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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 10, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911111001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 10, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 V. X , .s-- --- . '-v THE CENTRAL REC OJKJ3 POKE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1911. Farra Wins. mmm U NUMBER 31. E&&&8& xHi1l;;?;'.vuvgr7SSTlS.yJ f.aaaeiaaavTC lwcaw m jbmj W HEATING AND m PLUMBING We use the best material the market affords. Let us makeyou an esti-maon your wants. te We install the Pneu- - s matic Water System in Lcountry homes. All inquiries cheerfully m Lswerea. I'tjvy" -3- - w CONN BRUT Lancaster, Ky. Sf&&3 John M. Farra was elected to represent Garrard county in the next legislature, carrying the county over his opponent John L. Dozier by a majority of 179 votes. This is Mr. Farra's first try at politics and his popularity no doubt carried the County Democratic. Garrard county people will now have the satisfaction of knowing that they have a representative in the legislature of whom they may well be proud, as well as one who has to the minutest detail the welfare of the county at heart. Though not born in Garrard county Mr. Farra came here in his early boyhood, his mother is a native of the county, and ever since he has been old enough he ha? taken a deep interest in the affairs of the county, and no man has done more to further the interests of the town and county than John Farra. There has never been the least possibility of us securing any thing in the way of improvements or that would tend to benefit the town or county, that he was not found quickly at the front, putting forth his every and best efforts to forward the. interests and secure what might be of benefit to his home people. The obstacle has never seemed too unsurmountable for him to attempt to overcome, the distance too long for him to travel, and the amount of energy too great for him to put forth in behalf of his native county and his home people. Now that he has been elected to the legislature his sphere of usefulness will be enlarged, his opportunities to serve his people will be increased, and we will all feel assured that he will in no wise neglect us. Young, intelligent, energetic and progressive, he is sure to make his mark, and it is an assured fact that he will make some of the old timers at Frankfort sit up and take notice, and too, it will behoove them to look to their laurels, for we can assure them that there is no end to Mr. Farra's possibilities and that he is not the kind of man that will re- satisfied on the ground floor. irra requests the Kecoru to Mo the people of the county his y sincere gratitude for the splendid support they gave him, and he desires to assure them that.in attending to his duties at Frankfort that he will know no party, no class, clique or clan, that he desires to and will be the representative of the entire people; regardless of party affiliation, and that he will put forth his very best effort to serve them in an acceptable manner. jHEADQUARTERS FOR at in loves Florence, Moores Air Tight, 20th Century, Coles Hot Blast 1 1 w'f n&SJw A Mm t i fat Vi 111 . ViV w 111 I& SBS? tJ i mv 'j5t "- -" The Wonder, School Stoves, j" f k ;jj n tSSssSfi-i:- 7 ' 8 rTl m Tm2MrS. .wsasjss?v,c ..vr r. fci&? r- g?tHa ELOUMCC -' ' Tobacco Stoves V r-?- M. Jay - w ;lt53i L- i ,- Oil Heaters, 1 1m Senator Jas. F. ftosworth of defeated his opponent Dr. liar ? ? ry Hendren, independant republican by . a good majority. 'rti ' . . '' ' The election passed off quietly in this m : : : county, no report of any friction being : 1 reported from any of the precincts. ?, 2:!Ji i::i The vote was an unusually heavy one GH 10.". JO." l.l. lUSl 118 J ! IK.' but the people came and voted and re'Oil !1 J 2tK i! niy' l.fj; hit u turned home and the usual congestion Ml Ulii i'l ill about the polls was noticeable by its !m iaoi . us absence. i; ( r B2rS rr6& KissKSBSsaiSHses i rwv!iw,:"-. AtJt.fc In fact any kind of Heating -- V. ar HA. o PRECINCTS. anS3 '. -- I n MiJ-dlesbo- ro 2 o a ai IWiifc.. ij T".4f " 5&3&:L'i&ii s i l2lAti si stovefrom z Court IlniiM: Ka,t Park West Park Kiist BrjnntsvilJc West Iirrnntsvlllu Huckeye Walker's School Hon-Paint Lick Union $2600 TO $40.00. HASELDEN BROS. :rgJ!iiai!TrSJl;: -- iuJl"liMiMirarFriJlMHfli '- 181 Pi")! 174 j li'l IN 1H lTo! Holdover members, all Democrats. Democrats elected, 14. City Race. Republicans elected, 5. The old board was elected by a good Total Democratic strength. 33. majority in the race for city council-meTotal Republican strength, 5. The water works bond issue In the House Number of members carried, 191 voted yes and 31 voted no. to be elected, 100. Probable number of Democrats electIn the city council race W. M. Zanone ticket he re'eoived 315 votes, ed, 79; Republicans, 21. leadsrtfe Joint Assembly Probable number Parker Gregory received 309, H. C. Hamilton 305, B. F. Walter 295, G. S. of Democrats, 112; Republicans, 26. Greenleaf 273. Wm. Herndon 2152, J, R REDEEMED! Mount 81, J. D. Gulloy 57, Sam Cotton 43 and A. F. Sanders 43. Messrs Cot- Back To Her Qm Conies Old Kentucky. ton and Sanders had requested that In solid phalanx Kentucky's demo thejrame nqtJjQjMt'.Gn Jlhe eld cratic hosts march to the polls and cast council will bcgin'at once to make plans a ballot for the old time leader. James Democrats swept Louisville and Jef- for a better system of water. They B. McCreary, which elected him by beferson county, McCreary carried by are going to have an expert here in the tween thirty five and forty thousand 5175 and only one republican represen- near future and decide upon the best votes tative was elected in the whole dis- and most economical plan. McCreary carried ten out of eleven trict. James Quarles, democrat dedistricts, only the "bloody eleventh" feated Nat Cureton for Chancellor by can now lay any claim to republicanism O'Rear Falls Short. 5271. and even in that rock ribbed stiong-hol- d tobacco where Judge Majorities 19 n. -- Total iiaii:w2u:ji.nr Complexion Of Next General Assembly. Jn the Senate & UT 4kl &&5ffttf&W )Bk fiasiW Ma BMer ams si jsrvi ir.RHiii.iaiHis? -.j" tM ms s sss 6. a a a, nr Kwaj n tss r & r ft. :V SISBI !?3?3 Has? ex jrt u in s-- i rcj i iv. ZM s?r .- JK mW "s2-- X Af'Sm m S xp I! 11 w lfl Bk 'till 7$Jt Wx . SSL k LTS r If nor li Is &jgmt' Attention Ladies See our NEW FALL Line of FINE FOOTWEAR made by the SHELBY SHOE CO. All the New Shades in Velvets and Tans. Up To Date Toes and Lasts. --- None Better, Few As Good. Let us sell you your FALL SHOES, Quality and Style considered, we will save you money. , LOGrAN. , . 4 s - 'A -- "V ist zr The extravagant claims made by the republican leaders previous to the election proved to have been without semblance of foundation, as they in everj instance failed to materialize. The much flaunted claims of Judge O'Rear of strength among the tobacco growers of west Kentucky and in the eleventh district also failed to materialize. And in the fore front of the battle and a deserver of a liberal share of the laurels of victory is the good old county since 189G. of Garrard: for the first time since the The Republican claim of 40,000 ma war in a gubernatorial race she gives jority in the Eleventh district fell a democratic majority, giving Gov. Mcshort over half. The returns received, Creary a majority of 159 votes. And with three Republican counties missing this is but right, we owe it to him, for failed to show that the Republicans from time immemorial has the staunch had carried their "Gibraltar district" old gentleman stood by us when he was by15,000. With the returns all in most needed, and never yet has he failfrom this district it will probably show ed to respond to our call for help, giva Republican majority of 17,000. ing of his time and money when the battle waged warm and the issue was Democratic County News. in doubt, and now right nobly does GarOn every side are heard praise for rard show her gratitude. Any attempt at a detailed and corCounty Committeeman W. H. Brown rect set of figures cannot be given in and secty. J. E. Robinson. Every one is congratulating them for the excell- this issue; the returns are coming in ent work in Garrard county. Never slowly, and while a majority of over before has the party been better organ 30,000 is assured for the entire demoized and it is partially due to these two cratic ticket, yet there is here and gentlemen that the