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Eberlein Buys Laundry. Mr. Howard Rice who has many Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Arnold" have friends here, has been elected to the high position of Exalted Ruler of the sold the London Steam Laundry to Mr. JT B. Eberlein, who will take charge Richmond Ind lodge of blks. Monday. During their short stay, here begins An "egg laying contest" Mr. and Mrs. Arnold have made many April 1st on the farm of Senator Payn-te- r friends, and London is indebted to near Frankfort. Wonder how them for establishing a new industry many of the hens will examine the in our town. They will return to Lancalender and fool their owners on the caster. London Sentinel. first day of the contest mormng-and.evenihgto-da- Elder F. M. Tinder will fill Tiis pulpit 1 - A joint committee from the House and Senate waited upon the. Governor of19'jn a tn VVnlncrli arifl itifrirmil . a. t j mm il tnar, me two ! ooaies were apout to adjourn. At 1:50 o'clock a. m. the House and benate were adjourned sine die. 1 "! lMmmMWMMMM UNOUiJJU 1 J. m M Winchester Democrat Burned Out. r 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 I Mr. W. A. Arnold has purchased the e pool room located on the north side Dun-laPublic Square of Mrs. Hallie price private. Mr. Arnold will give his personal attention to the management of his new purchase. of-thp, Depot In Darkness-Wh- o Is To Blame? On last Saturday the plant of the Winchester Democrat was gutted by fire. The entire plant, both machineiy and stock was so badly damaged as to be rendered useless and the publication M of that good paper is temprarily suspended, however, it was well insured m and as soon fi5 npv prminmfnt pan he secured the paper will resume publica-- 1 s$ tion. Steve Vaught formerly of Rich-- 1 mond and well known here, is part 25 owner of the burned plant. Jack Hut-sel- l, CE also well known here, who conJ u The Free the only insured Sewing Machine, also warranted for life. It is insured for fie years against breakage, wear, fire, tornado lightning and water. This means that if your home burns and "The FREE" Sewing Machine is destroyed or injured, we will supply a new "The FREE" Sewing Machine without cost; that if in a cyclone or Hood your machine is rendered unfit foj use, we will replace it without expense to you, that should you through accident in moving or otherwise break any part or the whole ma- chine we will replace that part, or the machine gratis; that if you break a needle, if you break a belt, or if one wears out; if you break any attachment, we will replace these parts to you abso-lutely without cost.- In justice tc yourself, you should at least see "The FREE" Sewing Machine. - Union Church Service., church services preparatory to "Men and Boys' ser-- , 3 March i Forward Movement vices by Pastor at II a. m. Sunday night 21--2- at Methodist Farmers Union Supply Company Buys The electric light at the depot has been removed, by whom and for what purpose, we are unable to state, but we do know that the depot premises are in Stygian darkness, to" the imminent peril of those who are compelled to go there at night. A light at the station is an absolute necessity, it seems to us that if the City Council would advise the railroad authorities, they would be willing to maintain one for their own protection. Surely the traveling public are entitled to some ducts a gents furnishing store adjoin-th- e 3. " Democrat, also sustained a slight gp loss by the fire. g Rigid Liquor Law. ' p -t Twenty-fiv- e service? That they can order anything in their line, that they haven't on hand and guarantee that you will 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? Lowell Property. protection. r Hartw crvcrwtc-Mbc:cvJM?-ox-c-cr- PHTUcil Lancaster, Ky. to' rrrCJ-H-C3r- h . -- ' tJi.--j rc 4 Ti EASTER . The Farmers Union Supply Co. has A Simple Melhcd To Test Seed Corn. purchased of Speed Ledford a well "H. F. Hillenmeyer, in a card to the situated piece of ground in the village public, calls attention to the fact that of Lowell, paying 500. therefor. The owing to conditions last year the corn purchase of property out in the county was imperfectly matured and there-wi- ll bv this corporatian would indicate that be this spring especially unreliable they contemplate thc establishing of for seed. He therefore urges all farstores otner man uiu iiuuuauuiK mers to test their seed corn, suggesttablishment which they now maintain ing the following method: "Let the in Lancaster farmer take twenty ears at random and from the middle of each take five Keely Institute At Crab Orchard Changes grains. Then let him cover a plate or pan with moist flannel cotton batting Hands. . or sawdust and spread nicely- - the 100 Dr. Dick has resigned as physian in grains, covering with flannel kept wet, i charge of the Keely Institute at Crab and anywhere that a day temperature Orchard and Dr. R. L. Willis, formerly of 80 degrees can be maintained. The superintendent of the Eastern Asylum night temperature may be lower. The For The Insane at Lexington, nas been grain must be kept moist; but not wet. "appointed to succeed him. Dr. Willis In a week he will know the growing is one of the foremost physicians in the percentage to a nicety. state and will add much to the already successful Institute at Crab Orchard. Coming To Garrard After Good Seed. He is a brother of Mr. Joe Willis the Mr. B. L. Kelly went over to Lexingclever manager at the Springs. A plant and ice ton last Saturday taking with him samnew electric lighting plant is being installed and many more ples of his five varieties of seed corn, improvements made and the Springs and readily disposed of all that he had will be placed in first class condition by to spare at $2.00 per bushel, Mr. R. M. the time of the opening of the coming Squires being the purchaser. Mr. Kelly season. Dr. Dick has not as yet per- had about 200 bushels of which he wish manently located, but will doubtless ed to dispose, and this was gobbled up establish a Keely Institute elswhere in greedily and the purchaser would have taken many times that number of the state, bushels. Farmers of the county are being deluged with requests for tobacco seei. "the kind you raise", which of course means white Burley of one or another variety. This certaniiy augurs that Garrard county produces the best, for when people desire seed they want the best obtainable and nothing short of that will satisfy them, hence they turn to the home of the best Garrard -- A bill which had already passed the Senate was passed the House upon the last day of the session, and now but awaits the Governors signature to become a law, and is the most drastic liquor law ever enacted in the state" It makes it unlawful to "purchase.pro-cur- e or deliver" intoxicating liquor into local option territory. This means that it will be unlawful to bring liquor into a local option territory under any pretext, except for your own consumption, regardless This law however, does not in the least mitigate the great wrong from which the dry territory of Kentucky is suffering, namely, the shipping in from other states, this may only be stopped by an act of the National Congress. tity. j 0 :. of the Many points of Superiority contained in "The FREE" Sewing Machine. Sews Faster, Runs Lighter, Lasts Longer, Is More Beautiful, Has Less Vibration, Easier to Operate, Makes a more perfect Stitch. The Most Powerful Sewing Machine Made, More Rotary ih Movement, Vibrating Shuttle, Rotoscillo Move-- 7 ment, Automatic Thread Contro'.Vr. Automatic Tension Release, g Positive Needle (cannot be put in wrong) Short Needle, Rigid Feed (bearing direct'y under feed points) Positive Four Motion Feed (without springs) Shuttle Ejector, Shuttle, Six in Stand, Revolving Spool holder. and Adjustable Bearings, Automatic Head Latch-holdihead to stand. Automatic Drawer Locks, Automatic Lift the Simplest and Eest. Rail-Bearing " Self-settin- Self-Threadi- ng Bail-Bearin- Case-harden- ed ng fM&ELDEN -- BROS. ! sfitomiiUmmnvrmiiiimm&fTiL&iG). &lmfi&di&ji&m ails NEW STORK Pi N AN CI AL. Staple and fan to the Banking at Frankfort, the of cy Groceries, dry was submitted. report of State at the DepartmentFebruary Ky.. goods and no.... from Banks. Overdrafts tions, all fresh Expenses Banking house.fur fixtrs and clean. Phone Total Total 187. W. A. The Garrard Bank 3& Trust Co. In response a call from following financial RESOURCES. business close 29th, 1912 RESERVE. -- Loans. $104,881 40"! Cash and due Capital Stock , 50,000 00 Surplus & undivided profits 2.S73 39 paid Individual Deposits 106,747 62 $159,621 01 $ 37,975 57 1,889 IS 574 SO & 14,300 00 $ls9.621 01 LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. j 1910 m Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse. : & Comes On Auril 7t If you want that NEW EASTER SUIT in time to join the, EASTER PARADE April 7th, your order must reach us by March 25th. . : After a thorough investigation of the question of the establishment of a Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse in Lancaster we have found it to be the almost universal consensus of opinion among the, farmers, merchants and business men of the County that we must have a warehouse here. A subscription paper was started and stock is being rapidly subscribed. The shares are one hundred dollars each and are subscribed for the purchase of what is known as the Pilgrimage Distillery property. The amount to be raised is the sum of ten thousand dollars. The Pilgrimage prop erty is ideal for the purpose, consfsting of 18 acres of land with large warehouses, plenty room for teams and wag ons, plenty of water, has switch from the railroad, in fact seems to have been located and improved for the purpose. Its original cost was .$25,000.00. Any one desiring stock will apply to the uri- Hughes & Swinebroad. dersigned. Greenleaf. Owing to the enormous number of EASTER ORDERS we cannot guarantee Easter delivery on orders which reach us after the 25th, so ORDER "that SUIT NOW and we will promise delivery for Easter. r I r ' We represent the Globe Tailoring Co., Cincinnati, Ohio, and The American Specialty Tailoring Co., of New York. -- Suits to measure from $16. to $55. fit and Satisfaction Guaranteed fe Hrp-- Logan, . X;f Ti! Lancaster,-Kentucky- . T H H V M 4g V ; 4-t A newline"of The FRAT for Young Men. ,. ready-to-we- ar Suits for your inspection The PERFECTION for Boys, Up-to-da- te. All New and , I Mrs, Ida Jennings Greenleaf died at her home in Richmond Ky. on last Thursday the 7th inst and her remains were placed at rest in the Richmond the following day. Mrs. cemete Greenleaf sustained severe burns on Febuary 28th. by her dress becoming ignited from an open, fire, which result ed in her death. She was the wife of Mr. John E. Greenleaf, a prominent member of the banking fraternity of Richmond, and who is a brother of Mr. G. S. Greenleaf and Mrs, Emma Jyauff-ma- n of this place. Besides her husband Mrs. Greenleaf is survived by two children. Judge John Jennings Greenleaf and Miss Van Greenleaf both of Richmond, to whom the heartfelt sympathy of a host of friends and acquaintances in Lancaster is extended. Mrs. Greenleaf was 55 years of age and was the daughter of Dr. William and Lucy Hawkins Jennings of Madison county: She was a highly cultured lady, of a lovely and amiable disposi tion, a devoted, chnstme wife and mother, whose Jife had been dedicated to her home and her family, whose greatest consolation in-- their hour of trial-iin their knowledge of the fact that she was ready to meet in the "here after Him whom she had so consistently seryed'while on earth.. s Feb 28th 19u Feb 23th Moses Cottrell who had been confined 19t0 Jan 27th in the county jail since the death of Will Ward, to await the action of the grand jury, was released from custody on Mondav, no indictment having been found against him. A jury in the circuit court Friday composed of ten talesmen from and two from GarBoyle county n rard, found Claries C. Humber and