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LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1912. Who owns the Park? Ann? How old was 82&8KSt3f$3XS d Cake and candy for Easter April Gth. Circle Girls. The L & N employes were gladdened by the pay car passing over the road Tuesday. c:i r JP Si' NUMBER 0. ilJTgfafjgMfngfF INSURED m 153 eS-tif-f, gSg Bros Sell the Best Goods at the lowest prices? Do the best work at the most reasonable prices? v- - 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 lo be satisfied for they know how to fix it so as to give the best jT t r 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? Contestants In The Big $2,260.00 Contest Now at The Barrier for the appears the have page of this paper, Ready For A Flying Start. a its favor. say next week a Lost Saturday, Do You Intend To Assist 0 with surrounded with pearls. Reward if Lancaster turned to Some Lady In Securing A :1 Just received Fine Piano? Have You m oats. of Field our Hay. Sent In A Nomination, If Hughes. Not, Do So At Once. Get m has just this Curtis of Point Jack, Beecher the away With The Bunch of the best Price Kentucky. Jacks While There Is a Free Field Barksdale Hamlett, State Supt J. Instructions I and No favorites. of address the Friday I. M. Myers.-- . -- For Sale; Two full blooded jersey heifers. Fine stook, come-- and look at : m "The Free 99 the only insured Sewing Machine, also warranted for life. It is insured for five 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 flood your machine is rendered unfit for use, we will replace it without expense to you, that should you through accident in moving or otherwise break any part or the whole machine 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 absolutely without cost. In justice to yourself, you should at least see "The FREE" Sewing Machine. ivvcmj-nv- c new The notice of Election on Graded School building we will back in more to brooch, gold March 2nd, diamond in middle and re- Miss Callie Adams, v car-loa- of seed two Come and see them, Seeds, and complete stock Phone 26 Hudson & Bailed ui me many puiiiis ui oujjcj.iuj.ikj IF purchas-o- f Mr. R. C. Schooler Leavell, Floyd Morgan. fine county, $1000,00. This is one in contained in "The FREE" Sewing Machine. Sews Faster, Runs Lighter, Lasts Longer, la More Beautiful, Has Less Vibration, Easier to Operate, Makes a more perfect Stitch, The Most Powerful Sewing Machine Made, More Rotary in Movement, Vibrating Shuttle, Rotoscillo Movement, Automatic Thread Controller, Automatic Tension Release, g Needle (crrnotbe put in wrong) Short Positive Needle, Rigid Feed (bearing directly under feed points) Positive Four Motion Feed (without springs) Shuttle Ejector, in Stand, Revolving Spool holder. Shuttle, Six g and Adjustable Bearings, Automatic Head to stand, Automatic Drawer Locks, Automatic Lift head the Simplest and Best. Pall-Bearing Hon. and Hon. M. Public Garpeople will Coates rard County at the Court House night March 22nd. Every one is invited to be present. Millinery Opening. Self-settin- Self-Threadi- ng Bali-Bearin- gs Case-harden- ed Latch-holdin- 23d. Spring millinery opening Saturday March 30th., every one is cordially invited to attend. Special linejaf fancy tailored and ready to wear hats. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. Known As Hospitals Now. o Ifi m mi fe-- wv s a- - &E revs pOs rtA5 ka S3 jj IH TfcJ i 54j g SlfSlT mi B The two Insane Asylums of the state are hencefoward to be known as "Hospitals" instead of Asylums as heretofore. The change was made by an act of the recent session of the legislature. Notice Of Condemnation. Lancaster, Ky. 0ff i I - iidii.waio.r llllllllillLllbfl niif inmin Ia1 t ! SI III163 ! , I ?i iS IT 5 E IF i If To Board of Trustees of Lancaster Graded School Distiict No 24: Gentlemen: By virtue of authority vested in me, I have this day condemned the building of the Lancaster Graded School as not in accordance with the requirements of the law and the interest of the pupil children. You are hereby directed to proceed under section 78 and 79 to issue bonds to provide means to erect a new school building and to have the work executed as soon as Q The issuing of votes in the great contest will begin on Saturday March Already the names of a great many ladies, both in the Lancaster and the Bryantsville district have been sent in, nominated and ready for a start at the very beginning of the contest. Each nominee is started with 1000 votes. Then comes the tug of war, which will close only with the final count on September 23d. Read carefully the instruction published herewith and get to work early. The contestants are requested to call promptly at Becker, Ballard & Co's, R. S. Brown's or the Record office and get receipt blanks and full instructions as to how to go about securing votes. Following is a list of the names of the ladies who have already been placed in nomination in both districts LANCASTER DISTRICT. Name No Votes . No Votes Name 1,000 1,000 Margaret Morrow Jennie Cox 1,000 1,000 Rankin Bessie Wilkerson Jennie 1,000 1,000 Sadie Anderson Mattie Adams 1,000 1,000 Nancy Johnson Talitha Bourne 1,000 1,000 Hallie Brown Eugenia Bourne 1,000 1,000 KatieMae Dickerson Virginia Bourne, 1,000 1,000 Elizabeth Bryant Lucile Schooler 1,000 1,000 Louise Rice Pearl Ham 1,000 1,000 Fanny Carpenter Ethel Estridge 1,000 1,000 Mrs. Phil Thompson LidaHill 1,000 Gracie Mae Cochran 1,000 Jewel Spoonamore 1,000 Martha Tinder BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. No. Votes Name. No. Votes Name 1,000 Mary Ellen Farley 1.000 Cecil Bowling 1,000 1,000 Mary Brunei Bessie Swope 1.000 Amie Montgomery 1.000 Bettie Bruner :- ci HflSEbDEN gtjHtTgMBrfaMlTiiiHrrrilBfttiSa'l.: BROS. MjJSJrHl'SlMJ" In response to a call from the State Banking Department at Frankfort, Ky.. the following financial report of business at the close of February 29th, 1912 was submitted. RESOURCES. LIABILITIES FINANCIAL. $104,831 $ 37,975 1.8S9 571 14,300 80 00 Loans Cash and due from Banks. Overdrafts Expenses paid Banking house.fur & fixtrs Total 46 Capital Stock 57 18 Surplus & undivided profits 50,000 00 2.873 39 106,747 62 159.621 01 Individual Deposits $1;.9.621 01 Total The Garrard Bank LANCASTER, 1907 1910 1911 C& Trust Co. G7.195.Ufi KENTUCKY. Comparative Statement of Deposits. Feb 2Sth r.)03Feb2Sth $14,877.70 78.761.01 S9.999.60 98,145,07 1 1909 Jan27th i 55KSUtCgSS3t&83t&33CS33gS3C&S3S3KS-T i - i mwmm&gmssBGgmEm rs, re? ujji iMHMiarafgiaHgi May Montgomery practicable. Entered of record this 20th day of Minnie Baker Jennie Higgins, S. C. ?. Lucy Campbell March 1912. Mamie Coulter America Sherrow Margaret Jenkins Elizabeth Bryant Lillie Leavell Ollie Crawford Ophelia Montgomery Blanch Stone ,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 1 Maggie Montgomery Fannie Tomlinson Mattie Coulter Osa Coulter Lula Graham Christine Moss Mary Belle Halcomb .'...1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 Bettie Scott Hattie Duncan Eulah Montgomery Mabel Rankin Georgia Dunn Mary Chestnut avioi ded To My Business ft UHU-ntA- n x-fcaM- MissGosney Lula Simpson Bessie Frost Flora Ruble Mattie Scott Lucy Jennings Mmma Scott Sudy Jennings Lelia Barnett Pattie B. Burk Jennie Lane Lura Jennings Florence Christopher Rella Ruble Alice Scott Bernice Scott Essa Jennings Margaret Askins Nora Kaufman 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,C00 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 Mai 5th March 5th '..'.'. 1912 Feb 29th - - $ 06,735.62 s&2 b1 Ask Us For Prices - ON 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, RULES and REGULATIONS Governing Candidates for the Grand Prizes offere'd by Lmfc I will have on display 1. each of the Merchants in connection with the Central Record. Ballot Box will be opened every Monday at 6 p. M. and the votes therein counted and the ballot box resealed by a committee of two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be subject to public approval. The result of each week's count shall be published every Thursday and the candidate's name and her standing to appear. All votes are once each month by the contest manAny candidate can get the consent of. contest manager at any time to inspect or count the votes, 2. ed FRIDAY MARCH U & SATURDAY 22nd, 23rd ar ) ager. ' S II I a complete showing of Ladies Ready-to-weDRESSES and COSTUMES from the leading manufacturers of New York City. Nothing but the very latest creations will be shown. We guarantee prices, quality and fit. We invite inspection. 3. Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. W. J. Romans. MBHMBHlBBMHHBH jmmmmmmmm !$Mmmm0!mmm Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is nomnated in regular form on one of the coupon ballots, The contest manager reserves the right to reject the name of any undesirable candidate and to limit the number of entries. 4. Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are obtained from any of the following sources; Coupons appearing in the newspaper, or in any handbill, dodger, form-lette- r or card issued by or coupons given for trade at the stores. All others shall be declared void and thrown out by the judges. 5. 6. No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be per- I BIG Not S3 -- DIVIDENDS are paid by H. T. Logan, -- l 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 be ... cast personally or by mail. 7. 8. ess Neatly PAPERED Rooms in dollars and cents, but in satisfaction mui cunuuii. Let us show you our new line. Lancaster, Kentucky. . 554 K. Ji. McKoberts co. son. - Any candidate can solicit votes in any 'District they wish. Mk V If - ?.f?"-- t p"1. A .,. -- rlTtS- "5.- - j!iigiV i '&?? - i -- - -- -' mmmm We Hope So. Dr. Charles W. Fox Former Resident Of while in Nevada and entered the minwith a prospect of making the plans Fair Meeting. , ing and brokerage business, which he for the preliminary work, including one' All persons desiring to take stock in It is expected that when the new Garrard County Dies In California, followed for the next thirty-fiv- e years. gentleman from the Ky State College County Fair Association Fish arid Game Commission is organIn 1205 he retired from active busi at Lexington, and who is an eminent the Garrard Where He Had Attained requested to meet at the Gar- ized and gets down to work in real ness and in jyob came to San Jos:, authority on water plants, and the' tion are rard Bank & Trust Co. on Saturday af- earnest, and the State Fish Hatchery Prominence. when' h.