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GOVERNMENT J K 1 M- - m B B' - mJ m V ' VJ?J- -' m M -- r 5 "5fii LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1911. Operation. Bryan In Kentucky. REMEMBER NUMBER 30. i8Xg3Xm33S3XE33C Mrs. George Grow Undergoes THE WATER WORKS QUESTION. BOND IpL MMmQSMMJm.MfSmfim RMfi&Mfitfm HEATING AND Mrs. George Grow of Hackley underwent a serious operation at the Lancaster hospital last Thursday. She stood it well, has recovered from the shock, and is getting along nicely. Mr. Lafayette Brown Dead. The remains of Mr. Lafayette Brown were buried at the Lancaster cemetery on Tuesday. Mr. Brown was a farmer and splendid citizen of tfce Lowell neighborhood. He was about 70 years of age and had been sick for a long while. PLUMBING. We useuthe best the market affords. Let us make you an estima-teri- al Just Yet. On October 28th 1910 the first snow of the season fell in this section. Last Friday, the 28th gave fair promise of giving a repetition of last years performance, however it faired off and turned warmer and we are saved for a while from a fall of the beautiful. Not Their Business Increasing. are erecting a mamoth warehouse on their mill lot, which will be used as a storage warehouse. Although this firm already has a large building, their business has assumed such proportions in the last year as to force them to look out for more The Garrard Milling Co. room. 'Tis An 111 I mate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System-- in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. Wind That Blows No One Good. While the recent depression in the hog market is the source of a great deal of anxiety, and the occasion of much complaint upon the part of the farmers, yet we town people who are compelled to buy our "fattening hogs" When you go to cast your ballot next Tuesday do not overlook the question half of the Democratic state ticket. as to the issuance of the water works Mr, Bryan on this trip confined his atbonds, and place the cross in the square tention to western Kentucky, coming under "yes". no closer to the Blue Grass than LebaDo not be misled by the talk about non Junction, much to the regret of his higher taxation, this cannot be, do not many admires in Ce"ntral Kentucky. have this mistaken idea that because You do not happen to pay as much tax Dr. Pursley Spreading Out. as your neighbor, you should not vote Dr. J. J. Pursley, "Dakota Jack," because you would be voting a tax on Lancaster's "Medicine Man" is mak- him. Your tax can by no possible means ing an effort to introduce, his remedies be any higher, simply the rate will be into every county in the state. He at maintained a little longer. As for present is devoting his attention to Lin voting a tax on your neighbor, this is coin county, and he tells us with splen- bosh, if you do not pay anything but a did success. Dr. - Pursley is a clever po'l tax, your health and that of your gentleman and his remedies can be de- family is just as much to you as that pended upon to do exactly what he of your heavy tax paying neighbor, and Good Water means Good Health, and the extension of the water works Change Of Residences. neans good water. When the exten- 123 Mr. Henry Simpson having sold his sion is made, and not until then, will residence on Richmond avenue to Mrs. we have good water, water thaf can J. C. Robinson, is moving into the be drank with inpuinty the year round. house recently completed by Mr. S. G. VOTE FOR THE BONDS. Haselden on South Campbell street. Mrs. Robinson will move into her prop Democratic Speaking ffi erty purchased of Mr. Simpson, and Hon. W. J. Price and R. H. Tomlin- Mayor H. T, Logan and family, who son will address the citizens of Bryants have had rooms at the Kengarlan, will ville and vicinity on next Saturday gj! occupy the property vacated by Mrs. afternoon at 2 P. M. in the interest of ,ty Robinson. the democratic ticket. Every one is invited to be present. 'Jack" Burnside Joins Messenger Force. Slight Blaze. Hon. William Jennings Bryan made a whirlwind trip through Kentucky on October 30th and 31st, speaking in be- Romance -- -- W i m m m OF THE - Pi A AtF El XV 1 We have made arrangements i m m m m with the International Harvester Co., of America to show to the Farmers of our County (FREE) at the i i m m E4' W 1 Lancaster fashion Reep Opera House, Nov 6 and 7 of 1700 years advancement of the old i m m at 7:30 p. m., a periel m Hook up to the present Modern Binder w throughout the world. win De given at our store, afford to miss this, so don't forget the dates. rKcc ncxeis iou cannot P m m m: Very Respectfully, Lewis Landram is now rejoicing in the possession of two former employes of the Record. .Miss Bessie Crum, once with us, now is holding down cases on the Messenger, and Jack Tercy Burnside has now gone over to at killing time are rejoicing over the prospect of being able to secure them help out. No wonder brother Lanfor in the neighborhood of a nickel a dram is getting out a paper that is winning favorable comment, and inpound. cidentally, a fat subscription list. "The Frost Is On The The .bursting of a pipe connected with the private lighting plant of the Joseph Mercantile Co. Tuesday afternoon caused an alarm of fire. However, before the department could turn out the blaze was extinguished and no dam. age was done. Farmers Union Establishes Store. The Farmers Union of Garrard county have organized a stock company for the purpose of operating a general store in Lancaster. Articles of Incorporated will be filed this week, the capital stock will be 3,000. They have leased a store room near the depot and will begin operations on December 1st. Mr. W. P. Anderson will be the manag er of the new enterprise. Remember His Friends. Col. M. D. Hughes, one time news paper man, but who long ago deserted the tripod and entered the real estate field, in which business he has amassed a fortune, still has a kindly feeling for newspaper men, and whenever any thing good comes hisway he is ready to divide with them. This time it is apples, great big red juicy ones, averag ing a little over fourteen ounces each. They were sentjiim from Seattle Wash by his daughter and he kindly remem bered the Record. HASELDEN is BROS, MMMii!MMMfMWfM WlfrUHrSIHWi Pumpkin". New Seelbach Hotel In Lexington. Le-Ia- CONN BROTHERS t Heavy frosts in the last week ripened pumpkins, possums and persimmons and many parties are visiting the ' mountains in search of the latter two 'delicacies. Especially are these ex cursions popular with the country lads and lassies and scarcely a day passes that a party is not seen going in the direction of Cartersville in search of chestnuts. Lancaster, Ky. &r- - e' Messrs Charles and Julius Seelbach of Louisville have purchased the Hotel in Lexington. They will remodel and completely overhaul it and it will be run after the style of the Louisville hostelry conducted by the Seelbachs. The name will be changed to the New Seelbach. The old Leland is a famous hostelry, and in later years since the proprietor Billy Klair has come into political prominence, it has No Place Like Old Kentucky. become headquarters for politicians Mr. C. D. Powell has returned from and turfmen of the state. a several months visit to relatives in Another Good Road. Oregon. He tells us that his son, Robert Powell has purchased property The "Old Danville Pike" from the and is making his home inOakland.that square to the county line has been rehe and his wife are well pleased with constructed, thus tiding one more to the country and will make it their uarrard county s rapidly increasing future home. Mr. Powell was well number of good turnpikes. Automopleased with the country, but not well biles, which have heretofore been comenough to desert old Kentucky. pelled to go around by Camp Dick Robinson in going to Danville, will now find a splendid road in the newly constructed Danville pike. Squire Bourne is looking after and repairing the culverts on the Kirksville and the Richmond pike 'and doing everything possible to place just as much of our turnpike system in the best possible condition for the winter as is in his nd Sister Of Capt. 1. M. Myers Dead. power. Gaines Annual Corn Show. Attention Ladies' - See our NEW FALL Line of Ed. C. Gaines has announced his an nual corn show for the farmers of Garrard county, the premiums to be awarded on next county court day, November 27th. Mr. Gaines instituted this custom several years ago and each year he offers liberal premiums for the best corn produced by Garrard county farmers. The event has come to be looked forward to by the farmers and considerable good natured rivalry exists among them as to who shall produce the best corn. Last year Mr. David Dudderar claims that the corn which secured the premium was raised by him, but was shown by one of his The remains of Mrs. Mary W. Liv ingston were brought here Tuesday from Galveston Tex. and interred in the Lancaster cemetery. The cause of Mrs. Livingston's death was not known by her relatives here, The deceased was 69 years of age and was a former resident of the Bryantsville section of this county, being a daughter of the late Isaac Myers, and a sister of Capt. Ike M. Myers of near Lancaster. She married James L. Livingston, who is a brother of Rev. J". G. Livingston the well known Christian minister of the Goshen vicinity. The Livingstons moved to Texas from this county many years ago. Additions To Sick Best Shoe For Children, We Guarantee Every Pair Leathers. All Sizes All List. v Jas. W. Smith. The House of Quality 5 neighbors. Dies In Idaho. r' FINE FOOTWEAR made by the SHELBY SHOE CO. All the New Shades in Velvets and Tans. Up -- To -- Date Toes and Lasts! V Mr. Clel Terrill died in Idaho Falls Idaho on October 25th and his remains were interred in the cemetery at Paint Lick Ky. on last Wednesday. Mr. Terrill had been complaining for some time, but letters received from him but a few days before the news of his death came indicated that he was feeling much better, and his death came as a surprise and shock to his "many friends and relatives. Mr. Terrill was former ly one of the "most substantial and most None Better, Tew As Good. Let us sell you your FALL SHOES, Quality and Style considered, we will save you money. , LOaAN. --- : : --"V,- 'jtfik 4iZ s ' Jix highly respected citizens of upper Garrard. Several years ago he moved to Judge Walker Recovered. Idaho Falls, where he has since made his home. He is survived by several Judge Walker has sufficiently regrown children, one of whom is Mr. covered as to be able to go to Crab Givens Terrill of this place. Mr. Ter- Orchard Springs for a recuperative rill was 76 years of age. stay. His nurse was dismissed last Sunday. And here let us say just a Popular Young Teacher Injured. word in regard to nursing; typhoid Last Monday morning Miss Allie fever is a disease which requires the Hendren was painfully injured by the most careful nursing, in fact as much overturning of her buggy in which she if not more depends upon the nurse was going to her school at the David- tnan on the physician. Judge Walker son schoolhouse on the Buckeye pike. seenred the services of Miss Marga-rett- a Smith of Richmond Ky., who is Miss Hendren cannot tell how the acci happened as she was rendered un- one of the very best trained nurses dent conscious by the fall from the vehicle, obtainable, and to her never relaxing and her small brother, Owen, who was care and attention is due Judge "Wal driving, has but a vague recollection as ker's rapid and complete recovery. to how jt happened. The horse either Miss Smith is a daughter of the late J. became frightened and ran and kicked, Speed Smith; who was well known and or in passing another vehicle their had many friends in Garrard county, buggy struck the hub and was over- andaside from her splenduH qualificaturned, throwing the .occupants out tions as a nurse is a lady$f much Miss Allie was bruised about the head grace and refinement, and during her and back and was brought tothe Lan- stay in Lancaster made many warm caster hospital. Owen received a friends, who will regret exceedingly slightly sprained wrist and slight bruis-le- s. thather stay among us cbnnot be a ' The buggy was a complete wreck," permanent one. t Mrs. George T. Farris is seriously sick at her home on Richmond street. Mrs. Farris has been quite ill for some time, but her condition at present is somewhat improved. Mrs. Dr. Amon has suffered a re currence of her old ailment which has caused her so much annoyance of late and is again confined to her room. Mrs. Dr. Denny has been quite ill, as also has been her little daughtar Sherley, but we are glad to state both are considerably improved. The patients at the hospital are do ing fairly well, Mrs. Grow remains quite sick, but is thought to be improving slowly, Miss Allie Hendren is doing well, Mr. E. A. White is sitting n up and will be out soon and Mr Brown has sufficiently recovered as to be able to be taken to his home. Hol-ma- !bWfcMKfiaUrcJWnuaBJtyuW - silt wlliUjRkkJfeji ', Now is the time to buy an Old Hickory Wagon The strongest and lightest running wagon made. Buy Buggy and Wagon Harness while they are so cheahj r W.J. 