard." Doric such as "Gang oot o' the bairn, said the critical friend. "I didn't fall ye muckle deevil!" overboard." replied tho man who never confesses to a 'mistake. "The biggest fish I ever saw swam alongside and I couldn't resist the temptation to dive for him." Washington Star. 1-- m A SOLEMN MYSTERY. y strike-breake- rs Too much love for fun, frolic and Mark Twain Declared It Cast a Gloom rich food causes stomach, liver, kidOvar His Whole Life. ney tnd nervous troubles. Other Onre upon a time Mark Twain was rcracdies hcJp you but DENN'S interviewed. After various questions SURE, GAFF-AMSPEEDY cures the interviewer came to the question you. OursciisCoVercr, ten years a cf relatives, and from then on, ac- miserable jjtjjffereri-.witthe above cording to Twain's own version of troubles, antLyiRHEUMATiSM for things, the conversation r:m thus: "Who is tills picture on the wall? prove our rerhcMy; 'white they last, regular size bottles' only 25crat....... Isn't that a brother of yours';" "Oh, yes, yes! Now that you remind Stormes Drag Store. me of it that was a brother of mine. That's William Bill, we called him. Popular laea Shattered. Poor old Bill!" A chicken crossing tho road wreck- - FuneTcll "Why, is he dead, then?" "All, well, I suppose so. We never ed a motor car... So, ' after all, it Isn't could tell. There was a great mystery to get on the other side. St. Louis about it." Oilice Phone 3L Residence Phone "That was very, very sad. He disappeared, then?" LANCASTER, KY. "Well. yes. in a general sort of way. ' I We buried him." Fruit "Buried iim! Buried him without knowing whethor he was dead or not?" "Oh. no; not that!- ne was dead D ISM vcy J A BEAZLEY Director and Embalmer Post-Dispatc- h. -- and Shads reesi - action-Excelle- nt -- SALE OF S Bit of Fact. Four lions were recently captured at Gwalior. In India, by means of which, getting on to the faces of the animals, made them an easy prey. man-eatin- g r, Averts Awful Tragedy. Timely advice given Mrs. C. Will-oughb- y, of Marengo, Wis., (R. No. 1) prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved two lives. Doctors had said her frightful cough was a "consumption" cough and could do little tx help her.v After many remedies failed, her aunt urged her to take Dr. Kimr's New Dispnv- ery. "I have been using it for some time," she wrote "and the awful cough hatf almost gone. It also saved my little boy when taken with a severd bronchial trouble." This matchless medicine has no equal for throat and lung troubles. Price 50c and $1.00." Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by RE. it ' McRoberts .& Son. Son; -- visiting relatives here. Mr. C. M. Scott from near Lawrence-bur- g As administrator of James McKechnie, has been the guest of his parents, 'I will on here. Mr. Scott has been in poor TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17TH,1911 health for some time, is somewhat im beginning- - at 9 a. m.f at his late resiproved. dence on the Stanford and Rush Branch While, attending the institute last pike, about five miles from Stanford week Miss Skinner was the guest of and one mile from Hubble, offer for Mr. Bastin and family. She was acsale publicly, his personal property, companied home by Miss Bastin, who consisting principally of 6 two year old will remain for a week or two. mules; 2 yearling mules;. 1 five year old Mrs. Jane Poor and daughter. Mrs. mmf 1N four year old gelding: 1 two Broadus were ; called last .week to the year old gelding, by Preston; 2 yearlbed side of Mrs. Poor's daughter, Mrs. ing fillies; 1 yearling horse; 2 aged Ballard near Stanford. We are glad mules; 1 jersey heifer: a lot of hogs. to state Mrs. Ballard is better, but Farming implements including a wagher mother remained with her. on; steel roller: plows; wheat drill, mower, binder,, hay rake, 2 cultivators steel-- " harrow, buggy, spring wagon, a ' It's Equal Don't Exist. lot of sheaf oats, about .40. acres of corn No. one has ever made a salve, oint- jjaled hay, etc. Five shares 01 stock- in Lincoln Counment or balm to compare with Buck-len- 's ty National Bank, 6shares of stock" "in Arnica Salve. It's the one perand Burnsidef Turnpike. fect healer of Cuts, ' Corns,,, Burns, Monticello TERMS Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Sums of $10,00 and under, .cash in Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes, Cold Sores,, Chapped Hands or Sprains hand; over that amount three, months its supreme. Unrivaled for Piles. Try .creditor notes with,good security bearing G"per cent interest frpm.date. " Orily..25c. -- Personal Property Farm For Sale: - atRE.isMcRobertsr& 1-- m 1-- m iD 220 acres in Franklin County, Indiana with two four room houses, two large barns and other buildings and two good orchards. The land is rolling, thirty acres in clover, twenty acres in wheat and seventy acres in timber, which will be cut and removed this winter: This new ground is a fine grade of tobacco land. It will raise as good and as many pounds of tobacco per acre as Kentucky land. There is thirty acres of good bottom land, balance of farm is in good blue grass pasture. The land is located 5 miles from Batesville, 1 miles from Hamburg. This farm is a money maker and will make a good tobacco or stock farm. Our price is $25; 00 per acre. Farm' can be divided arid will sell in two farms if wanted. Terms nre J cash, balance will take 6' per ceVit interest arid mortgage-'wit- h give purchaser twenty years to, pay it in. We bought Ihis farm for the timber.' ""We can give possession any time. If you are interested", call on us of write THE HILLENBRAND CO., J. B. PAXTON, ADMR. yo' blows!" . BATESVILLE, INDIANA I confess that I can't understand this. If you buried him and you knew lie was dead" "No. no! We only thought he was." Everything for Orchard, Lawn and "Oh, I see. He came to life again," warden, uur prices may interest you ivarw "I bet ho didn't." Was&2 "Well. I never heard anything like write lor iree catalogue, ino Agts. rc.fc.,.y. ifraatiagn M this. Somebody was dead; somebody was buried. Now. where was the mysH.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. 'tery?" . "That's just'itt That's it exactly! Lexington. Kentucky. Ff5E5 m You see, we were twins, defunct and I, and we got mixed in the bathtub when we were only 'two weeks old. and one of us was drowned, but we didn't know which. Some think it was Bill; some think it was me." n Succeed when everything else fails. "Well, that was remarkable. What In nervous prostration and female do you think?" I weaknesses they are the supreme "Goodness knows! I would give lj remedy, as thousands have testified. whole worlds to know. This solemn, 1 FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND gloom this awful mystery has cast a 5 STOMACH TROUBLE over my whole life. But I will tell yon vi it is the best medicine ever sold a secret now which I have never reover a druggist's counter. vealed to any creature before. One of i us had a peculiar mark, a large mole, on the back of his left hand. That was me. That child was the one that was drowned. So yon see they made an awful blunder. I was drowned, but they went and buried the wrong child. Very Serious Don't say a thing about h It is a very serious matter to ask it where the family can hear it It's a B for one medicine and have the very sore spot" H wrong one given you. For this m reason we. urge you in buying to It Got Monotonous. be careful to get the gcnuin-eA yellow negro In Kansas City decidday time ed that by harboring in the and fighting at night he could easily attain to great wealth. His first essay in. pugilism was against a shifty black Liver Medicine with a