-- has been ever since, residing pretty much all of them agree that it ternoon March 23d at 2 o'clock. It is is placed in operation at the State fair at the Hotel Vendome. would be folly for us to go to the river, desired to allow all who wish it to have grounds there will be hard sledding for The following account of the death I In 1859 he married Sarah Jones, the when we can readily arrange the presstock, but the organization must be the dynamiters and seine and net of Dr. Charles W. Fox is taken fiom daughter of Willfom Jones, a nromin- ent lake so as to have sufficient water, perfected at once and this will be your who ply their nefarious oc- the San Jose (Cal.) Times. Dr. Fox ent pioneer of this valley. She sur-wand so improve the quality as to make cupations in the Kentucky River and opportunity to secure stock. born in this cou.-.tand will be vives him. There were no children, it as good as the water from any cis- last its tributaries in the Blue Grass section. well remembered by many of our older Dr. Fox has been attended for the tern, and all at a cost far below that of Improvements In Business Houses. Frankfort News Journal. citizens. He at one time taught school last forty years by James Gillan, his going to the river. in the county. He is a brother of Mrs. ' old businhss associate, and the pair The present lake or resorvoir covers Mr. J. E. Stormes has removed the Interesting Lecture. Elizabeth Smith and an Uncle of Mrs. have always been the warmest of 4J acres and has an average depth of stairway leading to the rooms over Dr. W, L. Heizer, State Registrar JphnM. Logan, both of whom now re- - j frien3. 18 fe2t, giving a capacity of J?,7?4,o99 Hurt & Anderson's furniture store, the You and your friends are jrespgctMly The interment, which will be private side in New York. gallons. The experts say that the dam entrance to those rooms now being of Vital Statistics, gave an interest "Dr. Charles W. Fox. Dioneer minine! will be in the Santa Clara cemeterv." ing lecture at the Court House on which maintains this water supply and by way of the stairway leading to invited'tpattend our millinary opening' at man and capitalist of this state, died which is 100 feet wide at the base, sub the rooms over the drug store, a door Thursday night. He discussed TT All Teachers i venaome last evening a stantially constructed and in splendid being cut on the south side of the hall- length Tuberculosis, Pellagra, Spinal at tne notei little after 7 o'clock, at the age of 80 At a meeting of the trustees of the condition, would support an additional way at the head of the stair case. The Meningitis Hookworm and other dis years, lie had been retired from ac- - Lancaster Graded School held this dam ten feet in height built on top of rooms are being thoroughly overhauled eases prevalent in Kentucky. He tive business for the past five yeare week the entire force of teachers now it, and a dam fiye feet high would almost and will make the handsomest suite of made some very pertinent suggestions ana most oi mat time ne nas spent in emnloved were rP.f.Wiil tn tfceJr . as to improvement in the sanitary condouble the present capacity and making office rooms in town. The furniture ditions of the city, the schools and all this city at the Hotel Vendome. spective positions for the next school allowance for all losses from percola- store room is being thoroughly overhau' The late Dr. Fox was well known year ituz-iuipublic buildings, a more extended acfrof. Kiley and his tion, evaporation & etc would assure ed and remodeled, the front being solid You will be entertained by music on the count of which we will give next week. among the older business men of the . splendid corps of assistants are giving us of at least 35,000,000 gallon of water glass with handsome entrance on south state and took an active part in the to the patrons of the local school one which would be amply sufficient to sup- side next to Haselden Bros, and when beautitul Krause Piano which is to be given mining booms of early days. He had of the very best graded schools in Last Of The III Fated Maine! Ken ply the requirements of Lancaster for completed will be one of ths most an important part in the transacton3 tucky, and the appreciatice requirein which Attended by all the solemn pomp and of the old Bank of California and all time to come, unless the away free to the one receiving the largest store of its kind in central at they are held by the trustees and the ceremony of a marine burial the bat- one ments should increase in such a meas- Kentucky. time loaned the late Senator public is evidenced by their number of votes. ure as cannot now be imagined. The Hemphill building has been re- tered hulk, all that remained of the ill Georgo Hearst the money with which As we have before stated, we are in modeled and is occupied hy Mr. W. A. fated battle ship Maine, was sunk in the great Hearst fortune was later Call and see their handsome Piano - and High Grade Entertainment. favor of the extension to the river, and ihekerson. The buildings has new the Gulf of Mexico nine miles off the amassed. The late Chailes Fox wa3 we believe that is what the people shelving and other internal improve- Cuban coast on last Saturday. Her widely known among An Oratorical and Declamatory Conall of the miners learn how you can get one. expected jwhen they voted for the bond ments and has received a fresh coat of decks were strewn with American of the bonanza days, and everywhere test will be held at the Court House in issue, but we are fully aware of the paint, and now presents the most at- beauty roses, and her battered and he was known it was with reverence Lancaster Ky, one night during the rusty sides were draped with somber and respect fact that the Council cannot accomplish tractive and cleanly appearance. closing week of the present term f the impossible, and if upon thorough The inclination on the part of our black. The immediate cause of a short Dr. Fox was born in Lancaster, Ky., The Lancaster Graded School. investigation, they find their means merchants to remodel and clean up is but decisive war between the United in 182G, and when a young man entered Handsome Presents will be awarded. . ll ii louisvme iueuicai college, gradu- Ladies and will not permit of their making the ex- quite commendable and lends much to States and Spain now rests under sixty tne x Gentleman between the fathoms of water. tension and also installing a chemical the appearance of the town. ating later from the Cincinnati Medical ages of twelve and eighteen will be ad College. filter, but that it is within their means mitted. Particulars will be published He came to California from Panama to make the additional dam and con Jule The More Religion For Men. 1st, Dates For later. struct the new filter, and that the reMore Men For Religion. as a ship's doctor in the early spring Lancaster Fair. For Magistrate. of 1850. Landing at San Francisco he sults will be satisfactory water, both When It is The Best Mil- The Men and Religion Forward move- went to Amador county, where he in quantity and quality, then we say We. are authorized to announce incorporated. The Lancaster Fair as announced ment services began today (Thursday) practiced medicine in the mining camps linery Stuff you Want, we John N. White as a candidate for let us have the improvement of the over two months ago in the columns of at the Methodist church, services at for several years, later going to Vir- confidence $1.00 a year. Magistrate, in Issued Weekly. the first district of Gar- present reservoir. We have this paper, will be held on the usual 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon and 7:30 in ginia City, Nev., where he was present are the People who can rard county, subject to the action of in our City Council, we believe that it dates, July 1 and August 1st These the Deliver the Goods. evening; Friday at the Baptist at the time of the Comstock strike, is their earnest desire to conserve the GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. the democratic party. community, to do the are the dates upon which the Fair has Church and Saturday at the Christian He gave up the practice of medicine interests of the Miss Rella Arnold. We are authorized to announce Wal- very best that is in their power with been held for years and upon which it Church, the same hours for service beEntered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., Mall Matter. ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis- the peoples, money, we recognize the will continue to be held. The following ing observed each davs. These meetincrs ' as Second-Clas- s trate in the first district of Garrard fact that the present dilemma was in a article appearing in a recent issue of the are for men and boys only, and all who Danville Messenger would indicate that c do so should attend, as prominent Member Kentucky Press Association County, subject to the action of the measure forced upon them and we : : : thoroughly appreciate and sympathize Mercer county intends to hold their laymen from Louisville will be present democratic party. and Fair upon these dates and will make interesting addresses. with them in their extremities, and we Eighth District Publishers League. We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n further sincerely beleve that they will "At the recent meeting of the secretaWhen Used to Nominate a New Candidate. H. Estes as a candidate for ries of the principal stock fairs in this SPRING OPENING. do the very best that is in their power in the first district of Garrard In the matter, and finally that the peo- section, the following dates were Lancaster, Ky., March 22, 1912. county, subject to the action of the ple will be satisfied with the result of agreed upon: Harrodsburg Fair was On Saturday March 30th, I VOTE FOR. fixed for July 30, 31 and August 1 and democratic party. their labors, whatever those results we will be glad to welcome 2, and Danville for August 7, 8 and 9, Rates For Political Announcements In Piano Contest. We are authorized to announce may be. the public to inspect our is under considera- Stanford August 21, 22 23." While the matter For Precinct and City Offices $ 5.00 Charles C. Beclcer as a candidate for We would respectfully ask if we choice line of patterns and tion, it is the duty of every citizen to 10.00 Magistrate in the second district of or County Offices council meetings, take part may inquire whether or not the Lan- hats. Childrens hats a For State and District Offices.... 15.00 Garrard county, subject to the action attend the in the discussions of the matter and to caster Fair is considered among "the of the democratic party. 10 For Calls, per line The style shop, offer whatever of advice.you may deem principal stock fairs in this section," specialty. 