democrats had such there a precinct missing, which when a grand victory in this county. While they are heard from will aller the it was known that Mr. Robinson under- figures given, but to no appreciable extent. stood the game of politics and was a McCreary and the democratic ticket good organizer, some people did not carried the first district by 9,908; know of the powers of "Boge" Brown second 4,G55; third 2,077; fourth 4,003; and there is not a democrat in Garrard fifth, which is the City of Louisville by county who does not appreciate this a little over 5,000; sixth 7,645; sevenih, splendid work. He has made a politithe "Ashland", which includes the city cal hit and no honors within the power of Lexington, 7,287; eighth 2,931; tenth of Garrard county democrats are too the home of Congressman John W. good for him, and he is sure to have Langley, Chairman of the Republican upon him in the future, Camp'aign Committee 2,5SG, and O'Rear We join the many democrats in the carries the eleventh by a reduced maj-iorcounty in congratulating Brown and of 13,933 votes. Robinson upon their powers of organiAside from the landslide in the state zation. Every committeeman in each race, it seems to have been a day of precinct did good work. The chairman democratic victories. In Lexington the of the Court house precinct was J. E. entire city and county ticket, with Robinson, of East Park, Dave Ross, of three exceptions was elected by majWest Park, J. W. Hamilton, of West orities ranging from 15 539, J. Hogan Bryantsville, W. S. Carrier, of East Yancey, and old Garrard county boy Bryantsville. C. A. Robinson, of Buck- receiving the last named majority and eye, E. B. Ray of Walker School house leading the entire ticket. Wood Rumsides, of Paint Lick, E. L. In Cincinnati Henry T. Hunt demoWoods, of Union, W. G. Gooch. Among crat defeated Dr. Louis Schwab repub the many other good democrats who did lican, for mayor by an overwhelming telling work for the party and who maioritv. This means the downfall of helped to steer the entire ticket to vic the great republican machine which tory were, W. L. Lawson, Jas. I. Ham nearly controlled Ohio, and which was ilton, T. B. .Robinson, J. B. Rubles, C. headed by George B. Cox, whose retire A. Arnoldf Woods Walker, J. 0. Bogie ment from the political arena is now Ebb Cooley, John White, J, P. Bourne, assured. Ashby Arnold, Geo. Ballard and many In Massasschusents Eugene N. Foss, others. We think that every democrat democratic, was elected Governor by a in Garrard county was. interested in plurality of 7,000, the republicans claim this election and came out .and lent ing the remainder of the ticket. In their time and energy in the election of New York the republicans secured cona ticket that will do honor to the name trol of the lower house. Cleveland and of" Kentucky and will benefit the mass- Columbus O, as well as Cincinnati elect r es of people. ed democratic mayors.- ht them-bestowed belts, In the O'Rear was reported to be the strongest, he was literally overwhelmed by Democratic votes. The Republicans had claimed that the large Democratic majorities in the First and Second districts would be largely reduced on acrider" troucount of the late "n-gbles and the alleged friendliness of the tobacco association member for Judge O'Rear. These pridictions, however, did not materialize, as both of these districts gave their largest majorities the majority was cut nearly half. fes 1 Best Shoe For Children, 1 We Guarantee Every Pair All Sizes I All v., Leathers. The House of Quality i? W. Smith, VrwVflWWFWril' TOnFRAWWAKHR&TWW f l&WtttjKoSir im. 7l,f-.- t " "'" - Q' if iAkmmV ty Now is the time to buy an 4 Hickory Wagon The strongest and lightest running wagon made. Buy Buggy and Wagon Harness while,they are so cieaK' - - mi . Z'.i-- i ! W. J. ROMANS. r- - ? J '. vj t. -i V - The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 The lection is over. Now we can begin to fatten our Thanksgiving turkey. Council Will Take Action. a year. DEATHS. Buford. GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Entered nt the Tost Ofiice iu Lancaster, as Second-Clas- s Mall Matter. Kj-.- , Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., November 10, 1911. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices ....$ 5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 per line Obituaries, The City Council in regular session Monday night voted unanimously to take action in regard to the title to the Park as the site for the Government building. They will confer with the county officials and if an amicable understanding cannot be reached, there will in all probability be a friendly suit filed to quiet the title. This is as it should be, now after the site is ceded to the Government by the legislature in 1912, and when Uncle Sam calls for his deed, a clear title may be given him. The remains of Mrs. Margaret Anderson Buford were interred in the ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Judge. We are authorized to announce ton A. Arnold as a candidate for ty Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. ClayCoun- authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a candidate foi County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic . party. We are For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for SherilF of Garrard County, subject to the action . i of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate forsherifi of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the L. democratic party. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomination of Assessor of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. B. , Collier as a candidate for the nomina- 8;tion for assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Huffman for a candidate for assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Magistrate. We. are authorized to announce John N. White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Walton E. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. I i. Gaines is the man that is going to have a corn show next court day. ll-3-- 2t Father O'Dwyer came down from Richmond and held service at the home of Mr. N. Miller Tuesday morning. The honor roll is in this issue of the paper. It should have been in last week and hereafter we will get it published the first week of the month. Judge Walker Himself Again. Judge Walker returned from Monday where he has been for the past week, and is greatly improved so much so that he began the November term of the Lincoln circuit court on Crab-Orchard Wednesday. Hide Out Brer Rabbit. The game law expires on next Wednesday, November 15th, when it will be permissible to kill quail, if you can find them, rabbits and other game peculiar to this section. The season closes again in so far as quail are concerned on Dec 31st, but it is safe to say that the "pot hunter" will exterminate all of them that remain in this section before that time. Richmond Poultry Show. We acknowleege with thanks the receipt of a complimentary ticket to the First Annual Meeting of the Madison which County Poultry Association, Dec. 9th for a meets in Richmond on four days meeting. The association is offering a very liberal premium list which should secure for them a splendid show of fowls. Mr. Coleman Neff is president and Mr. J. B. Walker secretary and treasurer of the association. A Worthy Enterprise, Help It Along The good ladies of Harrodsburg are making strenuous efforts to establish a hospital in that city, and have rented a residence to be used temperily for that purpose. If the citizens could come over here and let us tell them and see for themselves how much good our hospital has done, and what'a convenience it is, they would dig down in their pock etSand assist the ladies in such a substantial manner as would enable them to erect a hospital in keeping with that thriving town. "I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot morning. The deceased was Miss Maroff," said H. D. Ely, Bantam, Ohio, garet Anderson "a formerly well known "although a horrible ulcer had been Lancaster lady, who married the late the plague of my life for four years. Ambrose Buford, who was also well Instead I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, known here. Mrs. Buford died at her and my foot was soon completely home on Riverside Drive in New York cured." Heals Burns, Boils, Sores, after a long illness, she was in her 79th Eczema, Pimples, Corns. Bruises, year at the time of her