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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 24, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912052401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): May 24, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. LANCASTER, KY.. FRIDAY, MAY 24, 1912. Nice, clean, fresh home grown Straw berries picked right from the patch and delivered to your door, any day in the week. ' NUMBER 7. 3 83CSCSJS33S833 Phone 354F. Walton E. Moss. It will pay you to get our prices on Miss Meddie O. Hamilton, field secre tary of Chautauqualnstitution will have charge of a Uuion service at the Christian church, Sunday evening at 7:30 subject "The Poets Supreme Vision God." She will also hold services at the Methodist church, Sunday afternoon at 3:30. invited. Everybody is cordially Buggies Wagons, J Teacher's Money. The Kengarlan hotel is being brightMfdL ened up by a fresh coat of paint. MiK George W. Boner, a son of the late ton Sneed the local artist is doing the John Boner of this county, and himself work. well known here,has secured a good position in th Internal Revenue service. Gets Junior Honors And Gold Medal. He has been appointed General Store Mr. Horace L. Walker, who has been keeper & Gauger and will have a desk attending the Jefferson Law School in in Collector "Wiseman's office in DanLouisville is home for his vacation. ville, going on duty July 1st. George Horace received the highest mark in until recently edited the .Republican in the junior class, which was composed Nicholasville, and has been quite active of thirty five students, and was prein republican politics in the eighth dissented with a handsome gold medal for trict. his efficiency. Mrs. Joseph Injured. George Boner Lands Good Position. Given Warm Reception. steps-leadin- g JOlilDlJIiEOiisii TIMING AND PLUMBING. We ean do your work Plows, Disc Har rows 5 Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph while descend Superintendent Miss Jennie Higgins from her flat in informs us that the money due the ing the teachers of the county has arrived and the Stormes building on last Saturday will be paid to them on Saturday next. in some manner tripped and fell from the fourth step from the top to the botAnother New Auto. tom of the stairway; she was seyerely Dr. J. A. Amon is the latest Lan- bruised and has been under the care of castrian to fall for the automobile a nurse and a physician, however there craze. The Doctor has purchased an are no bones broken, and her friends elegant Buick runabout which he will will be glad to know that she will be had a very use in attending to his extensive prac- out in a few days. She narrow escape from serious injury. tice. Judge Lewis L. Walker, of Lancas ter, was here Wednesday to attend the meeting of Republicans of the Eighth District. The judgefjs highly thought oi in Danville and was given a most cordial welcome on all hands. He won an enviable reputation as judge of the circuit court and his good work has beenjhighly complimented. Messenger. A Big Postmaster. DO IT RIGHT AND ' Slight Blaze. Wise Ones Are Touched. Rollers, Cultivators and all kinds of- Imple Land - ments too numerous to mention. Our Motto Is To Live and Let Our New Hardware Store is in the old Hotel building. mft ara $$M MI b'jA 5 f , Lancaster, Ky. s3cgia:cets rB Wl II mzzmiZ$z& 1 !" M HIllflWI I tft W"I lWT Pl rietf & das eb m w teitd BS8 (m-m- i WORTH Clothing 5 Hats and Furnishing Goods Cut to the Core. When in town County Court Day don't fail to call on us. See our prices arid you will buy. Best. Values Ever Offered. Men's French Serge Suits new and worth $20. we are closing out at I 39 SjE i I Hp T. Xj Lancaster, Ky. Col. Jack Chinn of Harrodsburg, candidate for the democratic nomination for congress in this district was relieved of his handsome diamond pin, and Col John B. Thompson of the same city was seperated from a roll containing $700. at the Louisville races. Both of these gentlemen have been Mr. W. H. Wherritt Dead. away from home before and are "wise" Record Price For Cattle. Mr. William H. Wheritt was found but the light fingered gentry who ply At the St Louis stockyards on Tuesdead this (Thursday)- - morning. Mr. their trade at the big race tracks are no respectors of persons. day a record price was realized for catWherritt had been sick recently but tle; two cars of Missouri cattle, one was much improved and was able to New City Clerk. car from Saline county averaging 1770 31 Wednesday afternoon. He take a ride Mr. R. W. McRoberts who for the pounds and the other car from St. was 87 years of age. No arrangements been made for the funeral. past year has served as City Clerk, Louis county averaging 1500 pounds, have as yet jji A more extended notice of his death tendered his resignation to the City brought the extravagant price of $9.15 per hundred, the largest pric.2 ever SrSJ will appear next week. Council, which was accepted. Mr. will go to Atlanta Ga. where realized on that market. Advertises Some Himself. he will take a complete course in pharRicheson Electrocuted. Dr. J. J. Pursley, the" local cowboy macy, which will require about seven THE Live. months, after which he will return to herbalist, bids fair to outrival "Charlie Clarence V. T. Richeson, confessed Whitemoon" in the matter of advertis- Lancaster and resume his duties in the slayer of pretty Avis Linnell, his sweeting. The Record office is turning out McRoberts Pharmacy in" which he is a heart, whom he first betrayed and then Mason an immense amount of advertising partner. On Thursday night Logan R. murdered, paid the penalty for his matter for Dr. Pursley and soon the Smith was elected to the position of crime at 12;17 o'clock Tuesday morning s'ate will be flooded with "Dakota City Clerk to succeed Mr. McRoberts. in CharlestonMass. The electric current Jack's" literature. Lancaster people There were four applicants before the was turned on at 12:02 and at 12:17 he Will set plants where others fail. have lots of confidence in both Dr. council for the office, Messrs Henly V. was pronounced dead. The condemned Pursley and his remedies and many of Bastin, Adolph Joseph, Alex. Doty Jr. man walked composedly to the death the leading citizens testify to the merit and Logan Smith. chair and maintained that composure of his medicines. HBimH to the end. j . Railway Surgeons Meet. Automobilists. Notice To The State Association of Railway Colored School Closing. complaints are coming to me Surgeons held their annual meeting in Many The closing exercises of the Lancasabout the rapid speed of automobilists Lexington the 16th and 17th. Many ter Colored School will be held at the in the city limits. The speed limit interesting papers were read and diswithin the city is six miles per hour, cussed, among which was one by Dr. J. court house on next Monday and Tuesand four miles on corners. I do not B. Kinnaird of this place on "Perine-phriti- c day. The presentation of diplomas will take place on Tuesday evening. wish to cause anyone any trouble, but Abscess". The surgeons enjoyed A very elaborate and interesting proIwreaf ter the law must be adhered to an automobile excursion through the city Blue Grass regions around Lexington. gram, both musical and literary, has as to the speed of machines in the L. E. Herron, M. C. L. The clo?ing session was held on Friday been prepared for both evenings. limits. There are nine graduates. There were at which time the officers were elected ten of the students who took the exfor the ensuing year. Dr. Kinnaird amination, and nine out Ij'l 1 IIT'I llfl IflrrBTff of ten passed, was Secretary of the organ- which speake exceedingly well for Prof. ization without opposition, a position Burns and his assistants. which he has held for many years. Their next meeting place will be in Mrs Louisa Arnold 111. Frankfort in next May. Senator George T. Farris who arrivF. B. Marksbury Buys Suburban Home. ed in the city Wednesday, informed us ?!Eft-- ?Mrs Louisa that his mother-in-la&m wb zm& 1 Mr.- - Frank B. Marksbury on last FriArnold, was seriously ill at the home of day purchased of Mr. Silas Moss his house and about four acres of ground her son Mr Joseph Arnold in Richmond and that but small hope was entertainon the Danville pike one mile from town for $5500. Possession was given ed for her recovery. Mrs Arnold is at once. The deal was consummated the widow of the late John L. Arnold, through the real estate firm of Hughes and is one of Garrard county's best women. Her host of feiends at home & Swinebroad. Mr. Marksbury has relong had a penchant for raising fine are hoping that she is not as bad as ported. iwJKS hogs, and he is now seeking a larger field for his operations. Mr. Moss will ISO Can't Vote For Him. JtJ move to to the place now occupied by Mr. Jesse Dunn, the Owsley farm, and lion. W. ii. Mason, known all over If you buy a planter buy a BEMIS. A few planters on hand at bargains will continue to conduct his dairy busi- the state as '"Keg," was here from ness. Mr. Dunn will occupy the home Lancaster yesterday. Mr. Mason is a of Mrs. Mose Miller in Haselden Democrat, but has a Heights and Mrs. Miller will move to Mr. Roy Haynes, who is Danville. running for Congress in Ohio on the Republican ticket. The election is beElection Of United States Senators By ing held today and we asked "Keg" if he was going over to vote for him. Popular Vote Now Up To The Vari"No, no" replied "Keg." "He's a 9 : : : good fellow, but on the wrong side of ous States. Messenger. The two houses composing the "great the fence." When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. est deliberative body in the world", Attention Democrats. United States Congress, have concurred Good For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered Pursuant to a call of the Democratic in their views as to the Bristow Consti tutional amemndment, which puts the State Executive Committee, the demoquestion of the election of U. S. Sena crats of Garrard County are hereby IVOTE FOR tors by popular vote up to the 48 states called to meet in mass convention at In Piano Contest. now composing the nation; the legisla- the courthouse in Lancaster, Ky., on tures of three fourths, or thirty-si- x of Saturday May, 25. 1912, at 2 o'clock P. these staten must concur in this amend- M., for the purpose of choosing 6 delement, when it will become a part of gates, to the state convention to be the constitution. Following is the pro- held in Louisville May 29th, at which time delegates from Kentucky to the posed amendment: "The Senate of the UnitedStates shall National Democratic Convention will be be composed of two Senators from each chosen. All democratic voters of this Any State, elected by the people thereof, county are invited to be present at the for six years; and each Senator shall county convention', Saturday May 25. have one vote. The electors in each Jas. I. Hamilton Chairman Garrard You like from our State shall have the qualifications re- County Democratic Committee. quisite for electors of the most numertimber piles.'Noneed WQsto Organization. ous branch of the State Legislatures. to spend time in look m When vacancies happen in the repre The Wilson organization in Garrard sentation of any State in the Senate county will suggest the following deleing for good ones. the executive authority of such State gates to the state convention; Robt. Every stick in the jjjj shall issue writs' of election to fill such Boain, Sim Wheeler, Jno. Rubles, A.1B m cax mm m rcra in , j n tv y vacancies. Provided, that the Legisla- Brown, Jr., Thomps Arnold, Jr. Jas. ! pile is sound, season- -f ture of any State may empower the ex- Bratton, who ifselected will be instruct l V'VGmXyk&W ecutive thereof to make temporary ap- ed to vote for McCreary, J. C. W. Beck able and straight. pointments until the people fill the va ham, John C. C. Mayo, Ollie James, Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's cancies by election as the. Legislature for delegates from the state to may direct.? the national convention and for Rufus why you should get the best which means getting them This amendment shall not be so con- "Vansant for chairman of the state com here. structed as to affect the election or mittee. term of any Senator chosen before it A resolution will also be offered enbecomes valid as part of the Constitu- dorsing Gov. Woodrow Wilson for Pres tion." ident, on account ot nis culture, nis in- tergrity, his opposition to the unlawful Plants. Plaits. Plate. aggregation of wealth and his. successpotato' plants.' all ful work in destroying the corrupt ring Tomato J varietys7 Mrs.. George Smith, tf and machines in New Jersey. A slight blaze at the home of Mr. John K. West on Richmond street called out the department at noon on Wednesday, however, we are glad to say that the fire was extinguished before the engine could reach Mr. West's home. The damage was very slight. Mr. W. T. West, postmaster at Lancaster, was in town Wednesday. He is, undoubtedly, the largest postmaster in Kentucky. He stands six feet eight inches and weighs well, they've never found scales to hold him. He has licked the Lancaster stamps for several terms and is prominently identified with the business interests of the town. Messenger. i Save You Money, Mr. S. H. ALDRIDGE has charge of our shop. Telephone us your orders. HfiSEbDEN BROS. 1 -- Mp-Robe- rts mfimmmImMiMmW) MMfMj'Mm Bemis Tobacco Planter ' 1 II 1 ed -- ACT - MMfj fcrifflBKHI OF dyed-in-the-wo- son-in-la- Shoes W. J. ROMANS. GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES 1 K" I Take Beam WrpmmMi I raKatyt- 1.1 f at-lar- ge GAN Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. and-swe- .... -- .. WHWBHWSSS"" The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. GREfii CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., May 24, 1912. Rates For Political Announcements For or For For For For Precinct and City Offices County Offices State and District Offices Calls, per line Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line $ 5.00 10.00 15.00 .10 10 10 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress. We are authorized to announce Jack Chinn a candidate for Congress in the eighth district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held August, 3rd, 1912. We are authorized to announce Hon. J. A. Sullivan a candidate for Congress in the eighth district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held August 3rd, 1912. For Commonwealth Attorney. We are authorized to announce Emmet Puryear as a candidate for Common wealth's attorney, subject to the action of the Democratic party. The Record Is authorized to announce W. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candidate for the nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney, subject to the "A public office' is a public trust" is a time worn phrase, but is none the less true. When a man is either elected or appointed to any office, 'whether it he an officer of a bank or lodge, to the presidency, congress, state, county, or even as a member of the city council, he is so selected because it is thought that he will best represent the interests of those who select him. That man is supposed to have a mind and will of bis own, to be capable of handling in a logical manner all matters that may come before him for his consideration, and to handle them to th'e very best advantage of those who have placed confidence in him. He is supposed to reason for himself, not to advocate some measure just because someone else favors that measure, to vote for or against some proposition merely because he is requested to do so by some one of his con temporaries. Too many of our public servants in these days, especially those who occupy minor offices, are prone to vote with their colleagues simply in order that they may be rid of the meas ure which confronts them, when, probably if they had given the proposition the proper amount of consideration and thought, they would have voted in an entirely different manner. A good rule to apply to the handling of business connected with the office of a public official is to treat the matter as if it was your own personal concern. Especially is this a good rule in the handling and distribution of funds over which you in common with oth'er'men occupying like office, have control. If when a matter comes up that requires the disbursement of funds over which you have partial control, you will stop and ask yourself the question "If this were a personal matter with me, what would I do?", Then if you are a good business man, the decision which you reach, will not fall far short of right. In any event, if you do this you will have the approval of your own conscience, which is far more to be desired than the approval of your fellow man. The following tabulation taken from a summary made including all returns up to May 19th gives the presidential outlook in both the Democratic and Republican ranks. The figures as given show as compared with all fig- seems that he is up against a hard position just at present. pro- Train WuTBe Held. Judge Homer W. Batson and Mr. C C. Stoll have been appointed a committee .to endeavor to bring peace and harmony to the warring factions of the republican party in Jefferson county. What success they will Jiave in their efforts to pour oil upon the troubled waters is yet to be seen. EMMETT LOGAN For the accomodation of the citizens who live between Lancaster and Paint Lick who may wish to attend the Democratic convention to be held in Lancas ter tomorrow (Saturday) afternoon, train No. 70 will be held in Lancaster until 2:30 o'clock, which will afford ample time to attend" the convention and then return home on the train. . Y.T? ,. Jy mif rl Trial tl m tOitsiSiijXgjjlSiiijjCj 11 irf r 'V rJV I fT rWJ fVAY..i..ii 5wj6S!dM.Awvy r . rN T The Hampden Murder 1 Wire Drawn Tungsten I BLBOTillG LAMPS. 1 m Once Prominent Kentucky Journalist And Louisville Fol Former Editor Of The Times Dies In Baltimore lowing An Operation For Ear Trouble. Emmett Garvin Logan, a few years ago editor of the Louisville Times, one of the most brilliant journalists of the state and one of the cleverest gentle men the state ever produced, died at John Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore last Thursday as the result of the burst ing of an artery following an' operation for a trouble of the ear from which he had long been a sufferer. Mr. Logan was born in Shelby county Ky. and formerly conducted a paper in Shelby ville; he afterwards removed to Louisville where he became editor of the Times. About twelve years ago he retired from journalism and purchased a farm in Warren county near Bowling Green where he has since resided. Besides his wife who was Miss Betti,e Covington of Bowling Green, Vlij. Logan is survived by three sons, Wells C. and Emmett Logan of Bowling Green and Dulaney Logan of New Albany Ind. Pension Rates Under Newly Enacted Law. Under the recently enacted Pension Law the following table of rates will be effective, and any pensioner who has reached the age of 62 years may make application for the benefits of the law; the Commissioner of Pensions will prescribe the manner of making this application and provide the necessary blanks. No pension agent or attorney will be entitled to any fee for procuring this increase under the new law. Length Age of service Amount 62" 62 Old Hampden was dead murdered! Boys Sheep In Crockettsyille; It semed odd that it could be so, Mr. W. S. Carrier returned home on that morning as I walked up the wide Tuesday from Crockettsville, noted as avenue leading to the great stone on Hampden being the home of the late Ed. Calla- building that had stood years. Heights for a hundred han, located in Breathitt county in He had been buried three weeks, sight of where Perry, Owsley and when they telegraphed for me, and, Breathitt counties corner. Mr. Carrier on my arrival, I went to the house, up purchased while there ninety head of Into the room where they had found sheep for which he paid, counting lambs him lying so ghastly and grim. The best detectives In the city had and all, $250. He also purchased about a dozen goats which will form a nucleus examined the house, and failed to find for Jim Hamilton's goat farm herd. a clue. I could hardly hope to do they had done, but I made Mr. Carrier drove his purchase home, a better Jthan the circuit of the apartment three distance of eighty miles, consuming an times, I examined the doors, then tho entire week in making the journey. windows, and finally, without the The sheep were coupled together like least idea of finding anything, glanced oxen, 'with yokes, until they reached behind the screen that half concealed the fireplace: for John Hampden, hav the bottom of the "Big Hill" in ways, ounty, when thpy were released. ing a fondness for clung to the broad stone hearths and He only lost two sheep on the trip, one days. was gored to death by a cow, and in wide chimneys of ancient For a moment I was startled at crossing South Fork of Kentucky river, saw, but recovering myself I where he was compelled to bring them what I down and examined it. stooped over a few at a time in skiffs, two d There, firmly stamped in the were drowned. Mr. James Roberts acashes, was the imprint of a companied Mr. Carrier. foot, a singularly made affair, looking Mr. Carrier says there is a stale of as though the foot that wore it was suppressed excitement existing in and deformed. around Crockettsville over the recent I went out of the house and passed death-oEd. Callahan at the hands of round to the eastern side. A horse had been tethered In a an assassin, and that further trouble is He says all work is sus- cluster of trees not far away, and imminent. of a pended among the men, and about all there, hidden in the rotten end Itself, decaying log. I found the boot you can get out of them is to "watch stiff with human gore. the papers." Mr. Carrier "swapped The name of the manufacturer was hosses" with one of Callahan's fol- stamped on the inside, and taking the lowers, but fearing he might be mis- down train the next morning, I called taken for an enemy, he required the at his office. man to bringthe" horse south of the I described the article, and asked him the name of his customer. river before he would accept it. Madison-cold-tim- i I I I FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. Also CARBON LAMFS for places not requiring a strong iZt light. STORMES DRUG STORE m&f&Mm)m'mm& The CREAMERY will ivlilk on 1 e g open to receive half-bake- MONDAY, mm bth ' f and our ICE WAGON will begin running on same clay The ICE CREAM Department will open iiulillDoUajfp We solicit your patronage. Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. For County Judge. A. T. Smith Meets Death By Live Wire In Middlesboro. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to ures heretofore tabulated that Speaker Clark is a big gainer over all other the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action 'of the democratic party. For Assessor. C. democratic aspirants; that the Taft boom seems to be on the wane and that Roosevelt is making dangerous gains. Tab may easily be kept on the situation by adding to or taking from the standing of the respective candidates the results as they are obtained from the various states, as they hold elections or convention from now until the national conventions. Total number delegates in Republican 1,078 National Convention Needed to nominate (a majority) . . 540 Needed to give Mr. Taft a majority.. 56 Needed to give Mr. Roosevelt a ma160 jority 954 Elected to date 124 Yet to be chosen Total number delegates in Democratic National Convention, 1,094. Needed to nominate (two thirds) , 729 Number elected to date, 738. Yet to be elected, 356. Needed to give Mr. Clark two'thirds, 90 days 6 1 The Middlesboro Thousandfticks has the following account of the death of Mr. Alexander T. Smith, which occurred in "that city on the 11th inst through coming in contact with a live wire. That Mr. "Smith was a man of 62 62 G2 1- -i 62 62 66 66 66 66 66 66 66 70 months ' ' year year 2 years J years 3 years and over 2-- $13.00 13.50 14.00 14 50 90 days 6 1 1-- 70 70 70 70 70 . We are authorized to announce Dave 427. Needed to give Gov. Wilson two Sanders as a candidate for Assessor 75 of Garrard county subject to the ac- thirds, 532. 75 Needed to give Mr. Underwood two tion of the democratic party. 70 75 75 thirds, 644, We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the NomiWe believe that the people have long nation of Assessor of Garrard County, since had enough of nominating conven subject to the action of the democratic tions. It will donbtless be many years party. before another democratic mass conven We are authorized to announce J. B. tion will be seen in this county after Collier as a candidate for the nomina- the adjourning of the convention which tion for assessor of Garrard county, will be held in the Court house Satursubject to the action of the democratic day at one o'clock. There have been party. many good reasons suggested for a per manent abandonment of the convention We are authorized to announce W. way of relecting party nominees. L. Huffman for a candidate for assessA convention at one o'clock is the or of Garrard county subject to the most inconvenient hour in the day for action of the Democratic party. farmers who live some distance to attend. In fact any hour named makes For School Superintendant. great inconvenience for a majority of We are authorized to announce Miss the voters to attend. In this way a 75 75 75 months year J year 2 years J years 3 years and over 90 days 6 months 1 year H years 2 years J years 3 years and over 90 days 6 months 1 year years 2 years 2years 3 years and over 2-- 2-- 1- -i -i 15.00 15.50 16.00 15.00 15.50 16.00 16.50 17.00 18.00 19.00 18 00 19.00 20.00 21.50 23.00 24.00 25.00 21.00 22.50 24.00 27.00 30,00 30.00 30.00 School State Association Of County Ruperintendents Hold Interesting Session In Frankfort Ky. The State Association of County School Superintendents held a very interesting and instructive' session in Frankfort last week, and embodied in the resolutions which they adopted was one recommending the establishment of night schools to decrease the illitera-a- y among the adults of the state. This movement was inaugurated by Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, superintendent of schools for Rowan county, . and has met with much encouragement and success. Following is their resolutions in full:- Resolved: That we favor the en forcement of the compulsory attend ance law, the appointment of rural inspectors and supervisors, and close supervision of rural schools. 