Thomas guilty as charged in the indictment against them of. malicious shooting and wounding James Jones, and the court under the statutory punishment provided therefor, fixed their punishment at from one to five years in the penetenliary. The crime with which these young men " was chai'ged wns committed in Lincoln county in October 1910, a trial in the Lincoln Circuit Court resulted in a mistrial and the court granted a change of venue to this county, another mistrial resulted in this case at the last term of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a. special venire of 50 talesmen from Boyle county was ordered from which to complete "the jury, ten of whom together with, two gentlemen who qualified from this county, composed the jury t in the above verdict. Four eloquent speeches were made in this trial by" Attorney's Hamilton and Harding for the defense, and Attorney's Jno. Sam Owsley and J. E. Robinson for the Commonwealth. Mr. Robinson had the last speech and we have heard many people say that he made the best one they ever heard him make, at one time the court was compelled to stop him so as to warn the audience not to applaud again. Saturday was devoted to the trial of the case of Lee Burton, colored charged with the killing of Hudson, also colored, at White Ook below Bryants-villwhich occured on Thanksgiving night 1911. The result of trial was the jury disagreeing and the court was compelljd to discharge them. Burton was admitted to bond in the sum of $5,00.,. which he readily gave. On Monday Allen Jones a colored boy was tried charged with the killing of Harrison Preston, a white man, "near White Oak in this county, last fall. The jury found him guilty and his punishment was fixed at from two to twenty one years in the State Prison. Attor- m 3 ney R H. Tomlinson represented the disease Attorneys Owsley and m defendant, while Robinson guarded the interest of the Circuit Court. 1S07 Al-vi- Comparative Statement of Deposits. $ 44,877.70 67.195.05 78.761.01 1911 May 5th March 5th 1912 Feb. 29th. 89,999,66 98,145,07 106.735.62 j 1 i Ask Us For Prices - ON I 1 - which-brough- i 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 I I e, W. J. Romans. ' among your Horses,Hogs & S S M It Prevent rather than Cure Cows. Use commonwealth. The grand jury returned an indict- ment against Thomas'Ralston for the killing of George Finley at Paint Lick and the trial of his case was postponed until, the next term of, court. Ralston bond--ithe sum "of was admitted-tn I I III eritiial Stock FflDQ. $1500. Reports from Stanford are that.Comv Florence monwealth's Attorney-Georgis improving and 'will' probably be able to resume his duties in court next e -- I 1 We sell a 25 pound bucket for $2.85. Smaller sizes at regular prices. week. "'". I R. "Ei McRoberts CS, Son. --- . ij" j ? j- ..- - ,.,-LSL.ii'rsZ.-.r- - - x--- i r.1'A - "' ?'?-,,'?- '& - . " Sinpson. . .. , Mr. Green B. Turky Suffers Paralytic Mr. Larue Simpson died at his home, A, Stroke, THE SUCCESS. T$E MEN and RELIGION inLoaADel.eCa), .on, last Tuesday qcAnx springs awe pn Tuesday for Interment in th.o Laapaster pcjns- - stated Mot Mr. Green B. Turiey? who that tery. The deceased was thirty Ave is stopping there, had suffered a par- amags. sa hi? fiutiftr tfi T3Mhpp& Fdrward Movement TEAM WORK Lancaster, Ky., March 2123 inetoto. years of age and was the son of Mr. William Simpson of this county, and was a nephew of Mrs. W. T. West of Lancaster. Mr. Simpson left this county about fifteen years ago for California where he has since made his home. The cause of his death was tuberculosis, from which disease another .brother, Earl, died in . CaUfoxnia several yeara since "and his- remains were brought here for interment. - alytic stroke of one side. His sons, Messrs R. E. and John Turley left at once for his bedside. V The Sick. Sessions .at MetodistOhurch Thursday; Baptist Church Friday, Christian Church Saturday. 2:30 in the afternoons and 7:30 in the evenings. Hear These Laymen from Louisville Tell the Laymen of Garrard County how to go after Souls in a Business Like Way. MOTTO: More Religion for Men. More Men for Religion. For Men and Boys Only. You Can't Afford to Stay Away.. The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 There are a good many sick people in the commnnity, but we are glad to be able to report that all are improving Mrs, Sam G. Haselden haa ill with inflammatory rheumatism; Mrs. James Clark is suffering with a severe attact of pneumonia; Mr. H. C. Horsemen Here. Arnoiu &r..is connneu with a very painMr. W. W. Gortchfcf Jluntsville Ala. ful case of erysipelas and Mr. S. D. accompanied by F. T. Fox Jr. of Dan- Turner is convalescing from a siege of ville was here this week in search of pneumonia. several good saddle horses, but did not Speaker Terrill Honored. succeed in finding anything to his taste. Messrs R. H. Price, S. A. Burns and Everyone connected with the lower F. H. Clinkschles of South Carolina, Kentucky House was loud in praise of all prominent horsemen in their sec Speaker Terrill, and he was unanimous tion 01 tne county, were also here in ly pronounced the most eminently fair search of stock this week, each seek- man who had ever occupied the speak ing a different class of animals, but as er's chair. He was the vrecipient of theydesire a car load, and they did two diamonds, a handsome ring from not see an opportunity to purchase the members of the House and a pin that number here, they left without by the extra help which had been emmaking any purchases., Mr. Price who ployed during the session, the presenwas with the South Caralina delega- tation speech for the latter body being tion is well known here, having made made by Mr. Jefferson Bowman of Dan many purchases here at previous times. ville. been--critically ViSr 1. Hm111bn olllPbsa s V k Roller Bearing Lightest Draft Spreader Made. HEADQUARTERS FOR The Genuine Oliver - Plows, Hillside Syracuse Plows, Syracuse Turning PLOWS. Few Vulcan Plows at COST. I! We still have a few Heaters that we will sell cheap. sold. Sole agents for American Fence. The best and heaviest fence Call and compare with other makes before purchaeing. 'f i : Seeep Raising On The Increase. South Pole Discovered. a year. e at he perennial wail of a few chron ic croakers, but pursue the even tenor are authorized to announce 0f our way and jet this be like all We. John N. White as a candidate for j other years to us in so far as our in the first district of Gar-- forts for success are concerned. For Magistrate. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s rard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., March 15, 1912. Rates For Political Announcements For For For For For For Precinct and City Offices . . . .$ 5.00 10.00 County Offices and District Offices. . . . 15.00 State 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 rard county, subject to the action of line 05 J the democratic party. Obituaries, per line qualiannum, excelled in compelled any home. A conservacrop pound, $5000,000. 10 is to the tobacco growers of the county 5,000,000 pounds announce Puryear as a candidate for Common wealth attorney, subject to the action annually. O 2 My full stock of Tornado Insurance. Fire. Hail. as Groceries and have Dry Goods are the present been repeatedly asked to Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Co number attending the present number the total enrollment for the year and fresh democrats are watching the Taft new have many country pupils c Roosevelt fight with interest J are I excellent that are wondering our goob republican prompt delivery want 1T?MiERfe; ll We Carry Lumber per a they make excellent mat ANNOUNCEMENTS their hair for their this brethren are erial. The total enrollment of the ty of white burley not or Phone 187. W. High of making a percentage of to seek a favorite. present other state, i is or that makes the man other democrat going to be the ment market away from next President, tive estimate of the value of this this who buys and uses I congratulate the patrons A. Dickerson. prepare to take your i Emmet We are authorized to brought still cents per keep showing trust cellent Patrons Lancaster Graded School: MVe Now that the building of a power dam on Dix river near the Mercer line We are authorized to announce Wal- seems probable, the citizens of both ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis- Danville and Harrodsburg are beginntrate in the first district of Garrard ing to warn each other to be up and County, subject to the action of the doing to secure the construction of eldemocratic partv. ectric lines from Lexington to their We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n respective towns, the power to be supplied from the proposed dam. H. Estes as a candidate for We would like to ask the gentlemen in the first district of Garrard subject to the action of the if they are reckoning without Lancascounty, ter and Garrard county, or do they democratic party. propose to connect with the line which We are authorized tp announce is sure to be constructed directly from Charles C. Becker as a candidate for jNicnoiasvuie to Lancaster.' we are Magistrate in the second district of not always asleep when we are quiet, Garrard county, subject to the action and when we do sleep, it is with one eye open, and when the construction of of the democratic party. electric lines is started down through We are authorized to announce Tay- this neck o the woods, you just bet lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- your last dollar Lancaster is going to istrate in the second district of Gar- be one of the objective points. Mag-strat- e, A Norwegian has discovered the A careful canvass among the farSouth Pole. We now have definitely mers of Garrard county indicates that the sheep raising industry in Garrard located both the North and South county has increased fully 50 per cent Poles: We have not as yet been in within the last ten years. It has not formed as to what specific use these TTartf Ord , been many years since a flock of sheep new discoveries may be put, would suggest that one of them be presented was scarcely to be seen in a days ride, J now about one out of every five farm- to T. Roosevelt to be used as a "big ers has a bunch of sheep on his place. stick" and the other one turned over p The average of prowling and worthless to one of the large circuses for a center pole. curs have a tendency to discourage the H Important Meetings. industry, but the dog law now upon the statute books of the state in some The Men and Religion Forward W measure recompenses them for their Movement conducted by able speakers O losses, and Garrard county furnishes from Louisville will be in Lancaster about as many "spring lambs" to the next week, Thursday, Friday and Satearly market as any county in the blue urday and every man and boy in Gargrass section. rard county is requested to be present I j: r, mount, ' Aetna ' National son & co. h I l Of Hartford, Henry Clay. Attention Farmers. s We make a specialty of your needs and write a policy especially adapted for your property. It will pay you to investigate our special policy. ( i! NEW GOODS. great work, the ad vancement of the men and boys in the United States. Services will be conducted at 2:30 P. M. each after-noo- n and at 7:30 each evening. Make your arrangements to attend these "meetings and bring some one with you. and help in this -4 w KEMPER Garnett Kemper. CBt, WOODS, R. G. Woods. c i--H . j J PAINT LICK, KY. l( ed school. arid 346. The The as Grad is 309 is and "j and why pulling Woodrow We doing more, School 55, work For Commonwealth Attorney. good and Wilson some is so Mr. Republican be medicine. 59 and a enroll93. ex- on )i and we may of the Democratic party. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of own hands. Garrard County, subject to the action Establish a loose leaf tobacco wareIt is estimated that 150,000 cotton of the Democratic party. house in Lancaster and keep this $50, and woolen mill operators in New EngWe are authorized to announce 000 at home which is annually expend- land will share in an advance of wages Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff ed in neighboring towns. Alljover the at least 5 per cent before April 1st of Garrard county, subject to the ac- state these markets are being established, in towns of much smaller size tion of the democratic party. than Lancaster, and in counties where How I Can Help Improve Lancaster. We are authorized to announce W. not one third the quantity and nothing (By Isabella Terrill.) L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard like the quality of tobacco is produced I can help Lancaster by picking paper county, subject to the action of the as in Garrard county; towns which aldemocratic party. ready have houses are building addit- and peeling off the side walk, and tellional ones. Buyers are readily furnish- ing others to do the same thing, also ed to these people, why not to us. to try to help take down the ugly signs Fer Assessor. We believe that the idea that we could and to keep off other peoples grass, and We are authorized to announce Dave not secure buyers is rediculous. We try to keep my own home clean. If I C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor believe that if a market were estab- do all this, I will help to improve Lan of Garrard county subject to the ac lished here that buyers would be fur- - caster. J nished, that they would be sent here in tion of the democratic party. The Ten Year Pool. preference to towns where there is less We are authorized to announce Mr. production and the quality is not so After a careful inquiry we are in E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- good. We now have the opportunity cuneato Deneve that the reports sent nation of Assessor of .Garrard County, to test this theory anyway, let us push out from Garrard county in regard to subject to the action of the democratic j the matter along and leave no stone the number of acres placed in the Ten party. unturned to see whether or not the Year pool, from this county has been We are authorized to announce J. B. purchasers of high grade burley will grossly exaggerated. Dr. J. A,. Amon, Collier as a candidate for the nomina- discriminate against Garrard county in who is in close tooch with the people back of this movement, and who has tion for assessor of Garrard county, favor of the entire world. always been prominently identified subject to the action of the democratic The irrepressible knocker who says with the pooling of tobacco in the party. "this is presidential year, look out for state, tells us that he has pooled Jseven We are authorized to announce W. a panic" is early abroad in the land acres, and. that he knows of not an L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- with his spoky prediction. There never imier acre in me county which was or of Garrard county "subject to the was in reality any cause for such non- placed in the pool. He tells us further action of the Democratic party. sense, and in the present instance there that he is in a position to know and if is if anything less cause than ever be there had been any other tobacco in fore. The fear that a complete change Garrard county .pooled, it is mere than 101 UVBV91 wSpCIBKCMMSl. of administratloo, from one party to probable that he would have known it. We are authorized to announce Miss the other, would create a complete Attack YScM Priacip. Jennie Higgins as a candidate for chance of financial noliev., is what ore . . . .. c School Superintendant for Garrard igmauy gave rise to such a .belief, and A severe attack on school principal, county, subject to the action of the it is'a fact that Borne seyere panics Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is Democratic party. have occurred in presidential years. thus told by him. "For more than But at present the policies of the two three years," he writes, "I suffered ingieat parties are lain along such simi- describable torture from rheumatism, Fer Jailer. lar lines, that even were there a com- liver arid stomach trouble and diseased We are authorized to announce Jack plete change, there is no reason why it kidneys. All remedies failed till usAdams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- should 'effect the business of the county. ed Electric Bitters, but four bottles of rard county, subject to the action of The panic bugaboo in 1912 should this wonderful remedy cured me comfrighten rno one. The country is in a pletely." Such results are common. the Democratic party. prosperous condition, no.idle industries, Thousands bless them for curing We are authorized to announce Dave comparatively few idle people, our stomach trouble, female complaints, Ross as a candidate for Jailer "of Gar- products commanding fair prices, and kidney disorders, billiousness, and for rard county, subject to the action of every prospect .for a prosperous,-ye- ar new health and vigor. Try them. before us, so let' its not become frjghten- - Only 50c at R, EIcBoberts & Son. the Democratic .pa"ty. The annual .gross cost of marketing this production is $22,500., which is a low estimate. Say the producers spend 5 per cent of their receipts where they market their crop, which is placing it at the very lowest approximation, means $25,000. loss to home merchants, this added to the marketing cost makes "$45,000. taken from the county annually, and unneccessarily. These figures are correct and based on the minimum. Merchants cry out mail order houses, and that they are a menace to home industries, we will admit, but it does seem to us that the absence of a home market is a much larger losing proposition than the Mail order houses are a menace, and one for which the remedy lies in our The Presidential preference primary bill was passed this week by the Massachusetts Senate. The primary senti ment is growing every aay ana in a short time every officer in the United States from President to Constible will be nominated in a primary. Do Not Overproduce. up to the high standard. J. L. Riley, Supt. Has A Wise Head. it proud of good judg uuv. uicreary is looKing lor a pri vate Secretary, Hon. Thomas Smith will be transferred to another position. Wouldn't John Farra, representative from Garrard County make a dandy. Go after it John; we are all for you. . ue XT Hewcomo aucomoDiie Dill was killed in the House on last Monday, by an overwhelmingmajority. The bill waa uiireaaonuoie ana at no time had a chance to pass. Some plant beds have already been sown, and farmers are impatiently awaiting the advent of more propitious weather to get their beds in readiness and sown. Everything points to a large acreage in this county during the current year. The splendid prices realized during the last season have ment in coming here. If For our Lumber goes farther and lasts longer than four times the poorer, un - IS 2BT18p m f TO. j. .... .. .- -- f " stimulated the farmers to increase the acreage. In this very fact we believe there is danger. We believe that an increase in acreage will mean a decrease in quality and a consequent slump in prices. As we have always advocated, we believe that it is" best for every grower to put out only just what he can properly handle, having in within the gift of the people." view the labor obtainable, the amount A Surprise Party. of barn room at his disposal and everything else that is required for the propRichmond Climax:-M- r. Burton Farris er handling of the crop. of this city, has been advised by his brother, Dr. Chris Farris, of Denver, Piano Contest. Col., of the arrival at his home of a son. The youngster has been named We desire to call attention to the Piano Contest advertisement in this John Michael, in honor of his two grand issue of the paper. There are two fathers. Several weeks ago Dr. Farris young ladies that are going to get a decided to give his mother, Mrs. Alice beautiful Piano each, one that they Farris, of Kirksville a surprise. He will be proud of. There will also be wrote urging her to come to make him many other prizes given away from a visit, insinuating that it was necesstime to time to the one who "gets the ary for him to be away from home for greatest number of votes in a certain a time and wanting her to be with his time. Every young lady who reads the family. Mrs. Farris went at once and a Record should try for these prizes for few days after arriving, Master John they cost you nothing and there will Michael Farris put in his appearance, be nothing whatever in the contest to announcing he was delighted to meet embarrass you. A great many names his grandmother and had come to locate have already been sent in to enter the if they would treat him right and he contest and they will each be given liked the climate. one thousand votes to start on and will Time Told by Shadow. be published in the next issue of the Among curious clock novelties Is the paper. Then on Saturday, March 23rd. Shadow boudoir clock. With it th'ere the contest starts in earnest. Con- Is no need of getting up to strike a testants are requested to call as soon light or turn on the bulb. All that Is as the paper is out next week and get necessary is to touch a button and the receipt books and due bills Get the time is dashed on the wall, after in the game early and dont wait until the same fashion that signs are on the sidewalk. When the 100,000 votes ahead and flashed some one-iowner of the clock retfres he turns a then start in. The votes are counted night dial to the ceiling and when he every Monday eyening at 6 o'clock so presses a bulb the electric light rewhen the first count is made which will flects from the dial through the lens be on Monday, March 25th., let your and appears, giving the correct time name be in the lead. Call at Mr. In shadow on the celling. Brown's store or this office in Lancaster or at Becker, Ballard & Co. in A Fierce Night Alarn. Bryantsville and enter yourself or your s the hoarse, startling cough of a child friend. suddenly attacked by croup. Often it Rue & Curry of Harrodsburg, closed aroused Lewis Chamblin of Manchester 0.,(R. R. No 2) for their four children the following deals last week. A. G. Kyle 125 acres on Blue were greatly subjected to croup. "Some For Grass pike to J. B. Cloyd of Taylpr times in severe attacks, 'he wrote 'we County at $90.00 per acre. Possession. were afraid they would die, but since For. J; W. Hardin 163 acres near the we proved what a certain remedy Dr. Danville pike, 2 miles South of Har- King's New Discovery is, we have nO fear. We rely on it for croup and for rodsburg at $40.00 per acre. C, S. Vanarsdall 89J acres to J. coughs, colds or any throat or luug For W. Hardin at $80.00 per acre. This trouble." So do thousands of others, farm is on Cummins Ferry pike, about So may you. Asthma, Hay Fever. Whooping Cough, Hemorrh7 miles from Harrodsburg,Kentucky. For Dr. J. B. RoBards his dwelling ages fly before it, 50cand $1.00 Trial and 50 acres in Harrodsburg to A. G. bottle free. Sold by R. E. McRoberta ' lm '& Son. Kyle for $12.0o0. s La-Grip- pe, Hon. Wood Dunlap of Lexington in answer to the importunities of many friends that he make the race for from the Seventh district in opposition to Hon. Campbell Cantrill, has the following to say:- "I am out of politics and out for good, though of course I expect always to hold myself in 'readiness to lend a helping hand on the stump whenever my friends or my party think they need my services. The job I have suits me too well to abandon it a't this time for any political office Cor-gre- ss B. ' : 1 w4 ' 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. i Bring1 Your TO- Tobacco a V LANCASTER TOBACCO J WAREHOUSE Stanford Street. V y Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales, No Commission to Pay. Telephone J 86. We buy yonr Tobaceo at Highest Market Price and unload the same day. s. ' I We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE at Office National Bank. BEAZLEY at Phone or call on us &. The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. COLLIER i. J V 1 S ijV ui i '- jyfti. -- ft. - it", i-ijv- ii ." S" ssssssgiiarrs3: -- ., , -- iS' "r ja JLSk M nl X' B ' ' 4 4B&. ? Emm mw e3m filSa feSriri MK?83??! ra w5w b5e f ifrv2 p&C MPI &?A MhA'ki Sa P3 ?:s fe-- i C? IlifeSll MZ1VTO53 Sh tra t?H iLh v" . . H .. SI &:" s - syi II PP &l EIfiwS H Uyy,'j wn a &Srf 1' j VV X wl? cSa rr a cset ffiasa ers BnC " CO ill SJ S jS var &Zf F?na rfSg m . ' I fl SLi iaJCfi? V 1 ill S5sj."y h'-m.