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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ga rr-r7stfggs -s- - RJ m -- M&i X W' iLyjLJ V.' .j-- ap-nag, --- 5 " pr1arawr-- - lS-- F BJL Mr. Hemphill Back the-Herald -- SB i m-rr- i Zc PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND QOOD .GOVERNMENT "TWENTY THIRD YEAR. r--?-- 'J. iff i -- 2 xfcfcA '- ,- LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 12, 1912. Fou Sam: 1 registered Duroc Boar, weight about 200 lbs. J. F. Robinson. In Louisville. NUMBER 1. vrvtfs ; viw rrNJ,-v?-'-a,- v ?5rsw'3rrfc7res? w" !". --- v . "sc- - " -- - W 1 'I 'o N 1 1 fill 42y H do PHI J3.2Sa 8F 8 si In remitting for Mr. J. Cincinnati Sun C. Hemnhill writes un that he has been V.' Round trip ticket to ik during the winter in S day via L &.1J from Lancaster, $1.75. ivy., wherepastwas connected Frankfort he with tae e,1s full blooded jersey New England Chair Co., but that he For Sale;-Twheifers.v Fine stook, come and look at has now "returned to Louisville and taken charge of the books of H. J. I. M. Myers. them. ' " Gutman & Co. The latter firm is one 3t. of the largest stores in Louisville, JS White and Yellow Seed handling ladies wearing apparel; they occupy the building formerly occupied Com for sale. Phone 26 by W. H. McKnigot Sons & Co., for whom Mr. Hemphill kept books for a Hudson & Hughes. number of years. es to .4 Gomo!ef8 Chans An Line Up In The Great r.aiEo contest This Week- - r. Fair Stock. Tn vears nast there has been some complaint among the people in the county that they were not given an opportunity to secure stock in the Lancaster Fair Association. In order to give everyone an apportunity to have stock, all who may desire to do so may obtain stock for a limited time upon application to Mi. R. L. Elkin at the Gf rrard Bank & Trust Co. Be Rid Of It Once And For AH. W sk V W Sell the Best Goods at the lowest prices? Do the best work at the most reasonable prices? Have C. B, McCarthy working for them, who is about the best workman in the state? That when you buy a piece of machinery from their., you ere cure to be satisfied for they know how to fix it so as to give the best That they can order anything in their line, that they haven't on hand and guarantee that you will be satisfied? Tiiat they will be pleased to have yon call on thei in their nsv store at the "Old Mason Hotel Property" on Stanford street and inspect their lins of Buggies, Implements, Hardware etc., and get their prices on airy work j ou may want &onzl vSW ft If as s e 3& Lancaster, Ky ifllLnijltai WSSSS'-SSravfe&23K&&Uure!&i fi"" n 9 O $ g ?i f?; di dard make Mahogany Piano Milling Co's place, and so obnoxious did it become there that a city ordinance Dr. John B. Owsley, aged 73, founder was enacted putting them out of busi and for 35 years cashier of the Lincoln ness all together. County National Bank of Stanford, died suddenly at his home in this city, Herndon. as a result of a stroke of apoplexy. Oapt. William riernuon was sumHe had been in failing health for severmoned to Lexington Saturday by a U' al years and had not been actively in usiness. He was one of the telegiam announcing the serious illness highly respected and wealthiest of his brother Mr. Henry Clay Herndon most It was a in that city, but before he could reach ST. men in this community. strange coincidence that Dr. Owsley, his bedside he had expired. The dethe cashier of this bank for so many ceased was sixty yeais of age and had years and S. H. Shanks, the president, not been in robust health since he was should have died within a week of each severely injured by a fall in Maysville about two years ago. He was taken other. Interior Journal. suddenly ill in his office about three weeks since, falling to the floor, howBack To Teias. ever, he was thought to be rapidly reMr. John C. Burnside left last week covering and on the day preceding his for San Angelo Tex. where he will death had expressed the opinion that make his hom.cC having again purchased he would be able to go about his duties an interest in the laurdry established on Monday. The death summons came at that place by himself and Mr. L. quickly while he was sitting in a chair Branham Beasley of this place, and awaiting his breakfast, he began sinkwhich has grown to be one of the lead- ing and expired within a short while. ing laundries in Texas. Several months Mr. Herndon had been in the Internal ajio Mr. Burnside grew homesick and Revenue service for many years, for- ' sold his interest to Mr. Beasley. After merly having been located in Ashland of f 'I i staying here a while the icall ii.i, the Ky. At the time of his death he was .... i in , grew so strong upon nun mat ..t Division Deputy Collector with headic west was irresistible, and fin ling Mr. Beas- quarters in Lexington. He is survived ley in a willing humor, he again as- by his wife and one brother Capt. sociated himself in business with him. William Herndon of this place. Funeral services were held at the a Bar-- B family apartment at 172 North LimeSale stan- stone street, Lexington, at 2 o'clockr, gain. A high Monday afternoon, Iiev. Edward Mul-leon-gag- Owsley. The good people of the neighboring city of Danville are wrestling with a proposition which for a long while annoyed the people of Lancaster, what disposition should be made of "Jockey Row". This matter was a thorn in the side of our City Council for many years the purveyors of the old worn out saw bucks were kicked from pillar to post until they finSily landed on the short street extending out past the Garrard 1 As we predicted there might be at any time, there is a complete change in the standing of the contestants in me gieui. riano contests mis weeK, a new contestant taking the lead, but the others are not discouraged and are working with renewed energy, hoping that they may displace br in their own favor at the next count There are also several new nominations, and with the coming of another issue, one of the recent entries may forge to the front rank. The contest while friendly is growing very spirited, each of the contestant putting forth their very best ettort to secure and maintain first position, and many changes may be expected as 'the race progresses. We are glad at any time to see any of the contestants, and if they will call at the Record offlco, we will gladly give them any information which they may desire in regard to the contest. None of the Record force is taking any part in the race and is showing no partiality to any of the candidates, and we wish to assure each and evervone of them that they shall receive fair and impartial treatment at our hands throughout the entire contest. Following is the standing of the respective candidates at the last official count made on last Monday;- LANCASTER DISTRICT. Mary Eliza Holtzclow 40,540 Kate Ham 25,760 Mae Powell Sadie Anderson Alline Thomas Nellie O'Hearn 25,433 15.73S 14,774 13.480 11,900 11,510 10,950 10, 060 10,040 6,800 9,760 -- jffgf risking t&ckl "7jv(2 A """ SlP aiis ifirkrx mmin W"rrTrmmwyS7 ox oif .WMIIEBS K1 j 5 ESHH&1 .iS533es HASELDEN BROTHERS. Have the Classiest Line of Sporting Goods. Jennie Cox Fanny Carpenter Katie Mae Dickerson, Bessie Wilkerson Mamie Stormes Dunn Eugenia Bourne See our Goods and Prices. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Ora Prather Lucile Schooler Virginia Bourne, Mrs. Phil Thompson Marie Ballard . . Gracie Mae Cochran Jewel Spoonamore Lillie Croucher Ida Mae Yeakey Nancy Johnson Talitha Bourne . .9.530 7,210 0,550 3,030 1.901' tfl aggm9B rtOJV V3 Piano for at grade t.. Elizabeth Bryant Louise Rice Must be sold, if interested address D. L. S. care Cen tral Record Office. : pastor of the First Presbyterian Church officiating, the burial took place in the family lot 'in the Lexington cemetery. Manner Of Improving The Ethel Estridge Lida Hill Eugenia Dunlap Water Works Edna Arnold, .y. Myrtle Walker 1,500 1.0S0 1,070 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1.000 1,000 1,000 I n For - ON rices &isi3aft HA I u Definitely Decided Upon At Meet fsfrd&i BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. iJiZWZ2.i isim :sirfi'-?;ijs-- 'smm3L Ersa IN ? .JF When you buy your clothes here, you get clothes that are not only right in the big ways but you get clothes that are right in the small ways. The little details that mean so much when the real test of hard wear brings out the weak spots. So much can be omitted from a suit without showing in the surface, that it is almost "impossible for the average man to detect these faults. Here is where our clothes excel. We buy only from the best manufacturers, whose methods we. know, whose reputa-- " tion is unquestioned. We sell you our clothes only with the distinct understanding that if they are unsatisfactory you will bring them back to us. Osa Coulter :"7.6.j0 ing City Council. Mary Belle Halcomb 33,200 At an adjourned meeting of the City Flora Ruble 29,C00 Council held on Tuesday night there Pearl Shearor 13,300 being present Councilmen Gregory, Ollie Crawford 12,400 Walter, Herndon and Zanone and Iossa May Teater 10,700 Mayor Logan it was unanimously de Mary Ellen Farley , 10,500 cided to improve the Water Works Lucy Campbell 5,800 System in the following manner: by Mattie Scott 4,200 erecting a water tank with a capacity Blanche Stone 4,200 of 190,000 gallons at some high point Clodie Speaks 3,365 close up in town as near as possible to Sallie Ham 3,200 the end of the 8 inch main leading Ophelia Montgomery 3.000 from the pumping station; to build a Mrs Jas Sutton 2,200 modern filter of sufficient size to as- Ethel Onstott 2,000 sure the purity of the water, regard- Lura Jennings 1,700 less of the increase in quantity and to Bettie Scott 1,400 increase the height of the dam to such Annie Osborne 1,400 an extent as the funds will permit. The water works committee was order Saloons In Nicholasville. ed to at once get into communication After a legal battle of more than a with competent engineers with a view years duration, Nicholasville is to have of getting a reliable man to look after the work in behalf of the city, also it saloons. The local option election held was ordered that steps be at once more than a year ago was won by the "wets," it was contested and the retaken to place the bonds. sult of the election was upheld by the We do not wish to assume the of advising the gentlemen in this Court of Appeals, and on last Saturday matter, but we would like to suggest the City Council granted license for the that now they have fully decided what operation of four saloons, fixing the they intend to do, it would be well to license at $1,000. per year. push the matter along to a rapid com & August 1st. Fair July 30-3- 1 pletion, as this weather is very suit- Lancaster able for such work. Three big days, the Fair will be held at-tiu- de Buggies, Harness, Wagons, Wire Fence, Ranges, Stoves, Harrows, Mowing Machines Corn Planters, Washing Machines, Garden Plows, Gasoline Engines, Plows, Cultivators, Pumps, Rakes, Rope, Etc. Chains, &i I w mMMMMM&M!M& H' 02HSLHS. tmsmmmMmiaimmmmm rSfr5MfrlllrrEHfEllirlMfrS. Clothes That Are Bound to Satisfy in Transylvania Presbytery Holds Two Session In Lancaster. Days QUALITY and PRICES. We can alco show you the very Newest Styles in - Ladies, Mens, Girls and Boys . w A MK handsome line of ij Furnishing Jr Goods, Hats, Gloves and Neckwear. Our line in every department is larger and better than any we have ever shown. As to prices, a look will convince you that we can save you money. H 'C Logan, Lancaster, Kentucky. The Transylvania Presbytery was organized at the Presbyterian Church in this city at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday evening after a splendid sermon by Rev. J. Russell Crawford, the retiring Moderator. Rev. J. Q. A, McDowell of Danville is presiding over the deliberations of the body. On Tuesday evening Rev. George S. Watson of Mt. Vemon was elected Moderator to succeed Rev. Crawford, and Rev. Carl T, MicheLwas elected Temporary Clerk. The attendence was unusually small, notwithstanding the fact that the territory of the Presbytery is a large one, extending from the far confines of Har lin and Perry county to the distant border of Pulaska, but the proceedings were none the less interesting because of the small attendence. On Wednesday evening the audience were treated to a splendid sermon by Rev. Hqrry S. Mardock of Buckhorn Ky., who took for his "Mountain Home Missions", a splendid subject which was handled in an able manner by Rev. The assistance of Mrs. Murdock. John M. Mount's splendid voice added very materially to the musical features of the meeting, as did also