2. That as the County Boards are to fix the salaries of teachers they should also employ them. 3. That, a sentiment in favor of local taxation should be cultivated everywhere among the people and we pledge ourselves to this wo,rk. 4. That, we endorse the rural night schcolsas a method of abolishing adult illiteracy in Kentucky. 5. That, we heartily approve the plan of rearranging the teachers in stitutes of Kentucky as presented by Jennie Higgins as a candidate for majority of the members of a party School Superintendant for Garrard have selected the party nominees. It also gives those who make politics county, subject to the action of the a profession an opportunity to wield Democratic party. their influence and use their skill in controlling the party affairs. In a conFor Jailer. vention the voter must be on the spot We are authorized to announce Jack at the appointed moment. While in a Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- primary election the voter is not requir rard county, subject to the action of ed to travel such a long distance and he can vote any time during the entire day the Democratic party. Public sentiment in almost every We are authorized to announce Dave state has compelled some kind of a Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- mandatory primary system and we berard county, subject to the action of lieve when the general assembly meets the Democratic party. again the presidential primary will be added to our mandtory law passed by the last legislature. For Magistrate. We. are authorized to announce Kentucky War Claims amounting to John N. White as a candidate for $32,000. contained in the Omnibus Bill Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of reported to the Senate on Monday were stricken from the bill by that the democratic "party. body. The rules invoked by the comWe are authorized to announce mittee, and by the application of WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- which they were enabled to strike the istrate in the first district of Garrard Kentucky claims are as follows Nothing is. given churches, school County, subject to the action of the houses, lodges or court houses for "oct democratic party. cupation" by soldiers; only demolition We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n claims are considered. H. Estes as a candidate for Tne fact that a claimant was disin the first district of Garrard loyal disqualifies the claim advanced, by county, subject to the action of the his heirs, even if they were of tender democratic party. years at the time of the depredation. All claims are stricken on which We are authorized lo announce "laches" or delay can be proven. Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Both Senato'rs Bradley and Paynter made a strenuous fight for the "retenGarrard county, subject to the action tion of the Kentucky claims, but their of the democratic party. efforts were unavailing. Senator Bradannounce Tay- ley has not as yet made up his mind as We are authorized lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- to what action he will take in the masistrate in the second district of Gar- ter, but it. is safe to say that he will rard county, subject to the action of leave no stone unttirned to have the Kentucky claims paid. However, it the democratic party. :- prominence in his home town and was held in high esteem is evidenced by the proclamation issued by Mayor and which we published herewith. Mr. Smith's parents reside in this county having purchased the O. T. Wallace farm near Paint Leavell:- "A. T. Smith was instantly killed at 10:30 o'clock Saturday night by contact with an overcharged electric wire. He was preparing to close his drng store for the night when a customer called for some medicine which was kept in the rear part of the store. In order to see. the medicine Mr. Smith carried the swinging light to the back with him and while still holding the light stepped on a part of the floor that was wet, thus strengthening the current which threw him to the floor. The waiting customer becoming alarmed at his continued absence went to investigate. He was found in a sitting position by the wall. Efforts were made to free him but were unavailing until the current was cut off at the power house. Mr. Smith was immediately taken to the Evans Sanitarium where artificial respiration was induced for about four hours but he was beyond human help. The deceased is survived by his wife four sons, Eugene, Harry. Will and David; two daughters, Misses Lillian and Elizabeth; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M, Smith, six sisters, Mrs. Ellen McDonald, of Barboursville, Mrs. H. P. Kincaid, of Corbin; Mrs. John Henson, St. Petersburg, Fla; Mrs. Henry Mills, of Flat Lick; Miss Flora Smith, Flat Lick; and Miss Belle Smith of Lancaster; one brother, G. M. Smith, who is a druggist at Corbin." Mayor Helburn issued the following proclamation upon the death of Mr. Hel-burn, :- "His name is Hughes," replied the bootmaker, "and I am now making him another nair. He will call for them in less than an hour." "Please detain him until I return, if I should not be in when he comes," I said. "By what right do you command such a thing?" "This." I opened my coat and showed the glittering badge that shone brightly as the sunshine rested on it. A shadow fell for a moment on the door-sil- l impreand a cation reached by ears. I looked up, and standing before me, his eyes riveted on the glimmering badge of my office, was a man whom I instinctively felt to be the one for whom I was seeking. He suspected my object, for as I advanced toward him he turned and fled down the street. "That was the very man!" cried the dealer. "I thought so," I replied, and hastily leaving the shop, I hurried to the chief of police. Like a swift flash the wires of the telegraph had carried a minute description of the assassin to all points in the city, and the outlets of escape were effectually guardhalf-suppress- tn s VI H. V. BAST1N. IJlJrlllfrllMlJMiJrlllirllMJ IZimmM B. F. HUDSON, President. igMtftfrnfiXm TjevjeJS7LTirsiLi!7izrL9ijS7''mjarjgej J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. t Te Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL, $50,000. W. SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. r. Business Solicited. j. Prompt Attention. ed. s. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibba Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. But like a fox under cover, he kept us at bay, and it was two weeks and Smith "Owing to the unfortunate and sudden taking awayof one of our best and progressive citizens and a member of my official family, I deem it but right and proper in consideration of the services rendered the city by Hon. A. T. Smith in the last twelve years he has served so faithfully as a member of Board of Council; that all business be suspended between the hours of ten and twelve on Tuesday, May 14th, that the city buildings and offices be closed and all work and business of every character be suspended during this period, as a mark of respect and love for our distinguished fellow-citize- n so recently removed from our midst." Mag-strat- e, i iiifc noi m. kj. iucuougie, ana pieage our support to the passage o'f a law em bodying the following features: 1. Payment of all teachers for .attending institutes if under contract to teach. 2. Abolishing of all fees exacted of teachers except the library fee. 3. Appropriation of enough money down the throat of a "eapey" rom the State Treasury to pay for a chicken destroys the worms high class institute in each county. and saves the chick's life. A few drops in the drinkin? water 4. Licensing of all institute instructors by the state. CURES and 6. That, we pledge ourselves to supPREVENTS GAPES port the wo.rk of the Kentucky Eduwhite diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick diseases. cational Association and to do all in our power to increase its enrollment v One 50c Bottle of and influence. 7. That our thanks are due to the State Superintendent for making this .Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. meeting possible. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of medicine That each superintendent is re- this Booklet onon hand. Write for free sample "Diseases of Fowls." Address, and quested to publish these resolutions BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, Lexington, ly. and an account of this meeting jn his local p'aper. Sold by HASELDON BROS. over ere, in the densely populated city, I found him. One evening a lady and two gentlemen stopped at the hotel where I boarded, and engaged rooms. One of the gentlemen was very ill, and muffled completely in shawls and comforters. I often sent up fruit and little delicacies to tempt his appetite, and once went to his door; but he declined to see me, stating that he was really too 111 and dispirited to see any one. The next thing I heard was his death, and his wife, a young and t-looking lady, wrote me a note, asking me to send an undertaker to them. I watched the hearse drive up to the door the next morning to convey the corpse to the train, for It had been his request to have his body buried in his native state. Yielding to an uncontrollable impulse, I followed the body, and seated myself near the coffin after It had been deposited in the baggage car. His wife wept profusely, and would not leave the corpse, so the officials made her as comfortable as possible where she was. The lady seemed very nervous, and after a while asked me if it would not be pleasanter for me to sit with the other passengers. But I preferred to remain where I was. My eyes could not and would not leave that dismal coffin, and I looked at it so long and attentively that it seemed as if every nail and curve would be branded on my memory forever. At last I walked up to it, and was about to turn back the reversible lid that covered the glass over the face, when she sprang at me with a wild cry. "What before had been in my mind only a vague something shaped itself suddenly Into a strong suspicion, and throwing back the lid, I pushed her elegan- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. ROBINSON, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Stormes, Uced in ever increasing m quantities, because the roofs &j ii put on 26 years ago are as Jsm jiw good as new and have J0jf,. WMesSr never needed repairs. W&r Don't put on that roof ijf ' until you see them. P-- f fP'jT'tf: to-da- y, jS iy g&$ ff" off and looked in. Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. t ONE DROP There, with his mouth and nose pressed closely to a small aperture in the side of the coffin, his eyes staring blindly into mine, and his livid face covered with great drops of sweat, was the man for whom I was seeking the murderer of John Hampden. He was not yet recovered from the effects of the drug he had taken, and I secured him easily. SHEEP Lime and We have it. DIP. Snlpher It Started The World. when the astounding claims were first made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, but Bourbon Poultry Cure 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. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. T The kind the Law now Requires. R. K McRoberts C& Son. ' a 3 :,-:.- . ; :. Hv'-g-S- m . -- s W i ry ANNIE ROONEY 4104 A. S. H. R. Will make the season of 1912 at mv Will make the season of 1912 at my place, 2k miles east of Paint Lick, on Faint place, two miles west of Hustonville, Lick pike. Crestland is a chesnut, coming seven. 16 hands. A good flat bone on the Bradfoidsville pike, and foot; has finish and action 2nd to no horse in Kentucky. His first colts are Sired by the peerless Highland three years old, and are equal to any horses produce. Show finish, size, mark 730, he by Black Squirrel 58. 