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LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1912. ay,is Good Friday. NUMBER 52. &&8S&&32&S& II I - 33 s?s Mr. and Mrs John Oake3 are receiv9rt!"fts ing congratulations over the arrival of nI For Sale 1 registered Duroc Boar, twin babies at .their home. They have weight about 100 lbs. J. F. Robinson. been named Raymond and Elizabeth. Being Shown In The Great Cake and candy "for Easter, all day Women To Vole In Kentucky. Saturday April Gth at the- Slormes build Piano Contest. 1 For the first time in Kentucky will ing on Danville street. Circle Girls. be witnessed the spectacle of women Many New Entries And Old Ones Are If you want to look right feel right voting in a regular county election at and be dressed right, You should buy the regular election in 1910. If the Working Vigorously. your Easter out-f- it from H. T. Logan. generally'accepted construction placed upon the recently enacted School Law Whoever wins the various prizes ofFor Sale; Two full blooded jersey be coirect, all women who can read fered in the contest now in progress is heifers. Fine stonk, come and look at and write and who possess the nec surely going to have a run for their " I. M. Myers. them. essary qualifications as required of money. New contestants are entering "3t. male voters may exercise the right of the race and the old ones are developsuffrage in the race for School Sup- ing additional strength as the contest Votes For Sclicol Bonds. erintendent. Sepcratc ballots will be progresses. Too early in the action for It behooves every while voter in the provided bearing the names "of the any one contestant to got first place and Lancaster Graded School District, to various candidates for this office, but keep it, for they can never tell what a consider the situation calmly and dis- the same officers will conduct the el- week will deveIop,they can only keep s&ss Esz-passionately before voting on next ection for this office as preside at the diligently trying and never allow their Saturday. The peace, happiness, general election. The ladies will be interest to flag or become discouraged growth and prosperity of any com permitted to use the same booths as because some one happens to pass them munity depends upon its schools. It the men when casting their ballots. in the weeks count, for the next count Sell the Best Goods st the lowest prices? ' has been truly said that, if we would In the future the women will become may place them in the lead. Friend f Do the best work at the most reasonable-pricesi keep people from crime, we must ed-- ! a factor in " politics in Kentucky, at of the various candidates are beginning ucate them, and the truth of the as- - least irt so far as one office is concerned to get wai'med up and are working for sertion is made ma ifest when we con- - and it is thought that the change will the interest of their favorite. Have C. D. McCarthy working for them, sider the fact that a large majority of have a tendency to divorce the office of Lots of time for new entries, send in criminals are illiterate. your nomination and a week of School Superintendent from politics. who is about the best workman in the state? It is conceded that our agricultural will place her in the lead. Williams. facilities and natural resoui'ces are There is an impression in tlu minds That When yon buy a piece of machinery equal to those of Boyle and Madison There died at Burgin on the 2Gth, of some people that there is but one from them, you are sure to be satisfied for counties. Then way have their cities inst old gentleman who dur piano to be given away. This is ergrown to throe times the population of ing the greater part of a long and use- - roneous, there is positively TWO Conthey know how to fix it so as to give the best Lancaster? Their schools have con- - ful life was a resident of Garrard coun tests, one in the Bryantsville section tributed more largely to that end than ty, Mr. 0. S. Williams. Mr. Williams and one in Lancaster, and.. TWO service? any other cause. Population increases death was due to- - heart disease, and PIANOS, one for the successful conThat they can order anything in their line, demand for property and consequently was a sad shock to his family and testant in each district, one of the invalues are enhanced, a larger revenue friends as up to a few days previous to struments is now on exhibition at the that they haven't on hand and guarantee that as- - his death he had beon enjoying his usui being derived from a given rate of store of Mr. R. S. Brown, and another you will be satisfied? Vj ! sessment. Ignoring the primary reason al health, which was remarkably good on hand at Becker Ballard & Co, where for one welfare of the years That they will be pleased to have you call Xg forI education, the worth ?100,000 people, of age. of his years, he being 82 recent all are cordially invited to call and inif had property Mr. Williams during in this spect it. community, and nail no children or , years had made his home in Burgin on them in their new store at the "Old Following is the status of the conrelatives, I would vote for the bonds, j but the most of his life had been spent testants at the last official Mason Hotel Property". on Stanford street and believing that my property would be-- ! in the lower part of Garrard county. DISTRICT. HSV n ff fu uviiiu jtiuit; vaiuiiu'e ui iin!rtjis- - He had long been a devoted and faith- Sadie inspect their line of Buggies, Implements, fy ed Wdemand, Ifnlttnlkln Anderson 14.072 brought about by better ful member of the Methodist church, V? Mary Eliza Holtzclow 1I,31C Hardware etc., and get their prices on any educational facilities. and funeral services were conducted at Kate Ham 11,000 church by his pastor, Rev. J. W. It is said now work you may want done? 1,0,366 Katie Mae Dickerson & cupied is that the building heated oc- the not ventilated, or Simpson, after which his remains were 9,60 constructed so as to give satisfactory interred in the Burgin cemetery. Mr. Jennie Cox Lucile Schooler 9,500 ' results, and the trustees claim that the William's good wife has long since pre- Ora Prather 9,130 different sources of revenue will enable ceded him to the grave. He is survived fcra 9,000 to pay the. bonds without increas- - by four sons, R. E. Williams of Claren- Bessie Wilkerson them Mae Powell 8,632 UJ inf tllft tax-- Vtv. This thpv rlnim tlmII don Tex., T. A. Williams of Haskell X& 2? Sis IffS C,800 Eugenia Bourne certainly be true when all the Leavel Te., H. D. Williams of Burgin Ky. Mrs. Phil Ihompson .G,550 fund is available. and J. C. Williams of Bryantsville, 6,500 U The school is the nursery from which the latter being the popular cashier of Virginia Bourne, Fanny Carpenter 5,690 m social and civic life is formed, and a the Bank of Bryantsville. Marie Ballard 3,030 XS community will be weak or cfrnnnf ' p jr. . I """fa, acyen iveniucKians t rri United States Grade Mae Cochran 1,700 in me physically or mentally, only as the Nancy Johnson... . , 1,000 young trees are weak or strong. Those Senate. Tahtha Bourne 1,000. who favor the bonds should be sure to Seven native born Kentuckians oc- - Elizabeth Bryant 1,000 vote, as overconfidence has lost many cupy seats in 11 f l III Uei the United States Sen- Louise Rice 1,000 battles. ate, and besides this number there is Ethel Estridge 1,000 I suggest that the building be dedi- Congressman Ollie II. James, who is a Lida Hill J.000 cated and inscribed to the memory of Senator-elecNo state in the Union Jewel Spoonamore 1,000 L. Y. Leavell, the man who made it can boast of as great a number of her Eugenia Dunlap 1,000 possible to construct and maintain such sons in that auguat body. Mississippi Bessie Lay ton 1,000. a school. Observer. coming next with five. Alline Thomas 1,000 Besides our own senators William 0. EdnaArnold .".1,000 Bradley and Thomas II. Paynter, there Myrtle Walker .1,000 s enator Shelby M. Cullom of Illinois, Mamie Stormes Dunn 1,000 who v, as born in Wayne county Kv.. ' BRYANTSVILLE" DISTRICT. Senator William J. Stone of Missouri, h Osa Coulter . .12,500 who fir3t saw the light of day in Madi- U j Mary Belle Halcomb . ..20,000 .,son county Ky., Joseph L. Bristow of JS23 se a! ps ;s3 tJszssd&t 26,600 Kansas, born in a cabin beneath .the Flora Ruble 9,700 towering hills of Wolfe county Ky. and Pearl Shearor Ollie Crawford 6,400 the tWO newlv ah't'tpA RPnntfirc 3,950 fi'our recently added states, Senator Elizabeth Bryant 3,900 .n. onucn oi Arizona, wno hails if lossa May Teater iuuih. r 3,200 from Cynthiana and Senator Albert A. SallieBam 2,700 Fall of New Mexico, a Droduct of Ophelia Montgomery Mrs J as Sutton .. A masterly showing of ail thats Newest and Best in Men's wear for the tqg Frankfort Ky. 2,200 B TJ ?tl It ji near Bessie Swope 2,100 , On..l... ovuuLui'iiruiuey win in tne iuture 2,000 entertain this coterie of United States Mattie Scott sena'ors who can claim the same na- Blanche Stone 1,900 1.900 tive state at a dinner, the viands sqrved Mary Ellen Farley upon that occasion to be Kentucky Lui-- Jennings 1,700 is now ready for your inspection at this store. Months of careful grown. It is said that that Congress- Ethel Onstott 1,500 searching and discriminating buying by us enables you to come to man Ollie M James will also grace the Mary Bruner 1,400 1,300 board upon this occasion, which will Lucy Campbell tthis comprehensive exhibit3 confident that what you see and what-yo- u mark the renewal of the old time Clodie Speaks .. 1,165 friendly relations between him and Bettie Scott 1,000 buy will be the "last word" in style and the best value for your 1,000 senator Bradley, which were interrupt- Miss Gosney money possible to procure, even if you have no intention of buying-yo." ed by a misunderstanding during the Cecil Bowling- 1,000 y Annie Osborne 1,000 recent campaign. will find it worth while to come see sus I mmn I VERYrflIN(iSl P4RMaqAM)f!M - -- I i i?y W $ ? -- ce DIS m& i. 3av-&.P- 3J "" HARROWS, Panters AND CULTIVATORS. -- P '& X count:-LANCAST- See us for the Best line of Implements. Vlrt . m - A .a HASELDEN BROTHERS Wholesale and Retail Hardware. vJK.a QaflTIIC.B s dmMW Ky. $ i &&m. Lancaster, L Mim rut Prices - .ON Buggies, Harness, Wagoms, Wire Fence, Stoves, Ranges, Harrows, Mowing Machines Corn Planters,- Washing Machines, Garden Plows, Gasoline Engines, Plows, Cultivators, Rakes, Pumps, Rope, Etc. Chains. - ltliiUjJl.(3 UuLUlii w , m$mm&?zgimmmmtmmim 8 F 1' 8 t. I ! -. fn'o immwmm - -- ,' SPRING 1912 and a I u this Beautiful Display. O'Rear-McCrear- Nora-Kaufma- n rjL'Uw rt-jw- i. urzzrBE?-r- & A beautiful showing of Men's and Boys' Shirts in stripes and plain colors. Some with with style seldom equaled for less than double seperate collars, some have collars 'attached, the price;with.quality that will make you won prices from 50c to $1.50. der why don't it wear out so I can get a new KECK WEAR. one. And placed in your hands through a Supurb whose every detail store service that makes you glad you came. Snappy, Stylish English Models, fashioned radiates richness and refinement. from the dashing new red and purple browns EASTER FOOTWEAR and bluish . greys, allows the for critical Men and Women. Styles and qual young man a splendid ch mcj to get just what ities that will delight you;, everyone Man, he likes. More conservative models in the Woman or Child wants to look nice on Easter quiter shades prove CAceptionally attractive and oce of the biggest helps towards a well to the older man. dressed appearance is a neatly fitting, stylish Our prices when quality style and workmade pair of manship are considered are wonderfully low. Shoes or Oxfords. A look will convince you that we can save you You will find it easy here to get just what money. you have in mind, or if you havent fully decided the Footwear'Pjoblem, come and let us EASTER HATS show you the various styles we have. tha' are really distructive. A hat for every You are welcome to look as long as you face, A hat for every-heaA hat for every wish.. . If you don't see what-- you want we'll price. Come see how the new styles become not urge you to buy. You will find our prices you. Many styles in both derby and soft hats. very low for up to date Foot-Weafour-in-han- ds the-beautif- CLOTHES Judge Walker Complimented. The Danville Messenger ha3 the following to say of Judge Lewis L. Walker who spoke there Monday night: An evidence of the popularity of Judge Lewis L. Walker was given last night when one of the" largest and most intelligent audiences seen at a recent political speaking greeted him at the court house. Judge Walker came to make a speech for President Taft, but the political coloring of his Allie Scott... ...