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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 20, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911102001_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 20, 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. i-- ) w v' ,', THE CJENTHAt,'- RECORD - PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DE&OCRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1911 Hon John M. Farra is going some Gov. Beckham is going to speak in Lancaster on the af ternoon of Oct. these days and says that he is sure to be elected representative at the com28th. , ing election. . Dont fail to hear Hon. John'S. Rhea Mrs. Elizabeth De)iny lost a Black at the court house Monday afternoon (court day) He is one of the best Jet cross with pearl center between the Presbyterian church and her room speakers you ever heard. Richmond street, on Wednesday night. LOST On Sunday night between If found return to her. Baptist church and home, a crescent brooch. Reward if returned to Miss Mr. Lee Gott Loses Residence. Pearl Bettis at Batson's Store. The resieence and ' contents of Mr. A telegram was received here on last Lee Gott on Main street were complete Thursday announcing the arrival of a ly destroyed by fire about 12 o'clock little girl at the home of Mr and Mrs Saturday night. The origin of the con Jake Miller in Charleston, W.Va. The flagration is unknowm. Mr. Gott estilittle Miss has been christined Lillian mates his loss at about $3,500; with Lucile and is a grand daughter of Mr $1,500 insurance. Mr. Gott is a memand Mrs N. Miller of this city. ber of the firm of Gott Bros of this r NUMBER 28. i m&x&a&s& BURGOO 1M Lexingj Burley Tobacco And Gratory At KILlijisjc You hrvi, ft! xmL' ssiisap...1 - Wm ton On. Thursday October 2Glh. HEATING AND PLUMBING. We use the best ma- i terial the market affords. Let us make you an estimate on your vwants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in h 5 place. A Long Trip. 'Climax" "Big Injun" HasA Birthday. Mr. James R. Henry of Kirksville is on a visit to friends and relatives in Atlantic and other Illinois towns. He is accompanied by his wife daughter and one son, John R. Henry. Mr. Henry made the entire trip in his auto- i mobile and reports a very novel as well as enjoyable experience. Republican Rally country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. The republicans of this county are going to heve a grand rally this Friday. Judge O'Rear and other speakers will be on hand with a big brass band. A big band concert will be given in the park from 10 to 12 o'clock in the morning. Mr. R. H. Batson has had Another Set Of Candidates For City Councharge of the advertising which insures cil Probable. a large crowd. As we go to press we understand that there is an effort on foot to put up "Twas Ever Thus.,' another set of candidates for the offices The candidate in the Nicholasville of city councilmen, the members of the contest upon whom we had pinned out proposed board to be composed of genfaith as a winner, Miss Juliet Welch, tlemen, who favor the selling of a telewent down in defeat, the prize going phone franchise with rates fixed at to Miss Royce. However Miss Welch from $1.40 to $3.00, The matter has 476,950 votes, which is a splendid evi- not as yet reached a tangible form and dence of her popularity, even if she did we are unable to secure the names of not win, and not a single one of the se any of the prospective candidates. Mr S. D. Rothwell celebrated a birth day Tuesday, Just hpw old he was we did not hear and did we know, would be afraid to incur his enmity by telling, but anyway he gathered about him a few of his old comrades in arms, old masons and other friends, and they certainly had a splendid time at the best place in the county for having a good time, the Dripping Springs. Among the Lancaster friends, of Mr Rothwell who attended, were Messrs R. Boyle, G. S. Greenleaf, J. A. Stone, Tom Wherritt and J. P. Prather. The Lexington Leader is authority for the statement that the Burley To fa bacco Society will have a big rally and ? jollification at Lexington oh October ' 26th, to which every tobacco grower in Kentucky, both landlord and tenant, are invited and urgently requested to attend. At this time the fully details of the new pooling scheme, including the big factory, will be explained in i detail. Some of the best speakers in the country will be present and will address the crowd, the list includes Congressman A. O. Stanley, Senator Bradley and possible Joseph Basley of Texas, also at last a dozen other speakirHI ers of less prominence, bjit who trtJ equally as familiar with the situation as the gentlemen named. jgj Every tobacco grower who can possibly make his arrangements to do so should attend, for aside from hearing some speaking and having a days enjoyment, he will have the tobacco situation thoroughly and intelligently ! I I Are In- - fit' i v vi ifti "t vited m To Haselden Bros., Lancaster, 1 From Oct a 30 to Nov 4 $7.50, to him. Water Works. The Malleable Man and The Malleable Girl will show you their Favorite Range. You will be served with Hot Biscuits and Coffee, Receive a Valuable Cook Book, Beautiful Souvenir, and At last steps have been taken by the City Council, which if not voted clown by the people will mean that Lancaster is to have a good system water works. On Monday morning the board of health notified the Mayor that if something were not done immediately that the entire system would got busy and called a mass meeting of the citizens on Monday evening also a special meeting of the council. Nearly-al-l the people present were in favor of issueing twelve thousand dollars worth of bonds and extending the pipes to the river. In order to borrow this money, it is necessary that a Vote be taken and that it carry by two thirds majority. The vote will be taken at this November election. Some of the citizens thought at first that it would be better to wait, however if the vote not taken this year we will have to wait for another year as the vote can only be taken at a regular election. The water is bad in its present condition and there is no doubt but that it must cause some sickness. Where public health is at stake, we are in favor of remedying it if possible. In this case it is possible if the system is conducted properly so it is now left to the voters to say whether they want pure water or whether they want none be condemned. The council immediately A Present Worth you If buy your Range during the Exhibit. You cannot afford to miss it Remember the TIME and THE PLACE. imMimmmimjmmMmjim JiiHfMnifi'; Hm votes were bought. John F. Wagers Suffers Another Stroke Old Kentucky Good Enough For Dr. Sandlin i fcttiir a s ir-" rS;:tiW n fVJ z ftWtWW f "fc m iv v.! bM 1i wmt siH k? ma .41 ""Hir Of Paralysis. Ex-Sher- iff CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. v I &&&&&&F&$& Attention Ladies See our NEW FALL Line of John F. Wagers, who sufstroke of paralysis last fered a and from which he had about winter, recovered, had a slight return of the disease on last Friday. Mr. Wagers collapsed and at first he was thought to be in a very serious condition, but has improved considerably during the past two days. Both attacks were in the left side, and while the paralysis is somewhat allayed Mr. Wagers is suffering considerably with rheumatism in W. H. Traylor Dies. the rierht side. His friends will be tidings of his continual glad to receive W. H. (Henry) Traylor died sudimprovement. Richmond Climax. denly Tuesday afternoon at his home at "Edgewood" of heart trouble. His remains were laid to rest in the family burying ground at Goshen at 11 o'clock Thursday morning. Mr. Traylor was 64 years of age and was unmarried. Henry Traylor while living in Lincoln county, was prominently identified with Garrard county affairs and had a host of friends here. Nothing was ever attempted in this county for the good of the community but what he gave both of his energy and means in support, and in this and many "other ways he endeared himself to Garrard county people. Mr. Traylor never married, but he took a delight in forming about him a family circle of his relatives and friends, and his beautiful home at "Edgewood" is famous for the hospitality dispensed there. Whole souled, genial, charitable to a fault, Henry Traylor will be sadly missed," both in his home county and the se-ver-e be pleasant news to the friends H. G. Sandlin and family to of Dr. know that they have returned to Richmond to reside. Dr. Sandlin left about two weeks ago for Texas with a view to making his home in that State, but on arriving