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Digital page images are linked to the text file. - . v m.j x- - rX..'.- - .. ?-"- rWir fTTHSj sm a" P M, r- - r JL M es -- HT'STTi sm U-oEL- .jy V 5 X also a 3 jJX-- 1 A PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT RECORD NUMBER TWENTY THIRD YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, APRIL 19, 1912. V5v-- T 2. USSUCStESSE&Si "Koss Show clay". Monday" is county. court day, fiS 9 I It will pay you to get our -- Af prices on Buggies, w agons, Plows, rows IT La SI 1 Es$5 J y The leap year dance that wa3 to be J. Romans. given in Stanford, Friday, April 19th, If you want good Seed Corn, Cane, has been postponed on acconnt of the Millet or Cow Peas, call Hudson and serious illness of Mrs. Sam Baughman. Hughes, Phone 26. To The Children Of Garrard County Odd Fellows "Homecoming". At present it seems that advantage The local lodge of Odd Fellows will is not being taken of the opportunity on the night of the 22d inst have what to enter the Declamatory Contest of they term a "homecoming", that is a May 15; very few have entered. We special service for all its members to will be compelled to withdraw the prizinduce them to return to the fold. Re- es offered if names are not entered in freshments will be served. good point by April 22. J. L. Riley, Supt. Bro. Orr Riled. Live Bro. Sanders Orr of the Harrodsburg Mr. A. D. Leavell Leader heads an article in his recent Stock Inspector. issue "Dam a certainty", The article The Garrard County Fiscal Court at in question relates to the building of its recent April term reappointed Mr. the new dam over the Dix river. We A. D. Leavell to be Live Stock Inspect suppose that the result of the recent or for Garrard county fqr another year, convention in Harrodsburg cnuscd the and he forthwith qualified and assumed Bio. to drop into profanity. the duties of his his Office. To Mr. Leavell is due great credit for the erOpening Bail Game. adication of scabies among the sheep The opening game of the season will of the county, it being due to his inbe played on the home grounds. Friday defatigable efforts that the dread April 19, 1912. C. Tribble, p Doty, lb scourge was held to the" minimum and Robinson, 2b S. Herron, ss Lawson, 3b finally wholly disappeared. Mr. Leavell Bourne. Fielders, cf McRoberts. rf tells us that he has received instrucH. Jenkins or J. Herron, If Tinder. tions from the Governmf nt authorities The home boys will also play T. S. S. to require all flocks, both sheep and of Nicholasville next Monday. belambs, to have a certificate Yv. , For thirty days you can get a on a buggy or driveing wagon Lost nn nnblic. Kmmrn. Anvil fith. .1 1 "1 brand new Duck Brand rain coat. Reward if returned to The Central Record 1- I at office. AllOthe i Pfintftftn$ y U BdS A sure indication that no one contestant has an advantage over the others J Forges To The Front and Heads The List. GOODS BALI at the last $110.00. is the constant changing of the standing of the various ones who are striving to win their way to the front. First one and then another heads the list, and occasionally "a dark horse" pulls up with the leaders, only to be displaced when the next count is made, but as the contest grows more spirited, the more determined do the contestants become, and the one who falls behind is spurred on to redouble her efforts, and by the making of another count is liable to lead the list. Friends of the plucky young ladies are beginning to take an interest in the race, and al most every person wno niak'es a pur chase at one of the stores interested, or who subscribes to, or pays up a subscription to the Record, expresses a desire to have their ballots cast for some favored young lady, New contestants are being nominated, and start in with a goodly number of votes to their credit, and with as good a show to win one of the capital prizes as some who were entered earlier in the contest. Following is the standing count:- - Do you gloves, vant the latest in masks? Do you want the very patterns that the professionals use? You can't do your best mitts, in in BASE BALL SUPPLIES with hum bails, bats, gloves, masks, etc.; any more than you can work your best with bum tools. Get the good kind. Until you come and see our line of base ball goods you can't know just how well we can care for vour needs. Be a good sport; come and have a look. Land Rollers, Cultivators and ail kinds of Imple ments too numerous to mention. Our Motto Is To Live and Let Live. Our New Hardware Store is in the old lesson Hotel building. Corn Frizes. We expected to publish this week a list of the local prizes and the manner of awarding them in the Boys Corn Club Contest, but owing to the fact that Miss Higgirts has not furnished us with a complete list of the prizes, we are compelled to defer their publication to a later date. Williams. ex? etf)' The Barboursville News contains an account of the death of Mrs. Ollie Tye Williams, wife of J. T. Williams, which occured in Knox county on April 5th of Tuberculosis. Mrs. Williams was 49 years of age and besides her husband is survived by six children, four daughters and two son?. Mr. and .t Wil.iams formerly resided in ZA i Mrs 1.2 Lancaster, Mr. Williams being . A' y gaged. in tne grocery and busi- ess near the depot. J before ing shipped or moved from the county. It will not be necessary for another inspection, as he can issue this certificate upon the inspection of last year, but he will require all flocks before being shipped or moved from tr e county to be dipped in a lime and sulphur dip. Drovers will do well to remember this fact, as the railroads will not accept sheep or lambs for shipment without, the certificate, and sheep driven to another county without a certificate, will be liable to quarantine and their owner to a fine. Castle Adams A Model Of Cleanliness Miss Annie Austin sold a 12 year old combined mare to J. I. Hamilton for LANCASTER DISTRICT. Mary Eliza Holtzclow 64.976 Mae Powell 56,177 Kate Ham 45,424 Katie Mae Dickerson 36,546 Nellie O'Hearn 25.905 Sadie Anderson 25,268 Alline Thomas 22,825 Jennie Cox 20,035 Mamie Stormes Dunn 19,080 noooluoli Bros Wholesale and Retail Hardware Fanny Carpenter Ora Prather Lillie Croucher Bessie Wilkerson Sallie Anderson Lucile Schooler Mrs. Phil Thompson Gracie Mae Cochran Lida Hill Flossie Mae Teater Ida Mae Yeakey Nancy Johnson Talitha Bourne a Vv' -- ' en-co- al , And Neatness. The authorities ol the State Peneten-tiar- y at Frankfort have complained of the condition of prisoners brought to that institution from the various jails in the state. They were not specific as to the jails from which the objectionable prisoners were received, but they SliMyitiilii .pcter, isy zztmtmat(mwmp& tTwasamw 4K r ? .fc When you buy your clothes here, you get clothes that are not only right in the big ways but you get dothes 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 almost sible for the average man to detect these faults. Here where our cjothes exceL We buy only from the best manufacturers, whose methods we know, whose reputation is unquestioned. We our clothes only with the distinct understanding that if they are unsatisfactory you will bring them back to us. sell-you Dont 'orget to see W. J. Romans if say that prisoners are brought to them Elizabeth Bryant covered with vermin, suffering from Louise Rice , you want a stove or range. various diseases, filthy, dirty, unkept Ethel Estridge with festering wounds and Piano for Sale at a Bar-$- j and suffering for want of medicalsores, Edna Arnold f and at- Myrtle Walker gain. A high grade stan- tention .and sadly negligent of the BRYANTSV1LLE DISTRICT. dard make Mahogany Piano primary rules of sanitation. Osa Coulter . 83,050 di Being sure that no such conditions Mary Belle Halcomb. .41,300 Tvlnst be sold. If interested but ,, ci xririrpxr. ii !.. .v;. rarp Gen-- existed in the local jail, sure, desiring to ' pjora Ruble 37.0CU we visited Mary E!en Farey make assurance doubly 'f. . 31,900 the institution, questioned the prisoners Lucy Campbell 24.900 trai Record Office. questioned the jailer and made a per- - peari Shearor 22,700 sonal inspection of the premises. We 01iie Crawford 20,200 found the jail in a thoroughly sanitary losga May Teat'c'r 2J,U00 SfJGv '& condition, equipped with lavatory, bath OompH ...0.600 room and all modern m and the occupants in sanitary appliances ; Ethel Onstott ' 5,300 a cleanly condition Mattio Scott 5 a00 and in as happy a frame of mind as it Blanche Stone. 5,200 is possible for one to be under such Sallie Ham .'....? 7. 4,200 circumstances. The answers given to Clodie Speaks 3.365 us by Jailer Adams were borne out by Rella Ruble 3,300 the appearance of the premises. Mr. LuraJennings 2,300 Adams tells us that he makes a rigid Mrs Jas Sutton 2,200 inspection of every prisoner brought to Maggie Norris 1,800 him, and if his condition is not what it Annie Osborne 1,400 should be. both from a medical or saniPrices are right and paints and oils tary standpoint, he sees that the matare see W. ter is remedied before he is allowed to you right,your house J. Romans before buy paint. occupy a cell or associate with the other prisoners. Three times each Excursion Season Opens. week the entire jail is thoroughly fumiThe first Sunday excursion of the gated by spraying with an antiseptic season was run to Cincinnati over the solution, the beds coming in for treat- L & N last Sunday. It was not very ment, the blankets and bedclothing are liberally patronized owing to the cool washed regularly, the prisoners are weather, but as soon as gets a little imposis it given medical attention when necessary warmer, we may expect each of these good wholesome food is provided, and is excursions to take a goodly number of they aie made as comfortable as pos- our colored people for their summer sible, and we are sure that the state outing "across the river", and the reauthorities can find no fault with the sultant scarcity of good cooks will be prisoners which they receive from Gar- in order. rard countyj; i i 11,510 10,470 10,090 10,060 9,780 9,530 6,550 2.200 1,800 1,500 1,070 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 1,000 For Commonwealth's Attorney, . 5ll? Wg?' Ipfe-- . 'Vrsi ass lWmo 1 .r Clothes That Are Bound to Satisfy in QUALITY and PRICES. We can alco show you the very Newest Styles in Ladies, Mens, Girls and Boys - handsome line of Furnishing 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. A Shoes. H T. Logan. Lancaster, Kentucky.. Jesse D. Wearren A Candidate. Mr. Jesse D. Wearren has announced For Lancaster's Handsome New School his candidacy for the nomination on the democratic ticket for circuit clerk in Building Accepted And The Contract Lincoln county. Mr, Wearren is well known in Lancaster, having formerly Will Be Awarded In The W. S. BURCH, STANFORD, KENTUCKY. resided here. He married Miss Nell Near Future. Dillon, daughter of the late James Stanford, Ky., April 16. Formal an- Centre College in Danville in 1882, and The Trustees For the Lancaster Grad Dillon of this place. Jess has long nouncement was made here today by taught school three years in Crab Ored Common School on last Friday ac- been a useful party worker in Lincoln cepted the plans of Messrs Weber Bros county, and now seeks his reward. County Attorney W. S. Burch, of his chard, reading law meanwhile in the of Covington Ky. for the new school build candidacy for the Democratic nomi- office of Judge J. W. Alcorn. In 1895 Man. ing. Bids will be received and as soon nation for Commonwealth's Attorney he was the Democratic nominee for as possible the contract will be awardEJ, Robinson, of Lancaster, Hon. Joe Superintendent of Schools, but went ed and'work will begin and it is hoped was in town yesterday and received a of the Thirteenth Judicial district to down in defeat in the general Republithat the building will be completed in warm reception. Mr. Robinson was fill the vacancy caused by the elevatime for its occupancy at the opening urged to become a candidate for Com- tion of Hon. Charles A. Hardin to the can landslide when Bradley was elected of the Fall term. Of course nothing monwealths Attorney, but his large Judgeship. The nomination will be Governor. Mr. Burch is now serving can be done until the close of the pres- law practice could not be