good ring record. At the tap. Is theBest and Cheapest Satisof the ell the black .professional plant- factory Roofing made today. The reputation of this old, reliaed a 'straight left on the amateur's ble medicine, for constipation, innose and repeated the process some THERE IS NO TAR IN ST. digestion and'liver trouble, is firmhundred" times. By a superhuman ef ly established. ' It does not imitate other medicines. It is better than-- j fort the yellow barber' came to others, or not and his yoice rang high In "ngonizea DEALER vorite liver it would with, be the powder, a larger "r protestr sale than all others combined. "Scattah yo' .blows, niggahy he deSOU) IN TOWN F2 manded. "Fo heaven's sake, scattah enough." "Well, Shrubs, Asparagus, imBKiw'n'BrniBBiaK Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. ... psi WWtwmSSSm mmMMmmSm ... -- ters Med Top Asphalt ranite I Hoof in I I I I I ILACK- - DRAUGHT - ASK YOUR a- Success-Magazin- e. Haselden Bros. g I ladies Hats. Misses Hats. Up-To-D- ate Childrens Hats. We have the Newest,Nicest and Most Millinery Store in this section of the state. The latest styles selected by a Milliner of many years A COLORED WITNESS By F. Mr. Croaker By Her Husband's Letters By HELOISE aTmITCHEL .Asso- MARTHA V. MONROE Asso- BRAYTON Asso- Copyright by American Press ciation. 1911. Copyright by American Press ciation, 1911. Copyright by American Press ciation. 1311. '1 experience. Anything you desire in this line will be found here. Give us a trial and you will Prices in reach of every, one. be satisfied. SAUNDERS. 223 Main Street. Danville, Kentucky. In the days of slavery Colonel Augustus Picard. a Lo"islaui planter, had an altercation with a neighbor about the boundary line between the The neighbor. Silas two plantations. Green, a southornlzed Yankee, used offensive language to the colonel, who kicked him out of his house. Green sued him for assault, and one of the defendant's slaves, .Mark Antony by name, having seen the fracas, was the principal witness. lie was a sleepy looking old chap, and the lawyers feared that he did not have intelligence sufficient to give an account of what he had seen. The lawyer for the defense, uot wishing to draw out all the darky had to tell, asked him but a few questions, then turned him over to the counsel for the plaintiff. "Mark Antony," said thp lawyer, "do you know what it is to state anything before this court that is not true or to keep back anything that you know?" "Do I know dat?" "Yes. Do you understand what it means, and the punishment?" "I reckon dat would mean in de fus' place de same's if I said de moon war made o' cheese when I kuow'd it war made o' brass. And de second part would be de same's if I sor Mis tali Green draw a knife on my mars' and didn't say nothin' at all about it." A smile passed over the faces of the 3W$K5w PHO We are in our Studio on the north side of Public Square in Lancaster, every SATURDAY. Give us a call for Photos, Ko- dak Finishing and Framing. Tiis Gassidy Studio. !eoe&K&:s& B. F. HUDSON, President. .0?! J. S. judge, the Jury and the spectators. The lawyer sliowcd embarrassment. "Do you know the "punishment at tached to perjury?" "Perjury? Is dat if MIstah Green blackgyard Cunael Pica'd behind his back?" JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. Rignuy, SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jit., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. Prompt Attention. J. J. Walker, T. C. A. Arnold, M.' Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, Directors. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Another ripple of smiles nassed through the courtroom. "No. Perjury is tullini; an untruth and not telling all yon know after he ing sworn. Stale what you saw on June 10 last at Colonel Picard's home.' "Mark," the defendant spoke up. "tell it all. I'm not ashamed of what I did. Don't keep anything back." . Thus reassured. Mark gave an account of the fray. "Well, sah, on dat attemoon Mistah Green lie come to de plantation" "What plantation?" "Ou plantation, of co'se. Yo' don't sunposo Cunnel Tiea'd would go any wha to meet a specamen ob de po' white trash? Mistah Green he come to de plantation, and I was waitin' at g de do' with de bosses and carriage to I drive de cuuuel out fo' de mawnin' inspection. Mistah Green and de cunnel was in de cunnel's ofllis right off do gallery and de winder war up. 1 beam 'em talkin'. "Mistah Green war sayin to de cunnel dat de line between de plantations run right through de cunnel's gya'ding and de cunnel hay 'Yo' mistaken, salr de bound'ry line war 'aid down by de su'vey, sah, and 1 am sho' it run through yo' gya'ding.' Den Mistah Green say, Yo lie. Gunnel Pica'd.'" "This is what you hoard. Now tell the jury what you saw." "What I sor? Why, when de po' white man told one of de fus' gen'lo-meob de souf dat he lied, wha' yo' spec I sor?" "Go on." "I sor de po' white man comin' fru de do like de ball comin out o' de cannon. "Did you see Colonel Picard eject him?" "I don' know wha' dat means, but I didn't see it." "Didn't see Tleard push, shove or kick Green out of the door?" "No, sah; I didn't see dat." "Where was Colonel Picard when Mr. Green came through the door?" "Don't know, sah." "Didn't you see him or any part of him?" "No. 5ah." "What did you see besides. Mr Green?" n Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, Safety Samual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. J. E. BUSINESS. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, ' !! Telephones win J. W. Mahan G. A.!; Morgan Misses Moss & Lay Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. IIIMIHIIIIIIIIIIIW IIIHIII II Installed Since 19,1 1. 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. May 1st, 357 H G. A. Ballard 397 Miss Fannie Bishop 165 F. G. Hurt 339-- J J. Q. Mahan 363-- S 374-- S (An smile.) embarrassed" "Oh!" "Well, suppose you tell the jury where that boot was with reference to Mr. Green." "Mistah Green was settin on It" "Sitting on it?" , "Yes, sah; he was settin' on it in de "Nottin' buf a boot" air." 186 365 383-- U 3S4-- A Dr. R. L. Pontius James Rankin T. C. Rankin Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. Residence Bright's Bend. Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. 213 381 Turner & Carpenter Grocery Campbell St. Miss Margaret Zanone Residence Crab Orchard St. Paste this in your telephone book. The Bastin Telephone Company, Inc., Lancaster, Ky. TAXE Your Taxes for the year 1911 are now past due and the State and County needs money. Please call at once and settle same. : "Do you mean to say you don't know to whom the boot belonged?" "Don't know nottin 'bout dat, sob.' "Tell the jury how it was that you could see the boot yet could not see the owner." "Well, sah, de steps Ieadin' down to de driveway arc on do side ob de gallery. I was lookin' sideways. I couldn't see whose foot dat boot was on wid-olookin' froo de side o de house." The counsel for the plaintiff gave up trying to identify the assaulter by means of Mark Antony and rested hi? case. The defendant's counsel merely stated that, while it had been proved that an assault on the person of Green had been committed, no proof had been adduced that his client had made the ut assault they considered that it bad been proved that Picard assaulted Green they were to find for the plaintiff: if aot, for they defendant They found for the defeudant "Yo' lionnli," said Colonel Picard. "will yo' be good enough, sah, to- permit me to pay the costs in this case and a fine of $10? I regya'd it a cheap price to pay fo' the privilege of having kicked the plaintiff out of my House." "The case