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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 29, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912032901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 29, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD -- PUHE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, MARCH 29, 1912. NUMBER 1. We Invite You To Attend Ouf Annual Spring Opening ! ) I J Friday and Saturday, March 29th, 30th, We will have on display Garments of Grace and Beauty in Suits, Coats J. li LJ One-PiecDresses in Newest Materials and Latest Models, ed Which we have justreceived from the foremost Garment makers in the East. This is an assurance of Exclusiveness in properly priced dresses and Costumes Be sure and see them. I The Joseph Mercantile Company, The Only Exclusive Ladies Outfitters In Lancaster. i I j J 1 " I For Sale; heifers. them. -- There arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dave C. Sanders on Saturday St night a ten pound youngster who is XiOST Saturday, March 2nd, a gold destined to divide the time with the brooch, with diamond in middle and "old man" which he has heretofore surrounded with pearls. Reward if re- been devoting to his candidacy for the turned to Miss Callie Adams, Lancaster nomination for assessor. Millinery Opening. Bell Decision Affirmed. Two full blooded jersey Fine stook, come and look at I. M. Myers. A New Candidata For Assessor. MRS. ELIZA FARMS HAS PARALYTIC Blood Money. Big K. of P. Meeting. pfrifrHJfelWfrlJlHllMfrMi.fMfrlji in STROKE. M The supreme court of the state of Washington has affirmed the decision of the lower court in the case of the Administrator of the late Judge W. Con. Bell against the Seattle, Renton and Southern Interurban Railway Co. in which a judgment was rendered Burch To Become Candidate. some time since for $17,500. The suit In a conversation with Mr. "VV. S. was the outcome of an accident which Burch, county attorney of Lincoln occurred on the defendants road on the county, recently that gentleman inform 31st day of April 1910, in which Judge ed the editor of the Record that he had Bell lost his life and Mrs. Bell sustainfully determined to enter the race for ed injuries from which she afterwards the Democratic nomination for Com- died. Mrs. Bell before her death monwealth's Attorney for this Judici- brought suit for $Io,000, and it was al District, and that he would make prosecuted by the guardian of her public announcement of his candidacy children after her death and a verdict in the near future. Mr. Burch has obtained which was appealed and the many friends in Garrard county who i appeal is now pending. Another suit will be pleased to learn of his for $35,000 brought by the children of Mrs. Bell for her death is now pending. Mrs; Eliza Farris suffered a stroke of paralysis Wednesday and as the Record goes to press she is in a critical conditionr Her entire body is affected, she is conscious and able- - to recognize her friends and speak to them, but owing to her advanced age scant hope is held for her recovery. Danville Tobacco Warehouses Close day. To- County Clerk J. W. Hamilton has received from the Auditor a check for $948.50 to be distributed among the farmers of Garrard county who sustained losses of sheep by the ravages of dogs during the year 1911. The amount received for tax during 1911, from which this fund is derived, will enable the payment of 100 cents to the dollar on all losses. Wants To Be Sure Of His Vote. A class of over 300 candidates were led through the mysteries of the Knights of Pythias lodge in Lexington last Friday night. The work was conferred by Gen. Fred Wheaton of Minneapolis, one of the supreme officers of the organization, and was witnessed by INSURED j over two thousand members of the order congregated from all over the "The Free a: Spring millinery opening Saturday March 30th., every one is cordially invited to attend. Special line of fancy tailored and ready to wear hats. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. state. Uncle Sam Nabs "Pottsy" the only insured Sewing Machine, also warranted for life. 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. Twenty-fiv- e " I President H. C. Bright of The ville Tobacco Warehouse and President I. M. Dunn of the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Company of Danville each announce that their respective houses will close for the season today, Friday. Both of these houses have had a splendid business during the present season, and it is in a measure due to the fact that they are in charge of two of about the cleverest gentlemen in Central Kentucky, men who stand always for a square deal for everyone. As long as Lancaster is without a Loose Leaf Market we are glad to see our Garrard county people patronize such institutions as the two Danville concerns. Dan- Senator George T. Farris came up from Frankfort Saturday and remained in town over court day. While here he filed with the county clerk and had put to record a declaration that he still claimed Lancaster as his home, and that his residence in Frankfort was only temporary. He did this in order that there might be no question as to his right to voe here. He filed a like declaration for Frank Wheeler. County Court-Mond- ay Deputy U. S. Marshal William Mayes came down from Ribhmond and relieved the local authorities of the presence of Fred Emerson, who was working out a long sentence for dabbling in the liquor trade. "Pottsy" as Emerson is known locally, will be tried before a U. S. Commissioner and doubtless held over, and when his final trial comes up in the Federal court will no doubt get a good stiff sentence, as he is an old offender. It s m i 2 li! Never MISS An Opportunity To & Save Money. was county court day and because of the fact of it being a pretty day and the ground, not in a condition to permit of any farm work be ing done, a large crowd was in attend-encThere was very little stock in evidence. Manager Ross of the stock yards reports about 30 head of inferior cattle, all of which changed hands in lots of from five to ten at the prevail-markprices for such offerings. Capt Ambrose Bourne reports a very poor demand for the cattle and other stock that was on the market. Capt. Bourne reports the sale of 55 head of sheep, the property of J. R. Ruble, to Sweeney Morgan at $5.30 per haad; 25 head of ewes with lambs for Mr. Chrisman of Boyle county to Bright Herring for $7.30 per head. He sold several head of plug horses for prices ranging from $50. to $80. .. et e. Believe me S our new line of I I LADIES EASTER SHOES. of the Many points of Superiority m contained in "The FREE" Sewing Machine. Sews Faster, Runs Lighter, Lasts Longer, Is More Beautiful, Ha3 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 Positive Needle (cannot be put in wrong) Short Needle, Rigid Feed (bearing directly under feed points) Positive Four Motion Feed (without springs) Shuttle Ejector, Shuttle, Six in Stand, Revolving Spool holder. g and Adjustable Bearings, Automatic Head head to stand, Automatic Drawer Locks, Automatic Lift the Simplest and Best. Ball-Bearing 7? Self-settin- shoes Ladies and oxfords are beautiful, let us fit you for Easter. Jas. W. Smith. To The Children of Garrard County. On the night of May 15th, there will be held a Declamatory Co.itest at the Court House in Lancaster. The winner of the young ladies contest will be awarded a beautiful necklace and the .vinner of the young men's contest will receive a gold watch. The conditions are: 1st. Contestant must be a resident of Garrard County. 2nd. A student in the schools of Gar Self-Threadi- ng Bali-Bearin- gs .H. Case-harden- 5V Latch-holdin- 2 HftSELDEN BROS. isi MrH DlMSisjgllilJlillljgjljj MMMWmi fe We have just secured another LARGE SHIPMENT of Ladies' Ready-To-we- ar NEW TER SUITS. EAS- Subscribe for The Record. Suits, Dresses AND COSTUMES from New York, which we will have on. display THURSDAY, FRIDAY, & SATURDAY, new Our Hart Schaffner & Marx suits A student of are just the rard forarethe past year.the 7th grade the equivalents. 4th. of thing for Easter titles of declamations contestants by must be Sdpt., Address J. you know the Lancaster, quality. Pursuant a the of Jas. W. Smith. Garrard Executivethe Ky., 3rd. above and All names and in April 19th. L. Riley, Ky. Republican Mass Convention. Ask Us For Prices - ON Buggies, Harness, Wagons, Stoves. Wire Fence, Ranges, Harjfows, Mowing Machines Cfc Planters, Washing Machines, Garden Plows, Gasoline Engines, Plows, Cultivators, Pumps, Rakes, Rope, Etc. Chains, March 28th, 29th and 30th comprising the very latest novelties of the season at PRICES LOWER than have ever been offered in Lancaster or any other town or city in Kentucky. WE CAN and WILL SAVE YOU MONEY. We invite comparison. -- Results Of A Little Extra Care. A few of the farmers of Garrard county are turning their attention to the producing of farm products to be disposed of to their neighbors and to the world at large for seeding purposes and the results have proven satisfactory beyond their most sanguine expectations. Especially has this been the case with seed corn and tobacco, and they have been deluged with applications from far and wide, could not begin to Blithe orders which they received. This fully demonstrates the fact that Garrard county can successfully cope with any county in the world in the production of farm products. It takes but very little more care and attention to bring the products up to the high standard of production which these gentlemen have reached, and we believe it wonld prove a source of additional revenue to all of our 'farmers to so cultivate their crops as to be able to pick out a certain amount for seeding purposes; this will not only bring an extra price, but it raises the standard of the remainder of the crop and makes it demand a better price in the j open market. to call duly made by Republican Committee County Republicans of Garrard county Ky. are hereby called to meet in Mass Convention at the Court House in Lancastei Ky. on April 6th 1912 at 1 o'clock P. M. and in the event that the Court House will not accommodate the crowd, a more suitable place will be secured in Lancaster Ky., the said place to be designated by the Chairman of the Republican County Committee for Garrard county, for the H. T Logan, . purpose of selecting sixteen (16) delegates and alternates to the state and district conventions, the said district convention to be held at Shelbyville Ky. op the 9th." day of April 1912 at 1 o'c'ock P. M. and the said state convention to be held in Louisville Ky on on. the 10th day of April 1912, for the purpose of selectfng delegates to the National Convention to be held in Chicago 111. on the 18th day of June 1912. for the purpose of nominating a Republican candidate for President to be voted for at the coming November election. The system of voting at the said Mass Convention shall be viva voce. W. C. WYNN, Chairman Garrard County Republican Committee. J. H. McQuerry, Secretary, Garrard County Republican Committee. Lancaster, Kentucky. W. J. Romans. - JSV ,Jt;-- - i - ill r nm i Horses clipped. Herndon & Walker. $15. Per Pound Is A Big Price For Subject Of Services. a. m. beginningjevening 7 p. m. ending Evory Tuesday night 7 p. m. Unions Brought. Bible study, thirty minutes. Bring If anyone has a doubt about Gar- question on S. S. lesson of next Sabrard county being the prize tobacco bath, S. S. teachers in all schools The Big Contest started off with a rush, and notwithstanding the fact growing county in the state, the fact that up to the time of the first count the contestants had but two days in which that 5 pounds of- tobacco produced here Tragedy At Harrodsbnrg. 