Rev. Michel both of thesesplendid musicians delight ed the audiences with their singing. The meeting closed at noon Thursday. these dates positively, regardless of the fact that there may be Fairs in progress at other places. The Lancaster Fair this year is to be bigger and better than ever, that fact is already assured. The premiums are to be liberal and covering all classes of live stock, and will also include poultry. The growers of fancy chickens and ducks in Garrard county will be given an opportunity to exhibit their pens. The hog breeders will also be liberally provided for and good premiums offered for the various varietys. Look out for those mule rings, there is going to be some cracker jacks. Already a splendid stock show is assured, some of the most noted exhibitors' in the state having already given assurance of their intention of being here. Good music, a splendid line of midway amusements and all the splendid features of the past, together with some new attractions, will be seen this year, and it is the intention of the management to make this the banner Fair of all the splendid exhibitions held in Lancaster. If you have anything in the way of stock that gives promise- - of being a contender in the ring, begin now putting it in shape so that vou may have it in tip top condition by the time of the Fair. 1 Don't forget the , dates, July and August 1st, same old dates, same old Fair ground, and a bigger and better exhibition. on 30-3- -- GRASS C IE H. V. M Bastin, Prop. IfifgfBlfgiHlWlTfgllirgJllrlllW :glBfrgilT?3Jl',1gJlfrgilTgIi U- - - TheCektral Record IMCQRFOEATED. GREEN'CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Post Office tu Lancaster, Ky. us Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and sanitary, badly ventilated and badly fitted to accommodate the 400 or more children who were seeking educational aHvanitages within jts watfs, "A hond IssuAAf 23L0P3.5 apain up, to, tn.e limit, was asked of the people, the proposition carried unanimously, and the City Council now have $12",C00. in their hands to expend for the extension of the water works system, and the School Trustees have $29,000. in their hands for the erection of a new school building. This speaks well not only for the progressive spirit of the people, but it shows tna't they have elected men to their public offices jn whom they can place implicit confidence, for what greater mark of confidence can be shown in a man or a body of men than to place your money in their hands with a feeling that they wiU spend that money judicionsly. And thaf both of these distinguished bodies of gentlemen will expend the respectiye funds placed in their hands in a wise and intelligent manner and for the very best interest of the people, we have not "the shadow of a doubt, and when they have completed their labors, we feel certain that Lancaster will have an inexhaustabe supply of pure, wholesome water, and will have a school building equal in every respect to the buildings in other towns of its size in Kentucky. ing a noncommittal attitude, showed by his speech in the Harmony Banquet at Louisville on last ., Saturday "night that hje ws3' In a "Barkis & willing frpmo, of napfl, and when. 1$ pama tp, predicting what would happen in the" event Clarlc was nominated, his opinion was freely expressed that he "would de feat the strongest man the republicans could put out against him. Judge Puryear Here. Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., April 12, 1912. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices r County Offices For State and District For Calls, pej: line.r. For Cards, per linev For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 5.00 10.00 Offices. . . . 15.00 10 10 .... Obituaries, per line 10 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Commonwealth Attorney. We are authorized to announce Emmet Puryear as a candidate for Common The candidacy of Woodrow Wilson wealth attorney, subject to the action for the Democratic nomination for the of the Democratic party, Presidency seems to be finding favor to more or less extent with adherants of his party in every State. He seems to For County Judge. be the only candidate to have followers We are authorized to announce Clay- every where. We find him the conton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- tending candidate in every state where ty Judge of Garrard County subject to the delegates have been selected. While there are other candidates for the action of the democratic party. the nomination who merit the confiWe are authorized to announce dence of any democrat and will make a' James A. Beazley as a candidate for worthy leader for the party and fully County Judge of Garrard county, sub- measure up the position of the presiject to the action of the Democratic dency, yet we see none who is so party. to us and the party generally as Mr. Wilson. His friends claim that he has always been loyal to the party, For Sheriff. which we think is the first thing to be We are authorized to announce C. A. considered. From his public utterances Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of we find him in full accord with the Garrard County, subject to the action principles of our party as pronounced of the Democratic party. in the last four National Democratic We are authorized to announce Platforms. He is a "Progressive" in Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff the full meaning of the word. No ons of Garrard county, subject to the ac- has ever questioned his broad learning or that he possesses the ability required tion of the democratic party. for a president of this nation. We are authorized to announce W. His success as Governor of New L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard Jersey proves him to be a Statesman. county, subject to the action of the The highminded and dignified way in democratic party. which he has conducted his candidacy shows the superior qualities of true-manho- Incomplete, but sufficient returns to leave no doubt of the result Tf the primary election held in Illinois on last Tuesday, shows Clark to have won the democratic nomination over Wilson, and'if the ratio be maintained as the returns now indicate by a two to one Lexington Gets Mammoth Tobacco Plant vote. Roosevelt defeated Taft, his Of The Burley Tobacco Society. managers claim by from 100,000 to 150,000 Presidential delegates were The Burley Tobacco Society has purnot named on the ballots at the pri- chased the property recently occupied mary, but will be named ' by congress by Dr. Sprague as a Sanitarium on ional districts and at large, the effect South Broadway in Lexington and will of the primary vote simply serving ca erect thereon an immense tobacco a guide and indication to party feeling warehouse, including a fully equipped and preference. tobacco warehouse with loose leaf selling floor, large basement, a redrying Judge S. W. Hager, campaign man- plant, stemmery, power plant and all ager for Woodrow Wilson in Kentucky, other necessary accessories together issued a direct challenge to Senator- - with the mammoth factory building. elect Ollie M. James and State Auditor The loose leaf warehouse alone will be Henry M. Bosworth. campaign manag- ovei 500 feet length and will cover in ers in Kentucky for Speaker Champ several acres of ground. Work is to Clark and Governor Judson Harmon. begin on the new piant at once. respectively, to join with the Wilson adherents in asking the State Demo- Overwhelming Majority For School Bonds cratic Executive Committee to call for Only five Dissentiing Yotes Cast a Presidential preference primary to de Against Them. termine the choice of the Democratic voters in this State. The proposition to -- Judge "Emmet V. Puryear of Dan1 ville was in town on last Saturday And i was a pjecsjmt visitor t thp, Rpparp office, Judge Puryear has many warm friends and admirers in Garrard county, he having been for many years, associated with Hon. Robert Harding in the paactice of law in Danville and on many occasions has practised at the Lancaster bar. Judge Puryear is mak- ing an aggressive canvass for the nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney of the District and tells us that his prospocts are very promising through out the district BK H hm Hfl bib m H rH flHIH Hj iH Hf m kH Kiv m H ftkl yH ppl Jpfl pH flpH V H Proposition. The Suit and Dress Sensation of the hour. Now is the time, here is the place to buy yourself a pretty issue $29,000. Preaching at Fork Church. Bro S. H. Jones of Harrodsburg, will preach at Scotts Fork next Saturday night and Lord's day morning. Everybody come. Catholic Services. Catholic services were held at the home of Mr. N. Miller on the Richmond pike on Tuesday morning by Father O'Dwyer, he coming down from Richmond for the occasion. Price. The wife of Mr R. Z. Price, a promi- bonds for the purpose of erecting a graded school building in Lancaster, which was submitted to the people of the district on last Saturday, carried unanimously, there being only five dissenting ballots: there was 251 votes in favor of the issuance of the bonds and five against their issuance. This means that in the very near future Lancaster is to have a school building adequate to the growing necessity for more room, and a modern built, "modern equipped, school building, sanitary, well ventilated well lighted and with the modern appliances of every description, which are to be found in all of the school buildings erected in rete Spring and Summer Outfit The quickest way is to come right to us at once and let us supply your wants. , We will have on display nent farmer of the Hackley section, died Tuesday after a long and painful illness of a complication of diseases, and her remains were interred at Gunn's Chapel below Buckeye on Wednesday. Mrs Price before her marriage was a Miss Keltner of Adair county and was a very estimable lady. Besides her husband the deceased is by several children, including a two months old babe. sur-uived For Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave Bearer of the party C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor convention. of Garrard county subject to the ac- he posesses. We would like to see him named as the Standard Notice To Members Garrard Counfy Corn at the Baltimore Club. tion of the democratic party. subject to the action of the democratic her direction. Over at Harrodsburg party. they held a big Mass Meeting and ap We are authorized to announce W. pointed a committee composed of at L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- least a half hundred of the leading citor of Garrard county subject to the izens to confer with the Burley Tobac co Society in regard to the establishaction of the Democratic party. ment of a loose leaf market in their city. For School Superintendant. They also' appointed a committee with We are authorized to announce Miss reference to the building of a trolley Jennie Higgins as a candidate for line in connection with the construction School Superintendant for Garrard of the big dam which is to be construct county, subject to the action of the ed across Dix river and another to consult with the Central Kentucky TracDemocratic party. tion Co. in regard to the extension of the line from Nicholasville. The HarFor Jailer. rodsburg body seems to be a live one We are authorized to announce Jack for sure and is going out after everyAdams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- thing in sight. The early bird usually rard county, subject to the action of secures the best breakfast, and if Lan the Democratic party. caster does not keep her eyes about her, she is liable to lose something in We are authorized to announce Dave the way of an industrial plant or trolRoss as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- ley line, which by the exercise of a rard county, subject to the action of little more diligence on her part, she the Democratic party. might have secured. For Magistrate. What has become of the Garrard County Development Association? We We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- believe that it is about time that it nation of Assessor of Garrard County, should begin to get busy, that there is Bubject to the action of the democratic work for it to do: the commercial bodies in other cities are taking on new party. life, and it would be well for Lancaster We are authorized to announce J. B. to let it be known that she is still on Collier as a candidate for the nomina- the map, and is an active contender for tion for assessor of Garrard county, anything good that might be headed in Miss Higgins requests us to announce to the members of