Is closed," replied the Judge. . - The judge instructed the jury that if "I wouldn't be John Croaker's wife j Edward Ballinger and his bride had for anything," said Mrs. Busby to just returned from thpjr honeymoon and settled back Into ordinary life. Mrs. Emmons. Though It was ordinary life. It was "Why not?" "He's well named. He's a croaker, changed life. There was the difference true enough. Besides, he's a grumbler, between the single and the married always snarling. The nicest man ia state, which is a very great difference. this town is Ernest Schoefield. He al- Instead of remaining two Individuals. Lightes Draft Spreader Made. ways has a pleasant word for every they were to begin fusing into one Those matters in double person. one. is always smiling, and" Majestic Ranges, BesfGookers and Fuel Savers. which a married couple must be weldno use for him." "I have ed are innumerable. This story illus"Why not?" Moores Heaters, Studebaker and Moline Wagons. but one "I prefer Croaker. Somehow I never tratesreturning of them. office at evenfrom his On feel sure of Schoefield's nice sayings. When Croaker growls at me I know ing on the day after his return from his wedding trip the young husband what I'm getting." found that the postman had left sev"I reckon that's because you're kind The Best Buggy made. Come in and get one at reduced price. eral letters for him. all of which had o' queer yourself. opened by his wife. He repressMrs. Croaker had trouble at times been Buggy Harness at cut Prices. One and two horse with her husband. When she asked ed any expression of the slight shock up the letters, read him for $3 to buy some needed article he felt and. taking Wheat Drills. he would say, with a grumbling tone: them. They were mostly from old "You can't get anything but the cheap- chums, who, knowing of his arrival, Car Load of American Fence, new design, stronger and better than ever est for So, and there is no economy in welcomed him back, some waxiug cheap things. If you're going to get facetious on his altered condition. One it at all. get the best" Then he would was from Mortimer Smith, Mr. most intimate married friend. hand her double the amount she "Ned," said Mrs. Ballinger, "I don't asked." A little daughter, Alice, the only see why your chum, Mr. Smith, should child of the Croakers, .would occasion- attack mo in that way." "What way?" ally get a pleasant word from her "Why," he says, "your deaf ear will father, but she was the only one who il come in handy. When she gives you IT IS NOT MAGIC THAT PRODUCES ever succeeded in doing so. Andy Schoefield, a son of the Schoefield men- a curtain lecture in bed all you have tioned by Mrs. Busby, was a school- to do is to bury your well ear on the mate of Alice's, and the children were pillow and you won't hear her." growing up to be lovers. Andy's father Mr. Ballinger was puzzled. He undidn't like the match and warned his derstood the pleasantry of his friend's boy against it. As for Croaker, he remark perfectly. Mrs. Ballinger unHe simply croakjed as to the horrible derstood only its unpleasantly. knew that an explanation would be future in store for the couple, since neither of them would have anything hopeless. Ho didn't attempt one. ne It is just a combination of Good Wheat and on- which to begin life. concluded rather to use the Incident to "Why, Ernest Schoefield is rich," break up in the beginning his wife's Scientific Milling. We buy only the BEST opening his letters. protested Mrs. Croaker. WHEAT to begin with and put it through a "How do you know?" snarled her "The remark was not intended for you," ho said, "and you should not husband. process of Milling that insures a uniform "Why, everybody gays he is, and he's have seen it Old friends, especially men, understand each other and what just bought a 3,000 automobile." product at ail times. If you have not tried "Oh. he has. has he? Has he paid they say should be held in confidence. you had not opened his letter you for it?" If GLEN LILY FLOUR do so today. When Andy Schoefield became of would not have read what he said and age and Alice was nineteen it was evi- would not have been irritated by it" Mrs. Ballinger thought a bit before dent that their hearts were set upon each other. It was about this time that replying. "Don't you think that a wife Mrs. Busby and Mrs. Emmons met one has a right to know what her husband's riends think of her?" morning at the greengrocer's. Nothing is so irritating as to be "Isn't it awful about Mr. Schoefield?" obliged to argue with one who starts said Mrs. Busby. Lancaster, Kentucky. with an incorrect assumption. Though "What's awful?" "Why, haven't you heard? lie's Mr. Ballinger controlled himself, he failed and stuck all his intimate erred in being led into an attempted explanation. After ten or fifteen years friends. And such a nice man too!" "Well, Mrs. Busby, you know I don't of married life he would have taken fancy these people that are so nice to his friend's advice and covered his everybody. Their niceness is usually well ear. "You see, my dear, that Smith, who only skin deep." "They say he was living beyond his 1 a good deal of a joker, has had a long experience in married life and means." "Just so. That kind o' persons usual- knows" "Is Mrs. Smith a vixen?" ly do. It's their disposition to lock on "Not at all. Mrs. Smith Is a very the best side o' everything, so they lovely woman." don't see the dark side. If they'd keep "Oh! Then it is Mr. Sniith who We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection an eye on the dark side they'd come makes all the trouble in the family." out better in the end. The bright side Flour, Raymond City Coal, all coal, no clinkers "There is no trouble in the family." don't need watchin'." "Do you mean to tell me that there "And just think how hard it te on Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood the young lovers. Andy Schoefield and Is no trouble In a family when the Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. Alice Croaker. Everybody said what husband is obliged to cover up his well ear to escape what his wife has to say a nice thing her being engaged to Andy was. Mr. Schoefield gave out only a to him?" "But, my dear, you don't understand. day or two before he skipped that he I don't know a more united couple was goin' to give the couple a house." "Reckon that was to keep up confi- than Mort Smith and his wife." "H'm! I don't see how a couple can dence." CAM? NELSON, KY. be united when the husband has to "Well, I'm sorry for Alice. I should cover up the only car by which he can think she'd want to get married If only We want 50 tons of Timothy Hay. We are prepared to clean to get away from that crusty old hear to escape what his wife ha? to Seed Wheat at 5c per bushel. Clean it the same day you bring it. suppose he irritated her say to him. I father of hers." "Oh, I don't think Mr. Croaker's so beyond endurance." "You are attaching an importance to bad! I kind o' like to have him sparl me once in awhile. I kuow he ain't a witlcism that does not belong to it. at foolin' me, and that's more than I putting a matter of fact construction you know of these people who are always upon it Mort was not referring to especially, but to women generally." givln' me soft sodder. Good morniu'. "Oh. I suppose he's one of those Mrs. Busby!" men called women haters who think Mrs. Busby went away muttering. from wom"The reason she likes old Croaker is that everything bad comes such men." en. I have no patience with she's one o' the same kind herself." Mr. Ballinger's self control began to The Schoefield failure threw the give way. "You haven't it in