- - 1,000 1,000 W- tIS3 Mr Farmer Don't you'think it would be a good idea to sow some Millet, Cane or Cow Peas for early feeding? We carry a full stock of all, several qual ities of hay that we can furnish at all times. - Phone 26, Hudson & Hughes.- as issnaaniil IlirlliSMirlliJlIllrlJlIrE J. Romans. srgrBMitEiBp.rsirarianaiBtrti. Demurest To Be Here Fair Week. d; r. , IjO Lgincastgr, Kentucky - prevent many of our best citizens, both Republicans and Democrats from going to hear him. Judge Walker, while he is a young man, is one of the best posted politicians and bfiliant lawyers in Kentucky. He has.a good voice, is of commanding appearance, and can bring out a point with as" much force as speakers who have spent many years He likewise has before audiences. the happy faculty of seeing the side of a question, and many times last night were his hearers convulsed with laughter. We cannot see how any of our republican brethren, after listening to can follow the rold the talk k&il for Teddy. As Judge Walker eg; said, Mr. Roosevelt is a chronic office- seeker, and seeks after noteriety, and it does seem that he has been givpn enough of this by the people of the United States. At the conclusion of his speech, JHdge Walker was Jiighly complimented, many of his Democratic- friends being among the numher to shake his hand. It is somepleasure to listen to a political speech free from vilification and misrtputation, and that was the.jiliaracter of the Tspeech of-talk didn'--t last-nieh- t. Hugh M. Miller, contracting agent for the Demorest Comedy Co. was here this week and arranged for the troupe which he represents to play in Lancaster during the week of the .Fair. This is a splendid company and always plays to large business in Lancaster. AGUE! The Garrard County Roosevelt Club will entertain its members with Burgoo r, and a Brass Band, ,at Kentucky, Lan-caste- Transylvania Presbytery will meet in the Lancaster Presbyterian church next Tuesday night April 9th. The Rev. J. Russell Crawford of Columbia will preach the opening sermon at 7:30 p. m. On Wednesday evening the Rev. Harvey S. Murdock will make an address on the Mountain Mission work of Kentucky. vited. Everybody cojdially m- - flpri! 6th, art ;';' Card Of Thanks. Because of our inability to extend personally our thanks to each and everyone of our host of friends both in Lancaster, Ky., and LaPryor,Texas who w.ere'SO kind t&us in our recent afflic- tion, we take this method of assuring them of our heartfelt gratitude'for the many kindly words and acts which tended to make our burden of sorrow a little less' hard to bear. C-W- . The'Convention is called for l o'clqck, so you must come earlj' to be in the count.- - Don't try to do a half day's work befote you 'start Urge all Roosevelt Men1 in your neighborhood tor come, enjoy the day with us and vote for four more years of Rrosevelt Prosperity. ll o'clock a. m. SHARP. Garrard County Roosevelt CM. Jlpllrili:rlMJMfr5JBfrlIai IMTrgiMirJl'.'raJlirlllTgJll Jlaat night" Estes. W- , ..,'- -. - t -- c . -- John i'S lfr.. - Meadows:& "(. - 'je family. i. - " 5" - ?: -- T - f '- - t- fr:i-Asz.Tss- - SccVi? -J- -- vw. --- - . iHr.iiJj-.ti'ii?-. s'Vrs. - -- " ' - " - ' -- n mmj. A-- - jf.-iftS- ? V, r.i-- y"" r" ,- - 0" iA. . W T " i f?- fk -- - j"5e ,? jS"--; "h?-- " V v - I We Are RECEIVING Daily New Shipments From New York In Ladies Suits, In addition DRESSES. C0S: TUMES AND we- will - to what we have alreapy shown have on display Coats. Rj Operation. Forty New Numbers THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Of This Week Only. showing the Very Latest productions of the season. A look will" convince you that when it comes to style, quality, workmanship and prices. We can be excelled by none. We cordially invite you to inspect our line. Remember the days, Thursday, Friday and Saturday of THIS WEEK. H. T. LOGAN, LAN TheCentral Record incorporated. We. For Magistrate. are authorized to Mrs. Swaffield Dies. Everywhere But Lancaster. & Shanks. B mm Robert IV I In Will Barton Much Improved. J L Taylor Picturesque Fipre ton Hospital Following An announce iohn N. White as a candidate for $1.00 a year. Magistrate, in the first district of GarWeekly. Issued rard county, subject to the action of GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. the demecratic party. We are authorized to announce .Entered at tbe Post Office in Lancaster, Kj, WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for MagMail Matter. as Second-Clasistrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the actitfn of the Member Kentucky Press Association democratic partv. s and Mrs. Robert H. Swaffield, wife of the well known and popular salesman who travels for the Globe Tailoring Co. of Cincinnati, and who frequently accompanied her husband on his semiannual trips to this place, died in a Louisville hospital recently. Mrs. Swaffield has been seriously ill for a long while, and her 'death wa3 not a surprise, though it is a source of grief to many friends here. Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., April 5, 1912. Rates For Political Announcements For or For For For For Precinct and City Offices $ 5.00 County Offices 10.00 15.00 State and District Offices 10 Calls, per line Cards, per line .10 all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 the democratic party. line 05 Obituaries, per line We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n Mr. W. S. Ferguson Here. H. Estes as a candidate for in the first district of Garrard The many friends of Mr. William S. county, subject to the action of the Ferguson are delighted to once again democratic party. have him with us. Mr. Ferguson came last Friday,, it being the first time he We are authorized to announce has been able to be here in over a year. Charles C. Becker as a candidate for He has been ill and confined to a hospiMagistrate in the second district of tal in Covington during the greater Garrard county, subject to the action part of that period, several operations of the democratic party. having been performed upon him from to time. However, Mr. Ferguson We are authorized Jto announce Tay- time is greatly improved and he thinks well lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Magon the road to complete recovery. istrate in the second district of Garrard county, subject .to the action of Hog Cholera. Mag-strat- e, The promoters of the Loose Leaf Tobacco Market in Lancaster are not meeting with the encouragement which we would like to see them have, and unless the tide changes in the tnear future we very much fear the scheme will be a failure. This would prove very detrimental to Lancaster and Garrard connty, and the people should not allow it to fall through, everyone, who is able should take stock to such amount as his means will permit and thus insure a home market 'for home productions. Mr. Samuel Hamilton Shands aged years, one of Lincoln county's most substantial and highly respected citizens died at the home of his Mr. C. E. Tate on last Monday. Mr. Shanks was stricken while at one of the Stanford banks over a month ago and never recovered. He is survived by three children. Mrs. Thomas S. Rice, Mrs. C. E. Tate and Hon. W. H. 76 son-in-la- National Politics Died In Washing- Shanks. Mrs. Farris Better. ANNOUNCEMENTS For Commonwealth Attorney. We are authorized to announce Emmet Puryear as a candidate for Common wealth attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Fer County Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun-.t- y Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. We are- - authorized to announce James A." Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate or Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of tiie democratic party. " We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. Fer Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor The "Call of Spring" is upon us and the burden of the cry is "Cleanliness." Cleanliness for healths sake, cleanliness for beauty's sake and because cleanliness is next to Godliness. There . is ample room for the labors of those who would clean up in Lancaster, the alleys of the city have emerged from the winter in the worst possible condition, and are demanding immediate attention the removal of the winters accumulation of garbage, which with the advent of warm weather will become a putrefyg ing, mass, a menace to the health of the community, as well as an eye sore to those who are compelled to use them. And the good work should not be confined to the alleys, the streets should come in for their share and should see that every individual their premises are put in a sanitary condition, that the winter's accumlation is removed and burned and their surroundings placed in a condition to ward off disease during the coming heated season. Lancaster in the past has been peculiarly free from disease, no epidemics ever having thrived within her borders, a few scattering cases of typhoid here and there, but they cannot be avoided. We should now exert our very best efforts to maintain this praise worthy state of affairs. This can best be done by beginning early in the season to look after our sanitary conditions and seeing to it that nothing is left in proximity to your supply of drinking water which would tend to .contaminate it, aad that your premises are placed in such condition as to preclude the possibility of lurking germs of disease. disease-breedin- of Garrard county subject to the tion of the democratic party. ac- We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomination of Assessor of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic -- party. We are authorized to announce J. B. Collier as a candidate for the nomination for assessor of Garrard county, subject-to the action of the democratic The U. S. Senate on Friday rejected pension the Sherwood "dollar-a-day- " bill by a vote of 21 to 46 and then enacted the Smoot general age and pension law by a vote of 56 to 16. The latter measure will increase the pension roll by ?20,000,000 for-th- o next five years. The bill requires beneficiaries to have served ninety days and provides pensions of from $13. to $30. per month. The bill now goes to the House for conference, and then faces the possibility of a presidential vote. party. Incomplete returns from Wisconsin's We are authorized to announce W. L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- first Prsferencial Primary election inor of Garrard county subject to the dicates that United States Senator Robert M. LaFollette carried the state action ,of tbe Democratic party. over Theodore Roosevelt and President Taft on the republican ticket and that Fftr.Sckel Superiateaiart. Gov. Woodrow Wilson defeated Champ We are authorized to announce Miss Clark and all other contenders on the Jennie Higgins as a candidate for democratic ticket. School Superintendent for Garrard county, subject to the action of the The Danville Messenger suggests Democratic party. that in its rounds of the state the Agricultural Train should advise the people agaist the sowing of wild oats and Fer Jailer. . . the raising of hades. We think it We are authorized to announce Jack probable that the Messenger is expectAdams as a candidate, for Jailer of Gar- ing entirely too much of these well rard county, subject to the action of meaning people. the Democratic party. Governor McCreary will surrender We are authorized to announce Dave the reins of government during the of Gar-rar- d month, of July to iieu't. Gov. Ross as a candidate countysubjrfct to. tie, action and will be out of the state during that month and perhaps longer. Democratic party. for-,Jail- - Mc-Derm- ott of-th- -- A like scheme is being promoted in The many friends of that revered old Nicholasville with splendid prospects lady, "Aunt Liza" Farris will be glad for success, stock selling at $50. per to know that her condition is someshare with $6,000 or $7,000 already sub- what improved, and while the greater scribed. They face the same problem part of the body is bound tightly by as we, that of securing buyers, and paralysis, yet the mental faculties are surely if Jessamine can secure buyers, in perfect condition, and she is able to Garrard can. recognize and talk to her friends. Come in farmers and take a hand in While there is but slight hope of her the erection of a home market and complete restoration to health, yet she when your next crop is ready for mar- may as an invalid be spared for some ket, you will not be compelled to ex- time, happy and cheerful despite the pose yourself and your teams to a drive weight of years and the hand of afflicof from ten to fort miles in all kinds tion rest so heavily upon her. The raisers of hogs in this county of weather in order to market the- - resurely seems to be playing, in hard luck sults of your seasons labors. Jas. F. Holdam Succeeds Col. Swope. Until within the last month hogs have not been commanding very good prices, Millinery Openings. 