death. noon. Surest Pile cure 25c at R. E. Mc- The heartfelt sympathy of the en Roberts & Son. Grow. tire community goes out to Senator Bitten By Snake. Mrs. Minnie R. Grow died at her Farris, and to every member Of the Good Colored Boy Dies. Colonel John Robinson, one of the home at Hackley in this county at 1 o'- family in the loss of their dear one. Elijah Hutchinson a reputable color proprietors of Crab Orchard Springs, clock Wednesday afternoon and her rewas removing a barn last Saturday, mains were interred in the Lancaster Patrons Of The Lancaster Graded School. ed boy and a former waiter at the in preparatory to the advent of the fox cemetery Thursday afternoon at 2:30 According to a previous custom I sub Kengarlan hotel died at his home hunters, who will be at by Rev. mit the Honor Roll of October for your Duncantown on Tuesday night and his o'clock after funeral services on November 13, when a huge rattle- F. M. Tinder. Mrs. Grow underwent consideration. The requirements for remains were interred in the colored snake, with fourteen rattles, succeeded a serious operation at the Lancaster admission to this Roll at .present are a cemetery Tuesday. in inflicting a wound upon Us hand.. hospital about two weeks since, but it general average of 90, strict punctualiTO AHiNG WOMEN Great pain fear was Mr. Robinson's afforded her only temporary lelief ; on ty on all duties and a grade of 90 on detime, but a free use of the "time- last Sunday afternoon she was removed portment . This Roll may seem rather for a Sound Advice Will Help Many A ly warning" soon assuaged the man's to her home at Hackley, it being her full but these pupils have very faith A Little suffering, and after confinement in his request that her last moments be spent fully performed their requisite duties. Sufferer In Lancaster bed for a .time, he was pronounced ,'out at home with her family. She was acThey are as follows: Thelma Hamilof danger." Danville Advocate. No woman can be healthy and well companied by her nurse Miss Margaret ton, Margaret Cook, Bernice Champe, Smith who remained with her until the Mary Davis, Wesley Dickerson, Hudson if the kidneys are sick. Poisons that Fox Hunters Meet. pass off in the secretions when the kidend came. Frisbie, Bowman Grant, William Mrs. Grow was the wife of Mr. GeorThe eighteenth annual meeting of the Clayton Morrow, Minnie May neys are well, are retained in the body National Fox Hunters Association will ge Grow, a prosperous farmer of Hack-le- Robinson, Carrie Bell Romans, Geo. when the kidneys are sick. Kidneys d She was the daughter of George Swinebroad, Kathleen Bratton, Sue and bladder become inflamed and next Monday convene at November 13th. for a weeks session. M. and Mary Raney. She is survived Fisher Respass, Mitchell Tinder, Marie swollen and worse troubles quickly fol This meeting has come to be quite an by her father, one brother. Willie Ran- Ballard, Maggie Brown, Elizabeth Col- low. This is often the true cause of enjoyable affair and is looked forward ey, two sisters, Mrs. Ed. Chandler and lier, Jennie Cox, Chas Dunn, Lucien bearing down pains, lameness, backache to with a great deal of pleasure by Mrs. Nelson Davis all of this county, Grant, Kate Holtzclaw, Mary Holtz-cla- etc. Uric poisoning also causes headLily May Sutton, Frank Tinder, aches, dizzy spells, languor, nervousnany people in this section. It is a by her husband and eight children. t, ness rheumatic pain. gathering together of splendid gentle- Mrs. Grow was a faithful member of Eliza Todd. Viola Tribble, Wood When suffering so, try Doan's KidWoods, Stella Brown, Elisha men, many of whom are accompanied the Christian church. She was a lovaJas. their families, to indulge in a harm- ble lady and had the love and esteem Carrier, Eugene Cochran, Martha ney Pills, a remedy that has cured jy less and enjoyable sport, and they do of a large circle of friends and acquain- Sweeney, Virginia Beazley, Gladys thousands of such cases. You will get everything in their power to make it tances. Frisbie, Jas Siler, Mildred Beazley, better as the kidneys get better and pleasant for all, during the meeting. Jno Harvey Estes, Mary Owsley, Annie health will return when the kidneys are William Jennins Lusk. Aside from the fox chase, there is alReid, Val Cook, Robt. Brown, Florence well. Let a Lancaster woman tell you Jennings Acton, Clarence Anderson, Sallie Cox, about Doan's Kidney Pills. ways a gay crowd of young people in The remains of William Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville, St., attendence and anyone who attends Lusk were brought here and interred Will Rice Amon, Kathrine Harris, Nelwill find the time will not hang heavily in the Lancaster cemetery Monday. lie Cox, Mary Wood, Annie Powell, Lancaster, Ky., says; "My experience on their hands. He died at the home of his sister in Kathrine Bourne, Samuel Embry, Mars with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to Biloxi Miss, last Saturday of malarial Swinebroad, Paul Morrow, Maud Davis say that they live up to the claims Foot Ball Game. fever. His remains were accompanied Florence Johnson, Ora Prayther, Mamie made for them. I suffered a great deal and could not sleep well The Richmond Foot Ball team came here by his sister and by his physician Stormes Dunn, Mary Etta King, Jane from backache On several occasions my back became Dr. Bullas of Biloxi. Only short ser- Terrill. down last Friday after-noo- n and played My pupils from the county are very so painful and weak that I was unable our school boys a game. The result vices were held at the grave by Rev. very good and would like to have many to attend to my housewwk. Being adC. C. Brown, the funeral having bee"n was 22 to 12 in favor of Richmond. held at Biloxi. more of them. vised to give Doan's Kidney Pills a Our boys played hard and fast and did The deceased was 3G years of age.son The average attendance is high being trial, I did so, procuring a supply at exceptionally well considering the fact of the late William Jennings Lusk, for 95 per cent of the enrollment. Frisbie's Drug Store. They helped me that the opposing team was very much whom he was named, and his mother Everything possible is being done to from the first and I was soon entirely heavier. The game lasted until after was a sister of the late Col. John K. keep down contagious and infectious relieved. dark and both sides fought hard until Faulkner and of Mrs. Elizabeth Denny Disinfectants, Formaldehyde the last minute was up. The local boys of this place, and a half sister of diseases. sulphur and crude carbolic acid are free STONE. had not had the training tl at the other Messrs Steve, Wade and Arch Walker. ly used. boys have had and could not get on to A report emanating from an unknown In the family were three boys, FaulkMrs. Lucy Martin of Lexington has the forward pass that Richmond made ner, George D. and Will and two girls, source has it that the State University most every touch down on. Curry Mrs. been visiting her cousin Mr. C. M. Eliza Lusk Walker and Mrs. has lowered our high Schoool from the Robinson, Willie Swope played a fine Hervey McDowell, all of whom with A class to the B class. Unless that his Moberly. game and "Babe" Lawson would bn a Mrs. Mat Naylor and Mrs. Mary Fain the exception of Mrs. McDowell, have been done in the last few days it would wonder as Quarterback if he had just a be a mistake. Rest assured that the and Mrs. Alice Ray of Buckeye have passed to the Great Beyond. little more weight, however he played The Lusk family were noted for high School will grow more thorough been visiting at Stone. a good game as did the balance of the There will be a pie supper at Scotts their open heartedness and popularity, instead of going back from the high players. Fork Saturday night for the benifit of and Will was no exception to the rule. position it has formerly occupied. The attendance was exceptionally I am glad to see the parents at any the orphants home at Louisville. good for this town and many people While living in this county and in Lancaster he was called friend by every- time and talk over anything that will spent an enjoyable after-nooA Father's Vengeance. one who knew him. and his cheerful tend to the betterment of the child's Yours very truly. disposition and kindly temperament condition. would have fallen on any one who atFor Kentucky's Advancement. caused him to gain friends abroad as J. L. Riley, Supt. tacked the son of Peter Bondy, of The Greater Kentucky Convention well as