you to Schoefield and the Croaker families he said, "and both into a painful condition. First understand this matter."up before you. disgrace attached to it shouldn't have come there was the It's your own fault Had you respectAndy's father running away to get you rid of "criminal proceedings- against ed my correspondence you would not can't fathom. read that which him; second. Andy hadn't a cent laid have Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. In future you will oblige me by leavup; third, to mention marriage under wamammamssasEaaEsssssBmammBBammmmmmmmmm the circumstances to Mr. Croaker was ing my mail untouched." These were the first harsh words Mr. considered by Mrs. Croaker and Alice newly to be equivalent to shaking a red rag Ballinger had ever spoken to his He had scarcely uttered made wife. before a mad bull. In However, Andy bad a position pay them when he saw a tear gathering Inher eye. She said nothing more." lug him ?20 a week, and on this the to pen up two resolve:! to be married. Mrs deed, it was all she could doup the lether feelings. Ballinger tore Croaker broke the news to her bus ters viciously and threw them into tb band, expecting some violent expresHis wife went out of wastebasket sions, and she got them. the room, putting her handkerchief to "They're going to be married on S20 a week, are' they? Tlwt's about her eyes at the same time. The newly made husband had learnenough to pay house rent" first, and If you ed his first lesson in married life. He "They can board at can spare, say, $100 for clothes for had learned that the logic laid down Alice she "won't need to spend any- by Bishop Whately and more recent thing in that way for a year or two." writers on the science would not do for "A hundred dollars! That's all rot" homo use. He followed his wife, mit Ms arms around her and kissed away ---" "Well, fifty then." Mr. Croaker went off to bis den. ber tears. "You have Jbeen very unkind," she where he kept his desk, and. coming They never need repairs, never need any attention in fact except an back, handed his wife a check for said. "'JTorgive me. I'll never do It again." occasional coat of paint. They're Fireproof Stormproof and suitable $1,000. .And the first matrimonial quarrel "Why, pa, what docs this mean?" for all kinds of buildings. For further detailed information apply to "Trousseau." grunted the old man jvas over. But the wife's opening of her husLocal Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, ant" went nway grumhling about the folly of young people trying to bite band's letters continued. Here are two letters she never saw, off more than they could chew. meeting occurred between one from her husband to his friend A third Smith and its reply: Mrs. Busby and Mrs. Emmons. "Mort you are a fool to send such a "Mornin, Mrs. Emmons. Have you heard about that $10,000 house that letter to my house as the one just ReAdvice and Inforcrusty old Croaker gave his daughter ceived. One would suppose a married man would have more sense." ' Q was married?" when she "Ned, I admit the impeachment IMI mation "No; did he? I always said I'd never do it again. Lunch with me torather have that man hit me than are cheerfully given at morrow." ' r.aothcr man taik soft to me." ucoes s mm h oreaders JOHN DEERE BUGGIES. Bal-Unge- J. R. MOUNT, SON PM & CO Glen Lily Flour, - Go. --V 'iMMliilUlMiJ Mfrfr'WilMlTrflTrJll'gJ Flour, Goal, Salt, SMe: STUDEBAKER WAGONS. V. GLASS QM SAUNDERS We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. - BEAZLEY & COLLIER v i '. Cause For Speed. "Mr. Buyzen is at the edge of a town with some gear trouble," says the assistant turning from the telephone. "Ho wants us to send out there and fix MEETING TROUBLE. Oftentimes the hindrances that George T. Ballard, y the machine for him." "All right, but we needn't hurry. He has paid for the machine," says the r be compared to the tailgates upon our turnlie in the path of duty may pike roads they are kept shut until agent Sheriff of Garrard Co. ."' "But he says .he is whiling away the time reading advertisements of other makes." '"Tell the repair crew to disregard the speed laws and get out there immediately." Judge. , we are just upon them and then fly open, as it were, of themselves. And that is true enough. If they had been open a' week beforehand we could but have gone through at last John Newton. The Seven Sleepers. The seven sleepers were seven nob!e youths of Ephcsus, who in the time of the Declan persecutions; it is said, fled to a certain cavern for refuge. They were pursued, discovered and walled in the cave, the perpetrators of the deed hoping to mete out a cruel and horrible death, nowever, according to the legend, they were made to fall asleep and were miraculously kept ourinstitution, and new comers are assured of the same courtesy as we are extending to our old patrons. Your mon ey will be well looked after and your banking business made pleasant when intrusted to the obliging service of this institution. alive for nearly two centuries. Their names are given as Maximian, Martinian, Denis, John, Serapion and Constantine. Mal-cbu- s. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. .J'F,',!&$&- Jl ,1 - ' SW , ?4 jj . -- - :m lr &&... HtaT 4SrV. ?- - J s aidetfioAe We Play No Favorites But A Sure Thing. See Our New Catalogue. i i i Each cash purchase at our store entitles the purchaser to a premium ticket which can be used in securing other Merchandise or in selecting a beautiful and handsome premium from our CATALOGUE. There is no ONE individual that receives a prize, but each and every customer making a cash purchase receives the benefit regardleas of the size of purchase. p j i No Game Of Chance. Ask For Premium Tickets.. The Joseph Mercantile Co. - Exclusive Ladies' Outfitters. SPECIAL EXCURSION . A J - 7 zr - -- - . J Who isDave Dave is the I only man that handles RED STAR t J Gossip About People vg ve e A Brief Mention of the Comings and Gomes by Those Wt Are Interested In. Elder F. M. Tinder is in visiting his sister. Miss Rella Arnold was a visitor in Lexington Monday. Mr. Sam Johnson is spending the week in Louisville. yodu find IT IN THIS COLUMN, D House and lot for sale or rent. Nevius. J. E. 1- -t CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Oct 22nd. COAL IN LANCASTER. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. (IWErgJlrMfEfHiJarrafrtf. rMMjMflMrafMjMffi Little Juliet May Walker is reported quite sick of typhoid fever. wmmaimmmammmmmimtmmmt Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Amon were visiMiss Marguirite Hurt is at home tors in Lexington this week. after a visit to Danville friends. Mrs. C. D. Powell has been in RichW. T. West attended the Postmaster's mond for a visit to her sister. convention in Louisville last week, J. W. Swope has returned from a Miss Minnie Brown has been in visit to his brothers in Lexington. Nicholasville visiting the "Misses Han-leDr. and Mrs. J. G. Pursley are in Paducah for a stav of several weeks. Mrs. Wood Burnside was hostess Miss Jennie Duncan was in Stanford, Friday afternoon at the Embroidery visiting her sister Mrs. Charlotte WarClub. ren. H. J. McRoberts, of Stanford was Mrs. W. H. Brown is the guest of with his brother R. E. McRoberts SatDr. and Mrs. Eugene Brown of Stanurday. y. For Sale Hill onions sets, hill onions and white clover honey. Walton E. Moss. Phone 354F For Rent Avenue live: My house on Lexington adjoining the one in which I Mrs. Susan Fisher. 12 H. en- $1.50 XSS Trip Round VAiHiJ'Pyflil44ifcdl m L'UJMluIJiIPiJMJII $1.50 Round Trip MHTXTi3H I SPECIAL TRAIN P. Foos gasoline gine; replaced by Electric Motor. P. 0. Box 353, Danville, Ky. fc Bargain HjUH For Sale Leaves Junction City 5:56 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. 