he and his family soon discovered they could not become reconciled to the Lone Star State as a permanent abode and have returned to Richmond, as Dr. Sandlin expressed himself ".to live always." Richmond Cli. max. It will !R " ,m .,-- at all. its It is claimed by the board of health that it is possible to contract disease from the streets where they are sprinkled with this lake water. Do you want to endanger the lives of your loved ones for the sake of a few paltry dollars or do you want to vote these bonds and go to the river and forever afterwards have good water. It is true that this matter ought to have been looked into several months ago if the vote was goin g to be taken this fall, however the council had intended to have an expert man here in the spring and have him give his esti- t -- 4 .j.i pud TrKv va ehii f7, Fnm W s sur-ronndi- ng counties. A Strong Firm. FINE FOOTWEAR made by the SHELBY SHOE CO. All the New Shades in Velvets and Tans. Up To -- Date Toes and Lasts. -- None Better, Few As Good. Let us sell you your FALL SHOES, Quality and Style considered, we will save you money. Dr. Wm. Burnett has sold his handsome residence on Water street to Dr. W. Mc. Elliott of Bryantsville for $5,000. Dr. Elliott will take posession of his new purchase on January 1st, at which time Dr. Burnett will go to boarding, at least for a time. Upon the coming of Dr. Elliott to town he will form a partnership with Dr. Burnett, thereby forming one of the strongest firms of physicians in Central Kentucky. Dr. Burnett allready enjoys one of the most lucrative practises in the county and the advont of Dr. Elliott into the city will materially strenghten our already splendid force . of physicians. Dr. Elliott is by no means a stranger to the people of Lancaster, having lived here with his father, the late Dr. Milton Elliott, until after he became a practising physician, when he located at Bryantsville. Dr. ElhVt has been practising medicine for the last fifteen years with marked success. He is a splendid gentleman, and he and his family will be wajmly welcomed to Lancaster. Public Auction. , LOGAN. '.& ' fl. r' - -- "' . , rutHIG!. ... TWF 'fg' i' V I will sell .at public auction on the public square at Lancaster, Ky. on Saturday, Oct, 28th. 1911, at 11 A. M. One Geiser Threshing Machine and Saw Mill. The Mill is now at work on the farm of R. K. Swope near Bryantsville. The seperator is at my place 4 near Marksbury. Any one desiring to . Taxes Are Due buy can se"e same at tne, above places, aijd bid on them on the above date. The city has been to a big expense in Also somfe cooking utensils that go fixing the streets and ether things and with the machinery. Terms the taxes are due. Please call at once cash, balance 6.12 and 18 months with and pay same as the penalty goes on r T the first of November. Don't d'elayl interest at 6 per cent. . L. E. Herron. . M. G. Aldridge, ' ' Citv Tax Collector. Marksbury; .Ky: Am Bourne, Auct 'not-jjaise . one-fourth .. mate etc. but they havn't time for this now as the board of health has comein and said "'your water is bad and it you dont remedy it then we are going to cut you out of water". There is no doubt but what the water works system has more than paid for itself, in putting out fires. It has lowered our insurance rate, and when we have good water the entire system ought to be on a paying basis in a few years as more people will put in water. After these bonds are issued, if they carry at the November election, it will be left to the city council to say what system we will have. They may think best to put in a stand pipe or they may establish a pumping station at the river and pump water into a tank to be built at lake. If they do away with the lake, they can sell it at a good price as they have twenty acres of land with it. Mr. W. R. Cook, and others over whose land the proposed extension passes have said that they would gladly give the right of way, provided they be allowed to tap the pipes. This leaves the city free to put in the pipes and pump their water any where. It may be that the new system will not cost over five or six thousand dollars and if such is the case then only that amount of bonds will be sold. We have heard a number of voters express themselves and they were in favor of the extension at any cost. Who knows but that the four cases of fever at the hospital now were conOf tracted from this lake water. course no one would drink the water in its present condition but the fever might be contracted while any one we$e washing their hands or merely passing it and smelling. Why delay so important a task? Let the people get busy and on the 7th. of November vote in favor of .the bond issue. The law will not permit the tax payer to pay any more tax than they are paying now so your- vote in favor your of the bond issue will ' JR tax one cent. I t & . Best Shoe For Children, 1 We Guarantee Every Pair All Sizes All Leathers. 1 I Jas. W Smith, i The House of Quality .&, Now is the time to buy an Old Hickory Wagon The strongest and lightest run- - , i ning wagon made. Buy Buggy and Wagon Harness while they are so chealK, ; f - , . 10-20-- 2t . 1 :;? s :. .. W. J. ROMANS. J" ' S ti A. Ss -S- Vt.-g. . ,.g.A'vM ;. n .a'. . .pi"..,. .:--. voi yi rSt W ...j,--.,- -. - -.. --. - .,..,. - - 1ft I Ik I Hfl flrcl Hal ' BMBBBffi B3B 1 one of the greatest orators in Kentucky, will address the people of Garrard and surrounding counties in the interest of the DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, at the court house in Lancaster at 1:30 p. m.. Court Day, -- il A JUDGE JOHN 23rd MONDAY oc TOBER Great Speech. 1911 your Hear Best Opportunity 3 Of Life To j The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year, GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Entered at the Tost Office iu Lancaster, Ky., Mull Matter. as Second-Clas- s Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., October 20, 1911. Rates For Political Announcements For For For For For For Precinct and City Offices $ 5.00 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line interall publications in the est of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 Obituaries, per line Democratic Ticket. him have been numbered by the thousands. His arraignment of the Repub-- " We are authorized to announce B. F. lican party and its President for their Walter, 'as a candidate for councilman failure to live up to their platform of the city of Lancaster, Ky. Election pledges, has been received with the greatest favor. The people are eager November 7th 1911. to hear the fullest discussion of national We are authorized to announce R. P. questions, and Mr. James has covered Gregory, as a candidate for councilman the ground in a most eloquent and conof the city of Lancaster, Ky. Election vincing way. Nothiug is surer than November 7th. 1911. that the next Legislature of Kentucky We are authorized to announce Wm. will be Democratic, and that Ollie Herndon, as Candidate for councilman James will serve the six year's term in of the city of Lancaster Ky. Election the United States Senate. November 7th. 1911. We are authorized to announce G. S. Stockholders of the L. & N. Railroad Greenleaf, as a candidate for Council- Company have voted to establish (heir man of the city of Lancaster, Ky. own telegraph and telephone service Election November 7th. 1911. along the line of road; The new wires H. will also receive public business. Since We are authorized to announce Clay Hamilton as a candidate for 1884 the company had its service furOn councilman of the city of Lancaster, Ky nished by the Western Union. v August 17 last, the contract expired, 7th. 1911. Election November We are authorized to announce W. M. and the management of the Louisville inZanone a a candidate for councilman of and Nashville recommended that stead of entering into another contract, the city of Lancaster, Ky. Election the company should build its owu lines. November 7th 1911. For City Councilman. Republican Ticket. Joe McCormick Sells Farm. Mr. Joe McCormick has sold his farm on Back Creek near Point Leavell to Mr. Sherman Cotton for $90. per acre. The farm contained 101 acres and is a desirable place to live. Mr. Cotton will take possession on January 1, 1912. Mr. McCormick has for some time resided in Paint Lick, where he is connected with the mercantile establishment of Treadway & Woods. We have not heard his intentions, but suppose he will remain in Paint Lick. EJARLAN. Ken- - Associate Justice Of The U. S. Supreme Court And Another One Of Majestic Opening Week. $7.50 worth of Ware given Free with each Range sold. , V tucky's Illustrious Sons