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Pursley is in Louisville on 1 9 1 Mra. IjJlMrfliBfrHifBifMnlJirilJaT iOrEOlJlH M It will pay you to get our prices on Hon. Jere A. Sullivan candidate for the democratic nomination for congress in this district was in this city Thursday in the interest of his candidacy. Sheep Shearing. ... OF HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MEN OF Lancaster, Ky. Come and let us sell you a farm in Garrard County, where five millions of pounds of the best tobacco is grown annually; where all the agricultural products grow abundantly; where the best live stock is bred; where the blue grass grows; where good schools, moral and hos- Buggies, Wagons, it Sheep shearing is in progress and farmers are realizing 25 cents per nound for their fleeces. Several local buyers are in the market and one firm from Stanford is in the Held. The crop is above the average in quality. Lancaster Wins. The Harrodsburer Hieh School base ball team came over last Saturday and were defeated by the local team by a score of 4 to 1. The batteries for the home team was Doty, pitcher, The and Tribble catchers. interesting one. game was a very Mc-Robe- rts AjiAfriWUVlrMll fgiraisw(5Tj . ; d("Han IftAAAAAAAAAAAAN N m m Plows, Disc Harrows, CORN PLANTERS Land Rollers, Cultivators and all kinds of Implements too numerous to mention. Our Motto Is To Live and Let Live. Our New Hardware Store is in the old Mason Hotel building. s Cut Worms. "f The cut worm, that perennial pest of the farmer, is very much in evidence, the farmers reporting them in large numbers, however, there is very little they can injure just now, as there is no corn up to which they may turn their attention, so they must depend upon the cabbage and tomato plants until corn comes upj and the chances are that before that time hot weather will have put an end to them. pitable people are attracting many home seekers. Lancaster the county seat, has three banks, telephone exchange, electric light plant, creamery, splendid water works system, two flouring mills, grain and hemp warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the L &. N railroad, one of the best graded schools in the State, having an endownment fund of $50,000.00 in addition to.a $30,000.00 new school building under construction. 14 new residences were built last year and not a vacant dwelling nor vacant business house in Lancaster. We can sell homes or choice lots near the school. Our price is the owner's price. We refer to any bank- - or to any official for proof that we will deal fairly with you, as we have done for eight years and have no dissatisfied customers. The following is a partial list of properties worth the prices, as it would ue a loss to us to advertise and show property at a price beyond its market value: No 381. No 382. No 384. No 385. No 386. 23J acres on pike, J mile from City limits, well improved and beautiful location at $5500. 162 acres, 4J miles out, on pike, two dwellings, barn room for 25 acres tobacco, a bargain at $81.50 pel acre. 32 acres 8 miles from town on pike, close to schools and churches, good improvements, price $3200. 60 acres of extra strong rolling land 1J miles from pike at 60. per Durham Duplex Demonstrator W m -- ' learn of the intended removal of Mr. family to Garrard coun-tThev exDect to leave in the next few days and will reside on Mr. Rico's farm, three miles from Lancaster. Mr Rice's health is such that his removal to the country has become necessary and is the very earnest hope of the entire community that he may rapidly recover and come back to Richmond at an early date. We can't well afford to lose permanently such splendid citizens. Z. T. Rice and v. It is with sincerest regret that friends Razors 35c i m m m m See Them fi Buy One. I m ' Climax. CONVENTION DAY. & f CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. &&3X&&SS3S Saturday, May 25th, at one o'clock p. m. at the Court House in Lancaster. The Democrats of Garrard County will decide who they prefer to nominate for president. There has been some about the date. mis-understand-iug here-to-fo- re 1 m- - s Our store is crowded every day with Eager Buyers and every one will tell you that we are selling goods cheaper than they can buy elsewhere. Clothing, - Shoes flats and Furnishing Goods. Fall in line, we are saving Thousand's of people money. We can do the same thing for you. .. , H. T. LOGAN Lancaster, Ky. Suits, Dresses, Ladies ready-to-we- ar Costumes, Raincoats, Linen Dusters, etc., at prices that defy any and all competition acre. Store room and dwelling with 56 acres of land in thriving village. A lOS! I'rSJBrrHJafrlifMiWMrfMfMI) WflfrMfrMWJl'l'fBi good business point. Price 5000. No 387. Splendid dwelling and 4 acres of land, also good store building in village in first class agricultural section at only 4000. A bargain. THE No 388. 198 acres mile from pike, 4 miles from town, 6 room house, 2 tobacco barns, rolling land at 55. per acre. No 389. 73 acres of No. 1. land, well improved, mostly in grass, 3J miles from town on pike. We can sell it for 8200. but it is worth more money. No 390. 90 acres level land, on pike, right at store, school and churches, 2 miles from railroad, well improved, an ideal location at 120, per acre No 391. 55 acres of fairly good land with ordinary improvements and well Will set plants where others fail. worth the price asked, 50. per acre. No 392. 50 acres of good land with new house 4 miles from town mile from pike at 64. per acre. No 393. 243 acres, nearly all in grass, high class improvements, land lies well on pike 4J miles out, land in same section and no better has sold for 90. per acre, our price on this farm 75. per acre. No 394. 130 acres, 1 from town, mile from pike, well improved and good land at 90. per acre. No 395. 102 acres, 1 mile from City limits, on pike, small dwelling, rich land, lies well, large tobacco & stock barn at 110. per A. No 396. 103 acres on pike 6 miles from town at 100. per A. No 397. 155 acres, miles from town, on two pikes, good land and well improved, can be easily divided into two or more farms. Price 125, per A. No 398. 264 acres mile from City limits, on pike, high class land with modern up to date improvements. This is a "dandy" good one. Price 120, per A. No 399. 110 acres of strong land, partly rolling, brick house good barns, J mile from pike on good road at 75. per A. No 400. 213 acres on pike, splendid improvements, good land well watered 5 miles from town at 80.00 per A. ff6 hiSfUmiilrB xPo- awCTiranrTarOT iwFtiJSfiv'-.'.a- J UrmMTKMimumsar jg No 401. 35 acres 1J miles out for 4000. 9 No 402. 40 acres miles from town on pike, small house, large tobacco and stack barn, rich land, splendid orchard, a first class little place at 110. per A. No 403. 110 acres of mostly level land 3 miles from town in high state of cultivation at 125. per A. No 404. 134 acres of rolling land, fair improvements, 1 miles from pike, every acre will grow tobacco, this is a money maker at 75. per A. No 405. 150 acres of level land, just the right size farm in splendid neighborhood, fine farming land with good improvements at 90. per A. No. 406. 330 acres of good strong land on pike 5 miles from railroad at 55. " per A. No 407. 105 acres on pike, tobacco and hemp and corn land with good im JSOTQ provements at 11000. No 408. 74 acres of "tip-top- " land, right at town, fronts on concrete walk, large stock barn, no dwelling but fine building site. Will make you good price on this if it suits you. If you buy a planter buy a BEMIS. A few planters on hand at bargains No 409. 230 acres near Mt. Vernon Ky, 100 acres in grass has plenty of tobacco land and large barn. 2000 yeilding apple trees, engine and hydraulic press, capacity 6 barrels cider per hour. Price 10,000. No 410. 98J acres of strong land with new improvements, on pike 1 mile from thriving village. A bargain at 10,000. No 411. 110 acres on pike well located, two houses good land and worth the price 8600. No. 412 95 acres mostly level land, 1 mile from pike, 5 miles from town, on : : good road, good improvements at 85. per A. : No 413. 124 acres of first class land, well fenced, plenty of water 6 room house and large barn. On pike 4 mi'es from town. This farm is sure When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. 5C per A. to sell at the price of 87. No 414. 173 acres of level land with splendid improvements, on pike, good Good For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered neighborhood, worth more money than we ask for it. This is simply a good one. 125. per A. No 415. Splendid livery, feed and sale barn, with mule sheds, box stalls &c. I VOTE FOR. Engine & feed cutters complete, $4500. In Piano Contest. No 416. 218 acres of fine rich" land with dwelling and 3 tenant houses and barn room for 25 acres tobacco, on pike and well located for 85. per A. No 417. 368 acres of highly improved, fertile land, in splendid state of cultivation. 2J miles from town, residence J mile from pike. This is a very desirable farm worth the price, 90. per A. No 418. 3I acres, with large residence and 2 tobacco barns in thriving railroad town, 4,000. No 419. 171.17 acres of splendid land, part level bottom land and part rolling. Any Has good improvements. Well watered. Located on pike' 4J miles from railroad. Well worth the price 75.00 per acre. No 420. Improvements and 2 acres on Danville pike,$1000. You like from our No 421. 101 acres very rich land, all in grass, 5 miles from town, on turnpike timber piles. No need road at $80. HflSELDEN BROS. W Bemis Tobacco Planter "iiiWiSi Bill - W. ' J. ROMANS. GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES Take Beam ' Write or come to see us for further Particulars. We always have bargains. Wortk Trained By Garrard Wins Kentucky Derby At Comity Boy Quarterly Court. The regular May term of Quarterly court has been in session this week, Worth (Knight of the Thistle-Mis- s Hanover) owned by H. C. Hallenhack, and Judge Ford disposed of several won the 38th Kentucky Derby in Louis- cases of minor importance. ville on last Saturday. Duval was secYork. ond and Flamma third. The track was Raymond, the bright little son of sloppy and the going heavy. Time2:09-2-Worth was trained by Chalmers Mrs. S. J. York, who resides with the Gollaher, a former Garrard county boy, family of Mr. S. J. Lewis in this, city, and Duval, the iorse which came sec died on Sunday of peritonitis. After ond and who put Worth to all he knew short funeral services the remains wera to win the race, was the property of taken to Clay county, the former home Mr. Gollaher. of Mrs. York for burial. Louisville. 5. to spend time in look ing for good ones. ,, ! -. a very suca. in iuc r pile is sound, seasonable and straight. j- sms Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting them here. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. i. " The crusade for the preservation of tho Federals on Sunday, which resulted Summer Normal Term. Against Uninstructed Delegation. the public health has invoked the aid in the killing of 500 of his command, The Summer term of the Eastern Discussing the announcement of m of the powers that be, and the result and for the last three, days he has been Kentucky Normal School at Richmond Gov. McCreary INCORPORATED. for Champ Clark, Replegis conducting a running fight under hot IssuEb Weekly. $1.00 a year. was the enactment by the recent opens on June 17th and an unusually resentative R. Y. Thomas warned Ker-tuclature of what is known as the "Pubh'c fire from his pursuers. large attendence is expected. democrats against the dangers GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Drinking Cup Act". of an uninstructed delegation to BaltiThe law forbids the use of common During the final campaign of President Mr. Baughmanis Loss! more.. He said that he had always Entered at the Post Ofllte tn Lancaster, Ky., drinking cups on railroad trains and Taf t in his home state of Ohio, he is been for Clark and was among the as Second-ClasHis friends are sympathizing with Mall Matter. in railroad stations, hotels, boarding scheduled to make at least as many as first Congressmen in Kentucky to an steamboats, sixty three speeches and as many more Mr. John S. Baughman over the loss of nounce for him, restaurants, Member Kentucky Press Association houses, but he thought stores, "or other publicly frequented as his managers can crowd in. The a line brood mare, Nellie Lysle, that the delegation ought thatbe FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. to instructed and She places." No person or corporation in race between the President and the died in Lexington Wednesday. Clnvlc first, nml a Mr. to votft for Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect Eighth District Publishers League. charge of such places shall permit the man with the "big stick" has proven was a valuable mare and Mr. Baugh-man- 's uuuuwuuu wcia uisu uii ex ivsuuiciviai', i js loss is quite severe. Danville use of the drinking cup in common, to be a warm one so far and the result cle"ar white light. Frice reduced. Once tried, always used: he thought that he oueht to be the sa Lancaster, Ky., May 17, 1912. Messenger. and warning in cards must be posted is yet uncertain. second choice. The Clark crowd in Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong in conspicuous position. A violation of Garrard county is growing every day light. New Auto Service. Rates For Political Announcements the provisions of the act is punishable Frederick VIII, King of Denmark and the county will i doubtless instruct by a fine of not less than $1 and not died suddenly at Hamburg on Thursday Mr. Wilson Rice has pnrchased a for the speaker. For Precinct and City Offices ? 