ignored. He made in the general primary on Satur- his second term as .County Attorney of ent school term, but upon its comple- is also interested in the Lancaster ReLincoln, having defeated Judge J. S. tion, work of razing the present build- cord, one of the best papers in the day, August 3. ing will commence and the new building State. Mr. Robinson would have There are few better known Demo- Owsley, Jr., for the nomination the will be erected upon the site of the old made it quite interesting for other crats in this part of the State than Mr. first time and Hon. M. F. North, the one. The new buildings is to be of candidates had he remained in the race. Burch, or more able lawyers, and he second time, and being elected for his buff colored brick and the new edifice present term over Hon. George D. as outlined in the plans will present a Mr. Homer Tinsley Sr. Dies Suddenly Of starts in this campaign with assurance Florence, who is now Commonwealth's handsome appearence, equalling that of of support from all over the district. Heart Trouble. by appointany school building in this section of g devotion to the welfare of Attorney of this district A ment to fill the vacancy until an elecMr. Homer Tinsley Sr. died suddenly the state, commodious, modern, sanithe party, and a recognized ability in tary, thoroughly equipped with all mod- Wednesday afternoon at his home on held. Mr. Burch was profession, has lead his friends to tion could be ern appliances and a school building the Poor Ridge Pike about five miles his chairman of the Democratic County thoroughly in keeping with the needs from town.of heart trouble. At the insist thahe is the logical man to fill Committee during the and requirements of the growing de- Record's hour of going to press no this responsible position, and they becampaign, and chairman of mand for school facilities in Lancaster arrangements had been made for the lieve thafiihese facts will forcibly apand the surrounding territory from funeral, and particulars as to his death peal to theT)emocrata over the district the Judicial district committee when patronage is drawn. The ar- were unobtainable. Mr. Tinsley was a which Judge Bell was nominated. .He has and result in his overwhelming chitects have promised to have the veteran of the civil war, having esserved his party faithfully and well, plana here by the latter part of next poused the cause of the Confederacy. always responding to its call, and ever week, and w; hope in the near future He was one of the most highly esteemMr. Burch is a native of Crab Orto bo able to present to the people a ed citizens of the county, and was the chard, Lincoln county, his ancestors working faithfully for its sucaess. He will make an active campaign for 'the cut. of the new building showing just father of County Surveyor Homer having been among the earliest settlers nomination, visiting and speaking javer how it will look when completed Tinsley. A more extended notice of and giving its construction in detail. his death will be published next week. in Kentucky. He graduated from old the whole district. PLANS Lawyer-Newspap-er life-lonSaufley-Bell-Hardi- ng is -- 1 1 . -- - ly-. ss.-j- g? 4, " - ' Yir "rfn The Central Record In the primary election held in Pennsylvania .on last Saturday Theodore Roosevelt received 67 of tb,e states 76 incorporated. delegates to the National Convention. $1.00 a tear. Col. Issued Weekly. Roosevelt won 53 of the 64 district national delegates and his folGREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. lowers elected enough delegates to the state convention to give them control Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky. of that body, which will name twelve as Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. delpgates at largo. Politicians are astounded at the out Member Kentucky Press Association come as the friends of Col. Roosevelt and were without an organization in many Eighth District Publishers League. of the districts, Gov. Woodrow Wilson, who was practically without opposition was givsn 74 out of the 76 delegates, booster, Ky., April 19, 1912. the remaining two delegates are un pledged but are favorable to Gov. Har( Next Monday is ''hoss show" day in Lancaster and all the good ones will be on dress parade. If- - you havn't the cards made for that horse of yours, have them printed at this office as we are prepared to turn out first class work at a low price. Clean Up. rMmmwm& Rates For Political Announcements mon. For or For For For For Precinct and City Offices friends of Senator Clark expect$ 5.00 ed defeat in Pennsylvania and did not 10.00 County Offices A poll 15.00 put up a strenuous opposition. State and District Offices made by the flew York Herald before 10 Calls, per line 10 the result in Pennsylvania was known Cards, per line gives Mr. Clark 131 votes to Mr. Wil all publications in the interson's 34, admitting the result of the individuals or expres The The City Council has issued an order to the Chief of Police to have the town thorougly cleaned before the coming of warm weather, and he in turn has issued a warningjto the residents of the the town to place their premises in a sanitary condition. In the near future a day will be set aside to be known as "cleaning up day" and the city wagon will call upon that day and hanl off all refuse which the citizens will gather up and place in a convenient place. This is a good move and the citizens of the community should offer all the en couragement possible. Spring very closji relation, the nearest of kin with Lancaster people are ac quainted being her great nieces, Mrs. Robert L. Elkin and Mrs. Joseph E. Robinson of Lancaster and great nephew Maj. William Hoskins Collier of Louisville, and Mrs. Robert Harding and Mrs. Richard Dobyns of Danville. both of whom are nieces. Funeral service's were held at the Christian Church on Friday afternoon by Eld. F. M. Tinder, assisted by Dr. E. H. Pearce, after which her remains were placed at rest beside her husband in the Lancaster cemetery. fiff S5sv s Lime PTOff v. V OP. SfiW Bnlnher Col. jChinn Announces. Farris. est of sion of individual views, line Obituaries, per line per ANNOUNCEMENTS For Cesgress. Pennsylvania primary to be wholly in 10 Mr. Wilson's favor, it would leave 05 Clark with 131 votes to Wilson's 110, leaving Wilson still ten votes behind Clark. The Herald claims that Clark' is gaining ground rapidly, while Wilson is losing with equal rapidity. eighth district, subject to the action of franchises of the railroads of the state tHe Democratic Primary to be held bv over S137.000.000.. thereby increas August, 3rd, 1912. ing the amount brought into the state treasury over last years amount by $700,000, It is claimed that this acFer CenmoBwealth Attorney. tion upon the part of the board will We are authorized to announce Emmet obviate the necessity of calling an Puryear as a candidate for Common extra session of the Legislature in wealth attorney, subject to the action order to pass a public utility measure, of the Democratic party, and that the raising of the railroads assessment will result in the wiping We are authorized to announce W. S. out of the states, deficit and the reBurch as a candidate for Commo- plenishing of the states treasury withnwealth's Attorney, subject to the ac. out additional taxation upon the people tion of the Democratic party. of the Commonwealth. The Board is composed of the State Treasurer, the Secretary of State and Auditor and Fer County Judge. their action in this matter is said to We are authorized to announce Clay- have been unanimous. ton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to The growth of Lancaster in the last ten years has been due chiefly to its the action of the democratic party. splendid school facilities, any number We are authorized to announce of people having moved hre to take James A. Beazley as a candidate for advantage of the splendid opportunity County Judge of Garrard county, sub- offered for the education of their ject to the action of the Democratic children, and that this growth has amounted to at least 25 per cent of the party. population, no one can deny. With the erection of the new school building For Sheriff. and the materaial betterment of the announce C. A. already splendid school facilities, we We are authorized to Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of hope to see Lancaster double its popu.Garrard County, subject to the action lation within the next ten years. of the Democratic party. Mississippi flood conditions continue We are authorized to announce to menace the people of the Mississippi Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff valley, the water has receded in the up of Garrard county, subject to the ac- per river, but the base of danger is tion of the democratic party. now in Louisana and Mississippi, and We are authorized to announce W. conditions there are appalling. Thou people are homeless, stock L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard sands of drowned and thousands of acres of val county, subject to the action of the uable farming land is inundated. The democratic party. Government is giving every assistance in their power to keep the levees in For Assessor. tact and to render aid to the distressed sparing neither money nor men in their We are authorized to announce Dave efforts. C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the acMiss Clare Barton aged 90 years died tion of the democratic party. at Glen Echo Md. last week and was buried at her old home in Oxford Mass. We are authorized to announce Mr. Miss Barton was the founder of the E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- famous American Red Cross Society, nation of Assessor of Garrard County, known the world over for the splendid subject to the action of the democratic work it has done both upon the battle party. fields of the world, amid scourge'of We, are authorized to announce J. B. disease and famine, and where ever Collier as a candidate for the nomina- there was suffering and distress. Miss tion for assessor of Garrard county, tsar ton s public career began as a subject to the action of the democratic trained nurse during the Civil War. tne rounded tne Ked Uross bociety in Party. ; 1881. The State Board Of Valuations And We are authorized to announce Jack Assessments last week raised the asChinn a candidate for Congress in the sessments on the valuations of the We are authorized to announce or, W. L. Huffman for a candidate for assessFire in Richmond last Friday night of Garrard county subject to the destroyed the plant of the Blanton Congleton Lumber Co., the L & A action of the Democratic party. passenger station, the Fiat Rock Hotel and damaged the plant of the Madison Fer Scbeei StperiBteriaitt. Tobacco warehouse Co, and the Doug We are authorized to announce Miss las Coal Co. The loes was in the Jennie Higgins as a candidate for neighborhood of $50,000. School Superintendant for Garrard county, subject to the action of the uenerai rredencK Dent urant, son of the late General Ulysses S. Grant, Democratic party. and himself Commander of the De partment of the East U. S. A. died For Jailer. suddenly in New York of heart failure We are authorized to announce Jack Adams as a candidate for Jailer of GarJames E. Stone, Clerk of the House rard county, subject to the action of of Representatives is in charge of Speaker Champ Clark's Kentucky head the Democratic party. quarters which were opened at the We are authorized to announce Dave Louisville hotel last Monday. Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Garrard county, subject to the action of There are 2313 daily and 16132 weekly the Democratic party. newspapers published in the Uuited States. Fer Magistrate. Lesson Of An Ocean Disaster; are authorizea to announce John N. White as. a candidate for The above subject is one selected by Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- Dr. Pearce for his services at the rard county, subject to the action of Methodist church on next Sunday the democratic party. night. Dr. Pearce has crossed the ocean four times and will tell those We are authorized to announce who attend some interesting facts WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- which wHU be highly entertaining. istrate in the first district of Garrard Regular services at this Church Sunday County, subject to the action of the morning. democratic party. We. Tne Shelton M. Saufley,) of Stanford, edi. Estes as a candidate for in the first district of Garrard tor of the Interior Journal, and one of county, subject to the action of the the young Democratic leaders in the upper end of the Eighth district, was democratic party.1 in Louisville yesterday on business conWe are authorized to announce nected with the annual midsummer out- Charles C. Becker as a candidate for M of the Kentucky Press Ass6ciation, Magistrate in the second district of , which he was the former secretary. Garrard county, subject to the action While an original Woodrow Wilson "booster," he admitted that he was of the democratic party. about ready to mount the Champ Clark We are authorized to announce Tay- band wagon. He says the Speaker is lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- "going some" in that section. Editor istrate in .the second district of Gar-- Saufley says he is chiefly concerned in ran, county, subject to the action of I a winner more than the personality of I ontr nanAiAot-T.miiairtlla TiVa. the'democratic party. vu.o.i.ti. xuueo, j ..j "H. Mag-strat- e, -- We are authorized to announce That's His Privilege. Ship-to- n .....,. Mrs. Eliza Hoskins Farris, "Aunt Liza" as she was known to everyone, lime. &? passed peacefully to rest at the Lancas Spring is here. Dogwood is in bloom, Thursday. Several every fisherman knows what that ter Hospital on last weeks ago she suffered a stroke of parmeans, "suckers on the riffles". Bass alysis at the home of Mrs. Hallie Dun-la- p Ei and newlights are reported biting, and in this city, where she has been if the seiners can now be induced be- making her home, and while she rallied cause of the stringency of the recently from the disease to some extent, it was enacted fish and game laws to abandon felt by her friends that she couid not his nets, the diciples of Isaac Walton FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. She was removed to the may again be permitted to enjoy with lone survive. Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect Hospital where she remained until some measure of success a days outing her death, the last fleeting hours of her clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. on the banks of Kentucky streams. existence being characterized by that The dynamiter if he hasa mite of sense m Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong '4sp cheerfulness which she had .evinced will refrain from his nefarious, work throughout her long and eventful calight. for thenew law makes it a felony to use reer, and which had drawn to her in dynamite in the streams or ponds of bonds of friendship all with whom Kentucky, and this means that an close she came in intimate contact. Mrs. infringement of that law lays one lia-- 3 Farris was born a few miles north of i to a term in the penetentiary. Bryantsville in this county and was the U daughter of Mr. William Hoskins, her roiTffii Vote Of Kentucky May Be Thrown Out father owning and living upon the farm adjoining that of Richard Robinson, As Result Of The Republican Conwhich farm was known as Camp Dick vention In Louisville. Robinson, and which was a famous recruiting station and the scene of FedContending that there was no legal L Jo? eral activities during the Civil War. convention held in the state, the Miss Hoskins at the outbreak of the Roosevelt element of the Republican war lived with her father on this farm, county of Mercer in the lower House party will take their contention to the and the hardships of the soldiers appeal of the Kentucky Legislature, and has National Committee in Chicago, and in ed strongly to her tender sympathies, also represented his district composed the event of their failure there, will and she proved a veritable angel of of the counties of Anderson, Franklin take it to the floor of the convention, Mercy to them, going through camp, and Mercer in the State Senate and to asking that the vote of Kentucky be regardless of contagious disease or his constituents he gave a good account not counted, because of alleged wholeother obslacles which best her pathway of his stewariseip. Col. Chinn exsale fraud in the recent conventions she ministered to their wants, nursed pects to make an active canvass for Home Phone 33. Office Fhone 18. Lancaster, Ky. held in the state. them in their sickness, bandaged their the nomination in every county in the In six counties including Garrard, the wounds, and sought by every means in district. He has many warm friends contesting Roosevelt delegation were her power to ameliorate their suffering in Garrard county who will be glad of seated. In the counties of Clay, Lauuntil she finally came to be known as the opportunity to giye him their acrel, Owsley and Pulaski, both delegathe "Florence Nightengale" of the tive support, tions were seated with instructions camp, this name having been given that each set of delegates was to cast to her by a young Federal named HorMrs. Baurastark Dead. one half of its county's vote. The folace Maynard who she nursed through a lowing delegates-at-larg- e were chosen siege The Richmond Climax announces the of sickness and by her kindly adW. O. Bradley, James Breathdeath of Mrs. Mary Baumstark which enand itt, Will D. Cochran and J. E. Wood, ministrations join careful nursing re occured in Mt. Sterling on Monday, abled to again his command and Now in use by the Lancaster Fire Department. In colored. Alternates L. Bristow, J. C. new the struggle for his country's the death summons evidently coming Speight, W. J. Seitz, Stafford Campcause. Loyalty to the Union was a suddenly as no previous notice of her good condition, the very thing to haye in a large coun Marshall bell, colored. EIectors:-W- . strong incentive which prompted her illness had been received by her relaBullitt and C. T. Proctor State Cen- action in caring Baumstark was the try home or a small to Call on or write so tenderly for the tives Mrs. Charles tral Committeemen-at-large- mother of Mrs. Ann Singleton, forsick and distressed, but from the kindScholl and Senator Joe Bosworth. L. E. HEREON, Chief of Police, Lancaster, Ky. ness of her heart she would as readily merly of Lancaster, but who now resides in Millersburg. She died at the listened to the pleadings of one who Over 1000 Lives Lost When The "Titanic' wore the gray, had the force of circum- home of her daughter, Mrs. C. K. Oldstances thrown one of them in her ham in Mt. Sterling. Goes Down Off The Coast Of pathway. Hail Storm. Cape Race, 500 Miles Out Make the Easter In 1910 Senator William O. Bradley sought to have Congress recognize and This locality was visited monday To Sea. reward her services by an appropria- afternoon by the most severe hail Deposit The White Star Line Steamship, tion of 1000., but fearing to establish storm seen here in years. The hail of your receipts the "Titanic," the largest and most mag- a dangerous precedent that body declin- was as large as partridge eggs and ed to grant his request; the Senator, lasted for several minutes, it was acnificent sea going craft afloat went starting of an account down in two miles of water 500 miles who had long been a warm friend of companied by a high wind. Luckily at the Garrard Bank &. off the coast of Cape Race Sunday "Aunt Liza", related in detail the it was too early in the seasoa for any Trust Co. Then your night, and the consequent loss of life the many acts of kindness shown by of the crops to be injured by it, and money will be safe from causes to sink into insignificance any her to the distressed soldiers, and ex- we haye heard of no damage by it in loss by thieves, fire or sea disaster in the annals v of history. pressed keen dissppointment, that now this county. In and around Stanford any other cause. Be as The vessel struck a submerged iceberg in her old age and enfeebled condition, windows were broken from dwellings, at 10:25 o'clock Sunday night and two and when her circumstances had become greenhouse wrecked and a silo blown quick as a hare in tak hours later her wireless ceased to work reduced, it was deemed inconsistent to down. ing deposits and slow as a tortoise iu useless spending. not however before the news of her reward her for the many acts of self itt. This time next year you'll have a balance you wouldn't bedistress had been signaled abroad and sacrifico she had committed for those lieve possible. Miss Nora Clark and Mr. John vessels for hundreds of miles around who were incapable of helping themmade man and wife at were rushing under full steam to her selves. Senator Bradley's story appeal Prewitt were aid. The Titanic carried 1320 passen- ed strongly to his colleagues, and forth- the home of Rev. J. W. Mahan at gers and her crew was composed of with several of them volunteered to Marksbury on April 10th, that gentle860 people, of this number different re- subscribe to a fund for her benefit, man performing the ceremony. They ports have come as to how many were promptly taking advantage of the sit- will make their home on Mr. Prewitt's lost, some reports placing the loss as uation the Senator secured checks from farm, formerly the M. F. Rout place near Marksbury. The bride is the high as 1800 souls, the details are meag those who had volunteered as follows Depew, Smith of Michigan, daughter of Mr. William Clark of er, and it will be several days before it We will be definitely known just how many Elkins, Bourne, Oliver, Carter, Briggs, Fayette county and formerly a resident actually perished, as many who escap- Dupont and Guggenheim, and which he of Garrard. For the past three years ed in the life boats may be picked up supplemented by a check for $100. rais- she has been employed at the local that makes the, man telephone exchange, and the patrons. !l by other boats and will be some time in ing in the aggregate $1050. This reporting, but the lowest estimate yet who buys and uses forwarded to the good old will sadly miss her cheerful voice and given in any report is that at least 1000 lady with a letter of explanation and kindly disposition. The groom is a pop ft o it proud of good judg farmer of Marks of those on board perished. her gratitude at receiving it was a ular and bury. The Titanic was outward bound from pathetic spectacle. ment in coming here. Southhampton for New York and had Mrs. Farris was noted for her hospiA Great Country. on board the most notable company of tality and her father's table, at which For our Lumber goes farpersonages who ever started to cross she presided, had for its guests many Mr. John Magee has returned from a S i ther and lasts longer than the Atlantic upon the same vessel. The of the distinguished military men of business trip to San Luis, Colorado, and following persons wese included in her that period, including Gens. Sherman, brought with him some splendid speci four times the poorer, un passenger list and are among the miss- Thomas and Nelson, all of whom de- mens of the products of that great ing: Maj. Archibald Butt, Aide to lighted in the fact that she was their country. Mr. Magee owns a large seasoned kind. The next time you need Lumber of any President Taft, John Jacob Astor, who warm personal friend, and Gen. Andrew farm at that point The land is all irri ft with his bride, formerly Miss Madeline Johnson was so pleased with the hospi- gated, producing wonderful results. He kind from beams to shingles, try ours. We will both gain Force, was returning to New York, tality extended him at the Hoskin's brought home some samples of wheat, by the operation. Benjamine Guggenheim and George D. home that he returned and spent an which makes fifty four bushels to the Widener of the American Smelting Co., entire Summer as their guest. acre, bald barley 'producing ninety-fiv- e Col. Washington Roebling 'builder of After the war Miss Hoskins was 'mar bushels. Also some splendid samples the Brooklyn Bridge, Isador Straus one ried to James Farris, and for a long of alfalfa, and a tall grass known out of the best known and wealthiest mer- time this chirming old couple, "Uncle there as "Blue Grass." Mr. Magee is chants in the world, connected with R. Jimmie""and "Aunt Liza", were resi very enthusiastic, and The Messenger H. Macy & Co. of