Pass. es To The Great Beyond. - For For For For For For For HSiiCJTICM ipJUtJTttH appointment of McCulIoch j President of the Distillers Association. For & Co. Temperance has about convinced element that Judge O'Rrer is rapidly For getting into very bad company. When he accepted the contributions of the For President of one of the biggest whiskey Klair. every state in the union, and it has concerns in the state, are afraid that For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. been made the subject of many pamph- his platform pretensions are more "Ranges come and ranges go, fefepnfe For Representative John M. Farra lets by the Bureau of Emigration and sounding brass and tinkling symbols. Bat wilk you stays the ona ya know" from Garrard Co. Forestry of the Government. They EP-1- I was successful. THE MAJESTIC have also issued literature to the variPaint Lick Lot Sale A Success In 187G Gen. Harlan headed Ken- Services For Prisoners. ous educators asking that the school ANNOUNCEMENTS The sale of lots last Saturday at tucky'f delegation to the Republican children hold proper exercises on that held services at the Paint Bro. Tinder ck conducted by the United National Convention, giving Hayes the day, and that each of them plant a county jail Sunday afternoon for, the Realty & Auction Co. of Lexington was nomination by switching to him from See our new line of Heating and Cook Stoves. For County Ju tree upon that day. benefit of the prisoners. He was ac- a great success. There was a splendid Bristow with all of Kentucky's votes. This planting of a tree is a beautiful Moore's, Art Anchor and 0. K. Air Tight Heating Stoves. We are authorized to announce Clay- thought and one that may be of great companied by a number of the good crowd present, the bidding was spirited He was later appointed a member of Buggies and Harness at reduced prices. ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun value to posterity. Our forests are ladies of the town who assisted him in and good prices were realized. Seven the famous Louisiana Commission. Garrard County subject to being rapidly depleted, and if some- the services. After a short talk by ty lots ana small tracts ot land were which decided the presidency in favor ty Judge of In 1877 the Tinder, prayers and songs werfc d bringjng the action of. the democratic party. $2Q. to $110. each of Hays over Tilden. thing is not done to replace the cut Bro. had. This is very commendable and The free lot was drawn by Mr. B. F. grateful President appointed Gen. Har We are authorized to announce timber it will not be a great while un- should be repeated at regular intervals. Richardson of Madison county and he lan to the Supreme bench, which he quit Saturday for the grave. James A. Beazley as a candidate for til the great American forest will be a was immediately offered a tidy sum for Mr. Harlan was married in 1S56 to County Judge of Garrard county, sub- thing of the past, will have passed into The Sick. his good fortune. The following perMiss M. F. Shankli.n. daughter of John ilTrfllrJMrrlMfrUlMrrlfMrrSJBfTg. IHJniJSiHiJHigilafHilaraiM ject to the action of the Democratic history, in fact unless some remedy is All the sick are improving; Judge sons made purchases:- - Boyle Doty, Shanklin, of Evansville, Ind., to which provided, wood will be a scarcity in party. If generations to come. Of course we Walker is aBle to sit up and to take three choice lots and "he will erect some union six children were born. He was IIE TT tO TUYVP MAPTn TUAT TyDVrvrTITTt xx xo nvsx irx.ri.vjxi xxxnx x i; u 1XjO hoped that nice residences at once. Boyle is un- a member IBS may never live to see this wood famine, some nourshment, and it is of the Presbyterian Church For Sheriff. but do we not owe it to our children he will be able to be out in a week or married, and we suppose they will be and took an active part in all matters to see to ten days; Holman Brown is also show- for rent. Mr. Thomas Burnam bought connected with the work of this denomWe are authorized to announce C. A. and to our childrens children provided for them to ing marked improvement and is able to 4 lots, Ernest Woods 3 lots, I. C. Ruck-e- r ination, having been vice moderator of Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of it that trees are 4 lots G. M. Green 2 lots, Mit Ross place of the ones which have take liquid nourishment; Miss Sutton the General Assembly in 1905. Judge Garrard County, subject to the action take the been so ruthless destroyed by us, to and Mr. White are improving, though 3 lots, several were sold to Mr. Harlan was a man of commanding party. of the Democratic and various other "parties. insure to them the advantages which their sickness is not so far advanced figure and striking personality, with a Many of the purchasers have signified We are authorized to announce we have enjoyed. A very simple and as the first named patients. high order of administrative ability. It is just a combination of Good Wheat and Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff easy method of making provision is to Ennett and Elgin Broaddus, two their intention of building at once and He was an attractive and forcible of Garrard county, subject to the ac- have every school child plant a tree on littje sons of Mr. Frank Broaddus, a boom is expected in Paint Lick in the . speaker, and as a lawyer ranked with mi Scientific Milling. We buy only the BEST tion of the democratic party. this memorable "Arbor Day , then to undewent operations at the .hospital near future. the ablest in the country Justice Harnurture and care for that tree in the Tuesday for Adnoids, Miss Bettie WHEAT to begin with and put it through a Popular Garrard County Lady Weds. lan leaves three sons and two daughWe are authorized to announce W. years to come' and to repeat the op. Bruner of Bryantsville was also operaS. Harlan, a member of The following announcement taken ters, James process of Milling that insures a uniform L. LawBon for sheriff of Garrard eration annually, thus insuring to the ted on for a slight head trouble. Dr. subject to the action of the coming generations an from Sunday's Courier Journal will be the Interstate Commerce Commission; county, from Lexington abundant sup- McClure came over product at all times. If you have not tried many friends of the John M. Harlan, Jr., a prominent attor a great democratic party. ply of Vmber and ample shade to pro- for the operations, he was accompanied bride in surprise to ney of Chicago, who at one time, was this her home county. GLEN LILY FLOUR do so today. by his nurse Miss Stevens. tect them from the noonday sun. "The first marriage to be performed candidate, for Mayor of that city on the For Assess- in the new First Christian church, Republican ticket; Dr. Richard C. HarA Board Of Council. The State Board of Contral in session authorized to announce Dave Fourth and Breckinridge street, will lan, a Presbyterian minister at WashWe are There is in circulation a petition ask takejplace Wednesday afternoon. Miss ington, D. C, and Misses Ruth and as a candidate for Assessor in Frankfort last Friday caused to be C. Sanders county subject to me ac-- j entered an order removing Dr. R. L. ing that the names of Capt. William Katherine M. Arnold, superintendent Laura Harlan. Judge Harlan during his long and Willis as Superintendent of tqe East- Herndon, G. S. Greenleaf, H. Clay of the children's Free Hospital, will betion of ihe democratic party. ern Kentucky Asylum for the Insane at Hamilton, Dr. B. F. Walters, W. M. come the wife o$ Henry McMakin, a honorably career 6n the supreme bench Lancaster, Kentucky. We are authorized to announce Mr. Lexington Ky. The order is a long Zanone and R. P. Gregory be placed farmer of Shelby County, and the cere- has rendered many notable decisions, E. B. Ray aa a candidate for the Nomi- one reciting several causes for the re- upon the ballot to'be voted for at the mony will be solemnized in the parlor many of them being dissenting ones, IrSIliBrrHlfrHJI nation of Assessor of Garrard County, moval of Dr. Willis, but attributing coming November election for City of the edifice. Miss Arnold is the the last and probrbly the most , famous one, and the one which gained for him subject to the action of .the democratic anost of them to admission rather than Councilmen. The petiton designates daughter of James A. Arnold of the name of "the great dissenter", be commission. The principal charges are them as the "Progressives" and their party. and her marriage to Mr. ing his opinion in the recent case of the will be the outcome of a court- Government against the Standard Oil We are authorized