5.00 more than $10, and each day's viola- The dead King was a man of culture large automobile which or County Offices 10.00 tion of any of the provisions of the act and refinement, he was 69 years of age will be used as a public conveyance and AH Arrangements Mae For Construc- w For State and District Offices.... 15.00 is to be considered a seperate offense. m and was greatly beloved throughout ready at all times to make trips to adFor Calls, per line 10 tion Of Dix River Dam. This law upon its face looks to be a Europe. joining towns. He will have headquarFor Cards, per line 10 piece of foolishness, but if one will Mr. Warren Curd has deeded to the ters at the Fox livery stable, where he For all publications in the interstop to consider, they will perceive may be found at any hour, day or Dix River Dam Co. the ground upon est of individuals or expresthat it is a good measure, a splendid which the monster dam across Dix night. Danville Messenger. sion of individual views, per step in the right direction, the preven river about five miles above its mouth Hne 10 tion and stamping out MMMMMmSMMr of that dread Blackberry Winter. is to be constructed. Mr. Curd has per line Obituaries, 05 disease, consumption, which every year also sold to the company a sixty foot 3 One of the severest rains that has demands a terrible toll of life of the of way through his farm to the fallen here in a long while came last right ANNOUNCEMENTS state of Kentucky. Eminent scientists, site of the dam, over which will be m Saturday, and was followed by "blackphysicians, men who have made a life berry winter," which besides being ex- constructed a tram way and road over For Congress. study of the "White Plague" say that ceedingly uncomfortable to those who which to convey the material. The We are authorized to announce Jack one of the most dangerous means of company has also acquired title to have arrayed themselves in summer apChinn a candidate for Congress in the contracting the disease is that of parel, served to retard the farmer in many acres of land in the river boteighth district, subject to the action of drinking from a utensil which toms contiguous to the proposed dam, his corn planting. the Democratic Primary to be held used by some person afflicted with it. paying therefor the sum of 50. per At first thought our friends from the August, 3rd, 1912. Postoffice At Point Leavell Discontinued. acre. The actual work of the con connty will be incensed because of the struction is to be commenced in the We are authorized to announce Hon. fact that they may not walk into the The postoffice at Point Leavell in this early summer, as soon as the danger of J. A. Sullivan a candidate for Congress hotel, banks or other public place, pick The the spring rains is passed. county has been discontinued. in the eighth district, subject to the up a dipper and draw them a drink of majority of the patrons of the office action of the Democratic Primary to be ice water from the cooler, but if they will now receive their mail by Rural Strawberries By The Barrel. will stop to consider that perhaps the held August 3rd, 1912. Route No. 1 out of Lancaster. The (Harrodsburg Leader.) last person to use that dipper was a Star Route from Point Loavell to For Commonwealth Attorney. consumptive, and that by using it they Spainey and Flatwood will hereafter Juuge diaries A. riaruin is tne pioneer, so far as we know, in the raising We are authorized to announce Emmet might contract the disease, the result Hon. start from Hiattsville. The recent announcement that Puryear as a candidate for Common of which would be, perhaps, not only Jere A. Sullivan of Madison county of strawberries in this county in bar Gen. Young Elected Commander. rels. It is a most unusual thing to see wealth's attorney, subject to the action the loss of his own life, but that of would offer for the Democratic nominasome or all the members of his family, of the Democratic party. tion for Congress in this, the eighth, Confed this delightful fruit hanging in pretty At the meeting of the United their ire will turn to gratitude. The district, was a source of much gratifi-tio- n erate Veterans in Macon Ga. last Thurs clusters all around the outside and very The Record Is authorized to announce only way of doing away with this to his host of friends throughout day Gen. Bennett II. Young was elect- often a quart can be gathered from W. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candi- probability is the abolishing of the pubthe entire district. Judge Sullivan, ed Commander of the National organiz- each barrel. The process of planting flfpf i date for the nomination for Commo- lic drinking cup. 3ri SJ should he receive the nomination, ation to serve during the ensuing year. is as follows: A good strong barrel is ?. vL? I 5 53 The best way to odviate the incona nwealth's Attorney, subject to the V LFVJS secured and a serirs of holes are bored would be a sure winner, and in tne Gen. Young's opponents for the honor venience resulting from the doing away Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. lower house at Washington would re- were Gens. Vansant ajid Walker of around it, about six inches apart Start with these cups, is to purchase and flect great, We solicit your patronage. credit upon the district Texas, but the gallant Kentuckian won ing at tne oottom row the plants are si For County Judge. carry with you constantly an individual which put through the holes and into the to represent. he seeks in a walk. drinking cup; these may be secured at soil on the inside. Each course is put We are authorized to announce Clay- a small cost in the form of a neat colin the same way until the barrel is full. "Mote" Robinson Farm To Sell. James Owsley Dead. ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- lapsible metal cup, which may be folded It is said that it is wonderful how the ty Judge of Garrard County subject to and carried easily in the vest pocket. Mr. J. S. Owsley Jr. of Stanford has plants flourish as it is easy to keep Elsewhere in this issue will be found the action of the democratic party. In a short while these cups will be on an announcement of the sale of the the sincere sympathy of a host of Gar- them watered and in the proper temsale at all the hardware and drugstores. real and personal property of the late rard county friends in the loss of his perature and sunshine. We are authorized to announce Wtfi&&&fe igr3Jg?aiai The hotels and banks, the stores and R. M. Robinson, at Marcellus Ky. on son James, whose death occurred at St. James A. Beazley as a candidate for other places who were wont to do so, Wednesday June 12th. This is one of Joseph's Infirmary in Lexington last McCreary For Clark. County Judge of Garrard county, subwill continue to keep a supply of ice the best improved, best located and Saturday. The young man was taken ject to the action of the Democratic water, and with an individual Governor James B. McCreary in a V cup with most desirable farms in Garrard county, to the hospital from the Millersburg party. signed address to the Democrats of f $ B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. L you, you will be free to get a drink of and anyone in search of a splendid Military Institute, where he had been water when you choose and without farm and home will do well to attend. at school, suffering with an abscess of Kentucky announces that he favors the ORGANIZED 1SS3. For Sheriff. nomination of the Hon. Champ Clark his hip. which resulted in his death. cost. Hotels will provide public cool"7 for President. Governor McCreary We are authorized to announce C. A. ers, but they of course cannot be exClark In The Lead. and Mr. Clark were fast friends while Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of pected to, and will not go to the exze Warm Race In Lincoln. The following figures are given out the Governor represented this district H Garrard County, subject to the action pense of providing individual drinking OF LANCASTER, KY. What promises to be a warm race in Congress, growing out of the fact of the Democratic party. cups; they however, or at least a great from the Clark headquarters in Wash- for the Democratic nomination for that Mr. Clark was born and raised in ri . ington, showing the standing of the SUK0,U5 35,000. CAPlTAlv 550,000. We are authorized to announce many of them will, install a penny-in-th- e sheriff is on in Lincoln county. Messi's Anderson County, in this state. The 3 slot machine, into which you may various candidate for the democratic Smith Baughman, Bowen Givens and Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff Champ fact that Governor McCreary who is the W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. drop a penny and secure a neat collap- nomination for President of Garrard county, subject to the acJ. G. "Buck," Weatherford have al- head of the Democratic state adminis sible paper drinking cup, which you Clark has many more instructed r. ready announced their candidacy, and tration and Hon. Ollie James has been tion of the democratic party. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. "Walkeb, Jr., than any other candidate: may take to the cooler and secure all Mr. T. J. Hill and probably others will recognized as the leader of the Kentucky According to the Clark headquarters We are authorized to announce W. the water you may wish. in Washington Democratic presiden- enter the race. These gentlemen all Democracy at Washington, are both Oiling the roads to lay the dust, L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard Prompt Attention. Business Solicited. have a large following, and the inter- urging the nomination of Champ Clark county, subject to the action of the "swatting the fly," and now the in- tial candidate have gathered delegates est will be intense. for president, will helpKentucky demodividual drinking cups are all new inno- thus far an follows: democratic party. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. JL Arnold, S. L. Gibbs crats to finally make up their minds Delegate elected, 01G. vations, and to many may seem foolish Resolution. Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Director?. whom they should call for the presi Instructed for Clark, 243. For Assessor. ideas, but if they will save the life of Pledged to Clark, 32. re5ga.sg3rTsyss?'sa.g"5Xg We, the members, of lhe W. C. T. U dential job. The announcement of one person from the ravages of that We are authorized to announce Dave Instructed for Wilson, 74. of the Eighth Congressional District of these two leaders of the party for dread disease, consumption, we will C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor Instructed for Underwood, S4. Kentucky in convention assembled ex- Champ Clark has had a large influence of Garrard county subject to the ac- award them their meed of praise, anyInstructed for Marshall, 30. rj'ir?w". rwViiw 'win jxbh press our hearty appreciation of the for Clark in this county. way they are worth trying, so let us tion of the democratic party. Instructed for Baldwin, 14. hospitality and Christian fellowship fall in with the spirit of the times and Wheat Outlook. Instructed for Burke, 10. given us, therefore, be it resolved, that provide ourselves with an individual We are authorized to announce Mr. Instructed for Harmon, 2. we thank, first, the local Union for drinking cup, so that we may have a "Dollar Wheat" has long been the E. B. Ray as a candidate for the NomiUninstructed and unpledged, 127. their courtesy and kindnesses, for the goal oi larmers in this section, and it drink of water where ever we may be. OF LANCASTER. nation of Assessor of Garrard County, Total delegates to National conven- delicious luncheon served and a thous- seems that their hopes are to be realsubject to the action of the democratic tion, 1.094. and other manifestior.s of their regard ized, for buyers are engaging every Democrats everwhere are more hopeparty. s Capital majority, 730. for us. available bushel of it for July delivery ful of electing their candidate for Second, we express our gratitude to at that price, and we are informed We are authorized to announce J. B. president in November than for many A. R. DENNY, President. No Use For Pistol. the pastor and officers of the Christian that they have already engaged a good Collier as a candidate for the nomina- years. We expectharmony and good feel J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. Mr. John K. West who Is a great Church for the use of the church build- per cent of the Garrard county acretion for assessor of Garrard county, ing to exist among those who participate S. C. DENNY, Cashier. subject to the action of the democratic in the convention on Saturday May friend to the RECORD and who for ing and all the other ministers of the age. The recently issued government r. R. T. Embry, many years wrote the news from City of Lancaster for their hearty wel- crop report shows a shortage of about party. Cashier. J. F. Robinson, Ass't 25th. at the Court house. The conven60,000,000 bushels of wheat less than the Marksbury section of the county come and tion will doubtless be largely attended We are authorized to announce W. iThird, we thank the professional and uiu tiojj ui luai year, unu in view oi judging from the interest taken in the has passed his seventy seventh year L. Huffman for a candidate for assessSafety Deposit Boxes For Rent. and can boast of the fact that he business men for their welcome to the this fact, we think the buyers are or of Garrard county -- subject to the election at other places and from the never owned carried or fired a pistol. convention and their attendance at the perfectly safe in offering a dollar per general discussion now going on among WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. action of the Democratic party. bushel for the local crop- - The crop in the voters of the county, and we think Not many people can say this, but we functions given under its auspices. Fourth, we especially appreciate the this county will not come up to the Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey. J. E. it best for all democrats who can, to be hope that the example set by Mr. For School Superintendant. work of the music committee and thank average, even should there be fair West may have effect and that before at the convention and express his preStormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. ference for the nomination, We hear long the Kentucky Legislature may the organists and singers who assisted sailing from this time on, and wheat is We are authorized to announce Miss m.