- 1 nos i mroment i - L'O d; n .' trl A K2S E2a wa.rfl fifl v V wa w to The TeE s ? V cKitkic!as32airii( Contestants. Sfc in jS i 9 -- sl v R 1&? vK "fe. mmamm mm - u' w--.i- j. jum.e REE ROWN Record ecice tsailaro AND & Co, RULES and REGULATIONS Governing Candidates lor the Grand Prizes offered by R Bryantsville, Kentucky, each of the Mershaats in connection with AF Lancaster, Kentucky, AND 1 a itral Kecon t The Central Record. Y The M. Central Will give Five Grand Prizes jointly to the five candidates who have received the gieatest number of coupon votes by 4 p. m. September 23rd, 1912 at which lime the contest shall be declared officially closed and all votes polled thereafter void. 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 G p.-and the votes therein counted and the ballot box repealed by a committee of two selected for the purpose by the "contest manager, his selclion 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. 1. 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 thecontest shall be declared officially closed and all votes polled thereafter void. Address all correspondence regarding the contest to Contest Manager. once each month by the contest manAll votes ore ager. Any candidate can get the co;jsent of contest manager nt niiy time to inspect or count the votes. 2. 3. Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. . FIVE GRAND PRIZES. -- Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is nomnated in regular form on one of the coupon ballots, Thecontest manager reserves the right to leject 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. 1st PRIZE. 2nd PRIZE. To the person receiving the highest number of votes, A Krause $350.00 Upright Grand Piano. L' A due bill for $2G0.00 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 .on A to apply as part payment on A Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are obtained froiruany of the following sources; Coupons appearing in the or card issued by or or in any handbill, dodger, form-lette- r .coupons given for trade at the stores. All others shall be declared void and thrown out by the judges. 5. 6. 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. 4th PRIZ& A due bill for $250.00 to apply as Krause $350.00 Piano. 5th PRIZE. A due bill for $230.00 to apply 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 No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be per- mitted to enter the contest. 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 placed in a small envelope. Votes on newspaper subscriptions may he cast personally or by mail. 7. 8. HOW TO GET VOTES 200 votes on each cash purchase of $1.00. 100 votes on each dollar paid on account. 2000 votes on each five dollar merchandise due bill sold. 1000 votes on each $1.00 Jewelry due bill sold. 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 $1.00 jewelry due bill sold. Any candidate can solicit votes in any District they wish. ? ) i Ballot Box At Our Store. Piano On Display March 23rd. Contest Starts March 23rd and Will Close at : FOR : 1,000 : VOTES When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. ' I VOTE FOR. ... In Piano Contest. Ballot Box At Our Store. Piano On Display March 23rd. Contest Starts March 23rd and Will Close at 4 P. M. 4. P. M: September 23rd. September 23rd. THE 1009 Votes on New Suhscri 5FTS?0?? mi FPi WILL GIVE. ON EACH A ' DOLLAR ii TURNED IN RECORD X -- Renewals Or Back Subscriptions. Votes Good at Either of the Stores. Candidates Call and Get Subscription Books. w m ,... ""- - .; tU-- f -w'-g...'- ..- -' jr -- j; f ... V" " .w vr f VAPOR TREATMENT Dandruff And Itching Scalp Yield To Zemo GLORIOUS HAIR. 1 VERIFY IT. , ea The Proof 1$ la Lancaster Almost At For Every Woman Who Wants It. A Depositor a 3 RECEIVING g mill JpWBHMWyt Any woman who neglrcts her hair Why should you continue to exper j Yocr Door And Bronchitis. Garrard Bank and and cannot expect to have as lovely hair as iment with salves, greasy lotions The publ'c statf monL of a Lancaster j Everybody knows that breathing fancy hair dressings trying to rid your the woman who doesn't. citizen is in itself Htrong proof for M a few times a day through the scalp of germ life. They can't do it Trust Company Wash the hair once a week, use PAR little hard rubber pocket inhaler will in because ".they cannot penetrate to the ISIA SAGE daily keep your huir Lancaster pcop!, but confirmation m man odifct a short time drive out catarrh. seat of the trouble and draw the germ brush clean and in a few days you will strengthens Ihc evidence. Here is a Lancaster citizen who Many people regularly use the vapor life to the surface of the scalp and de- give your hair a beautiful lustre that se He the safa: of his years ago thaf l)uun'n Kidney treatment at night in conjunction with stroy it. you will be proud of. e can put tone;. Pills relieved weary. kiilnuvH and now the inhaler, claiming that it hastens reWhy not try a PROVEN REMEDY? PARISIAN SAGE is a most reliable and drafts in for noies states the result was permanent. Can sults. One that will do this. We have a hair tonic: so reliable that R. E. any sufferer from kidney ills ;wk betcollcction.borrow money This is a vapor treatment; Into a remedy tnat will rid tne scalp 01 germ & Son guarantees it to eradibowl three quarters full of boiling life'and-ion acceptab'e security, this way will cure DAND- cate dandruff, stop falling hair and itch ter proof? You can investigate. The case is right at home. water pour a scant teaspoonful of. call on the bank for any SEASON--191- 2 RUFF and ITCHING SCALP. ing scalp, or money back. George Wright, carpenter, Stanford cover head and bowl with towel This remedy is a clean refined You will be entitled to these It should be used as a dressing by St., Lancaster, Ky., says: advice of a final nature. "I willingly and breathe for five minutes the sooth- penetrating scalp tonic that goes right cxiai mnmlifli rf iVa fomiltr Yinrniiaa if 1 flftO courtesies if you have an account there whether it be large ntnlllltM - 4l.n i I ing, healing, antiseptic HYOMEI vapor to the seat of the trouble and drives keeps the scalp clean, prevents hair'"" "' " b. ' ," or small. mill. Try it when using HYOMEI for any the germ life to the surface and de ' iuiui o Jiiuiiuy i ilia. m r riinT rtl VnllnnOi3 T fir rfX is claimed for them. Ixnrv uu mm great suffered a nose or throat ailment. stroys it. bottle 50 cents. k i,i.i HYOMEI is guaranteed by R. E. A shampoo with ZEMO (AFTISEP-TIC- ) You will have no use lor ordinary pre- deal from my kidneys and back. Pains through my loins extended to the sides & Son to put an end to catarrh SOAP and one application of parations after once giving delightful and over the kidneys. I used Dean's or money back. A bottle of HYOMEI ZEMO will entirely rid the scalp of PARISIAN SAGE a trial. Kidney Pills and my kidneys became 1912 at my costs 50 cents; a complete outfit, which dandruff and scurf, Do not hesitate, Will make the season of normal and the pains stopped. "j includes inhaler, $1.00. FLAT WOO I) but get a bottieofZEMO today. It stable. 3J miles from Lancaster, on For sale by all dealers. Price 50 acts on a new principle and wili do ex- Jfe- K I &S25&. n Co., Buffalo, Lawson is very sick at this cents. Jennie Lexington pike, at HUCKKYE. i actly what we claim tor it. writing. New York, sole agents for the United Sold and endorsed By the R. E. Mr. Robt. Green visited lat W. H. States. & Son Drug Store. to Insure a Living Mrs. Mary Dickerson visited relatives fi Remember the name Doan's and Furr Saturday. at Kirksville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller's baby con- - take no other. Colt. Master Kyle Bradshaw is visiting BDENA VISTA tinues very .ill. his grandparents Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Bud Hall is 15i hands high, was sired Hill. W. H. Furr bought 14 acres of land Pride In the Family. Mrs. James Smalley remains quite citizen Tip beard one from Jim Hunt for $250. by Hockaday's Rex Peavine. Rev. Harvey Estes from Georgetown ill at her home near here. Union call another a liar, and looked around College filled the pulpit here Saturday Mr. Arch Skinner left Monday for W. H. Furr sold his farm near to see where he might hide when the 1st dam Nell, sired by Mark Diamond and Sunday. to Joe Smith of Cartersville. Gladstone North Dakota. But there was razors began to fly Diamond's dam was by Peavine Mark s Miss Nancy Tankersley spent week no carving Instead came this prompt Let us show you our bailed Timothy Mrs. George Smith has returned to THE GREAT HUPM0BHE. 2nd dam Mollie, sired by McEIroy,etc and Mixed hay, also feed and seed oats, " "Deed. I is a liah. but Tse & answer: with friends in Madison County. her home near Lexington. Just landed in New York after finishing a journey arouud the due when colt is foaled or Clover, Timothy, Blue and Orchard Hah In man family, and yore Season Miss Myrtle Cormney visited her de onliest Mr. Luther Evans has accepted a Right there family iz Uahs." world a distance of 40000 miles in sixteen months, carrying four pas mare is parted with. Care taken to j Grass'seed. Phone 26 Hudson & Hughes. position sister, Mrs. Ollie. Johnson lrst week. whole as clerk with E. A. Eason. the argument ended. sengers and full touring equipment. You cannot get around this if prevent accidents, but not responsible Mrs. Nora Teater and Miss Agnes Miss Stella Hall will open a selected Miss Alice Mabelle Scott began a you want a GOOD CAR at a moderate price. Two, four and five Miles visited Mrs. L. L. Sanders at should any occur. spring term of school at Lindendale school at Union as soon as the roads w passenger models. Crab Orchard last week. get better. last week. R. C. SCHOOLER, Lancaster, Ky. Rev. A" C. Baird filled his "regular Mrs. Benj McCann of Lexington has INDIGESTION GOES appointment at Good Hope Saturday !Vi been visitsng her daughter Mrs. Hugh and Sunday. Sourness, Heaviness, Belching and Stonr Christopher. Hortense Cavalla, was known as the Mr. and Mrs. Mose Lawson, and Mr, Mrs. Bessie lson who has been in and Mrs. J. D. Miller attended TOO MUCH LOVE ach Distress Quickly Fades Away. the most beautiful woman in Europe. Ohio for some time, arrived last week funeral of Mrs Geo. Lawson of Stan It was common knowledge that a Too much love for fun, frolic and Magical is what you need to visit the family of S. N. Ison, prince of the royal blood, heir to the ford last week. rich food causes stomach, liver, kid- for any disturbed condition of the stomWilliam bcott Jr., who was so serney and nervous troubles. Other After an illeess of IS months of con- throne of one of the oldest European iously injured at Bryantsville by fall remedies help you but DENN'S ach. countries was so enamored with her stomach tablets will drive ing from his house is recovering nicely sumption, Henry Miller, a son of Mr. SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures and Mrs Joe Miller, age about 23, pas charms, that he had repeatedly offered you. Our discoverer, ten years a all the poisonous gases from your stomMr. Joe Skinner has returned from sed away Sunday, March 3rd. His to marry her and relinquish his king miserable sufferer with the above ach and make your stomach strong Lancaster where he was assisting Mr, remains were laid to rest in the bury dom. troubles, and RHEUMATISM for enough to" digest any food. She was the er.vy and despair of all years, was cured in one week. To new ing grounds at J . ri. rayns. He was win For any ailment caused by weak store uicKerson in opening