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After a long drawn out legal battle, Largest fowls, best layers. Nicholasville is to have open saloons, strain. Mrs. M. D. Hughes. Lancaster, Ky,. the Court of Appeals having recently Interesting and instructive services affirmed the decision of the Jessamine local opa. m. and p. ffl. we're held at the Lan Circnit Court as to the recent tion election held there. caster Methodist church last Sunday. Those present represented all churches Better Restrain The Goat. were earnest in commendatiori. The Methodist will unite with the Presby- - A man named Hatzel is suing the terian next Sunday night in Home Mis- - Modern Woodmen Of America for 10,000 for alleged rough treatment sion services. received during an .initiation ceremony, fin Frnm Home To Learn The News.". he claiming that the ceremony resolved itseii into a sort ot assassination The An item published in a paper in a local lodges had best take warning neighboring town to the effect that from this and restrain their goats for Mr. W. J. Romans of this place had fear of injury either real or imaginary let the contract for the construction of might befall some of their candidates. opera house in a new and being extensively copied. Lancaster, is He's Back Anyway. Being news to us, we sought Mr. RoYou of ted hear the remark nowadays mans and asked him about it, and he that "he can't come back", a3 being tells us it is also news to him. and annllOfl frt man xtrlirv ot crtma TMatrirMia ""-- " ""- - i".. "" "1V"' "" that he has no such move even in con- -. time were prominent in some walk ot templation. life, but who have become members of "has been club". This remark is now Old Timer On The Job. the being heard on all sides in regard Hon. John Sam Owsley of Stanford ;to Col. Roosevelt. Well "Teddy" is came over Tuesday to look after the back anyway, boots, squrs and saddle, ' prosecution of the criminal docket and his hat is in the ring, it now the temporary absence of mains to be seen whether or not his George Florence. Sam is well quali- return will be productive of any great fied for this position having served the gain to him. district in that capacity for many years and in a very acceptable man Wish It Were In Our Power To Aid Him. ner. He will continue to look after Mr. Roy A. Haines the genial editor these duties until Mr. Florence is able of the Hillsboro O, Dispatch is being to resume his work, or until the end urged by his friends in the Sixth Ohio of the present court. Congressional District to become a candidate for congress. Mr. Haynes is a Cap't Doty "Promotes' of Mr. W. B. Mason of this stepping high place, we have the pleasure of his ac Capt. J. A. Doty is these days and wears a smile that quaintance, andj know him to be a clev- . .A.. a 'WA'fi nv;ai uu. xuv reason fm the er ireniieman ot snienuid aualmcations.' ,o nf? v. i i wui good humor of this clever gentleman is ami we wisn circumstances wouiu per-thGov, McCreary has made him a mit of our being of assistance to him, Colonel on his staff, and to say that provided he concludes to become a can- nlonsprl thp tV,a nmmntirm Cn.nt.sin dldate. does not half express, the compliment Should Be Stopped. was doubly appreciated because of the an fact that it was from the hands of Over in Bourbon county last week a old comrade in arms, both of them shooting contest was held between two having worn the gray. expert shots at live pigeons, each one striving to see which could kill the George Florence Sick. most out of one hundred birds released. This seems to us to be a wanton, ruthCommonwealth's Attorney George D. Florence was compelled to abandon his less aiultcruel sport and should be dispost on Tuesday and go to his home in pensed with. What has become of the Stanford. He was suffering with a various societies for the prevention of severe cold, and it was feared that cruelty to animals, the Audobon sociepneumonia would develop. We sin- ties, and like organizations which have cerely hope that the latter will not the ca.-- and protection of animals and prove true, and that the clever gentle- birds for their object, that they do not man will be able to resume his duties put a stop to such proceedings. in a few days. By courteous and er. fair treatment Mr. Florence during his short service at the LancasThe Lexington Herald has the folter bar has won a host of friends, both lowing complimentary notice of Harry among attorneys and citizens, all of McCarty's work as secretary of the whom will regret to hear of his illness. State Farmers Institute. We hope Bro. McCarty will not become so infatuated with his new work as to induce him to exchange the quill for the plough share. Secretary Harry McCarty, of the Agricultural Department, was indefatigable in his work of handling the institute. He is an enthusiastic student of farming and if he proves as industrious and successful in his new field of activity as he has shown in the editing and managing of a first class newspaper plant the farmers of Kentucky willhave just cause to be proud of their Commissioner and his efficient secretary. I te son-in-law NUMBER 4s. lg33C5K&3K32Sg For Sale: Pure White Orpington Nicholasville Wet. Mrs. Greenleaf Severely Burned. l -- 1 i ffli ft A I m "SST 0 II T& ftSuH S3&. J5 f. .". Cqitq Bios Sell the Best Goods at the lowest prices? Do the best work at the most reasonable sincere regret that we learned of a serious accident which befell Mrs. J. E. Greenleaf in Richmond last week. She was standing before an open fire when in some unaccountable mannpr her clothing became ignited, and before assistance could reacli her she was severely burned. Her Mrs. Emma Kauffman of this city hurried to her bedside. Reports as to her condition are all but favorable. Later As we go to press, the sad news comes that Mrs. Greenleaf died at four o'clock Thursday morning. The funeral will be held in Richmond, Friday afternoon, the exact time is not yet known. It was with MmMiSJMiJiiEiBjriyEfH sister-- in-law, prices? Have C. D. McCarthy working for them, who is about the best workman in the state? That when you buy a piece of machinery from them, you are sure to be satisfied for they know how to fix it so as to give the best service? That they can order anything in their line, that they haven't on hand and guarantee that you vail be satisfied? That they will be pleased to have you call on them in their new store at the "Old Mason Hotel Property" on Stanford street and inspect their line of Buggies, Implements, Hardware etc., and get their prices on any work you may want done? fKn. rat in? " ;i Vi - jH i . .- at See our White Clipped Seed Oats, Timothy, Clover, Alsyke, Blue and Or- m Free Sewing Machine chard Grass, before buying. We 1 Guaranteed for 5 years by HASELDEN BROS. This means to you if a belt, needle or any attachment can furnish balbreaks we will replace it. We insure this Machine for you against fire or water ed Clover, Mixfor years. If your home should burn we replace the chine, or if broken we will replace parts broken. Let us ed or Timothy ft show you a gocd Sewing Machine. hay in any quantity. Hudson & flflSELDEN BROS. Hughes. Phone, PJB75rBIl?rliiaBifillBrrtirai.?. m a frlSJllM 5 MaJm ' 26. Circuit Court. "9S r icr ! p) s 21110 vz faWi Itl taU ?a t? H II TT U sT H Lancaster, Ky. - j. u inn II nnmi ummnninr Ul.g H ur US HIE t HAi n 7 t 11 . UUIU57U iji illiiiWlilj tlUUUUg 1 """S 1 ' X e Editor-Farm- 833S&S3S23CBSS3SS3S3&S3C&33 82CS3233C&35 I rSii Did M iKSB5sr?S HH HBHHIHiiHHIflflHSflHMHEflMK The March term of the Garrard Circuit Court convened Monday morning with His Hpnor. Judge Charles A. Hardin presiding. Hon. George D. Florence was present promptly to see that the interests of the Commonwealth did not suffer; Sheriff George A. Ballard was present with his deputies, Messrs Curt A. Robinson, B. F. Robinson, Thomas Ballard and S. H. Estes, Mr. Curt Robinson handling the gavel. Mr. W. B. Mason with his deputy Miss Sue Shelby Mason presiding at the books. Judge Hardin's instruction to the grand jury was a very comprehensive one.Uealing with all manner of crime, dwelling at length,, upon the illegal sale of liquor and the carrying of con cealed deadly weapons, he sought to impress upon the minds of the jury the necessity if possible of removing the cause of crime, and thereby avoiding the actual crime, and the expense to the state incident to the prosecution of criminals, as well as the beneficial effects upon the morals ot the community. is as follows. The grand-jur- y N. J. Gosney.Foreman, John Dudderar, B. M. Lear, W. H. Lackey, A. J. Rice, J. R. Haselden, Ask Us For Prices - ON I K now J. W. Huffman, A. C. Baird, Alex Lay ton, J. B. Lawson, A. F. Sanders, Ed Smith, PETIT JURY J. T. Ralston, . ra. th At YOUE 6WBB ACCOUNT "Uncle Sam"xAfter "Pin hookers." DUE t? OBLIGA- oTsib3rj.x3La,ary I need MONEY to MEET my TIONS. . I Shall Expect You To Settle I Outsiders who purchase crops of tobacco and place them on the breaks or loose leaf market for speculation are known as "pin hookers". The U. S. Government requires that every person who buys and sells leaf tobacco, be the quantity large or small, shall have a license and shall keep a correct register of the amount bought, from whom purchased and the postoffice address, and to whom sold, and shall turn the register in, to the Internal Revenue Collector, at the end of the season or at such time as shall be designated. All of this costs nothing save the making of the application to the Collector, but it is a government requirement. Some of our farmers have been and Uncle Sam is keeping a sharp lookout for those operating without a license, so we would advise that if you have no license you secure one at once, as tnere is a heavy penalty attached to purchasing the weed with out complying with the government pin-hooki- W. R. Cook, Robert Cox, J. W. Simpson, W. E. Moss, Forest Calico, H. B. Cox, W. L. Lawson, George Smith Sr, C. F. Ison, A. D. Hughes, J. A. Beasley, Tom Wherritt, James House, J. T. Henry, J. H. Posy, R. F. Agee, Wm. Lear, J. T. Holtzclaw, J. E. Anderson, C. A. Arnold, W. S. Embry, V. A. Lear, Givens Terrill, The criminal docket is being rapidly Buggies, Harness, Wagons, Wire Fence, Ranges, Stoves, Harrows, Mowing Machines Corn Planters, Washing Machines, Garden Plows, Gasoline Engines, Plows, . Cultivators, Pumps, Rakes, Rope, Etc. Chains, I W. J. Eomans. wmmmmmkmmmwmmamam THE SUCCESS. requirements. cleared of the petty cases, about forty of minor importance having already been disposed of, notwithstanding the illness of Commonwealths Attorney Florence, County Attorney Joe E. Robinson locking after their prosecution, and he is surely seeing that no roses are strewn along the pathway of the transgressor. Dave Denny who carved Mote on the Buckeye pike several months ago was given 2 to 5 years in the pen, both colored. Lewis Yantis, shooting Robert Gibbs, both colored, dismissed, Bud Woolwine, selling soft drinks without the formality of securing a license was fined $60. James Check unlawful sale of whiskKav-anaugh J ey, 60. fit Once v otherwise you will have to pay the COST of a SUIT. The above is the LAST NOTICE that will be given You. H. T Lo gan, Lancaster, Kentucky. i I - .. m iHHHHMHHBi ,4--v v wy- John Opp, same offense, same penalWe Welcome His Return. ty. Col. Jefferson, same offense, same Capt. Phil Price, one of the most penalty. popular conductors on the L. & N., has Chas. Johnson, same offense, not been transferred from his present run guilty. Dilliard Simpson Concealed weapons, between Cynthiana and Lexington, and put back on his old train between this $60. and ten days. Several of the parties, already under city and Rowland. Capt. Price had charge of this run several years ago, indictment for murder and who are and his local friends will be glad to now in jail have their trials set for welcome him back again. Richmond next week. The trial of Charles Humber and Register It will seem like old times to see Phil Alvin Thomas, charged with shooting Price conductor on "Old Henry.". James Jones, which was transferred This eight day accommodation derived here from the Lincoln Circuit Court, its name from its engineer, good old and which resulted in a mistrial at the Uncle Henry Lammers, rest his soul, last term of court, is set for today who has.gone to his reward, and who (Thursday) and a special yenire of 50 was as good an engineer as ever pulled men has been summoned from Boyle We s a throttle.' The. sight o'f Lammers, county from which to select a jury. The grand jury has already turned Flietag his fireman, and Conductor Price was a familiar sight for many six indictments into court, among vears on the K. C. from Richmond to which is included one against Othal sold. Rowland, and so long did they traverse East for barn burning, one against the road that the train came to be Luther Simpson for barn burning and known as "Old Henry". Flietag is another against Luther Simpson for B still on the job to welcome Phil Price attempted barn burning. East and Simpson are both in jail. 