-- j not safe yet; by any means, hail, wind, Jennie Higgins as a candidate for some suggestions that the delegation pass a law making it a penitentiary in the program. That we thank all those who have in the fly and other evils may yet beset it School Superintendant for . Garrard to the national convention go unin- offense to carry a deadly weapon. When this is done we will have a any way contributed to the comfort of the acreage is smaller than usual, a county, subject to the action of the structed. There has been no plausible reason assigned for such a step. So greater Kentucky and she will drop the delegates and made the convention good per cent of the late wheat froze Democratic party. out, and we think the farmer has every far as Garrard County democrats are from among the front ranks of the the success it was. Committee on Resolutions Mrs. reason to believe he will realize the top states where most crimes are comconcerned we think they will favor an For Jailer. instructed delegation matters not who mitted to near the botton where she Ludie Day Pickett, Mrs. Alma Garvey. price for his crop. Of course the local f4 a We are authorized to announce Jack they wish nominated for president on rightly belongs. Take a list of the Mrs. Corrington, Mrs. T. B. Pearson. crop cuts little or no figure in the r c r XT!! r OOiS worlds wheat crop, or in the making of M crimes committed since you can rem- Chairman. Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- the Democratic ticket. the price, but we believe that there is rard county, subject to the action of The democrats are anxious this year to ember and in most of the instances Kentucky Educational Association To no place an improvement above the ftscr'. iku'i tr the Democratic party. P 13S: select the strongest and most available thev could have been prevented or man and are daily discussing the rela- rather they would never have been Hold Annual Session In Louisville Ky. local condition as to the growing crop. are as good cs new, end have We are authorized to announce Dave tive merits of the various candidates committed had the parties not been never needed repairs rever w On June 25-2- 6 & 27. Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- and will all doubtless have New Pension Law. their mind armed with a deadly weapon. need atlentien cf any Iind, exrard county, subject to the action of fully made up before the convention The teachers of the state will be afPresident Taft has signed the new cept en ccczciondccatcf pdnt. the Democratic party. day and we believe will come into the Joe Warner Boy Scout, Hero, And An forded an opportunity to not only hear pension bill agreed upon as a comproconvention ready to express their interesting discussions of the most mise by the house and senate and the H Honor To His Uniform. Stcrm-prcoiire-nroFor Magistrate. Lighinlnsf--r oof choice and instruct the delegates to f modern methods of teaching by some bill has now become a law. vote for the man desired by the mafi Joe Warner a son of Mr. W. K. War- of the leading educators of the country, finally agreed to carries "Thebill as Don't buy that reef fcr the nev buHding, or the old, We. are authorized to announce until you have examined the Cpitright Meial Shinglss. John N. White as a candidate for jority of the convention. We consider ner, formerly of this county, but now a but will also be afforded three days of an increase of $35,000,000 for pensions Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- it of far more importance that the resident of Stanford, proved himself a splendid musical and other diverting en during the first year of its operation. rard county, subject to the action of delegates to the national convention be hero and an honor to the Boy Scout un- tertainment at the three days session During the first three years the in- Apply to Local Contractoes or'Cortriht Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. nominated also. iform which he proudly wears on last of the Kentucky Educational Associa- creased paymentsjto veterans will averthe democratic party. Tuesday. Young Warner who is 14 tion which convenes in Louisville oh age $22,000,000. That Speaker Clark's boom for the years of age, in company with Joe June 6 We are authorized to announce As finally agreed to the bill provides and 27th. Reduced rates WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- presidential nomination grows in popu- Grimes aged 11 and James Tribble aged will be made by the railroads, for the increased pensions for 420,965 veterans, istrate in the first district of Garrard larity can be denied by no one now, 14, started in a buggy for Dix river on occasion, and the expense incident to according to the estimates of the Every County, subject to the action of the for the returns in the recently held a fishing expedition. In order to reach the trip will be nominal. The sessions House Conference Committee. primaries show him to be sweeping, the rrVer it was necessary for them to will be held in the First Christian veteran serving ninety days or more in democratic party. everything before him. On last Tues- cross Logan's Creek which was out of Church, which is centrally located and the naval or military service during the We are authorized to announce Ship-to-n day he defeated Wilson in Nevada; the its banks. When in mid stream the is well suited for the purposes Each Civil War, who has been honorably dism H. Estes as a candidate for New Hampshire delegation goes unin- vehicle and horse began to wash down of the Vice Presidents of the associa- charged and who is over 62 years old, H in the first district of Garrard structed, but is favorable to the speak- stream, and Tribble and Warner CT3 VX who tion will preside at some one of its is cared for by the new law. county, subject to the action of the er, in Utah a movement to instruct for could swim, jumped into the For veterans 62 years and over the creek and sessions. "The Strollers," the most democratic party. Wilson received only two votes and the swam to shore, but young Grimes could noted quartette in America will add to rate provided in the law, for ninety pledged to vote for a pro- not swim and for awhile stuck to the the pleasure of the occasion by assist- days service is $13 a month, and it We are authorized to announce delegates are gressive platform; New Mexico instruct buggy, but finally jumped out and tried ing in the entertainment of the assem- ranges to $16 a month up to three Charles C. Becker as a candidate for In additfon to this, years of service; for 66 years old and Law-noMagistrate in the second district of ed for the speaker and indications are to sustain himself by clinging to the bled teachers. that he will undoubtedly carry Califor- lines. Young Warner unon reachine some of Louisville's best local musical over the rate is $15 a month for ninety Garrard county, subject to the action nia. the bank looked back and saw Grimes, talent have promised their services. jiays and ranges up to $10 for three of the democratic party. peril and bravely plunged again into The sessions will be replete with inter years: for 70 years old and over, the W We are authorized to announce TayPoor old Mexico is deeper in the the swollen stream and swam to the est, some of theivery best talent in the rate for ninety days is $18 a month lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- throes of revolution than ever. The struggling boy, and succeeded in seiz- country being on the programme. Ev- and ranges up to $25 a month for CSi, istrate in the second district of Gar- flight of Diaz did not give them the ing and swimming to shore with him. ery teacher in the state who can possi- three years; at 75 years old over, the rard county, subject to the action of hoped for relief. Gen. Orosco, the rebel The horse and buggy washed ashore bly make it convenient to do so, should rate for ninety days' service is $21, &2 chief, had a bloody engagement with further down the stream. attend this meeting. the democratic party. and range up to $30 for three years. The Central Record m wmfmm&gmgmm& ky Wire Drawn 1m bLU GTRI6 n s Lft MPS. 1 J -- er I STORMES DRUG STORE mmQmi'Q)$$) m&mM0BMBiemQmQ' MMM&MEri&M has-bee- n i i i i a The CREAMERY will I open to receive Milk on n 4. 4 MONDAY. my bth I and our ICE WAGON will begin running on same day The ICE CREAM Department will ooen 03 sssf $&. o n i mil Y3 s BAST IN. i WMiMfMYMyiiiHimnm) I Citizens National Bank 'Book-Keepe- I dela-gat- es THE NATIONAL $50,000. ANK Two-third- Surplus 25,000. M ! & Book-Keepe- i ii. ,srqcrreg-3Bggu,.M-i.is--- 7- - 1 sz. :' k-r-rl Put on 26 Years Ago .- - mmwE 5 kfTirr?n cf re-rc- of 25-2- I 1 - ' Mag-strat- e, W I Lime and Sulpher The kind the w Requires. We have it. R. E. McRoberts Son. ,.v t JL iyv i - STOPS SCALH ITCH. Dandruff And Every Form Of Scalp Dis- -, FLANDERS ir it ffoSnft TBido Model's Automobile s -- ease Cured Quick By Zemo. 3 i ' U it What Car Would You Buy? The time has passed when automobiles, can be sold to you on their appearances or claims. This is a day when you and every purchaser must be shown what the car for which you pay your money will actually perform; what it will do. Beware of an automobile salesman who attempts to beguile you with a pleasing story. Tell him to show the goods and prove, to you that his cars are worth the money. Find out whether his car is a real car or only an assembled automobile built to sell. You have a right to your money's worth, but it is up to you to see that you get it. Deeper than all appearances, there are a few expert tests which ought to be applied to every car. Who makes the car? Is it an assembled car or made from top to bottom by one manufacturer? What kind of a guarantee is on it? Does the manufacturer respect his own product with a real guarantee, or does he want you to take What do parts cost you and how conveniently can you get them? How many cars of this make are in service and how many are giving satisf action? Questions like these go deep into the heart of the case, and if you put them rigorously upon any car you will find out with a certainty whetheror not that the-chance? E-M-F If You Were an Expert, It is simply wonderful how Zemo gees after dandruff. You rub a little of it in with tips of the fingers. It gets right down into the glands, stimulates them, stops the itch, and makes the hoad feel fine. No, it isn't sticky! Zemo is a fine, clear, vanishing liquid. You don't have to even wash your hands after using Zemo. And what a wonder it is for eczema, rash, pimples and all skin afflictions. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis Mo., and is guaranteed by all druggists to give perfect satisfaction. Endorsed and sold in Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts & Son. A Backward Electric Bitters J A BEAZLEY jgl-sSBggESig- y Funeral Director n3ii" .TJS2aJ . "i, k$ x'ni rgr"'S-mP rr i" M Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. 