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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 27, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911102701_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 27, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -'- - - THE CENTRjAJL RECORD POKE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMbCRACl AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1911. Vote for the Water Works Bonds. - Today is NUMBER 29. Arbor Day. Plant a tree. mjMfMfMmMMMfmfmMMM T7 HEATING AND Preaching at the Lancaster Methodist Church next Sunday morning and evening by the pastor. IOU iJH - PPiiiHiHlHPKRiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiSEnC HHHHPKppppppppppHppRHK'j''' PPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPH m Born; to Mr. and Mrs Thomas Wells a girl on the night of October 23rd. The little Miss has been christened Ruth. Elder F. M. Tinder will not fill his pulpit at the Christian Church Sunday morning but will send a minister to preach to his congregation. Had Dix river been properly protected, it would today be the finest fishing stream in Kentucky. Absolutely no attempt to enforce the law against seins and dynamite has even been made. Danville Messenger. A Question. W&mmwmf StS sj:.' - Are 11- M KJIiraSSSli Mi m vited pipipuHpMipppppppppapjppHnjg PLUMBING. We use the best material the market affords. Let us make you an estimate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. jM?.ippppppPl of the members of the Baptist Church please tell us who preached the first sermon in the Lancaster church and when. W ill some Y&ggg$m&.. fs,iiHy:,,ltd ' -- HViiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiH - tail Danville To Have Graded School. The vote upon the proposition to make Danville a separate Graded Common School District, which was submitted to the people of Danville last Saturday, carried by a handsome majority, 190 for it and only 16 against.- Another Distinguished Visitor. iJiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHBsiKvrPiiiiiiiiiiB H H MapppipppppppjHlPpppppppppppppppKpBpt 1.cJH flpjPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPPR msmz :,. I fp To Haselden Bros., Lancaster, 1 From Oct 30 to Nov 4 1 BSJ m m The Malleable Man and The Malleable Girl will show you their Favorite Range. IK BH You will be served with Hot Biscuits and Coffee, Receive a Valuable Cook Book, Beautiful Souvenir, and m I m ii I M Ex-Govern- or, I CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. fc - - &&EBE MKHHMHMBHHSSIHHBMMHHHHHHMII Gov. Beckham will speak at the court house in Lancaster at 1:30 p. m., Saturday, October 28th. There will probably be other prominent speakers present. Gov. Beckham has many friends in this county who will be anxious to hear that he is cominggand a good crowd is assured him. He is one of the most prominent men in Kentucky politics and has been a great supporter of the county unit bill. It was he who lead the fight in the last democratic con vention against Mr Watterson and won out for the temperance people. He has supported Senator McCreary in this race from the start and is now speaking for Another Sale. him all over the state. Gov. Beckham is sure to reach the United States SenMr. Peter Wells was in town Mon- ate and he will likely be the next nominee of the democratic party after Big day advertising a sale of lots to be Ollie goes. held in Danville on the 31st inst The sale will be conducted by the United To The Voters. JOHNS. RHEA Realty & Auction Co. a Lexington company of which Mr. Wells and 0. T. In this issue will be found two arti- The Silver Tongued Orator From Western ' Wallace, two Lancaster boys are mem cles, one on the editorial page signed bers. Kentucky Addresses Garrard County by the new candidate for councilmen. and The other article on the back page Democracy Court Day. All Getting Well. signed by all the members of the old Unless the unforseen should happen board except Capt. Wm. Herndon. A little gray, a little more rotund, to the patients now in the Lancaster Read both articles closely and select and showing the weight of years to hospital, or some others should be so from the two boards, six councilmen some extent, but with the same vigor unfortunate as to become sick, the whom you think will protect the inter- and enthusiasm that marked his camspace in the Record devoted for the ests of the people. paigning tours of fifteen years ago, last six weeks to a report of the conJohn S. Rhea of Russellville, the silver One Of The Best In The District. dition of the sick will be to let. tongued orator of western Kentucky, Judge Walker is able to walk about Jesse M. Alverson is surely making spoke to one of the largest crowds the room and expects to be on the a cracker jack good paper out of the brought together to hear a political streets next week, Mr. White, Miss Anderson News, and we are proud of speech in years, at the court house Sutton and Mr. Brown are all able to him. Having received his education in Monday afternoon. Second to none as sit up in bed and take nourishment, the business at our very door, we feel an orator, he went at the issues of the and all are well on the road to that we have a sort Of right of prop- campaign in a masterly way and for rietorship in him. He is getting out three hours he held th vast crowd one of the brightest breeziest sheets in with the magic of his voice. Mr. Rhea the eighth district and a paper that made one of the most convincing compares favorably with any weekly speeches heard here in years and it is in Kentucky. safe to say that the cause of Democracy profited largely by his visit to R. E. L. Sims Pardoned. Lancaster entertained several distinguished visitors this week, Hon. Champ Clark was here for a short time Monday afternoon. He lectured in Stanford Monday night and motored with a number of Stanford gentlemen to hear John Rhea speak. J. C. W. Beckham. A Present Worth you buy your Range If $7.50, during the Exhibit You cannot afford to miss it Remember the TIME and THE PLAGE. or to-d- ay ipfljIMiMTfafiWroilafJllM MMfMMm fEDUCATOR J Attention Ladies See our NEW FALL Line of R. E. L. Sims who was convicted of the killing of John R. Farris in the Lincoln Circuit Court and was given eight years in the penetentiary has been pardoned by Lieutenant Gov. Cox who gives as his reason that he believes that Sims has suffered sufficient punishment for his crime. Sims was paroled by the Prison Commission in 1909. John R. Farris who was killed by Sims was a step son of Mrs. Eliza Farris of this place and a relative of ex State Senator George T. Farris. Meeting Closed. Temperance Victory Im Lincoln. After carefully considering the pet- ition for a local option election for several days in Lincoln county, and Best Shoe For Children, We Guarantee Every -- after having many of the petitioners come before him personally and express their wishes, Judge Bailey decided that the" wets did not have a sufficient number of petitioners under the law to secure an election, and he therefore refused to call it. Mount For Councilman. All Sizes- - All Jas. W- - Smith, rfUrflA The House of Quality MyMNBUyyMNBMyMMNrfltfV A large tent meeting which has been FINE FOOTWEAR made by the SHELBY SHOE CO. in progress on the New Danville pike on the farm of Mr. Hunter House closed last Friday night. The doctrine which they preached is said to. have been that of the Latter Day Saints.but a careful inquiry among the ministers who were in charge of the meeting by a Record man failed to secure any information on the subject. The meeting seemed to be a very enthusiastic one, about thirty workers, men and women, either preachers or laymen be ing engaged in the work. An Unusual Occurrence. 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. The Berea band which came down last Friday to play for the Republican Rally when Judge O'Rear spoke, was composed of eleven students from Berea College. They not ouly made H good music, but they were a model set of young gentlemen. Not one of the entire crowd either swore, drank or used tobacco in any form. If this student band is a fair representation of the scholarship at Berea, C. T. Crane, the philanthropist who has been making investigations and exposures of moral conditions at the various large institutions of learning in the country, could find little of which to complain In our last issue of the paper we spoke of a telephone ticket for council-meFor fear that some one might think that he is for selling an unreasonable franchise, Mr. J. R. Mount has authorized us to say that if he is elected a member of the council that he will give this telephone proposition the best of his attention and will see that nothing but a good franchise is sold provided of course that the other members are alright on the question. We want to impress upon the citizens of the town and also the citizens of the county the importauce of this question. It is the duty of every citizen to see that men elected to the office of city council will be men who will have the interest of the citizens of the town and county at heart, and that they will guard the interest as they would their own homes. Mr. Mount is a good man and will make a good "City Dad". . n. x WBKttKHBm WSISBSiB& Pnl WlMlIilinMiliiMiiiMatoiii I, Liimin iiilTTTtTMMIn in IIhKiuiiH In nil jirr it tiWMl Former Record Employe Marries. at Berea. Judge O'Rear Speaks. The following clipping taken from the Atlanta (Ga.) Journal of October 21st gives an account of the marriage of Miss Carrie Hatcher, a once valued employe of the Record. "A pretty event of yesterday was the wedding of Miss Carrie Hatcher and Mr; Albert S. Rice, Rev. H. M. Quillian officiating. The bride wore a handsome travel ing suit of blue cloth with velvet bon- Now is the time to buy an I 1M H. - T V "V J. LOQAH. v, : ': wmmmmmmmmHmammmmm r- jt , V " - i Judge Edward C. O'Rear spoke at the court house at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon and was greeted by a large crowd, the edifice being filled to its capacity. He. was given 'splendid at tention and spoke for two hours, durB ing which time he presented the political situation from his standpoint in a clear, concise and logical way. The republicans of the county had made extensive preparations for the coming of their party leader, had left no stone unturned in the way of advertising to H secure the attention of a good crowd, and had secured the services of a brass M band to hold the crowd together until the hour of the speaking. 1 net, and carried a shower boquet of orchids and lilies of the valley. 4 Mr. Rice holds a responsible position with the Central of Georgia railroad, and both young people have a large circle of friends. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Rice left for a wedding trip to points on the coast." The bride was formerly a resident of Lancaster where she has many friends who will wish her much happiness. She is a daughter of the late T. J. Hatcher and a sister of Messrs James and George Hatcher of this place. Old Hickory Wagon The strongest and lightest running wagon made. '$ Buy Buggy and Wagon Harness while they are so cheih W. J. ROMANS. v - ." ' -tsrvj--- MHV.MMHiHOTMHHMiiRMaHWMWB J r( " . ." IMMAW n mm imimm i ii r ii n ii GREAT DEMOCRATIC mill, SIT , OCT 28, at COURT LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, AT 1:30 p. m., AT WHICH TIME WTi The Central Record s VI For City Councilman. V, dt bid-mnr- and other Prominent Democratic Speakers will address the people of Garrard and surrounding counties on the issues of the present Campaign. One of the first bills offered in the Lancaster's Most Distinguished Son Here. To the merchants and any other of Protracted meeting will begin at Reasons Why You Should Yote For The the citizens of Garrard county who Legislature will be an act to prevent Fork church Sunday October 29th. We are authorized to announce B. F. may be skeptical of the advantages of corrupt practices in election. It will Senator W. O. Bradley after his Rev. J. P. Jenkins, of Louisville, will Issuance Of The Water Works Bonds incorporated. Walter, as a candidate for councilman an Interurban Traction Line to the be presented by a Democrat, and it speech in Berea Monday ceme home assist the pastor. year. of the city of Lancaster, Ky. Election $1.00 a Issued Weekly. Because Good Water is essential to average interior town, the opinion of will be passed by Democratic votes, with Mr. W. T. West and remained as good health. November 7th 1911. a leading citizen of Boonville Ind. and signed by a Democratic Governor. his guest until the afternoon train Wed A Few Extra Days Of Grace For The GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Because it is good public policy to We are authorized to announce R. P. might prove of interest. These re- If the people want their hopes transla- nesday. Their ride from Berea here Turkeys. have an abundance of good pure water. Gregory, as a candidate for councilman marks of the Indiana gentlemen were ted into deeds, they will vote the in an automobile was not overly pleasEntered at tbe Post Oflice iu Lancaster, K, Because the Board of Health will of the city of Lancaster, Ky. Election published recently in the Ldtiisville Democratic ticket, and the realization ant one, the machine broke down when It has been announced that Presi-deMull Matter. as Second-Clascondemn the present water plant and November 7th. 1911. Taft will designate Thursday within a short distance of Lancaster Courier Journal with editorial com- will be certain and promt. Member Kentucky Press Association and no amount of tinkering on the part November 30 as Thanksgiving Day, leave the town without protection from We are authorized to announce Wm. ment