'ft ROMANS. V v j&. i r 'v? . T" V J Ci . m. H- - ttt. 5 The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the ro-.- t Office in Lancaster, Ky., es Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., November 3, 1911. Rates For Political Announcements For For For For For For Precinct and City Offices f . . . .$ 5.00 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expresdeemed from Republican sion of individual views, per Those who have borne the burden of 10 line 05 the fight in the field bring tidings of Obituaries, per line greaf joy. They have spoken to thousands, and have carried into every home Democratic Ticket. the truths that have made the Demo cracy endure. They have preached the For Governor James B. McCreary. gospel of reform to which Governor For Lieut. Governor E. J. McDermott McCreary and his associates are committed, and whose pledges they will For Treasurer Thos. S. Rhea. sacredly keep. They have piled mounFor Auditor Public Accounts Henry tain high the iniquities of the RepubliM. Bosworth. can party in the State and nation, For Secretary of State C. F. Crece- - until its defenders lie crushed beneath lius. the burden. For Attorney General James Garnett. These party evangels share the confiFor State Superintendent of Schools dence which has set the rank and file Barksdale Hamlett. afire with enthusiasm. They have seen Commissioner Agriculture J W. victory mirrored in the upturned faces For of their Newman. they have L. seen faction disappear in an unselfish For Clerk Court of Appeals It. desire to promote the Democratic Greene. cause; they have seen former party For Railroad Commissioner W. F. leaders, and the thousands who followKlair. ed them into other camps, back in line, For Circuit Judge Charles A. Hardin. eager to lend every assistance in their For Representative John M. Farra power to save Kentucky. With these from Garrard Co. evidences of success visible on every side, is it any wonder that they have brought from the front news that inANNOUNCEMENTS mis-rule. fellow-Democrat- The air is vibrant with victory for the entire Democratic ticket. It is borne on every breeze. It fills the sails of the old party ship, and sweeps it over the waves to the harbor of success. The assurance that we will win in November finds an answering message in every glad Democratic countenance. There is no doubt or despondency anywhere. From every" quarter of the State comes the cry "All's well!" Now that the Campaign is drawing to a close, it is comforting to find tiie conditions o satisfactory. The Democratic Committee, through its Chair man, R. II. Vansant, tells the party that the organization covers every Precinct; that it is earnest, active and faithful, that no sound of dissension is heard; that a Democracy is marching in solid ranks behind Mc Creary, McDermott, Ollie James, and their party associates; that the old Kentucky home is certain to be re- - every precinct in the State remain GOV. BECKHAM. away from the polls, it will mean a difference of over ten thousand votes. Makes Telling Speech To Garrard County Republicans are active and determined Citizens At Court House Momday. and are making desperate efforts to J. C. W. Beckham poll every vote. Vote early, and urge spoke Monday afternoon in behalf of all your friends to do likewise. the state and county Democratic ticket We desire to call the"attention of the at the court heuse to a packed house, good democrats of the county and the one of the largest and most attentive many republicans whom we believe audiences that has listened to a politiwill cast their vote for Hon. John M. cal speech during the present camFarra to the necessity of coming to the paign iu Lancaster. If any of the thought polls on next Tuesday. There is not a citizens of Garrard county man in Garrard county who is better that there were any sore spots on the or that he wa3 showing fitted to represent us in the Kentucky Legislature than is Mr. Farra. He any inclination to play the part of a would do honor to the good old county sulker in his tent, their mind3 were of Garrard and would be always found certainly put at rest on that seore by looking after the best interests of all his speech. With all the fire and elothe people of thi s county. Vote for quence, for which he is noted, and Farra and put in a lick against the which he exercised in the conduct of his own campaign, in a two and one third house and for the people. half hour speech, he advocated the Judge J. A. Sullivan, of Richmond is principles of Democracy and the elec doing valiant work for the Democracy tion ot Gov. McCreary and the entire on the stump. He is the author of the ticket. It was conceded by all who Sullivan school law which has given heard him that Gov. Beckham made such impetus to education all over the the best speech heard here and one State. Judge Sullivan is one of Gover- that will have the most telling effect nor McCreary's closest personal friends in behalf of Democracy. and it is a labor of love for him to canvass the State in the interest of his Garrard County Man Buys Choice Danville neighbor and friend. or Preaching At Christian Church By Bro. Tinder Sunday. aSSa" J&sEwL. HPim iH m&uMix&a A communication from Bro. Tinder informs us that he will return to Lancaster Saturday Nov. 4th and will fill his pulpit Sunday, Brother Tinder has been engaged in a very successful meet ing at Central Christian Church in Lex ington, has been having large crowds at every service and up to last Sunday night there had been 51 additions to the church. ' m T s$ m 11b (S 13 vl 3 W leRi533 F B" IlUt pi ? BSJ a a is Civil Service Examination. There will be a civil service examination for eligibles for the Eighth Congressional district for storckeopers and gaugers held in Danville Ky. on November 11th. For application blanks apply to Secretary Board of Examiners Danville Ky , or to C. W. Moss, Secre- ALL THIS WEEK. tary Civil Service Commission, Cincin- nati Ohio. No application will be considered unless properly executed and filed with C. W. Moss, Secretary, Cincinnati, prior to or on Nov. 7th 1911. Will Represent Garrard. M. Oct 30th to Nov 4th. Come in and Get The s; For County Judge. Wo are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. authorized to announce Beazley as a candidate for James A. County Judge of Garrard county, suhr ject to the action of the Democratic We are party. We Sheriff of subject to the action Garr? f inty, of themocratic party. RobinsfJWFcand'date amHFized to announce C. A fr are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave C. spires every Democratic heart? There is no possibility of defeat if Democrats only do their duty. They must not let keep them from the polls. Every vote is needed. If only yourself and four of your neighbors stay at home, and a similar number of other careless Democrats do the same in every precinct, it will make a difference of 10,000 votes. You can not afford to take any chances. The Republicans are beating the bushes in the Eleventh District. Judge O'Rear is personally walking the mountain paths, and is urging the halt, the lame and the blind to come to the polls. He is begging them to bring their neighbors from the "head of the creek" that it all depends on the Eleventh District; and, that nothing less than 30,000 majority will satisfy him. The Republicans are resourceful and desperate. Defeat in November will make Kentucky Democratic for the next quarter of a century, and they will leave no stone unturned to prevent it. Every Democratic hope in State and nation depends upon the result in November. Give one hour to your party on November 7th, and victory is certain. over-confiden- ce Chairman R. H. Vansant, of the Sanders as a candidate for Assessor Democratic Campaign Committee gives of Garrard county subject to the ac- out the following statement: tion of the democratic party. "The contest for the Governorship and other State officers is drawing to a We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- close. On Tuesday November 7th, the nation of Assessor of Garrard County, people will render their verdict at the subject to the action of the democratic polls. The Campaign Committee has not rested from its labors since the beparty. ginning of this battle for the redempWe are authorized to announce J. B. tion of Kentucky from Republican misCollier as a candidate for the nomina- rule. Its members have worked untion for assessor of Garrard county, selfishly for the furtherance of party subject to the action of the democratic success. We have made a clean, fair party. fight in the open; held men to their We are authorized to announce W. public records, and have made no atL. Huffman for a candidate for assess- tack upon private character. The or of Garrard county subject to the Campaign Committee is confident that the Democrats will be elected to every action of the Democratic party. office of the State government down, and that the Legislature will be DemoFor Magistrate. cratic; thus assuring the election of We. are authorized to announce Ollie James to the United States SenJohn N. White as a candidate for ate. "The members of the Campaign Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of Committee (and I speak also for every candidate on the ticket) feel indebted the democratic party. to the Democratic press of Kentucky We are authorized to announce Wal- for their hearty and generous assistton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis- ance. They "have renderad invaluable trate in the first district of Garrard aid, and without their assistance our County, subject to the action of the best efforts would have failed of effect. democratic party. "The daily reports from the various County and Precinct Chairmen are For City Councilman. most gratifying. They bring assurance from every District of an increase in We are authorized to announce B. F. the Democratic vote. Walter, as a candidate for cuuncilman "While I am supremely confident of the city of Lancaster, Ky. Election that we will secure a decisive majority, November 7th 1911. majority, I want to warn my We are authorized to announce R. P. against It Gregory, as a candidate for councilman will take the united support of every of the city of Lancaster, Ky. Election Democrat to make the election sure. November 7th. 1911. We are facing a wily, revengeful and We are authorized to announce Wm. desperate enemy. They realize that Herndon, as a candidate for councilman defeat in Kentucky this year will be of the city of Lancaster, Ky. Election fatal to the future supremacy of their November 7th. 1911. party in this State, and that it will We are authorized to announce G. S. have a great influence on the PresiGreenleaf, as a candidate for Council- - dential election next year. They will man of the city of Lancaster, Ky. fight until the last ballot is cast, and we must meet them at the noils in Election November 7th. 1911. announce H, solid array, with not a man missing We are authorized to Clay Hamilton as a candidate for from the ranks." councilman of the city of Lancaster, Ky only one danger that the Election November 7th. 191L, There We are authorized to announce W. M. Democrats face, and that is over confiZanone a a candidate for councilman of dence. To make Democratic success the city of Lancaster, Ky. Election certain, it is absolutely necessary that the vote should be gotten out, Every November 7th 191L County Chairman, and every Precinct Committeeman is giving his personal Republican Ticket. time to his important work, and they authorized to announce John should be aided by the individual We are Take your neighbor to the polls L. Dozier as a candidate for Legislafrom Garrard county, he being the with jrou, and there will be no doubt ture thatithe Democrats will win a glorious regular nominee of the republican victory. If only fiye Democrats in fellow-Democra- ts over-confidenc- e. - Dem-crat- s, '- - The Danville Messinger says; Hon. John Farra of Lancaster, was in town Tuesday and paid us a pleasant call. Mr. Farra is the Democratic candidate for representative and will, so knowing Property ones believe, be elected. He certainly Farra for speaker of the house at the The lot sale conducted by the United should be, for he will make a useful A of and a Cook Book, next session of the Kentucky Legisla- Realty & Auction Co. in Danville Wed- member of ihe Legislature. This thing ture, Vote for him this time. He will nesday was a splendid success. The of sending figure heads to make laws is have no opposition next time as he will Fitzpatrick house was purchased by Mr a farce we are glad to say is playing! The Great Majestic has been in use by Mr. W. R. Cook for 30 years and do such good