5 and Embalmar- Otllc it is the best medicine ever jold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Plinrl Uo.sirtunuif IFfomt? LANCASTER. KY. Glance. (By Harvey M. Estes). Almost forgotten are the faces That at school I once behold; But sweeter still the memories Of those friends I love so well. O that I had the pleasure Of meeting just once more The schoolmates with whom I've often Piano Thisis a Picture of V played In those happy days of yore. How many boon companions, Whose hopes at schoo'. were high, Have we watched upon life's pathway That now in the graveyard lie? How many went to search For fame in other climes, And have by departing added Sadness to those happy times? How few among the living, In our childhood's happy land, Have we had the pleasure Of gripping by the hand, And our stories then relating, While we looked them in the eye, Of sweethearts, friends and teachers. In the schooldays low gone by? We may learn of the schoolhouse changes As the years come and go, But when we view its inmates Not one face we chance to know. If our hearts are kind and tender. We cannot keep from shedding tears When we see how great the changes Brought about by passing years. Such is olten our experience. In this common school of life. Oft rejoicing in its pleasures. Oft brought down by toil and strife. Yet we have a Master Teacher, Who through life is always near, And when our lessons are hard to one of the FREE PI- r car is worth its price. We are selling Studebaker "30". and Flanders "20" cars because we know that, dollar for dollar, their equal is not sold in the market today. The records of many thousands of cars in all kinds of service have convinced us absolutely. Studebaker "30" and Flanders "20" cars are built to run, and because they run they sell. If we cannot prove to you under the most searching test that Studebaker cars are absolutely the best automobile values in the market, we do not want your business; but we can prove it. and your neighbors who drive these cars will tell you the same thing. Be an expert when it ccmes to buying a car. You can, by getting irom us some lurtner iaeas on real tests oi an automobile. Clip the attached ccupn and send it to us now because we have something new to tell you voc-W . p. NS5v which you ought to know, whatever car you have XX o, ?, . in mind. . N. v. V. v. O. S XCVSx XX.VV . V NJOSxV li Vro, n E-M-- ANOS to be given away F in our great Piano J j V v .. 'o. . . ? "5 V V , 4, n u - , &: i XS The Studebaker Corporation Detroit, Ivvichijan vV tik 'V master. Speak the needed word of cheer. i Haselden Bros. Commissioner Sale of Land. 's Phone 49.. HERE AT HOME. cggX If The Telephone And Parisian Sage. Banishes Dandruff Lancaster, Girl Should Ky. Tell. It quickly kills the dandruff germs that's why dandruff vanishes so prompt ly when PARISIAN SAGE is used Parisian Sage Is Guaranteed By R. E. McRoberts & Son Lancaster Citizens Gladly Testify (Woodford Sun.) o ( The Telephone Girl sits still in her chair. Kidney Pi.Is. And listens to voices from every where GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. She knows who is happy, and who has It is testimony like the following that the blues. I. Hamilton &c Plffs. James has placed Doan's Kidney Pills" so far And the kind of language that we all against above competitors. When people right W. L. Huffman. &c Defts. use. Pursuant to a judgment rendered here at home raise their voice in praise She knows our sorrows she knows herein at the March term 1912, the un- there is no room left for doubt. Read our joys, dersigned commissioner will sell at pub the public statement of a Lancaster She knows every girl that is chasing lie auction, before the court house door citizen: Mass. the boys. in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St, She knows a. m. or thereabouts on our troubles, she knows our Thoreau to Longfellow. Lancaster, Ky., says: "Nparly every strife. MONDAY, MAY 27th, 1912, As I love nature, as I love singing spring I use Doan's Kidney Pills so as She knows every man who is mean to birds, and gleaming stubble, and flowit being the first day of the Garrard to keep me in good health. During the his wife. ing rivers, and morning, and evening, County Court term, the real estate winter colds settle on my kidneys and She knows every time we are out with and summer, and winter, I love thee mentioned in the pleadings and describthe kidney action became irregular. I ed as follows, my friend. the boys, In Garrard County, Kentucky on also had backaches and pains through She hears the excuses each fellow em Kempers lane and near the Lancaster my kidneys. A friend told me about ploys. Tactful. and pike and bounded as Doan's Kidney Pills and 1 used them. She knows every woman who hasadark Guide (as girl offers him a tip) We follows: They stopped the pains and my kidneys are strictly forbidden to receive tips, past, Beginning at a point in a hollow became normal. For sale by all dealers She knows every man that is inclined but I don't like to refuse such a charmabout 10 feet north of a scalped elm in n Co., Fliegende ing woman anything. line to Tom Lane and corner to Annie Price 50 cents. to be fast. Stone, with lane up a hollow S 89J W. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the In fact, 'neath each Blaetter. there's a secret 1:66 chains to a point on north side of United States. saucy curl, hollow, corner to same and John Mar-seRemember the name Doan's and Of the quiet, demure little Telephone with said Marsee still up hollow S take no other. 83 J W 8.14 chains N 54 W 6.60 chains Girl N 70f W 7.75 chains to a point on North If the Telephone Girl should tell all she 337-Arnold, Henry Store. side of branch about 15 feet N. E. of a knows, Office 6 Burnett & Elliott pool or spring corner to same N 21 E TEATERSVILLE. 4.62 chains to a point in middle of It would turn half of our friends into" 310-Res. Burnside, Robt Kempers lane and with middle of same bitterest foes. 392-Res. Burton, R. I. N 71J E 6.15 chains to a point in midE. B. Ray was in Cincinnati Sunday, She could sow a small wind that would 161 Conn Bros. Hardware. dle and corner to part sold to Stone; soon be a gale, Mrs. Eliza Sadler is very sick at 357-Res. Cotton, C. S. thence leaving lane and along the south Swamp us with troubles and land us in 378-- J road, with said Stone N 84 E this writing. side of Res. Center, Walter, 6.42 chains N 88J E 2.05 chains N 78 E jail. Res. 220 Elliott, Dr. W. M. Mrs. O. K. Simpson and Miss Minvel 3.15 chains N 83 E 3 chains N 861 E Res. Fox, J. C. to a stake at the south edge Bogie were guests in Berea last week. She could turn loose a story, that gain- 174-2.45 chains ing in force, Store. 199 Farmer's Union of a road and corner to Stone, still with Mr. T. S. Hover has returned home Would cause half our wives to sue for 393-his line S 8 W 13.65 chains to the beRes. Gosney, N. J. ginning, containing 24.05 acres being from a visit with relatives at High divorce. Furniture. 5 Hurt & Anderson. the same land conveyed to W. L. Huff- Bridge. She could get all the churches mixed up 165 Hurt" F. G. Res. man by James I. Hamilton and wife by Mr. Noel Bogie of Berea Collage is in a fight, 387-Res. deed dated December 29th. 1909, and Kurtz H. M. recorded in deed book No 28, page 467 with his parents Mr. and Mrs. N. H. Ana turn an our days into sorrowing 387-Res. Locker B. Bogie. .Garrard County clerks office. nights. Res. 239 Long J. P. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grjow spent &ne couia Keep tne whole town in a 186 Lan. Tobocco Ware House a debt of James I. Hamilton against Sunday with Mr. Charlie Grow and terrible stew, the" defendant, W. L. Huffman, debt 69 Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. and. interest amounting to date of sale family. h If she'd tell but of all that 21 Logan H. T. Res. to $648.43 also debt of J. S. Johnson she knew. 323- - Moore Henry Res. Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Teater of Loyd against the defendant, W. L. Huffman, Res. Mahan J. Q. debt and interest to date of sale was "the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Now, doesn't it set your brain in a 339-whirl, 363-, amounting to $1,296.86 and the estimat Walker Sunday. W. Res. Mahan J. ed cost of the action $110.55 for which Morgan G. A. , Res. Mrs. Floyd Curtis of Paint Lick spent When you thipk what you owe to the 374-- S judgment has been rendered in the Telephone Girl? 385-Res. McMillan Lige the latter part of this week with her above styled action. Office. 392-Montgomery Dr. sister Mrs. Ed Simpson, TERMS. Res. 202 Perkins E. W. Mr. Cleo Ray and sister Miss Leota The sale will be made on a credit of Important Letter To All Who Suffer. 363-Res. Pope & Vaughn. six and twelve months and the purchas attended preaching at Scott' Fork SunStore. Pierce Joe. er win ne required io execute Donas day and was the guest of Miss Ocie "I suffered from indigestion for a 400-384-Res. with approved security for the pur- Snyder. Rankin T. C. long time. Last May I almost died. chase price, due in six and twelve 383-Res. Rankin James The doctor told me it was acute indigesmonths bearing interest at the rate of 354-Res. Rainey J. T. tion and I could not be cured. Since six per cent per annum irom date unbayed Child From Death. 329-Res. Ray Mrs. Eliza til paid, Tiaving the force and effect of that time I have suffered very much, 164 Rose G. C. Res. a judgment upon which execution may "After our child had suffered from as some days everything I ate, even 379-issue, payauie to w. a., urown, M. U Res. Rose Dr. B. C. and a Jien witf be reserved severe bronchial trouble for a year." light food, as soft boiled eggs, would G. C. Res. upon the property until all the pur- - wrote G. T. Richards, of Richardson's distress me. I lost fifteen pounds. 493 Riley J. L. 85 Robinson Mrs. J. C. 'Res. cnase money is paiu. Mills, Ala., "we feared it had consump- Sometimes I felt that I could not live -Meats. W. H. BROWN, tion. It had a bad cough all the time. another day. A month ago I got a box 50 Ross & Whitlock. 400-H Res. Schooler Roy. Master Com. Gar. Circuit Court. Vi e tried many remed es without avail, of tablets. Before I had Store. 213 Turner & Carpenter. and doctor's medicine seemed as use- used them a week I was better. I G. B. Swinebroad, Atty. 385-Res. Turner Joe less. Finally we tried Dr. King's New have used two boxes and I feel as well Res. Walker Kemp. Discovery, and are pleased to say .that as I ever did, Eunice A. Peters, Jack- 338-Res. Alex. 192 Walker one bottle effected a 'complete cure, and son, Ga. Livery. 86 Walker & Herndon. our child is again strong and healthy." Use stomach tablets for Res. 41 Wherritt W. H. For coughs, colds, hoarsness, lagrippe, quick relief from sour stpmach, Res. 38 Zanone Miss Margaret asthma croup and sore lungs, its the belching of gas and Res, 397 Bishop Miss Fannie. Imost infallible remedy that s made. distress after eating. They are guaranVeterinay, Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. teed. Large box 50 cents at R. E. 360 Dr. R. L. Pontius. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. McRoberts & Son and druggists Company Confidently Recommend Doan's to-w- it: -- to eradicate dandruff, to stop falling hair and itching scalp, or money back. Get a fifty cent bottle today and become acquainted at once with the most delightful hair dressing in the world. "I gladly recommend it as the best hair tonic I have ever known. I find it the only hair tonic that will cure dandruff, cleanse the scalp, and makes the hair grow long and beautiful." Miss Signa Ahl, 2 Farwell St, W. Worcester 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. GOO mfcaoa & ns KO W I Cure LS'IWE M8eae9 The c r? 1 S2S?fe .es SJSSTS':. jJVr '5?a s J6?fe."S T..s4JF.2.S .X iSfc -- X . '3fcs- - 4' W V;xn w ? 3i ;m?z& t , Is being proven every Foster-Milbur- 5;&&ffl55S53 wv vfwjg SiS.! day y v. e, New- Phones. H A CHARLIE ' WHiTEMOON, 3729-3- 1 n the Cow Boy Herbalist Cow-bo- H Q B G A K Deep down in every human heart lies a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S medicines. Roots & Kerbs. Tco long God's promise. Modern doctors think have the secrets of nature been neglected, too long have people disregardedfrom disease increase rapidly eery year. suffering & deaths only of "operations" & strong drugs, while hum-iy & among the Indians gi e me a peculiar is natural, disease unnatural. JUy years of experience as a Health fitness & know ledge of the powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured Siare curing Blood Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism. Dropsy, Catarrh, Nerwis & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced incurable by the best doctors. I want to PROVK this to the world & to HERBALIST." anyone asking, I will mail the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOabsolutely 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 Root & Herbs, makes is the name of my great TONIC, & LEGALLY GUARANTEED to satisfy i full quarts of medicine, lasts about ? months, costs only one dollar soldisBY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS is THE PURCHASER or money refunded. remedy most A & IN MEDICINE for the nerves, st'Viach, liver, kidneys,hasn't gotbladderwon'tblood. it, householdFILL YOUR get WILL tt or excellent. Ask for if your druggist Y COM-CEL-SAR W. Broadway LoaSsvSlfic, Ky. BODY-BUILDE- R, CO.V-CEL-SA- R bo-we- ls. CO.V-CEL-SA- R, I SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR CHARLIE WHITE-MOONHUMAN SKIN ONLY, guaranteed io satisfy or money refunded, jocorj bars 2jc at all dealers, Retail, who are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. S one-tent- Q S B U Hanna's Green Seal "The Made -to- i y 1 y,i ;: ;!tu G U A -Wear U Paint" B M Formula on Every Package Does This Mean Anything to You ? It expresses lie maker's faith in the product. Labor is the principal cost in painting. The material should he the best u, H MI-O-N- A H Q YOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. FOR SALE BY MI-O-N- A heavi-nessheartbu- rn, Vflil UKSmkX Bastin Telephone Incorporated. CONN BROTHERS. -!