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LANCASTER, KY.f FRIDAY, MAY 10, 1912. NUMBER 5. I j. nits, im INTO HIGH PRICES The Greatest Sale ever pulled off in Lancaster, now on in fulljDlast at H. T. LOGAN'S. Our store has been crowded ever since our sale opened. Our competitors walk, look and wonder how we can sell Clothing, Shoes, Hats, and Furnishing Goods at Such Low Prices. Don't wait, come at once and buy your Spring and Summer outfit while you can find your sizes. In our Ladies Department, we are showing the very newest things in r . at greatly reduced prices. Don't say that you are to busy to come. We know that on account of the backward season that the farmers are behind in their work. All we ask of you is a few hours of your time and if you have a family to fit out, we will save you ten times one days work. Terms Strictly Cash. Dree S and Costumes, Linen Duster, Raincoats, Ladies Underwear, &o V & I i if i 1 m 1 1 0 ANCA re-n- KY MiMrlllJiM!iiliiailiE EiTl i - i&i&mM0mm0i m0mMm0X5LxW b, I "St bh SSH JwS f"5fe I Lime OP Sulpher a B I and The kind the Law now have it. ' Requires.-W- e i I M ;iBi:iig?) MmsM!: 33&3&!g33 R E. McRoberts C& Son. r. r "1 it will pay you to get our prices on Bl3 W1AS , Wagons, o Owing to the fact that 1 am NECK AND NECK. person stocking my pond with fish Bring In The Books. will be allowed to fish from this date Are The Leaders In The Contest Running. All persons having book from the May 9th W. Burnett. The Race Settling Down To circulating library are requested to reOne Of Endurance. Clark Meeting. turn them at once to Miss Rella Ar nold s millinery storeas it is uesiredj All the Champ Clark democrats of GarThe great contest being conducted to return them at once to headquarters rard county are requested to meet in by the Record in conjunction with the and secure a fresh supply. Lancaster at the police court room on Becker-Ballar- d Co. of Bryantsville Saturday afternoon, May 11th. at 2 and R. S. Brown of Lancaster is asMiller Beasley. o'clock. suming a business like appearance. Miss Nannie Miller of Hedgeville and Louis Was There. The leaders are close together and Mr. Grimes Beasley of Stanford were Editor Louis Landram of the Dan working with all their might, and only married in Danville last Thursday. a few scant votes seperating them; The bride is a daughter of Mr. and ville Messenger, with whom we have not only this but there are others far boyMr3. Sam Miller of Hedgeville and a an accuaintance dating from our down the column who may become niece of Mr. John W. Miller of this hood days, and whose every weakness dangerous at anytime, and those who M place and the groom is a popular livery- we know, now has just reason to crow are in the lead at this time are thorover us; he has had the first circus of man of Stanford. M the season. They had a "big circus" oughly cognizant of this fact and are Roads Being Worked. over in Danville last Satnrday, and we leaving no stone unturned in their effort to hold the position which they The county road machinery is en- will wager Louis was there reveling in all the joys of the red lemonade, big now occupy. Interest in the contest js gaged in rehabilitating the "old Danconstantly on the increase and many ville pike and is making good headway. sticks of candy and the elephant. new friends are being enlisted by the The county contemplates doing as Increase In Meat Prices. various contestants, and are working much work as possible on the turnSup't. Michael Ryan of the Cincin- in their behalf. pikes of the county during the coming At Crab Orchard Mr. L. L. Sanders summer, and their improved method of nati Abattoir Co. predicts a raise of is working up considerable enthusiam doing the work places the thorough- from 15 to 25 per cent in the price of and the contest which he is conducting fresh meats over the prevailing prices bids fair to outrival Lancaster in enfares infirst class condition. of last summer. With the scarcity and thusiasm. Following is the standing Lebanon Goes Wet. accompanying high prices of feed stuff, of the various contestants at the last official count: The local option election in Lebanon we are not surprised at this, but we LANCASTER DISTRICT. on last Thursday resulted in a victory are equally sure that some of us poor Mae Powell 165,148 for tha "wets" by forty three votes, folks are going to be forced to a vege- Mary Eliza Holtzclow 163,447 and a contest is contemplated. The tarian diet. However, there is a con- Kate Ham 103,352 fight was a hotly contested one, both solation in the fact that the cattle Katie Mae Dickerson, 83,315 sides beinir confident of winning. The raisers are benefitting by the raise in Alline Thomas 55,897 wets carried Lebanon three years ago prices, a bunch of fat steers last week Nellie O'Hearn 43,660 by thirteen votes, but their hoodoo brought $8.25 cents in the Cincinnati Jennie Cox. 38,647 majority was knocked out by the market. 21.63S Ora Prather courts. Boarders wanted. J. P. Prather. flfrifrilMfaflfrllJpJi .. !e Best ' J Can Buy Good and Guaranteed Is Up-To-Date Easy Riding and Slick Running. So you will have to see Better Take The last legislature passed a law A Cup With You. pro- e Di-- -- n;A row; '? I m hibiting the use of general drinking cups in public places, People trav. eling on railroad trains will be compelled to carry their own drinking cups, as the railroad people will have plenty of ice water but they are prohibited by law from poviding a general drinking cup. The next time you travel, don't forget your cup. Cloud Burst. The northeastern part of the county from Hackley to Lowell and down in the Nina section was visited by a severe cloud burst which was accompanied by considerable hail on last Friday afternoon. Considerable damage was done, tobacco "beds were completely obliterated and fences and water gates washed away. Ploughed land suffered considerably from being washed. Titanic Pictures. CORN Land Rollers, Cultivators and all kinds of Imple- -' ments too numerous to mention. Our Motto Is To Live and Let Live. Those who have visited the moving picture shows of the Titantic disaster i V Our New Hardware Store is in the old Mason Hotel building. r I'll CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Kyv tm&&&& with the expectation of 'seeing a reproduction of the sinking of that vessel, are being sadly disappointed. About as well expect a presentation in panorama of the end of the world as the sinking of that vessel, for had they forseen its end, how many camera jiends would have been on hand to take snapshots? The presentation here was as good as there will be found any where, and was all one could expect of rapidly with the democrats of Garrard that terrible disaster. county when it is known that the Clark Bowen Givens Announces For Sheriff Of family here is one of the largest and Lincoln County. most influential families in the county. Mr. Bowen W. Givens has announced They are all democrats to the core and his candidacy for the nomination for active every election in seeing that the sheriff of Lincoln county, subject to democratic nominees are victorious at the action of the Democratic primary the polls. There has never teen any in August 1913. Mr. Givens is well one of them a candidate for office. known and very popular in Garrard They are very proud of the .record made and has any number of friends here by one of their name in Congress. The who would be delighted were they able fact that the Speaker was born and to render him assistance. He is1 one of reared so near this county" and in this the very cleverest men who visits Lan- State, makes them all very enthusiascaster, an indefatigable worker in the tic supporters of the Champ" Clark cause of democracy, and the good peo- cause, and they will be on hand to"a ple of Lincoln will surely make no mis- man Saturday, May 27h. at one o'clock take if they, eee proper, to give him the. .to be counted in the Clark column when nomination. . 21,380 Gracie Mae Cochran 19,279 Anderson The examinations for Common School Sallie 13,025 Diplomas will be held at the office of Beulah Mae Beazley uuue roucner iy,ziu the County Superinteadent today an(j ' 13,315 tomorrow, Friday and Saturday, tjje Mamie Stormes Dunn 11,950 IMrs. Phil Thompson 10th and 11th. These diplomas re u ,oju ceived at this examination will entitle Wnt-r) AHCZ T .1i;r. .. Uf"UU XJlillClll UabCO the pupil to enter the High School at the expense of the county. BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. The examination for white teachers Osa Coulter 114,650 will be held at the same place on Fri- Rella Ruble 49,550 day and Saturday, May 17th and 18th, Mary Belle Halcomb 49,100 and for colored teachers on the follow- Flora Ruble 47,850 ing Friday and Saturday, May 24th and Mary Ellen Farley 43,950 25th. 36,450 Lucy Campbell 33,000 UlossaMayTeater Water Works Bonds Sold. 23,900 Ollie Crawford The 512000. bonds were sold on last Pearl Shearor .'... 27,900 Saturday afternoon to Messrs Hoeffler Clodie Speaks 11,465 & Cummins of Toledo O. for par plus Ophelia Montgomery 10,300 the sum of $22.50 for the entire issue. Sallie Ham 7,500 The bonds are ipo. in denomination, Ethel Onstott 7,200 5 per cent. For the redemption of Blanche Stone 6,075 these bonds a sinking fund is created MattieScott 5,600 of $2400. for every three years, ex- Annie Osborne 2,800 clusive of the accrued interest, and Mrs Jas Sutton 2,600 the sum of 800. per year in addition-t- Maggie Norris 2,400 the interest is set aside each year to LuraJennings 2,300 form the sinkjng fund. 1,400 LehaBarnett Now that the City Council has the 1,200 Sherjow Mamie funds available to begin work and carCRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. ry it to completion, we hope that they 120,392 Mrs. Dove Garner will begin at the very earliest possible 83,265 RubyParrish moment, and that the work will be Lillian Garner 71,119 pushed rapidly. 61,705 Mrs. Dave Newland 35,138 Ida Lee Campbell 34,686 Susie Butt Clark, A Familiar Name. 29,614 Mamie Holman 23,511 It is no surprize that Champ Clark as Cecil Garner a Presidential candidate should grow so Mahala Howard 10,216 , School Examination. HflSELDEiM 'MrH aiarrasrriJMlT5firfgMtrgiyMI. BROS. liMilinBiilMilii For the Buggy of Quality. ..... ...... FgfrPSHjHII k Now is your chance for a Good Buggy, Br iving Wagon Nell Newland Elizabeth Bronaugh. . . .". Eva Fletch Henrietta Bailey Sadie Catler Maggie Spitler . Bertha Rogers Jewel Francisco Nanie Carpenter Nell Davis .,... .:.'.". Bessie Reynolds 9,235 4,600 1,000 3,750 3.520 2,244 2,076 1,608 1,572 i i I OR HARNESS at a great bargain. We are overstocked and will sell at a sacrifice, call and see. We want Five Hundred Buggies and Carriages to PAINT and repair. Bring them in, we will make prices right 1,232 1,185 1,114 Mane White Ruby Cress Ethel Wilson Hattie Bogie Nancy NapTer. "'"-,- .. ----- ".. .' ...1,030 1,000 1,000 1,000 IV All kinds of garden seed' for sale. W J. Romans. - .the line-u- is .made. -- " WBalK&.Holtzclaw. ic , -. v i,f ' m ..' .u- "vis- - j!1 &L, - --- -- " JV-- A ' t , V LAi. " - )A mf" - - ,. .? if " r-- The Central Record "t t & 15. Instate Instactors Banks Hudson bought of Taylor and May Methers Day. 4 Woodford of Paris, Ky, their entire City Council on Monday evening Capt. And School Superintendents Are Mothers Day will be observed all over William Herndon, one of the council, growing crop of hemp consisting of m incorporated. the world next Sunday. The origina Called To Meet In Conference made a motion that body issue a vouch- 300 acres, price private. $1.00 a year. tor of this beautiful custom, Miss Issued Weekly. In Frankfort. er in favor of one Mr. Weaver for $300. Anna Jarvis asks that every one wear From Infor "perpetual water rights" at Dix Kentucky Shows Splendid Results A meeting which is calculated to re- a white carnation in honor of the day. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Edtor. river. The motion was lost for want creased Educational Efforts Of sult in much good, and which means a The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will Ky., of a second, and the matter was reEntered at the Post Office la Lancaster, great deal to the schools, of the state, observe 'the day Saturday afternoon. Last Few Years. Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s ferred to the finance committee for inl especially schools, is called They suggest that, every one wear a vestigation and report. That the efforts made along educa- by Superintendent of Public Instruc white flower Sunday to church. Association Member "Kentucky Press We do not know if a contract was FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. tional lines in Kentucky in the last few tion, Barksdale Hamlett, in Frankfort and made in the name of the city with Mr. years are productive of good results is on the 4 and 15th' of this month, to Patrons Of The Lancaster Graded School. Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect League. Eighth Weaver, or if a contract was made, shown by the following facts and fig- which is invited all of the county supwho made it, or if it was made, if the ures made public by the Census Bu- erintendents of the clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. There remains but a single week of state and.the variLaicasler, Ky., Hay 10, 1912. party or parties making ithad authority reau ous people who will conduct the County the school term. It is very essential Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong to contract in the name of the City of Kentucky population over Institutes. One of tne principal topics that every pupil stay in attendance up "Of a total light. If a valid contract was Rates For Political Announcements Lancaster. Mr Weaver by anyone with ten years of age of 1,722,644 in 1910 which will be discussed is the recently to the very last. Absence at this time made with il enacted school laws, which are liable of the year is of great disadvantage in For Precinct and City Offices . . . .$ 5.00 authority to make such a contract, only 12.1 per cent., or 208,044, were literate; whereas in 1900 there was an to have a different construction placed the September classification of the 10.00 then Mr. Weaver should be paid his or County Offices pupil. For State and District Offices.... 15.00 money, if such is not the case, then he illiteracy percentage of 16.5, or 262,954, upon them by the various superintend The parents are to be congratulated ents, and the object of the meeting, 10 most assuredly should not be paid. among 1,589,685 of population. For Calls, per line on the splendid attendance at this Thus there were 54,910 less illiterates for one thing is to arriveat a uniform 10 We are at a loss to know why such a For Cards, per line in the State in 1910 than in 1900. construction 'of these laws. Many session. Not a child in attendance at For all publications in the interhave been concontract should-eveKentucky white illiteracy other topics of equally vital importance this school has had a contagious disease Among the est of individuals or exprestemplated. When the' water works decreased from 12-- per cent in 1900 will be discussed and the meeting will nor have there been any expulsions to sion of individual views, per bonds were authorized it; was thought to 9.9 per cent, in 1910, there being be one great benefit to those inter- mar the general pleasantness. of 10 line that Dix river would be the objective Dr. S. M. Jefferson of Transylvania 05 noint for the auxiliary pipe line, and 150.097 white illiterates among 1,512,398 ested in educational wark in the state. Obituaries, per line University will preach the baccalaureof population as compared with 174,768 the Council had such a move in con- among 1,369,842 in 1900. - Tell It To The Officers. ate sermon Sunday morning May 12th templation, but even then it would not Thus there were 24,671, less illiterate ANNOUNCEMENTS Vague rumors are already beginning at the Christian Church. Miss Walsh have been either necessary or advisable white in Kentucky in 1910 than in 1900. of the school will preside at the organ. to gain circulation that the seiner is Fer Congress. to purchase outright either the right Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock the in 1910, 210,028 in conducting 'his annual infringement Kentucky negroes of way or the water rights; what number, had an illiteracy percentage of Senior Class' will give the following We are authorized to announce Jack would be the necessity of purchasing 27.6, with 57,900 unlettered persons against the Fish & Game laws. It program: Chinn a candidate for Congress in the does not one particle of good to circuloption could have been obamong them. In 1900, among 219,729 ate these rumors unless you will come Margaret M. Morrow The President's eighth district, subject to the action of when an nominal sum, which would negroes, there were 88,137 illiterates, forward and tell what you know, or if Address. the Democratic Primary to be held tained for a have answered the same purpose, and or 40.1 per cent. Miss Lydia Elmore Class Poetess. August, 3rd, 1912. Ky. then when it was decided not to go to Thus there were 80,239 less illiterate you do not know yourself, give the John M. McRoberts Class History. Home Office name of your informant to the grand Hon. the river, the city would only have nezroes in Kentucky in 1910 than in Jennie Rankin Class Prophet. We are authorized to announce ana let hale him J. A. Sullivan a candidate for Congress been out a few paltry dollars, whereas 1900, but to arrive at the true percen- jury, and havethem tell to them before Lillian Cochran Class Will. him them what Curry IMjgMjrMIrEIMfrlllJrllMrrE Robinson Class Grumbler. in the eighth district, subject to the they now stand to lose $300. We do tage one must reckon upon the 9,000 de he has told to you. In 7H5S this way and in Mary Lynn made this contract with Fox Class Giftorian. action of the Democratic Primary to be not know who crease in the entire negro population of this way only- - may the seiners be Mr. Weaver, the deed was not in evi Kentucky during those ten years." Chas. K. Dunn Valedicterian held August 3rd,. 1912. brought to justice. The county officers dence before the council, nor do we The above program will be varied by It is gratifying to know that the cenFor Commonwealth Attorney. know under whose authority they were sus figures show that Kentucky in are not detectives, they but administer music. we are informed by at least educational progress leads all other the laws upon the statute books, and The Commencement address will be We are authorized to announce Emmet acting, but in the absence of any tangible evidence Council, Mr. given Friday night May 17th at the Puryear as a candidate for Common one member of the Citv states in the same geographical divis- they are powerless. Gregory, that he was appointed ion, and compares favorably with the Christian Church at which time the wealth's attorney, subject to the action R. P. There is more fish in Dix river this diplomas will as one of a committee to investigate as pjogress made in the nation at large. be conferred upon the of the Democratic party. year than in many years and if the above eight graduates. to the water rights at Dix river, and At the same seiners and dynamiters can be induced time medals will be given The Record Is authorized to announce that he never consulted Mr. Weaver or City Council Holds Regular Monthly those pupils to give up their nefarious practises, of the High School W. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candi- anyone else in the matter, that before standing highest in we will see the good old days back Meeting. date for the nomination for Commo- he could do so, it was deemed advisable Mathematics and English Literature. again when we may have a day of No contest in to increase the height of the present nwealth's Attorney, subject to the declamation will be held The City Council held their regular successful sport on the banks of this dam. Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. this year owing to a lack of interest. monthly meeting Monday evening and ideal bass stream.' The Fish and Game With the small amount of money at auditing the current bills, order- laws of the state are now of such a The friends and patrons of the school n enough to after Fer Ceunty Judge. their disposal, ing vouchers and attending to routine stringent nature that if 'one of these are cordially invited to attend all exmake such improvements in tfie present ercises. J. L. Riley, Supt. We are authorized to announce Clay- water system as are absolutaly nec- business , were presented with a sur- people can be brought to the bar of prise in the shape of a general and vig- justice and have the law applied to ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- essary, we deem it ill advised to spend A Tricute To Rufus Yansant. ty Judge of Garrard County subject to one cent of this money unnecessarily, orous protest on a well worn subject, him vigorously, he will be 'glad to "go the local telephone. Mr. J. E. Robin- and sin no more. The fight made upon Rufus Vansant, the action of the democratic party. and that .the procuring of this water by announce who is a candidate for Chairman of the unnecessary is son started the ball rolling right at Dix River is ing to the City Council that he had GEORGE R. HACKLEY. We are authorized to announce obvious, for Democratic State Central and Execuif the Council have no James A. Beazley as a candidate for confidence in the plan they have ad- been approached by many country pattive Committee, comes as a surprize to County Judge of Garrard county, sub- opted for the improvement of the rons of the Bastin Telephone Co. re- Former Garrard County Boy, Successful In every democrat who is not informed as The Railroad World In The City Of ject to the action of the Democratic water plant, abandon it at once, and cently, seeking some kind of legal reto the plans and purposes of the dress against the arrogant attitude asparty. combine. In go to the River: and on the other hand Mexico. sumed by that corporation. Mr. Robinthe nature of things it would appear if they have the proper amount of son was followed by Mr. G. B. Swine-broaFer Sheriff. The following article taken from the that Mr. Vansant had only to ask for confidence in their undertaking, where who spoke along the same line Daily published at an endorsement at the hands of his We We are authorized to announce C. A. is the necessity for a "perpetual water as Mr. Robinson, and these gentlemen Monterry Mexico, goes to show that party to secure it, but on the very Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of right" at Dix River, or anywhere else, Garrard County, subject to the action We have confidence in our City Coun were followed by gentlemen of high the successes of Garrard county people threshold his ambition was challenged standing in town and county, all of are not confined to their own country. by the very combination which fought of the Democratic party. cil, and have,never hesitated to express complaints The subject of the sketch, Mr. George Governor McCreary in the primary and whom voiced vigorous it, but with many cases of the diverWe are authorized to announce against the Bastin Co. and insisted up- R. Hackle v, was born in this county, is sulked in the rear when the general sion of the funds voted for water works Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff on the Council, if it be within their the son of the late Thornton Kemper election was held. They do not like i& improvements to unnecessary usages, power, to afford them some relief. It Hackley of Paint Lick and his mother Vansant because they cannot control of Garrard county, subject to the acwe must confess our confidence will be tion of the democratic party. is charged against the Bastin Telephone a Miss Kennedy. He has an aunt, Miss him. They could not dictate to him, shaken. We think this matter should Co. by the people making these com- Margaret Hackley, who teaches in the and they failed to involve him in any We are authorized to announce W. be thoroughly investigated, and if plaints that they are ignoring their con Georgetown College at Georgetown Ky. deals that would embarass the incomL. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard there be an honorable way to avoid the tracts to furnish telephone service at a and he is a cousin of Mrs. James I. ing administration or get him to break county, subject to the action of the payment of this debt, this useless ex- certain price, are endeavoring to raise Hamilton of this city, and has many the pledges that the party had sacredpenditure of the City. Funds, of which democratic party. the prices on their patrons, and when other relatives in the county. ly made in the platform. For this rea- they stand so sadly in need, it should "Mexico, April 12. George R. Hack-le- y son Mr. Vansant must be driven from the patrons refuse to stand for the For Assessor. be avoided, and if possible save this was, on April first, appointed As public iife and repudiated. raise, they remove their phones. These $300. to be placed where it was incomplaints are not confined to one lo- sistant General Freight and Passenger We are authorized to announce Dave Who is Rufus Vansant? He is a lum You tended, in the improvement of the cality but are scattered broadcast over Agent of the Southern Pacific Railroad ber dealer; his home is at Ashland, in C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor Water Works plant. of Garrard county subject to the acthe county, and the Company seems to of Mexico, and General Agent for the Boyd county. By thirty-fiv- e No years of tion of the democratic party. be endeavoring to render their service Republic of Mexico of the Southern hard work he has hewn out of the for-- . Much comment has been heard upon obnoxious to look to their patrons. There Pacific Railroad and Steamship Line, est of Eastern Kentucky a fortune. the .prices realized for the bonds re- seems to be a question as to just what Pacific Mail We are authorized to announce Mr. Steamship Co., and South- He did not want to get into state poligood ones. cently sold in the Lancaster school and kind, E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomiif any contract or franchise the ern Pacific Navigation Co., with head- tics, but when his friends asked him city precinct, many people being of the Bastin people have with the City of Every nation of Assessor of Garrard County, quarters at Avenida Juarez No. 12, to take charge of the campaign and subject to the action of the democratic opinion that the bonds should have Lancaster, or if they are merely here Mexico City; succeeding Mr. A. Miran- help elect the democratic ticket, he seasonbrought more money. The school bonds on party. sufferance: if the latter be the case, da who resigned to accept service with shut up shop and spent five months of , ic to the amount of $29,000. brought 2 in the. face of the many and vigorous the National Railways. able his valuble time at democratic headWe are authorized to announce J. B. per" cent above par, plus the sum of $5.00 complaints .made by our citizens of the Mr. Hackley is well and favorably quarters, and when funds were low and i Collier as a candidate for the nomina- and the bonds for the water works county, is the right, and it .seems to known throughout Mexico, having had the heavy expenses Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's of the campain had tion for assessor of Garrard county, improvements only brought $22.50 us to be it their imperative duty to at twenty years continuous service with to De met ne opened his private purse subject to the action of the democratic premium above par. why you should get the best which means getting them once take some drastic measures to Mexico railroads two years as Chief and met every obligation that the camWhen we take into consideration the party. remedy the evil complained of. . Clerk, Traffic Department, Monterrey paign imposed. It is rumored that Mr. here. fact that there is already the sum of This telephone subject has long been & Mexican Gulf R. R., Monterrey; four Vansant's We are authorized to announce W. $16,000. outstanding in unredeemed contribution to the camL. Huffman for a candidate for assess- bonds for the construction of the water an aggravating one, and the longer the years as Chief Clerk. Traffic Depart- paign fund, made willingly and without or of Garrard county subject to the plant, then add to that the sum of matter is neglected, the more' vigorous ment Mexican International R. R; five promise or hope of reward or remunerbecome the complaints; and the evils years as General Agent, Mexican Inaction of the Democratic party. ation, exceeded an amount of the com $29,000. for school purposes and another seem to multiply, for heretofore the ternationalSouthern Pacific Lines, bined yearly salaries of the $12,000. for water works improveFer Scbeel SsperiiteBdaat. gang that is now trying to dements, and all being based' upon the rates seemed to be the only bone of Mexico City; seven years General West contention, while now there seems to em Agent, National Lines. Chicago, We are authorized to announce Miss same property, we are of the opinion be other and equally as reprehensible and two years General Agent, same feat him. He never faltered at any stage of that critical contest, his faith, Jennie Higgins as a candidate for that it is a pretty good deal to be able acts complained of. lines, Mexico City, in charge of all courage and endurance giving heart to School Superintendant for Garrard to secure par for the entire issue. It The Council heard with patience the solicitation." all his associates. county, 'subject to the action of the is true that it is contemplated, and is a many complaints registered, and also Before coming to Mexico, Mr. Hack-le- y Mr. Vansant is certain to be chosen fact, that the Leavel fund will take Democratic party. B. F. HUDSON, President J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. had several years valuable experilistened to a few remarks from H. V. "Chairman of the Democratic State Cencare of the school-bondpeobut the Bastin, the gist of whose remarks ence with the Louisville & Nashville R. ORGANIZED 1S83. ple who are investing in bonds do not tral and Executive Committee, because Fer Jailer. seemed to be an argument looking to R. entering the employ of that company take this fact into consideration; what the democrats 01 iventucky have never in 1883 at the age of sixteen, being the selling of a franchise. yet failed to reward faithful and unsel-- . We are authorized to announce Jack they consider is the amount of taxable After everyone present had aired rapidly promoted, serving as Agent and fish party service. He is the loyal Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- property and the amount of bonds isOperator, Greensburg, Broomfield, Antheir views on the OF LANCASTER, KY. friend of Governor McCreary, the ear" rard county, subject to the action of sued on that, property, and taken altoH. C. Hamilton moved the board that a chorage and Woodbine, Ky, was transnest supporter of his administration gether, we think the school trustees the Democratic party. W y from the latter position to the and his policies, and under his direction CAPITAL; $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. and the city council did well to realize committee be appointed "with anthori-t- ferred to employ counsel if necessary, to local freight office, Cincinnati, where no matter who is nominated by the We are authorized to announce Dave 2 per cent for the first sale and a slight W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- valuation above par for the second. If frame and submit to the City Council a h5 spent three years, working through democrats, you can rest assured that franchise which would meet with the the various departments, including one Kentucky will roll up an old time majrard county, subject to the action of the people who have the matters in r. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., year as Asst Cashier, and one year the Democratic party. charge will do one half as well in the approval of the masses of the people," ority for the democracy. Chief Clerk, Inbound Department, then disburement of the proceeds of the This motion prevailed and Messrs Hamm ilton, Gregory, Zanone and Walters promoted to the position of Chief Rate bond sales as they have in their actual ZEMO FOR YOUR SKIN Fer Magistrate. Clerk, General Freight Office, Louisville on the committee. sale, then we think the tax payeas will were named There i3 scarcely a doubt but that three years later being made Chief Eczema, Pimples, Rash And All Skin We. are authorizea to announce be ready to say "well done thou good S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S.L. Gibba John N. White as a candidate for and faithful servants", and we believe the present Council will look well to Clerk, General Freight Office, MontLewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. and conserve the rights of the people gomery, Ala., which position he relin"No2 Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- they will merit the' praise. Afflictions Quickly Healed. in the" matter of a telephone franchise, quished to accept service with the Monrard county, subject to the action of. No matter what the trouble, eczema, for this they pledged themselves be- terry & Mexican Gulf R. R. the demecratic party. There is more agitation among demfore their election, and we are not of Mr. Hackley, in character and ability chafing, pimples, Bilt rheum, Zemo inc ocrats in Kentucky at this time as to We are authorized to announce the opinion that any one of them would is considered a valuable addition to the stantly stops irritation. The cure comes who is to be sent as delegates to the quick. Sinks right in, leaving no trac6 WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag'go back upon a promise made to the Mexican railway fraternity, and is convention and whether or Zemo is a vanishing liquid. Your skin in th first district of Garrard National istrate people before the election, especially ceiving a warm welcome from his ' County, subject to the action of the not they should be instructed than upon such a vital question. The peo- sociates and patrons. r fairly revels with delight the moment whether Wilson or Champ Clark is to democratic party. &emO IS appueu. uicawrai tiling uu ple of the county are the mainstay of receive the vote of the State. We are OF LANCASTER. Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps? earth for dandruff. the town, or as Uncle John Marsee put We are authorized to announce Ship-to-n firm in our opinion that the democrats way in which Eczema, The wonderful in his speech to jthe Council: "If No never. Its foolish to fear a .fanof Kentucky have sufficient intelligence it country H. Estes as a candidate for people go down, the town cied evil, when, there are real and dead- rashes, pimples, dandruff, tetter quick-l- y the in the first district of Garrard and quite enough information to know goes down with them," Most assuredheals by the magic touch of Zemo ly perils, to guard against in swamps county, subject to the action of rthe who they are for. The delegates are ly is a sacred duty which, A. R. DENNY, President marvelous. Zemo is sold by leading it the town and marshes, bayous, and lowlands. is Bimply agents to carry out the will of democratic party. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't druggists everywhere, and in Lancas owes to the people. We con see no good reason protect the citizens of the county to These are the malaria germs that cause their rights in every possible ague, chills and fever, weakness, aches fer by R-- E. McRoberts & Son. . S. Cr DENNY, Cashier. We are authorized to announce why the democrats of Kentucky should way, even to standing between them in "the bones and muscles and jnay inR- - T. Embry, r. Charles C. Becker as a candidate for not advise their representatives to BalJ. F.. ROBINSON, Ass't Cashier. Magistrate in the second district of timore of their wishes, Therefore, let and 'the 'grasping hand of a corporation, duce deadly typhoid.- - But Electric BitGarrard county, subject to the action the delegates be instructed that go to and we sincerely beiieve that if it is ters destroys and, casts out these viciwithin the power of the City Council of ous germs from the blood, "Three of the democratic party. Baltimore from Kentucky. the City of Lancaster, that they will bottles dffcve all the malaria from my' WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. We are authorized to announce Tayextend to them the protection which system," wrote Wm. Fretwell, of lor T. Burdett as a candidate for MagHudson & Hughes carry a large they come to us seeking, and that in Lucama, N. C, "and I've had' fine Samual D. Cpchran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. istrate in the second district of Gar- stock of MILLET, HUNGARIAN, the very near future .they will settle health ever since. Use this safe, sure Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L..GH1. Dr. W, M. Elliott Directors. rard county, subject to the action of SOJA BEANS, COW PEAS and CANE this telephone matter in a manner, remedy only. 50c at R. E. McRoberts ' & Son. ' which will meet with their approval. to democratic party. tJSEED.. Phone 26; At the regular May meeting of the 13-1- tt t Wire Drawn Tungsten B U the-rura- I ELBGTR16 I LAMPS. 