at home. He left Garrard South Rockwood, Mich., but he was which convenes in the Seelbach Annex county some ten years ago to be near Good Bread Recipes. powerlessbefore attacks of Kidney 5 in Louisville on November gives to his sister, Mrs. Walker, who was in Prof. M. A. Scovell, Director of the trouble. "Doctors could not help him," promise of even greater interest than Colorado. While there he engaged in Kentucky Agricultural Experimental he wrote, "so at last we gave him was at first expected. The requests the railroad business. After the death Station at Lexington, offers the fol- Electric Bitters and he improved for an allotment of time for the dis- of Mrs. Walker he never went back lowing recipes for bread making. The wonderfully from taking six bottles. cussion or vital subjects have been so west, but to Mississippi to be near his recipes are the product of Miss Aubyn Its the best Kidney medicine I ever numerous that the management deem- only remaining sister Mrs. McDowell. Chinn of the Dep't of Household Science saw." Backache, Tired feeling, Nered it advisable to devote more time to There he continued the business which and will doubtless prove of great value vousness, Loss of Appetite, warn of the meeting and the date was changed he followed in the west, that of rail- to the housewife. Kidney trouble that may end in dropsy, from Tuesday Nov. 14th to Monday roading, and had risen rapidly in his There is an idea among housewives diabetes or Bright's disease. Beware: the 13th thereby adding another day to adopted calling, winning the esteem that yeast bread is very difficult to Take Electric Bitters and be safe. the meeting. The various meetings and respect of both his associates and make and that it is about as cheap to Every bottle guaranteed. 50c at R. E. will be presided over by Gov. Willson, his superior officers. Within the last buy the baker's product. McRoberts & Son. Senators Bradley and Paynter, Mr. few years he had "united with the This idea is entirely erroneous. Twice George H. Cox of Owensboro and J. Presbyterian church and had lived an as many loaves of bread may by made W. Porter of Lexington. Questions of exemplary christian life, one that at home for the same money that you FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I e the most vital importance to the would assure him of a reunion with his pay lor the naKer s bread and there is I YOU'LL and advancement of Kentucky loved ones who have gone before him. no difficulty about the baking if a few V. will be discussed, among which will be. The Record joins with the host of simple rules are followed. "Fire Prevention," Agriculture Ex- friends and relatives in tendering deepGaines annual corn show November First of all the yeast must be fresh. tension Work of State University", est sympathy to Mrs. McDowell in her 27th. In most cases failures are due to careand many other subjects which will bereavement. lessness in regulating the temperature My house for rent for the year 1912. interest Kentuckians. Able men both of the bread during the rising period. Rella Arnold. Farris. from home and abroad will be, present If the liquid used in the bread is and take part in the discussions. The Another one of Lancaster's noble warmed up to 90 degrees Fahrenheit For Rent Upstairs and downstairs social features will also be attractive women has.gone to her reward. Mrs before mixing a great deal of time rooms. J. E. Storms. and all who care to do will be amply Henrietta A. Farris, wife of Senator will be saved. Another very important repaid by attending. Mr. John M. George T. Farris, breathed her last at For Sale First class Singer Sewing point in bread making is to have the Farra, who is Garrard county's dele- midnight, Thursday, November 2nd. Machine. Mrs. Susan Fisher. gate will be present and present our Mrs Farris had been ill for some time, sponge soft. It matters not what kind of bread is being made if yeast is used I have a large assortment of hair needs and views. A rate of one fare of intestinal trouble and while it was the dough should not be stiff for the goods. Rella Arnold. plus 25 cents has been made by all known that her illness was of a serious first rising. When the bread is mixed railroads for the round trip. nature, yet her death came as a severe it should be thoroughly beaten. OxyFor Sale China choset and side shock to the entire community. She gen is necessary for the growth of the board in oak, apply to this office. Corn Clubs. was fifty five years and two months old yeast plant and therefore should be inBring in your corn for the corn show. That Kentucky can increase her at the time of her death. troduced by vigorous beating. Big premiums offered by Gaines that yield of corn to a great extent is shown She was the daughter of the late The bread should be set to rise in a by the records which have been made John L. Arnold. She was first married tomperature of from 70 degrees to 90 Insurance man, by the boys corn growing clubs in to Harry h. Wilds and after his death degrees Fahrenheit, That is the usual For Sale Hill onions sets, hill many counties of the State. By ap- she married Mr. George T. Farris; to temperature at the side of the coal onions and white clover honey. plying modern and scientific methods the first union was born one child, range. If the place it is put to rise is Walton E. Moss. Phone 354F to the growing of corn, five boys in Myrtle Wilds, now Mrs. J. E. Smith of too hot the yeast plant will be killed. Wayne county succeeded in growing Jcllico Tenn. and her union with Sena- If it is not an even temperature, the Chickens For Sale. more than 100 bushels of corn to the tor Farris was also blessed by one bread is likely to rise high, fall and 250 Barred P. Rock cockerels and acre. One boy grew 112 bushels. child, Louise, Mrs. Stephen Walker of sour in consequence. It should not be pullets at $1.00 and $1.25 each.i There are more than 7,000 boys ir this place. Beside her husband and in a draught. Mrs. C. A. Robinson. terested in the contests. two children, Mrs. .Farris is survived After the mass has doubled its bulk, Phone 363B M. C. Rankin, Commissioner of Ag- by her mother, who lives here, two which takes from 2 to 3 hours where riculture, says the con- sisters, Mrs. Lester Wilson of Lula a yeast cake is used For Sale to 1 qt. of flour; tests will be brought to a close the Miss, and Mrs. Charles M. . Norris of the bread is ready to be worked over 38 J acres of land, welKimproved on last of the month and the county clubs Williamsburg Ky. and one brother, and made up into loaves and set to rise will hold their meetings during Novem- Joseph H. Arnold, a conductor on the for the second time. The second ris- pike, two miles from Lancaster, well ber, when the cash prizes will be aw- L. & N. R. R., who lives at Richmond ing takes sometimes an hour, usually watered. Price right, call on James P. arded to the boys who have made the No more lovable woman ever lived less. This time, too, the mass should Bourne, Lancaster, Ky. showing. The second best annual in Lancaster, neither was there one double its bulk. The oven should be For Sale. State Corn Show will be held in Lex- who had more iriends. Of the most moderately hot for rolls and rather a ington in January. Liberal premium, kindly and sympathetic disposition, slow oven for bread. Having purchased a farm have de especially in the Junior Department, she made warm fuends o" all with TWO GOOD RECIPES EOR YEAST BREAD. cided to sell privetely my property at for boys over ten years of age and whom she came in contact, and it was Buckeye consisting of one 2 story seven Plain Light Bread. under sixteen, will be given in the those who knew her best, who best rnnm rJurollinc A nprpa rf land, nnftcnod contests. The Show will continue loved her. A kind and loving wife 2 cups milk (scalded) , 2 tablespoons lard tobacco and st0ck barn, well, cistern, from January 2 to 5, 1912, and anyone and mother, a tender and sympathetic 2 cups water, 2 tablespoons (level) butter store house and all necessary out buildwishing to make an entry can get th friend and neighbor, it is not alone in 1 cake yeast, 1 teaspoon salt, 6 to 8 ings. One of best stands for store in premium list and rules of the show by her own immediate home circle that cups flour, 2 tablespoons sugar. Made Garrard Co. if not sold by Dec, 1st, writing to George Roberts, Sec. , Lex- she will be missed.butbyallv.kh whom up according to the proceeding rules. will rent. ington, Ky, Some of the best