1 st color and action. dam Annie Washington 158 by Wasli- Crestland is by Hex Peavine 179G. Dam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam ington 54, he by Cromv.e 73; 2nd dam v by Vidttte. Powell's Dronon; he by Brinker'a "Dronon lO0. Will serve mares at DtesciurnoN Foaled 1907. A beautiful light bay, 1G hands high, lots of a Living Colt. to weight, with snip face, left front and Money due when fact is known or mare parted with. Lien on colt for ser both hiud feetx white. He is a very vice fee. Mares bred to another Horse or jack without my consent I claim my fine 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 wether, good back and tail, a nice clean set of limbs. Best described as the aiiy occur. Come and see this horse before yon breed. . PEAVINE 85 Grestland. liira. Vol. 7. m REX PEAVINE t 1798 DAISY 2nd, 2229 PEAVINE 85. I Harvey Highland. Den-comi- ng . SEASON 1912 1 fl 1 Hi I V ' 1 30.00 Insure accepted type of the te Amer- W. Phone C. FITZPATRICK, ican saddle horse. 425 Rings, P. L. Exchange. if vde 5 ?1 1 be jBHSto J.- - ' af' 5e Mr .Pr3Li9'lr til ?, rwf .frs & m -L. -- :' r. e " fe- -. ' H9mV 5-- . . .woi- - M jV. A jS :&js3i liHin'H'IM Harvey Highland has had but little PAINT LICK. KY. woik both under saddle aud in harness and is learning to step away with lots of grace and air. His beautiful form and marked indi viduality, coupled with his popular blood lines, will appeal to intelligent breeders desiring to. produce horses of the highis a full brother to Kipling 2:19.1 trial est class. 2:10i Francis Griffin 2:221, Yolanda K,2 His dam is a fine Individual as well as year old, record 2:242 and Dr Kinnaird a great brood mare, having had two 2:19i. General Gibbs 45539 will insure filles by Kentucky's Artist (nothing like the sire Highland Denmark was), living colt at $15.00. to sell for $1,000 each. Alexandria Stamp Reg. Clyde, weigh Harvey Highland will undoubtly about 1GC0. He is the only kind oZ a make both a great show and stock horse for farm mares and mule mares. horse. &2u. to Insure Living Colt. He will stand at $15 to insure. Mares traded, parted with or bred Also two Mammoth Black Jacks at $10. forfeits insurance, and money becomes Above will make due at times of such traesaction. and 12. to insure. Lien retained on colts until season is the season of 1312 at my place. General Gibbs KENTUCKY'S FINE ST , i TALLION Will make the present season at my stable one mile east of and G mile east of Lancaster, Ky., at the very low price of Mc-Crea- ry J iiiiijy y I ( jjiii lit i1 1 li L4RN$flBfe tf Mfd0$?P ihio on nsorealivsFoal Me is a rich light chestnut in color, aL lit 16 hands, and weighs about l.U JO lbs., has fine mane and tail paid. General Gibbs of site 7 '' )( l i;i ilk-s-n- 2u 2:10. . 2:ii. m rivor.l ' -- in lat.; ::; :'' 4 i 45539. Msrsrcrire W tr 2:1 '. oin-.i.- 1hi of KI(Um.'S:104. . I of Si. Mares from a distance grazed on Jovll by Vermont good blue grass at $2.50 per month. 1 '1. iirciit broort mure. Mares entrusted will receive my perIInorifini Sircof Uwl CHIT 2:lS.i'tc :.1! J:!-.'. .! Wlljy, rinms of l'io. fWn t ;.; I ; . vie. lla.:.n. Jly Mmiiliriiio iis Hum of lrlglit ULes JrJJJi l"o-U- T. V Jo.. Ruble, Buena Vista,- Ky. - u 5 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 li miles on new Danville At pike at near McKinney, Ky., at'?25.00 to insure a living colt. i and lots of bone and substance and a great natural style horse. A great show horse both under saddle and W. 61. DODD, Hustanville, Ky. in harness. He has racked 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 K Ij-gby Old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he by Diamond Denmark, he by Wash ' ington Denmark. He has proven himself a champion breeder, having made a heavy stud season in Mercer in 1910, and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, ranging in price from $125. o $150. as weanlings. No breed of saddle horses ranks with this family toa b $ 3 a s 5! day. He is considered by all who know him something extra. He breeds so good that everyone has a recomendation for him. His books are filling fast. Visitors are.welcome at any and all times. The people who desire to patronize him will never have the opportunity to get in at this price any more, as I will never again stand him as cheap. He should really stand at $25.00, but I want to give the poor a chance. as well as the rich. I retain a lien on all colts until the season money is paid. Mares transferred or bred to other stock forfeits insurance A beautiful Chestnut Sorrel 151 and must be paid at once. Mares bred at any time. hands high, heavy mane and tail and I will give those who patronize my Horse: and Jack the privilige of breeding their cows to my fine POLLED DURHAM BULL and their excellent carriage. Squirrel was sired by Ches- sows to extra POLAND CHINA BOAR. Everybody invited. Correspondence solicited. Hill ter Spuirrel, he by Chester Dare ant7 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 he Black Squirrel. His dam by Red 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. sonal attention, but not responsible for accidents or escapes. ft Mm fill- ALL PEAVINE 4092. SIRE, REX PEAVINE 179(3. A champion show horse and an unequaled champion sire. From him we have had such champions as Edna May, Golden Glow, Jack Straw, Queen O' the May, Star Peavine and many others past and to come. By Rex McDonald Daisy 2nd by Peavine 85. GRAND SIRE, Rex McDonald 83o. The undisputed champion show horse and sire. FIRST DAM. Lucy Wells GGOo, by Peavine 85. A great brood mare by the world's greatest brood mare sire, Peavine. His daughters have produced such champions as Lou Chief, Cleopatra, The Frenchman, Edna May, Harthenia 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 AH 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 sen true and use every precaution, but will notjje 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 uJJPfJL i f He is a black jack with white points, 15J-- hands, has lots of bone and subsiance and has a real good head and ear and is bred right, This pony is 4 years old, spotted and being bred by the great John Morgan, who is the champion breeder of this and other counties. His dam was sired by Old Beecher, another a good individual, 18 inches high and a fine saddle pony. He will make the champion. He is unquestionably the best bred one in this section of the country. To prove it, he was bred by that good breeder, T. O. 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 364-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. Also at the same time and place I will stand my fine big Jack, A 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 WALKER. BRADSHAW McOreary, Ey. s q $10. to Insure Living Colt. Lien retained on all colts for the seaPEACOCK of W. L. Grady, you can son money. Care taken to prevent acHaving secured the services of JORDAN see him and breed to him at a reasonable fee, at Peavine Farm, near McKinney cidents but not responsible should any occur. Ite Also Helton. 3404 PRESTON No. 922. Vol 11. Sired by Washington.No 54, by Crom well No 73, by Washington Denmark No G4. 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 of 1912 breece. He will make the-season McKinney, r: s, scudder HB "Will make the season of 1912, at .my stable at Marksbury, Kentucky, at J. T. RAINEY. $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. ' MADISON PEAVINE, Kentucky. 2889, at $12.00 to Insure. at $10.00 to Insure. $10.00. mm. Denmark G-J- ; P W fl 1? GARRARD PEAVINE, bBIml Will make the season of 1912 at my stable, 3J miles from Lancaster, on Lexington pike, at 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 white feet to the ankle. Three years old, 152 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 at same time and place 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. was sired by Hockaday's Rex Peavine. 1st dam Nell, sired by Mark Diamond Mark Diamond's dam was by Peavine 2nd dam Mollie, sired by McElroy.etc Season due when colt is foaled or mare is parted with. Care taken to prevent accidents, but not responsible Bud Hall is 15J hands high, A horse that is dislinjjiiishing himself both as a sire and in the show ring. There v;ere few better rings of colts seen in a ring this year MARK GOINS, Marksbury, Ky. CARRYING than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky., by CARROLL PRESTON. He is old, 15 Nigger. Black Jack with mealy nose, 5 years hands high, fine breeder and great individual. A Jack of fine bone and action. Will stand at $10. to insure a living colt. f by Preston 922, by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73, by Washington 1st dam Baby Pence 7049, by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam by FEE $25.00 TO INSURE. Carroll Preston is nomi- Almont Forrest. nated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake atLexington, Kentucky. Also in service Buck Varnon. Black Jack with white points, 8 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. 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 theijCrab Orchard pike 5 miles Mares from Lancaster, Kentucky. grazed at $2. per month. Care taken b prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. hs i- ft& HIGH CLOUD 3334; x by Highland Gay 1149, by Highland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy Lambert 3359, by Red Cloud 2197. FEE $20.00. High Cloud is a dark bay horse with white markings Stands 16 hands high and is full made. Has not had much handling but shows lots of action and speed. 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. If you have but little all the more reason for taking proper care of it. biT CASH 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 any 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 J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orckrd, Ky. further. , W. O. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. '4 W. O, WALKER Stanford. W. P. Deshon. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company. Lancaster, Ky, ..Xl Jr-- r .v--i Commissioner's Public Sale. Sale of Land. I As administrator will on, GAKRAHD CIRCUIT COURT. HERE AT HOME. jcBuabaiBni Testify And Lancaster Citizens Gladly Confidently Recommend Doan's Kidney Pi.Is. efii B LsssaassL R J A 5EAZLEY - WEDNESDAY. JUNE 12th. 1912. James I. Hamilton &c against Plffs. Defts. W. L. Huffman, &c to a judgment rendered Pursuant herein at the March term 1912, the undersigned commissioner will sell at pub He auction, before the court house door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock a. m. or thereabouts on MONDAY, MAY 27th, 1912, being the first day of the Garrard it County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as fpllows, In Garrard County, Kentucky on Kempers lane and near the Lancaster and Lexington pike and bounded as follows: Beginning at a point in a hollow about 10 feet north of a scalped elm in line to Tom Lane and corner to Annie Stone, with lane up a .hollow S 89J W. 1:66 chains to a point on north side of hollow, corner to same and John Mar-sewith said Marsee still up hollow S 83J W 8.14 chains N 54 .W 6.60 chains N 70J W 7.75 chains to a point on North side of branch about 15 feet N. E. of a pool or spring corner to same N 21J E 4.62 chains to a point in middle of Kempers lane and with middle of same N 715 E 6.15 chains to a point in middle and corner to part sold to Stone; thence leaving lane and along the south side of road, with said Stone N 84J E 6.42 chains N S8J E 2.05 chains N 78 E 3.15 chains N 83 E 3 chains N 86i E 2.45 chains to a stake at the south edge of a road and corner to Stone, still with his line S 8J V 13.65 chains to the beginning, containing 24.05 acres being the same land conveyed to W. L. Huffman by James I. Hamilton and wife by deed dated December 29th. 1909. and recorded in deed book No 28, page 467 Garrard County clerks office. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy a debt of James I. Hamilton against the defendant, W. L. Huffman, debt and interest amounting to date of sale to $648.43 also debt of J. S. Johnson against the defendant, W. L. Huffman, debt and interest to date of sale amounting to $1,296.86 and the estimated cost of the action 110.55 for which judgment has been rendered in the above styled action. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required .to execute bonds with approved security for the pur- years, bearing 6 per cent interest. chase price, due in six and twelve A lien will be retained on the land for months bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date un- the deferred payments. At the same til paid, having the force and effect of place and time will sell personal propa judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, M. C. erty consisting of the following: G. C. C., and a lien will be reserved Implements. upon the property until all the pur1 Cultivator, 2 double shovel chase money is paid. plows, 1 disc drill (superior), 1 smoothW. H. BROWN, ing Harrow, 1 disc Master Com. Gar. Circuit Court. new, 2 turning plows, narrow, good as 1 steel roller, 1 G. B. Swinebroad, Atty. hay rake, 1 clipper seed fan good as new, 1 fodder sled, 1 corn sheller, 1 cutting box, 1 farm wagon. 