- &-. J 4 J 1-- . m y "iSiSi . Ki-- .j t y-- i 5., , fr-- t ANNIE ROONEY 4104 A. S. H. R. Will make the season of 1912 at my Will make the season of 1012 at my place, 2J miles east of Paint Lick, on Paint place, two miles west of Hustonville, Lick pike. Crestland is a chesnut, coming seven. 16 hands. A good flat bone on the Bradfordsville pike. His first colts are . and foot; has iiipsh and action 2nd to no horse in Kentucky, Sired by the peerless Highland Dencoming three years old, and are equal to any horses produce. Show finish, size, mark 730, Black Squirrel 58. 1 st color.and action. dam Annie Washington lo58, by WashCrestland is by Rex Peavine 1790. Dam Annie Rooney 4101; 2nd dam ington 51, he by Cromwell 73; 2nd dam Powell's Drenon; he by Blinker's Drenon 1G00. Will serve mares at by Vidette. DnscuiPTiON Foaled 1907. A beautiful light bay, 1G hands high, lots of to a Living Colt. weight, with snip face, left front and Money due when fact is known or marc parted with. Lien on colt for ser both liiud feet white. He is a very vice feei Mares bred to another horse or jack without my consent! claim my line horse, having a long rangy neck, fee. Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per day. Grain fed, at reasonable rate if light in the throat latch, high thin desired. Care taken to prevent accidents or .escapes but not responsible should tvciiici, (;uuu uiii;i mu tun, a mtt; tivuu set of limbs. Best described as the any occur. Come and see this horse before yon breed. PEAVINE 85 orestland. :j?i, vol . v. REX PEAVINE 1796 DAISY 2nd, 2229 PEAVINE 85. Harvey Highland.' SEASON 1912. he-b- y fj i5?i E3"43 1 1 &-- - fwj '"' RlsJl 13 $30.00 Insure accepted type of the te Amer- W. Phone C. FITZPATRICK, PAINT LICK. KY. 425 Rings, P. L. Exchange. -- 5ai General Gibbs is a full brother to Kipling 2:19J trial 2:10$ Francis Griffin 2:22LYolanda K, 2 year old, record 2:24J and Dr Kinnaird 2:19J. General Gibbs 45539 will insure living colt at $15.00. Alexandria Stamp Reg. Clyde, weigh about 1G00. He is the only kind o? a horse for farm mares and mule mares. &2u. to Insure Livins: Colt. He will stand at $15 to insure. Mares traded, parted with or bred Also two Mammoth Black Jacks at $10. forfeits insurance, and money becomes and $12. to insure. Abqve will make due at times of such traesaction. Lien retained on colts until season is the. season of 1912 at my place. paid. tijm'utta Genera! Gibbs, of ican saddle horse. Harvey Highland has had but little work both under saddle aud in harness and is learning to step away with lots of grace and air. His beautiful form and marked 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 wat), to sell for $1,000 each. Harvey Highland will undbubtly make both a great show and stock horse. STALLION , I ijii if m,i Till i , .liP... P . ,: &&m&aw TTTliJU Will make the present season at my stable one mile east of and 6 mile east of Lancaster, Ky., at the very low price of Mc-Crea- ry iOJi' r ,iIj 1Lrffrvj--lfeL- u 10.00 16 J r Bine a Live Foal He is a rich light chestnut in color, Si.e of Ul !n i:i(i. Jil in 7 Ju i:IO. . u :lkc K.". nvor--; j;-;o- ':!'J.,1 . lam r,v irgt- - Wilkos Mil. J:J. biro of nf liu. Jewell ly Vermont 1 4. drtiit lirooil innru. 45539. Ma'RfriiL-- o!u:jl:t K. tr Srlii'.. Francis 2:21 , I'Miii)f Kiiliir'.J:ri' ;riiiiiw Honor Ml-- etc. i:i' ;c.il Siroof ISimI c!IIT'J:18.ctc r. HtiKluii. Itv Mum lriiu Dam of Wilkes 2:23J and trrnniiain 01 5. s l'o-te- l'riht Mares from a distance grazed on good blue grass at 2.50 per month. Mares entrusted will receive my personal attention, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. W. M. DODD, Hustonville, Ky. G. H. Ruble, Buena T T .l ista, Ky. ?.'Sfgfeij . ?rif ;'r WEM&m. "wafctatKUPS-iiv'-'"-- .rW - -- i .j-- M I &; ? yss ;S2 5 . V smS . tK 3Si. .. Tl -- " L H-.- - & ''..- -' - SJ . . s T? :- r jtt 3M0 A hs K a P n Sr t '"it 4-:-:-- &.. :.. k '!r-4--:.-.-- ,. .. n?.rji-f- 'SSk ' 9J5; - STwraS -- a..' Tf - fT . -- '" -' affliisai.sfi BseiSa's-tL-- : ffii...iji-A-.J- i A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 151 hands high, heavy mane and tail and ..,- -' ?'.-- Vi;w,-5, - .yJi-hL.:-y- ,j. excellent carriage. ter Spuirrel, he by Chester Dare ant' he Black Squirrel. His dam by Red Hill Squirrel was sired by Ches- For the season of 1912, 1 offer for public service the Royally Bred and Squirrel. He will make season of 1912 at my Handsome Individual Saddle Stallion, ALL PEAVINE 4092, at my farm barn about 1J miles on new Danvilk At pike at near McKinney, Ky., at $25.00 to insure a living colt. hands, and weighs about 1.200 lbs., has fine mane and tail and lots of bone and substance and a great natural style horse. A great show horse both under saddle and in harness. He has racked quar ters in 40 seconds and stepped as 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 ington Denmark. He has proven himself a champion breeder, having made a heavy stud season in Mercer in 1910, and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, ranging in price from $125. b $150. as weanlings. No breed of saddle horses ranks with this family y. 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. Thepeople 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, S25.00, burl want to give the poor a chance, as well as the rich. I retain a lien on all colts until the season money is paid. Mares transferred or bred to other stock forfeits insurance and must be paid at once. Mares bred at any time. I will give those who patronize my Hors& and Jack the privilige of breeding their cows to my fine POLLED DURHAM BULL and their sows to extra POLAND CHINA BOAR. Everybody invited. Correspondence solicited. I also have this proposition to make you. I will give $25.00 as a premium to the owner of tee best colt, to be shown on the Saturday before the 4th Monday in October 1913 at my farm. Judges will be disinterested parties. I will also at same time buy the best colt at $100. abjut x& ligllPKsilip - to-la- . ALL PEAVINE 4092. SIRE, REX PEAVINE 1796. A champion show horse and an unequaled champion sire. From him we have had such champions as Edna May, Golden Glow, Jack Straw, Queen O' the May, Star Peavine and many others past and to come. By Rex McDonald Daisy 2nd by Peavine So. GRAND SIRE, Rex McDonald 833. The undisputed champion show horse and sire. FIRST DAM, Lucy Wells C005, by Peavine 85. A great brood mare by the world's greatest brood mare sire, Peavine. His daughters have produced such champions as Lou Chiet, Cleopatra, The Frenchman, Edna May, Barthenia McChord, and dozens of others. A mare by Peavine is a sure foundation. SECOND DAM, daughter of Harris Denmark. THIRD DAM, daughter of John Mosely. If you want to breed to a stallion whose produce commands the highest price, breed to All Peavine 4092. The price for which I have sold Peavine colts are as an open book, they baing sold for the high dollar at public auction; along with the colts of other breeds of horses, and I have topped the markot. I will personally care for mares sent me and use every precaution, but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. I will also stand another nice stallion at a lower price, and three fine mule breeding jacks. The Gray jack at $10. to insure living foal, and the two Black jacks at 8. to insure living foal. the same time and place I will $10. to Insure Living Colt. also stand my fine Jack He is a black jack with white points, 15J4 hands, has lots of bone and substance and has a real good head and ear and is bred right, This pony is 4 years old, spotted and a good individual, 48 inches high and a 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 fine saddle pony. He will make the champion. He is unquestionably the best bred one in this section of the country, To prrve it, he was bred by that good breeder, T. 0. Hill. 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 3G4-Yours truly, White Betsy the finest saddle pony in B. Diamond Dick. At the Very Low Price of $8.00 to Insure a Live Foal. AN Kentucky. at the same time and place I will stand my fine big Jack, Also Young John Morgan 3705 imported registered Jennet. He will make the season of 1912 at Young John Morgan 3705 was sired by old John Morgan and was out of an TALKER, BHAD SUA w McCreary, Kyi. $10. to Insure Living Colt. occur. Eez Helton, 3404 Will make the season of 1912, PRESTON No. 922. Vol 11. , Lien retained on all colts for the seaHaving secured the services of JORDAN PEACOCK of W. L. Grady, you can son money. Care taken to prevent acsee him and breed to him at a reasonable fee, at Peavine Farm, near McKinney cidents but not responsible should any at my stable at Marksbury, Kentucky, at R McKinney, S. SGUDDER - J. Kentucky. T. RAINEY. $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. MADISON PEAVINE, 2889, at $12.00 to Insure. HnVjiiTn- by Crom Sired by Washington,No well No 73, by Washington Denmark No 04. First dam, Bell by Rhoderick, No 104; second dam by Denmark. This champion five gaited saddle stallion of Kentucky, which everybody in this and adjoinng counties knows him both as a great show horse as well as a breece. He will make the season of 1912 to a limited number of mares, at $25. to insure a living colt. Also for service - PRESTON JR. By Preston 922. first dam Mamie Wilson, by Ogdenburg, second dam Katy Maloy, one of the best show mares" the state ever produced. Fee $15.00 Preston, Jr., is a light bay horse with four vhitr fppt tn thft ankle. Three veara ;0id, 153 hands high, a horse of good conformation, short back, great shoulders, long neck and good foot and bone. Has been handled very little but has style, action and shows great speed. See this horse before you book your mares and I know you will look no CARROLL ffffl HF GARRARD PEAVINE, at Also $10.00 to Insure. $10.00. Will make the season of 1912 at my stable, 3i miles from Lancaster, on Lexington pike, at at same time and placo will stand my fine Jack REID at See me for the pedigree of this stock or see cards. $15.00 tO Insure a Living Colt. ,T4Ltter-- n v : fV'l If IM hi AJT ti. )?JtHV''l A horse that is distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the show ring. There were few' better rings of colts seen in a ring this year MARK GOINS, Marksbury, Ky. Bud Hall is 151 hands high, was sired by Hockaday's Rex Peavine. than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky., by CARROLL PRESTON. He is Nigger. " Black Jack with mealy nose, 5 years old, 15 hands high, fine breeder and great individual. A Jack of fine bone and action. Will stand at $10. to insure a living colt. by Preston 922, by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73, by Washington Denmark 04; 1st dam Baby Pence 7049, by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam by 0 TO INSURE. Almont Forrest. Carroll Preston is nomiFEE-$25.0- 1 ( nated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Kentucky. Also in service' Buck Varnon. Black Jack with white points, 8 years high, fine breeder and great individual. A Jack of fine bone and action. Will stand at $10. to insure a living colt. Will also at same time and place stand a PEAVINE HORSE at $10. to insure a living colt. All will stand at W. P. Deshon's farm on the Crab Orchard pike 5 miles from Lancaster, Kentucky. Mares grazed at $2. per month. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. old, 15J hands 0Spd CARRYING 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 v. further. CAS H HIGH CLOUD horse with white markings 3334, by Highland Gay 1149, by Highland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy Lambert 3359, by Red Cloud 2197. FEE $20.00. High Cloud is a dark bay Stands 16 hands high and is full made. Has not had much handling but shows lots of action and speed. in your safe or desk is a risky proceeding. It is a standing invitation to thieves. Far better deposit it in the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. where it will be beyond the reach of thieves or the danger of fire. Bring your cash here and open an account. all the more reason for taking proper If you have but-littl- e care of it. Both will make the season at my stable in Crab Orchard, Ky. Will keep mares on grass at 2.50 per month, but will not be responsible for accident or should ally occur. escape of stock. Lien retained on colts Also at same time and place I will until season is paid. Season is due if stand my big Jack, BEECHER MOR- mares are traded or parted with or bred to other stock. GAN, at $10. to insure a living colt. R. C. SCHOOLER, Lancaster, Ky. J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orchard, Ky. W. O. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Home Phone W. O. WALKER, Stanford. w.P.Deshon. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company. 33. Office Phone 18. LancasteiyKyi: ;'"- v - - & - wneiV .v- - -jni. i)iiri-ifi,,rl,ni,ii-ri- n.- - - - wmimic rtifi ,ilMwitWrtlifthtiwiwwh r r. ,r.Af. n..wWif. wwiWiwwJiw nii-- .,. ,i """""" ., , . i, , m , ""! waT3SiWwi-wai9H- JLTLJlI ;- 7 -' Eh-- New and a r wae-a - aa tin J IdaCULSS D ULi Wfe 5 wOSjS A and Dresse. . The Newest Effect in Ladies' t -- Foot-we- ar, i z late Shipment ot i?pi3 HS& J&fe's . . - huus just receiveu JtESlEl BS" JiOEflL -- .w v -- . . ; : in 4.i uie T. dl iesigns. 