'back to his old run. Roller Bearing Lightest Draft Spreader Made. HEADQUARTERS FOR The Genuine Oliver Plows; Hillside Syracuse Plows, Syracuse Turning PLOWS. Few Vulcan Plows at COST. still have a few Heaters that we will sellcheap. Sole agents for American Fence. The best and heaviest fence Call and compare with other makes before purchaeing. " i. I rT MOUNT, SON & GO. H -- -- Ll v 1 r SS. ip-V-..- i- 'V 5- - Mr. W. M. Martin will speak at the The,promoters of the scheme have Court House Saturday March Oth. at nave Deen postponed, ior one weeKa iuu. INCORPORATED. in mind, theTPilgrimage "Distillery prop- 1:3.0 P. M. an the. "Splendor Of' The particulars will ha sent out later. 51.00 a year erty, Issued Weekj.t, which is admirably adapted to Human. Body And How To Make It Back To The Old Home. ths proposed use, and which may be Perfeot." Evervbodyis cordially in" CLAY WALKER. Editor. purchased at a reasonable figure; this GREEN Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold have vited to hear this splendid speaker. property cost originally 25,000; there disposed of their laundry in London Entered at tfcc Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., are upon the grounds several commodThe Womans Club has organized a and have returned to Lancaster, where Mall Matter. as Second-Clas- s ious buildings, one of which is brick, "Junior Civic League composed of the they expect to make their future home. there i3 ample room, a splendid lake of pupils in the Graded School. The ob- They are boarding temporarily with Dr. Win. BURNETT, Treas. A. F. SANDERS, Sec. H. V. BASTIN, Pres. Member Kentucky Press Association water, a switch connecting the prop ject of the League is to teach that Civ "Uncle Dave" Ross. Mr. Arnold tells erty with the L & N railroad, in fact ic beauty, is civic duty and to cultivate us that he had a good business in Lonand many of the advantages which are ab a love of trees, flowers and birds. don but the longing for the old home Eighth District Publishers League. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE: solutely necessary to a loose leaf mar When the interest ot the children is was constantly upon him, and seeing already there; it would take a fully enlisted,-- the college yard, the an opportunity'to dispose of his" inket are Dr. Wm. Burnett, "A." J1. Sanders, Arthur C. Beazley, W. B. Moss, Noah Marsee, Jesse N. Sanders, Geo. Lancaster, Kyv Marck 8, 1912. comparatively small amount to place streets and the park, will present-- a far terests at agood figure, he seized" it W. Leave'll, A. B. Wynn, John P. Hamm, Raymond Hendren, Ed Chandler, John Merriman, H. V. Bastin. the property in condition for conduct- better appearance than at present. and is now home again to stay. ing sales, and improvements could be A contest has been arranged for comRates For Political Announcements made from year to year as the re- positions on the subject "How I can Never Weary In Well Doing. Precinct Clubs were Organized with the following Officers. ? 5.00 quirement of the business demanded. Help Lancaster.". For Precinct and City Offices On last Sunday afternoon Marshal 10.00 However, the promoters of the scheme The best composition selected from For County Offices betCourt House W. B. Moss, Pres., A. F. Sanders, Sec, R. S. Brown, Treas. 15.00 are not wedded to - this or any other each grade will appear in the column Herron detected Fred Emerson, For State and District Offices ter known as "Pottsey" a well known 10 piece of property, their intention is to of this paper beginlng this week with ." For Calls, per line East Park Noah Marssee. Pres., J. C. Cricillis, Sec, Geo. Anderson, Treas. colored character, in the act of " 10 inaugurate a loose leaf tobacco market, Miss Dean's grade. For Cards, per line West Park Jessie N. Sanders, Pres., Cronley Broaddus, Sec, J.T. Hicks, Treas. selling whiskey and promptly nabbed not to dispose of any certain piece of For all publications in the inter- him, in police court he was fined $100. Union John Merryman, Pres., S. L. Baird, Sec, J. L. Coldiron, Treas. City Council Getting Busy. property, and after the final details est of individuals or expresfor the offense. Thiff neero is an old Paint Lick A. B. Wynn, Pres', C. B. Ledford, Sec, John L. Dozier, Treas. are arranged, the stockholders may The City Council met in regular ses- offender and sion of individual views, per notwithstanding he has 10 purchase any property they may deem sion on Monday night and transacted Bryan tsville John P. Hamm, Pres., Noah Marsee, Jr., V. Pres., John Durham, Sec, Ben Halcome, Tres, line worked out several stiff fines, he will 05 most advisable. The stock is being their regular monthly routine business. Obituaries, per line Walker School House Raymon Herndon, Pres., Sam Prather, Sec, J. T. Foley, Treas. persist in dabbling with the "critter". taken very liberally in blocks of from Mr. L. D. Hollingsworth of Frankfort The Buckeye Ed Chandler, Pres., Lee Brown, Sec, Harrison Ray, Treas. alert Marshal has his eye on him $100. to ?500. and the more generally appeared before them in regard to constantly and hopes by the administraANNOUNCEMENTS it is distributed throughout the county, making the survey and doing other tion of such does as the last to break the better it will be for the ultimate preliminary work necessary to the him Following are te Charter Members of the Club: of his evil ways. success of the enterprise. That a loose construction of the extension of the For Commonwealth Attorney. leaf market pays well those who in- water works system, however, nothing G. M. Green, Robt. Whitteker, Morris Callico, Andy Conn, Releford Preston, D Carter, Splendid Shipment Of Horses. to announce Emmet vest their money in it, has been thor- definite was done in the matter as Mr. We are authorized Daniel East. James Moberly, J. A. Hiattt Dan Ray, Noah Marsee, E. Hammond, The best lot of horses shipped out of G. A. Morgan, Wm. Hiatt, Puryear as a candidate for Common oughly demonstrated in surrounding Hollingsworth had not viewed the W. G. Morgan, Cha3. Logan, J. P. Hamm, B. Wynn, Ruben Ray, A. M. Bishop, wealth attorney, subject to the action towns, and people here who have made proposed work to be done and could Lancaster in many years was on WedCronley Broaddus, W. T. Royse, Sam Plumber, F. Broaddus, a study of the matter are ready.,to ad- not give an estimate of his charges, nesday shipped by Mr. W. B. Burton of the Democratic party, Alex Walker, J. B. Soper, i A. H. McQuery, James Dosier. Nelson Marsee, A. Merriman, A. F. "Sanders, D. White Marsee, ' R. N. McQuery, mit that the investment would proye the matter will be taken up next Mon to the Wilson Live Stock Co., Wilson Meadows, A. J. Herbert Burdette, C. Meadows, profitable. C. D. Powell, Jim Durham, S. N. Davis, Carry Anderson, J. E. Dickerson, day night, at which time he will be N. C. There, was in the consignment S. Greenleaf, For County Judge. A question which is asked by almost Best, Walker, Thomas Chappie, W. B. Moss, R. M. Grayson, J. D. Leavell, V. Chestnut, able to submit an estimate of his 24 horses, teams roadsters and saddle everyone who is approached on the charges horses, and they cost on an average of Geo. Grow, Jerry Doty, T. M. Howard, A. H. Ragon, Denny Overstreet, J. W. Simpson, for the proposed work. Mr. We are authorized to announce Clay- subject is ' 'can we get the buyers", $203. per head. The following are a C. T. Brummett, Dr. J . A. Amon, D. T. Brummett, Z. Mozely, Edd Chandler, Rob. Simpson, ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- for answer we will say that this phase Hollingsworth is well known to many few of the horses in the shipment, the A. H. Bastin, Herbert Bishop, F. F. Sowder, Joe Wearen, A. F. Thompson, j Robt Prather, Lancaster people, having married Miss ty Judge of Garrard County subject to of the question will be thoroughly inLi. u. rtaney, S. S. Long Robers L. Meadows, J. C. Cricillis, P. Hurt, Lizzie Huffman, a daughter of the car being filled out with horses pur- W. R. Bastin, the action of the democratic party. vestigated before anything definite is late Dr. Huffman. chased by Mr. Burton at the recent Sale Hurt, A. L. Baird, U. G. Marsee, S. L. Walker, Wesley King, il. B. Walker, sales in Lexington;- - He bought of W. B. Grow, We are authorized to announce done in the matter, but we give it as Smith Burnside, Joe Cricillis, Speed Ledford, J. M. Cricillis, Lewis Noel. W. A. Henderson, C. S. Cotton A. Beazley as a candidate for our opinion that 5,000,000 pounds oZ Farra Mentioned For Delegate To Nat-- Smith Powell of Hustonsville one 5 Jim Logan, James Crit Meadows, John C. Moss, Shird Ray, year old harness horse for 175., of J. F. Marsee, Tom Leavell, County Judge of Garrard county, sub the best tobacco produced in the world Smith Hurt H. S. Gay, James Denny, W. I. Long, ional Convention. Danville parties he purchased two har- Albert Church, W. D. Hammack, Clayton Marsee, to the action of the Democratic will never want for buyers. G. N. Metcalf Ansel Meadows, iect Jesse Faulconer, We havefacts and figures from one U. M. Burgess party. The Frankfort correspondent of the ness horsee for $175. each, of Morgan Wm. Burnett, W. H. Parks, James Durham, Anthony Jett, Perry Long, of the most correct statisticians in the Louisville Times says: Representative Beasley he purchased a 4 year old har- Noah Marsee, G. L. Sower, Fred Hall, Bruce Sowder, A. J. Kidd. J. A. Sowder, county, one who has made a close study John M. Farra, of Garrard, and former ness horse for $175. of Ed Bourne of O. L. Hammack, Arthur L. Young, John Oaks, Marsee, I. C. Rucker, Jonah For Sheriff. W. A. Moberly, of this question, showing that the cost Senator W. W. Booles, of Spencer, this county a combined horse for $200., Andy Figg, Clayton Humphery, Wm. Hurt. Sr. John Forbes, James Mitchel, James Hood, We are authorized to announce C. A. of transporting the county's crop to are being strongly tipped for delegates of Dan Combast of Paint Lick a har- Tom Evans, W. E Hendrickson, J. T. Hicks, J. H. Hensley, E. G. Hammack, Joe Johnson, Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of adjoining markets, the cost of handl- from the Eighth Congressional dis- ness horse for $200., of Sam Maupin B. Ramsey, Jr., J. S. Fields, Vinnard Hurt, J. W. Simpson. Solan Black, Ephrem Denney, Garrard County, subject to the action ing it, extra teams and other expenses trict to the Democratic National Con- of Lebanon one harness horse for $205. Walter Humphery, W. A. Dorton, J. C. Tudor, Rus Holman, Louis Faulconer, Dunn, incident to the journey costs the grow-ere- s vention at Baltimore in June next. and of Anderson Carr of Stanford a Howard Harlan, of the Democratic party. W. T. Doolan, W. E. Whittaker, James Ross, Henry Turpin, James Hester, of the cuunty 22,500. annually. They reside at extreme ends of the harness mare for $200. C. F. Napier, W. R. Tudor, Mitch Lane, Emerel Clark, John Floyd, Geo. W. Leavell, We are authorized to announce All this money goes out of the county, C. B. Ledford, W. B. Moss, Jr., Chas. Creech, district and are located geographically Grant Creech, Wheeler Anderson, Louis Yantis, Ashby-Arnolas a candidate for sheriff to say nothing of the money which is to command strong support. Col. Patrons of The Lancaster Graded School, cicero Humber, W. L. Norman, W. H. Pumphery, C. H. Hendrickson D. N. Carter, Wm. McFerran, of Garrard county, subject to the ac- spent for merchandise by those who O. B. Peyton, Robert G. Evans, of Danville, one of Owing to much sickness, the attendance 'jack Floyd, R. J. Hendren, W. P. Eason, Henry Chandwell, J. S. Johnson, tion of the democratic party. accompany their crops to market. the n O. H. Hendren, Democrats in the has not been so good this month. I am Lou Miller, Pumphery, W. N. Creech, J. W. J. T. Thompson, A. C. Beazley, Geo. Dollins, We are authorized to announce W. Another disadvantage to the market- Eighth, is also an avowed aspirant for glad to say the attendance of this Ross Hutchinson, Wm. Kavanaugh, James Hutchinson, Sam Cotton, A. C. Mattock, E. G. Clark, W. O. W earen, B. T. Oaks, L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard ing away from home is the long and the honor of being a district delegate school as a whole is the best I have Henry Overstreet, J. W. Simpson, A. L. Davis, Oscar Botton, John Dorris, county, subject to the action of the tedious journey which it necessitates to the Baltimore convention. The ever seen. In some few cases the re- Kinnaird Dorton, Louis Hiatt, J. B. Creech, J. H. Turner, and the accompanying inconveniences genial Colonel has a knack of usually port cards are not analyzed thoroughly. B. Stormes, Dr. Wm. Johnston, E G. Creech, democratic party. R. H. Hester, Joe Turner, Robert Strange, and danger to the health. We would getting what he goes after and it These cards are written reports from Fred Buford, R. S. Brown, Joe Pellman, V. Peyton, Turner, John J. T. Marsee, be glad to publish the data which we would not be unwise to have a "ticket teacher to parent and not cards of Ben Boatwright, Tram Conn, H. V. Bastin, J. F. Holtzclaw, Wm. Fletcher, W. H. Sowders, For Assessor. haye in the premises, but space will on him." Bige Spurlock, Best Walker, J. D. Leavell, J. M. Campbell, commendation or of condemnation of Geo. Hood, Elbert Callico, We are authorized to announce Dave not permit of it In view of these Will Wallace, J. W. Wilson Flem George, B. Caldwell, R. F. Agee, the pupil. As an Honor Roll I will pre- Geo, Marsee, Shocking Tragedy In Stanford. C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor facts, it appears to us that a home A. Bryant, W. H. Sowder, Jerry Anderson, B. G. Smith, sent the following: J. B. Cairy. Philip Joseph, of Garrard county subject to the ac- market is not only to be desired, but Late last Sunday afternoon screams Sid Evans, John Smith, Harve Payne, J. T. Sowder. Charles I Joss, Sam Prather, First Grade. is an absolute necessity, and that the of a woman were heard at the home of tion of the democratic party. N. Rogers, Joe Sowder, E. G. Creech, Pierce Bryan, James Prather, Eugenia Dunlap, Jno. William Tin- Alvin Thomas, merchants of the county could find no Anderson Carr a well known colored Henry Cooley, W. A. Turner, Robt Hurt, Sam Adams, W. M. Logan, Thomas Hume, We are authorized to announce Mr. better investment than in the stock of man in Stanford, and about ten o'clock der, Henry Cox, Lillian Boyle, Lucille M. B. Turner, Frank Broaddus, James Calico, Walker Bryant, Jake Delaney, Henry Yater, Beazley, George D. Robinson. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- the proposed house, that it is as much Sunday night Carr went to Will Anderson, Cash Pumpheryt Millian Bryant, Geo. Beazley, Herbert Whittaker, the home of E. A. Anderson, nation of Assessor of Garrard County, to their interest to have a home mar- county Judge Bailey and reported Second Grade W. B. Moss, Jr., West Woods, Jacob White, Walter Flannery, Wm. Hurt. that Robert Noel, subject to the action of thefdemocratic ket for home products as it is to the his wife was dead, W. M. Brown, Mead Teater, Stella Brown, Christine Brown, P. E. Fowlie, Will Guynn, H. Beazley, Chas. Creech, stating to the Judge interest of the producers. 5party. Edd Wearen, Hamilton Cox, Lucille Schooler, Mat-ti- e S. W. Creech, Thurmond Teater, Joe Bourne, B. Ramsey Jr. Coldiron, she had been suffering with cramps J. L. There has been for some time a cur- that Reece Sowders, Lee Cox, Jane Haselden, Fayette Sowders, G. B. Robinson, Anna Ben a. Titus, Anderson Holland, Henry Duncan", We are authorized to announce J. B. rent of feeling among the farmers of that he was sitting before the fire Park Jenkins, L. F. Brown, Thos- - Manning, W. M. Horn, and that she threw a small mal- Fay King, Cecil Henry. William Wallace, Jim Overstreet, Collier as a candidate for the nomina- the county for a loose leaf market, J. H. Rodgers, A. B. Estridge, A. Ledford, Calvin Hensley, Charley Dunn, Third Grade Leslie Perkins, tion for assessor of Garrard county, several of them have expressed them- let at him to awaken him, the blow inW. R. Tudor, G. G. Anderson, W. M. Ledford, Josiah Metcalf, juring his head, that he went to a nearLouis Beazley, Elisha Carrier. Anderson, Alex subject to the action of the democratic selves as favoring it, but there has W. S. Scott. W. R. Noel, Allen Ledford, Thurmond Tudor, by physician to have the wound dressed Elias Stuart; Shirley Sadler, party. , Fourth Grade now no concerted action in been until M. E. Ledford, W. M. Ledford, Levi Tudor, Arthur Tudor, and when he returned he found his Bert Kavanaugh, John L. Brooks, Mary Brown. We are authorized to announce W. the matter, and now that the matter is wife across the bed cold in death. Everet Morgan, Chas. Smith, Henry Hunchinson, John Smith, Charles Owens, Ras Dunn, being placed in some tangible shape, is Fifth Grade. L. Huffman for a candidate for assessAlex Bishop, Tom Turner, John Hensley, Jr. W. W. West, Coroner George P. Bright empanelled Jesse Myers, Dan Bogie, or of Garrard county subject to the being offered to them for their approv a jury the following morning and a Carrie Belle Romans, Minnie M. Rob- J. B. Williams, C, B. Flannery, Oscar Bolton. G. L. Wylie, W. M. Simpson, J. B. Ledford, al and support, we believe that they inson, Bowman Grant, Hudson Fris- action of the Democratic party. Je3se Sanders--, Ed Hendrixon, Burt Tipton, R. W. Estridge, verdict was rendered charging Carr J. B. Bourne, Elm Mathes, will take hold of it readily, and that John W. Smith, Eugene Marsee, J. S. Davis, Henry Kuhlman, with the murder of his wife. He was bie, Margerite Cook, Bernice Champ. Wm. Baker, A. J. Payne, by the time another crop of Garrard S. L. Beard, Sixth Grade J. W. Miller, Thos. Kuhlman, For Sckol Superiatendait immediately arrested, but requested John Beazley, James Waye, James East, county tobacco is ready to be placed on Raymond Hendren Alex Mitchel, John F. Marsee, Henry Miller, the officers to accompany him to his Milton Estes, James Slier, Val Cook, Wilma Hen- A. N. Estes, We are authorized to announce Miss the market that an loose C. H. Collins, W. H. Hamilton, Lige Lackey, Arthur Arnold, A. B. Estrige, Jennie Higgins as a candidate for leaf warehouse will be in operation and store that he might get some valuable ry, Gladys Frisbie, Jno. Harvey Estes, W. L. Grow, Bard Marsee, W. M. McCreary, Walter Leavell, M. F. Meadows, papers, while there, under some pre- Ruth Carrier. James Thomas, M. F. Ledford, School Superintendant - for Garrard ready to accept and handle it. Pies BIy, Sam Johnson, Jr., W. R. Patrick, L. Y Stanfill, text he managed to get hold of a 45 J. D. Miller, Henry Hurt, Seventh Grade county, subject to the action of the S. L. Ritch, David W. Lackey, R. J. Gillam, Albert Dorton, calibre Colt's revolver, firing a shot J. C. Rigsby, J. W. Miller, Will Rice Amon, Georgia Moss, Democratic party. J. E. Dickerson, John Forbes, John Davis, C. D. Ledford, into his breast which resulted in his W. H. Willifore, Worthy Of Notice. Katherine Harris, Nellie Cox, Mary S. C. Rigsby, Ben Oaks, W. H. Pumphers, James Lackey, death Monday. Carr was indicted by Wood, Annie Powell. John Kennedy, Wm. C. Hutchings, Matt Collitt, The Joseph mercantile Co, has purRobt. Simpson, A. L. Young, T. H. Davis. the grand jury at the recent term of O. H. Vanhook, Frank Hurt, I. J. Holtzclaw, For Jailer. chased an enormous stock of all things the Lincoln Eigth Grade Chas. Cotton, Jim Croucher, W. R. Hutchin3, J. M. Bell, Circuit Court in connection C. H. Hulett, J. D. Wynn, in spring with the finding of about twenty galthat are new and We are authorized to announce Jack Dalton Rich, Joe West, Mary Etta G. Perkins, M. K. Callico, A. H. Raygon, Green Kavinaugh, Henry Beazley, C. H. Pollard, Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- wearing apparel and piece goods and lons of whiskey on his premises re- King, Nannie Bratton. Dan Williams, Noah Spainhower, W. H. Smith, Burnam Rowe, Joseph W. Hurt, Jaekman, Byer, rard county, subject to the action of these people are handling a character cently, and he is suspected of being Louis Morgan, Coy Price, C. Green, R. C. Green, Chas. Sutton, C. R. .Joseph, Ninth Grade of merchandise, we are told byreaders connected with a great deal of the the Democratic party. G. L. Sowders, Rice Hiatt, S. T. Green, C. S. Robinson, Hicks, Foley, Clint Iona Dunn, Gracie May Cochran, J. F. of the Record, that are second to none. illicit sale of liquor which has been Mike Percell, W. P. Wells, Wm. Baker, J. T. Hicks, H. C. Bailey, Grant Anderson, Milton Elliott. We are authorized to announce Dave Their stock has just been replenished flourishing in M. H. Forbes, S. J. Clark, J. S. Askins, J. H. Smith, Stanford. Coy S. Sanders, S. W. Moss, Tenth Grade Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- and their quotations are reasonable as . C. G. Gay, Carr was well known in Lancaster, A. McKnight, Thos. Gay, Gilbert Mozely, Irvine Simpson, Mead Teater, rard county, subject to the action of well as their treatment most courteous. having brought several good horses Marie Ballard, Beulah Cotton, Lucian Kemp Walker, Lish Forbes, Ed Mosley, J. C. Prather, J. M. Smith, J. T. Raney, Grant. Back up the big advertisers of this here and sold the Democratic party. Milo Simpson, Alford Champ, James Champ, them. He was thrifty J. K. Moberly, B. H. Holcomb, Dr. E. Evins, paper and the Joseph boys are one of and smart, but was credited with beEleventh Grade Robt. Champ, John Wyley, J. C. Reynolds, Wm R. Mathews, Frank Long, E. D. Owens, our best ones. Watch their space it ing a very mean negro. His wife was Charley Doty, Lily May Sutton, Rob. Holcomb, O. C. Rucker, C. Nailor, Jesse Lapton, John Pennington, Fer Magistrate. Jesse Brock, has imformation that appeals to you. T. W. Bradshaw, E. B. Creech, Clayton Arnold, said to be a hard working woman and Frank Tinder. Walker Bradshaw, D. L. Gabbard. J. W. Baker, We. are authorized to announce Sam Tudor, Mort Casey, bore a splendid character. John Elmore, John L. Dosier, Thomas Oaks, J. L. RILEY, Supt. W. H. Mahaffee, Cup Of Joy Full To The Brim. John N. White as a candidate for Roy Moberly, E. E. Estridge, John Kennedy, Elias Smith, Kirby Teater, J. W. Walker, Magistrate, in the first district of GarRoosevelt Club Organized. Joe Kirkendoll, Jonnie Kannedy Jr, Sherman Osbern, J. E. Kirkendoll, Here Is A Remedy That Will Cure- - Sink Wm. Casey, When Capt George T. Farris, the W. C. Hoskins, rard county, subject to the action of Capitol policeman furnished the pen W. H. Whitteker, Lem Evans, Joe Claybourne, Henry Teater, Friends of Ex President Roosevelt Jim Simpson, the democratic party. And Scalp Affections. 2 with which Gov. McCreary signed the met at the Court House Saturday afThe next meeting of the Club will be at the Court House on Saturday, March 16th, at 1:30 o'clock p. m. county unit local option ex- ternoon and Organized "The Garrard AND WE CAN PROVE IT. We are authorized to announce Wal- Graham All officers, members and Roosevelt Republicans are urged to be present. ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis tension bill and it was handed back to County Roosevelt Club" and selected The R. E, McRoberts & Sop Drug him to keep as a memento of the occa- as a motto "Government of the people, trate in the first district of Garrard i Store says to every person be it man, County, subject to the action of the sion. Capt. Farris was about the hap- for the people and by the people". woman 'or chjld who has an irritated, piest man on earth. He has been en- Mr. Henley V. Bastin was selected as Most Likely. democratic party. The unconscious stranger lay on the listed in the fight for county unit for president and Mr. A. F, Sanders as tender, inflamed, itching SKIN or We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n many years and during two terms as a the secretary of the club. Each of the SCALP, you need not suffer another sidewalk breathing heavily and groanH. Estes as a candidate for State Senator made every effort1 to nine precincts of the county were or- day. "We have a refined skin prepara- ing. Two teeth were missing, his legislation. Senator ganized by electing secreteries and tion that acts instantly and will bring eyes were marked and bis nose was in the first district of Garrard pass bleeding. "Who can he be?" said the county, subject to the action of the Graham the author of the bill, also steps were taken to thoroughly organ- you swift and sure results." One warm bath with ZEMO SOAP crowd again and again. "fguess h and to grat- ize the entire county. About one hunwanted a democratic party. was some peacemaker," suggested the ify him, Gov. McCreary took another dred and twenty five Roosevelt republi- and one application of ZEMO and you ambulance surgeon, surveying the Now in use by the Lancaster Fire Department. In We are authorized to announce pen, traced over .nis signature and pre-- - cans were in attendance and each one will not suffer another moment and wreckage. you will soon see a cure in sight. C. Becker as a candidate for sentedi i to Senator Graham. Frank Charles was given a Roosevelt badge. After good condition, the very thing to have in a large counZEMO and ZEMO SOAP are proven Magistrate in the second district of , fort News Journal reports were heard from each precinct cures for every form of skin or scalp Garrard county, subject to the action MONEY BACK DANDRUFF CURE. try home or a small town. Call on or write it was claimed that the organization in affection. They are sold by one lead Iastructiefis Elick Faverable Consent. the democratic party. Garrard County now numbers more ing druggist