as follows:- The Democratic platform pledges of the chauffer would persuad it to go. this year. It has been the custom to fire unless something is done to im "There are some small cities and Herndon, as a candidate for councilman and which do not take kindly to the the party to stop corrupt lobbying in The only available conveyance was a fix the last Thursday of the month. prove present conditions. of the city of Lancaster, Ky. Election towns Eighth District Publishers League. Because the condemnation of the idea of interurban railway connection the Legislature, and Governor McCrea- colored man with a dilapidated spring This year there has been doubt, beNovember 7th. 1911. with larger cities. This is true in spite ry is the men to turn the light on the wagon and horse, and into this the Sen- cause November happened to include water works means a cessation of the We are authorized to announce G. S. Lancaster, Ky., October 27, 1911. revenue derived from that source and Greenleaf, as a candidate for Council- of the fact that experience has shown miscreants who have fattened at the ator, Mr. West, the driver and another five instead of four Thursdays. The tne snutting down ot the plant will man of the city of Lancaster, Ky. that interurban lines benefit both the (expense of the people for so many colored man, rather a good load, climb- White House has been beseiged by necessarily follow. large and small cities urban and rural years at Frankfort. Both parties har- ed and "motored" into Lancaster, theatrical managers and those in charge . Rates For Political Announcements Election November 7th. 1911. Because the work of extending the bor these harpies, and they should be arriving for late supper. territory alike." f college football games to settle this $ 5.00 We are authorized to announce H. For Precinct and City Offices doubt, so that arrangements could be Plant wjn be let out to the lowest "Boonville, Ind., is a small city which exposed and drivan out. 10.00 Clay Hamilton as a candidate for For County Offices for t.hp usual snpcinl nprfnrm.inc- - der, this insures the expenditure of 15.00 councilman of the city of Lancaster, Ky has trolley connection with Evansville, For State and District Offices Lewis West Dies. only what money is absolutely necessaDemocratic Legislators are already es and sport, that marks the day. a larger city. Boonville, apparently 10 Election November 7th. 1911. For Calls, per line ry to complete the work. preparing bills for dirrct primaries, has suffered no loss of trade thereby The sad news reached here Saturdaj 10 For Cards, per line We are authorized to announce W. M. Discussing Because the voting of bonds for the in keeping with the pledges of the Her Father's Footsteps. this phase of the question in far away Arizona ol For all publications in the interZanone a a candidate for councilman of extension doe3 not mean the increase platform. The Legislature will be of the death Charles Kindermann, a hardware merMiss Marie Barnes, the sweet singer of your taxes by one cent, est of individuals or expresthe city of Lancaster, Ky. Election chant of Boonville, is quoted as saying Democratic beyond any question, and Lewis Herman West. Lewis has beer it simply suffering for some time with tubercu- and loving daughter of the late George means that the bonded indebtedness sion of individual views, per November 7th 1911. of that the people of the town would every reform promised the people will losis and has gone everywhere and II XJUliltja, LI1C IllUOb UC1UDCU U1CIII frh.- ' .o .yx(fr 10 line Clldl the city will be extended for a few J. U It mm itc welcome additional traction lines. be carried out. done everything which it was thought ever preached that God is love, has de- years, something 05 Obituaries, per line that will of a necessiRepublican Ticket. "They help us; they help any town." would rid him of the dread disease. veloped into a prophetess and speaks ty come, better do it now rather than It is only necessary for the DemoMr. Kindermann said. "Travel makes He was employed in one of the De- with the fervor and fluency of her gift- put We are authorized to announce John trade and the more people it off until we have an epidemic of Democratic Ticket. frequent crats to get out their votes to gain a partments at Washington D. C. and ed father, is now dwelling under the L. Dozier as a candidate for Legisla- your city the more they will patronize great victory. The gloom on every about a year ago, thinking the change palm trees of the Sunny South, but has disease. ture from Garrard county, he being the the merchants; by making business in Republican countenance, and the joy Because an increased water supply For Governor James B. McCreary. might benefit him, he secured a trans- signified to Mrs. Desha Breckinridge, means that we will have an ice plant, regular nominee of the republican par- all the diversified lines of on every Democratic face, tells the barter and For Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott ty. fer to Douglas Ariz., he remained at who is the most gifted woman in all a laundry, and that we will be in a trade there is naturally, a greater story most eloquently. this place for some time and not im- Kentucky of her literary clan, that she position to offer some inducement For Treasurer Thos. 3. Rhea. .( to prosperity for the individual." Revproving as rapidly as he thought ho would be pleased to come to Kentucky, any industry For Auditor Public Accounts Henry that might wish to locate should he went to Colorado, there he the home of her childhood as soon as here, The Gubernatorial race is waxing erting to his own experience as a M. Bosworth. Popular Young Couple Wed. lived in a tent at the foot of a moun- her engagement expires in the South. warm, but in the excitement of it, we business man Mr. Kindermann continuFor Secretary of State C. F. Crece- - must not overlook Miss Mattie Arnold, daughter of Mr. tain, believing that this manner of life This will be good news to thousands of the issues that con- ed; Why Not Lancaster. lius. "Our house could'nt do without the H. Clay Arnold, and Mr. Boyle Doty, in that climate might prove of benefit the friends of the wonderful George O. front us here at home. There are isFor Attorney General James Garnett. sues at stake right here at home that traction line between this city and a son of Cap't J. G. Doty, and a pros- to him, but this proved of less benefit Barnes. "Dick" Red in Equity JourAtlanta Ga.. Huntsville Ala., CleveRllSinpsa mnn l EjVanSVlIlP. rmnni-illland O. and many other cjtjes are perous young farmer of the Paint Lick to him than Arizona and he returned to nal. Superintendent of Schools For State are just as important to the people of find it of renninp fifmofit nm- - .oco io noted for their beautiful residence Barksdale Hamlett. tnis community as who shall be our no exception. I find, for example, section, boarded the morning train Douglas, where he remained until the Remember The Golden Rule. streets. Upon a small scale, Lancasthat business men can carry less capi- Monday at Fonso, a flag station near end came. Lewis married Miss Cora governor. For Commissioner Agriculture J W. next The Record has no desire to, nor will tal in surplus stock because of the Lowell, and went to Jeffersonsville Ward of this place, a daughter o". the Next Tuesday night will be Hallo- ter is following in .the footsteps of Newman. rapidity of it champion the cause of any individual tral market transfer between the cen- Ind. where they were made man and late Wm. Ward, and she was at his ween and it is very much to be hoped these cities and beautif ying her streets and their own stores. We For Clerk Court of Appeals R. L. or set of individuals, for the city coun- carry a large stock, but not infrequent- wife. The happy couple returned bedside when the end came. that there will be a Reign of Reason in and if the pace set in the last few Greene. cil we have no choice among the various ly we have calls for things we could Tuesday seeking the parental blessing. Words are hardly adequate to express Lartfcaster. There has in the past been years is kept up, she too will become For Railroad Commissioner W. F. candidates, personally, not carry without entailing a large ad- They will reside at Mr. Doty's home the esteem in which Lewis West was some jokes perpetrated here that not to be noted for the beautiful residence but this is a ditional outlay. Klair. What do we do? A time when principles and the interest man comes into our store, asks for the near manse. held by his home people. Born and only unneccessarily wounded the feel- - streets within her limits. A few years For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. of the community and reared here, he had endeared himself ings, but destroyed the property of ago when one thought of building, their the general wel- article, we tell him we will deliver it For Representative John M. Farra fare of our town and county must be to him the same afternoon. We teleMr. J. T. Pope Buys Farm. to everyone who kenw him, and this some of our citizens, and we hope that thougnts naturally turned to Lexington phone to the traction station, give our Ave., and their desire was to secure a from Garrard Co. placed above personalities, politics and Ed Perkins sold his farm of 50J was nearly everyone, for during the there will not be a recurrence of these order, it is transmitted to the Evansj objectionable acts this year. all else save the questions involved, ville station, and then is al- - lot and build upon that thoroughfare. It retransmitted to acres to Mr. J. T. Pope for $100. The many years he stayed in the post office when prejudices, likes and dislikes must the wholesale house we are buying it farm lies immediately he became acquainted with nearly right to celebrate this event by the But residents of other streets have ANNOUNCEMENTS adjoining, the seen how a nicely kept street attracted be lain aside and become subservient to from. The article arrives in three or farm of Mrs. Nixon Perkins in the everyone in the county. Polite, cour- perpetration of harmless jokes, but let new comers and enhanced the value of four hours. We have made a sale the general good. teous, gentlemanly, as tender as a us stop at that. There is no fun to be Camp Dick Robinson neighborhood that otherwise might not For County Judge. their property, and they took their" A great question, or at least one of made without the carrying have been and is one of the best improved and woman, and yet when occasion demand- derived from bringing useless mortifi- cue from more progressive neighbors of an advital interest to our people, will con- ditional and little used line of articles. most desirable small farms in the ed as courageous as a lion, unselfish, ev- cation to the heart of your fellow beWe are authorized to announce Claying, of and began to improve. First it was the incoming council, it matters That is a concrete illustration of the county, Mr, Perkins wil move to er careful of the feelings and welfare of your or in the ruthless destruction you Richmond street, and within the last ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- front whom value of the traction line as a trade neighbors property, and if it may be composed, the Lancaster on January Jst, having purr Others, uncomplaining, even in the ty Judge of Garrard County subject to not of same question that has confronted the builder." t;ime of Jiis suffering he was never will stop a moment to consider, you two years many beautiful residences the action of the democratic party. There are always two sides to every chased an interest in the Walker Mill. present council, and has been rejected to complain; faithful and devot- will keep within the bounds of reason. have gone up there, there are concrete question, and to the people of Gar- He will sell his personal property at heard walks, a splendid street, well kept announce by them, namely, the sale of a teleto the interests of his employers, We are authorized to rard county who have only looked at public auction, watch for the ad in this ed United States Government Adopts Royal lawns, and every sign of comeliness candidate for phone franchise. The franchise which James A. Beazley as a the latter fact being attested to by his the situation from one standpoint, paper next week. that would add to the appearance of long service and many promotions in County Judge of Garrard county, sub- the present council was asked to pass Standard Typewriter. perhaps the views of this Booneville the homes and grounds in that direcject to the action of the Democratic was objectionable to them in many re- gentleman will suggest the Government service, ever winning Where Shall The Blame Be Placed. the "other tion. Now Danvil'e street has decided Washington City, Oct. 18. spects, principally in that the rates to party. side", will point out to them some of Not long till the Legislature meets, the ready commendation of his super I rtle Royal Standard Typewriter not to be outdone by her neighbors and has be charged were not fixed, and that the advantages to be derived from in- not long till Circuit Court convenes. ior officers by his efficient work and been adopted for use in the depart is getting busy with those improvethere were no provisions therein prokindly disposition; moral, upright and For Sheriff. terurban connection, and will cause Nothing done in regard to settling the tecting the patrons outside the city. honest, a consistent member of the ments by the United States. The ments which tend to add to the general them to weigh these advantages question of the ownership of the Park. machine is the most visible, simple and attractiveness of a town; the old rock The people of the town owe a duty We are