4- - rv : Twniw JJIiL p Wash Fabrics Truly Beautiful, Spring Woolens that you do not find elsewhere. I The Store Of Style and Quality ' JTSsJTYaxrySrsHEro was killed at Middlesboro by coming jr contact with a live wire. He was 21 years old and is survived by a wife and J OCiilu ile isaspnEaassTaaEssnni Fined For Bringing In Booze. & any. Lillian Garner i I sKHsr nmmaaff isssyss W WW togj . sy-- w ;i Gossip Abotsi People N v N . A I j L1 q r.'.-nfi- Rrirf i - "-- r fcff ifst-i fiw ITy f; V. j r- - 'r Goings Ly Those . ajcj-iA--mi ml of illC CpminCS 2P.d ?i Arc interested In. k J "ssyssszzrissKiiJ A "S l.SC!ra fh&'y Rev. Arnold, Presiding Elder, preach ed at Hubble on Sunday. Miss Bettie Robinson has returned to her home in Campbellsville. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hayden of Jessamine are with Garrard county relatives. 9y if wi C 111 o d Kg K HBgJSS n 11 M - & iT RjT& K U - S? LA P ti i7 ? art rf 11 HE 4? it y a if nrn fafretiSfatsay mn a a KKaa i H 5! O K3 WW a ISJ W 12 gs aSTSBa gasa fr John Deere and Oliver Cultivators, Double and Single Disc Harrows, Durham Rollers and Smoothing Harrows. .S American Fence with the heavy stay. Call and get our prices, we can save yon money. mm h3 MX .Ck'E'l 'PlTgV lA OvTT Ell I I K V. t tllo Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance a o w We make a specialty of your needs and write a policy especially adapted for your property. It will pay you to investigate our special policy. - S I KEMPER Fire. Kail. & WOODS, R. G. Woods. 2 Garnett Kemper. PAINT LICK, KY. Tornado Insurance. HARTFORD, Aetna, National Of Hartford. rd fdw 11 tkJtttTmtm iitf J.ini wWi We Write Any Kind of S E&.1I ( 1 k U I a? B 14 81 k V Si Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. KKTorise,?:-:;.--as , rfJ Ti- ju a inJL. JljgiinglinEl Jflfrni yHi r ' H5 h jr. d W4 i U V fk&n flii ii 7 tf t- - 7i itSIlBBHg Lancaster, Kentucky. 7 J- i i OF fJll UiSiiil Pier m nj Ti For goodness sake when a Cake yon make use GLEN LILY FLOUR it is lite and while easy to rise, also makes excellant pies. We could make it cheaper but can't make it better. Use Glen Lilly Flour. Garrard - Milling Co. EjgafgJluliMMMJ P'MfarrHJiillfrrTiMi'ral Ruby Cress Ethel Wilson Mrs. Russel Denton is in Stanford Hattie Bogie ComThe eighth District rTjhHcan visiting her daughter Mrs. W. S. Fish. l,00f Nancy Napier mittee met in Danville yesterday"2ml-thMesdames Wm. Champ and Henry matter of who composes the Gar- I Moore were visitors in Danville Fiiday. rard county commitee came before it. After the recent convention, two thirds vniPii nun u iu T.nc rni irL Mr. Clay Vaughn of Chicago Illinois nnu in imj uuiujui. iuu of the gentlemen who claimed to comand family. is visiting Mr. J. H. Smith pose the county committee, claiming that Chairman Wynn had failed to act A. M. Kinnaird of Middlesboro has at the proper time, and issued a call to been with the Misses Kinnaird lor a Screen doors, wire screen at a barreorganize the county committee, which visit. Mr. J. W. Green and little daughter Organize For Clark. gain. Conn Bros. was done. This action was excepted Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oaks and children of London England are guests at the Friends of Champ Clark met in the to by some of the regular members of Simpson House. i visited Mr. and Mrs. John Oaks SunThe Kokomo fence stays up when Police Court room Saturday afternoon the old committee, and the matter was day. Mrs. E. L. Owsley has returned W. J. Romans. supto the district committee for ad- once put up. taken and formulated plans to get the Mr. Robert G. Evans of Danville from a protracted stay with Mr. and porters of Clark out to the Convention judication. The latter body held that A special price on garden hose. was mingling with local friends last .Mrs. Ben Letcher of New York. Democrats the action ot the committee in calling on Saturday May 25th. Conn Bros. week. Miss Jennie Rankin and brother from all over the county wen in this a meeting for the purpose of reorgani-ZHlio- n was void because of the fact Miss Bettie Reynolds of Crab Or- David ieft Wednesday to attend the meeting and all seemed confident that Dont forget to see W. J. Romans if Commencement exercises at the Madi- a large majority of tln democrats in that they failed to give the chairman you chard is visiting her sister Mrs. John want si stove or range. son Institute, Richmond. Their sister Garrard County favored Clark. Plans due notice within the proper time as Oaks. miss juary itanKin is one oi tne crauu- - were suggested and adopted to carry required by the party rules. The dis We are offering special bargains in Mr. Hyler of New York has been the ates out the purpose of the meeting. The trict committee futher held that there Buggies and Harness. Conn Bros. recent guest of Mr. Woods Walker and following were named to look after the were only five bona fide members of I The following Lancasti'ians were in family. The Kokomo fence will not rust as Stanford for the K. P. minstrel, Mr. Champ Clark cause in the various pre- the Garrard county committee and Miss Leona Wilson Gott of Richmond and Mrs. Samuel Haselden and son, cincts of the county. that they should hold office until their quick as other fences. W. J. Romans is here the guest of her aunt Mrs. L. Messrs J. W. Sweeney, James A. Beaz Court House W. R. Cook, Loyd successors were elected or appointed All kinds of garden seed for sale. and qualified. The five members holdCo N - Milltr Bourne & C. A. Arnold. ley, Green Clay Walker, Robert WalBall & Holtzclaw. . East Park A, K. Walker. W. H. ing on are John Ham, R. H. Batson, ur. iames is. ivmnairu nas gone to ters and Joe F. Francis. j G. M. Patterson, J. H. McQuerry and Brown, & J. N.- Denny. Lexington lor a convention of tne K. K The following were in Richmond for Great bargains on buggy harness at West Park Ashby Arnold, J. F. W. H. Fain, and Chairman Wynn also Surgeons. the funeral of little Plenry Hall Gregory Robinson & John Broaddus. W. J. Romans. holds office until his successor is elected. Mr. and Mrs. 2 Mrs. Marshal Eason who has been ' caster, Mrs J. Parker Gregory, Lan- West Bryantsville John Dismukes, The other four members are, W. 0. Sheep shearing, a pleasure if you use Sallie Rayburn, Richmond, seriously ill for several days is very Mays, removed from county, J. H. Green Bowling & Sam Secrest. Conn Bros. our shears. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hall and Miss E much better. East Bryantsville Hogan Ballard, J Easley, removed from county, E. G. Kate Clancy of Winchester, W. F. W. Royston & Ben Robinson. Creech removed from county, but now Mr. and Mrs. John Baughman of Dan See W. J. Romans for your house Champ and Miss Jeanie Lackey of this B. Ray, Dr. J. S. Gilbert returned and Alex. Walker, elected paints and oils. Buckeye E. ville have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. city. fA committeeman for one precinct when & Thomps Hill. Luther Gibbs. Lancaster relatives have received School House Joe Ross, C. he resided in and voted in another. See our Lawn Mowers, they are Walkers Miss Eva Hilton of Stanford is with the following invitation, Dr. and Mrs. S. Ballew & Thos King. what you are looking for. Conn Bros. her sisters Mrs. R. H. Batson and John Morris Frazee request the honor Lick E. L. Woods, J. Wade Paint ANOTHER LEADER. Miss Susie Hilton. of your piesence at the marriage of Walker & Robert Boain. For thirty days you can get a bar- i gain on a buggy or driveing wagon Mrs. T. B, Walker and sons, George their daughter Francis Lusk to Mr. Takes Front Rank In The Contest. at Union Sam Ballard, Eb Cooley & Eb W. J. Romans. and Tommie were visiting Lancaster Henry Lloyd on Tuesday the 28th of Scott. Scarcely doe3 one of the young ladies May at high noon. The Christian relatives last week. The organization will meet again at See W. J. Romans fine buggies and attain the first place in the contest church Maysville Kentucky. the Police Court room in Lancaster on Mrs. James Burnside has returned to P. column before she is ousted by one of driveing wagons they are beauties, and Saturday May the I8th, at 2 o'clock O her home in Richmond, after a visit to prices very low. inM. All friends of Champ Clark are her perservering adversaries, and Gregory. Lancaster relatives. stead of giving up the battle, goes invited to this meeting. Klenzona. For cleaning gloves silks, gamely to work to regain the lost Henry Hall Gregory, the little three The Chatauqua Circle will meet toground. It takes pluck and determina- woolen goods without injury to color day with the teachers Misses Robinson, montns oiu son ot Mr. anu Mrs. K. if. Gregory, died on last Thursday morn Closing Exercises Qf One Of The Most tion to keep up a race in which you or fabric. Miss Rella Arnold. Brashear and Mason. are cognizant of the fact that eternal ana tne remains were taKen to Successful Years Of The Lancaster Mrs C. C. Brown spent the latter ing A car load of the Standard Kokomo vigilance will be the price of your ulRichmond for interment on Friday. part of last week with relatives in The little fellow wire fence just received. W. J. RomSchool In Progress Graded timate success, but these fair conhad been suffering Louisville Fall City. testants are certainly exhibiting a ans. for some time with brain trouble. The This Week. Mesdame J, R. Mount and M. D. bereaved parents have the sympathy style of energy and determination that Strayed to my place about March 15 Hughes were visitors of Mrs John of the entire community in their loss. is worthy of emulation, and which if a black sow. Owner can The annual Commencement exercises have same by Woods of Danville Friday. of the Lancaster High School were followed out through life is sure to paying all charges and proving properMother's Day. well launched on last Sunday by an ex- bring success to them. Mrs. Florence Walker leaves this ty. J. T. Rainey Following is the standing of the week for a visit to Dr. and Mrs. Rev. F. M. Tinder will preach his cellent baccalaureate sermon by Dr. S. count. Wool sacks at Sweeney's stable. I Frank Walker of Louisville. Sunday morning sermon next Sunday M. Jefferson of Transylvania Univer- contestants at the last Notwithstanding the inclement will be at the depot in Lancaster every sity LANCASTER DISTRICT. Miss Ella Thompson has returned to on "Mother's Day," and he should be Saturday to receive wool. Tag Wool greeted by a good corwd to hear such weather, the audito.ium of the Chris- Mary Eliza Holtzclow her home near Danville after a visit to 188,317 nicely. d J. D. Easly tian church was well filled by the an interesting subject discussed. her cousin Miss Hallie Brown. 182,664 Mae Powell friends of the graduating class. In 1908 the second Sunday in May was 139,442 v Woods Walker has been in Lebanon deignated to be celebrated as mother's On Thursday afternoon on the School Kate Ham For Sale. 94,975 Katie Mae Dickerson, to see his uncle Mr. Stephen Walker day. and the commemoration was in- Campus, the eight graduates, presided 61,640 Three Jersey heifers, well broken Alline Thomas who is there under treatment. augurated by Miss Laura Jaryis, who over by their president, Miss Margaret Nellie O'Hearn 44,374 and will be fresh within a short time. class program Dr, and Mrs. J , J. Pursley have re- is now president of the Mother's Day Morrow, rendered the F. M. Tinder. 41,482 Jennie Cox turned from a winters sojourn in Geor- International Association. The move as outlined in the last issue of the OraPrather 22,458 Pi gia and other southern states. ment sprang into popularity immediate- - Record. Coal, Lime and Cement. 21.420 This. Friday evening, at the Chris Gracie Mae Cochran 20,079 Sallie Anderson . Mr. George Ballew was the guest of Just received a car load of Rex round sally observed. In 'many states Gov- tian church the graduating address Lillie Croucher 19,350 coal, very superior cooking coal, Mrs. Edna Ballew and Mr. A. W. will be given by Rev.'Dr. Ellis of Paris lie on ernors issue proclamations in regard to 13,025 car, 12c delivered. Kavanaugh Saturday and Sunday. Also a car of lime Ky. On the same evening diplomas Beulah Mae Beazley this day. 4,610 will be conferred on the graduating Lillian Estes in sacks and barrels, and will sell any Mrs. F. D. Gaines and little son, of 1,710 amount. Kosma" Portland cement,best UlanBogier Danville, visited the Mesdames Curry Ed. Callahan Noted Mountain Feudist Dies class by the principal. The prizes so on market. See me before buying. generously donated by Mr. Alexander BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. and Mr. James Y. Curry last Friday. In Hospital At Buckhorn Ky. H. B. Northcott. ' R. Denny, .will be presented to the Osa Coulter 153,650 2t. Miss Jennie Higgins went to FrankEd. Callahan, noted mountain feudist children at 9 o'cloek Friday morning. 95,250 Lucy Campbell fort to attend a call meeting of school and erstwhile right hand man of the The graduates will on Saturday night Matto 83,800 lossaMayTeater Superintendents to consider the new late Judge James Hargis, died in a hos- give a reception on the School Campus Rella Ruble 81,650 school law. pital at Buckhorn in Perry county last to their friends and class mates. The Flora Ruble 77,450 Mrs. Marshall Gordon of Columbia, Saturday night as the result of wounds first honor member of the graduating Mary Belle Halcomb o'77,100 JJHi Mo., is the guest of her mother Mrs. received at the hands of a concealed class will be entitled to a free scholar- Mary Ellen Farley 73,350 clock. 