the Boys Corn Club tr at the seed corn has arrived and is ready for distribution, and she would be glad if they would call .this week and get their allowance. Miss Higgins will be in her office on Friday and Saturday and will issue the corn to the members on those days. We will publish next week a full list of the prizes and how they are to be awarded, and also other information which will be of value to the con- testants. Circuit Court In Danville. strong charge to the grand jury, dwelling at length on the infractions of the law in general, and on the pistol carrying evil and the blind tigers in particular,urging that body to go after every one whom they might suspect of being guilty of these charges. There was a large crowd in town for the opening of court and much favorable comment was heard on the masterly charge to the grand jury, and the good people of Boyle are hoping for and expecting that a good part of the criminals who have infested their town and county of late have about reached the end of their tether and are about to feel the heavy hand of the law. TREMENDOUS Dix River DAM The April term of the Boyle Court convened in Danville on with Judge Charles A. Hardin ing. He delivered an unusually Circuit Monday presid- cent years. The present school building at the time the property was bought and the buildings overhauled and added to, to make them suitable for thepurposes for which they are being used, were thought to be in every respect suitable for that purpose, but the influx of people seeking the advantages of good educational facilities was not then foreseen, and the building soon became so congested as to be wholly unequal to the demands made upon it, and it was seen that something must be done to remedy this state of affairs, but just how to do this without placing an additional burden of taxation upon the people was a problem which could not be easily solved, until the death of one of our noblest and best citizens, that philanthropic gentleman, Mr. Lewi?, Y. Leavell, bequeathing a fund for the use of the school which made possible the erection of adequate buildings without additional taxation; then it was that it was determnied to issue bonds and erect a new building. Of course nothing can be done just at present toward the contemplated improvements but with the closing of the present school term, the trustees will doubtless get busy and rush the erection of the new building to a rapid completion. POSSIBLE BUT NOT PROBABLE mnau Saturday of ThiQ Wpk HILJidtmy pmuuji nieo )AfSAll A handsome showing of the very latest models from the leading manufacturers of New York in Silks, Serges, Panamas, All Wool Shepherd Plaids, Challies, Voiles, Marquesettes, Crepe Meters, Pk's, Linens and Ginghams. Style Quality and Prices speak for themselves. We cordially invite you to call and inspect our line. eta i H Hereafter in Nicholasville chickens may not scratch in their neighbors garden with impunity, and if they do, the owner of the fowl will be haled to police court and fined for the chickens depredations, the City Council having enacted an ordinance to that effect, and fixing a penalty of from $1. to $5. upon the owners of trespassing fowls. Factions Disagree And Republicans Send BBBBBBWHHJ r&5m& .J fBHr B BUH LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. W .lli'YYi W 9 S m t Wire Drawn Tungsten 1 M BLBOTRI6 ed. LAMPS. I u n m? ass Two Sets Of Delegates To Conven- tion. ft The largest republican convention ever held in Lancaster was the one Fayette County Citizen Suggests That The last Saturday. Before nine o'clock the streets on the Public Square were most Citizens Build, Own And Operate A blockaded with the enthusiastic adherents of President Taft and Colonel Car One Between Lancaster Roosevelt, the friends of each presentAnd Nicholasville. 1 FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect clear white light. Price-reducOnce tried, always used. Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong I s light. are authorized to announce John N. White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We. The friends of Mr. Joseph Robinson in Mercer will learn with regret of his Over determination not to offer for Commonwealth's Attorney. Having heard of the distinguished ability, the fear and the uncompromising integrity which characterized his career as County Attorney of Garrard, many people had solicited him to make the race and had determined to give him their earnest support. While in no wise a candidate he gave some consideration to the flattering solicitation of the voters of the county and of the other counties of the district We are advised by one who seems to know that if the office were tendered him without opposition he could not accept it because of the sacrifice it would in; volve to his large practice and other business interests. There is no doubt that his candidacy would have received flattering recognition here, and it is to be regretted that such men cannot respond to the call of the people, because of the splendid and much needed service they could giye to their state. It is hoped that sometime in the future Mr. Robinson may find himself in such situation that when the people call for his earnest-anpatriotic services he will be able to respond heartily. Herald. less-courag- Near King's Mill Seems At An To Be An Assured Fact Early Day. e are authorized to announce WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ship-to-n H. Estes as a candidate for Mag- We istrate, in the first district ol Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Taylor T. Burdett as a candidate for Magistrate in the second-distri- ct of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. The following press dispatch sent out from Lexington would indicate that the erection of a Dam across Dix river a short distance above where it empties into the Kentucky, is an assured fact We do not as yet know just what this means insofar as Lancaster is concern ed, as the gentlemen who are promoting the scheme have not as yet fully made known their intentions, further than that they propose tp furnish light and power to the towns in this section -- This is a day of "progressives", and the people of Lancaster are nothing if not progressive. This fact is fully demonstrated by their willingness to make provision for internal improvements. Recently our water supply was found to be impure andinadequate and the people were asked to vote bonds to the legal Jimit, ?12,000 for their extension and improvement; the proposition was submitted to the people and carried. Then it was found that our present school building did not come up to the. requirements, was urn d Har-rodsb- ug That Speaker Champ Clark will have a large following in Kentucky, there can be no doubt, Ollie James is going to manage his campaign in Kentucky, many of the Congressmen from the state have already 'declared their pre ference for him, as has also many of the most prominent politicians in the state, including Mayor Head of Louisville. Gov. McCreary while maintain of the state. Lexington., Ky., April 6. At a meet ing held here last night by the promoters of the Dix river Power Company the articles of incorporation and officers and directors elected. is proposed by the company to build It a dam 200 feet high across Dixi river a few miles above its confluence with the Kentucky and with the water thus con fined to generate the equivalent of. 24,000 horsepower per day. Transmits ion lines, intended, shall be run to, Louisville, Lexington and possibly Cincinnati. It is estimated, that the completion of the plans will not cost above $3,000,000. The directors elected are Bethel Veech, Louisville; L. B. Herrington and Harvey Chenault, Rich mond; C. P. Kennedy, Burgin; S. Walton Forgy, Elkton; J. Miller "Ward, Paris, and R. C. McDonald, Niagara Falls, N. Y. The officers elected are L. B. Herrington, president; Harvey Chenault, secretary, and Bethel Veech, treasurer. "were-signed " Wes. Mayfleld, of Fayette county, in a letter to the Lexington Leader has the following to say about the needs of an interurban o Lancaster; A tew days ago I took a trip to Garrard county. I went to Nicholasville too late to catch the mail wagon, which is run by a "blind nigger" and a "crippled hoss," between there and Braynts-villSo I waited around Nicholasville with some old friends a couple of hours, and after "doseing" them up with some "snake ile" which I usually carry in "my pocket for my "rizitism," especially when I am going to a "dry town" like Nicholasville, I struck out for Hickman bridge a foot A car line is needed badly between Nicholasville and Lancaster. If the people will build it and keep it, it will be a paying proposition as well as a convenience. It was a long time before the people knew that they could own the turnjikes. Now, who would be willing for the pikes to go back into the hands of private corporations. It would be just as easy for theip to own the interurban car lines. And lf could travel' for, about less pay. And then the peothan ple can qwn the natural gas wells, the coal mines, the water works, etc, just as easy as they own the turnpikes, the streets, the school houses and other public institutions.. The people support all these, institutions whether public or private. The producers can never get their full products until they understand this, the most important question now before theml With-- little study, they can understand it, andjwhen once un- -' the problem." derstood they Mr. Mayfield' suggestion is a good one, but we do not deem it plausible. However, we are firm in our belief that within the course of but a few years these two towns will be connected by an interurban line, built not as he suggests, by the people, but by a corporation, but not at the cost to the people which he suggests. e. one-hawe-noa will.-iol.v- e White and Yellow Seed Corn for sale. . Phone 26 Hudson & Hughes. ing the relative merits of thejr leader. The Roosevelt forces from Paint Lick came down headed by a brass band, which greatly aided the leaders to handle the large crowd who came to help carry the convention for the The Roosevelt leaders had made arrangments to furnish entertainment for their followers by free lunch with burgoo and coffee with the band playing while they were waiting for the final line up. Free lunch was also furnished by the Taft leaders. When county chairman, W. C. Winn called the convention to order from the front steps of the court house, between eleven and twelve hundred republicans pressed around the speakerand when he directed the Taft followers to go down Stanford Street and the Roosevelt supporters to Danville street, there wa3 most a stampede so anxious were the earnest voters to get in line to be counted. Counters were appointed by the chairman to count and report the number in each line who wished to vote for the Taft and Roosevelt candidate for permanant chairman of the convention. The"re was a disagreement between the counters of the two fr and the Roosevelt forces returned and held their convention in front of the Court house on the Public Square and instructed the sixteen delegates to vote for Colonel Roosevelt for president. The Taft supporters held another convention and instructed their delegates for President Taft. It was generally conceded that the Roosevelt crowd was considerably in the majority. Much indignation was expressed by the Roosevelt people against the action of the Taft supporters in withdrawing from the convention and many of them do not hesitate in saying that shou!d Taft get the nomination in such a man? ner they will not support him in No vember. While we regret that our brethren should have such stormy conventions as are being held over the state, with the bitterness which must result from such contest, but "tis an ill wind that blows nobody good", and we firmly believe that November election will show the largest democratic, majority in Kentucky and in Garrard " County ever counted. " 1 STORMES DRUG STORE sa - j W. O. Home Phone 33. Rigney Lancaster, Ky. Funeral Director and Embalmer. For tfa Office Phone 18. 29&jL Chemical Engine 4U Now in use by the Lancaster Fire Department. In good condition, the very thing to have in a large country home or a small town. Call on or write L. E. HERRON, Chief of Police, Lancaster, Ky. i i 1 m BIG DIVIDENDS are paid by 0. m Neatly PAPERED Rooms Not in dollars and cents, but in satisfaction g H. &' ana comron. Let us show you our new line. mm R. --- McRoberts C& Son. P-- - N- - W '.. rMS"3t s. " 9i Poultry Column Indian Runner Duck Eggs $1. for 13. r, Pure Laying strain. Mrs. J. A. Lancaster, Ky. Phone 335G. Dud-dera- Bfe2 HL lfPk'9 ' SEASON-19- 12 S. C. W. Leghorns. 