38J acres of land, well improved on pike, two miles from Lancaster, well watered. Price right, call on James P. Bourne, Lancaster, Ky. H. Clay Kauffman and Miss Tommie Francis visited friends in Hustonville Sunday. Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie and brother Shirley Hudson were recent visitors in Danville. .S5 ., v .' i Hf GO TO THE ; M Creamery - FOR - COAL I Miss Estill Walker has been the recent guest of Miss Belle Denny of Stanford. shower. Miss Carrie Belle Romans is at home after a visit to Miss Elizrbeth Stagg at Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie was with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price of Danville Stanford. this week. Miss Reynolds of Stanford has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Oaks of Mrs. James Davis and little daugh-te- s Maud are at home after a visit to this county. Lexington friends. Miss Lucy Francis was a visitor in Mr. and Mrs. Roy Asa Haynes of Danville last week the guest of Mrs. Hillsboro, Ohio are expected for the Guy Hunley. Mason-Logan Beginning Oct 3rd I will give a ticket with each cash dollar spent with me Mrs. J. B. Collier is in Lexington from now until Jan 1st, 1912. each tickvisiting her sister Mrs. Charles Rich- et will give you a chance on the $25 ardson. Sewing Machine. J. W. Walker, tf. Mrs. Hugh Hemphill is in NicholasSeed Wheat For Sale. ville visiting her sister, Mrs. Margaret Folger. 100 bushels of no 1 seed wheat for C. Conner Brown entertained in sale also 200 bushels of onions. B. F. Mrs. honor of Miss Edna Mason with a linen Robinson. Phone 363 B. ford. 3? iuaXXTxHH vsiiaxA fi&MMa Grand . Auction-ng . in m MiWSBfewMfflKiSi TrJtr Sale of residence lots at Paint Lick, Ky., on October 14th, These lots will be sold to the highest bidder, absolutely regardless of price. No They never need repairs, never need any attention in fact except an They're Fireproof Stormproof and suitable for all kinds of buildings. For further detailed information apply to occasional coat of paint. Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, at this sale for your price gets the Mrs. Effle Newland and Miss Lizzie Newland of Lincoln cocnty are with & $ "Straight Creek," "Bennett 1 1 Block" and "Hermatige 1 Cannel." v Garrard relatives. Miss Mary Rankin of the Madison Female Institute was at home for several days visit last week. Miss Edna Kavanaugh has gone to Indianapolis where she will take a course in the D. & D. Institute.' Each the best in its Class. Y J ' v Too Many Buggies to carry Patterson d Patterson left over through the winter. About nalBJgffUraUl?SIlMli WiiSlllSIairafSlHfaiH; for several months stay at the Crab Henry Falconer of Sanitorium. adelphia guests of for the twenty second hand vehicles, entertained at a marriage. Tuesday evening after the 1 rehearsal. The invited guests were Pontius has returned from BETSY'S POINTERS newly painted and repaired. where he attended the the members of the bridal party. Kidney Troubles ing of the State Veterinary Persons during this month are Rogers a foreign missionary power, great of lecture at the Presbyterian church CAN BE AVOIDED. Some have new wheels and rubtact taste, are courteous to Wallace has been P. at of the waakness the forerunner of two dangerous fable, are noted for their wit last Jason little the town are most invited to Jessamine to es Rheumatism Bright's weakness, slight at that they 'know' a critically of but not least attend. first is usually thonght insignificant ber tires. therefore neglected. tmng as as tney fever. serious treatment to trade with Lucy Francis with the. first Alex Mrs. George panied by Mr. M. accom- H. V. BASTIN. Mrs. W. W. Brown has returned Miss Bessie Brown of Madison Fehome after a visit to her daughter male Institute will be the guest of her Mrs. J. L. Tribble near Hyattsville. parents Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown. Rev. and Mrs. A. J. Tribble of RichMiss Kate Lee Denny was "At mond have been recent visitors of their Home" to Miss Edna Mason and spenephew John L. Tribble of Hyattsville. cial friends of the bride Tuesday afterMr. R. J. Sillman and Miss Kathleen noon. Hanley of Nicholasville were the Miss Nell Johnson of Lexington but i guests-o- f Miss Minnie Brown Sunday. formerly of this place is now in RichSunday mond takinga course School. lot, Music furnished by an excellent band. One lot and other valuable Mrs. W. R. Cook will entertain Mon prizes will be given away. Every one day afternoon for &5iss Edna Mason, on the grounds will have a chance at these presents. Everybody invited. the bride of the week. Terms easy. Misses Helen and Martha Gill left Thursday for a six weeks visit to friends United Realty & Auction Co in Tulsa, Okla and Denver Col. Lexington, Ky. Mrs. R. E. Hughes and little daughter Margaret Elkin Hughes have returned to thir home in Louisville. wedding. Buggies Bu les. at the Normal Phil- Orchard Miss Edna' Mason luncheon Rev. and Mrs will be W. B. Mason Mr. and Mrs. n Mason-Loga- only Dr. R. L. Louisville meet- Kidney is diseas- Miss will Sunday Medical Association. 3:30 M. AH ladies Mr. E. N. and avoid complications, Disease. This and should cordially To sta-t- t hint of trouble. Nyal's Stone Root Compound 8j If taken in time will insure perfect freedom from kidney disorders It means Htroner. eealthv kidnevs. reerular in their action and the blood free from injurious waste matter. 50c & SI. ' Francis and little daughter Sibyl of Miss Mayme Dickerson of the Rich- store that sells Cadet Stockings. Rolling Fork Mississippi, left Tuesday mond Normal school was at home for a visit to Miss Edna Ballou of Rich- Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs. Mary Dickerson. mond. Miss see his who is pronounced typhoid called son ill possessed and boin much will and and af- good and Mrs. show soon commence R. S. BROWN. The the bottle. R. s E. cTWcRoberts , Son. Mrs. J. Hervey McDowell and children of Pass Christian Msssissippi were at Crab Orchard Springs several days this week as guests of Mrs. Fisher Herring. Mr. George T. Mason, of Chicago, will be with his brother W. B. Mason and wife for the marriage of his niece Miss Edna Barbour Mason and William Fox Logan. A FULL LINE OF BLUE AND WHITE Enamel ware just received. Prices lower then ever before. GIVE US A CALL. Li G. DAVIDSON u Dr. J." L. Slavin formerly of this county now a rising physician in Danville was united in marriage on Saturday afternoon to Miss Mary Irvine an attractive young lady of Danville. Jas. Hilton, who has been 'employed as salesman with the Citizen's Drug Co left Monday at noon for Lancaster, his old home, where he has secured a similar position with a drug firm in that place. Jim has a host of friends in this city, "who will regret to hear of his departure. Middlesboro Mr. Hilton is a brother of Mrs. Mal-coHouse and is engaged with Mr. J. E. Stormes. -' ' STews-Record. m J. P. Prather and daughters attended the burial of Mr. Claytons Sanders little daughter, a of Mrs. Prather. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Sanders were called to Kirksville by the death of Mr. Sander's father Mr. Clifton Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock Mrs. Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City who has been in Danville visiting her daughter Mrs. Herbert Price 'cam Wednesday for a visit to Mrs. D. M. Lackey and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. grand-daughter San-shower Just received a car load of Red Ash Jellico Coal The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Sqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra Ed & N B Price W S Ferguson E F Herring W A Price S L Rich W S Embry Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney ZT"Rice Jas Sutton . Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels D B Anderson H C Arnold H C Hamilton, W G Anderson, POSTED By-Biddi- ng. They will be sold REGARDLESS of Price. No We have also 'taken over the stock of Bug- gies belonging to the Danville Buggy Company, with such well known brands as the Columbus, Troy and Enterprise. This is an opportunity to get any kind of a Sale begins Buggy at prices unheard of. Holiday, October 16th, County CoiirtDay, at 10 a. m. Sharp. - GYConn which I will sell out at 13 LH Brown J G Conn TWConn Pilgrimage cents on car. Also a car J G Clark Boulden Dr. Tobaco Co. WTJurnett Mrs Maggie C G Gay W K Leavell load of Straight Creek at Dunn John Boian E 12 cents on car. This week E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath; R. E. Thompsan. Booth Thompson Capt. TD.English, Auct. only. " H.B. Northcptt. J.'W. Simpson ,A. R. M. Arnold, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. r- s. s - vrr-v-- -. H LH.H aH aH ' ",B I II aH aH H .HH pH bB H .A "H -- H H B-H Mm aH aH iBH BB II Ihh aB aH aH aa A'ftnlft ET A sensible mother we know Is being well paid for the care she is taking in the matter of the diet of her boy, not yet two years old. From the start she has aimed to feed him those foods that are nutritious and wholesome, particularly those strong in bone and muscle forming elements. The result Is a degree of health in the child that is superb. The little fellow Is free from stomach trouble, has pink cheeks, a clear skin and is remarkably strong and muscular. The mother has used in his diet milk, oatmeal, bread and butter, eggs, a limited amount of fruit has reduced sweets to a minimum and gives the child no pastry. She adheres to this bill of fare at home and elsewhere and docs not let neighbors or relatives stuff him with knlckknacks or fill him with, coffee that would give an ndnlt nervous pros- bbV BBBf bbP H BBBBBI HH BBBBBBBj bWbWbWbWI-bbWbWbW- BBBBBBBJ yBBBBBBf b T 0 fresh eggs serve" as a corkTo floafthe prices of the great quantities of eggs of uncertain reputation that are marketed in violation of pure food laws. She has made a deal with a hotel In a large market center 350 miles from where she lives and every three or four days crates her eggs and ships them to her customer by express. Each egg In stamped with the date on which it is laid. For eggs marketed under these conditions she receives GO per cent more than If" they were sold locally and marketed In a miscellaneous shipment. She has assumed that relation to the egg market which Rives her a higher price In Just the proportion that other folks market stale eggs, thus Increasing the demand for those strictly fresh. She takes palm and Is well paid for her trouble. In an egg laying contest held in Australia InBt year the Black Langsbans made the best showing. In contests held thus far this season the White Leghorns seem to be in the lead. However, the rivalry is keen, and the honors may go to any of three breeds. speak at the court house in Lancaster at will 1 M I Barbers la Towa. Every One Is Earnestly Requested To Be Present and Hear The Issues Discussed. IIIHIMHIMIIMMIIIMMIIIlMtMlll I FARMER'S COLUMN! rfpace below thin heading u or me exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, aud la for the sale of stock, grain and iach things on farm as fb farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lioes, aud will be ouly In two Issues of the Rkcoxd, free of charge . Mil 01 19 M i JmiT r t a J There is no economy whatever in scrimping the rations of animals 'that work, are intended for the block or give milk. Neither is there profit in any man or woman who works keeping himself or herself in the samethalf fed condition. There was something a bit awry in the arrangement of things when a longer interval was not provided between the exactions of the iceman and coal man. Instead of there being a gap those two fellows often overlap In their services. Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave Saved! "I refused to be operated on, the morning I heard about Cardui," writes Mrs. Elmer Sickler, of Terre Haute, Ind. "I tried Cardui, and it helped me greatly. Now, I do my own washing and ironing." E63 The Only Two Wake See the tall sign, North side of Public Square. . M BY HOUSE. D. WUin bought a Jack .Rogers sale for $635. . J. at Wilson DE. Wm. BURNETT Plwsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6. tCIHTIULPOtn KXXJE KIVCK For Sale Arow and 9 pigs. R. E. Henry. OREGON coMOMNoeMce nu1i This VALLEY sBWfJr '''KwF i I For Sale A number of young horses. Walton Moss. John M. Farra purchased a nice saddle horse at Wilson Rogers sale for J250. oticn:co mii M ,i I'CisP with- A good many bens have that queer streak which makes them prefer to lay their eggs In the barn or wood house of a neighbor than of their owner. ' Per- matter must not be reprinted out special permission. haps it is the same tendency that makes so many youngsters prefer to play at the neighbor's than at home. The tration. H. J. PATRICK, the tubers of the single blossomed dahlias are now being grown for consumption, as are sweet potatoes. Another curiosity along the same line is the use of milkweed as oVegetable, it being cut when tender and used as The fellow who carried a package one does asparagus. along the street the other day about the size of two bars of soap bad just Even In the country the proper place bought a quarter's worth of sugar. If for the pigs is In pens and yards pro- the trust keeps on boosting the price of vided especially for them and not the tho commodity Inside of a couple of dooryard. lawn and flower beds. weeks a quarter's worth of sugar will W. B. Burton bought a pair of mules Some one who has trled.it recom- Many folks who are well fixed finan- look like one bar of soap. from Wils. Rogers for $455. and anoth- mends putting a cupful or more of cially and have plenty of room on the salt into the cistern to purify and farm seem to have some odd notions er mule for $160'. The etiquette of the poultry yard sweeten the water. This causes im- on this matter of where the pigs right- ordains that newly batched Individuals Wilson Rogers bought six mules in purities to separate and settle, when ly belong. of the ben species are chickens until they are six months old. From this Stanford Monday of various parties at the clear, water on top may be dipped or pumped off. an average price of $165. bacterial life which is respon- time until a year old they are pullets The sible for scab in potatoes will live or cockerels, depending upon their sex, The fall thus far has been ideal for over in the ground from one year to while upon reaching a year old they Z. T. Rice sold from his farm, on the supply of seed corn another, but the spores which cause are roosters and hens for all time. Buckeye pike 28 800, pound yearling the securing of a under the most favorable conditions. smut in wheat and oats do not; henco cattle to Jas. T. and Collins Coy, price If there is any man; whose seed corn The Increase in the amount of corn treating tb" seed means clean grain 4J cents falls to germinate .next spring it will the following season, even on ground which is being cut for fodder tula fall be his own fault because .be is lazy that produced a smutty crop the pre- Is reflected in the sale of corn binders Sheriff B. G. Fox, of Danville or careless or both. in different parts of the corn belt In vious season. bought 52 mule colts at