1 hay frame, 1 top buggy, gear, household furniture and other articles too numerous to mention. to-w- it: te e, It is testimony like the following sell to the highest and best bidder the farm of R. M Robinson. ec'd, situa- has placed Doan's Kidney Pills" so far ted in Garrard county, Kentucky, on above competitors. When people right the Lexington and Danville pike, GJ , here at home raise their voice in praise miles northeast of Danville, 7& miles there is no room left for doubt. Read northwest of Lancaster, J mile west of the public statement of a Lancaster Camp Dick Robinson and 2J miles citizen: southeast of Bryantsville, consisting of C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St., ' 1 ff JA A Iaaa xnia liu aties uiuieA m less. 'I1 rt liiuu ou- - Lancaster, Ky., says: "Nearly every joins Historical Camp Dick Robinson, spring I use Doan's Kidney Pills so as one of the most noted agricultural dis- to keep me in good health. During the tricts in Kentucky, noted especially winter colds settle on my kidneys and for the raising of hemp and Burley to- the kidney action became irregular. I bacco. This land is in the highest also had backaches and pains through state of cultivation about 70 acres in my kidneys. A friend told me about cultivation, the remainder in blue grass Doan's Kidney Pills and I used them. a part of which is virgin soil. The im- They stopped the pains and my kidneys provements on this farm consist of a became normal. For sale by all dealers n good modern frame residence Price 50 cents. 'Co., water works and an with Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the bath room with all necessary outbuild- United States. ings, such as a good barn, bugRemember the name Doan's and gy house, hen house, ice house, gran- take no other. ary, cow barn, corn crib with wagon shed attached, cattle barn, HUENA VISTA the very best of fence, a deep bored well with wind mill in perfect condiMrs. James Robinson of Burgin attion, a concrete tank of sufficient captended church here Sunday. acity to water the entire farm with Miss Katie Carpentar will closed a the purest and best mineral water, --it also has a never failing spring cen-- . four months school here Friday. trally located. On one corner of this Miss Allie Duncan of Burgin was a farm is located a store-rooand a week end guest of relatives here. cottage with good stable and Some of our young people attended other outbuildings, and in the store is commencement exercises at Burgin last the postoffice of Marcellus. There is week. also the best blacksmith shop in the Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Christopher were county within 200 yards, Pleasant in Lexington Saturday and Sunday the Grove church within 150 yards. This guest of relatives. place will be offered in two tracts 1st Mr. Howard Askins leaves this week the farm and then the store property containing about 1 acres of gronud for Missouri when he will pursue the and the buildings thereon as above carpenter's trade. The newly organized Sunday School mentioned, and then as a whole, the highest and best bid will be accepted. at Lindendale and Polly's Bend school Possession will be given Jan. 1st, houses are flourishing. 1913, with seeding privileges this fall. Miss Alyce Scott, who spent last TERMS as follows: Purchaser will be week with her parents has returned to required to give bo.id for the fulfill- school at Eastern Normal. ment of the following terms One-haSome of our young people enjoyed a cash Jan. 1st, 1913, balance in picnic to High Bridge Tuesday, compleequal payments in one, two and three mentary to Mr. Howard Askins. . ET that Harvest Hands Funeral Director Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. and Embalmer Olltet) (Copyright, igu, by Associated Literary Press) MA m L. 1 J They wanted harvest hands in Indiana, Iowa, Kansas all over the west. They wanted them so bad that very high wages were offered and agents sent east to talk and advertise. It was free fare out, with keep on the road, and then $3 per day and the most liberal board for weeks and weeks. It was the greatest chance for the students working their way through college, and scores of them took advantage of it. Columbia, Dwight Carleton, of looked upon it as a special interposition of Providence. In six weeks he could earn sufficient to take him no wealthy father to hack him. Fourteen hours per day in the harvest field, and the farmer carrying a grouch because he could not make it fifteen! A bed on the hay in the it is the best medicine ever aold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDWEY, LIVER AND I STOMACH TROUBLE Pho 31. Ran-Menu- d ItNMe; LANCASTER. KY. mno B ff-L-'- "kft. - $ k, lA Foster-Milbur- through the winter term. He had " This is a Picture of 200-barr- el i K barn, and every man still hungry as he arose from the "liberal table!" The husky workers groaned and perspired and stood it. Those who had never roughed it kept on as long as they could, and dropped out and were one of the m lf MANY FAILURES But Parisian Sage Overcame Miss er's Hair Troubles Notice To Creditors. PARISIAN SAGE is not guaranteed to grow hair on bald heads but it is guaranteed by the well known druggist R. E. McRoberts & Son to stop facing hair, eradicate dandruff and stop itching scalp, or money back. Sold in every town in America by leading druggists for 50 cents a bottle. Read Miss Krug paid off and told to go. And when Dwight Carleton was handed his wages, after ten days of back- breaking work, he found them insufficient even to pay his railroad fare back as far as Chicago. And then some one stole his spare clothing, and when he "hit the pike" he had nothing to carry in his hands. There came a day to Dwight Carleton when he had to sit down by the roadside and wonder if he could ever make another mile. Exhausted with hunger and tramping and exposure, and a fever burning him, he sat with his head in his hands and his courage all gone. And then the children from the country school, a quarter of a mile away, came along on their way home and stopped to look at him and make comments. And a little later came the schoolma'am in her pink sunbon-no- t and clean calico dress. "You are ill," she said as she glanced at the young man. He nodde his head. "Well, come back to the first house. That's where I live. My fathKrug- er is a farmer, but I'm teaching this school this term. You are ill and weak. Take my arm." ex-harv- FREE PI ANOS to be given away in our great Piano Con test. er's letter. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Reuben Stinnett's Executor, Plffs. Vs Notice, Reuben Stinnett's Heirs & 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 commissioner at his office on or before May 15th. 1912 and all claims not so proven and presented by said date shall be barred. PARISIAN SAGE is the best hair grower and beautifier and dandruff . 1 team extra good Mare cure. I lost all of my hair through tyMules, well broken, 1 team extra good phoid fever; I was almost baldheaded HORSES AND MULES. Alare 1 Mules, 1 mare in foal, harness mare, I tried everything, but in vain. Finally 1 harness gelding, 1 yearling I tried PARISIAN SAGE, and after filly by Lord Bourbon. using one bottle my hair started to CATTLE AND HOGS. grow, and has grown three or four in9 yearling steers, extra good ones ches inside of two months. I advise and a lot of other young cattle, 3 extra every woman who wants beautiful hair good milch cows with calves by their to use Parisian Sage Miss Meta M. sides, 5 sows and pigs, 1 good male Kruger, Browntown, Minn. and my scalp was as sore as could be.. hog. For further information call on B. F. W. H. BROWN, Mt. Hebron M. C. Garrard Circuit Court. 3t. Robinson, Marcellus, Ky., or G. B. Robinson, Danville, Ky. Sale to begin Miss Virgie Sherrow is improving. promptly at 10:30. Dinner will be served on ground. Farmers are very busy planting corn this week. B. F. ROBINSON, Ad'm'r. Capt. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Miss Lavina Montgomey remains quite sick. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Grow are very Elias Leavell's Admr. et al. Plffs. proud of a fine eight pound boy. Vs Notice Mr. Tevis Thompson sold to Mr. B. F Elias Leavell's Heirs, et al., Defts. All persons having claims against the Patton a pair mules price $375.00 estate of Elias Leavell, deceased, are Rev. Caswell of Lexington was with hereby notified to and required to preMr. F. W. Montgomery and family last sent the same properly proven as reWednesday. quired by law to the undersigned comMr. and Mrs. H. R. Montgomery and missioner at his office on or before the Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two miles children were the guest of Mr. and Mrs 15th. day of May 1912 and all claims from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike Job Marsee Sunday. not so proven and presented shall be barred. Mr. J. E. Sherrow sold to Mr. C. A. W. H. BROWN, Arnold a bunch of shoats for July deR. E. M. C. Garrard Circuit Court. 3t livery at 7J per pound. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Dean were with their daughter Mrs. Brumfield in Lexington Saturday and Sunday. Messrs J. I. Crawford, W. L. Grow and Jas. Bratton attended the district Sunday School convention at the Fork Sunday afternoon. Mr. Roy Spivey and Miss Ada Notice To Creditors. Registered Jersey Bull Foxy Alex 103717. HENRY. MICHELIN Red Inner Tubes Van-derpo- ol surprised their friends Sjturday by driving to the home of Rev. J. W. Mahan and being united in marriage. May peace and happiness their pathway attend. baved Child From Death. Their superiority is recognized all over the World "After our child had suffered from severe bronchial trouble for a year." wrote G. T. Richards, of Richardson's Mills, Ala., "we feared it had consumption. It had a bad cough all the time. W e tried many remedies without avail, and doctor's medicine seemed as useless. Finally we tried Dr. King's New Discovery, and are pleased to say that one bottle effected a complete cure, and our child is again strong and healthy." For coughs, colds, hoarsness, lagrippe, asthma croup and sore lungs, its the most infallible remedy that's made. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m "But I'm penniless," replied the hand with a rueful smile. "Come now, and we'll walk slowly." It was after the patient had got to the house and found a bed and the telephone had summoned a doctor, that the farmer came up from the field to say to his daughter: "For the last two years you've been trying to turn this house into a tramp hospital, and now you've done it! That feller is playing 'possum on you. He's got to get out of this and move along!" Tho father was taken into the bedmuttering room of tho young man and shown the palms of his hands. They were blistered. "Guess he's been at work and played out, but it ain't for us to pay his doctor bills and nurse him." "I can pay, father, from my school money." "Humph! And when he gets able to go, he'll steal my best horse!" It was two weeks before the patient was able to leave his room, and two more before he was moving around outdoors. Before that he had told his story and written a letter to be mailed to New York city. "Trying to get through college hump!" was the farmer's reply. "Ma, our Susie's soft as butter. She believes every word that feller Bays, and you keep your eye out that they don't elope together. That letter to New York was only a blind. It'll never be took notice of." But it was. There came an answer and a big money order, and young Mr. Carleton was to get some clothes and come on as soon as he could. He owed something to the farmer. At a family council the farmer reckoned that $50 would be about right. "He shall never pay it, father!" exclaimed the daughter as the red blazed up in her cheeks. "Then who will?" "I will! I told you so in the beginning. That money is only a loan from a friend." Out in the orchard, the day before hand tried to he left, the pay the money to his nurse, but she held her hands behind her and said she wanted to be his creditor. "For how long?" he asked. "Till youyou " "I shall come back some day to pay my debt. When I do I shall ask for something I dare not speak of now. How long will you wait?" "Isn't cash in thirty days the rule?" she blushingly asked. One spring day three years later the mother ran down into the field to say to the husband: "Ob, pa, but It's all happened It's all happened!" "Has that dinged smokehouse tipped over?" "No, but that young man has walked home from school with Susie and he's through with college and he's got a place that pays thousands a year and he's paid back her money and wants to be married right away and and " "Wall, I alius said 'twould come!" half-asleest 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.' OP9S HERBS & MOOTS c V w . VI some-where- 's Cure Diseases? The !M!Me v says so, e s la -... u.,-- Is tietficf proven every 4av Alini 3?P 3P&fl: ; . fo H& .. . & n ' 5 trie uow eoy neroansi . dis-eas- nn 8 e: it j Lc3vs-y22eEfy. 3729-- Sl W. Deep down in every human heart lies a NATURAL desire for NATURK'3 medicines, Roots & Herb. Too lone have the secrets of nature heen neglected, too long have people disreg .nled God's promises. Modern electors thialfc increase rapidly every yar. only of "operations" & strong drugs, vh:l; human suffering & deaths from & among the Indians give me a peculiar imnatural. 