10 For Cards, per line and if so who, if anyone in Lancaster We are authorized to announce Tay- proper. You will be welcome and can public square. For all publications in the inter or Garrard county was notified of this lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- probably be of assistance. est of individuals or expresRella Arnold. meeting of secretaries, and who repistrate in the second district of Garsion of individual views, per resented this county at the meeting, rard county, subject to the action of A Correction. 10 line Larue Simpson Remains Arrive. and if that representative waved our the democratic party. 05 Obituaries, per line We were incorrect in our statement dates, o.' any other of the privileges of The remains of Larue Simpson, an in last weeks issue that Dr. Dick would the Lancaster Fair. account of whose death in Los Angeles During the summer of 1911 when the probably start a Keely Institute someT We are exceedingly sorry that our Cal. appeared in last weeks Record, f JLL JSr3 ANNOUNCEMENTS water at the lake became foul and un- where in the state. The proprietors of esteemed Mercer county neighbors arrived Monday night and were fit for use the City Council determined the Institute at Crab Orchard have the have seen proper to hold their fair on in the Lancaster cemetery Tuesto make some arrangement looking to exclusive Keely rights for the state of the same dates which we propose, and day afternoon. As an evidence of the For Commonwealth Attorney. the improvement of both the quantity Kentucky. which we always have held ours, for esteem in which he was held in his adWe are authorized to announce Emmet and quality of the local water supply; each will necessarily detract some from opted home, a telegram was received Turley. Puryear as a candidate for Common it was their intention to make a the others attendence. However, we here from Mr. A, Grieve of Los Angelwealth attorney, subject to the action j thorough investigation as to the best Mr. Green B. Turley of Richmond have gone too far now to make any es, for whom Mr. Simpson conducted method and the approximate cost of seof the Democratic party. changes in our dates, even were there an extensive business, instructing that Roller Bearing Lightest Draft Spreader Made. curing the best results along this line, who suffered a stroke of paralysis at occasion for such a change, for enough the sum of 50. be invested in flowers and account of Hot Springs Ark., then submit their information to the HEADQUARTERS FOR which appeared in last weeks Record, of the leading horsemen of the state to be placed on the grave of the deFor County Judge. people and ask the citizens to vote a died on the 16th. inst and his remains who are accustomed to make exhibit- ceased. bond issue to defray the expense of the were brought to Richmond for inter- ions in fair rings, have signified their We are authorized to announce Clay- work. However, the city Board of ment on last Tuesday. Brown's Opening. intention of being here on our usual ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- Health brought the matter to a climax dates to insure a fair well up to our ty Judge of Garrard County subject to by notifying Mr. R. S. Brown has announced that Judge Tarter To Speak. the Council that unless standard, and we cannot afford to he will have his millinery opening this the action of the democratic party. they immediately took steps to improve Judge Roscoe Conkling Tarter of disappoint them. season on Saturday, March 30th. His We are authorized to announce tne quality ot the water that they, the Somersed will address the Roosevelt buyer has been in Cincinnati and LouisJames A. Beazley as a candidate for , Board of Health, would condemn the Club at the Courj House at 2 o'clock Act As Brutal And Barbaric As The Bat- ville and this year has the largest and County Judge of Garrard county, sub- lake. The Council was then perforce tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon. Mr. most stylish line of ladies hats ever tle Of The Little Big Horn Or Any ject to the action of the Democratic compelled to submit the question of a Tarter is judge of Pulaski Jcounty and shown in Lancaster. He asks each and oona issue to the people at the last party. is one of the big guns of the Republievery lady in Garrard county to call at Other Indian Massacre, EnNovember election, which was done; can party in the ''bloody Eleventh," his store on this date and inspect the the issue carried, the city now has with acted In Virginia. For Sheriff. and is said to be a speaker of considerbeautiful hats. You will also enjoy in its power the right to issue bonds to .' irrmoalf f rftll noil ffy yayrk nrill able force and eloquence. We are authorized to announce C. A. wic caicui, ui auuui $iz,uuu. it is our Hillsville Va., a village way up large crowd of your friends there and At Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of firm belief that it was tacitly underPromotion For A Worthy Man. in the fastnesses of the Blue Ridge you will be entertained by music on the We still have a few Heaters that we will selKcheap. Garrard County, subject to the action stood by the citizens of the community Mr. Stephen A. Walker of Lancaster mountains on last Thursday, when a grand piano which is to be given away Sole agents for American Fence. The best and heaviest fence when they voted for this bond issue, of the Democratic party. circuit judge had just finished sentencyoung lady who wants it. that the money was to be utilized for who for the past two years has been ing a man named Allen to a term of free to some sold. Call and compare with other makes before purchaeing. connected with the International HarWe are authorized to announce the purpose of extending the present Chasge In Position. one year in the penententiary for asvesting Co. as a salesman, has severed Ashby 'Arnold as a candidate for sheriff system of water works to Dix river, of Garrard county, subject to the ac- putting in a supplementary pipe line his connection with that company and saulting and beating an officer "and enThe patrons of the L & N at this has accepted a position with the Bird abling a prisoner to escape, a verdict place will learn with regret that Miss tion of the democratic party. and pumping station. of guilty having just been found by a Such are the factsin the case, and sell Wagon Co. to travel the state of jury, the condemned man and a score Sarah Reid, the accomodating and effWe are authorized to announce W. Kentucky for them, the change to take icient clerk at the depot has resigned. of his friends opened a general fusillade The public will L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard we have no word of condemnation for effect on the 23d of this month. note with pleasure the anyone in the premises, on the contrary in the court room, with the expressed county, subject to the action of the fact that she has accepted the position (we believe that what was done should intention of "wiping out the court", democratic party. Editor Lamdram Here. as head operator at the telephone exhave been done, but it certainly has and when the smoke of battle had We change and assumed charge on the 16th Lewis Landram, the clever editor of cleared it was found that their placed the Council in an unenviable sitthreat Miss Sara is well acquainted with this For Assessor. uation, the people are expecting the the Danville Messenger, was here Sat- had been carried out literally and the that makes the man We are authorized to announce Dave water work system to be extended to urday and Sunday, called by the death court was exterminated. The Circuit work having been night operator for posiC. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor the river, have voted bonds for the pur- of Miss Mollie Smith who was an Aunt Judge lay prone across the bar of jus- quite a while before accepting the who buys and uses of Garrard county subject to the ac- pose, and upon investigation, it has of Mrs. Landram. This is the second tice with his llife blood flowing from tion at the depot. We congratulate time within the year that Mr Landram fatal wounds, the Commonwealth's the company on securing her services been found that the amount available tion of the democratic party. it proud of good-judwill not be sufficient to make the ex- has been called here on such a mission, Attorney fell dead in his tracks the and predict for its patrons, prompt serWe are authorized to announce Mr. tension and to build a new and modern and the pleasure of seenig him is mar sheriff, who sprang to secure the pris- vice, courteous treatment and a pleasment in coming here. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi filter, the latter being an absolute ne- red by the knowledge of the sad errand oner just sentenced, fell the victim of ant "number please." nation of Assessor of Garrard County, cessity. The filter now in use at the which brings him. For our Lumber goes fara bullet, and the Circuit Clerk was subject to the action of the democratic water works is absolutely worthless in mortally wounded and two jurymen Circus Time Coming. ther and lasts longer than party. so far as the performance of the work At the suburban home of the brides were wounded, also many spectators Already we begin to read circus ad- were wounded, including a young wo- parents at Hyattsville Tuesday afterfour times the poorer, un We are authorized to announce J. B. for which it was intended is concerned, that of purifying the water, for a re- vertisements in our exchanges and man who afterward died as a result of noon Rev. F. M. Tinder performed the Collier as a candidate for the nominaseasoned kind. The next time you need Lumber of any tion for assessor of Garrard county, cent analysis of the water when it was they prove much more interesting than her wounds. After completing their ceremony which united for life Miss supposed to be foul, demonstrated the the claims and merits (?) of the vari- deadly work the assassine mounted Malissa Ham and Mr. Charles E. Ransubject to the action of the democratic kind from beams to shingles, try ours. We will both gain fact that the water taken direct from ous political candidates with which the horses which were tied in the court kin. Immediately after the ceremony party. press has been deluged of late, and we house yard and fled to the mountains. the happy young couple boraded the the lake was purer and contained a by the operation. We are authorized to announce W. less number of germs than that which welcome the finish of the yarious conven and Three of the Aliens, including the afternoon train for Louisville, Lv