to announce J. B. inefficiency, that he has failed to keep device, under which they wish to run is Co. and which he rendered an opinion .. candidate for the nomina- in touch with the business affairs of the a "Steam Roller". Their device is ship of a year." Collier as a dissenting from the opinion rendered asylum, that he has failed signally in rather suggestive, considering the You often read of the men who go tion for assessor of Garrard county, Dy nis colleagues in tne case, ana in to the action of the democratic the management of the financial affairs significance of 'the steam roller in from Garrard county into4 the outside which he took occasion to use the folsubject of the institution, want of harmony Kentucky in the last few years, but world "making good", but you seldom lowing words party-and supervision with and over the em- the gentlemen say that it is only sug- see anything of the kind in regard to '"The court has read into the Shei man act words which are not to be We are authorized to announce W, ployees, failure to carry out orders of the use made of that im- Garrard county women, however the gestive Huffman for a candidate for assess- the board and the general failure to plement of Lancaster's' streets, and term can well be made use of in the found there, and has thereby done that L. on it adjudged in 1896 and We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection or of Garrard county subject to the discharge vhis duties. Dr. Willis se has no reference to the more modern case of Miss Kate Arnold: she is one of which not be done without violating1898 could the party. action of the Democratic Flour, Raymond City Goal, all coal, no clinfcers cured from the Fayette Circuit Court a use of it in politics. the best known and most successful Constitution. "The courts have nothing to do with temporary restraining order, thus prer in California Red Wood Embodied in this petition is the fol- -trained nurses ... the . state, and has ii W1DUUU1 UI .i:.. Ohio River LltC UU11VJ WU J. UU Utl 1.L r yenting temporarily his removal, said lowing words;-"'A- nd Fer Magistrate. tiiese .candidates neia many positions ui uuau; aiie ,waa grgggj" Shingles, JFarming Implements of all kinds. injunction is to be heard on October Xo overreach the action of Congress extension of the for a time in charge of the Gray street authorized to announce 21st. His grounds for resisting his favor earnestly the We. are water works syjtem at the earliest Infirmary in Louisville and for the past merely by judicial construction, is a the integrity of our govern- John N. White as a candidate for removal are supposedly that he was possible date." , six months she has been Superintendent j Mow at system, mental in the first district of, Gar- appointed for a term of years, and Magistrate, This is the present council with the of the CJiildrens Free Hospital. Mjss "The court has usurped the constitUT rard county, subject to the action of therefore may not be removed before exception of,Mr. James T. Hill, who Kate has a host pi friends in Lancaster tional functions of the legislative the democratic party. the expjration of that time without because of ill health refused to stand and Garrard countywhq will wish her branch of the Government. ' Judge Harlans remains were laid ' CAMP NELSON, KY. good and sufficient reasons, and the name of Mr. every success in the years to come, and rest, in beautiful Oak Hill cemetery at for in We are authorized to announce Wal We'iwjint 50 tons of Timothy Hay. We are prepared to clean Parker Gregory was substituted in his who will heartny congratulate 'the Washington, the Rev. Wallace Radcljffe fnn E. MossasJ'acandidate'for Magis Ollie James has spoken he stead. As yet we haye heard of no Shelby county gentleman who was so of New York avenue Presbyterian Seed Wheat at 5c per bushel. Clean it the same day you bring it. trate in the first district of Garrard Wherever the has created the greatest enthusiasm, other candidate or prospective candi- - lvfcky as to secure such a- good help church, an old friend of Judge fiarlan, County, subjeat to the action of 9fficating. mate. i and the crowds that have come to. hear ' dates for the city council democratic party. We are authorized to announce John L. Dozier as a candidate for LegislaGovernor James B. McCreary. ture from Garrard county, he being the Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott regular nominee of the republican p.T-- ty. Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. Auditor Public Accounts Henry M. Bosworth. Governor Willson has designated Secretary of State-- C. F. Crece- - Friday October 27th as "Arbor Day". lius. Arbor dav was first brought to notice Attorney General James Garnett. in 1872 when Hon. J. Sterling Morton, then Secretary of Agriculture under State Superintendent of Schools President Cleveland, suggested it as a Barksdale Hamlett. forCommissioner Agriculture J W. proper method of conserving the ests of the country, even at that time Newman. showing the inroads of the woodsmen, Clerk Court of Appeals R. L. and which are rapidly being depleted. Greene. The idea then advanced gained ground Railroad Commissioner W. F. until now "Arbor Day" is observed by Hon. James Garnett is proving a tower of strength to the party, not only in the Eleventh District, where his following among both Democrats andRepublicans is very large, but in every other section of the State. He is recognized as a man of loyalty and proved ability, and a man of the highest personal integrity. The office he seeks is one of the most important in the State, and the Democrats are fortunate to have as their candidate a man of Jim Garnett's standing and talents. The - ! Judge John Marshall Harlan, Associ-- 1 ate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States died at his home in Washington on last Saturday morning of bronchitis. Judge Harlan was at his court on the previous Tuesday and Colored Meeting. when he left for his home was complainRev. G. W. Mack, a colored evan- ing of a slight intestinal trouble and gelist of Mt. Sterling is here assisting cold, but made light of it. and his colthe local colored Baptist minister in leagues expected soon to see him back conducting a protracted meeting. Rev. at his post. Bailey the pastor tells us that consid- He was appointed to the Supreme erable enthusiasm is being aroused, in Bench by President Hayes in 1877, he fact one sister became so enthusiastic then being 44 years of age, and has that she broke out one of the church served continually since, 33 years, his windows. Rev. Bailey is also a phys- length of service only being exceeded ician, and the sister severely cut her by Chief Justice John M. Harlan, for arm in making her exit through the whom he was named and by Justice window, but the parson took several Field. John Marshall Harlan came of a disstitches in the wound, dressed it and tinguished Southern family. He was continued the services. born in Boyle county June 1, 1833, of a Supervisor W. G. Gooch Resigns. family of lawyers snd statesmen. He 1850 Mr. W. G. Gooch last week tendered graduated from Center College in and later from Transylvania. His first to the Fiscal Court his resignation as Supervisor of Turnpikes for Garrard offce was that of county Judge of county, which was accepted and John- Franklin coupty. In 1859 William E. sixty-seve- n ny Kee Bourne was appointed to fill Simmons by a margin of votes, defeated the young Harlan, runthe vacancy. Mr. Gooch's action was ning platform prompted by the fact that he has sold in theon a Whigdistrict. for Congress Ashland his farm in this county and will move When the Civil War broke out his to Lincoln. Garrard county certainly mother handed him the sword which sustains the loss Jof one of her best nis father had used in the Mexican citizens in the removal of Mr. Gooch. War, and he drew it as Colonel of a He and his estimable family will be Union regiment serving until 1863 greatly missed in the community in when he retired with the rank of which they reside, and Mr. Gooch's Brigadier General. That year he was absence will be felt bv the entire county elected Attorney General of Kentucky, as he is well and favorably known all which office he retired from in 1S67 and over the county, having for several went to Louisville to practice law. In years served as Supervisor. 