New York and other dents of Lancaster. No children came is glad to learn that his investment is noted stores, and many more people of to bless this union, and Uncle Jimmie proving very profitable. Danville Mes almdst as great importance, and equal- many years ago preceded her to the senger, ly as well known to the world. Great Beyond, Dr. Johnson HI. The monetary loss while something Aunt Liza with her snow white curls enormous is impossible to estimate, the and peculiar head gear was a familiar Dr. William Johnson, the well known vessel itself was valued at $10,000,000, figure in Lancaster, a quaint reminder colored physician "was stricken with OF LANCASTER. and its insurable value was only one of the days before the war, not a soul appendicitis on last Friday and was half that amount. Besides the personal in Lancaster, adnlt or child, black or rushed to Lexington where he was belongings of the passengers and crew, white, but reverenced her, and all who placed in the Good Samaritan Hospital Capital the value of which was something en- met her on the street had a kfndly for treatment. He was taken to Lexormous, for she numbered among her word for the dear, kindly old soul, who ington in an automobile, standing the A. R. DENNY, President. " list of passengers some of the richest notwithstanding her extreme years, trip well and it is thought that by J. E, STORMES, Vice Pres't. persons, in the world, she carried when and the fact that she had felt the having been rushed, to the hospital S. C. DENNY, Cashier. she left Southhampton 3,433 sacks of heavy hand of adversity, yet always while the disease was in its incipiency r. R. T. Embry, J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. mail the value of which is unknown. saw so much in this life over which she that no serious trouble will result Frantic crowds eager for news of might rejoice and be glad. from it. friends and relatives who were passeng Aunt Eliza was 92 years old the 10th. Dr. Johnson came here several years Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. era on the ill fated vessel, throne the day of this month and until her recent ago, and by his exemplary conduct and offices of the White Lipe Steamship Co. illness some few weeks since was able gentlemanly demeanor has won a host WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. in New York, but they have to content to be upon the streets, though for of friends both among the white and J. E. themselves with what 'meager details many years she has walked with the his own race. He has a splendid pracSamual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, are obtainable, which is at best of a aid of a cane. She is survived "by a tice and everyone is- - hoping for his Stormes, S. C Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. very discouraging nature. number of. relatives, though none of early recovery and return' to his home. J I In this issue of the Record will be found the announcement of Col. Jack Chinn of Mercer county for the Democratic nomination for Congress from this district. A word of introduction from us in behalf of Col. Chinn is hardly necessary, as he is known personally or by reputation to nearly every voter in the county. Always a consistent democrat, he has long been actively engaged in support of the principles of his party; he has served his native I I I & s&. The kind the Law now Requires. We have it. R. E. McRoberts wm$mm& CBi, Son. m0WBmmmmfmWj ft Wire Drawn Tungsten BLBOTRI6 LAMPS. Warn KfS wk. My MA STORIiES DRUG STORE XX(a8 (WHaQSBB 0 ney funeral Director asi Embolmer. sJLe I Chemical Engine vn. Clark-Prew- The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. i Carry Lumber A well-to-d- 1 f IL3 i V N. I i I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. - THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. ,! Book-Keepe- t X k , j. KJ. - " "- . 9 ' - - jzs.i UJhsJr' -- P0 3h-.- V W Away Goes Pimples, Blackheads, Ecezma, INDIGESTION ljTggy JMjBn K7I Jhj Dandruff And Other Skin Affections. Causes Dizziness Nervousness, Biliousness RULES and REGULATIONS v lhis is a of Picture one of the FREE PI- ANOS to be giyen away Sick Headaches and Sleeplessness WHEN ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP" ARE 4 You know that the most of the aiU Governing Candidates for the Grand Prizes offered by USED. The McRoberts Drug Store says, ments named above come from an out that ZEMO and of order stomach. "We are each of the Merchants in connection with ZEMO SOAP used together will rid the ' When your food reaches the stomach it should digest and furnish nutritious skin or scalp of infant or grown person oU PIMPL'ES, BLACKHEAD, EC matter to the blood. If it doesn't digest, but lays heavily The Central Record. ZEMA, DANDRUFF, INSECT BITES any form of itching, irritated, dis- on your stomach, it has started to fer or figuring skin or scalp trouble, that we ment. That irritation causes heartburn dizdo not hesitate to recommend these ziness, nightsweats, nervousness, and clean refined remedies to every person 1. Ballot Box will be opened every Monday at 6 p. M. and the who desires quick relief and a cure other ailments, is guaranteed to end all from any form of aggravated skin or scalp affection. Oftentimes one bottle stomach misery or money back. 50 votes therein counted and the ballot box resealed by a committee of and one cake of soap will cure a minor cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son and two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be druggists everywhere, case of skin trouble. subject to public approval. The result of each week's count shall be ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP produce FAINT LiUK. sure and swift results. 'You will not published every week and the candidate's name and her standing suffer another day after you commence Mrs. Giyens Terrill of Lancaster visto use them. You will feel like "a new to appear. ited Mrs. B. M. Lear last week. MI-O-N- A . in our great Piano Con test. person Miss Lucy Frances has had for .her ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be ob2. All votes are once each month by guest Miss Jennie Parks of Richmond. tained from one leading druggest in every city or town in America and in Jim Rodes has sold his farm of about ager. Any candidate can get the consent of contest Lanraster. By McRoberts Drug Store. 65 acres to Will Noe for $50.00 per acre. time to inspect or count the votes, Mrs. Henry Riddleberger and Mrs. BKYANTSVlliLE Mit Ross spent last Thursday in Laned the contest manmanager at any caster. But you can see the original by calling at the store of I. 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 subscrip tions and renewals to The Central Record. iMwMJjmy Jt MJMY- Miss Levy Dunn is visiting relatives in Lancaster. Mr. J. Hogan Ballard was in Lexington Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Johnson'continues very ill at the home of her daughters. Mr. James Smith, of Missouri, has been the guest of relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Hammack, of Paint Lick, were guests of Dr. Montgomery Sunday. Miss Patty Belle Burke, of Hamilton college, was at home for a short visit Miss Edna Rice of Madison Co been the guest of Mrs. Henry Riddle- - Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the has Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. 3. 4. burger. - recently. Mrs. W. A. Burton, of Buckeye, came over last week to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton. Mr. Logan Ison spent the week-en- d with his daughter, Mrs. A. J. Christo- !U1k- - MR. PROPERTY G M III OWNER-Sto- p! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay he bill? m IITKIgl jwi'i. r v.'mi 9 1 ' S1 dr tiT r5 fx vi G I BJtSu. Stands for everything that is best in paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE W Si ISil A I v& Pv llS3iI lilul?liJ U&il? UU!MAC OWEfcT OKdUa Ji7 AH rxiiiif a nAIRTT j Kinase ? so vreui r rcn GALE BV CONN BROTHERS. ft John White & Co. LOUISVILLE, KY pher, at Somerset. If you want good Seed Corn, Cane, Millet or Cow Peas, call Hudson and Hughes, Phone 26. The people were quite busy last week taking advantage of the pretty weather and getting their gardens planted. Interest seems to be increasing every day in the Piano contest at Becker & Ballard's. The piano has arrived and is quite a handsome one and the contestants are getting busy for sure. Mrs. J. .Hogan Ballard attended the handsome luncheon given by Miss Anna Mason in Nicholasville Saturday. The luncheon was given to announce the engagement of Miss Mason to Robert J. Denny, of Chattanooga Tenn. lKJsfcJi 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Halcomb have MI ftSsSI i returned from their "bridal trip" They visited Cincinnati, Dayton and other places in Ohio. Mr. Halcomb is the efficient Post master here and was married last Wednesday in Nicholasville to Miss Beatrice Stotts, of Jessamine county. They will go to housekeeping in the home recently bought by Mr. Holcomb and their many friends wish them mnch success and happiness. fi the citizens to have better better roads and urged the farmer to raise better crops, and he advocates teaching agriculture in common schools. He wants the boys of Garrard to excel in raising corn given out by the Supt to the corn club, Mr. E. L. Woods and son Rice Woods are raising funds to buy the ground upon which to build the new school building several hundred dollars have already urced schools, been subscribed. Onr neighboring village of Kirksville is to have a consolidated school and So one at Waco, Madison county. Paint Lick does not wish to be behind our neighbors along the line of education, let the good work continue, I think think the citizens will be pleased and the cause of education advanced. CATTARRH GONE Peoples Bank is having some repairs done on the fixtures the result of the limit the number of entries. fire some time ago. 5. Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are obIf you want good Seed Corn, Cane, Millet or Cow Peas, call Hudson and tained from any of the following sources; Coupons appearing Hughes, Phone 26. or card issued by or handbill, dodger, form-lette- r Sandfield and Patrick have sold their on any farm of about 164 acres to Frank Moore coupons given for trade at our store. All others shall be declared void of Whitley county for 90.00 Mesdames A. B. Estridge, E. L. and thrown out by the judges. Woods and Miss Nettie Treadway spent several days in Louisville last week. 6. No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be perMrs. Linda Horton and daughter of contest. Nashville Tenn and Mr. Robert Horton mitted to enter the of Mobile Ala, have been the guest of - 7. All votes must be deposited in the ballot box in the presence Mrs. Rodney Griggs and Mrs. O. L. Hammock. appointed by him. In casting a Prof. J. T. Coats Supt. of rural of the contest manager or some one schools met Miss Jennie Hicrgins of number of votes at the same time they must be neatly tied together or Garrard and Mr. Jno. Noland of Madison with their School Boards and sever- placed in a small envelope. Votes on newspaper subscriptions may al citizens last Saturday for the purpose of consolidating the Psint Lick be cast personally or by mail. Prof. and Lowell school districts. Coats made an excellent address and 8. Any candidate may solicit votes in any District they wish. Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is nomnated farm of 102 acres to Jno. Hibbard for in regular form on one of the coupon ballots. The contest manager re120.00 per acre. serves the right to reject the name of any undesirable candidate and to Mrs. Sallie McCormack has sold her GOOD : FOR : 1,000 : VOTES When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. Good For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered In Piano Contest. I VOTE FOR. WELL DESERVED The Praise That wwa-'D.wsaiL.