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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 24, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911112401_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 24, 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. V' OV. vr - rv ?l ' - V rpTTXp GENTRM. RECORD ; '.. POS RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT 3? TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1911. Good Citizen To Remain Vith Us. Mr. Jame3 P. Prather has purchased Come in and pay us that dollar next Monday, if you. do not owe us come in of Mr. R. E. McRoberts the frame and see us any way, and if you are. not portion of the old "Mason Hotel", already a subscribe let us add your which is now occupied by Mr. A. F. Sanders, for $2500. Mr. McRoberts has name to the Record's list. NUMBER 33. r&sp&&g Next'Monday is county Court day. HEATING AND ror the hrst time in eight years Transylvania University defeated State in a game of foot ball last Saturday. The Central State game which will be played this Thursday afternoon (Nov 24th) is arousing mnch enthusiasm. Old Time Colored Woman Here On Visit. Pie Supper at Herring School House Saturday night Nov 25. Every bndy invited. You had better stop at the Sheriffs office and pay your taxes before. December 1st., as you will have to pay six but recently constructed the greater percent more after that date. portion of the building bought by Mr. Sorry To Lose Them. Prather and it is admirably adapted to a dwelling. Mr. Prather will take The Misses Shugars have moved to possession of his new home on 'J anuary Richmond where they will make their, 1st. future home, they have constructed a -- MMMmMm0.iMimmm.m fifrtinaiBiafHiaiiirgo NOW IS THE TIME FOR Two Birds With One Stone. new and commodious dwelling in PLUMBING. ? Lucy Buchanan, widow of the late Scott Buchanan, and herself one of Lancaster's old time famous colored cooks is here visiting friends. She makes her home in Lexington. Boys Farm In Shelby. We use the best ma- terial the market affords. Let us make you an estimate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. r- - CONN BROTH ERS Lancaster, Ky. K&&mt&m&c Danville Tobacco Warehous COMPANY. TlIlIlOUIlCCo -- Incorporated. A Monday, December 4th. They have the assurance of the following buyers that they will be on hand and prepared to take care of the new crop. .l. that at he earnest request of the Buyers they have decided to hold their opening sale on r & The R. J. Reynolds Co., The American Tobacco Co., J. P. Taylor 5 Co., G. T. Patton & Co., The Vaughn Bros Co., J. L. Faulkner & Co., and several others who buy in smaller quantities. Bring your Tobacco to the 508 West Walnut Street Danville, Kentucky, Where you will find everything arranged to show off your Tobacco to the very best advantage, so that you will be able to realize full market price for your crop. We advise you to sell your Tobacco he open market, where you can get fu'l competition of all the This is the only way to get fulL value for your Tobacco. Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co.? at jfrbacco Warehouse Co. Inc. mobile Agency. n without a fault. Ti car that is sturdy and reliable. Deer in its class for reliability and Ask Tor literature ahd informa- exchanged. fciCi FOR YOUR CAR. Gov. will be the most memorable in the his Mrs. Layton Improving. tory of the state for more reasons than It will be a source of pleasure to her one. ie will be the hrst Governor to many friends to know that Mrs. 0. T. be inaugurated at the New Capitol, Layton, who it was feared was suffer- and in all human probability will be the ing with diptheria, is very much im- last Governor from the rapidly thinning proved, as is also her children who ranks of the old Confederate soldiers. were' also ailing. Mrs. Layton had the In former years the inauguration of a misfortune to lose her little daughter, Governor of Kentucky served as a re Myrtle, with diptheria, mention of union of Confederate soldiers, and it is which was made in last week's Record, more than probable that this occasion but luckily the remainder of the. family will serve as such an event. The white-haire- d escaped the disease. There are no wearers of the gray will be in other cases of the disease in the- locali- Frankfort on December 12 of this year, ty, though as a matter of precaution for every Confederate soldier who can the school at West Point has been carry a cane will be in town on that temporarly. suspended. "N , day, and the inaugural parade this year will be unequaled in the history of the Shooting Affray On The "Chute." Capital. A distinctive feature will On last Saturday night Robert Gibbs be the bodyguard of the Governor-elec- t. colored was shot twice with a double His carriage will'be surrounded barreled shot gun by Lewis Yantis, by the McCreary Guards, and not col another colored man. of shot lege men, as was the case of Gov. For Sale. d took effect in the face and another in Willson four years ago. Instead of Large pure bred white orpington the legs. It is thought that he will the college yell", there will be the rebel cockrels at $1.00. Will .increase the lose the sight of one eye. Yantis ver- yell, and instead of flags of Harvard sion of the affair is that Gibbs came In- there will be flags of the American weight and egg producing qualities of Mrs. M. D. Hughes. to his barber shop on the "chute" and Republic. Another feature of the any flock. acted in a boisterous manner, and that parade that will attract attention will The Danville he ordered him out; Gibbs remarked be the delegation from .Madison county. Co, that he would go home and get his gun One thousand people will come down and if he (Yantis) was there when he from Madison county to join in the on Monreturned, he,would "fix it. with him"; parade. Many of them will ride through Dec, Gibbs soon returned and ''presented his on horseback from Madison county to gun at Yantis', Yantis fell to the floor theinauguration. As Governor-elec- t you to tobacco as the gun was discharged, and the shot McCreary is a widower he will have to you L went wild, Yantis then arose and secur kaep, bachelor quarters unlessTie takes ing his own gun which was in the room, the advice of 'Congressman Clayton, of get shot Gibbs as. above- described. Yantis Alabama, who has advised Gov. Mc at, of was arrested, Sunday .morning,' by '"Chief Creary to. do as he had done marry a St, Danville, of Police Herrbn andwa placed in; jail-- ' Kentucky woman and take her to the -y. tqawait'the result ot Gibbs mjwiea mansion to'helpim'rufe Kentucky."" Mc-Crea- ry -- Mr. Jesse B. Parks and his son L. D. Parks have purchased a farm of 261 acres in Shelby county Ky., paying $60. per acre therefor. They will take Mr. Hopper In Towu. possession on January 1st. Garrard Mr. L. C. Hopper of the Danville county will regret to give up these Tobacco Warehouse Co. is here in the sterling gentlemen. interest of his house ahd states that they are expecting a big tradeWrom Circuit Court Monday. Garrard county this year. This'is Mr. Last Friday was the last day for fil- Hoppers first year with this warehouse ing suit's for the November term of and he will make good, as he is con the Garrard circuit court, which be- sidered one of the best in gins next Monday and which will be .Lancaster. Judge Walker's last court. The docket We call attention to the advertise is an unusually light one, there being ment of The Danville Tobacco Wareonly 39 appearance suits, and most of house announcing the date of their those of minor importance. There will opening. be no murder cases tried at this term. New Turnpikes Completed. There are several on the docket but the ones who are indicted have not as Two new turnpikes have just been completed in the county, one from the yet been apprehended. Kirksville pike to Nina, a distance of First Steps Taken To Quiet Title. about two miles, and one may now go to "Spoonville" without becoming There has been filed in the Garrard mired. The other new pike is a verv circuit court a suit entitled "The City of Lancaster Ky. Vs. Garrard county complex piece of work and was the handiwork of Mr. J. P. Prather, a court". The filing of this suit means veteran road builder, and extends from that the legal machinery has been the Buckeye pike below Teatersville placed in motion which will decide who owns the "park", the city or the to the foot of the hill at an angle of county, and the one in whose favor forty five degrees and connects with the contention is decided will make the the turnpike leading to Hurt's distillery and Poots Mill. title to Uncle Sam and the park will be utilized as a site