work as will make al John C. Eurnside of this county for Out. II Uill 13 HfllllCU 13 IIICII WllU itlU people appreciate him. 3800. The first lot sold was purchased right up to the minute on public needs others in the county have used them from 10 to 15 years. by James D. Shelby for $1065. This arid matters, men who can and will do Show your appreciation of the interwas one of the best located lots, but something of credit to themselves and est that John Farra has always taken the Children come in and see Dollys Range. others brought proportionately good their constituents. Such a man is Mr. in Garrard county by voting for him on prices. and he will be heard from. Farra, next Tuesday. With men like Farra and Francis DougFree Entertainment. las in the Legislature, that body of The Kentucky Legislature has always The Romance of the Reaper, illustrat- men would hold a session of which the been in need of men like John Farra. Vote for him on next Tuesday and uo ed with Moving Pictures and colored people could feel proud. stereoscopic views will be given free to your fellow countymen a good turn. Tobacco Meeting A Success. Farmers and other interested at Lancaster Opera House in Lancaster next The big burgoo tobacco meeting givGaines is the man that is going to Monday and Tuesday night Nov, 6 and en in Lexington on the 26th attracted have a corn show next court day. 7th evening at 7:30 P. M. a tremendous crowd, fully ten thousand This is the great agricultural lecture people being in attendence. There will he a Pie Supper at Hubble Good Saturday night Nov, 4th. Proceeds to entertainment which was presented at speakers were on hand to instruct the go to the Methodist church. Every- the State Fair last month. It is pre gathered tobacco growers in the details body invited. sented by the courtesy of the Interna of the proposed ten year pool and tional Harvester Company of America manufactori', and it is thought the Dyed In The Wool. and is presented at Lancaster Ky. meeting will result in the success of PUBLIC SALS OF FARM. The Seven Day Adventists are pre- through the combined efforts of Hasel-de- n the proposed plans, as a great many of Registered Poland china hogs, stock, crop, etc. THURSDAY NOV, 16 1911. Bros. Admission will be by ticket. those present signed the pledges, and dicting the end of the world. We are 10 o'clock A. si. Having decided to quit farming I will on above date offer at glad that the date fixed is after the All who are interested in the progress many of them took the matter under public auction my farm of 10-- acres located "4 miles North of Danville. G miles November election so that we can have of agriculture and farm machines are consideration and are expected to sign east of Harrodsburg and 2 miles from Burgin. close to graded school, churches. the pleasure of beating the Republi- invited to attend and may secure tickets later. store, etc, in fine section of "country and a splendid body of land at least 65 acres by calling at Haselden Bros, store in cans before Gabriel blows his horn. will grow first class tubacco, plenty of shade and everlasting water. Ideal for " & EHzabethtown News. Lancaster. . stock farm. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. jj Improvements are all new and consist of a modern bungalow cottage of 6 Family Reunion. Teachers Association A Success. u rooms, both front and back porch, fine 15 ft cistern at back porch. Stock barn oWg " ..inlaw mcaCSk Bryantsville, Oct. 31 Mrs. Sam HasThe Garrard County Teachers AsC6 by 50ft equipped with ha' carrie. all necessary outbuildings., every thing is sociation met at Hyattsville on last elden celebrated the 87 anniversary of Get cheap china at Wards. It new, clean, convenient and substantial. No better neighborhood on earth. Saturday and the program as outlined her fathnr Mr. B. F.Jennings formerly In fact one of the best and most desirable farm3 in central Kentucky. If you Gaines annual corn show November in last wt ek's Record, was carried out of this place but now of Danville. This are interested and will drop me a card I will be gl.id to meet you at train day to the letter. A large crowd was in has been a happy custom of this honor- 27th. Jan 1st. terms easy. before sale and take care of you over n ht. I'os attendence and the exercises were en- able family for a number of years. GEO. CLAYTON, UURGIN, KY For Rent Upstairs and downstairs For further information address joyed by everyone. These meetings The children and immediate families rooms. J. E. Storms. result in a vast amount of good to the who were present numbered twenty Bring me your eggs I will pay 20c teachers and should be of more fre- four representing four generations namely, Lafayette and Charlie Jenning per doz for them W. H. Ward It quent occurrence. of Danville, Mrs. Geo. Ballard of LanFor Sale: First class Singer Sewing K. 0. T. M. caster and Mrs. Sam Haselden of this IT IS NOT MAGIC THAT PRODUCES Machine. Mrs. Susan Fisher. place, four of the sons and daughters, The Knights of the Maccabees has being located in distant states were unWe need room, and money, you cant paid the three thousand dollars cerI able to attend. Among the other guests afford to buy elsewhere W. H. Ward. tificate, held by T. S. Elkin deceased, were Mr. and Mrs. John Dunn of Burg-I- ii to his wife and two sons again maniFor Sale China choset and side relatives of the family and Mr. and festing its promptness in settlements. Sirs. B. F. Jennings of Nicholasville a board in oak, apply to this office. This is one of the oldest and most Mr. Jennings. Mrs. HasBring in your corn for the corn show. substantial orders in the world, and namesake of elden did honor to the occasion by Big a combination of Good premiums offered by Gaines th.it has paid about twenty thousand dollars spreading a sumptuous dinner and Miss Insurance man. to beneficiaries through Lancaster BEST Lillie Leavell added much to the enjoyMilling. We buy only lent No. 15. ment of the guests with her delightful For Sale Hill onions sets, hill a and put WHEAT to begin music and sweet voice in song. onions and white clover honey. "Luke" Shearrer A Candidate. Mr. Jennings has reared a family of Walton E. Moss. Phone 354F a of Milling Mr. L. D. Shearrer " a former resi- which ha might well be proud, and one Bargain 12 H. P. Foos gasoline endent of Lancaster is a candidate for a whose filial affection gives him so much you place on the city council at Nicholas-vill- e pleasure in his declining years, and gine; replaced by Electric Motor. GLEN LILY FLOUR do so today. P. O. Box 353, Danville, Ky. on a newly incorporated ticket while his health is very feeble indeed called the "Independent Party of and cannot hope to have many more I am closing out my queensware at BHE fa Nicholasville Ky.", which promises to reunions here, yet we trust that the cost to make room for my large line of the city every thing which is good in "reuniting" will not be unbroken in Xmas Toys which are already coming the way of a civil administration. Be- the Great Beyond. W. H. Ward It in. ing a former Lancastrian, we believe that our neighbors would make no misFor Sale Kentucky. take in electing Mr. Shearer. 38J acres of land, well improved or. WILL HOLD YOU AT ITS MERCY Dull Times Coming. larFBHrmJsrmiMlJa pike, two miles from Lancaster, well In The Event Of The Defeat Of The Bond watered. Price right, call on James P. The Base Ball season is over, the Bourne, Lancaster, Ky. World's Series has been played and Issue. lost and now the political pot will Seed Wheat For Sale. Do you know why the order was issucease to boil and the embers under it ed for a vote on the bond issue? The 100 bushels of no 1 seed wheat tor die out and blow away after next city council were contemplating the exTuesday. What in the world will the sale also 200 bushels of onions. B. F. tension of the water works as soon as newspapers do with the vast amount Robinson. Phone 363 B. possible, but they nrst proposed to se of space that has been devoted to cure an exact estimate cost of the pro- Wanted girls to work at the tele these topics? Of course for a short posed extension and then submit the phone exchange. Experienced ones time a part of it may be devoted to proposition to the people tor their ap desired but wilt take them to learn if telling "how it happened", but after probation. In the meantime the water the right ones apply. Must come well that they will have to depend upon became foul and A. H. Bastin. the. Board of Health recommended. the dear advertising public. took the matter in hand and informed Strayed from my place at Hedge-vill- e the City Council that unless they took Archer-Broon Oct, 25 a bay mare, 3 white IMMEDIATE steps to secure better feet spot in forehead and a little thin. Miss Lucy Pearl Archer, aged 18 water that they, the Board of Health, hsLl-JA- . years and Frank Brown aged 21 years would condemn the water plant. This Reware for return or notify me. 1 iJS 'T Ward Simpson. were married at the home of the brides action of a necessity forced immediate -t pd 1 Buildings coven sd over twenty years ago are as good as new h parents on Tuesday evening, Rev. O. P action on the part of the council, thus Hand- n and have never neec ied repairs. Fireproof Stormproof Bush performing the ceremony. The is the seeming haste in the matter exInexpensive. For further detailed information apply to I some bride is the daughter of Mr. Sampson plained. Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, Archer who resides near Point Leavell Do you know what the condemnation and the groom is the second son of Mr. of the water plant and the shutting George F. Brown, who "resides near down which would of a necessity follow Lancaster. Both are popular young would mean to Lancaster? It would people in their respective localities. mean the immediate raise in your rates It has been rumored and published They will reside with Misa Margaret of insurance to such a figure as to make that we are in favor of the present Patterson at the old Patterson home insurance" almost prohibitory, and prob- Telephone Franchise now pending bestead on the Buckeye pike. ably the cancellation of your policies fore the city council also that we are and the refusal of the companies to plfiged to various persons for marshal) Missionary Rally take a risk on Lancaster property at and superintendent of water works. On November the 9th from 2 to 4 any figure. It means that we would These rumors we proclaim a falshood o'clock at the Christian Church a recep again be compelled to stand and watch and without foundation. We are not tion will be given by .the missionary our property be destroyed by fire and pledged to any one for any city office societies o all the churches of the town we helpless to prevent it, no means at nor do we intend to pledge ourselves to Some very interesting addresses will hand with which to combat the flames. any one before election for any office. be made; three ladies having been inIn the face of these probabilities can We are not for the present Phone Fran vited especially for this purpose. Mrs. we afford to vote against the issuance chise now before the city council. We Chamlers 40, 36 and 30. The car without a fault. pledge ourselvss to the citizens of LanJ. Q. A. McDowell and Mrs. E. H. of the water works bonds? elected we will pass a Maxwell 363025 and 16. The car that is sturdy and reliable. . Lancaster will be compelled to have caster that if Pearce Danville,- - and Mrs Ida Harrison Hupmobile 20, all models. The peer in its class for reliability and Franchise safe guarding evpry in of Lexington. Refreshments will be better water, and the only means of Phone economy. of the citizens and business man served and every, thing done to make securing it is to extend the pipe line to erst We demonstrate and convince. Ask Tor literature ahd informaof the town of Lancaster and Garrard j 3 the afternoon one of pleasure and profit the river. This must come sooner or tion. to the guests. At' this reception new later, and the only means of extending county and to elect such officers as will gas tanks sold and exchanged. bonds. Better be to the best mterst of tt e city of members will be received into the .sotir is by the issuance of off the different churches. HAVE EVERYTHIINO. FOR YOUR CAR. , thp issue them now, and by the coming of Lancaster. All' WE eties A. F, Sanded ladies of the .town are. cordially invited another, dry Reason the work will be J. R. Mount Sam Cotton. ' f - completed. J. D. Gulley . to attend. . . Best RANGE Made. ware, $8.00 nice set $1.00 Lunch With US This Week. MOUNT. ll-3-- 2t sew CO. -- a! H-3-- 2t ) 11-3-- tf Glen LIliV Flour, ll-3-- 2t It is just Scientific Wheat and the it through with process uniform that insures have not tried product at all times. If ieirara Co. FIRE Lancaster, P lMWMMMM i&WMMfa -tf wn. 1- rZJPJl ' o Tiie Voters Of Lancaster. V Stormes Automobile Agency. n , Pres-O-Li- te i- j Having decided to dispose