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THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 191 I. TWENTY SECOND YEAR. NUMBER 25. arereaETCTm jgyisa .-rey l2L'fe&j4l7,l You Are Cordially Invited To Attend our Fall Opening and Fashion Show FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th AND 30th, 1911. jmm m-m ii mi At this ijlljgJljlilfllJiliJSIiM IT IS NOT MAGIC THAT PRODUCES Glen Lily Flour, It is just a combination of Good Wheat and Scientific Milling. We buy only the BEST WHEAT to begin with and put it through a process of Milling that insures a uniform product at all times. If you have not tried GLEN LILY FLOUR do so today. Garrard Milling Co. Lancaster, Kentucky. MrMlliiJlIiJliiJ iJMllilfSililiIillllrSMJliU! i F&&m&& HEATING AND PLUMBING. We use the best ma terial the market affords. Let us make you an esti mate on your wants. We install the Pneu matic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. FALL OZEHSrHtNTGi- e JOSEPH time ive will display all that is new and novel in wearing apparel, for Ladies' and attendance of every Woman in this and surrounding counties who Our Time Will Be Yours. The Joseph iPjjyiiisliillSSliS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29th and 30th, 1911. MERCANTILE COMPANY, The One of Only Exclusive Ladies' rWEAjmnEamsri!Lsnnb.&j3g&1&.4g&7y?&j&swTSzz Mrs. John Logan of New York is here visiting relatives and friends. Miss Rella Arnold will hold her open ing on Saturday of this week. She has a large and well selected line of pretty hats that are not surpassed in any market. I have secured the agency for the Chi-Namel'stencil patterns"andwill have on display, finished samples, etc, at R. E. McRobcrts & Son drug storer Satur day Sept, 30th. The Ladies are invited to call and see them. Mrs L. N. Miller. Mrs. Charles P. Weaver of Louis ville will speak at Teachers Institute next Thursday on school improvement. Mrs. Weaver is employed by State Federation of Woman's club to speak throughout Ky., and is now organizer of school improvements leagues. She has met with great success and comes to Lancaster under auspices of Woman Club of Lancaster. All inflrested in good schools are cordialy invited to hear Mrs. Weaver. Deaths. Mr. William I. Ralston who has lived almost seventy five years in Garrard county, and who was one of the most highly respected of the citizens of the Paint Lick section, died at his home on White Lick creek last Friday. Mr. Ralston had been in failing health for a considerable length of time. After services at the church at Manse con- uucteu oy Kev. u. u. tsrown, his re mains were interred in the cemetery at Old Paint Lick. Their Visit To Be Made Pleasant 5 And Profitable. The teachers who attend the tri-coun-ty Teachers Institute next week are to have a pleasant as well as a profitable time. Teachers will be here from Boyle and Mercer counties and en Tues day night at the College building they will be tendered a reception by the Garrard county teachers, and during the week Supt Higgins has in addition to able instructors, provided entertain ment in the way of lectures by seme of the best talent of the state. Institute. The tri-county Institute composed of Boyle, Mercer and Garrard will con vene in" Lancaster October 2. A rec eption will be given by the Garrard teachers on Tuesday night at the school building. On Wednesday night Supt. Cassiday and Mrs. Stewart will each lecture, and on Thursday night Prof. G. D. Smith of the Richmond Normal School will give an illustrated lecture. Mrs. Charles P. Wearner and other distin guished guests are expected during the week. Suburban Farm For Sale. By authority of Judge L. L. Walker, executor of the will of T. B. Walker, deceased, we offer for sale, privately, a fertile farm of 265 acres, adjoining the City of Lancaster, Ky,, ph the North, East, which yields afcundant crops of all the monejAmakig.products which' are morevahntfiie than other cropsr because thmarketing is much iessi i Itlias a large new barn aqd fronts beautifully on Richjnond avenue, within the City limits, thus solving the proflem of (j&unty" andCity life by conjbintrig (hem into one. A splendid farmVMronting on a concrete walk with the advantage of electric lights, telephone, pavement to churhes, post office, stores and one of the best schools in the State, is easily worth $30.00 more per acre than the same kind of land far out in the country. We can sell it as it is, or include a handsome residence which can be con nected by an intervening track of land. The farm can be sold in several tracts. Call on .. HUGHES & SWINEBROAD. Real Estate Agts. Lancaster, Ky. -A-ZsTID There will be preaching at Herring School House Sunday afternoon. Every body invited to come out. Farmers Union Reeling. The Stockholders of the Paint Lick Local of the Farmers Union will meet at the Court House in Lancaster, Ky. on Saturday September 30th at two o'clock for the transaction of impor tant business. This organization is assuming goodly proportions in the county, and the farmers claim that much good will result therefrom. County Court Day. An unusually large crowd was in town Monday, even for September court, and there was more stock than ! has been seen here in several months. There was probably 200 mule colts here, but few of them selling, the farmers not caring to take what they considered the small price offered for them. What sold brought from S50. to $110. Good Attraction. One of the best attractions seen at the Lancaster Opera House in some time was witnessed on last Thursday night in "The Man On The Box." The play is an exceptionally strong one and was well rendered, but owing to the fact that sufficient time was not given to properly advertise it. they had a small crowd, The management has promised a return engagement in the near future. Damage Suit For Calvin Elam's Death. Attorneys retained in the damage suit of Calvin Elam's administrator against the Bourbon Home Telephone Company and the Paiis Gas and Elec tric Co., were yesterday taking deposi tions in the case which will come up for