inevery city or town in j McEoberts Guarantees Parsian Sage L. E. HERRON, Chief of Police, Lancaster, Ky. We have heard much favorable com- than five hundred. Short speeches We are authorized to announce Tayana in liancaster jsy k. hi, America ment on the instructions Tvhich Judge were made by several of the local McRoberts & Son Drug Store. forjandruff and Falling Hair. lor T. Burdett as a candidate for MagHardin gave to the grand jury at the members and much enthusiasm was istrate in the second district of Gar- opening of the present term Think of it dear reader, if PARfor the rard county, subject to the action of Judge Hardin seems to be of court. maintained meeting Roosevelt cause. ISIAN SAGE isn-'-t the most invigora"making a Another of the club will be the democratic party. f ting and pleasant hair dressing you ever hit" all over the district, winning held at the Court House, Saturday afused money back. praise at every place he holds court. ternoon March I6th, when the local orWe desire to say a, few words es-- .; This-i- s IK rMG If it doesn't banish dandruff, stop especially in ganization will be given the finishing , view of the fact that Judge Hardin is touches. hnir from falline and do away with pecially to the farmers, and incidental-1M scalp itch money back. 50 cents .at ly to every citizen of the county who new to the ermine. It was freely .pre-i- s While the Roosevelt followers were R. E. McRoberts and druggists everyinterested-ithe marketing of home dieted that he would not be as ready in the Court House the Taft workers We tell vouhow. and cav best market prices. We are dealers; established where. products at home; there is now a with decisions in civil cases as criminal, were busy upon the streets"with all rein 1850; andean do BBTTERforyou "PARISDA.N SAGE as a hair growmovement on.foot to establish a loose he from long practise being much more publicans who chanced to be in town. tb?n agents 'or. .commission merchants. References any bank in er and scalp cleaner is all right." Mrs tobacco market in Lancaster familiar with the latter, but it appears Both factions seem to be preparing for leaf' Write for weekly price list Dora M. Daniels. Williamsen, W. Va. just how bad this is needed it is useless that he is equally as conversant with a finished fight and from all indications M. SABEL &, SONS & 33 E Market SL, LOUISVILLE. "PARSIAN SAGE cured me of terto try to impress oh anyone, for it is a both branches of the. law, and his the 'fur will fly' among our republican Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Dttwrs ItrFUKS, HID59, WUOU C. P. rible itching of the scalp,"-M- rs. known fact to every grower in inions come as readily as if the giving bretheren from now until the conven . Jk Pope, Oxford, --Ala.;-. the county that Garrard county is bnt of them had been his life work. tion which will he held April 6th. -- TheCentral Rccoro afeedpr for surrounding towns who have' these markets. . Speaking. MLhrXSuLfrLfetThe Garrard County Roosevelt Club Organized at Lancaster, March 2nd, and elected the following officers. v V, ATA . d best-know- " V ep te te -- Mag-strat- e, -- anti-liqu- or similar-souveni- r Chemical Engine tf r 1-- m MONEY We Write Any Kind of -- indeed-gratifyin- Tr' 227-23-- n 1 INSURANCE at Office National Bank. op-w- ell ICY. BEAZLEY & COLLIER I -- .- m V .s r -y?!v. 5va5 .i5T A- Jf-- tr? & r,'' " ,&tVr tX...' .V. ki l"!-- "- -. - .-v - .- "ip --- -. v t w 7. - v3 sc K T .J. ."- 4- - PTfySgMgasff3gBa! AsS Your Neighbor. I- - ' World's UNIQUE NAME )0(f t SWEET CLOVER. .(By Wm. JM. er --- x & x To enter into an gxlia'astive.MlioIa m this legmnon using seientivo and techni- -' Remedy. cal terms would be out of place in any . if " s other than an agricultural journal. High-o-m" that.s the proper way to p t) a I shall therefore endeavor to explain &' i V 1 Lancaster reader, of the merit of pronounce HYOMEI the old reliable ' Doars Kidney Pills. Surely the ex- remedy, that has rid tens of thousands this wonderful grass in a practical way. perience of friends and neighbors, of people of that vile and disgusting lhere are more than a dozen varieties, bnt the farmers of Ky, will be interest-- 1 cheerfully given by them, will carry disease. Judgment by Deduction. Widow I want a stone for my husweight than the utterances of HYOMEI is made of purest Austra ed in the White and the Biennial yellow iantly stands grazing without injuring, 'lTiore band's grave exactly y places lian eucalyptus combined with thymol kinds as these are the most useful for and thrives in a great strangers residing in variety soils and one In the lot Agent like the other this climate. Sweet Clover may be Isn't 'i Kead the following: ., ,F -- , . fc'l, MS U and other effective antiseptics and is MSwaGW n climate, that it inoculates readily and trifla email for a man But yonr It a STS of K KS w Ui l&&i2jr ; S Hi George-WrigStanford St. Lan guaranteea to do iree irom cocaine or classed as a first cousin to alfajfa. has no insect enemies, are sufficient to prominence? Widow No. sirl Sweet Clover is very hardy makes a H caster, Ky.. . says: "I Have never any harmful drug. tf make it one of the greatest of all le- If Thomas thought a stone like that known of a better kidney remedy than HYOMEI is guaranteed to nd the rank growth of stems, leaves and roots guminous forage. was good enough for his first wife. I , .. . Doan's Kidney Pills. Last fall my misery of catarrh, asthma, croup, cat- but is not persistent, as it may be kill guess it's plenty good enough for Let the farmers of Garrard Co make v Thomas." Life S back ached a great deal and my kid- - arrhal deafness, bronchitis, coughs or ed easily by cutting it when in bloom, a study of Sweet Clover. . S. It continues like other perenniate from "1 N noys were badly disordered, the kidney money back. '. !3 secret ons being scanty and painful in Breathe it that's all, no dosing the year to year, without resowmg. A Fierce Night Alarm. These Clovers will thrive in almost S Dassatre. I fortunately had Doan's stomach. Complete outfit, including any kind of soil. It grows well in al is the hoarse, startling cough of a child 3 Kidney Pills brought to my ateention indestructible R & TOO MUCH LOVE inhaler, $1.00 Extra bot and getting a box at Frisbie's Drug ties of HYOMEI if needed,, 50 cents at most fine sand, in loam hard rocky and suddenly attacked by croup. Often it Too much love" for fun, frolic and Store, I began their use. They re R E. McRoberts & Son and druggists very poor clay soils. It will grow well aroused Lewis Chamblin of Manchester rich food causes stomach, liver, kidon hills, bottom lands, in well drained O., (R. R. No 2) for their four children ney and nervous troubles. lieved me promptly and in return for everywhere. Other and wet soils, as well as in alkaline and were greatly subjected to croup. "Some remedies help you but DENN'S the benefit I received, I am willing soils. times in severe attacks," he wrote 'we SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures that my name should be used in rec discoverer, Worthy Object. It adapts itself to most all conditions were afraid they would die, but since you. Our sufferer withten years a ommending them. My advice to all miserable the above Let us sometimes live be It only of climate, with standing the cold winwe proved what a certain remedy Dr. troubles, and RHEUMATISM for sufferers from kidney trouble is to for r , aar and though we must lay ktEZ : T:ca?vx - V viWw . . give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial." J, all else aside to make others smSle. ters and hard freezes of the Northern King's New Discovery is, we have no years, was cured in one week. To I &5-- . -' '' WW states and Canada. The long hot sum- fear. We rely on it for croup and for prove our remedy, while they last, m For sale by all dealers. Price 50 " Cnarles Wagner. 'i mers of the South and the drought of coughs, colds or any throat or luug regular size bottles only 25c at n J. ri ' . cents. Co., Buffalo, the western plains. New York, sole agents for the United trouble." So do thousands of others, Stormes Drug Store. Fairly Startled a Waiter. E The name "Sweet Clover" comes So may you. Asthma, Hay Fever. Stales. A waiter gave himself the worst of Whooping Cough, HemorrhRemember the name Doan's and It by $2 In making change, according from a strong, distinct sweet fragrans ..s QlCtllM ! take no other. lm to the Chicago Evening Post The ce of the bloom; also due to an ethereal ages fly before it, 50c and $1.00 Trial man who paid the check saw the er oil it possesses "cumarin" V -bottle free. Sold by R. E. McRoberts w ror and handed the bill back In the "Sweet Clover" is used for hay, & Son. lrC?r lm TEATEKSVILLE. way of a tip. The waiter has been pasture and green manure, as well as IK ttfG E bowing to the ground before him ever Ah! Mrs. N. K. Bogie is on the sick list' since and thinks he is somo exiled fertilizing and renovating old poor thin , The dispenser had Just mixed a soils. drink, which to put t mildly really Miss Levota Ray spent Tuesday night prince living here Incog. The White Sweet Clover is a. native without the slightest desire to exag l T7e tell you how. and cav best market with Miss Zula Cotton. of the avid regions of Asia, and in call- gerato or to color pnees. Y"e are dsalers: establish. the facts In the Mr; and Mrs. Jessie Hill spent the ial&6; andean do BETTER for you ed Bokhava Clover, because it is sup- slightest was a lulu He who received than agents or commission mernight with Mrs. N. K. Bogie. posed to have originated in a country by it took one long draught, smacked his chants. References any bank in Louisville. Write for weekly price list. Mrs. E. B. ay spent Saturday and that name, This grass has been culti- lips, roiled his eyes toward the ethe M. SABEL & SONS real regions Then be remarked. In a Sunday, vithMrs Linda Sanders. vated in Persia, Greece and Rome. & 33 E. Martei SL. tWISTlUE. KT. Hortense Cavalla, was known as the "Say. fellows, that's a j uexiers in ruto, Hiuts, woou In America it was known as early as hushed voice: Miss Ro3a Ray is the pleasant guest most beautiful woman in Europe. ' the colonial period, and it is grown drink fit for an ace! of her Cousin, Miss Bessie Sanders. It was common knowledge that a from Canada to the Gulf now Mexico of Mis Ed Simpson appointed president prince of the royal blood, heir to the and from the Atlantic to the Pacific. and Miss Leota Ray, Sec. and Tres. throne of one of the oldest European This plant, White Sweet Clover, is a Misses Minvil and Sallie B. Bogie countries was so enamored with her We are better prepared .than ever before. biennial requiring two years to mature were visitors at this place Tuesday charms, that he had repeatedly offered and bear seed. The first year it has no i to marry her and relinquish his kingnight. GIVE US A CALL. bloom, it grows erect-fro3 to 4 feet, Miss Elizabeth Johnson Walker who dom. it bear3 a heavy growth of three lobed j She was the snvy and despair of all has been sick is some better at this leaves and resembled alfalfa. It the ladies of the court as the men had stays writing. green until the hard freezes come eyes for no one but her in her presence. Mr. E. B. Ray sold a crop of tobacco The second year it comes from the; were at the Shelburne warehouse last week And whil; her figure and feature loveli root very early in spring by June it ' II beautiful it was the surpassing WU at 21cts. reaches a height of about 4 feet. At ness of her complexion which was her this stage it throws out a number of Howard Warren spent Saturday and greatest charm. 1NXORPORATED. long lateral branches and the main Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her skin was as white as alabaster, KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, stem attains a height of 8 to 10 feet. B. Warren. smooth and velvety of texture and her The seed ripens early in Aug, and Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Bogie were the color rich and warm, are in a close fitting pod on slender guests of Mrs. Bogies parents Mr. and 3 to long. ftc vjc xionn1 mmjbsbkwqczimk v aAn zJp&mrm.'zzMM ijiv jrjl.ii ? s No Greasy Face Cream For Her Mrs. W. T. Noel Sunday. ASHAiEDOFHERFACE Of the yellow Sweet Clover, we as Jafeiv a&SEXssssss Mrs. H. T. Hoover and daughter, IIBBli "I was ashamed of my face.' write3 farmers are only interested in tall culWhat Did She Use? Willie Bell, and Mrs. Ed. Simpson spent Carolina. "It Miss Pickard tivated variety. The yellow does not was all full ofof North and scars, but pimples Friday with Mrs. Wm. Simpson. D. after using D. say D. Prescription for That was the question so many peo- grow so tall as the White many prefer Eczema I can that now there Is Mrs. E .D. Ray leturned home last ple ro sign of that Eczema and that tvas Cavalla this to the White for hay. This Anwere dying to know. years ago.