for a government An Allround Ordor Man. building for Lancaster. Col. M. F. Elkin has been in town for the past twc weeks assisting in the A Day Earlier Next Week. rejuvination of the local tent of MacWhile the Record force may not be cabees. He had a splendid meeting able to eat turkey next week, yet we last Friday evening and many new propose to at least give thanks for a members were taken in and old ones days rest, and as our regular press day reinstated. He will have another is on Thursday, we will go to press on meeting this Friday night and has a lot Wednesday in order that we may ob- more new candidates to ride the goat. serve Thanksgiving day. Correspond- While here Col. Elkin visited all the ents will please make an effort to have lodges of the city, all of whicKTie is' a their letters reach us by Monday next member, and at each one he made a week, and those desiring ads or changes splendid talk. Col. Elkin is an enthusin ads will kindly bring or send them in iastic order man and has the happy not later than Tuesday morning. knack of being able to say the right thing at the right time aPevery meetHonor To Whom Honor Is Due. ing he attends. Hon. John M. Farra deserves great How To Kill A Chicken. credit for the handsome democratic majority which he rolled up in Garrard Mr. H. C. Pierce, the United States county, but he is not the only one who Government expert who is making a achieved a victory worthy of mention. tour of this country for the purpose of In the city race Mr. Wesley Zanone disseminating information led the entire ticket for council by a about poultry and poultry products, goodly number of votes. Mr. Zanone says that the old time way of slaying a has served for one term as a council- chicken by wringing its neck is all man, and right well has he safeguard- wrong and that the proper way to kill ed the interests of the people, and they one is to hang it up by its feet and inproved their gratitude by sert a long knife in its mouth cutting him by a handsome majority. jugular vein and pierceing the brain. By puncturing the brain the muscles Tobacco Outlook. of the fowel are caused to relax, and The local market has not opened up the feathers are loosened ready to pick yet and probably will not do so for a off without souzing it in a bucket of couple of weeks. Several of the hot water, which according to Mr. buyers from the Louisville'breaks have Pierce kills the best flavor about the The 0xt time you kill a been here and have been looking at chicken. several crops in various parts of the chicken, it would not be a bad idea to county, and some sales have been try this matbod and see if it improves made, but only a few. The crops sold the taste. brought as low as 7 and 4 cents and as INAUGURATION high as 12 cents per pound. It is thought that after the first of Dec- Of Gov. McCreary On Dec. 12th To Be ember, ween the Danville loose leaf Most Elaborate In History Of State. markets open up, that the local buyers will open up and begin to buy. The inauguration of book-keepe- rs te President W. V. Richardson of .Danville has called a meeting of the Eighth District Publishers League to meet in Frankfort on December 12th. The meeting was called at this time and place for a duel purpose, to transact the routine business of the league, and to enable the newspaper meh of the district to witness the inauguration of Gov. McCreary, which takes place on that day. city. They have rented their Lancaster property to Mr. J. C. Fox. Minor-Campb- that Sausage Mills Lard flLrnSi?ElBIWH' ell. Mr. and Mrs. Edward T. Mimor anj nounce the marriage of their daughter Miss Lora Belle Minor to Mr. Robert Alexander Campbell, Jr., The wedding was soleminized Tuesday evening Lard officiating, November 21st at nine o'clock at the Highland Presbyterian church, Louisville, Ky., the Rev. Dr. T. M.Hawes "" a Cans WMBfib Kettles Lancaster Man Honored. Lard Presses, Sausage Stuffers,. Butcher Knives. Our line is Complete. At the "Great Kentucky" conven- tion held in Louisville this month Mr. J. E. Stormes of this city was placed on the committee on good roads. They certainly made a good choice for if Mr. Stormes could have his way, every highway and bypath inKentucky would be placed in condition to accomodate travel in an automobile. Gets Life Sentence, Walter Carson of Hustonsville, a rural mail carrier, who several months ago shot and killed Edward Cochran, a prominent Casey county merchant, was convicted in the Circuit court at Liberty last Saturday and given a life sentence in the penetentiary. Hon. W. J. Price of Danvills-assiste- d in the prosecution and Hon. Robert Harding and John W. Rawlings defended Carson. It was one of the most prominent cases tried in Casey county in years. Not Ed. White Who Was In , HASELDEN BROS ii 'ijIailligJlrrflllWlMlgllrrgiMilll IMHIMJ The Local Hospital. The announcement has been made in various newspapers of the death of Mr. Ed. White in Lincoln county, and as there was a Mr. Ed. White in the local hospital recently with typhoid fever, who when he became convales cent, went to the home of a brother in Lincoln county, and a great many people supposed that the announcement referred to him. However, such was not the case. The Mr. White who died was a son of Rev. W. T. B. White, who formerly lived at and operated White's Mill near Preachers-villThe Mr. Ed. White who was sick here is the son of the late Robert White of the Hanging Fork section of e. Lincoln county. JOHN RASNIC Dies Surrounded By Mysterious Circum- - stancea At His Home In Knox County. On last Thursday morning the body of Mr. John Rasnic was found at his home on Turners Creek in Knox county cold in death. The body was left lying on the bed We and was viewed by the officers and members of the' jury. His pistol was M found by his side, one chamber emptyf there were powder burns on his left hand and also burns around the bullet wound, over his heart. The ball passed through the body and on through the bed into the floor. The pistol was held against his body-- when the shot was fired. Not five minutes before the shot was heard Mrs. Rasnic came into the room and asked her husband if he was ready for breakfast and he replied that he wanted to sleep. He had been confined to his bed for several months with a broken leg. The jury that was summoned by the coroner to investigate the death disagreed, but five out of six finally agreed on suicide as the cause of his death. The members of the dead man's family believe he was assassinated. The sheriff and his deputies, the coroner IBSSip and the jury, together with the county attorney and other officers, were on the ground within a few hours after Ras nic was found in his bed in a dying condition. A large crowd of people had assembled at the Rasnic home on Turners Creek and the bloodhounds never succeeded in starting a trail. Mr. Rasnic, had he lived would have become a citizen of this county on January 1, 1912, he having purchased the farm of Mr. W. G. Gooch near Point Leavell, paying $3500. thereon as evidence of good faith and the remainder to be paid on Jandary 1st when he was to take possession of the farm. Best Shoe For Children, Guarantee Every Pair . Leathers. All Sizes c 1 All 5 Jas. W. Smith, I The House of Quality J s5!i Now is the time to buy an One-loa- - -- will have Warehouse their opening sate day 4th. We advise to take your want to this house if Buggy and Wagon Harness while they are so cheak full value for it, their, Buy place business is 508 west Walnut Tobacco Old Hickory Wagon The strongest and lightest run ning wagon made. " r RQMANs h k v. -"- .. jp o. LU. "- 75rS :S,.z Je., . s.1-.- - fXl -- 3 I W HUDSON & HUGHES J The Central Record committees appointed to call the at- -. tention of the coming legislature to our needs as pointed out in the convenincorporated. much $1.00 a year. tions resolutions, may meet with Issued Weekly" success, and that august body may GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. embody the greater, portion of these resolutions into laws. Other recommendations embodyed in Entered at the Tost Office lu Xancaster, Ky., Mall Matter. as Second-Clas- s the resolutions looking to the forwarding of the state's interests were: ApMember Kentucky Press Association pointing of four committees to carry and on the work of improving our schools, agriculture and a our highways,-ou- r Eighth District Publishers League. m revision of the present system of taxI i rtSEATHS. Joseph. m We can load your ly. Wag-oti- s prompt- Prices and Quality to please every one. 