trial in the Bourbon CircuitCourtat the November term. The suit is against the corporations jointly and the peti tions prays for damages to the extent of $30,000 for the death of Elam which is alleged to have been caused by an electric light wire crossing a dead tele phone wire of the Home Company. Elam coming in contact with the dead wire is alleged to have knocked him from a pole, while in the discharge of his duties as lineman in the employ of the telephone company, causing his death. The defendant is represented by Talbott & Whitley, while the plain tiff companies have retained Judge Denis Dundon and Hon. C. M. Thomas. Bourbon News. Calvin Elam was a Garrard county boy who went to Paris to work for the telephone company, and was killed af ter being in their service but a few days. Sick All Improved. We are glad to be able to announce that all those who were reported Sick in last weeks issue are improving. Judge Walker is still at the Lancas ter Hospital, where he will be confined for some time, however, he is doing ust as well as could possibly be ex pected, his temperature is keeping well under control, he is resting well and barring the unforseen, it is only a matter of time when he will be able to be out. Coleman Gulley is up and was able to take a drive on Monday. Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson is able to be up and is gaining strength rapidly. Little Guy Watkins has a pretty severe attact of typhoid fever, but is reported as being better and improving slowly. Llllard the young son of Mr. Adam Kelly, who also has typhoid fever is also improving, and is thought to be well on the road to recovery. Mrs. Dr. Amon who has been ser iously ill and who recently suffered a severe relapse is very much improved, and her condition at present is such as to inspire her friends with, hope for her speedy recovery. FASHION LANCASTER, Children, in latest 1911 Models for Fall. We hope are interested in up-to-the-hour clothes. Our Pleasure In Showing You. rcantile Co. Outfitters in Lancaster. TERRIBLE ACCIDENT Edward Cosby Terribly Burned While fiillfnrr LipnlinQ Jonlr About two thirty o'clock Wednesday afternoon while Edward Cosby was filling a gasoline tank in front of Haselden Bro's store from a Standard Oil wagon, of which he was the driver, he accidently spilled some of the oil on the ground and also on his clothes which were already satuated with oil and grease. A match had been drop ped on the ground near the tank and upon this the young man unknowingly stepped, instantly he was a mass of flames and dropping his can of gaso line he fled in terror across the square, he was finally captured and thrown to the ground and rolled over and the flames extinguished not however until he had sustained horrible burns about the arms and legs principally, and some burns about the body. The flesh and skin coming away from his body in shred$" when the smoking clothing was cut from him. He was hurried to the rear of McRobert's drug store and Drs. Acton and Kinnaird, with the assis tance of Mr. McRoberts and the citi zens, did every thing in their power to alleviate his terrible suffering. After the physicians had dressed his burns, he was taken to the Lancaster Hospit al where he is resting as comfortable as possible after his terrible exper ience. Young Cosby is from Junction City, and even while undergoing such suf fering, he had sufficient presence of mind to request that his mother be not apprised of his accident, as she was sick. The young man has been in the employ of Mr. J. W. Sweeney for some time, driving the oil wagon, and Mr. Sweeney and all who know him hold him in high esteem, and hope his injuries may not prove as serious as they first appear. Thursday morning Mr Cosby died at half past two o'clock this morning and the remains were taken to Junction City for burial. Much sympathy is extended to the bereaved Father and Mother. He was the only child. Struck Popular Chord. The Record's recent article advocat ing the extension of the water works to Dix river seems to have struck a popu lar chord as many citizens have ex pressed, themselves as being heartily in favor of the proposition. It is to be hoped that the City Coun cil will take the matter up and see if it be plausible to go into the matter at this time. We surely do need better water. Squire McKecknie Dead. Squire Jas. McKecknie died at his home near Hubble this morning at 5 o'clock of stomach trouble. He was 50 years of age and came to this country from Scotland when he was 14 years of age. He has been living in Lincoln county for the past 10 years and short ly after he moved there married his present wife who is a sister to Hon. J. E. Robinson county attorney of this county. Mr. McKecnie was well liked by all who had the pleasure of knowing him. He is a Magistrate of Lincoln county and before he lost his health was prominently mentioned for county judge of that county. He was of the pure Scottish type and had lots of wit. He recently returned from the old country and wrote THE RECORD sev eral letters that were much appreciat ed by' our readers. Lincoln county has lost a good citizen by his death and he will be sadly miss ed by the good people of the Hubble section. He leaves a wife and four children to mourn his loss. The funeral will be conducted by Eld er D. M. Walker at the Hubble church at 10 o'clock Saturday morning and his remains will be laid to rest in the Lan caster Cemetary. :ow KENTUCKY. iHje iiiiissiijgiBgiijgjiig. jsjgjiiijaigiiji.iiii!g I HAVE YOU WHAT? The Studebaker i Noisiless as a Rubber Hammer. The Great Hill Climber. The Car of Now. The Car of The Future. m Can be seen in our window. A drive will CONVINCE you. FULLY EQUIPED Haselden Bros. BfMi:gfliMf7ail:giMrgMifl "gfHMiMrrUl: I We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. BE?& r I 8 HI NowJls the time to buy an Old Hickory Wagon The strongest and lightest run ning wagon made. Buy Buggy and Wagon Harness while they are so cheahj. W. J. ROMANS. i mm ; a v 3 I - s for the SEE IT? I "Flanders 20" $915.00 111 r 3 t "7 x v.