- Comes From Thankful No More Hawking Established 1U37 lUgS icstnnrkeipricepaid : WOOLg I CCMHISilCN and HIDES. rirr .4lL&'9g3 Cw j&v&fcgi ,'SM v OS5rK- - Sk. Z'Y&'-r&-, irf XiZcm.i fyl and Snuffling When Poultry Lancaster People. You Breathe Hyomei. e) -- V. iCoiimm S. C. W. Leghorns. Stock from Prize Winners at Atlanta, Louisville, Cincinnati and other shows. A few Cockerels left. Eggs priced according ts pen. J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. J? , Eggs For Sale. S. C. Brown Leghorns eggs 75 cents per 15 or $5.00 per 100 can fill incubator order on short notice. Mrs. J. M. Cress, R. F. D. No. 4, Stanford, Ky. Phone 380-Lancaster Exchange G Barred Plymouth Rocks. I have a flock of 100 fine selected Plymouth Rocks, the best of all for eggs and table. The hens were selected for their exquisite shape and color, also laying record as well as for their fine Plymouth Rock points. They are strong and healthy, farm raised, their eggs will bring good chicks. I offer such as I will not need for my own use at 75 cts per setting of 15. Call and see my flock. Louis G. Tinder, Lancaster, Ky. S1 t Registered Jersey Bull Foxy Alex 103717, Have Your cards Made If Season 1912. Fee ?1.0Q. Two miles from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike '. At Once A R. E. HENRY. ' We are better prepared than ever before. GIVE US A CALL. itfwrv-rjTrA?' IK ttfG HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-mOne kidney remedy has known merit. Lancaster people rely upon it. That is guaranteed to end the misery of remedy is Doans Kidney Pills. Lancas- catarrh. Breathe it, destroy the catarrh germs, and soon hawking and ter testimony proves it reliable. W . Pumphrey, Danville St., snuffing will cease. Mrs. J. Breathe it, and crusts will no longer Lancaster, Ky., says: "My experience to form in the nose; mucus will not lodge with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me say that they live up to the claims in the throat; all inflammation will made for them. I suffered a great leave the membrane of the nose and deal from backache and could not sleep throat and your head will feel clear and well. On several occasions my back fine. Breathe it for coughs, colds and sore became so painful and weak that I was unable to attend to my housework. throat; its soothing, healing, antiseptic Being advised to give Doan's Kidney action is better than all the stomach Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a sup- dosing remedies in creation, and there ply at McRobert's Drug Store. They isn't a particle of opium, cocaine or helped me from the first and I was soon other habit forming drug in it. Complete outfit, which includes inrelieved." The above statement was given March haler, $1.00. Extra bottles 'of HYO20, 1908 and when Mrs. Pumphrey was MEI 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & interviewed on February 6, 1912, she Son and druggists everywhere. said: "Doan's Kidney Pills are a great How I Can Help Lancaster? medicine. They promptly relieved me and I gladly confirm what I said some (By Mary E. Owsley.) years ago recommending them." I can help Lancaster in many ways I For sale by all dealers. Price 50 can help little children who are not in cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo, school by giving them my old clothes New York, sole agents for the United and old books and will ask others not to States. tease them but help them And take Remember the name Doan's and them to Sunday school and ask men take no other. who do not go to please go. A little word in kindness spoken, a TEATEHSYILLE. motion or a tear, has often healed the heart thats broken, and made a friend Mrs. Wm. Simpson was in Stanford sincere, then deem it not an idle thing. last week. A nleasant word to speak, the face E. B. Ray and Elbert Calico' were in you wear the thought you bring, a heart may neai or DreaK. Stanford last Monday. I can also help Lancaster by picking Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Calico have up paper all around the park and close been visiting relatives at Marksbury, the gates so dogs can not get in, I can Mesdames Price Hufman and Hender- also ask men not to expectorate on the son was visitors at this place last week streets, I can pick up paper and peelMr. and Mrs, Walker Grow spent ings In other peoples yards who Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie and also help keep the school Grow at Stone. yard in order and tell others not forget If you want good Seed Corn, Cane, white washing, and pull down ugly Millet or Cow Peas, call Hudson a"rid siems and every one make new walks and I will do my part for a new school Hughes, Phone 26. building for we certainly need one and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Simpson, Mr. and willing to help the ladies who Mrs. T. S. Hover spent Sunday with I am try to improve our little town. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Simpson. s We have made arrangements with the Louisville Post, whereby we can give you Even-in- g The Central Record FOR ONE YEAR and the Louisville Evening From NOW Until November the' 10th, BOTH For The Small SUM Of Post 1912. $2 ! This only applies to our patrons who live outside the city of Lancaster, where no Louisville Post agent is Money must be paid CASH in advance. I S B. P. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED X883. 5"i3L " Kicked By A Mad Horse. TOO MUCH LOVE I I e Citizens JNationai .tsanK OP LANCASTER. KY. CAPITAI, $50,000. W. O. Rigney, SUKuo J. ker, W5.ooo. The Central INCORPORATED. Record, KENTUCKY We ten you how, and pay best market M1e TITn o j. ..la.Bi a.tnKll.f . in 1836; and can do BETTER for yotr in?n agents or commission merchants. References any bank In Louisville. Write for weekly price list. M. SABEL & SONS 1 FURS LOUISVILLE, .LANCASTER,, -, - & 33 L Market St, KY. Dealers in fuhs, hides, wool. Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE. AND SPEEDY qurea. you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the above pletely.' Its the greatest healer of troubles, and RHEUMATISM for- .ulcers, burns, boils, eczema, scalds, years, was curea in one ween. io "bruises and piles prove our remedy, while they last, cuts, corns, ' on earth. Thy it. 25c. at R4 E. Mc- -l regular size bottles only 25c at... S tonnes Drug-Sto- re Roberts &Son. Samuel Birch, of Beetown Wis., had a most narrow escape f rem losing his leg, as no doctor could heal the frightful s,ore that developed, but at last Bucklen's Arnica Salve cured it comcold-sore- s, 1-- m W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. J. Prompt Attention. S. Johnson, B.. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S.L.' Gibba Lewis L. Walker, C. A Arnold, Directors ri&i J:. fZi i. TMS, .'. 1 - - . rr9 K E ASON 1912 , k . . .yM"i W eap ; a? 5atJ- r - VJ5K in . MA A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 151 This beautiful Shetland Stallion is 41 inches high, with fine style and action and a perfect model in shape. His record in the show ring, is ten blues hands high, heavy mane and tail and and three reds out of thirteen shows. He will make the season at "Elkin Place" excellent carriage. Hill Squirrel was sired by Chester Spuirrel, he by Chester Dare and to At he Black Squirrel. His dam by Red J OR Insure. O. j & vli? yra m2 r3 s&aa f- -J 4s mj i i t. $10.00 fit-tas- R. L. ELKIN, ANNIE R00NEY 4104 Lancaster, Ky. Squirrel. He will make season of 1912 at my miles on new Danville barn about pike at $10. to Insure Living Colt. PEAVINE 85 Grestland. 3173, Vol. REX PEAVINE 1796 DAISY 2nd, 2229 PEAVINE 85. Diamond Dick. This pony is 4 years old, spotted and a good individual, 18 inches high and a fine saddle pony. He will make the season at ?10.0) to Insure a living colt. Sire, Black Button one of the highest acting ponies in Kentucky. 1st dam White Betsy the finest saddle pony in i I I I il4 urn 1 1 1 JlpitrT mk fa Will make the present season at my stable one mile east of and 6 mile east of Lancaster, Ky., at the very low price of Mc-Crea- ry Will make the season of 1912 at my place, 2J miles east of Paint Lick, on Paint Lick pike. Crestland is a chesnut, coming seven, 1G hands. 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 170G. Dam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam Kentucky. Powell's Drenon; he by Brinker's Drenon 1600. Will serve mares at Also at the same time and place I will stand my fine big Jack, 30.00 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 fee. Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per day. Grain fed, at reasonable rate if desired. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should any occur. Come and see this horse before yon breed. W. Phone C. FITZPATRICK, PAINT LICK, KY. 425 Rings, P. L. Exchange. PRESTON No. 922. Vol 11. Sired by Washington,No 54, by Crom well No 73, by Washington Denmark-N64. 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 to a limited number of mares, at $25 to insure a living colt Also for service o (v&MTlMSMMMMMffp-fa- . . IMMMMBS' BUD HALL. Will make the season of 1912 at my stable, 3J miles from Lancaster, on Lexington pike, at PRESTON JR. $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Bud Hall is 15J hands high, was sired by Hockaday's Rex Peavine. Diamond 1st dam Nell, sired Mark Diamond's dam was by Peavine 2nd dam Mollie, sired by McElroy.etc Season due when colt is foaled or mare is parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible by-Ma- rk should any occur. Also at same time and place I will stand my big Jack, BEECHER MORGAN, at $10. to insure a living colt. R. C. SCHOOLER, Lancaster, Ky. By Preston 922, first dam Mamie Wil son, by Ogdenburg, second dam Katy Maloy, one of the best show mares the state ever produced. Fee $15.00 Pres ton, Jr., is a light bay horse with four white feet to the ankle. Three years old, 15 hands high, a horse of good my also conformation, short back, great shoul a living colt. ders, long neck and good foot and bone, Has been handled very little but has style, action and shows great speed. Black Jack with white points, 8 years He is a black jack with white points, 15 J4 hands, has lots of bone and substance and has a real good head and ear and is bred right, See this horse before you book your old, 15J hands high, fine breeder and mares ana i Know you win iook no being bred by the great John Morgan, who is the champion breeder of this and other counties. His dam was sired by Old Beecher, another great individual. A Jack of fine bone further. champion. He is unquestionably the best bred one in this section of the country. To prove it, he was bred by that good breeder, T. 0. Hill, oom win maKe tne season at my and action. Will stand at $10. to insure of Buckeye, Ky., who has bred some of the best ones to be had. He bred his sire. Also other great ones. This is a rare chance to secure the stable in Crab Orchard, Ky. Will keep a living colt. Will also at same time and place best at the very low price of $8.00. I will treat everyone right and on the square. I will also give a $10.00 premium for the best mulevjft mares on grass at $2.50 per month, but stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. to Yours truly, Phone Lancaster Exchange 364-win not De responsible lor accident or escape of stock. Lien retained on colts insure a living colt. until season is paid. Season is due if All will stand at W. P. Deshon's mares are traded or parted with or farm on the Crab Orchard pike 5 miles from Lancaster, Kentucky. Mares bred to other stock. grazed at $2. per month. Care taken J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky, to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. He is a rich light chestnut in color, about 16 hands, and weighs about 1,200 lbs.,1ias fine mane and tail and lots of bone and substance and Young John Morgan 3705 a great natural style horse. A great show horse both under saddle and Young John Morgan 3705 was sired in harness. He has racked quarby old John Morgan and was out of an imported registered Jennet ters in 40 seconds and stepped as He will make the season of 1912 at fast in harness on both trot and pace. He is bred in the purple, be$10. to Insure Living Colt. ing sired by the great DORSEY Lien retained on all colts for the season money. Care taken to prevent acGOLD DUST, No 12052. He is a cidents but not responsible should any full brother to Estell No. 219, sired occur. by Zilcada Gold Dust No. 4400, he T. RAJNEY. by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he by Justin Morgan, he by Old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he by Diamond Denmark, he by Wash ington Denmark. He has proven himself a champion breeder, having made a heavy stud season