of a lot of surplus stock, etc,, I will at my place Richmond and Lancaster pike, on Public Sale. RlJBR.i CLOTHES. us and lUf H JjiJlJlJUjp S & gssr j k TO AIUNG WOMEN A Little Sound Advice Will Help Many A Zemo Makes Astonishing Eczema Cures. miles South West of Paint Lick on THURSDAY, NOV., &th, Thirty five head of horses and mules consisting 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; r good Jersey milk cow; 250 bales clover hay. Terms made known on day of sale. Am Bourne, Aucl. 1911, at 10 o'clock a. m. sell the following property. C. S. COTTON, Paint Lick, Ky. BW HM - B FR0M SAVE MONEY. Levy's Special Boys' Suits wifii 2 pairs , " We Handle None But flic Best. Our stocks aro so large that you have ey.ery style and pattorn, and size, and shape from which to select: and wo make buyinn ET MAIIi, just as easy and satisfactory as you can do it in the store. We have special things that you can sot .NOWHERE ELSE, such as : k via Vga ttf JJr jfm raft Levy's Special m Suits lor Men n r&zg fe B ll Up I CAAIOG 25E35o 1 Ok BjA and all the Leading Linos of We issuo a FURNISHINGS, HATS AMP SHOES. nVfreo'on wane!0 which wo WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. Railroad Fares Refunded at Certain Times. n Mention this paper and write us fully for anything: you want in our line, and you'll uet a prompt and satisfactory answer. And if anything you buy hero is not exactly what you want it may do So Esa returned and your TCOITEIC will he immediately BE?UKDED. B gB Jf B No. 1. Every day ZEMO gives relief and Sufferer In Lancaster cures meii, women and children in ev- -' ery city and- - town in America whose No woman can be healthy and well skins are on fire with torturing EC if the kidneys are sick. Poisons that ZEMA rashes and other itching, burnpass off in the secretions when the kid- ing, scaly, and crusted skin and scalp neys are well, are retained in the body humors. when the kidneys are sick. Kidneys ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) and bladder become inflamed and SOAP, two refined preparations will swollen and worse troubles quickly folgive you such quick relief that you will low. This is often the true cause of feel like a new person. bearing down pains, lameness, backache Wo give you three reasons why we etc. Uric poisoning also causes head- recommend and endorse ZEMO and aches, dizzy spells, languor, nervous- ZEMO SOAP for all skin and scalp erness rheumatic pain. uptions. When suffering so, try Doan's Kid1st. They are clean, scientitic prepney Pills, a remedy that has cured arations that give universal satisfacthousands of such cases. You will get tion and are pleasant and agreeable to better as the kidneys get better and use at all times. health will return when the kidneys are 2nd. They are not experiments, but well. Let a Lancaster woman tell you are proven cures for every form of skin about Doan's Kidney Pills. or scalp affections whether on infants Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville, St., or grown persons. Lancaster, Ky., says; "My experience 3rd. They work on a new principle. with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to They do not glaze over the surface, but say that they live up to the claims they penetrate to the seat of the troumade for them. I suffered a great deal ble and draw the germ life from underfrom backache and could not sleep well neath the skin and destroy it. In this On several occasions my back became way a complete cure is effected in any so painful and weak that I was unable case of SKIN OR SCALP ERUPITION to attend to my housework. Being adEndorsed and sold in Lancaster by vised to give Doan's Kidney Pills a the McRoberts & Son Drug Store. trial, I did so, procuring a supply at Frisbie's Drug Store. They helped me Chocolate at First Disliked. from the first and I was soon entirely Chocolate was regarded as an In relieved. ventlon of the devil by a considerable class In England during the seven tenth century A formidable treatise STONE. was written in order to denounce the use of the beveiago by monks. The C. S. Sanders bought of Ruther Ray treatise appeared in 1624, but the monks saw to it, by destroying every a farm price S00. copy that came their way, that its Little Miss Oliva Preston is improv- circulation was small and brief. Cboo-olating at this writing. houses succeeded coffee houses Enoch Gilliam sold to Auther Luns- - in London as centers of a supposed greater refinement, although Roger ford one mule for $45. North describes thern 83 centers for Mrs. Martin of Lexington is visiting the benefit of 'rooks and cullies of Mrs. Nan Moberly this week. quality, where gaming Is added to all Mrs. Mary A. Sanders had a fine the rest," and where plots against the state were hatched by idle felmule to die last Sunday morning. C. S. Sanders bought of Luther lows. e "WE PROVE IT." He Took Her For a Thief By DANIEL WINSTON Public Sale. 200 Acres Of Land. I will sell 200 acres of land, one mile from Harrodsburg, Ky., on the Bellows Mill Turnpike, on THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 9th, 1911, at 10 A. M. to the highest and best bidder. This land will be sold in differ Asso- Copyright by American Press ciation; 1311. k Members Retail Merchants Association. V. A House Established 50 Years Ago. The Largest in Its Line. J&f Jay Humphery a bunch of hogs for 6 cts. Mrs. Mat Naylor is the pleasant guest of friends in this neighborhood. Stone is on a boom Preston brothers are erecting two new dwelling houses. Misses Lida Mae and Nell Ray were guests of Miss Lida Raney of Lancaster. Mrs. Mat Folger of Somerset was the guest of her daughter Mrs. Viola Fain. C. S. Sanders wife and children visited her sister Mrs. Will Taylor of Madison last Sunday. Coy S. Sanders bought of Alf a cow for $23.50 also sold one to Bill Lawson price $11.50 Os-bour- ne A Father's Vengeanca. Perry Atkinson, immaculately dressed and with a pearl stickpin in his cravat, was waiting on the platform of a seaside station at the height of the summer season. A. number of persons were there, some to receive friends, some to see friends off, all waiting for a train. up to the station AtWhen kinson craned his neck with the rest, like a turkey gobbler hunting for some favorable point to fly over a fence. While thus looking up he suddenly felt two arms thrown around his neck and a pair of lips pressed to bis. Now, at this especial resort, situated not far from a large city, were many different classes of persons, from tho highest to the lowest. When Atkinson felt himself In the embrace of a woman who was a stranger to him the first explanation of the situation that entered his head was that It was a game to relieve him of his money. Disengaging himself as quickly as possible, he clapped his band to his hip. where he kept his pocketbook. He was relieved to find the wallet there. Then he Instinctively felt for his pearl scarfpin. and it was gone! By this time the woman who had embraced him a girl of twenty was standing looking at him with a puzzled expression which, as she gazed, developed Into one of horror. "I greatly fear," she stammered, "that I have made a mistake." "You certainly have made a mistake If you take me for a 'flat.' You hand out my stickpin mighty quick or I'll call the police." At this the girl put on an expression to describe which language Is Inadequate. Her face was scarlet; her eyes flashed alternate indignation and fear. Then suddenly Atkinson made a dive for her skirt, where he saw his scarf-pi- n hanging, and caught It as It was about to fail to the ground. Putting it in its proper place, he gave the girl a final glance and was about to turn away when she said: led ent tracts, then as a whole and the best sale accepted. Sale will postively take place rain or shine. R. E. GODDARD, Harrodsburg, Ky. T. D English, Auctioneer. Public Sale. We will sell at Public Auction on SATURDAY, NOV 11, 1911 beginning at 1 o'clock p. m., at our farm known as the Sam Dudderar place, situated near Goshen, Lincoln County, Kentucky, the following de scribed property:- One pair good work mules; 2 geldings; 2 mare3, one a good family mare; 2 good Jersey milk cows and calves; IJ fat hogs; 2 good brood sows; 26 stock shoats; a lot of good farming toote, such as mower; binder, plows wheat drill; cutting harrow; smoothing harrow; corn planter and many other things too numerous to mention. Also a lot o housold and kitchen furniture. TERMS made known on day of sale. DUDDERAR & GOOCH. Am Bourne. Auctioneer. Pub lie OF Sale! - Live Stock And Fanning Implements. Having sold my farm and expecting to engage in other business, I will on SATURDAY. NOV. 11, 1911 at I p. m. at my residence 6 miles from Lancaster, on the Lexington, turnpike, offer for sale at public auction, the following property: 1 pair mare mules old, 1 pair old, 3 suckling mule mare mules 9 years old, 1 brood colts, 1 brood-mar- e mare 7 years old, 1 work horse 8 years old, 1 work mare 9 years old, 1 family mare 9 years old, 1 saddle mare 3 years old, 1 harness horse 2 years old, 1 harness mare 2 years old, 1 yearling filly by Rex Hilton, 2 dry cows fat, 1 jersey milk cow, 1 old heifer, 2 7 months old calves, shorthorns, 4 Registered duroc jersey sows and pigs, 1 would have fallen on any one who attacked the son of" Peter Bondy, of South Rockwood, Mich., but he was powerlessbefore attacks of Kidney trouble. "Doctors could not help him," he wrote, "so at last we gave him Electric Bitters and he improved wonderfully from taking six bottles. Its the best Kidny medicine I ever saw." Backache, Tired feeling, Nervousness, Loss of Appetite, warn of Kidney trouble that may end in dropsy, diabetes or Bright's disease. Beware: Take Electric Bitters and be safe. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m "Do you mean to tell me K PUBLIC OF SUE MARES, JEN- MULES, BROOD NETS V AND CATTLE THURSDAY, NOV. 9th,, 1911 AT 9:30 a. m. Lewis Murphey and little daughter Lida May were the Education. guest of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Logan Vhat is education? Emerson says viiat the greatest teacher Is not the of Back Creek. teacher who supplies the pupil with he moat facts, but the one in whose presence the pupil becomes a bettei 2 Eczema Cure A Beauty Wash. person. The -- great secret of educa Although D. D. D. Prescription has lion lies in respecting the wants of tl-pupil It is not for us to say whaf been recognized for years as the one another shall know or even do That remedy for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all tfart of the game of chosen other forms of skin disease, it is now foieordained and thelife is alone and pupil holds known that there is no other . wash, the key to his own needs Emerson even those used by the beauty spe- oegs us to respect the child He cialists, that can compare with this his plea to respect and wait mild liquid for cleansing the skin of and see the new product of natura pimples, blackheads, rash, and all sim- develop. We are not to be too much the pupil's parent. We are not to be ilar skin affections. too reason alone, a bottle of Jet often in his solitude We are to For this him alone Give the pupil an opD. D. D. should be kept on hand in portunity to exercise and express his every household. A trial 25c bottle orery faculty, and then hands off! will show you the merits of this great remedy as a complexion wash. D. D. D. seems to remove the cause, Saved Many From Death; whatever the trouble may be, cleansW. L. Mock, of Mock, Ark., believes ing the skin, and leaving it as soft, as he has saved many lives in his 25 years smooth and clear as that of a healthy of experience in the drug business. child. Get a 25c bottle today and keep it "What I always like to do," he writes, "is to recommend Dr. King's New in the house. For sale by R. E. Discovery for weak, sore lungs, hard & Son. colds, hoarsness, obstinate coughs, la grippe, croup, asthma or other bronHARKSISUKY. chial affection, for I feel sure that a number of my neighbors are alive and because they took my adwell Born to the wife of Mrs. Johnson vice to use it. I hnnestly believe its Speaks a girl. the best throat and lung medicine Nelson Marcee bought of W. T. Doo-li- n made." Easy to prove Mc-Robe- rts to-da- Mr. and" Mrs. are not Ben Willard." "I don't kuow the gentleman." "You are the image of him," the girl added, ready to burst Into tears. Atkinson gave her another look as If undecided whether to apologize or say something harsh, then walked away very much disgruntled. While he had been thus engaged a friend he had come to the station to receive had escaped him. As he walked to the summer residence where he was staying he began to see the episode In Its true proportions and to become conscious of having made a guy of himself. Before the day was over he regretted not having apologized to the girl and longed for an opportunity to undo what he bad done. The next time Mr. Atkinson met the young lady whom he had mistaken for a thief he was dancing the cotillion at one of the "cottages." A line of ladies was advancing toward a line of gentlemen, and as the lines met the first gentleman whirled away with the first lady. In the coming line of ladles Atkinson suddenly espied the heroine of the stickpin. This In Itself was embarrassing, but when he counted the men ahead of him and the ladies ahead of the girl In question and discovered that she would fall to him for a partner his heart sank down into the heels of his patent leather boots. When the couples ahead of them were reduced to three Atkinson saw the girl's eyes fixed upon him and shuddered. He saw by her expression that she was about to take her re- that you Registered duroc-jerse- y boar, 1 duroc-jerse- y sow and pigs, 25 head of sheep. Farming implements consisting of 2 two horse wagons, 1 hay frame, 1 two horse corn planter, 1 sattley riding turning plow, 1 oliver turning plow, 1 oliver riding cultivator, 1 J. I. Case riding cultivator, 2 double shovel plows, 1 cutting harrow, 1 smoothing harrow 1 mowing machine, 1 two horse sled, 1 buggy, 1 Moyer buckboard and break harness, numerous other articles. TERMS announced at sale. E. W. PERKINS. Marksbury, Ky. Col. I. M. Dunn Auct. ll-3-2t y venge. When all those who had preceded them had sailed away In the dance and they stood face to face the girl turned on her heel, presenting her back to Atkinson In sight of all present, and marched out of the room. Atkinson made way for the man next behind him, wishing that some of those standing about would shoot him. He made his exit through a door oppo site the one by which the young lady had passe out and left the house. The rest of the evening was given up by those who were not dancing to a discussion of what Atkinson, who was known to be a gentleman and a favorite socially, had done to draw forth an Electric Succeed when everything else foils. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. Bitters over it is the best medicine ever sold FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE a druggist's counter. Fruit and Shade Trees My son, Henry Baughman, having decided to go to Atlanta, Ga., with J. H: Baughman in the wholesale mule business, 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. I 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 years 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 note. FREE DINNER FOR ALL. a mare for $100. Mrs. Mahan has returned from a visit to relatives in Tennessee. Miss Add Arnold has been visiting Mrs. Ben King at Marcellus. Mrs. Fannie Pollard has been visiting relatives in Lincoln county. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Speaks recently entertained a few friends at dinner. Robert Fox sold to Vick Lear a bunch of 150 pound hogs price 6 cts. Miss Margaret Jenkins has just returned from a visit to Miss Lucile Dawes of Georgetown. Messrs. B. G. Dunn and John Roys-to- n went to Lexington last week to attend the C. D. U. Convention. Rev. Mahan has recently closed a good meeting with the Mt. Tabor church, there were thirteen additions. Mr. Elmer Hurt and wife of Ceinton county have returned home after a visit to the home of Mr. William Tug-gl- that's he's right. Get a trial free, or regular 50c or $1.00 bottle. Guaranteed by R. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m E. TYPEWRITER USERS, $9 99; NOTICE. J.K.BAUGHMAN I. M. Dunn, Auct. HUSTONVILLE, KY, We have a good Oliver for sale for a No. 2 Smith Premier, slightly used for $30; No. 6 Remington in perfect condition for $30; No. 5 Oliver, three months old, with back spacer, only $45 and other machines in proportion. Write us and we will have our representative show these machines to you the first time he visits Lancas ter; we are district managers for the Royal Standard Visible (the most per fect typewriter ever constructed) and the machines named above with many others were taken on exchange deals for new Royals and will be sold at rock bottom prices. We are prepared to furnish parts for all makes of and ribbons and can save you much expense as we call and get all machines that need attention, Pastor Mahan assisted by Rev. Jen- saving boxing and expressage. For kins of Louisville began a meeting at anything in the typewriter line, write .his place last Sunday morning which us. New Royals, rented at $3.00 per month, and rental applied on purchase forgiveness." will continue several days, every-bod- y price later on. invited to come. Balked At Cold Steel. Rev Heilbron of California has re COLUMBIA PRINTING COMPANY, Manager Office W. O. Mclntyre, cently resigned the care of Pleasant "I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot Equipment Department, Grove church. Rev. Powell of Dan Kentucky. off," said H. D. Ely, "Bantam, Ohio, Danville, ville was called to succeed him as "although a horrible ulcer had been tor and will preach 2nd, and 4th, day's. the plague of my life for four years. Mr. Joe Tuggle of Virginia and Instead I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, friend Mr. Lancaster of England is and my foot was soon completely spending several days with his parents cured." Heals Burns, Boils, Sores, Mr. and Mrs. William Tuggle. Mr. Bruises, Eczema, Pimples, - Corns. Lancaster is an excellent organist and Surest Pile cure 25c at R. E. Mc- will give a recital at Danville before returning. Roberts & Son. e. pas-Sun10-27-- 4t expression of such contempt The next fortnight was one of profound suffering to Atkinson. He sent friend after friend to the young lady. Miss Langdon, with explanations and apologies. No reply came from any of them. When he met her on the beach she did not notice him. Had she shown again signs of her contempt he would have liked it better. He declined all invitations, fearing that he would meet her. But when an Intimate friend gave a cotillion party at which he was obliged to be present he was horror stricken to see Miss Langdon among the guests. He tried to shirk dancing the cotillion, but failed. Sitting in his chair, the picture of misery, waiting while the ladles were offering favors, what was his astonishment to see the girl he had taken for a thief advance toward him, smiling, and hand him a favor. It seemed as If the tortures of Tartarus were replaced by a heavenly balm. Placing his arm around her waist, he sailed away with her, neither speaking, yet both, attracting, from the nature of the case, much attention. When they had finished their whirl Atkinson said to her "Only an angel would have forgiven me my stupid blunder." "Only a fiend would have denied you Shrubs, Asparagus. Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. . The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. 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Save your self money and the city collector time. rTTTTTT TTTTTTTTT "1 wish you to be my bridesmaid." wrote my friend Clara "Wightman. "and you are to be matched with George's best man. Of all men John Bucklin Is the best, except George, who, you know, is the best in the world to me just now. And I have a feeling down in my heart, dear, that you and John will make a match. He Is everything you could wish for, except means. Buthe Is self reliant, ambitious, full of energy and hope, and, after all, a marriage with that kind of man brings more happiness than wealth. At any rate, it brings more zest to life." I don't know anything that will more Interest a girl than to have some one say, "I have a man picked out for you to marry." A pleasing curiosity Is aroused at once. True, these partners picked out by a third person are usually just what the girl doesn't want, or he doesn't want her, or they are repellent to each other. Nevertheless till they meet they at least the girl lives In a world of romance. She wonders what he is like in appearance, in intellect, in disposition, forming an ideal picture of him which when she sees him brings a great disappointment. Perhaps this Is the reason such Intended matches seldom materialize. "WtW The City Must Have Money at Once to Meet Current Expenses The Council has made you three new streets in the past few months and it should be your pleasure to pay now. Attend to this y and do not put off one minute. to-da- L. E. HERRON, City Tax Collector. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. Coal Oh Gars If you want COAL, see me. My Prices are right. Phone 36. H. C. Bailey AT DEPOT. TAXES IE Your Taxes for the year 1911 are now past due and the State and County needs money. Please call at once and settle same. Instead of being disappointed In John Bucklin I was greatly pleased with him. Ilis serious looks indicated that the world was to him an important problem. I had feared he would turn out one of those so called fascinating society men that I did not admire. He was very deferential to me. but if he bad been told that I had been picked out for him be showed no consciousness of the fact. Altogether our meeting was satisfactory in all respects but one. Mr. Bucklin showed no sign whatever that he took more interest In me than was warranted by the fact that I was matched with him at a wedding ceremony. However, the acquaintance made on that occasion was continued, and Mr. Bucklin became a regular caller at our house. He was usually very busy, but found time to show me some attention. Yet it seemed to me that he was doing it to please Clara, with whom he was on very friendly terms. Occasionally I would twit her with the failure of hpr plan for me. whereupon she would say: "I don't think John considers himself able "to marry just now. Besides, it seems to me that you treat him with marked indifference." As to her excuses for Mr. Buck Iln, I did not consider them of any moment whatever. 1 was surprised at her saying that I treated him with indifference, for I was not couscious of doing so. And yet Clara was doubtless right. If a match is designed by a mutual friend and the man in the case does not make a move in a matrimonial direction the girl Is very likely to treut him with either Indifference or something more pronounced. There was good reason why I should marry. The family purse was not plethoric, and father was growing too old to remain much longer in business harness. About that time we discharged our housemaid, giving out that we couldn't get n servant, but really because we couldn't afford to keep one. I did the work that the housemaid had done. When I swept and dusted I pinned my dress back and wore a towel over my head. Father encouraged me by saying that I looked prettier In that costume than when dressed for a ball. One morning I was sweeping the parlor. It was separated from the dining room by folding doors as well as a portiere. At this particular time the folding doors and the portieres were both closed. I heard the doorbell ring. I couldn't go to tin door in sweeping costume, but fat I. had not yet gone out. and I knew he would do so. 1 was about to run upstairs when I heard father's step in the hall and knew I was too late. Fearing he might bring some one iuto the parlor, I stepped between the folding doors and the portiere. I had scarcely got into concealment when father entered the room and with him another person. I couldn't see who' this person was, but all doubt on the subject was soon removed by hearing the deep sounding voice of John Bucklin. Naturally I was very much astonished. "I must go Into an explanation." he Bald to father, "for making n call at this unusual hour before I state the object of my visit. I sail this afternoon for South America, and so far as I can Judge I see no prospect of my getting back here possibly for years." I surely thought I should faint. "I shall cuter into some particulars," continued the man who had been picked out for me, "the reason for which will appear us I proceed. I have been admitted to a partnership with the firm by whom I have been employed und am going to South America to open a branch house there. I confess that I dislike going from home, breaking ties that have been forming ever rlnee I was born, to dwell among Itrangers." The marriage day had not been set. but things were gliding along, when the county fair committee came out with the list of premiums for the fail fair still many weeks away. It so happened that Mr. Huggins had made up his mind to grow a big cucumber for the fair. He had grown n monster the year before, but had not entered It And it so happened that Miss Smith decided to do that selfsame thing. Of all the things in her garden, which she worked herself, cucumbers seemed It to do the best of any vegetable. was one evening when they sat on the front doorsteps in their happiness that George mentioned the cucumber business and declared he would take the premium over the whole county. focate. "Why. George. I'm also going to raise They Well, I must do something. one." was replied. ,all knew that I was In the house and "All right, but you'll waste your would hunt till they found me. I time." could better