'Because of the fact that a special and now that they are beginning to Saturday was "Opening day" with term of the Lincoln Circuit Court was play up around the $8.00 mark once in session at the time of the death of Swope. more, a scourge of cholera is sweeping the millinery stores of the city, all the Col. Josh Swope. it became necessary prettiest creations direct from Paris Bastin L'ces Leave Danville. the county. Many of our farmers have Col. Joshua D. Swope, clerk of the and all other places where any claim is to appoint at once a clerk to succeed sustained severe losses from this dishim, and Judge Chas. A. Hardin im- Lincoln circuit court, and a native of Mr Bastin, representing the Bastin ease, and others are compelled to vac- made to the setting bf fashion, were on mediately appointed Mr. James F. , Garrard county, died in Stanford last Telephone Company, of Lancaster, cinate as a matter precaution, and this exhibition, and the beauty of the dis- Holdam of Crab Orchard to the posimgnc tne zacn uit, or a com- was in Danville yesterday, directing plays was only outrivaled by the beauty of itself is a matter of no small plication of and ofthe customers. The streets were tion. The appointment holds good un- heart trouble. pulmonary diseases long the removal of the wires and equipCol. Swope had til the November election, when a clerk ment of the company from Boyle councrowded all day with the ladies of the been a sufferer from asthma, and often ty. The company will withdraw entire town and county, and the stores were must be elected to fill the vacancy. Crop Conditions. Mr. Holdam at one time held the office had severe attacts of that disease, but ly from this field. Mr Bastin stated to crowded to Circumstances seems to have combin- Miss Rella their utmost capacity. At and made a splendid clerk, and his ap- his death was a severe fhock and sur- an Advocate reporter that so little busi 's Arnold's, Mrs. Ada ed to deter the farmer from getting a prise to his host oi friei-d- s in Lincoln ness was gotten out of this territory and R. S. Brown's extra sales- pointment will meet with general satisanu snrrounaing counties, lie was a that it did not justify maintaining the start with his Spring work, Winter ladies were on duty to look faction in Lincoln county. after the lingered in the lap of Spring, and once member of the Baptist church and af- equipment and continuing the service. eager visitors and to display the latest ter funeral services by Rev. J. B. Advocate. the cold weather broke up, it began to and A popular Appointment. loveliest thing in Easter offerings Jcnes and Rev. D. M. Walker, his rerain, and with the exception of a day in the head gear line. The Joseph Mernow and then until this week, the . The recently passed Pension Bill mains were placed at rest in the StanFiscal Court. cantile Co. R. Hv Batson and H. T. granted pension a farmers has had scant opportunity to Logan of $10. per month to ford cemetery. were also giving openings and The Garrard County Fiscal Court Col. Swope was 70 years of age and do any plowing or other of his Spring the old soldiers who wore the gray, displaying ladies suits necessitated the appointment of a Pen- was born in the Bryantsville section, was in session on Tuesday of this week-- , work. Very- few tobacco beds have and everything in the way of ladies sion Commissioner to look after the being a member of the well known and after allowing a few claims and been sown, no oats sown, very little wearing apparel so dear to the femin- granting of pensions and distributing Swope plowing done and altogether farm work family of that locality, but attending to routine business, adjournine mind. The Joseph Mercantile Co. is backward, and with the coming of the funds, and Gov. McCreary has ap- moved to Lincoln in his younger days ed to meet again on next Friday the suitable weather, you are going to see were conducting things on a metropoli- pointed Capt. W. J. Stone of Kuttawa and remained there. He is survived by 12th inst. The court appointed Mr. the busiest lot of.farmers ever seen in tan scale, having an orchestra to dis- to the position. Aside from being him- a sister Miss Jennie Swope of Stanford Cleveland Bourne to be Supervisor of pense sweet music for the edification self a survivor of the "lost cause", and and two brothers Messrs B. K. and roads for the term of two years. Upon the county. of their customers as they inspected having lost a leg in the service, Capt. David Swope of this county. Col. the resignation of Mr. W. G. Gooch their wares. Tobacco Warehouse Closes. Stone is popular with all classes all Swope was one among the happiest several months since Mr. Bourne was After viewing the splendid dfspiay of over the state, and his appointment disposed men we ever knew, he fairly appointed to fill out Mr. Gooch's unexThe tobacco warehouse operated by merchandise peculiar to the wants of will meet with popular approval. Capt. radiated sunshine wherever he went, pired term and until the Mgular meetChas. A. Speith and Co. of Louisville the ladies, we truly wondered why it Stone at one. time represented the with a pleasant smile and a hearty ing of the Fiscal court. closed the season last Thursday, and ever became necessary for a Lancaster First district in Congress, was prom- handshake, he greeted and made friends their local manager Mr. William Speith lady to go away from home to secure inently mentioned to succeed Ollie with all with whom he came in conAt The Hospital. left on Saturday for his home in Louis- anything she might desire for her per- James in the lower house at Washing- tact, and innumerable friends all over ville. This firm bought'this year 0 Miss Fannie Bishop is at the Lansonal adornment. ton, and was at one time a sharp con- this section who knew and loved him pounds of tobacco, "nearly 900 hogscaster Hospital, having been threattender for the democratic nomination for his splendid traits of character, heads, which they shipped to theXouis-yill- e SATURDAY A BIG DAY. for Governor of Kentucky. "Capt. will join with his relatives in their ened with an attack of pneumonia, breaks. Theic purchase averaged but her host of friends will be glad to 12J cents per pound, they being the Graded School Election and Republican Stone will have an office in Frankfort grief at his loss. know that it is not so serious as was and will draw $1200. salary, first buyers in the county to pay that thought and she is now convalesConvention. Mississippi River On Rampage, All Of first price for a ciop this season. The Messrs cent. In Memoriam. Speith are clever gentlemen, and we The citizens of the Graded Sohool Mrs. William Onstottof the county Its Larger Tributaries Rising And hope to have them with us another sea- District have been busy since the trusis also at the Hospital, having underillness of a few months son. The Worst Flood In Years tees called the election to submit to After an gone a serious operation this week, death came to Cora Celia Poor wife of vote the issueing of twenty-nin- e thousshe too is improving and hope is enOther Things We Need Worse. Being Experienced. Robert Halcomb, March 28, 1912; She and dollars of five percent bonds to ob tertained for her early recoverg. The Lancaster correspondent to the tain funds necessary to provide ade- was the daughter of the late S. W. Towns bordering on the Mississippi Miss Darnall has been attending Poor and was born near Buena Vista, Lexington Herald bemoans tire fact quate buildings for the "Graded School river in western Kentucky are ex- Mrs. M. S. Thompson aad her sister that the Agricultural train in its jaunt district. So far as we can learn it is July 23, 1889, had been a consistent periencing the highest water ever Mrs. John Anderson, both of whom through Kentucky omitted Lancaster generally agreed that the district is member of the M. E. Church for six known and much suffering is resulting have had pneumonia, they are sisters from its itinerary. They did this, but badly in need of more room and better years, funeral services were neia in therefrom. At Hickman 1500 people and when Mrs. Thompson became ill they could not visit every town in the quarters and there seems to be a grow- the M. E. Church Friday afternoon, driven irom tneir nomes are Jiving in Her sister went to wait on her and she state, and it was because of our pecu- ing sentiment that a now building is the Rev. J. W. Simpson officiating, the highlands back of the town without too was stricken with the disease, both burial in the family lot of Mt. Olivet protection from the elements and apliar railroad situation that we were necessary and that it will take the however, we are glad to report are cemetery. missed, situated as we are had they plication has been made .to Gov. Mc- much better, sufficiently improved to of money called for by the trusShe is survived by. a husband, son, Creary come here, they would perhaps have tees ta accomplish the end. that is defor provisions and tents for mother, 'four brothers and a number of their relief. Near Fulton three train- allow the nurse to return to her duties had to miss some point more in need of sired. We expect a very large vote to at the hospital. During the absence their instructions than the farmers ot be cast and that the bonds will carry. other relatives most of whom reside in men were drowned in a washout; there of Miss Darnall, Miss Louise Terry of Garrard. We are not in very sore need In addition to the large crowd brought Garrard county. is great suffering at Fulton, Columbus, Paint Lick attended the patients at of instructions as to proper methods to town by the school question, if the She was an upright child of God, Cairo Ills., and many other places, and the hospital. for farming just at.present; we hold day be favorable, the republican conA sister and wife who ijas kind and the property loss already sustained the championship in quality of the to- vention called for one o'clock Saturday amounts to over a "half million dollars. true; Saved His Mother's lire. bacco raised in the state, and we are afternoon will be the most largely at- A warmer and a truer friend President Taft's application to Conjust as well up in the acreage of that tended and 'most interesting held Jn In Hie I never knew. "Four doctors had given me up," gress for an appropriation of $500,000 crop as most counties; we are furnish- this city for many years. The Taft for the purpose of strengtheneing the writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca, And when she died her patient soul ing seed corn to counties where the people have been busy enthusing their levees met with a ready response of La., "and my children and all my Put on its wings of love Agricultural train stopped to instruct friends in the $350,000 at once and a promise of more" friends were looking for me to die, Pres- To bid farewell to earthly things of the them how to raise that corn; we are ident, and they know how to accomif necessary. Congressman James has when my son insisted that I use ElecAnd seek a home above. r sending experts to neighboring states plish their purpose, and their people asked Congress for $250,000 with with tric Bitters. I did so, and they have to instruct them as to the proper will be on hand. The followers of Col. Dearest "Cora Celia", how we miss! to purcease food and necessaries for done me a world of good. I will alyou flood sufferers in Kentucky and other ways praise them." Electric Bitters- - is method of handling hemp, and above all Roosevelt seem to have caught the Since from earth you passed "away we have soil second to none in the land spirit of their leader and are fighting-everstates and it will be no doubt quickly a priceless blessing to women troubled And our hearts are aching sorely. in productiyeness, so we have but small granted without a dissenting voice. with fainting and dizzy spells, backinch of the ground and are As we think of you use for instructors along agricultural Gov. McCreary has sent tents, as has ache, headache, weakness, debility, in their claims of sucess. The lines. What we do need and need badly fight is a big one between the 'factions You are gone but not forgotten the National Goverpment, to shelter constipation or kidney disorders- - Use is someone to come here and establish of our republican