authorized to announce C. A. igainst the disadvantages, many of Senator Bradley was here this week christian Church from early childhood, compact that has ever been manuf act- -' quarry nas Deen graded and twobeauti-ure- d he has so conducted himself here as to Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of to the people of the county in this re- which they have conjured up in their and says that in the event we are not and is so constructed that the ful residence have gone up on the site be sure of the commendation of Him Garrard County, subject to the action gard. It is their duty to protect them jwn mind, and will cause them to prepared to make a good title to the who he so faithfully served. eves of the onerator are readilv and . of that recent eye sore: now Messrs from exorbitant telephone charges, and withdraw of the Democratic party. the weight of their opposi- property when called upon to do so, we to make every effort to secure foi Lewis Herman West was born in naturally focussed on the writing line Allie and Dave Sanders have bought We are authorized to announce them equally as good service and at s tion from the building of the proposed stand a good chance of losing our Garrard county, being the second son and keyboard at the same time. This lots immediately adjoining the old Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff proportionally low price as is paid ir extension from Nicholasville, which so Government Building. of the late J. Wesley West, and Mrs. adds much to the comfort and efficien- quarry, paying therefor the sum of Garrard county, subject to the ac- town, and we believe that the town nany of us are striving so earnestly to In the event we fail to get the Jennie H. West. He was 32 years of cy of the operator over the old ma- 500. each, have the material on the of secure. Government Building through this age the first day of this month, in the chines, upon which the writing line is ground and are beginning the erection tion of the democratic party. people will perform this duty. I dilly dallying and waste of time, where flower of his young manhood. From so much higher than the keyboard, of homes. Concrete walks are down We believe that if a telephone franWe are authorized to announce W. If there is any Democrat in Kentucky shall we place the blame? his early boyhood days he has given that the eyes are kept npon a strain in and in course of construction, and beL. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard chise is ever sold in Lancaster, that it who thinks of casting his vote for promise of a most successful manhood. the vain effort to look upon both the fore the coming of Spring will be comcounty, subject to the action of the should be an equitable one for both the Judge O'Rear, he ought to watch the County Court Gets Busy. people of the town and of the county, It pleted to the city limits. He was in the postoffice and in the In work and the keys simultaneously. democratic party. activites of Caleb Powers in this appears that the Royal Standard has Next the other streets and the side that the rates fixed therein should govThe county officers are getting busy ternal Revenue service in this district, and then decide if he can afford streets will join the march of progress, ern the lines throughout the county as then taking a clerical civil service ex- established a new level for simplicity, fn an effort to break up the petty compactness, easy manipulation, dura- each one vieing with the other as to For Assessor. to tolls and other like restrictions, that to be found in such company. which seems to haye been rife amination and securing a splendid mark The best that O'Rear can do is to who shall present the most attractive there should be insured to every sub jn some parts of the county On- Sat- he was called to the National Capitol, bility and scientific construction that We are authorized to announce Dave scriber the free promise that if a Democratic Legisla appearance, until, as we paid before, use of the entire phone was rapidly rising, having re- will be difficult for competitors to rival. Judge Ford fined Tim Lancaster will become known as the C Sanders as a candidate for Assessor system within the confines of the entire ture does not follow his instructions, he urday for breach of the peace. Peters there he Peters ceived several nice promotions in the Had Too Many Good Clothes. little "City of beautiful streets." of Garrard county subject to the ac- county, and not that we should grant will keep them in session two years at 100. he has been there, until the an expenso of over $1000.00 a day. is the negro who was shot recently be- short time tion of the democratic party. a franchise that will give protection to Last week Chief Herron was called grim destroyer the White Plague, beGovernor McCreary will be able to en- low Bryantsville by Chas, Utbanks, he claiming that Peters invaded his home, gan to show its ravages upon him. He to the "chute" to arrest Homer Reid, We are authorized to announce Mr. the people of the town and leaves our act into law every plank in his platform E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- neighbors in the country to the tender because his party will be in control discharged for the shoot- sought to rid hiinsclf of if, but it was a young negro, for a minor offense. of Utbanks was mercies of the telephone people. ing. On the night that Harrison Pres- of no avail, at last it proved his undor Upon entering Reed's room his attentnation of Assessor of Garrard County, As far as the water works question both houses, and will not dare to violate ton was shot and killed by a negro ing. With his death goes one of Lan- ion was attracted by the unusual subject to the action of the democratic is concerned, it is not an issue in the the promises so sacredly made. Of party. named Jones a few weeks ago at caster's most noble young men, passes amount of nice wearing apparel hangmunicipal campaign, cannot by any around, he immediately began White Oak below Bryantsville, a crap one of her most brilliant prospects in ing We are authorized to announce J. B. means enter into it That is a ques- The Republican State Inspector pays game was said to have been in prog- the great world, passes one who had he questioning Reed and receiving no sat- It has been rumored and published Collier as a candidate for the nomina- tion over which the council has no con- a high tribnte to the efficiency of the ress and the officers started a quiet in- lived, would most surely have risen to isfactory explanation as to how he that we are in favor of the present tion for assessor of Garrard county, trol, they have no alternative, they Normal schools, created under the Sull- vestigation with the result that on positions of great honor and responsi- came in possession of the clothes, Mr. Telephone Franchise now pending besubject to the action of the democratic roust obey the will of the people, and if ivan act. The Democrats are responsi- Saturday Wm. Rutledge, white and bility, who would have reflected great Herron came to town and began mak- fore the city council also that we are party. the people at the polls on November 7th ble for the educational progress Ken- Ulysses Peters, John Payne, Crit Am- honor upon himself, his relatives and ing inquiries among the merchants as pledged to various persons for marshall We are authorized to announce W say that bonds shall be issued, then tucky has made, and a fresh impetus brose, Cal. Jefferson and Ed White upon his friends here at home who to whether or not they had missed and superintendent of water works. L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- the council must go ahead and ex- will be given to the cause when Mc were arrested and brought in by the loved him so well and would have re anything recently. These rumors we proclaim a falshood or of Garrard county subject to the tend the water works in accordance Creary is elected Governor. There will Sheriff and his deputies and on Satur- joiced in his well doing. Mr. R. S. Brown informed him that and without foundation. We are not with the expressed desires of the people. be more schools, and better ones, more day Judge Ford taxed the whole bunch action of the Democratic party. Besides his wife he is survived by his his store had been broken into recently pledged to any one for any city office It behooves the voters to Jook well to teachers and more pupils, and more to the tune of $100. and cost each, and mother Mrs. Jennie H. West, who on two occasions. Mr. Brown accom- nor do we intend to pledge ourselves to whom they are casting their ballots for money to pay expenses. they will devote the coming winter to makes her home with her two sons, panied Mr. Herron to the Reed negro's any one before election for any office. For Magistrate. in the coming municipal ejection, to see the improvement of the county road. Will and Charlie in Tujsa Qkla. and by room and readily identified the cloth- We are not for the present Phone Fran to announce that they are right on this subject of a Chairmau McCulloch, of Judge Bob Mullins arrested on the same two other brothers Millard and Thurs ing as his property. Reed when taxed chise now before the city council. We are authorized We. with the crime admitted that the pledge purselvss to the citizens pf Lan: ton West of Washington D. C. N. White .as a candidate for telephone franchise, that they have the Finance Committee, invented charge was found not guilty. John The remains arrived at Danville clothing had been s tolen from Mr. caster that if elected we will pasa a. This is but the beginning of a gener Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- welfare of the community in general at "Green River Whiskey", which he asrard county, subject to the action of heart, that they are in favor of the sures the world is "without a headache al cleaning up that is intended to ex- Thursday night and were brought over Brown's store by him and a confeder- Phone Franchise safe guarding every in. continued peace, quietude and good or- in a barrel of it." When McCulloch tend the entire length; and breadth of and taken to the home of his uncle, W. ate, but refused to give the name of erst of the citizens and business man the democratic party. der which we have enjoyed in the past wrote his famous circular begging the counjty. These crap games and T.'West. The funeral services were the. confederate. He was arrested and of the town of Lancaster and Garrard We are authorized to announce Wal- few years, and that they are not mak- funds for the Republican Ticket, ho drinking bouts are bat, the breeding short and simple and were held at the lodged in jail and on Tuesday had his county and to elect such officers as will ton 'E. Moss as a candidate for Magi- ing the race in the interest; of any indi- gave O'Rear such a headache that he places for greater crimes and 'the grave by Rev, F. M. Tinder, after examining trial before Judge Ford and be to the best interst of tie city of strate in the first district of Garrard vidual, or corporation, or through any will never recover from it. The temp- county judge-antcounty attorney have which the remains were placed at rest was held to, the grand jury. In default Lancaster. County, subject to the action of the other motive save the good of the.com erance voters will put another head on determined Jo break tjiem up at , what-ey- in the Lancaster cemetery at 2 o'clock of $250. bond he was lodged in jail to J. R. Mount A. F. Sanders munity. ' democratic party. .the Judge jn Noyember. Friday afternoon. await the convening of that body. may be the cost. ( Sam Cqtton J. D. Gulley lp m fT-.- n I ; . V. Cam-paig- n, law-Jessne- ss - J To The Voters Lancaster. O'.-Rea- r's er 1 ?': ,- - - v Danville, Kentucky, East Lexington Street. FITZPATRICK HEIGHTS TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1911, GRAND 47 Hig h-Cla- ss AUCTION SALE. Residence Lots 47. 1 Pronhptly at IP o'clock a. m. RAIN OR SHINS. dol-lars- .in This property is in the heart of the most fashionable portion of the best town in the State of Kentuckynone excepted. When you plant a few the heart of a town like Danville you can't go wrong. A $500.00 lot and other valuable prizes will be given away, and everybody on the ground will have an equal opportunity whether a buyer or merely a spectator. SAXTON'S FAMOUS CONCERT BAND will furnish the Music. Every lot offered will be positively sold, Absolutely Regardless of Price. This is the opportunity of a lifetime for the lameseeker or the investor. r In the past you have bought lots at the owner's price, at this sale, you make the price, let the owner make or lose. This property has been consigned to us TO BE SOLD, and it is going to change hands. Meet us at this grand sale, on Tuesday, October 31st, 1911, at 10 a. m. THE UNITED REALTY & AUCTION 60. e. SSrSS: Have It. A LAME EYERY MORNING. Having decided to dispose of a lot of surplus stock, etc,, I will Richmond and Lancaster pike, on Public Sale. C S. COTTON, at my place 3 miles South West of Paint Lick on THURSDAY, NOV., v 9th, 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m. sell the following property. Thirty five head of horses and mule., insisting of 1 draft mare, 6 years old weighing 1600 lbs; 1 yearling stallion out of this mare and sired by an Imp. Percheon, weighs about 1300 or 1400 lbs; 1 weaniing filly full sister to the stallion colt; 1 three year old black horse well broke, single and double, 16 hands high, weighs 1100 lbs; 1 five year old sorrel mare, broke single and double; 1 nine year old mare in foal by Bert Ramsey's Jack; 1 twelve year old mare in foal by Jack; 1 yearling sorrel filly, a natural saddler; 1 nine year old brown family mare in foal by horse; 1 weanling horse colt sired by Lynn Boyd, Jr.; 1 weanling horse colt sired by King Squirrel, dam stand bred; 3 weanling mule colts; 1 three year old sorrel horse, broke single and double; 1 six year old black horse, broke single and double; 1 six year old gray horse, broke single and double, good saddler, 16 hands high; 1 five year old mare mule 16 hands high, extra good; 1 two year old horse mule; 15 hands and 1 inch high, broke to work; Several pair of good work mules; 1 three year old Jennet, safe in foal, extra good one; about 16 yearling heifers; 7 yearling steers; 2 yearling high grade short horn bulls; 20 shoats; 3 sows and pigs; 1 good Jersey milk cow; 250 bales clover hay. Terms made known on day of sale. Am Bourne, Auct. Raint Uick:, Ky. PDBLIC OF ml CATTLE MULES, BROOD MARES, JEN- NETS AND THURSDAY, NOV. 9th, 1911 AT 9:30 a. m. My son, Henry Baughman, having decided to go to Atlanta, Ga., with J. H. Baughman in the wholesale mule business, I have decided to sell the following surplus stock without reserve or by-b-id at my home farm 2 miles North West of Hustonville and 2 miles South West of Moreland in Lincoln county, Kentucky. 