-three week after a short stay with friends would OF LANCASTER. not tell and others could not tell nual yellow or Indian Sweet Clover had This is but one of thousands of cases and relatives id Lexington and Franki in which D. D. D. has simply washed the secret, because they did not know. its origin in India. away the skin trouble. D. D. D. fort. The Yellow Sweet Clover is the best cleanses the skin of the germs of EcJust how a certain Chemist discoverCapital zema, Psoriasis and other serious skin See our White Clipped Seed Oats, ed her' secret would make an interest- plant that grows for bees, and makes j diseases; stops the itch instantly, and Clover, Timothy, Alsyke, Blue and ing story alone, one we have not the finest honey ever tasted. Most of the when used with D. D. D. soap the cures A. R. DENNY, President. reem to be permanent. Nothing like Orchard . Grass, before buying. We space to tell; suffice, it to say that above remarks about the White are D. D. D. for the complexion. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't Trial bottle 25 cents, enough to can furnish baled Clover, Mixed or money could not buy her famous recipe also true of the yellow. rrove the merit of this wonderful remS. C. DENNY, Cashier. Timothy hay in any quantity. As fertilizers nothing is equal to edy. and one of the conditions was that it "We can lso give you a full size R. T. Embey, J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. Hudson & Hughes, Phone 2G should never be sold in Europe where these grasses. No other plants will bottle for fl.00 on our absolute guarfails Residence Phone excel these in gathering and storing antee that if this very first bottle noth- Offlo- - Phone 31. Mrs. Ida Tinsley entertained the her envious rivals could obtain it. to give you relief it will cost you nitrogen. No legumen will equal sweet ing. Ladies Aid Society, Wednesday after, Safety Geposlf Boxes For Ben i. clover in furnishing humus, it is picked R E. McRoberts & Son noon, dainty refreshments were served LANCASTER. KY. in protein. These Clovers if properly and the afternoon was very pleasant. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. studied and cultivated will restore all Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. the thin and wasted lands of Ky. in 4 VAPOR TPvEATMENT or 5 years, hide all the gullies and enStormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. lands beyond belief. WWBTWfS,BjMK3CTSLJjrriyi Jts JJfcoftry.T-riLS3Hb1.!w'aJ'cSu zrsEJSra For Catarrh, Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat The Siloron Mf 'g Co. has been orga- rich the said to be the best for The We ferWhite is nized to manufacture her famous reAnd Bronchitis. tilizers, the Yellow for hay and forage. cipe and they have termed it after the There are two methods of sowingt "ALABAS-TROL.- " Everybody knows that breathing that makes the man properties it possesses, W broad-cas- t and drilling. In this country a few times a day through the who buys and uses little hard rubber pocket inhaler will in The story told above is true in every there are no good drills, but drilling sowis the better method. Broad-caa short time drive out catarrh. particular with the single exception of it proud of good judg Many people regularly use the vapor the famous European Beauty's name as ing may be done from late in the fall treatment at night in conjunction with she does not want newspaper notoriety. to early spring. ment in coming here. The months Dec, Jan, Feb, and the inhaler, claiming that it hastens reAlabastrol is something entirely new; sowing broad-cas- t. For our Lumber goes farsults. not a face powder, neither a lotion, March are best for Thin clover may be sown with spring This is a vapor treatment; Into a nor a Cream. ther and lasts longer than may bowl three quarters full of boiling Yet possesses the properties of all to oats, wheat and barley, the seed be sown in April if a seed bed is prewater pour a scant teaspoonful of a more intense degree accomplishing four times the poorer, un cover head and bowl with towel far better results in a shorter space of pared when they should be covered lightly with a drag on harrows. and seasoned kind. The next time you need Lumber of any Lancaster, Ky. ing, breathe for five minutes "the sooth- time. use face creams if you only off- Amount of seed per acre depends Rome Phone 33. Office Phone 18. healing, antiseptic HYOMEI vapor Why kind from beams to shingles, try ours. We will both gain Try it when using HYOMEI for any set their beneficial properties a mom- upon whether it is sown for hay, pas- - j ture, or green manure. A medium nose or throat ailment. ent rater through the application of by the operation. year will become a HYOMEI is guaranteed by R. E. skin drying face powders of often stand the first thick stand he second when it comes & Son to put an end to catarrh doubtful origin? Powders blow off, or money back. A bottle of HYOMEI soil your clothes and give your face a fronrthe roots, and a heavy stand the costs 50 cents; a complete outfit, which chafed appearance at once indicating first year will be entirely too thick the second year to reach a normal growth includes inhaler, ?1.00. their use. and development of the plant. For Tis not so with Alabastrol, it is rubhay a bushel will sow three acres, the bed into the skin much as you would a BUCKEYE. same amount for green manure to be J cream (only after its use you won't need any creams) and in a few seconds Mr. Ed Dickerson left Monday for the beneficial and essential oils are ab Pierson, HI. sorbed by the skin and presto Mrs. D. W. Parson who has been Now Note The Skin very sick is improving. m Mr Mai Carter bought saveral shoats Not oily or greasy appearing, but a dull THE GREAT HUPMOBILE. from Robt Long for 5cts. velvety looking smooth surface will be gig Just landed in New York after finishing a journey arouud the Willie P. Long was with his parents reflected to you from your mirror a world a distance of 40000 milesjn sixteen months, carrying four pas 8J truly alabaster like effect and what is gjy sengers and full touring equipment. You cannot get around this if (jf the latter part of the week. w you want a GOOD CAR at a moderate price. Two, four and five S Miss Marie Ray visited his cousin, more will remain that way for hours and no one will be able to detect its gg Mis3 Stella Ford Ray last week. g5j passenger models. Kg use Born to Mrs. Lewis McCulley on the We do not claim that all can possess 24th, a boy, to Mrs. John t)aily, on beauty of Cavalla but we do claim the 26th, a girl, and to Mrs. John the SUCH AS that any one may obtain a beautiful Humphrey, on the 26th. a girl. complexion by using Alabastrol. See our White Clinned Seed Oats. Now remember our claims are not X Clover, Timothy, Alsyke, Blue and the origination of a fertile mind as the A Depositor at The Orchard Grass, before buying. "We Siloron Mf Co. is incorporated under 'f can furnish baled Clover, Mixed or the laws of the State of Colorado and Tmiotqy hay in any quanity. Garrard Bank and that Alabastrol is guaranteed under the Phone 26 Hudson. & Hughes. U. S, Pure Food & Drug Act to contain Mr. Prank Kurtz, of Mercer county nothing but the purest ingredients,1 Trust Company waf last week and was accompanied and is manufactured under modern and . has many advantages home by his sister Miss Ona who has hygienic me.thods. been livisiting her brother, Messrs. beside the safety 'of his Alabastrol is. healing and antiseptic Hughjand Hanley for Isevqral months. irf effeet, and though, it has been on money. He can put the'market but a short time everyone notes and drafts in for SEE Has Million Of Friends. who has used it says it is'The Most collection,borrow money How would you like to number your Perfect Complexion .Beautifier and on acceptable security, friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica Mail Orders from all over the country y- '--, - "f. call on the bank for any Salve does? Its astounding cures in the are pouring in. ' We send "Alabastrol" in plain wrap-advice of a final nature. You will be entitled to these, .past forty years made them. Its the ii w r om re courtesies if you have an account there whether it be large best Salve in the "world for sores, ul- jaer to any address in tne u. o. cers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts, ceipt of 50 Cent Sijver. or small. Ask For Samples. corns', sore eyes, sprains, swellings, Tk4SiIerM Mfg. C. bruises, cold sores. Has no equal for Ii?.'- - --- ; t lnv ? 25c at R. E. McRoberta. VTKMNLfaHK & 1 E Hi : .- fSilPf Randalls Of Lancnster Cilizcns Can Tell Many Peopfe Cannot Pronounoe Haras Vait AH Al,nt If- --. Most Famous Martin Caiarrh i " f Home endorsement, tae ptiolic x prcssion of Lancaster people, should be beyosid dispute for every evidence , e plowed ondjsr the. first or sjacond yer. If mixed nth two otbjsr grasses, re4 clayer and timothy the mixture should cover 6 or 7 acrea. This eombinatfee will make pasture unsurpassed. As Sweet Clover becomes Better known it will have a prominent place in our agriculture in feeding, rotation and soil renovation and as stock raising dairying increases,its place will be come more and more prominent. It is rich in food value, grows luxur- Bfls A Mardejrer. A. merciless murderer la Apjjendcitis with many victims, but Dr. Kfafc'c 2few Life Pills kill it dj pretention, Thay gently stimulate stomach, liver- and bowels, preventing that clogging that invites appendicitis, curing Con- -' stipation, Headache. Billiousness, Chilis 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm ! far-awa- va? ' "-- ht, bus-blin- d's non-alkali- an-hou- r, "1 R.5- - -- Fosler-Milbur- La-Grip- ri L fe,, s :k4fefemf Early. 11 MONEY TrA" 77- Ks-- J i Have Your cards Made 1MIJR9 - The Secret Is Out. 227-23-- The Gpufrd U9v ar ns ." " c THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. ( $SurpIus 25y000. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Ernbalmer Book-Keep- er. She Used A Face Retenoid t mW j. 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Address all correspondence regarding the contest to Contest Manager. Candidates call at once and let us tell you how to get votes with Merchandise Due Bills and Jewelry Due Bills. Ballot Box will be opened every Monday at 6 p. M. and the votes therein counted and the ballot box resealed by a committee of two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be subject to public approval. The result of each week's count shall be published every Thursday and the candidate's name and her standing to appear. All votes are once each month by the contest manAny candidate can get the consent of contest manager at any time to inspect or count the votes, 2. ed Will give Five Grand Prizes jointly to the five candidates who have received the greatest number of coupon votes by 4 p. m., September 23rd 1912 at which time the cortest shall be declared officially closed and all votes polled thereafter void. Address all correspondence regarding the contest to Contest Manager. ager. 3. Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is nomnated in regular form on one of the coupon ballots, The contest manager reserves the right to reject the name of any undesirable candidate and to limit the number of entries. 4. Candidates call at once and let us tell you how to get votes with Merchandise Due Bills and Jewelry Due Bills. w FIVE GRAND PRIZES. 1st PRIZE. 2nd PRIZE. To the person receiving the highest number of votes, A Krause $350.00 Upright Grand Piano. A due bill for $260.00 Krause $350.00 Piano. 3rd PRIZE. A due.bill for $250.00. Krause $350.00 Piauo. 4th PRIZE. A due bill for $240.00 Krause $340.00 Piano. 5th PRIZE. A due bill for $230.00 Krause $350.00 Piano. to apply as part payment on A to apply as part payment on A to apply as part payment Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are ob- -, tained from any of the following sources; Coupons appearing in the newspaper, or in any handbill, dodger, form-lette- r or card issued by or coupons given for trade at the stores. All others shall be declared void and thrown out by the judges. 5. 6. No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be per- FIVE GRAND PRIZES. To the person receiving the highest Krause $350.00 Upright Grand Piano. 2nd PRIZE. A due bill for $260.00 to apply as Krause $350.00 Piano. 3rd PRIZE. A due bill for $250.00 to apply as Krause $350.00 Piano. 9 4th PRIZE. A due bill for $250.00 to apply as Krause $350.00 Piano. 5th PRIZE. A due bill for $230.00 to apply0 as Krause $350.00 Piano. 1st PRIZE. number of votes, A part payment on A part payment on A part payment on A part payment on A 'on A mitted to enter the contest. 7. .All votes must be deposited, in the ballot box in the presence of the contest manager or some one appointed by him. In casting a number of votes at the same time they must be neatly tied together or to apply as part payment on A HOW TO GET VOTES 200 votes on each cash purchase of $1.00. . 