5? Elizabeth Denny and cousin Miss Katie assassin about two weeks ago. Calla- ship in any college of the state. 59,300 OIlie Crawford Lee Denny. The Lancaster Graded School, and Blanche Stone han was forty eight years of age ""and 56,675 53,900 Hon. W. J. Price of Danville stopped conducted an extensive business at its splendid adjunct, the High Sehool Pearl Shearor Sunday en route from Richmond Crockettsville in Breathitt county. For is the pride not only of the town of Clodie Speaks 38.865 over county, to spend a few hours with Lancaster several years he has sought to lead a Lancaster, but of the entire 36,300 Ophelia Montgomery peaceful life, but as several attempts and its growing efficiency will even- Sallie Ham 33 500 friends and relatives. ' have been made to assassinate him, he tually render it unnecessary for any 32,500 Judge Emmet Puryear, candidate has been compelled to maintain a guard pupil desiring a good education to Ethel Onstott 31,300 Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Maggie Norris Two miles for Commonwealth's Attorney was in and to erect a stockade around his leave the county. Since its establish27,900 Annie Osborne this city Tuesday meeting the voters place of business, but notwithstanding ment the success of the school has from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. and asking them to vote for him. been more marked with each years all these precautions; an assassin's ' 120,652 course of study has been en- - Mrs. Dove Garner :,' work, the asa mark. Aleck Smith formerly of this county n That voting saloons into our neighboring towns works almost as much of 5 children. a hardship on Lancaster as it does in Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Elkin are visiting the town getting the saloons is a fact in Louisville. that has been quickly demonstrated. Miss Annie Herndon is in Louisville Since saloons were opened in Nicholas-vill- e for medical treatment. there has been considerable travel Her-ro- n NMiss OIlie Deane leaves Monday for to and from that place, and Chief suspecting that something was her home in Owensboro. wrong began watching, and did he have F. S. Hughes is in Louisville visiting long to wait, one night last week he Hughes. his brotiiei-lL-caught Taylor Simpson, alias "Snip" R. H. Eatson is in Louisville with his with .something over a gallon of booze and promptiy' SITeSt?.' t"m- - :Sinpson son Judge Homer W. Batson. was taken before Judge"" xfai ris n Miss Minnie Walsh will leave Satur- - , Thursday morning on a warrant charg day for her home in Campbellsville. ing him with bringing in whisky for Win. R. Cook and son Robinson will hire, and was fined ?50. and costs. leave shortly for a stay in New York. The city authorities are fully determinAttorney James I. Hamilton and H. ed to take this matter in hand early in Clay Kauffman attended Court in Rich- the action, and to catch every person mond. they possibly can who is violating the Mrs. F. S. Hughes and little son are law as regards bringing liquor into in Paint Lick visiting Mr. and Mrs. town and administer such fines as is hoped will break up the practice. James Francis. E. and added to, the corps of teachers has been increased in numbers until with the close of the presentyear, we may proudly boast of one of the best schools in the state. With the beginning of the fall term, we hope to have completed the new building, the equal in architectural design and modern equipment of any of the public school buildings of the state, and what is better still, erected without the addition of one cent upon the taxation of the people. After school closes Prof. Riley and family will occupy the Methodist parsonage on Stanford street. County Committee Held. larged RubyParrish Mrs. Dave Newland I'la Lee Campbell Cecil Garner Mahala Howard Bertha Rogers 101,946 98,099 90,460 57,518 49.1SG Eva Fletch Sadie Catler Jewel Francisco Nanie Carpenter Nell Davis Bessie Reynolds .' -- - 37,884 31,954 15,746 ,10,929 8,972 3.520 1,60S 1,572 1,232 . 1,185 1,174 1,030 1,000 1,000 Mane White u "V" it ' ' ' T" T . T" T lt i - , a j 3t-p- Don't fail see the inee at the Opera House Saturday afternoon at 3 Registered Jersey Bull Foxy Alex 103717. -- . -- r. e. henry; - f r-t- . - f S& -- 1 - RULES and REGULATIONS Governing Candidates for the Grand Prizes offered by -- I FARMER'S COLUMN rfpaco below this heading is for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. Np notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only lu '.wo issues of the Record, free of charge J each of the Merchants in connection with The Central Record. M Poultry ,Lolunin Public Sale. " 1 I Cold Weather winter, "Some good, believe me," said Miss Connelly, gay-las she bounced into the cloak room. "Anybody that's collectin thi3 kind of 'weather can have all that's comln' to me and no questions asked." She threw her muff at Miss Hoffman and her fur collar at Miss Larson and laid two icy fingers on the back of Miss Frizkie Miss Frizkie's neck. squirmed out of reach. y, As administrator 1 will on, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12th, 1912. sell to the highest and best bidder the farm of R. M Robinson. Jec'd, situated in Garrard county, Kentucky, on the Lexington and Danville pike, 6 miles northeast of Danville, 1 miles northwest of Lancaster, mile west of Camp Dick Robinson and 2J miles CARDS. 1 L Pontius, 1IIIIIIIIIIB Dr. R. Fine tomato plants for sale by "Mrf!J S. C. W. Leghorns. J. W. Grant. Ballot Box will be opened every Monday at 6 p. M. and the Joe. Aldridge, Marksbury, Ky has votes therein counted and the "ballot box resealed by a committee of one hundred and thirty five yards of Eggs For Sale. extra early tobacco bed for sale. two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be S. C. Brown Leghorns' eggs 75 cents "You're terribly nervous, Frizzle," subject to public approval. The result of each week's count shall be Lost Gold bar pin with" four leaf per 15 or 5.00 per 100 can fill incubator said Miss Connelly. "You ought to clover and diamond in center, Return order on short notice. take something for it." published every week and the candidate's name and her" standing to Miss Fannie Tinder's guest and re- - Mrs. J. M. Cress, R. F. D. No. 4, "I'm more likely to hand out some1. Stock from Prize Winners at Atlanta, Louisville, Ciacinnati and other shows. For Sale Some sows and pigs, also A few Cockerels left. Eggs priced acsome good fence posts. cording ts pen. J. A. Conn, Jr. J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. i to appear. ed ceive reward. Stanford, Ky. Phone 380-- G Mr. B. F. Patton passed through Lancaster on Monday afternoon with once each month by the contest man2. All votes are 56 head of 300 to 500 pound heifers Barred Plymouth Rocks. ager. Any candidate can get the consent of contest manager at any which he had purchased at Stanford I have a flock of 100 fine selected court, they costing him on an average Plymouth Rocks, the best of all for time to inspect or count the votes, of 5 cents per ponnd. He was taking them to grass on his farm in Madison eggs and table. The hens were selected for their exquisite shape and color, county. 3. Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the also laying record as well as for their fine Plymouth Rock points. They are Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps? Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. strong and healthy, farm raised, their No never. Its foolish to fear a fan eggs will bring good chicks. I offer cied evil, when there are real and dead such as I will not need for my own use 4. Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is nomnated ly perils to guard against in swamps at 75 cts per setting of 15. Call and in regular form on one of the coupon ballots, The contest manager re- and marshes, bayous, and lowlands. ace my iiuuk. Louis G. Tinder, Lancaster, Ky. These are the malaria germs that cause serves the right to reject the name of any undesirable candidate and to ague, chills and fever, weakness, aches in the bones and muscles and may inlimit the number of entries. duce deadly typhoid. But Electric Bitters destroys and casts out these vici 5. Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are ob- ous germs from the blood, "Three A. Face Retenoid. bottles drove all the malaria from my tained from any of the following sources; Coupons appearing system," wrote Wm. Fretwell, of L adies Delight. A Freckle Remover, on any handbill, dodger, form-lette- r or card issued by or Lucama, N. C, "and I've had fine' B leaches the Skin. health ever since. Use this safe, sure A labasterlike Effect, coupons given for trade at our store. All others shall be declared void remedy only. 50c at R. E. McRoberts mooth, velvety skin, & Son. T onic for FaeeMtIseles. and thrown out by the judges. CS 'ejuvenates Your Youth, LICK-- . PAINT O f Great Beautifying Power, L, ovelier Facial Appearance. - 6. No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be per- Lancaster Exchange Facts. J 1-- m S Miss Kate Ely spent Sunday with Alabastrol friends in Lancaster. In the last two months we sold 1,852 Mr. R. G. Woods has bought of Mr. packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because 7. All votes mustJaeTieposited in the balIot box in the Presence Moore the place joining Rucker & it is the most perfect production of its kind on the market, universally indors0illc-coTite- st manager or some one appointed by him. In casting a Mr. J. S. Burrows has returned from ed by users. Removes Freckles, Sunburn, Tan, etc. number of votes at the same time they must be neatly tied together or Southern Texas where he spent the and is the Ideal Allays chafed skin Combination Cream winter. placed in a small envelope. Votes on newspaper subscriptions may Mrs. Leban Kirk of Paintsville is the and powder. None give that soothing, guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. cooling feeling as Alabastrol and whose be cast personally or by mail. use. is so much appreciated. It acts on C. McWhorter. the face not unlike a refreshing, coolMr. and Mrs. Tom Logston of Berea ing Spring Morning. We guarantee it 8. Any candidate may solicit votes in any District they wish. spent Sunday with her parents Mr. and to be satisfactory in every respect. Mrs. George Treadway. Mailed to your home in generous size Mr. Joe McCormack has sold his packages and in plain wrapper for 50 farm, recently purchased from Mr. Cents Silver. No Samples. mitted to enter the contest. ,- -- '" Es-tndg- e. SPECIAL EXCURSION $1.50 Trip Round CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, May 19th. 1 1 .50 Round Trip Gay to Mr. Clarence Ballard. Misses Hazel Patrick, Louise and Nellie Rice, visited Miss Sallie Woods at Madison Institute last week. Mis. Sallie McCormack has returned to her home in Lancaster after a visit to her son Mr. Joe McCormack. Mrs. S. F. Hughes and little son of Lancaster are spending several days with her parents Mr. and Mrs. James Reuben The Siloeon Mfg Co., Pueblo, ColoradoJ Notice To Creditors. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Stinnett's Executor, Vs Notice, Plffs. Francis. Mrs. Martha Fergerson and little grandson of Mt. Vernon have returned to their home after a visit to Mrs. Walter Hammock. Several people from here attended the commencement last Wednesday, at Madison Institute, Miss Sallie Woods being one of the graduates. It Started The World. when the astounding claims were first made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, but Reuben SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. forty years of wonderful cures have proved them true, and everywhere it is now known as the best salve on earth for Burns, Boils, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, Eczema, Chapped hands, Fever Sores and Piles. Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. and restore the color to gray or faded hair? There are many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it is probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their manufacturers. Thee are many Hair Restorers which are nothing more than 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 appear- A Genuine Hair Restorer. 1-- m so-call- ance. Notice To Creditors. & Creditors, Defendants. All persons having claims against the estate of Reuben Stinnett, deceased, are hereby notified to and required to present same, properly proven as required by law, to the undersigned comher. missioner at his office on or before May "She ain't sick, is she?' I says. 15th. 1912 and all claims not so proven " 'She's actin' awful funny,' the kid and presented by said date shall be says. 'I can't tell whether she's sick barred. or not. You better go in and talk 1c W. H. BROWN, her.' "Well, I went into ma's room and M. C. Garrard Circuit Court. 3t. there she was in bed with a hot water bottle on each side of her, about seven blankets and three comforters on Convert Gives Up Burglar Tools. Converted by the Salvation army, a top of her and my kid sister's cap that burglar stood before the congregation she wears to school pulled over her at the hall in Spokane, Wash., and face. " 'Why, ma,' I says, 'what's the matdrew forth two revolvers, an electric flash, a jimmy and other parts of a ter? Are you sick?' burglar's outfit He said that he had "'I s'pose you might call it bein' intended to rob some stores, because sick,' she barks. 