endure to face my lover. "1 know 1 shan't. I grew one over My lover just think. of it! Better a foot long last year." call him my buyer I a pet dog for "That won't be enough this time. I his amusement! Better that I should grow squash or tocome out of hiding and face him than think you'd better matoes. I don't think we should combe caught eavesdropping. I tried three times to make a move before I pete against each other." The matter was argued good natured-ly- , succeeded. The third time, my heart but no decision arrived at beating like a kettledrum, my face "Lucy, dear. 1 ask this as a favor of beet, I bolted for the door red as a leading Into the hall, called to father, you." said Mr. Huggins as he took her "Never mind; I'm here in the parlor," hand. "George, dear, you can raise onions," then slammed it to impress it upon every one without the room that I was was the reply. "But 1 saved your life when you fell shut up with my proposer and was to be let alone. Then I turned and faced Into the well." him. "But the water wasn't over my head, And ho faced me. I don't, know and 1 believe could have climbed out which was the more ludicrous, the anyhow." gape on his face or the mortification "I wouldn't have believed you were mingled with wounded pride on mine. so stubborn." It seemed that we two rather than "Nor 1 ot you. I've always heard take up love and marriage were about you were open to argument and were to spring at each other like two wild seldom in the wroug. i'erbaps we animals. have made a mlstuke?" The proper thing for me to have done "1 hope not. but it looks queer to under the circumstances was to wait me that you stick out for cucumbers for him to speak. But consider the sit- the way you do." uation. If It was not enough to rattle "And It looks just as queer to me. any girl, had she even the heart of a George, do you think a knight of old flsh, then I am no judge of situations. would have been as finicky as you are? Instead of appearing sensible of the No, sir bo would have told his ladj compliment he had paid me in asking love to go right ahead and given hei me to be his wife, instead of explain- all sorts of encouragement." ing that I had been an enforced eaves"But 1 want to beat old Deacon dropper, instead of snying a lot of Swift He has taken the prize on cuthings I should have said, I did what cumbers for the last three years." I should not, pouring upon him a tor"And he's the very man 1 want to rent of abuse for proposing to make beat When his hog rooted up my a convenience of me. garden last year he wouldn't pay a He stood listening to me deferential- cent damages, but told me to sue and ly, attentively and, I must add, admir- be hanged." ingly. When I came to a pause he When Mr. Huggins left for home that spoke: night there was a chilliness in his part"I've seen you in a number of cos- ing. He was still sticking on cucumtumes, but I never saw you look so bers. The question had become a pretty as in this one." broad one. His whole future happiThen for the first time it occurred ness was at stake. He walked slowly to me that I was doing the wrong down to the gate, hoping to be called thing, and I became conscious of my back and told that Lucy had relented, costume. but there was no calling. She was I suppose it was the sudden change also realizing that the question bad of expression on my face. At any rate, broadened Next evening he went my proposer smiled. Then the absurd- down and sat beside the mill dam l ity of It all occurred to me, and I rea late hour Instead of keeping bis pressed a smile. I was in no mood usual tryst. It was so the next evenfor trifling. ing and the next Then it became a "Let me explain," he said. "In talk- matter of gossip that the engagement ing to your father I was talking as was off. man to man, not as man to woman. 1 As time went on the cucumbers assure you I have no such talk for grew and grew. They grew by day you." He came up to me and, taking and grew by night me by the hand, led me to a seat and And at last, when the day came that sat down beside me. What he said is their sterna were cut and they were not to be repeated, but it certainly was carried off to the fair on pillows, one not what he said to father. It put an could detect no difference between entirely different complexion on the them. They were twins. It was said matter and not only mollified me, but that the cucumber committee would thrilled me. have split the prize, but it didn't turn He didn't speak long there was no out so. Deacon Swift drove into the time. As soon as he had my answer grounds with a whoop aud a holler and he took up the practical part of the unloaded a cucumber that took the matter, explaining to me how much cake by ten points. Mr. Huggius saw loneliness It would save him If I would the unloading. So did Miss Smith go with him to South America, for he They were aware of each other's preshad a work before him that he could ence, but hadn't spoken. Now they not leave for. a long while, 1 consent- began to edge around nearer and after ed, agreed to meet him at the parsonawhile found themselves face to face. age at 5 o'clock and go with him from "He's a mighty mean man!" exclaimthere to the steamer, which was to sail ed George. at 7. "Perfectly contemptible!" How I got ready In a quarter of a "1 feel sorry for you after all your day to be married and go into a coun- trouble." try lying on the other side of the "And I for you." equator, how without a trousseau I was "1 want to get even with the deacon, Joined In wedlock to a man who had and I know of but one way. Will you never spoken to me of love before that help me?" morning, how the telephone summoned She took his arm, rfnd they walked Clara and her husband to be present away, and next month there was a at the church and how we were wav,ed wedding. Some folks have to go away to our foreign home were and through just so much trouble to find are the wonder of my life. happiness. 1 uu-ti- What in the world eould the man be driving at? "Now, it has occurred to me that I'm a practical sort of fellow, you know I have thought that the most sensible thing I can do of course there Isn't much time for such an important move What I am trying to get out" For heaven's sake, get It out! "The matter I am driving at is that I'd like to take your daughter with me as my wife." Well, I declare! ne wants to take some one down Into that barbarous country simply for company to help him through with his spare time. He won't take me! There was a brief silence, at the end of which I heard father ask, "Have you spoken to my daughter?" "I have not. In any event I would have asked your permission to do so, and this very unusual haste renders it essential." "So far as I am concerned," said father, "I have no objection. I will call Sadie, and if you think you can induce her to consent to such a hasty marriage you are quite welcome to try. But if you will be guided by an older man, a married man, you will not word your proposition to her as you have to me. I would advise you to tell her that this move Is the result of love, not an expedient. It doesn't matter that expediency is your principal reason. We must give women a little taffy, you know." Oh, these men! But a matter of far greater importance arrested my attention ut least it seemed more important at the time. Father went to the door and called me. Of course there was no answer. He went out into the hall and called again. Then I heard him go upstairs. "She's below." "Where's Sadie?" "No. she isn't." "She surely Isn't up here." "Find her." Imagine my feelings, standing bolt upright In the narrow space between the doors and the portiere, the man who had proposed for me so near that I was afraid he would hear me breathe, angry with him at his outrageous proposition to take me away to amuse him, sure to be discovered in this unfortunate, disgraceful position and, worse than all, in sweeping costume. I surely thought I should suf-- The County Fair Cucumbers By M. Isadics. Hats, pisses Hats. Up-To-D- ate QUAD lit- Childrens Hats. The latest styles selected by a Milliner of many years experience. Anything you desire in this line will be found here. Give us a trial and you will be satisfied. Prices in reach of every one. We have the Newest,Nicest and Most Millinery Store in this section of the state. Copyright. 1911. erary Press. by Associated When it was known that George Huggins, old bachelor, was paying his attentions to Lucy Smith, old maid, the people of Crowville said that it would be a good match on both sides. When it was known that there was an engagement there were many earnest congratulations. Mr. Huggins had a little home of his own and kept bachelor ball. Miss Smith had a little home of hor own and enjoyed n small income. The principals had known each other for years, and love had come about through an incident Miss Smith was at her well one morning to draw a pail of water when she leaned too far over the curb and fell in head first Of course a3 soon as she could get her head above water she began to scream. Mr. Huggins happened to be passing the house and heard her and went to the rescue. She was very wet and very scared, and In the excitement of the moment she fell on his neck and called him dear George: Mr. nuggius was also somewhat excited and the first thing he knew found himself calling her dear Lucy. After that Cupid's work was easy. SAUNDERS. 223 Main Street. B. F. HUDSON, President. 1 Danville, Kentucky. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. e Citizens CAPITAL S50.000. W. National Bank r J. OF LANCASTER, KY. SURPLUS $30,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. ROBINSON, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Safety Samual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Fill. .UUJM JWtJ,W JWWt Advice and Infor- mation are cheerfully given at our instituticn, and new comers are assured of the same courtesy as we are extending to our old patrons. Your mon ey will be well looked after and your banking business made pleasant when intrusted to the obliging service of this institution. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. I We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. PHOTOS We are in our Studio on the north side of Public Square in Lancaster, every SATURDAY. Give us a call for Photos, Kodak Finishing and Framing". The Gassidij Studio. Telephones Installed Since May st, 1911. 1 357 397 165 339-- J 363-- S 374-- 7 SUBSCRIBE FOR THE $1.00 iJT ' Starts Much Trouble. H G. A. Ballard Miss Fannie Bishop F. G. Hurt If all people knew that neglect of J. Q. Mahan J. W. Mahan Morgan George T. e - Ballard, CENTRAL RECORD Sheriff of Garrard Co. Per Year In Advance. G. A. S constipation would result in severe Dressmaking. 186 Misses Moss & Lay Vetinary Surgeon. indigestion, yellow jaundice or virulent afiK TV. R. T,. Pontius Residence Bright's Bend. James Rankin liver trouble they would soon take Dr. 383-Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. 384-T. C. Rankin King's New Life Pills, and end it Its 913 Tiimpr flanwntpr Grocery Camnbell St. Residence Crab Orchard St only safe way. Best for biliousnes, 381. Miss Margaret Zanone the Paste this in your telephone book. headache, dyspepsia, chills and debility. e Bastin Telephone Company, Inc., Lancaster, 25c at r. e. McRoberts & son 1 1 Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. Residence Crab Orchard St. Residence Water St. Residence 3 M Richmond pike. Residence 6 M Lexington pike. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. U A i-- m Kyk s x i V. . 'SSLiZF itlPWi tprrW BBrgpa gsyw&garrera ay tre gyra rsT-sa ?r& aerp fTTaUffyrmfTyruyi ' LY jf'CCrw V NOT 1" JX 8 21 & T b ppiest, Stylos Workmanship est, i;v iii I? 'i B A Coat or Suit from us. The only concern in this city or surrounding territory who can furnish you with a good quality Caracule or BEAVER COAT for $12.50. Prices The wJJi IN "M? 5naaLjr"K&srrs! grrnn "F" icataw 4u91 CfT!fc2L OINL,Y gsa THE xmw r?ar7w iCgrgrTya rn EXCLUSIVE X&J day. Miller. L3gJkaJl, KS LADIES' OUTFITTERS LANCASTER. sLjOLy Lo west. yrrea ggrrea re am syga rxr&&z?x&Lfie& g sysa.2s!s&.35?,vwcaL3' livssgiSfeiS Ky"S235''3k33rESiiTHsdar &jet i fr. Kagg38i3a 23afi5i3siSig & 1 Who isDave Dave is the only man that handles V eople N ve '! I A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those viz Are Interested in. sstp Messrs Frank Phillips and Mack Fish er of Stanford were visitors here SunMiss Maud Wilson of Richmond is here the guest of her sister Mrs. L. N. Miss Nell Jones of Flemingsburg is visiting Miss Darnell at the Lancaster N if"5 -- hospital. Mrs. Minter of Virginia is a guest the Simpson House. w N . -X. at Mr. Weiser.Baber of Peru Indiana visited Adolph Joseph Monday and Tuesday. Miss Nancy Walker visited friends and relatives in Richmond the first of Miss Allie Yantis is in Stanford visiting her cousin Miss Lottie Carson. &i. M S' 'f f' COAL IN LANCASTER. Lancaster Lumber & Rev. Tigert of Oxford University this week. was with Dr. E. H. Pearce Sunday. Miss Florrie Flood , of Richmond has Mrs. A. E. Wesley of Middleburghas been the recent guest of Mrs. Georgo been visiting Mr. and Mrs.' J. B. D. Robinson. So-pe- V . 