'Bread is the Staff of Lifer THEREFORE HAVE IT GOOD. 2& Always Reliable. D AND HUGHES Phone 26. Lancaster, Ky. luiSON & HUGMES ation. "Advocating state aid in the building We'll meet again. of roads and the employment of the May He See Many More. Rates For Political Announcements convicts of the state in their construcof the" tion. Advocating the extension Mr. John E. Anderson on last Satur For Precinct and City Offices $ 5.00 present normal school system, and day, the 18th. inst celebrated his 74th. For County Offices 10.00 providing for the teaching of agriculbirthday at his home on Lexington For State and District Offices 15.00 tural and vocational courses therein. avenue in this city. Mr. Anderson had 10 For Calls, per line Indorsement of the work of the Kenwith him on the happy occasion his two 10 For Cards, per line tucky Fire Prevention Association, brothers, Mr. Thomas Anderson aged For all publications in the interand providing for extension of the for the funeral. 82 years and William G. Anderson aged est of individuals or expres84 years. Thergood Lord has dealfrien-ientl- y State Fire Marshals scope of authority. sion of individual views, per Hoskins. Indorsement of the plan to make with this trio of splendid gentle10 line Mammomth Cave and adjacent terriWilliam Maurice Hoskins died in men, who notwithstanding their age 05 Obituaries, per line tory a national forestry reserve. Sarasota Fla, on November 16th. and are as sprightly as many people of half Demand for a larger appropriation his remains were brought to Danville, their longevity. The Record joins Mr. for Kentucky State Fair. The conven- Ky, to the home of Mrs. Robert Hard- Anderson's many friends in wishing ANNOUNCEMENTS tion was largely attended and that the ing, his relative, last Saturday, and on that he mayjiave many more birthdays members were deeply in earnest in Sunday afternoon after funeral servi- and that his two brothers may be sparFor County Judge. their desire and efforts for the up- ces, by Rev. J. Q. A McDowell, pastor ed to share the festivities of the oc building of the state was evidenced by of the Presbyterian church of which he casion with him. We are authorized to announce Claythe fact that they remained iu session was a member, were interred in the ton A. Arnold as a candidate for CounSaved Many From Death. for three days, and that "every minute Bellevue cemetery. He is survived by ty Judge of Garrard County subject to W. L. Mock, of Mock, Ark., believes of the time was consumed in sugges- a wife and two children aged 5 and 10 the action of the democratic party. argument for the futherence years. Mr. Hoskins has been in failing he has saved many lives in his 25 years tions and We are authorized to announce of the ends for which the convention HealUi for some years and went to Sar- of experience in the drug business. asota in the hope that a milder climate "What I always like to do," he writes, James A. Beazley as a candidate for waiTcalled. submight restore him to strength and vig- "is to recommend Dr. King's. New County Judge of Garrard county, Discovery for weak, sore lungs, hard The Danville Advocate has the fol- or. ject to the action of the Democratic lowing to say of our good friend Shel-to- n The deceased was born in Danville colds, hoarsness, obstinate coughs, la party. Saufley. Ky. and was the son of the late Col. grippe, croup, asthma or other bron"Editor Shelton M. Saufley, of that William A. Hoskins, and was a brother chial affection, for I feel sure that a For Sheriff. splendid Democratic paper, the Stan- of Mrs. Gen Collier, an uncle of Mes- - number of my neighbors are alive and because they took my adWe are authorized to announce C. A. ford Interior Journal, was in this city dames J. E. Robinson and R. L. Elkin well y yesterday. He stated that he was and a nephew of Mrs. Eliza Farris of vice to use it. I hnnestly believe it3 Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of the best throat and lung medicine Garrard County, subject to the action making arrangements to attend the this place. party. James inauguration of Governor-elec- t of the Democratic Those who had the pleasure of Mr. that's made." Easy to prove he's B. McCre'ary. None "of the editors in Hoskins acquaintance remember him right. Get a trial free, or regular 50c We are authorized to announce the State are any closer to the Gover- as a very genial and social young gent- or $1.00 bottle. Guaranteed by R. E. Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff nor-elect than Mr. Saufley, who did leman, and one with whom it was a McRoberts & Son. of Garrard county, subject to the ac- most valiant work for the "Sage of pleasure to associate. In his younger Gov. Beckham Returns To Power. tion of the democratic party. Madison," both in the primary and days he occasionally visited his relatiThe Glasgow Times, edited by Col We are authorized to announce W. the recent election. While we don't ves in Lancaster, and he- - made friends Jim Richardson has the following to L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard know that he will want anything in of all with whom he came in contact, say: Viewed from any standpoint, the county, subject to the action of the the gift of the incoming Democratic and they together with a large circle administration, should anything be in of friends of the family throughout the recent Democratic victory was a great democratic party. store far any man in the Eighth Con- country will regret exceedingly to hear personal and political triumph for ex- gressional District, we sincerly believe of his death, and will tender their sin- Gov. J. C. W. Beckham. With a swift For Assessor. that Mr. Saufley will be the proper cere sympathy to the bereaved wife ness and throughness that was drama tic, it marked his return to leadership. We are authorized to announce Dave man to give it to. It would be a fit- and family. Just when the iorces oi evil were on C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor ting recognition of merit to remember the point-o- f celebrating his demise, conShugars. of Garrard county subject to the ac- him with something good. It is not fident that the temporary thwarting of out of place to state right here that he Judge William Shugars"""died at his his ambitions would drive him into the tion of the democratic party. has the requisite ability and industry home on DanvillejAvenue in this city We are authorized to announce Mr. to fill any office in the gift of the ad- last Friday noon. He was in his 83d obscurity of private life, he seized the E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- ministration with credit to himself and year at the time of his death. The helm of his party and steered the old ship of Democracy over dangerous, nation of Assessor of Garrard County, honor to the State," immediate cause of his death was subject to the action of the democratic Saufley cardiac asthma. He had been in feeble sunken reefs and through tumultuous We do not know that brother party. wants any thing and do not suspect "health for a number of years, but the seas, into a safe harbor. His support of Senator McCreaiy made success We are authorized to announce J. B. that he does for he has a good business sickness which was the immediate possible. With one master stroke he Collier as a candidate for the nomina- that he could not well afford to give cause of his death was of short dura- united the two dominant factions in the tion for assessor of Garrard county, up. His services to the party in the tion. After short services at the State, and having thus healed the dissubject to the action of the democratic last State race are worthy of comment grave Sunday afternoon, his remains sensions that had formerly ended in deand he was a staunch friend to Gov. were placed at rest in the Lancaster Party. feat, he brought about a unity and McCreary, in the recent primary. cemetery. Judge Shugars was a nawhich inspired the rank and file. We are authorized to announce W. tive of the state of Pennsylvania, but The return oftGpv. Beckham to powL. Huffman for a candidate for assesscame to Lancaster in his early manCard Of Thanksgiving. er is a silencing rebuke to his foes, and or of Garrard county subject to the hood and located in Lancaster, where a proper reward for tie wrongs he has action of the Democratic party. We are sincerly thankful to those he has since rrmae his home. He mar 1 "J friends who so kindly gave us another ried Miss Margaret Wortham who" suffered at the ands of the character less combination which robbed the For Magistrate. cow since the one we formerly owned several years ago preceded him to the Mr. and Mrs. O. P. Bush. grave. Judge Sfiugars is survived by Democracy of a seat in the United died. are authorized to announce We. States Senate, and