13-1- District-Publisher- s . s :- I STORMES DRUG STORE J n 8 W. O. Phone 33. Riney Lancaster, Funeral Director and Embalmer. Phone 18. mMMiMSmmmWL m less-tha- The CREAMERY will ft B open to receive Milk on 1 8 MONDAY, MftY 6th i and our ICE WAGON will begin running on same day 1 I I i I 1 The ICE CREAM Department will open I Wednesday, 1 1 1 w ii May 8th, s s n d, Mexican-America- n, solicit your patronage. m H. V. BASTIN. r i i i mMfMvMiMilmim "zMMrMWeMMsM Take Any Beam I like from our need timber piles. spend time in ing for stick in the pile is sound, and straight. w I non-de-scri- pt i Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co, s, subject,-Councilm- Citizens National Bank l Book-Keepe- an Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. I I re-a- s- THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus 25,000. I I Mag-strat- e, Capital $50,000. Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. 1-- ra -- - ?:.--- : - c . ,v. vf - - n , ?. ' "'A,-- f 'i wii .1 limit' - ,- -. -- , 55 i"""' CARRYING Harvey Highland. s I rL a standing invitation to thieves. Far better deposit it in the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. where it will be beyond the roach nf thifiVPS 'of the danger of fire. Bring your cash here and open ah account If you have but little all the more reason for taking-prope- r care of it & rmji& "ysMmmmmr'szi- - "ZzTZ mXJ V..,. x" Ill J. llllir WMIH III II tiqItv TrnPA1indo. , p K. CASH - A. S. H. R. Will make the season of 1912 at my place, two miles west of Hustonville, on the Bradfordsville pike. Sired by the peerless Highland Denmark 730, he by Black Squirrel 58. 1 st dam Annie Washington 1358, by Washington 54, he by Cromwell 73; 2nd dam by Vidette. Description Foaled 1907. A beautiful light bay, 16 hands high, lots of weight, with snip face, left front and both hiud feet white. He is a very fine horse, having a long rangy neck, light in the throat latch, high thin wether, good back and tail, a nice clean set of limbs. Best described as the SEASON 1912. n l n Tt IS DirseT The Garrard Bank & Trust Company. accepted type of the ican saddle horse. Dui Jr Gi 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- te Amer- Harvey Highland has had but little SkJL Chemical Engine Now in use by the Lancaster Fire Department. In good condition, the very thing to have in a large country home or a small town. Call on or write L. E. HERRON, Chief of Police, Lancaster, Ky. ANNIE ROONEY 4104 REX PEAVINE 1796 DAISY 2nd, 2229 PEAVINE 85. work both undersaddle 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 highest class. His dam is a fine Individual as well as a great brood mare, having had two filles by Kentucky's Artist (nothing like the sire Highland Denmark was), 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 KENTUCKY'S FINEST SADDLE STALLION ry $2u. to Insure Living Colt. $10,00 To Insure a Live Foal He is a rich light chestnut in color, about 16 hands, and weighs about 1,200 lbs., has fine mane and tail and lots of bone and substance and PEAVINE 85 Grestland. 3173, Vol. 1. 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, 16 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 1796. Dam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam Powell's Drenon; he by Brinker's Drenon 1600. Will serve mares at paid. Mares from a distance grazed on good blue grass at $2.50 per month. Mares entrusted will receive my per- sonal attention, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. W. M. DODD, Hustonville, Ky. a great natural style horse. A great show horse both under saddle and in harness. He has racked quarters in 40 seconds and stepped as $30.00 to Insure a Living Colt. t ? 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. Y W. S Phone C. FITZPATRICK, PAINT LICK, KY. 425 Rings, P. L. Exchange. General Gibbs 2 fGambetta Wilkes 4T.59, record dams of 210. Jewell by Vermont Sire of 19 In 2:10, 221 in 2 :30 ; dama m- - Great brood mare. GeMral Gibbs, ' of72n2:1- 1 Honor 6694. Sire of Red Cliff 2 :18.etc (CCIQ 4000:7. Miss Havdon. By Mambrino Fos- Man?eriteW..damofKlnlinr2:l9.i tr. 2 :WA, Francis Griffins 2 AtH- - ter. Dam of Upright Wilkes 2 :2 I'XolandaJ K. 224?. etc. I and grandam oi 5. 1 is a full brother to Kipling 2:19i trial 2:10J Francis Griffin 2:22J,Yolanda K, 2 year old, record 2:242 and Dr Kinnaird 2:191. General Gibbs 45539 will insure living colt at $15.00. Alexandria Stamp Reg. Clyde, weigh about 1600. He is the only kind of a horse for farm mares and mule mares. He will stand at $15 to insure. Also two Mammoth Black Jacks at $10. Squirrel. and $12. to insure. Above will make He will make season of 1912 at my the season of 1912 at my place. barn about 1J miles on new Danville pike at 2:1 (George Wilkes 619. 2:22. sire of 82. fast in harness on both trot and pace. He is bred in the purple, being 'sired by the great DORSEY GOLD DUST, No 12052. He is a full brother to Estell No. 219, sired by Zilcada Gold Dust No. 4400, he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he by Justin Morgan, he by Old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he by Diamond Denmark, he by Wash r. STS fcu CrfWTT --- a.jinii Km ljj! Vr;.A. iS.'fe ves ington Denmark. He has proven himself a champion breeder, having made a heavy stud season in Mercer in 1910, and has shown some of r jT &"&$; 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 never 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 A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 15- -1 and must be paid at once. Mares bred at any time. hands high, heavy mane and tail and I will give those who patronize my Horsfc and Jack the privilige of breeding their cows to my fine POLLED DURHAM BULL and their excellent carriage. Hill Squirrel was sired by Ches- sows to extra POLAND CHINA BOAR. Everybody invited. Correspondence solicited. I also have this proposition to make your-- 1 will give $25.00 as a premium to the owner of tee best colt, to be shown on the Saturday ter Spuirrel, he by Chester Dare and before the 4th Monday in October 1913 ax. Jiy farm. Judges will be disinterested parties. I will also at same time buy the best colt at $100. he Black Squirrel. His dam by Red P&Vaw " If .A" H ill Squirrel. $10. to Insure Living Colt. At the same time and place I will also stand my fine Jack Diamond Dick. At the Very Low Price of $8.00 to Insure a Live Foal. JIM MORGAN B. G. H. Ruble, CfflMEWOOD , Buena Vista, Ky. rial 38504, Record 2:19 Foaled June 23, 1903. 2:15 3-- 4 1-- 2 Brother to Shandon Wood 2:17 Chesnut Horse. This pony is 4 years old, spotted and 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 a good individual, 48 inches high and a 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, fine saddle pony. He will make the season at $10.00 to Insure a living colt. 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 Sire, Black Button one of the highest best at the very low price of $8.00. I will treat everyone right and on the square. I will also give a $10.00 premium for the best mule colt acting ponies in Kentucky. 1st dam Phone Lancaster Exchange 364-Yours truly, White Betsy the finest saddle pony in He is a black jack with white points, 15H hands, has lots of bone and substance and has a real good head and ear and is bred rightf i O 1Q 00 -- .... f High wood 8067.... tiecuru z .ny. sire ui isuiu 2:C7l4, Ida High wood Montell 2:09JEarly Reaper 2:08j, Just the Thing 2:10. Hive 2:lli. Gain 2:111 and 44 others in 2:30. a9 o 2 S3 w Chime ol Bells. Vol 16 Dam of Hal Direct 2:10. Shandon Wood 2:17, and half sister to Rex Guard 2 :07J, Chimewood 2 :19. Nutwood 600 Record 2 :175. Sire of Man- - (Miss Ruseell (great brood-ag- e stand my fine big Jack, mare) by Pilot, Jr. 12. :M.Lockheari2:OSH Addle D 2:10$ and 171 in ' 2:30. 413. by Hambleton- . ian 10. LDalphine (great z:ia;i. itm Ol 30 lXIDgDelphina i ueaiiaJr., 12 uruouuiare; uy Young John Morgan 3705 was sired Pilot, Hlghwood 25 by old John Morgan and was out of an 2:23?i and Delphla D 29J Mambrino Patchen 58, by imported registered Jennet. S Mambrino Chiei 11 He will make the season of 1912 at Belle Thornton by Edwin I 2:04 Forrest 49. Lord Derby 2:0 2:05 Heir and 75 I others in 2:30. ( Chimes 5348 by Electioneer Lien retained on all colts for the sea(.Chiming Bells i 125 Dam of Bex Guard 2:87 I Maid of Honor (great brood-an- d son money. Care taken to prevent acmare) by Mambrino King sister Ed EaBton 3:09 cidents but not responsible should any 1279. Electric Chimes 2 :20 and Beautiful Chimes 232 occur. Standard & Reg Vol. XX Kentucky. (Belmont 64, T)y Abdallah 15 Also at the same time and place I will Young John Morgan 3705 WALKER, EEADSHAW, McCreary, Ky. Hex Helton, 3404. CARROLL PRESTON 3483, Will make the season of 1912, at-la- 8-- $10. to Insure Living Colt. at my stable at Marksbury, Kentucky, at Fourth Dam, BETTIE MAC, by Red Wilke 1749 Dam of E. S. E. 2:11 1, (sire), Red Regent 2:18 f (sire) and grandam of Ed Easton 2:09 i, Lady of Honor 2:11 i, Modeste Mignon 2:19 i, Electric Chimes 2:20 i, Beautiful Chimes 2;22 , Seti 2:24, Daring Maid 2:24 1, International King 2:29 1 and The Master 230 Fifth Dam, LIZZIE WITHERSPOON by Gough's Wagner Dam of Fanny Witherspoon 2:16 1, Fitzgerald's Enterprize (sire) and grandam of E. S. E. 2:11 1, Wilderness 2:18 J, Red Regent 2:18 f and Practical 2:19 J. CHIMING BELLS is a sister to Ed Easton 2:09 2, (champion pacer of his year), Electric Chimes 2:20 Beautiful Chimes 2:22 1 (dam of American Belle, 3, 2:12 i and Columbus Belle 227 J), Hula Chimes (dam of (dam of RusJack Woodcliffe 223 and Woodcliffe Jay 2:30), sell C. 2:16 1) and Chiming Bells (dam of Rex Guard 2:07 . Her dam, Maid of and The MaHonor, also produced L dy of Honor 2:11 , Daring Maid 2:24 four-year-old Lady-in-Waiting J. T. RAINEY. $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. MADISON PEAVINE, 2889, at $12.00 to Insure. GARRARD PEAVINE, at $10.00 to Insure. Also at same time and place will stand my fine Jack REID at See me for the pedigree of this stock or see cards. $10.00. MARK GOINS, Marksbury, Ky. For the season of 1912, 1 offer for public service the Royally Bred and Handsome Individual Saddle Stallion, ALL PEAVINE 4092, at my farm near McKinney, Ky., at $25.00 to insure a living edit. M Im ster 2:30. MAMBRINO KING 1279 sired by the dams The Abbott i, Cherry (Lass 2:03 , Shadow Chimes 2:05, King Direct 2:05 J, The Monk 2:05 i, Princess Helen 2:05 J, Council Chimes 2:07 i. Dandy Chimes 2:07 J, Chimer Bell 2:09 i, The Contractor 2:09 i, Ed Easton 2:09 2, Jersey Mac 2:09 J, The Queen 2:10 1, Miss Edith 2:10 J, The Abbe (3) 2:10 i, Aintree 2:10 27 King Chimes 2:10 2 and 133 others in 2:30. 3 2.-0- 9 w f ..:.- ,,) - placed in the hands of Crit Davis for training and racing this Fall, his owner His colts will be trained and they believeing thai he will easily beat 2:10 show speed, marked individuality and are heavily staked in the futurities. The breeding of CHIMEWOOD 2:19 J, in speed lines, individuality and show horse lines is as good as any stallion in Kentucky, and CHIMEWOOD is himself a show horse and individually is a very superir horse. The right is reserved to reject or accept any mare for breeding purposes CHIMEWOOD will probably stand in Kentucky two that comes for service. which his owner expects to make him one of the most or three seasons, after popular stallions in the East. CHIMEWOOD 38504, 2:19 1, will stand for' the season of 1912 at my home "Melrose," 3 J miles on the Danville and Harrodsburg pike, at $25. to inAddress sure & living colt A horse that is distinguishing himself both as a sire ,and in the SIRE, REX PEAVINE 1796. A champion show horse and an unequaled show ring. There were few better rings of colts seen in a ring this year 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 than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky., by CARROLL PRESTON. He is Black Jack with mealy nose, 5 years to come. By Rex McDonald Daisy 2nd by Peavine 85. 