4 A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 15- -1 hands high, heavy mane and tail and Lexington pike, at excellent carriage. Hill Squirrel was sired by ChesEggs For Sale. to Insure a Living ter Spuirrel, he y Chester Dare and S. C. Brown Leghorns eggs 75 cents he Black Squirrel. His dam by Red per 15 or $5.00 per 100 can fill incubator Squirrel. Colt. He will make" season of 1912 at my order on short notice. Mrs. J. M. Cress, R. F. D. No. 4, Bud Hall is 15J hands high, was sired barn about 1J miles on new Danville by Hockaday's Rex Peavine. Stanford, Ky. pike at Phone 380-- Lancaster Exchange 1st dam Nell, sired by Mark. Diamond $10. to Insure Living Colt. Mark Diamond's dam was by Peavine 2nd dam Mollie, sired by McElroy.etc Plymouth Rocks. Barred . Season due when colt is foaled or I have a flock of 100 fine selected This pony is 4 years old, spotted and Plymouth Rocks, the best of all for mare is parted with. Care taken to eggs and table. The hens were select- prevent accidents, but not responsible a good individual, 48 inches high and a fine saddle pony. He will make the ed for their exquisite shape and color, should any occur. season at $10.00J;o Insure a living colt. also laying record as well as for their Also at same time and place I will Sire, Black Button one of the highest fine Plymouth Rock points. They are Btrong and healthy, farm raised, their stand my big Jack, BEECHER MOR- acting ponies in Kentucky. 1st dam White Betsy the finest saddle pony in eggs will bring good chicks. I offer GAN, at $10. to insure a living colt. The Great Percheron Stallion. Kentucky. such as I will not need for my own use R. C. SCHOOLER, lancaster, Ky. at 75 cts per setting of 15. Call and Also at the same time and place I will Voltaire, a handsome Percheron Stallion, perfect in conformation see my flock. stand my fine big Jack, is a blood bay and weighs about 1,900 pounds. The draft horses are Louis G. Tinder, Lancaster, Ky. Young John Morgan 3705 greatly in demand for all kinds of work and there Is nothing more pro- Stock from Prize Winners at Atlanta, Louisville, Ciacinnati and other shows. A few Cockerels left Eggs priced acWill make the season of 1912 at my cording ts pen. Ky. stable, 3J mifes from Lancaster, on J. M. Mount, Lancaster, BUD HALL H ill Squirrel, $15.00 G Diamond Dick. VOLTAIRE 55140 The finest PRESTON The LAYERS AND No. 922. Vol 11. Sired by Washington.No 54, by Crom well No 73, by Washington Denmark No 64. First dam, Bell by Rhoderick, No 104; second dam by Denmark. This champion five gaited saddle stallion of Kentucky, which everybody in this and adjoinng counties knows him both as a great show horse as well as a breece. He will make the season of 1912 Young John Morgan 3705 was sired mules all over the country are out of Draft Mares. by old John Morgan and was out of an Voltaire is the only Registered Percheron Stallion in the county imported registered Jennet. He will make the season of 1912 at and he is just what you want to cross with your grade and draft mares. $10. to Insure Living Colt. He will make the season rf 1912 at my home on the Danville pike, one Lien retained on ail colts for the sea- mile from Stanford at $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt. son money. Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. fitable than draft mares for mule mares. highest priced & By Preston 922, first dam Mamie Wilson, by Ogdenburg, second dam Katy S. C. Buff Orpington. English Sal Maloy, one of the best show mares the mon Faveralle $2.00 per 15 or $5. per 50 state ever produced. Fee $15.00 PresIndian Runner Ducks that lay the ton, Jr., is a light bay horse with four .pearly white eggs, $1.00 per 13. white feet to the ankle. Three years old, 15 hands high, a horse of good S. J. EMBRY, Jr. MRS. 1 6t PAYERS MONEV .'' jr ,.' TWP UJK to a limited number of mares, at $25. to insure a living colt. Also for service Kentucky Gentleman his-nam- 5197. J. T. RAINEY. PRESTON JR. e Description Kentucky Gentleman, as applies is an A FINE COLT aristocrat of the "Bluest Blood." He Belongs to the noted family of will also stand the jack formally owned by Silas Anderson. He is said to I Peavines, the horses that have made Kentucky famous. The owner of be one of the best breeding jacks in the country. Men who know him well say Rex Peavine has recennly refused $10,000 for him, the highest price he has more hundred dollar mules to his credit than any other jack in the counever offered for a saddle horse in Kentucky. try. Will stand at $10 to insure a living colt. Rex Peavine the grand sire of Kentucky Gentleman is the sire of Edna Mae, Jack Straw, Golden Glow, Chester Peavine, Hazel Dawn, Rexall Prince and others. The Peavines are beyond doubt the greatest horses in Kentucky today. Kentucky Gentleman is a beautiful chestnut with white hind feet and star. He has the very best of feet and legs, good flat bone, broad sloping shoulders, short back and the best of quarters and perfect hocks; has beautiful mane and tail. He has splendid action, goes high all around and is perfectly sound in every way, will make a great show horse with the proper handling. PEDIGREE Kentucky Gentleman 5167 by Chester Peavine 3184, by Rex Peavine 1796 by Rex McDonald 833 by Rex Deemark 840; dam Flora Career 8419, by Red Squirrel 53, by Black Squirrel 58 by Black Eagle 74. Kentucky Gentleman belongs to a champion family and you will make no mistake in breeding your good mares to him. Will stand at $20. to insure a living colt. Careful attention given mares, but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. Stanford, Ky. conformation, short back, great shoulders, long neck and good foot and bone. Has been handled very little but has j style, action and shows great speed. r i. See this horse before you book your Js '1A. mares and I know you will look no IK .flJG further. Litm Both will make the season at my stable in Crab Orchard, Ky. Will keep We tell youhow. and oay best market mares on grass at $2.50 per montlC but prices. We are dealers; established lnl&VS; and can do BETTER for you will not be responsible for accident or thpn agents or commission met escape of stock. Lien retained on colts chants. References any bank in Louisville. Write for weekly price list. until season is paid. Season is due if M. SABEL & SONS mares are traded or parted with or & 33 E Karttt St. LOUISVILLE, Dealers in wuts, wool. bred to other stock. J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky. 227-29-- J. NEVIN CARTER, Stanford, Kentucky Bex Helton, 3404. Will make ANNIE ROONEY 4104 the season of PEAVINE 85 Grestfand. 3173, Vol. 7. 1912, at my stable at Marksbury, Kentucky, at REX PEAVINE 1796 DAISY 2nd, 2229 PEAVINE 85. 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. $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. MADISON PEAVINE, 2889, at $12.00 to Insure. GARRARD PEAVINE, at $10.00 to Insure. Also ICT. at same time and placa will stand my fine of-thi- Jack REID at $10.00. ) HORSE AND JACK ISI CARDS. N Have Your cards Made c stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. to insure a living colt. All will stand at W. P. Deshon's farm on the Crab Orchard pike 5 miles from Lancaster, Kentucky. SIRE, REX PEAVINE 1796. A champion show horse and an unequaled Mares grazed at $2. per month. Care taken champion sire. From him we have had such champions as Edna May, Golden to prevent accidents, but not responsi- Glow, Jack Straw, Queen O' the May, Star Peavine and many others past and ble should any occur. to come. By Rex McDonald Daisy 2nd by Peavine 85. GRAND SIRE, Rex McDonald 833. The undisputed champion show horse and sire. FIRST DAM, Lucy Wells 6605, by Peavine 85. A.great brood mare by the world's greatest brood mare sire, Peavine. His daughters have produced such champions as Lou Chief, Cleopatra, The Frenchman, Edna May, Barthenia McChord, and dozens of others. A mare by Peavine is a sure foundation. SECOND DAM, daughter of Harris Denmark. A. s. H. R. , THIRD DAM, daughter of Jqhn Mosely. Will make the season of 1912 at my If you want to breed to a stallion whose produce commands the highest price, place, two miles west of Hustonville, breed to All Peavine 4092. The price for which I have sold Peavine colts ara as on the Bradfordsville pike. an open book, they baing sold for the high dollar at public auction; along with Sired by the peerless Highland Denthe colts of other breeds of horses, and I have topped the markat. mark 730, he by Black Squirrel 58. 1 st I will personally care for mares sent me and use every precaution, but will dam Annie Washington 1358, by Washnot be responsible for accidents or escapes. I will also stand another nice stalington 54, he by CromwellJ73; 2nd dam lion at a lower price, and three fine mule breeding jacks. The Gray jack at by Vidette. $10. to insure living foal, and the two Black jacks at $8. to insure living foal.' Description Foaled 1907. A beautiful light bay, 16 hands high, lots of Having secured the services of JORDAN PEACOCK of W. L. Grady, vou can weight, with snip face, left front and see him and breed to him at a reasonable fee, at Peavine Farm, near McKinney : . both hiud feet white. He is a very fine horse, having a long rangy neck, light in the throat latch, high thin wether, good back and tail, a nice clean Kentucky. set of limbs. Best described as the McKkiney," accepted type of the American saddle horse. Harvey Highland has had but little work both under saddle aud in harness and is learning to step away with lots of grace and air. His beautiful form 'and marked indi viduality, coupled with his popular blood lines, will appeal to intelligent breeders desiring to produce horses of the highE33 Black Jack with white points, 8 years old, 15f 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 sametime and place Buck Varnon. MARK COINS, Marksbury, Ky. See me for the pedigree s stock or see cards. Will make the season of 1912 at my place, 2 miles east of Paint Lick, on Paint Lick pike. Crestland 13 a chesnut, coming seven, 16 hand3. A good flat bone and foot; has finish and action 2nd to no horse in Kentucky. His first colts are coming three years old, and are equal to any horses produce. Show finish, size, color and action. Crestland is by Rex Peavine 1796. Dam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam Powell's Drenoji; he by Brinker's Drenon 1600. Will serve mares at $30.00 to Insure a Living Colt. For the season of 1912, 1 offer for public service the Royally Bred and fee. Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per day. Grain fed, at reasonable Handsome Individual Saddle Stallion, ALL PEAVINE 4092, at my farm desired. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible rate if should any occur. Come and see this horse before yon breed. near McKinney, Ky., at $25.00 to insure a living colt. 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 ALL PEAVINE 4092. W. Phone C. FITZPATRICK, PAINT LICK, KY. 425 Rings, P. L. Exchange. W. P. Deshon. Highland. CARROLL PRESTON 3423. Harvey R. S SCUDDER te ii A horse that is distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the show ring. There were few better rings of tcolts seen in a ring this year est class. than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky by CARROLL PRESTON. He Is by Preston 922, by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73, by Washington Denmark 64; 1st dam Baby Pence 7049, by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam by Almont Forrest. FEE $25.00 TO INSURE. Carroll Preston is nomi nated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Kentucky. Also in service At Once We are better prepared than" ever before. & His dam is a fine Individual as" well as a great brood mare, having had two filles by Kentucky's Artist (nothing like the sire Highland Denmark-was- ), o sell for $1,000 each. Harvey Highland will undoubtly make both a great show and stock horse. Mares traded, parted with or bred forfeits, insurance, and money becomes due at times of such transaction. Lien, retained-o- n .colts until season is 1 &vJ ,.a, -- A GIVE US A CALL. $2u. to Insure Living Colt. it". I HIGH CLOUD G. rl,l 3334, C The Central INCORPORATED. Record, KENTUCKY. by Highland Gay 1149, by Highland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy Larhr QlCVr COfi An hart 9.0.CQ K U6U U1UUU bllil. TrcV1 IfiiVf.UU. Tj;rft, nimiA ;s oHort havk UWiWUUUC, UJ P,l XliLI UigU U1UUU U UlUtt ""JJ This beautiful Shetland Stallion is 41 inches high, with fine style andacT paid. and a perfect, model in shape. His record" in the show ring, is ten blues horse with white markings Stands 16 hands high and is full made? Mares from a distance grazed on tion three' and reda.out of thirteen shows. He will make the season at "Elkin Place" Has not had much handling but shows lots of action and speed. good"blue grass at f2.50 per. month. attention, but not responsible for accidents .or escapes. Bona! MAJOR B r' -- .Mares entrusted will receive my per- - LANCASTER, At $10.00 to Insure. , ; i -- -: W.MPODDfHisteiTiBe, Ky: R: L. JELKIN, Lancaster Ky. -- W. m v 6. - WALKER Stanford. - I T :j..f -- o. - i Vfi, . -r k-- -- :, X, jt-- j KSJ 3H t; T,i T - -i n? & 't 23fc-'"iJ- J c,a.?.. iHafl - -.Ni U AiVs Sf a aaa in 2SBSS3ZSES2S323 JES3BSESKETrQ!SB2WSSBS8fcj5S5 racs ni Qn Friday, April rath, We Will' Begin the Great- est Sale of Silk and Serge- Dresses Ever Held In Central Ky. There .will Be Over 100 to Choose from and You Will Have Choice. -- RULES and REGULATIONS, Governing Candidates for the Grand Prizes offered by each of the Merchants in connection with The Central Record. i Ballot Box will be opened every Monday at 6 p. M. and the votes therein counted and the ballot box resealed by a committee of two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be 1. subject to public approval. In this lot will be found about forty different style Dresses in all sizes from 14 size to 42. .Every one is absolutely new in -- .r The result of each week's count shall be published every week and the candidate's name and her standing to appear. 