10 worK, mey settled right down to work, each with a determination to win brought $15. per pound in Lexington On last Sunday morning at Harrods-bur- g one of the splendid prizes, one of the contestants taking a remarkable jump to last week should dispel it. The tobacco Chief of Police K. C. Smith was bring this unheard of price was a samshot in the arm, and Work house keep- upwards of 25,000 votes. This should by no means discourage the other canple taken from a crop raised by Mr. Ben. didates, or new ones from entering the contest, as votes are easily secured, Kelly, and for which he received be- er J. W. Davenport was shot in the side by Edward Moore, a young white and thi3 lead can be readily over come by a few hours persistent etiorts. More tween 24 and 25 cents per pound on the You and your friends are respectfully Lexington loose leafmarketThe follow- man, who then turned the weapon on new contestants are being nominated every day and by the coming of another ance. himself and blew out his own brains. count one of the latest entries may head the ing report sent to the Courier-Journlist. Chief Smith's wound is not of a serito attend our millinary opening invited Prisoners Go To Penetentiary. by their Lexington correspondent exAll of the contestants are urgently requested to call either at the Record ous nature, and the bullet which struck Deputy Sheriffs Curt A. Robinson, plains the high price realized for the Mr. Davenport entered just over the office, or at R. S. Brown's store in Lancaster, or Becker Ballard Co., in Thomas Ballard and Harry Tomlinson sample, and at the same time demons heart and ranged around to his back, and be instructed as to the best method of seenring votes. left last Saturday for Frankfort, con trates the fact that Garrard county but is not considered necessarily danveying to the penetentiary Allen Jones sends to market the best tobacco pro- gerous. Moore had, it is said, been LANCASTEI (col) convicted of the killing of Harri- duced in the state: full of mean liquor andjdope and was "The highest price ever paid for leaf son Preston, white, and sentenced to Name No Votes. No Votes Name to annihilate his family, when from 2 to 21 years; Chas Humber and tobacco was brought here and the officers were summoned, upon Sadie Anderson You will be entertained by music on the 11.246 1,000 Bessie Wilkerson Alvin Thomas convicted of malicious five pounds were sold at auction for their arrival Moore agreed to go to Jennie Rankin 1,500 1,000 Mattie Adams shooting at and wounding James Jones, ?75. The occasion was a sale of to- jail with them, but seizing an oppor- Nancy Johnson beautitul Krause Piano which is to be given 1,000 1,000 Talitha Bourne colored, and sentenced to from I to 5 bacco samples at the Heidelberg dinner tune moment, broke for the house and Eugenia Bourne 1 ,400 1,500 Jennie Cox away free to the one receiving the largest years and Dave Denny, colored, charg- given by the Commercial Club locked himself in, the officers being Virginia Bourne 1,000 1,000 Katie Mae Dickerson, toed with cutting Mote Kavanaugh, also The money laised from the sale of compelled to force an entrance with Lucile Schooler 1,000 1,000 Elizabeth Bryant number of votes. colored, and sentenced to from 1 to 5 bacco samples will be used to prepare a the above result. Pearl Ham 1,000 1,000 Louise Rice large sign to be placed near the Southyears. All of the above named were Ethel Estridge 1.000 Fanny Carpenter 1.000 Call and see their handsome Piano and convicted at the recent term of court. ern railroad depot proclaiming Lexing Honor Roll Eor March. LidaHill 1,000 1,000 Mrs. Phil Thompson They also took John Calico convicted ton the largest looseleaf tobacco mark1,000 Jewel Spoonamore Gracie Mae Cochran 1.500 learn how you can get one. Eleventh Grade. at a former term of court of the killing et in the world. The record price Marie Ballard 1,000 1,000 Eugina Dunlap Kate Holtzclaw, Frank Tinder, Mat- of Ervin May and sentenced to serve bundle was bought by Dr. Sam H. Hal- 1,000 Anna Walker 1,000 Bessie Layton ley. It was grown by B. F. Kelly, of tie Adams, Lily M. Sutton. from 2 to 21 years. Alline Thomas 1,130 1,000 OraPrather Garrard county. In all, $105 was Tenth Grade. Estes. raised by the auction." Beulah BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. Cotton, Mary Holtzclaw, Elizabeth Collier, Patsy Kinnaird. No. Votes Name No. Votes Name. Mrs. Margaret Estes died at the home New School Building. Ninth Grade. Mary Belle Halcomb 26,600 of her son Mr. Shipton H. Estes in this 1.000 Elizabeth Bryant Jennie Cox, Wood Wilmot. Ora Cecil Bowling The question of whether or not we 1,000 1.500 Mary Ellen Farley city at 3:30 o'clock Monday afternoon Bessie Swope 1,000 2,100 Mary Bruner ... and after funeral services by Rev. O. shall have a new school building with Prayther. Mae Powell, Iona Dunn. Eighth Grade. Bettie Bruner 1.000 1.000 Amie Montgomery placed at proper light heat and ventilation is to P. Bush, her remains were For Magistrate. Tom Marsee, J. Wade Walker, Sara May Montgomery 1,000 1,000 Maggie Montgomery in the Lancaster cemetery on Tues be submitted to the people of this disrest We. are authorized to announce day trict on April 6th 1912. The repre Wilmot, Mina Rankin, Mary EttaKing, Minnie Baker 1,000 1,000 Fannie Tomlinson afternoon at 4 o'clock. incorporated. John N. White as a candidate for Bratton, Kathrine Bourne, Lucy Campbell 1,000 1.000 Mattie Coulter The deceased was 79 years of age sentatives of the State Board Of Nannie j $1.00 a year. Magistrate, in the first district of Gar; Issued Weekly. Mamie Coulter 1,000 11,000 Osa Coulter to the infirmi- Health, the county Supt., and the Bert Embry. demise was Seventh Grade. rard county, subject to the action of and herold age. Shedue the widow of board of Trustees, after full investiga1.000 America Sherrow 1,000 Lula Graham was ties of Will Rice Amon, Sallie Cox, Georgia 1,000 GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. the democratic party. 1,000 Christine Moss the late John Estes and was numbered tion have come to the conclusion that Moss, Henry Brown, Nellie Cox, Mary Margaret Jenkins Lillie Leavell 1,000 1,000 She the present buildings are unsuitable Bettie Scott We are authorized to announce among Garrard's best women. Wood, Annie Powell. Ollie Crawford 1,400 Entered at the Tost Office in Lancaster, Ky., WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- had reared a large family, and had for these purposes and the present ......2,100 Hattie Duncan Sixth Grade. Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s Ophelia Montgomery 2,100 1,000 Eulah Montgomery lived to see all of them grow to the building has been condemned, and the istrate in the first district of Garrard Mildred Beazley, Val Cook, Ruth Blanch Stone 1,300 1,000 Mabel Rankin County, subject to the action of the estate of man and womanhood and to only solution is to build a new building, Carrier, Wilma Henry, Ralph Kentucky Press Association democratic partv. in order that the school children can Member Miss Gosney 1,000 Georgia Dunn 1,000 become useful and respected citizens in ows, James Siler, Annie Reid, and Lula Simpson 1,000 Mary Chestnut 1,000the respective communities in which get the benefits that are due them. We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n It is estimated on scientific investiga- Owsley, James Tinder. Bessie Frost 1,000 they dwell. Mrs. Estes was born in 1,400 Lura Jennings Eighth District Publishers League. H. Estes as a candidate for Fifth Grade. Flora Ruble 2,000 Pulaski county but came to Garrard tion that with our present buildings, Florence Christopher 1,000 George Swinebroad, Willie B. West, in the first district of Garrard with 1,500 her husband forty years ago, that 25 per cent of our school children Clay Miller, Bernice Champ, Mary Mattie Scott 1,000 RellaRuble Lancaster, Ky., March 29, 1912. county, subject to the action of the Lucy Jennings 1,000 Alice Scott 1,000 where she has since resided. Among will have defective eyesight, and that Davis, Bowman Grant, Clayton Mor- - Mmma democratic party. 1,000 Scott the children who survive her is Messrs a great many will be liable to contract row, Carrie B. Romans. Bernice Scott 1,000 Sudy Jennings 1,000 1,000 Essa Jennings We are authorized to announce Shipton H. and Frank Estes and Miss the common diseases frcm which huFourth Grade. Rates For Political Announcements Charles C. Becker manity suffers and from a health standLelia Barnett 1,000 Margaret Askins Mattie Estes of this place. 1,000 as a candidate for Mary Brown, Mitchell Tinder. point, many will be inflicted with such 1,000 Pattie B. Burk Nora Kaufman 1,000 5.00 Magistrate in the second district of and City Offices $ For Precinct Third Grade. Jennie Lane 1,000 Annie Osborne 1,000 10.00 Garrard county, subject to the action Boys Corn Clab Last Call For Members. diseases and it is calculated that at or County Offices William Embry, Martha Ward Clodie 5 per cent are liable to meet least 1,165 Speaks For State and District Offices.... 15.00 of the democratic party. Miss Jennie Higgins mlorms us Sweeney, Lucille Schooler, Eugenia 10 For Calls, per line that she has enrolled 55 members in with diseases, it is therefore impera- Moss, Stella Brown, Christine Brown, We are authorized to announce Tay10 For Cards, per line the Garrard county Boy's Corn Club. tive that we should have a new build- Walker Robinson, LaVerne Dickerson, lor T. Burdett as a candidate for MagFor all publications in the interOnly ten bushels of seed corn has been ing, to protect the health of our childistrate in the second district of Gar- allotted to this county; this amount ren. Under the proposed plan the new Elisha Carrier, Isabella Terrill, Eugene est of individuals or expresCochran, Ida Murphy, Henry Moore, rard county, subject to the action of would supply sion of individual views, per about eighty members building will cost only one thonsand Joel Cabell Ramsey. : : : ',.10 the democratic party. line and Miss Higgins would like to increase dollars per year and the interest on the Second Grade. bonds, without any material and pos05 per line Obituaries, the membership to as near that numFrances Grant, Anna Fay King, When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. The ax has fallen, Gov. McQreary sibly without any increase in present ber as possible. Cecil Henry. has voted several of the bills which Now listen boys, Miss Higgins al- rate of taxation. First Grade. Good For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered were before him for consideration, in- ready has six prizes with which to With such facilities as we have had ANNOUNCEMENTS Eugenia Dunlap, Yantis Embry, cluding the tuberculin bill which creat supplement the nice offerings made by for school purposes, we have seen our Henry Cox, Lillian Boyle, Mars Swineed more argument than any other the state to the contestants in the club property almost double in value and broad, J. R. Haselden, Lucille Beazley, I VOTE FOR Commonwealth Attorney. For may ex- Cassie M. Burnett, Hazel Champ, measure which has met with the ex- included in the prizes which Miss g with the