922, by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73, by Washington old, 15 hands high, fine breeder and Chimewood, 38504, 2:19 1-- 4 GRAND SIRE, Rex McDonald 833. The undisputed champion show horse great individual. A Jack of fine bone and sire. Denmark 64; 1st dam Baby Pence 7049, by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam by The great horse, CHIMEWOOD, has been placed in my hands by his and action. Will stand at $10. to insure FIRST DAM, Lucy Wells 6605, by Peavine 85. A great brood mare by owner, a wealthy Pittsburg Pa., gentleman, that he may secure some of his a living colt. Carroll Preston is nomiFEE $25.00 TO INSURE. the world's greatest brood mare sire, Peavine. His daughters have produced Almont Forrest. colts for training purposes, believing that he could get better mares in Boyle such champions as Lou Chief, Cleopatra, The Frenchman, Edna May, Barthenia nated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Kentucky. and surrounding counties than elsewhere. McChord, and dozens of others. A mare by Peavine is a sure foundation. 38504, 2;19 4 is a grand individual, fast horse under CHIMEWOOD Also in service SECOND DAM, daughter of Harris Denmark. trotting a mile last season in 2:15 , and on July 1st will be Black Jack with white points, 8 years ALL PEAVINE 4092. Nigger. by-Presto- n 1-- adver- Buck Varnon. se-Conditions, THIRD DAM, daughter of John Mosely. old, 152 hands high, fine breeder and If you want to breed to a stallion whose produce commands the highest price, great individual. A Jack of fine bone are as and action. Will stand at $10. to insure breed to All Peavine 4092. The price for which I have sold Peavine colts an open book, they baing sold for the high dollar at public auction; along with a living colt. Will also at same time and place the colts of other breeds of horses', and I have topped the markat stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. to I will personally care for mares sent me and use every precaution, but will nofbe responsible for accidents or escapes. I will also stand another nice stalinsure a living colt jack at All will stand at W. P. Deshon's lion at a lower price, and three fine mule breeding jacks. The Gray $10. to insure living foal, and the two Black jacks at $8. to insure living foal. farm on the Crab Orchard pike 5 miles from Lancaster, Kentucky. Mares Having secured the services of JORDAN PEACOCK of W. L. Grady, you can per month. Care taken see him and breed to him at a .reasonable fee, at Peavine Farm, near McKinney grazed at $2. to prevent accidents, but not responsi ble should any occur. HIGH CLOUD 3334, by Highland Gay 1149, by Highland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy Lam bert 3359, by Red Cloud 2197. FEE $20.00. High Cloud is a darXbayi horse with white markings Stands 16 hands high and is full'made Has not had much handling but shows lots of action":an6 speed. J. G. CECIL,. Danville, Ky. WRDeshon, McKinney, R S. SCUDDER Kentucky. W, O. WALKER, Stanford "VX ..,', &. t .. : ,:asafraig frt: Vttjrt. A Commissioner ' s Sale of Land. I . GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Beg inning Wednesday j ffT ft til AND CONTINUING FOR James J. Hamilton &c against Plffs. W. L. Huffman. &c Defts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at the March term 1912, the undersigned commissioner will sell at pub lie auction, before the court house door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock a. m. or thereabouts on MONDAY, MAY 27th, 1912, County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, In Garrard County, Kentucky on Kempers lane and near the Lancaster and Lexington pike and bounded as to-w- it: TEN DAYS it being the first day of the Garrard 83J W 8.14 chains N 54 W 6.60 chains N 70J W 7.75 chains to a point on North side of branch about 15 feet N. E. of a pool or spring corner to same N 21 E 4.62 chains to a point in middle of Kempers lane and with middle of same N 71 E 6.15 chains to a point in middle and corner to part sold to Stone; thence leaving lane and along the south side of road, with said Stone N 84. E 6.42 chains N 88J E 2.05 chains N 78 E 3.15 chains N 83 E 3 chains N 861 E 2.45 chains to a stake at the south edge of a road and corner to Stone, still with his line S 8 W 13.65 chains to the beginning, containing 24.05 acres being the same land conveyed to V. L. Huffman by James I. Hamilton and wife by deed dated December 29th. 1909, and recorded in deed book No 28, page 467 Garrard County clerks office. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy a debt of James I. Hamilton against the defendant, W. L. Huffman, debt and interest amounting to date of sale to $648.43 also debt of J. S. Johnson against the defendant, W. L. Huffman, debt and interest to date ojE sale amounting to $1,296.86 and the estimated cost of the action $110.55 for which judgment has been rendered in the above styled action. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security for the purchase price, due in six and twelve months bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C.f and a lien will be reserved upon the property until all the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN, Master Com. Gar; Circuit Court. G. B. Swinebroad, Atty. Beginning at a point in a hollow about 10 feet north of a scalped elm in line to Tom Lane and corner to Annie Stone, with lane up a hollow S 89 W. 1:66 chains to a point on north side of hollow, corner to same and John Mar-sewith said Marsee still up hollow S follows;e, i jului ur Dresses, White Dresses, Wash Dresses, Skirts and Waists at Very Decided reductions. May 8th to 18th rtif nuNUKtu WiLL Sir" SUITS SP I HERE practically at the beginning of the season you can make your selections from a full stock of new garments and get prices usually made at the end of the season. While there "will be a wide range of garments to select from we advise you to come early and get your choice. SALE ENDS SATURDAY NIGHT, MAY 18th. . $9.95 No Goods Laid Aside Or Sent Out On Approval. Sill Dresses, Cheap. Tailored Suits. $9.95 -- A You will be surprised at the quality of these suits. The materials are fine Serges, Whipcords and novelty cloths, all neatly tailored and Silk lined. Colors are Navy, Black, Tans, Greys, etc., and regular prices were $15.00, $17.50 and $18.50. Every Silk Dress in our stock from cheapest to finest will be offered at greatly reduced prices during this sale. We have an unusually attractive line for you to select from. The materials are Foulards, Pongees, Taffetas, Silk Serges, Chiffons, Crepe Meteors and French Challies. Fifty styles from $7 to 35. Many beautiful dresses will be in the sale k at $9. $10 and $12. $13.75 Tailored Suits. $13.75 jd.ub SILK DRESSES. This is the largest lot we will offer and consists of about seventy-five high grade Tailored Suits which were considered extra good values at $20, The Materials are Men's Serges in Black and Navy and many single suits in Novelty materials all handsomely lined with all silk Peau de Cygne all in very latest models, and are suits that are usually sold at $25. We offer one lot of about 25 Silk Dresses at choiee for $3.95. The materials are all Silk Foulards, Pongeas and a few Wool Dresses. White Dresses. Finest line of Imported Voile and Lingerie Dresses we have ever shown Prices from $6. to $45. All styles, from very plain to most elaborate, suitable for all occasions. Right now is the time for such dresses to be most in demand, but for ten days we will offer every White Dress at greatly reduced prices. None reserved. All of our big line of TUB Dresses will be included in this Sale and for ten days will be offered very cheap. Materials are Corduroy, Linens, Ginghams, Tissues, etc. Season is just beginning. $2 China Silk Slips, colors only, were $5. $16.75 Tailored Suits. $16.75 beautifully tailored and lined. This lot consists of about twenty desirable Suits originally sold at $25. each. Every suit in the lot is new and desirable and Wash Dresses. Chiffon Waists. $19.75 Tailored Suits. $19.75 I This lot consists of about fifty suits made by one of New Yorks most exclusive tailoring concerns and better tailoring can not be had at any price. JSvery detail of these suits, materials, linings, shaping of neck and shoulders, and finishing, is perfect, and original prices were $30. to $35 and for ten days will be JOmuO During this sale we will offer choice of all our newest Chiffon Waists, were $6, for $3.95 Not a very big line but very choice styles. 40.33 $5.75 Linen Suits. N $19.75 Finely tailored Coat Suit made of excellent quality pure Linen Cloth in natural color. BUD HALL. make the season of 1912 at my stable, 35 miles from Lancaster, on Lexington pike, at Will $23.75 Tailored Suits. $23.75 SILK PETTICOATS. 1 ill At this price we will offer you choice of any of our finest Suits The original prices of these were $35, $37.50, $40 and $45. Materials are finest possible and tailoring the highest grade. We will offer special for this sale Fifty Petticoats made of Pure Silk Taffeta at $1.50 each. They are in colors only. All other Silk Petticoats at very low prices for this Sale. $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt.. Bud Hall is 15 hands high, was sired by Hockaday's Rex Peavine. y ated upon'for appendicitis last week is were with Mr. and Mrs. Elverton HERE AT HOME. should any occur. Saturday and Sunday. recovering nicely. Also at same time and place I will Lancaster Citizens Gladly Testify And Mr. Isaac Montgomery bought of Mr. Rev. Simpson preached at Polly's stand my big Jack, BEECHER MORB. F. Jennings 1G acres of land located Bend school house Sunday afternoon Confidently Recommend Doan's GAN, at $10. to insure a living colt. in Jessamine county for $500. and organized a Sunday School. Kidney Pi.Is. a large Hudson & Hughes carry R. C. SCHOOLER, Lancaster, Ky. J, E. Scott has purchased a Flanders is testimony like the following that stock of MILLET, HUNGARIAN, machine and will use it to convey the It COW PEAS and CANE mail from Bryantsville to Burgin, behas placed Doan's Kidney Pills" so far SOJA BEANS, 26. SEED. Phone ginning July 1st. above competitors. When people right Mrs. Isaac Montgomery and children Hudson & Hughes carry a large here at home raise their voice in praise there is no room left for doubt. Read are visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. stock of MILLET, HUNGARIAN, No. 922. Vol 11. SOJA BEANS, COW PEAS and CANE the public statement of a Lancaster B. F. Jennings in Jessamine county, Sired by Washington.No 54, by Crom Mr. and Mrs. Elishua Forbs of SEED. Phone 26. citizen: well No 73, by Washington Denmark were with her mother Mrs. Bet-ti- e The stork has paid three visits C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St., No 64. First dam, Bell by Rhoderick, Jackson Saturday and Sunday. Lancaster, Ky.. says: "Nearly every To Mrs. Ed Eason on the 27th., No 104; second dam by Denmark. Doan's Kidney Pills so as spring I use a boy; To Mrs I. Congleton on the 4th. This champion five gaited saddle stalARE YOU GUILTY? to keep me in good health. During the a little daughter, To Mrs. ""Joe Hamil lion of Kentucky, which everybody in colds settle on my kidneys and winter ton, a boy. this and adjoinng counties knows him kidney action became irregular. I Do You Smoke too Much. Drink too At noon last Thursday the spirits of both as a great show horse as well as a the also had backaches and pains through Much, Eat too Much? Mrs. Mary Johnson took its flight she breece. He will make the season of 1912 my kidneys. A. friend told me about to a limited number of mares, at $25. It takes a mighty good stomach too had been ill for months and her death Kidney Pills and I used them. to insure a living colt Also for service Doan's ieel ready for a good breakfast the came not as a surprise. Her death They stopped the pains and my kidneys at the home of her morning after the banquet or social C became normal. For sale by all dealers PRESTON F. Ison where she. had made her home session. n Co., 50 cents. By Preston 922, first dam Mamie Wil- Price "What do you want for breakfast?" years, funeral conducted by H. J. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the She leaves three daughters Mrs son, by Ogdenburg, second dam Katy inquired Brown's good wife. Maloy, one of the best show mares the United States. "Just a pleasant smile and a breath Celica Armstrong of Louisville, Mrs. Remember the name Doan's and state ever produced. Fee $15.00 Presof fresh air," answered Brown the Brumfield of Jessamine Co, and Mrs. ton, Jr., is a light bay horse with four take no other. morning after an important meeting at C F. Ison of this place also one son. mm white feet to the ankle. Three years the lodge. Mt. Hebron old, 15j hands high, a horse of good If you eat, smoke or drink to much Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps? conformation, short back, great shoul always remember that two little Mr. and Mrs. Edd Grow Were in Lexders, long neck and good foot and bone. No never. Its foolish to fear a stomach tablets taken just Has been handled very little but has ington last Tuesday. evil, when there are real and dead before you go to bed will destroy all Mr. J. E. Sherrow bought of R. L.' poisonous gases and leave you with a ly perils to guard against in swamps style, action and shows great speed. See this horse before you book your Sherrow a hiefer for $25. and marshes, bayous, and lowlands. sweet, clean stomach in the moi'ning. mares and I know yon will look no Mr. Millard Hamm who has typhoid For indigestion and all stomach dis- These are the malaria germs that cause further. tress, fever is improving slowly. is the best prescrip- ague, chills and fever, weakness, aches Both will make the season at my Mr. Jno Jackson bought of Mr. J. E. tion in the world. R. E. McRoberts. & in the bones and muscles and may . instable in Crab Orchard, Ky. Will keep Sherrow a work mule, price $142.50. Son sells it on money back plan. Large duce deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitbox only 50 cents. mares'on grass at $2.50 per month, but Messsrs Chas. Duncan ters destroys an,d casts out these viciand Tim Ford will not be responsible for accident or ous germs from the blood, "Three delivered to C. A. Arnold some hogs at escape of stock. lien retained on colts 6 bottles drove alr-thmalaria from my BDENA V18TA cents. .until season is paid. Season is due if system," wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Mr. Eugene Thistler of Harrodsburg Lucama, N. C, "and I've had" fine mares are traded or parted with or Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow and daughter were guests of his father at Loyd was mingling with friends here bred to other stock. health ever since. Use this safe, sure Saturday and Sunday. remedy only. 50c at R. E. McRoberts Crab OrclurJ, ft. J. Mr. Earl Grow and wife of. Loyd Miss Mattie Coulter, who was oper- - & Son. . ', Le-ma- 1st dam Nell, sired by Mark Diamond Mark Diamond's dam was by Peavine 2nd dam Mollie, sired by McElroy.etc Season due when colt is foaled or mare is parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible A. B. Robertson & Bro. DANVILLE, KENTUCKV. DEAFNESS CURED. When Caused By Catarrh. Mr and Mrs Alexandra Walker of MANY FAILURES Lancaster visited Mr and Mrs Kemp Walker Sunday. But Parisian Sage OYercame Miss Kron- PRESTON Mc-Crea- ry re-cen- oc-cur- ed JR. son-in-la- w Foster-Milbur- Tom-linso- n. in your ears, catarrh germs are making their way from the nose to the ears through the tubes. Many cases of deafness caused by catarrh have been cured by breathing HYOMEI. It reaches the inflamed membrane, heals the soreness and banishes catarrh, which is the cause of most deafness. F. C. Vanaman, railroad conductor Sutton were guests of Miss Nancy of Binghamton, N. Y. writes that he Haggan of Danville Saturday and Sunwas cured of deafness after specialists day. had failed. Misses Pearl and Kate Ham of Hy- HYOMEI (pronounce it ) attsville attended preaching at Antioch is guaranteed to cure catarrh, coughs, ( bunday and were the guests of Miss colds, asthma, croup, and sore throat, Bertie Walker. or money back. Complete outfit with Hudson & Hughes carry a large inhaler $1.00. Extra bottle 50 cents. stock of MILLET, HUNGARIAN, Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son, the SOJA BEANS. COW PEAS and CANE enterprising pharmacist, and druggists SEED. Phone 26. everywnere. Mrs Bell Snyder and daughter Miss High-o-me- If you have ringing noises Mr. and Mrs. A. C; Miller and daugher's Hair Troubles ter Miss Agness spent Sunday with Wm. Simpson and family. PARISIAN SAGE is not guaranteed . r n o. nover are spenu--, , I.to grow nair on oaiu heads but it is iur anul lvirs n m , tt ing several days with friends and rcl- - guaranteed by the well known druggist-ativein Nicholasville and Lexington. R. E. McRoberts & Son to stop falling MissesLillian Mitchel and jNell Wal- - hair eradicate dandruff and stop itch-teof Nicholasville were guests of 'mS scalp, or money back. Sold in every Mrs. E. C, Grow Saturday and Sunday. town in Ameiica by leading druggist3 Misses Annie Walker and Lillie Mae for 50 cents a bottle. Read Miss Krug .. s rs A ! er's letter. TEATEKSVILLE. Mrs. Walter Grow is very sick. Bill Cruze sold a horse to Morris Long for $135. Miss Buelah Beazley spent Thursday night with Miss Her Hill. Mr, and Mrs Ollle Bogie spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Noel. Miss Francis Bogie is visiting her sister Mrs. O. K. Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Broaddus spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mr and Mrs Elbert Calico spent Sunday with Mr Ambrse Calico of Madison. Mr E. B, Ray and family spent Sunday with Mr Charlie Cotton and PARISIAN SAGE is the best hair grower and beautifier and dandruff cure. I lost all of my hair throuch tv- phold fever; I was almost baldheaded and my scalp was as sore as could be. I tried everything, but in vain. Finally I tried PARISIAN SAGE, and after i using one bottle my hair started tc grow, and nas grown threa or four inches inside of two months. I advise every woman who wants beautiful hair to use Parisian Sage Miss Meta M. Ocie, Mr Samuel Taylor, Mr and Mrs Kruger, Browntown, Minn. Emit Long, Mr and Mrs Lottie Rayney .d Mr and Mrs Morris Long, were guests of Mr Dave Long Sunday. PLA.TW00D baved Child From Death. MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A e , Z.lkm, 1-- m tion. It had a bad cough all the time. " e tried many remed es without avail, and doctor's medicine seemed as useless. Finally we tried Dr. King's New Discovery, and are pleased to say that one bottle effected a complete cure, and our child is again strongand healthy." For coughs, colds, hoarsness, lagrippe, asthma croup and sore lungs, its the most infallible remedy that's made. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Miss Bessie Gulley and Mrs. Gilbert, were guests of Mrs Ed Simp-- Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. son Sunday; r . W. H. Furr bought a yearling mule "After our child had suffered from from Andrew Conn for $75.00 severe bronchial trouble for a year." There has been a Sunday School orwrote G. T. Richards, of Richardson's ganized at Union school house. Mills, Ala., "we feared it had consumpJohn Longworth has rented mill and engine to Mr. Condon of his saw Crab-Orchar- d. W. H. Furr sold about 29 acres of land near Cartersville to Andrew Conn for $325,00. Hudson J.S. 1-- m while plowing. & Hughes carry a large of MILLET. HUNGARIAN SOJA BEANS, COW PEAS and CANE SEED. Phone 26. Thomas Worrell had. the misfortune to lose a valuable horse last week stock & i I jr viL rW 4 N S.33L Jts ' imi ! Ti rm nrn ot it 'f !"J"'""J " i..,.. .1..-J...J-- . ttimTi"iTTfrTrnrTff"Tr,"M"7TM"M' r x FT-1- p Hh All That Is New and Beautiful! IN s i ? Ladies' Suits, Coats and Dresse. A The Newest Effect in Ladies' Foot-we- ar. late Shipment of RUGS just received in the Best Designs. Wash Fabrics Truly Beautiful. s IE ' Spring Woolens that you do not find elsewhere. ) I The Joseph Mercantile Company. The Store Of Style and Quality, r- - I I . K -- a i- - Gossip About People N N N 1 Miss Mary Walker is relatives in Mississippi. I w A Brief Mention of the Coinings and Goincr Lv Those Wt Are Interested In. r John f-- t Deere and Hoosier Corn DRILLS & PLANTERS John Deere and Oliver Cultivators, Double and Single Disc Harrows, Durham Rollers and Smoothing Harrows. American Fence with the heavy stay. Call and get our prices, we can save you money. Mr. and Mrs. Carrier and little son were .in Lexington Thursday. Miss Nancy Long of Kirksville has been a visitor in Lancaster. Mrs. Thomas Parks of Danville was a visitor in Lancaster Saturday. Mrs. W. J. Romans and daughter have been visiting in Stanford. Miss Fannie Carpenter of Crab Orchard is visiting Mrs. Thomas Howard. Mrs. Emma Bush of Richmond came Tuesday for a visit to Rev. and Mrs. 0. P. Bush. "" YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, j 'Mrs. Susie Dudley of Richmond is V, with Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dudley. Mrs Jeff Dunn of Lexington is visitBoarders wanted. J. P. Prather. ing her father, Mr John K. West and family. Screen doors, wire screen at a barMrs. George Burdette of Louisville gain. Conn Bros. has been with her sister Mrs. 'J. W. A special price on garden hose. Miller. I, r 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 Mrs. Carrie Davidson has been visiting her sister Mrs. W. A. Carson of Conn Bros. Stanford. Dont forget to see W. J. Romans you want a stove or range. if H. Maurice Dudley has joined his wife We are offering special bargains in and children here after a winters stay Buggies and Harness. Conn Bros. in Panama. Great bargains on buggy harness at Miss Frankye KaufFman has been in W. J. Romans. Richmond the guest of her cousin Miss Van Greenleaf. Miss Eliza Rucker of Paint Lick was Miss Callie Adams guest for the Con- vention. Mrs. Russel Denton who is with her daughter Mrs. V, A. Lear is numbered with the sick. Miss Carrie Walton Anderson has been the guest of Miss Ruth Breeding of Richmond. J. h3 R. MOUNT, SON & CO. Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance . --. Attention Farmers. " o "y o If II We make a specialty of your needs and write a policy especially adapted for your property. It will pay you to investigate our Misses Sadie Cecil and Dove Harris of Danville spent Sunday with Miss Kate Kinnaird. Mrs. Jack Adams has returned from the Crab Orchard Sanatorum, much improved in health. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of Co Danville were with Mrs. Rebecca West for the Convention. Mrs. W. A. Price and T. J. Price Jr. have returned from a pleasant stay of several weeks in Florda. o The Chautauqua Circle will meet Sat 03 urday afternoon at the home of Misses Helen and Martha Gill. Misses AlHe and Stella Hendren left this week to attend the Commencement O exercises at Harriman College Tenn. Walker has returned from a year's sojourn in California, Okla- homa and Texas. Miss Susie Brashear entertained Elder F. M. Tinder's Bible Class on this Friday evening. Miss Anna Miller left Saturday for a visit to her sisters and brothers in Charleston, West Va. 'I Miss LaVerne and Janie Nevius have been visiting their grandmother Mrs. Mattie Nevius in Stanford. Dr S. P. Grant and Mrs Grant and daughter, Miss Leila, of Danville are guests of Lancaster relatives. Mrs. Sarah Carrington of Nicholas-vill- e was Mrs. G. M. Patterson's guest the latter part of the W. C. T. U. C. D. Sheep shearing, a pleasure if you use Conn Bros. our shears. See W. J. Romans for your house ViTl-- z -- paints and oils. See our Lawn Mowers, they are what you are looking for. Conn Bros. For thirty days you can get a bargain on a buggy or driveing wagon at W. P&&& '.- wis "33 -- J. Romans. .sMJ'tf: K. a3P -H kfc?vSi-4- mS&AtWSSMUSL mA-yci- i 3P S T a ' ww mWTVviii.:T-- ' e3l "ft iMiffi n S--- t r'i ifffcfli'Jif See W. J. Romans fine buggies and driveing wagons they are beauties, and prices very low. Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. gloves silks, Klenzona. For cleaning woolen goods without injury to color or fabric. Miss Rella Arnold. Strayed to my place about March 15 a black sow. Owner can have same by paying all charges and proving property. J. T. Rainey Last as long as the building, and neer need rtoalrs never need any attention, except an occasional coat of paint. Just the thing for ell kinds of country binldings. Fite-pioHandsome Inexpensive. Can be laid right ever wood shingles without dirt or bother. (4) of SPECIAL EXCURSION Convention. I: Misses Delia Tinder and Mary ElWool sacks at Sweeney's stable. I more are expected home Tuesday from will be at the depot in Lancaster every Greensburg, where they filled creditable positions as teachers in the school Saturday to receive wool. Tag Wool nicely. d J. D. Easly the past year. 3t-p- For Sale. Write Home To Mother. 91.3U ffiTflmiijttirni'S .50 mm. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May 19th. 1 m. B m. BH I ! special policy. 3 KEMPER Garnett Kemper. & WOODS, R. G. Woods. The Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U. D. C. will meet Monday, May 13th, at the home of Mrs. B. F. Hudson. Misses Elizabeth Lines of Nicholas-vill- e and Margaret Millward of Lexington are guests of Miss Fannie Tin-.de- r. PAINT LICK, KY. Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. 03 HARTFORD, H Aetna, National Of Hartford. Mrs. Lester Hilton and Miss Minuie Woods of Stanford were Miss Susie Hilton's guests for the W. C. T. U Convention. ta We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE ' BEAZLEY Phone or call on us , Office at National Bank. Sr at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. COLLIER " r- - "GLEN LIU" Manager Lowell and wife of the Hotel, Danville, drove over Sunday and spent the day with Mr. Zim-mat the Kengarlan. Mr. Johnnie Glenn, formerly a tobacco buyer on the Richmond breaks for the R. J. Reynold Co. was the guest of Lancaster friends Sunday. The Presbyterian Missionary Society met Monday afternoon at the church, Alter a report or the delegates an in teresting program was rendered. Mrs Eldred Nicholas Rodrlck and little daughter of Jacksonville, Flordia will arrive next wqek to be the guests of Mrs John M. Mount for a month. Mrs. J. B. Collier has returned from a visit to her sons, Mr Wm. Collier and family at Belle Jellico Ky, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collier at Fork Ridge Gil-cher er Write a letter home to mother boys, She longs to hear from you, There's no love like a mother's love, None so pure and true. Her prayers for you are constant, For her there is not lest. Love's flame burns bright Both day and night In every mother's breast. She cared for you in childhood. As none but mother could. She shared your little troubles As no other would. Must you then forsake her When her hair has turned to gray? She loves you still, as when a babe, As though 'twas yesterday. Write a letter home to cheer her May each word be blessed, No other can be nearer, She loves the black sheep best. Don't wait until That may be too late; She may be with the angels Beyond the golden gate. WILL H. MYERS. DEAFNESS CURED. Three 'Jersey heifers, well broken and will be fresh within a short time. F. M. Tinder. 'Notice. All persons having claims against the estate of W. H. Ward, deceased will present them to the undersigned properly proven, and all person owing the deceased please call and settle. Milton Ward, Exec. Coal, Lime and Cement. Round Trip Trip Round SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Just received a car load of Rex round A Genuine Hair Restorer. When Caused By Catarrh. It is easy for the housewife when she T makes bread from the products of the Garrard BigiliUiJijijij F Milling Co, mm Lancaster. Kentnrkv. mmmmmmmwm If you have ringing noises in your ears, catarrh germs are making their way from the nose to the ears through the tubes. Many cases of deafness caused by catarrh have been cured by breathing HYOMEI. It reaches the inflamed membrane, heals the soreness and banishes catarrh, which is the cause of most deafness. Tennessee. F. C. Vanaman, railroad conductor Prof. J. Milton Elliott, who formerly of Binghamton, N. Y. writes that he lived here and who visits his brother was cured of deafness after specialists Dr. Elliott and family quite frequently, had failed. ) HYOMEI (pronounce it will be united in marriage in June to is guaranteed to cure catarrh, coughs, Mrs. Mabel Magoffin of Frankfort. croup, and sore throat, Miss Georgia Dunn left Friday for colds, asthma, or money back. Complete outfit with Louisville and Eddyville to spend a few bottle 50 cents. days before going to Owensboro where inhaler $1.00. Extra Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son, the she will make an address at the annual pharmacist, and druggists convention of ihe Kentucky Christian enterprising everywhere. Endeavor Union. Robert E, Hughes and family- - came Registered Jersey Bull down from Louisville Saturday in Mr. Hughes new "1912 Hudson" and over Sunday the guest of Mr. J. W. Miller and Judge M. D. Hughes and family. "Bob" is now one of the prominent business men of Louisville, Season 1912. lTee$1.00. Two miles being president of the Kentucky Elec from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike tric Co., the largest institution of its R. E. kind in the state. High-o-me-- coal, very superior cooking coal, lie on Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair car, 12c delivered. Also a car of lime and restore the color to gray or faded hair? in sacks and barrels, and will sell any There are many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it is amount. Kosmo? Portland cement,best probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their on market. See me before buying. manufacturers. H. B. Northcott. 2t. 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 appearance. 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, but heretofore they have met with no success. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Prof. Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless vegPlffs. etable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer and will grow hair and Elias Leavell's Admr. et al. does not contain any dye of any kind, but will postively restore the natural colVs Notice Defts. or and brilliatcy to gray and faded hair. Elias Leavell's Heirs, et al., This is a very strong statement to make and if any chemist without the All persons having claims against the recognized ability and national reputation of Prof. Rembler were to make this estate of Elias Leavell, deceased, are hereby notified to and required to pre- claim we would be inclined to be skeptical as to its truth. It will be rememsent the same properly proven as re- bered by readers that are familiar with scientific discoveries that Prof. Remquired by law to the undersigned com- bler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding glass and also the Remmissioner at his office on or before the bler wireless Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler is entitled to 15th. day of May 1912 and all claims consideration as he would not make any statements which were not true and not so proven and presented shall be would injure his established reputation. The Siloron Mfg, Co. of Pueblo, Colo, have purchased the exclusive barred. American rights to manufacture Sagine, as they have named Prof Rembler'a W. H. BROWN, M. C. Garrard Circuit Court. 3t invention, after having made a six month's test of Sagine and thoroughly demonstrating that it would postively do the work. The Siloron Mfg. Co. ,have authorized us to make the following remarkable offer to all who need a "Genso-call- Notice To Cred itors. It-ha- s Notice To Reuben Reuben Vs Notice, GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Stinnett's Executor, Stinnett's Heirs PlfFs. Foxy Alex 103717. & Creditors, Defendants. All persons having claims against the estate of Reuben Stinnett, deceased, are hereby notified to and required to present same, properly proven s required by law, to the undersigned commissioner at his office on or before May 15th. 1912 and all claims not so proven and presented by said date shall be barred. - HENRY. W. H. BROWN, M. C. Garrard Circuit Court. , 3t. . 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 any dissatisfied 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 $5 and it will ba sent to you by express in plain wrapper. The Siloron Mfg. C6..is incorporated under the Laws of the State of Colorado and refer you to the mercantile agencies or any Pueblo banks as to their ability to fulfill any agreement they make. THE SILORON MF'G CO., Pubk, Colo. . Jw. , a n- - ?a 3 j.i"-- . i v v- - 33 - ' W A ,2,v ". " t -- . 'Byrv-'i?- A Jl -- st" Electric Bitters Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. J M BEAZLEY Funeral Director ! FARMER'S COLUMN! dpaco below this heading la lor tne exclusive usa of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No "notice will be accepted over four .lines, and will be only in two Issues of the Record, free of charge Poultry Column S. C. W. Leghorns. r I frfrXrt000O6PC0 frOO0OOO0OOOOOOeOOOCOOOOOOOOO 1 .! Wasted Effort Dr. R. oo$ 'andErribalmer Office Phone 31. L Pontius, Surgeon 4fe v it is the best medicine, ever sold over FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE a druggist's counter. Residence Phone Veterinary ; LANCASTER. KY. J. T. Raney sold one pair of mules to Mrs. Carrie Davidson for $320.00. Fob'Sale: work mules. Piano FREE This is a Picture of one of the For Sale Stock from Prize Winners at Atlanta, Louisville, Ciacinnati and other shows. Several pairs of young A few Cockerels left. Eggs priced acJ. T. Rainey. cording ts pen. J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. Some sows and pigs, also some good fence posts. J. A Corn, '' Jr. Eggs For Sale. Joe. Aldridge, Marksbury, Ky has S. C. Brown Leghorns eggs 75 cents one hundred and thirty five yards of per 15 or $5.00 per 100 can fill incubator extra early tobacco bed for sale. order on short notice. Mrs. J. M. Cress, R. F. D. No. 4, PAINT LICK. Mr. W. G. Kemper of Lexington was in our town last week. Miss Margaret Rennick will leave next Saturday for a visit to friends in Louisville. Misses Alma and Mary Lear left for Macon Ga., Monday to attend Reunion. The many friends of Mrs. John Terry were glad to see her out Sunday, after a long illness. Misses Nettie Treadway and Docia Metcalf were visitors in Richmond last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Stella Hunt who has been trimming this season for Mrs. Ely left Monday for Louisville. Dr. and Airs.- Treadway took their little son Quinton to Louisville last - Stanford, Ky. Phone 380-- G Lancaster Exchange"1 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. FREE PI- ANOS to be given away HI ISUUKKIlK. I HJ nVHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHBHHHHHHHHHHHBHHHHHHHH)SEHHVH BIIsVAVAVAVAVAVAVbVAVAhhBVABhVAVAvAbVBhbb nflrSBBBVlsVAVM in our great Piano 8fl -- fMffrr fc j''iPTT"'7MiiMf'"JWMMPEri71iBlMBr iHrTagMMiMl 1 But you can see the original by calling at the store of R. S. Brown in Lancaster, or Becker, Ballard & Co., at Bryantsville. Votes given on all purchases at the above two stores,and given in either contest on subscriptions and renewals to The Central Record. GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS Mr. Will Bogie of Indiana has been visiting Mr. Andrew Bogie. Friday for an operation. Dr. Perkins of Oklahoma is mingling j.ne "rostai having iJank" was with friends and relatives here. opened at the Post Office the first day Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles were visiof May with a nice little deposit. tors in Nicholasville Saturday and Mrs. Parish Davis and little Ray Sunday. Rucker of Camphellsville are guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Brown and Mr. and Mrs. I. C. Rucker and family. family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Wallace, Misses Lucy Mrs. Hanley Kurtz. Francis and Eliza Rucker attended the Mr. Nick Schooler and sister Miss W. C. T. U. Convention in Lancaster Lina of Kirksville were visitors here last Thursday. the first of the week. Hudson & Hughes carry a large Mrs. Mary Dickerson and daughter stock of MILLET. HUNGARIAN Miss Katie Mae spent last week with SOJA BEANS, COW PEAS and CANE relatives in Richmond. SEED. Phone 26. Hudson & Hughes carry a large Dr. Smith and family of Williams- stock of MILLET, HUNGARIAN, burg are stopping with Mr. and Mrs. SOJA BEAES, COW PEAS and CANE W. F. Parks, the Dr. will locate here SEED. Phone 26. and have rooms with Mrs. Vina Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Sanders motored over from Crab Orchard Sunday and Mr. and Mrs. Doc Hendron of Kfrks-villwere guests of her parents Mr. and Misses Jeanette McWhorter of Mrs. Hiram Ray. Richmond and Miss McWhorter of Berea spent Saturday and Sunday with Misses Stella and Lula McWhorter. A. Face Retenoid. L, adies Delight. It Started The World. A. Freckle Remover. when the astounding claims were first B leaches the Skin. made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, but A. labasterlike Effect. forty years of wonderful cures have S mooth, velvety skin. proved them true, and everywhere it is X onic for Face Muscles. now known as the best salve on earth R. ejuvenates Your Youth. for Burns, Boils, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, O f Great Beautifying Power. Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, Eczema, L. ovelier Facial Appearance. Chapped hands, Fever Sores and Piles. Alabastrol Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. In the last two months we sold 1,852 er. e, Facts. 