corn in she was acquainted. She was a conGerman Coffee Bread Also 70 acres of good hemp or toKentucky is raised right here in Gar- sistent member and regular attendant 2 cups milk (scalded) ,2 tablespoons but- bacco land 2i miles below Buckeye on rard county, and our young farmers of the Christian Church. ter and lard, 3 tablespoons sugar, 1 tea- pike. Will sell in seperate tracts or as should get busy, organize a county Coming of a family which never spoon salt, 1 cake yeast dissolved in a whole, well watered and fenced, near cjub and put up some good entries in shrank from the call of duty, a mess- cup lukewarm water, 3 cups fiour. Richard Burton Gunns Chapel. the State Corn Show. age sent by telegraph to her husband, Let it rise two or three hours, Af-1-- m Lancaster cemetery last Saturday portrays strongly that trait of her character:- - In the memorable year of the 1900 at Frankfort. Ky., when Goebel trouble was at its height, and immediately following his assassination, she wired her husband, who was then in the Upper Ky. House rep resenting this district, to "stand at his post of duty, I had rather have-yobrought home a corpse than to know that you had failed to discharge your duty." Of such material were the martyps of old. After short services at the grave conducted by her pastor, Bro. Tinder, her remains were interred in the Lancaster cemetery on last Sunday after u ter rising beat in three eggs, two cups raisins and flour enough to make stiff dough. Do not knead but roll out and put J inch layers in shallow pans. Let it rise a second time. When it is ready to be baked brush with white of egg and cinnamon. Balked At Cold Steel. STOVES Ranges, and Heating Stoves. Cook Foot Warmers. Oil Heaters. Buggy Robes. Buggy Harness at reduced prices Children see Dollys Little Range. MOUNT, 4X$&&&&&Z Crab-Orcha- rd SON & CO. Kin-nair- d, y. 0KKK?0 Crab-Orchar- w, Wil-mo- 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. " Tfeo Oassidy Studio srex jsrmt at isydrtitf.y.srgi garcs.iTr,75a,TTs7T B. F. HUDSON, President. gyi zsra nm ar J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. Te Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. Rigney, SURPLUS $30,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. n. J. J. Walker. Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. j. Prompt Attention. 13-1- s. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. 1-- m wel-for- ,. J I' w" 2 w jsSSBrS 9 H-3-- 2t They lastalifetime. They're Fireproof Stormproof Inexpensive Suitable for all kinds of buildings. ror further detailed information apply to Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, 11-3-- tf ' ll-3-- 2t m B I Stormes Automobile Agency. The car without a fault. and Chamlers 40, 36 30. XSrj 1 corn-growi- Maxwell 363025 and 16. The car that is sturdy and reliable. Hupmobile 20, all models. The peer in its class for reliability and economy. We demonstrate and convince. Ask Tor literature ahd information. gas tanks sold and exchanged. Pres-O-Lite tf. corn-growi- ixxras;tLxxxx) mwM&Mwm0M Telephones Installed Since May 1st, 191 357 H G. A. Ballard 397 Miss Fannie Bishop 165 F. G. Hurt 339-- J J. Q. Mahan 363-- S 374-- S WE HAVE EVERYTHING F?OR YOUR CAR. 1. J. W. Mahan G. A. Morgan Misses Moss & Lay Dr. R. L. Pontius Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. Residence Crab Orchard St. Residence Water St Residence 3 M Richmond pike. Residence 6 M Lexington pike. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. Residence Bright's Bend. James Rankin Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. C. Rankin T. Grocery Campbell St. 213 Turner & Carpenter Residence Crab Orchard St 381 Miss Margaret Zanone Paste this in your telephone book. 383-- U 384-- A 186 365 Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. , 10-27- -5t The Bastin Telephone Company,. Inc., Lancaster, Ky. 4 I. r 4,jc . .v3i. 5u,'e m saE7TTCT gsr TElHPrEJL42J,'TISa;fiPrCiLdE?r I F NOT H VK iST bs T 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. TTlx Who isDave Dave is the only man that handles REO STA 2C TEJ-l&iS&l " raareg tlV IIB THE OfNUV EXCLUSIVE Styles The naiDTDiest. Workmans hip Best, Prices The Lowest F"wrj535j,Tsria tiir JPIOLy . --LV "" - " "- - - nBr.ia S-i- J EN-- ? m EiflJ & t ssza P-- a j"W STJC- -1 irx. tJt ABEaoBtatJi tsI -- J fT"i & LADIES5 LfflHTiSTTZLiEar'Sl OUTFITTERS rqsE Lin- IN LANCASTER. Jar5rajar p EUESkiHy kiSSr Gossip About People N N N 3 A Rri--. Mention v. ...w ww . ,.. ...... av...w.. ftf 4h fnm:nife anil Ooings by lhose Wt Are interested in. ) Mr. J. D. Gulley was in Richmond Monday. Miss Anna Britton Moss is ill COAL IN LANCASTER. Lancaster Lumber k U Co. During the evening the prices of of Miss Bessie Brown of Richmond will farm machines at home and abroad tonsilitis. be the guest of her parents Mr. and were discussed. It was shown, by an Mr. Crit Eubanks of Stanford was in Mrs. R. S. Brown. iuvestigation made by the United town Monday. States Government, that a John Little Miss Mary Lee Lear is num- Angelo Burnside has returned to San binder which a Kentucky farmer can Texas, after a visit to his parbered with the sick. buy for about $125.00, costs the Engent Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Burnside. lish farmer $135, the French farmer Miss Bessie Schooler is visiting Miss Angie Kinnaird of the D. & D. $173, the Swedish farmer $1G0, the friends in Richmond. Institute Danville was the guest of Russian farmer $180, the Siborian farDr. J. G. Carpenter of Stanford was her parents Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Kin- mer $187, and the farmer of Germany a visitor here Saturday. naird. $203,00. six-foot price of farm machines is but little more now than then. It was pointed Maj W. H. Collier was here for elec- out that the modern binder, composed of more than 1,200 separately formed tion and visited relatives. parts, and made of the best steel, Mr. E. M. Walker of Nicholasville malleable iron and seasoned wood, is to was here Monday and Tuesday. day the cheapest thing a farmer buys. Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbio is the guest Taken pound for pound, a binder costs of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price of Dan- him less than his plow or cast iron cook stove. The price of binder twine has ville. steadily fallen, until today it retails Mrs. Fred Neighbors of Louisville is for only a little more than half of what visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. it did ten years ago. Bourne. Miss Birdie Bourne has been in coln visiting. IT IS NOT MAGIC THAT PRODUCES p leu Lily Flour, It is just a combination of Good Wheat and Scientific Milling. We buy only the BEST WHEAT to begin with and put it through a process of Milling that insures a uniform product at ail times. If you have not tried GLEN LILY FLOUR do so today. p p Garrard GO TO THE fe Creamery - - FOR - I J "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige Cannel." IV coal! Each the best in its Class. f?Hj g k g m H. V. 'SMrllrWliWJliB BASTIN. i ntiHj i&mmmmMMRMmM 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. NyaTs Stone Root Compound If taken in time will insure perfect freedom from kidney disorders It means strong, eealthy kidneys, regular in their action and the blood free from injurious waste matter. 