proper facilities we has to offer is $25. in gold, a boys pect better results. Heretofore the Margaret Elliott. We are authorized to announce Emmet ecutive consideration; the bill sought to In Piano Contest. change the present method of examin- saddle, a fine bridle and she expects school has realized more than $3000. Puryear as a candidate for Common J. L. RILEY. SUPT. ing the dairy animals of the state for these prizes to supplemented by several per year from the Leavell fund and wealth attorney, subject to the action the presence of tuberculosis, and Gov. others by local merchants, a full list $2500. per year for the first year will of the Democratic party. McCreary held that the system now in of which and the manner in which they meet the expense and same will devogue was adequate and he could see are to be distributed will be published crease at the rate of $1000. per year on For County Judge. no benefit to be derived from the mak- later. principal and fifty dollars per year on ing of the proposed change. Send in your name and help swell the interest. It thus appears that we are We are authorized to announce ClayHe also vetoed the"anti-tippin- g bill" list to the required number. Some boy financially able without increasing, ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- which provided a penalty for tipping in Garrard county will win the big cash taxation to give our children the beneAT ty Judge of Garrard County subject to hotel and restaurant waiters and other prize, some boy in Garrard couty will fit of a new building, and all those inthe action of the democratic party. servants at public places. The Gover- win each of the other prizes, it might terested in education and the health held that a person had the right to be you, get in and try anyway. of our youth should unhesitatingly vote We are authorized to announce nor dispose of his money as he- - chose, and in favor of the Bond issue to give us a James A. Beazley as a candidate for that if he saw proper to tip a waiter or new and school building. SPRING OPENING. County Judge of Garrard county, subsome other person who had rendered ject to the action of the Democratic On Saturday March 30th, Confederate Soldiers To Receive Penhim a service, that was his affair, and party. the law should not intervene. we will be glad to welcome sions From The State. The Frost bill which provides a penalBEGINNING trie puDiic to inspect our Governor McCreary has appended For Sheriff. ty upon any one who acts as a in the purchase of liquor in, choice line of patterns and his signature to an act passed by the We are authorized to announce C. A. or the bringing into or firnishing liqu- hats. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Childrens hats a recent legislature which grants to ceror in dry territory, becomes a law by of the "Lost cause" under Garrard County, subject to the action default, the Governor failing to either specialty. The style shop, tain conditions, a pension of $10. per of the Democratic party. sign or veto it. month. Widows are also to profit by Clothing, Men's and Boy's Dry Goods and Ladies Furnishings, public square. We are authorized to announce the act. Capt. J. A. Doty tells us , Rella Arnold. Excellent and Reliable Brand. Newest Styles and Color Shadings. Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff "T R" whipped to a frazzle is the that he anticipates the filling of at of Garrard county, subject to the ac- news from the primaries held in New least six claims from this county, three Unique Afiair At Pajnt Lick. Fancy and Plain Blue Serges Suits. Ladies Ready Made Suits and Skirts. York on Tuesday. State Chairman tion of the democratic party. for soldiers who are living and three "Charles Jewell and Fannie Lee Wal for widows of those who have died. William Barnes Jr. claims that Taft Bordered Marquesettes, all colors. New Blues, Boys and Mens Grays and We are authorized to announce W. has secured 83 out of the 90 delegates lace will celebrate their 8th and 6th We give below a brief synopsis of d Chiffon Taffetas. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard and that Teddy must be satisfied with birthdays on March 20th, 1912. Tans in Variety. the measure Cheney Foulards. county, subject to the action of the a measley seven. Also a Doll Wedding will be held. Granting a pension of $10. per month Boys Knickerbockers. democratic party. Cordered Messalines. We invite you. At the convention held in Indianapoto all Confederate Veterans vfho have At Home, Paint Lick, Ky. Whipcords and Plain White Serges. lis the Taft people elected their four Extra Line Ties, Easter. been residents of the state since Jan. Both of these little folks were born 1, 1907 and who served For Assessor. delegates at large, and the Roosevelt Washable Marquesettes. for one year, Latest in Stetson Hats and others. people cried fraud and bolted, holding in the month of March, there being and to their surviving widows, providPlain and Striped Serges. We are authorized to announce Dave Newest Line Straw Hats. a "Rump convention" in the rear of nine days difference in their ages, so ed they were married previous to Jan. C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor Washable Corduroy. the hall, sending four delegates favor- they are holding a joint celebration. 1, 1890. Any one prevented from servFamous Emery Shirts. of Garrard county subject to the ac- ing Teddy. Linen Suitings. In response to the above invitation ing the required length of time beIndications are that Taft tion of the democratic party. Athletic and other Union Suits. Embroidered Flouncing. will have 18 out of 30 of the Indiana sent out to their little friends in the cause of sickness or injury sustained in community by Charles Jewell and Fan- the service is entitled to the benefits Trunks and Valises. Fringed Marquesettes. We are authorized to announce Mr. delegates instructed for him. nie Lee Wallace of Paint Lick Ky. of the act, and having attained the E. B. Ray as a candidate for the NomiRatine Cloth. Soft Shirts, collars detached. there gathered at the hospitable home age of 65 years places one on the Ollie James the big Congress-ma- n nation of Assessor of Garrard County, Ladies Soft Shirts, collars attached. the following children. Soft Shirts, collars attached. disabled list and subject to pension. subject to the action of the democratic elect from Kentucky just before his Ladies Tailorrd Waists. Andrew and Nancy Guyn, Lucile departure from Louisville for WashingNo person is entitled to a pension party. Seperate trousers. ton on last Sunday announced his pre- Estridge, Ruth Ross, Odessa Colson. who is capable of earning a livelihood Full Line of Trimmings. We are authorized to announce J. B. ference for Champ Clark for the Dem- Misses Geneva Rucker and Ora Esby manual labor, or by reason of know-led- e Big Assortment of Draperies in Cotton and Scrivner's Drawers. Collier as a candidate for the nomina- ocratic nomination for the presidency, tridge were the chaperons and helped Made to measure Suits for men. or skill in any craft, trade or Silk. tion for assessor of Garrard county, and that he would use his best efforts to make it pleasant for the children. profession, who has a net income of Full Line Childrens Shoes, in White, Tan and Spring Caps for Men and Boys. subject to the action of the democratic to place the Kentucky delegation Fannie Wallace had her dolls dressed $300. or more per year; who posrsses party. Black. her father played the property to the value of $2500., or who Boys and Mens Lowcut Shoes. among his followers. Ollie wields a big handsomely, wedding March and said the ceremony inany manner has his supyort or mainLadies Buckskin Shoes and Colonial Pumps. We are authorized to announce W. influence in KentucUkd his influence White, Tan, Gun Metal and Black. Wnole lot to the that made "Fred" and "Kitty" man tenance provided for. L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- is going to mean Long Gloves, Silk and Kid, all colors. and wife. Refreshments were served Inspection Solicited. The Governor, Secertary of State Inspection Solicited. or of Garrard county subject to the candidate whose cause he espouses at 2:30 P. M. after which some romps and Auditor shall compose the State action of the Democratic party. The vote on a constitutional amend- and plays by the children, good bye Pension Board, and their decision as to ment to allow the manufacture and were said wishing Fannie and Jewell the granting or rejection of claims For School Superintendant. sale of liquor in the large cities and in many more happy birthdays. shall be final. We are authorized to announce Miss such small ones as accept the provisApplications shall be filed in the Attack's School Principal. """ Jennie Higgins as a candidate for ions of the proposed amendment, was County Court in the county in which A severe attack on school principal, the claimant resides, evidence lost in the Maine Legislature by a vote School Superintendant for Garrard of county, subject to the action of the of 71 to 64, a two thirds majority be- Chas. B. Allen, of Sylvania, Ga., is character & C to be filed and heard in Full Assortment in all Lines Always on Hand. ing necessary to the carrying of amend thus told by him. "For more than open court, the Judge thereof sending .Democratic party. three years," he writes, "I suffered in- said evidence to gether with his recment If you want something new and up to the minute, go to describable torture from rheumatism, ommendation to the Pardon Board. Far Jailer. Insurance companies in the state liver and stomach trouble and diseased Payments will be made four times to announce Jack have filed a suit to test the constitu- kidneys. All remedies failed till j us- per year, August, November, February We are authorized Adams as a candidate 'for Jailer of Gar- tionality of the new "Insurance Law ed Electric Bitters, but four bottles of and May. this wonderful remedy cured me comrard county, subject to the. action of passed at the recent session of the The manner of making application, pletely." Such results' are common. securing evidence on claim and other the Democratic party. Thousands bless them for curing matters pertaining to the conduct of We are authorized to announce Dave In Cleveland O. in the Federal court stomach trouble, female complaints, the affairs of the Pension Board are to Rossvas a candidate for Jailer of Gar- six Dock companies and four railroads kidney disorders, billioushess, and for be conducted along lines similar to rard county, subject to the action of plead guilty of the charge of rebating new health and vigor. Try them. those in use by the Federal Govern x and were fined in the aggregate$123,000. Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. the Democratic party. ment. J Rural Teachers Salaries. Tobacco But That Is What Some Of Garrard County Production Next Sunday at Methodist church 11 First Week of the Contest Exceeds All Expectations. MILLINERY Opening. State Supt. Barksdalo Hamlett and Rural School Supervisor T. J. Coates in advising Miss Higgins as to the provisions of the recent school legislation said, among many other good things, that the rural teachers would be paid according to average attendance and merit and not upon the number of pupil children residing in the district, also the new compulsory school law applying to children between seven and thirteen has a heavy penalty, and will be the means of increasing the attend- - al Bry-antsvil- le, Saturday, Alarch 30. g to-nig- ht R. S. BROWN. ... The Central Record I - Mag-strat- e, - i - GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES n Hig-gin- I WEEKS OPENING te Batson's Store n en sur-yive- rs March 30th and Including April 6th, 1912. Two-tone- :- I WHITE ELEPHANT STORE. Lancaster, Kentucky. S Lancaster, Batson's. - Kentucky. t JiV , .i-JL- . .