by the election of one son, Mr. W. K. Shugars of Stan- Bradley, brought disgrace upon the John N. White as a candidate for Big Sale Of Dark Tobacco. Magistrate, in the first district of Garford Ky'., and by four daughters, Mrs. State. His betrayal left no bitterness county, subject to the action of At Owensboro last Saturday the Jonas Rucker of Richmond, and Misses in his heart. He felt secure in the rard the democratic party. Board of Control of the Green River Lilian, Margaret and Bessie Shugars affections and confidence of that vast Tobacco . Growers Association closed of this place. Judge Shugars may be body of Democrats that are never We are authorized to announce Wal- the details of a deal whereby twenty classed as one of the pioneers of Lan by the contaminations of the ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis- million pounds of dark tobacco was caster, coming here as he did when a reached lobby. They resented the effort made trate in the first district of Garrard sold to the American Tobacco Co. and young man, he has since been identificorrupting influence to humili? County, subject to the action of the other purchasers, receiving therefor ed with the city and has always been by these ate and destroy him, and at the first democratic party. $10. to $6. for the leaf and lugs and classed as one of its best and most re- opportunity they gave expression to $3, for the trash, deliveries to begin spected citizens, He served as Police their trust in him and their condemnar Kentucky" convention Dec. 1st. These are record prices for Judge of the city during one term, and tjon of his enemies by again placing The "Greater closed a three day session in Louis the type of tobacco sold, and it is to be had he chosen could have become the scepter of party authority in his ville last Wednesday, adjourning sine hoped that this immense sale of dark prominent in the political affairs of the hands, with the assurance ..that' under die, which is to be deplored, for an tobacco will give an upward tendency county, but he preferred the life of a his honest, fearless leadership, Kencivilian. organization which is calculated to do to the Burley market. tucky would remain true to the faith A man of the strictest integrity, as much good for the commonwealth of the father. The .pqlitical history of kind hearted and generous, he won the Some Pumpkin, country records no higher personal as this convention should become an friendship and confidenca of all with this was annual affair. The convention tribute to any man. Uncle Eph Leavell the well known came in contact. Judge participated in by the leading thinking colored farmer whe bought the Squire whom he Gov. Beckham has proven himself Shugars had long been a member of men of the state, men of intelligence, Bourne farm on the Danville pike, Worthy in eyery way of the love his the Presbyterian church, but owing to him.-- - When a corrupt men who have the welfare of the grand brought to town this week a pumpkin pasTor, his funeral people- bear and who which weighed 90 pounds. If any one the absencepf. the old commonwealth at heart, lobby set aside the verdict of the was conducted by Dr. Pearce of the Democracy expressed at the polls, he are deeply interested in seeing Ken- can beat this we would like to see the tucky take that place in the rank of pumpkin. Mr. John Holtzclaw at Methodist church. made no bitter complaint, but wjth states which is her right", and if their whose place it was on exhibition, telhs jnanly forbearance, and a pTatjence Adams. efforts can be of assistance, where us he once "heard of a fellow" who surpassing understanding, bided hjs her. The set of resolu raised one that weighed 335 pounds, they It was a great shock to the relatives time, referring the whole controversy tions which they adopted are calculated and as Mr. Holtzclaw's reputation for and friends of Mr. Charles Adams, back to the voters. He has not waited if they could be;embodied into laws, to veracity is above reproach, we sup- when the message came Wednesday af- in vain. The wisdom of his course place Kentucky among the list of prog- pose it is a fact, but we will have to ternoon, announcing his death. Deceas- has bren confirmed. The party which ressive states; these resolutions enact- claim a residence in. Missouri and be ed had only two years ago bought the has honored him so signally in the past ed into law. and then the adoption of shown. farm of Mr. Avery East, of Shelby gives overwhelming proof of its dei City, and was improving it rapidly, and yotion now. It is content to follow of the suggestion of Commissioner Agriculture-elec- t, J. W. Newman, to apparently almost ready for he and his where he leads, having an abiding Important To Good People, family to enjoy the comfort of a good faith in his patriotism, his judgment "Inject a few ounces of energy and extract a few thousand pounds of An Associated Board of Charties is home. Only a few days since, he was and his unselfishness. the Democracy We congratulate Although laziness from our people and we will is needed for Lancaster- and county. stricken with pneumonia. The Record last week, deserves praise strong physically, this dreaded disease" upon this act of justice towards one get there", and we will indeed have a for its mention. Serve it right away. conquered all, and the life of this good of its ablest and most deserving memis a revision of the First iet the City Council nominate one man was brought to a sudden end. He bers. Kentucky needs the direction of What we need laws of the slate and then a rejuvena- person from each church, one from was a devout member of the Baptist its best citizenship, men whose pride tion of the citizenship for the enforce each fraternal order, one from the Fed- church, Honorable and upright in ev- in the State will outweigh all personal ment of those Jaws. We need to lay erated Women Clubs and one from the ery transaction. He was a brother of aims and party necessities. We are aside that apathy for which we with Council. Second, district the town and two of our neighbors and friends, Mess entering upon an era of development all other southern people are noted, we list all needy situation with Committes rs A. J. and Jay Adams, also of Mr. and progress that will call for the need some of that northern hustle for each district. Third, elect chair- M. H. Adams of Junction City, and services of real leaders. Let us exwhich accomplishes things and which man of Board with Secretary, Treas- survived bya noble wife, and three du tend a hearty welcome to one who has serves to bring our resources before urer and adopt line of procedure, Res- tiful children, whose grief was heart already left the impress of his charac the eyes of the world; the resources pectfully submitted, that representa rending. The funeral service was con- ter and ability upon the Common " are undoubtedly here, all they need is tives of above cooperative be in attend ducted by Elder John B. Jones, at the wealth." ance at next rneeting of City Council cemetery in this place Thursday afterthe proper exploitation. A Father's Yesgeance. noon, in the presence of a large crowd The suggestion of the convention for for organization. In both town and county there are of sorrowing relatives and friends. The would have fallen on any one who atr a constitutional amendment to. permit people who deserve 'help this winter. writer joins the many friends in extend tacked the son of Peter Bondy, of the levying of a classified tax instead of the present uniform one, or to Please let us not pass by on the other ing sympathy to all the grief stricken South Rockwood, Mich., but he was A Willing Helper. modify the present system of taxation side. ones Parksville Carrespondent Dan- powerlessbefore attacks of Kidney trouble-- "Doctors could not help him," so as to meet the requirement! of the ville Messenger. Balked At Cold Steel. deceased was a native of Gar he wrote, "so at last we gave him The state, appeals especially to those of us who would see a "Greater Kentucky", foot rard county, a son of the late Andy Electric Bitters and he improved "I wouldn't let a doctor cut-m- y for we all know that the' present old off," said HD. Ely, Bantam, Ohio, Adams, and a brother of Mr. John F. wonderfully from taking Six bottles. tax ridden Xentucky can never be any "although a horrible ulcer had been Adams who now resides near Lancas Its the best Kidny medicine 1 ever greater than she is at present under the plague of my life for'" four years. ter. He married a MissJJourne of the saw." Backache, Tired feeling, Nerthe present sys'tem of taxa'ion, and Instead I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, Herring School" house" locality, and up vousness. Xoss of Appetite, warn of that the revision of the system of tax- and my foot was soop completely to about a, year "ago owned a farm "and Kidney trouble that may end in dropsy, ation at present in vogue is the first eured." Heals Burns, Boils,1" Sores. resided in that neighborhood, but sold diabetes or Bright's disease. Beware, Corns. out- - and moved to near Parksville. Take Electric Bitters and be safe. step necessary for the making of any Bruises, - Eczema, Pimples, 25c'' at R. E.Mri Charlie Adams was a jfty ang popu.