35 mule colts, more than half mares; 60. Sugar Yearling Mules, more than half mares; 30, three year old mules; 25 good brood mares, bred to jack and draft horse; 8 good jennets; 4 good jacks, 1 to 8 ears old; 10 well bred 2 and 3 year old colts; 15 well bred Jersey cows and heifers; 50 good feeding cattle, weight 750 to 950; 50 plain feeding cattle, 800 to 950 lbs; 5 good aged mules; 25 plain yearling cattle. TERMS All sums of $25. and under cash; over that amount, a credit of six months with 6 per cent, interest from date of sale; purchaser giving a bankable aote. FREE DINNER FOR ALL. J.K. BAUGHMAN C I. M. Dunn, Auct. HUSTONVILLE, KY. I will sell at public auction on the babic3. Chicago News. public square at Lancaster, Ky. on Saturday, Oct. 28th. 1911, at 11 A. M. PAINT LICK. One Geiser Threshing Machine and Mill. The Mill is now at work on Saw the farm of R. K. Swope near Bryants-villMrs. Joe McCormack and children The seperator is at my place have been visiting in Lancaster. near Marksbury. Any one desiring to Mesdames E. L. Woods and H. J. buy can see same at the above places, Patrick were in Lancaster Friday. and bid on them on the above date. Miss Nannie Campbell has been the Also some cooking utensils that go guest of Mrs. Henry Riddleberger. with the machinery. Terms Mr. B. M. Lear attended the confed-rat- e cash, balance 6.12 and 18 months with union at Lexington last week. interest at 6 per cent. Mesdames G. W. Kemper and Geo. M. G. Aldridge The land is located 5i miles from Am Bourne, Auct. Marksbury, Ky, Treadway went to Berea last Saturday. Batesvilie, li miles from Hamburg. Miss Mollie McWhorter of Normal This farm is a money maker and will School Richmond spent Sunday with make a good tobacco or stock farm. DISSOLUTION STOCK her parents. Our price is $25.09 Per acre- - Farm can Messrs Grant Metcalf and Josh Gor-da- n be divided and will sell in two farms if SALE. who have both been very ill of tywanted. phoid fever are improving. In order to dissolve the partnership Terms are J cash, balance will take mortgage with 6 per cent interest and existing between E. P. Woods & Son There will be a Halloween supper at Rices Hall next Thursday night given give purchaser twenty years to pay it we will sell publicly on by the ladies of the W. C. T. U. timin. We bought this farm for the WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1911. Dr. and Mrs. N. Mays have had for ber. We can give possession any time. At the residence of E. P. Woods, 2 their visitors Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe N. you are interested, call on us or write If miles from Stanford on the Shelby City Bachelor of St, Joe Mo, W. O. Mays co., pike 10 miles from Danville, all the and wife of Richmond their son Robert Indiana. stock owned by us. In offering this of Lexington and Mrs. Mays brother stock we know full well that We are Hon. W. O. Bradey of Louisville. -- urn presenting a lot of as good brood mares as can be found in Kentucky; bred to Is The World Growing Belter. the mighty jacks, Clifton and Russell and believed to be safe in foal. The Many things go to prove that it is. mules we offer are all first class and in The wry thousands are trying to help good condition. The stock owned by others is proof. Among them is Mrs. E. P. Woods individually will not be W. W. Gould, of Pittsfield, N. H. sold. This sale is absolute and without Finding good health by taking Electric reserve or The stock we will Bitters, she now advises other sufferHaving decided to go West, we will offer is as follows: ers, everywhere, to take them. "For offer for sale to the highest and best Two extra good 2 year old mare mules years I suffeied with stomach and kidbidder on 30 sugar yearling mules, will be sold ney trouble," she writes. "Every THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 1911, single and in pairs, 6 extra sugar mule medicine I used failed till I took Elec AT 10 A. M. colts as good as grow, 7 good cotton tric Bitters. But this great remedy the following property, consisting of mule colts, 30 extra good brood mares helped me wonderfully. " They'll help 375 acres of fine Bluegrass land, situat- safe in foal to jack, 1 filly colt by Don any woman. They're the best tonic ed in the famious Camp Dick Robinson Varrick, 1 filly colt, draft bred, 1 horse and finest liver and kidney remedy section of Garrard county, Ky., 6 miles colt by Don Varrick, 2 horse colts. 1 of that's made. Try them. You'll see, 50c from Danville, 8 miles from Lancaster, them draft bred, 1 extra yearling stud at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1 mile off Lexington turnpike on good colt by Dignity Dare, subject to regiscounty road, 10 room dwelling, 3 porches ter. 14 year old Dignity mare, gentle BUENA VISTA 2 good cisterns at door, dwelling illumi- to drive, 12 year old gelding by Grant nated with acetylene gas, all necessary Monical, 12 year old gelding by Gen. Mr. Frank spent last week with outbuildings, 2 large tobacco barns, 1 Brightheart, 13 year old gelding by 1 large silo, 200 young King Eagle, 18 year old driving horse, relatives in Mason County. good stock barn, fruit trees just beginning to bear, farm 14 year old work horse, 15 year old Miss Bessie Singleton of Bryants-vill- e was the guest of Miss Alice Scott. is well watered and in good state of work horse, 20 good shoats, 10 good cultivation. Farm will be sold in two steer calves, 25 good long yearling Miss Elizabeth Christopher of Lextracts and as a whole, then taking the cattle, 1 good jennet and colt. The ington spent last week with relatives best bid. Terms on Farm, One half celebrated mule jack, Russell, 16 hands here. down, balance in 1, 2 and 3 years at 6 high and as good a breeder as can be Mr. J. E. Scott and daughter Ber-nyfound anywhere in Kentucky. per cent, per annum. visited relatives in Lexington TERMS-Libe- ral and will be made this week. CATTLE 40 head of fat cattle, will weigh 1,300 known on day of sale. Dinner served Mr. Smyth Duncan and wife of pounds. 4 head milk cows and 3 calves on the ground by J. C. Lynn. Louisville were visiting the family of E: P. & J. H. Woods. 7 brood sows and 1 boar. W. Askins last week. I. M. Dunn, Auct, Stanford Ky., J. MULES AND HORSES. Mesdames Ed Aldridge of Maysville 1 pair Mare Mules I5J hand's, 8 years and Will Broadus of Lincoln who have old. 1 pair Mare Mules 15J hands, 3 Her Position. years old. 1 pair Mare Mules 15J hands "You know," said Mr. Meekton, "if been the guests of Mrs. Poor have re 2 years old. 1 Mare Mule 152 hands, 5 you secure the franchise you'll have turned to their respective homes. Victor Ruble was the purchaser of J. years old. 1 Horse Mule 15J hands, 2 to go to the polls and vote." "Humph!" replied the wife; "I'd like J. Poor's farm at the sale last Tues years old. 5 yearling Mare Mules, good to see anybody make me vote if I day. Price $77.50 possession ones. eiven feel like it" within thirty days. The community Three suckling Mare Mule Colts, 3 don't deeply regrets the departure of Mrs. good Brood Mares in foal to jack, 5 to Poor and nephew Virgil Wild3 who will 10 yrs, 1 old Harness mare, a TYPEWRITER USERS, NOTICE. ga near Stanford to reside. dandy, 1 Gelding, 1 old We have a good Oliver for sale for gelding, good driver, 1 old Family mare, 500 Bales of good Timothy $9 99; a No. 2 Smith Premier, slight-ly.usDoctor Praises D. D. D. 1 for $30; No. 6 Remington in Hay. Although an M. D., I acknowledge Farming Machinery of every descrip- perfect condition for $30; No. 5 Oliver, to my patients and patrons tha.t your tion, including power Fairbanks three months old, with back spacer, remedy, D. D. D., reached cases of EcMorse Gasoline Engine, lso Ensilage only $45 and other machines in proporzema and permanently cures them. Cutter and Crusher. Household and tion. Write us and we will have our Dr. Ira T. Gabbert, Caldwell, Kan. Kitchen Furniture and other articles representative show these machines to "My cure began from the first aptoo numerous to mention. Terms made you the first time he visits Lancas-te- r; plication of D. D. D. My skin is now as we are district managers for the known on day of sale. Dinner on smooth as a baby's. I wouldn't take Royal Standard Visible (the most j)er-fegrounds. a thousand dollars for what D. D. D. typewriter ever constructed) and Farm will be sold promptly at 10 has done for me," writes August Sano'clock the machines named above with many to, of Chillicothe, Ohio. SALLIE F. PENSE & SONS. others were taken on exchange deals These are just samples of letters we Marksbury, Ky. for new Royals and will be sold at rock are receiving every day from grateful I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. bottom prices. We are prepared to patients all over the county. furnish parts for all makes of ma"Worth its weight in gold," "All my chines; platens and ribbon3 and can pimples washed away by D. D. D.," save you much expense as we call and 4I found instant relief," "D. D. D. get all machines that need attention, is little short of miraculous." These saving boxing and expressage. For are the words of others in describing anything in the typewriter line, . write the great skin remedy, D. D. D. us. New Royals, rented at $3.00 per Proven by thousands of cures, for month, and rental appHed on purchase ten years to be absolutely harmless price later on. and reliable in every case of akin trouCOLUMBIA PRINTING COMPANY, ble, no matter what it Is, W. O. Mclntyre, Manager- - - OfficeGet a trial bottle Instant reEquipment Department, lief only 25cts at R, E. McRoberts & Son. Danville, Kentucky. 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. 220 one-fourth Farm For Sale. Public Auction. Let Them Fresh air Is the best "dope" for the Bad Back Is Always Worse In The Morning Lancaster People Are Find ing Relief. the hillenbrand ;batesville, Public Sale! of - A back 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 better, work better, rest better and sleep better. The following statement proves the merit of Doan's. L. W. Cox, 302 Bowyer St., Lexington, Ky., says: "My occupation required much heavy lifting and I believe that this was the cause of my trouble. I first noticed a dull pain in my back which became so acute that I could not rest. When I arose in the morning. I was lame and stiff and felt 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 passage. 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 few boxes I wa3 Land, Stock and Crops cured." by-bi- d. 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 URYANTSVILLE Miss Margaret Jenkins has returned home from a visit to relatives in Georgetown. Mrs. Margaret Parr of Lebanon Indiania is the guest of her sister Mrs. 1-- m ce Fanny Bryant. Mrs. T. E. Adams was in Lexington last week and attended the unveiling of Morgan's statue. Messrs J. C. Williams and J. Hogan Bsllard attended the Bankers convention in Lexington Wednesday. Mr. Taylor Noe bought of Mrs. Nannie Mullins the residence now occupied by Mr. Robert Halcomb for $400. Miss Pattie Belle Burke of Hamilton College Lexington spent a few days last week with her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Burke. Mrs. U. T. Woolfolk and daughters Misses Anna Lee and Marguirite Wool- folk of Lexington were the guests Saturday of Mrs. Eliza H. Ballard. Rey. J. W. Simpson the new pastor of the Methodist church will conduct the services next Sunday evening. It being the fifth Sunday night it is hoped that I quite a large crowd will be present. Away .Gees Piaples, Blackheads, Eaeaa, ed ttaadrig Aad Other Skia ASectiess. WHEN ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP ARE USED. 4 The. McRoberts Drug Store says, "We are so confident that ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP used together will rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown person of PIMPLES, BLACKHEAD, EC ZEMA, DANDRUFF, INSECT BITES or any form of itching, irritated, dis figuring skin or scalp trouble, that we do not hesitate to recommend these clean refined remedies to every person who desires quick relief and a cure from any form of aggravated skin or scalp affection. Of tentimes one bottle and one cake of soap will cure a minor case of skin trouble. ZEMO and ZEMQ SOAP produce ct Subscribe for Record - to-da- y! 10-27-- 4t sure and swift results. You will not suffer another day after you commence to use them. You will feel like a new person ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be obtained from one leading druggest in every city or town in America and in Lanraster. By McRoberts Drug Store. ..-- - v SA W1 t - 4 .. - "j 'Jl1 ty - y .'V .,! ' ? s - JA BEAZLEY BOND ISSUES FOR BETTER ROADS ! 