brethren and the the homeless in the stricken district them and gain new health, strength Never shall your memory "fade home markets for the farm producand everything possible is being- done and vigor. They're guaranteed to satto be close and we are not Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger A tions which we so well know how to able to predict which 'side will score mtnifn hucio TM mc aiu. xxiuuuu uic giavc wlnA juu OVA lfll1 to reduce tne sunenng'to the mini- - isfy or money refunded. Only 50o- - at raise. R. E. McRoberts ft'Son. A devoted friend, A. M. S. lmum. the victory. l-i Kin-naird- hotel with a slight attact of pneumonia, has sufficiently recovered to l able to come down in the lobby, and Robert Love Taylor, "Fiddling Bob" within a few days, the weather United States Senator from Tennessee, will be able to be on the died in a hospital in Washington on last streets. Sunday, his death resulting from the shock incident to an operation for gall Convention Tomorrow. stones. The Republicans of Garrard count Senator Taylor was a notable figure not only in his native state, but his ec will on tomorrow express their choice centric mode of campaigning won him at a Mas3 Convention as to what 1dm a reputation all over the country. shall be sacrificed at the coming NoThrice governor of Tennessee, once de- vember election. The followers of feating his brother for the office, he both President Taft and Col. Roosevelt always carrisd with him a violin, on are expressing confidence as to the which he was an expert player, and de- success of their favorite in the count , lighted his audiences with music as and it is hard to predict who will be the well as oratory, this won for him the winner. sobriquet of "Fiddling Bob". Stnator Mrs. Estes Remains Arrive. Taylor was a democrat and has been in the senate since 1907, Some twenty The remains of Mrs. Ollie W. Estes, yeare ago Mr. Taylor was one of the whose death occured in LaPryor Tex., leading lecturers on the. American cir- an account of which appeared in last cuit, winning fame with his famous weeks Record, arrived here on last lecture "The Fiddle and the bow". Saturday, they were taken to the home He wa3 also widely known as the foundot her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John er of the "Bob Taylor Magazine" in Meadows at Hyattsville, and on Sun- 1905, which publication is now known pay after funeral services at the house as the "TaylorTrotwood magazine. by Rev. O. P. Bush, they were placed at rest in the Lancaster cemetery. per-mitin- g, W. B. Burton who has been confined to his room at the Kengarlan ready-to-we- ar - 875-00- , on y tic to-da- y. con-testsee- - 2 ifcT r-- s zsr i'..- b.s2H --vV Jij 1 Pf--f- r -v ' n 5r-- jf 0AER9L TlflfiR! a a aa WOMEN'S HAIR Easy To Make It Soft Luxuriant And Ra- Afid IM He is K & - A horse that is distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the show ring. There were few better rings f colts seen in a ring this year than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky , by CARROLL PRESTON. by Preston 922, by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73by Washington! Denmark 64; 1st dam Baby Pence 7049, by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam by Carroll Preston is nomiAlmont Forrestr FEE $25.00 TO INSURE. nated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Kentucky. Also in service HIGH CLOUD I ' 3334, by Highland Gay 1149, by Highland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy Lambert 3359. by Red Cloud 2197. FEE $20.00. High Cloud is a dark bay horse with white markings Stands 16 hands high and is full made. Has not had much handling but shows lots of action and speed. 7 W. O. WALKER. Stanford. . r 8 Eez Helton, Will make the season of 1912, "3404. at my stable at Marksbury, Kentucky, at $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. MADISON PEAVINE, 2839, at $12.00 to Insure. GARRARD PEAVINE, at Also $10.00 to Insure. $10.00. 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 kingdom. She was the envy and despair of all the ladies of the court as the men had eyes for no one but her in her presence. And whiltf her figure and feature were greatest charm. ycu "will, pihangc In .every wejfe. SfcKo your creed simple and brqecur out of diant. the revelation of God, and you may Many women have hair so dull and keep it to the end. Phillips Brooks. faded that it is actually repulsive. These women have probably never Generous Offer. heard of PARISIAN SAGE the invigThe money in circulation in thla orating hair dressing that is being used country amounts to $34.01 per capita. by thousands of refined women through If the parties holding back our share will turn over the ?34, they may keep out America. If your hair is falling or thin or faded the CI cents and no questions asked. or lifeless; if you have dandruff or itch- Newark Neffs. ing scalp; if your hair is not as fascinating as you would like to have it, go How to Got a Change. to R. E. McRoberts & Son this very When it is impossible to move a day, ask for a fifty cent bottle of PAR- :onvalescent into different surroundISIAN SAGE and start at once to make ings for the sake of a change, move :he furniture and pictures of the room your hair perfect and even glorious. PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed to .nto different places. An Invalid often give satisfaction, or money back Girl tires of seeing the same pictures and Drnaments in the same places week with Auburn hair on every carton. For ifter week. Change the position of the sale by R. E., McRoberts & Son and furnishings, and it will seem almost druggists everywhere. like moving into another room. i mm Best Compliment. A Poem. About the finest compliment that can be paid to a young man is to say (By Mamie Sebastian) he is a comfort to his parents. Atchison Globe. There's a mansion. Up in the sky, Prepared for us. If we only try. It is a gift. Hortense Cavalla, was known as the From our dear Lord. most beautiful womap in Europe. If we trust in him. Call yaw opinions your preed, and One Lasting Creed. KIMaZSJTJSSM lyS oiry S :ftf- tef-. iaSaioiS te 15 Maks the Easti Deposit receipts the starting of an account at the "parYaWBank & Trust Co. Then 'your fiWiV.V, mWStyi. r; i IK' money will be safe from loss by thieves, fire or any other cause. Be as quick 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 be- lieve possible. of your Sfe.- LriHUillSl t' s. - - I J . B 73 B STB fi T?t Indian Runner Duck Eggs $1. for 13. r, Pure Laying strain. Airs. J. A. Phone 335G. Lancaster, Ky. Dud-dera- S. C. W. Leghorns. Stock from Prize Winners at Atlanta, Louisville, Ciacinnati and other shows. A few Cockerels left. Eggs priced acgj cording ts pen. J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. SZ3Zii3E2 The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. Eggs For Sale. S. C. Brown per 15 or $5.00 Mrs. order on short notice. Leghorns eggs 7i cents per 100 can fill incubator v. F. D. No. 4, &mmm J. M. Cress, R. Wlr rawn Tungsten LAMPS. m m Stanford, Ky. Phone 3S0-- G The Secret Is Qui, Lancaster Exchange. FI F 0TH16 I at same time and placo will stand my fine Jack REID at See me for the pedigree of this stock or see cards. beautiful it was the surpassing loveliness of her complexion which was her Her skin was as white as alabaster, smooth and velvety of texture and her color rich and warm, No Greasy Face Cream For Ker MARK GOINS, Marksbury, ANNIE R00NEY 4104 Ky. REX PEAVINE 1796 u What Did She Use? DAISY 2nd, 2229 PEAVINE PEAVINE 85. 85 3J70, Vol. 7. That was the question so many peoWill make the season of 1912 at my place, 2J miles east of Paint Lick, on Paint ple were dying to know. Cavalla Lick pike. Crestland is a chesnut, coming seven, 16 hands. A good flat bone would not tell and others could not tell and foot; has finish and action 2nd to no horse in Kentucky. His first colts are the secret, because they did not know. coming three years old, and are equal to any horses produce. Show finish, size, Just how a certain Chemist discovercolor and action. ed her secret would make an interestCrestland is by Rex Pea vine 1796. Dam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam ing story alone, one we have not the space to tell; suffice it to say that Powell's Drenon; he by Drinker's Drenon 1C00. Will serve mares at money could not buy her famous recipe 30.00 to Insure a Living Colt. and one of the conditions was that it should never be sold in Europe where Money due when fact is known or mare parted with. Lien on colt for ser vice fee. Mares bred to another horse or jack without my consent I claim my her envious rivals could obtain it. fee. Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per day. Grain fed, at reasonable rate if desired. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should any occur. Come and see this horse before yon breed. J oPfl SBIrfflPll - , W. Phone C. FITZPATRICK, PAINT LICK, KY. 425 Rings, P. L. Exchange. She Used A Face Retenoid FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. selected Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect Plymouth Rocks, the best of all for And obey his word, eggs and table. The hens were selectclear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. And let us remember to bear in mind. ed for their exquisite shape and color, If we seek we shall always find. Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong also laying record as well as for their And if his love, we want to win. fine Plymouth Rock points. They are light. We should always be free from sin. strong and healthy, farm raised, their And never let Satan. eggs will bring good chicks. I offer Lead us astray. such as I will not need for my own usepE For we have to give an account. at 75 cts per setting of 15. Call and On the judgement day. see my flock. & it& For every sinful thing that we do. Louis G. Tinder, Lancaster, Ky. &&KKwm) xoaoxox). That means me as well as you. We should never, forget to pray. For this is the life the truth and the way. What we want. Is peace and rest, And if we live right. We shall be blest. At home of happiness. Peace and bliss, AND And joy and pleasure. Shall not be amiss. My dear friends. That City is great. And there's no time. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. Lancaster, For us to wait. Let's not put it off. S. C. Buff Orpington. English SalBut begin mon Faveralle $2.00 per 15 or $5. per 50 To work for the Lord. Indian Runner Ducks that lay the In a better way. pearly white eggs, $1.00 per 13. Remember the ten Virgins. MRS. S. J. EMBRY, Jr. OF LANCASTER. For the bride groom did wait. Stanford, Ky. Remember the five foolish ones. Capital That made it too late. For Sale. Barred Plymouth Rocks. I have a flock of 100 fine U I STORMeS DRUQ STORE n jc-3.- ?s i rm .(xix)a The LAY W O. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Ky. PAY 6t to-d- ay, THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. S. C. DENNY, If we should like. Eternity. 2k dm Wtr s?s vtluilliili Ches-ter'Spuirr- A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 151 hands high, heavy mane and tail and excellent carriage. was sired by he by Chester Dare and he Black Squirrel. His dam by Red Squirrel. He will make season of 1912 at my barn about 1 miles on new Danville pike at Hill Squirrel iiivsCCs SEASON-19- 12 ry $10. to Insure Living Colt. BUD HALL. Diamond Dick. This pony is 4 years old, spotted and a good individual, 48 inches high and a Will make the season of 1912 at my fine saddle pony. He will make the stable, 3J miles from Lancaster, on season at $10.00 to Insure a living colt. Sire, Black Button one of the highest Lexington pike, at acting ponies in Kentucky. 1st dam White Betsy the finest saddle pony in $15.00 to Insure Colt.- - a Living Kentucky. at the same time and place I will stand my fine big Jack, Also was sired Bud Hall is 15J hands high, by Hockaday's Rex Peavine. 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 MORGAN, $10. to insure a living colt. R. C. SCHOOLER, 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 $10. to Insure Living Colt. Lien retained on all colts for the season money. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. : J. T. RAINEY. Lancaster, Ky. John White & Co. LOUISVILLE. KY. J.J3.AWUAUCrVfc AUU And learn him not, The result will be. The story told above is true in every Go thy way I know ye not. particular with the single exception of Weeping and gnashing. the famous European Beauty's name as But it is too late. she does not want newspaper notoriety. Death in darkness. Alabastrol is something entirely new; Will be thy fate. not a face powder, neither a lotion, Dear friends we should, never shun nor a Cream. the poor. Yet rossesses the properties of all to Nor even turn a beggar from our a more intense degree accomplishing door, far better results in a shorter space of We commit a sin, in doing this way. time. may be a beggar For we Why use face creams if you only offsome day. set their beneficial properties a moment later through the application of But if we always. Do our best, skin drying face powders of often God is merciful. doubtful origin? Powders blow off, And will give us rest. soil your clothes and give your face a chafed appearance at once indicating Of all joy. The greatest to me, their use. Tis not so with Alabastrol, it is rub- - 13 to know there is a mansion. bed into the skin much as you would a Awaiting for me. cream (only after its use you won't I have loved ones. need any creams) and in a few seconds Gone before. the beneficial and essential oils are ab- To that bright. sorbed by the skin and presto And happy shore. Now Note The Skin I hope to meet. Them some sweet day. Not oily or greasy appearing, but a dull When this earth. velvety looking smooth surface will be Shall pass away. reflected to you from your mirror a Let us ask. truly alabaster like effect and what is That our sins are forgiven, more will remain that way for hours And that our reward. and no one will be able to detect its Might be great in heaven, use We do not claim that all can possess And when you kneel. Please take care. the beauty of Cavalla but we do claim a beautiful To remember me. that any one may obtain In your prayer. complexion by using Alabastrol. Now remember our claims are not the origination of a fertile mind as the WELL DESERVED Siloron Mf 'f Co. is incorporated under the laws of the State of Colorado and The Praise That Comes From Thankful that Alabastrol is guaranteed under the Lancaster People. U. S, Pure Food & Drug Act to contain our-selve- The Silo; on Mf 'g Co. has been organized to manufacture her famous recipe and they have termed it after the "ALABAS-TROL.- " properties it possesses, The five foolish ones be, Where whould we spend. One Concrete Block Ma- If we live in sin. chine, porch outfit, fence post moulds, etc absolutely new. Will sell cheap if sold at once. Moores A. Rucker, Lexington, Ky. Care of Fayette National Bank. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres'U Cashier. J. F. ROBINSON', Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Samual 3 Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. L Cochran, AIx R. Denny. J. H. Posey. J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. V. M. Elliott. Directors. D. Will Practice la all State Courts anc KTag,3TEi73?253ggqSiSgy?gn3ag fa U. S. District Court. Phone 194, - s, Office over Police Court. JACK Pi John wfo itM ail ?1 at 1 igfj 1 -- Commissioner' s Sale of Land. Garrard Circuit Court. Mitchell, Plaintiff. CARDS. -- Walker, Guardian, Alberta irSW Tin- M12&4Z.. y- re - 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. -- MWm. mssm &&&&&&& "WOOL COMMISSION and HIDES. Buck Varnon. Black Jack with white points, 8 years old, 152 hands high, fine breeder and great individual. A Jack of fine bone and action. Will stand at $10. to insure a living colt. Will also at same time and place stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. to MrWW J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. nothing but the purest ingredients, and is manufactured under modern .and hygienic methods. 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 Perfect Complexion Beautifier and Mail Orders from all over the country are pouring in. We send "Alabastrol" in plain wrapper to any address in the U. S. on receipt of 50 Cent Silver. v The Siloron Mfg. Co. . Pueblo, Colorado MONEY TrA?' m rMG insure a living colt All will stand at W. P. Deshon's farm on the Crab Orchard pike 5 miles Mares from Lancaster, Kentucky. grazed at $2. per month. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. OTwm m We tell ven how. nnr navhist prices. We are dealers: established in 1856; and can do BETTER for you th?n agents or commission mere. chants. References any bank in Write for weekly price list. tnnt-Vj.f- r Ion-isvill- ruK Residence Phone M. SABEL 227-23-- &. & 33 E. Market St, SONS LOUISVILLE, KY. k-- y W.P.Deshon. ueaiers in niuts, wuuu LANCASTER, KY. Against. Susie Mitchell, & Alberta Mitchell De fendants, Persuant to a 'judgment rendered herein at the March term, 1912. The undersigned commissioner will sell at public auction, before the court house door in Lancaster, Kentucky at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabout on ""MONDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1912. it being the first day of the Garrard Counv Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and de Garrard scribed as follows, to wit:-I- n One kidney remedy has known merit. County, Kentucky, in the town of Paint Lancaster people rely upon it. That Lick, on the Richmond and Lancaster remedy is Doans Kidney Pills. Lancas- turnpike road, and is bounded as follows ter testimony proves it reliable. Beginning at a stone near the pike Mrs. J. . Pumphrey, Danville St., and corner to New Hope parsonage Lancaster, Ky., says: "My experience thence in line to same N 19J E II. 7 with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to poles to a stake on parsonage line, Ruckerr-thenc- e his line say that they live up to the claims corner to I. C. S 51 E 7.59 poles, corner to same;- made for them. I suffered a great thence with pike N 83 W. 8.4 poles to deal from backache and could not sleep the beginning, containing one acre, well. On several occasions my back three roods and seventeen poles, more became so painful and weak that I was or less. This land was inherited by the parties unable to attend to my housework. herein from Charlie Mitchell de'cd which Being advised to give Doan's Kidney property was conveyed to Charlie Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a sup- Mitchell by deed from J. G. Galloway County ply at McRobert's Drug Store. They Recorded in the Garrard page 10clerks .ana office in Deed Book 13, helped me from the first and I was soon dated Jan. 1st 1895. relieved." Said property will be sold on a credit tne purcnaser win The above statement was given March of six months bond with apMrs. Pumphrey was be required to execute purchase price, 20, 1908 and when proved security for the interviewed on February 6, 1912, she having the force aud effect of a resaid: "Doan's Kidney Pills are a great plevin bond payable to W. H. Brown relieved me M. C. G. C. C, bearing interest at the medicine. cent from date until and I gladly confirm what I said some rate of six per reserved upon the proppaid and a lien years ago recommending them." erty until the purchase money is all For sale by all dealers. Price 50 paid. W. H. BROWN. cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United Master Commississioner Garrard Circuit Court. States. H. C. Kauffman Atty, March 30th, Remember the name Doan's and 1912. no other. take :"V ;They-promptl- ufty3fe3;i.v.' ' ""Mr-m- i . L H:.j Sr2-5- s i t iWk . -- 'niarri , .fXgan , rgmz'&?zwm Jfct.-3: i.'5&:ha:x is Z j ,. ---- 'Z' - -- T Ti3VHl r:sssaK TgsSteirSSBESE sS3S$ &??& &5&'$ggg at-"- -. mmr T - Have Your cards Made At Once We are better prepared than ever before. GIVE US A CALL. The Gentral INCORPORATED. Record. KENTUCKY i LANCASTER, vy A . . . jr ,j ?. .-- ,, , ? -- 3 ", far pr1 v3Bfi''j?-,,'S- a - .- - ',: et Piano FREE This is Picture a:' of one of the FREE PI ANOS to be : given away It's So Eesy To End Catarrh. Go to R. E. McRoberts & Son and say I want a HYOMEI outfit-ta- ke it home open the box pour a few drops of HYOMEI from the bottle into the little hard rubber inhaler breathe it for five minutes and note the refreshing relief breathe it four or five times a day for a few days and catarrh and all its disgusting symptoms will gradu ally disappear. HYOMEI contains no opium, cocaine or other harmful drugs and is sold on money back plan for catarrh, asthma, croup, colds and catarrhal deafness. Complete outfit $1.00 extra bottles if needed 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggists everywhere. Simple instructions for use in every package you can't fail to banish cattarch if you follow instructions. rSHBVBHIZlHHBHHHHHHIB Seeking A Literarr Press) RULES and REGULATIONS Governing Candidates for the Grand Prizes offered by Sensation (Copyright, igit. by Associated each of the Merchants in connection with The Central Record. X Carruthers jammed his note book Into his pocket; lit his big calabash pipe, took tip his walking stick and sort hat and whistled to his dog, Mike. A moment later he was swinging off across the Ileitis surrounding the avia- TEATEKSVILLE. Mr. Squire Burton visited Mr. T. O. Hill last week. Miss Verna Pierce spent Tuesday with Miss Leota Ray. Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hover spent Sunday with Mrs. Eliza Sadler. Mr. and Mrs. 0. K. Simpson was the guest of Mr. E. L. Grow and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Hill of Buckeye spent Thursday with Mrs. N. R. Bogie. Mrs. Walter Grow visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. Thomps Sebastain 1. Ballot Box will be opened every Monday at 6 p. M. and the tion club. Carrutliert? could not tell the dog votes therein counted and the ballot box resealed by a committee of that ho had written a story in which two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be an airship figured and that his knowledge of bird men and their craft was subject to public approval. The result of each week's count shall be in our great Piano But you can see the original by calling at the store of R. S. Brown in Lancaster, or Becker, Ballard & Co., at Bryantsville. Votes given on all purchases at the above two stores,and given in either contest on subscriptions and renewals to The Central Record. Did you ever stop to think that GIES are all custom made, made right at home by the hand and sold direct to the consumer, giving you better value for your money than any one else. We have about 75 jobs on the floor at present. We make special prices on carriages and Auto repairing and painting. We solicit a portion of your business. Remember we carry a stock of automobiles. Factory and wareroom on 108-11- 8 2nd St. ARNOLD'S BUG- Mlkey, in tho hope that some conqueror of the air will chance to pass over our ignorant heads. In that way wo may glean a siifliciont atmosphere to mako our story real." Half an hour later Carruthers was lying full length in the long grass. Mike, more or less disgusted that the walk had turned out as it usually did, nosed about for venturesome snakes and moles. Suddenly he pricked up his ears. A buzzing as of many bees disturbed the silence. The noise grew louder, nearer, Mike circled about like mad until Saturday. he caught sight of the great Hying Little Miss Margaret Warren and thing that was approachiug nearer and brother spent last week with their nearer. Mike, completely disgusted at his aunt Mrs. B. Warren. master's lack of enthusiasm, put his Mr Farmer nose to the sky and yelped frantically Don't you think it would be a good at the flying monster. His efforts were successful. Carruidea to sow some Millet, Cane or Cow thers awoke from his dreaming and reas ior eariy ieeaingr we carry a sat bolt upright. full stock of all, several qual Steady and smooth as a bark on a itie3 of hay that we can furnish at all calm sea the sailed majestictimes. Phone 26, Hudson & Hughes. ally through the air. "By Jove, Mike!" Carruthers exMrs. Bell Pherigo of Lexington and Mrs. Wm. Simpson of this place was claimed In his enthusiasm, "I would my last cheque for the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Wal- give the whole of the sensation of gliding through space ker Saturday. like that!"" As If In direct answer to his desire STOMACH MISERY QUICKLY ENDED. a missive came hurling down from the bi-pla- lamentably meager. "We will stroll about the fields. published every to appear. 2. ager. ' week and the candidate's name and her standing All votes are ed once each month by the contest man- Any candidate can get the consent of contest manager at any time to inspect or count the votes, 3. Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is nomnated in regular form on one of the coupon ballots. The contest manager re4. serves the right to reject the name of any undesirable candidate and to limit the number of entries. N5. Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are Coupons r ob- tained from any of the following sources; nevvspaper, or in any handbill, dodger, form-lette- appearing in the or card issued by or coupons given for trade at the stores. All others shall be declared void and thrown out by the judges. 6. No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be per mitted to enter the contest. Sourness, Gas, Heaviness, Heartburn Go In Fve Minutes. H 1H H U Hi H H H Eat a hearty mal if you want to. Then take two tablets and you'll wonder why that old stomach of yours is so comfortable. tablets do more than give relief, they clean, renovate, put strength and elasticity into the stomach walls and build up the general condition of the stomach so that you can digest the heartiest meal without fear of distress. Guaranteed for indigestion, dizziness, biliousness, sleeplessness, sick headache, and all stomach diseases. Large box 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggist everywhere. MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A 7. All votes must be deposited in the ballot box in the presence airship. Carruthers picked up the missive of the contest manager or some one appointed by him. In casting a and read: "Whoever finds this note of mine, number of votes at the same time they must be neatly tied together or Can fly with me at any time. Call at hangar number nine. placed in a small envelope. Votes on newspaper subscriptions may be "N. QUILLER." 1SKYANTSV1LLE Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kennedy spent Sunday at Preachersville. Mr. C. C. Becker was in Winchester several days last week on business. Mrs. Hogan Ballard is the guest of relatives in Lexington and Nicholas-ville. R. M. ARNOLD, DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Mrs. Morris Long, of Danville the guest of Mrs. R. I. Burton was Wed- Hanna's Green Seal "THE MADE-T0-WEA- nesday. Quite a number from here attended the Millinery opening's at Lancaster R PAINT" Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the passing years. Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. Saturday. Mr. James Coy of Kirksville, made a short visit last week to Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton. Miss Bessie Singleton has returned from Millersburg and opened a select is a difference. It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. This is an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have in their product FOR BALE BY llpi ill ij CONN BROTHERS. FOR High Class Stationery SUCH AS a school on Monday. Mrs. Sallie B. Welch has returned home after a visit to her daughter, Mrs Sam Deatherage at Richmond. smile. Natalia Quiller colored swiftly beMr. Bob Williams, of Fort Worth neath the leather bonnet, "Then you Texas, spent Saturday and Sunday can not see my face until we reach with his brother Mr. J. C. Williams. terra flrma," she cried laughingly. Mrs. S. L. Burke was in Lexington "Come I will take you up as my note recently to see her daughter, Miss Pat- promised." ty Bell vho is attending Hamilton col "Don't you want to know the name lege. of your passenger in case " "In case we come down quicker Mr Farmer. than we expect?" she laughed. "Yes," Don't you think it would be a good she said with sudden softness, "yea idea to sow some Millet, Cane or Cow I would like to know your name." "John Carruthers and that is my Peas for early feeding? We carry a dog, Mike." full stock of all, several qual "Is my passenger then, the John Carities of hay that we can furnish at all ruthers of short story fame?" times. Phone 26, Hudson & Hughes. "I was seeking sensations for a Miss Agnes Miles returned to her story when your missive nearly took home at Buckeye Saturday after spend my ear off," the author said. "I hope you find sensations," Natal-H- a ing several weeks with Mr. and Mrs said with a wicked light in the Deane. eyes behind the goggles. And CarruInterest in the Piano Contest is in thers found more than a story he creasing every day and the names cf found a wife in the air. several new candidates are being added every day at Becker, & Ballard. Tactful Request. Miss Thora Trueblood, of Ind is with Dobblelgh was a confirmed borrowMrs. Burgess again this season as trim er, and, what was worse, he seldom remer, she has a number ot friends here turned the borrowed articles. He had who are very much pleased with her held on to Whlbley's umbrella, for Inas We will have to wait until tomor- cast personally or by mail. row for our sensation," he told Mike as they made their way back to the 8. Any candidate can solicit votes in any District they wish. lonely bungalow on the hill. But the next day rain came down in torrents and the wind blew. Carruthers had a vague notion that bird men did not mako flights in rainy weather. The following day he and Mike set : : : out for the aviation grounds. Carruthers slackened his pace but when he drew near to the hangar that When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. bore the name of N. Quiller. Within, voices were heard and outGood For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered side lay the great Carruthers knocked at the green door and Mike barked imperiously. I VOTE FOR A small man came from within and In Piano Contest. through the smoky goggles of his leather bonnet looked at the author. With a hesitating gesture Carruthers held out the square of lead with Its bit of paper. "I am looking for a man by the name of N. Quiller the man who dropped this " A silvery laugh came from behind the goggles. Carruthers started back. "So you picked up my note." The laugh came again and Carruthers found himself making music of it. "I hoped it would be found and If you are ready we will go up Immediately." Carruthers had drawn away in his embarrassment. "I I had not expected to find a lady," he said hesitatingly and twirling his cap in a vague, undecided manner. The voice from behind the goggles We have made arrangements with the Louisville Evenwas slightly mocking. "You are not afraid, are you?" ing Post, whereby we can give you "I might bo If I could see your face," Carruthers told her with his whimsical -- r v GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES The Central Record Post FOR ONE YEAR and the Louisville Evening From NOW Until November the 10th, 1912. BOTH For The Small SUM Of $2.00 This only applies to our patrons who live outside the city of Lancaster, where no Louisville Post agent is Visiting Cards, Announcements, Monogram Paper, Embossed 3 Letter Heads and f : i "C 1 SEE THE CENTRAL RE60RD. Ask For Samples. '. "Easy," said Hlckenlooper. 'Call a messenger and send Dobblelgh this note." And he scribbled off the following: "Dear Dobblelgh: If you can spare it Midnight In The Ozarks. I'd like to borrow that umbrella of and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, of mine for a couple of days. Can you Clay City, 111., coughed. He was in oblige me?" Harper's Weekly. the mountains on the advice of five Kicked By A Mad Horse. doctors, who said he had consumption, found no help in th climate, and but Samuel Birch, of Beetown Wis., had started home. Hearing of Dr. King's New Discovery, he began to use it a most narrow escape from losing his "I believe it saved my life," he writes leg, as no doctor could heal the fright"for it made a new man of me, so that ful sore that developed, but at last I can now do good rwork again." For Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it com all lung diseases, coughs, la grippe, pletely. Its the greatest healer of P asthma, croup, whooping cough, hay fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quin ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, bruises and piles syits the best known remedy. Price 50c cuts, corns, and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaran on earth. Thy it. 25c. at R. E. Mcson. tee uy ,. c. Roberts & Son. cold-sore- s, l-- m return. There has been quite a good deal of sickness in this vicinity, Mrs. Charley Deane who has been very ill, is greatly improved, also Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dean are much better. stance, for nearly a year. "And I'm blest if I know how I am ever going to get.it back," said Whib-le- Money must be paid CASH in advance. i B. F. HUDSON, y. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. President ORGANIZED 1S83. 7- l$b Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. W. SURPLUS $35,000. V. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. l-- m - 1 & A . . ' y l?! ' ...,--;. rS. -- ' 4. 2f "ifp? JtfrxS'i-'- - rm Tin iffnrrr rnr iim it m titt i nm tik "i tttt" ttim ittttb TTTrr i i inn nr 'i tt minim rnrr- - rmnm rrm rmrm rm rrm ens irpn iin ga itt ffffirwi imna-ggg- t- - a i fc. ' JT KiSg i ,V UT Material - .. Our Styles in Ready .Made Dresses express, themselves in originality and good taste. -- i: We are showing- Woolens Silks, Wearing Apparel. that beautiful '.New Ratine Voiles, Linen Suitings, and everything-tha- for Dresses, also a complete line of is NEW- and up to the Minute in Women's Cotton Corduroys in various qualities. See our display of White Shoes and Oxfords. t f PH AflKfi EEjfifl 98r The Store That Always Makes Good.. 4?-- ereantile iri i mpany hi rni)niiiMii hi in i mii i hi i n i iwpimi imi pn i i rirni 0 n im k in TTn iimi m nrTT ifT7 mri iim i'wh ymwm miMymM Having bought the crop of corn of J. Fleece Robinson we have selected I YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, j 100 bushels for seed. Any one wishing TlWTirnlMIlM iililMwuijr t buy may have same for $1.50 per Mllli Lushel. Garrard Milling Co. Horses clipped. Herndon & Walker. Wanted Lady: We will pay salary and commission to a good agent to sell Money to loan on real estate security. H. Clay KaufFman, Grd., for W. P. Alabastrol. our new Face Retinoid and other toilet preparations direct to the Lakes. Jiomes. All women need them and will You can get this paper for one year buy if you show it .to them. Agents and The Louisville Evening Post untill make from $10 to 20 a week in their November 12th 1912 for only 2.00. home towns. No previous experience necessary. Exclusive territory to producers. Note our big ads in this paper Notice for Alabastrol and Dabro. We will Suit will be filed against all parties run your name and address under our oweing school taxes 1910 and 1911 on ads and throw the business into your about April 15 1911, please call and hands. You can make money. Write settle same and save cost. today. The Siloron Mfg. Co., Pueblo, 3t. E. W. Harris, Tres. Colo. jgSS30eS33SS7. ijsossap iDOUt People n v gMsWrrrTBTrarH r 4 B p ii i W uni " "W A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Arc Interested In, Tf etera rtaaviMtfAiVAiAji2scsag was in Stan-for- Mrs. Ethel West Darnold Danville Saturday. Miss Susie Hilton has been in e k T A. visiting her mother. Little Oliver Price Bush is reported quite sick of pneumonia. Mrs. Wm. Hays of Stanford has been visiting Mrs, James A. Beazley. Towles Walker of Indiana has been here visiting his mother at Paint Lick. e. A P? : 19 & .jr amid the springtime flowers; after which they will return to their home in Mrs. A. C. Robinson returned Tues Rockcastle county, Ky. This couple Mrs. Lester Hilton of Stanford was day from a visit ts her daughter Mrs. has a host of friends who wish them the guest of Mrs. R, H. Batson last J. B. Paxton of Stanford. a life of much happiness. week. Mrs. Joanna Ball has returned from Ray. The Chantaqual Circle met Saturday a visit to her daughter ' Mrs. Ernest afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred P. Bqhon. Campbell of Stanford. Mrs Nancy Jane Ray, aged 76 years, Frisbie. widow of the late Dr. William Ray, Oliver, Mrs. Ann Robinson has returned Givens Terrill has been in Jenkins from a several week's visit to relatives died at her home near Buckeye at 1 o'clock Monday morning of the InfirmiDisc for a short stay with his brother O. U. n upper Garrard and Madison. double Deere Corn Terrill. ties incident to old age. After funeral The, C. W. B. M. are observing' the services by Rev. Tinder on Wednesday Smoothing Single Disc Misses Martha and Helen Gill enter .veek of prayer and holding services on morning, her remains were placed at tained at an elaborated 12 o'clock din Tuesday Thursday and Fridav. rest in the cemetery at Buckeye. on Friday. Little Miss Allie Russell Fish of Mrs. Ray was one of the many noble The Mary Walker Price Chapter wil; Stanford spent Saturday and Sunday women of this section of the county, meet Monday afternoon at the home oi with her aunt Mrs. V. A. Lear. the wife of a man who for a long numMrs. J. L. Riley. Mr. Jack Adams and friend Wm. ber of years was the leading practicion-e- r in that part of the county, she was Mrs. Jennie Ramsey and children Fish of Stanford were recent guests, of ijKgAMMsmrogOTrre-drknown and love'd by the entire country have been visiting Dr. Ramsey and Mr. Wm. Fish Sr. of Paint Lick. U family in Stanford. A side, a kind, motherly woman, with al Xv.; lm-- ! Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mount attended ways a word of kinddss and consolation Mrs. J. B. Soper and sister Miss the funeral of Mr. Samuel H. Shanks for tho3e who were in distress, a deMinnie Gulley visited Mrs. Dr. Ray at held at Stanford Tuesday afternoon. voted christian, member of the ChrisBuckeye .Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Walker and little tian church,, her death is a calamity to MBHMHiaBMiM'HMaKVWMnAflM!3atOBaMHairjMMliHrHiHKIaHBK Mr. W. 0. Wearren left Tuesday for daughter Georgetta have been visiting the entire community. Mrs. Ray was Phoenix Ariz, where he expect to re- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walker in Stan-fo.- before her marriage Miss Nancy Jane side permanently. Raney, daughter of late William Raney. Miss Annie Davis McRoberts of She is survived by two brothers, Wil Mrs. Alex Walker and Misses Bettie Robinson and Mabel Mason motored to Stanford will arrive the last of the liam Raney of Illinois and Robert week to visit Misses Margaret and Raney of Indiana, and one sister who H Stanford Saturday. Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. resides somewhere in the West, and by J?2&Stt;XXM.Z!Z?!&K&IWZ&S iz??il'lXS-.-mXZMrs. John S. Baughman and little Joan Mount. three sons, John Ray of Michigan and Miss Mary Rankin of Madison Fe Rev. Bronston Ray of Richmond Va. aon of Danville are guests of Mr. and male In titute will be at home Friday both of whom came home for the funMrs. Luther Gibbs. to spend Easter with her parents Mr. eral and Raymond Ray of Buckeye Co Shirley Hudson, Joe Price and H. and one daughter, Mrs. John Dicker-- , Clay Kauffman were visitors in the and Mrs. T. C. Rankin. Dr. W. Burnett, J. F. Holtzclaw, R. son, who lived with her mother. Falls City the pastweek. Mrs. Ray. was largely connected Elder and Mrs. F. M. Tinder left S. Brown and H. V. Bastin went to throughout the county, and there is not B a Tuesday to attend the Missionary Ex- Winchester Wednesday morning and a l caught the Roosevelt train and went friend or relative but will shed a tear - position of The World in Cincinnati. because of her death with'Col. Roosevelt to Louisville. I H to . John Ray formerly of this county Mr. Chas. C. Becker the popular j We a of Never Out Of Work. now of Michigan was called here by Bryantsville merchant has been on a CJ the death .of his mother Mrs. Nancy-Rayour. policy business trip to Winchester. Mr. The busiest little things ever made O of Buckeye. .Becker is president of the Winchester are Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every you to The Woman's Club held r, business Grocery Co., whose capital stock is pill is a sugar-coate- d globule of health, iz; session to the midweek assemblage ?50,000. that changes weakness into strength, with Mrs. George D. Robinson presidinto Mr. Johnie Estes who was called languor into energy, brain-fa- g ing at the meeting. home by she death of his grandmother mental power; curing Constipation, -4 Misses Blanche Hamilton and Carrie Mrs. John Estes, after several days Headache, Chills. Dyspepsia, Malaria. Boulden have returned from a visit to stay with his mother Miss Mattie Es- Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard at Bryantsville. tes bas returned to bis home in Portsw Garnett Kemper. R. G. Woods. PAINT LICK, KY. Jessamine Journal. mouth Ohio. SPECIFICATION The Fence with the Heavy Stays Miss Rella Arnold made a short visit Kirksville, were recent guests of Mr. to Mrs. Andrew Hemphill in Nicholas-villand Mrs. Sam Cotton. On Wednesday morning April, 3rd. Mrs. Roy S. Beazley of Mt. Vernon al 10:30 o'clock, Miss Mary E. Wheeler is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James A. and Mr. James H. Lambert were marBeazley. ried at the home of the bride's mother, Mrs. Cleveland Rose is at home after Rev. A. C. Baird officiating. After a visit to her sister Mrs. J. C. Eubanks which a delightful dinner was served. of Stanford. Only the immediate members of the Mrs. W. K. Warner and little son of family being present. The. bride is a daughter of the late Stanford are guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Wheeler and Mrs Do'ra Wheeler . J. B. Bourne. of Nina Ky. The attractive little bru Reverend Bronston Rav of Virginia was called by the death of his mother nette looked her lovliest in a white voile over satin. She is a young lady Mrs. Nancy.Ray. of many fine qualities and a popular Miss Jennie Lackey went to Stanford Garrard county .teacher, while- - the Wednesday to attend the McRoberts groom is a prosperous young merchant Embry marriage. of Rockcastle county and is well known Miss Allen Bourne has returned from and admired because of his many noa stay with her sister Mrs. W. K. ble traits of character. After the wedding the happy young couple drove to Warner of Stanford. Lancaster where they boarded the evenMr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Cotton, of ing train for a tour Miss Bessie Prather returned Tuesday night from a visit to. Richmond. WheelerLambert. r "- - - through the south sk s. John Bsere and Syracuse Plows. Hoosier and cutting Planters. Clarks John Harrows. Harrows. and IMfTMT a B LattasloEgssthsbui'ding.aadcjvcrneedrsTais Hanko7r.z-lr.izpen3l- SON CO. "j occasional 3 sever necH any tltentxn, except aa 1 coal of pd.it. Just the thing fcr til kins oi couat-- y bu3diagj. Fitz-proof I ez. CaabelaiJnsttcveiwocdchinslesv.-jthoutdlrtofLottcr.- 1 Apply to Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. Am, vvc'vvihc nny imiu ui Office at National Bank. d. iJllPciir Chemical Engine Now in use by the Lancaster Fire Department. In good condition, the very thing to have in a large country home or a small town. Call oh or write L. E. HERRON, Chief ofPolice, Lancaster, Ky. BEA2LEY & COLLIER Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance i luusauiiPii make us hum o H t I your needs and specialty especially adapted for write a investigate" our property. It will pay special policy. mzwmm i i W IDENDS y if are paid by 8' g f g. Neatly PAPERED Rooms Not o 1- in dollars and cents, but in satisfaction KEMPER & WOODS, Fire. Hail. Tornado and comfort. Let us show you our new line. 1-- m Insurance. HARTFORD," Aetna, National Of Hartford. Miss Bettie West, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. George Robinson has returned to her home in Lancaster. Danville Messenger. ij R. Here Is A v. Remedy That Will Cure Sink TOO MUCH LOVE Too much lovefor fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles". Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE 'AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was cured in one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, regular size bottles' only 25c at Stormes Drug Store. . And Scalp Affections. 2 s K McRoberts C& Son. y IpIfMrfWinrTMrrUtlMiE l-ip .HjJHJliglijdJgls. g B" It is easy for the housewife when she makes bread from the products of the Garrard J ! i Milling Co. Lancaster, Kentucky. BaillljiJiiliij miii!Bj!9iil!iSi!iI Judge Lewis L. Walker spoke at Harrodsburg Monday afternoon and in in- -' IrH. Danville Monday evening in the terest of President Taf t. Mrs. John Engleman and Miss Pearl Gentry of Stanford were over Saturday to see Mrs. Eliza Farris who is ill at the Lancaster hospital. Messrs B. K. and David Swope were called to Stanford by the death of their' brother Col. Joshua D. Swope the popular Circuit Clerk of Lincoln. county. Collector W. W. Wiseman of DanM ville motored over Sunday and spent a; m few hours with Lancaster friends, he accompanied, m wasoffice men, andby Ed Wilson one of incidentally one of, his the most competent revenue men in ' the service, Hyatts-vill- e Mr. Scott Ham and family of left on last Friday for California, where they will make thei& 'future as borne, stopping nrst in Arizona jor a week's visit . to Mrs. Ham's parents. Mr. TIam was until recently engaged in IB the mercantile business at Hyattsville, But disposed of it because of failing mm health. . . it w AND WE CAN PROVE IT. The R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store says to every person be it jnap, woman or child who has an irritaied, tender, inflamed, itching SKIN or SCALP, you need not suffer another day. "We have a refined skin preparation that acts instantly and will bring you swift and sure results." One warm bath with ZEM0 SOAP and one application of ZEM0 and you will not suffer another moment and you will soon see a cure in sight. ZEM0 and ZEM0 SOAP are proven cures for every form of skin or scalp affection. They are .sold by one leading druggist in every city or town in America and in Lancaster By R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store. 1-- m We Carry Lumber I that makes the man who buys and uses it proud of good judg ment in coming here. For our Lumber goes far- Black Star I Notice, Qo - All parties having accounts against the estate of Ira IJalcojnb, of Bryantsville, Ky. to present same, properly proven, to J. D. Halcomb, Burgin, Ky, and all parties owing the said Ira Deceased will please come and pay same at once. ' ;" J. D. Halcomb, .Admr.', Hal-comford-iwa- Fills Every Requirement. al -- ther and lasts longer than four times the poorer, un- seasoned kind. The next time you need Lumber of any kind from beams to shingles, try ours. We will both gain by the operation. TRY IT an SAVE MONEY; Every Load Guaranteed to Please b, Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. rd H. C. BAILEY. I i ,, -- - Ji&, && - .- - .. y "'S? t . y --- -. - " ic- - . --"V i s. Sswfci '; iLirfii J. L. Irvine Dead. I FARMER'S COLUMN ! A telegram to relatives here yesterday from Mr. O. H. Irvine announced the death of his mather in Louisville yesterday of heart trouble. Mrs. IrL. Irvine tjpaco'below this beading Is for tlic exclu- vine was the wife of.Prof. J. who for a long while taught school in sive use of Oar farmer subscribers, and if for the sale of stock, grain and such things on Lancaster, and who died in Louisville farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver- a few years ago. Mrs. tise. No police will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in two issues of the Record, free of charge In Is Buying At Our Store Now, Except You get Much Lower Prices. Buying as we do at lowest possible prices, and having much low er expenses, we can and do sell cheaper than any city store. Another difference is that we take a personal interest in our customers and do all we can to please and save them money. Our present stock is varied and extensive enough to please .all tastes and all "purses. We are showing over one thousand Dresses and 'Suits in all manner of styles; quality and prices. We havenot forgotten those who stiirprefer to make up their garments at home, and on our first floor will be found everything new in Piece Goods, Furnishings, Trimmings Underwear, Notions, Etc. . 337-- H 6 Arnold, Henry Burnett & Elliott S10-Brmside, Bobt 392-Burton, R. 1. 161 Conn Bros. A H New Phones. Cotton, C. S. Store. Ofike Em. Res. 357-- Q 378-- J Hardware. Ras. Ros. Rug. Res. Popular Liveryman. -- Center, Walter, 220 Elliott, Dr. W. M. 174-Fox, J. C. B 199 39.1-- good locust post. Thompson, Preachersville, Ky. Sale:-30- 0 For J. H. Mr. Will Embry sold to Mr. Robinson of Mercer county a two year old mare for 245.0fi. For Sale Will sell at Mrs Raymond Cates, Lowell, Ky. 3 pair Indian Runner ducks $2.00 per pair. Mr. Jesse W. Sweeney, of Lancaster, was here Tuesday night to assist in the work of conferring the Red Cross, Degree in Ryan Commandecy. Mr. Sweee ney is the liveryman of his city, and quite popular. He also finds time to pick up some dollars as a farmer owning a good farm near that city. Danville Messenger. wide-awak- Farmer's Union Gosney, N. J. 5 Hurt & Anderson. 165 Hurt F. G. G Store. Kca. Furniture. Rea. Reg. Kas. Res. 387-- A 3S7-- K 239 1S6 69 21 323 339-- Q C63-S Kurtz H. SI. Locker B. Long J. P. Lan. Tobocco Ware House. Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. Logan H. T. Moore Henry Mahan J. Q. Mahan J. V. Morgan G. A. McMillan Lige Montgomery Dr. Res. Km. Mr. W. T. Noel bought a fine 5 year old Jack from Mr. T. O. Hill. Seed Corn For Sale. R. ft?. Rm. 374-- S 3S5-- B 392-- U Boone county white seed corn and Irish pstatoes for sale. Phone 3Q3-B 202 3G3-G - B. F. Robinson. 