Huffman for a candidate for assess- had passed through the filter and was tions, when we may have a cessation one who was on trial and who was the from there will make an extended tour or of Garrard county subject to the taken from the hydrant So it is readi- of politics for a time, and the coming cause of the trouble have been re- of the South, returning in about three action of the Democratic party. ly to be seen that a modern filter is the of spring when we may have the op- captured after a bitter fight in which weeks to make their home with the first necessity, for even if we had river portunity to "take the children" to see Allen was severely wounded, and his grooms parents in the eastern edge of For School SuperinteBdail water, it of necessity would have to be a good old fashioned circus. wife killed and are now in jail at Boyle county near the Garrard line, fitered before being used for domestic The pretty bride looked her loveliest Roanoke. The remainder of the outWe are authorized to. announce Miss Attack's School' Principal. purposes. The consensus of opinion law crew are at large and every minion in a handsome white voile dress over Jennie Higgins as a candidate for A severe attack on school principal, of the law in the State of Virginia is white satin and carried a huge bequet , rrz School Superintendent for Garrard among experts, people who have made a study of the question, and are in a Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is on the aiert tor their capture The of brides roses and carnations. The county, subject to the action of the position to know, is that the best filter, thus told by him. "For more than Governor has sent another circuit wedding was a quiet affair, only the Democratic party. and in fact the only one which gives en three years," he writes, "I suffered in- judge to Hillsville, who has reorganiz- immediate families and a few friends tire satisfaction, is a chemical filter, describable torture from rheumatism, ed the court and empaneled a grand being present- Fwr Jailer. and the lowest possible estimate obtain- liver and stomach trouble and diseased jury and indictments have been return-m- i Both of the contracting parties are able for a filter of this character is kidneys. All remedies failed till j. usnnrHpinpnfa in tfio well known and popular in Lancaster, orroinof ... f..W . . .. V.f. .. We are authorized to announce Jack & Adam's as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- $3500. This cuts quite a hole in "the ed Electric Bitters, but four bottles of nage, and everyeffort will be made to and are prominent members of society rard county, subject to the action of amount intended to extend the pipe this wonderful remedy cured me com- bring every man connected with it to in their own localities. The bride is 23 years of age and is the daughter of Such results are common. justice. the Democratic party. , line and build the auxiliary pumping pletely." station, and we doubt exceeding if the Thousands bless them for curing Judge Thornton L. Massie, the cir- - Mr. and Mrs. J. S Ham of Hyattsville We are authorized to announce Dave amount remaining would be sufficient stomach trouble, female complaints, cuit judge who met such a cruel and while the groom is the son of Mr. ' Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- - to do this work. kidney disorders, billiousness, and for untimely death, is well known in Ken- - Robert Rankin of the Hedgeville Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. the action of There has been a great many civil new health and vigor. tard Try them. tucky, having married a Miss Nichol- - j neighborhood, and himself a prominent j engineers here looking over the ground , Only 60c at R. E. McRoberta& Son. J young horseman and mule trader. Democratic party. 'the son of Middlesboro. -- 2- '& MILLINERY Opening. mani-bulato- rs as , TT- -i 1 ai " Saturday, Alarch 30. s. us R. S. BROWN. . I m 1 The Central Record 30-3- GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES :- Mag-strat- e, THE SUCCESS. $ i&'YA in-ter- ed V The Genuine Oliver Plows, Hillside Syracuse Plows, Syracuse Turning PLOWS. Few Vulcan Plows at COST. J. I i. MOUNT, SON & CO. Carry Lumber g Ham-Ran- kin. I I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. J We Write Any Kind of W WMW WW fr iI 7 - 1 INSURANCE at Office National Bank. v J BEAZLEY & COLLIER county,-sabject--- to . . N - 1 X & lift km & '- - y TEW To Be G BffW A jy W D t4j 60.00 Awarded to T ,e OtVi Ten mmm m$ - Pianos i 2 Winning? Contestant: 3& Y 'fr- 1 1f w AND -- t ; r--- fe ri a - m 3 II g "'-- " ILJ INI IffT" Tm"J' J""J -- "'" "irwr EE . Becker, Ballard & Co. Bryantsville, Kentucky, - Would Thi Look In Your Home? Tf ow S. BROWN, Lancaster, Kentucky, AND 0 The Central Record ie Central Record 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. Will give Five Grand Prizes jointly to the five candidates who have received the greatest number of coupon votes by 4 p. m., September 23rd 1912 at which time the contest shall be declared officially closed and all votes polled thereafter void. Address all correspondence regarding the contest to Contest Manager. 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. & Candidates call at once and let us tell you how to get votes with Merchandise Due Bills and Jewelry Due Bills. FIVE GRAND PRIZES. 1st PRIZE. 2nd PRIZE. To the person receiving the highest number of votes, A Krause $350.00 Upright Grand Piano. to apply as part payment on A 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. PRIZE. A due bill for $250.00 to apply as 3rd Krause $350.00 Piano. 4th PRIZE. 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 4 A due bill for $260.00 Krause $350.00 Piano. 3rd PRIZE. A due bill for $250.00 Krause $350.00 Piauo. 4th PRIZE. A due bill for $240.00 Krause $340.00 Piano. 5th PRIZE. A due bill for $230.00 Krause $350.00 Piano. part payment on A part payment on A part payment on A part payment on A to apply as part payment on A to apply as part payment on A DO to apply as part payment on A You Want This Piano? We Paid $350.00 for it. It is yours for nothing. It belongs to the person receiving the greatest number of votes in our Big Voting Contest. HOW TO GET VOTES . 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. 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.'30 Jewelry due bill sold. Now On Display. Call and see this Beautiful KRAUSE PIANO, and let us tell you how to Win one Abso9 Box At Our Store. Piano On Display March 23rd, Ballojt Ballot Box At Our Store. Piano On Display March 23rd. Contest Starts March 23rd and Will Close at September 23rd. t ' A Contest Starts March 23rd and Will Close at 4 P. M. September 23rd. 7 4 P. M. lutely FREE. THE CENTRAL RECORD V )WILL t GIVE ON EACH DOLLAR TURNED IN 1000 Votes on New Subscriptions. I 500 Votes On Renewals Or Back Subscriptions. Candidates Call and Get f Subscription Books. sV Votes Good at Either of the Stores. y x - ..- ',..- - . " -- ; y - j. ii . - j.'r.'i i i - ,Vul - i2 "V-- i. ot- - Vi..--- . .i M iiVii "iT?ii- - n" ' rm 'H i ynti ,i' i i t i f. ' - f) The Prooi VERIFY IT. Is la Lancaster Almost At The Secret Is Out. WOMEN'S HAIR Easy To Make It Soft Luxuriant And Ra- Hortense Cavalla, was known as the diant. Your Door Garrard Bank and most beautiful woman in Europe. Many women have hair so dull and common knowledge that a The public statement of a Lancaster It was Trust Company citizen is in itself strong proof for prince of the royal blood, heir to the faded that it is actually repulsive. These women have probably never Lancaster people, but confirmation throne of one of the oldest European has many advantages strengthens the evidence. countries was so enamored with her heard of FAK1S1AN SACitt the invigorating hair dressing that is being used beside the safety of his Here is a Lancaster citizen who tes- charms, that he had repeatedly offered his king by thousands of refined women through money. He can put tified years ago that Doan's Kidney to marry her and relinquish Bids will be received by Fiscal Court out America. Puis relieved weary kidneys and now dom. of Garrard county, on APRIL 5th, 1912 notes and drafts in for your hair is falling or thin or faded states the result was permanent. Can She was the envy and despair of all for repairing the following col'ection.borrow money any sufferer from kidney ills ask bet- the ladies of the court as the men had or lifeless; if you have dandruff or itchon acceptable security, scalp; if your hair is not as fascin- Turnpike Roads ter proof? You can investigate. The eyes for no one but her in her presence. ing in Garrard ating as you would like to have it, go call on the bank for any And whilj her figure and feature were case is right at home. SEASON-19- 12 County, Kentucky, George Wright, fcarpenter, Stanford beautiful it was the surpassing loveli- to R: E. McRoberts & Son this very You will be entitled to these advice of a final nature. St, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I willingly ness of her complexion which was her day, ask for a fifty cent bottle of PAR- for the year ending December 30. 