-la-r Every bottle guaranteed. 50c at R. E. headway in our proposed march of Surest Pile cure ' lrm. I progress. and when he lived Ijere had. Mc$qber$s & Son. ,. . We sincerely hope that the Robertsr&Son. citizen, Lancaster, Ky., November 24, 1911. -to-da1-- m The many Lancaster friends of Mr. Samuel Joseph will regret to 'learn of the death of his wife which occured at the Jewish Hospital in Cincinnati last Saturday morning, and which was the result of an operation which she recent ly underwent at that institution. The interment took place Monday afternoon in the Jewish cemetery on Walnut Hills. Mrs. Besides her husband, Joseph is survived by two children, David aged 20 years, who is a traveling salesman and Hager aged 17 years. Sam Joseph is well known to the people of Lancaster and Garrard county and all wili deeply sympathize with him in his great loss. Mrs. Joseph, Adolph and Arthur went down Sunday a wide circle of friends who will regret to hear of his death and who extend to ! the bereaved family their deepest sympathy. The Angel of death Came to our home And in our sadness We seem alone A STOVES Ranges, father dear With tender love Has from us gone To his home above. Tho' he is in comfort And we in pain, In Heaven above and Heating Stoves. Foot Warmers. Cook Oil Heaters. Buggy Robes. R. Buggy Harness at reduced prices Children see Dollys Little Range. MOUNT, SON We are open J. & CO. Every, Saturday RAIN OR SHINE. Our pictnres are as good made on cloudy days as those made in clear weather. It's the lense that does the work and we have the best. The Gassaday Studio. hai-mo- ny ma iMll wlM KWW1 I I L2H, tew .Jt J- -. &T?ttJxidUjv They never need repairs, never need any attention in fact except an They're Fireproof Stormproof and suitable for all kinds of buildings. For furtier detailed information apply to occasional coat of paint. Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. Samual Dt Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. will-pla- ce B, F. HUDSON, President. J, S. JOHNSON, Vice Preat. ORGANIZED JS83. tze Citizens National Bank U IxAMUAMJSK, JVX. B CAPITAL .$50,000. W. O. RlGNEY, SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. WALKER, f W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Caah'r. Jr., "Great-Kentucky- Business Solicited. J. S. Promi Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Telephones 357H G. A. Ballard . 397 Miss Fannie Bishop 165 F. G. Hurt 339-- J 363-- S 374-- S Ini May 1st,; Real Res Res J. Q. ftjahan Res! ResW J. W. Mahan G. A. Morgan Misses Moss & Lay , Rcsid 383-- U Vetinal Dr. R. H Pontius Residei James Rankin 384-Reside T. C. Rankin Grocer 213 Turner & Carpenter Reside 381 Miss Margaret ZanQne Paste thjs in your tel 186 365 ...Dress ' A l-- m The Bgstin Telephone Q91 "- V- -- &". - ?J -- - Vjv .. St- -i "J mt r j(S- !- is. . - -- s-- f J A New Suit or Co ' ONE THAT IS STRICTLY UP-TO-T- HE t-- L os 4-r W y L TAil V fl THANKSr 1 ul vi nu V- -' V HOUR IN STYLE AND FAULTLESSLY TAILORED.' Here are txnioitea tne "OKtfiw ot ine oounxru s roremoss rroaucnon in winter Apparel for Particular Women. OUR MOTTO: Dependable Merchandise at Low Prices. t RASHIOIS SHOP FOR WOMEN. The Joseph Mercantile Company rEfeI? I WHERE THE NEWEST IS ALWAYS SHOWN FIRST. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Who isDave Dave is the only man that handles RED STAR j Gossip About People vvv A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In. Mrs. John E. Stormes was a recent visitor inLexington. Mrs. James Hill is numbered with 'MimfiJiMiSJihlfiMlJiMirE Wm&m&m&.m&w$& ii -,, the sick at this writing. Miss Lucy Francis is in Danville a visit to Mrs. Banks Hudson. Mr. Wm. Champ is recuperating "MYVP TyovivrTvpo JTJLriAXlA 41 W 11W1 nTArTr TXT Am i.lVUiUVl3 TT TC llUli I & for by Fresh oysters at Zimmers. ll-24-- 2t For Rent Upstairs rooms. and downstairs 11-3-- J. E. Storms. tf Olen Lily Flour, It is just a combination of Good Wheat and Scientific Milling. We buy only the BEST WHEAT to begin with and put it through a process of Milling that insures a uniform product at.all times. If you have not tried GLEN JLILY FLOUR do so today. y COAL IN LANCASTER. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. Get vour oysters, celery and black cakes at Baierlinel resturant. Mr. Ap Nevius of Stanford has been Mrs. Mary Taylor is in Loeisville visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nevius. I have a large assortment of hair for a visit to relatives. goods. Rella Arnold. Fred P. Fnsbie has gone to New Miss Margaret Mount who has been York on a business trip. quite ill of tonsilitis is somewhat betThanksgiving dinner and supper served at Charley Baierleines, Miss Eliza Ison of Lower Garrard ter. has baen visiting Mrs. Wm. Cook. Miss Susie Hilton has been visiting side For Sale China choset-anMr. Thomas Burnett of Lexington is her mother Mrs. J. H. Hilton of Stan- board in oak, apply to this office. with Dr. and Mrs. William Burnett. ford. Wanted A good coon dog,' take on Mr. Robert Lee of Trinidad, Colo is Miss Flora Zeiglr is spending the ten days trial. S. H. Anderson. visiting his sister Mrs. Ida Tinsley. week in Louisville the guest of relaA pair of gold glasses left at Joseph Misses Bessie Gulley and Agnes tives. store Saturday. Miles were recent visitors in Danville. Millard Hilton of Stanford was here Don't forget Gaines' corn show. Miss Katie Lee Denny is in Rich- Saturday with his sister Mrs. R. H. Monday Nov. 27th, $25.00 inpremiums. mond visiting Mr. and Mrs. Alex Den- Batson. Il-24-ll-24-d " a stay at Crab Orchard Springs. 3 Garrard Milling Go. I! iMiarBrafBritiJIpiBTitiiarraatru (MjgJlMliJSlligLijSO H M v- - GO TO THE Grant. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph was called to Mrs. M.-- S Elkin of Lexington has Cincinnati by the death of Mrs. Samuel For Sale A good combined mare gentle and in good shape, apply at this been the recent guest of Mrs. T. S. Joseph. office. Elkin. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price were recent T. J. Price was in Danville for a visitors of Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Price of Fruit cake, and all kinds of good short visit to his aunt Mrs. S. P. eats for Thanksgiving at Zimmers. ny. ll-17-- 2t Lancaster, Kentucky. iifrlMifafrglOfraiai IMJrSMfrlMlMlIlrgMlrgfll'ra Stanford. ll-24-- 2t a Creamery I - FOR - fCOAL I I "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige Cannel." Each the best in its Class. Mrs. B. C. Rose of Bryantsville is with her sister this week, Mrs. W. R. Bastin Elder F. M. Tinder will preach the Thanksgiving sermon at the Presbyterian church. Mrs. A. B. Withers of Stanford is here to nurse Mr. A. C. Robinson who remains quite sick. Elder Rash of Winchester is holding a successful ravival at the Antibch Christion church. The Circle girls met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. R. T. Em-br- y in Hill Court. Miss Ruth Ray of the Richmond Normal School was at home for several days visit. Don't forget Gains' corn show, Mon-da- o Nov. 27th, 25.00 in premiums. ll-17-- FIoury Coaly Salty 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. 