400-- U 3Sl-- il 333-- U 334-- B 329-- M Where Where ARE YOU GOING? I am going to the Three Chair Shop to get my Face and Head Changed where you don't have te wait a minute. Richmond Street. Perkins E. W. Pope & Vaughn. Pierce Joe. Rankin T. C. Rankin James Rainey J. T. Rav Mrs. Eliza Rose G. C. I Rose Dr. B. C. 0c. Res. Res. Store. Res. Rs. Rs. Re. He. . Kta. Km. Rm. 1J4 970- - HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. "I was ashamed of my face," writes "It :IIss Pickard of North Carolina. but was all full of pimples and scars, Prescription for D. after usinj; V. say D. that now there is Eczema I can no sign of that Eczema and that was three years njjo." This is but one of thousands of cascj in which D. D. D. has simply washc.l . 93 85 50 400-- H Riley J. L. Robinson Mrs. J. C. Ross & Whitloek. Schooler Roy. 213 335-- H C38-Q W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220 J.W.SWEENEY LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. KENTUCKY. Office D. D. D. away the sltin trouble. cleanses the el:in of the germs of Eczema, Psoriasis and other serious skin diseases; stops the itch instantly, and 'when used with D. D. D. soap the cures reem to be permanent. Nothing like D. D. D. for the complexion. Trial bottle 25 cents, enough to prove the merit of this wonderful remedy. AVe can also give you a full slzo bottle for ?1.C0 on our abroluto guarantee that if this very first bottle faili. to give you relief it vill cost you nothing. 192 86 41 3S 397 SCO Turner & Carpenter. Star. Re& Turner Joe Walker Kemp. Rra. Walker Alex. Res. Walker & Herndon. Livry. Wherritt W. H. Zanone Miss Margaret. R3. Bishop Miss Fannie. Res. Veteriwiy. Dr. R. L. Pontius. Sts. R. .Tailored Suits. Tailored Suits this season are the best Rvalues ever offered in the history of the Suit business, and we are showing hundreds of them carefully selected from the best makers in New York. At $15. we offer quite an assortment of excellent suits made of all wool Serges and Novelties. Better goods and better tailored than sold for $18.50 last season. At $25. we offer a great variety of finest high grade Tailored Suits in Serges, Whipcords, Bedfords cloths. These are wonderful values, equal to any ever sold at $32.50. New Chiffon Taffeta silk suits with handsome lace collars at $25. to $45. and White Serge Suits at all prices from $15. to $35. and-Novelt- y pETTICOATS. We .offer petticoats made of genuine Halcyon and excellent imitation of all silk messaiines at Bastin Telephone Company Iucorrorated. R E. McRoberts & Son LANCASTER. Office Hours 8 ii ?.? oer a.m to 12. l p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store Sparkling Eyes. A STORY Norse-manty- B? IF. Phone 05. Walter. DENTIST. TJNSLEY, PHONE 323-- J. Pure silk Messaline petticoats at $1.98, $2.75 and on up to $6. Extra large size Chiffon Taffeta petticoats at $3.50. Commissioner 's Sale of LancL Garrard Circuit Court. Marion Mitchell Many otherwise oeautiiul women have been neglected by nature with Lancaster, Ky. a lack of glossy, lustrous, dark Eyebrows: many Blonders of True pe SILKS. - fl. J. Office over F. G. with beautiful eyes cannot show them off to an advantage through lack of dark, heavy, lustrous eyebrows. , To meet a universal and pupular demand among the fair sex we have after much experimenting produced a compound termed "DABRO" consisting of harmless Organic Substances, Essential Oils, Balsame, etc., yielding by our process a stiff emulsion which will stimulate growth of the eyebrows and darken them to the desired shade. We are showing- all the popular varieties of Silk. Foulards at 50c to $ .50 Plain and changeable Taffetas. Many styles of new 1 County Surveyor. Hurt's furniture store. Stripe Silks. All plain colors in Messaiines, Crepe Meteors, Marquisettes and all kinds of Black Silks. Lancaster, Kentucky WHITE GOODS. 1 J5. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses .Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W3 Office Phone 6 Harmful Eyebrow Pencil. Should be discarded as they only tend to envelope your hair with a film DR. Win. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. of greasy matter, preventing access of fresh air and thus to your detriment serve the opposite purpose for which you had intended them namely, beautifying yourself. A more modern, absolutely harmless, hygienic and effective medium is. "Dabro" It will not only stimulate growth of yous Eyebrows and darken them if too light, but' will produce a luster "and glossiness not duplicated by any other means. We guarantee that Dabro will do what we claim for it if used as directed or we will cheerfully refund your money. Dabro will be sent in plain wrapper to any address in the U". S. upon receip of 50 cents in silver. Guaranteed under U. S. Pure Food and Drug Act. THE SILORON MFG. CO. PUEBLO, COLORADO. H. J. PATRICK, All "Work Guaranteed. Dentist. Paint Lick, tf. n-1- 9 Kentucky one and ing these like there is in having one made. You see Embroidered dot Crepe at 30 and 50c. just how it looks before buying, and the New York A complete line of Cotton Corduroys factories are so systemitized that they are turning out all size cords in plain white and colored beautiful garments at very nominal prices. stripes at all prices from 25c to 75c. yard. We are showing over 300 Wool and Silk Dresses at every price from $6. to $40. The materials are Foulards, Plain anp Changeable, Chiffon Taffetas, Silk We show an immense variety of embroid action. Serges, Crepe Meteors, Chiffons, etc., and Wool Serges, be made oh sale eries for dresses, Flounces in 27 and 45 inch a TERMS:-Sa-ofidsix monthswilland give bond the purcredit Challies,. Etc. Bedfords, French chaser will be required to t Special attention is called to a collection of over in both.white and colored embroidery done with approved surety bearing at 6 on Voiles and Batistes, with Bands and Gal sale, per cent per annum from date the' forty styles of dresses at $13.50 and $15. Also to an with A lien 'retained upon the payment loons to match. Allover embroideries of property sold tcsecureand said bond- of assortment of Evening Dresses in Chiffons, white and to the purchase money, many kinds from 75c to $3. per yard. Box have the force and efiect of a judgcolored Nets aud Meteors from $1 1. up. ment upon which execution may issue 1 (8-10- 0) Every new kind and all the old favorites. Wool French and domestic Voiles at 25c to 75c. Crepe Voil at 65c. Mercerized Batistes at e The dress has come to stay because every from 5c to 75c. Ratine Cloth 30c likes them. There is no "lottery" business in buy- all . All qualities of plain to $ fancy and Sill Dresses. one-piec- p-Uc- es EMBROIDERIES. Plaintiff Against William Meritt ami others Defendants Pursuant to the judgment rendered herein at the March ierm 1912 the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the court hotue door in Lancaster, Kentucky. at eleven o'clock or there about on MONDAY APRIL 22nd 1912, it being the first day of Garrard County Court term, the following property which' is described in the pleadings and i3 thus described: One house and lot situated in Lowell. Garrard county Kentucky and bounded on the t ait by M. K. Ros3, on the north by right of way of the L. & N. R. R. Co., on the west by Dan Goodloe and on the south by Granville Lackey property and containing about four acres, more or less. This is the same property that was conveyed by William Merritt to Henry Merritt by deed dated January 7th 1SS7 and recorded in the Garrard County Clerks office in Flax-on- s. Deed Book 7 page 5:6 and inherited by William Merritt and &c from Henry Meritt deceased. The in a debt purpose pf this sale is to satisfy of Marion Mitchell against the defendants. William Merritt and Harrison Merritt amounting, debt and interest, to date of sale two hundred dollars, ($203.03) awl and three the estimated cost, 94.45 for He court proceedings, for which judgment has been rendered in the above styled inte.-es- t" - M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Mies Arnold's Millinery. a rzirr 1 V dfxmm ft FINE CORSETS. An immense line and the most exquisite White Dresses ever seen in Danville. Prices too are very We have the sole agency for the three to $40. Materials best Corsets in the worfd. Warners Rust reasonable, raugeing from $6.50 are French Voiles aud Batistes, trimmed with Macreme Proof Corset at $ . to $3. are the best possiLaces, Cluny Laces, Filet Laces, combined in all man- ble for the price. "Redfern" corsets begin ner of ways. at $3.50 and on up to $ 0. and theGossard" The finest ones from $22. to $40. come one of a front lacing carset at $3.50 to $ 2.00. style and they cannot be copied here, so you can get an From these three lines you are absolutely exclusive dress. sure to get the style and shape best suited to -- White Dresses. terials to match alfembroideries. Robes in white and colors very cheap. Ma- if not paid at maturity. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. J. E. Robinson Attorney. April 3rd 1912. W. H. BROWN 1 Commissioners, Sale of Land. VS. Tyree Pointer and Othera 1 1 J. D. Nave Garrard Circuit Court. Plaintiff. woman i This Cardui - greatly improved and prices lowered and we now sell HOSIERY. them by the hundreds. Prices are but little more than We carry every grade of stockings for cost of having made, while they have "lines" and a men, women and children and can furnish "style"-onlan expert can give them. We are showing over fifty distinct styles made of any tnicicness or thinness in cotton, lisle or Scotch Ginghams, Chambrays?, Linens, Piques, Cordu- silk. roys, etc., and prices range from $3., $3.75, $4.50 on A dozen different kinds of hose in lisle, cotton and even a pure silk boot hose at 25c. np to $15.00. y you, and we have an expert Corsettierre who fits them at no extra charge. Why not have branch of the garment business has grown marvel-ousl- y one to fit? The corset must be right before in last two seasons. The styles and making have the dress can look as it should. Tub Dresses. . r- 8 - M U N S N GW E The NEC KWEA R Woman's Tonic I EL 1 credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase fectly and styles are excellent. price, having the force and effect of a replevin bond payable to W. H. Brown We are exclusive agents for all Munsing Union Suits for women, children and men and they are absolutely M. C G. C. C bearing interest at the I percent rate the best made. They cost no more than-otherbut are better shaped, fit better, and wear better. Try date of sixpaid and a per annum from lien is reserved until them once and you will get Munsonized. upon the property until all the purMany beautiful ew things in Quaker Collars, Real Lace Fichus, Jabots,. Flower Pins, Roses, Net Bows, etc., at all chase money is paid. H. BROWN. puues li um doc iu po. Macreme ana insii urociiei vuiiura, xuh.es, uunui- uuu jllu acta m a gicai vancty. m aiyies. Master CommissinorW.Garrard Circuit' Court. .. . Jno. Sam Owsley, Atty. Better grades of cotton, Iislethread and silk at 35c. Still better qualities at 50c and the You just cannot afford to make these now, as we best pure Silk Hose ever offered at $ . r.v our cadet nose tor men women or sell you well made Percale and Calico dresses at $1. and Gingham dresses at $1.50 and $2. children. .They are all 25c and if they do These are all correctly and neatly made, fit per- uotwear as you think they ought we will HOUSE DRESSES. 1 1 Defendants. Pursuant to a judgement rendered herein at the March term 1912, the undersigned commissioner will sell at the court Sublic auction, beforeKentucky, house Lancaster, at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabout on MONDAY, APRIL 22nd. 1912, it being the first day of the Garrard county court term, the real estate mention in the pleadings and described as being in Garrard counfollows, ty, Kentucky, being the same land that was sold and conveyed to Tyree Pointer by G. P. Terrill by deed dated 19 and said land bounded day of on the north and the west by the county road; on the south by Clell Lackev; on the east by the James Rothwell farm and containing about six acres more or less, same to be sold as a whole. The purpose of thfs ?ale is to satisfy a debt of the plaintiff J. D. Nave against the delendant Tyree Pointer, debt and interest amounting to date of sale to ($52.62) fifty two dollars and sixty two cents, and the estimated cost amounting to ($61.45) sixty one dollars and forty five cents, for which judgement has been rendered in the above styled action. to-w- it; '9 X TERMS The sale will be made on a give new pairs. s AR - 7 1 BEST SDK k 1 Tt ' '&. ft. k DANVILLE, KT. Subscribe for rteorii fe -- a.i-. AiJ V'-.- Vjt t. ir. V9-- . '''S2T -.- ,?&. iV -- ..'ysf W" w. , - ?. A fc iy I .. ." - V 5fe vy -- t