Forkland and one Instance which the writer noted Ferryville last .Saturday, the price Anthracnose. a plant disease that The cause of scientific agriculture recently a distributing firm in a town ranging from $50 to $90. does much damage to both apple and lo'st one of-i-ts most able and devoted of 10,000, whose sales of corn binders pear trees, can be kept largely in check advocates in the death of Professor average 200, has this season sold 1,200 J. P. Turner sold to Jim Taylor, at by spraying the trees as soon as the F. EL King, who died at Madison, of these machines. Nicholasville, the Nicholasville cream- leaves have fallen with the bordeaux Wis., a short time ago. Besides writThe country revival might well have ery, for $1,400. This plant which mixture. A thorough treatment at this ing a number of books on drainage, irtime has been found to give excellent rigation and soil physics, he devised been, if It was not in fact devised for comparitively new cost about $5,000. results. the spiritual regeneration of the felthe system of ventilation for barns lows who have bought shoddy gasoline For Sale- -1 good Superior drill $12.00 Not a few boys and girls who go which bears his name and has been engines and who try to save a little 5 thorough .bred Hampshire boars, 1 wrong in life and fail of anything so generally used by progressive farm- money by operating rickety and played Jersey bull calf subject to register on worth while got their start when their ers everywhere. out machinery of one kind or another. sires side. Phone S. H. Aldridge, parents sided with them wrongly as An annual revival would be needed to ."Our hens are fat and in fine con- keep such fellows even In fair shape Hyattsville, Ky. against the teacher at school. This is theory, but a condition that can dition, but don't lay," Is a summary morally. Rot a R. H. Price of Townville S. C. bought be verified from the experience of of the complaint of hundreds of poul- try keepers in fine condition perhaps What a tribute it is to the wisdom of in Stanford Monday a horse for $115., teachers everywhere. Lfer-ihroasting pan or kettle, but not a discerning Providence that the finest pair of muleB for $285,, a mule for good Lord apparently knew for producing eggs. It's their fatness as well as the sweetest blessings that 1175., one for $145., one for $165., and The one for $100., he also bought two small what he was about when he ordained and fine condition that are the cause of life holds are within areacb of all the amies of C Ruble for $100. each and a that men and women should unite the trouble. Switch them from a diet people, rich and poor and high and low their efforts In the making of a home. consisting chiefly of corn to one of namely, sunshine and fresh air, purs horse for $150. Either sex makes a pretty bad mess wheat; bran, skimmllk, green stuff, water, the splendid beauties of the scraps outdoor world and At Wilson Rogers sale horses sold of it when they attempt to go it alone. meat sing a and. the like, and the hens ntent and happiness the love, content In the individual different tune and fill the Of the two the man seems to be en- will from $125. to $250., and mules at from And family life. titled to eveu more sympathy than the egg basket $150 to $250. About 100 head were diswoman. , posed of. Stock cattle brought 4i cents No finer is exemplified The drought of the season closing per pound. There was a good crowdin Some one fond of statistics in the anywhere than that which is being put should not only be credited with havattendance and as a rule everything large has found that the Russian uses into practice by many country pastors ing forced many a farmer into buying sold well. The Paint Lick store room on an average two pounds of soap in connection, wit the varied practical a silo, but it has caused thousands of advertised Was .taken down, Mr. Rogers per year and the Englishman twenty-- problems which confront their parish others to realise in a serious way, for pounds, but since he uses cold loners and by these same hardworking tb ftrst time, the necessity of savinir not caring to accept th&Jughest bid one water he is not any cleaner than the parishioners in relation to the moral b& low poa toss of excellent rough offered for it; which was $7995. American, who uses seventeen pounds and spiritual problems which jBe4n the cornfields. If the lesson r has on his hands. a year with warm water. 'The Frenchthis season along this one line Sam S. Ralls, of Montgomery county man uses fifteen pounds of cleanser carried out to the, fullest extent U yewembered the drought will seem, sold his fancy pair of three year old possible jbas ow're in it Of conteatsaeat in 4arg degree to nave been Justi- and the German ten pounds. mare mules to Gentry & Thompson, of for the Araerleaa ihaR Lexington, for $750. This pair of The chief advantage of the cement mmj other agency that can benaaae. Jed. mules has been winning all over Ken- floor for the poultry lies in the fact The practice of indiscriminate "piectucky at the various fairs and are the that it is rat and skunk proof. The Kerosene is sometimes rssA .rR R ing" between meals Is to be frowned, highest priced pair of mare mules that tendency of the floor to gather damp- saeans of accelerating a rteay Are, tat upon in the case of both children and otter adults, but the eating of a light luqch lias ever been sold fn Kentucky for a ness at certain seasons of the year 1r the case of an TlfwintoRR, long time. Mr.jRalls also sold to the can be overcome by a .thin covering day there was so jaach RecSeraUeBl Rt stated intervals in the middle of same firm two 'other mare mules, one of earth or a generous scattering of that the unfortunasejmembers of tksj 'the forenooa and afternoon has a good family could not .adjust themselves to deal In its favor when practiced by Jitter. For the superstructure walls a the other a setting re to those engaged in severs physical toll the four mules bringing a of the henhouse no material excels clay it. The stove blew jjp. hollow blocks, which insure both dry the house, and tve members of the, or by those who are in a depleted total of $1,250. family were burned to 'death before physical condition or invalids. It preseas and warmth. they could make their escape from, vents an exhaustion ibat can only be . Comparison. . A lady friend who is a reader of the house. When kerosene Is put on a harmful. Tfra woman who can make a Under these notes reduced her Jelly operations smoldering fire a gas Is at once As the rural resident welcomes the aalckea pi out of a touch old come-af- to a minimum during is as laBgerbos as gaso- mail carrier each morning it is hard the hot weather from tee dlnlac table Is much by bringing her fruit juices to a boll line. It is the ignition of thWgaa that for him to realise bow great the ladus-tr- y ajore of an artlit than the on who and them. She will her is of which the latter Is R pari ca paint a draarr landscape or deco- jelly canning wants it during makecom- raises havoc in such cases. as she the rate- a piece of chlaa. Exchange. However, there are 40,000 other saea ing months, thereby saving herself a One llrJef in central or eastern, who are making just such trips every lot of discomfort from the heat and states s,nd who has not been in the' 'stay. The aggregate distance that they Imcldentally saving quite a bit of fuel. Golden tate is sometimes at a loss travel daily is 1.000,000 ipilee, and in a Is Ytar $kk m Fire. 4 Hpre than this, she claims that the to understand how orange ranches cam enormous total of jail, has a better flavor if made but have r value of from $1,600 to $3,60 year it reaches