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Strawberries, fresh and fine for preserves at $2.25 per six gallon crate. Walton Moss. Phone 354-F. NUMBER 8. ;ff33SS33CS33C33 -- S The County Sunday School Conven tion will be held at the Baptist church June 8th at 9 a. m. All are invited. 2t NO CHANGE In Standing of There is no change in the standing of contestants in the great piano contest, the voting is animated and the various young ladies who are strugling for the prizes are pushing their claims vigorously. Some of the contestants may be holding back their votes and are liable to vote a great number of them at any time thereby changing complete ly the line up, therefore it behooves each and every one to be unrelaxing in their efforts, for if at any time one begins to feel assured of her standing and for one day relax her efforts, she may find herself ousted from her position and will be forced to renewed efforts to regain her lost ground. Following is the standing of the contestants at the last count: LANCASTER DISTRICT. Mary Eliza Holtzclow 228,154 Mae Powell - MoOOEMACE S3 : BINDERS Mowers, Hay 5 Rakes J ( - V i1 Brown Cultivators, Owens- boro Wagons. Sechlers and Post Buggies, Majestic Ranges, Jewel Stoves, Perfection Oil Stoves, Poultry Netting, Wire Screening, Screen Door, Window Screens, Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Cistern Pumps, Filters, Pump Repairs. 9 We can save you money on the - t above, call and let us prove to you that we have the best place in town to get a bargain. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. y&g&s 4. TOM H. T. ' There will be an Ice Cream andStraw Mr. James Robinson.who resides near berry supper at Chapel Church on Sat- Hubble, and who is the father of Hon. urday, June 1st. Everyone is invited. J, E. Robinson, is quite ill at his home, and because of his advanced years grave The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will fears are entertained for his recovery. serve strawberries, cream and cake on the East Court House steps, Saturday Dr. Johnson Recuperating. afternoon and evening. Everybody We are glad "to see Dr. William invited. Johnson, the local colored physician back Mr Walton E. Moss has the thanks at home and able to resume his labor?. of the entire Record force for some Dr. Johnson was recently stricken fine home grown Strawberries which he with an attact of appendicitis and was brought to this office Wednesday. His tiken to a Lexington hospital, where berries are the largest, cleanest and an operation was" performed, which sweetest tasting we ever ate. afforded him relief. following gentlemen are attend- The Hospital Sold. 1 ing the democratic convention in Louis Hughes & Swinebroad sold for the ville this week:- - A. B. Brown Jr., J. A Bratton, J. E. Robinson, Chas. Ander- Lancaster Hospital Company the son, Dave Sanders, Thomps Arnold, building on Danville Street to Dr. D. Dave Sutton, Cleveland Bourne, J. R. F. Smith of Williamsburg Kv. who Mount, M. D. Hughes and Buster Fife. will locate here for the practice of his profession. We are glad to welcome The district Sunday School Conven- Dr. Smith to Lancaster tion was held at Buckeye last Sunday a large crowd was in attendance and Destructive Fire At Lebanon Junction. much interest was manifested, in such great Sunday School work. Addresses ofFire last Friduy swept the little town Lebanon were made by Mrs. Mattie Duncan, of Louisville Junction, 30 miles out of Lancaster, Rev. I. D. Timberlake, of Knoxville at the intersection of the Branch and the Main line of Indiana, and Rev. Lacy of Lexington. the L. & N. R. R. The fire originated in the grocery store of A. Davis and Notable Visitor. before it could be extinguished had en Mr. George L. Bennett, a prominent tirely destroyed the farmer of Vinita Okla., is the guest of the town, entailing business portion of a loss of $250,000. his kinsman Mr. James N. Denny. Mr Bennett married a sister of the late Mrs Now For A Rest. Denny, ""who was a nalive of Columbia We will now have a rest from poliMo. and a sister of Mr. Bennett married Champ Clark. Mr. Bennett is tics, at least from National politics in Speaker a successful farmer in the new state of so far as local demands are concerned. Oklahoma and is much pleased with The convention last Saturday marked the passing of the "Mass Convention", that country. for which everyone is thankful. SureBogle. ly the farmer will rejoice that he will Dr. J. C. Bogle died at his home in now be able to plough a furrow of corn Danville Sunday afternoon after an ill- from one end to the other without beness of only ten days. Dr. Bogle was ing stopped by the importunities of a 63 years of age and was one of the politician. most prominent physicians and highly Clover Harvest. respected citizens of Boyle county. Dr Bogle was a native of west Lincoln The best stand of clover ever seen in county. He was a brother of Mr. Wil- Garrard county is about ready for the liam A. Bogle who formerly resided sickle. The acreage is large, the crop here.and who married Miss Alma,daugh heavy and luxuriant, and if the weather ter of the late William H. Wherritt permits there will be an unprecedented crop of clover hay harvested in the Valuable Decision. county this season. The cutting usualThe decision of the Appellate Court ly begins about June 10th, but the holding that a majority of a Fiscal crop is a little forward this year and Court, and not a mojority of a quorum farmers are preparing to get into it must determine a question before the next week. court, is a valuable one, says the FrankDripping Springs To Open. There should at fort least be required of the members of "Uncle Sam" Rothwell was down Fiscal Court a formal attention to their from Dripping Springs Saturday and duties. A majority of a quorum should stayed over Sunday. Mr Rothwell has certainly not be allowed toTiave author- not been in the best of health and has ity to dispose of county funds and do been confined to the house most of the other acts of importance to taxpayers. winter, but is much improved and is able to attend to business again. He tell us that because of the fact that his garden is backward, as is also his crop of frying chickens, and that the Springs will not open this season until about June 15th. News-Journa- l. in Im W0M plumbing fixtures WHEN purchasing kitchen or laundry, bathroom, H one of the first important features to consider is their sanitary worth, because plumbing fixtures that possess every attribute of a perfect sanitary equipment insure comfort, economy and home health. The next equally important consideration is their proper installation. Much depends on the proper installation of plumbing fix tures to insure efficient and satisfactory service. By ftS?) i us install 'Standard" plumbing fixt- having Kate Ham Katie Mae Dickerson, Alline Thomas Jennie Cox . Ora Prather Grade Mae Cochran Sallie Anderson Lillie Croucher Beulah Mae Beazley Lillian Estes Osa Coulter Mary Ellen Farley Lucy Campbell 217.194 163,646 143, 519 67,616 44,962 28,022 22. 180 20,859 19,810 16,500 11,237 ures every necessary requisite of a pe rf ec't plu ji assured. equipment m bing is "sxusdmr "Attica" ei BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. ..... lossaMay Teater Rella Ruble Mary Belle Halcomb Ollie Crawford Blanche Stone Flora Ruble Pearl Shearor Ethel Onstott Clodie Speaks Ophelia Montgomery Sallie Ham Maggie Norris Annie Osborne 171,350 144,650 144,050 128,900 118,150 113,800 100,125 92,775 88,050 79,900 79,800 74,565 73,600 68,900 67,525 65,000 Haselden Brothers. liltep Overstocked ON CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. Lillian Garner . 143,839 Mrs. Dave Newland 143,742 Mrs. Dove Garner 139,649 Ruby Parrish 120,999 Mamie Holm an 104,805 SusieButt Ida Lee Campbell Cecil Garner Bertha Rogers Mahala Howard Eva Fletch Sadie Catler Jewel Francisco Bessie Reynolds Nell Davis 90,643 74,473 44,377 ,19,596 16,677 11,612 4,078 2,230 2,589 Buggies Three Car Loads Now Going at Great Bargains. 1,232 1,194 1,030 1,000 1,000 Wynn Mane White Ruby Cress Hattie Bogie Nancy Napier County Court Bay. I Logan's Great Sale continued until 3 Monday was county court day and about as dull one as has been witnessed here in many days. The farmers were busy in their crops and what few came to town were attracted by the political speaking. Capt. Am. Bourne reports the sale of one aged mule for A. J. Rice to James I. Hamilton for $65,25, sows and pigs $15. to 25., 3 plug horses at prices ranging from $60 to $85. and a lot of second hand vehicles. There were about sixty cattle at the stock yards, consisting of cows, calves and young light stuff whicn brought good prices. One bunch of pound steers was sold to Griggs & Peel of Jessamine county at an average of $30. per head. 25-700 Mr. Wynn who was connected with Mr. J. Y. Robinson of this city in the mule trade in Columbus and other Geor gia cities, died at Elkin & Goldsmith's sanitarium in Atlanta Ga. after a months illness of Bright's disease. Mr. Wynn has visited Mr. Robinson here frequently, and during his stay made many friends in this locality, all of whom will regret to hear of his death. O'Brien's Minstrels. j-xjv- ia IS-tla- . Dean McDougal. Our immense stock of CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS FURNISHING GOODS, ETC. V "Lancaster, Ky., May 22. (Special) Relatives have received word of the marriage in Cincinnati of Miss Mary OlivelDean, of Warsaw, Ky., and Mr. Ivan McDougal, son of Prof. McDougal, of the State Normal School of Richmond, The bride was a member of the Lancaster graded school faculty and had been retained by the school trustees for the coming year." The above article appeared in a recent issue of the Courier-Journunder a Lancaster date line. A letter from Miss Dean to the Record states that the article is a mistake, and that she is most assuredly not married, and that she is very much chagrined that such a report should be sent out from Lancaster. al J. C. O'Briens Minstrels exhibited under a tent at the Ball Park on last Saturday night The aggregation, with the exception of the management was composed entirely of negroes. Some of their acts were fairly good, but on the whole the performance was below the average, nothing like In keeping with the prices charged, which were regular "circus prices',, 50 cents admission and 25 cents reserved seats. It is to be hoped that the City Council demand a good stiff license of such troupes as they are absolutely of no benefit to the town, and if they will persist in such high prices they should be charged a license in keeping with their entrance fees. Gov. McCreary Made W. Good For J. ROMANS. GOOD : FOR : 1,000 : VOTES When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered In Piano Contest. Teaporary Cfaair- - I VOTE FOR. Blue Grass Seed. at the Mercy of the-people- . Cost will not ' be considered. Greater and better bargains than we have ever offered. Come with the Cash and buy goods at half price. The season for the garnering of the blue grass seed is at hand and the prospects for a bumper crop is splendid. Messrs Denny 'Bros, and Mr. R. P. Gregory will start out about ten strippers each this week to gather the crop. These gentlemen have purchased hun dreds of acres of the seed in this and adjoining counties, and provided the weather is propitious, they will reap a H. T. LOGAN Lancaster, Ky. 4VH i v" bountiful harvest. The stripping of bluer grass seed is no' joke, the average cost of operating a stripper is about $50. per day, and after the seed is gathered, the utmost care must be exercised to save it, it must be spread in a dry cool place, and stirred constantly to prevent it from heating during the curing process, which consumes about two to three weeks. No prices have as yet been quoted, but in 'conformity with other field seed.9 it is reasonable to suppqsel it will .command a good price. Gov. James B. McCreary was elected temporary chairman of the state democratic convention now in session in Louisville, the vote being McCreary 658, James 567, whereupon Senator James made a motion to make Gov. McCreary's election unanimous, which was done. Senator James was then appointed one "of a committee to escort the newly elected chairman to the chair. Gov. McCreary in his speech.of acceptance asserted his friendship for Rufus H. Vansant