1 Funeral Director and Embalrr.er Office Phone 31. 8 Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. Coal On Cars : If .My you want COAL, see me. Prices are right. Phone 36. A H. dpi iPSBr C- - Bailey g AT DEPOT. IT IS NOT MAGIC THAT PRODUCES Glen Lily Flour, It is just a combination of Good Wheat and Scientific Milling. We buy only the BEST WHEAT to begin with and put it through a process of Milling that insures a uniform product at all times. If you have not tried aT.VX g b S I "" Garrard T.TT.V TTT.OTTR rln an tnrlav. It K Milling IBS Lancaster, Kentucky. llflJiiHilllPJrlMJ MPMiJlMli:rlMMlfrlflj: life " The practice of Issuing bonds by counties and states to provide at onco large fimds for use in the building of permanent roads is coming more and more into favor among those who have made any serious study of effective methods of highway improvement. There are many sections in which the details of the bonding plan is not understood and where its advantages over the slipshod, piecemeal, hand to mouth methods at present in vogue are not rightly appreciated. To make the chief points of the new plan clear we give herewith some details of the issue of bonds which have just been voted on in Jackson county.- in southern Oregon, roughly the territory comprised by "the celebrated Rogue river valley. For a generation past the usual slovenly and wasteful methods of carrying on road wfcrk have been followed. This expenditure has increased until in 1910 it wasyS9G0,742. on an assessed property valuation of 0.000,000. Under this system at the present rate of building but three miles of permanent macadamized roads could be built annually, the bulk of the money raised each year being used in the continual repair of dirt roads, which during the rainy season from November to March are beyond the power of words to describe. The plan just voted on authorizes the issuance at once of $1,500,000 in bonds, all of which is available immediately in the building of permanent good roads. On the basis of macadamized roads already completed this means that, instead of sixty miles of macadamized roads at 'the end of twenty years. vthe county will have between 300 and 350 miles, and that just as soon :s men and teams can build them. So much as to the mileage of good roads available under the old and the new plans. These good roads bonds run for twenty years and bear 4 per cent interest, payable semiannually. To pay these bonds when due it 'will be only necessary to raise $100,000 annually for twenty years. This will constitute a sinking fund, and out of it the interest on the bonds will be met annually. The balance loaned out on C per cent farm mortgages and interest compounded will amount at the time when the bonds are due to the million and a half required to pay the face of the bonds. A slight additional levy will bo ruadp to cover cost of upkeep of the present, but this will bo but n fraction of the amount spent each year in the futile effort to keep dirt roads in repair. The bond method gives permanent roads, gives all tha are needed and the great advantage of the use of them at once, while it is fair to assume that the rise in the value of property adjacent to such highways would represent a value far exceeding the total issue of bonds required to build them. Many sections have the '"good roads" problem oi their hands more than others, br where any serious thought is given to the building of permanent roads the bond issue method is far and away the most sensible and economical plan possible. It has already beerTadopted by New York and Texas as a settled road policy, the counties and townships with the state in the good road work. -- HI'HtfHlHI lit 11 If I Vindicated The Sea Gave Up a. Secret That Made Several Persons Happy $ t By E. K1NGLAND WILLIAMS Copyright by American Press 1911. As6-clatio- n, ; "There's a stain on our family name. Ask me no more." I leavned nothing further from HenI did afterward rietta Chamberlin. learn the secret and in the strangest ot all ways. But not then. Several years passed when it was given to me by what? the boundless ocean. I could not move her. and beyond being allowed to call myself her friend I was permitted to come no nearer to her. I learned that the family were very proud and sensitive and that whenever they met any one to reveal their identity they left the place where bodies flats. pisses Up-To-D- Childrens Hats. We have the Newest,Nicest and Most at - Flour, Coal, Salt, Shingles We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection Flour, Raymond City Coal, all coal, no clinkers Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. 1 STUDEBAKER WAGONS. GLASS and SAUNDERS CAMP NELSON, KY. We want 50 tons of Timothy Hay. We are prepared to clean Seed Wheat at 5c per bushel. Clean it the same day you bring it. SOME POSSIBILITIES OF ALFALFA. The other day the writer ran across the report of the returns which a farmer living in Fremont, the southwest county of Iowa, had realized this season from a fourteen and a half acre patch of alfalfa. The conditions to be found in the county referred to are such as prevail in Missouri and in eastern Kansas and Nebraska, which we mention to show that soil and climatic conditions were not unique or exceptional. The man in question, a Mr. Thiessen. got two cuttings of a ton and a half each per acre. The third growth of the legume he allowed to go to seed and from this secured a yield of six bushels per acre. Figuring his alfalfa hay worth 10 per s ton and of a ton of althree-quarter- falfa straw worth 7 and the alfalfa seed worth $11 per bushel, the present price, the gross return from this land is seen to be $103 per acre, or $1.493.o0. There Is little question that these figures can bo beaten by scores of farmers living, farther west and south, yet they are quoted to show the possibilities of tjiis wonderful legume when it is given a fair tryout. It would be an Interesting question to decide the value of land that will give a gross return of $103 per acre. In view of such returns it is no wonder land prices are mounting up toward the $250 mark. M BSO l3ttHr I Roof .put op over twenty year ago are as good as cwtfoday. fjr.furtKwtfwled formation apply to Pale Faces weak, and Shaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness? need the help of a gentle" tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. Ifyouare weak-yoneed Cardui, the woman's tonic, betause Cardui will aGt directly on the cause of your 'rouble. Cardui has a record "of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Pale-face- Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, d, TAXES Your Taxes for the year J 9 are now past due and the State riand County needs money. Please call at once and settle 1 1 1 u CARDU! Tb Woman's Tonic 50 weak I could hardly go. suffered, nearly every month, for 3 years.' When I began to take Cardui, my back hurt awtuiiy. i only weighed 99 pounds. Not long after, x weighed 115. Now, I 00 mi my work, and am iri eood health " Rpoin taking Cardui, today. T mm, was Mrs. Effie .Graham, of RrV says: "I same. iosge T. Ballaxd', S i ., . Sheriff of Garrard Co; X B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vict and father of life and made a .husband ORGANIZED 1SS3. Whoever finds thl3 take up floor X. K. a bachelor. At any rate, I don't care one mile west of D.. corner to hear people sneer at improbabilities Conn. of sawmill or at persons who vouch for them. "It's one of these children's mesI was thirty years old and a confirm- suages," I said to the man. "to fool perOF LANCASTER, KY. ed bachelor. In fact. I considered my- sons." Then I handed it back to him. During the next autumn Shedd came self especially fitted for single life. CAPITAL 550,000. . SURPLUS $3 Whether or no I was fitted to be mar- into my'office. lie said that he couldn't W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ried never occurred to me. Doubtless get it out of his head that the message he had picked up at sea was a If 1 had thought of that side of the W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-would like to go proposition I should have considered bona fide one. He to D. and look into the matter, but he that if I had chosen to marry I would had no money for the purpose. 1 tried e Business Solicited. Prompt Attent make a model husband. But no to persuade him to dismiss the subWhy should a man give ject from his mind, but when I was for me! up his freedom to suffer the annoy- satisfied that he wouldn't do so till he ' J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex had proved the truth of my position 'i ances of matrimony? Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. But it doesn't make any difference I advanced him the price of a ticket j MW33buWX37IZiJEXrmh ttZ9 what a man's opinion is of matrimony. to D. with something to spare. bring If he happens to be struck by matri to"Whatever I find." he said. "I'll you." monial lightning he succumbs l'ke any "You'll not find anything to bring. one else. It was at the seashore that But don't worry about repaying the the bolt fell upon me, and I forgot all amount I have advanced. It's not a abeut my prenuptial prejudices. In- j loan; it's a gift." deed. I began to worry and fret and He made no reply to this, but left OF LANCASTER. fume for fear that matrimony would me. and that's the last 1 thought of be denied me, for there was just one the matter for a week, when he paid Capita! woman in the world I wished to mar- me another visit. I saw in a moment by his expression that he had found ry, and if I didn't get her life would A. R. PENNY, President. something. no more be worth living. you "Well." I said jocularly, "did J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. I was standing on the beach one bright morning where the blue waves get a big diamond?" S. C. DENNY. Cashij We were alone, and he closed the were rolling in merrily looking at the door before replying. Then he said: R. T. Embrv, J. F. Robinsso:,', Ass't Cashier. bathers. A lady, young, rather-prett"No, but 1 got a hundred $1,000 and whose superb figure was shown to bonds." advantage by a becoming bathing suit, Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. I wondered If the man had gone walked leisurely down to the water's daft edge and stood looking out upon the WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. "I consider the find yours, sir." he scene before her. Each wave that continued, "so I didn't disturb anycame up sent a line of white froth to thing Samual D. Cochran, Alex'R. Denny, A. C. Robinson. J. I found, putting back the floorclasp her ankles. A breeze played with ing. Nobody knew about my being Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director, her skirt. Then she walked out to a there." jj w : 'S)j.t.u.H.Mri.i greater depth, dived under an incom"Do you mean to tell me you found ing wave and appeared beyond it a lot of bonds placed where that paper swimming like a dolphin. aiBErrs.w .iyrmixz;wM Mnwrt- ,g.fyi?:HP-s;.- ' you picked up indicated?" I watched for the lady when she "I i?." came out of the ocean and saw her go "What else?" I asked after drawing Advice and Infor into a little cottage built up against several long breaths. the dunes. The door closed behind "This." mation her, but her Image had been left with ne handed me a paper, on which me. I saw her again the same even- was scrawled in lead pencil: are cheerfully givep a ing supporting an old lady, doubtless JP Cashier didn't do this. The man as did our institution, and new her mother, on the board walk. This is where he can't be readied. time I had a good view of her face, comers are assured ol Notwithstanding that this paper had and a melancholy resting upon it only a genuine look, some time was rethe same courtesy as added to my suddenly awakened inter- quired for Shedd to convince me that we are extending to our est. Possibly any other expression it would be worth while to go with old patrons. Your mon would have served the same purpose, Mm and have a look at his find. for when a man's imagination has "You see. sir," he said, "thp bonds ey will be well looked been kindled by the spark of love any must have been stolen property, and after and your banking v, trait the fair one possesses is either I'm afraid to touch 'em for fear f business made pleasant thrilling or delightful and usually both. getting myself Into trouble." "Very well." I said at last. "I'll go I secured an introduction to Miss when intniMed to the obliging service of this institution. Henrietta Chamberlin and was gra- with you. and if you've found some ciously accorded permission to call at missing securities and there is a rethe cottage, where she lived with her ward offered for their recovery I'll sec & mother and a younger brother. Every that you get .it." We reached D. in the afternooa, and. member of the family seemed to be Shedd having provided himself with under a melancholy induced by some misfortune. The natural disposition tools and a lantern, after supper we common to them all I Judged to be walked out to a deserted sawmill. It genial and happy. But if at any time was some distance from the road and any or all became exhilarated some stood alone. Going to a corner of the closet skeleton would thrust itself In mill, Shedd removed some rubbish and took up a plank of flooring. Between upon their merriment and hush it. Thinking to learn something about two JQists lay a bundle, the wrapper newspaper. Shedd handed it them, I questioned persons with whom being a to me, and. unrolling it. there sure they were acquainted. But no one enough were a hundred $1,000 bonds knew them any better than I. When of a railway company. I saw at a the Chamberlins were asked where glance