1-- m packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because Cure Diseases, The Bible says so9 & it is being proven every day by CHARLIE WHITEM00N, 3729-3- 1 -- it is the most perfect production of its Women! If weak, you need Cardui, the woman's ionic Cardui is made from gentle herbs, acts in a natural manner, and has no bad results, as some of the strong drugs sometimes used. As a medicine a tonic for weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, Cardui has been a popular success for over 50 years. kind on the market, universally indorsed by users. Removes Freckles, Sun- burn, Tan, etc Allays chafed skin the Cow Boy Herbalist y W. Broadway, LonisvMe, Ky. in every human heart lies a NATURAL; desire for NATURE'S medicines, Roots & Kerbs. Too long have the secrets of nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded God's promises. Modern doctors think only of "operations" & strong drugs, while human suffering & deaths from disease increase rapidly every year. & among the Indians give me a peculiar Health .is natural, disease unnatural. My .years of experience as a Cow-bo"fitness" & Knowledge of "the powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured & are curing Blood Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced incurable by the best doctors. I want to PROVE this to the world & to anyone asking, I will mail the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOHERBALIST," absolutely free. If you are not enjoying ALL the blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of inquiry promptly answered. composed of 16 Roots & Herbs, makes the name of my great TONIC, full quarts of medicine, lasts about 3 months, costs only one dollar & is LEG ALL Y GUARANTEED to satisfy is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS THE PURCHASER or money refunded. IN MEDICINE for the nerves, strmach, liver, kidneys, boxvels, bladder & blood. A household remedy most excellent. Ask for if your druggist hasn't got it or won't get it, WILL FILL YOUR ORDERS POSTAGE PAID. CHARLIE WHITE-MOON- S SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR HUMAN SKIN ONL Y, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. 10c or 3 bars 25c at all dealers, Retail, who are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. "Deep down Y B57 Take CARDUI and is the Ideal Combination Cream and powder. None give that soothing, puffed in. cooling feeling as Alabastrol and whose When he had become petrified to his use is so much appreciated. It acts on knees another headlight loomed up the face not unlike a refreshing, cool- and dashed by without stopping. It ing Spring Morning. We guarantee it was an express train temporarily out of its orbit because of Bellfire's froto be satisfactory in every respect. Mailed to your home in generous size zen train. By the time another appackages and in plain wrapper for 50 peared Bellflre was ice to his neck. Stiffly he stumbled on board and Cents Silver. No Samples. dropped himself against a door. He The Siloeon Mf'g Co., did not dare sit down because he was Pueblo, ColoradoJ firmly convinced that If he did so ho would splinter into icicles. When he I had thawed out enough to have human intelligence Bellflre observed that 337-Arnold, Henry Store. the train was making no stops what6 Burnett & Elliott Office ever. Just as this fact dawned upon 310-Res. him the lights of his own station apBurnside, Robt Ho blinked, vanished. 392-Res. peared, Burton, R. I. grabbed the conductor and protested 161 Conn Bros. Hardware. "And," Mrs. Bellflre added with a slightly acid touch, "you might he Offlice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. here on time, for a change." Bellflre quailed, as a well trained Lancaster, -- -- Kentucky husband should have done under the previous circumstances. For on the five evenings dinner had waited, cool400 O4ooooaooooooooeooooeooo 0003 ed, collapsed into a sodden mess because of his nonarrival at the prop"" er time. "I will be "homo tonight," he assured of QUALITY. his wife, "at 6 o'clock. I shall start in plenty of time to allow for distraclVicKODerts. tions and, anyhow, I don't think I OOCOOOOctto044Ooy3 should be blamed because an old friend sprung up out of the earth and talked a half hour, or for a slow watch or for a slow client! However, barring earthquakes and convulsions of nature, this evening will see me ARE YOU GOING? here when ou expect me!" I am going to the Three Chair Shop "I certainly hope so," Mrs. Bellflre to get my Face and Head Changed told him. "I am sure the cook will where you don't have te wait a minute leave if it happens again!" Richmond Street. Bellflre started that evening for the HENRY DUNCAN suburban express train, which left at The Old Reliable Barber. 5:25. He was going to make a good job of it and arrive home with fiften minutes to spare. It was bitter cold W. and the train so crowded that the best . he could do was to wedge himself to dodging the rain of cinders. Ordinarily it took the express train Physician End Surgeon. fifteen minutes to make the run. It LAN'CASTER, KY. had been traveling five minutes when Office Phone (J. Residence Phone 220 it stumbled and then stopped. It did not resume its progress. Men began to fold their newspapers and scowl. Then they began to investigate. It seemed that the locomotive wss frozen up! A roar of indignation arose from the passengers. Somebody scratched LIVERY, the frost from a window and announced that they were nearly opposite an Then a local intermediate station. Stanford Street. train puffed in at that platform. In the exodus which ensued Bell-fir- e LANCASTER, KENTUCKY found himself crushed off on the snow covered ground. He stood knee OtEce Hours OS fts? deep in a snowbank and blinked at the so 12. 1 p. m. to 4. Storxne' ltwg awru distant platform, the trainmen swing- S.m ing warning lanterns and ordering HP. their escaping trainload back. Then he, too, began hopping over intervenDENTIST. ing tracks. He might lose his life, Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. but he had to be home at 6 o'clock. He dodged a through train, knocked down a fat man and joined the shivering crowd clustering about the H. wrong end of the local platform. The ascending spirals of frosted breath that went up from every individual County looked like dozens of little campfires. PHOXE 329-- J. On the end of the platform the ever Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture sMre. present busy person was giving orLancaster, Kentucky ders. "Now, we've got to get the ladies up here!" he said. "This man and I'll give 'em a hand and you fellows down there get 'em started!" A riot ensued, punctuated by shrieks of, "Oh, it's so terribly high!" "Take ! Stay away Willie first! from the edge of that platform!" "Why B. W. Morrow, "Oh, I've dropped my bag'!" Graduate Optician don't they have steps here? I should Glasses fitted. Satisfaction uaarattcl. think there would be steps!" Bellflre, being large, soon found that he was doing most of the heavy work. The process of boosting numberless women, each weighing twenty-fiv- e pounds of furs and other wraps above normal, is exhausting. When PiiYsican Bellflre at last clambereJ up he was Offiice over Logan's store. disheveled, puffing, limp. He dragged himself to that level just In time to Residence Pboue 75. Office Phone 6 see the last of the crowd swing on the last platform of the local that had and Dentist. tun riowers Where Where -- V - ELLIOTT, J. W. SWEENEY FEED and SALE STABLE. 33. "Waxt:er, TINSLEY, Surveyor. d. Wil-l-ee- DE.TTiii.BTJBNETT and Surgeon. V H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky. New Phones. H A H M. K. Denny "1 DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. 357-- Q The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Lula Walden, of Gramlin, S. C, followed this advice. Read her letter: "I was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. Cotton, C. S. 378-- J Center, Walter, 220 Elliott, Dr. W. M. 174-Fox, J. C. B Res. . raucously. ' Res. Res. Res. train is a special and doesn't stop again till it gets to Flowerdale at the end of the line." e "Nope," said the conductor. "This J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTOBNEY. j COM-CEL-SAR- is BODY-BUILDE- R, COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R. I Farmer's Union 393-Gosney, N. J. 5 Hurt & Anderson. 165 Hurt F. G. 199 G r Store. Res. 387-- A 38J-K 239 186 69 21 323 339-- Q S Kurtz H. M. Locker B. Long J. P. Lan. Tobocco Ware House. Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. ' Logan H. T. Moore Henry Furniture. Res. Res. Res. Res. Hanna's Green Seal "THE pasting years. MADE-TO-WEA- R PAINT" ujjk v Mahan J. Q. 363-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. Res. Res. Office. Res. Res. 400-- U 384-- A Has stood the test of time and has been improved in quality with the , 383-- U 354-- B Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny is not given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. is a difference. It is a good idea to learn the composition of the paint you intend to use. There Rose Dr. B. C. down the throat of a "eapey" 379-- H Riley J. L. chicken destroys the worms 93 and saves the chick's life. A 85 Robinson Mrs. J. C. few drops In the drinklnff water 50 Ross & Whitlock. J,wL 329-- M Pierce Joe. Rankin T. C. Rankin James Rainey J. T. Ray Mrs. Eliza ' Rose G. C. Store. Res. Res. - 164 Res. Res. Res. Res. Res. Res. " Will Practice in all State Courts and Flowerdale is exactly twenty-onU. S. District Court. A miles beyound Bellfire's station. veil will be drawn over the commun- Office over Police Court. Phone 14 ion that Bellflre had with himself during the trip out, the dismal wait and the trip "back on a local. The very J TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE least and mildest thing, that he could Imagine Mrs. Bellflre doing was dismantling the fiat and packing her trunk. At ten minutes past 8 Bellflre slunk into his apartment The worst was confirmed, for there were no lights. We have moved to East Water street "Emily," he began huskily, "listen one and block East of Lexingwhile I explain, won't you?" There was silence as he turned on a ton avenue. All orders called for and light. Then he saw a penciled scrawl delivered. Phone &10. in the mirror. She had left him, he knew! Finally he summoned enougr fc. Itf. Faulkner, Vlgr. courage to read his wife's message. "Dear John," it ran, "mother phoned for us to come to dinner tonight. Come Lancaster one-ha- lf Dry Cleaning Co ft - on over." "Oh, pickles!" exclaimed Bellflre, thankfully. Then he went out to the pantry and made a ham sandwich. Chicago Dally News. Fruit and Shade Trees The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna's Green Seal Paint. Thk is CURES and PREVENTS GAPES N. white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick diseases. an evideace of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have in thek product . fcfc . .CONN BROTHERS. v r.?. ., -x "i FOR SALE BY . ".-'- BourbonPoultryCure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every ponltry raiser should keep a bottlo of this medicine on hand. Write for free sample and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address. One 50c Bottle of Jr -- -- ' NOUN REMEBT MWAKY, UftM, Ij. Sold by HASELDON BROS. Meats. Res. A Burglar's Awful Deed. ,. Store. 213 Turner & Carpenter. 385-Res. may not paralyze a home so completely Turner Joe Resj as a mother's long illness. .But Dr. 338-Walker Kemp. Res. King's New Life Pills are splendid Everything for Orchard, Lawn and 192 Walker Alex. Livery. remedy for women. "They gave me Garden. Our prices may & Hemdon. 86 Walker interest yoi Res. 41 Wherritt W. H. wonderful benefit in constipation and Res. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. 38 Zanone Miss Margaret Res. female trouble," wrote Mrs. M. C. 397 Bishop Miss Fannie. Veterinay.' Dunlap, of Leadill, Tenn. If ailing, H.E.Hillenmeyer &Son5. 360 Dr. R. L. Pontius. S Bastin Telephone Company, try them.- - 25c at R. E. McRoberts '& 400-- H Schooler Roy. . H Q Strawberry Plants, GrapeVines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses Peonies, and Phlox. ?& - Incorporated. Son. - " - 1-- m Lexington, Kentucky . " v ,v - w -- ,t-'. '. m- - 'i "w V r . V.'? J ra " "''tff r ! . f t $$' . .. - - iir.'55.i-?- - t 2L KrW. -. b5-- -- r 's 'JrT :tv As. te"- - .jC-f-l- . tffefew- -