for Chairman of the State Central Committee, which indicates very clearly that Mr. Van Sant will have the support of the administration for the office, which will practically insure his election. In the eighth district convention which was held prior to the holding of the state convention Col. R, G. Evans of Danville and Dr. W. R. Ray tff Shelby county were elected delegates from the district to the national convention at Baltimore and R. M. Hunter of Jessamine and Dr. C. W- - Kavan-aug- h of Anderson as alternates. Rodney W. Keenon of Harrodsburg was elected a member of the state central committee. Mr. Joseph R. Mount of this county was a member of the committee on resolutions. . a " Sfc fca Take Any Beam You like from our timber piles. No need to spend time in look ing for good ones. Every stick in the pile is sound, seasonable and straight. gW' MI Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting them, here. 4 Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. V2 L 'w. 3 iSOOkisii j" The Central Record " for the path has grown too steep; Armstrong-MorgUnless the committee recently ap. William H.Wkerritt. " And fold in fair green pastures, to bring pointed by the City Council U. a long, honorable and peaceful" After Sarah Armstrong of Hackley daugh He giveth His loved ones sleep. order out of chaos in the telephone ?? incorporated. is no matter, acts in the near future, the career Mr. William H. Wherritt Like weary wornout children, that ter of W. T. Armstrong of Cincinnati year. Weekly. $1.00 a Issued the night of Ohio, and Mr. Everett Morgan also of matter bids fair to automatically ad- - more. Some time during passed from a sigh for the day light's close. Wednesday May 22nd he Hackley, Ky., were united in marriage He knows they are oft longing for GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. just itself. the eternal home and at the home of the bride Mr. Henry m Goaded by the arbitrary action of quiet and peaceful rest into its sweet repose; sleep which knows no- - waking. As he So He calls them in from their labors Hutchinson's on Wednesday May 22nd, Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., the Bastin Telephone Co. in removing 1912 at 4 P. M. the hridem-oois a hvedso he died, quietly and at peace ere the shadows round them' creep, as Second-ClasHall Matter. ana many phones in tneir locality with all man kind. For the last few And silently watching wealthy youhg farmer and son of Mr. withdrawing their service from the o'er them, Member Kentucky Press Association not been in Lewis Morgan the wishes are good luck Danville exchange, thereby practically weeks Mr. Wherritt had He giveth His loved ones sleep. strong and lasting. Wedand and prosperity. w FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant cutting them off from telephone con- his usual robust health, but on He giveth it, oh, so gently as a nesday he was out with Mr. C. D. Eighth District Publishers League. Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect nection with the outer world, a few Walker for a ride, arid upon his return mother will hush to rest Treat Him Right. progressive citizens ot the iluDDie clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. The babe that she softly pillows so Lancaster, Ky., Hay 31, 1912. neighborhood have organized a stock he remarked to his brother Mr. Thomas tenderly on her breast; in Who chronicles the comings and goAlso CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong company with a paid in capital stock Wherritt, that he never felt better Forgotten are now the trials, the ings of your family, who mentions ' would his life and that he thought he light. Rates For Political Announcements of $2500., and provided they can secure have no more trouble. He retired in sorrow that made them weep; your doings in the community and entrance into Danville. Stanford and For with many a soothing promise, brings you yito public notice, often For Precinct and City Offices 5 5.00 Lancaster, will establish an exchange this healthy and pleasant mood on Wed his He giveth His loved' ones sleep. 10.00 or County Offices. , at Hubble. This is one of the most nesday night. It has always been his He giveth it! Friends the dearest can making you a man of importance, when in reality you are small potatoes, who For State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 thrifty and prosperous communities in custom to rise early and attend to pictures your recently married daugh 10 For Calls, per line duties about the home, and on Thurs- never this boom bestow, the state, peopled with the very best But He touches the drooping eyelids, ter as a "lovely and beautiful" bride, 10 For Cards, per line day morning, as has been her custom, class of citizens, and whose call no and placid the features grow. when to be correct she is as homely as For all publications in the intertown can refuse to heed. Confronted his wife attempted to awaken him, her Their foesmay gather about them, a mud fence, who speaks of your son" est of individuals or expresefforts were fruitless and upon investiwith a call for entrance into Lancaster, and storms about them sweep. as a "promising youth", when if he sion of individual views, per the City Council will be up against an gation she found him cold in death. But guarding them safe from danger, had his, he would be in the School of line JlpMfrgJMfrEllTrMiPlfr 10 intricate proposition, these people are The summons had come during the He giveth His loved ones sleep. Reform, who speaks of you as "a prom 05 Obituaries, per line he had answered the call, m Lancaster's friends, their business in night and All dread of the distant future, all inent and popular business man", when up into peacefully, calmly and without a strugthe course of a year amounts gle. you are actually a crusty old curmudBUY YOUR fears that oppressed today, ANNOUNCEMENTS thousands of dollars, they are patrons town has not in years The county-anLike mists, that clear in the sunlight geon, who exploits you and yours on of our business houses, banks, our sustained the loss of a more estimable all occasions, chronicling the good, have noiselessly passed away; For Congress. schools and our churches, and when it or more generally beloved citizen than No call, nor "clamor can rouse them which are few, and suppressing the We are authorized to announce Jack comes we can ill afford to allow their Mr. Wherritt, and his loss is one that bad acts, makes favorable comment m from slumbers so pure and deep, Chinn a candidate for Congress in the call to go unheeded. Nor is this all, will be sadly felt, his place will be when ever occasion presents itself and For only His voice can read them eighth district, subject to the action of this is but the forerunner of what will one hard to fill. fails to make mention of your delinWho giveth His loved ones sleep. the Democratic Primary to be held follow, in the event they are not afyour Editor m Weep not that their toils are over, quencies forded some relief from the wrongs August, 3rd, 1912. What return do you give for these that their race is run; under which they are laboring, other WeeP kindnesses? You get your stationery God grant that we may rest calmly Bryantsville, Buckeye, We are authorized to announce Hon. communities, a patent mediWhen our work like theirs, is done: in the "city", or from J. A. Sullivan a candidate for Congress Paint Lick and Preachersville will follcine firm, you fail to carry an advertise Till then we would yield with gladthe footsteps of Hubble and in the eighth district, subject to the ow-in ment in your local paper, you read, per ness our treasures to Him to keep will establish exchanges and demand action of the Democratic Primary to be haps your neighbor's copy of the paper And rejoice in the sweet assurance entrance into town. Gentlemen of held August 3rd, 1912. from the first to the last page, toss it He giveth His loved ones sleep." the Council do you recognize the aside and remark "there is nothing in Commonwealth Attorney. For gravity of the situation? Something that paper". You get mad if you are Governor Buys Auto. We are authorized to announce Emmet must be done and done quickly. These and prob Gov, McCrearv is the first Governor asked to pay your subscription Puryear as a candidate for . Common people must be given relief and given ably stop the paper. of Kentucky to ride in his own autowealth's attorney, subject to the action it quickly.. They are not powerless in Now consider, when your daughter mobile. The Governor has bought a the hands of the Bastin corporation. of the Democratic party. marries will the patent medicine people touring car. handsome Already they have recognized their people" give her an elabor Until the new Capitol was built Ken- or the "city ability to cope with the situation, and The Record Is authorized to announce ate write up, when you are elected to tucky's Governors walked from the W. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candi- have taken the initial steps in that council will these people tell mansion to the office, but the new lo- the city direction. date for the nomination for Commowhat a representative citizen you are, cation made some sort of conveyance What are you going to do gentlemen, nwealth's Attorney, subject to the necessary on account of the distance. (?) and last but not least will these are you going to adjust this matter or Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. say the last kindly words about Gov. McCreary had been using a car- people are you going to iorce your country you when you die? riage. For County Judge. neighbors to come in and adjust it for Let us answer for you. No a thousyou, which action would be very much Candidates For Congressional Nomina- and times no, that sheet which "has ; rj We are authorized to announce Clay- to your detriment. nothing in it", the paper you stopped, ton A. Arnold as a candidate for CounWhat ever is to be done must be tion Engage In Joint Debate At the paper you have never patronized ty Judge of Garrard County subject to dene quickly, the people are suffering will publish a half column obituary, Court House Monday. Mr. Wherritt was born in Madison the action of the democratic party. and are demanding relief, will you half of which they must seek Divine county Ky. in .1825, he moved from grant it? Judge J. A. Sullivan was billed to forgiveness for, about what a good We are authorized to announce Madison to Lincoln county and from z&MftMrPM.WMRMt&M address the democratic voters of the gentJames A Beazley as a candidate for In the preferential primary held in there to Garrard county in 1852, and county on last Monday afternoon, and man you were, (?) Moral: Speak ly. County Judge of Garrard county, sub- New Jersey Tuesday the returns al- has been prominently identified with ject to the action of the Democratic though not yet complete indicate that the interests and welfare of the county invited Hon. Harve Helm to meet him, and Mr. Helm was present and folGarrard For Wilson. party. On lowed Judge Sullivan in an hours talk. Gov Wilson will carry the state, receiv- since coming into the community. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. B. P. HUDSON, President. ing 24 out of the 28 delegate. That November 1st 1855 he was married to Judge Sullivan spoke for an hour and Democrats of this county attended For Sheriff. ORGANIZED 1SS3. Roosevelt has swept the state is beyond Miss Mary Jane Miller, and to that in a very logical manner informed the the Convention last Saturday from all We are authorized to announce C. A. a doubt, and the entire 28 delegates union was born three sons and two audience of the claims which he had parts of the county. The followers of Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of sent to Chicago will be Roosevelt men. daughters, Messrs Samuel and Robert upon the democrrcy of the district, both Wilson and Clark were enthusias Garrard County, subject to the action In the convention held in Texas on Wilier Wherritt, long since dead, Mr. and the claim he had to the democratic tic in working for their candidate. BeOF LANCASTER, KY. Tuesday the Taf t men refused to par- Milliam C. Wherritt, prominently con- nomination for congress. He said that fore two o'clock about seven hundred of the Democratic party. nected with the L & N railroad in New ever since he became a voter he had voters were ready to participate in the ticipate in a convention dominated by We are authorized to announce CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. Roosevelt men, and the result was the Orleans La. and Mrs. W. A. Bogle and labored unceasingly in the cause of convention. Many of the same fellows Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff holding of two conventions, both the Mrs. W. A. Berkele of New Orleans democracy, and without ever haying that wore either Taft or Roosevelt badW. F. CHAMP, Cashier. of Garrard county, subject to the ac- Roosevelt and Taft forces sending a La. asked reward, that he had served as a ges in the late Republican convention tion of the democratic party. A conscientious christian gentleman, r. J. J. Walker, Jr., W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. full quota of instructed delegates and Commit- were on the ground with Wilson badges Mr. Wherritt united himself with the member of the State Central alternates to Chicago. was quite evident that the supportIt We are authorized to announce W. Presbyterian church when 13 years of tee and was at present the chairman ers of Wilson had freeiy distributed L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard of the County Committee of Madison P Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. The democratic convention passed off age, assisted in the establishment of county; that county, subject to the action of the he,at the request of Gov. "boodle", and a few of-- the Clark men the church of that denomination in Lan quietly on last Saturday and the Clark McCreary and other party leaders, were inclined to complain about the democratic party. men, when they saw that they were caster, and has always been actively drafted the platform upon which the number of Republicans voting in the j. s. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs by the Wilson forces engaged in all that tended to the furth- Democratic party recently won such an Wilson crowd, but the cooler ones urgoutnumbered, For Assessor. Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. gave up very gracefully, and let the erance of the interests of his church overwhelming victory and that he acted ed harmony on account of the fact that We are authorized to announce Dave Wilson men have full sway. If the and the cause of his Master. He was on all legal subjects to the this would be the last Convention, since C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor democrats expect to elect a democratic County Clerk of Garrard county for as ndviser recent Kentucky Legislature, and that we had a mandatory primary law in of Garrard county subject to the ac- President this fall, they will have to sixteen years, has served as a member he advised the passage of the primary effect. tion of the democratic party. stick together, and we were glad to see of the City Council, of the local School election law. Mr. James I. Hamilton as Chairman I' Board, as City Clerk, and has ever things pass off harmonious. Judge Sullivan attacted Mr. Helm's of the County Committee called the We are authorized to announce Mr. been active in the furtherance of coun- record in 'congress, claiming that Mr. convention to order in the Circuit Court E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomity and municipal affairs and the cause Helm was practically unknown room at two o'clock. Mr. R. H. Tom- I. 0. 0. F. Decoration Day Services. nation of Assessor of Garrard County, of education, but beyond that he never and unrecognized in that august linson was elected temporary chairman ' OF LANCASTER. subject to the action of the democratic The local Odd Fellows lodge will hold sought political honors, caring nothing body, and that he took credit for the and Mr. W. B. Mason, secretary. The party. their annual decoration exercises on for the honors incident to a political acts of Speaker Champ Clark and other Clark followers, seeing that they were Capital career save whatbenefithe might bring celebrated members of congress who outnumbered about fifty by the Wilson We are authorized to announce J. B. Sunday afternoon June 2nd. All memto his town and county. For many A. R. DENNY, President. loonier as a candidate tor the nomina bers are requested to gather at the years in conjunction with- - Mr. B. F. have done things, but that Mr. Helm men, decided it was best for the party, lodge room at 2 o'clock Sunday afterfailed to cite & single instance where and in order to maintain good feeling J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. tion for assessor of Garrard county, Hudson, he had been engaged in the in- he had rendered any service of benefit and hormony made nofurther contest. subject to the action of the democratic noon. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. surance business with offices at the to his constituency. He said that if The following delegates and alternates party. r. R. T. Embry, J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. Citizens Bank. Mr. Wherritt was the the eighth district would honor him by were named and instructed to vote for More Seed Com For Boys Corn Club. nestor of the local Masonic lodge, hav- sending him to congress, that he would Woodrow Wilson in the Louisville conWe are authorized to announce W. Miss Jennie Higgins desires to notify L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- the members of the Garrard County ing been a member of that organization come back, and if he asked for a sec- vention: Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. or of Garrard county subject to the Corn Club that she has a small quan- for more than fifty years, and the love ond term, would rely upon his own Delegates Alternates. action of the Democratic party. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. tify of seed corn that will be distribu- and esteem in which he was held by record, would tell the people what HE J. R. Mount Dr. Wm. Elliott body was evinced by the largest had done, and not endeavor to succeed ted to them for purposes that A. D. Leavell turning out of the lodge ever seen at a himself by th6 grace of se. vices ren- G. T. Farris Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. For School Superintendant. upon application at her office. funeral in Lancaster. Ship Estes R. H. Tomlinson Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. dered by his colleagues. We are authorized to announce Miss A kindly, benevolent gentleman, with Crows Kill Young Chickens. Dave Sanders B. Mason Mr. Sullivan further stated that Mr. W. Jennie Higgins as a candidate for a bright smile and the good old fashionHelm had promised in the presence Dave Ross J. W. Hamilton The housewives of the county are ed custom of a hearty hand shake acSchool Superintendant for Garrard complaining of the ravages of crows companied by a pleasant smile for all of witnesses that it he be not op- M. D. Hughes J. A. Doty county, subject to the action of the among their young chickens' and turk- whom hemet, it will be hard to become posed for a second term that he W. V. Gastineau Democratic party. Jack Adams eys, and the farmers are carrying reconciled to his loss and to realize that would not again be a candidate for Sim J. H. Lane Wheeler shotguns to the field with them to ex- his old haunts will know him know congress, and that he was now disre ForUailer. Pat Sutton terminate the pests. "The recent severe more, his death marks the passing of garding that promise made and accept Jno Ruble faith, ed T. K. Watson B. Brown, Jr A. We are authorized to announce Jack winter-drovthese birds to acts of un- the old school gentlemen whose ranks Mr. Helm in turji defended his record G.'T.jBallard Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- usual audacity, in some instances they are so rapidly thinning, and whose exsince he has been in congress and Tom Arnold, Jr rard county, subject to the action of have been known to attact young lambs ample the youth of the present genera- charged W. J. Gosney that Mr. Sullivan had entered Jas. Bratton the Democratic party. and pigs, and so severe have their rav- tion would do well to emulate. Wils Rogers into a conspiracy with other prospec Jno. Bogie ages become in the barnyard that they Besides the wife and children men- tive congressional candidates, who Clay Q T. A. Elkin Kauffman We are authorized to announce Dave have come to be looked upon as a : tioned, Mr. Wherrit is survived by one held a secret meeting at a Louisville Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- greater evil than the heretofore muchly brother Mr. Thomas Wherritt of this hotel recently and attempted to form a rard county, subject to the action of condemned chicken hawlq in fact the city, and to the entire bereaved family combine or to, devise other means to the Democratic party. latter bird if their were a sufficient the kindly love and heartfelt sympathy encompass his (Helm) defeat for the Ti number of them, would soon extermi- of the entire community is extended in nomination. Mr. He'm claimed that A. Face Retenoid. nate the former, as they are their their irreparable loss. too. because thev interlock and overlap in such a way that tie Fer Magistrate. his service in congress had fitted him L, adies Delight. finest driving snow or rain cannot sift under them. deadly enemy and always come out three o'clock Saturday afternoon for the service of the people and he A Freckle Remover. At Best roof for country buildings, because they're safe from dl the elements. We. are authorized to announce best in their combats. " all who could manage to , find room was now better equipped to render EJ leaches the Skin. They'll last as long cs the bufldiES. and never need repairs. 7 John N. White as a candidate, for gathered at the Presbyterian church to eood service to his constituents in the A. labasterlike Effect. Magistrate, in the first district of Garitreet Fair. mooth, velvety skin. , hear the funeral services, ' which were lower House than he had ever been be Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. rard county, subject to the action of conducted by Rev. C. C. Brown, and to fore, and pledged himself that if given T onic for Face Muscles. For the benefit of the local order of the democratic party. I. O. O. F. the Little John's United pay their last sad respect to our be- anotner term he would exert himself to R. ejuvenates Your Youth. We are authorized to announce Shows will pitch their tents on a lot loved dead; after the services, preced- the utmost in behalf of those he rep- O f Great Beautifying Power. ' L, ovelier Facial Appearance. WaltonE. Moss as a candidate forMag: for one week commencing Monday ed bjr.the Masonic fraternity the re- resented. After Mr Helm's speech Judge Sullim in the first district of Garrard June 3rd. This company comes highly mains were conveyed to the Lancaster iatrate Alabastrol County, subject to the action of the recomended from many Kentucky and cemetery where the beautiful and im- van indulged in a reply of fifteen In the last two months we sold 1,852 Tennessee cities and consists of eight pressive fraternal ceremony was gone minutes duration. A good crowd greet democratic party. through with, after which all that was ed the speakers and they were given packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because high class paid attractions, Royal We are authorized to announce Ship- - Italian Band and lady high diver be- mortal of William H. Wherritt was con- the closest attention. Both gentlemen it is the most perfect production of its "ton H. Estes as a candidate for Mag- - sides numerous concessions for the signed to its last resting place. The will have a good following in this kind on the market, universally indorsstrate, in the first district of Garrard innocent amusement for both the "grave was one mass of handsome floral county. Col. Chinn was not in the ed by users. Removes Freckles, Suncounty, subject to the action of the young and old. In the past it has designs contributed by the host of lov- city on Monday. burn, Tan, etc. Allays chafed skin democratic party. and is the Ideal Combination Cream always been customary for the carnival ing friends of the deceased. It Starfeii Tke Werld. and powder. None give that soothing, companies visiting Lancaster to pitch,! May the turf tiver rest as lightly upWe are authorized to announce on his remains as do those flowers. when the astounding claims were first cooling feeling as Alabastrol and whose Charles C. Becker as a candidate for their tents around the public square made for Bucklen's Arnica Salve, but use is so much appreciated. It acts on Magistrate in the second district of but this year the Odd Fellows and the "Sleep." forty years of wonderful cures have the face not unlike a refreshine. cool Garrard county, subject to the action management of the shows have decided on a new department and will exSo He giveth His beloved sleep. Ps proved them true, and everywhere it is ing Spring Morning. We guarantee itij& of the democratic party. 