50c & $1. the bottle. Rj. E. cTWcRoberts C& Son. Advice and Infor- mation are cheerfully given at our institution, 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 obliging service of this institution. when intrusted to the I? The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. of the Mrs. James Shropshire of Cynthiana and agitation of certain and Mrs. Wm. Collins and son of Lees-- ! Virgil Baughman of Richmond is burg aie guests of Elder and Mrs. F. lawyers, Kentucky farmers are threatened with the worst sort of hardships M. Tinder. visiting Lancaster relatives. in the purchase of their farm machines J. Y. Robinson who has been in and repair parts for the same. Mr. Henry Fish of Mt. Vernon was Butler, Georgai was called home by here to see friends last week. Sad to relate, in this State there is a the critical illness of his father Mr. A. law by which any prosecutingf attorney Miss Allie Anderson of Lexington C. Robinson. can bring suit against any corporation was with homefolks last week. Mrs. Minerva Moss and daughter, doing business in Kentucky; the ComMiss Lucile Ramsey of Stanford is miss jLiinme nave reiurncu irom a monwealth pays the cost of prosecution visiting Mrs. Thomas Ramsey. protracted stay with Mrs. Dr. Evans and should a jury assess a fine, and Mrs. F. S. Hughes and little son of Middlesboro. the fine ever be col'ected, the taxpayers of the county in which suit is have been visiting in Richmond. Mrs. Thomas Moore of Lexington brought are not benefited, but the atMiss Sadie Anderson has been visit- and daughter Mrs. Katharine Wick torneys and court offices put 88 per ing Miss Dove Harris in Danville. are guests at the home of Mr. and cent of the fine into their own pockets. Mrs. C. A. Arnold. Dr. and Mrs. B. C. Rose were visiRecently one of these suits was E. A. White who has been ill of ty- brought in Bullitt County. Here is tors in Lexington last Thursday. phoid fever at the Lancaster hospital what the Shepherdsville News said Miss Nannie Long of Kirksville is has sufficiently recovered to visit relaabout it: "In the Circuit Court last visiting her sister Mrs. John Ross. tives in Lincoln county. Saturday afternoon the jury trying the case of the Commonwealth VS. the Miss Annie Herndon is in Louisville Mr. Edd Simpson and wife of WT L. Herndon. for a visit to Mrs. and Jesse Hill and wife of International Harvester Company of Buckeye were the week-en- d guest of America returned a verdict for the Jesse Arnold of Frankfort has joined full amount allowed by law, $5,G00. Thomas Hill and family. his wife here for a visit to relatives. Of this amount, if the verdict stands, Mrs. Cora West left Monday for a the Commonwealth's Attorney will get Miss Patsy Kinnaird is at home after visit to Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Ward of $2,500; County Attorney, $1,250; Cira visit to the Misses .Allen of Danville Cincinnati. Before returning toDouglas cuit Clerk, $300,00; Trustee of the jury Misses Mayme Walters and Mamie Arizona she will visit her aunt Mrs. fund, $150; and the State, $G00, less $120 paid twelve jurors for five days Bastin spent Sunday in Crab Orchard. John Magee of Danville. and $25 paid the Jailer and Sheriff; Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Smith of Jellico Mr. George Reddish of Somerset leaving the State $455 out of $5000.00. was a visitor of Miss Pearl Hamm Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Arnold of Richmond, Bullitt county gets nothing, and ultiMrs. Charles Norris and daughter of day. mately the farmer will pay the whole Williamsburg were here Sunday for Mr. William Sugars and family will thing." Mrs. George T. Farris. leave this Week for their new home in the burial of But ultimately the farmers will pay Richmond. Mrs. Oscar Taylor of New York more than they imagine. No company Mr. John Henesy of Peru Ind. was Mi and Mrs. George Alexander and ' can offer to pay to the lawyers a $5.00 the guest of Adolph Joseph Thursday daughter of Paris, Mr. Cliffton Buford license for the privilege of doing of Chattanooga, Messrs Hall and John i business in a county, and sooner or and Friday. Anderson of McKinney were here Sat- later they will drive large companies Mr. and Mrs. Hankin of Shelby, Ind, urday for the burial of Mrs. Margaret from the State. To take modern farm have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Buford. machines out of Kentucky would set J. D. Gulley. the State back a hundred years. Those who saw "The Romance of Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Hendren of THE ROMANCE OF THE REAPER. the Reaper," more fully realize than have been visiting relatives progress made in Lancaster. The Lecture And The Real Fads Facing ever before the gi'eat by agriculture and the entire business Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear have been world since the development of modern The Fanners And Business Interests recent visitors of Mrs. Walker Guynn farm machines. To cripple the work of Paint Lick. Of Kentucky. of the company that has made all this possible will be to cripple the farms Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schooler of Rich Through the courtesy of the Inter- and the entire business Welfare of the mond have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. national Harvester Company of Am State. J. S. Schooler. erica, Haselden Bros, our local imple Mr. Miller Davison of Richmond atment dealer, was able to present the tended the funeral here Sunday of Mrs. TYPEWRITER USERS, NOTICE. "The Romance George Farris. of the Reaper," at the Lancaster Opera We have a good Oliver for sale for Mrs. Charles Norris and daughter of House last Monday and Tuesday nights. Williamsburg, are guests of Mr. and The lecture tells the story of the $9 99; a No. 2 Smith Premier, slightStephen Walker. progress of agriculture from the ear- ly used for $30; No. 6 Remington in day, perfect condition for $30; No. 5 Oliver, W. A. Arnold now of London came liest times down to the present three months old, with back spacer, home Tuesday to vote the straight and it traces the development of farm machines from the only $45 and other machines in proporimplements and Democratic ticket. reaping hook to the scythe and cradle, tion. Write us and we will 'have our Miss Lettie May McRoberts will through to the first reaper, tire auto representative show these machines to leave shortly for a visit to one of her matic binder, gasoline tractor, manure you the first time he visits Lancasschoolmate in Virginia. spreader, and other modern machines. ter; we are district managers for the The lecture was illustrated with col Royal Standard Visible (the most perMr. and Mrs. Jesse Wearen of Stanford were here Sunday for the funeral ored views and motion pictures. These fect typewriter ever constructed) and not only showed the different farm ma- the machines named above with many of Mrs. George Farris. chines in operation, but the audience others were taken on exchange deals Mr. and Mrs. J. Randolph Harris of was taken on a trip to the Internat for new Royals and will be sold at rock Stanford were recent guests of Judge ional Harvester Company's system of bottom prices. We are prepared to and Mrs. E. W. Harris. plants, where the machines are made. furnish parts for all makes of maMrs. James B. Kinnaird has been in The farmers and others in attendance chines; platens and ribbons and can Richmond visiting Mrs. Dr. Vaught followed the lecture with interest It save you much expense as we call and and Mrs. D. W. Bridges. contained much infornation. When we get all machines that need attention, consider the millions of farms in the saving boxing and expressage. For Misses Mollie Brooks and Pearl United States, to say nothing of the anything in the typewriter line, write ier of Crab Orchard were Miss rest of the world, and the big crops us. New Royals, rented at $3.00 per Arnolds guests Saturday. raised on, these farms, we realize that month, and rental applied on purchase Miss Margaret Arnold of Madison the making of farm machines is a large price later on. Institute was the guest of her parents, and important industry. COLUMBIA PRINTING COMPANY, Mr. and Mrs. C." A. Arnold. In spite of the fact that the cost of W. O. Mclntyre, Manager Office raw materials and wages have greatly Mrs. J. B. Paxton of Stanford Equipment Department, e of-- her father Mr. advanced since the organization of the here at the Danville, Kentucky. International Harvester' Company, the A. C. Robinson who .is very ill, on account over-zcalousne- ss Mrs. W. S. Miller of Knoxville Tenn, is visiting Mrs. J. W. Miller. Just now, uOi i i M Lancaster, Kentucky. IMrSHjHUSIMfgiMJ rMIlllJlillEMiJlliPlJlllJlil &-- - Pm ht, Coaly Sail, 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. STUDEBAKER WAGONS. Teat-ersvill- e, 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. We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COUL.IER Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Cot-tonbu- rg lecture-entertainmen- t, XES y Your Taxes for the year 1911 are now past due and the State and County needs money. Please call at once and settle same. - -- r George T. Ballard, y Js bed-sid- 0-27-4t Sheriff of Garrard Go. i FARMER'S COLUMN i rfpace below this heudiug is for tlic exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, unci is for the sale of stock, grain auj such things on farm as the farmer ciinnot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four Mne3, and will be only in '.wo Issues of the Kecoud, free of charge Mrs. Martha Evans Lusk and Mr. Charles W. Anderson are confined to their rooms with bronchial trouble. Mr. John Anderson brought to the Record office a bunch of wheat the green stalks measuring thirty two inches in length. Mr. Anderson tells us that he purchased the wheat here in town, not desiring any particular quality, and planted it in his garden the 3rd, of September with the above OtHiHNO0 00OfrCNXXH5O4 8 Office Hoars Office over a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. StormeV Drug Store 4eoeo0oo0oooe4oo4ooo6oooo Go I oeo 13. WALTER. F.DENTIST. 