1912. courtesies if you have an account there whether it be large ISIAN SAGE and start at once to make confirm all that I said in 1908, praising greatest charm. Quarries will be furnished by the or small. Her skin was as white as alabaster, your hair perfect and even glorious. Doan's Kidney Pills. They do all that county on sections where county owns PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed to is claimed for them. I suffered a great smooth and velvety of texture and her give satisfaction, or money back Girl quarries; where none is owned by coundeal from my kidneys and back. Pains color rich and warm, with Auburn hair on every carton. For ty, contractor must furnish same. Said through my loins extended to the sides No Greasy Face Cream For Her sale by R. E. McRoberts & Son and metal shall be broken sufficiently fine to and over the kidneys. I used Dean's passtthrough a two inch ring at its druggists everywhere. Kidney Pills and my kidneys became greates.t diameter. Said metal shall be Will make the season of 1912 at my , What Did She Use? normal and the pains stopped, "j spread by contractor between stable, 3J miles from Lancaster, on Forsale by all dealers. Price 50 That was the question so many peoTEATERSYILLE. n Co., Buffalo, ple were dying to know. cents. Lexington pike, at Cavalla New York, sole agents for the United would not tell and othersjcpuld not tell Mrs. Emma Sutton is on the sick 14th De oJ iBiBMrJM.TtBLTTTT5iii'3feiiFrL" jlSyPyMy4i r" bji States. the secret, because they did not know. list to Insure a Living Remember the name Doan's and Just how a certain Chemist Cleo Ray was a visitor at Cotton- take no other. her secret would make an 1912. burg Tuesday night. Colt. story alone, one we have not the Mr. John Teater visited his daughter STONE. space to tell; suffice it to say that Bud Hall is 15J hands high, was sired unless otherwise ordered by Supervisor Mrs, T. O. Hill last week. money could not buy her famous recipe charge of work, and the breakby Hockaday's Rex Peavine. Mrs. .Charlie Cotton visited her having Mr. Thomas Lane has moved in this and one of the conditions was that it ing, measuring and spreading of said should never be sold in Europe where mother Mrs. Broadus last week. 1st dam Nell, sired by Mark Diamond vicinity. metal shall be under supervision of Miss Bulah Beazley was the guest supervisor or deputy supervisor of dis C. S. Sanders sold one jersey cow to her envious rivals could obtain it. Mark Diamond's dam was by Peavine of her cousin Miss Her Hill Sunday. THE GREAT HUPMOBILE. trict for which the work is done. Said 2nd dam Mollie, sired by McElroy.etc ! Mr. Turner for $40. Breck Grow of Crab Orchard spent turnpike road3 are laid off as follows, Just landed in New York after finishing a journey arouud the C. S. Sanders family spent several Season due when colt is foaled or Wednesday night with his son Walter. m world a distance of 40000 miles in sixteen months, carrying four pas days at Crab Orchard. mare is parted with. Care taken to sengers and full touring equipment. You cannot get around this if District Fol, Sec. 1 Stanford pike Mrs. Bell Pherigo of Lexington atprevent accidents, but not responsible The river at this point is higher than tended the funeral of Larue Simpson. from Lancaster to county line with w you want a GOOD CAR at a moderate price. Two, four and five it has been for several years. passenger models. should any occur. The Siloron Mf 'g Co. has been orgaMr. Bill Cotton and wife were the rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from Mr. Jim Clouse and famly are sufferLancaster to Fork church with rock. and place I will Also at same time nized to manufacture her famous re- guests of Mr. Lee Brown and family ing with mumps at this writing. Sec. No. 3, Sugar creek pike, entire &a cipe and they have termed it after the Sunday. stand my big Jack, BEECHER MORMr. Philford Preston who has been pike with rock. Sec. No. 4, Buckeye GAN, at $10. to insure a living colt. possesses, "ALABASproperties it Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ray of Buckeye sick for sometime is some better. pike from J&icaster to McCreary with TROL." was the guest of Mr. Curt Pierce rock. Sec. No. 5. Crab Orchard pike R. C. SCHOOLER, Lancaster, Ky. Just received two car loads of Seed The story told above is true in every Tuesday. from Lancaster to O. B. Perkin's spring Oats. Come and see them, as well as particular with the single exception of our complete stock of Field Seed, and the famous European Beauty's name as Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw with rock. Sec. No. 6, Old Danville Bailed Hay. Phone 26. Hudson&Hughes she does not want newspaper notoriety. spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. pike from double toll gate to Dix River and Mrs. T. O. Hill. with gravel. Sec, No. 7, New Danville On account of wet weather the farAlabastrol is something entirely new; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cotton of Lan- pike from double toll gate to Dix River mers have not sowed any tobacco beds. not a face powder, neither a lotion, caster spent Sunday with Mr. and with gravel. Black Jack with mealy nose, 5 years nor a Cream. old, 15 hands high, fine breeder and District No. 2, Sec. No. 1; Lexington Yet possesses the properties of all to Mrs. Charles Cotton. great individual. A Jack of fine bone Away Goes Pimples, Blackheads, Ecezma, a more intense degree accomplishing Mrs. W. T. West of Lancaster has pike from Fork church to Dix River and action. Will stand at $10. to insure far better results in a shorter space of been spending this week with her and C. M. Jenkins, residence with rock. Dandruff And Other Skin Affections. a living colt. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from C. M. brother Wm. Simpson. time. WHEN ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP ARE Jenkins to Kentucky river bridge with Why use face creams if you only off Archidean Bradshaw of Louisville 4 USED. set their beneficial properties a mom- was called to the bedside of his father rock. Sec. No. 2, Bryantsville and Sugar Creek pike, entire pike with rock Home Fhone 33. The McRoberts Drug Store says, ent later through the application of Mr. T. W. Bradshaw. Office Phone 18. Lancaster, Ky. Black Jack with white points, 8 years "We are so confident that ZEMO and skin drying face powders of often Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Bogie were the Sec. No. 4. Bryantsville and Cane Run old, 15 hands high, fine breeder and ZEMO SOAP used together will rid the doubtful origin? pike entire pike with rock. Sec No. 5, Powders blow off, the great individual. A Jack of fine bone skin or scalp of infant or grown person soil your clothes and give your face a guests ofT. latters parents Mr. and Buena Vista and Kentucky River pike, Mrs. W. Noel Wednesday. and action. Will stand at $10. to insure of PIMPLES. BLACKHEAD. entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 6 from EC chafed appearance at once indicating Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Calico and C. Poindexter's shop to I. M. Dunn's a living colt. ZEMA, DANDRUFF, INSECT BITES their use. handsome daughter Hazle spent Sun- gate with rock. Tis not so with Alabastrol, it is rubWill also at same time and place or any form of itching, irritated, disday with Mr. Ambrose Calico of MadiDistrict No. 3, Sec. No. 1, Buckeye stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. to figuring skin or scalp trouble, that we bed into the skin much as you would a OF LANCASTER. pike from McCreary to Buckeye post cream (only after its use you won't son. insure a living colt. do not hesitate to recommend these Just received two car loads of Seed office, with rock. Sec. No. 2, Buckeye All will stand at W. P. Deshon's clean refined remedies to every person need any creams) and in a few seconds Capital who desires quick relief and a cure the beneficial and essential oils are ab- Oats. Come and see them, as well as pike from Buckeye post office to Stotts farm on the Crab Orchard pike 5giles complete stock of Field Seeds, and store with rock. Sec. No. 3, From our Mares from any form of aggravated skin or sorbed by the skin and presto from Lancaster, Kentucky. A. R. DENNY, President. Bailed Hay. Phone 26. Hudson&Hughes Stott's store to Kentucky river with month. Care taken scalp affection. Oftentimes one bottle grazed at $2. per Now Note-TSkin J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hill and daughter rock. Sec. No. 4, Poor Ridge pike to prevent accidents, but not responsi- and one cake of soap will cure a minor Buckeye pike to Pleasant Hill S. C. DENNY, Cashier. case of skin trouble. ble should any occur. Not oily or greasy appearing, but a dull Stella were the guest of Mrs. Hill par- from ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP produce velvety looking smooth surface will be ents Mr. and Mrs. N. K. Bogie Satur school house, with rock. Sec. No. 5, r. R. T. Embry, J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. Poor ridge pike from Pleasant Hill sure and swift results. You will not renectea to you irom your mirror a day and Sunday. school house to Scotts Fork church, suffer another day after you commence truly alabaster like effect and what is with rock. Sec, No. 6, Poor ridge pike Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. to use tnem. x ou will ieei like a new more will remain that way for hours It's So Eesy To End Catarrh. from Scotts Fork church to Kentucky person . and no one will be able to detect its WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Go to R. E. McRoberts & Son and river, with rock. Sec. No. 7. Kirks ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be ob- use outfit-ta- ke it ville pike from Hyattsville to top of tained from one leading druggest in We do not claim that all can possess say I want a HYOMEI Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. every city or town in America and in the beauty of Cavalla but we do claim home open the box pour a few drops West Hill, East of H. West residence, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Lanraster. By McRoberts Drug Store. that any one may obtain a beautiful of HYOMEI from the bottle into the with rock. Sec. No. 8, from top of little hard rubber inhaler breathe it West hill to Madison line with gravel. complexion by using Alabastrol. District No 4, Sec. No. 1, Richmond Now remember our claims are not for five minutes and note the refreshCARTERSYILLE. ing relief breathe it four or five times pike from Lancaster to Goodloe's gate the origination of a fertile mind as the BgMffl35 day for a few days and catarrh and with rock, Sec, No. 2, From GoodMrs. Abbie Mosely is very low with Siloron Mf 'f Co. is incorporated under a the laws of the State of Colorado and all its disgusting symptoms will gradu loe's gate to Ed Walker's gate with tuberculosis. ally disappear. rock. Sec. No. 3, From Ed. Walker's Mr. J. D. Carter and daughter Mag- that Alabastrol is guaranteed under the HYOMEI contains no opium, cocaine gate to Madison county line, with gravel U. S, Pure Food & Drug Act to contain gie was in Lancaster Saturday. nothing but the purest ingredients, or other harmful drugs and is sold on Sec. No. 5, Crab Orchard pike from O. Burdett Allen and Willie Rogers and is manufactured under modern and money back plan for catarrh, asthma, B. Perkin's spring to county line with have gone to Indianapolis, Ind. croup, colds and catarrhal deafness. rock. Sec. No. 6, Fall Lick, pike from hygienic methods. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bryant was Alabastrol is healing and antisentic Complete outfit $1.00 extra bottles if Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate guest of Mr, and Mrs.'James Wylie in effeet, and though it has been on needed 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & with rock. Sec. No. 7. From Elmore's the Sunday. the market but a short time everyone Son and druggists everywhere. Simple gate to end of pike with gravel. Sec. No. 8, Lowell and Gillispie pike entire Mrs. Henry Creech who has been who has used it says it is "The Most instructions for use in every package you can't fail to banish cattareh if you pike with gravel. Sec. No. 9, Paint very low with pneumonia is slowly im- Perfect Complexion Beautifier and Lick White Lick pike, entire road with proving. Mail Orders from all over the country follow instructions. gravel. Mrs. Bell Robinson and children was are pouring in. Residence Phone Office Phone 31. The bids will be on Sections, but We send "Alabastrol" in plain wrapthe guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Robinbidder will not be restricted to one secper to any address in the U. S. on re son Sunday. LANCASTER, KY. tion. Said bids shall be sealed and a Mr. and Mrs. Carl Roop of Silver ceipt of 50 Cent Silver. 337-Arnold, Henry Store. bond will be required for double the Creek was the guest of Mr. and C. S. The Siloron Mfg. Co. Office amount of the bid, and said bond shall 6 Burnett & Elliott Roop last week. 310-Res. be approved by the Fiscal Court and Burnside, Robt Pueblo, Colorado 392-Just received two car loads of Seed Res. said bidder will present with his bid Burton, R. I. Oats. Come and see them, as well as John White Co 161 Conn Bros. Hardware. the name of his proposed surety or .JlKHHh our complete stock of Field Seeds, and LOUISVILLE, KY. 357-Cotton, C. S. Res. sureties. The bidding shall be per rod aBV.MH. BjHejppp. 378-- J Bailed Hay. Phone 26. Hudson&Hughes Established 1837 Res. of 225 cubic feet. The amount of metCenter, Walter, 220 Elliott, Dr. W. M. Res. al to be used on each section will be Mr. and Mrs. Will Roop was called Hlghestmsrketprlceptld py --. SSSrSINHp&KmflErEikHfc 174-Res. determined by the court after bids are Fox, J. C. Waynesboro last week by the death Si FURS and HIDES. filed with 199 Farmer's Union Store. received. All bids must be Mrs. Roop's father Mr. G. W. WOOL 393-Gosney, N. J. Res. County Judge on or before Friday mmins. C0MHIMI0I 5 Hurt & Anderson. Furniture. April 5th, 1912. The Fiscal Court re165 Hurt F. G. Res. serves the right to reject any and all w " liK 1iiiiik - iiiMw 387-Res. bids. Kurtz H. M. - fi j- - csy'l 387-Res. Locker B. ss$Ar --2 CLEVELAND BOURNE, 239 Long J. P. Res. ,52 186 Lan. Tobocco Ware House. Supervisor of Roads for Garrard Co. 69 Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. rT 21 Logan H. T. Res. r' 323 Moore Henry Res. NOTICE BIDS WANTED Ei a'lBfiCEVlNG A Depositor at The j - 4- - BUD HALL The Garrard Bank &Trusr omp iny mwmMmrjimB mmmmmmmmm Foster-Milbur- October $15.00 and cember 30th, She Used A Face Retenpid to-w- it: Stormes Automobile Agency. mmmmyf!ki mm&meMLmLiJM Nigger. w. o. RMney Funeral Director and Embalmer. THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus 25,000. Buck Varnon. ? he Book-Keepe- W. P. Deshon. -- J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer New Phones. H A H Q CARDS. ZZg-." . fc. B && 93 U "T G m fc A K g;.3 FOR xssisbssmk High Class Stationery SUCH AS -- - Mahan J. Q. Mahan J. W. 374-- S Morgan G. A. 385-McMillan Lige 392-Montgomery Dr. 202 Perkins E. W. 363-Pope & Vaughn. 339-- Q 363-- S B U G Res. Res. Res. Res. Office. I awatsaP&iLmvggy&c .- -,' j Joe. Visiting Caircl Announcements, Monogram Paper, Embossed Letter Heads and Envelopes. ' Sari 384-- A 383-- U 354-- B 329-- M Rankin T. C. Rankin James Rainey J. T. Ray Mr?. Eliza Rose G. C. Res. Res. Store. Res. Res. Res. Res. Res. TfujRS We tell yon how. and oar best market prices. We are dealers; established in 1858; andean do BETTER for you th?n agents or commission mere. chants. References any bank in Write for weekly price list. Lou-isvill- NNfcY g(ter ife? S- -P Have Your cards Made M. SABEL & 227-29-- 164 379-- H & 33 E. Maricat St. 10BISTIUE, SONS KT. Dealers in hides, wool. Rose Dr. B. C. Robinson Mrs. J. C. Ross & Whitlock. Schooler-Roy. 33 Riley J. L. 85 50 400-- H Res. Res. Res. Meats. Res. Early. , We are better prepared than ever before. TOO MUCH LOVE Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kid- 218 SEE THE 6ENTRAL REGORD. Ask For Samples. I Turner & Carpenter. 385-Turner Joe 338-Walker Kemp. 192 Walker Alex. 86 Walker & Herndon. 41 Wherritt W. H. H Q Store. Res. Reg. GIVE US A CALL. y , A r.-u- ney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a Res. miserable sufferer with the above 38 ZanoneMiss-Margare- t Res. troubles, and RHEUMATISM for 897 Bishop Miss Fannie. Veterinay. years, was cured in one week. To 360 Dr. R. L. Pontius. prove our remedy, while they last, Telephone Company regular size bottles only 25c at Res. Livery. Res. L The Gentral INCORPORATED. Record, KENTUCKY. Bastin LANCASTER, J M Incorporated. stormes Drag store. t ifi- " t 5 4- - iv-- i h eseh Kfl ft ' 6 sT'S The Joseph Mercantile The Home of Garments If It's Well II it's rroperiy mceo, If It's Stylishly Designed-Depen- d HP A i i P I q " "1 B upon i it I Com Posessing Grace and Beauty. r ) i i u 7 The Joseph The Style Leaders. ntil stay. W. S. Walker is in Lebanon ompany. Ladies Exclusive Outfitters. rVLBrE&T3LJtE"&3m. i I ';?"jC7j,T".r glfrtiMfMrr5.fMfr!aJr?tUpllfBJ. rBpJBrglMj.(MjFBfMiffS. for a m TO GO TO THE 1 Gossip About !&- - s S1BJiSC V7 VC7 V7 "S, s. Mr. A. B. Brown quite sick. Sr., is reported DEATHS. Smith. "1 bury survives her. Adams. Card Of Thanks. fir' I S 8 l I C IT T. M. Wilson of Cave City is a guest at Hotel Kengarlan. Mrs. Elizabeth Denny has rooms with Mrs. Dave Ross. H 1BGL FOR - IT V (7 A Brief Mention of the Ccmingx and Goings Ly Those Wi Are Interested In. SUS3Z2 taken 4 s Mrs J. W. Acey of Stanford is here visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. Wm. Hughes. Little Miss Cecil Batson is visiting Mrs. J. H. Hilton of her grand-mother Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Batson have returned from a stay in Chicago. T. A. Adams of Sharpsburg has joined his wife here for a visit. Mrs. Belle Pherigo of Lexington is here visiting Garrard relatives. R. S. Brown is in Louisville purchasing a handsome line of dry goods. Mrs. Ann Robinson is in Paint Lick visiting her sister Mrs. James Francis. Mrs. Henry Arnold of Hyattsville is suffering from a severe attact of Miss Emma Hughes Hays of Stan-- ! ford is visiting Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley. death claimed one of Garrard county's best known and most popular ladies, At midnight last Friday, the lath, I I s 1 B ill.ii7fft I i Stanford- The Chatauqua Circle will meet Saturday afternoon with Misses Brashear and Mason. Miss Fannie West left Monday for a visit to her sister. Mrs George Robinson of Danville. Elder F. M. Tinder has returned after holding a successful revival in Northern Indiana. Mrs. John Anderson of Hubble is with her sister Mrs. Allie Thompson who is reported quite sick. Mrs. Charles Hardin of Harrodsburg has joined her husband here and is a guest at the Simpson House. Mrs. Emma Kaurtman is at home from a stay with her brother Mr. John E. Greenleaf of Richmond. i 6 i) 1 "Straight Creek," "Bennett s Block" and "Hermatige Cannel." Each the best in its Class. KS3 I S Ji' Dr Samuel Burnside of Wichita Falls Texas, is here with his sister, Mrs Sue Anderson. Mrs. John M. Mount was in Stanford for a short visit to her brothei Mr. John Lynn. Bryan Ballard and Frank Young of Lexington were visitors in Lancaster this week. Joseph McCormack of Paint Lick was with his mother Mrs. Sallie Mc- 1 a all Hi i Hartford, Aetna, National Of Hartford, Henry Clay. ii v H i Attention Farmers. 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. O o KEMPER & WOODS, d as I I r Garnett Kemper. PAINT LICK, KY. R. G. Woods. Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. O 2! Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Co .iyMMrMVT3us&i&&'jF&j&s&jBrT&&TarvLaF&jEri B. Fred P. Frisbie left this week for New York where he has accepted a Cormack Tuesday. position as a traveling salesman. Friends will be glad to hear that 's Miss Callie Adams, one of R. H. Earle Farra is convalescent after quite popular clerks, returned to work a seige with pneumonia. Monday after a rest of two months. Major W. H. Collier of Luisville has Editor and Mrs Louis Landram of been a recent guest of 1 is sisters MesDanville were called here by the death dames R. L. Elkin and J. E. Robinson. of Mrs Landram's aunt, Miss Mollie Miss Minnie Johnson has returned to Smith. the Normal school in Richmond after a Miss Bettie Robinson has returned stay with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnafter a stay of several weeks with her son. mother Mrs. Lydia Robinson of Mrs. 0. T. Burk and little son Lucian of Silver Creek have been the recent Mrs. J. B. Sanders and children of guestof her parents Mr. and Mrs. Richmond were called here by the ill- J. M. Sanders of Marksbury. ness of Mrs. Sander's father Mr. H. Clay Arnold. Work Of Recent Session Of The KentucMr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles and daughky General Assembly Which Has ter Miss Agnes were in Bryantsville for a short visit to Mr. and Mrs. HarReceived The Official Stamp vey Deane. Bat-sonCamp-bellsvill- Miss Mollie Smith, who had been seriously ill at the home of her sister Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury in this city for some time, Miss Mollie had been in feeble health for several years and for the last few months the summons had been expected at any time. After short services at the grave on Sunday afternoon by Rev. O. P. Bush, her remains were interred in the Lancaster cemetery. There was not a more widely known or more thorughly beloved lady in Garrard county than Miss Mollie Smith, a devoted and lifelong christian, a consistent member since her childhood of the Baptist church, of a gentle and kindly disposition, with always a kind word and winning smile for everyone, she knew none but friends everyone was drawn to her, and her presence will be missed in the community more than that of any one whom death has claimed in a long time. The- deceased was 70 years of age and by a long life devoted to the service of her Master, and by a kindly considera tion for everyone on earth, there is not a doubt in the mind of anyone who knew her, but that she has entered into the reward which is the recompense of all who lived such lives as she lived on this earth. One sister. Mrs. Mnrks- - A sad surprise to a host of friends and relatives in Lancaster and Garrard county was the death of Mrs. Annie Adams which took place in a Louisville sanitarium on Friday the 15th inst. Mrs. Adams was employed in a wholesale millinery store in Louisville and suffered a stroke of paralysis while at her work, she was taken at once to a sanitarium, but died within the day. Her remains were brought to Lancaster and interred in the local cemetery on We desire to express to our many friends, both in town and in the coun-u- t. our deep appreciation of their kindness toward us in our recent affliction, and to assure them of our unbounded gratitude. Wm. Simpson and Family. 