127. hibit on a lot thus avoiding the usual now known as the best salve on earth to be satisfactory in every respect. We are authorized to announce Tay- inconvenience caused the merchants "He sees their footsteps falter, when for Burns, Boils, Scalds, Sores, Cuts, Mailed to your home in generous size 'C& lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- - and their customers and it is to be their hearts grow weak and faint; Bruises, Sprains, Swellings, .Eczema, pacKages ana in piain wrapper xor ow sga ' istrate in the second district of Gar- hoped and believed that it will really He marks when their strength is,i ail Chapped hands, Feyer Sores and Piles. taenia pnver. no ouuipies. The SiloeonMf'g Co., Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts &,Son. rard county, subject to the action of prove more successful than the old ing to each.complamt. ' - "Pueblo, Colorado! " ..the democr&tic'party. time street exhibitions. He bids them to rest' for a 'season, an. t s ) Wire Drawn Tungsten BLEGTRI6 LAMPS. "a " STORMES DRUG STORE g I mmmmmimiim mMBMWBwmm 1 MlMnlllnlflJSlMhliMllE - d s n - nt I IC E n er 8 1 Ice Cream, Sherbets, Butter, Buttermilk and Fish from the I 1 1 -- i I Creamery. JlTrSIlTJllIMi1!!!!!!! fe Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- I r THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. $SurpIus 25,000. Book-Keepe- in-go- CORTEHGEfT ..METAJ&SBaKGIXSt ,-- e Facts. ARE FIREPROOF! Stonn-croo- f. S SHEEP Lime DIP. se j and Sulpber I k The kind the Law now Requires. We have it. and-liste- tt R. E. McRoberts Son. " 1 1-- m -- - - -- ' ' .TV h' v V ttra - WsA .Vtk ?i?.iPx3&L , Va. - - , tov ? ANNIE ROONEY 4104 c A. S. H. R. 85 3173, Vol. 7. Will make the season of 1912 at my . Will make the season pf 1912 atony place, 2J miles east of Paint Lick, on Paint place, two miles west of Hustonyille, Lick pike. Crestland is a chesnut, coming seven, 16 hands. A ' good flat bone on the Bradfordsville 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 j dam Annie Washington 1358, by Wash- color and action. Crestland4s by Rex Peavine 1796. Dam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam ington 54, he by Cromwell 73; 2nd dam J by Vidette. Powell's Drenon; he by Brinker's Drenon 1600. Will serve mares at Description Foaled 1907. A beautiful light bay, 16 hands high, lots of to a Living Colt. weight, with snip face, left front and Money due when fact is known or mare parted with. Lien on colt for ser both hiud feet white. He is a very vice fee. Mares bied to another horse oi 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 any occur. Come and see this horse before yon breed. Den-comi- ng PEAVINE Grestland. "REX PEAVINE fc1796 Harvey Highland. DAISY 2nd, 2229 PEAVINE 85. SEASON 1912. $30.00 Insure accepted type of the te Amer- W. Phone C. FITZPATRICK, ican saddle horse. 425 Rings, P. L. Exchange. 4 Xs f V M Harvey Highland has had but little PAINT LICK, KY. work both under saddle aud in harness and is learning to step away with lots of grace and air. His beautiful form and marked individuality, coupled with his popular blood lines, will appeal to intelligent breeders desiring to produce horses of the highis a full brother to Kipling 2:19 trial est class. 2:10J Francis Griffin 2:22i,YolandaK,2 His dam is a fine Individual as well as year old, record 2:24f and Dr Kinnaird a great brood mare, having had two 2:191. 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 1600. He is the only kind ox 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 and $12. to insure. Above will make due at times of such traesaction. Lien retained on colts until season is the season of 1912 at my place. paid. General Gibbs KENTUCKY'S FINEST SADDLE STALLION Will make the present season at my stable one mile east of and 6 mile east of Lancaster, Ky., at the very low price of Mc-Crea- ry $10.00 To Insure a Live Foal He is a rich light chestnut in color, about 16 hands, and weighs about 1,200 lbs., has fine mane, and tail and lots of bone and substance and G. H. Ruble, 519. 2:22. Wilkes 4fi59, mares- - irom a distance grazed on (Gambetta 19iu2:10, 221 record 2:19i, George Wilkes Jewell bysire of S3' iu2:30; dams dams of 210. Vermont good'blue grass at $2.50 per month. I iih. ureat Drooa mare. of 7 2n 2:10. General Gibbs, Mares entrusted will receive my perHonor Cf.94 Sire of Red Cliff 2:18.etc 45539. Miss Haydon. By Mambrino Fos- sonal attention, but not responsible for 1fargerite W . dam of Kipling 2 :19V.f, ter. Dam of Upright Wilkes 2:25 Frauds Griffins 2:22. accidents or escapes. and grandam oi 5. 2:2r, etc. W. M. DODD, Hustonville, Ky. Buena Vista, Ky. s,". H ill .... Squirrel. A beautiful Ghestnut Sorrel 151 hands high, heavy mane and tail and excellent carriage. Hill Squirrel was sired by Chester Spuirrel, he by Chester Dare and he Black Squirrel. His dam by Red 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 miles on new Danville pike at near McKinney, Ky., at $25.00 to insure a living colt. a great natural style horse. A great show horse both under saddle and in harness. He has racked quarters in 40 seconds and stepped as fast in harness on both trot and pace. He is bred in the purple, being 'sired by the great DORSEY GOLD DUST, No 12052. He is a full brother to Estell No. 219, sired by Zilcada Gold Dust No. 4400, he by Gold Dust 150, he by Vermont Morgan, he by Justin Morgan, he by Old Comet Morgan. 1st dam Peavine 85, by Young Diamond, he by Diamond Denmark, he by Wash ington Denmark. He has proven himself a champion breeder, having made a heavy stud season in Mercer in 1910, and has shown some of the best colts in Central Kentucky, ranging in price from $125. to $150. as weanlings. No breed of saddle horses ranks with this family to 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 and must be paid at once. Mares bred at any time. I will give those who patronize my Horse and Jack the privilige of breeding their cows to my fine POLLED DURHAM BULL and their sows to extra POLAND CHINA BOAR. Everybody invited. Correspondence solicited. I also have this proposition to make you I will give $25.00 as a premium to the owner of tee" best colt, to be shown on the Saturday before the 4th Monday in October 1913 at my farm. Judges will be disinterested parties. I will also at same time buy the best colt at $100. ALL. PEAVINE 4092. - At the same time and place I will $10. to Insure Living Colt. also stand my fine Jack j- SIRE, REX PEAVINE 1796. A champion show horse and an unequaled champion sire. From him we have had such champions as Edna May, Golden Glow, Jack Straw, Queen O' the May, Star Peavine and many others past and to come. By Rex McDonald Daisy 2nd by Peavine 85. GRAND SIRE, Rex McDonald 833. The undisputed champion show horse and sire. FIRST DAM, Lucy Wells 6605, by Peavine 85. A great brood mare by the world's greatest brood mare sire, Peavine. His daughters have produced such champions as Lou Chief, Cleopatra, The Frenchman, Edna May, Barthenia McCbord, and dozens of others. A mare by Peavine is a sure foundation. , DAM, daughter of Harris Denmark. THIRD DAM, daughter of John Mosely. If you want to breed to a stallion whose produce commands the highest price, breed to All Peavine 4092. The price for which I have sold Peavine colts are as an open book, they baing sold for the high dollar at public auction; along with the colts of other breeds of horses, and I have topped the markat I will personally care for mares sent me and use every precaution, but will not be responsible for accidents or escapes. I will also stand another nice stallion at a lower price, and three fine mule breeding jacks. The Gray jack at $10. to insure living foal, and the two Black jacks at $8. to insure living foal. He is a black jack with white points, 1516 hands, has lots of bone and substance and has a real good head and ear and is bred right This pony is 4 years old, spotted and being bred by the great John Morgan, who is the champion breeder of this and other counties.-H- is dam was sired by Old Beecher, another a good individual, 48 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 JIM MORGAN to-I-nsure a Live Foal. Kentucky. Also at the same time and place I will stand my fine big Jack, Young John Morgan 3705 T)y WALKER, BHADSHAW, MoCreary, Ky. Rex Helton, 3404. Will make the season of 1912, Young John Morgan 3705 was sired old John Morgan and was out of an imported registered Jennet. He will make the season of 1912 at PRESTON No. 922. Vol 11. Sired by Washington.No 54, by Crom well No 73, by Washington Denmark No 64. First dam, Bell by Rhoderick, No 104; second dam by Denmark. This champion five gaited saddle stallion of Kentucky, which everybody in this and adjoinng counties knows him both as a great show horse as well as a breece. He will make the season of 1912 $10. to Insure Living Golt. occur. Lien retained on all colts for the seasecured the services of JORDAN PEACOCK of W. L. Grady, you can son money.-- - Care taken to prevent ac Having see him and breed to him at a reasonable fee, at Peavine Farm, near McKinney cidents but not responsible should any at my stable at Marksbury, Kentucky, at R McKinney, S. SCUDDER Kentucky. J. T. RAINEY. $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. MADISON PEAVINE, IwMHff i1 ii' i ih ' 2889, at $12.00 to Insure. $10.00 to Insure. $10.00. to a limited number of mares, at $25. to insure a living colt. Also for service CARROLL PRESTON 3483. ii Mil ill 'I GARRARD PEAVINE, at Also at same time and placo will stand my fine Jack REID at See me for the pedigree of this stock or see cards. By Preston 922, first dam Mamie Wilson, by Ogdenburg, second dam Katy Will make the season of 1912 at my Maloy, one of the best show mares the stable, 3J miles from Lancaster, on state ever produced. Fee ?15.00 Pres- BUD HALL. PRESTON JR. Lexington pike, at $15.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Bud Hall is 15J hands high, was sired BBikiil'l II I i'lli"JWil ft V A horse that is distinguishing himself both as a sire and in the show ring. There were few better rings of colts seen in a ring this year than those exhibited at Lancaster, Ky., by CARROLL PRESTON. He is 9 MARK COINS, Marksbury, Ky. Nigger. Black Jack with mealy nose. 5 vears fc. " by Preston 922, by Washington 54, by Cromwell 73,- - by Washington old, 15 hands high, fine breeder and Denmark 64; 1st dam Baby Pence 7049, by Enoch Arden, 2nd dam by great individual. A Jack of fine bone and action. Will stand at $10. to insure FEE $25.00 TO INSURE. Carroll Preston is" nomi- a living colt. Almont Forrest nated in the Saddle Horse Futurity Stake at Lexington, Kentucky. Also in service CARRYING Buck Varnon. ( UZM tklK HIGH CLOUD 7. 3334, by Highland Gay 1149, by Highland Denmark 730; 1st dam Patsy Lam- stand a PEAVINE. HORSE at $10. to FEE $20.00. High Cloud is a dark bay insure a living colt. bert 3359, by Red Cloud-219All will stand at W. P. Deshon's horse with white markings Stands 16 hands high and is full made. farm on the Crab Orchard pike 5 miles from Lancaster, Kentucky. Mares Has not had much handling but shows lots of action and speed. grazed $2. per 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 CASH 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. - 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 should any occur. Also at same time and place I will stand my big Jack, BEECHER MORGAN, at $10. to insure a living colt. R. C. SCHOOLER, Lancaster, Ky. ton, Jr., is a light bay horse with four white feet to the ankle. Three years old, 15J hand3 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 further. Both will make the season at my stable in Crab Orchard, Ky. Will keep mares on grass at $2.50 per month, but will not be responsible for accident or escape of stock. Lien retained on colts until season is paid. Season is due if mares are traded or parted "with or bred to other stock. J. C. BAILEY, Crab Orckari, Ky. W. O Rigney funeral Director and Home Phone 33. (kM h month. Care taken at to prevent accidents, but not responsible should any occur. WALKER, Stanford. W. P. Deshon. The Garrard Bank &.Trust Gompariy. Embalmer. Office Phone 18. Icwter, Ky - - i.. k r .wL?, . ' -- J . t-- f&k&$ais&zs&!:!l. t A-..