65. to the BEST Place if you want Phone Lancaster, Ky. wiw jii. Wlj' mm m CtJVPTi HS rH MS fmom SIse SAVE MONEY. Bast. Levy's Special Boys' Suits vifSi 2 pairs of Pants ft M nti3 us and j& We Kaiu3Ie None Bui Levy's Special Suits for Men u Our stocks are bo larpo that you have every stylo and pattern, and size, and shape from which to select: and we make buying BY MAIL, just aa easy and satisfactory as you can do it in the storo. Wo have special things that you can get NOWHERE EL.3E, such as : w Joseph Hall sold his farm to Sam result. Wilcox for $300,00. Mr. Robinsou's Condition. W. H. Furr bought two calves of The condition of Mr. Alexander C. Buck McQuerry for $5,00. Robinson, who-habeen so seriously ill for some time, remains unchanged at W. H. Furr bought a mule colt from the time the Record goes to press. Charley Napier for $70,00. Owing to his advanced age and decreasDon't forget good clean nests, as the ed vi'ality his friends and relatives entertain seriousears for his recovery. pullets will soon be laying. s the BEST WORK. We have the only Steam Sterilizer in town for Massage. Shop on Richmond St, MV d. TINSLEY, HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. County Surveyor. PHONE 329-- J. Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. Jersey Bull Hemj Simpson Season 191 1. Lancaster, Kentucky. Wl vSSHfTifc-- ? Starts Much Trouble. Mrs. Mary A. Sanders lost 2 fine work mules and one buggy horse valu If all people knew that neglect of and all tlio Leading; Linos of ed at $400. also several hogs to die. constipation would result in severe & TTCS 17? bb s??mb&16! J3L iJ? AA-TaU? lii.SSW&MZlSo For Sale 19 good early calves and indigestion, yellow jaundice or virulent fS3 R liver trouble they would soon take Dr. 100 good ewes. J. II. Thompson Wo issue a largo illustrated catalog, which wo King's New Life Pills, and end it. Its send iroo on roquest. Phone 380 H. j the only safe way. Best for biliousnes, WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE, Ben Bright of Danville bought two headache, dyspepsia, chills and debility. Mention this paper and write us fully for anything you want in our lino, and you'll get a prompt pairs of mules at Richmond court Mon 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son and satisfactory answer. And if anything you buy here is not exactly what you want it may be day, paying $425 for one pair and $375 returned and your JE02JIS x wiU be immediately KEFulSDED. The sale of Mrs. Sallie A. Pence for the other. Railroad Fares Refunded at Certain Times. Hernbcrs Relail Herchaais Association. held last Thursday, the 2d inst., at For Sale A 1 high grade Jersey her home near Marksbury was well A House Established 50 Years Ago. Tlic Lurgesl in Its Line. cow, fresh. Will sell cow without attended and everything offered Third calf. Good qualities and easily milked. brought fair prices, J. B. Ruble law R. E. Henry. bought a pair of 8 year old mare mules and Bright for $345.50, a yearling mare for $127.50 Ollie Johnson has bought of Mr. Market. Spot. a 2 year old gelding for $152.50; T. B. Pruit his residence and 15 acrers of Bright a pair of 2 year old mare mules land for $1500,00 and will move to it for $382.50, W. T. Doolin a pair of 3 about the lsVof December. year old mare mules for $437. 5o. Hogs EA&f ilw a Zibi3iLri9 As a rule, it will not pay to hold the brought $5.60 per cwt, milk cows from pig crop for prices to rise unless they $50. to $75., 500 bales timothy hay iyl'ZTjj?are making good gains all the time brought $16.50 per ton. they are being held. When a few Tobacco Not Slarttug Off Well. feeders win out in playing the market game, many more lose. A few crops of the 1910-1- 1 tobacco has been sold on the Louisville markets Mr. J. C. Caldwell sold 303 head of We will sell at Public Auction on very fine export cattle yesterday after- and very poor prices realized therefor, SATURDAY, NOV 11, 1911 noon to Mr. J. C. Bales, of Richmond, averaging only about $5.65 on the offerbeginning at 1 o'clock p. m., at our at the top price of $6.75, per hundred. ings. However it is thought with the farm known as the Sam Dudderar The price is the highest that has been progress of the work on the new crop place, situated near Goshen, Lincoln paid for export cattle in Kentucky that better prices will be forthcoming. Ollice Phoue3l. Residence Phone County, Kentucky, the following this year. The bunch will average Warehousemen are sending out circular "property about 1500 pounds each. The cattle letters to the growers urging them to LANCASTER. KY. grade their crops carefully, giving esOne pair good work mules; 2 geld- will bring a total of about $30,000. pecially attention to the colory grades, ings; 2 mares, one a good family mare; Danville Advocate. 2 good Jersey milk cows and calves; 3 as the bright tobacco is expected to fat hogs; 2 good brood sows; 26 stock Receipts of live stock on the Chicago bring the best prices. shoats; a lot of ,good farming tools, market last week were, in round numgfiwtr?gijcajK!ggar3A-!,-- . Saved Many From Death. such as mower; binder, plows wheat bers 85,400 cattle, 142,400 hogs, and drill; cutting harrow; smoothing har- 209,300 sheep. Last week's receipts, W. L. Mock, of Mock, Ark., believes row; corn planter and many other compared with the previous week, in he has saved many lives in his 25 years TO things too numerous to mention. Also round numbers increased 13,100 cattle, of experience in the drug business. decreased 9400 hogs and 11,300 sheep. "What I always like to a lot o housold and kitchen furniture. do." he writes, TERMS made known on day of sale. Compared with the corresponding week "is to recommend Dr. King's New a year ago cattle insreasee 7,800, hogs Discovery for weak, sore lungs, hard DUDDERAR & GOOCH. 30,500 and sheep 9,500. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. AVID colds, hoarsness, obstinate coughs, la ON SALE DAIL.Y J. C. Cricillis and Son, have just re- grippe, croup, asthma or other bronVIA turned from Helenwood, Tenn., where chial afTection, for I feel sure that a they bought three carloads of cattle, number of my neighbors are alive and DINING CARS ALL y because they took my adthe 400 to grade costing well vice to use it. I hnnestly believe its EQUIPMENT SERVING from 3to 31c and the d grade costing from about 4$ cents. They the best throat and lung medicine OF ELECTRICALLY ALL MEALS he's also bought a carload of cattle from that's made." Easy to prove A LA CARTE LIGHTED traders around Williamsburg, Ky., 48 right. Get a trial free, or regular 50c Live Stock And head weighing from 450 to 1,000 pounds or $1.00 bottle. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts-Son. GOOD RETURNING UNTIL RSAY 31, 1912. and costing from 3 to 3 cents. at T $$ynStj CATALOG TOftJGrarlC tJlUlJLiJPiaillXljSlj J. W. . ffl IIEE SWEENEY. J. E. Robinson, ATTORNEY. ij. Glared Fitted. Satiifaction Gnaranteeil. Wi Morrow, Graduate Optician QO4o040ooo0Ooooeooo fe-e- LAWYER and COUNTY 1-- m Will Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Phone 194 Cut I Flowers ? of QUALITY. Office over Police Court. Ware McRoberts. WCW m Ww w IP W W WJI TrfOTYOTr' t? KY. mm - W& W9$& JW Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave Henry L.Gasey,D.v.s The Only Two White Barbers In Town. Ljr J$? VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Cuited State.--) Army See the tall sign, North hide of Public Square. . 0r s M HOUSE. Office Telephone 32 at Logan's Stable. DANVILLE. KY and r.tt. DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Oakdale Herd of J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Public Sale. Registered Durocs J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster,- - Ky. Offiice over Logan's store. Royal blood and splendid individuality. Residence Phone 75. Ollice Plione 6. Fall boars and gilts for sale. H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. ed :- Dentist. Lancaster - Paint Lick, Kentuckv- Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing Ladies and Men's Garments. Phone 340. pi q 13 FOH FULL PARTICULARS, M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Milllnerv. WINTER TOURIST TSOKETS Public Square. -- 1 13 A. h. I Iv". Faulkner, jVlgr. ALL SOUTHESiK RESORTS have just opened up a new, clean Dr. R. L Pontius, Barber Shop on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention PilllliP Sale to-da- 800-pou- - 1,000-poun- Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky. Ottiice Farming Implements. JOHN DUNCAN. 