his prove our remedy, while they last, the ladies of the court as the men had there. a faithful member of the Baptist stomach such as sick headache, dizziregular size bottles only 25c at eyes for no one but her in her presence. Dr. Cheek of Danville, filled the pul- church. ness, nervousness, lack of efficiency, And while her figure and feature were Stormes Drug Store. pit at the Presbyterian church Sunday that tired all in feeling, sleeplessness, beautiful it was the surpassing lovelihad dreams or bad stomach the morn- morning. He was accompanied here PURE BRED FOWLS FAVORED ness of her complexion which was Office Phone 18. her Home Phone 33. Lancaster, ing after too much drinking for all by Mrs. Cheekr greatest charm. They Will Realize Good Profits If Let us show you our bailed Timothy these ailments nothing on earth can Het skin was as white as alabaster, Properly Cared For Interesting surpass Large bo for 50 and Mixed hay, also feed and seed oats, smooth and velvety of texture and her Work for Farmer. cents at R. E. McRobcrts & Son and Clover, Timothy, Blue and Orchard color rich and warm, Grass seed. Phone 26 Hudson & Hughes druggests everywhere. If. in writing on the old, old subject Misses Nancy Mae Ison who has been of the advantages of raising pure-breNo Greasy Face Cream For Her teaching in Trimble county has closed fowls I can influence even one farmer TEATERSVILLE. OF LANCASTER. her school there and after a few days of the southern or eastern territory to What Did She Use? discard the old flocks and in its place Mr. Curt Pierce is sick at this writ- with relatives here went Saturday to Capital open school this week near McGreary, raise stock which will be a credit to That was the question so many peoing. himself and the section of the country ple were dying to know. Cavalla William Christopher Jr., and Miss in which he lives, I will indeed feel Mrs. Charlie Cotten was in Richmond A. R. DENNY, President. Tillie Walton drove toBurgin last Wed that I have not wasted time and space, would not tell and others could not tell Thursday. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. nesday where they were .united in mar says a writer in the Atlantic Poultry the secret, because they did not know. Mr. E. B. Ray spent the latter part Just how a certain Chemist discoverS. C. DENNY, Cashier. riage by Rev. Simpson. After the Journal. of the week with home folks. stability ed her secret would make an interestceremony they left for a few days stay There is no doubt as to the r. J. P. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, Mrs. N. K. Bogie who has Tjeen ill in Louisville, congratulations to the of the poultry industry. The tendency ing story alone, one we have not the for several days is some better. in all of the large cities Is toward su- space to tell; suffice it to say that happy couple. burban homes and the pursuit of rus money could not buy her famous recipe Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Mrs. T. 0. Hill and daughter was the tic labors as a pastime. Poultry forms and one of the conditions was that it guest of Mrs, J. T. Hill, Friday. Kills A Murderer. one of the most pleasant diversions should never be sold in Europe where WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Mrs, Walker Bradshaw and children for these small farmers, and the initial her envious rivals could obtain it. A merciless murderer is Appendicitis spent last week with her parents Mr. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. stock must constantly be supplied. with many victims, but Dr. King's 31. Any man who produces birds good Residence Phone and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Office Phone Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Simpson and New Life Pills kill it by prevention. enough to take premiums at the fall daughter Jaunldi spent Sunday with They gently stimulate stomach, liver and winter shows and then advertises LANCASTER. KY. and bowels, preventing that clogging eggs and stock for sale, will meet with Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker. that invites appendicitis, curing Con little difficulty in disposing of them. Mrs. Bessie Emmons was the guest stipation, Headache, Any business, by careful attention Billiousness, Chills of her parents Mr. and Mrs. "Charlie 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. and intelligent management can --be lm The Siloron Mf 'g Co. has been orgaCotten Saturday and Sunday. made successful and the poultry in nized to manufacture her-- famous re dustry is no exception. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cotten have been Mt. Hebron With a little careful reading any cipe and they have termed it after the visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cotten. "ALABAS-TROL- ." "farmer can learn how to improve his properties it possesses, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grow spent stock and profits, and he will soon Miss Lavina Montgomery remains .Sunday with Mr. Tompson Sebastain. find that poultry raising Is a very in The story told above is true in every quite sick. teresting part of the farm work, as particular with the single exception of Messrs Frank and Isaac Montgomery well as one which amply repays for the famous European Beauty's name as left last week for Bloomington, 111. A Fierce Night Alarm. the amount of labor and money ex she does not want newspaper notoriety. Miss Inez Hamm has returned from pended. Alabastroh is something entirely new; s the hoarse, startling cough of a child a weeks visit to her The slow steady growth of a flock sister's at Danville. to be desired than" not a face powder, neither a lotion, suddenly attacked by croup. Often it of poultry is more Miss Edith Montgomery will begin a large investment in fancy stock nor a Cream. aroused Lewis Chamblin of Manchester school at Bourne March 18th, without previous experience. Study Yet possesses the properties of all to 0.,(R. R. No 2) for their four children a select just what line of the poultry business a more intense degree accomplishing Several from here attended the b were greatly subjected to croup. "Some sale at Bryantsville Saturday is best suited to your local environ far better results in a shorter space of times in,severe attacks," he wrote .'we ment and then set to work and see time. iW. TMG were afraid they would die, but since afternoon. what can be done with the proposi Why use face creams if you only offMr. Wesley Mayfield of Lexington we proved what a certain remedy Dr. L set their beneficial properties a momspent a few days with friends in this King's New Discovery is, we have no ""' ent later through the application of fear. We rely on it for croup and for locality last week We tellyouhow. and pay best market skin drying face powders of often prices. We are dealers; established coughs, colds or any throat or luug Let us show you our bailed Timothy in 1836; andean do BETTER for you doubtful origin? Powders blow off, thpn agents or commission mertrouble." So do thousands of .others, and Mixed hay, also feed and seed oats, soil your clothes and give your face a chants. References any bank in Clover, Timothy, Blue and orchard So may you. Asthma, Hay Fever. Write for weekly price list. chafed appearance at once indicating Whooping Cough, Hemorrhag- Grass seed. Phone 26 Hudson & Hughes M. SABEL & SONS their use. & 33 E. Market St, LOUISVILLE, es-fly before it, 50c and $1.00 Trial Mr. Robert Sherrow was unfortu Dealers in FURS, HI0E5, WOOL. Tis not so with Alabastrol, it is rubbottle free. Sold by R. E. McRoberts nate enough to lose a mare last- - week bed into the skin much as you would a & Son. lm this being the second this winter cream (only after its use you won't need any creams) and in a few seconds the beneficial and essential oils are absorbed by the skin and presto For Catarrh, Colds, Cough, Sore Throat Treatment JSJSgJ&liilfl M-- SriBSvY Te HY-OM- EI ai-ts- ? a-tifi- ed rts SY-OM- EI - VI 1 I BUD HALL. titt ""' . - . ri v Mc-Robe- The Garrard 8a &Tru Foster-Milbur- B1(S WBIiilWB l v TO Mc-Robe- rts $15.00 ??SiBfeHiHi HImJCESsEum&JI r dark-skinne- d i i i M m The Secret Is Out. Stormes Automobile Agency. .MI-S-N- A MI-O-N- W. O. A Riney Ky. Funeral Director and Embalmer. MI-O-N- d THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Book-Keepe- J She Used A Face Retenoid HORSE HI JACK TrA" MONEVW ,, wz Hal-com- CARDS. 4: FURS Iju-isvill- 0K e. La-Grip- 2Z7-29-- ICY. FOR - Now Note The Skin High Class Stationery! SUCH AS - Visiting Cards, Announcements, Monogram Paper, Embossed i Letter Heads and . Envelopes. ; SEE . THE CENTRAL RE6QRI . -- Ask For Samples. I 3 K. Not oily or greasy appearing, but a dull velvety looking smooth surface will be reflected to you from your mirror a truly alabaster like effect and what is more will remain that way for hours and no one will be able to detect its use Rock, We do not claim that all can possess the beauty of Cavalla but we do claim tion. A mongrel hen might, in an oc casional instance, lay as many eggs as' that any one may "obtajn abeautiful ope that Is pure-brebut the flock complexion by using Alabastrol. Now remember our claims are not will not live up to the standard set by fowls. the pure-brethe origination of a ferlije mind as the Siloron Mf 'f Co. is incorporated under Pure Breeds. the laws of the State of Colorado and We' keep- -' all the way from 150 to that Alabastrol is guaranteed under the 250 chickens, divided into six flocks. U. S, Pure Food & Drug Act to contain W prefer a pure breed to a cross of nothing but the purest ingredients, mongrels, says a writer In an ex- and is manufactured under modern and change. There is more money in hygienic methods. them, and a flock uniform In color adds very much to the appearance of Alabastrol is healing and antiseptic a farm. Our breeds are Buff Plymouth in effeet, and though it has been on the market but a short time everyone Rocks and White Leghorns. who has used it says it is "The Most A Convenient Roost. Perfect Complexion geautifier and scantling, Mail OrUers from all over the country 'A "good roost Is a' 2x4 two placed broadside over are pouring In. boards. These two boardB form, a We send "Alabastrol" in plain wrapplatform which catch the droppings, per to any address in the U. S. on reand these are worth from 75 cents to ceipt of 50 Cent Silver. a dollar a barrel. Do cot place the roosta tod .high, for the hens will TkeSUwreig.1: jump, and In so doing will have leg . weakness or perhaps bumblefoot, White-Plymouth d; Have Your cards Made d Early. We are better prepared than' eTer before. GIVE US A CALL. 12-inc- h The Genital INCORPORATED. Record.' V, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, j- ix "V . - ' t' i r i1 " -- " . .... - " S5 'iJT: I m , H AN OPPORTUNITY FOR ...... EARLY i I 1 YMIR nfr SPRING - Our White Goods Stocks consisting of Linens, Nainsooks, Long Cloths, Embroideries of air sorts, as well as Laces in Vals, Clunies and Baby Irish Effects, are on display. We direct your attention to advance - SEWING WHILE - THE - SNOW LASTS. I I I I JSS in Foot-Wea- r. See Window Display. Our Ready-to-we- 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 White Goods. ar s. " OHliSllJEilJffilMMSr Creamery - FOR - The Joseph Mercantile Company, FARM 1 BEES The Style Leaders. Ladies Exclusive Outfitters." ! I j I ng i ' : GO TO THE MMMMMiM-& - week for a business stay days. Mr. W. j rT izi airu . i ii . k MMMuanM nil. ip ; I I 1 1 Gossip About People vg ve HOGWALLOW DOINGS (HO GWALLOW KENTUCKIAN. ) J. Romans is in Cincinnati A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested in. this week on business. At this writing the condition of Mrs. S. G. Haselden shows some improvement. Miss Allie Hendren visited relatives in Kirksville the latter part of last AND Tobe Mosely says rabbits will never amount to anything as 'long as they change locations so often. ington. Miss Miss Al Anderson is visiting in Lex- week. ill COAL I B Stanford. Letty Mrs. James Clark is reported very of pneumonia at her home in the McRoberts is visiting in county. 