- ,. -? --f- Public Sale. As administrator I will on, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12th, 1912. sell to the highest and best bidder the. farm of R. M Robinson, 3ec'd, situated in Garrard county, Kentucky, on the Lexington and Danville pike, 6$ miles northeast of Danville, 7 miles northwest of Lancaster, $ mile west of Camp Dick Robinson and 2J miles southeast of Bryantsville, consisting of 175 acres more or less. This land adjoins Historical Camp Dick Robinson, one of the most noted agricultural districts in Kentucky, noted especially for the raising of hemp and Burley tobacco. This land is in the highest state of cultivation about 70 acres in cultivation, the remainder in blue grass a part of which is virgin soil. The improvements on this farm consist of a good modern frame residence with water works and an bath room with all necessary outbuildings, such as a good barn, buggy house, hen house, ice house, granary, cow barn, corn crib with wagon shed attached, cattle barn, the very best of fence, a deep bored well with wind mill in perfect condition, a concrete tank of sufficient capacity to water the entire farm with the purest and best mineral water, it also has a never failing spring centrally located. On one corner of this farm is located a store-rooand a cottage with good stable and other outbuildings, and in the store is the postoffice of Marcellus. There is also the best blacksmith shop in the county within 200 yards, Pleasant Grove church within 150 yards. This place will be offered in two tracts 1st the farm and then the store property containing about 1$ acres of gronud and the buildings thereon as above mentioned, and then as a whole, the highest and best bid will be accepted. Possession will be given Jan. 1st, 1913, with seeding privileges this fall. TERMS as follows: Purchaser will be required to give bond for the fulfillment of the following terms One-ha- lf cash Jan. 1st, 1913, balance in equal payments in one, two and three years, bearing 6 per cent interest. A lien will be retained on the land for the deferred payments. At the same place and time will sell personal property consisting of the .following: up-to-dall 200-barrel m new, 2 turning plows, 1 steel roller, 1 HERE AT HOME. TEATERSYILLE. hay rake, 1 clipper seed fan good as new, 1 fodder sled, 1 corn sheller, 1 Lancaster Citizens Gladly Testify And Miss Verna Pierce of Marksbury is cutting box, , 1 farm wagon. ' 1 hay Confidently Recommend Doan's visiting friends and relatives here. frame, 1 top "Tiuggy, gear, household furniture and other articles too numerMrs. Alex Walker and Mrs. Will Kidney Pi.ls. ous to mention. West spent Saturday with Mrs. Eliza HORSES AND MULES. It is testimony like the following that Sadler. 1 team extra good Mare has placed Doan's Kidney Pills" so far Mr. and Mrs. Nick Sanders of MadiMules, well broken, 1 team extra good above competitors. When people right son were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. here at home raise their voice in praise Brutus Warren Sunday. Mare Mules, 1 mare in foal, 1 harness mare, there is no room left for doubt. Read Misses Stella Sanders, Mattie Adams 1 harness gelding, 1 yearling the public statement of a Lancaster ' and Emma Walker of Lancaster were citizen: filly by Lord BourbonT guests of Mrs. Brutus Warren SaturC. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard St., day and Sunday. CATTLE AND HOGS. 9 yearling steers, extra good ones Lancaster, Ky., says: "Nearly every Miss Leota Ray and Creed Simpson and a lot of other young cattle, 3 extra spring I use Doan's Kidney Pills so as of this place attended preaching at good milch cows with calves by their to keep me in good health. During the Mt. Hebron and the guest of Miss sides, 5 sows and pigs, 1 good male winter colds settle on my kidneys and Peachie Mae Saeders. the kidney action became irregular. I hog. For further information call on B. F. also had backaches and pains through baved Child From Death. Robinson, Marcellus, Ky., or G. B. my kidneys. A friend told me about Ky. Sale to begin Doan's Kidney Pills and I used them. Robinson, Danville, "After our child had suffered from promptly at 10:30. Dinner will be They stoppd the pains and my kidneys severe bronchial trouble for a year." became normal. For sale by all dealers served on ground. n Price 50 cents. Co., wrote G. T. Richards, of Richardson's B. F. ROBINSON, Ad'm'r. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Mills, Ala., "we feared it had consumpCapt. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. tion. It had a bad cough all the time. United States. Remember the name Doan's and W e tried many remedies without avail, and doctor's medicine seemed as usetake no other. less. Finally we tried Dr. King's New Discovery, and are pleased to say that Mt. Hebron one bottle effected a complete cure, and The sick of this community are no our child is again strong and healthy." For coughs, colds, hoarsness, lagrippe, better. croup and sore 'lungs, its the Mr. Earl Grow and wife were with asthma most infallible remedy that's made. Season 1912. Fee $1:00. Two miles relatives here Saturday night. Price 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Miss Flora LeeWiley of Nicholf sville Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. from Lancaster, Ky.",on Richmond pike is spending a few days with friends J I I " Foster-Milbur- Piano rKtb z This is a Picture of one of the bVTBHJWkJPjPjjV ' '. 1 j t iM ' .- '"' n - v 'fay rCIB tHMul :JuyA?j. MrTfcMSLME yMi? Jri' Hff7ffJMattr HPIHHBm8J&bsJKS9IHK2 Mfcatii mm&-m- - Wl O-- v 11 ftt .HF m Si ! U Mf JH JP51 AeH FREE PI- aBjBBmrmpWifc jii mini BBMlwHtnHMw'tiiil"ilT wwr twibHm Wi yff 1 mi 1 B mb ' ' -'- " ssy-M- . - ANOS to be given away Registered Jersey Bull Foxy Alex 103717. in our great Piano fr 1 1 1-- m Mr. W. N. Grow and wife of Loyd The Fly Catechism. spent Saturday night with their sons at this place. (World's Work.) Quite a number from this locality 1. Where is the Fly born? In maattended the convention at Lancaster nure and filth. Saturday. 2. Where does the Fly live? In The Sunday School here is flourishing every kind of filth. and much good can be accomplished. 3. Is anything too filthy for the Fly May the Lord bless the work. to eat? No.l Miss Jennie Ward and Mr. Bourne 4. (a) Where does he go when he Miss White and James Marsee, Miss leaves the vault and the manure pile Gertrude McQuerry and Elgan Mont- and the spittoon? Into the kitchen and gomery were guests of Miss OHie V. dining roon. (b) What does he" do Crawford Sunday. there? He walks on the bread, fruit, Mr. Harrison Preston and Miss Pearl and vegetable; he wipes his feet on the Sherrow eloped Thursday morning to butter and bathes in the buttermilk. 5. Does the Fly visit the patient Danville where they were united in marrjage they are both prominent sick with consumption, typhoid fever, young people of this section and have and cholera infantum? He doesand the best wishes for a successful future may call on you next 6. Is the Fly dangerous? He is by their many friends. man's worst pest and more dangerous Important Letter To All Who Suffer. than wild beast or rattlesnakes" Implements. 7. What diseases does the Fly car Office Phone 31. "I suffered from indigestion for a ry? He carries typhoid fever, tuberResidence Phone 1 2 double shovel Cultivator, long time. Last May I almost died. plows, 1 disc drill (superior), 1 smoothculosis, and summer complaint. How? The doctor told me it was acute indigesLANCASTER, KY. ing Harrow, 1 disc narrow, good as On his wings and hairv feet. What is tion and I could not be cured. Since name? Typhoid Fly. that time I have suffered very much, his correct shall 8. How we kill the Fly? (a) as some days everything I ate, even Destroy all the filth about the house light food, as soft boiled eggs, would and yard; (b) pour lime into the vault distress me. I lost fifteen pounds. and on the manure; (c) kill the Fly Sometimes I felt that I could not live a sticky another day. A month ago I got a box with wirescreen paddle, or paper, or kerosene oil. of tablets. Before I had 9. Kill the Fly in any way, but used them a week I was better. I KILL THE FLY! have used two boxes and I feel as well as I ever did, Eunice A. Peters, Jack" R. E. HENRY. here. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer 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. MICHELIN TIRE PRICES I Subscribe for the Record IFS HE! to - MI-O-N- A Effective Today! May 30th. Reduced NEW PRICES 1-- son. Ga. Use stomach tablets for quick relief from sour stomach, heaviness, heartburn, belching of gas and distress after eating. They are guaranteed. Large box 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggists MI-O-N- A . Do Ghosts Haunt Swamps? Substantial Reductions on all sizes. Size Old Prices: 34x4 36x4 67x5 $35.75 2 43.75 54.00 4725 58.76 Thejsuperiority of Michelin Tires. is recognized all over the world. IN STOCK BY C. C. & No never. Its foojish to tear a fan cied evil, when there are real and deadly perils to guard against in swamps and marshes, bayous, and lowlands. These are the malaria germs that cause ague, chills and fever, weakness, aches in the bones and muscles and may in duce deadly typhoid. But Electric BitUUCKEIE. ters destroys and casts out these vicious germs from the blood, "Three Miss Lina Schooler of Kirksville has been visiting her sister Mrs. Jasper bottles drove all the malaria from my system," wrote Wm. Fretwell, of Noel. Lucama, N. C, "and I've had fine Miss Stella Ford Ray and Lizzie health ever since. Use this safe, sure Gallegar were guests of Mrs. .Virgle remedy only. SOe at R. E. McRoberts Layton last week. & Son. Miss Agnes Miles left Monday for a visit to relatives and friends in LexHe Tells the Truth. ington and Nicholasville. "Mr. Wombat, I wish to mary your Little Miss Laverne Dickerson of daughter." Lancaster is visiting her aunt and "Well, young man, can you support uncle Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown. my daughter In good style'" "I'll do my best, sir. I must admit. Mendames Mary Davis and Nellie King of Bryantsville recently visited however, that we shall have to buy their parents Dr. and Mrs. G. M. the furniture upon the Installment " plan. 1-- m vt vArJ VS3 fr Cure Mseases, The IDie i iys so,A! - A v feeing proven ' "-- ' KWJt day . j Y CHARLIE WHITEM! 3729-3- 1 i 15 ?i Hendren. J. E. STORMES. mimmBHMrHHfBaHMaBMHHaaMB Rev. I. V. Timberlake of Indiana Does Seem Strange. and Mr. Than Miles of Nicholasville, "We Americans have our oddities were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. "How now, Horatius?" miies, oaiuraay and Sunday, in re"A man will boast in one breath sponse to the kind invitrtion from that all Americans are free and equal, Kev. Brummet and earnest request of and in the next that he associates only friends Rev. Timberlake gave an ex- with our best people." cellent talk Sunday morning Rev. Brummet filled the pulpit Sunday WOMAN'S IDEA. -- Deep down in every human heart lies a NATURAL, desire for NATURE'S medicines, Roots & Kerbs. Too lonjj have the secrets of nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded God's promises. Modern doctors think only of "operations" & strong drugs, while human suffering & deaths from disease increase rapidly every year. & among the Indians give me a peculiar Health is natural, disease unnatural. My years of experience as a Cow-bofitness & knowledge of the powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, nty remedies have cured & are curing Blood Poison, I.ung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy. Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced incurable by the best doctors. I want to PROVE this to the world & to HERBALIST," anyone asking, I will mail the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOabsolutely free. If you are not enjoying ALL the blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that jou INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of inquiry promptly answered. composed of 16 Roots & Herds, makes is the name of my great TOXIC, BOD j& LEG full quarts of medicine, lasts about 3 months, costs only one dollar soldisB Y ALL Y GUARANTEED to satisfy 3 ALL DRUGGISTS Cf DEALERS is THE PURCHASER or money refunded. A & IN MEDICINE for the nerves, stcmach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladderwon'tblood. it, household remedy most get WILL FILL YOUR your druggist hasn't got it or excellent. Ask for if y COM-CEL-SAR COM-CEL-SAR COM-CEL-SAR, W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. ORDERS POSTAGE PAID. SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR CHARLIE WHITE-MOON- S HUMAN SKIN ONL Y, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. 10c or 3 bars 25c at all dealers, Retail, who are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. I night. The District Sunday School Conve? tion was held here last Sunday after noon with an unusually large crowd in attendance. The program was well planned and carried out, it is certainly inspiring to see the interest that is being manifested in our SundaySchools and especially may I speak of this one here, new ones are being added to the roll eveiy Sunday, already .we have a larger enrollment than has been known at Buckeye .for several years. Both young and old are interested and if you come once you will go away thinking "it was good to have been there" and will want to come again. Everybody is invited to attend. I FOR High Class Stationery SUCH AS LUSTR OFIN1SH The Wife or Husband can work wonders with who takes pride in the beauty of the home - Parisian Sage. Banishes Dandruff c i It quickly kills the. dandruff germs "HANNA'S ) LU5TRO I FINISH" "The Made To Walk on Kind" Old floors can berehmshed in Mahogany, Antique Oak or any color . . ""." J"'" "vc, a. you vvoix according to airecuoos, r which are simple and easily followed. . .i "HANNA'S LUSTRO FINISH" is ako ed on all kinds of Furniture and Woodwork in the home. This Finish does not fade and is absolutely durable, and oa this you may depend. Many of- the ladies derive pleasure at this work of beautifying thek homes. "WHY" DONT YOU?" that's why dandruff vanishes so prompt ly when PARISIAN SAGE is used Parisian Sage Is Guaranteed By. R. McRoberts & Bonham I think women ought to be chloroformed at sixty, as well, as men. -- rr - FOR sale ay CONN BROTHERS. L Sot Mrs. Benham I think so, too. Any to eradicate dandruff," to stop falling woman who will admit being sixty hair and itching scalp, or money back ought to be chloroformed. Get a fifty cent bottletoday and beThe Arrival. come acquainted at once with the most Who Is that sad and sorry wight delightful hair dressing in the World. Descending from a train? "I gladly recommend it as 'the best can I believe my sight? The umpire's back again! hair tonic I have ever known. I find it the only hair tonic that will cure danHis Reasons. druff, cleanse the scalp, and makes the "That ' old miser talks very little.' hair grow long and beautiful." Miss. "Possibly he's afraid of spending nil Signa Ahl, 2FarwelI St, W. Worcester breath," Ods-btios! ---L Visiting Cards, Announcements, Monogram Paper, Embossed Letter Heads and Envelopes. l fi sS1 fl 1 w SEE 3T" THE CENTRAL RECORD Ask For Sampls. t 1 - J . t ". V -- .j jj- - r-- u i . MONEY TALKS. THE WORLD LISTENS This is the place where you can secure more real values for each Dollar you spend than elsewhere BeDepartment. cause we buy at prices that are strictly right We have extra values in our Ready-to-we-- ! I I 1 ar ' ' . The Joseph Mercantile Company. LAWN I J I r 1 SPECIAL 15c sis- Value at lOots. PAINT LICK. Mrs, Susie Wallace of Lexington is the guest of Mrs. H. L. Wallace. Mrs. Jeff Morgan of White Station was the guest of Mrs. R. G. Woods last week. ) I CsOissin People M P-- - C JUST RECEIVED NN Afiotit Mrs. Hayden Leavell continous quite office equipments which he will enstall in his new office over Hurt & Anderson ill. Mrs. J. J. Thompson is with her ter who is real sick. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those W Are Interested In. Robert Ware McRoberts was in Indianapolis Thursday for the International Automobile races. Mrs. Sam Cotton is the guest of relatives in Chicago, Illinois, and 28cts J. R. Cash. Mow- John Deere and Oliver CULTIVATORS. Dain and Walter A. Wood ers and Rakes. MOUNT, SON Greensburg, Indiana. Mrs. Bettie Moore and Miss Ollie Phillips of Liberty, Ky are visitors at Mrs. Tom Ballard is in Moreland visthe home of Mr. R. B. Wilkerson. I YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. iting friends and relatives. Mrs. Wm. Bogle was in Danville, V w Mrs. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta is here Tuesday for the funeral of her brother-in-lavisiting Lancaster relatives. the late Dr. John C. Bogle. All kinds of garden plants for sale. S. G. Haselden is in Indianapolis THE CELEBRATED Ball & Holtzclaw. Prof. E. H. Mark of Bowling Green, this week for a business stay. Ky., State Sanitary Engineer was in W. A. Yantis of Paragould, Ark., is Plants. Plants. Plants. Lancaster on busines this week. the guest of W. J. Romans. Tomato and sweet potato plants, all Gill will be Misses J. E. Dickerson was in Lexington hostesses Martha and Helen"Reception" varietys. Mrs. George Smith, tf HARRODSBURG, KENTUCKY. for an elaborate the past week for a business stay. the honoree being Miss Margaret Get your prices on Perfection Oil Misses Margaret and Julia Reed Mount. Stoves. Conn Bros. Zanone are in Stanford visiting friends. Opening Ball, June 4th. Table d'hote Dinner, 6 to 9. Mrs. J. M. Mount and guest Mrs. Automobile for sale 1912 model The best place in the State for HEALTH and PLEASURE. Unexcelled Messrs T. K. Watson and Jas. Smith Eldred Roderick of Jacksonville, Florin perfect condition. cuisine under supervision of Mrs Alice E. Ware. For particulars address, are in Louisville attending the conven- ida are guests of Mrs. Logan Woods of R. W. McRobeits. Danville. Miss Mary Etta King has returned to her home in Crab Orchard. furniture store. Appropiate and touching memorial services were held at the Presbyterian church Sunday morning in memory of the rentering devotion and faithfulness of the late Mrs Wm. Wherritt, It was to commemorate his loyalty and willingness in Sunday school and church activity for more than 70 years. r w J Mr Currey Rice and sister Louese, visited their grandfather at Terrill, Ky last week. Mr- - Willie Tribble of Hyatsville has been the guest of his aunt Mrs Henry Riddleburger. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rucker of Rich mond spent Saturday night and Sunday with home folks. Miss Ethel Estridge left last Thursday to make a visit to Mrs W. G. Kemper of Lexington. Mr. R. R. Denton of Lancaster is spending several days with hi3 daughter Mrs. Walker Guyn. Dr. H. J. Patrick is spending several days in Louisville attending a Dentist association held there. Miss Bessie White of State Normal school spent Saturday and Sunday with her mother Mrs. Emma White. Graham Springs Hotel OPENS JUNE 1st, 1912. BEN C. ALLIN, Manager, Harrodsburg, Kentucky. Hup-mobi- le tion. Stackers and Sweep Rakes. See our Rake. Great Labor Saver. Prices always right. "Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance EH attention Farmers. W We make a specialty of your needs and write a policy especially adapted for your property. It will pay you to investigate our special policy. o I I - KEMPER Garnett Kemper. CSi, WOODS, Insurance. PAINT LICK, KY. Fire. Hail. Tornado HARTFORD, y Aetna, National We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY Phone or call on us & at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. COLLIER How about that tin Roof, or the The Misses Gill entertained at dinner Miss Allie Yantis is in Indianapolis and distinu-ishe- d broken Gutter, tell us your troble We for a visit to her cousin Miss Bessie inihonor of their attractive guest, Miss Hamilion of Wichita will bring sunshine where there is Folding Sweep Yantis., clouds. Conn Bros. Falls, Kansas. Mrs. Cleveland Rose has been visitMr. George Harris has returned to ing her sister Mrs. J. C. Eubanks of The party who harrowed a set of SPECIAL EXCURSION his home in Birmingham, Alabama harness from W. H. Ward, deceased Stanford. after a visit to his parents Mr. and will please return them to Ward's Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Barnard of Mrs. E. W. Harris. store and oblige. It Washington-D- . C. are guest of Mrs. Miss Annie Belle Burnside is at home Patsie D. Gill. Why dont you have that Binder and from a protracted stay in Birmingham Miss Agnes Miles left Monday for a having matriculated at one of the fine Mower Repaired before the time to two weeks visit to Lexington and Southern Institutions. use them, we are prepared to take Co Nicholasville. care of your wants. Conn Bros, Mrs. J. Vincent Arnold and children Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of of Birmingham, Ala., are here for a Rock Screens, Ohio River Sand, Danville are guest of Mrs. Rebecca stay with Mrs. Arnold's parents Mr. Crushed rock, Rex and Monarch fine Round 3 West and daughters. and Mrs. James Burnside. Round cooking coal. Also a car of lime in to Trip Trip Misses Hallie Brown and Ella Henry sacks and" barrels, and will sell any The many Lancaster friends of Miss ft leave this week for a visit to Miss Ella Florence Darnell will be glad to know amount. Kosmos Portland cement best Thompson of Danville. H. B. Northcott. that she has accepted a position at the on market. SPECIAL TRAIN in Richmond Ky. Mrs. R. S. Brown is in Kirksville Gibson Infirmary Notice. " with her daughter Mrs. Raymond Misses Jane and Mary Doty were The Fishing Privileges at the Lake Hendren who is reported quite sick. pleasing hostesses at a reception given are leased to a club which pays annual ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. O Rederick of Jacksonville, Mr. 3 ouri is A. S. Steward of Oceola Miss- Mrs. Eldredguest of Mrs. John Mount. dues to the city. No one except they visiting Mr.W. J. Romans and Florida the be members of the club will be allowed family, having resided here 41 years Mr. George Bennett of Tulsa Okla- to fish. No seining or otherwise poln ago. of Champ luting the water will be allowed. All homa; a brother-in-laIS Lee Hughes has returned to Clark spent several days in this vicinity persons who are entitled to fish must Mrs. her home in Millstead, Ga., after a as the guest of Mr. James N. Denny provide themselves with a ticket, which must be presented to the engineer on weeks visit to her mother Mrs. Dollie and family. R. G. Woods. duty at the power house, otherwise Brown. Mrs. James Ramsey and children you will be considered ST a trespasser and y W. C. Wherrit and sister Mrs. Wm. were in Stanford for the will be prosecuted. The engineers are Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair Bogle of New Orleans were called here nuptials when little Miss instructed to report the names of all and restore the color to gray or faded hair? by the death of their father Mr. W. H. Lucile Ramsey acted as one of the Of persons who violate these rules to the There are many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it is Wherritt. flower girls. Superintendent for prosecution. probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their Misses Mamie Stormes Dunn and Mrs Fred P. Frisbie conferred a most H. T. Logan, mayoi manufacturers. Florence Johnson have been recent enjoyable evening on the Lancaster litThe.