1-- m CALL OH ANY TICKET ACErST, QUEEK & CRESCENT ROUTE, LEXINGTON, KY. : IL C. KLNQ, Passenger end CB VEI7E Ticket Agent, 101 E. ttsia St. ryz?iTii,'''??"--- - -- Jfi tt-iw- r.ags&a.-gggge- PUBLIC SALE OF FARM. 10 o'clock Registered Poland china hogs, stock, crop, etc. THURSDAY NOV, 16 1911. a. M. Having decided to quit farming I will on above date offer at public auction my farm of 104 acres located 5$ miles North of Danville, 6 miles east of Harrodsburg and 2 miles from Burgin, close to graded school, churches, store, etc, in fine section of country and a splendid body of land at least 65 acres will grow first class tobacco, plenty of shade and everlasting water. Ideal for stock farm. Improvements are all new and consist of a modern bungalow cottage of 6 rooms, both front and back porch, fine 15 ft cistern at baek porch. Stock barn 36 by 50ft equipped with hay carrie, all necessary outbuildings., every thing is new, clean, convenient and substantial. No better neighborhood on earth. 1 Registered duroc-jerse- y boar, 1 In fact one of the best and mo3t desirable farms in central Kentucky. If you duroc-jerse- y sow and pigs, 25 head of are interested and will drop me a card I will be glad to meet you at train day before sale and take care of you over night. Possesion Jan 1st. terms easy. sheep. Farming implements consisting of 2 GEO. CLAYTON, BURGIN, KY For further information address 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 TOO MUCH LOVE riding cultivator, 2 double shovel plows, Fruit Too much love for fun, frolic and 1 cutting harrow, 1 smoothing harrow. rich food causes stomach, liver, kid- 1 mowing machine, 1 two horse sled, 1 ney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S buggy, 1 Moyer buckboard and break SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures harness, numerous other articles. you. Our discoverer, ten years a TERMS announced at sale. miserable sufferer with the above E. W. PERKINS. troubles, and RHEUMATISM for Marksbury, Ky. years, was cured in one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, Col. I. M. Dunn Auct. regular size bottles only 25c at Stormes Drug Store. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Record Garden. Our prices may interest you and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. R. DENNY, $Surpliis 25,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't R. T. Embry, Book-Keepe- J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. r. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. . BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex R. t Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Stormes, S. a Mrs. John wyle is very sick at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wallace visited relatives in Richmond Tuesday. Miss Maddell King has returned from a visit to friends at Lexington. Mrs. Annie Brown who has been quite ill for severrl weeks is improving. Mrs. George Treadway spent Sunday Black-Draug- ht with her daughter Mrs. Tom Logston at Berea. Miss Mayme Ramsey of Stanford the old, reliable, vegetable was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bur-de- tt liver powder, to quickly Ramsey last week. cleanse your system from Mrs. Susie Wallace has returned to these undesirable poisons. her home in Lexington after a visit to her sister Mrs. H. L. Wallace. Mrs. Riley Laramore, of Mr. O. U. Terrill of Jenkins KenGoodwater, Mo., says: "I suffered for years from dyspeptucky was here last week and attended sia and heartburn. Thedfora's the funeral of his father Mr. Clell in small doses, Terrill. cured my heartburn in a few days, and now can eat without The supper at Rice's Hall last Tues distress." x Try it. day, night was quite a success. The W. C. T. U. realizing about twenty Insist on Thedford's four dollars. Mrs. Howard Hampton of Winchester and Mrs. Dave McKinney of Rich mond have been visiting their sister Mrs. J. C. Ruckcr. Sale Of Bank Stock. G. WoouTwho has accepted Mr. R. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. The undersigned hereby give warnthe position as cashier at "Peoples Pauline R. Helm, Adminis- ing to all persons not to transpass upon Bank" has moved his family here tratoix of A. M." Helm, our lands for any purpose whatever as from Kennoso Iowa. deceased. Plaintiff. we will prosecute all offenders to fulVS. NOTICE ON SALE. lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Here Is A Remedy That Will Cure Skin Laure Simmons Guardien. Defendant. Fishermen especially take notice. By the arthority of an order entered Jno M Farra Sqnire R Parsons And Scalp Affections. 2 by the court in the above style case I W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price will at the front door of the court house AND WE CAN PROVE IT--. in Lancaster Garrard County Ky, on E F Herring W A Price it being County W S Embry S L Rich E. McRoberts & Son Drug Monday Nov. The R. Court day at the hour of 11 o'clock A. Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin says to every person be it man, M. on said day offer for sale and sell to Store Dave Thompson J W Sweeney woman or child who has an irritated, the highest and best bidder five shares Z T Rice Jas Sutton tender, inflamed, itching SKIN or of the capital stock of the People's Bank, of Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels SCALP, you need not suffer another evidenced Paint Lick, Ky, Said stock is by certificate No. 80 issued D B Anderson JH C Arnold day. "We have a refined skin prepare-tio- n by said bank to Dr. A. M. Helm decW G Anderson, H C Hamilton, that acts instantly and will bring eased. Said sale will be made upon a L H Brown credit of three months. The purchaser G Y Conn you swift and sure results." T W Conn G Conn J One warm bathwith ZEMO SOAP to excute a note with good personal security to be approved by the underJ G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. and one application of ZEMO arid you sign, said note to bear 6 per cent inMrs Maggie Boulden ' Dr. W Burnett will not suffer another moment and terest from date of sale until paid, or C G Gay the purcheser may pay cash if he so you will soon see a cure insight, WK Leavell E Dunn John Boian ZEMO and ZEMO SOAPure proven desires, Witness my hand this the 25th E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath cures for every form of skin or scalp Oct 1911. PAULINE R. HELM Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan affection. They"arsoId by one leadAdministratorix of A. M. Helm, Dec J. W. Simpson T. M. .Arnold, Jr. ing druggist in every city or town in eased. : S. C; Hendron. J. H. Posey. . : America and in Lancaster By R. E. W. CG. Hobbs, Attorney for Ad- ' B. L. Kelley. ' ministratorixs - - r.r fc McRoberts & Son Drug Stores 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 mare mules old, 3 suckling mule 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, IF I HAD ECZEMA. 3 I'd wash it away with that mild, soothing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle, 25c. Relieves all kinds of skin trouble, cleansing away the impurities and clearing up the complexion as nothing else can. Yes, If I had any kind ot skin trouble I'D USE D. D. D. R. E. McRoberts & Son. Indigestion causes heartburn, nausea, impure blood, and more trouble than many different kinds of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it forms are absorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try stomach, nervousness, sour AND PAINT LICK. Water Bill The penalty was to go on November 1st, but has been postponed until Bedford's DECEMBER 1st at which time the penalty will go ll-3-- Black-Draug- 2t ht, 1 Subscribe for POSTED on. Do.not fail to pay your Tax now. Also your water bill. Save your self money and the city collector time. The City Must Have Money at Once to Meet Current Expenses The Council has made you three newstreets in the past few months and it should be your pleasure to pay now. Attend to this and do not put off one minute. to-d- ay i 1, L.E. HERRON, U;Qiy Tax Collectors y "V 1-- m' X-tllrl- J-- .. jg T- - rV- -- . ., -- . - ii5