2t Mr. and Mrs. John Brown of BuckBlack cake, fresh oysters and celery eye were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. for Thanksgiving. Charley Baierlein S. Brown Sunday. ll-24-- 2t Mrs. C. D. Powell is in Richmond at Bring in your corn for the corn show. the bedside of her sister' .Mrs. W. T. Big premiums offered by Gaines that Short who is very ill. Nor- Insurance man. Miss Mayme Dickerson Mrs B.M. Lear and daughter were in Crab Orchard for the National Fox Hunter's Association. Mr. James , Leavell and daughter Miss Lillie were in Crab Orchard for the Fox Hunters meeting. Mrs. Breathitt Brown was called to Junction City by the death of her brother. Mr. Charles Adams. Mrs. Ida Tinsley has returned from a protracted visit to relatives and friends in Colorado and Texas. Mr. Oscar Hilton and sister Miss Lida of Kirksville have been visiting Mr. and Mrs.' Thomas Hendren. Mrs: Jonas Rucker of Richmond was called here by the illness and death of her father Judge Wm. Shugars. Mesdames J. Wesley West and Ethel West Darnoid were guest of Mrs. John Magee of Danville, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shugars of Stanford were called here by the illness and death of Mr. Wm. Shugars. Messrs Adolph and Arthur Joseph were in Cincinnati Monday for the burial of their aunt Mrs. Samuel Joseph. Congratulations are extended to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ward upon the arrival of a dainty little daughter at their home in Cincinnati. H. V. BAST IN. i&mmMMMWM&M of the mal school at Richmond was at home Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. George M. Patterson a patient at the Crab Orchard Sanatorium was here Saturday and Sunday. Miss Annell Tomlinson is spending a few days with the family of Mr. Henrv Tomlinson at Bryantsville. Mrs. Hugh Hemphill has returned to Nicholasville after a protracted stay with her niece Miss Rella Arnold. Mesdames Banks Hudson and Alex ander Kennedy of Danville were guests of the Misses Francis Wednesday. Miss Emma Doty will go to Rich mond next week to visit her sisters Mesdames Ed. Smith and George Bo-gar- ll-3-- 2t STUDEBAKER WAGONS. For Rfinl. Dwelling posite college. on Lexington street to H. T. Logan. op-Apll-24-- 3t. GLASS and SAUNDERS CAMP. NELSON, KY. We want 50 tonsof Timothy Hay. We are prepared to clean Seed Wheat at 5c per bushel. Clean it the same day you bring it. We are prepared to kill your hogs, so when cold enough call Phone 29 S. B. Elkin ll-24-- 2t Do you know that 5 per cent will be added to your school tax if not paid "by the 1st day of December. E. W. Harris. Tax Collector. ll-17-- 3t For Rent. My mother having decided to stay at Richmond. We will rent our house and lot on Hill Court. Mrs. Bright Herring Phone 368-11-24- -tf G We Write Any Kind of d. INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Sfc EgrTHJHfTtiMlJllJjlfTHJBfTHJll Mr. H. C. Bailey, the clever assistant agent of the L. & N. at tnis place Turkeys Wanted. i 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 troubK has returned from a visit to relatives in Virginia. Misses Susie Thompson of Mt. Vernon and Ella Thompson of Danville are expected this week for a visit to Miss Hallie Brown. The Womans Club met Wednesday afternoon at the christian church Mrs. W. R. Cook was the leader her subject being. "The forming of the Con- turkeys wanted this week and next. Highest market price in the country or delivered. H. B. Northcott. 2t 2000 BEAZLEY Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. COLLIER For Sale. One suit of furniture, one dining table, one china cabinet, and other furniture. Mrs. J. C. Hemphill, call on Mrs. Theo. Curry. - stitution". Chickens For Sale. ONLY FEN DATS LEFT Nyal's 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. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard and 250 Barred P. Rock cockerels and Miss Mayme Lee Ballard have returned pullets at $1.00 and $1.25 each.1 home from a several days visit to Mrs. C. A. Robinson. Phone 363B friends in Louisville. They made the I trip in Mr. Ballard's car. 11-10-- tf. the beetle. Ro. E. cTHcRoberts c& Son. i i Pay For Your Turkey ' with a check on the Garrard Bank &. Trust Co. Then you will have a receipt for your money and a souvenir of that excellent Thanksgiving dinner. Pay all your bills with checks. fer and more business like. Open an. account with other progressive people. You'll not be the A social was given Saturday afternoon from 2 to 4 at Pleasant Grove church in honor of the new pastor Elder Charles Powell. Mrs. William Maurice Hoskins and two children of Sarasota Fla. are the guests qf their relatives Mrs. J. E. " Dr. Shepherd of St. Louis and Elder Walter E. Frazeq of Louisville were visitors here Tuesday and made excellent addresses in the afternoon and . fiki&e ' he trfrkrd Bank &Trust Company. " . -- Lday-mornin- 1 evening at the Christian church. Miss Anna Belle Burnsides is spend ing the winter with her sister Mrs. J. V. Arnold in Birmingham, Alabama. The Birmingham News has the following tJ say that is of interest to Miss Robinson and Mrs. R. L. Elkin. Burnsides friends here. "The Delta Mrs. Nannie Slavin Jones who was Tau Card club was entertained by Miss formerly of this county many friends Anna Belle Burnside last evening. and .relatives will regret to learn she The entire lower floor was thrown open, where four tables were placed in is dangerously ill at for 500. The autumn scheme was adapted for decorations. The guests en- Thi Presbyterian church will hold noyed the games for an hour or so, its annual church social Friday Noy when ices, followed by coffee and sand24th at 7 P. M., at which a free will wiches, were served. offering in silver will be made for Among those present were: Misses missions. Anna Belle Burnside, Katherine Dono- Dr. Jesse Lee Cqtton of the The- hoe. Hazel Doer, Fleurange Rossiter, ological Seminary of Ky.will fill the 'Josephine Thomas, Margaret Morrison, pulpifat the Presbyterian church Sun- - Mary Turner: Messr J. B. Gilbert, ' ,J and preach 'at the union T. Thomas,.. Everett Dean, Gs B. - arid" service Sunday evening at the Christ Burke. Eric Gilbert. 'John WilliamG. B. Morrison, tian church,. her-hom- e -- Warehouse, Co, will' have their opening sale on Monday Dec, 4th. We advise you to take youa tobacco to this house if you want full value for it, their place of business is at 508 West Walnut St, Danville, Ky. 40,000 Splints a Minute. machine which .cuts up wood to 40,000 make matches turns out "splints," as they are called, in a A The Danville Tobacco TO PAY YOUR TAX AND SAVE THE PENALTY You will be required to pay Danville. minute. Starts Much TroaWe. 6 per cent Penalty after December 1st. Come in NOW and Pay. -- g , constipation would result in severe indigestion, yellow jaundioe'br virulent- liver trouble thy would soon take , Dr.. King's New Life Pills, and end it. . Its theonlv8afe"waV. Best for biliousnes, he'adache. dyspepsia, chills and'debility. A 25c . E. McRoberts & Son at-R1-- m If all people knew that neglect of George T. Ballard A, i ' Sheriff of. Gar raf ct Cot; j. - JmUamtm m mbBimm edti irrih' wwSpSI YOUR US SAVE MONEY. We Handle None But the Best. Our stocks are so largo that you have every style andjmttern, and cize, and shape from which to select: and we make buying- BY ICAIIi, just as easy and satisfactory as you can do it in the store. We have special things that you can get. NOWHERE ELSE, such as : TO AILING WOMEN A Little Sound Advice Will Help Many ooomooooo wooomoowooootfo CAN'T CURE CATARRH FARMER'S COLUMN $oooooooooocoocooooooooooooj rfpace below i Stomach Dosing, Sprays And Douches r m 1 T Sufferer In Lancaster Have All Failed. Levy's Special Suits for Men at Levy's Special Boys Soils with. 2 pairs oS Pants and all the Leading: Lines of I FURMS1 CATAXVOG IM3BE. We issuo a largre illustrated catalog:, which we send free on reauest. WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FSEE. - Mention this paper and write u& fully for anything- you want in our lino, and you'll got a prompt here is not exactly what you want it may bo and satisfactory answer. And if anything1 you ouy uo lmnieaiaieiy returned and your BIOIMBX will Railroad Fares Refunded at Certain Times. Members Eetail Hcrclants Association. . A Kousc Established 50 Years Ago. The LargesS In Its Line. i&jsxv-sijjsij. The Bright Spot Third and Market. Mr. A. S. Dean bought of Mr. Chas. Duncan 40 bbls. of corn at $2.50 per Lancaster, Ky., says; "My experience bbls. with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to Don't forget Gaines' corn show, .say that they live up to the claims Monday Nov. 27th, $25.00 in premiums. made for them. I suffered a great deal from backache and could not sleep well Mr. H. R. Montgomery bought of On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was unable Joe R. Duncan a heifer price $15. and to attend to my housework. Being ad- sold a hog for $15. vised to give Doan's Kidney Pills a For Sale One dozen pure-bre- d trial, I did so, procuring a supply at Barred Plymouth Rock pullets. Frisbie's Drug Store. They helped me Mrs. J. F. Robinson. from the first and I was soon entirely relieved. Lost A dark red heifer, weighs about 800 pounds. Reward if returned to Miss Mary A. Sanders. Stone, Ky. 11T. HEH110N ll-17-- 2t No woman can be healthy and well if the kidneys are sick. Poisons that pass off in the secretions when the kidneys are well; are retained in the body when the kidneys are sick. Kidneys and bladder become inflamed and swollen and worse troubles quickly follow. This is often the true cause of bearing down pains, lameness, backache etc. Uric poisoning also causes headaches, dizzy spells, languor, nervousness rheumatic pain. When suffering so, try Doan's Kidney Pills, a remedy that has cured thousands of such cases. You will get better as the kidneys get better and health will return when the kidneys are well. Let a Lancaster woman tell you about Doan's Kidney Pills. Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville, St., sive use of our 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 fonr lines, and will be only in ".wo isnnes of the Record, free of charge this heading Is for the exclu- Mr. L. E. Speaks bought of Thomas Hicks a milk cow, price $27. For Sale: Some nice turkeys. Dennie Scott. Mrs. Bourne, Ky. Fon Sale Good Studebaker wagon. Apply to J.-- A, Conn, Lancaster, Ky. For Sale house on it. 60 acre farm with good J. W. Simpson, Judson Ky., There fs only one way to cure catarrh. Go to the BEST Place if you want Reach the raw, tender, inflamed the BEST WORK. membrane that is infested with catarrh We have the only Steam Stergerms, and destroy thegerms. Shop You can't reach the nooks and crevic- ilizer in town for Massage. es with liquid preparations there js on Richmond St, only one way breathe the antiseptic HENRY DUNCAN germ killing air of HYOMEI (pronounce High-o-mdirectly over the infesit The Old Reliable Barber. ted part3. HYOMEI contains no opium, cocaine or other harmful drugs, it i. made of Australian eucalyptus, thymol and other Listerian antiseptics. It is guaranteed 88427 Kenijf to. end the misery of catarrh, asthma, croup and bronchitis, or money back. Ask R. E. McRoberts & Son about Season 191 1. he sells it the HYOMEI outfit for only $1.00 and guarantees it. It S e) i 066OMlOOOOOeO&d640eO4 "J Jersey Bull Simpson to-d- ay . J. w. MISERABLE DYSPEPTICS. ky; pS33tt$mZ5?? WiNTER TOURIST TICKETS TO Sale Of Bank Stock. n GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. J AND ALL ALL ON SAL.S DAILcY VIA IRI SUT - ERIS HE'SORTS DINING A CARS Pauline It. Helm, Adminis- tratoix of A. M. Helm, i 1 EQUIPS SET ELECTRICALLY SERVING -KvrF!!rr a 'BVir?iaZ2s GALL QH AH? TICKET deceased. Plaintiff. VS. NOTICE.ON SALE. Laure Simmons Guardien. Defendant. By the arthority of an order entered by the court in the above style case I will at the front door of the court house in Lancaster Garrard County Ky, on Monday Nov. it being County Court day at the hour of 11 o'clock A. M. on said day 'offer for sale and sell to the highest and best bidder five shares 27-1JJ- LIGHTED E t ALL MEALS A LA CARTE GCGS RETUKNtG UMTiL MAY 31, 1312. FOR FULL I FARTiCnJjS, AEfllT. QEEEH & CRESCENT ROUTE, LEXINGTON, KY. II. C KING, Painter ca vrmr 11 E. Jiair. St, and Ticket at, A-:- of the capital stock of the People's Bank, of Paint Lick, Ky, Said stock is evidenced by certificate No. 80 issued by said bank to Dr. A. M. Helm deceased. Said sale will be made upon a credit of three months. The purchaser to excute a note with good personal security to be approved by the undersign, said note to bear 6 per cent interest from date of sale until paid, or the purcheser may pay cash if he so desires. Witness my hand this the 25th Oct. 1911. PAULINE R. HELM Administratrix of A. M. Helm, Dec- liSS (C-72S! J A BEAZLEY FuneraHDi rectorand Embalmer - eased. W. C. G. Hobbs, Attorney for ll-I0-- 3t xmWBmW 8 ' "" P7JJ Mm jMMEr'ljy 1 A S. J Olllce Phone 31 m .- .Residence Phone. ApWntJ M. SABZL III Ml II B W LIBV W0 W I HI 1I I I Ma IIII II IIIBII 111 I QIM W immbm - !! m Q j 7e tell you how, and pay best market prices. V.'e ere dealers; established xalKO; and can do LETTER for you vj M H H llllill AND U I I B 1 1 hi U A3 1I HA U Wf 1 QM S "43 I m H & chants. References any bank in Lou- Write for weekly price list 1 &. & 33 E Market SL, LOUISVILLE, Dealers In FU33, HIDES, WOOL. SONS KY. TOO MUCH LOVE Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, vas cured in one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, regular size bottles only 25c at Stormes Drug Store. Wate r Bill The penalty was to go on November st, but has been postponed until 1 Fruit and Shade Trees All the world looks gloomy to the man with the upset stomach. He sees LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. the world through smoked glasses and never tries to rub off the smoke. Will Practice 5n all State Courts and Cheer up, Mr. Dyspeptic, there's U. S. District Court, bright days ahead of you. Go to R. E. Office over Police Court. Phone 194 McRoberts & Son this very day and say tablets. I want a box of Call and see us for a good Take them as directed and if the misery doesn't leave your stomach and bring a Cut Clean Shave sunny smile to your gloomy countenThe Only Two While Barbers la Towa. ance, go and get your 50 cents back. MIONA stomach tablets will prompt See the tall sign, !Nortb side of ly end the distress of indigestion, will acres ot ianu on stop nervousness, dizziness, biliousness, roK oale: Public Square. Mrs. Lucy Montgomery is. on the sick Sugar creek, 6 room dwelling all nec- sick headache and sleeplessness. Fifty list. M. essary out buildings. For further in- cents buys a large box at R. E. McRobMrs. Bettie Jackson who has been formation call on. W. T. Walker, erts & Son and druggists everywhere. very sick, is improving. McCreary. Miss Effie Chappie is with Misses For Sale: A few barred plymouth SCIENTIFIC POINT CLEARED UP Pearl and Bettie Sherrow. rock cockerels and hens at 50c each 2 Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Grow "were with miles from Lancaster on Crab Orchard Size of Water Particles Now Knowr the;r gon'3 here Saturday and Sunday. pike. Mrs. Taylor House. to Change With the Age Offiice over Logan's store. Mrs. Spivy was called to Louisvillr of Clouds. to be with her son who is seriously ill. The Danville Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6. It seems rather singular to speak Mrs. Johnnie the little son of Mr and Co of the "age of clouds" of "old clouds' James Eason is very low with pneuon Mon-ca- y and "young clouds." yet It really ap monia. pears that such a distinction can be Dec, made, and that the discovery, as so Messrs Willie Johnson of Lexington matters happens and Monday Cox of Wilmore have been you to tobacco to frequentlybased upon Ina precedingscien All Work Guaranteed. mis tific. was visiting here. you to take. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clark and Mr. The conclusion was reached years Ruther Clark of Danville attended get ago in scientific quarters that the preaching here Sunday. density of a cloud was proportioned to of the number of water particles It con Mr. and Mrs. John Clark of Danville St, Danville, tained, the water particles, in turn IC. attended the burial of Mrs. Tine Huffdepending upon the particles of dust Ky. man at this place last week, present Later, however, these same W. B. Burton made his fourth ship- authorities ascertained that their first The Danville ment of stock last Friday to the Wilson conclusion was wrong, and that In Office over Miss Arnold's Milliuery. Co., N.C. Live Stock Co. The last shipment many clouds the density falls far short on Mon- was composed of 13 head of horses of proportionality with the number of water particles. Further Investiga day Dec, advise wnicn cost on an average ot $1ob. per tion points to the fact that the size which"" averaged head and 12 with particles you tobacco to $183. per head. mnles brings the numb- of the water the cloud. changesclouds This The the "age" of you to er of stock shipped by Mr. Burton to upon which the first observations were thisjfirm this season up to 100 head, made must, it is thought, have been get old clouds, and in them thj water and he is still buying for them. particles, being comparatively large of Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. appeared to be proportional to the W. B. following St., Danville purchasesBurton reports the Of J. R. density. But the later observations Lancaster, -- -- of stock recently: Kentucky.. or upon Ky. Knox of Danville, one 5 year old mare were made young clouds. In which the particles Office Hours Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders and son mule for 200. and one 7 year old har- were small in size. Office over and Mr. John Sanders of Crab Orchard ness horse for $125. of J. J. Cozatt of 8ft.m ol2. lp.m. to 4. Stormes' Crag Store Mrs. Mary Sanders- - and daughter and Parksville 1 pair of five year old mare Miss Flora Wiley of Stone and Mrs. H. mules for 425. ; of J. A. Allen of near R. Montgomery and children were with Danville one pair 5 year old mare mules for 410; he purchased at Fox's sale DENTIST. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hicks Sunday. three mules, paying therefor 505. and Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. of Mrs. Parmelia Ross of this connty Wash Those Pimples off. 5 one 5 year old harness horse for 135. Use D. D. D., that mild, soothing wash, that recognized remedy for EcKentucky's Potato Crop. causes heartburn, sour zema and all skin troubles. First The recently issued census report, stomach, nervousness, drops take away that awful burning PHONE 323-- J. nausea, impure blood, and itch, cleanse the skin wash away taking 1909 as a basis, figures the agOffice over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. more trouble than every pimple evsry impurity. Noth- gregate annual acreage in potatoes, first and second crops, in this State to kinds of diseases. ing like D. D. D. for the complexion. Lancaster, Kentucky. be more than 55,000 acres. In 1909, the The food you eat ferments Get a 25c trial bottle today, worth in your stomach, and the ten times its cost to have a bottle in year the census enumerators made their report, they reported 55,750 acres poisons it forms are abthe house. At any rate, drop in today which was an increase of 18,590 acres sorbed into your whole ahd investigate the merit of this system, causing many diswonderful prescription. For sale by over 1899, the previous census year, when 37,160 acres were planted. The tressing symptoms. At the R. E. McRoberts & Son. aggregate yield for 1909 was 5,120,141 first sign of indigestion, try bushels, and average yield per acre was BUENA VISTA 92 bushels. Those up on conditions in E. W. Mo rroi Graduate Optician Glassed Fltted.fttlsfactlon Guaranteed. all parts of the State estimate this Wilbur Scott was a recent visitor to year's crops will figure cohsiderably relatives in Nicholasville. OOOOgOOOOOC6OoOOOOOOOO0 less than 1909. Some say the crop will Miss Margaret Asians is at home fall short fully 30 or 40 per cent. MI-O-N- A WEEN EY. J. E. Robinson, Hair and 4i HOUSE. DR.Wm.BUllSTETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Warehouse will have their opening sale 4th. We advise take your want this house if full value for it, their place business is at 508 west walnut Tobacco H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky. l M. Denny, Tobacco DENTIST Warehouse will have their opening sale 24th. We to take your want this house if full value for it, their place business is at 508 West Walnut Dr. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. newly-forme- d Indigestion H. TINSLEY,County Surveyor. d. many-differe- nt Thedford's ht X Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. from a stay with relatives at Burgin. Mrs Tripp of Lexington is the guest Away Goes Pimples, Blackheads, Eczema, of her brother and family J. W. Dis-mukes. Black-Draug- uiit riowers of QUALITY. m Dandruff And Other Skin Affections. . DECEMBER. 1st at Hiattsville spent Saturday and day at home. Miss Myrtle Rrble, who is teaching WHEN ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP ARE Sun- gSyyvJtuqh time the penalty will go dffrDo not fail to pay your Tax now. Also your water bill. Save your self money and the city collector "time. -- Everything for Orchard, Lawn and cellent sermons here Sunday morning Garden. Our prices may interest you and evening. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Askins have Rev. L. R. Godley preached two ex- 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 and do not put off one minute. to-d- ay &...--Eymtttcw9'r . HEREON, City Tax Collector. A gone to Bradfordsville to visit their daughter Mrs. Walton. & Sons. The protracted meeting at Mt. Olivet conducted by the pastor Rev. Simpson Lexington, Kentucky. continues, this is the third week Mr. Will Brown and Miss Ada Scott ' stole a march on their friends last week by driving to Lexington where they were united in marriage. Miss The undersigned hereby give warn- Scott is a handsome blond of about ing to all persons not to transpass upon eighteen. It is Mr. Brown's second our lands for any purpose whatever as venture upon the sea of matrimony. we will prosecute all offenders to fulMr. Benny Tracy departed this life lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Nov. 10th after a brief illness of pneuFishermen especially take notice. monia. He formerly lived in LouisSqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra ville more than a year ago he and wife W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price came here to reside. with his sisteHn E F Herring W A Price law. He was a man of a quiet gentle W S Embry S L Rich disposition and a consistent member o'f Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin the Methodist church. Funeral conDave Thompson J W Sweeney ducted at the home by Rev. Simpson Z T Rice Jas Sutton interment at family burial grourd. . He Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels is survived by wife and one son. D B Anderson H C Arnold The Danville W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, L H Brown G Y Conn Co., T W Conn J G Conn on Monopening J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. Mrs Maggie Boulden Dec, Dr. W Burnett C G Gay "WVK Leavell you tobacco E Dunn John Boian you E G Hammock Mrs. MackiaMcGYath Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan J. W. Simpson T. M. Arnold, Jr of J. H. Posey, VS, C. Hendron. ' B. L. Kelley. St, Danville Ky H.F.Hillenmeyer POSTED 4 USED. McRoberts Drug Store savs. "We are so confident that ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP used together will rid the ' skin"or scalp of infant or grown person ECof PIMPLES, BLACKHEAD, ZEMA, DANDRUFF, INSECT BITES or any form of itching, irritated, disfiguring skin or scalp trouble, that we do not hesitate to recommend these clean refined remedies to' every person who desires quick relief and a cure from any form of aggravated skin or scalp affection. Oftentimes one bottle and one cake of soap will cure a minor case of skin trouble. the old, reliable, vegetable liver powder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Mrs. Riley Laramore, of Goodwater, Mo., says: "I suffered for years from dyspepsia and heartburn. Thedford's in small doses, cured my heartburn in a few days, ana now 1 can eat without Try it. distress." Black-Draught, Lware ivicKooerts. The Henry L.Casey,D.v.s VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Iudustry Philippine Islands. United States Army Office Telephoue 32 at Logan's Stable. and 432. DANVILLE. KY Insist on Thedford's Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs Public Sale. Tobacco ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP produce Having sold my farm, I will on sure arid swift results. You will not J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. TUESDAY, NOV, 28th, 11 suffer another day after you commence at 10 o'clock sharp, at my residence on to use them. You will feel like a new the Lexington pike, 3J miles from person Lancaster, sell the following: ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be obOne aged saddle mare, in foal to tained from one leading druggest in horse; 1 combined five year old mare every city or town in America ana in 0,d mare !" al hoRe; 1 Lanraster. By McRoberts Drug Store. ' V1 to 1 parr year old Cleaning and Pressing Lafoal horse; mare mules, well broke; 2- nice young Jersey cows giving milk now and will dies and Men:s Garments. be fresh in the Spring; also 1 red Phone 340. Public 'Square. heifejr to be fresh in the Spring; I yearling heifer; 1 short yearling steer; Royal blood and splendid individuality. - Fall boars and gilts for sale. ?er - Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co . will have sale their day 4th. We advise John White & to (.OUISVILLE. KY.Co 'lmmmZ toiake your want to Established 1837 this house if get full value for it, their (ilghcsticarketprlce paid WKmT-fPlZFURS nd business is at 508 ft HIDES. place WOOL west walnut tl CQHIIIHI9I Warehouse 5 wSSjmmmmmmmmmummm 3 No. 1 Poland China brood sows and 2 nice Poland China shoats. 1 harness pony, 6 years old. h. W. Faulkner, opened-, jVLgr. - .dKfPWPl -- Farming Implements consisting of e wagon, binder, cutting '1 harrow, 1 A harrow, plows, gear, 2 buggies and harness, etc ''About 75 barrel of corn in crib, stack of oats. and kitchen furniture. Household Terms made known on day of sale. ." W. H. SEBASTIANjJr. J. P. Prather, Auctioneer. two-hors- I have just up a new, Barber Shoo on Lexington street next toV office and will be glad to-i friends. tq call and see Tools, Sharp Razotf,lotten roa ii iv JOHN 1" gS5pAV "" 9 4; ,- 1- f. . . XiiT 3j&j&&fer- -...- O.fc2i.-SKSZ2sH:. V . Jk.J. . vi ; j-- gt C- - ., ....,t. , . w