-- are many Hair Restorers which are nothing more than guests of Miss Birdie McCIure of erate by entertaining with a parlor lecMammooth Cave. harmful chemical dyes, which do not grow any hair, the only result being that Stanford. ture on "Sydney Lamer,' delivered by Garrard County's trip to Mammouth they dyed the hair, having no permanency and often causing a streaky appearMrs Louis Landram and Miss Lill Miss Hamilton. Cave will be June 19th. The round ance. Noel of Danville were here last Dr. Virgil Gibney Kinnaird is at trip railroad fare from all stations in It has been the aim of the chemists for years to discover a preparation Saturday to attend the funeral of Mr. home after a medical course in the city the County, $5.65 All expenses at Caye which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, but heretofore they have met with no success. W. H. Wherritt. of Philadelphia. The young doctor hotel $6.50 for three days trip. Prof. Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless vegbids fair to compete with his father in This latter amount includes your Rev. I. B. Timberlake of Evansville, etable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer and will grow hair and medical knowledge. board at Cave hotel, and the several Ind., and G. N. Miles of Nicholasville does not contain any dye of any kind, but will postively restore the natural colwere the guest last week of .Mr. and Mesdames Ramsey and Goodloe en- routes through the Cave, making the & CO. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, June 2nd. $1.50 fflMffllr 1.50 t Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. w A Genuine Hair Restorer. Ramsey-Hollowa- Hartford. e so-call- lp.fMnaiMMf3J.fMPJl ihJJb raj. (gfniJfmlMflireiniiEIil m Garrard " Milling Co. Lancaster, Kentucky. USE GLBR LILT FLUB. 1. For goodness sake When a Cake you make use GLEN LILY FLOUR it is lite and while easy to rise, also makes excellant pies. We could make !p m , V it cheaper but can't make it better. Use Glen Lilly Flour. I E9 Garrard Milling t Co.1 eyinziinsjifrai wmmmmMmMmwmsammm Ks.?.i. -- tertained at a handsome 6 o'clock expense for a grand three days outing course dinner in honor of Mrs. James to the great Subterranean wonder for Mesdames Martha Haley and Lizzie Jackson and Miss Lizzie Wherritt of Miller Holloway (nee Miss Mayme $12.15. The hotel has been reserved for this particular date. Tickets on Richmond were here Saturday for the Ramsey of Stanford.) sale from all stations. A specially funeral of Mr. W. H. Wherritt. Mrs B. F. Hudson was at an elaborate dinner both at noon and at six conducted trip. Through coaches on Mrs. J. S. Johnson, Sr. Gracie May regular morning trains. Write or Med-di- e Cochran, Mamie Stormes Dunn, and o'clock in honor of her guest Miss 0. Hamilton, Field Secretary of the phone L & N Agent. Florence Johnson were in Stanford ' National C. L. S. C. last week for a visit to relatives. Miss Goochie Upton and Luther Misses Mayme Ramsey of Stanford Barnhill of Jessamine county drove to and Borinne McCIure of Ocean Springs Cow-EasMiss , were guests of Mesdames this city and were united in marriage The Rev. in the County Clerks office. W Ramsey and Goodloe the past week. CTtad. Hufc Reglitcicd.) 0. P. Bush performing the ceremony. Means more milk. Drs. John D. and William Batson Mrs. M. Bell Bassett of Louisville is 1 'from tha cow) stopped here for a visit to Mr. and a visitor at the Kengarlan Hotel this Mrs. R. H. Batson on their return AND MORE MONEY for the purm 'for tba firmer from New York to their home in Okla week. Mrs Basset pose of erecting a tombstome at the homa. grave of her mother, the late Mrs. The following prenuptial entertain- Ann M. Doty. ments were given the bride-eleMiss Elder F. M. Tinder and daughter Margaret Vene Mount whose marriage Miss Fannie, Mesdames R. E. Mcwill occur at her home on the afternoon of June the 5th, Mrs. R. L. Roberts, Emma G. Kauffman,. James Elkin a 'Luncheon Bridge" at 1 B. Kinnaird, Emma Higginbotham o'clack Wednesday the delicies to be George D. Robinson, and Miss Sallie furnished by a Louisville caterer. Elkin were in Somerset for the C. W. A Garden Party to be given Miss B. M. Convention. Mount Friday afternoon by .Miss Dr. M. K. Denny 'has reOned from ree wxrropurirQK Kathleen Walter the beautiful lawn Louisville w"here.he happen attending serving as a most app'roprate and the Ky., State GAXraNTEft-MOKTOof COMPAWfc delightful place for the propective" which he il merierr While.there he 'JhrtHb Mtifc, U. S A' I bride on TuesBay. made arrangV.ner.lfor newfixtures and R. E. McRoberts & Son. Mrs. A. C. Miles. e i I I Ae ct N or and brilliatcy to gray and faded hair. This is a very strong statement to make and if any chemist without the recognized ability and national reputation of Prof. Rembler were to make this claim we would be inclined to be skeptical as to its truth. It will be remembered by readers that are familiar with scientific discoveries that Pro. Rembler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding glass and also the Rembler wireless Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler is entitled to consideration as he would not make any statements Which were not true and would injure his established reputation. The Siloron Mfg, Co. of Pueblo, Colo, have purchased the exclusive American rights to manufacture Sagine, as they have named Prof Rembler's invention, after having made a six month's test of Sagine and thoroughly demonstrating that it would postively do the work. The Siloron Mfg. Co. have authorized us to make the following remarkable offer to all who need a "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 and make the hair healthy and glossy, that they will pay the sum of $5 to any dissatisfied purchaser. This is the strongest offer ever made by any manufacturer and one they could not possible make if they did not know positively from experiment that it would do exactly what they claim for it. No one takes any chance in buying Sagine as it is certainly worth $1 to use a Genuine Hair Restorer that will grow hair, and if it does not give satisfaction they will pay you the $5 as agreed. Send a $1 bill to The Siloron Mfg. Co. Pueblo, Colo., stating that you wish to purchase a bottle of Sagine, with the written agreement to grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair or pay you the sum of $5 and it will 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. i J ,;- -- - fc . ?,?? ' :,& r iySsF - .fW c "StL. - . -.. ?T t "SI afcr --- 4. T .. - -- jsNt k LANCASTER'S GALA WEEiC - - AUSPICES I. O. O. F Little John's United Shows. IC lriGHTS 331 G X5AYS 6 6 3x6l coifcvdiiLEifcTCiEnTa- j.oTiD.'r, Tcrisr An event of such Colossal Importance that you can't afford to miss it. Towering above all others of a like nature. Every Feature Moral and Refined Truthfully Advertised Honestly Conducted. The Farm Hand "I don't see, Ianthe, why you persist in going to the country every Dr. R. L. Pontius, -- Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. br - . THE Ever Popular Merry Go Round. Away up high in the FERRIS WHEEL. Old THE Plant unsurpassed as a Mirth Provoker, DATE BROS,, Society Theatre intro ducing High Class Vaudeville. THE Strange Girl SALINA in her den of Venomous Reptiles. Prof LEON'S Equine Paradox and Dog Circus. THE Waltzing Mice. Strangest little crea tures ever brought to this country. Electric Theatre introducing all the very latest Wild West Pictures. Continuous Free Band' Concerts night and day by Battiatoe's Royal Italion Band. HIGH DIVER. Twice Daily 4 and 10 p. m Madam Faudeon, Lady Report of the Condition OF THE Bunk Of Bryantsville J Poultry poultry KEEPING LICE FROM POULTRY Maine Experiment Station Bulletin Recommends Simple and Quite Inexpensive Treatment. One of the difficult and trying problems of the poultry keeper is to keep his poultry houses and stock free from lice, mites, etc. There are many proprietary preparations on the market to combat these, most of which work satisfactorily. However, they The are more or less expensive. Maine experiment station has just issued a bulletin on the subject and recommends a treatment which appears to be fully as simple as anything else, and much less expensive. The powder made by the station at a cost of only a few cents a pound is as follows: Take three parts of gasoline and one part of crude carbolic acid. Mix these together. Add gradually, while stirring, enough plaster of paris to take up all the moisture. The liquid and dry plaster should be thoroughly mixed and stirred so the liquid will be uniformly mixed through the plaster. When enough has been added, the resulting mixture should be a dry, pinkish-brown powder, having a strong carbolic odor and a rather less pronounced gasoline odor. Be sure that the crude carbolic acid is secured. If a spray is desired instead of the powder, simply take three parts of kerosene and one part of crude carbolic acid. If birds are infested with lice the best way to get rid of them Is to use the powder, which is to be worked into the feathers. Remember, a single application will not be sufficient, because where there are lice present there are also unhatched eggs or nits. Make a second application four days to a week after the first, and if it is a bad case a third application may be necessary. doing business at town of Bryantsville, County of Garrard, State of Kentucky, AT THE CLOSE OF 11USIXESS ON THE which ybu'Intenaea it, as In the case with the pullet, which not only needs these things for making the egg, but to go toward the development of her body. It naturally follows, too, that the developed bird will require less feed than the pullet, and because the pullet Is somewhat timid she is likely not to get enough, or even her share. The young will feed more free among themselves and if you can possibly do so, keep them to themselves. TINKLING Pb.Q!FLAGS. This is just a bit ot dialogue after the fashion of the modern English comedy of the John Drew class: She Can you look me in the face md repeat that story? He Why, it isn't as bad as all that. She The story? He Your face. season," said Mrs. Montague, frownOffllce at Sweeney's Livery Stable. ing slightly. -- -- Kentucky Ianthe, a tall, graceful girl of 20, Lancaster, smiled wisely. "I think you have a faint idea why I go," she answered. frOO0OOOOOQOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO' 0M Mrs. Montague flushed a little and looked uncomfortable. "Well, I know I'm fond of Mr. Dean, and If you knew him I'm sure you'd like him, of QUALITY. too. No one can blame me if I want to see my only child comfortably setf tled. Some time, sooner or later, I I shall have to give up my little girl, 09 tXKH0 0O(O0OOO0(08ftOo3 and I had rather give her to him than to any one else. He s a man every one likes and trusts, somehow." Ianthe slipped her arm about her I know mother's neck tenderly. you think only of my good, mamma, dear," she murmured. "But you won't Doing What? have to give me up for oh, a long yet. I hope." time Going to the newly fited up Barber "Mrs. Norcross will be so disapShop. pointed, Ianthe," said Mrs. Montague, The Old Reliable Barber. after a moment of silence. "She has set her heart upon your coming with HENRY DUNCAN Gut Flowers Ware McRoberts. Everybody Is Doing It me." "For shame. I'm sure you make it iSthdayofMay KESOUKCES. 1912. S. C. W. Leghorns. Stock from Prize Winners at Atlanta, Louisville, Ciacinnati and other shows. A few Cockerels left. Eggs priced according ts pen. J. M. Mount, Lancaster, Ky. Loans and Discounts with one or more eudors $:t3,92J 25 era or sureties J25 iw Keal Estate Mortgages. ... 1.470 in) Call Loans on Collateral Time Loans on Collateral 3.738 oo 4.7-J28 Due from NatlonalBauks 0 75 Due from Trust Companies United States and Nat1.212 00 ional Bank Notes &W 1 Specie 517 30 Overdrafts (secured) .'KW 62 Overdrafts (unsecured) 2 $30,r,82 10 ' up." "No, dear, you made it up." "Silly! And now it will be read all Green Feeding Worth While. If the best results are to be ob- over." "Only on the cheeks, dear." tained with poultry they must be fur"Aren't you horrid! You know I nished plenty of green feed, is a statement so often heard that its repeti- never make up." "Well, then, let's kiss and make up tion seems silly; yet there are flocks on fairly prosperous farms where one now." would think, the practice of regular Curtain. 4,729 03 ot greeu feeding had never been heard 1,751 10 847 82 Eggs For Sale. S. C. Brown Leghorns eggs 75 cents per 15 or $5.00 per 100 can fill incubator order on short notice. Mrs. J. M. Cress, R. F. D. No. 4, Stanford, Ky. Phone 380-Lancaster Exchange G Curreut expenses paid.... Keal Estate Banking House Furniture and Fixtures.. Total 477 71 2,51125 1,703 43 4.092 39 $01,002 50 LIABILITIES. Capitol Stock paid in. in casn. $ 1,400 Surplus Fuuds 1,007 Undivided profits..... Deposits subject to check (on which interest is not paid) Time Certificates of which interest is paid) Bills Payable 15,000 00 00 00 2.407 CO Barred Plymouth Rocks. 