1871 he was unanimously nominated for Mr. Bourne is a well known and Governor by the Republicans, was depopular young man and will no doubt fill the responsible position in an accept- feated, and in 1875 he ran again, this time against James B. McCreary, whe able manner. i ,, &W& OCT. 30th to NOV. 4th, Majestic Kanges sfaad the last And Cook and Bake and are the bast." - smtue Ji HleiitjTrcWj r eep Abreast ol the Times TN OLDEN" DAYS, when buying a cook stove, people would buy the one they could get the cheapest; that's because there were only a few makes on the market and were all practically the same in construction and material. Jv&Z' L- - s-S- It's 'Different Now! There are clt.--; to a thousand different ranges Wise people use a little the market today good, bad and indiae.-ai-t on foresight in selecting their range, and they maie no mistake in selecting The Range With a Reputation the range thzi is recommended by every user; the range that has stood the test The Great Majestic and we can prove it I Kase ) ..zi the range that is made of Malleable and Charcoal Iron the range that Saves Fuel Lasts Longer Costs Practically Nothing roR Repairs Heats More Water Quicker and Hotter, and Gives Better General Satisfaction Than Any Other Range Made PSSSSS& Ml r i J. R. Mount, Son tl S JP fm J. R. MOUNT, SON -- C& CO xju Fitz-patri- ck Glen Lily Flour i I of-Garr-ard Garrard Milling Co. iQMfMfMMMMiMfMm ban-;cast- er, Mc-Maki- ng :- Flaar, Coal, Salt, Shingles Cleantlt, - . . ;j 9 STUD BAKER WAGONS. GLASS and SAUNDERS i - l U ' i - ' I ! I and if BecominB LJ 2 WmW yHit .M l mm mmm To Be Sure You Are Correct selectyour apparel, t e Fay and Winter; Don't fail to come here and mm - MENTOR mrXmUtfx w you bl.e have the best good at the least possible cost. f . Bi MB - H ' - --B - fP ?l -- v B m. showing of Smart and Snappy styles in New Fall Shoes for Ladies' and Children. kH fa to T Da Not OH oseph HT 1 j look our extensive line of Underwear, Hosiery and all kindsof Knit Goods. Kin Halflr Jj to get a premium plan with no chances to run, whatever. UNIONS I Mercantile On Mason Logan. Dolt Now. i - j to I WhoisDave J Dave is the 1 --sy ; fc Hi K 1 .A Mrs. Lester Hilton of Stanford has Johnson Jr. is ill in the Jewish been a recent visitor of Miss Susie hospital in Louisville. Hilton. Miss Lucy Francis has been in StanMiss Lillie Noel of Danville is visitford visiting relatives. ing Mrs. Rachel Austin and Miss AnR. S. Brown was in Cincinnati for a nie Austin. business stay last week. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Blakeman of Mrs. John M. Mount left Tuesday Kirksville were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown. for a visit to Louisville. Mrs. J. Randolph Harris of Stanford Miss Virginia Bourne is in Lexington was with Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harvisiting her grandmother. ris for a short stay. Mrs. R. Zimmer has been spending Mrs. Dr. Davidson and sister Miss several days in Cincinnati. Dora Siraub of Stanford were visitors' Mr. Kemp Walker and family were in Lancaster Monday. visitors at Buckeye Sunday. Miss Lucy Walker Doty is in DanMrs. Eliza Harris has gone to Elixir ville taking a course in Miss. Dove Springs for a recuperative stay. f Harris Business College. Miss Eva Oder of Paint Lick has Mrs. J. B. Collier has returned from been visiting Mrs. Givens Terrill. a visit to her sister Mrs. Charles IM!SIMiSIMfil!MiMlMiSliiE4IMn& IMiSIMiSMrSslMiSIMiSIlffi Miss Iva Baird of Shelbyville, fa Richardson of Lexington. with her friend Miss Norma Elmore. Mrs. Ed Price gave a dinner Tuesday GO TO Miss Myrtle Hendren of Kirsville in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Francis of Rolling Fork Mississippi. was the guest of Miss Bessie Gulley. Dr. and Mrs. James Letcher of Dan Misses Jane and Mattie Walker have been in Stanford for a visit to Mrs. J. ville were here Wednesday evening for wedding. the Mason-Loga- n C. Hays. W. T. Short of Richmond was here Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cummins of - FOR Stanford have been visiting the Misses Monday to see his wife who is ill at her sisters Mrs. C. D. Powell. Francis. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Haselden and Miss Annie May Walker fif Richmond is the guest of her aunt Mrs. B. Mrs. B. F. Walter motored to 'Louis-yill- e for a stay of several days. F. Hudson. Mrs. George Woods and little son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Price and little daughters of Danwle visited Mrs. 'D. Broken Arrow Oklahoma are guests of cs Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Swinebroad. M. Lackey. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hill and childMrs. Fisher D. Gaines and little son of Danville were Mrs. Arthusa Curry's ren, visited Mr. Jesse Hill and family at Buckeye the later part of the week. guests Monday. j only man U11fiHBBiHJN 5 j that handles IwgKIM! BED STAR f COAL AraS Gossip About HB!l I I People N ve N cafl Doty. Mrs, George Bogard of Richmond is the guest of her sister Miss Emma Mrs. John Mount has been in Danville visiting her sister Mrs. John ' Wood. Miss Susie Hilton has been in Stanford visiting her mother Mrs. J. H. J 2 A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. Hilton. S. IN LANCASTER. Bill Co, - J. j - Lancaster Lumber & M'fg v- THE Creamery The marriage of Miss Edna Barbour Mason and Mr. William Fox Logan at the Presbyterian church in this city on Wednesday evening was one of the most beautiful evening weddings ever witnessed in Lancaster. The bridal altar was an immense mass of palms, ferns and other foliage with the groom's fraterenty colors, the Phi Delta Theta blue and white, made evident in the ribbons and other decorations. At the hour of 8 the bride attired in bridal veil and hand embroidery white chefTon over satin and carrying a bunch of bride's roses, appeared at the door-wa- y of the church, upon the arm of her father Mr. W. B. Mason. At the strains of Mendelssohu's wed- - , ding march ably rendered by Miss Katie Lee Denny, the maid of honor Miss Sue Shelby Mason and brides maid Miss Letty Mae McRoberts, each gowned in blue chiffon and carrying white carnations the fraternity flowers, passed down the length of the aisle from the alter to the church door-wato accompany the bride, a beatific vision of blonde loveliness, to the hymeni-a- l shrine. The was escorted by his brother Mr. Van Logan, of New York City, serving as best man, by the other groomsman, Mr. Lewis Gill, of this city, and ushers, Messrs Shirley Hudson, Aleck Doty, Bascom and Elijah Ford, who formed an eny, bride-groom E iM i tKH liffijidffi Easily laid can be laid right over wood sliingles if necessary Fireproof Stormproof Last as long as the building and never need repairs. For further detailed information apply to Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, I PHOTOS We are in our Studio on the COAL jCannel." Each the best in its Class. , circling group at the altar. Reverend H. N. Falconer of Philadel-phea brother-in-laof the bride, and Revereid C. C. Brown pastor of the Presbyterian church then took positions to perform the happy consummation, the Reverend Mr. Falconer in an worded ring ceremoney sealmarriage vows and the Revering the end Connor Brown closing with a beati w a, north side of Public Square in Lancaster, every SATURDAY. Give us a call for Photos, Kodak Finishing and Framing. fic benediction. "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige Before the ceremonial program were the following vocal selections charmingly rendered by Mrs. E. C. Barnard, of Washington City with Miss Walsh as accampanist: "I Love Thee" by Milbenberg. "I Promise Thee" by The Gassidy Studio. Telephones 357 H G. A. Ballard 397 Miss Fannie Bishop 165 F. G. Hurt 339-- J J. Q. Mahan 363-- S 374-- S ' H. V. BASTIN. m MMWmMMMm :rgJlr?SMffUiirfliirriTgiMj Kidney Troubles CAN BE AVOIDED. Kidney waakness is the forerunner of two dangerous and Bright's Disease. This weakness, slight at first is usually thonght insignificant and therefore jieglected. To avoid serious complications, treatment should staat with the first diseas-Rheumatism es hint of trouble. Nyal's Stone Root Compound If taken in time will insure perfect freedom from kidney disorders i J It means strong, eealthy kidneys, regular in their action and the blood free from injurious waste matter. 