3Iy yean, of experience as a Cow-boHealth is natural, fitness & knowledge of the powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines my remedies have cured &areV:uring Blood Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced incurable bv the best lo tors. I want to I'ROYK this to the world & to anyone asking, I will m lil the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled "TIIK COW-BOHERBALIST," absolutely free. If you are not enjoying ALL the blessings of perfect health, yoardutv demands that vou INYUSriGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of inquiry promptly answered. composed of 16 Roeft cf Herds, makes is the mime of my great TOXIC, full quarts of medicine, lasts about ? months, costs only one dollar & is LEG. ILL Y GUARANTEED to satisfy is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS THE PURCHASER or money refunded. (ladder & Mood. A household remedy wot IN MEDICINE for the nerves, si m.irh, lira, kidneys, excellent. Ask for if your druggist hasn't got it or won't get it, WILL FILL YOUR di-ea- se Broadway, y Y CO.IT-CEL-SA- R BODY-BUILDE- R, COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- -- are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. ORDERS POSTAGE PAID. SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR CHARLIE WHITE-MOON'HUMAN SKIN ONL Y, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded, toe orj bars 25c al all dealers. Retail, who S I MR. PROPERTY OWNER-St-op! Consider! Why not use the best possible when YOU pay the bill? Hanna's Green Seal Stands for everything that is best In paint. The pigments used are properly proportioned and thoroughly compounded. STUDY THE FORMULA AS SHOWN ON EACH PACKAGE 1 " i i ! A Burglar's Awful Deed. 1BM IN STOCK BY C. C. & J. E. Stormes. sgrcfig may not paralyze a home so completely as a mother's long illness. But Dr. King's New Life Pills -- are splendid remedy for women. "They gave me wonderful benefit in constipation and female trouble," wrote Mrs. M. C. Dunlap, of Leadill, Tenn. If ailing, try them. 25c af-R-. E. McRoberts & Son. - "HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT is Made to Wear" FOR SALE BY t JTTTT rrTT u y7 h tin tZ V frrtifftrtrtiTl !!?? fTT? ? - I'm CONN BROTHERS. - &. v ar. .,- - r- - S5" -S- -.,. r''s , i f -- - ' "- --' y . I - : tmjwTMmrmj&TLAnTTZA&m BxresLSjrmLasMmw wr : ' ,. . i ' fer". i I Everybody Is Doing It O riii CeSaBBB 26 ) I I IN G W HAT? x lx V u 'Bfcr -- fc oseph Mercantile Company. riie Exclusive Ladies Zr&Z..3H3.jes WLfSym. i i s ,) l rELSrezT? C7T?S7t2B.TSLS?'5a - Outfitters -i-- -r Mc-Kee of Lancaster, ZEMO FOR Gossip About People n N Jul CfEPjC AyrvT " JWfftf 5 3 5 A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those vt Are Interested in CKSfflU kJSg II. B. Northcott is in Cincinnati business this week. on man SS Miss Mable Mason returned Saturday to her home in Richmond. ffe Iy1I IVn RQ3I I J P Mb I ITFW GI John Deere and Oliver CultivaHughes tors, Double and Single Disc has visiting her of mother Harrows, Durham Rollers and of for a visit parents Smoothing. Harrows. Jesse Fox. Elmore. 1 Misses Margaret and Kay Jenkins are in Louisville for a stay. Miss Jennie Dickerson is at home from the Richmond Normal school. Judge Lewis L. Walker and wife spent several days in Cincinnati this week. Miss Josephine Chenault of Richmond is the guest of her cousin Miss Lydia work during the past term; Miss Mattie England Adams in French, Miss Helen Robinson in English aud Lucian Grant in Mathematics. T. M. Wilson of Cave City is a guest at Hotel Kengarlan. Mrs. Mary Taylor is at home after a visit to Louisville relatives. Mesdames J. M. Elliott and Wm. M. Elliott were in Danville Tuesday. Miss Mattie Estes has returned from a visit to her son in Portsmouth, Ohio. Mrs. Dr. Harland of Bloomington, III., is the guest of Mrs. R. H. Batson. Mrs Dan Traylor and Miss Mae Tray-lo- r of Stanford were in town shoping last week. Miss Duncan Foster of Richmond was a recent guest of Miss Letty May McRoberts. Mrs. Louis Landram of Danville, was with her sister Mrs. H. Clay Sutton Tuesday. Contest GoesMerrily On You DANDRUFF. To Will Be Surprised Quickly It Disappears. Struggling 4 With Might and Main No more dirty coats from dandruff heads. Zemo stops dandruff. Apply In The Battle For Votes. it any time with tips of fingers. No Participants The Piano Contest is holding the interest of the friends of the various contestants who are struggling to push their favorite to the front, and those who may have predicted that the interest after a few weeks would wane, were sadly mistaken. Up to this time there are several who have about equal chances, and there is still ample time for some one to come up from behind and take front rank with the leaders. Every one of the fair contestants are exerting themselves to the utmost and their friends are rendering them valuable assistance in the battle of the ballots. Following is the standing of the contestants :- American Fence with the heavy stay. Call and get our prices, vie can save you money. MOUN T fctl II CO, I II II III III M II II ii mini III I II i mi III 111 II Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance .ft&OlnE .WWUHflW H O - a Q ill MEa&l o 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. Miss Minnie Brown was in Kirksville Baldwin Ga., Mrs. Lee LANCASTER DISTRICT. Sunday to see her grandmother Mrs. been Mrs. Dol-li- e Wm. Blakeman. 212,154 Mary Eliza Holtzclow Brown. Mae Powell 193.568 Dr. and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey of Newell Fox Danville is at home 154,081 Kate Ham Stanford have been visiting Mr. and to his Mr. and Mrs. 138,209 Katie Mae Dickerson, Mrs. Thomas Ramsey. 65,616 Alline Thomas Mr. W. H. Wherritt's many friends Nellie O'Hearn 44,374 Mrs. J. C. Rankin has been in Lexwill be glad to hear he has improved Jennie Cox 42,352 ington consulting an oculist in regard somewhat since his serious illness on Ora Prather 23,316 to her eyes. Sunday. Gracie Mae Cochran 21.920 Miss Emily De Long of Danville is 20,139 Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Haselden Sallie Anderson being entertained at the home of Miss 19,740 Mr. and Mrs. James Beazley were in Lillie Croucher Patsy Kinnaird. 13,500 Danville Tuesday evening for the Beulah Mae Beazley Rev A. R. Abernathy of Georgetown banquet. 1,755 Lillian Estes has been' a recent guest of Rev. and The young people of the juvenile set BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. Mrs. 0. P. Bush. had a picnic Tuesday at the Miller lake, 164,150 Mrs. Fountain Rice and son Thomas a most tempting and inviting luncheon Osa Coulter 111,650 Mary Ellen Farley of Richmond are visiting Misses Lucy was served. Lucy Campbell 108,550 and Tommie Francis. Miss Amanda Anderson gave an el- ulossa May Teater 101,500 Mrs. Elizabeth Morgan of Waynes-bur- g aborate, course dinner Tuesday, the Rella Ruble 92,950 , 3 is here for a stay with her daugh- honor guest being Mrs. Lee Hughes of Mary Belle Halcomb 88,300 ter Mrs. J. M. Acton. Milstead, Georgia. 88,050 Flora Ruble o Miss Angie Kinnaird of the D. D. Mr. Alfred 71,125 as Stewart of St. Louis Ollie Crawford 67,075 Institute was up Friday for the Com- Mo., and Mr. Wm. Yantis of Parigould Blanche Stone '. Zemo sinks into the The Kokomo fence stays up when pores, makes the scalp healthy, makes once put up. W. J. Romans. the hair fine and glossy. For any skin A special price on garden hose. affliction, itch, dandruff, eczema, pimpConn Bros. les, blotches, try Zemo at our risk. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose MediDont forget to see W. J. Romans if cine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is sold in you want a stove or range. Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store. We are offering special bargains Buggies and Harness. Conn Bros. PAliNT L1UK. The Kokomo fence will not rust as Miss Agnes Henderson is the guest quick as other fences. W. J. Romans of friends and relatives here. All kinds of garden plants for sale. Miss Emma Odie is spending several Ball & Holtzclaw. days at the home of Mrs. Luther Gibbs. Great bargains on buggy harness at Mr. Tom Morrow of Somerset has W. J. Romans. been visiting his aunt Mrs. Nelson Mays. Sheep shearing, a pleasure if you use, Miss Hazel Patrick has for her vis-it- our shears. Conn Bros. Mr. Herschel Patrick of Paints-vill- e See W. J. Romans for your housa Ky. paints and oils. Mrs. Annie Stagner of Richmond has been the guest of Mrs. Henry Riddle-berge- r. See our Lawn Mowers, they ar what you are looking for. Conn Bros. pr smell, no smear. ..l See How YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J Screen doors, wire screen at a bargain. Conn Bros. 3 o i o ess KEMPER Garnett Kemper. C& WOODS, R. G. Woods. 3 P3 PAINT LICK, KY. U Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. HARTFORD, Aetna, National Of Hartford. fc: 'JBJJMMgr'IWMMrgg.l We Write Any Kind of INS U at RAM C & E Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY Phone or call on us The National Bank.of Lancaster, Ky. COLLIER ;'.Btaiamiiig.iBiJi lp.HfianigjilHiFiiPJ5rtiEira. ml mmr t I&4H 3 Li ElEshliigL Go c Lancaster, Kentucky. m USE " GUI LILY FLU. Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. and little daughter Miss Janey Wherritt 135,300 Haselden and Mrs. B. F. Walters mo- Lillian Garner 132,955 Mrs. Dave Newland tored to Danville last Saturday. 124,589 Mrs. Dove Garner Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ashley lejft RubyParrish 112,298 .Tuesday to reside jn the city of Rich- Mamie Holman 102,270 mond, the former having been offered SusieButt 73,306 a clerkship in a large hardware store. Ida Lee Campbell 59,778 35,877 Cecil Garner Mrs. R. E. McRoberts gave a hand16,469 Mahala Howard.., some reception Tuesday Mrs. Eldred 11,076 Bertha Rogers Nicholas Rederick of Jacksonville, 8,972 Eva Fletch Florida, Mrs. J. M. Mount's guest, be4.078 Sadie Catler ing the honoree.- The home was ar1,630 Jewel Francisco tistically decorated for the occasion. 1,545 Rev. Mahan has been in Ktioxville Bessie Reynolds 1,232 Tenn, to see his wife who has just subThe following invitation are being Nell.Davis 1,174 mitted to a serious surgical operation. sent out this week to the host of friends Mane White 1,030 Ruby Cress Miss Margaret Arnold who is at of the family: 1,000 Hattie Bogie Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Railey Mount home from Madison Female Institute is 1,000 Nancy Napier. request the honor of your Miss Bernie Lear's guest for a few presence at the marriage of their days. daughter WRONG MAN.. Rev. C. C Brown is in Louisville atMargaret Vene tending the general assembly but will and should have called before, I am return to fill his pulpit here Sunday afraid," murmured the little man as Mr. Thomas Mosby Wilson morning. On Wednesday afternoon June the fifth he entered the doctor's consulting put off, Mrs. Brauntchweig, formerly "of One thousand nine hundred and twelve room. "But these things are you know." at four o'clock Stanford, but who now resides in Louis Here he was seized with a yery vioville, was the guest of Mrs. R. Zimmer At Home lent fit of coughing. Lancaster Kentucky. this week. "A nasty cough," agreed the doctor. m "Now Just stand over here." Miss Fannie Tinder entertained at a "But I lust came " said the strang6 o'clock tea Friday in honor of her Gases In Stomach Poison Tke Bleed. er, but the doctor cut him short. young visitor Miss Elizabeth Lynes of "Say no more," he answered. "I unGas forms in your stomach because Nicholasville. a deep breath Now the food you eat ferments and turns derstand. nlnety-nine- .' take " Miss Annie Margaret Elkin gave a and say sour. ' "It's all Tight, doctor," said the visChafing dish party to a number of Allow this fermentation to go on and itor: "I know I've got a bad cough, friends Saturday morning at her at these gases become poisonous and the but Yv4 come round to say 99 cents. tractive home ''The Maples." you owe the elecblood. poison gets - mencement exercises. Mrs. Nichols Rogers and little daugh- .. 