100 votes on each dollar paid on account. 2000 votes or each five dollar merchandise due bill sold. 1000 votes on each $1.00 Jewelry due bill sold. placed in a small envelope. cast personally or by mail. 8. . Votes on newspaper subscriptions may be HOW TO GET VOTES 200 votes on each cash purchase of $1.00. 2000 votes on each Five dollar merchandise due bill sold. 1000 votes on each $1.00 jewelry due bill sold. Any candidate can solicit votes in any District they wish. . - Ballot Box At Our Store. Piano On Display March 23rd. Contest Starts March 23rd and Will Close at . GOOD : FOR : 1,000 : VOTES When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. -- Ballot Box At Our Store. Piano On Display March 23rd. Contest Starts March 23rd and Will Close at I VOTE FOR. 4 P. M. In Piano Contest. 4 P. M. September 23rd. September 23rd. THE A CENTRAL RECORD WILL GIVE ON EACH DOLLAR TURNED IN 1009 Votes on New Subscriptions, 5 500 Votes . ' -- On Renewals Or Back Subscriptions, Votes Good at Either &&- - Candidates Call and Get Subscription Books- cl i Jfc-- of. the Stores, 1 i -i, ,Bv.i- - - V- .- a- -. r - t f -- . -- Tff' 9 v-- . . 1 . "nr vr. , -. v "uC T-- ,"- -" i$ VL , - J?- - "i f vW-- - tjdfc AlMVVMttNVmMWIMPWM(a awwiwWfOwn UnaMVMWMMHMMwa wtpim twiwaww)wimitfwaeaBswwiww IfQVM'MVCIMMVapMttM wwwwm mi ii1i itfiMOfc SSrQ3BfISiC2JrSEiS!iy2Z?13CSCni AN TOUR ri FOR SEWING TU WHILE N TY SNOW 1 ) EA3LV THE LASTS. aw w I ' Our White Goods Stocks consisting of Linens, Nainsooks Long Cloths, Embroideries of all sorts, as well as Laces in Vals, Clunies and Baby Irish Effects, are on display. We direct your attention to advance 1 I I s k SB 4h in Foot-Wea- r. See Window Display. F SL Our 3! Ready-to-wear stock is complete and already we are selling Spriug Suits, Coats, Etc., so do not fail to get in with the early buyers. The newest Creations in Silk and Fancy Woolens, White Serges and WThite Goods. Um 1 G-m . i r The Joseph The Style Leaders. ercantile Mrs. Maude Conn is in Lincoln on a visit to her parents. Mrs. latrm.? vm0rsvssstr'3ij&r& a &9r- - -- mjfSLjewLOBPMKf ? !, T 1 ! indies exclusive uuuiuers. T ompany. V I How I Can Improve Lancaster. 9 GO TO THE ii J tflnarj Creamery FOR - ?OpI2 f? lossip About NNN BUOWWHIi1 J. P. Prather has returned from DEATHS. "Pap"Byers Answers The Long Roll. a pleasent visit to Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold of London have returnen to Lancaster to reside. Mr. John Byers died at the Confederate Home at Pewee Valley Ky. on H. J. McRoberts of Stanford was the last Friday March 1st, and h:s remains guest on Sunday of his sister Mrs. J. R were laid at rest in Bellevue cemetery Mount. in Danville on Sunday. Brief Mention of the Comings and oaings Ly Those Ws Are Interested In. i 'P B. I "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige xfc 4 VI - i Hi a SJlplsnSJiplJJrRJJni l ty ft. IJ ft R. E. McRoberts C& Son. 1 Mmmmmwwmm mim$MymmmfM tf ' It i I IM ", ? LI r .- -J ; "Pap" Byers as he was familiarly Mrs. James Francis of Paint Lick Irnnurn ?n riarrnrrl (nnniv wao Vnrn the trash from the street, until she Mr. Lytle of Louisville was the guest has been visiting her daughter Mrs. F. near Camp Dick Robinson on what is reached her home where she burned it. of Miss Ida Lee Bowman Sunday. S. Hughes. known as the "Light Hudson farm", Her mother was a member of the wom-an- s Hon. R. H. Tomilson "Was in Sta and there lived until the outbreak of club of Lancaster and she told of The Chantauqua Circle meets Saturford last week on legal business. the civil war, when he cast his lot with how her little daughter was to day afternoon March9th at the home of joining Morgans the Confederacy, help improve her town. So the club Mr. Ed. Ward of Virginia is here for Misses Martha and Helen Gill. command Co. I, 3d Kentucky. He had suggested by the one little girl3 a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. gathering the trash, to supply the town will entertain tha readers of the was a member of David Logan Camp It Mrs. Norris of Danville is with her with garbage cans and try to train all Record to hear that Mrs. Christine Confederate Veterans of this place. daughter Mrs Albert Ware who is ill of people to put their trash there and South, of Frankfort is receiving much Mr. Byers was an uncle by marriage pneumonia. keep the streets clean. social attention in Washington City of Mr. John Royston of Marksbury, and was also closely related to Mr. I. Miss Jennie Swope has been in StanSome other people saw the little girl S ford visiting her brother Circuit Clerk, The Tallahassee News has the follow M. Myers of Lancaster. she slowly came round the street for mg interesting article- - Judge and Mrs. "Pap" Byers was a jovial, kind very soon Mr. Batson has an old colorJ. D. Swopo. M. H. Mabry entertained at a 6 o'clock hearted gentleman, never so happy as ed man at work sweeping his street in Miss Eliza Rucker of Paint Lick dinner for their sister, Mrs. T. J. Price when he was with his old war comfront of his store and inspired his next was the guest on Thursday of Miss of Kentucky. rades, listening to and participating in door neighbor to do the same. By this Callie Adams. their camp fire stories, and his death one little girls thoughtfulness the whole Miss Lilly Henry of Kirksville has Class. Each Mrs. Emma Kaufman was called to will be a sad loss to their rapidly thin-in- g square looked much better. The mayaocepted a position with The Joseph Richmond by the critical illness of Mrs. ranks. or of the town noticed the change in Mercantile Co. Miss Henry is the John E. Greenleaf. the littie town and he quickly bought a daughter 01 Mr. James Henry and is a Fred Burdeft. dump cart and horse to carry away all & Elliott were in Lex- very popular young Iadv. Dr's Burnett the trash from Lancaster. A few days Mr. Frederick Burdett died at his ington last week to see Maud Adams The Mary Walker Price Chapter of home near Marksbury Monday afterafter this happening our little friend , at the Opera House. the U. D. C. will meet Monday after noon, the summons coming suddenly, was invited to the home of the PresiMrs. of s "HtWrtiJigjftiJs Lick was Walter HammackMrs. Paint noon March 11th. at the home of Miss and after funeral services at the grave dent of the womans club and after a THisnw Wm. Jane Doty. All the members are re- by Rev. with her friend pleasant hour with twenty or thirty of 0. P. Buah his remains were Champ last Thursday.' quested to attend to arrange Shiloh buried in the Lancaster cemetery on her little friends playing games and having some nice refreshments, each Mrs. Mary Ann Sanders of Stone meeting for Ap'ril. Tuesday afternoon. S OX-X-03 9 has been the recept guest of her daughlittle girl was given a package of flowFred Burdett was born and reared Misses Eugenia aud Massie Denny, S ter Mrs. Samuel Johnson. er seed to plant where it would look near Marksbury, spending his entire Mr. and Mrs. C L. Williamson, Mrs. pretty to passers bv and some other life, with the exception of the period Mrs. A. H. Rice of Richmond Ind. George D. Potts and W. G. Dunlap work to help improve their town and during the Civil War, when he went to is here for a stay with her mother, came over from Lexington on last SatMissouii, near the place of his death. then they all went home, and were among Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury. urday to attend the burial of their relHorses,Hogs Cows. Use He was 65 years of age and was the a happy band of children for they were Miss Rella Arnold has returned after ative Mrs. Eugenia Dunlap Potts. going to bring happiness by doing son of the late Daniel 0. and Elizabeth a stay of several days with Mr. and something for other people if I make The Presbyterian Missionary Society Burdett, the lrtter being a sister of Mrs. W. A. Arnold of London. this come true I will help, improve LanMr. John K. West of this place. He elected the following officers President caster. Mrs. Fred Frisbie; Vice President Mrs. is survived by two brothers, Daniel of Mr. and Mrs. J. Thomas Cherry of Ed. C. Gaines; Treasurer Mrs. W. 0. this county and L. W. Burdett of MissCrab Orchard were here Tuesday for Gobdloe; Secratery: Mrs. Frank B. ouri. He was an uncle of Mrs. L. G. S3 the burial of Mr. Fred Burdette. 1 m iius column. g Mrs. Pattie D. Gill is at home after Marksbury, Secretery of Literature. Davidson of Lancaster. Fred Burdett was a quiet unobstru-siv- e Mrs. B. F. Hudson. N a visit of several weeks to her daughman, attending strictly to his own ter Mrs E. C. Barnard of Washington, We are in receipt of a copy of the affairs, and by a life of strict integrity For Sale Two male hogs. RegisCity. Fort Worth (Tex) Star Telegraph had won for himself a host of friends. ss tered Duroc Jersey. Phone 151. Miss Mary Rankin of the Madison which contains a lenghthy account of a For many years he with his brother Mrs Rebecca West, Lancaster, Ky. Female Institute was at home for a very elaborate "Colonial Tea", which Dan have lived together near Markswas given on the anniversary of bury, and he died as he lived at peace Fop Sale One three H. P. steam visit to her parents Mi and Mrs. T. C. Washington's birthday. Among the with all mankln Rankin. Engine in good condition. Apply at number to whom prominent mention is con Georgia; Mobile and Montgomery, this office. Misses Martha and Helen Gill have given is Mrs. R. P. Fox of Fort Worth Joseph W. Perrin Dies In ludiana. Alabama. Her children, Minnie, Clyde returned from Cincinnati where they andMrs. W. B. Sheppard of Wichita Money to loan on real estate security. The following clipping from the In- Potts, who died when a year old, and attended one of their old school mates Falls, both of whom were in the reH. Clay Kauffman, Grd., for W. P. B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. gives an account of the George Dunlap Potts, the only son, Lakes. wedding. ceiving line. These ladies are the terior Journal death of Joseph W. Perrin which occur-e- d whose death occurring the 20th of AuORGANIZED 18S3. Mr. Arthur Joseph has returned daughters of Mr. Dan Walker, well For Sale in Anderson Ind. Mr. Perrin was a gust. 1908, brought her such great sorfrom the City where he pjrehased a known in and a former resident of former resident of this county, having row, were born in Montgomery. She Three good work horses. merchandise Garrard county. large bill of with his mother lived near Hyattsville. leaves a grandson, George Murdock Herndon & Walker. for the store. He married a daughter of Mr. Pete Potts, who lives in Cincinnati, and be- -i OF LANCASTER, KY. Wanted 1,000 lbs. of shoulder or Mrs. John Lynnn and nieces Misses Resolutions Adopted By The Four Churches Warner who formerly lived in the Buck sides her sister, Mrs. Denny, two broham meat. Cash or trade. eye section. Mr. Perrin was a good thers, Hon. Woodford G. Dunlap of CAPITAL $50,000. Louise and Marjorie Lynn of StanSURPLUS $35,000. D. White Marsee. Of Lancaster At A Mass Meeting. citizen and highly respected in this this city and Rev. George W. Dunlap ford spent Saturday and Sunday with W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. county and many friends here will re- of Las Animas, Colorado. Miss Massy Mrs. John M. Mount. For Rest Whereas we find the local option law gret to hear of his demise. L. Denny, Miss Eugenia, Denny, her r. W. U. KIGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. U J. J. WALKER, JR., Mrs: J. E. Harlan of Bloomington, of Kentucky is greatly interfered with Cottage house on Richmond street. "News was received here this week of namesake, and Mrs. Clarence WilliamInd. who has been enjoying a winters and in many instances made of litte or Apply to, W. J. Romans the death at Anderson Indiana, of W. son are her nieces. sojourn in Florda has been the recent no effect, and this being true in every J. Perrin, for many years a resident of Being left a widow, after a few years guest of Mrs. R. H. Batson. Coal. state where local option prevailes,-- by of Stanford, but, who, with his family, of married life, Mrs. Potts with her inC. J. Bolton and Miss Lettie Ray, the present Interstate Commerce law. had made his home at Anderson for the fant son returned to Lancaster, where We have the best coal for the money J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Be it resolved that we the citizens of past several years. Mr. Perrin had her literary work began. She first in town, red ash, jellico, Ida May, George Marsee and Elizabeth Sutton Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. were united in marriage Sunday after- Lancaster and vicinity appeal to our been in bad health for some time and published the "Song of Lancaster," a straight creek and black nut coal for noon at the Baptist parsonage the Rev. worthy Representatives, Senators Brad- news of his death was not unexpected history of