1 YODU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J Baled Straw for ale. lt-pd. A. H. Bastin. Saturday afternoon The deceased was the widow of the For Sale late Armistead Adams, who was a Three good work horses. brother of Mr. Jack Adams of this Herndon & Walker. place, and who many years ago preceded his wife to the grave. She wa3 a Just received a car load of Red Ash daughter of the late William Ferrill, Jellico coal which I will sell out at 14c and a grand daughter of Mrs. Ann M. Broaddus. She is survived by two sis- on car or 15c delivered also other good ters, Mrs. James Turner and Mrs. Joe I grades of coal, such as Rex, Ida May. Arnold of Richmond Ky., ami two etc, Prompt delivery. II. B. Northcott. brothers, John Ferrill of Arkansas and Wanted Lady: We will pay salaiy William Ferrill of Richmond Ky. and commission to a good agent to sell Mrs. Adams was well known in Lannew Face Retinoid and caster, having recently been employed Alabastrol, our other toilet preparations direct to the by Mr. Bastin at the telephone exhomes. AH women need them and will change, and by Mr. R. S. Brown, and buy if you show it to them. Agents for several years she was in charge of make from 10 to $20 a week in their the telephone exchange at Paint Lick home towns. No previous experience Ky. Mrs. Adams was an industrious necessary. Exclusive territory to proand deserving woman, and her death ducers. Note our big ads in this paper will come as a sorrow to many friends for Alabastrol and Dabro. We will who admired her for her many noble name and address under our I traits of character. run your ads and throw the business into your Money to loan on real estate security hands. You can make money. Write H. Clay Kauffman, Grd., for W. p! today. The Siloron Mfg. Co., Pueblo, Colo. Lakes. f9 <tz!:$rfcef:BOcafSX C!McP?,S83M3(!!SBvbav'sKdtffl New Suits, New Dresses, e. EN WIS, W WAISTS. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1S83. Mesdames Joseph Arnold and James Turner of Richmond were here Saturday for the funeral of their sister, Mrs Annie F. Adams. Mrs. A. H. Rice and Miss Sallie Lou Myers accompanied Mrs. Louis Land-rato Danville Tuesday and were her guests for the day. m Of Approval Of Gov. McCreary. Te fe Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL; $50,000. W. O. Rigney, SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. Relatives here have received invitations to the approaching marriage of Miss Dollie McRoberts and Wm. Em-br- y of Stanford to be soleminized April 3rd. Governor James B. McCreary has signed and given his approval of 102 bills passed by the last legislature, of these 54 originated in the House and 48 in the Senate. Among the latter is Mr. Farra's bill amending the law governing the deposit of life insurance companies with the State Treasurer. Following are prominent amoner the bills which have met his approval and received his signature: Appropriating $75,000 for the erection of a Governor's Mansion. Qualifying women to vote in school Every day for the past three weeks we have been receiving hundreds of packages of new Spring Germents of every sort and kind. The various lines are now practically complete and We invite you to come in and take a good look through and get posted as to styles. The keen competition among the makers in New York has resulted in the suits and dresses being the best values and .the best styles ever on the market. You will quickly notice this fact when you see the garments. You will lose nothing by making your selections early. TAILORED SUITS Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. Prompt Attention. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. . p i , fill F" UN II I II I 1191 ILLI It is easy for the housewife when she makes bread from the products of the Garrard Milling Go. U ?-z- Lancaster, Kentucky. fairglingriffaBi BlrgJlT;lliBlraMimM)ira Misses Margaret and Joan Mount are at home after a visit to relatives in Covington and a short stay with Miss Arabella Bogie and sister Mrs. elections and to hold school offices. Frank Duerson of Mt. Sterling. Abolishing State Board Of Prison Miss Georgia Dunn who is Superin- Commissioners, creating a board of tendent of the State Christian Endeav- three members and placing the power or Prison Work attended the District of their appointment in the hands of Convention in Nicholasville and de- - the Governor. liyered the principal address. Appropriating S50,000 additional an nually to the State University at LexT Mrs. Susan Adams aged 82 and a resident of Garrard for a number of neton .; $35,000 additional annually to years died at her home in Braddock the Eastern Kentucky Normal School North Dakota after a general decline. at Richmond and $25,000 additional anThe deceased was an aunt of Mrs. Jack nually to the Western Kentucky Normal School at Bowling Green. Adams. Creating the position of Commission The Mary Walker Price Chapter er of Public Roads. which met "Monday afternoon at the Extending the provisions of the home of Misses Jane and Mary Doty County Unit Law. had a most interesting program. Mrs. Prohibiting the sale in Local Option E. C. Gaines conducted the meeting, territory of any beverage containing songs were sung by Mrs. John M. alchol. Mount and Charley Doty. Increasing the pay of rflembers of A brilliant social event given in the Ceneral Assembly to $10. per day. Georgetown this season was an elaborCreating the county of "McCreary ate affair by Mrs. John R. Palmer from parts of Wayne, Pulaski and formerly Miss Mary Sandifer of this Whitley counties. place. In deference to St. Patrick's There are many other measure day the color scheme in usewas green which the governor has not yet reached the prettily served luncheon having which have not as yet, but in all pro- green as a predominating color. The babilitywill meet with his approval. tally cards were of green and the nap- He has not as yet vetoed any meas kins were decorated with shamrocks. ure passed by the General Assembly, The hostess Mrs. Palmer and the two but it is safe to say that before he is little Miss Lancasters who assisted her through with the long list he will 'be compelled to "get the axe." wore green sashes. Remarkable values in strictly tailored Suits at $15, $17.50, 20. $25, $30 and up. All kinds of Serges, Whlbcords, Men's Worsted, and novelties. Full assortment of White Suits. As usual our suits represent the best effort of the highest class New York tailors. SILK DRESSES from $5. to $40., and if you are interested it will pay you to come a long ways and aee them. EVENING DRESSES Some remrakably attractive Party Dresses in Nets and Chiffons at $11.50 to $20.00 in Pink, Blue, Yellow and White. TUB DRESSES We are now showing over 200 entirely new styles in Silk, Serge and Challie Dresses. All the new ideas in changeable Taffetas, Foulards, Crepe Meters, Chiffons, Silk Serges, etc., Prices range from $7. 50 to $40.00. No description will do these justice. Come in and see them NOW. WHITE DRESSES Of Lingere and imported Voiles, combined with Cluny, Macreme and Shudow Laces. Prices range Linens retc, in many neat and attractive styles at all prices from $3.75 to $8. Also the new Cotton Corduroy Dresses from $5. up. Of Ginghams, SHIRT WAISTS An extensive line of T'Dressy Chiffon Waists in all the popular colors, from $6.00 to $10.00. Plain tailored Silk wastes in black and colors, from $3.50 to $6.00. The new Silk Shirts in white arid stripes aud JFancy Stripe Silk Waists. A. B. ROBERTSON DAINVILLJE, & BRO. KENTUCkY. A v . jfcti-SJ,- I , " A - 5j - MaaMMMC4Mto PublieSale. Having sold my farm, I will sell to the high dollar, . i rARMER'S COLltfflN A 1 Wealth of Beauty In Our New Spring Showing Of NOTICE OF r SARDS. CO0OOOX&90 !S j At the office of Co March 211912 i -I i t?paco below this beading la for me exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for tbe sale of stock, grain and such things on farm ns the farmer cauuot afford to adverat 9:30 o'clock sharp the following:- tise. No notice will be accepted over four One fine Mohair parlor set; 1 nice lines, and will bcoulyin two issues of tbe side board; 1 folding bed, best make; Kecobd, free of charge Saturday, March 30, 1912 Where Kinnaird, J. W. Elmore, J. A. Beazley, Dr. J. A. Amon, and the following proceedings were, had J. A. Beazley introduced the following resolutions: "Be it resolved by the board of trustees oi the Lancaster Graded School Common Where 9 3 good dressers and wash stand; rocking chair; heating stoves; etc, etc; 3 barrels of pure crab apple vinegar; cidar mill; farming implements of every description; horse wagons, etc. About forty barrels of PICKED CORN; 45 head of registered Clay and Hemphill sheep and lambs; 45 head of Indiana black face South Down sheep; 1 pair of aged mules, GOOD ONES; 3 young horses and 4 mares; 10 head of steers; 5 heifers; 5 milk cows, some dry and some fresh; 20 nice shoats; (This farm is known as the Gillispie farm,) situated on the Gillispie pike, 1J miles from Lowell, 2J from Paint Lick and Jl from Lancaster. Terms made known on day of sale. 2-t- Baled straw for sale. Coy Sanders, Stone, A. H. Bastin. Ky, wants to buy 2 tons of hay. Mr. W. T. Doolin of Marksbury has 2 percheon mares for sale. Some nice young mules Phone 3G0. A. For Sale: broke. Tailored Suits Coats, Costumes, Dresses, Waists, ARE YOU GOING? Garrard Bank & Trust I am going to the Three Chair Shop a meeting of the board of Trustees of the Lancaster Graded to get my Face and Head Changed School Common District No24 duly called where you don't have te wait a minute. by the chairman, the following trustees Richmond Street. were present, S. D. Cochran, Dr. J. B. HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. Denny Bros, B. D. Herndon sold a combined horse to Mr. Huffman for $125. Skirts, Girls Coats. an- A good crowd attended the sale of Gibbs Bros, on the 14th inst, notwithstanding the inclemency of the weath er and Col Am. Bourne who cried the sale tell us that the bidding was unusually spirited. The following prices W. T. KING, Lowell, Ky. were realized: Horses from $76. to $160.; 2 aged mules $81. & $114.; one 5 year old mare mule $252.50; one horse mule $175., one yearling horse mule $75.; one yearling mare mule $152.; A STORY corn in the crib w,as sold in lots of 25 Many otherwise beautiful women barrels each bringing from $.55 to 3.90 have been neglected by nature with per barrel, eheaf oats $3.75 per