11a.. rm., are il. guesit uiu ici ui tiiiiTKsuiivum Tl ol Mrs. John M. Mount. Miss Florence Darnell was called t( her home in Maysville last week bj the illness of her father. Miss Clara Cash of Stanford was with her cousin Miss Katherine Harris the latter part of the week. Miss Margaret Vesey of Corydon, Ind., arrived Saturday as the guest of Misses Helen and Martha Gill. Miss Grace Helen Patterson left Saturday to attend Commencement exercses at "Williamsburg Institute. George B. Harris of Birmingham Ala. came Sunday for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W.JHarris. Tl 1- " Arkansas, came this week for a visit Pearl Shearor Clodie Speaks to Lancaster relatives. Ophelia Montgomery Mrs, James Woods Bourne accom- Ethel Onstott panied her mother Mrs. Underwood to Sallie Ham Winchester where she will submit- - to Maggie Norris in operation for cancer. Annie Osborne 53,900 49.165 46,700 44,000 43 800 42,325 39,500 Miss Sallie Woods is at home after For thirty days you can get a barfinishing school at Madison Institute gain on a buggy or driveing wagon at Richmond. W. J. Romans. It seems now that the school will be See W. J. Romans fine buggies and a sure go and the citizens hope to soon driveing wagons they arc beauties, and see the building erected. prices very low. Misses Stella and Lula McWhorter of Normal school spent Saturday anil Klenzona. - For cleaning gloves ailka, Sunday with their parents. woolen goods without injury to color Mr. Arthur Bottner of Junction City or fabric. Miss Rella Arnold. spent Sunday with his wife and little A car load of the Standard Kokomo son at Mr. J. D. Burchell. W. J. Rom- Mrs. Madie Arnold and son Hiram wire fence just received. of Anderson Indiania are the visitors ans. of Mrs. Burdette Ramsey. For Sale. Misses Fannie Noe, Louis Ledford and Chastine Rucker wbo attended Three Jersey heifers, well brokon Union College at Barboursville are at and will be fresh within a short time. their homes. F. M. Tinder. One of the nicest entertainments of Remove Your Hogs. the season was a leap year party given by Mrs. Joe McCormack to her em- Virriiflom? MacQ rnnnrr (Triple locf TiVi I AH persons owning hogs and keeping day night. The girls formally escorted j them in3ide Lthe Cit' limis are notified em once m accordance the young men to the party where the ' . . with an ordinance providing that hogs house was beautifully decorated, in the shall be removed on May 1st of each clubs colors pink and white, the color year. L. E. Herron. M. C. L. scheme was also carried out in the delicious refreshments of ice cream Bids Wanted: and cake, Mrs. McCormack being an ideal hostess made the evening pass Bids will be received by The BoarJ pleasantly for all, prizes were given of Trustees of The Lancaster Graded and souvenirs of the evening presented Common School for the construction tomo to each guest. Facts. Freckle Remover, leaches the Skin, B labasterlike Effect, mooth, velvety skin, X onic for Face Muscles, R ejuvenates Your Youth, O f Great Beautifying Power, L, ovelier Facial Appearance. L Face Retenoid. adies Delight. of a new building on Lexington Street, Lancaster, Ky. till noon of June 5, 1912 Plans can be seen at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Building, Lancaster, Ky. and also at the office of the Architects. C. C. & E. A. Weber, Cincinnati. Ohio. 1- -t J. B. Kinnaird, Secty, Mammouth Cave. .- -. S 1 Alabastrol -- Si- - For goodness sake when a Cake you make use GLEN LILY FLOUR it is excellant pies. lite and while easy to rise, also makes Messrs Adolph and Arthur Josejh went to Cincinnati on a business trip last Saturday and returned Monday. They were accompanied home by Mrs. F. Steinfels who will be Mrs. Joseph's into the stomach tablets stop the fermentation almost instantly, turn the poisonous gases into liquid, and eliminate the poison mostly through the kidMI-O-N- A neys. guest. We could make it cheaper but can't make it better. Use Glen Lilly Flour. Garrard Milling Co. nmmmmm&m Misses Tommie Cole Covington and sister Miss Elizabeth of Richmond Miss Annie Davis McRoberts of Stanford formed a pleasant house party at the home of John M. McRoberts one of . WmMmMMmMmssmm this year's graduates. The following students were given awards arid medals for their excellent If you have any stomach trouble such as gas, sourness, heaviness, flatulency will or shortness, of breath, give gratifying relief in five minutes They are sold on money back plan for acute or chronic indigestion, nervousness, dizziness, headaches sleepless; ness, etc Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggists- everywhere for 50 cents a box. MI-O-N- In the last two months we sold 1,852 packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because it is the most perfect production of its kind on the market, universally indorsed by users. Removes Freckles, Sunburn, Tan, etc. Allays chafed skin and is the Ideal Combination Cream and powder. None give that soothing, A - lla AAl?aw mu rnuoc cuuuug xeeiuiK J ainuoauui nn1 tnnACA . regular morning trains. Write or use is so much appreciated, it acts on phone L & N Agent. the face not unlike a refreshing, cooling Spring Morning. We guarantee it to be satisfactory in every respect. That's the amount tric light company. I'm a collector l" Mailed to your, home in generous size packages and in plain wrapper for 50 Cents Silver.- - No Samples. Why Bother About tht Rest? The Siloeon Mf'g Co., "Does your husband carry any life Pueblo, Colorado Insurance?" broken ten year : "I don't know." "I should think you would want to be ffl record of leader-j Pay Your Back Taxes. informed' about a matter that would Iship on quality M'MA you." be so seriouB to The City Council has instructed me me?" "How could it be serious-tand service. to take immediate steps to collect all "Why if he died yc- - would wish to back taxes owing to the city. All back - anySold by all dealers Y.' 73f know whether he had left youwho consider j&teffJ V. taxes not paid at once will be advertisthing or not, wouldn't wou?" and save having would leave .me ed. Pay up "Ok,lLiie died-ha .widow, and I should know that- right, your name published with' the delink L. E Herron, M. C. L. away.".; Jquent list. rm l Garrard County's trip to Mammouth Cave will be June 19th. The round trip railroad fare from all stations in the County, $5.65 All expenses at Caye hotel $6.50 for three days trip. This latter amount includes your board at Cave hotel, and the several routes through the Cave, making the expense for a grand three days outing to the great Subterranean wonder for 12.15. The hotel has been reserved for this particular date. Tickets on sale from all stations. A specially conducted trip. Through coaches on JxrMWmt TIRES W -- jtfjd e at-on- v. - K - A. "! RULES and REGULATIONS Governing Candidates for the Grand Prizes offered by HOUSE FOR THE FARM FLOCK each of the Merchants in connection with The Central' Record. M G Poultry Column II If. .. IP ..-r--rl COULD NEVER FIND THEWi. live Stock Material Used Dees Not Figure as Mucn in Economy as Snape Allowing Use. of All Room. J 9 S. C. W. Legftorns. Stock from Prize Winners at Atlanta, yHiy MANAGEMENT It is not so much the materials that enter into the construction of a poultry house that means economy as it is the style or shape that allows for making use of every inch of room. The house shown in the accompanying plans is economical in cost, will take flock of hens OF EWE FLOCK charge of a and allow for additions to be put on good-sized 5)&&vi - Worn 7snunsr o &y.xa iff th2MK l. J A CARDS. L Pontius, - ck Ur. R. '&( i Ballot Box will be opened every Monday at 6 p. M. and votes therein counted and the ballot box resealed by a committee two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be 1. Louisville, Ciacinliati and other shows. On Thrifty Condition of Animals DeA few Cockerels left. Eggs priced acpends Success of Breeder Must cording ts pen. Have Some Attention. J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. By all means keep your ewes healthy the and vigorous, for upon a healthy, of thrifty condition of ewes depends your Eggs For JB- - X9 vnaf, nor io r' 9. Ja. ' As9 Veterinary Ofnice Surgeon and Dentist. at Sweeney'.-- , Livery Stable. --- Lancaster, Kentucky subject to public approval. The result of each week's count shall be published every week and the candidate's name and her standing to appear. once each month by the contest man- ager. Any candidate can get the consent of contest manager at any time to inspect or count the votes, 2. All votes are ed Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. 3. Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is nomnated in regular form on one of the coupon ballots, The contest manager reserves the right to reject the name of any undesirable candidate and to 4. limit the number of entries. Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are ob tained from any of the following sources; Coupons appearing or card issued by or on any handbill, dodger, form-lette- r 5. coupons given for trade at our store. and thrown out by the judges. 6. All others shall be declared void No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be per- mitted to enter the contest. 7. All votes must be deposited in the ballot box in the presence of the contest manager or some one appointed by him. In casting a number of votes at the same time they must be neatly tied together or placed in a small envelope. Votes on newspaper subscriptions may be cast personally or by mail. 8. Any candidate may solicit votes in any District they wish. success. S. C. Brown Leghorns eggs 75 cents The healthy ewe is able to live on per 15 or $5.00 per 100 can fill incubator rougher forage than your other farm Front Elevation. stock, but it is with sheep as with all order on short notice. else. You must give them some at from time to time as the flock is inMrs. J. M. Cress, R. F. D. No. 4, tention if you expect profit. Stanford, Ky. creased, writes Thomas P. Maher of Men, who every season make money New York in the Farm and Home. 380-Phone Lancaster Exchange from their lambs, And that if they feed The roosting room is placed in the central part of the house and the roosts are in such a position that no 0000O0O0CO0OOOOOOOO00OOOO000vO drafts can possibly reach the hens. ! The ventilator, with openings close to FARMER'S COLUMN the floor, tends to draw the fresh air from the windows toward the roosts and carries impure air out, while an abundance of fresh air is around the rfpaco below this heading is for the exclu-slhens. use of our farmer subscribers, and is for For a foundation brick or concrete the sale of stock, grain and such things on can be used, but for cheapness sheet farm as the farmer cauuot afford to advermetal can be used and the house built tise. No notice will he accepted over fonr on posts. In this case it is advisable lines, and will be only In '.wo issues of the to use a double floor. Before nailing Hkcord, free of charge the flooring it is a good plan to tack Fine tomato plants for sale by Mrr? An Ideal Flock Header. wire netting on the beams to prevent rats from gnawing through. J. W. Grant. them better for several weeks and The house is 27 feet 8 inches long flush the ewe stock each fall, that is, and 18 feet wide. The following bill Good riding cultivator for sale. before going to the buck, there are of material will give the principal Thomps Arnold. more twins and more milk at lambing For Sale:-- 2 tobacco beds about 100 time. Many of the troubles with weak lambs and empty udders would be feet each, ready to set out. avoided if your ewes were fatter when I BEriCH E j T. W. Conn. brought in for the winter. WORKROOM Try the plan of flushing your ewes, RuriS Must Keep at It. Im ' "(7777 ihcubhto i then follow with good pasture and you You cannot drive home a stout nail will see from results that the plan by a single blow of the hammer. The makes most profits. Have a dry, advertiser who strikes repeatedly in roomy yard, with deep shed the same spot Is bound eventually to for the ewes. If you have neighbors accomplish his purpose. Printers' Ink. with dogs, J I roosts $ Rf have a tight, stout woven wire fence with board at top and bottom around the sheep fold. Keep To Whom it May Concern. It was the new janitor in the apart- the sheep in this yard at night this ment house where the Browns live will save your sheep, as well as your ' ii who tacked up the following subtle temper. notice inside the dumbwaiter. It was 1 5CRATCHIMQ 5HED !nuwt hand painted, every S being a capital HANDY DOOR FOR HOG HOUSE carefully turned backward: "You and must not put nothing on the dura I mi,,! 1V water you can put bottles on win 1 Practical Arrangement of Passage tt. if b7'bMC " "A- Way to Keep Larger Animals in call for the gabblg I know who put it Floor Plan. and Little Fellows Out. on." Sale. Mrs. Wise What kind of shirtwaists do you like best? Mr. Wise The kind you can't wear my ties with. very softly, brother. A Caution. inn 1 &&O0 of QUALITY. 000X riuweis Ware McRoberts. oo3I 9OeO0O "Walk And don't disturb your neighbor. He may indulge, bethink you. I In literary labor. Everybody Is Doing It iSSX e Doing What? Susan?" Susan (not out yet). Not at all; ho Going to the newly fited up Barber Shop. has the manners of a street car conductor. The Old Reliable Barber. Caroline Why, what do you mean? Susan He is always saying: ''Let's HENRY DUNCAN see, little girl, how old ure you?" Richmond Street. Puck. Caroline Full Fare. How do you like George. a claque?" "Well," replied the anxious looking theater manager, "it may not be art, but I don't know that it's any worse than a congressman's writing 'laugh ter' and 'applause' into hit owa Laughter and Applause. "Do you consider it art to employ . M. ELLIOTT, LANCASTER, KY. Physician and Surgeon. Office Phone 6. j Residence Phone 220 speeches." I 6. J His Explanation of It. well-shelter- - s I "What are jou laughing at?" "Maud's letter. She writes they had foggy weather all the way across." "I don't see anything funny in that." Stanford Street. "No; but she adds that the captain must have neglected to take out clear- LANCASTER. KENTU! ing papers." SWEENEY Ilivery, feed that U. W. SALE STABL r 'iwn.i Joke Here. to 12. 