1 1 "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige t Cannel." Each the best in its Class. s B I I S H. V. s 1 BASTIN. 1 gflrgHTaJliMiBirHJnHlMi "SJHHMlpTfilMfSUfSID WINTER TOURIST TICKETS I FLORID ON SALE DAIL.Y VIA .TO AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY DINING CARS SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE LIGHTED GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FOR FULL PARTICULARS, CALL OH ANY TICKET ACENT, QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, OB WHITE dte H. KINO, Pauenccr and Ticket Agent, 101 E. Main St, LEXINGTON, KY. II B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1883. i e Citizens National -- Bank Book-Keepe- OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITA!, $50,000. W. O. RlGNEY, SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. Business Solicited. J. Prompt Attention. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. fiE! tLEI m LILLY" . It is easy 'for the housewife when she makes bread from the products of the Garrard jjji Milling Co. SMdirfM Lancaster, Kentucky. HSlirOTjiafas W'U. VW' , Miss Agnes Miles has been in Crab Orchard for a short visit to Mrs. L. L. Sanders. Mrs. S. G. Haselden is reported quite Miss Susie Brashear has been in sick of rheumatism. Cynthiana with her sister Miss Mdrtha Mr. John Bright and family will leave - grasnear soon to reside in californa. Miss Jennie Lackey's many friends Mr. A. H. Bastin was in Louisville will regret to hear she is somewhat Saturday for a business trip. indisposed. Mrs. Kidd, of Liberty is 'nere the Mrs. Nancy McKinney and Miss guests of Mrs. Carlton Elkin. Mattie McKinney are in Lincoln county ' . Mr. W. B. Burton left Saturday for for a visit. C. a business trip to Wilson N. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ashley of Cincinnati are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Wm. Hays of Stanford is visitL. J. Sanford. ing Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beazley. Dr. W. L. Carman and Harry Fran Miss Bessie and Willie AVilkerson cis of Paint Lick were visitors in LanSunday. were visitors in Stanford caster Sunday. Mrs. T. J. Price has returned from Miss Hallie Brown has been the rea pleasant stay in Tallahassee Flor. cent guest of Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Mrs. Sarah Maret of Shelbyville is visBrown of Stanford. iting her sister Mrs. J. A. Adams. Gate and Convenient Lanes. The Chautauqua Circle will meet Mrs. J. M. Farra left Friday for a and Saturday afternoon at the home of that serve as hinges may slip up gate down as wanted. If we wish the stay with her husband in Frankfort. ' Mrs. B. F. Hudson. raised a little to get the pigs under Mrs. J. H. Ballard is in NichDlasville and keep the large hogs hack, all we for a visit to her mother Mrs. Elder. have to do is to raise up the gate RESOLUTIONS and put the pin in one of the holes Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Batson left Monjust below the band. day for several days stay in Chicago. Adopted By The Colored Baptist Church Mrs. Wm. Burnette and daughter, BEES AND FRUIT TOGETHER Cassie May are in Louisville for a visit. In Appreciation of the Fairness and JusMrs. Martha Terrill of Richmond is Few Stands of Little Honey Gatherers tice Of The Various Decisions here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leavell Will Add Materially to Profits in The Present Session of of Orchard. Miss Ella Dunn of Danville has been the recent guest of Mrs. R. M. RobinThe Garrard Circuit The ideal fruit farm, with its orson. chards of apples, cherries, pears and Court. Mr. O. U. Terrill of Jenkins was the plums, its shade trees and its gardens, is hardly complete without at recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Givens Since we the colored citizens of the least a few stands of bees. Properly Terrill. colored Baptist church Lancaster are managed they will "not only add to Miss Margaret Shugars of Richmond deeply appreciated of the sense of justhe profits of their owner, hut supis with Misses Bertha and Bettie Walk- tice and fairness that guided various ply his table with an abundance of the er Burnside. decisions. Be it resolved first that we most luxurious of all delicacies-- and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Denman of desire to give public expression to our add materially to the fertility of his Nicholasville were guests of Mr. and appreciation of said decisions and our berries and fruits by the habits that these insects posMrs. Alex West. much allenged admiration for the men sess, writes D. W. Otis in the NorthMiss Tommie Francis has returned who ablv fearlessly and conscientiously west Farmstead. from a visit to her niece Miss Edna defended the majesty of the law in the This important feature, however, is cause of civic righteousness irrespective generally omitted, or carried on in Ballew of Richmond. of race color or previous conditions of way as to result in very little Mr. R. L. Walker who has been in servitude. Be it resolved secondly that such a profit and a great deal of trouble; Cincinnati under treatment is with his we feel our duty and happy privilige antl usually it results in failure in the sister Mrs. W. 0. Rigney. thus to speak and realize the imputa- end; and this in face of the fact that Miss Bettie West is at home after a tion in curred by those men who were it might easily be made one of the pleasant visit to Mr. and Mrs. Millard so insistent upon vindicating the claims most profitable and fascinating of the from men of less candid and generous fruit grower's occupations. F. West in Washington City. mold and whose visions of duty are Hon. Henry Jackson, county attorney warped and obscured by a biased and SAFEGUARD FOR A BEE HIVE of Boyle county was in Lancaster the morbid judjment and to our beloved first of the week on Legal business. circuit Judge C. A. Hardin of Harrods Wire Cloth Cage on Light Wooden Mr. G. S, Greenleaf, H. Clay Kauff-ma- n burg Ky, have God to order all thy Frame as Illustrated Will Prove and sister Miss Frankye were in ways and hope in him the evil days thy Effective. Richmond for the 'funeral of Mrs. John all sufficient strength and guide. Who light E. Greenleaf. trust in God unchanging love, Build on enThe wire cloth cage on aonly awoodgood frame as shown is not Mrs. T. J. Price made a short stay the rock that naught can move sing, swarm catcher, but useful also as a with Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Price of pray and serve not from his ways But protector from the robbers, says the do thine own part faithfully . Trust his Stanford upon her return from rich promises of Grace. So shall they Florida. be fullfilled in the worthy judge God Mr. and Mrs. Powell Duncan of yet forsake at need. The soul Nicholasville have been called here by never that trusted Him indeed. We pray you the critical illness of their daughter, will live long on the earth and your Mrs. S. G. Haselden. last day the best. Toour own much Mrs. E. L. Owsley is in Orlanda, beloved County Attorney Hon. Joe IS. Florida, for a month's stay with Mrs. Robinson District Attorney Sams Ows'"TSBKSwa flC5eAKiZ5K-if-" Belle Burdette and from there she ley and. Mr. Birch County Attorney of will go to New York by steamer .for a Lincoln May God make each of the twivisit to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Letch- light of your lives as soft and tranquil Effective Swarm Catcher. er. if not so bright as its radiant moon may Orange Judd Farmer. For the latter Owing to the weather the Mary he "make each of your last days your purpose it is kept over the hive overWalker Price Chapter of the U. D. C. best days and the end better than the night and the robbers destroyed in did not meet Monday afternoon but begining. Oh fear not in a world like the morning. will meet this coming Monday, March this' and thou shalt knowere long know how subline a thing it is to suffer and 18th, at the home of Miss Jane Doty. Selecting Fertilizers. be strong. This March 12th 1912 ComThousands of dollars are wasted in n Mr. and Mrs. Dock Hendren Mr. every year, not Kirk and bride (nee Miss Mollie mittee Rev. Robert T, Bailey M. D. commercial fertilizer Is not all right, Pastor of colored Baptist .church, Chair because .the- fertilizer visiMcWhorter) of Paint, Lick were but because we do noUknow whether tors of Mrs. W. SCarrier "Saturday Rev. Joseph N. BurnsTrincipal colored the, kind we use is the kind our land . Public school, Lancaster Ky. and Sunday. and one needs. It Is a great-stud- y that we must make for ourselves. Misses Margaret and Joan Mount John White & Co 'jtfflRkiu Make some simple experiments this rwere honor guests at'a bridge party by LOUISVILLE, KY. year. Put In a strip with fertilizer of-- Covington; JCstriasfced 1837-K!g- h 'Mrs. Martha Durrett you have been in the habit of using, Market prlGO part T. Morrow also compliment Mrs. Edwin and just beside it another without it ed them by giving, a Bridge party in K FURS This will be worth a great deal .more Hd HIDES. their honor. to you than the opinion, of some In1' J.- Ev Stormes was in Louisville this WOOL terested agent; COMMIMION Mr. A. W. Kavanaugh was in Richmond Wednesday. I ; pollen-distributin- Dock Hocks, during his leisure moments yesterday, was wondering what Daniel Boone done for chewing tobacco. Sidney Hocks has traded a calf for GATE AND CONVENIENT LANES a cider mill, and until the apple season opens he will use it to crack hickoArrangement Shown tn Illustration ry nute. Permits Farmer to Drive Little The Mail Carrier came in during the Pigs Underneath. snow storm Wednesday. He looked (By It. G. WEATHERSTONE.) considerably older, his whiskers being In changing our farm gates and white with snow. building fences, we should look ahead Fib Smith is confined in jail at Tick-villfor advantages and disadvantages He has bought himself a bottle that may come up later on. This post that the gcte hangs to of patent medicine, and hopes to be is round, so that the bands of iron able to be out in a few days. Washington's Qftthday was observed at the Postoffice Thursday by everybody telling the truth. The day passed off quietly with very few words. Since he has read an article about what terrible things flies are Tobe Mosley has decided not to let a one come on his premises next summer. e. " heard while over at Luke Mathewsla's that Luke's wife had heard that Isaac Hellwanger was telling it around his neighbors that Jefferson and his wife had a falling out and a family racket a few nights ago. Those who have mentioned it don't want anything further said about it. Ellick Hellwanger is one of the shrewdest hunters since the days of Davy CracketL He spends most of his time sitting on the rail fence running alongside the road just east of Hogwallow. He sits with his back to the road and his gun across his lap. from all appearences he is paying no attention to things passing along the road.fcut the minute a rabbit comes down the road he turns around right suddenly and shoots it. Pot-loc- ks Has Million Of Frie&ds. How would you like to number your friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica Salve does? Its astounding cures in the past forty years made them. Its the best Salve in the world for sores, ulcers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts, corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings, bruises, cold sores. Has no equal for 25c at R. E. McRoberts. lm Wash Hocks has discovered a new sink hole on his farm. He will furnish I Y0UUFINDIT1NTHJSC0UM it with a chair and use it as a hiding -- fim place from insurance agents and of- v.. D For Sale Two male hogs. RegisThe Editor of the Tickville Tidings tered Duroc Jersey. Phone 151. s, has ordered a lot of commas and Mrs Rebecca West, Lancaster, Ky. as a good many of his subscribFor Sale One tb,ree H. P. steam ers object to reading all the whole paEngine in good condition. Apply at per without stopping. per-od- ficers. office. Gimlet Creek was out of its banks this Money to loan on real estate security. yesterday, and covered a considerable H. Clay Kauffman, GnL, for W. P. portion of Poke Eazley's farm. Some damage will be the result, and he will Lakes. bring suit if he can find out who is to blame. Sim Flinder went to hear the Hog Ford preacher last Sunday. Sim is a strong Methodist but thought he would go over to see if the Baptists had found any new arguments as to why their religion was the best. Raz Barlow has ordered himself a derby from Chicago. It is expected to arrive at Tickville tomorrow, and will be brought in by the Mail Carrier on hi3 next trip. Until the new one arrives Raz will continue to wear his old one. Slim Pickens has secured the job of putting wood in the furnace at the saw mill on upper Gander Creek. Nothing but fire wood is sawed there and Slim says it keeps him busy putting it in the furnace as fast as it is sawed. For Sale good work horses. Three Herndon & Walker. Wanted 1,000 lbs. of shoulder or ham meat. Cash or trade. D. White Marsee. Just received a car load of Red Ash Jellico coal which I will sell out at 14c on car or 15c delivered also other good grades of coal, such as Rex, Ida May, etc, Prompt delivery. H. B. Northcott. 