- - .. yrz-- l II - .- 111 fcl m mm - mm mm S?i-i4- l HS 'rvsras llllll p?jpl Slli PRi jH9HI iHBs JM 4H& 9H EH BS3H 19 JUSkPBSi h h h h h H "'fis-s- BRB i 5:1 ! 14. i? 111 (1 o9& ofta Ni NsigSMJ sa jsa ytt s D fJJ v TY To Be 4 A M JI E4 FRIZES Of Pianos Winning1 Contestants. Awarded to Th 15s 3X-(- P? B3 sk db' T ta"S?? ,e L Y jq:.T";y J 1 tfcjfiW BH,IJ7i""i'fl" "" !- -' ONE FREE R. Becker, Ballard & Bryantsvilie, Kentucky, AND Co, spn9 ow Would This eaxa S. BROWN, Lancaster, Kentucky, AND In Your Home? The Jr a - Sink is Qrvfu jA3 ' Central Record Will give Five Crand Prices jiuil to the P' e candidates v. ho ha c received the g ea'est n- mber of coupon otes by 4 p. m. September Erd, 1912 at which time the contet shali be declared offciallv doted' and all votes polled thereafter void. Address all correspondence regarding the contest to Contest Manager. 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 1912at which time 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. Candidates call at once and let us tell you how to get votes with Merchandise Due Bills and Jewelry Due Bills. 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 Piauo. 4th PRIZE. A due bill for $240.00 to apply as Krause $340.00 Piano. 5th PRIZE. A due bill for $230.00 to apply as Krause $350.00 Piano. 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 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 1st PRIZE. number of votes, A part payment on A part payment on A part payment on A part payment on A part payment on A part payment on A part payment on A part payment on A DO 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 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. Now On Display. Call and see this Beautiful KRAUSE PIANO, and let us tell you now to Win' one Abso- Ballot Box At Our Store. Piano Now On Display. Contest Started March 23rd and Will Close at 4 P. M. September 23rd. Ballot Box At Our Store, Piano Now On Display. Contest Started March 23rd and Will Close at 4 P. M. September 23rd. lutely FREE. ft . THE CENTRAL RECORD WILL GIVE ON EACH DOLLAR TURNED IN 1009 Votes on New Subscriptions, Candidates Call and Get Subscription Books. s 500 Votes On Renewals Or Back Subscriptions. Votes Good at Either of the Stores. J i t' . -.. w 't. ' .'aJ& -V -- - . - V y?. j -- fei ri .j i- -v " wBwa .- - ii Make the Easter LEI OS SAVE YOU MONEY ON YDU iCTD K '' Deposit of your receipts the srarting of an account n the Corrarcl Park & Y WM&Wm&l r ST. 2 rust Co. 'ilii c!,r money will be safe from ;e f r loss bj .i.ie6f any other cause Be as q ick as a hare in mak ing deposits and slow as a tortoise in useless spending. This time next year you'll have a balance you wouldn't believe possible. 1 We have a large stock on hand." Remember you are buying direct from the f t maker. We make a specialty of .Carriage Repairing and Painting. J The Garrard Bank &Trusl ompany. K 3MC I I- - Factory and Wareroom PRESTON 108-11- 8 Second St Danville, Kentucky. The Secret Is Out. Hortense Cavalla, was known as the most beautiful woman in Europe. It was common knowledge that a prince of the royal blood, heir to the throne of one of the oldest European countries was so enamored with her charms, that he had repeatedly offered to marry her and relinquish his king- z W&MMMWfm M$$MM'MWm : CARROLL 4383, NOTICE pins wa ..1X1 IJXiJLi VEV Turnpike Wire Drawn Tungsten ELBGTRI6 LAMPS. 3? n is S J. A horse that is distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the There were few better rings of colts seen in a ring this year than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky., by CARROLL PRESTON. He is by Preston 922, by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73, by Washington show ring. Denmark 64; 1st dam Baby Pence 7049, by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam by Carroll Preston is nomiFEE $25.00 TO INSURE. Almont Forrest. iihi UUI MW ?a FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong e light. SEASON-19- 12 nated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Kentucky. Also in service BUI' HALL. Will make the season of 1912 I HIGH CLOUD bert 3359, by Red Cloud 2197. FEE $20.00. horse with white markings 3334, High Cloud is a dark bay at my by Highland Gay 1149, by Highland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy LamStands 16 hands high and is full made. stable, 3J miles from Lancaster, on Lexington pike, at $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Bud Hall is 15 hands high, was sired by Hockaday's Rex Peavine. Has not had much handling but shows lots of action and speed. W. O. WALKER, Will make the season of 1912, Stanford. Rex Helton, 3404. at my stable at Marksbury, Kentucky, at $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. MADISON PEAVINE, 2889, at $12.00 to Insure. GARRARD PEAVINE, at $10.00 to Insure. . Also 1st dam Nell, sired by Mark Diamond Mark Diamond's dam was by Peavine 2nd dam Mollie, sired by McElroy.etc Season due when colt is foaled or mare is parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. Also at same time and place I will stand my big Jack, BEECHER MOR The Siloron Mf 'g Co. has been orgaGAN, at $10. to insure a living colt. nized to manufacture her famous recipe and they have termed it after the R. C. SCHOOLER, Lancaster, Ky. "ALABAS-TROL.- " properties it possesses, Bids will be received by Fiscal Court dom. of Garrard county, on APRIL 5th, 1912 She was the envy and despair of all the ladies of the court as the men had for repairing the following eyes for no one but her in her presence. Roads And while her figure and feature were beautiful it was the surpassing loveli- County, Kentucky, ness of her complexion which was her greatest charm. for the year ending December 30, 1912. Her skin was as white as alabaster, Quarries will be furnished by the smooth, and velvety of texture and her county on sections where county owns color rich and warm, quarries; where none is owned by county, contractor must furnish same. Said No Greasy Face Cream For Her metal shall be broken sufficiently fine to pass through a two inch ring at its Did She Use? greatest diameter. Said metal shall be That was the question so many peo- spread by contractor between ple were dying to know. Cavalla would not tell and others could not tell the secret, because they did not know. Just how a certain Chemist discovered her secret would make an interesting story alone, one we have not the 1912. space to tell; suffice it to say that money could not buy her famous recipe and one of the conditions was that it unless otherwise ordered by Supervisor having charge of work, and the breakshould never be sold in Europe where ing, measuring and spreading of said her envious rivals could obtain it. metal shall be under supervision of in Garrard 'iiii:cjsxxgx 1 STORMES DRUG STORE I m ki aM!cexxxxjM w. o. RMnev Funeral Director and Embalmer. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. - t II fl What October 14th and De Lancaster, Ky. cember 30th, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. She Used A Face Retenoid supervisor or deputy supervisor of district for which the work is done. Said turnpike roads are laid off as follows, to-w- it: Capital $50,000. Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- at same time and placo will stand my fine Jack REID at $10.00. See me for the pedigree of this stock or see cards. MARK GOINS, Marksbury, Ky. Nigger. Black Jack with mealy nose, 5 years old, 15 hands high, fine breeder and great individual. A Jack of fine bone and action. Will stand at $10. to insure a living colt. Public Sale! OF I will sell at auction at my farm at Buena Vista, Garrard County, about 300 head of Horses, Mules, Cattle, Sheep and Hogs on Live Stock. IDiSMI J APRIL HORSES. Sri At 10 o'clock a. m. Why use face creams if you only offBlack Jack with white points, 8 years set their beneficial properties a momold, 15f hands high, fine breeder' and ent later through the application of great individual. A Jack of fine bone skin drying face powders of often and action. Will stand at $10. to insure doubtful origin? Powders blow off, i soil your clothes and give your a living colt. face a Will also at same time and place chafed appearance at once indicating their use. Ky., stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. to Tis not so with Alabastrol, it is rubinsure a living colt. bed into the skin much as you would a All will stand at W. P. Deshon's farm on the Crab Orchard pike 5 miles cream (only after its use you won't Mares need, any creams) and in a few seconds from Lancaster, Kentucky. grazed at $2. aer month. Care taken the beneficial and essential oils are abto prevent accidents, but not responsi- sorbed by the skin and presto ble should any occur. Now Note The Skin Buck Varnon. The story told above is true in every particular with the single exception of the famous European Beauty's name as she does not want newspaper notoriety. Alabastrol is something entirely new; not a face powder, neither a lotion, nor a Cream. Yet possesses the property of all to a more intense degree accomplishing far better results in a shorter space of time. District Fol, Sec. 1 Stanford pike from Lancaster to county line with rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from Lancaster to Fork church with rock. Sec. No. 3, Sugar creek pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. 4, Buckeye pike from Lancaster to McCreary with rock. Sec. No. 5. Crab Orchard pike from Lancaster to O. B. Perkin's spring with rock. Sec. No. 6, Old Danville pike from double toll gate to Dix River with gravel. Sec, No. 7, New Danville pike from double toll gate to Dix River with gravel. District No. 2, Sec. No. 1; Lexington pike from Fork church to Dix River and C. M. Jenkins, residence with rock. Sec. No. 2, Lexington pike from C. M. Jenkins to Kentucky river bridge with rock. Sec. No. 2, Bryantsville and Sugar Creek pike, entire pike with rock Sec. No. 4. Bryantsville and Cane Run pike entire pike with rock. Sec No. 5. Buena Vista and Kentucky River pike, entire pike with rock. Sec. No. G from $ C. Poindexter's shop to I. M. Dunn's gate with rock. DiPtrict No. 3, Sec. No. 1, Buckeye pike from McCreary to Buckeye post office, with rock. Sec. No. 2, Buckeye pike from Buckeye post office to Stotts store with rock. Sec. No. 3, From Stott's store to Kentucky river with 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 schooj house to Scotts Fork church, with rock. Sec, No. 6, Poor ridge pike 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-loe- 's gate to Ed Walker's gate with rock. Sec. No. 3, From Ed. Walker's gate to Madison county line, with gravel Sec. No. 5, Crab Orchard pike from O, 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 A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, As3't Cashier. R. T. Embry, r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. 11. Elliott, Directors. Stormes, S.