the The service over 300,096,000 miles. Does it seem to you that you can't R short,, tisae before beta used, and per acre. But such prices are lat Btand another minute of that awful, we shoultlajt Jbese 40,000 routes costs the wonder if she were right. Hgible when one takes into a year. burning itch? h the value of single crops whidf That it MUST be cooled? Whtie next May Is the time to make got from such ofange groves; Or A majority of folks who plant potathe roe bed. it. is a good idea to be lady, a Mrs. Sears, who owns a fiftees) . Tkat you.MUST have reKef! Get a mixtere of Oil eJ.Wiatergreen, getting tsMKxatertsJ ready for it row. acre ranch in the southern part ef toes select good looking seed from- the Ma la the" spring. This method, of Tayiaal, ajtfoikera)tMugre4teBt8 ARag the-- Rest- reeessaead' Ir a California, recently sold her crop seieetioir Insures type and size, per mixture- - nnastsHsg of one part of vsiendas on the trees for ilfUSOv-ajtf- l aa coaqnaanded only in D. D. D. Raps, but it overlooks one of the Most broken bine grass seds and one part J had nothing- to do in the hapsrtant factors in connection with oc well ratted barnyard raanure. As but Indorse a draft-- w th am, The very first drops STOP that aw-fpetate raising nameiy, yieia, vine mucR et tnls will be needed should Of course JHa orange ranch did taming iastaatly Rt ettlf&way to get around this la to go be composted this fall aad allowed to cosse Jqr chance, but was givea pates-deca- y Into the from which one wishes Tke first drops aeoike and heal! aattl the time for makfag-tltaking crt Rnd spraying for a sasJM-- , ta secareaald and dig eaeagh Villa .seed , D. D. D.,.givfl yea., comfort clean bed In the spring-- when to the aalx-- tude of enemies, to bring to r1 ferar ts give the desired sec the skia.cf aU wpuritiea and wash- tare shoald be added and thoroughly able bearing coaditiea. it a pasV with Tsesji Bf this jtfn ft is es away pimples aad "blotches over Raixed one-ha-lf as much rather stiff as- - settfcaiees that are of clay solL Betted leaves nay be aaed Right! One level beaded fanner's wil w lesser type RBd also vGet a f 1.09 or 36 cent bottle today. In part 1r 'sJaW of the asaave aad kuow wpa Keeps aaay layiag as saaasssss swsaa jp I wiU jive xcaUeat resalt. raseato taa idea of having; b .Sold by R-- . McRoberts & Son. N " e le ea-ifsre- ed 4Ux4-Rappness -- There is nothing that gets second FOB Sale Two Poland China Boars, hand and out of style faster than an weighing about 100 lbs. W. S. Embry. automobile unless It is a woman's hat of the current mode. W. B. Burton bought a 4 year old trotting mare in Lexington last week Corn and alfalfa are the keystones for $290. r of success, not only In the production of beef and pork, but In the producFor Sale Five good milch cows and tion of butter fat. Wherever the two 14 calves. Thos W. Conn, Lancaster crops will grow there prosperity is y. RFfcNoL sure to be found. fact is not generally known, but Nearsighted. Dentist, All Work Guaranteed. The Woman's Tonic Cardui is a mild, tonic remedy, purely vegetable, and acts in a natural manner on the delicate, womanly constitution, building up strength, and toning up the nerves. In the past 50 years, Cardui has helped more than amillion women. You are urged to try it, because we are sure that it will do you good. At all drag stores. Paint Lick, Kentucky. M. K. Denny, DENTIST OQce over Mi-,- rfifeiif a " 3 Arnold's Millinery. ; Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Phone 340. Public 'Square. La- - jb dies and Men's Garments. A. j0 jim Fruit and Shade Trees h. ltf. Faulkner, ftlgr. -- Office Hours Office over Jones George, I hear you were disto U. 1 p.m. to 4. Storme Drug Store. charged from the marine band. What i.m was the trouble? B- - !E George (the cornet player) Veil, I you how it vas. De band vas told DENTIST. "blaylng sweet and low, und I saw a Phone 65. big note und played it loud, und, by Lancaster. Ky. gosh, it was a horsefly Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you H. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. Walter. TINSLEY, 329--J. 1 Public Sale! of Countp Surveyor. PHONE I - H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Office over P. G. Hurt's furniture store. Lancaster, Kentucky. Land, Stock aad Crops Having decided to go West, we will offer for sale to the highest and best flaEaVHt Ml JMPuMHVVlVtaB bidder on THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911, AT 10 A. M. the following property, consisting of 375 acres of fine Bluegrass land, situated in the famious Camp Dick Robinson section of Garrard county, Ky., 6 miles from Danville, 8 miles from Lancaster, 1 mile off Lexington turnpike on good county road,10 room dwelling, 3 porches 2 good cisterns at door, dwelling illuminated with acetylene gas, all necessary outbuildings, 2 large tobacco barns, 1 good stock barn, 1 large silo, 200 young fruit trees just beginning to bear, farm Residence Phone is well watered and in good state of Office Phone 31. cultivation. Farm will be sold in two LANCASTER. KY. tracts and 'as a whole, then taking the best bid. Terms on Farm, One half down, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years at 6 per cent, per annum. w J?. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician mm Glses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. n8MWCIMO9MU8llMttMg0 0IMt J A BEAZLEY Gut Flowers I McRoberts. f of QUALITY. Funeral Director Lware and Embalmer Henry L. Casey, d.v.s VETERINAEIAN. Former Director Animal Industry Pbillpplna Islands. United States Array ie four-year-old'a-nd five-year-o- ld, -- k -- govern-Rear$37,000,0- DANVILLE. KY CATTLE 40 head of fat cattle, will weigh J, 300 pounds. 4 head milk cows and 3 calves 7 brood sows and 1 boar. Go to the BEST Place if you want MULES AND HORSES, 1 pair Mare Mules I5J hands, 8 years the BEST WORK. old. 1 pair Mare Mules 15J hands, 3 We have the only Steam Steryears old. J pair Mare Mules 15J hands Massage. Shop IJoyal blood Rnd splendid Individuality, 2 years old. 1 Mare Mule 15 hands, 5 ilizer in town for Fall boars and gilts for sale. years old. 1 Horse Mule 15 hands, 2 on Richmond St, years old. 5 yearling Mare Mules, good J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster. Ky. HENRY DUNCAN ones. The Old Reliable Barber. Three suckling Mare Mule Colts, 3 good Brood Mares in foal to jack, 5 to old Harness mare, a 10 yrs, 1 dandy, 1 Gelding, 1 old old Famgelding, good driver, 1 ily mare, 500 Bales of good Timothy I I CARDS. i Office Telephone fcl at Logan's Stable, and ISi. Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs Jersey Bull jqji. Or. R. L. Pontius, Offlice ar -- Pre-acxiati- - -- al 1 u I m poweflairbanks tion, including Morse Gasoline Engine, alsa; Ensilage Cutter and Crusher. Household and Kitchen Furniture and other articles top numerous to mention. Terms mat e known on day of sale. Dinner on Hay, Farming Machinery of every descrip- Heniy Simpson- 88427 -- .Season Veterinary. Surgeon and Dentist. at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky.-I have just opened up a new,. cleao - j. J -- asaaf ssssjsa on Ixington. stiwt next to the post? grounds. office and will be, glad to have my COUNTY ATTKNEY. Farm will be sold promptly at 10 UWYEI friends to call "and" see me. Ckaa o'clock Will Practice in all State Courts and SALLIE F. PENSE & SONS. Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention U. S. District Court. Marksbury, Ky. Police Court. Phone, 184' I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. SWEENEY. J. E. Robinson, W. Barber Shop ui OrHc-o?fl- r jbHHPUNCAN; J &- - - vSfc- - fe - ?ry-- r -