2. All votes are ed style, colors and materials. The materials are all Silk Foulards, Changeable and Plain Chiffon Taffetas, Silk Serges, all Wool Serges in white and colors; Finest all Wool French Challies, etc. These Dresses are made ta retail at $ 5.00 to $ 8.00, but we bought them cheap and to make a big stir and advertisement we offer them at choice for $ 10.00. 1 once each month by the contest manager. Any candidate can get the consent of contest manager at any time to inspect or count the votes, Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. 3. 1 Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is nomnated in regular form on one of the coupon ballots. The contest manager reserves the right to reject the name of any undesirable candidate and to 4. 1 - limit the number of entries. 5. Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are ob- tained from any of the following sources; Coupons appearing in the nevvspaper, or in any handbill, dodger, form-lette- r or card issued by or Ji! None W .& Ou val Or Laid bd ' ftside--N- o coupons given for trade at the stores. and thrown out by the judges. All others shall be declared void Tek te 6. No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be permitted to enter the contest. , y Come as soon as you can, as there is no quanity of any one style or color. All votes must be deposited in the ballot box in the presj of the contest manager or some one appointed by him. In casting a 7. A -- 13 $y T 1E? la --jfe Jlbsa J? M1 J JL WJ D ANVILLE, KV nm TE imimiiiimibmem Pi H Sf"""" ft A lSBtJe!'"-gg& Q ATI U KJ a TAjjaeBcaix J & Bro. 'tm&t&LsezaEim number of votes at the same time they must be neatly tied together or placed in a small envelope. Votes on newspaper subscriptions may be cast personally or by mail. 8. M J v l! Any candidate can solicit votes in any District they wish. i n. m wca BCMrscMaK.BiiL,naMigM.raEMM aa pwnai wl 'VBa"aak JL r J3Lt&S&-This is a of 1 & I -- &- 1 - i I JL i, ii -- a. i. InST k -- sL I JL i 'I'.'.'Sj. "1rr'i"'''''rr Ti''iisi Picture one of the FREE PI- ANOS to be given away in our great Piano - J 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. t "The Made Paint )f rcxoMTiLA on. Every Package -to- f -Wear fjfrjrwiii BiFl8 Mil m Does This Mean Anything to You ? f f It expresses the maker's faith in the product. Labor is the principal cost in painting. The material should be the best. YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. FOR GALE BY -- . - II ill i?! I III I iWlvWm mm M immmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi CONN BROTHERS. r it. "at be in trouble. Funeral services were held in Brown's Chapel Monday morn: : : Some Advice That Will Save Time And ing conducted by the pastor Rev Godbey of Nicholasville, Interment in Harrods-bur- g When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. Money cemetery. He leaves two sons Strong""drink and quininh may relieve and a daughter, besides a number of Good For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered a cold, but it usually does more harm other relatives to whom we extend our heart felt sympathy. than good. To break up a hard cold in either I VOTE FOR A Card Of Tnanks. head or chest thousands are using this In Piano Contest. The family of William Christopher sensible treatment. all lcok after your bowels; wish to extend their sincere thanks to First of if they need attention use any reliable friends for kindness shown during illcathartic. Then pour a scant teaspoon ness and at death of father. ful HYOMEI into a bowl of boiling MONEY BACK water, cover head and bowl with a towel and breathe for 5 or 10 minutes the pleasant, soothing, healing vapor. Here's Some Talk On Square Deals Ones. Do this just before going to bed: Fifty cents, that's all for a box of vour head will feel fine and clean and stomach tablets that will you'll awake from a refreshing sleep bring a smile to your dyspeptic counteminus a cald in the morning. nance ten minutes after the first dose. For colds, caughs, catarrh, asthma And R. E. McRoberts & Son state and croup HYGMEI is guaranteed. that if doesen't end the misA fifty cent bottle is all you need to ery of indigestion or banish stomach break up a cold and this can be obtained at R. E. McRoberts & Son and distress of any kind, you can have your money back. druggists everywhere. This guarantee applies to the followEvening ailments, gas acidity, heaviness, We have made arrangements with the Louisville BUENA VISTA distress after eating, fermentation ing Post, whereby we can give you heartburn, waterbrash, pain in stomach, biliousness, dizziness, nervousness Miss Cook of Lexington was a recent sleeplessness, bad dreams, nightsweats visitor to relatives. headache, constipation, despondency, is attending bloating, foul breathete. Miss Alyce Mabel-Scot- t Normal School at Richmond. Fifty cents a box at R. E. McRobert FOR ONE YEAS and the Pro?. T. W. Skinner who has been & Son. v teaching at Petersburg visited his par; ents last week. Church Has Nursery. I In order that mothers with babies Mr. Fountain Myers and daughter of might be able to attend church, and Danville are with H. S. Christopher. with, the Infants, a Mrs. G. W. Smith of Lexington has not be troubled nursery has been established by the been with her brother William ChristoFirst Methodist church, at Vancouver, pher during his late illness and death, Wash. A room in the basement is The death angel has visited our com- used, and is equipped with toys for munity again and claimed for his own, the amusement of the children. Mrs. Cora Poore Halcomb the young b wife of Robert Halcomb. Mrs. Midnight In The Ozarks. had been in failing health for several months and since the death of and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, of her father S. W. Poore, only two Clay City, 111., coughed. . He was in months previous she had failed rapidly. the mountains on the advice of five She was the only daughter of Mrs, doctors, who said he had consumption, climate, and This only applies to our patrons who live outside the S. W. Poor and a niece of R. S. Brown but found no help in th While snatched away in early woman- started home. Hearing of Dr. King's hood, she was ready for the summon. New Discovery, he began to use it. city of Lancaster, where no Louisville Post agent is Funeral conducted by pastor Rev. "I believe it saved my life," he writes "for it made a new man of me, so that Simnson. I can now do good Jwork again." For The Death Angel cast another gloom on our community when it entered the all lung diseases, coughs, la grippe, home of Mr. Jas Smalley Saturday asthma, croup, whooping cough, hay morning and claimed for its own the fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quin aged and beloved wife and mother. syits the best known remedy. Price 50c Mrs. Smalley had been a sufferer for and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaransome time from a complication of dis- teed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. eases and was ready for the summons. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Presto B. P. HUDSON, President. A Toot. She wasr a member of Mt Olivet church ORGANIZED 1S83. King Olaf "What ho, varlet! Bring from which the funeral services were forth my drinking horn." The Varlet held Sunday afternoon conducted by "Here with the drinking horn, kid. Revs H. J. Tomlinson and Simpson InThe old man's going to have another S terment in adjacent cemetery. Many toot." 1 OF LANCASTER, KY. relatives survive to whom sympathy is extended from entire community. SURPLUS $35,000. CAPITAL $50,000. Kicked By A Mad Herse. After a long illness William Christopher calmly and peaceably entered W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Samuel Birch, of Beetown Wis., had heme on Easter morning-Apri- l 7th 1912 a most narrow escape frcm losing his r. 'J. J. Walker, Jr., W. 0. RlGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. Mr. Christopher was born February leg, as no doctor could heal the frighti 25, 1842 was a faithfuL and obedient ful sore that developed, but at last servant of Christ had been a member Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it com- P Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. of the Methodist church for over a half pletely. Its the greatest healer of century. He was in every sense a ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T M. Arnold, S. L. Gibba noble and Christian-man- , an effection-at- e cuts, corns, bruises and piles Lewis L. Walker, CiA. Arnold, 'Directors. husband and father, and was on earth. Thy it. 25c at R, E. Mc always doing good $obrt3 b So. J " TO BREAK UP COLD GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A The Central Record -- Louisville Evening Post Hal-com- From NOW Until November the 10th, 1912. BOTH For The Small SUM Of $2.00 Money must be paid CASH in advance. 1-- m e Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- cold-aore- a, " 1--m ' V 4 -- d -- K6. ti'as S, v, 'TSsiVE :r&' A- -. 5. u- rift-Z- 5i .? sfca33SgSgsfe . JA-Z- & Agates. " .- - " ' ..... r -- - .1 ... .,.,.,.,, .,..,. . , " " ., , ' -l ....... II ... I. IJ . SHOUT Our Styles in Ready Made Dresses express themselves in originality and good taste. ! We are showing that beautiful New Rati lie Material for Dresses, also a complete line of Woolens, Silks, Voiles, Linen Suitings, and everything that is NEW and up to the Minute in Women's Wearing Apparel. Cotton Corduroys in various qualities. See our display of White Shoes and Oxfords. I The Jos fji-ff-S- a I hJ JLJL The Store That Always Makes Good. Gossip About SOPIC NN A V rcantile Company. ! S I I ? & - r 9 ) ftSW v' 5? RL r MmMMMMm nsoemsmmmimmsmmm r- W. D. Walker is in Lexington Play Ball. WOMEN'S HAIR short stay. ttgfc All the big leagues begin playing Easy To Make It Soft Luxuriant And RaHorace Walker of Louisville is at ball this week, and the attention of V home for a yisit. the public will now be. divided between diant. Miss Chappell of Paris is here for a this attractive pastime and politics. (XSSSa39 Many women have hair so dull and Horses clipped. Herndon & Walker. The lure of the ball park is strong upon visit to her father. DbTa faded that it is actually repulsive. J n a Pftmt ntf nlitnlifMi tnn ., 3 90 per cent of the people of this n Ullll liitliuuu ui nil. v,uumit;3 aim Miss Addie Arnold is in Boyle visit" about . Goings LyThoss Wt Are Interested In. These women have probably never Notice country, and a first class game being her si3ter Mrs. Ben King. heard of PARISIAN SAGE the invigtween two well matched teams will Suit will be filed against all parties orating hair dressing that is being used Mrs. Jack Adams is convalescent seriously detract from the attendence by thousands of refined women through oweing school taxes 1910 and 1911 on Mrs. Ben Lear of Paint Lick is vis- after an illness of two weeks. at a political convention any day in the about April 15 1911, please call and out America. iting Mrs. GivCns Terrill. week. your hair is falling or thin or faded settle same and save cost. Judge L. L. Walker was in Louisville If Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazley were for a business E. W. Harris, Tres. 3t. trip this week. finishes Work. ?r ,,feIess; 5f yu have dandruff or itch- with Stanford relatives last week. vs,t-l,nj Notice, Mr. Lou C. Hopper has filled he ating Miss Minnie Woods of Stanfort has as you would like to have it, go Miss Margaret Hocker of Stanford is been visiting Miss Jennie Higgins. position of at the Danville to R. E. McRoberts & Son this very All parties Tiaving accounts against visiting her aunt Mrs. Mattie Duncan. Tobacco Warehouse during the season, day, ask for a fift cent bott,e of pAR the estate of Ira Halcomb, of Bryants-villRev. 