-- ; 2 RD M iUi5&&&s& WiViinrlr--- . - 1 Bay Harness Gelding, this horse shows lots of speed; 1 Bay Saddle Horse, splendid walking horse; 1 coming fancy marked Filly; 1 coming Bay Colt, saddle bred; 1 coming Bay Colt; 1 Harness Gelding, can step a 3 minute gait; 1 Sorrel Gelding by Montgomery Cheif, very gentle, anyone can drive him. Trot-ting-bred MULES. 1 Mare Mules, 15 hands high; 1 pair of coming pair of coming old Horse Mules, 15 hands high; 1 Mare Mule Colt; 1 pair of coming Horse Mules, 14 hands high CATTLE: 1 Heifer Calf, 8 months old; 6 head of e 7 months-ol- d Jersey Heifers; 2 good red Steer Calves, good ones; 1 thin btock Heifer; 1 yearling Jersey Heifer; 1 Spotted Milk Cow, extra good one, fresh or just ready to be; 1 extra good Jersey Milk Cow, will be fresh Apnl 20; 1 extra good Jersey Milk Brindle Cow, hard to beat for milk and butter, Cojaow fresh; I 'fresh on April 8th; 1 Cow, giving milk, calf ready to wean. Short-hor- extra good n high-grad- . SHEEP: head of extra good black faced Ewes with extra fleece wool on every one; 6 pounds to the fleece and about 60 lambs with .them, and some eight or ten Ewes yet to lamb. This is the best bunch of sheep and Iambs in the county, age is 2 to 4 years; 3 extra good 2 and 3 year old Bucks. CO HOGS: 15 head of 180 pound fat Hogs, 15 head of fat Hogs, 10 head of Stock Shoats, 10 head of 80 pound Stock Shoats, 10 head of Stock Shoats, 10 head of Stock Shoats, 9 head of nice young Duroc Sows due to farrow in April, 7 head of .extra good Brood Sows of which lf will have pigs by day of sale and the remainder due to farrow about the 15th of April. Remember this will be an absolute sale to the highest bidder. Postively some other man will own this stock after aay of sale. TERMS: Most liberal and will be announced on day of sale. Don't fail to' attend this Auction Sale of Good Young Stock, everyone money " makeis. Remember the day and hour. Wednesday, April 3rd at 10 o'clock a. m. Yours, anxious to do business. 140-pound 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 We do not claim that all can possess the beauty' of Cavalla but we do claim A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 151 that any one may obtain a beautiful hands high, Jieavy mane and tail and complexion by us5ng Alabastrol. excellent carriage. Now remember our claims are not Hill Squirrel was sired by Ches- the origination of a fertile mind as the ter Spuirrel, he by Chester Dare and Siloron"Mf 'f Co. is incorporated under ed he Black Squirrel. His dam the laws of the State of Colorado and Squirrel. that Alabastrol is guaranteed under the He will make season of 1912 at my U. S, Pure Food & Drug Act to contain barn about 1$ miles on new Danville nothing but the purest ingredients, pike at and is manufactured under modern and hygienic methods. $10. to Insure Living Colt. Alabastrol is healing and antiseptic in effeet, and though it has been on the market but a short time everyone . who has used it says it is "The Most This pony isA years old, spotted and Perfect Complexion Beautifier and a good individual, 48 inches high and a . Mail Orders from all over the country finejsaddle pony. He will make the are pouring in. season t $10.00 to Insure a living colt. We send "Alabastrol" in plain wrap- Sire, Black Button one of the highest per to any address in the U. S. on reacting ponies in Kentucky. 1st dam ceipt of 50 Cent Silver. White Betsy the finest saddle pony in The Siloron Mfg. Co. Kentucky. - W. P. Deshon. Hill Squirrel. ;ij-'-Jfih,r ' -- tTlti rUflnrT .- j5? ' C----" by-R- Diamond Dick. Have Your cards Made J gravel. The bids will be on Sections, but bidder will not be restricted to one sec uon. bam Dias snail roe sealed ana 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 tne name or his proposed surety or sureties. The bidding shall be per rod 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 April 5th, 1912. The Fiscal Court reserves the right to reject any and all bids. CLEVELAND BOURNE, Co'. Early. We are better prepared than ever before. GIVE US A CALL. one-ha- Also at the same time and place I will Pueblo, vj Colorado stand my fine big Jack, Young John Morgan 3705 Young" John Morgan 3705 was sired by old John Morgan and was out of an imported registered Jennet He will make the season of 1912 at TpIfuRS and nay best market prices. We are dealers; established in 1856; and can do BETTER for you tn?n agents or commission merchants. References any bank in Louisville. Write for weekly price list "We tell you how. 227-29-- MUNfcY jr A.vraw - Vt-i;- - - Wfeft $10. to Insure Living Colt, Lien retained on all colts for the n money. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible" should any occur. sea-Bo- The Central Record. INCORPORATED. . && J- f - -- A. T. SCOTT, w PUENA YI?TA, KY. -- M. SABEL A, SONS & 33 E Hartal St IWISTIUE, ueaiers in purs, uwts, wool. KY. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, i J.Ts RAINEY. Supervisor of Roads for Garrard V tir n,- T - - .;'".-- Wv . ' 9. V a i & jszzul & aft-.-- ,. '"V v- - 6 A A J X Gossip About . R. E. McRoberts and daughter Miss Lottie May McRoberts, Misses Jana 1 and Mary Doty, and Mr3. An Innovation.. I a - We i-- 2 MER' TA l g TV l I I 9 A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In. ( FE N CE It , Floyd Swope of Lexington is here for a visit. Misses Jane and Mary Doty were in Danville Tuesday. Miss Lilly Henry spent Sunday in Kirksville with her parents. Miss Fannie Bishop is reported qnite sick at her home on depot street. Miss Elsie Zimmer left Tuesday for a short visit to relatives in Cincinnati. J. L. Francis was in Lexington Friday and Saturday for the K. P. meeting. SPECIFICATION A: The Fence with the Heavy Stays Mr. H. T. Logan has added to his largo sto:k of clothing- and esnts fur- Mrs, E. H. Ballard and aaugnter r,jshing a complete line of iadiea 'ready ' Miss Mayme Lee Ballanl aro at lionielt,w,,n,,1." ,,;.., k., ' ,1,;1 :., after an extended stay in Southern found the latest styles in ladies apparel Georgia and Florida, they were the and which is drawing ladies to his store guests of Miss Mary Hunter in Quit- - He has these goods on disDlav this mon, Ga., and of Miss Camilla Stenins week and cordialjy invites the adies 0f Q m Valdosta, where they were exten-- , the town and count to come and n sively entertained as the honor guests spect them. nt a number of veiy elaborate social & W.B. Burton IU. functions. They also visited Hampton Springs, Jacksonville, St. Augustine Mr. W. B. Burton returned from a home short business trip to North Carolina and Sanford Fla., and ttji stopped a few days in Atlanta and last Saturday and has since been conChattanooga. fined to his room at the Kengarlan with a mild attact of nneumonia. his left lung being slightly affected. He ' Notice is improving rapidly and will be out in Suit will be filed against all parties a short time, provided no complications oweing school taxes 1910 and 1911 on arise. Miss Wilkie. a trained nnra ' about April 15 1911, please call and from Lexington is attending him. settle same and save cost. E. W. Harris, Tres. 3t. Should Be In School. J. M. Mount. ,,, i nn ' w en-rou- te "Elisa. Sell the Best Goods at the lowest prices? Do the best work at the most reasonable luonn Bros prices? Have C7 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 Ask us. Oliver, John Deere and Syracuse Plows. Hoosier and John Deere Corn Planters. Clarks double cutting Disc Harrows. Single Disc and Smoothing Harrows. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. We Write Any Kind of MMiMMf. mm&MM U U & - 1 W S 1 caster, Kentucky, at ? 1 " JlfMBrMl:SJl:rlIlTrMfrMl ; Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance S5 W O o H- -l w !i V u Hartford, Aetna, National lglJSiJlJlJ(ljgMjgJErr . glHJlIiilJiJlilJ Col. Jack Chinn of Harrodsburg was Mrs. Jesse Arnold of Frankfort in town Monday minclinjr with the came Saturday for a visit to her mother court day crowd and presenting his (Pk Mrs. Ella Bettis. claims for the Congressional nominaMm on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone or call Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunn and children tion in the eighth district. To a Reof Lexington are here visiting Mr. and cord representative he remarked that Mrs. J. D. Gulley. "his hat was in the ring" and would Mrs. George M. Patterson of the stay there to the end, that he was W&M&M&WMMMMI& Crab Orchard Sanitorium is at home never known to be a quitter, and was State Enginees Here. & for a months stay. too old to begin. He said that he Prof. E. H. Mark, State Sanitary would make formal announcement of Engineer, was in Lancaster this week Mrs. J. S. Johnson'JSr., has returned his candidacy through the press of the and appeared before the City Council from Richmond after spending several district within a very short time. to give them his views on the proposed days with relatives. extension to the local water Dlant. Mrs. Mit Ross and Miss Ethel Mens Forward And Religion. Prof. Mark gave it as his opinion that Q of Paint Lick were shopping in '"Team No, 2."assigned to Lancaster the very best thing we could do wouM Lancaster Satuday. in the interest of the above movement, be to increase the capacity of the lake to Mrs. Alex Robinson will go to Stan- and composed of six prominent Louis- now in use and to increase the capa- ford this week for a visit to her daugh- ville gentlemen, who have deeply at city of the filter. He says that the ter Mrs. J. B. Paxton. heart the uplifting of their fellow man, method of filtering in use here is the ' Mrs. Allen Taylor of Madison county were in Lancaster last week and held most satisfactory one known, both was the guest for a week of her daugh- six very interesting services, two at from a sanitary and every other point, the Methodist, two at the Baptist and and that the trouble with our filter is ter Mrs. A. F. Sanders. two at the Christian churches. Be- -' that it is entirely too small for the Mrs Mary May has returned to her cause of the extremely disagreeable j work demanded of it. Prof. Mark is home in Enfield, 111., after a visit to weather the services were not as well connected with the State Board of her daughter Mrs. Woods Walker. attended as they would have been under Health and his visit here was wholly more favorable circumstances, but gratuitous, and the advice which he Mrs. Emma Higginbotham returned would permit, gave was entirely disinterested. Prof. t x Friday from a protracted stay with her whenever the weather good crowds were present to hear the Mark was formerly principal of the niece Mrs. Joe Elder near Danville. 