that they were not negotiable they hailed from they gave evasive an- by the thieves. The date on the newsswers, stating usually that at present paper indicated that it had been printthey were unsettled. Of all the per- ed nine years before. Shedd had takPhone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, K sons with whom they became Intimate en the only thing besides the bonds during their sojourn at the seashore the scrap of paper that had been left not one could give any account of in the place of concealment. them. Having replaced the flooring, we reFor a time this mysteryvput a damp- turned by an early train the next morner on my enthusiasm with regard to ing, and, going to police headquarters. Miss Chamberlin. But it was taking I reported the find. one step forward to two backward. I I was informed that nine years bewas becoming rapidly enthralled .and fore a certain bank had missed the soon got beyond any question of expe- bonds, and the cashier whose accounts diency. Then, too. the seashore is a were short had been convicted of mak .dangerous place for those who wish to ing way with them. And here came keep out of love's whirlpool. Though the surprise of my life and an explanathe waters look cool and. tempting, tion of a mystery that had kept me there are sea pussies that are liable to from the woman I loved. whirl one beyond one's depth. on The name of the cashier was Vincent in Hiss Chamberlin and I were stand- Chamberlin. ing ope moonlight night just above the in There had been just enough shortage highest line of foam when one of these in his accounts and circumstantial evi pussies came ,up and carried up into a dence against him to convict him of boundless ocean of .torture or was it having taken the bonds, doubtless for Koa vwater fay that did the damage? At the purpose of speculation. Their find aU eyents while we were looking at lug. with the note accompanying them, the moon's shimmer on the water, was a vindication for the cashier, and changing with the Ught clouds that he was released from prison. floated lazily .over her face, something The .happiest day In my life was io.ok away all my caption, and I pour- when, having gone to my Henrietta ed forth an unpremeditated story of with her brother's vindication In my Jove hands. J saw the look of mingled wonfnstead of exciting pleasure I saw der and delight in her eyes as she read lander the m.oonlight shinipg full in 'the words that were to take away the her face the melancholy she usually great stain and make him a free man wore intensified. She stood for awhile looking at noth"I have been weak." she said. "No ing, as f wrapped Jn a .happy dream. 1 woman can fail to see love before It is refrained frpm mterrupting this joyous expressed. I should have repelled lii'itsa of rolipf as long as cpuld conyou." tain myspjf. then foqk her in tny arms. "Why?" I asked, overwhelmed by a I said nothing, nor did she. iipr head grievous disappointment fell uponnjy shoulder. anj.thls was the "It's a secret." only sign l nsucq lor to Know that my "Tell me." season 'of disappointment bad ended. Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. 357 H G. A. Ballard Residence Crab Orchard St. 397.Mis3 Fannie Bishop It's Equal Don't Exist. ". Residence Water St. 165 F. G. Hurt Gives Aid To Strikers. 3 M Richmond pike. 339-- J J. Q. Marian No One has ever made a salve, ointResidence 6 M Lexington pike. . J. "W. Mahan Sometimes liver, kidneys and bowels 363-- S ment or balm- - to compare with Buck-len- 's Residence 7 M Flat Woods. 374-- S G. A. Morgan". ' Dressmaking. Arnica Salve. It's the one per- seem to go on a strike and refuse to 186 Misses Moss & Lay Vetinary Surgeon. fect healer of Cuts; Corns, Burns, work right. Then you need those 365 Dr. R. L. Pontius ,...".... Residence Bright's Bend. Dr. 383-pleasant little James Rankin Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers', ....Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. 384-T. C-- Rankin Eczema, Salt Rheum. For Sore Eyes, King's Life Pills t JPYe them natur t Grocery Campbell St. 213 Turner & Carpenter Cold Sores, Chapped Hands or Sprain's al aid and gently compel proper .Residence Crab Orchard. St 381 .Miss Margaret Zanone . , health soon follows. .Try its supreme. Unrivaled for Piles. Try raaie inis in your Kiepuuue uuu&. thenw 25c at R. E. JdcRoberts & Son. it. Only 25c at R. E. McR'oberts & ' f-" : Son: lm..-- The Bastin Telephone Company, Inc.; Lancaster, Kyi T . Up to a certain date I had always been skeptical of remarkable happen ings. I was converted by an occurrence which if told me by my most trusted friend I would not have believed. And my conversion was the more complete since the marvelous episode turned the current of my whole they were immediately. Miss Chamberlin and I parted as friends, but we were really lovers. One summer I was yachting off the New Jersey coast when Joe Shedd, one of the crew, came to me with a bottle he had taken out of the water. "I don't want it." I said. "This coast Is covered with bottles that young people have thrown out with fake accounts of shipwreck in them." The man went away, but presently returned with a paper, which he said might mean something real. It read: Millinery Store in this section of the state. Th latest styles selected by a Milliner of many year, experience. Anything you desire in this lint will be found here. Give us a trial and you wil be satisfied. Prices in reach of every one. SAUNDERS. 223 Main Street. Danville, K b Citizens National B;J K mar-riag- THE NATIONAL BANI $50,000. Surplus 25,00 1 i Book-Kee- pt 1 c-a- - -- The Garrard Bank Trust Company., We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE! Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER PHOTOS our Studio the north side of Public Square Lancaster, every SATURDAY. Give us a call for Photos, dak Finishing and Framing. We are The 6assidy Studio. Telephones Installed Since May 1st, 1911. ". strike-breake- rs U A action-Excelle- nt i . Sr ''. i... i i: -- ztr: '&. m nin l T tm - mmtmtammm XSS3&&i3maaia I I o-- If You Want H To Be Sure You Are Correct DK1 PoorkWkiMrh hero Cyc acars- ;nnv onoiQl then you'll know you have the best good at the least possible cost. rl $rv 4-l- -t. Coll onrl Win PlrM'-- h fail r ccyyC - 'MENTOR A Remarkable showing of Smart and Snappy styles in New Fall Shoes for Ladies' and Children. Knit Goods. Do not overlook our extensive line of Underwear, Hosiery and all kinds of i I I I Ask us, too, about our sure to get a premium plan with no chances to run, whatever. Do Not Delay. UNIONS i 5 The Joseph Mercantile Cn KJJ 1 DoIt Now. Who isDave Dave is the only man that handles RED STA r V COAL IN LANCASTER. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg uoasrj Go. i rijgjgfgJifgJiig.rifftUBafBi rifMMiffiMWiififS. go m i to the Creamery - FOR - COAL "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige Cannel." Each the best in its Qlass, Miss Allie Yantis has been the recent guest of friends in Hustonville vited, A Brief Mention of the Coinings and Program ' Burnside is in Danville Mr. Tercy Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. Song service, and Invocation working on the Danville Messenger. Elder F. M. Tinder Mrs. Cleveland Rose of Richmond 9:15-9:30 'Welcome" MissJennie Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Pursley will leave has been visiting Mrs. W. L. Lawson. Higgins Superintendent of Schools. shortly to reside in Paducah. Rev. C. C. Brown was in Harrods- - 9:30-- 10 "Spelling Match" School Miss Lillian Cobb of Richmond is the burg this week for a meeting of Preschildren in Divison No. 4. A bytery. guest of Miss Norma Elmore, prize awarded to the best speller "Night Schools" Miss Mrs. T. B. Walker and son Tommie Mrs. J. B. Woods is in Danville vis- Margaret O'Hearn are in Nicholasville visiting Mrs. Williting her aunts the Misses Noel. 10:15-10- :30 iam Steel. "Domestic Science" Miss Stella Hendren Miss Minnie Gulley has been in RichHon. W. J. Price of Danville was a 10:30-10- :45 mond for a short visit to relatives. "Value of Politeness" visitor of Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Fris-bi- e Miss Bessie Singleton. Monday. Miss Hayden of Jessamine is the 10:45-11- :30 "Some Problems in Mat Cohen came over from Lexingguest of Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbs. Kentucky" Prof. J. A. Sharon ton Monday and was mingling with the of Eastern Kentucky State Normal Mrs. M. M. Miller of Lexington is court day crowd. 11;30-12- :15 "Discipline" Prof. J. visiting her sister Miss Amanda Miss Marguerite Kinnaird left last L. Riley, Principal of Lancaster Saturday for a visit to Mrs. Mary Graded School. Mesdames E. L. Owsley and Dave Philips of Lebanon. 12:45- -1 "Roll Call" Ross were visitors in Lexington FrU "The Relation of Illiteracy Mesdames Jesse Wearen and Plum-me- r day. to Crime" Miss Georgie Dunn were visitors Kincaid of Stanford 1;30-2- :15 "Illiteracy and Citizenirs, W. S. Carrier has been in in Lancaster Monday. gryantsville visiting Mrs. Hagar ship" Dr. E. H. Pierce Elder Claries Powell of Danville will 2:15- -3 "Things Which The Teachpreach at Pleasant Grove Christian er's Certificate Does Not Show" m Mrs. Annie Stagner of Richmond Church) October 29th. Dr. Wm. Goodell Frost Presihas been a recent visitor of Mrs. Jack dent of Berea College. Mr. 0. T. Wallace of The United Adams. Prof. J. C. T. Noe State Realty & Auction Co. of Lexington Misses Edna and Naomi Ballew of University, Lexington, Ky. was in town Monday. Richmond are visiting the Misses 3;45 4:15 "Declamatory Contest" Misses Anna and Margaret Wool-fol- k Francis. School children in Division No 1 of Lexington are guests of Mr. A prize awarded to the best Miss Nora Philips of Huntsville Ohio and M.rs. J. B. Bourne. speaker. is a guest of Misses Mayme and Ethel Mrs. A. F. Sanders was in Madisno 12:45 A roll will be called to which Walters. each teacher will answer and . the past week visiting her mother Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford is visMrs. Josephine Taylor. tell the number of children he iting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Willhas enrolled and the number in Miss Nell Jones, a trained nurse of iam Hughes. attendence that the County and Flemingsburg, is the guest of Miss Mrs. James Witt has been in JessaFlorence Darnell at the hospital. mine visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. ( Mrs. Margaret Pearson Jof Harrods-bur- g Ambrose Cobb. was here Wednesday for a visit Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury was in to her niece Mrs. Mattie Duncan. Danville last week visiting her daughMr. and Mrs. Oatley Burk and little ter Mrs. Louis Landram.. son Lucian of Silver Creek have been Mrs. J. B. Paxton of Stanford was recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. called here last week by the illness of Sanders. m her father Mr. A. C. Pobjnson. . Mrs. Faulconer and sons M Miss Dove Harris of Danville was ForemanJoseph Charles Williams of and with Lancaster friends the past week Middlesboro are guests at the Simpwedand. attended the Mason-Loga- n son house. -- Gossip About n People n Mrs. Elizabeth Denny left Wednesday for a visit in Hustonville. Mrs. E. M. Denny is visiting relatives in Hustonville this week. Garrard Comity Teachers Association. The Garrard County Teachers association will be held at Hyattsville October, 28, 1911 beginning at 9 a. m. Dinner on the ground, every bddy in- State Superintendents may know the conditions of all Garrard rural schools. W. A. Wheeler, President. Adapted. I YOUUFIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, D "Ah," said the persistent householder as he crept up on the happy and unsuspicious fly buzzing at the winBargain 12 H. P. Foos gasoline dow, "this is the pace that kills!" gine; replaced by Electric Motor. P. O. Box 353, Danville, Ky. For Sale. For Sale Hill onions sets, hill onions and white clover honey. Walton E. Moss. Phone 354F en- Lost: between Mrs. Lige Harris and my home on Saturday afternoon a small purse containing $4.45. Mrs. W. L. Lawson. 10-27--2t 10-1- 0:15 Having purchased a farm have decided to sell privetely my property at Buckeye consisting of one 2 story seven room dwelling 4 acres of land, one good tobacco and stock barn, well, cistern, store house and all necessary out buildings. One of best stands for store in Garrard Co. if not sold by Dec, 1st, will rent. Also 70 acres of good hemp or to- For Sale 8J acres of land located on Scott's Fork. If not sold before November 27, will be sold at the court house door in Lancaster at that time. Miss Ivy Pendleton. It Pd. 1-- 1:30 For Sale bacco land 2J miles below Buckeye on pike. Will sell in seperate tracts or as 38J acres of land, well improved on a whole, well watered and fenced, near pike, two miles from Lancaster, well Gunns Chapel. watered. Price right, call on James P. Richard Burton Bourne, Lancaster, Ky. 10-27-- 5t Bur-cjett- e, Public Sale. 200 Acres Of Land. Seed Wheat For Sale. 100 bushels of no 1 seed wheat for sale also 200 bushels of onions. B. F. Robinson. Phone 363 B. -tf 3-- 3:45 I will sell 200 acres of land, one mile For Sale. from Harrodsburg, Ky., on the Bellows Mill Turnpike, on Baled wheat straw, Rye straw, Pure THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, 1911, clover mixed. Straight timothy, Deat 10 A. M. to the highest and best livered in quantities of one ton or more bidder. This land will be sold in differ- Phone D. B. Pelphrey 347A. or write ent tracts, then as a whole and the Z. T. Rice Richmond, Cy. best sale accepted. Sale will postively Waste of Time. take place rain or shine. Most men have wasted some tlms R. E. GODDARD, Harrodsburg, Ky. on planning what they would do IX they bad a million dollars. T. D English, Auctioneer. 