huna lack of glossy, lustrous, dark Eye- dred and hay from $17.00 to $17,30 per ton. brows: many Blonders of True After weeks of careful preparation we now district white 24, whereas the present school buildings are unsuitable for the purpose of maintaining and conducting a good graded common school in this dis Physician and Surgeon. trict, and whereas there is insumcent LANCASTER, KY. funds to build same and practically no funds available for that puqjose, and Office Phone G. Residence Phone 220. whereas in our opinion it is necessary to order an election and submit to the voters of said district, the question shall issue bonds of said district in the sum of $29,000.00 for th purpose of providing suitable school buildings, fur niture and apparatus for said diatnct. It is now unanimously ordered that an be held for said purpose awl sain is heieby ordered to submit to tbe voters of the said dirftri'-- t the que- - i.on W. M. ELLIOTT, J.W.SWEENEY LIVERY, Sparkling Eyes. Norse-manty- nounce our complete readiness to furnish "mi lady's wardrobe" with all the very newest ideas in fashionable apparel for FEED and SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. pe with beautiful eyes cannot show them off to an advantage through lack of dark, heavy, lustrous eyebrows. To meet a universal and pupular demand among the fair sex we have after much experimenting produced a compound termed "DABRO" consisting of harmless Organic Substances, Essential Oils, Balsame, etc., yielding by our process a stiff emulsion which will stimulate growth of the eyebrows and darken them to the desired shade. A Fierce Night Alarm. Harmful Eyebrow Pencil. 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, beautifying yourself. A more modern, absolutely harmless, hygienic and effective medium is. is the hoarse, startling cough of a child suddenly attacked by croup. Often it aroused Lewis Chamblin of Manchester O., (R. R. No 2) for their four children were greatly subjected to croup. "Some times in severe attacks," he wrote 'we were afraid they would die, but since we proved what a certain remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is, we have no fear. We rely on it for croup and for coughs, colds or any throat or luug trouble." So do thousands of others, So may you. Asthma, Hay Fever. Whooping Cough, Hemorrhages fly before it, 50c and $1.00 Trial bottle free. Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm La-Grip- 1912 Come in and get posted on the New Styles whether you contemplate a purchase now or not. We are very enthusiastic over our Spring stocks and cordially invite you to come and look them "over. Select Your Spring Suit Now. You will have first selection from practically an unbroken assortment. Our sales-forc- e can give you more satisfaction attention, and any necessary alterations will be made with greater care than during the rush season. With Easter only three weeks distant this is good advice. Spring and Summer La!feadt $15. $18. $20. $25. $2 9.50 $35. We call special attention to our beautiful and attractive showing of high-clas- KENTUCKY. whether or not the trustees thertof LANCASTER. sj.il dtotnet in hm! shall issue bonds of sum of 29,000.00 said bonds to ln'flWf. Offle Hra Office over eacn.ano one oi saio oowth vj i ju on i S tonnes' Drug Stare 1G 12 1 Jt M. Mi 1. the 1st day of April each y sr uMil paid, and the same shall bear interest from date at the rate of five cent per annum for the said purpose. It is DENTIST. further ordered that due notice of ?:id , election shall be given by said trustees Phone Lancaster, Ky. by written or printed posters not c-- than one foot square, signed by said trustees, stating the time, date and H. hour of said election, posted at not le than six public conspicuous places in the district for ten days previous to the County day of the election, and by one inserPHONE SS-tion thereof in the Central Record a Office over F. G. Hart's fnrulture store. news paper published in said district. The board shall appoint two Judges, a Kentucky clerk and a sheriff to hold said election, Lancaster, who shall be first duly sworn before acting, and shall be housekeepers, tax payers and residentsjn said district and one of the Judges shall ask of each voter "are you in favor of the issue of bonds by the trustees of thisuraueu com for the purmon School district, pose of providing suitable school buildings, furniture and apparatus for th's district?", and the clerk shall record the U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician answer "yes" or "no" as given by the Glasses fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. voter. It is further ordered that said elec tion shall be held at the present school house building on Lexington street in the city of Lancaster in said district on April 6th 1912 between the hours of I J JJ. ( I "WALTI5R. T1NSLEY, Surveyor. J. ri-'-j. J. Oakdale Herd of "Dabro" 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 silver. Guaranteed under U. S. Pure Food It will not only stimulate growth of s Suits at $25.00. Dresses at w 40- - 41 0. $11. !p2d. $35. y Sgm In a very choice collection of Taffetas, Foulards, Silk, Sefges, Charmeuse and Crepe Meteors. ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! Scratch and rub rub and scratch until you feel as if you could almost tear the burning skin from your body until it seems as if you could no longer endure these endless days of awful torture those terrible nights of sleepless agony. Then a few drops of D. D. D., tho famous Eczema Specific and, Oh! what relief! The Itch gone Instantly! Comfort and rest at last! D. D. D. Is a simple external wash that cleanses and heals the inflamed skin as nothing else can. A recognized specific for .Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt Rheum or any other skin trouble. We can give you a full size hpttle of the genuine D. D. D. remedy for $1.00 and If the very first bottle fails to give relief it will not cost you a cent. "We also can give you a sample bottle for 25 cents. "Why suffer another day when you can get D. D. D.? R E. McRoberts & Son iprfnVS $10.00 $12.50 $15.00 $6.00 to $10.00. d up. and Drug Act. THE SILORON MFG. CO. PUEBLO, COLORADO. In Silks, Serges, Mohairs and Novelties; also a charming collection of Novelty Serge Coats for Girls at For Sale. One Concrete Block s"sat 95c 98c In-man- y $1.25 $1.50 $2.25 o'clock p m and 6 o'clock p m and said trustees duly appointed A. R. Denny and G. S. Greenleaf as Judges Tom Wherritt as clerk, Geo. Smith Sr. Royal blood and splendid individuality. as sheriff to hold said election and, they Fall boars and gilts for sale. are hereby ordered and directed to hold said election at said time and place for J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. said purpose. Whereupon said Beazley moved the adoption of said resolution and J. B. Kinnaird seconded said motion whereup on same was unanimously adopted and passed by vote duly taken, all of seid Trustees voting for said resolutions. S. D. Cochran Ofnice over Logan's store. J. B. Kinnaird J. V. Elmore Residence Phone 75. Office Puone C. J. A. Beazley J. A. Amon An election is hereby called at the time and place and for the purpose set forth in foregoingthe resolution and order and notice thereof is hereby given All Work Guaranteed. S. D. Cochran Chairman Dr. J. B. Kinnaird Clerk J. W. Elmore J. A. Beazley J. A. Amon 1 Registered Ourocs DR. lYm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Ma- chine, porch outfit, fence post moulds, etc absolutely new. Will sell cheap if sold at once. Moores A. Rucker, Lexington, Ky. Care of Fayette National Bank. new and attractive styles of Ginghams, Percales, Galateas and Piques, all at prices much less than you can make them for. Silk Petticoats at $1.98 $2.98 $3.75 $1.98 Apparently So. Some genius has invented a guard to be affixed to automobile wheels to prevent the splashing of pedestrians. Would he rob the sport of one of its chief pleasures? Washington Post. M. K Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss A mold's Millinery. S Chemical Engine Now in use by the Lancaster Fire Department. In good condition, the very thing to have in a large country home or a small town. Call on or write L. E. HEREON, Chief of Police, Lancaster, Ky. In guaranteed Taffetas and Messalines. Dr. R. L. Pontius, Susses0"!? $1.00 $1.25 $1.50 Life Saver In a letter from Branch-lan- d, W. Va., Mrs. Elizabeth Chapman says: "I suffered from womanly troubles nearly five years. All the doctors in the county did me no good. I took Cardui, and now I am entirely well. I feel like a new woman. Cardui saved my life! All who suffer from womanly trouble should give Cardui a trial." E61 Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- In splendid styles of Ginghams and Percales Lancaster, ---- Kentucky Underwear to Please Every Woman Especially those who want something splendidly made and daintily trimmed. Gowns, Corset Covers, Combination and Drawers, Petticoats, Princess Slips, etc., also a special line of Drawers and Gowns for Children, ages 2 to 14, at very attractive prices. 4 uui Mowers of QUALITY. i Ware McRoberts. I WELSH Notice, e, & DANVILLE, WISEMAN KENTUCKY. 60. J. E. Robinson, UWYER aad COUNTY ATTORM. Take Has Million Of Friends. CARDUI Will Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Phone 194 Office over Police Court. On Sanity's Border Line. Experts can hardly define the thin All parties having accounts against line that separates the Insane from the estate of Ira Halcomb, of Bryants-vill- the sane. 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Its the bfest 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 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co We have moved to East Water street one and block East of Lexington avenue. All orders called for and Phone 340. delivered. one-ha- lf H H ft iiTHUtlTir . ill'M'rrrWLlI rrt"Hll rrtrUIII at R. E. McRoberts. - t im LUSTR 0F1NISH The Wife or Husband can work wonders with The who ukes pride in the beauty of the home it H ANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" "The Made To Walk on Kind" LAYERS AND Old floors can berefinished in Mahogany, Antique Oak or any color no matter what surface you have, if you work according to directions, which are simple and eu3y followed. "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" is alto used on all lands of Furniture and Woodwork in the home. This Finish does not fade and is absolutely durable, and on this you may depend. Many of the ladies derive pleasure u this work of beautifying their homes. 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