9 very interesting talks made by the vis Public School of Louisville, and is a by gentleman of wide experience especialA. M. Kinnaird of Middlesboro came iting gentlemen. , 11 o'clock a. m. SHARP. The object of this widespread move ly in the matter ot the providing of Wednesday Tor a visit to his sisters The Convention is called for 1 o'clock, so you must M Mrs. Maria Kirby and the Misses Kin- ment is to interest the laymen of the sanitary appliances and the installing various churches in the welfare of their of modern water plants. w come early to be in the count. Don't try to do a half day's M naird. fellow men, to teach them ways and Elder F. M. Tinder left Thursdr y to means by Prominent Men Speak. which they may be of assiswork befote you start- - Urge all Roosevelt Men in your Not but be in attendance at the Missionary tance to those who need to be proffered Prof. Barksdale Hamlett, State neighborhood to come, enjoy the day with us and vote for Exposition which convenes in Cincinspirtual advice and assistance, to teach Sup't of Public Instruction and Prof. nati, this week. four more years of Roosevelt Prosperity. them to intelligently endeavor to lead T. J. Coats, State Superintendent of Let you Mrs. Dudley Barbee and little son to Christ some person who perhaps for Rural Schools, spoke at the court house Dudley Jr., of Indianapolis are guests some reason would not be reached by Tuesday evening in the interest of the of Mrs. Barbee's uncle Mr. R. H. Bat-so- n other means, and to offer new ideas proposed issue of bonds for the purpose and family. and new thoughts for those who are of erecting a new school building in laboring or who wish to labor in His Lancaster. A large crowd was out to 1SHfgM?gIli Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collier left cause. Tuesday for their home in Fork Ridge hear the distinguised speakers and The visitors met flth a most cordial their addresses proved very interesting. Tenn, after a protracted visit to Mr. reception, both from the ministers of Both of the gentlemen advocated the and Mrs. J. B. Collier. Co the various churches and the citizens of Mrs. James M. Staughton returned the entire community, and they left erection of a large and commodious Monday to her home in Covington af with a feeling that it was good that school building, one that would be B. F. HUDSON, President. ter several weeks visit to her mother they came, and all who were so fortu- capable of accomodating the pupils for J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. many years to come, regardless of inMrs. H. A. B. Marksbury. nate as to be able to attend the services crease in the patronage of the school ORGANIZED 1SS3. George D. Mesdames Robinson, are equally as glad to have had them or its proportions. Prof. Hamlett Lewis L. Walker, Misses Nancy Wal- with us, and feel that their visit will paid a nice compliment to the intelliw ker and Martha Kavanaugh were visi- prove productive of much good. gence of the community and the variWe a of tors in Danville the past week. ous advantages which the community OF LANCASTER, KY. Conference For Education In The South. enjoyed in the way of improvements, Misses Blanche Hamilton and Carpolicy CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. "The Conference for Education in but said that the school building was rie Boulden of Nicholasville have reyou to ses- entirely out of keeping with the returned home after spending a week as the South will hold its 15th annual W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. mainder of the city. He advocated the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan sion in Nashville, Tenn April policy. In this Conference leading educators, the voting of bonds to the amount of W. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. r. Ballard. J. J. Walker, Jr., statesmen, editors, lawyers, physicians $50,000 and erecting a school building Miss Bessie Singleton who has been preachers, farmers, merchants, manu- second to none in the state in cities visiting her mother Mrs. Annie Singleas ton in Millersburg has returned to facturers, public spirited and thought-me- n the size of Lancaster. and women from all professions Bryantsyille to open a spring school and Garnett Kemper. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Estes. PAINT LICK, KY. R. G. Woods. from all walks of life, meet to disApril 1st. cuss in a broad, practical way the funLewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. A telegram received here by her parMiss Helen Patterson who has h.een damental problems of education and Tornado as in school ents on the 26th brought the at Williamsburg is at home life in their application to conditions in igence of the death of Mrs. sad intellOllie W. position Of Clay. to take &a N. depot.with her father at the Southern States, be such speakers Estes in La Pryor Tex. Owing to the She began work On the program will the L. great distance, it is impossible for us on Monday. as Pres Robt C. Ogden of New York to give the details of the funeral arMrs. A. H. Rice left Monday for her City; Hon. Walter L. Fisher, Secre- rangements, but her remains will arJBIHilBtHilBlElBiEtllgjli home in Richmond, Ind., she was ac- tary of the interior; Count J. H. Von rive here the latter part of this week, companied by her mother Mrs. H. A. Bernstoff. Ambassador from the Ger- and after services at the home of her B. Marksbury who. will make her a man Empire to the United States; Dr. parents at Hyattsville, will be interred Walter H. Page, Editor of the World's in the Lancaster cemefery. visit of several weeks. Joukheer J. London, Minister from the The deceased, was a daughter of Mr. The Woman's Club held its regular Netherlands to the United States; Dr. and Mrs. John Meadows of Hyattsville, midweek session Wednesday afternoon Jno. L. Coulter, specialist in Aencul- buys with Mrs. T. J. Price presiding and ttiral Statistics: Hon. Jos. W. Rnilou she was 26 years of age; and was a ,7, most attractive " ' and popular young ably discussing "Edward Everett Hale u. s. senator irom xexds; non. .Bradof good woman. She was married to Mr. Ollie and His Contemporaries." ford Knapp, Director of Form Demon- W. Estes on the 30th day of November coming Mrs. James B. Kinnaird and sons stration Work and many others of the 1910, but her married life was destined Robert and William left Thursday for most nottd men in the world. It is to be of short duration, for she was For our Lumber goes farCincinnati, Mrs. Kinnaird goes to be doubtful if a stronger program has ev- stricken with that dread destroyer, M present at the "Missionary Exposition er been presented at any other Confercon sumption and despite the loving care III ther and lasts longer than ence in this country. orThe World" in Cincinnati. and attention of loving parents and four times the poorer, un There are no fees ofjany kind. Every husband, of Mr. J. Raymond Haselden the popshe grew rapidly worse; she III body is gladly welcomed. The railroads to Texas in the hope that a ular hardware merchant gave a sum- - have given seasoned kind. The next time you need Lumber of any a rate of one and! one half was taken nfiinna liivftirlair ilinnoi of Vila Vtnrn am change of climate might prove benefikind from beams to shingles, try ours. We will both gain cen.ff n the certificate Monday to a number of his friends. f?re pl"S. ? .plan. Tickejs will be on sale from cial, but it was unavailing, and after ' The happy occasion was also to celeMarch 30 to April 15, inclusive. For but a few months in her new home the by the operation. brate the 18th, marriage anniversary further information in regard to local disease proved fatal. Besides her husof Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haselden. arrangements address A. E. Booth band and parents, she is survived by four brothers and two sisters and a Mrs. Logan Wood of Danville will Nashville. loss. & give an elaborate course dinner on Sat-- 1 A large delegation from Kentucky host of friends who mourn her.sr . 4 T ni.nn4-nnM11TTinr llt1oTr Tkn should attend this Conference. Money to loan on real estateLsecurity. will accept Mrs. Wood's hospitality:! T. J. Coates, Supervisor of Rural H. Clay Kauffman, Grd.,forW. P. " Mesdames M. D. Hughes B. F. Walter Schools. Lakes: Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY &l COLLIER esse: INSURAN C Special Term In Lincoln. Mrs. E. E. Daniel and Miss Annie May Perkins spent Tuesday in Stan Judge Chas. A. Hardin is utilizing ford. the vacation period between the holdJudge Lewis L. Walker and wife are ing of circuit court in this and Boyle spending a few days in Cincinnati this counties by holding a special term of the Lincoln Court in Stanford. This week.! action was deemed advisable by Judge Miss Grace Helen Patterson of the in to get rid of the conWilliamsburg Institute is at home for Hardin order gested dockets in that county. a stay. Judge Tartar Speaks. Mrs. J. B. Paxton of Stanford visited her mother Mrs. Alex Robinson the Judge Roscoe Tartar of Somerset past week. spoke to the republicans of Garrard Mrs. Escar Taylor of Ruthton has county at the court house Monday afbeen the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. ternoon in the interest of the candidacy of Theodore Roosevelt for the A. F. Sanders. republican presidential nonination. Miss Virginia Conn and brother He was greeted by a fairly good auJames Conn of Wilmore are here vis dience. He went from here to Daniting relatives. ville, where he spoke at night. Judge Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard is spending a Tartar is enthusiastic in the cause of week with relatives in Nicholasville his candidate and predicts that his own and Lexington. district, the eleventh, will go for Miss Frankye Kauffman is in Rich- Roosevelt. mond for a visit to her cousin Miss Van Greenleaf. Col. Chinn In Town. i We notice a good many children between the ages of 7 and 11 years upon the streets of Lancaster during school hours. State Sup't. of Schools Ham-le- tt says that there is a heavy penalty for failure to send children of school ages to school, and some fine morning the parents of these youngsters who are roaming the streets will find themselves haled before the court and a C fine administered for their failure to observe tie provisions of the law. Early Morning 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 etcT, and get their prices on any work you may want done? Fire. ' save either the building or its contents, but the fire department did splendid service in saving adjacent property, Marksbury 'y large warehouse being only a few yards distant from the burned property. Mr, Brummets residence was in connection with the store, he lost his furniture and household goods, together with a stock of goods valued at about 900. He car ried $500. insurance on his stock and 200. on his furniture. The building was the property of Mr. F. B. Marksbury, and he carried no insurance. On Wednesday morning the grocery store of Mr. D. T. Brummet near the depot was discovered to be on fire, and such headway had the flames gained defore Mr. Brummett could summon assistance that.it was impossible to era np us D O i nCnO Lancaster, Ky. Kfilf UtaOllr" Es-trid- ge i!OTffi,P!llilte!if t33ig3S3 The Garrard County Roos- I s evelt Club will entertain its members with Burgoo and a Brass Band, at Lan- I ; $ j ' fipril 6th I s n i o 0 5 IVIDENDS -- 8 o are paid 1 1 8 1 Neatly PAPERED Rooms 1 i Garrard County Roosevelt Club. I 1 in dollars and cents, in satisfaction and comfort. us show our new line. I I R. E. McRoberts & Son. $M m imifrSlMjni Attention Farmers. make your needs and specialty especially adapted for your write a property. It will pay investigate our special ze Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- KEMPER Fire. Hail. C& WOODS, Insurance. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. o Hartford, Henry I We Carry Lumber "GLEN LILLY" the that makes the man I who it proud ment in and uses judg here. It is easy for the housewife when she makes bread from the products I Garrard Milling Co. Lancaster, Kentucky. I Lancaster jl Lumber & M'fg Co. mSmMMMfMMmMmm " rep .? i . - K.3Z tW! .ase y&grt Vi -- " - r- ViT- niMknaatinikMtMkan I000000600000 POOOOOOQ OOOOOOOfrOOOO' Having bought the crop of - com of The site, is an. Ideal one, oeing Many otherwise beautiful wqme.n J. Fleece Robinson we have selected high and well shaded and cenneglected by nature with The public statement of a Lancaster 100 bushels for seed. Any one wishing dpaco below thlB heading Is for the exclu- have been sive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for a lack of glossy, lustrous, dark Eye- citizen is in itself 'strong proof for to buy may have same for $1.50 per trally located. Lancaster people, but confirmation bushel. the sale of stock, grain and eucu things ou brows: many Blonders of True Water Supply Garrard Milling Co. "I refused to be operated ARE YOU GOING? farm as the farmer cannot afford to adverwith beautiful eyes cannot strengthens the evidence. The water supply is obtained from 1 am going to the Three Chair Shop on, the morning I heard No notice will be accepted over four tise. Here is a Lancaster citizen who tesNotice, two cisterns both ot which are carefully Hues, nnd will be only in two issues of the show them off to an advantage through to get my Face and Head Changed about Cardui," writes Mrs. tified years ago that Doan's Kidney lack of dark, heavy, lustrous eyebrows. All parties having accounts against guarded from surface drainage by an where you don't have te wait a minute. Record, free of charge Elmer Sickler, of Terre To meet a universal and pupular Pills relieved weary kidneys and now the estate of Ira Halcomb, of Bryants-villelevation above the sorrounding surface Richmond Street. For Sale:-30- 0 good locust post. J. H. demand among the fair ex we have states the result was permanent Can CarHaute, Ind. "I tried Ky. to present same, properly One of the cisterns has no filter at all Thompson, Preachersville, Ky. HENRY DUNCAN after. much .experimenting produced ,a any.sufferer from kidney ills, askbet-- proven, to J. D. Halcomb, Burgiri, yr antLthevother inadequate, filter dui, and it helped me Compound termed 4 'DABRO". consist tef proof? You can investigate. The and all parties owing thesaid Ira Hal- that has not been operated properly in The Old Reliable Barber. Mr. William Leonard representing greatly. Now, I do my own case is right at home. . comb, Deceased will please come d that it allows at its bottom water to Stewart, Saunders, Bell. &-- . Company, ing' of harmless Organic. Substances, washing and ironing." George Wright, carpenter, Stanford drain back into the cistern from the and pay same at once. of Louisville, purchased two car loads Essential Oils, Balsame, etc., yielding St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "I willingly by our process a stiff emulsion which top of the cistern and the contents of J. D. Halcomb, Admr. of cattle from Mr. Jacob Robinson this will stimulate growth of the eyebrows connrm an mat 1 said in 1908, praising E63 the filter have not been changed for a week at $6.25 per hundred. The lot Cupids Capers. and darken them to the desired shade. Doan's Kidney Pills. They do all that number of months, thus allowing both 1250 pounds per head. average about Physician and Surgeon. is claimed for them. I suffered a great Advocate. J. H. Hensley aged 33 and Carrie supplies of water to become contaminat Take Harmful Eyebrow Pencil. deal from my kidneys and back. Pains Ledford" aged 19, both of the Paint ed should there be an opportunity from LANCASTER, KY. A Fierce Night Alarm. Should be discarded as they only through my loins extended to the sides Lick section, and Squire Underwood the roof and gutters. Residence Phone 220. Office Phone 6. is the hoarse, startling cough of a child tend to envelope your hair with a film and over the kidneys. I used Dean's aged 22 and Bertha Ethel Luster of The Closets. Kidney Pills and my kidneys became Woman's Tonic suddenly attacked by croup. Often it of greasy matter, preventing access of The closets are not properly construct mcitman, secured marriage license on aroused Lewis Chamblin of Manchester fresh air and thus to your detriment normal and the pains stopped." the 19th and 20th respectively. The ed and permit the breeding of flies and mild, tonic Cardui is a For sale by all dealers. Price 50 first couple were 0.,(R. R. No 2) for their four children serve the opposite purpose for which married at Hackley open the way for typhoid fever, hookn remedy, purely vegetable, cents. Co., Buffalo, and the last named were greatly subjected to croup. "Some you had intended them namely, beauat the home of Mr. worm and other intestinal diseases to LIVERY, New York, sole agents for the United and acts in a natural manJohn Eason in the Bryantsville neigh- be spread. times in severe attacks," he wrote 'we tifying yourself. borhood, both ceremonies being perabsolutely States. more modern, A were afraid they would die, but since ner on the delicate, womanThe Building. Remember the name Doan's and formed on the 20th. mediwe proved what a certain remedy Dr. harmless, hygienic and effective ly constitution, building The structure is a two story brick take no other. Stanford Street. King's New Discovery is, we have no um is. up strength, and toning up having a frontage (exclusive of the Time To Get Busy. fear. We rely on it for croup and for LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. "Dabro" the nerves. In the past 50 The robin is abroad in the land, the end on the north which is not used for coughs, colds or any throat or luug BUCKEYE. It will not only stimulate growth of song of the blue bird greets you on school purposes) of about 88 feet the years, Cardui has helped trouble." So do thousands of others, yous Eyebrows and darken them if too OQce over 3G Office Hours arising in the morning, the goodly width of the wing and front being more than a million women. So may you. Asthma, Hay Fever. presents a very pleasing ap- 8 A.m to 12. 1 p.m. to i. Stormea' Drag Store light, but will produce a luster and Born to the wife of Mr. Buford housewife is importuning her husband feet. It Whooping Cough, HemorrhYou are urged to try it, glossiness not duplicated by any other West a boy on the 15th. to "make her sweet pea bed", and pearance from the outside. Part of it ages fly before it, 50c and $1.00 Trial originally was a residence which was because we are sure that means. We guarantee that Dabro will Rev. Taylor of Richmond will preach everything points to the near approach bottle free. Sold by R. E. McRoberts do good. what we claim for it if used as dir at this place Sunday morning. it will do you DENTIST. of spring. These facts bring vividly subsequently converted into a school & Son. lm we will cheerfully refund your ected or Lancaster, Ky. before our eyes the park in the center house with additions At all drug stores. Phone 65. Miss Agnes Miles is visiting relamoney. Women That Need Rest. of the square, and we begin to wonder Considered from a modern and sanitives at Byrantsville this week. if it will continue an eyesore through- tary standpoint, it is entirely inadequIt Is not the women who work who Dabro will be sent in plain wrapper Mr. Herbert Whittaker had the out the summer, or will it be made ate. H. cures, but those who are to any address in the U. b. upon receip need rest misfortune to lose a horse last week. Heating. worn out doing nothing, and doing it of 50 cents in silver. presentable. Surely someone will take John White & Co. badly. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown visited this matter in hand and take some Guaranteed under U. S. Pure Food A number of the rooms are heated by County LOUISVILLE. KY. and Drug Act. relatives at Lancaster, first of last steps to render it a little more presen- means of coal stoves and others by opEstablished 1887 PHONE SS-table than at present. HIgheslmarketprlcepald week. en grates resulting in a fluctuating Has Million Of Friends. Office over F. G. Hart's furniture store. THE SILORON MFG. CO. me&izsaLimimn temperature and an uneven distribuFURS Mrs. Jennie Broaddus spent last How would you like to number your PUEBLO, COLORADO. Kentucky How I Can Improve Lancaster. tion of heat in different parts of the Lancaster, and HIDES. week with her daughter Mrs. Ed friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica "WOOL same room. (By Eugenia H. Dunlap,) Simpson. Salve does? Its astounding cures in the I COMHISSIQM These compositions on how I can ImVentilation. Mr. and Mrs. Houston, of Paris are past forty years made them. Its the No means are provided for ventila guests of Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Gilbert prove Lancaster, are written by membest Salve in the world for sores, ulTOO MUCH LOVE bers of Junior Circle League of Lan- tion and such as is secured is by the this week. cers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts, caster. There has been a contest in imperfect method of raising windows Too much love for fun, frolic and corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings, Miss Ruth Ray a student of E. K. S. kidthe different grades the compositions and the accidental ventilation through rich food causes stomach, liver, bruises, cold sores. Has no equal for N. made a short visit to her parents ney and nervous troubles. Other published are the ones awarded the cracks in the window frames, beneath Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ray. lm U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician remedies help you but DENN'S 25c at R. E. McRoberts. prizes. doors and the opening and closing of SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Misses Jennie and Mamie Dickerson, How I can help improve Lancaster, doors. No provision has been made Followed Each Other Closely. you. Our discoverer, ten years a AND were at home a few days last week, each one of us may help in some way for liberating carbon dioxide gas which miserable sufferer with the above Knicker ''Do you have a new cook from the Richmond Normal School. troubles, and RHEUMATISM for often?" Subbubs "We have them to improve Lancaster. We can pick by reason of its molecular weight, unyears, was cured in one week. To close enough together to be twins." Miss Stella Ford Ray was at the up pieces of paper on the street, we der ordinary circumstances, will settle prove our remedy, while they last, Puck. bedside of her sister Mrs. Henry Ar- can keep from throwing it on the upon the floor. regular size bottles only 25c at nold at Hyattsville, last week who has street. We should not expectorate on Lighting. been very sick of pneumonia. Stormes Drug Store. Offiice over Logan's store. the street and we should ask the men Kills A Murderer. In all, there were examined nine reat home not to do so. We can keep citation rooms. The ratio of floor space Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6. S. C. Buff Orpington. English SalA merciless murderer is Appendicitis our yards clean We can plant pretty to light space ranged from 16.4 to 5.6 many victims, but Dr. King's mon Faveralle $2.00 per 15 or ?5. per 50 Zemo Makes Astonishing Eczema Cures. flowers. with in square feet. The ideal and proper Indian Runner Ducks that lay the New Life Pills kill it by prevention. No. 1. "WE PROVE IT." rooms Official They gently stimulate stomach, liver pearly white eggs, $1.00 per 13. Call For Republican District ratio should be 5 to 1. All the toerether average eight feet of taken Every day ZEMO gives relief and and bowels, preventing that clogging MRS. S. J. EMBRY, Jr. Convention Eighth Congressional floor space to one foot of lighting space cures men, women and children in evthat invites appendicitis, curing ConStanford, Ky. All "Work Guaranteed. The most serious difficulty, however, stipation, Headache, Billiousness, Chills ery city and town in America whose District. and one that necessarilly produces a 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm skins are on fire with torturing ECKentucky. At a meeting of the Republican great deal of eye strain in pupils who Paint Lick, ZEMA rashes and other itching, burnCommittee of the Eighth Congression- must endure this condition, was in the City Without Skyscrapers. Arnold, Henry Store. ing, scaly, and crusted skin and scalp al District, held at the Gilcher Hotel, distribution of light. This in nearly nature of the soil Is 337-In Hamburg the Office humors. Danville, Ky., February 28, 1912 at 1 every room was from one side of the such that no very tall buildings can be 6 Burnett & Elliott ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) 310-Res. Burnside, Robt erected, and there are few that have o'clock p. m., for the purpose of call- room or one side and the rear end. This 392-Res. SOAP, two refined preparations will ing a District Convention to select two Burton, R. I. as many as ten floors. arrangement, therefore, keeps the eye 161 Conn Bros. Hardware. give you such quick relief that you will Delegates and two Alternates to at- muscles on a continual strain, when DENTIST 357-Cotton, C. S. Res. feel like a new person. tend the National Convention of the studying in an effort to equalize the TO BREAK UP COLD We give you three reasons why we Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. 