50c & $1. the bottle. Ro. K cTHcRoberts w C& Son: WHITE A FULL LINE OF BLUE AND Enamelware just received. Prices Jower then ever before. GIVE US A CALL. 1 4 L. G. DAVIDSON -" Boex. Mrs. Sam Logan and Miss Emma Mr. J. W, Sweeney has gone to "Because" by D' Hardelot. "My Tadlock of Danville spent Sunday with Louisville as a delegate to the Sunday Harp at Thy Sweet Voice" from the Mr. and Mrs. James Hatcher. School convention which meets in that Orators of Sampson and Delilah "Rosacity. Elder F. M. Tinder left Monday for lie" by DeKoven "I For You and You Mesdames Thomas Ballard, George For Me." from Mendelssohn's Wedding Lexington where he will assist Elder Ballard and daughter Miss Annie Bal- Song. The bridal party passed out of I. J. Spencer in a meeting. lard have been visiting Mrs. Lafayette the church to the strains of Wagner's Mrs. W. A. Price and Miss Lily Dale Jennings of Danville. March from Taunhanser, the newly Grant were recent visitors of Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason entertained Tues- wedded pair leaving in an auto at once Mrs. S. P. Grant of Danville. day evening at a well appointed lunch- for Lexington, Cincinnati, and a bridal Willie Fox Logan of Kingston Penn., eon. The guests consisting of mem sojourn of a fortnight with the grooms came last Friday and was a guest this bridal party. parents, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Logan bers of the Mason-Loga- n week at the Kengarlan hotal. of New York City. J Rev. CC. Brown has gone to Louis The happy couple will be at home afMiss Minnie Walsh entertained a few ville to attend the Sunday School conter November 1st, at 232 Pierce Street Simpson friends Fridiy evening at the vention and there will be no preaching Kingston, Pensylvania. House, an inviting luncheon was serat the Presbyterian churoh next Sunved. day. " The Ladies Aid Society will meet " The following Lancasterians attendSaturday afternoon with Mrs. Martha ed the U. D. C. Convention in LexingYOU'U, FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Evans Lusk at the home of Miss Sallie ton "and the unveiling of the John Tillett. Morgan Monument. Mrs. Mattie P. Alex Francis of Rolling Fork Miss- Frisbie, President of the local chapter issippi has joined his wife here for a leading the list, Mesdames Fannie Far-rFor Sale Hill onions sets, hill S. C. Denny, Fred P. Frisbie, Ed onions and white clover honey. short visit to Mrs. Edna Francis and C. Gaines, John W. Francis, Thomas Walton B. Moss. Phone 354F daughters. Adams Misses Sophronia Fox and Jane Mr. Thomas Anderson and grand- Doty. Bargain 12 H. P. Foos gasoline endaughter Miss Alberta Anderson are gine; replaced by Electric Motor. at home from a visit to relatives in Just two weeks ago our dear little P. 0. Box 353, Danville, Ky. Kansas City. friend Louis Lane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lane, died we know that his dear The "Mary Walker Price Chapter of For Sale the U. D. C. will meet next Monday mother and father and brothers and " 38J acres of land, well improved on afternoon October 23rd, at the home of sisters will miss him. He was a very fcike, two miles from Lancaster, well bright and attractive child to all knew Miss Jane Doty. watered. Price right, call on James P. him was to love him. His illness lasted Mr. and Mrs. "W. A. Arnold will 2 weeks through which he suffered un- Bourne, Lancaster, Ky. leave Lancaster shortly to 'become told agpny, but he boVe it all with residents of the progressive town of patience and endurance. We know Seed Wheat For Sale. London many good wishes will accom- that it is hard to give him up, but God 100 bushels of no 1 seed wheat for pany them to their new home. has called him and we must not mursale also 200 bushels of onions. B. F, Miss Malissa.Ham has sufficiently re- mur. The family have the sympothy Robinson. Phone 363 B. covered from a recent attact of typhoid of this community in their deep sorrow. fever as to be able to travel, and she "We loved him, yes we loved him. For Sale. But Angels loved him more, and Miss.Pearl Ham returned to their And they have sweetly called him. Baled wheat straw, Rye straw, Pure home at Hyattsville Sunday. To yonder shining shore. clover mixed, Straight timothy, DeMrs. James A. Arnold and Miss The golden gates were opened. livered in quantities of one ton or more Brunette Arnold went to Louisville A'gentle voice said, come. Phone D. B. Pelphrey 347A. or write Tuesday and were present at the wedZ. T. Rice Richmond, Ky. And witn farewell unspoken. ding of Miss Kate Arnold to, Mr. Henry returned home. McMakin, which took place Wednes A Friend. ' Look day. Round coal lOJcts lump coal Miss Kafie Lee Denny entertained Car Load Bell Jellico block 12cts Hermitage llcts canthis Tuesday afternoon and not the nel the very best money can buy 16Jcts past Tuesday for the recent bride Miss of Cannel Coal I wili have several various grades coal Ednk Mason. It was a "Recipe party' on car for the next ten days at the on out and each guest was to hand in her above cash. prices. favorite one for the future use of the H. C. Baily. Phone 36 " Installed Since May st, 1911 1 J. W. Mahan .G. A.JMorgan 186 365 383-- U 384-- A Misses Moss & Lay Dr. R. L. Pontius 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. Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. t j Residence Bright's Bend. Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. 213 Turner & Carpenter Grocery Campbell St. 381 Miss Margaret Zanone Residence Crab Orchard St. Paste this in your telephone book. T. C. Rankin James Rankin The Bastin Telephone Company, Inc., Lancaster, Ky. a, TAXES Your Taxes,for the year 191 1 are now past due and the State and County needs money. Please call at once and settle same. v -tf -20-- 10-2t. He-calm- ly Just received a bride. which I Rex at 14c track will sell or 15c del. H. B. Northcbtt George T. 4 Ballard, . Sheriff of Garrard Co,' ft' V 4 '. . vit.. '.' it. wftrKu. trftAufet r a rri nrv -- V-- w inr W iuUr iki Ocooocooooooooooooooooooooooooooecovo WJXJBSWU Gives Aid To Strikers.- - LAME EVERY MORNING. ftoooooooqfrooooocoooooooooooof kk L-- n f J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. Residence- - Phone writes Mrs. L. R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and can do all my housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I could scarcely stand on my feet After three different doctors had failed to help me, I gave Cardui a trial. Now, I feel like a new woman." E58 A Sometimes liver, kidneys and bowels seem to go on a strike and refuse to A Bad Back Is Always Worse In - The work right. Then you need those Kiooooooooooeootooooa oooooooooeooe Morning Lancaster People Are Find pleasant little Dr. to give them natur dpactf below tills heading is for tlie exclu- King's Life Pills ing Relief. sive use of our farmer subscribers, nud is for al aid and gently compel proper tlie sale of stock, grain and such things on health soon follows. Try farm as the farmer cannot afford to adverA back that aches all day and causes them. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. tise. No notice wjll be accepted over four discomfort at night is usually worse lines, and will be only in .wo issues of the lm. in the morning. Makes you feel as if strike-breakers FARMER'S COLUMN i i r I CARES, mr w aBnsw t n n ooo i o action-Excelle- nt Go to the BEST Place if you want itv.cor.D, free of charge t Squire J. P. Bourne bought a horse of Frank Spratt for $150. Clate Marsee bought a work mule from Noah Marcee paying for it $75.00 To Loan I have 21 coming two year mules to loan out for the winter. Ed Price. Mr V.A. Lear sold to J. W. Sweeney 10 weanling mules, all of his own rais- LANCASTER. KY. ing for ?S60.00. The Woman's Tonic Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky. health de- pends so much upon her k delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardui at once, and avoid more serious troubles. We urge you to try if. Begin today. A woman's R 14 Foit Sale Five good milch cows and calves. Thos W. Conn, Lancaster Ky. It F D Nol. Messrs J. A Doty and Henry Arnold shipped a car of fat hogs to the Cincinnati market on Wednesday. For Rent: A good farm on Buckeye pike about four miles from Lancaster. Good house and out buildings. Mrs. Susie Leavell. 