in Mercer in 1910, and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, ranging in price from $125. o $150. as weanlings. No breed of saddle horses ranks with this family today. He is considered by all who know him something extra. He breeds so good that everyone has a recomendation for him. His books are filling fast. Visitors are.welcome at any and all times. The people who desire to patronize him will neveF have the opportunity to get in at this price any more, as I will never again stand him as cheap. He should really stand at $25.00, but I want to give the poor a chance, as well as the rich. I retain a lien on all colts until the season money is paid. Mares transferred or bred to other stock forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Mares bred at any time. I will give those who patronize my Horse and Jack the privilige of breeding their cows to my fine POLLED DURHAM BULL and their sows to extra POLAND CHINA BOAR. Everybody invited. Correspondence solicited. I also have this proposition to make you. I will give $25.00 as a premium to the owner of tee best colt, to be shown on the Saturday before the 4th Monday in October 1913 at my farm. Judges will be disinterested parties. I will also at same time buy the best colt at $100. Black Jack with mealy nose, 5 years old, 15 hands high, fine breeder and great individual. A Jack of fine bone At the same time and place I will and action. Will stand at $10. to insure JiSfcMi e to a Live Foe J. r filial Nigger. stand fine Jack Buck Varnon. At the Very Low Price of MORGAN Foal. $8.00 to Insure a Live B. WALZEE, BRADSEA.W, McCreaiy, Ev. Hex Helton, 3404. Will make the season of 1912, General Gibbs MMMMMMMMM W. P. Deshon. Harvey AB.ELL MMr MMMMMMMb mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm 2 Wilkes JiViO, sire of 83, (Ganibetta 19in2:lo,224 record :10J, ( George Wilkes M9. 2:22.by Vermont in2::0;dams dams of 210. Jewell ol'-u"-l- ui ureal orooa mare. lieneral blbbS, j4CGQQ t Honor am. Sire of Red Cliff 2:l8.etc xoaos. MargeriteV..damof Kiplins2:19;i. i Miss Ilaydon. By Mnmbrino Fos- - accepted type of the ter. warn or Upright Wilkes 2:2515 ican saddle horse. ir. z:ius, iraucis urimus I'Solanda . 2SM&, etc. and graudam 01 5. j is a full brother to Kipling 2:19J trial a. s. H. R. 2:10J Francis Griffin 2:22J,Yolanda K,2 Will make the season of 1912 at my year old, record 2:24J and Dr Kinnaird place, two miles west of Hustonville, 2:19i. General Gibbs 45539 will insure on the BVadfordsville pike. living colt at $15.00. Sired by the peerless Highland Den Alexandria Stamp Reg. Clyde, weigh mark 730, he by Black Squirrel 58. 1 st about 1000. He is the only kind of a dam Annie Washington 1358, by Washington 54, he by Cromwell 73; 2nd dam horse for farm mares and mule mares by Vidette. He will stand at $15 to insure. Description Foaled 1907. A beautiful light bay, 16 hands high, lots of Also two Mammoth Black Jacks at $10 and $12. to insure. Above will make weight, with snip face, left front "and both hiud feet white. He is a very the season of 1912 at my place, fine horse, having a long rangy neck, Highland. at my stable at Marksbury, Kentucky, at m. . $20.00 to Insure MADISON PEAVINE, Also a Living Colt. 2889, at $12.00 to Insure. GARRARD PEAVINE, at $10.00 to Insure. 10.00. at same time and placo will stand my fine Jack REID at See me for the pedigree of this stock or see cards. MARK GOINS, Marksbury, Ky. For the season of 1912, 1 offer for public service the Royally Bred and light in the throat latch, high thin Handsome Individual Saddle Stallion, ALL PEAVINE 4092, at my farm wether, good back and tail, a nice clean near McKinney, Ky., at $25.00 to insure a living colt. set of limbs. Best described as the te i m V- - M 53W? - ft i a:ij. Amer- G. H. Ruble, Buena Vista, Ky. 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 individuality, coupled with his popular blood lines, will appeal to intelligent breeders desiring to produce horses of the high- ALL PEAVINE 4092. SIRE, REX PEAVINE 1796. A champion show horse and an unequaled champion sire. From him we have had such champions as Edna May, Golden Glow, Jack Straw. Queen O' the May, Star Peavine and many others past and 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 fownrlrl's wrpntfisthrood mare sire. Peavine. His. daughters have produced such champions as Lou Chief, Cleopatra, The Frenchman, Edna May, Barthenia McCbord, and dozens of others. A mare by feavine is a sure lounuation. SECOND DAM, daughter of Harris Denmark. THIRD DAM, daughter of John Mosely. If you want to breed to a stallion whose produce commands the highest price, breed to All Peavine 4092. The price for which I have sold Peavine colts are as an open book, they baing sold for the high dollar at public auction; along with the colts of other breeds of horses, and I have topped the markat. I will personally care for mares sent me and use every precaution, but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. I will also stand another nice stallion at a lower price, and three fine mule breeding jacks. The Gray jack at $10. to insure living foal, and the two Black jacks at ?8. to insure living foal. Having secured the services of JORDAN PEACOCK of W. L. Grady, you can see him and breed to him at a reasonable fee, at Peavine Farm, near McKinney . A horse that is distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the tt - There were few better rings of colts seen in a ringthis year than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky., by CARROLL PRESTON. He is by Preston 922, by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73, by Washington show ring. SPECIAL EXCURSION est class. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, April 21st. His dam is a as well as Denmark 64; 1st dam Baby Pence 7049, by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam by Almont Forrest. FEE $25.00 TO INSURE. Carroll Preston is nominated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Kentucky. Also in service $1.50 Trip. Round I SPECIAL TRAIN 1 .50 Trip Round a great brood mare, having had two filles by Kentucky's Artist (nothing like the sire Highland Denmark was), to 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 traesaction. Lien retained on colts until season is paid. Mares from a distance grazed on good blue grass at $2.50 per month.-Mareentrusted will receive my personal attention, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. - HIGH CL,OUD horse with white markings 3334, $2u. to Insure Living Colt. by Highland Gay 1149, by Plighland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy Lambert 3359, by Red Cloud 2197. FEE $20.00. High Cloud is a dark bay Stands 16 hands high and is full made Has not had much handling but shows lojs of action and speed. s Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. R S. SCUDDER McKinney, Kentucky, W. M. DODD, HustonviUe, Ky. W. O. WALKER, Stanford, X a ..'. --"-- - r"?-,i .3FrEV2FX2raJE2:3arS-T3-C- 2SJ8Z3SlL&!UFT &w. 'm-i--w H H oigfcrH -- . V - ?Jm -' X ttiS-SW'j.-.i- ! JT- -- a e1 2 VED IS FrPb.t r ... r , ?,'1! I jr M-- 4 ) NEY MAD BANDS TO MATCH. j fe ?, 4 i or by the yard. On that pretty New Embroidery Dress; either Ready-Mad- e See Window Display of 27 and 54 inch flouncings, values .which have been unequalled. here-to-fo- re - "?"--. i;- - , t - - ?Sd ,-- .Ci &K . .. .. .1EA4 j..'.. ' '" Clifef: T3fcTfe n . fl 2 rjjS . -- I w V I BANDS TO MATCH. iTtf q fzrsesi ! E X 1 A HO -- The UpToTHeMinute L,adies Outfitters of Lancaster, Z'Zr&ijZSrT5L&tt'&&s&F ;,ftrKSfiass, a cantile Company 1 rSL&rp fgrQtj V!iArguZZ? wQ CgT- fIttR riCSi-i- l bS s p S Hiassi About People A 3 w 1 11 VI ?j 5 FJSEi .. Pj Hi ii r f '.rgs - Brief Mention of the Codings and Ly Those Wt Arc Interested In. p K Miss Edna Rice has returned home in Richmond. Mrs. Anne Robinson visiting Mrs. Bosley. to her is in Danville I , recuperative stay in Southern climates. g Mrs. Hugh Hemphill of Nicholasville Judge and Mrs. L. L. Walker left is visiting Mr, and Mrs. W. A. Arnold. Tuesday for a stay at Crab Orchard Dr. J. Frank Cheek of Danville Springs. filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian Mesdames Horace Herndon and B. church Sunday. D. Herndon were visitors in Danville Mrs. Henry Riddleburger of Paint Tuesday. Lick was the recent guest of the Misses Lottie May McKoberts and j Misses Francis. Kathleen Walter were in Stanford for cn Mrs. Sallie Lawson and little son a recent visit. . George are in Lexington for a visit to Mrs. A. W. Kavanaugh has been in Mrs. HcibertGully. Plows. Hoosier and Miss Annie Higgins has returned Richmond with her nieces Misses Edna Oliver, John Deere and Syracuse and Naomi Ballou. from a visit to her cousin Miss KathaMrs. Henry Wallace and Miss Eliza John Deere Corn Planters. Clarks double cutting Disc rine Gooch of Stanford. Rucker of Paint Lick were shopping in Mrs. 0 P. Huffman of Stanford has Lancaster Tuesday. Harrows. Single Disc and Smoothing Harrows. been called here by the illness of her Mrs. H. H. Hall of Winchester has brother Mr. Gabe Salter. been the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dr. J. G. Carpenter and daughter J. Parker Greerorv. Miss Josephine of Stanford were visiLittle Miss Sallie Cooke Gregory has tors in Lancaster Saturday. returned from a visit to Her aunt Mrs. Dr. W. E. Barton of Chicago was H. H. Hall in Winchester. the guest of his sister Mrs. George M. jliaaJES5SScSaigci2 Miss Fannie Tinder is spending a Friday and Saturday. P2 Patterson av-- ; a Amr it;-- h week at the home of herfriend Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton were B. C. Rose in Bryantsville. recent visitors in Danville the guests " Mrs. W. A. Price and T. J. are in . of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landram. White City and Fort Pierce Fla. the Mrs. Wm. Bogle has returned to guest of Mrs. R, B. Orrell. her home in New Orleans after a proMrs. R. H. Batson and little daughtracted stay with her parents Mr. and ter Cecil are in Crab Orchard visiting Mrs. W. H. Wherritt. ! Mr. and Mrs. Chris Farris. Mr. John Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cherry. Miss Sue Shelby Mason left this Engleman and daughter of Stanford week Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. fora visit to her sister Mrs. Wm. were here Friday for the funeral of Fox Logan at Wilkes-barr- e Penn. Mrs. Eliza Hoskins Farris. Misses Jean and Jessie McKecknie Mrs. E. E. Daniel was in Lexington are in Waynesburg visiting relatives Co last week to consult Dr. Smith the eye having been called there by the death specialist and to visit her daughter of an uncle. Miss Cora Perkins at Hamilton College. Mrs. Margaret Lane of Lower --3 Mr. James N Denny and daughter, is visiting her brother Mr. T. L. B Miss Katie Lee attended Presbytery in Broaddus, who is improving after a rlarrodsbugh last week o of Mr. Denny's sister and were guests protracted illness. Mrs. Margaret H 3 Pearson. WOMEN'S HAIR We make a specialty of your needs and W Mrs. Dobbins, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Easy To Make It Soft Luxuriant And Rawrite a policy especially adapted for your Jarding and daughter Miss Margaret diant. o and Mrs. Hutchins of, Danville were property. It will pay you to investigate our here Friday for the funeral of Mrs. Many women have hair so dull and Eliza Farris. special policy. faded that it is actually repulsive. These women have probably never Elder H. L. Crossfield of Transylheard of PARISIAN SAGE the invigvania University Lexington filled the I( pulpit at the Christian church Sunday orating hair dressing that is being used morning preaching a most interesting by thousands of refined women through R. G. Woods. PAINT LICK, KY. Garnett Kemper. discourse on "The call to the ministry." out America. If your hair is falling or thin or faded Miss Stella Lewis a missionary from or lifeless; if you have dandruff or itchInsurance. Tornado Hail. Fire. Japan will be the guest next week of ing scalp; if your hair is not as fascinschoolmate, Mrs. Ross W. Bastin. go as Aetna, National Of Hartford. her Lewis is a gifted Kentuckian who ating E. you would like to have it,very Miss McRoberts & Son this to R. is making a final visit before resuming day, ask for a fifty cent bottle of PAR. her work in Japan. jp-HMIISIAN SAGE and start at once to make BJfH- -MnaMMJUHifprsi-rlJfaJi your hair perfect and even glorious. Salem S. Wallace formerly of this PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed to county now a prominent banker of H give satisfaction, or money back Girl Lexington will be married on April with Auburn hair on every carton. For s 24th Miss Lillian Lee Jefferson, daugh1 R. E. McRoberts & Son and W ter of Mrs. Thomas Clay Jefferson. sale by everywhere. druggists 1 I The muptials will occur at the Baptist Ph S n Miss Ella Thompson of Danville the guest of Miss Ilallie Brown. Miss Sallie Elkin is is at home after a Ji See W. J. Romans fine buggies and J. P. Long is a patient at the Crab driveing wagons they are beauties, and Orchard Sanitorium. very low. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Goodloe were prices yisitors in Lexington, Wednesday. Klenzona. For cleaning gloves silks, Mr. John Ray has returned to Iowa woolen goods without injury to color k or fabric. Miss Rella Arnold. after a visit with Garrard relatives. Mrs. S. T. Ashley of Stanford is Fisherman's Luck. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Morris Ashley. Harry Anderson the furniture man W. A. Arnold and daughter Miss came in to town on Monday afternoon Rella wercvisitors in Danville Monday. with a black bass which weighed 5 C. D. Powell left Tuesday morning pounds 10 ounces; and which he had for a visit to his son Robert in Oregon. caught, where he refused to tell, but Mrs. J. B. Paxton of Stanford is the the fishermen of the town, good, bad guest of her mother Mrs. A. C. Robin- and indifferent, have been out in force Pf?553 ' since fishing every stream and pond in son. One the vicinity with a hope of duplicating Miss Sadie Anderson is at home from the catch. a visit to Mrs. H. M. Ballou of StanMakes 12 ford. Saved His Mother's Lite. rf w fasgiBi) 4 iffiop .PH LiJ Residence Phone down the throat of a "gapey" chicken destroys the worms and saves the chicle's life A few drops in the drinking water CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, ronp. choier.i and other chick iliscaics. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Ollice Phone 31. 50c Bottle o BourbonPoultryCiire Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, SPECIFICATION A. The Fence with the Heavy Stays ti us "Four doctors had given me up," writes Mrs. Laura Gaines, of Avoca, La., "and my children and all my friends were looking for me to die, when my son ins'sted that I use Electric Bitters. I did so, and they have done me a world of good. I will always praise them." Electric Bitters is a priceless blessing to women troubled dizzy spells, backwith fainting-anache, headache, weakness, debility, constipation or kidney disorders. Use them and gain new health, strength and vigor. They're guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. d 1-- m thU medicine on hand. Write for free sample and Rocklct on "Diseases of Fowls." Address. Lexington. X7. LANCASTER. KY. Sold by HASELDON BROS. IE ieoiric 2 Succeed when everything else HUs. CASTOR I A TI11 Tor Infants and Children. Kind You Have Always Bought In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testis ed. Bears the Signaturo of zsyffigggi! it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE J. I R. MOUNT, SON Notice Clean Up. UJ By order of the city council all parties are directed to clean up all filth and weeds on their premises and on the streets and alleys adjoining their of i INS URAW CE Office at National Bank. property. TUESDAY, APRIL 23rd, 1912. is set apart as cleaning up day rnd the city will haul off all garbage, etc., placed in front of premises in garbage cans, barrels or boxes on said date. All persons failing to comply with this order will be prosecuted by war- rant in Police Court. L. E. HERRON, MARSHAL. N BSAZLEY & COL.LIER B Q Q Great bargains on buggy harness at W. J. Romans. They Interlock and overlap each other in such, a way that the 9 m hardest driving raia or snow cannot s:tt under them. Tbey'rs a!ao Won't pulsate or rcttlc in will 1 lact as long is the building, and never need repairs. 1 wind-storm- s. Cre-proo- r, For Sale. One Concrete Block Ma- Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Ga"r-ra- rd Attention Farmers. chine, porch outfit, fence post moulds, etc absolutely new. Will sell cheap if sold at once. Moores A. Rucker, Lexington, Ky. Evidently a Diplomat A courtier taking leave of Louis XIV., who was sending him as an ambassador to a foreign court, was told by the king: "My most Important Instruction for you is to pursue a policy entirely different from that of your predecessor." "Sire," said the diplomatist, "I will endeavor to do so, that your majesty may not repeat the advice to my successor." A Genuine Hair Restorer. Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair? There are many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it is probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their Care of Fayette National Bank. manufacturers. Hair Restorers which are nothing more than Thee are many harmful chemical dyes, which do not grow any hair, the only result being that they dyed the hair, having no permanency and often causing a streaky appearso-call- ance. o KEMPER C& WOODS, HARTFORD, Facts. Face Retenoid. L. adies Delight. A. Freckle Remover. B leaches the Skin. A labasterlike Effect. mooth, velvety skin. onic for Face Muscles. T R. ejuvenates Your Youth. O f Great Beautifying Power. L, ovelier Facial Appearance. A (HiIlRlMfLl ifin i nil If r LL r is N i i vw I ( S II iiii L I L i 1 church. It has been the aim of the chemists for years to discover a preparation which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, they have met with no success. Prof. Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless vegetable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer and will grow hair and does not contain any dye of any kind, but will postively restore the natural color and brilliatcy to gray and faded hair. This is a very strong statement to make and if any chemist without the recognized ability and national reputation of Prof. Rembler were to make this claim we would be inclined to be skeptical as to its truth. It will be remembered by readers that are familiar with scientific discoveries that Prof. Rembler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding glass and also the Rembler wireless Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler is entitled to consideration as he would not make any statements which were not- true and would injure his established reputation. The Siloron Mfg, Co. of Pueblo, Colo, have purchased the exclusive American rights to manufacture Sagine, as they have named Prof Rembler's invention, after having made a six month's test of Sagine and thoroughly demonstrating that it would postively du the work. The Siloron Mfg. Co. have authorized us to make the following remarkable offer to all who need a "Gen- but-heretofo- , i E3, "- It is easy for the housewife when she - . makes bread from the products of the & The Woman's Club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Theodore Curry as Twill sell at public auction to to the In the last two months we sold 1,852 leader. The subject for discussion was highest bidder at 9 o'clock a. m., packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because "Scarlet Letter", several members it is the most perfect production of its SATURDAY, APRIL 20th, making interesting little, addresses on Hyattsville kind on the market, universally indors2 miles from the various characters in Hawthorne's at my place on the Henry Hurt lane, the following ed by users. Removes Freckles, Suntragic New England Story. The following announcement will be of interest to readers of the Record; Dr. J. M. Frazee and Mrs. Frazee of Maysville announce the engagement- - of their daughter Frances Lusk to Mr. Henry Lloyd, of Lexington. The marriage will occur the last of May, and the young couple will leave for a bridal is a memtrip abroad. The bride-eleber of- the Hamilton College faculty and Mr. Lloyd is professor of Mathe ct Public Sale! :- Alabastrol Garrard Milling Co. I (s -- Lancaster, Kentucky. - property 43 head of cattle; 2 milk cows; 3 work mares; 1 saddle horse; 1 family horse; 2 five year old mare mules; 1 two year old Jack; 2 yearling colts; 1 two year old colt; 1 Jennett; 1 five year old Jack, 1 five vear old stallion, by Chester Duel; eight 125 pound shoats; 32 sows and pigs; 1 buggy, 2 wagons and various other articles. Terms made known on day of sale. r BMlllilljl yg MjMjMmMmrnmMfMn Slii matics at Transylvania University. J. C. GASTINEAU, R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Kentucky. i burn, Tan, etc. Allays chafed skin and is the Ideal Combination Cream and powdes. None give that soothing, cooling feeling as Alabastrol and whose use is so much appreciated. . It acts on the face not unlike a refreshing, cool- ing Spring Morning. We guarantee it to be satisfactory in every respect. Mailed to your home in generous size packages and in plain- wrapper for 50 Cents Silver. No Samples. The Siloeon Mf'g Co., - Pueblo, Colorado uine Hair Restorer." They will send a written agreement with every bottle of Sagine, to the effect that if one bottle of Sagine conscientiously used according to the directions does not give entire satisfaction to the purchaser; if Sagine does not actually grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, remove dandruff and make the hair healthy and glossy, that they" will pay the sum of $5 to purchaser. This is the strongest offer ever made by any manufacturer and one they could not possible make if they did not know positively from experiment that it would do exactly what they claim for it. No one takes any chance in buying Sagine as it is certainly worth $1 to use a Genuine Hair Restorer that will grow hair, and if it does not give satisfaction they will pay you the $5 as agreed. Send a $1 bill to The Siloron Mfg. Co. Pueblo, Colo., stating that you wish to purchase a bottle of Sagine with the written agreement to grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair or pay you the sum of 0 and it will be sent to you by express in plain wrapper. The Siloron Mfg. Co. is incorporated under the Laws of the State of Col orado and refer you to the mercantile agencies or any Pueblo banks as to theicT ability to fulfill any agreement they make. THE SILORON MF'G CO.,lPueblo, Colo. d -.1 L. M.J- - - ,tv i New Phones. 337-- H t O060Cfr0O0000000fr90frt') . MEET Me In iv ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! Arnold, Henry Store. Office Res. Res. &000000?OCM3COCC0 6 Burnett & Elliott Burnside, Robt 392-Burton, R. I. 310-- A H I 161 357-- Q 378-- J Conn Bros. Cotton, C. S. Hardware. Res. Res. Res. 220 174-- B Center, Walter, Elliott, Dr. W. M. Fox, J. C. Dr. R. L Pontius, Farmer's Union 393-Gosney, N. J. 5 Hurt & Anderson. 165 Hurt F. G. 199 G Res. Store. Re3. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- -- Kentucky Lancaster, OfHIce Furniture. Res. 387-- A 387-- K Monday, April 22nd, County Court Day. Scratch and rub rub and scratch until you feel as If you could almost tear the burning skin from your body until it seems as if you could no longer endure these endless days of awful torture those terrible nights-o- f sleepless agony. Then a few drops of D. D. D., tho famous Eczema Specific and. Oh! what relief! The Itch gone instantly! Comfort and rest at last! D. D. D. is a simple external wash Inflamed that cleanses and heals therecognized skin as nothing else can. A specific for .Eczema. Psoriasis. Salt Rheum or any other skin trouble. We can give you a full sizo hpttle of the genuine D. D. D. remedy for $1.00 and if" the very first bottle fails to give relief It will not cost you a cent. "We also can give you a sample bottle for 25 cents. "Why suffer another day when you can get D. D. D.? 239 186 69 21 323 339-- Q Kurtz H. M. Locker B. Long J. P. Lan. Tobocco Ware House. Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. Logan H. T. Moore Henry Res. Res. Res. 0frooq fro mooo e . Res. Res. Cut Flowers Mahan J. Q. 363-- S Mahan J. W. 374-- S Morgan G. A. 385-McMillan Lige 392-Montgomery Dr. 202 Perkins E. W. 363-Pope & Vaughn. B U G Res. Res. ? Res. Res. Office. of QUALITY. Ware McRoberts. 