0. P. Bush was called to Ford completed his Mrs. Emma G. Kauffman has been work yesterday and re- - ISIAN SAGE and Ky. to present same, properly start at once to make Saturday by the death of his sister. visiting friends in Danville and Huston-villluuiuu w ins iiorac in Lancaster tnis Vnill llJtir TWrftwf fnrl avan Vl.lUUO, proven, to J. D. Halcomb, Burgin, Ky, ... ,, uwu i t T14 Roy Estridge and Orlando Rucker of h expert ""1'P" PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed to and all parties owing the said Ira Halana nis work was highly give satisfaction, or money Mr. Mat Dudderar of IIcKinney has Paint Lick were visitors here Saturday d back Girl comb, Deceased will please come complimented by all concerned. He been visiting Mr. and Mrs. James Dudand pay same at once. with Auburn hair on every carton, For Mrs. R. H. Batson is in Stanford made a number of friends in Danville derar. J. D. Halcomb, Admr. visiting her mother Mrs. J. H. Hilton. who trust that he will return. Mes sale by R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggists everywhere. Mrs. Dobbins of Danville has been a senger, recent guest of her aunt Mrs. Eliza Mr. T. L. Wilson of Cave City has For Sale. Farris. been a recent guest at Hotel Kengar- Sheep Quarantine Being Raised. MANY FAILURES One Concrete Block MaMiss Edna Rice of Richmond is the Ian. The quarantine established a few chine, porch outfit, fence guest of Misses Lucy and Tommie Miss Lucy Walker Doty of Richmond Bit Parisian Sage Overcame Miss Krug- - years age by the National Government Francis. is here with her sister Miss Emma against Kentucky sheep, has been post moulds, etc absolutely er's Hair Troubles Mrs. Robert Thompson is in Crab Doty. raised in so far as twenty one counties new. Will sell cheap if Orchard visiting her daughter Mrs. Miss Sadie Baughman and brother of, PARISIAN SAGE is not guaranteed and,a portion of five other counties in Oliver, John Deere and Syracuse Flows. Hoosier and Lillie Holmes. sold once. Moores A. ia nrrnnnA UUU : Hustonville motored . . - crow hnir nn hnW Vioarla lint Jf ?c wp?tprn Tfonnrt-to Lancaster to o j Ik "D 1 at T -" wv.uuo UUb lb lo io .Uiii.CllR'U, TT guaranteed by the well known druggist is hoped and expected upon thecompIe - l UUI"liCrJ keAUlglOn, John Deere Corn Planters. Clarks double cutting Disc Mr. G. W. Slaughter of Louisville Tuesday. Care of Fayette National Bank. was the guest of Lucille Spratt from Misses Maggie Brown and Agnes R. E. McRoberts & Son to stop falling tion of a recently ordered hair, eradicate dandruff and stop itch- - that the entire state will be relieved of Single Disc and Smoothing Harrows. Saturday until Monday. Harrows. Henderson were visitors in Paint Lick, ing scalp, or money back. Sold in every , the quarantine. Scabies have been Mesdames Ed Perkins and Cleveland Sunday. in America by leading druggists tirely eradicated with the exception of Rose have been recent guests of Mrs. Mrs. Thomas R. Slayin of Manse for 50 cents a bottle. Read Miss Krug a few scattering cases in the Bluegrass J. C. Eubanks of Stanford. has been the recent guest of Mrs. er's letter. i section of the state. PARISIAN SAGE is the best hair ; Mr. T. L. Broaddus host of friends George D. Robinson. ; -- Saved His Mother's Liie. grower and beautifier and dandruff1 will be glad to hear he- is convalescent Mr. William Bright returned Monafter several weeks illness. day to Lexington after a visit to his cure. 1 lost all of my hair throueh tv- "Four doctors had given me up," phoid fever; I was almost baldheaded Mrs. Lafe Brown and Mrs. Richard sister Miss Lena Bright. writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca, and my scalp was as sore as could be. Brown of Paint Lick spent last week La., "and my children and all my Misses Margaret and Joan Mount I tried everything, but in vain. Finally friends were looking with Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Spratt. for me to die, spent the week in Stanford with Mr. I tried PARISIAN SAGE,- - and after when my son ins sted that I use Elecand Mrs. J. H. McRoberts. Mrs J. B. Sanders and Miss Minnie using one bottle my hair started to tric Bitters. I did so, and they have Lee Sanders of Marksburry are visitMiss Stella Hendren of Kirksville grow, and has grown three or four indone me a world of good. I will aling Mrs. S. B. Sanders of Hubble. was with her parents Mr. and Mrs. ches inside of two months. I advise ways praise them." Electric Bitters is every woman who wants beautiful hair Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Denman of Thomas Hendren for Easter. a priceless blessing to women troubled Nicholasville have been guests of Mrs. Miss Josephine Hanley and Mr. to use Parisian Sage Miss Meta M. with fainting and dizzy spells, backDenman's parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex Crawe of Nicholasyille were guests Kruger, Browntown, Minn. ache, headache, weakness, debility, West. Sunday of Miss Minnie Brown. constipation or kidney disorders. Use By Harvey M. Estes. Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. them and gain new health, strength Mrs. Henley V. Bastin celebrated Miss Minnie Brown spent several Residence Phone and vigor. They're guaranteed to sat- Office Phone 31. her birthday Suuday by giving a most days in Nicholasville with her friends-Misse- 0 Father of wisdom, mercy and love, isfy or money refunded. Only 50c at sumptuous dinner to a number of her Who showeth goodness from above, Josephine and Kathleen Hanley. LANCASTER, KY. relatives. Thou art great in knowledge and ex- R. E. McRoberts & Son. Mrs. S. G. Haselden and children ceeding wise. Co Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hendren and left this week to visit her parents Mr. To give us the blessings of these children of Kirksville are visitors of and Mrs. Powell Duncan in Nicholasearthly ties. Mrs. Hendren's parents Mr. and Mrs. ville. h3 By them together we are closely net. R. S. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. J Raymond Haselden, 3 Miss In the family' ties of husband and Ruth Ray of the Richmond Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Goodloe motored Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair wife, 1 Normal school came home to spend to Lexington the latter part of last and restore the color to gray or faded hair? Yet in our earthly cares we oft' forget. Easter with her parents Mr. and Mrs. week. There are many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but is That we must sometime depart this Alike Ray of Buckeye. probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their We make a specialty of your needs and Mrs. James Anderson left Tuesday life. manufacturers. W Misses Margaret and Joan Mount for a visit to her mother in Harrods-bur- g Teach us Father, how-tbear. o write a policy especially adapted for your There are many Hair Restorers which are nothing more than jave a sumptuous dinner on Easter to and from there to her home in The grief we have, the sorrow of harmful chemical dyes, which do not grow any hair, the only result being that a number of their friends. The menu Kansas. heart, property. It will pay you to investigate our o was served in courses. they dyed the hair, having no permanency and often causing a streaky appearWhen our loved ones have passed over Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson gave a ance. R. E. Hughes and little daughter most elaborate course dinner party special policy. there. It has been the aim of for years to discover a H Margaret Elkin Hughes of Louisville Sunday to some 10 or 12 of her young And we remember that we must de- which would really grow hairthe chemists the color to gray or faded preparation and restore Q hair, but O are here for a visit to Judge and Mrs. lady friends. The viands proved quite part. Ii heretofore they have met with no success. M. D. Hughes Mr. and Mrs J. W. tempting and enjoyable. We all the debt sometime must pay, Prof. .Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless vegMiller. Is the message of the World; etable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer and will grow hair and W R. G. Woods. Garnett Kemper. PAINT LICK, KY. "God is love" may we say. Mesdames J. W. Sweeney and daugh- Dandruff And Itching Scalp-Yiedoes not contain any dye of any kind, but will postively restore the natural colTo Zemo ld When these words we once have or and brilliatcy to gray and faded hair. Miss Martha Ward Sweeney, L. G. ter 05 heard. Tornado Hail. Fire. "Insurance. Davidson and little son Robert Batson Treatment 3 This is a very strong statement to make and if any chemist without the Davidson are in Louisville For then our thoughts are on the man- recognized ability and national reputation of Prof. Rembler were to make this visiting Why should you continue to expersions, claim we would be inclined to be skeptical as to its truth. It will be rememAetna, National Of Hartford. Judge and Mrs. Homer W. BatsonT" iment with salves, greasy lotions and Which our Savior has gone to pre- bered by readers that are familiar with scientific discoveries that Proi. RemClever Harry McCarthy of the Jess- fancy hair dressings trying to rid your pare; bler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding glass and also the Remamine Journal is confined to St Josephs scalp of germ life. They can't do it And we think of the heavenly blessings bler wireless Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler is entitled to MnSMrJlmiHrgMjHUiTg. (!miiEniilMfg.liHr-JInfirmary in Lexington with a mild because they cannot penetrate to thje That with our loved ones we shall consideration as he would not make any statements which were not true and m of typhoid fever. His host of seat of the trouble and draw the germ share. would injure his established reputation. friends all over the state are earnestly life to the surface of the scalp and deThe Siloron Mfg, Co. of Pueblo, Colo, have purchased the exclusive hoping for his speedy recovery. stroy it. American rights to manufacture Sagine, as they have named Prof Rembler's Never Out Of Work. Why not try a PROVEN REMEDY? Miss Letty May McRoberts was in invention, after having made a six month's test of Sagine and thoroughly deOne that will do this. We have a Lexington Saturday for the The busiest little things ever made monstrating that it would postively do the work. The Siloron Mfg. Co. have remedy that will rid the scalp of germ Banquet given at the Phoenix hotel. life and in this way will cure DAND- are Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every authorized us to make the following remarkable offer to all who need a "Genglobule of health, uine Hair Restorer." Tables were arranged in the form of RUFF and. ITCHING SCALP. pill is a sugar-coate- d the latter Chi; decorated gracefully that changes weakness into strength, They will send a written agreement with every bottle of Sagine, to the This remedy is ZEMO, a clean refined brain-fa- g with baskets of American Beauties, penetrating scalp tonic into effect that if one bottle of Sagine conscientiously used according to the directhat goes right languor into energy, Constipation, tions does not give entire satisfaction to the purchaser; if Sagine does not actulips and jonquils, while the dishes of to the seat of the trouble and drives mental power; curing confections and candies were in the Headache, Chills. Dyspepsia, Malaria. tually grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, remove dandruff the germ life to the surface and deout the Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. and make the hair healthy and glossy, that they will pay the sum of $5 to any It is easy for the housewife when she M same tones carrying straw. fraternity stroys it. colors, cardinal and dissatisfied purchaser. A shampoo with ZEMO (AFTISEP-TIC- ) This is the strongest offer ever made by any manufacturer and one they SOAP and one application of Jas. Rucker, of Lexington arrived could not possible make if they did not know positively from experiment that it entirely rid the scalp