4 Mr. Allen S. Edelen sold Wednesday to Mr. Geo. R. Hawley, of Grady, Ark; Montgomery Gay, Jr., a fine Montgomery Chief colt. The price paid was $400. The youngster has 'been shipped to his new home. Harrodsburg Herald feadies flats. pisses Hats. Up-To-D- For Sale 1 good Superior drill $12.00 thorough bred Hampshire boars, 1 Jersey bull calf subject to register on sires side. Phone S. H. Aldndge, Hyattsville, Ky. 5 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 Several droves of fancy feeding cattle have been driven through Lancaster this week. They were headed for Madison county and had been purchased in Boyle, Mercer and adjoining counties by the Madison raisers of expor- ters. 223 I The turkey crop in Garrard county will fall below the average, both in experience. Anything you desire in this line quality and quantity. This fact is hard McRoberts & Son. to account for, as this was an unusually will be found here. Give us a trial and you will good year for turkeys, because of the Turn Rvil Into Good. Prices in reach of every one. be satisfied. dry weather. Local dealers are offerMadagascar is visited every yc?.ri ing 14 cents for them, but it is safe to with a plague of locusts, which dee" a say they will soar far above that price vast amount of damage to the crops before Thanksgiving. but it is an ill wind that blows good, and eo these insects are W. B. Burton purchased the follow- highly esteemed as food by the na Danville, Kentucky. ing stock during the week; of Chas tives. The locusts fly within two or Main Curran, of Perryville, a !5 year old sad- thiee feet of the ground, and. on the dle gelding for $200.00; of George Bru- approach of a swarm, the people rush nei of Bryantsville, a 5 year old gray out of their huts and strike them horse for $1S."5.00; of Zack Smalley of down with flat baskets. Then the women and children gather them up J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. B. F. HUDSON, President Perryville, a harness gelding for $145.; from the ground in sacks, where they P of Robert Bourne of Lancaster a horse are divested of wings and legs by a ORGANIZED 1SS3. for $150. ; of R. L. Burnett a horse for hevere shaking up These extremities $150. ; of Andrew Thompson a horse for are cai ef ully winnowed out, the bodies $110. and a horse of R. E. Thompson dried in the sun or tried in fat, and for $125. He also bought of Cleveland then packed in sacks for food or sold OF LANCASTER, KY. Bourne a 4 vear old mare mule for In the markets. H $210. SURPLUS $30,000. CAPITAL $50,000. The Chicago Breeders Gazette, com1-- m hadn't slept at all. Can't cure a bad back until you cure Now, as the cool nights are coming the kidneys. Doan's Kidney Pills re on. all the chickens, whether old or lieve sick kidneys make you feel bet young, should be made to roost in the ter, work better, rest better and sleep house. If any are too small to fly up better. on roost, they should have a separate The following statement proves the house and be allowed to roost on the merit of Doan's. floor, but by no means be allowed to L. W. Cox, 302 Bowyer St., Lexingroost out in the.pen where they will ton, Ky., says: "My occupation 'rebe subject to colds from the dampness. quired much heavy lifting and I beThey should have plenty of fresh air lieve that this was the cause of my but rain or dew will be fatal to them. trouble. I first noticed a dull pain in The old fowls which have been per- my back which became so acute that haps allowed to roost in trees or on I could not rest When I arose in the fences during the summer must now be morning. I was lame and stiff and felt made tp go into the house, for winter so tired that I could hardly commence at least. Hens must be protected dur- the day's duties. My kidndy's were ing cold nights, if we expect them to also disordered and the kidney secre lay, and besides, it looks bad to see a tions caused me annoyance by their lot of hens in the 'trees. A house frequency in passage. I doctored and should be dry and free of draughts, tried any number of remedies but though the front should be open to al- could find no relief When suffering severely I had Doan's Kidney Pills low plenty of fresh air. On bad days they should be given brought to my attention and deciding grain in the shed and be made to to take them, I procured a supply. I scratch, so that they will not be forced soon improved and nfter I had taken the contents of a Tew boxes I was to go out in the rain to hunt food. cured." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Averts Awful Tragedy. n cents. Co., Buffalo, Timely advice given Mrs. C. New York, sold agents for the United of Marengo, Wis., (R. No. 1) States. prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved Remember the name Doan's and two lives. Doctors had said her fright- take no other. ful cough was a "consumption" cough and could do little to help her. After MAUKSJiUiti. many remedies failed, her aunt urged her to take Dr. King's New DiscovBorn to the wife of Mr. Johnson, ery. "I have been using it for some Speaks a girl. time," she wrote "and the awful cough Rev. Stalling has resigned bis pastorhas almost gone. It also saved my ate at this place. little boy when taken with a severe Mr. Villa Speaks of Ottenheim was bronchial trouble." This matchless medicine his no equal for throat and visiting his brother last Sunday. lung troubles. Price 50c and $1.00. Mrs. White Marcee of Lancaster was Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. the guest of her parents a few days House And Chicks. you the BEST WORK. We have the only Steam Ster Shop ilizer in tovn for Massage. on Richmond St, HENRY DUNCAN tH Sale advertised for the 17th inst having been postponed, on account of rain, as administrator of James ie, The Old Reliable Barber. Jersey Bull Henif Simpson 88427 Season 191 i. J. W. S WEEN LAWYER and COUNTY E Y. - J. E. Robinson, ATTORNEY. Will Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Plump 104 Office over Police Court. Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave The Only Two White Barbers In Town. See the tall sign, North side of Public Square. . Foster-Milbur- Will-oughb- y, M HOUSE. 1-- m Rain Or Shine. DR. Win. BTHNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Pliune 6. I will on. SAUNDERS. no-bo- d Street. J ze Citizens National Bank W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jn., Book-Keepe- r. W. O. Rigney, ! I Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. Prompt Attention. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. menting on our State Fair says: "Those who have raised fruit extensively in Kentucky seem to be 4'ery enthusiastic over the business. They asert that this is destined to become a noted fruit state, and certainly the long tabled loaded with big perfect highly colored speciments of large and small fruits furnished convincing evidence. Last spring some orchardists used smudge pots on chilly nights; others told of elfectively protecting their trees from frost by burning bundles of rye, straw, starting fires with dry bundles and then adding damp ones to the piles. H. F. Hillermeyer, the widely known nurseryman, of Lexington, who has always been a close student of Natural phenomena, weather conditons and the like, says that the farmers and tobacco growers need have no fears of frost so long as the ground is as wet as it, as a result of the of the recent rains. He says that a killing frost never comes when the ground is wet, and that while the growers should exercise due diligence to get their tobacco housed, precipitate haste is not advisable, as it may be several days before Jack Frost reaches this section. Mr. Hillenmeyer regards the present wet spell advantageous in more ways than one, as it prevents the grasshopper and Hessian fly getting in their "work. Wash Those Pimples off. iJPlS IaI ill WEDNESDAY, OCT 25, 11 beginning at 9 a. m., at his late residence on the .Stanford and Rush Branch pike, about five miles from Stanford and one mile from Hubble offer for sale, rain or shine, his personal properAll "Work Guaranteed. ty, consisting principally of G two year ago. old mules; 2 yearling mules; 1 five year Paint Lick, Kentucky Little Miss Emily Bourne while play- old mule; I four year old 1 ing at school Friday fell and broke her two year old gelding, by gelding; Preston; 2 jMrwtmuimimt, arm. yearling fillies; 1 yearling horse; 2 The Ladies Working Society will aged mules; 1 Jersey heifer; a lot of j meet with Mrs J. B. Kemper next hogs. Thursday. Farming implements including a DENTIST Mr. and Mrs. Mobley of Harrodsburg wagon; steel roller; plows; wheat drill; have been visiting their daughter Mrs. mower; binder; hay rake; 2 cultivators; Office over Miss Arnold' Millinery. Johnson Speaks. steel harrow; buggy; spring wagon; a Mr. Joe Tuggle of Portsmouth Va. lot of sheaf oats; about 40 acres of has been visiting his parents Mr. and corn, baled hay; etc. Five shares of stock in Lincoln Mrs. Wm. Tuggle. County National Bank, 6 shares of Messrs Jonah and Noah Marcee went to Mt Hebron Sunday to visit their stock in Monticello and Burnside Turnpike. mother Mrs. Marcee. TERMS. Mr. Milton Elliot of Lexington has Sums of $10.00 and under, cash in Cleaning and Pressing Labeen visiting his brother Dr. Mack hand, over that amount three months Elliot for several days. credit or notes with good security dies and Men's Garments. Mrs. Morten Robinson gave a linen bearing 6 per cent interest from date. Phone 340. Public Square. shower last week in honor of Miss J. B. Paxton, Admr. Cyrena Dunn of Danville. h. Itf. Faulkner, Miss Susan Sutton attended services at Lancaster Sunday and was the guest Office Hoars OUJce r of her sister Mrs. Ben Hughes. to 12. lp in. KM. Stormes' nrg Store. 