1 -- s w r. I t Wk - Co, !i fcSaggha HjgrBMMfBifii.'BirUigg.itUiiia 'jaVaJ: MJa'irgianti-JiP'aiMiira- t GO TO THE If Mrs. John Cotton and daughter of Mrs. Elbert Smith of Jellico was Danville were here Wednesday for the called here by the illness of her mother funeral of Mr. McClellan Terill. Mrs. George T. Farris. ai Mrs. Joseph Faulconer of Middles-bor- o Mr. and Mrs.. Wm. Ball are receiving congratulations upon the arrival of a came down to the funeral of her daintv little Miss at their home. nephew Lewis H. West. Mrs. W. T. Malone and children of Mrs. Joe McCormack and children of Campbellsville are guests of Mrs. PS Paint Lick have been recent guests of Malones father Mr. W. C. Davis. Mrs. Sallie McCormack. Mrs. James Rucker has returned to was here Tuesday for the burial her home in Richmond after a visit to of Mrs. Mollie Myers Livingston. her sisters Misses Shugars. The many friends of Mrs. W. K. Mesdames Joe Arnold and James Shugars here at her former home reTurner of Richmond were guests of gret to hear of her extreme illness. Mrs. Annie Adams last week. Mrs. W. T. Short who has been Mrs. Banks Hudson and Miss Dove with her sister Mrs. C. D. Powell has Harris of Danville were here Friday returned to her home in Richmond. for the funeral of Louis H. West. 0. U. Terrill of Jenkins near CincinMr. E. C. Barnard of Washington nati was called to Lancaster by the D. C. has joined Mrs. Barnard at the death of his father Mr. McClellan Terhome of Mrs. P. D. Gill for a visit. rill. Mr. and Mrs. John McGee and daughThe Ladies Aid society of the Christer Miss May of Danville were here tian church will meet next Saturday Friday for the funeral of Louis H. afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. A, Yantis. Lawson of Miss Lottie Carson of Stanfoi"d is CofFy Kansas are visiting Mr. and the guest of her cpusin Miss Allie Mrs. C. A. Arnold. and- - Mr. Mrs. George T1VP i V J 1 Our buyer has just returned from New York City where for the past ten days he has been ac- PnO-QCTfr- l -- Elder J. G. Livingston of Crab-Orcha- rd Creamery I FOR p COAL r-- rr the place of the earlier purchases which had been sold out. The first large consignment of these late orders are now on sale, and in addition to being right up to the minute in style, our buyer secured some very attractive price concessions on a great many single sample Tailored Suits and Dresses, which makes our present showing the most important of the season. O 0 QOnnnO QrinifirkTQ CtHplrc wwww O -,-,.-. oVa .ww.v "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige a Cannel." i Each the best in its Class. w I I New Tailored Suits. There are just about three hundred of them and they consist of every type and material. Those of Serge and Mens' wear Cheviots in the new blue, leather and black are unusually smart looking. They are priced at West. Price. Mrs. Jennie West of Tulsa Okla Mrs. Thomas Slavin entertained at and Mrs. L. H. West of Douglas an elaborate course dinner in honor of Arizona are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. Boyle Doty and bride (nee Miss T. West. Mattie Arnold.) n H K ' ' H. v. BASTIN. I n MrBMIfWIflMfgriTgJll 9 i) W :gJgpWf?afll:gJll:SlMrMrH"l fci 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 avoid serious complications, treatment should staat with the first hint of troubl . U i m Elder Tinnell of the Bible College The Mary Walker Price Chapter of Lexington filled the pulpit at. the the U, D. C. will meet Monday afterChristian Church Sunday morning and noon Nov, 6 at the home of Mrs. Reevening. becca West, and a full attendance is Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Jones and requested. little daughter who have been visiting i Mr. and Mrs. Charles Denman Mr. and Mrs J. G. Burnside left Sat Mrs. C. A. Knight of Nicholas-yill- e urday for Louisville. motored to Lancaster and were guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Messrs Millard and Thurston West who were called here by the death of Mrs. Alex West. their brother Lewis West returned to An informal family dinner was given their home Sunday. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex The Woman's Club met Thursday West at which were present Mrs. J. afternoon at the Christian church. Westley West of Washington City and The leador was Miss Norma Elmore Mrs. Louis H. West of Douglas her subject being "The Early American History. Mrs. Mary iiolmes McAiee will on Saturday be united in marriage to Mr. Miss Margaretta Smith made a visit James M. Freeman of Baltimore. The to her home folks in Richmoud this bride was formerly the handsome Miss week. Miss Smith will have charge of Mary Holmes Lusk of Hustonville, the the hospital here for a few weeks dur- consummation to occur in New York ing the absence of Miss Darnell. City. Mr-and $15. 4jFC29' 4?a9 and up to $50.00 e Piece Dresses. We were fortunate in securing about 100 of the prettiest dresses that we have offered, and the collection is so varied as to accommodate every requirement and satisfy every purse. You will find practical dresses of Serge in plain colors, with little touches of lace and other trimmings, as well as the more stately Dress es of Chiffon and Crepe Meteor. Also a charming array of Young Ladies' Dresses in embroidered Net and Chiffon. These Dresses are Priced at $12.50 $3B $25. and up to $50.00 B NyaPs Stone Root Compound If taken in time will insure perfect freedom from kidney disorders It means strong, eealthy kidneys, regular in their action and blood free from injurious waste matter. 50c & $1. the bottle. the wMwBMiwi r . R E. oMcRoberts A FULL LINE OF BLUE (mjwmMwmmJ AND C& 1 Son. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Eward S. Ebbert of Cincinnati came Monday from Cincinnati for the funeral of Mrs. James Livingston, and are the guests of Capt. I. M. Myers and family. Mrs. Ebbert is the daughter of the late John D. Hearn of Cincinnati, who was Presi dent of the 3rd, National Bank of that city, and whose wife was a sister of Capt. Myers. Miss Thelma Hamilton the Utile daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Hamilton had the highest work of the graded school in the month of October her average being 99. Little Miss Hamilton is the youngest pupil in her grade. Smart Polo and 5eversible Coats The importance, of these recent purchases will readily impress you after an inspection. There is a marked scarcity of these soft, double-face- d materials, and we do not believe that any dupiicates can be secured. d Many entirely new models, also Velvet, VeTour and Broadcloth Coatsj as well as some very smart novelties in Evening Wraps. Coat Prices Satin-finishe- WHITE Enamelware just received. Prices lower then ever before. GIVE US A CALL. L. G. DAVIDSON mnjiamvvuvuTl'inj-uiP. jT.-JT.-jn.'- -'f Mr. W. H. Wherritt's 86th birthday was celebrated on Wednesday by a mostdelicious dinner being spread for Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Gaines of Mus- him at the home of Mr. and Mrs. kogee Oklahoma has announced the Thomas P. Wherritt. His many friends engagement of their daughter Miss wish this highly esteemed octogenarian Julia May to Mr. Harry E. Benson of many happy returns. Oklahoma City, the wedding will transpire this month.. The bride-eleFor Sale. and parents were residents of Having purchased a farm have de Lancaster for a number of years, she cided to sell privetely my property at being one of the leaders of society on Buckeye consisting of one 2 story seven many social occasions. room dwelling 4 acres of land, one good An artistic birth day card in the tobacco and stock barn, well, cistern, way of a ripened sheaf of wheat at- store house and all necessary out build tached to a card adorned with a splen ings. One of best stands for store .in did drawing of a pumpkin and appropi-at- e Garrard Co. if not sold by Dec, 1st, verses was designed by Missjeanie will rent. Also TOacres of good hemp or toLackey as a place card at the birthday dinner given Mr. W. H. Wherritt; bacco land 2J miles below Buckeye on Mrs. W. H. Wherritt was also remem- pike. Will sell in seperate tracts or as bered witha bunch of old fashioned a whole, well watered and fenced, near Richard Burton roses pinned to a card on which were Gunns Chapel. inscribed a message of good wishes. -ct 10-27-- 5t $i $22.50 $25.00 and up. We are now showing a very choice collection in New Furs in American Fox Nurobia Lynx, Real Beaver, Natural Opossum, Etc. FINE PU RS. Welsh & Wiseman Go DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. f h fc Hi mwfciiyiinmiM m Mpiurwtfca To The Voters OF THE I FARMER'S COLUMN I ft mA A A LJ dpace below this heading is for the exclusive use of oar farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot- afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be oulr in Vwo issues of the Record, free of charge - flKEM 05C1 ipXnnf I oo6ooooeo0oooeo6oeo&o6oooooooeo vK- r neoamt U : i mm BY m 'iPi Cjy - Go to the BEST Place if you want A 1 high grade Jersey cow, fresh. Will sell cow without calf. Good qualities and easily milked- R. E. Henty. For Sale FFTBIGG 9i the BEST WORK. We have the only Steam Ster Shop ilizer in town for Massage. St, on Richmond KENTRALPOWTJ ROGUE RIVER HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. Cil? iiiiftister I at the I Scarcely a tobacco field in the county but what is now covered with a splendid growth of rye. OREGON CCRRESPONDEI MCE VALLEY 3flHV" SOLICITE This For Sale 19 good early calves We are candidates for the office of City Council election November 7th. We think there are important matters touching the welfare of the people of the city that have been up before the Council heretofore and will be again. Feeling sure that all are interested in the proper settlement of these questions, we take this method of making our position known to the public. There has been a constant effort for some time past to secure through the Council of the City a long term franchise or right to operate a telephone business over yrur streets and in your city. In all these plans proposed if this Right had been granted there would have been a considerable raise in the rate over that now being charged. The interest of the country patrons would not have been protected, as we deemed same should have been. And the peo1st. ples interests were not properly as we thought they should have been. Those of us upon the present board opposed the granting of your fianchise to any Telephone Company under the conditions and forms as suggested If elected; we pledge ourselves to the people that we will not favor any Telephone franchise in whieh the rates of safe-guarded charges are not fixed, in which the rate is increased above the present rate charged, and in which these interests are not fully and protected, to the full extent of our power and ability. safe-guarded 2nd. The Council has submitted to a vote of the people of the City the question of whether Bonds shall be issued to extend the Water Works to Dicks River. Upon that question you will vote as you see fit. If you vote to extend the Water Works and select us to serve you as your officers, we pledge ourselves to carry out your wishes ir. the most practical and economical way to be found. 3rd. Those of us upon the present Council have labored diligently to give you the best possible streets in the most economical way at our command. What success has come to our efforts you can best observe by a drive over our streets and a comparison of the present condition with same as you recall the streets when we assumed the duties of office. We feel confident that you will approve our efforts. We all pledge a continuation of the work upon the present plan as nearly as may be at our command. 4th. We pledge, if elected, to give our best efforts to serving the interest of the people in all matters that may come before us, and to continue to give you a quiet, orderly City by the strict enforcement of your city laws. We respectfully submit to your consideration, and solicite your confidence and support. This Oct 20, 1911. B. F. Walter. H. C. Hamilton. W. M. Zanone. R. P. Gregory. G. S. Greenleaf. Are You Fl woman 0 t ! 