her town and county, so 12 to 15 cents in yard, one cent more ley, and Paynter, and congressman by his many friends here, for they felt cleverly constructed in the style of delivered also fine white seed oats for liHiBiHMnHBKnaBHmHiBiMliHiHMBHHHHM 0. P. Bush officiating. Haryey Helm to use every honorable that tired nature could not survive the Longfellow's Hiawatha that she receiv sale for cash. The Wonan's Club met Wednesday H. B. Northcott. ed a letter of praise from Longfellow. means, to have passed the Bills now continual strain upon it. afternoon at the usual place the Chris- I pending before the senate and house Mr. Perrin had been engaged in gro- Of late years "Idle Hour Stories," and tian church. Miss Nancy Walker was the leader the subject being "The of representative known as the Shep- cery business for a number of years. "Stories for Children" have been popherds and Kinyon bills, which we feel He was a faithful member of the Chris- ular books written by Mrs. Potts, and Period of American Literature." justly represents the interest of a tian church, and the pastor there con- at the time of her death she was about Miss Mollie McWhorter a student at 'arge majority of the people of this ducted the funeral services He is sur- to finish what she considered her best the Richmond Normal school and Leban commonwealth. vived by his wife who is a sister of effort, a volume entitled "A Kentucky Kirk surprised their many friends by 2. That we use every fair means Mrs. W. B. O'Bannon, and W. K. Girl in Dixie." Her remains accompanied by her soreloping to Knoxville and being united known to us to awaken the peopfe to Warner, of this city, and seven childin wed locks holy bonds. The bride is their part in helping our representives ren, several of them being about grown rowing friends and relatives were the attractive daughter of Mr. E. C. pass such laws as will properly rep- Mr. Perrin was highly esteemed and brought to Danville Saturday, and McWhorter of Paint Lick. . resent their interest on this vital ques- liked in Stanford and his many friends thence here by hearse, and after the beautiful and impressive Episcopal tion. here will mourn that he is no more." Miss Lucile Ramsey celebrated her burial ceremony said by Dean Capers 3. That we commend our county pa8th birthday Tuesday afternoon by givMost Gifted Daughter Passed of Christ Church Cathedral, Lexington, ing a party to number of her little per, The Central Record for its clear, Garrard's were placed at rest in the Dunlap lot well defined and aggressive position on friends and school mates. Dainty reof To Her Reward. at the Lancaster cemetery. freshments were served the small this great question, and assure its Mrs. Eugenia Dunlap Potts died at guests, and the little hostess proved her worthy management of our apprecia Has Million Of Friesds. tion St. Joseph's Hospital in Lexington on self quite gracious and entertaining. re'eog-niz- e How would you like to number your 10 o'clock. 4. We w6uld also Fraternally last Thursday morning at The Misess Mount who are in Coving and highly commend the faithful During the recent cold weather Mrs. friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica ton for a visit to relatives are being and patriotic attitude of the county and Potts fell on the slippery streets of Salve does? Its astounding cures in the S. C. Buff Orpington. English Sal entertained. Mrs. T. Jack McRoberts daily press of Kentucky that have reff Lexington and sustained a fracture of past forty years made them. Its the mon Faveralle $2.00. per 15 or $5, per50 of Ft Thomae complimented them dered such vital service to Kentucky in her hip, and has since been confined in best Salve in the world for sores, ulIndian Runner Ducks that lay the she was cers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts, with an eleborate "Lucheon Bridge" contension against the evils of the the hospital. However, pearly white eggs, $1.00 per 13. . thought to be recovering nicely from theywere honores at a theater party Liquor traffic. Signed she . bruises, cold sores. Has no equal for MRS. S. J. EMBRY, Jr. O. P. Bush, given by Mr. D. B. Bloone to see Marie FM. Tinder, the injury and it was hoped that Ml. A.. . C. C. Brown, Dr. E, H.,Pearce, would be able to be taken to her home IWlatP "P ...t.l'UVf . Stanford. Kv. XIII I Dressier. 6 Miss Ethel Walters has been in Stanford on a visit to relatives. CO i L -- i g Cannel." 1 the best in its AS I ii. I 1 viC9U Prevent rather than Cure disease your 5 i I S International Stocfe Fori. $ y s We sell a 25 pound bucket for $2.85. Smaller sizes at regular prices. within a couple of weeks. The good lady has not been in robust health for several years, though she had borne up nobly and had refused to acknowledge the inroads of disease, and it is thought that her death was due to her continued illness rather than to the injury she sustained. To the people of Lancaster and Garrard county it is unnecessary to eulogize Mrs. Potts, we all knew and loyed her well, knew her splendid attainments and her lovely character, but the following article taken from the Lexington Leader is absolutely correct and shows in what high esteem she was held in the home of her adoption: "Mrs. Potts was the daughter of George W. Dunlap and Nannie E Jennings, and was born at Lancaster, Ky., April 14, 1840. Her father was a man of distinguished career as lawyer, statesman and citizen, and her mother, being also of the finest ancestry, was one of the most brilliant women of her day, a leader in good work and progressive movements. From them Mrs. Potts inherited many of the wonderful qualities which made her take so important a place in the different communities in which she has lived. Her supreme talent was literary, as she had written both prose and poetry which were accepted by newspapers and magazines before she was fifteen yeats of age. But she was also an accomplished musician, a journalist and a business woman, ver satile and capable. As a home-makshe was incomparable, the leader and inspiration among her peoplo and the light of the household where she has lived for many years with her sister, Mrs. George Denny and family, Mrs Denny has been for a long while a helpless invalid and the devotion of the two sisters was a beautiful part of the life of each. The shock is especially great, as Mrs. Denny had been hearing such favorable reports from her sister and was looking forward with joy to having her at home again in two weeks. In her youth Mrs. Potts was a belle admired for her beauty, wit and brilliancy. On September 2, 1861, she was married to Surgeon Major Richard Potts, an officer in the United States Army, and then in the Civil War on the Confederate side, who was from one of the foremost families of Frederick, Maryland. With him she lived during the war in several cities, Memphis, Tennessee: Jackson, Mississippi; Maer (By Minnie May Robinson) close of a dark gloomy afternoon as a little girT walked home from school and a bright idea came to her to help improve her own town. She had only to look about her to make a beginning, for some thoughtless school children had thrown paper all the way from the school house. Slowly the little maid went back to the gate of her school and gathered all It was at the 1 r luiru mu u J n tze Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- te Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. "8LII Garrard LILLY" the It is easy for the housewife when she makes bread from the products and-suppor- t. Milling Co. TheLayers and Payers Lancaster, Kentucky. pffijaiiiatti !BifiS3i!S! .r. MffTJi-iViai-t- n & 1, 6t fe. i c3?W "t:A .i ' 4. - J .". i I !ji-.--frir- K T,TTtm.rrrtrTr.iryy-cjihwpiiwi T' ' i " L ,r -- t tlltti . lfMTTTTT ftdf miHn ii i ' 11 " miin.i " I " SILAGE 13 GGOD FOB SMEE7 Wi'I B I FARMER'S COLUMN ! rfpn.eu below this heading la for the exeln sive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is fc the snle of stock grain and u. h things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise No notice will oe Accepted over four lines, and will be only in vo issues of the Record, free of chn'pe Administrator's - ox.fc Found Most Beneficial Feed live Stock H.M.,';fMBtIWtfcT S for Animals During Lcng Winter Season for Feeding. (By J. C. COritTEH.) There has been great difference of opinion concerning the value cf silage as a sheep feed. In our opinion sil- age is a good and safe feed for old and yoi;ng sheep if it is free from mold, and it It is fed carefully. Moreover, ' CA' JW&a-JCO- ix...;3 wxwvooo'mM C rfuaT . 3 ?-- ? - ib O- X, JvOOOOv- tt& E 3 ikv r feff.?!? rt'Vi1 yii.--. 9 'Ji Where Richmond ji Foil Sale: Good We have made arrangements with the Louisville Evening Post, whereby we can give you Jersey cow and calf. T. D. Chestnut. BREAKING A WEANLING COLT "L0 Get- FOR Sale: broke. Some nice young mules Denny Bros, Phone 360. A. -bred Half of Education of Horse Is in ting Him Used to Stand Tied When Hitched. enuge w muai ucucuui" mju up the digestive tract of his ccntraLT!l ARE YOU GOING? I am going to the Three Chair. Shop to get my Face and Head Changed A Administrator of the estate of the where you don't hae to wait a minute. Where .v. n- - S'reet. The Central Louisville Record Post FOR sey Boar. FOR ONE YEAR and the Evening (By J. M. BELL, Virginia.) A New York horse dealer came to years ago and Virginia twenty-odCharles Dean purchased a pair of bought a farm for the purpose of work mules at Richmond court for raising colts in addition to email farming. His method of handling colts is 400. worthy of imitation. hours of age the colts For Sale: 5 good hemp breaks, Bur-detAt thirty-si- x make. R. R. Fox Marksburry, were haltered and left in the stalls one to a stall, of course, as their dams Ky. SALE-Thorough- Red Jer352-- A Tom Slavin, Phone d te From NOW Until November the 10th, 1912. BOTH For The Small SUM Of This only applies to our patrons who live outside the city of Lancaster, where no Louisville Post agent is slept there at night. Very scon the colts were perfectly Two full blooded jersey For Sale: halter-broke(long before they were heifers. Fine stock, come and look at weaned) and in being halter-brokeI. M. Myers. them. n Ben Bright bought 15 mules at Richmond court Monday, we were unable to secure the prices paid. For Sale Indian Runner Duck eggs 50 cents per setting. 382-- F. James Siler. Phone For Sale One through bred short horn yearling bull. J. M. Cress. Phone 380-G A Virginia Hackney. horse-breakin- located. Money must be paid CASH in advance. IIWWW iMtagiif Carry 1 We Lumber that makes the man "who buys and uses I it proud of good judg ment in coming here. For our Lumber goes far- r"wMlk - ' ill I I ther and lasts longer than four times the poorer, un -- nr- '- - - they were taught one of the most imPure bred White Orpington and Ring- portant tilings in let Bard Plymouth Rock eggs for sale namely, to stand tied when hitched. This one quality is about half of at $1.50 per setting. Mrs. S. A. Maret the education of a horse, and without Shelbyville, Ky, K. r . L. JNo. i. it no hort.e is properly broken. When old enough to eat solid food, Gailey of Madison county Hugh made two nice purchases cf cattle in they were fed each day, and later on this county this week, of Robert Bur- turned out to pasture, but still were their ton he bought twenty five heifers, given some extra feed and wean, mother's milk until ready to weighing about 1000 pounds, and an- when they were put out in a good other bunch of Thos. Hill consisting of grazing field. 25 head and weighing about 1000 pounds The dams were well fed, and regu paying to each gentlemen 5 cents per larly worked at least eleven months pound. The stock has been fattened out of the twelve, if the weather per- mitted. They kept in good working on silage. order, did good work ail the year Mr. Monte Fox purchased yesterday round, and four out of five raised a two large bunches of fine export cat thrifty coll. Never let a colt grow to any age tle, from Mr. William P. Givens. He him. and size without 100 head, which will weigh bought young horses hundred pounds. He pur- Hundreds of valuable twelve are much injured in disposition by chased from Mr. Ben W. Lore seventy-si- x letting them run until they are from head, which will weigh about two to three years of age, and then thirteen hundred pounds. The cattle for the first time cornered in a stall will be delivered by the 10th of April by several farm hands, which may be The price paid was between 6.50 and a frolic to the latter, but quite the contrary to the former. and $7.00 per hundred. Advocate. halter-breakin- g ut sheep throughout the long winter season for feeding. Silage acts through the winter much the same as grass does through the summer, keepings a bloom and a thrift on the sheep that is hard to equal without it. Lambs which are being fattened for market need less silage than the older ewes, and particular pains must be taken to keep only fresh, sweet silage for them. Cattle feeders find good sound silage a very excellent fatten ingfeed in itself, but sheep will not handle as much straight silage as cattle. Lambs being fed for the market should be slowly started on silage, giving them only a taste during the first week. Gradually then for three more weeks the quantity should be increased until they are getting all they will eat up nearly clean. All these rules can be changed somewhat, of course, yet they will serve as a reliable, practical guide, for they are the result of "experience. However, any farmer feeding silage should remember: 1. Never feed moldy silage. 