2t. g 1 For Sale. One Concrete Block Ma- Talla-Tasse- e, Frisbie Hancock took down his range musket the other morning and fired at random. After passing through the Wild Onion school house the bullet was stopped in the road two miles beyond Bye Straw by the Deputy Constable. Miss Hostetter Hocks has gone to the Dog Hill Grave Yard to get "atmosphere" for a serious article she is preparing to write for "George Washington. It will be read to the Wild Onion school children. She will read chine, porch outfit, fence post moulds, etc absolutely new. Will sell cheap if sold at once. Moores A. J long' Rucker, Lexington, Ky. Care of Fayette National Bank. The LAYERS AND 1 it aloud. The Postmaster has warned Cricket Hocks that the government is kicking on account of his moving from one place to another so much, and causing S. C. Buff Orpington. Engh'sh Salhis mail to be forwared. They say lose several cents on every letter mon Faveralle $2.00 per 15 or $5. per 50 they Indian Runner Ducks that lay the written by Cricket. PAYERS 6t 1 Le-ba- - - pearly white eggs, $1.00 per 13. Fiddling Band conMRS. S. J. EMBRY, Jr. tinues to persecute its enimes by serenading them from ambush. YesStanford, Ky. terday Raz Barlow was seen cultivating the aexuaintance of Jsaac dawy. Raz is leader of the band and makes friends wherever he goes with the dogs. The photographer that has set up for business at Boundling Billows took a picture of the Two Twins , of the Calf Ribs neighborhood Tuesday morning. To save money the Twins had Fills Every RequiremeBt. only one of themselves made instructing their friends to merely look at it TRY IT and SAVE MONEY. twice when they wanted to see both of v them. Every Load Guaranteed to Please Sidney Hocks told it at the blacksmith shop yesterday that Poke Eas-le- y had told him that his wife had The Excelsion Hell-wanger's Coal H. C. Black Star BAILEY, N I jr4 OwK'-iSoi.- . ' Tf. J&?.-2S3L- . -- a I 000OOOOJoooooooioBOoooeoO0' ONE WEEK U I rAKJllGKO LULU UN 0090 I TT POULTRY e. LIVE STOCK karWOfieSi1-- ' 0 Teach the colt to. draw loads by degrees. Gentleness pays best with the colt or horse. It Is dangerous to feed millet to the brood mare. Wet the hay and not the oats for a coughing horse. Always approach, a strange horse at the shoulder. Stop at the top of the hill and let your horse get breath. Use few words with. & horse, but have them understood. A draft horse should have a large chest and square shoulders. There is no better place to fit a colt for market than on the farm. A horse that is trained without blinds is usually the safer horse. Match horses with reference to size and motion particularly; to color If -- NOTICE r Turnpike Roads in Garrard County, Kentucky, ooooooooocooooooooooooooooo ONLY BEGINNING ripaco below this heading is for tne exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for tbe sale of stock, grain aud such things on farm as the farmer cunnot afford to adrer-tlaNo notice will be accepted over four lines, anil will be only in '.wo issues of the Record, free of charge E BIDS WAITED Where For Sale Good Jersey cow and calf, T. D. Chestnut. Ky, CRATE TO Work-Shoul- d FATTEN POULTRY Be- ARE YOU GOING? I arn going to the Three Chair Shop Bids will be received by Fiscal Court to get my Face and Head Changed of Garrard county, on APRIL 5th, 1912 where you don't have te wait a minute. Richmond Street. for repairing the following Where Coy Sanders, Stone, wants to MOKDAT. MARCH 7-- Special unheard of prices on Good Year Wing 8 Rubber Tires,$ 2. per set. Also special prices on Firestone & Kelly Tires,this.week We can show you the largest line of hand Buggies ever shown in Danville, also a nice line Mes, We have about 75 jobs on our floor at present. ft, k Boai Wapns Sparkling Eyes. Nors'e-manty- R. M; Arnold, Danville, Kentucky. b v b r I 1 II II b I for the year ending December 30, 1912. Fowls should be fattened at least Mr. W. T. Doolin of Marksbury has Quarries will be furnished by the four weeks before they are killed, not 2 percheon mares for sale. county on sections where county owns to make them as fat as possible, but quarries; where none is owned by counSome nice young mules to give them the right proportion of For Sale: ty, contractor must furnish .same- - Said fat and lean to make the fowls fat broke. Denny Bros, Phone 360. A. metal shall be broken sufficiently fine to and juicy when cooked. pass through a two inch ring at its shown herewith The fattenlng-cratMr. W. L. Grow sold to Mr. Harrison greatest dfameter. Said metal shall be is 6 feet long, 16 inches wide, 18 inches you can. Dean a bunch of shoats at $4 per head. high and divided into three equal- you find it necessary to change spread by contractor between If For Sale: 5 good hemp breaks, Bnr-detthe horse's feed cut the amount down make. R. R. for a time. DeKy. Be careful about feeding horses Inclined to heaves, too much hay, or hay Mr. A. S. Dean bought of Mr. Eddl that is dusty. Bms "Mi1 s' 1912. 'rB2 Great care should be used in waGrow a pair .of unbroke mules price I K22 EE tering the horses. A little and often $225. unless otherwise ordered by Supervisor is the best way. One of the chief advantages of feed- having charge of work, and the breakW. 0. Rigney purchased a nice hearse ing live stockon the farm is the main- ing, measuring and spreading of said horse of R. M. Poor of Buena Vista metal shall be under supervision of tenance of soil fertility. for $200. The shoe should fit the foot. Don't supervisor or deputy supervisor of dis1 Crate for Fattening Poultry. let the blacksmith, cut the bars or trict for which the work is done. Said Pure bred White Orpington and Ringturnpike roads are laid off as follows. let Bard Plymouth Rock eggs for sale sized compartments, each holding frogs to make the foot fit the shoe. Satisfactory results were obtained t: at $1.50 per" setting. Mrs. S. A. Maret from four to six birds, as the case last year at the Kansas Agricultural Shelbyville, Ky, R. F. D. No. 7. may be. District Fol, Sec. 1 Stanford pike college from the use of Kafir as silage. The slats or laths are 1 inches from Lancaster to county line with Mr. Tailor Rainey sold 20 acres of wide, placed one and a half inches rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexinirton nike from land, located on Danville pike about 2 apart at the ends, sides and tops of Lancaster to Fork church with rock. miles from town to Walton Moss, at the crate, hut those in front are placed Sec. No. 3, Sugar creek pike, entire vertically two inches apart. made $127.50 per acre. J pike with rock. Sec. No. 1, Buckeye T3 The floor of the crate is made of pike from Lancaster to McCreary with Let us show you our bailed Timothy slats laid lengthwise, one inch apart, of and mixed Young chicks may be kepi dry and rock. Sec. No. 5. Crab Orchard pike space on either h leaving a Hay, also feed and seed oats, from Lat.caster to O. B. Perkin's spring Clover, Timothy, Blue and orchard side between the .first lath and the warm. The early broilers always command with rock. Sec. No. 6, Old Danville sides of the crate. The crate should grass seed. Phone 26 Hudson & Hughes. stand on short legs or trestles, to the best market. pike from double toll gate to Dix River Little chicks will not thrive if pen- with gravel. Sec, No. 7, New Danville allow convenience in cleaning. The trough is made the full length ned in a small enclosure. A hen needs nearly seven times pike from double toll gate to Dix River j of the crate and should be three or with gravel. four inches deep. It is supported at more fresh air in proportion to her District No. 2, Sec. No. 1; Lexington A STORY either end on notched boards, in order size than does the horse. Selecting the hens according to pike from Fork church to Dix River that it may be taken away when the' their laying qualities is to some poul- and C. M. Jenkins, residence with rock. Many otherwise beautiful women coops are cleaned. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from C. M. Never leave the feed before the trymen a- hard proposition. have been neglected by nature with Any one keeping .poultry must, of Jenkins to Kentucky river bridge with chickens more than 15 minutes, and a lack-o- f glossy, lustrous, dark Eyefeed very little at the start, gradually course, have houses to protect them rock. Sec. No. 2, Bryantsville and brows: many Blonders of True increasing the amount until the end from cold or stormy weather. Sugar Creek pike, entire pike with rock with beautiful eyes 'cannot of .the week they are getting all they Fowls intended for market should Sec. No. 4. Bryantsville and Cane Run show them off to an advantage through can eat three times a day. be cooped for a week or two and fed pike entire pike with rock. Sec No. 5, lack of dark, heavy, lustrous eyebrows. Some rations for fattening are gfven all the rich food they will eat. Fine gravel is not the proper grit Buena Vista and Kentucky River pike, To meet a universal and pupular below: Equal parts by weight of finely for poultry. They want a sharp mate- entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 6 from demand among the fair sex we have grind their food. C. Poindexter's shop to I. M. Dunn's after' much experimenting produced a ground corn, oqts and shorts, mixed rial with which to The incubator should be located In gate with rock. with sour skimmed milk. compound termed "DABRO" consistsubstitute. a room where the temperature does Same ration, except District No. 3, Sec. No. 1, Buckeye ing of harmless Organic Substances, ground barley not vary much during the day or pike from McCreary to Buckeye post for Essential Oils, Balsame, etc., yielding Finely ground oats mixed with night. " by our process a stiff emulsion which skimmed milk. Eggs will become fertile in from office, with rock. Sec. No. 2, Buckeye pike from Buckeye post office to Stotts will stimulate growth of the eyebrows Equal parts of finely ground oats, four to six days after mating. The effect of mating will continue several store with rock. Sec. No. 3, From flour. If and darken them to the, desired shade. corn and e te Fox-Marksburry, buy 2 tons of hay. Be Done Four Weeks fore Killed to Get Right Proportion of Fat and Lean. HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. . W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. r Residence Phone 220. October 14th and J.W.SWEENEY LIVERY, 1 ill! BilliGZM1!131! III' C I cember 30th, FEED and SALE .STABLE. Stanford Street. KENTUCKY. LANCASTER. 8 Office over Once Hoars a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store B- - !E Phone 65. W.ajlt;k:r. DKNTIST. Lancaster. Ky. -- V to-wi- PoultpyNotes kSfob. egU ITd. Office over F. O. T1NSLEY, PHONE .t-J. 1 County Surveyor. Hurt a furniture store. one-Inc- Lancaster, Kentucky - B. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician GIade fritted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. pe Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. Fall boars and gilts for sale. the-cor- n. J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. ir DB.W111.BUSKETT PhYsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Re.siiifi' Phocp 75. OmYe Phone 6 low-grad- e beef-scra- II Harmful EyebrowPencil. Should be discarded as they only tend to envelope your hair with a film of greasy matter, preventing access of fresh air and thus to your detriment serve the opposite purpose for which you had intended them namely, beau tifying yourself." A more modern, absolutely harmless, hygienic and effective medium is. 11101 -- fl a f We have made arrangements with the Louisville Evening Post, whereby we can give you "Dabro" 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 Dabro will do what we claim for it if used as directed or we will cheerfully refund your money. Dabro will be sent in plain wrapper to any address in the U. S. upon receip of 50 cents in sijver. Guaranteed under U. S. Pure Food and Drug Act. THE SILORON MFG. CO. - It will not The Central FOR ONE TEAR and , Record the Louisville Evening Post From NOW Until November the 10th, 1912. BOTH For The Small SUM Of PUEBLO, COLORADO. a"re used, 15 per cent- - is the months. It is necessary to feed the breedbest propoition. ing ducks liberally, yet at the same time feed so as to keep them active LEGHORNS ARE BEST LAYERS and healthy. Poultry houses which have cracks None Other Found So Strong and in their sides or leaky roofs should be Hardy and Consequently .Easy for covered with some kind of prepared Poultrymen to Raise. roofing on both roof and sides. Chicks sheltered from the weather Leghorns live and are profitable and given plenty of good water will longer than other, breeds. Large hens find much of their feed, and prove the put on fat after tbe first year and do most profitable crop on the farm. not lay so well afterward. Leghorns Remember that the early broods lay well until four or five years old must at all times have a dry place and a Leghorn on free range will never and room to exercise when the weath get "fat enough to hinder" her laying. er win not permit tnem to go outLike all other fbwls they are at their doors. best during the first and second years of their lives, but as long as a Leghorn hen looks bright and thrifty she Diplomacy. will lay profitably, says a writer in an A North Dakota German former aa exchange. This in a great measure plring to fill an appointive office wantoffsets the fact that their bodies are ed to keep on good terms with both too small to sell well as dressed poul- parties. At ten on election night the try, however the buyers here pay as result was still uncertain when he was much per pound for them &s for any. called upon for a speech. "Ve meets.' They are accused of not laying as he said, "to zelehrate dls glorious well during the winter as the larger vlgtory. Ve knows not yet vlch vay hens. If the houses" are cold enough it goes. Hurra! Hurra! Hurra!" d Success Magazine. to frost the combs of the varieties they will not lay until their combs are healed. They hard- smgle-combe- Stott's store to Kentucky river with L I rock. Sec. No. 4, Poor Ridge pike from Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill school house, with rock. Sec. No. 5, Poor ridge pike from Pleasant Hill t school house to Scotts Fork church, with rock. Sec, No. 6, Poor ridee Dike from Scotts Fork church to Kentucky river, with rock. Sec. No. 7. Kirks -ville pike from Hyattsville to top of West Hill, East of H. West residence, with rock. Sec. No. 8, from top of West hill to Madison line with gravel. District No 4, Sec. No. 1, Richmond pike from Lancaster to Goodloe's gate with rock, Sec," No. 2, From Good- H. J. PATRICK, Dentist All Work Guaranteed. Kentucky. Paint Lick, $2.25 New Phones. Arnold; Henry Burnett & Elliott. . 310-Burnside, Robt 392-Burton, RL 337-- H But She Bagged One. Mr. Blnks (after an absence) "And bo you shot a burglar while here and Store. Office Res. Res. 6 unprotected. You are a brave little woman. What became of him?" Mrs. Binks "The other burglar carried ch him off." Mr. other lyirglar?" Mrs. Binks "The one 1 Binks--"Whi- H aimed at" Puck. This only applies to our patrons who live outside the city of Lancaster, where no Louisville Post agent is located. r 161 357-.Q Conn Bros. Cotton, C. S. 378-- J 22Q 174-- B. Center, Walter, Elliott, Dr. W. M. Fox; Hardware. " Res. Res. m Money must be paid CASH in advance. ." J. C. 199 Farmer's Union 393-Gosney, N. J. 5 Hurt & Anderson.' 165 Hurt.F. G. G Res. Res. Store. Res. Furniture. - MALARIA headache, biliousness, 387-K- Kiartz H. M. 'Locker B. 239" LonJ. P. 387-:A- ' r Res. Res. Res. Res. rheumatism, I Germs Spread in Skin Eczema, Psoriasis, and other skin troubles are caused by myriads of erms at work in the skin. Unless these germs are promptly destroyed they rapidly multiply, gnawing their stray deep into the sensitive tissue. This Is what causes that awful itch, and what seemed a mere rash may grow worse and develop into a loathsome and torturing: skin disease with its years of misery. Don't take any chances! Destroy the germs at the beginning of the trouble with that soothing and cleansing wash, the'D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema. A 25c bottle will prove this to you. -- Xan. Tobocca Ware House 69! LamMill & Elevator Co. 21 Logan H..T. 323. Mopi& Henry 186. 363-- S 374-- S i , Brown Leghorn rose-bomb- We have had experience with many remedies for skin trouble but have as never seen such remarkable cures Inthose from D. D. D. Prescription. applivery first stant relief from the cation, w We are so confident that D. D. D. will reach your case that it will cost you nothing if the very first full sizes bottle falls to make good every claim. If you- have skin .trouble of any kind we certainly advise you to .drop in and investigate the merits of D. D. D. anyway. We know that X. D.- D. will help you. Morgan G. A." McMillan Lige , 392-Montgomery Dr. 202 Perkins E. W, 363-Pope & Vaughn. 385-- B U G J. Q; MahanJ. W. ; ' - . R. E. .McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky. Pierce Joe. ' 384-Rankin T. C. 383-I- T Rankin James 354-Rainey J..T- .Ray Mm. Eliza 164 Rose G. C. . " ; . 379-Rose.Dr. ' """ 93: Riley J. 'L. 400VU A ly ought to be expected to, and varieties do better on this acRes. count, but given comfortable quarters Re3. J have no trouble in getting them to Res. lay In "winter. Last December was Res. a very cold month here,- the temperaRes. ture being below zero nearly every Res. morning during the month and some Office. mornings more than 20 below. I had Res. yearling hens laying, also' pullets Res, hatched in June that had been, laying - pimpies, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., are all signs of poisons in your These poisons blood. should be driven out, or serious illness may result To get rid of them, use loe's gate to Ed Walker's gate with I rock. Sec. No. 3, From Ed. Walker's DENTIST gate to Madison county line, with gravel Sec. No. 5, Crab Orchard pike from 0. Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. B. Perkin's spring to county line with rock. Sec. No. 6, Fall Lick, pike from Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate with rock. Sec. No. 7. From Elmore's gate to end of pike with gravel. Sec. No. 8, Lowell and Gillispie pike entire pike with gravel. Sec. No. 9, Paint Lick White Lick pike, entire road with gravel. Offllce at Sweeney's Livery Stable. will be on Sections, but Lancaster, -- -- Kentucky bidder will not be restricted to one section. Said bids shall be sealed and a bond will be required for double the amount of the bid, and said bond shall be approved by the Fiscal Court and said bidder will present with his bid ofQTJALITT. the name of his proposed surety or sureties. The bidding shall be per rod 5 0000O00000OOOP000tWOOOMfrftgi of 225 cubic feet. The amount of metal to be used on each section will be determined by the court after bids are received. All bids must be filed with County Judge on or before Friday LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. April 5th, 1912. The Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any and all Will Practice in all State Courts and bids. U. S. District Court. "' CLEVELAND BOURNE, Office over Police Court. Phone 194, 0 Supervisor of Roads for Garrard Co. TO THE CUSTOMERS OFTHE" M. K. Denny, $ Dr. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. 00OQO00&0O00ft i. The-bid- s uui Mowers i Ware McRoberts. J. E. Robinson, '. Store. Res. Res. Res. B 329-M- Res. ' "v Res. H B;-C- Res. Res. I since September 1. Other small breeds that I have tried fill all these points except one. I, have found none other so- strong, and .hardy and consequently easy to raise, !and so take them alf.litall, the Leg-horfarm,-Jer'- s suits me for an fowL better thaa anything that 1 '" .have ever tried. I n all-arou- Bedford's Black-Draught the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: " I had sick headache, for Mrs. Black-Draug- ht, StJt Chemical Engine'; ly k 85 Robinsbn,Mrs. J. C. 50 Tioss & Whitlock. 400-- H . Schooler Roy. - Res. Meats. . Res. Turner & Carpenter.. 385-Turner Joe T ' 338-"Walker Kemp.' 192 Walker Alex. 86 Walker &"Herndon. 213' H Q . ' ' " Store. Res.. - Notice, stored. --It will absorb a limited amount, but a good cellar drain, together with good ventilation, will take care of ground water. It Is a good thing to air the cellar on mild, days In. winter, closing the openings at night. The ventilators may safely be left open for several hours when the outside temperature Is Beveral degrees below freezing. 9 Law's Dictum. "Citizens eligible by law to vote white men, black men, ted men, drunken men, deaf men, dumb men, lame men, sick men, rag men. bad men; citizens Ineligible by law to vote minors, idiots. Insane, criminals, We have moved to East Water street women." Bertha Knobe. one and block East of Lexington avenue.. All orders called for and Wet Cellars. TJnslacked lime la recommended to delivered. Phone 340. absorb excess of moisture In the cellar in which fruits and vegetables are Lancaster one-ha- lf Dry Cleaning Co h. Itf. Faulkner, (Vlgr. Fruit and Shade Trees Now in use by the Lancaster Fire Department. In good condition, the very thing to have in a large try. home or a small town. Call on or write , Baitin Telephone Company ., I . HERRON, Chief of Police, Lancaster, Ky. ri '.',-- . Incorporated; K 41 WhenittW.'H.. '. Res. Halcomb.'Burgin, Ky, proven, 38 Zanorie Miss Margaret. , 'Res. " Res. and a parties owing'the-'sai- d Ira Hal- coun- - 397 "Bishop Miss. Fannie. a ' 860 Dr. R. L: Porifius. - ' Veterinay. comb, Deceased will please, come ord-- 1 Bryants-villRes. the estate of IraHalcomb, of Livery. Ky.to gresent's.ame'" properly e; Res. All parties having accQJints . against years. I felt bad- - most of the time, I ,tried Thed-for- d'c now. I feel better than when J- - was 16 years old." and in Your druggist sells L'25 cent packages. it Insist on Thedford's ward and . ' . The Busy Farmer. The most unhappy farmers in this -country are those who have stopped, work to rust out in the village. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and' The man who markets his products Garden. Our prices may interest you only when he has nothing else .to do get the most out of his Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. will never 'farm. The moments spent In reading market reports are golden. The more we make a noise like an H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sonsv oyster the less trouble we will hava Strawberry Plants, GrapeVines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses,. Peonies, and Phlox. Q -- .. ' .;,.: -- - - J,.p,;.HaIcpmb, Admr, to overcome. Lexington Kentucky. . ' -s v- - i ." j ir...V r. . . -- . r ! .v S'f''S.., ". .w f.