of in the city last Sunday evening and re- ZEMO will -TOO MUCH LOVE would do exactly what they claim for it. Noone takes any chance in buying mained here until Wednesday morning dandruff and scurf, Do not hesitate, get a bottieofZEMO today. It Too much love for fun, frolic and Sagine as it is certainly worth $1 to use a Genuine Hair Restorer that will grow mixing with his old friends. Mr. Ruck- but food causes stomach, liver, kider has resigned his position with the acts on a new principle and wili do ex- rich and nervous troubles. Other hair, and if it does not give satisfaction they will pay you the $5 as agreed. ney Send a $1 bill to The Siloron Mfg. Co. Pueblo, Colo., stating that you wish to Phoenix-Thir- d National Bank of that actly what we claim for it. remedies help you but DENN'S Sold and endorsed By the R. E. Mc- SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures purchase a bottle of Sagine with the written agreement to grow hair and recity to accept a more lucrative one Our discoverer, ten years a store the color to gray or faded hair or pay you the sum of $5 and it will be you. H with the Security Trust Co., of Lex- Roberts & Son Drug Store. miserable sufferer with the above sent to you by express in plain wrapper. ington. Mr. Rucker has a host of and RHEUMATISM of Col-- .. Co. is incorporated under friends in Middlesboro, who will be White and Yellow Seed troubles, cured in qne week. for orado The Siloron Mfg. the mercantile agencies or the Laws of the Stateto their To years, was 13 glad to hear of his advancement in- the any Pueblajbanks as Lancaster, Kentucky. and refer you to prove our remedy, 'while they last, Conrf or sale. Phone banking world. Middle"sboro regular size bottles only 25c at...... ability to fulfill any agreement they make. v Hudson & Hughes. THE SDLORON MF'G CCPaebloijCokx Stormes Drug Store. AME F -- I book-keep- er e, e. ","" uooK-Keepe- rvlsi-Trii- c r, ford-war- SPECIFICATION A. The Fence with the Heavy Stays , Ask Us. SON ! ..- v M. - Jy, en-to- J. R. MOUNT CO - We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer BEAZLEY & COLLIER s 1-- m Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance attention Farmers. A Genuine Hair Restorer. it so-call- KEMPER C& WOODS, HARTFORD, Ira. m g at-ta- ct LILY" Chi-Ome- -- H ! 1-- m i Garrard Milling Go. 1 S - - 26 ii -- --, ftrrjjHTj i r.5t2-- i 52, . Xt a :. W ""ri . i - U iHuiin.Ut ii i n :f lVirjftit',iriimMniLrati I If! - !- feli-Jk- riLv HARROW AIDS GARDEN CROPS The Farmers Union wlil haye a meet Arnold, Henry Store. j. I will sell ?t public auction to to the 337-1- 1 ing at the court house in Lancaster, at Requires Less Physical Energy on 6 Burnett & Elliott Office highest bidder at 9 o'clock a. m,, Part of Operator Than Any Other 10 A. M, on Monday county court day. V. 310-Burnsidc, Root Res SATURDAY APRIL 20th, Kelp to Plants. Cultivator All members ars requested to be Res at r.y place 2 rr.ilco froir. Hyattsville 0S2 H Burton. R. I. man Do not bo afruiil to narrow garden on the Henry Hurt lane, the following 1G1 Conn Bros. Hardwaio. SI crops. When the soil is dry or in a property:- 357-Cotton, C. S. 61 Res. Row can I Halp Improve Lancaster. who buys good working condition, it will do them Tffl Center, Walter, Res. 43 head of cattle; 2 milk cows; 3 woik 373-- J $ much good. Harrowing with all tect'1 (By Story Herron.) Rs. n.ut ; 1 sauuh horse; 1 fnmily horse; 220 Elliott, Dr. W. M. of good & just as the plants aio 174-Fox, J. C. The children of the Graded School iu the harrow Red. . many of the 2 five year old mare mules; 1 two year coming up will assist 2.1 still interested in the subject "How I coming Store. old Jack; 2 yearling colts; 1 two year 199 Fanner's Union I weak, struggling ones to push thei Res. II' can impiove Lancaster. The following vay through tho upper crust, in case old colt; 1 Jennett; 1 five yearold Jack, 393-- Gosncy, N. J. For our Lumber goes farFurniture.- ' is contributed by Mrs. Darnold's room. .a crust has been formed. Except in 1 five year old stallion, by Chester 5 Hurt & Anderson. OlliiC" JtHw. Sw'f'if)'''. I.ivi r I can help imorove Lancaster by (fry, loose soil, it is difficult for nearly Duel; eight 125 pound shoats; 2 sows 165 Hurt F. G. C Res. ther and lasts longer than -- -- Kentucky Kurtz H. M. Res. Lancaster, keeping my front and back yard clean, all kinds of Leans to push their way and pigs; 1 buggy, 2 wagons and vari- 387-four times the poorer, un out and up, says a writer in an ex- ous other articles. Terms made known 387-B. Locker Res. I can go around the streets and pick 239 Long J. P. Res. up banana peeling, orange peeling, and change. K the surface soil is much on day of sale. i seasoned kind. The next time you need Lumber of any msrv ntVipr tliinrrq T ran lioln imnrni'n crusted many of them perish in thoI J. C. GASTINEAU, 1SG Lan. Tobocco Ware House. nec,i.. ,,." .,ii: i... k yu. ..,,, ... . l..u3 Ul.u U1r attempt, and a reseeding is often t R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Kentucky. 09 Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. shingles, try ours. We will both gain kind from beams to eSPary. The best patch of lima beans 21 Logan H. T. Res. J tne pavement, a banana peeling is a that tho writer ever grew was liar-323 Moore Henry Re3. ' good way to get your leg broken, any- lowed botli ways at the time they beby the operation. of QUALITY. 339-Mahan J. Q. Res. how I think Lancaster, would be much gan to come up. When the man was ! 3G3-Mahan J. W. Res. happier to have all the square and park started on the work he told us that OQO i.orfwfrOrf' ooorf A Face RetenoM. 374-- S Morgan G. A. Res. he thought it was not a good thing to Si clean. adies Delight. 3S5-McMillan Lige Res. I think that every boy and gill would harrow beans, for he had never known Remover, 392-Montgomery Dr. Office. have those old hounds romoied from any one else doing it. He said, "I will A Freckle i& leaches the Skin, 202 Perkins E. W. Res. Where-Wher' the park end those old bones that the harrow them if you say so, but I think B e har- A labasterlike Effect, had 363-Pope & Vaughn. Res. dogs carried in there it would be much it will hill them." When he rowed them lengthwise we had him mootb, velvety skin, ARE YOU GOING? 400-Pierce Joe. Store. prettier. We have one man woiking turn on them for a onic for Face Muscles, I am going to the Three Chair Shop T 384-Res. Rankin T. C. in Lancaster now trying to keep the At this the man complained loudly, ejnvenates Your Youth, 3?3-Rankin Janies Res. to get my Face and Head Changed streets clean, but I think that every saying that there would not be a bean O f Great Beautifying Power, 351-Res. where you don't have te wait a minute. Rainey J. T. one in Lancaster ought to have a little left in the patch. His expression indi Richmond Street. ovelier Facial Appearance. 329-Ray Mrs. Eliza Res. pride in their own town:" cated that we were a better success' 164 Rose G. C. Res. &&'&&& & We could have a pretty garden in as a lunatic than a gardener. When DUNCAN was completed the 379-Rose Dr. B. C. Res. the park, we could help Lancaster, by the Tuc Old Reliable Barber. In the last two months we sold 1,Sj2 did Sjsf? Re3. trying to get girls aiid boysto go to man admitted that the harrowing it packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because 93 Riley J. L. put the soil in nice shape, and that S3 Robinson Mrs. J. C. Res. Sunday School we could help Lancasdid not tear out so many beans after it is the most perfect production of its Meats. ter by getting older men to quit drink- all. Within a few days he admitted kind on the market, universally indors- 50 Ross & Whitlock. Res. Schooler Roy. ing whiskey. that he had never seen i so i nice and '' ed by users. Removes Freckles, Sun- - 4C0-II 213 Turner & Carpenter. Store. ' even a sintu oi oeans m m me. The b THE STAMP LOOK FC?. T etc A chafed skin Res. Turner Joe harrowing helped hundicda of the ant is the w j Combination Cream 3S5-, "CQR7EIGHT" Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. 333-beans to come up, and put tne soil in and powder. Nor.o Walker Kemp. " Res. j give that soothing, LANCASTER, KY. & such fine coud ition that the yolins 192 Walker Alex. Res. ? J -5 5 ' and ccept no suhstfoilc, ii ycu want a roof that cooling tee'injj sis Aiauastroi ana wnose Sfi COLUMN z plants began to grow rapidly. Office Phone G. Residence Phone 220 Herndon. Livery. . us- - is so much appreciated. It acts on 11 Walker &W. II. will b:t a- long as the bd'ding, and never need Res. Whenitt not unlike VO9 xoooo coooe &Xs ELECTRICITY TO CLEAN GRAIN the f iceing Morning.a refreshing, cool-it I?S ......W..V Miu ATnrrrarof Tfan Znrnno T..U ......0U. ... "" j 1 repair;- - never need ellcntiou of any Led, except VV. ..? ' We guarantee ing Spi 397 Bishop Miss Fannie. k K T I' an occasion-'- cost of pdr.t. to be satisfactory in every respect. rfpaco below thU liculing Is for tno esclu- 3G0 Dr. R. L. Pontius. Magnetic Pulley Arranged to Separates Veterinav. y j alve usi of our fanner subscribers, nnd U for Mailed to your home in generous size 3. Iron and Steel Particle From tho sale of stock, grain and Midi thing? on packages and in plain wrapper for 50 Telephone Company! LI Gmsll Kernels. farm as ilie farmer cannot afford to adverCortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. Apply to Cents Silver., No Samples. Incorporated. tise. Xo notice .ill bo accepted oxer four The Siloeon Mf'g Co., lines, and will bo only In ',no luea of the A magnetic separator for removing R coud, free of cliarKe Pueblo, Colorado. iron and steel from grain was recently Stanford Street. We Carry Lumber stiifkc " " iliith i ty m' '" Farmers Union. MISkUMMC T?mrtV.MfeiwrTi ?w !2 Public Sale! New Phones. Q CARDS. R. that makes the and uses judg it proud ment in here. L Pontius. ill $ar B Veterinary Suigeon G and Dentist. A K acp0eoo9feooc-oooooe6o&oooooooooo- ..,..,. ua,,.L Cot Flowers vi" Facts. Q S Lancaster Lumber a Ware McRoberts. . Mlg Co. B U cross-harrowin- S G U R A U B M fcSETAL e&Zii -- JWMfeS. &4& 7Zzi?rK t , lllldLI ! cross-harrowin- g Alabasrrol HN!W H H m fi i s ELLIOTT, . - ; H hvsician Surneon. .- In FARMER'S xoo3 I Q , '' l j I I Bastin J. W.SWEENEY VfcRY, rtED and SALE STABLE hENTUC&Y. !Vl'tUZl Ji.'ifii vi;it:HUcii:. 0-- LOUISVSLLE. KY. Established 1837 Higtetmarketprlcepaid . ffS&Ss&St .?T. hrs Jkrjffimzm ,7n;r w9ys&&2&&mBsz&$& and HIDES. T T'ftrFS. "WOOIL, 9Sar fLSa JA i SI vf' for K raw COMMISSION t$2fc8?gl described in an English journal. The has 2500 tobacco separator consists of a steel pulley sticks for sale. magnetized by :i current of electricity run through coils placed within the F)R Sale:-S0- 0 good locust post. J. H. rim. The belt conveyor running over Thompson, Pieachersville, Ky. J. S. Johnson Sr. Commissioner ' s LANCASTER. C mmissioner s Sale of Land. Sal e of i and. Sn.ni to Ofilce Honr- 12. t p m i t -- u,f)ii" If:: "t. iT Foil Sale: Work stock nnd brood mares. J. A. Conn, Jr. Fou Sale: Cjw and young calf. -- - - " "' i. 'v.. 'V, KACHmC PULLEY ,w G A. Swinebroad. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Mr. Will Embry sold to Mr. Robinson of Mercer county a two year old mai e CWl for ?245.0fi. ' ' "Z- - IRON OR 3 pair Indian Runner ducks $2.00 per pair. STCGU For Sale Will sell at Capital $50000. Ass't Cashier. Surplus 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. ROBINSON, S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embby, Safety- Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. J. E. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. r r M'lTifi lffB f JiYT- - waJT " P tt&Sl??rZa&!3 SPECIAL ElXCURSiC4 CINCINNATI AND RETUi Sunday, April 21st. 1 ,oO Round Trip $1.5 SPECIAL TRAIN OB&aszx Round Trip Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Germs Spread In Skill Eczema, Psoriasis, and other skin troubles are caused by myriads of terras at work In the skin. Unless these germs are promptly destroyed they rapidly multiply, gnawing their ivay deep into the sensitive tissue. This Is what causes that awful itch, and what seemed a mere rash may grow worse and develop Into a loathsome and torturing skin disease nrlth Its years of misery. Don't take any chances! Destroy the trerms at the beginning of the trouble with that soothing and cleansing wafjh, the D. D. D. Prescription for Eczema. A 25c bottle will prove this to you. Wc have had experience with many remedies for skin trouble but hao never seen such remarkable cures as those from D. D. D. Prescription. Instant relief from the very first application. We are so confident that D. D. D. will repch your case that it will cost you nothing if the very first full sizo bottlo fails to make good every claim. If you have skin trouble of any kind we certainly advi.e you to drop in ahd Investigate the merits of D. D. D. anyway. "Wo know that D. D. D. will help you. R. E. McRoberts & Son, Lancaster, Ky Make the Easter Deposit receipts the starting of an' account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Then your money will be safe from loss by thieves, fire or any other cause. Be as quick as a hare in mak a ing deposits and slow as a tortoise iu useless spending. This time next year you'll have a balance you wouldn't believe possible. of your The Garrard Bank & Trust Company. Separating Iron Particles From Grain. the pulley carries the grain in the Mrs Raymond Cates, Lowell, Ky. usual manner, but as the iron or steel xvir. w. l. xsoei oougnt a hne o year particles reach the magnetic field, they are kept in close contact to the belt old Jack from.Mr. T. O. Hill. until alter it leaves the pulley on the under side. The sketch clearly illusSeed Corn For Sale. trates tho operation. Boone county white seed corn and Irish pstatoes for sale. Corn Gilagc. Phone CG3-B. F. Robinson. An important consideration is determining feeding value of corn siFor Sale: -- Good family horse about lage as the compared with that of corn 12 years old, gentle. T. W. Conn. stover, foddercorn or bundlecorn, is ' that in ensilage the whole of tho Pure brown leghron eggs for sale 50 pant( incidins the stems, is convert-cent- s Phone 400-1for 15. ed into succulent and noruishing food. R. C. Schooler, Lancaster, Ky. j When fed in any of the other forms the stems are rejected and are of W. T. Noel and Hugh Kurtz ue only as they gradually ydd to tho purchased at Stanford court Monday :.2 humus of the soil. head ot yearling cattle paying (I cents per pound for them. For Stormy Days. When a stormy day comes, spend a Luck of a Windfall. few hours over the garden seeds foi The harsh forest laws of William the coming season. See that they the Conqueror are responsible for the are not being affected by dampness meaning of good luck" now so often as- nor by excessive heat. The mice may sociated with the term windfall. Un- be helping themselves. der the Not man it was a criminal offense to cut down timber in the forests; but as the peasants were allowed to gather whatever wood the wind had blown down they always hailed a storm as an omen of good luck. One of the great mistakes in dairy farming is in having too much land. Court. Turkeys in Havail. No farmer can afford to "have a II. C. Kauffman Atty, March 30th, In the mountainous districts of Ha- cheap, inferior made silo on his farm. 1912. very numerous, waii wild turkeys are Commercial fertilizer, when properand form an important resource for ly used, will increase the yield of New Preservative for Wood. the wandering camper. They are, of crops. A solution of ten per cent, borax course, imported American turkeys Young cabbage plants require thor- and five per cent, rosin is driven into gone wild. Some of the stockmen lib- ough protection in the hotbed and cold wood by electricity in France to preerated domestic turkeys, and they frame. serve it. promptly took to a bold life-- and are Barley and oats, as well as wheat, thriving excellently, their only foe ap- are usually improved in quality on parently being the mongoose, which flax land. ultimately will pnne their undoing. There Is no better way by which This simply shows how readily domes- the corn crop can be used than tic stock harks to wild life when giv- through the silo. en an opportunity. Garden seeds require much tho same treatment as grass seeds or Vtfl Pale-face- d, weak,' and small grains. EM shaky women who suffer Alfalfa is the most wonderful of all WELL DESERVED every day with womanly cultivated plants, and tho oldest ono c weakness need the help The Praise That Comes From Thankful known to history. You cannot make as good silage of a gentle tonic, with irtii from dry cornstalks as you can from Ut a building action on the Lancaster People. o3 Tirnmon!,, rf(om T,, mature green corn. njuiaiuy ojoiwiii. iijruuaic It will,take good farming to keep up One kidney remedy has known merit. weak you need Cardui, Lancaster people rely upon it. That and increase soil fertility without purthe woman's tonic, because chasing feed grown outside. remedy is Doans Kidney Pills. LancasCardui will act directly on The egg plant is one of the least ter testimony proves it reliable. the cause of your trouble. known garden vegetables and one Mrs. J. . Pumphrey, Danville St., Cardui has a record of thatj deserves being better known. Lancaster, Ky., says: "My experience more than 50 years of preparation of manure for a The with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to hotbed should begin at least three success. It must be good. say that they live up to the claim3 weeks before the hotbed is to be E60 made for them. I suffered a great used. deal from backache and could not sleep Demand for good, productive farm well. On several occasions my back property is steadily increasing. Some ' became so painful and weak that I was very high prices are paid for well imunable to attend to my housework. proved farms. When sowing seed of early vegeBeirig advised to give Doan's Kidney table in flats in the hotbed it is a Th Tonic Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a supdecided advantage to cover the maply at McRobert's Drug Store. They nure with soil. Mrs. Effie Graham, of helped me from the first and I was soon Willard, Ky.f says: "I relieved." was so weak I could The above statement was given March I suffered, hardly go. 20, 1908 and when Mrs. Pumphrey was nearly every month, for 3 interviewed on February 6, 1912, she years. When I began to said: "Doan's Kidney Pills are a great take Cardui, my back hurt medicine. They promptly relieved me awfully. I only weighed and I gladly confirm what I said, some Succeed when everything else fails. 99 pounds. Not long after,, years ago recommending them." In nervous prostration and female I weighed 115. Now, I For sale by all dealers. Price 5Q weaknesses they are the supreme do all my work, and am remedy, as thousands have testified. cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, in good health." Begin New York, sole agents for the United FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND taking Cardui, today. STOMACH TROUBLE States. it is the best medicine ever aold Remember the name Doan's and " Qver a druggist's Counter. take no other. WHirawrajjAiiis&sggii innniii UiY T'-ni B 1. i j , val-Mess- rs ees Qid ';3t Fqpixx JMGies Plaintiff Alberta Marion Mitchell Against Piji'l.l-ti&-. K I. William Meritt and others Defendants Agairst. Pursuant to the judgment rendered Susie Mitchell, & Alberta Mitchell De- herein at the March term 1912 the unfendants, dersigned Commissioner will, sell at H. Perauant to a judgment rendered public auction before the court house herein at the March term, 1912. The door in Lancaster, Kentucky at eleven undersigned commissioner will sell at o'clock or there about on County puLlic auction, before the court house MONDAY APRIL 22nd 1912, f IIOJfK :K!door in Lancaster, Kentucky at 11 it being the first day of Garrard Coun-- tj -- itw. idee oter F. 6. Hurt s M. or thereabout on o'clock A. Court term, the following property MONDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1912. which is described in the pleadings and Lancaster, Kfnttn: thus day of the Garrard is One described: it being the first Lowell, house and lot situated Couny Court Term, the real estate Garrard county Kentucky andin bounded mentioned in the pleadings and deGarrard on the east by M. K.of Ross,L. on the scribed as follows, to wit:-I- n . & N. K the it County, Kentucky, in the town of Paint north by right of way Rby 9oocJJoe Lick, "on'the Richmond and Lancaster j - ,R-onC?c on south by Granville .' turnpike load, and is bounded as f0i. property and containing zS .,.-V7k ''-- ' ttZ 3Jf ?V about four v . Zf ' lows:- r,rfia?5' V acres, more or less. This is the same Beginning at a stone near the pike property that was conveyed by Wiland corner to New Hope parsonage liam Merritt to Henry Merritt by deed U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician in line to same N 19h E II. 7 dated January 7th 18S7 and recorded Glares Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. poles to a stake on parsonage line, in the Garrard County Clerks office in his hue Deed Book 7 page 5:ttj and inherited by corner to I. C. Rucker;-thenc- e S 51 E 7.59 poles, corner to same;-thenc- e William Merritt and &c from Henry with pike N 83 W. 8.4 poles to Meritt deceased. the beginning, containing one acre, The purpose of this sale is to satisfy three roods and seventeen poles, more a debt of Marion Mitchell against the or less. defendants. William Merritt and HarThis land was inherited by the parties rison Merritt amounting, debt and heiein from Chailie Mitchell de'cd which to date of sale two hundred Offiice over Logan's store. property was conveyed to Charlie and three dollars, ($203.03) and Mitchell by deed from J. G. Galloway the estimated cost. 91.45 for the Office Phone 6. Recorded in the Garrard County cleiks court proceedings, for which judgment Residence Phone 75. office in Deed Book 13, page 10 and has been rendered in the above styled dated Jan, 1st 1S95. action. Slid property will be sold on a credit TERMS:-Sa- id sale will be made on months;-an- d the purchaser will of six ap- a credit of six months and the purbe required to execute bond with proved security for the putchase price, chaser will be required to give bond approved surety bearing interest having the force aud effect of a re- with per cent per annum from date of W. H. Brown at G plevin bond payable to All Work Guaranteed. lien retained upon ill. U. U. Ki. L., Dearing interest at ine sale, with a to secure the paymentthe of six per cent from date until ( property sold money, and said bond of Paint Lick, rate Kentucky to paid and a lien reserved upon the prop- - the purchase the erty until the purchase money is all have upon force and efiect of a judg which execution may issue nent paid. if not paid at maturity. W. H. BROWN. W. H. BROWN Master Commississioner Garrard Circuit Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit John Mitchell, Plaintiff. Gakkard Circuit Court. Guardian, Garrard Circuit Court. 73. P "Wai.tkw Walker, I TIN&LEY. Surveyor -J rr- f WllriS -- vi5 SDi BE. Wm. BURNETT st. Phvsican and Surgeon. (8-10- 0) H. J0 PATRICK, Oentist. J. E. Robinson Attorney. Court. M. K. Denny, April 3rd 1912. DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. Commis sioners, Sale of Land. J. E. Robinson, Plaintiff. Will Practice in all State Courts am? U. S. District Court. Tyree Pointer and Others Defendants. Pursuant to a judgement rendered Office over Police Court. Phone 194 herein at the March term 1912, the undersigned commissioner will sell at public auction, before the court house TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabout on J. D. Nave Garrard Circuit Court. VS. UWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. ' r MONDAY, APRIL-22nd- . 1912, -a it being the first day of the Garrard to-wi- t;- Lancaster one-ha- lf county court term, the real estate mention in the pleadings and described as follows, Being in Garrard county, Kentucky, being the same land that was sold and conveyed to Tyree Pointer by G. day P. Terrill by deed dated and said land bounded 19 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 thi3 .ale is to satisfy a debt of the plaintiff J. D. Dry Cleaning Co We have moved to East Water street block East of Lexingone and ton avenue. All orders called for and Phone 340. delivered. h. Ii?. Faulkner, fllgr. . Woman's Nave against the defendant Tyree Fruit 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 Asparain the above styled action. The sale will be made on a TERMS credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved secuiity for the purchase price, having the force and effect of a replevin bond payable to W. H. Brown Everything for Orchard, Lawn and M. C. G. C C bearing interest at the you rate of six percent per annum from Garden. Our prices may interest date until paid and a lien is reserved Catalogue. No Agts. upon the property until all the pur- Write for free and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, gus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, and Phlox. chase money is paid. Court. W. H. BROWN. Master Commissinor Garrard Circuit H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. " ft. 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