3f.ni H J. PATRICK, Dentist, f. M. K. Denny, Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co (Igr. Pub c v Dandruff And Itching Scalp Yield To Zemo - OF - B. F. Phone 05. Treatment 3 nt BETSY'S POINTERS Persons boin during this month are possessed of much will power, great tact and taste, are courteous and af fable, are noted for their wit and last but not least show that they know a good thing as soon as they commence to trade with R. S. BROWN. The store that sells Cadet Stockings. One of Life's Mysteries. Why is it that the same remark which draws a laugh if made by one is a sure sign for a fight it made by Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embrv, r. Safety Samual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Cochran, Boxes YOUR For Rent. J. E. BUSINESS. Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, another? Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. TOO MUCH LOVE Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was" cured in one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, regular size bottles only 25c at Stormes Drug Store. 5 Advice and Infor- mation are cheerfully given at our institution, and new coiners 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. Use D. D. D., that mild, soothing wash, that recognized remedy for Eczema and all skin troubles. First drops take away that awful burning itch, cleanse the skin wash away every pimple evary impurity. Nothing like D. D. D. for the complexion. Get a 25c trial bottle today, worth ten times its cost to have a bottle in the house. At any rate, drop in today and investigate the merit of this wonderful prescription. For sale by R. E. McRoberts & Son. NOTICE. Pursuant to the following proclamation "Frankfort, Ky Sept, 18, 1911, By the Authority vested in me by Section 1523 of the Statutes of Kentucky, I hereby proclaim that a special election will be held in the Thirteenth Circuit Court District of Kentucky, composed of the Counties of Mercer, Boyle, Garrard and Lincoln, on Tuesday November 7th 1911, for the purpose of electing a Circuit Judge for said District to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge M. C. Sauflpy, Ben L. Bruner, Acting Governor, By the Acting Governor, Ben L. Brjiner Secretary of State By Jt. A. Cook, Ass't and Acting Secretary of State.," notice is hereby given that a poll will be opened in eachof the voting precints of Garrard County, on November 7 1911 for the purpose of filling the vacancy in the office of Circuit Judge, as above stated. G. T. BALLARD. Sheriff of Garrard County Kentucky. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. ma The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon as our lands for any purpose-whatevwe will prosecute all offenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Sqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra V S Ferguson Ed & N B Price W A Price E F Herring S L Rich W S Embry Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin er POSTED We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER at Phono or call on us The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Dave Thompson i, JW Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels. H C Arnold D B Anderson W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, G Y Conn Brown LH T W Conn J GLConn Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. J G Clark Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett C G Gay W K Leavell E Dunn John Boian E G Hammock Mrs. MackieMcGrath' its supreme. Unrivaled for Piles. Try Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan it. Only '- 25c atR..E. McRoberts -& -' - '"" i.m-J. W. Simpson "" T; M. Arnold, Jr. Son. qt :- Why should you continue to expe"-imewith salves, greasy lotions and Having decided to go West, we will fancy hair dressings trying to rid your offer for sale to the highest and best scalp of germ life. They can't do it bidder on because they cannot penetrate to the THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911. seat of the trouble and draw the germ AT 10 A. M. life to the surface of the scalp and de- -' the following property, consisting of stroy it. Why not try a PROVEN REMEDY? 375 acres of fine Bluegrass land, situatOne that will do this. We have a ed in the famious Camp Dick Robinson remedy that will rid the scalp of germ section of Garrard count y. Ky.. G miles life and in this way will cure DAND- from Danville, 8 miles from Lancaster, 1 mile off Lexington turnpike on good RUFF and ITCHING SCALP. county road, 10 room dwelling. 3 porches This remedy is ZEMO, a clean refined penetrating scalp tonic that goes right; 2 good cisterns at door, dwelling illumito the seat of the trouble and drives nated with acetylene gas, all necessary the germ life to the surface and de- outbuildings, 2 large tobacco barns, 1 good stock barn, 1 large silo, 2(30 young stroys it. A shampoo with ZEMO (AFTiSEP-TIC- ) fruit trees just beginning to bear, farm SOAP and one application of is well watered and in good state of ZEMO will entirely rid the scalp of cultivation. Farm will be sold in two dandruff and scurf, Do not hesitate, tracts and as a whole, then taking the but get a bottie of ZEMO today. It best bid. Terms on Farm, One half acts on a new principle and will do ex- down, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years at 6 per cent, per annum. actly what we claim fpr it. CATTLE Sold and endorsed By the R. E. Mc40 head of fat cattle, will weigh 1,300 Roberts & Son Drug Store. pounds. 4 head milk cows and 3 calves 7 brood sows and 1 boar. Is The World Growing Better. MULES AND HORSES. 1 pair Mare Mules I5J hands, 8 years Many things go to prove that it is. 1 pair Mare Mules 15$ hands, 3 The wfy thousands are trying to help old. years old. 1 pair Mare Mules 15i hands others is proof. Among them is Mrs. 1 W. W. Gould, of Pittsfield, N. H. 2 years old. Mare Mule 152 hands, 5 years old. 1 Horse Mule 15J hands, 2 Finding good health by taking Electric Bitters, she now advises other suffer- years old. 5 yearling Mare Mules, good ers, everywhere, to take them. "For ones. Three suckling Marc Mule Colts, 3 years I suffered with stomach and kidgood Brood Mares in foal to jack, 5 to ney trouble," she writes. "Every old Harness mare, a medicine I used failed till I took Elec- 10 yrs, 1 dandy, 1 Gelding, 1 old tric Bitters. But this great remedy gelding, good driver, 4 old Famhelped me wonderfully." They'll help any woman. They're the best tonic ily mare, 500 Bales of good Timothy and finest liver and kidney remedy Hay. that's made. Try them. You'll see, 50c Farming Machinery of every description, including power Fairbanks , at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Morse Gasoline Engine, also Ensilage Cutter and Crusher. Household and Those Truly Great. Kitchen Furniture and other articles The world never forgets those who too numerous to mention. Terms made forget themselves. The world's truly great are men enamored and In love known on day of sale. Dinner on with an Idea, and not men enamored grounds. Farm will be sold promptly at 10 and, in love with themselves. o'clock SALLIE F. PENSE & SONS. It's Equal Don't Exist. Marksbury, Ky. , I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. No one has ever made a salve, or balm to compare with Buck-len- 's Arnica Salve. It's the one per-fehealer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes, Cold Sores, Chapped Hands or Sprains , 1-- m Land, Stock and Crops DENTIST. "Walter. Lancaster, Ky. fl. J. TINSLEY, rilONE -- County Surveyor. j. Office over F. G. Hurt'3 fumiturf stare. Lancaster, Kentucky. E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. n... uui of QUALITY. . n Mowers r I Lware 11 r ha lvicKooerts. oooi 000000000 Henry L. Casey, d.v.s VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islauds. United States Army Office at Logan's Telephone a! and WJ. Stable. DANVILLE. KY Oakdale Herd of Registered Diirocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. Fall boars and gilts for sale. J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. ' Dr. R. L Pontius, Kentucky. Veterinary Surgeorv. and Dentist. Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. --- Lancaster, oint-me- pt I have just opened up a new, cleans. Barber Shop on Lexington street next to the post1, office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me. Clean' Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention 4 JOHN DUNCAN, 'tSsfo 5 , I.