400-- U 384-- A 383-- U 354-- B 329-- M Pierce Joe. Rankin T. C. Rankin James Rainey J. T. Ray Mrs. Eliza Rose G. C. Rose Dr. B. C. Riley J. L. Robinson Mrs. J. C. Ross & Whitlock. Schooler Roy. Res. Res. Store. Res. Where Where Res. Res. R E. McRoberts & Son Res. Res. ARE YOU GOING? I am going to the Three Chair Shop to get my Face and Head Changed where you don't have te wait a minute. Richmond Street. 164 379-- H c See W. J. Romans for your house Mt. Hebron paints and oils. I I can sell you the best BUGGY you ever bought. buying direct from the Manufacturer; remember headquarters. Carriage and Automobile painting pairing. Ford Automobiles carried in stock. We portion of your trade. You are 93 85 50 400-- H - Res. Res. HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. Mrs. A. S. Dean is visiting in Lex- 213 385-- H 338-- Q ington. Misses Vergie Sherrow and Lavina Montgomery continues quite sick. Mrs. Dennie Scott who has been sick for two weeks is able to be out. Misses Inez and Sallie Hamm spent Sunday with Mis Ollie V. Crawford. Mrs. Emma Bowling is spending the week with home folks in Jackson. Co. Mr. Elverton Lemay bought of Mr. Ben King of Boyle a work horse for 50. 192 86 41 38 397 360 Turner & Carpenter. Turner Joe Walker Kemp. Walker Alex. Walker & Herndon. Wherritt W. H. Zanone Miss Margaret. Bishop Miss Fannie, Dr. R. L. Pontius. Incorporated. Res. Meats. Res. Store. Res. Res. W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Res. Residence Phone 220. Livery. Office Phone 6. Res. Res. Res. Veterinay. J. W. SWEENEY FEED and SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. Bastin Telephone Company LIVERY, we aire and resolicit a M. 108 to 1 ARNOLD, DANVILLE, Kentucky. niaJliailiS.HiaiBffiiBTa BjafHiaiBiB.iBig.ranaBnaBia. BLUE-GRAS- 18 Second Street. Ask Us For Prices - ON - Miss Bettie Jennings of Jessamine Co., is with her sister Mrs. Isaac Montgomery. If you want good Seed Corn, Cane, Millet or Cow Peas, call Hudson-- - and Hughes. Phone 26. Mr. H. R. Montgomery had a nice jersey calf to get into a creek and drown last Tuesday night. The Sunday School at this place is progressing nicely, it is increasing both in attendance and Interest. Little Lucy Grow fell from a tricycle Saturday and sprained her arm which is giving her much pain. Mr. Tom Hicks and wife, Mr. H. R. Montgomery wife and children attended preaching at Scott's Fork Sunday. B. F. the little son of Mr. and Mrs Isaac Montgomery fell from the porch Tuesday and broke the tibia of his left limb. A letter was received here recently by friends of Mrs. Kate Young (who was Mrs. Kate Anderson.) She went from here to California about five years ago. She boasts of having the opportunity of voting in the presidential" election this fall. Midnight In The Ozarks. S 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, CREAMER! H. V. and yet sleepless Hiram Scranton, of Clay City, 111., coughed. He was in the mountains on the advice of five doctors, who said he had consumption, but found no help in the climate, and started home. Hearing of Dr. King's New Discovery, he began "to use it. "I believe it saved my life," he writes "for it made a new man of me, so that I can now do good "work again." For all lung diseases, coughs, la grippe, asthma, croup, whooping cough, hay fever, hemorrhages, hoarseness or quin syits the best known remedy. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m Plaintiff Against William Meritt and others Defendants Pursuant to the judgment rendered herein at the March term 1912 the undersigned Commissioner will sell at court house Sublic auction before the Lancaster, Kentucky at eleven o'clock or there about on MONDAY APRIL 22nd 1912, it being the first day of Garrard County Court term, the following property which is described in the pleadings and is thus described: One house and lot situated in Lowell, Garrard county Kentucky and bounded on the east by M. K. Ross, on the north by right of way of the L. & N. R. R. Co., on the west by Dan Goodloe and on the south by Granville Lackey property and containing about four acres, more or less. This is the same property that was conveyed by William Merritt to Henry Merritt by deed dated J anuary 7th 1887 and recorded in the Garrard County Clerks office in Deed Book 7 page 5:6 and inherited by William Merritt and &c from Henry Meritt deceased. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy a debt of Marion Mitchell against the defendants, William Merritt and Harrison Merritt amounting, debt and interest, to date of sale two hundred dollars, (203.08) and and three the estimated cost, ?94.45 for the court proceedings, for which judgment has been rendered in the above styled Marion Mitchell (8-10- 0) Commissioner' s LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Sale of Land. Garrard Circuit Court. B. JB Walter. Office Hoars Office over 8a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store DENTIST. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. fl. J. t Lancaster, Office over F. G. TINSLEY, PHONE X&-- J. County Surveyor. Hurt's fnrnlture store. r Kentucky bHBB s525s?'m") U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6. action. TERMS:-Sa- id sale will be made on a credit of six months and the pur chaser will be required to give bond with approved surety bearing interest at 6 per cent per annum from date of sale, with a lien retained upon the property sold to secure the payment of the purchase money,- - and said bond to have the force and efiect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. All Work Guaranteed. Kentucky. Paint Lick, f. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit W. H. BROWN Bastin, Prop. :gflraMi?3M,;railrrgIiTID Seems Queer Cure for Asthma. Strange as It may seem, some medical men have recently taken to recommending the smoky parts of Sheffield, England, for sufferers from J. E. Robinson Attorney. Court. M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. April 3rd 1912. asthma. Commis sioners, Sale of Land. J. E. Robinson, J. D. Nave Plaintiff. Will Practice in all State Courts and VS. 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 auction, before the court Sublic Lancaster, Kentucky, house TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabout on MONDAY, APRIL 22nd. 1912, it being the first day of the Garrard county court term, the real estate men tion in the pleadings and described as lMpIWfgJiJli:gll?MrIli Garrard Circuit Court. LAWYER aid COUNTY AITOBNEY. W. J. Romans OMM000 FARMER'S COLUMN tetMOooeoooO' it! s tjpace below this heading Is for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines', and will be only in to Issues of the Becobd, free of charge sticks for sale. J. S. Johnson Sr. has 2500 tobacco Bnd brood For Sale: Work stock mares. J. A. FOR Conn, Jr. Sale: Cow and young calf. G. A. Swinebroad. ducks For Sale 3 pair Indian Runner Will sell at ?2.00 per pair. Seed Mrs Raymond Cates, Lowell, Ey. Cwi Fer Sale. Boone county white seed corn . and Irish pstatoes for sale. B. F. Robinson. .Phone S63-B dated Jan, 1st 1895. Said property will be sold on a credit of six months;-an- d the purchaser will be required to execute bond with ap- roved security for the purchase price, E aving the force aud effect of a re-- S levin bond payable to W. H. Brown I. the C, Garrard Circuit Court. rateC.ofG. C.per bearing interest atuntil six cent from date John Walker; Guardian, Alberta paid and a lien reserved upon the propMitchell, Plaintiff. erty until the purchase money is all paid. Against. For Sale: -- Good family horse about W. H. BROWN. Susie Mitchell, & Alberta Mitchell De12 years old, gentle. T. W. Conn. Master Commississioner Garrard Circuit fendants, Pure brown leghron eggs for sale 50 Persuant to a judgment rendered Court cents for 15. Phone 400-H. O. Kauffman Atty, March 30th, herein at the March term, 1912. The R. C. Schooler, Lancaster, Ky. undersigned commissioner will sell at 1912. auction, before the court Sublic in Lancaster, Kentucky house at 11 Farmers Union. o'clock A. M. or thereabout on The Farmers Union wlil have a meet MONDAY, APRIL 22nd, 1912. ing at the court house in Lancaster, at Very Serious being the first day of the Garrard 10 A. M.'on Monday county court day. J it Couny Court estate It is a very serious matter to ask All members are requested to be pres- mentioned in Term, the realand dethe pleadings for one medicine and have the ent. scribed as follows, to wit;-I- n Garrard wrong one given you. For this County, Kentucky, in the town of Paint A reason we urge you in buying to Lick, on the Richmond and Lancaster two pretty girls kiss each turnpike road, and is bounded as folbe careful to get the genuine other it is a sign that there is some- lows thing wrong with the system of conBeginning at a stone near the pike serving our natural resources. and corner to New Hope parsonage;-thenc- e BLAck-DraugH- T in line to same N 19J E II. 7 poles to a stake on parsonage line, Never Oit Of Work. Liver Medicine corner to I. C. Rucker;-thencehline The busiest little things ever made S 51 E 7.59 poles, corner to same;-thenc- e The reputation of this old, relia with pike N 83 W. 8.4 poles to are Dr. King's New Life Pills. Every ble medicine, for constipation, inpill is augar-coate- d globule of health, the beginning, containing one acre, digestion and liver trouble, is firm-l- y three roods and seventeen poles, more established. It does not imitate that changes weakness into strength, or less. . other medicines. It is better than languor into energy, brain-fa- g into This land was inherited e parties others, or it would not be the'fa- mental power; curing Constipation, herein from Charlie Mitchell de'cd which vorite liver powder, with a larger property . was conveyed to Charlie wue wan au otners combined. Headache, Chills. Dyspepsia, Malaria. Mitchell by deed from J. G. Galloway SOU) IN TOWN Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. F2 Recorded in the Garrard County clerks office in Deed Book 13, page 10 and J Commissioner' s Sale of Land. Pf Indigestion causes heartburn, nausea, impure blood, and more trouble than many different kinds of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it forms are absorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try i1 stomach, nervousness, sour Lancaster one-ha- lf H. Thedford's Black-Draug- ht Sign-Whenev- er -- :- the old, reliable, vegetable liver pdwder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. uooawater, mo., says: sunerea locyears trom dvsDeo- sia and heartburn. Thedford's in small doses. cured my heartburn in a few days, ana now 1 can eat without Black-Draueht. Mrs. Riley Laramore, is by-th- distress." Try it Being in Garrard county, Kentucky, being the same land that was sold and conveyed to Tyree Pointer by G. P. Terrill by deed dated day 19 and said land bounded of on the north and the west by the county road; on the south by Clell Lackey; 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 this pale is to satisfy a debt of the plaintiff J. D. Nave against the defendant Tyree Pointer, debt and interest amounting to date of sale to ($52.62) fifty two dollars and sixty two cents, and the estimated cost amounting to ($61.45) sixty one dollars and forty five cents, for which judgement has been rendered in the above styled action. TERMS The sale will be made- - on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute tond with approved secuiity for the purchase price, having the force and effect of a replevin bono payable to W. H. Brown M. C. G. C C. bearing interest at the percent per annum from rate x date until paid and a lien ia reserved upon the property until all the purof-si- follows, to-wi- t:- Dry Cleaning Co We have moved to East Water street one and block East of Lexington avenue. All orders called for and Phone 340. delivered. h. ltf. Faulkner, fllgr. Fruit and Shade Trees . Strawberry Plants, GrapeVines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, and Phlox. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you . Write for free Catalogue. No Agta. c Insist on Thedford's chase money is paid. Court. W. H. BROWN. Master Commissinor Garrard Circuit H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons,, Itexington, Kentucky. 1-- m Jno. Sam Owsley, Atty. Y t Vt f ?t- - t.-V-- ""- - I lV w -- r .. v- -r y