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. j 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. -- The sooner a flsli Is got Into the 5 ' frying pan after its tail has quit wigForest Stapp sold W. B. Burton a year old combined horse for 225. and a gling the sweeter and more toothsome It will be. But the reverse is true of 5 year old .harness horse for $200. the other staple meats, which are much Improved by ripening. W. B. Burton purchased a pair of 5 year old mare mules of Gentry & The milking machine Is as yet In the Thompson of Lexington for $515. experimental stage, no make having all been For Sale: 482 acres of land on pointsput on the market possessing deof excellence that could be Sugar creek, 6 room dwelling all necIs reason to believe that essary out buildings. For further in- sired. There one of the chief reasons why the maW. T. Walker, formation call on. chine milker does not take more readiMcCreary. ly is the time and pains it takes to keep it sweet and clean. All of the early sowing of wheat is up and looking fine, while in many in Not the least of the serious effects of stances the grain has not yet been the drought which has prevailed for sown. The delay was occasioned by the past year or more is the reduction the rains either making the ground too of flowing streams to a point where wet or hindering the farmer to get his they no longer furnish sufficient power to operate mills situated along their corn cut in time for early sowing. course, in sections nloug the Atlantic Matlack & Shropshire have sold to seaboard hundreds of factories have Col. C. L. Railey, the famous saddle had to close down for this reason horse fancier, the prize winning three alone. gaited saddle mare, Billie Burk, by Intemperate Is not a word whose Bourbon Chief. The price is not given dictionary meaning Is limited to the but is a good one as she was a consis- use of beverages containing more or tent winner at the principal fairs of less alcohol. It is just as intemperate and often just as injurious to health the state the past season. to rush the coffee or tea pot as It is to F. C. Rex registered "rush the growler." The only differFor Sale stallion, 5 years old, 16 hands high; also ence is that it may be viewed as a big black Jack, Beecher Morgan, 5 little more refined or respectable type years old. 15J hands high, for further of intemperance. information call on me where you can The making of peanut butter is a see this stock and their colts which will simple matter. After roasting the nuts convince you what good breeders they to the right brown color they should are. Floyd Curtis, Point Leavell Ky. be shucked, the brown skin removed and the beans then run through the Caywood & Thomason, of this coun- grinder enough times to convert them ty, shipped last week to the Pittsburg into a fine paste. The butter should market two carloads of fine cattle then be packed In glasses and kept covwhich averaged, 1,485 pounds per head. ered until used. If the butter seems The cattle were purchased from Mr. to be too dry It may be moistened peanut or olive oil. a W. B. Woodford at 6J cents per pound with little and are said to be the finest lot ever In watching swallows on the wing shipped from this county, Bourbon this season the writer has noticed that News. while their flight during May and June seemed to be at a height of from sixty Much complaint is being heard from to a hundred feet from the earth the farmers of damaged corn. In some their range during the latter part of instances the loss is said to amount to July and August was from 100 to 2o0 as much as a bushel to the shock. feet We- have never seen the fact This is supposed to be due to the fall explained. It is doubtless due to the fly during the rains. The crop which was thought to height at which insects periods mentioned. far exceed that of adjoining counties does not by any means come up to exMany folks kill snakes on sight, pectations. whether harmless or not, when the truth Is that those that are not a Messrs. Catesby Woydfork, of Bour- menace to human life should be probon county, and Phil Chinn, of Fay- tected as voracious consumers of rats, ette, have decided to ship their mares mice and gophers. The blacksnake Is to Australia where they will be sold in one of these rodent enemies. Another March. Mr. Woodford will send six- is the indigo snake, which Is found in teen picked mares while Mr. Chinn many southern states and sometimes reaches a length of eight feet This will send eighteen. A veterinarian is reptile is a foe of rats, mice and making the mallian test and as soon as gophers, Is highly prized by plantation this is completed the mares will be owners and is often petted and fondled shipped to San Francisco by express by children. and from this point they will be shipNow and then a case Is tried In a jusped to Melbourne or Sidney. tice's court involving loss of manure W. B. ,Burton shipped on Wednesday by fire after being spread in the field, question raised of what its another consignment cf stock to the and the worth may be is an Interesting one. Wilson Live Stock Co. of Wilson N. C. Tests show that barnyard manure may The las shipment consisted of 13 horses have a value In crop production rangand 12 mules, the horses averaging ing from $1.73 to 2.23 per ton. hut S175. per head and the mules $200. per damages might have to be reckoned on head. This company which Mr. Burton what It costs a fellow to get and represents, is one of the most exten spread It In case It was got elsewhere sive buyers on the local market, and than from his owu place. It's a hopeevery year Mr. Burton gets together ful sign this starting damage suits barnyard fertilizers gone on several car loads of the best this sec- up account of in smoke. tion produces and .consigns it to them. - 100 good ewes. Phone 380 H. J. and H. Thompson matter must not be reprinted out special permission. JLELJ with- ll JttfPs flv t Jersey Bull Heniy Simpson 8842 Season 191 i. J. W. LAWYER SWEENEY. J. E. Robinson, and COUNTY ATTORNEY. Will Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Office over Police Court. Phone 194 Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave The Only Two White Barbers la Towb. See the tall sign, North side of Public Square. . M HOUSE. DR. Wm. BURNETT PhYsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6. H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. Dentist. Paint Lick, . r IMB-tf- Kentucky. v M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Jllllinery- .- Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Men's Garments. Phone 340. Public Square. -- ti h. lv. Faulkner, fllgr. Office Hours 8 Office over a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store. B. F. Phone 65. DENTIST. " Walter. Lancaster, Ky. fl. J. T1NSLEY, PHOXEJ529-J- . County Surveyor. Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. Lancaster, Kentucky. wfe.PJPf Glas3e3 Ivlkjf ' E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 0000OOOOOC0000COOOoocoCH)oog "...... Water Works ond TOO MUCH LOVE Issue. ! 1 fe The ! Woman's Tonic or B nswSKTwrfissS'vtnrymw'vr 'ss:?rFmr& WIMTER TOURIST TICKETS FLO ALL TO J jf" AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS jL 1, OP SALE DAIL.Y VIA i DINING CARS EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE LIGHTED GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FOR FUU. PARTICULARS, - CALL ON AHY TICKET ACEHT. QUEEK & CRESCENT ROUTE, LEXINGTON, KY. IL C KINO. Pasieajifa& WHITE .Ticket Agent, 101 03 E. Main St, HKHKiflHHHl A copy attest: R. W. McRoberts, City Clerk. 10-20-- 3t IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, all members of the Council being present and voting affirmatively, on a call of the vote, that, at the general election to be held for the State, the county of Garrard and City of Lancaster, on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November 1911, the question be submitted to voters of the said city whether or not, the city shall incur an indebtedness of twelve (12000) thousand dollars to be used for the extension, betterment, and improvment of the city's water works system the said indebtedness to be paid as follows the issuance of bonds in sums of one hundred (100) dollars each, each bond bearing interest at the rate of five (5)"per cent per annum from date until paid, payable annually on presentation of the coupons attached to the bonds at the office of treasurer of the sinking fund. Said bonds shall be redeemable as folIows:-On- e fifth 5 thereof four (4) years from tlreir date; one fifth thereof eight (8) years from the date thereof; one fifth thereof twelve (12) years from their date; one fifth thereof, sixteen (16) years from their date, and one fifth thereof twenty (20) years from their date. The amounts of money to be raised annually for a sinking fund and the payment of interest on same bonds is the sum of six hundred and twenty-fiv-e (625) dollars for the sinking fund, and six hundred (600) dollars to pay the annual interest charge. The Council deems it necessary to incur this said indebtedness for the reason that the same cannot be met by the levy authorized by law. the-leg- al by Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was cured in one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, regular size bottles only 25c at Stormes Drug Store. We Surrender Carrots. It Is estimated that in 7,000 years pected. the food supply of this country will run short If we are not careful. For the love of posterity we promise to sacrifice parsnips. Exchange. The Mt. Sterling Advocate says of the condition of the corn crop in Montgomery county: Corn cutting is about over. The yield of corn is absolutely the worst that could have been grown and cattle men will have to buy heavy through the brokers. While a few fields show good ears, most of them will produce nothing but nubbins. Another thing that is causing much loss to the farmers is the fact that the rainy weather has caused the ears which have been in the shock for some time to rot, while the fodder is also decaying, and some of the farmers have shucked out and housed their corn before it was good and hard, thus making an effort to save it from total ruin. Fodder will not be as good as was ex Balked At Cold Steel. off," said H. D. Ely, Bantam, Ohio, "although a horrible ulcer had been the plague of my life for four years. Instead I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and my foot was soon completely cured." Heals Burns, Boils, Sores, Bruises, Eczema, Pimples. Corns. Surest Pile cure 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. l-- m "I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot urn Mowers uWare McRoberts. J 00OOO&00a0 Henry L. Casey, d.v.s VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry rhllipplne Islands. United States Army of QUALITY. IJUENA VlbTA Miss Ethel Evans is a victim of fever. Miss Margaret Askins is with rela Office Telephone 2 at Logan's Stable. and 432. DANVILLE. KY NOTICE. Pursuant to the following proclamation "Frankfort, Ky Sept, 18, 1911, By the Authority vested in me by Section 1523 of the Statutes of Kentucky, I hereby proclaim that a special election will be held in the Thirteenth composed of the Counties of Mercer, Boyle, Garrard and Lincoln, on Tuesday November 7th 1911, for the purpose of electing a Circuit Judge for said District to fill the vacancy caused by the death of Judge M. C. Saufley, Ben L. Bruner,Actmg Governor, By the Acting Governor, Ben L. Bruner Secretary of State By R. A. Cook, Ass't and Acting Secretary of State," notice is hereby given that a poll will be opened in each;of the voting precints of Garrard County, on November 7, 1911 for the purpose of filling the vacancy in the office of Circuit Judge, as above stated. G. T. BALLARD. Sheriff of Garrard County Kentucky. tives at Burgin. Master Hensel Lane spent last week with his aunt in Nicholasville. Mrs. Rubetts and niece Gladys Wells spent Sunday with relatives in Dan- Royal blood and splendid individuality. ville. Fall boars and gilts for sale. Mr. and Mrs. Skirvin of Williams-tow- n visited their cousin Mrs. George J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. Lane last week. Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs V (1-- (1-- 5) (1-- 5) (1-- 5) Circuit Court District of Kentucky, (1-- 5) Mr. and Mrs. "A. T. Scott spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rogers at Nicholasville. Mr. Frank was called to Mason county last'Week, by the illness of his baby who is with his sister. Mrs. George Smith of Lexington Mr. and Mrs. Daud Pettit of Wolcott, Dr. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky. Oftlice H. T. Logan, Mayor. " ; .- i Indiana are the guests of relatives I have just opened up a new, clean here. Quite a number of hogs have been Persons boin during this month are shipped out of this section in the last possessed of much will power, great tact and taste, are courteous and af- few weeks, Prices ranging from 5J to on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my fable, are noted for their wit and last 7cts. not leaslt show that they know a .Miss Lucretia Skinner spent Friday friends to call and see me. Clean but good thing as soon as they commence night with Miss Bastin of Lancaster, Tools, Sharp Razors, Close AttentioajT.. to trade with R. S. BROWN. The and attended the association at store that sella Cadet Stockings. Hyattsville. BETSY'S POINTERS Barber Shop -- JOHN DUNCAtf. - iP ? j ; 'V-- , -- c . , a v 3- rJ?.- - - "J - "t-,- s