2. Never feed silage for a long time that is noticeably sour. 3. Never start in heavily at first. 4. Never feed silage heavy in the grain one day and silage light in the grain the next. 5. Never altow silage to lay in the troughs from one feeding time to the other. 0. Never feed silage that is noticeably frosted. 7. Never leave the salt box empty. S. Always watch tho appetites of the sheep, and if they seem tired of silage cut down on the ration until they grow eager for more. -- THURSDAY, MaRCH 14TH, 1912 KENRV DUNCAN at 10 o'clock a. m. at the farm of S. L The Old Reliable Barber. uibbs on the Ivirksville pike, three miles from Hyattsville and six miles Rj). from Lancaster, sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, the following described stock and property. Physician Surgeon. One horse mule, 3 mare mules, 2 good mule colts. 1 three year old gelding by LANCASTER, KY. Judge Parker, 1 brood rnare in foal to Office Phone C. Residence Phone 220. Jack, 1 aged saddle mare, 1 aged brood mare. One good nc-wagon, a good new runabout and harness and an old one, ail the farming implements, etc used LIVERY, on his farm. f interest in 2 stacks of hay in the field and a lot of hay in the barn. Also d interStanford Street. est in about 300 barrels of corn and one half interest in 2 stacks of oats. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. TERMS:-AI- 1 sums of $10.00 and unOilice Hours Offlee over der, cash in hand, over that amount, the terms will be made known on the 3 . m to I p. ra. to 1. date of sale. W. ELLIOTT, - inti J.W.SWEENEY One-hal- FEED and SALE STABLE. two-thir- -'. S. L. GIBBS, Admr. For Sale PrivateIy:-50- 0 B. F1. acres of land DENTIST. P'K'iM ti-- "Walter. Lximsitr. Kt subject to division. (Sparkling Eyes, A STORY Norse-mantype H. d. iFlfc! County Surveyor. IIOXE 3-- j seasoned kind. The next time you need Lumber of any kind from beams to shingles, try ours. We will both gain by the operation. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO on school principal, A Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is thus told by him. "For more than three years," he writes, "I suffered indescribable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All remedies failed till I used Electric Bitters, but four bottles of this wonderful remedy cured me completely." Such results are common. Thousands bless them lor curing stomach trouble, female complaints, kidney disorders, billiousness, and for Try them. new health and vigor. Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 'severe attack Attack's School Principal. ANTI-SKI- D CHAINS VALUABLE f Many otherwise beautiful women Office over F. O. Ilnrt furniture ire have been neglected by nature with Kentucky a lack of glossy, lustrous, dark Eye- Lancaster, brows: many Blonders of True with beautiful eyes cannQt show them off to an.advantage through lack of dark, heavv. lustrous evebrows. To meet a universal and pupular E demand among the fair sex we have osi r MpprrcOAnv FHR PTT!Lfc after much experimenting produced a bAU compound termed "DABRO" consist- Ii. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Oldies riUtd MUisMCtktH UiiuranitKti. ing of harmless Organic Substances, Can Always Be Available for Animals by Use of Small Eox With Essentia! Oils, Balsame, etc., yielding Hole. by our process a stiff emulsion which will stimulate growth of the eyebrows The best way of salting cattle is to and darken them to the desired shade. have it always available so that they may go to it at pleasure. This can Eyebrow a brick of be accomplished by Royal blood and splendid individuality. salt tacked up under the shed where Should be discarded as they only Fall boars and gilts for sale. tend to envelope your hair with a film of greasy matter, preventing access of J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster. Ky. fresh air and thus to your detriment serve the opposite purpose for which you had intended them namely, beauJ. , '? -- V M2fc Moon-Shape- d haig Harmful Pencil. Oakdale Herd cf Pb istereel Ooroos DE.TT111. tifying yourself. BURNETT t Makers cf Horse Accessories Learn Excellent Lesson from Automobile Manufacturers. When ice forms on tho streets and motor car owners get out their chains in order to travel in safety, it's a poor time for the horses. They slip around, and if they don't fall down on their way to the blacksmith shop to he "sharp shod" they're in luck. rfc 0 Sait Box;- - ' A more modern, absolutely harmless, hygienic and effective medi um is. PhYsicen and Surgeon. Offhee over Logan's More. Resident-.- "Dabro" It will not only stimulate growth of yous Eyebrows and darken them if too light, but will produce a luster and glossiness not duplicated by any other means. We guarantee that Da'oro will do what we claim for it if used as dir ected or we will cheerfully refund your money. uauro win be sent in plain wrapper to any address in the U. S. upon receip 0f 50 cents in silver. Guaranteed under U. S. Pure Food and Drug Act. THE SILORON MFG. CO. PUEBLO, COLORADO. Phone 75. OlhVe Plume 6. H. J. PATRICK, Dentisto All Work Guaranteed. AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS Or SALE DAiL,Y VIA ALL DINING CARS EQUIPr.lENT ELECTRICALLY SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE LIGHTED The sharp calks the blacksmith puts on soon wear off, however, and then the horse is In as bad shape as ever. That is, unless his owner chances to have bought him a set of chains. For the makers of harness and horse accessories have learned from the motorist, and today chains are made to fit horses' hoofs, clad in which they can safely traverse the most slippery hill. attachments are very The anti-skisimple, consisting of a stout strap, a bit of rope and two strong chains that go under the horse's hoof and take firm hold on the icy surface. Several hundred of these "horse chains" have been sold this winter, though it costs ?4 to fit a horse out. For all four of the animal's feet must anli-skiddin- Paint Lick, Kentucky. g d tho animals can lick it, or another good way to use loose salt is to con struct a box, as shown in the ilius- tration, which is partially filled with salt, says the Homestead. The hole should be large enough that the animal can put its nose into it and lift the lid up. The cattle will examine the box, and smelling the salt through shaped hole, put their the noses in and lift the lid up. As soon as they are through licking, the lid will drop down and protect the salt from dirt and dust, and from rain, II the box is placed in pasture. half-moo- n P M. K. Denny, ,! DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery r jchii while 6 Go. LOUISVILLE. KY. EstefaU-odl837 K ighsstiiarksiprlcep-:- for GOOD RETURN5NGJJNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FOR FuLL PARTICULARS, CALL CN ANY TICKET AGEHT. QUELH OE "WaiT- & CRESCENT ROUTE, SEASON-19- 12 H. C KING, Passsaecr and Ticket Az'tA, 101 E. Main St, LEXINGTON, KY. razris5 M Bud Hall is 15$ Having an Understanding. Teacher "Arthur, I shall be obliged to detain you again toda; after school is ouL" Arthur (aged seven) "Of course you understand that if there is any gossip comes of your keeping me after school every day, you are responsible for It." Doston Transcript raw WOOL SM COMMISSI? and HIDES. furs - -- 2r3yKj24g3EHypsN t&Js&Sl Mmmmm Store. Office iJlkv &S8K &m Or. R. L Pontius, Kentucky Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. --- Lancaster, ? New Phones. 337-- H 9600ooooeooeoeooooooooooeoooo Arnold, Henry HALL. at my . Anti-Ski- d Subscribe for Record Burnett & Elliott 310-Burnside, Robt 392-Burton, R. I. 6 A H Gut ? Fiowers "i Res. Res. of QUALITY. $OO4OOCOOO90OOOOOOOOO 161 357-Q Conn Bros. Cotton, C. S. Hardware. Res. Res. Res. Res. Ware McRoberts. i OttoeO0 OA Bring Your Tobacco TO Will make the season of 1912 378-- J 220 174-- B stable, 3J miles from Lancaster, oil Lexington pike, at Center, Walter, Elliott, Dr. W. M. Fox, J. C. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY Chains for Horses. d $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt. hands high, was sired by Hockaday's Rex Peavine. he shod with the anti-skichains If they are to be of any effect. Then the faithful beast can give the blacksmith, the horse laugh, and stand In slippery places without his aid. Trade in Horses. A. B. Alford, a transfer man of Phil- "I Am Well" writes Mrs. L R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and can do all my housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I could" scarcely stand on my feet. After three different doctors had failed to help me, I gave Cardui a trial. Now, I feel like a new woman." E58 Farmer's Union Gosney, N. J. 5 Hurt & Anderson. 165 Hurt F. G. 199 393-- G 387-- A 387-- K Store. Res. AH02NEY. Furniture. LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Stanford Street. 1st dam Nell, sired by Mark Diamond Mark Diamond's dam was by Peavine 2nd dam Mollie, sired by McElroy,etc Season due when colt is foaled or mare is parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. R. C. SCHOOLER, adelphia, states that with statistics showing a larger number of horses in the United States than ever before, it is harder to get hold of a good draft animal, at a fair price, than it was 15 years ago, when he could buy all he wanted for from $100 to $125, and today he cannot get horses of the same kind for $200 or $250. Dry Bed Appreciated. Keep plenty of bright straw under the live stock. .It will do more good there than standing in the fields rotting. A warm, dry bed for a horse, cow or hog is appreciated these days and the manure makes a grand mulch Kurtz H. M. Locker B. 239 Long J. P. 186 Lan. Tobocco Ware House. 69 Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. 21 Logan II. T. 323 Moore Henry 339-- Q 363-- S Will Practice in all State Courts ani? Res. U. S. District Court. Res. Offlca over Police Court. Phone 194 Res. Res. TO THE CUSTOMERS OFTHE Res. Res. Res. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co MahanJ. Q. Mahan J. W. 374-- S Morgan G. A. 385-McMillan Lige 392-Montgomery Dr. 202 Perkins E. W. 363-Pope & Vaughn. B U G 400-- U Lancaster, Ky. 384-- A 383-- U Have You Tried The Woman's Tonic health depends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It is the littie things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardui at once, and avoid more serious troubles. We urge you to try it Begin today. A woman's 354-- B 329-- M Pierce Joe. Rankin T. C. Rankin James Rainey J. T. Ray Mrs. Eliza Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales, No Commission to Pay. Telephone 186. s We buy yonr Tobaceo at Highest Market Price and unload the same day. N , Black Star for the garden. COAL? If not, you're loosing a lot of COAL SATISFACTION. Better order a ' To Cleanse Brushes. To clean hair brushes put a of ammonia into a basin of .tepid water and dip the brushes up and down in it until they are clean Dry with the bristles down and they will be lfke new. table-spoonf- Rose G. C. 379-Rose Dr. B. C. 93 Riley J. L. 85 Robinson Mrs. J. C. 50 Ross & Whitlock. , 400-Schooler Roy. 164 H H I will remain at old stand, on public Res. Res. square, for cleaning and pressing ladies Office. and mens garments. Hats cleaned and Res. blocked, shoe repairing. Phone 340. Join the pressing Club 1.50 per Res. month. Pressing and shoes polished. Store. Res. W. Vlgr. Res. Res. Res. Res. Res. h. Faulkner, Fruit and Shade Trees Res. Res. Res. Meats. Res. Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, and Phlox. and-Garde- k. j ) ' I 213 385-- H 338-- Q Cut. TON at once from H. C. BAILEY. Ella She Is considered the flower of the family. Stella Andjgjnce her operation she feels, she says, that she can be classed in the list of "out flowers?' 192 86 41 38 397 360 Store. Turner & Carpenter. Res. Turner Joe Res. Walker Kemp. Res. Walker Alex. Livery. Everything for Orchard, Lawn Walker & Herndon. Res. Wherritt W. H. Our prices may interest you Zanone Miss Margaret. Res. No Agts. Bishop Miss Fannie. Res. Write for free Catalogue. Dr. R. L. Pontius. Veterinay. Incorporated. Bastin Telephone Company H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons.. Lexington. Kentucky. & - v. -- , y -- gj4 . r j-