'I know I'm sick and he was hungry, until he heard their tired of this here weather and I ain't goin' to countenance it another minmusic. ute.' Ma knows some swell words, believe me. She's got a grand education. Stinnett's Heirs gy house, hen house, ice house, grancorn crib Miss Connelly winked at Miss Hoff- ary, cow barn, man, who promptly collapsed In an at with wagon shed attached, cattle barn, ARE YOU GOING? tack of the giggles. "Pretty smart the very best of fence, a deep bored I am going to the Three Chair Shop for you, Frizzie," said Miss Connelly. well with wind mill in perfect condi"Look at what you done to little tion, a concrete tank of sufficient cap- to get my Face and Head Changed Hoffy. Some of them wheezes of hers acity to water the entire farm with where you don't have te wait a minute. is going to strike in some day. Richmond Street. the purest and best mineral water, it also has a never failing spring cenHENRY DUNCAN "I wish you girls could see ma," she trally located. On one corner of this a moment. "You never The Old Reliable Barser. went on after and a did see any person hate the cold the farm is located a store-roocottage witn good stable and way ma does. The first night I breezed in out of that north wind ma was other outbuildings, and in the store is settin just as close to the kitchen the postoffice of Marcellus. There is stove as she could set. also the best blacksmith shop in the " 'Forevermore, ma,' I says, puttin' county within 200 yards, Pleasant my hand on the back of her neck, Grove church within 150 yards. This LANCASTER, KY. like I done to Frizzie just now, 'why place will be offered in two tracts 1st Office don't you get Into the stove?' Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. " 'I would,' says ma, 'If the door wan the farm and then the store property containing about acres of gronud big enough.' always tickles me to death and the buildings thereon as above "Say, it to see ma get peevish, so I went to the mentioned, and then as a whole, the door and flung it open. 'Gee,' I says, highest and best bid will be accepted. Possession will be given Jan. 1st, 'but it's close In here! " 'Nell Connelly,' yells ma, 'shut thai 1913, with seeding privileges thi3 fall. door, this minute.'or I'll take my slip- TERMS as follows: Purchaser will be per to you.' required to give bo.id for the fulfillStanford Street. "I didn't move fast enough to suit ment of the following terms One-ha- lf her, so she jumped at the door anri cash Jan. 1st, 1913, balance in LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. slammed it shut and I really thought equal payments in one, two and three she was going to hand me one on the years, bearing 6 per cent interest. Office Hours Offlce over side of my head, she was so mad." A lien will be retained on the land for 8R.m tol2. lp.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Stora "'Well, sho says, 'I never thought to live to be the mother of a goose,' the deferred payments. At the same she says, 'though it ain't a word that place and time will sell personal propI care to use, me bein' a lady. It don't erty consisting of the following: DENTIST. Implements. run in my family,' she says. 'I always did say you took after your pa's 1 Cultivator, 2 double shovel Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. folks. plows, 1 disc drill (supericr) , 1 smooth"The next morning, when I came ing Harrow, 1 disc narrow, good as down to breakfast, ma was shaking new, 2 turning plows, 1 steel roller, 1 so with the cold that she was makln' hay rake, 1 clipper seed fan good as the dishes rattle on the shelves. 1 1 corn sheller, 1 1 new, 1 fodder sled, was doin' a shiverin act myself, but cutting box, 1 farm wagon. 1 hay ma. wasn't in the same class with PHONE 339-"My teeth was chatterin so I could frame, 1 top buggy, gear, household Offlce over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. 1 hardly talk, but I says, as steady as furniture and other articles too numerLancaster, could: 'My, ain't It oppressive this ous to mention Kentucky mornin', ma? What do you say to HORSES AND MULES. bavin' cold boiled ham, lemonade and 1 team extra good Mare ice cream for supper tonight?' I says. Mules, well broken, 1 team extra good "I couldn't get a word out of ma Mare Mules, 1 that night when I come home from mare in foal, 1 harness mare, work. I don't know's I ever seen hei 1 harness gelding, 1 yearling so sore before. After supper my kid brother and sister got to scrappln' filly by Lord Bourbon. CATTLE AND HOGS. and, bless Pete, if they didn't break 9 yearling steers, extra good ones E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician the window! Ma give 'em just one Glasaea Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. look and then she beat Into her bed- and a lot of other young cattle, 3 extra room and locked the door, and not one good milch cows with calves by their of us set eyes on her again that sides, 5 sows and pigs, 1 good male night hog. "The next night when I blew in For further information call on B. F. there was my kid sister gettin' sup Robinson, Marcellus, Ky., or G. B. per. Robinson, Danville, Ky. Sale to begin " 'Where's ma?' I says. nromntlv at 10:30. Dinner will be "'Gone to bed,' says the kid. Offiice over Logan's store. "It gave me an awful jolt. I'd nevei served on ground. Residence Phone 75. B. F. ROBINSON, Ad'm'r. Offlce Phone 6 knowed ma to go to bed in the dayacquainted with Capt. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. time since I'd been 200-barr- el thing," rejoined Miss justifiable indignation. Frizkie, with southeast of Bryantsville, consisting of 175 acres more or less. This land adjoins Historical Camp Dick Robinson, Offlice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. one of the most noted agricultural dis-- -- Lancaster, Kentucky tricts in Kentucky, noted especially for the raising of hemp and Burley tobacco. This land is in the highest state of cultivation about 70 acres in cultivation, the remainder in blue grass a part of which is virgin soil. The improvements on this farm consist of a ofQUALITT. good modern frame residence with water works and an mm nun bath room with all necessary outbuildings, such as a good barn, bug- Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Cut Flowers up-to-d- LWare McRoberts. all Where Where W m W. M. ELLIOTT, r Physician and Surgeon. J. W. SWEENEY LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE. B. F. "Walter. H. J. TINSLEY, J. County Surveyor. DR. Wm. BURNETT Plwsican and Surgeon. H. J. PATRICK, All WorK Guaranteed. Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Old Philo No, sir, I never judge a man by his shabby dress. He may be an erratic genius. Editor You are right. Dress Is no index. A man wearing sporty clothes and carrying a dud cane may be a delinquent subscriber. Whero It Paid. M. K. Denny, 9g DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. a uine Hair Restorer." a They will send a written agreement with every bottle of Sagine, to A 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 down the throat of a "eapey" and make the hair healthy and glossy, that they will pay the sum of S5 to anv chicken destroys the worms dissatisfied purchaser. and saves the chick's life. A This is the strongest offer ever made by any manufacturer and one they few drops In the drinking water could not possible make if they did not know positively from experiment CURES and that it would do exactly what they claim for it No one takes any chance in PREVENTS GAPES buying . Sagine as it is certainly worth ?1 to use a Genuine Hair Restorer white diarrhoea, roup, cholera that will grow hair, and if it does not give satisfaction they will pay you the $5 as agreed and other chick diseases. Send a $1 bill to The Siloron Mfg. Co. Pueblo, Colo., stating that you One 50c Bottle of 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 be - sent to you by express in plain wrapper. Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. The Siloron Mfg. Co. is incorporated under the Laws of the State of ColEvery poultry raiser should keen a hnti r orado and refer you to the mercantile agencies or any Pueblo banks as to their this medicine on hand. Write for free samole and Booklet on Diseases of Fowls." Address, v ability to fulfill any agreement they make. KMBM REMEDY COMPART, LeihgtOB, THE SILORON MF'G CO., Pueblo, Colo. Sold by HASELDON BROS. . 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. Prof. Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless vegetable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer and will grow hair and does not contain any dye of any kind, but will postively restore the natural color and brilliatcy to gray and faded hair. This is a very strong statement to make and if any chemist without the recognized ability and national reputation of Prof. Rembler were to make this claim we would be inclined to be skeptical as to its truth. It will be remembered by readers that are familiar with scientific discoveries that Prof. Rembler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding glass and also the Rembler wireless Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler is entitled to consideration as he would not make any statements which were not true and would injure his established reputation. The Siloron Mfg, Co. of Pueblo, Colo, have purchased the exclusive American rights to manufacture Sagine, as they have named Prof Rembler's invention, after having made a six month's test of Sagine and thoroughly demonstrating that it would postively do the work. The Siloron Mfg. Co have authorized us to make the following remarkable offer to all who need a "Gen- It has been the GARRARD CIRCUIT JJOURT. Elias Leavell's Admr. et al. Plffs. Vs Notice Elias Leavell's Heirs, et al., Defts. All persons having claims against the estate oi iMias heaven, deceased, are hereby notified to and required to present the same properly proven as required by law to the undersigned commissioner at his office on or before the 15th. day of May 1912 and all claims not so proven and presented shall be barred. W. H. BROWN, M. C. Garrard Circuit Court. 3t "I Am Well" writes Mrs. L. R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and can do .all my housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I could scarcely stand on my feet. After three different doctors had failed to help me, I gave Cardui a trial. Now, I feel like a new woman." 58 " 'Well,' I says to ma, 1 guess stay-iin bed's the best thing you can do,' I says. Til fetch you In some supper and some hot coffee and then maybe you'll feel better.' " 'You let me alone,' says ma. Tou needn't bring me nothln to eat. Do you think I'm going to sit up and eat it? You bet your life I won't. "On the square, I begun to think she'd gone dippy. She didn't act no more like ma usually does than notb-in- . 'Oh, come out of it, ma,' I says. Vn Vnf iUII UGL T x J. E. Robinson, UWYEK Will n ari COUNTY AITOINEY. Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Phone 194. Office over Police Court. TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co We have moved to East Water street one and block East of Lexing ton avenue. All orders called for and delivered. Phone 340. one-ha- lf SSH ONE VAX Take fiOP The Woman's Tonic A woman's health depends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system, ft is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardui at once, and'avoid more seri ous irouDies. we urge you to try it Begin today? ma says. 'I'm going to stay right in it till spring. And, what's more,' she says, 'I ain't goln' to wash my face till Nockem-- 1 don't think Gus De Jay the temperature gets above freezing, and before I come to bed I did my hair knows enough to pick up chips. up to stay till the Fourth of July. Now, Lnsem He knew enough to pick" up all I put down last night. beat it,' says ma." "My, I should think she'd get awful tired of it," said Miss Larson, anxiousAnother Matter. ly. "Do you really think she will stay there in bed?" "Sure she will," replied Miss Connelly, winking cheerfully at the other six. 'Ma takes after me and George Washington. She never told a lie." Chicago Daily News. wsvr.'fI. nnmsi UUt n JU LUUiC nf nf If Jl 11, h. VI. Faulkner, fllgr. . Fruit and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses Peonies, and Phlox. A Burglar's Awful Deed. Bourbon Poultry Cure .Soa.t may not paralyze a home so completely as a mother's long illness. But Dr. King's New Life Pills are splendid Everything for Orchard, Lawn aod remedy for women. "They gave me Garden. Our prices may interest you you insist upon One Girl Why wonderful benefit in constipation and marrying Lighter?do He Isn't to be Write for free Catalogue. No Agt. female trouble," wrote Mrs. M. C. trusted. The Other Girl Why, I'd Dunlap, of Leadill, Tenn. If ailing, trust him with my life. & Sons. "But I mean that he is not to be H.P.HillenmDyer try.them. McRoberts & trusted with anything valuable th&t 25c-atR.-- '" ' 1-- r-- r" . Lexington, Xenttjcky. a- -t K y V''' i