20-10-- MAJESTIC WEEK. I m October 30th to November 4th. $7.50 worth of Ware given Free with each Range sold. ding. H. V. BASTIN. MtflrfSJl'.iaMiiirgMi WO MfJlMHfliflMMrril Kidney Troubles CAN BE AVOIDED. Kidney waakness is the forerunner of two dangerous diseasesRheumatism and Bright's Disease. This weakness, slight at first is usually thonght insignificant and therefore neglected. To ayold serious complications, treatment should staat with the first hint of trouble. NyaFs Stone Roqt Compound If taken in time will insure perfect freedom from kjdney disorders It means gtrong, eealthy kidneys, regular x their action and the bipod free frprrj injurious waste matter. 50c & $1. the bottle. Ro. K oMcRoberts &$ C& Son. 1 Bryantsville have been recent visitors daughters. of Mrs. John Ballard. Miss Frankye Kauffman returned toMiss Besaie Brown of Madison Fe- day (Friday) from a visit of several male Institute was at home for a stay weeks to her aunt Mrs. Alice Lusk of of several days with her parents Mr. Hustonville. and Mrs. R. S. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. John Charles Osborn of Mrs. Frank B. Marksbury was host- Knoxville and Miss Jennie Warren of ess Friday afternoon for the members Stanford were guests of Miss Jennie of the Embroidery Club. Dainty re- Duncan Monday. freshments were served. Miss Georgie Dunn left last Friday Mrs. John M. Logan and son Van for Louisville and Western Kentucky returned Thursday to their home in in the interest of the State Christian New York City after a stay of several Endeavor Union. weeks with Lancaster relatives and Postmaster W. T. West drove up to friends. Berea Monday to hear Senator Bradley Mrs, John E. Storms entertained the speak. He was accompanied by Mr. Card Qlub at her attractive home on John W. Tatem. Richmond Ayenue. The time passed Dr. and Mrs William Burnette and pleasantly as Mrs. Stormes proved a little daughter Cassie May and Misses affable hostess. Addie and Carrie Arnold were guests Mrt and Mrs. Lary D. Jones and at an elaborate dinner at the home of children of Monticello, and Mrs. Belle Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert. Burnside of Lexington ire expected Brown M. Anderson, one of the this week for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. s, most talented clarionetists in the James G. Burnside. and who has been a member of Rev. and Mrs. H. N. Faulconer and. Saxton & Trost's band for several little so.n have returned to their home years, leaves for Cincinnati the first of in Philadelphia and Mr. and Mrs. Roy the year to accept a position with Asa Haynes to their home in Hillsboro Weber's famous band. Jessamine Ohio, after a, visit to Mr. and Mrs, W-- . News. Blue-gras- Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of Mrs. Margaret Parr of Lebanon Danville were guests the first of the Indiana and Mrs. Fannia Bryant of week of Mrs. Rebecca West and fe l8oz.Niekel-Plaei- l f?SSgV ', f Nickel PlaUa (j A FULL LINE OF BLUE AND WHITE B. Mason, A$rs. Mrs. W. A, Arnold Enamelware just received, Prices lower then ever Before. GIVE US A CALL. L. G. DAVIDSON 4 V. John M. Mount was sent as a to be present at the double wedding of delegate from the Methodist church Rev. G. R. Combs and Miss Sallie last week to the State Sunday School Rucker, and Mr. John Green and Miss Convention in Louisville, She wiU Margaret Crook which was at the visit friends in LaGrange before re Methodist church in Richmond. Mrs. turning home. Arnold will then go to her new home in London. Dr. Pearce, wife and daughters The following invitation has been Misses Allene and Lillian of Danville Mr. Eugine Pearce wife and little son received by Lancaster relatives Mr. Eugene Pearce the third of Clear and Mrs. John H. Hodge request the Water, Florida motored over from honor ofyour presence at the marriage Danville Saturday and partook of a of their daughter Katherine to Mr. luncheon at the hotel .Kengarlan hav- Gibney Oscar Letcher on Wednesday, ing as their guests at the tempting November the 8th, at. 9 o'clock . at Misses Jeanie Lackey &nd IfiUfcn first Presbyterian Church Henderson, ' Kentucky. Kinnaird of this city, Te-pa- st . left Wednesday PaiexvG'' N overturn. L'C'i 'DrijapiiwyfiPanSs iri sr Jp& , Come in and have Lunch with us during the week ' E. MOUNT, SON & CO -- - I HEfiPK To The Voters W OB 1 5 Qtmmem BY flKb fiT w f im OF THE F.ETRIGC CENTRAL POOT FOGUE RIVER .& 4 PlXsaJ til 7rf I OREGON VALLEY KM"flrV n v t CORRESPOND ENCE SOLICITE 0- CST flV w m-fy , worth while for busy folks, whether in towa or on the farm, to take a day or a part of day off for a picnic in the woods before the colder and disagreeable weather sets in. The enjoyment to be got during such an Peach seeds should be planted as outing would be sufficient reward for LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. soou as tin pulp is removed aod be- the effort, but this is not all- -it will fore the pit has a chance to dry out furnish many a recollection of the Will Practice in all State Courts and They should bo planted in rich, mel- hours thus wholesomely spent. Folks U. S. District Court. low soil and where it is desired the would be better, be happier and live little tree shall stand in the nursery longer If they had more of such out- Office over Police Court. Phone 194 plot. ings. They relieve the vexation and tension of our busy lives and do us Call and see us for a good It will be a consoling thought for much good. may a farmer the coming months to Hair Cut and Clean Shave know that his horses will do just as Mrs. Belmont's widely advertised exwell on nice bright corn fodder as on periment of trying to teach a limited The Only Two White Barbers In Town. hay. Some grain should be fed with number of young women the science of See the tall sfcn.'Xoith side of it, as with hay. depending upon whethWe think there are important matters touching the welfare of the people of the city housekeeping and farming so that later loafing or working. they might be able to develop homePublic Square. er the animals are up before the Council heretofore and will be again. Feeling sure that all that have been steads of their own without the aid of M. Nolwithstandlug the fact that so the masculine gender has not been a and spoken about great success. If the views of One of inurli is written are interested in the proper settlement of these questions, we take this method of making this "back to the land'" movemet. these precious farmerettes can be takour position known to the public. over 43.000.000 of the more than en as Indicative of the reason for the people who live in this country failure of the experiment it seems to reside in towns of 2,500 or over, and bo due to the fact that the girls miss1st. There has been a constant effort for some time past to secure through the Council of the City a long term the proportion of town dwellers seems ed the companionship of young men, right to operate a telephone business over yrur streets and in your city. In all these plans proposed if to be on the increase rather than de- had to do too much dirty work and franchise or Offiice over Logan's store. crease. had no butter, but only gravy, on the this Right had been granted there would have been a considerable raise in the rate over that now being charged. The Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 75. tabic for dinner. A lot of farmers, who have all the interest of the country patrons would not have been protected, as we deemed same should have been. And the peoay from $1,000 to 3.000 of stock problem in addition for Here l fnrm mtwhtnnrv tr, dlsnose of at every is a as we thought they should have been. Those of us upon the present boy between the ages of ten and ples interests were not properly I an auction sale, often make the seri fourteen years; given any individual ous mistake of underadvertlsing tne boy as he is now. "What he is a dozen board opposed the granting of your fianchise to any Telephone Company under the conditions and forms as suggested. affair, forgetting that if a dollar or years hence will be what he Is now All "Work Guaranteed. If elected; we pledge ourselves to the people that we will not favor any Telephone franchise in whieh the rates of two put into an extra 200 or 3U0 bills plus what he puts into his life heart, biings even one live bidder to the sale head and hand In this short interval. Paint Lick, Kentucky. charges are not fixed, in which the rate is increased above the present rate charged, and in which these interests are the additional amount spent for pub- His habits of life will then be well compound in- formed and his ambitions and ideals licity comes back with and protected, to the full extent of our power and ability. not fully terest. Going short on advertising is have a pretty definite bent. Whether he like skimping the seed for fertile soil. Tmrmnfo frt anftlllrnr fit thf PTlfl fit thft to a vote of the people of the City the question of whether Bonds shall be is2nd. The Council has submitted next dozen years Is a man in the best A rather remarkable instance of rap- sense of the word or just a human sued to extend the Water Works to Dicks River. Upon that question you will vote as you see fit. If you vote to exid tree growth has been noted in the scrub is the problem that every boy DENTIST tend the Water Works and select us to serve you as your officers, we pledge ourselves to carry out your' wishes in the case of some soft maple trees to be has on his hands for solution. His Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. found in northern Fremont county, parents and teachers can'lielp some. most practical and economical way to be found. just cast or tho Missouri river, in but in the main it Is up to himr What southern Iowa. From seeds that were will his answer be? 3rd. Those of us upon the present Council have labored diligently to give you the best possible streets in the plnnted in 1S54 trees have grown to an exceptional size. One measures sevenIn a recent Issue of this department most economical way at our command. What success has come to our efforts you can best observe by a drive over teen feet six inches in circumference, there was a paragraph replying fo a our streets and a comparison of the present condition with same as you recall the streets when we assumed the duties another sixteen feet six inches, while reader who thought he had seen a a number measure from ten to sixteen statement in these notes as- - to the of office. We feel confident that you will approve our efforts. We all pledge a continuation of the work upon the feet in circumference. Such growth possibility of. making butter from In characterizing it the Cleaning and Pressing Lacan only be explained on most favora- skimmilk. present plan as nearly as may be at our command. ble soii and climatic conditions. phrase was used. "It Is as impossible as It is to make a whistle out of a pig's dies and ATen's Garments. 4th. We pledge, if elected, to give our best efforts to serving the interest of the people in all matters that may Is seldom mentioned, tail." Within a few days a reader of "While the fact come before us, and to continue to give you a quiet, orderly City by the strict enforcement of your city laws. Phone 340. Public 'Square. the object of the reclamation service the department who lives at Puyallup. is not only to put water on land bar- Wash., states that this phrase no longThis Oct 20, 1911. We respectfully submit to your consideration, and solicite your confidence and support. ren and unproductive through lack of er has force, as a fellow who lives in h. Itf. Faulkner, VIgr. rainfall, but to remove the surplus Michigan has made splendid whistles W. M. Zanone. R. P. Gregory. G. S. Greenleaf. moisture by drainage from soils al- out of pigs' tails. He first carefully H. C. Hamilton. B. F. Walter. Office Hoars Oftice over most equally unproductive. It has removed the bone, then stretched the 3.m to 12. lp.m. to 1. Stormes" Drug Store been estimated by experts in charge skin over a stick and when cured varof the government reclamation service nished it. He later removed the stick, 13- that whereas there are 40.000.000 acres inserted a short plug In its place and of arid land still to be watered there cut a hole in the dry skin just back 0000CO00O00OOOOOOOO0OOOOOOOOO009vO purchases Monday: Of Wm. Brock a Averts Awful Tragedy. DENTIST. are SO.000,000 acres cf swamp and of the plug. Our correspondent says 5 year old saddle horse for $185., of 65. Lancaster, Ky. overflow land which car. be drained this made an excellent whistle. Next! Phone advice given FARMER'S COLUMN John C. Burnside a 6 year old saddle Timely of Marengo, Mrs. C. and made prodnctive by putting the Wis., (R. No. 1) horse for 180., of J. C. Hudgins a 5 reverse principle into operation. Following a pretty droughty season, prevented a dreadful tragedy and saved 4oooooooooooooooqooooooooooo year old harness horses for $16o., of H. a good many who have built houses two lives. Doctors had said her frightJohn Cummins a 6 year old harness Rome idea of the magnitude of the the past summer will want to get a dpftce below this heading Is for tne exclu- mare for $155. , of J. W. Simpson a 5 ful cough was a "consumption" cough irrigation work which has been un- catch of grass this fall on their grounds. sive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for year old harness horse for $150., of and could do little to help her. After County IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, all dertaken by the national government While a good step may be made in this the sale of stock, grain and such things on J. PHONE 5 year old harness many remedies failed, her aunt urged members of the Council being present is gained from recent reports, which direction if conditions are favorable farm as the fanner cannot afford to adver- Oatley Burke a Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. her to take Dr. King's New Discov- and voting affirmatively, on a call of show that from the passage in 1902 by giving the area a top dressing of tise. No notice will be accepted over four horse for $170., of Herbert Wheeler a lines, and will be only in two issues of the harness horse for $100., of Nath Bogie ery. "I have been using it for some the vote, that, at the general election of the law authorizing these Irrigation rich mello earth and seeding with Lancaster, Kentucky. to be held for the State, the county of Record, free of chaise a 5 year old harness horse for $125., of time," she wrote "and the awful cough Garrard and City of Lancaster, on the enterprises up to the present there the prepared lawn grass mixture, the has almost gone. It also saved my first Tuesday after the first Monday in has been expended $70,000,000, while writer has found from his own expeWilson Rogers purchased a pair of John Hoover a 6 year old black a much for $140. and a pair of 5 year old little boy when taken with a severe November 1911, the question be sub- S4S.000.000 will be available for use rience and that of others that seedcotton mules from Wm. Simpson for bronchial trouble." This matchless mitted to the legal voters of the said during the next four years. As soon surer way is to supplement this mules of J. A. Doty for $385. $300. medicine hns no equal for throat and city whether or not, the city shall in- as the tracts on which this money is ing by planting, chunks of blue grass incur an indebtedness of twelve (12000) lung troubles. Price 50c and $1.00. thousand dollars to be used for the ex- to bo expended are put under ditch sod six or eight Inches square at To Loan -- I have 21 coming two year nnd sold the mouey received will be tervals of three or four feet each way. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. tension, betterment, and improvment mules to loan out for the winter. and quickest lawns of TOO MUCH LOVE of the city's water works system the returned to the fund, to be used in One ever the finest McRoberts & Son. Ed Price. saw a small one was estabsimilar manner for the development we said indebtedness to be paid as folW. Morrow, Graduate Optician- Too much love for fun, frolic and lished at once by covering tho entire E.Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. lows the issuance of bonds in sums of other enterprises. W. B. Burton purchased of R. L. rich food causes stomach, liver, kid- area with a good thick sod and waterof one hundred (100) dollars each, each Other Burton 17 cotton mules at an average ney and nervous troubles. However, where tho bond bearing interest at the rate of five Tho writer makes no claim to being ing liberally. remedies help you out uiMNXMb Fruit price of $183. per head. (5) "per cent per annum from date until a crop forecaster and particularly of smaller pieces of sod are used at InSURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures .... paid, payable annually on presentation the long distance kind, but is inclined tervals a sod Is soon obtained, and 1--1 I good milch cows and you. Our discoverer, ten years a For ALE Five of the coupons attached to the bonds to think thnt with all kinds of fruits much sooner than Is possible with the miserable sufferer with the above 14 calves. Thos "W. Conn, Lancaster at the office of treasurer of the sinking seeding alone. seatroubles, and RHEUMATISM for iunu. oaiu Donas snail ne redeemable In such13 prodigal abundance this good Ky. R F D NoL years, was cured in one week. To of QUALITY. likely that a as follows:-On- e fifth 5 thereof four son It more than Some time ago tho writer suggestprove our remedy, while they last, (4) years from their date; one fifth many vines, bushes and trees will take Fob Rent: A good farm on Buckeye regular size bottles only 25c at ,. a paragraph In these 1 ? thereof eight (8) years from the more or less of a layoff uext year. ed through yonng pike about four miles from Lancaster. man in Illinois notes to a date thereof; one fifth thereof For tills reason It would not be a bad Drug Store. Stormes -- Good house and out buildings. twelve (12) years from their date; one Idea for the provident housewife to who was anxious to get n start In an fifth Mrs. Susie Leavell. thereof, sixteen (16) years lay by this season a generous store of agricultural way the wisdom of lookfrom their date, and one fifth L. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and thereof twenty (20) years from their such fruits as are still available. In- ing Into the opportunities available in connection with some of the governMonday county court day witnessed cluding grapes, peaches, pears, etc. it ment's western irrigation enterprises. Garden. Our prices may interest you date. The amounts of money to be one of the largest crowds seen in town VETERINARIAN. raised annually for a sinkine fund and Is not likely that In another decade These tracts cost tho homestead value in many months. There was about the payment of interest on same bonds will fruits of all kiuds be as plentiful Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Former Philippine of the land about ?1.50 per acre plus Islands. Director Animal IndustryStates Army 500 cattle at the pens, a nondescript is the sum of six hunqred and twenty-fiv- e nnd cheap as they have been this United actual cost of the water right, the (625) dollars for the sinking fund, lot, and all sold at prices ranging Office at Logan's Stable. which varies In different enterprises and six hundred (600) dollars H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. the annual interest charge. to pay 3J to 4 cents per pound; about from DANVILLE. KY from $33 to $50 per acre. The great Telephone 32 and 432. As showing howthe big state fairs advantages in buying such government 100 sheep found ready purchasers at The Council deems it necessary to Lexington, Kentucky. incur this said indebtedness for the bear definite fruit along the line of tracts are. first, that when a fellow fair prices. reason that the same cannot be met by better agricultural methods may be buys a water right he gets so much ?ou Sale A 1 high grade Jersey the levy authorized by law. cited the organization of the alfalfa water, not blue sky or hot air, and, secA copy attest: ordftr dnring the Wisconsin state fair. ondly, he is given ten years In which cow. fresh. Will sell cow without R. W. McRoberts, A incclhig was called of all fair visH. T. Logan, calf. Good qualities and easily milked. to make payment, and that without City Clerk. Mayor. itors interested in the growing of al- Interest on deferred payments. Tracts R. E. Henry. The undersigned hereby give warn-ingt- o falfa, siad officers were elected to hold In the Huntley project In Idaho have Royal blood and splendid individuality. office for a year. This new associaall persons not to transpass upon A freight train near Asheville, North this season cleared their-- owners $30 .Fall boars and gilts for sale. tion will work in connection with the per acre in the growing of sugar beets, our lands for any purpose whatever as Carolina was wrecked Monday night WiS'.ona!c Agricultural Experiment enough to cover the entire purchase we will prosecute all offenders to fulKy. Eleven cattle belonging to the Elmen-doassociation. Any person who has tak- price of the land. Many a young fel- J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and county and which farm in Fayette Pursuant to the following proclama- en a curse in agriculture or Is inter- low who has saved up a nest egg and Fishermen especially take notice. tion "Frankfort, Ky Sept, 18, 191 J, ested in the growing of alfalfa may had been shown at the Virginia State wants to get away from the bad air Sqnire R Parsons By the Authority vested in me by Secwere killed. They were valued at Persons boin during this month are Jno M Farra Fair become a member by paying 25 cents. and cramped conditions of shop or faction 1523 of the Statutes of Kentucky, Notwithstanding W S Ferguson & N B Price Ed forty thousand dollars. In the lot was possessed of much wjll power, great tho modest member- tory and get a home on the land would I hereby proclaim that a special elecW A Price ship fee, much good is bound to come do well to look into some of these govElmendorf Marshall, a bull valued at tact and taste, are courteous and af E F Herring tion will be held in the Thirteenth W S Embry S L Rich Circuit Court District of Kentucky, from the organization. ten thousand dollars. ernment projects. fable, are noted for their wit and last Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin composed of the Counties of Mercer, duc not least snow tnat tney know a Dave Thompson Boyle, Garrard and Lincoln, on TuesJ W Sweeney There were a great many mules on good thing as soon as they commence day November 7th 1911, for the pur Exist It's Epal Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. Z T Rice Jas Sutton Monday, from sucklings up to market Gives Aid To Strikers. pose of electing a Circuit Judge for to trade with R. S. BROWN. The Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels -- -- Kentucky. first class aged work mules, but there store that sells Cxdet Stockings. said District to fill the vacancy caused No one has ever made a salve, oint- Lancaster, D B Anderson H C Arnold by the death of Judge M. C. Saufley, was very little damand for them, and Sometimes'liver, kidneys and bowels ment or balm to cpmpare with Buck-len- 's W G Anderson, Ben L. Bruner, Acting Governor, By H C Hamilton, what buyers were here were not ofjust opened up a new, clean the Acting Governor, Ben L. Bruner seem to go on a strike and, refuse to L H Brown Arnica SalVs. It's the one per- I have G Y Conn fering prices of sufficient magnitude to Taxes Are Due. Secretary of State By R. A. Cook, T W Conn J G Conn tempt the farmers to parff-- .company Ass't and Acting Secretary of State," work right. Then you need those fect healer of Cuts, Corns, Burns, The city has been to a big expense in J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. notice is hereby given that a poll will pleasant little recent slump in the Dr: "Bruises, Sores, Scalds, Boils, Ulcers, with them. The on Lexington street next to the post Dr. W Burnett be opened in each'of the voting precints King's Life Pills to give them natur cotton market has depressed the mule fixing the streets and other things and Mrs Maggie Boulden Eczema, Salt Rheim. For Sore Eyes, office and will be glad to of Garrard County, on November 7, the taxes are due. Please call at once C G Gay have my WK Leavell market to a considerable extent, the yn tor tne purpose 01 niung tne va al aid and gently compel proper Cold Sores, Chapped Hands or Sprains John Boian friends to call and see me. Clean bayers falling off in their offerings and pay same as the penalty goes on E Dunn cancy in the office of Circuit Judge, as health soon follows. Try its supreme. Unrivaled for Piles. Try the first of November. Don't delay. E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie'McGrathj above stated. from ten to twenty dollars per head. Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention. R.-L. Booth Thompson them. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. it. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Thompsan G. T. BALLARD Sheriff ' CitysTaxCollector.' J. W. "Simpson i reports the following T. M. Arnold, Jr. W. of Garrard County Kentucky. ' lm. I Son. City m Lancaster ITI1I3 nsotter must not bo repr!n:c5 with out special permission. If the field beans were retarded In OO0O00O0O00OC0OO00O4 growth during the drought and are inclined to be late in drying out one can I hasten the process by pul.lng the crop to reduce loss 6000000000000000000000000000000000000 at once. This will tend by mildew or rotting after the beans are stacked. Go to the BEST Place if you want The remarkable productivity fit the the BEST WORK. present season is shown in no more We have the only Steam Sterinteresting way than In the nnusual Shop number of little bright red apples ilizer in town for Massage. are carry- on Richmond St, which the wild rose bushes ing. Never do we remember having HENRY DUNCAN seen so many of them. The Old Reliable Barber. Some one has well said that the great need of rural communities all over the land is more home auA fewer farms, and he might have added that the greatest need of the myriad towns and ciUes of the country is also more Henry 8842 homes and fewer houses Just places to feed and roost. i CARDS. -- Jersey Bull Simpson 191 A lending citizen of Oklahoma known as "Alfalfa mil Aicuurray is minting of running for seuator against one cf the present incumbents. If he works this alfalfa racket even moder ately he ouj-h- t to win out. It Is well Season i. J. W. SWEENEY. J. E. Robinson, We are candidates for the office of City Council at the election November 7th. t HOUSE. DB. Win. BURNETT -- Phvsican and Surgeon. safe-guard- nr-r- ed H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, safe-guard- ed ! M. K. Denny, I Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co ) F. "WAxaiErR. I Will-oughb- y, Water Works Bond issue. J. TINSLfiY, Surveyor. S29-- har-hor- se l-- m and Shade Trees - ' Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. uut Mowers (1-- (1-- 5) Ware McRoberts. (1-- 5) (1-- 5) (1-- 5) Henry Casey, d.v.s WK 11 Oakdale Herd of POSTED Registered Durocs 3t - X rf NOTICE. BETSY'S POINTERS Dr. R. L Pontius, Wt Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. I strike-breake- Barber Shop M rs action-Excelle- nt E. 10-20-- 2t l-- m JOHN DUNCAN, jV ; t.