378-- J Center, Walter, Res. recommend and endorse ZEMO and Republican Party, to be held in Chica- effect of an unevf n distribution of light Res. Some Advice That Will Save Time And 220 Elliott, Dr. W. M. go, Illinois June 18, 1912, and for in both eyes. 174-Fox, J. C. Res. ZEMO SOAP for all skin and scalp er the purpose of nominating a RepubliMoney Fire Provisions. 199 Farmer's Union Store. uptions. 1st. They are clean, scientitic prep- can Candidate for Elector, to be voted This is a menace that threatens the Strong drink and quininh may relieve 393-Gosney, N. J. Res. for at the regular November election, Office Phone 31. Furniture. arations that give universal satisfac- 1912, and for the further purpose of pupils when in attendance. The inter Residence Phone a cold, but it usually does more harm 5 Hurt & Anderson. than good. 165 Hurt F. G. Res. tion and are pleasant and agreeable to electing a Member of the Republican ior is altogether of inflammable material and the stoves and gates are a rather To break up a hard cold in either 387-Kurtz H. M. Res. use at all times. LANCASTER, KY. 2nd. They are not experiments, but State Central Committee from said unsafe means of heating a building of head or chest thousands are using this 387-Res. Locker B. District, a quorum of said Committee Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. sensible treatment. 239 Long J. P. Res. are proven cures for every form of skin-o- being present, the following order was this sort when used for school purposes scalp affections whether on infants The stairs are not wide and the means Lancaster, YOUR DRUGGIST First of all look after your bowels; 186 Lan. Tobocco Ware House. -- -- made: Kentucky or grown persons. such stairs would if they need attention use any reliable 69 Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. It is ordered by the Committee that of reachingthe rush of excited be easilly children. 3rd. They work on a new principle. a STOPS THAT ITCH cathartic. Then pour a scant teaspoon 21 Logan H. T. Res. OO00CHqOvOO OOOOOC District Convention be held at Shelby-vill- blocked in They do not glaze over the surface, but In some cases two or three turns must HYOMEI into a bowl of boiling 323 Moore Henry ful Res. Kentucky, on April 9, 1912, at If you are suffering from Eczema, Mahan J. Q. Res. they penetrate to the seat of the trou- 1 o'clock p. m. for the purpose of sel- be made in narrow hallways to reach a Psoriasis or any other kind of skin water, cover head and bowl with a 339-trouble, drop into our store for intowel and breathe for 5 or 10 minutes 363-Mahan J. W. Res. ble and draw the germ life from under- ecting two Delegates and two Alter- stairway leading outdoors. stant relief. We will guarantee you The Chanel is not large enough to the pleasant, soothing, healing vapor. 374-- S Morgan G. A. Res. neath the skin and destroy it. In this nates to attend the National Convento stop that itch in two seconds. of QUALITY. A 25c trial bottle will prove it way a complete cure is effected in any Do this just before going to bed: 385-McMillan Lige Res. tion of the Republican Party, to be hold the present number of pupils com We have sold other remedies for skin troubles, but none that we could your head will feel fine and clean and 392-Montgomery Dr. Office. case of SKIN OR SCALP ERUPITION held at Chicago, Illinois, June 18, 1912; fortably, and chapel exercises, as im recommend more highly than the well Endorsed and sold in Lancaster by Res. 3cnown compound of Oil of Winter-sree- n, vou'll awake from a refreshing sleep 202 Perkins E. W. also for the purpose of nominating a portant as any of the other school work Thymol and a few other inthe McRoberts & Son Drug Store. 363-Pope & Vaughn. minus a cald in the morning. Res. Republican Candidate for Elector of cannot be conducted satisfactonlly. gredients that have wrought such won400-TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE Pierce Joe. derful cures all over the country. For colds, caughs, catarrh, asthma Store. Conclusions. said District, to be voted for at said This compound, known aa D. D. D. and croup HYGMEI is guaranteed. 384-Rankin T. C. Res. The water supply should be improved Prescription, will cool and heal the election; and for the further purpose Mt. Hebron Itchy, burning skin as nothing else A fifty cent bottle is all you need to 383-Rankin James Res. of electing a Member of the Republi- having all drinking water pass through can. Get a regular bottle and see on break up a cold and this can be ob- 354-pur y Rainey J. T. Res. offer, a properly constructed niter, the con Mrs. Bettie Jackson is improving can State Central Committee from the tained at R. E. McRoberts & Son and 329-Ray Mrs. Eliza Res. Eighth Congressional District. The tents of which should be changed sever slowly. R E. McRoberts & Son druggists everywhere. 164 Rose G. C. Res. delegates to said Convention shall be al times each year. Common drinking Miss Lavina Montgomery remains elected by County Mass Convention to cups should be abolished and the use of 379-Rose Dr. B. C. Res. 93 Riley J. L. Res. quite sick. We have moved to Ea3t Water street be held in the county seat in each an individual cup encouraged. 85 Robinson Mrs. J. C. Mrs. Lizzie Preston is quite sick at county at 1 o'clock p. m., Standard The closet facilities should be improv one and Res. block East of Lexing50 Ross & Whitlock. Meats. this writing. , 1912. The ed and a septic tank, after the con ton avenue. All Time, Saturday, April orders called for and 400-Schooler Roy. Res. Mr. A. S. Dean had a good work Republicans of each county are au- struction recommended by Stiles, should delivered. Phone 340. 213 Turner & Carpenter. Store. horse to die last week. thorized to select the same number of be built. 385-Turner Joe Res. delegates to attend said Convention as It is impossible to convert the pres Mr. and Mrs. Lowry Speaks are the h. ltf. Faulkner, fllgr. 338-Walker Kemp. Res. proud parents provided for in the call for a Republi- ent building into a modern, sanitary of a fine boy, 192 Walker Alex. schoolhouse. A large chapel is demand Res. Messrs W. L. and Edd Grow made a can State Convention to be held in ed, which 86 Walker & Herndon. Livery. can only be secured by erectLouisville, April 10, 1912 and the numbusiness trip to Lexington Monday. Now in use by the Lancaster Fire Department. In 4L Wherritt W. H. Res. ber of delegates representing said ing a new building, a modern heating Fruit Mrs. Sallie Jennings of Nicholasville Res. counties shall constitute the represen- plant for an equable temperature even good condition, the very thing to have in a large coun- 38 Zanone Miss Margaret. is the guest of her sister Mrs. A. S. 397 Bishop Miss Fannie. Res. tation in said Congressional District ly distributed, a system of supplying 360 Dr. R. L. Pontius. Veterinay. Dean. try home or a small town. Call on or write Convention, to be held as herein dir- the necessary quantity of fresh, heated Misses Matilda and Charlotte Walker ected. or cooiea air, a metnod 01 removing L. E. HERRON, Chief of Police, Lancaster, Ky. Bastin Telephone Company were the guests of Misses Pearl, Bet-ti- e X. W. Bethurum, Chairman. poisonious gases from the room, clean, Incorporated. and Mary Sherrow Saturday night George Bonor, Secretary Pro Tem. sanitary noors, ceiling and wans, a and Sunday. large lighting surface giving a properly distributed light and protection in case Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan, Mr. and MONEY BACK DANDRUFF CURE. of fire are necessary and indispensable Mrs. Wm. Vanderpool and children Max and Edna May were with rela- R. E. McEoberts Guarantees Parsian Sage for a schoolhouse in which the health Everything for Orchard, Lawn and and lives of children may be conserved tives in this community a part of last for Dandruff and Falling Hair. and preserved to the best advantage, Garden. Our prices may interest you week. Think of it dear reader, if PAR and it is recommended in this report Write for free Catalogue NoAgts. ISIAN SAGE isn't the most invigora mat uie oiaie coaruoi jieaun mrougn MONEY BACK ting and pleasant hair dressing you ever its secretary, advise the trustees and H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Made-to-We- ar patrons of said school and the county Here's Some Talk On Square Deals Lines. used money back. superintendent of schools of Garrard If it doesn't banish dandruff, stop Lexington, Kentucky. If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the Fifty cents, that's all for a box of hair from falling and do away with County that these provisions be put inquality of the paint to be used. stomach tablets that will scalp itch money back. 50 cents at to effect. W. L. Heizer, State Health In any given job of painting, labor represents practically s, material bring- a smile to your dyspeptic counte- R. E. McRoberts and druggists every Officer. the cost. nance ten minutes after the first dose. where. Wanted Lady: We will pay salary It stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality tof the paint is all important. And R. E. McRoberts & Son state "PARISIAN SAGE as a hair grow- and commission to a good agent to sell that jf doesen't end the mis- er and scalp cleaner is all right." Mrs Alabastrol, our new Face Retinoid and Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job ery of indigestion or banish stomach Dora M. Daniels. Williamsen, W. Va. other toilet preparations direct to the is sought? distress of any kind, you can have your "PARSIAN SAGE cured me of ter- homes. All women need them and will How is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended money back. rible itching of the scalp," Mrs. C. P. buy if you show it to them. Agents durability? upon for This guarantee applies to the follow- Pope, Oxford, Ala. 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