1 p.m. to i. Stormes Drng Store "I thought you had a trained nurse 8.m to wait on your wife." "So I have." "And now you're looking for more DENTIST. No Office Hour3 Office over I find I have to have three or four maids to wait on the trained help." "Yes. Phone 65. Lrinns i K nurse." IN CHICAGO. i Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps? SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, June 2nd. $1.50 wIMMMIIIIr 1 .50 Trip Round Round Trip No never. Its foolish to tear a fan- gives a good idea of its construction. cied evil, when there are real and deadUse 2x4s, putting raw sides toward ly perils to guard against in swamps the door. In the 2x4s bore a few and marshes, bayous, and lowlands. These are the malaria germ3 that cause l)iliiiii:t'.kil:;ilhSS:rj!L ague, chills and fever, weakness, aches in the bones and muscles and may ini' duce deadly typhoid. But Electric Bit'III ters destroys and casts out these vici: ous germs from the blood, "Three & bottles drove all the malaria from my system," wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Lucama, N. C, "and I've had fine rccs Z2 health ever since. Use this safe, sure ft! remedy only. 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Door for Hog House. needed to .A simple method of arranging a items of window construct it. In the case frames, for instance, door for the hog house Is given in the a saving can be made by boxing in the Practical Farmer. The illustration H. d. T1NSLEY, -- m iiii m 8 iniai openings and having the sash strike against a strip tacked on the frame thus made. 145 2x4's 10 feet, 15 2x4's 24 feet for rafters, 550 feet flooring, 800 feet siding. 800 feet inside sheathing, 6 rolls roofing, 22 2x6's 10 feet, 1 bearing bear 20 feet long 4x6, 700 feet roofing boards, 40 linear feet x4 1 door for door jambs, 4 doors 3 winframe and outside door dow frames with storm sash to fit, 3 barn sash 20x24 inches, 82 linear feet for corner boards. The other materials needed for roosts, etc., can generally be found around the place. County Surveyor. PHONE Sfcst-- J. Office over F. G. Hurt fnrtillur- nor. Lancaster, Kfi' i jgjSjfeypff fcrVgSS&aUX Ix4 U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction GnarnntceU. 1-- m SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Deeply Rooted Ideas. It is true that a woman suggests beef tea as a universal panacea for all ills. It is certain, on the other hand, that a man always believes that a woman always feels better for lying down. S. Macnaughton. i A Genuine Hair Restorer. Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair? . There are many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it is probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their manufacturers. Hair Restorers which are nothing more than Thee are many harmful chemical dyes, which do not grow any hair, the only result being that they dyed the hair, having no permanency and often causing a streaky appearance. It has been the aim of the chemists for years to discover a preparation which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, 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, bat will posti.vely restore the natural color and brilliatcy to gray and faded hain 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 whiclTwere 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, lifter 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 "Genuine Hair Restorer." They will send a written agreement with every bottle of Sagine, to the effect that if one bottle of Sagine conscientiously used according to the directions does not give entire satisfaction to the purchaser; if Sagine does not actually grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, remove dandruff the hair healthy and glossy, that they will pay the sum of ?5 to any dissatisfied purchasers. This is the strongest offer ever made by any manufacturer and one they could not possible make if they did not know positively from experiment that it would do exactly what they claim for it No one takes any chance in buyiiig Sagine as it is certainly worth $1 to use a Genuine Hair Restorer that will grow hair, and if it does not give satisfaction they will pay you the $5 as agreed. bill to The Siloron Mfg. Co. Pueblo, Colo., stating that you wish to Send purchase a bottleHof 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. The Siloron Mfg. Co. is incorporated under the Laws of the State of Colorado and refer you to the mercantile agencies or any Pueblo banks as to their ability to fulfill any agreement they make. THE SILORON MF'G CO., Pueblo," Colo. so-calland-.mak- SHOULD NOT NEGLECT COLT Strong Inducements. Indianapolis woman answering An an advertisement about the rental of If Youngster Is Properly Handled From Beginning It Will Not Give rooms offers the following induceMuch Trouble. "Myself and husband are ments: away all day with steam heat, hot waThe farmer owning 40 acres or ter and all modern improvements." more "of land, who does not raise at least one colt every year, is not doing his best. The mare will do most kinds Report of tlie Condition of farm work and raise her colt without much loss of time. If the colt is OF THE properly handled from the beginning it will not give much trouble. Never Co allow it to run after its mother when Bank & she is working. This worries and frets the mare, Bank doing business at Lancaster and it wears out the colt. . Keep it at County of Garrard, State of Kentncky, the barn, loose in a box stall, and AT THE CLOSE Or BUSINESS ON THE tempt it with a little clover hay and oats. Early colts will be weaned pret- y soon now. If they have been 18th day of May, 1912. brought up to this point right, weaning does not mean much. Feed more KESOUBCES. requently with sweet clover hay, oats Loans' and Discounts itli one or more endors and corn, and the colt will soon be ers or sureties $K3,710 t)9 Keal Estate Mortgages able to take care of itself. Keep It in 10500 00 'lime jtoaus on Collateral 5.100 00 the barn at night and allow it to run $99 240 89 with other young stock in the pasture Due from NationalBanks I7,tb3 88 17.533 8S during the day. United States and Nat- holes, inch or larger. In these put an iron rod, or a fork handle to hold up v. ILir Kr-v- rv aftggr? so piss can walk under and hogs canOfEice over Logan's .tore. not. The rod will hold up door and The lazy hen Is seldom the profitable prevent sow from lifting door. Nail Ortice Plume Ella I don't see how same of these Residence Phone 73. boards on each side of 2x4s to slide hen. Desirable eggs are said to weigh clergymen live. door in. about 24 ounces to the dozen. Stella Well, I've dons my share for It is as an egg producer that the In- them; I've been marr.iL.'iPyen times. ICf PoultdyNotds DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. vj U ' dian Runner duck has gained the most fame. On every,farm poultry should not only have a place, but a prominent place. The Indian Runner duck is not inclined to fatten so readily as other A Suggestion. How should we r.oo sweet happiness To win her latest smile? Drive envy from Gur V carts, I cuess. And make this life worth while. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, All Work Guaranteed. - Paint Lick, Kentucky. "ft Garrard Trust varieties. Rigid culling is absolutely necessary if you would keep the flock in the best shape. Ducks as a rule are hardy. They do not have gapes. The weakest part of a duck is its legs. In case some of the cockerels need to be eaten or sold on a fancy market it" pays to put them in a crate and fatten them for two weeks. As an article of diet, if provided by a competent chef, the green duck resembles the famous and fast disappearing canvass back duck. For hens that have learned to eat their own eggs a shell filled with mustard, aloes, or red pepper will help to break up the unfortunate habit. Turkey eggs may be hatched in the incubator very nicely, but unless you have a number of hens it is hard to get enough." fresh eggs to fill a machine. charged Judge with breaking into several housce. What have you to say? Burglar I used to be a bookkeeper, your honor, and I got into the habit of raakin entries'. Force of Habit. Prisoner, you are MK. Denny, DENTIST Office over Jllas Arnold's Millinery. Subscribe for Record J. E. Robinson, MALARIA headache, biliousness, in- LAWYER and COUNTY ATT08NEY. am? Will Practice in all State Courts U. S. District Court. digestion, rheumatism, Office over Police Court. Phone 194 ional Bank Notes Specie Checks & e.oao 00 Sb0 83 1,2V 71 other cash items 7,210 83 1.2(55 Overdrafts (Secured) . . 4,:no Overdrafts (Unsecured).. 275 Current expenses paid.... 308 Real Estate Banking House 8.000 (1.300 Furniture and Fixtures.. 09 00 10 7i 1,585 09 - 00 00 14.608 10 $144,495 10 Total Capitol LIABILITIES. Stock paid in, incash . - Surplus Funds Undivided profits Deposits subject to check (on which interest is not paid) Time Certificates of which interest is paid).... Notes nud Bills rtdis- counted Unpaid dividends J .50,000 00 3,023 00 1,150 (16 1 873 80 71.118 60 lOSiroo 81.46160 10.0CO 00 10 00 e The meat of yarded poultry is alFeeding Hogs. ways more tender than that of It is best never to feed hogs on the ground. It is no more natural for a fowls having, free range, due to the hog to pick his feed up out of the dirt extreme muscular development of the and mud than for any other animal to latter. It requires about four geese to do so, although circumstances have in make a pound of feathers. Picking many cases forced him to do so. Have floors on which to feed hogs, and not live geese for their feathers is a praconly will you save feed by using them, tice that has been discontinued in this but they will appreciate their rations country. It Is estimated that it requires the much more. feathers from about ten ducks to make a pound. The sale of which just Susceptibility to t Disease. about pays the cost of dressing the Sheep, while generaly hardy and fowls for market. robust, are extremely susceptible to A plant of Swiss chard sown adjoinattacks of disease, which, although not ing the poultry yard will supply always fatal, wear on the constitution greens all summer, provided the and ultimately impair the usefulness fowls are not allowed to eat it more of animals afflicted. than an hour a day. pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc., are all signs of poisons in ypur blood. These poisons should be driven out, or 'serious illness may result To get rid of them, use E5 TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co We have moved to East Water street one and block East of Lexington avenue. AH orders called for and Phone 310. delivered. one-ha- lf Thedfonl's Black-Draug- ht h. lv. Faulkner, jIgr. the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs, J. H. Easier, Fruit and Shade Trees 10,000 00 10 00 Barred Plymouth Rocks. A 'a-$- I have a flock of 100 fine selected Ttal- $144,493 10 Plymouth Rocks, the best of all for State of Kentncky, County of Garrard, Set. eggs and table. The hens were selectI, J. W. Elmore Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above state- ed for their exquisite shape and color, ment is true to the best of my knowledge and also laying record as well as for their belief. fine Plymouth Rock points. They are J. W. Elmore, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st strong and healthy, farm raised, their day of May 1912. eggs will bring good chicks. I offer My Commission Expires January 22nd, 1916 such as I will not need for my own use D. A. Thomas, Notary Public. at 75 cts per setting of 15. Call and Correct Attest: W. R. Cook. Burglar's Awful Deed. F. B. Marksbnry. ' -- H.T.Logan. see my flock, (Directors. Louis G. Tinder, Lancaster, Ky. ) ) may not paralyze a home so completely as a mother's long illness. But Dr. King.'s New Life Pills are splendid remedy for women. "They gave me wonderful benefit in constipation and female trouble," wrote Mrs. M. C. Dunlap, of Leadill, Tenn. If ailing, try them. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Sop. -- bpartanburg, b. C, says: " I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the- - time, I tried Thed-forBlack-Draugand now I feel better than when I was 16 years old." Your druggist sells it, in 25 cent packages. d's ht, of' Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses Peonies, and Phlox. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Insist on Thedford's H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington,. Kentucky. - '" m - .pr ,'" 1m ; V eft. 'r'- -