100 fine The Logic of It. "De man dat looks out exclusive foh you." " 'number one,' " said Uncle Eben, "But, my dear, it may not be peo"mustn't be surprised if he finds "No, no. It isn't fit for decent cuttin' a purty small figger." ple to see. I refuse to stay here with you any longer." "Very well, if that's the way you feel about it. Only I would like to TRAINING THE DOG TO WORK know how the plot is finally unfoldFor Farm Use Scotch Collies Are Most ed." "I'll get a matinee ticket and tell Useful and Besides They Are you." hls-se- lf Place for Him. I refuse to sit through another act of this show with No "William, come. Most Companionable. selected I have a flock of Plymouth Rocks, the best of all for 25.294 0 eggs and table. The hens were selected for their exquisite shape and color, 5.900 00 31.194 90 also laying record as well as for their 3.000 00 They are 3.000 00 fine Plymouth Rock points. strong and healthy, farm raised, their J 51002 50 Total eggs will bring good chicks. I offer State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss such as I will not need for my own use I, J. C. Williams, Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above at 75 cts per setting of 15. Call and statement Is true to the best of my knowledge see my flock. J. C. illi ams, uashier. and belief. Louis G. Tinder, Subscribed and sworn to before me this22nd day of May, 1913. J. Hogan Ballard. Notary Public. My Commission expires Feb 29. 1912. C. C. Becker, J II. Boner. B. P. Swope, Directors. Lancaster, Ky. FARMER'S COLUMN ! Report of the Condition -- rfpacc below this heading is for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In '.wo issues of the doing business at Paint Lick, town of Paint Record, free of charge Lick, County of Garrard, State of Kentucky. At The Close or Business on the . Fine tomato plants for sale by Mrs OF THE- - Peoples Bank i8th day of May 1912. PLYMOUTH ROCK IS POPULAR More of Breed Found on Farms Than Any Other on Account of Blocky Shape Wyandottes Next. J. W. Grant. KESOUKCKS: Loans and Discounts with oue or morn eudor $57,280 sers or sureties 4.310 Keal Estate Mortgages . 5.250 Call Loans on Collateral 5.075 Time Loans on Collateral 500 O her Stocks, Bouds.Etc 3,855 Due from National Banks Due from State Banks 77 and Bankers United States and Nation 1 Bank Notes Specie Checks and other cash items Overdrafts (unsecured).. Banking Real Estate Bouse Total 01 00 00 00 00 $73,015 01 88 28 3,933 10 ' 1,845 00 815 47 2.6C0 47 2,352 39 2,352 39 CK8 The Barred Plymouth Rock Is without a doubt the most popular breed Good riding cultivator for sale. of chickens in this country more of Thomps Arnold. them are found on the farms than any On special poultry other breed. For Sale:-- 2 tobacco beds about 100 farms the Leghorn is a very popular feet each, ready to set but. breed, and in the poultry farming disT. W. Conn. tricts the Rhode Island Reds are almost exclusively used, says a writer Mode Nichols of Lexington bought in the Rural New Yorker. As a genMonday of Oatley Burke a nice com- eral utility fowl the Wyandottes are bined horse for S200., he also boucht two other horses of different parties at $150. each. more easily trained. They usually are black, with tan legs and tan dots over the eyes and feet, tail tipped with .white, and often with white collars. With their large, shaggy, silky coats Hoax My grandfather lived to be they are very pretty. As house dogs, nearly ninety and never used glasses. they have no equals. Joax Well, lots of people prefer to The pup must be treated kindly. drink from the botMa. Scolding and whipping will soon spoil him. In training him, always use the same words and he will soon learn to know what you mean. After he has learned one lesson well it is no troublo SMost Miles Per Dollar to train him to do other things. When he is older, if you "have to whip him n ft for disobedience, be sure that he Is m 1 he most durable mooer, YfLf t again friendly with you before you lei zmn ine sturaiest him go. If you do not you are likely ftfcH (.UU9UUV.UUU) molra intuit. to spoil him. It requires patience to t train n finer rlcTifr IA -- Scotch Collies are the most useful dogs for the farm, besides being the most companionable. They are naturally intelligent and do not range over the country, as do most dogs. With proper care a Scotch Collie pup can be trained to do almost any dog trick. A Collie will bring stock from the pasture more satisfactorily than most boys. The herdsman at the Kansas Agricultural college has a Collie dog which is very useful for that purpose. The demand for Scotch Collies is steadily increasing as their value on the farm becomes known. It Is better to buy pups or young dogs, as they are well-traine- A MATTER OF TASTE. d w fc W Richmond Street. "I don't want to visit Mrs. Norcross, mother I might go if Mr. Dean wasn't such a frequent caller at her home. And I do want to go down to Mrs. Kihgsley's again." The following week found Ianthe Physician and Surgeon. Montague at the Kingsley's. Mrs. KIngsley had been an old schoolmate LANCASTER, KY. of her mother, and for the past two Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. summers the girl had spent a few weeks at her home. Her chief reason for coins was that she did not want A7 to meet the man whose, good qualities ' T was ai n u; o tAiwo UlULilCl UCi Mrs. Montague had first met him at LIVERY, Mrs. Norcross' home two years ago. season and It was the the Klngsleys had several farm hands. Two of them Ianthe remembered seeStanford Street. ing the previous summer, but the young man, LANCASTER, third, a tall, KENTUCKY. with a highly Intellectual face, was a stranger. Office Hoars Office over Ianthe looked at him frequently In 8 a. m to 12. 1 p. m. to 4. Stormes Drug Store astonishment and wondered why a man of this type should have no higher ambition. At the end of a month she began to DENTIST. fear that she was thinking of him Lancaster, Ky. more than she should, and when two Phone 65. months had elapsed she was obliged to confess to herself that she was really beginning to care for James Clifford. She knew it was shameful. She, a descendant of a family who prided itself upon never marrying outCounty side of ltd own class, was actually PHOKE 329-fond of a poor farm hand. She deOffice over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. clared that she would thrust him from her. Lancaster, Kentucky Picking up a book, she went out Into the grove back of the house and tried to fix her wandering attention upon Its contents. But she turned the for her leaves thought refused to leave James Clif- J W. M. ELLIOTT, Si QA7 pRMpV hay-makin- g FEED and SALE STABLE. fine-looki- - 7 B. IT. WAX.TER. H. d. TINSLEY, Surveyor. J. absent-mindedl- y, ford. 51 OSS Itching, fiery, Raw Eczema 51 1,500 00 1,500 00 $84,149 54 I.IABILITIKS: Canltal Stock nald in. in cash Surplus, Funds Undivided profits Deposits subject to check (on which Interest is not paid) Demand Certificates of Deposits (an which Interest is not paid) Dae National Banks Due State Banks & Bank$ 16.000 00 $10,000 00 10,0(0 CO 88 39 ! 10,858 39 52.612 12 1.500 00 54,142 12 493 03 Zemo soothes, cools and heals angry skin and quickly cures eczema and and every form of skin disease. Zemo is a clean liquid wash that sinks right in. Quickly allays all pain, all itch, all distress. Zemo does ihe work in a wav that is simply astonishing and your druggist will refund the purchase price if the first bottle does not give you entire satisfaction. Try one bottle at Plymouth Rock. . our risk. It is sold by R. E. McRob-ert- s & Son. second in popularity to the Rocks, ers 2600 00 Olber Llnrllities not included nnder any of the . above beads Total STATE OF KENTUCKY. COUNTY OF GARRABD 1 2,993 03 12S 00 126 00 $84,149 54 J SHJB!lP ONE B down the throat of a "eapey" cnicitcn destroys mo worms and saves the chick's Me. A few "drops in the drinking water bCT I, R. G.Woods, Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and R. G. WOODS, Oashier. belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of May 1912. white variety being the most popular. Their blocky shape makes them an excellent breed for broilers. Like the Plymouth Rocks and Rhode Island Reds, they lay a brown egg. The Leghorns lay a white egg and in this respect they have a slight advantage, as most markets prefer the white egg, though there is no difference in the qualities of eggs with a brown or a white shell. SEPARATING YOUNG AND OLD Pullets Need Plenty of Flesh Forming Food, Such as Barley, With Less Fattening Feeds. Young chickens, like young people, have more or less timidity anil therefore it is not well to run young and old together, at least it is much better to have them separate If you can well do so. Then again the pullets are the A. B. Estrldge, Notary Public. My Commission expires January 31, 1914. Correct Attest: W.C.FIsh, . W. C. Wynn, - J. B. Woods. i J ) Directors. HW CURES and PREVENTS GAPES jfdf Sat white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick diseases. One 50c Bottle of BourbonPoultryCure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of this medicine on hand. Write for free sample and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls."- - Address, MUBMft REMEDY COUPAKY, LeiiflfM Kr. Sold by HASELDON BROS. still growing and they need plenty of flesh forming feed, such as barley, bone, meat with less of fattening foods. The hen should not be deprived of these either, but she can get along on less, as what you give her will not be taken away from tie purnosa.for heard them. "I have something to say to you. Miss Montague," he said, seating himself beside her on the settee. "Mrs. KIngsley has told me that you think of returning home tomorrow." "Yes," she answered, briefly. This was an unheard of liberty for him, to sit beside her, and she tried to look displeased, but she made a miserable failure of It "You must have seen that I love you, Ianthe," he began, boldly, just as if he had been her equal. "It you can only care for me a little I shall be the happiest man on earth." j Ianthe was silent, but she thought rapidly. She must not listen to him. she told herself. It would break her mother's heart if she should promise to marry James Clifford. Still he was EUROPEAN ENEMY OF CARROT Tires and Rims a no Die man, ana sue luveu yea, aue loved him with her whole heart. undisputed leaders by right of Rust-Fly- , of Recent Importation, Does "Are you angry, Ianthe?" he asked service accomplishment. Much Damage to Roots Exwhen she did not speak. "I underSS3S3 cellent Remedy Given. Sold By All Dealers stand you don't care for me, and " Who Consider Quality Ianthe looked up shyly. "I haven't is a very serious The carrot rust-flsaid I didn't care," she faltered. enemy to the plant. It is a compara'Is it possible that you care for a tively recent importation from Europe, poor man?" he asked, reaching over having first been observed in this counand taking one of the small hands in years ago. Its try about twenty-fiv- e his own. attack may first be noticed In spring, "It makes no difference to me when the leaves of young carrots turn whether you are rich or poor," she a reddish color, and on examination answered, softly. the roots will be found to be covered "I've something to confess. Ianthe," with rusty blotches hence the name he said, after a moment There was of the insect. In a letter from Branch-lan- d, an anxloua look on his face. Tm not The parent of the mischief Ib a W. Va., Mrs. Elizawhat you thought me," he went on. fly, quarter of an small beth Chapman says: "I "I've deceived you, but say you'll forInch long, body dark, green, head and " give me suffered from womanly legs pale yellow and the eyes red. "I don't understand," Interposed the. troubles nearly five years. From the eggs, which are laid on the glrl In bewilderment All the doctors in the counstem below the surface of the ground, "I'm not a farm hand ray name Is ty did me no good. I took James Clifford Dean, the man you Cardui, and now I am endidn't want to meet," he went on. "I tirely well. I feel lika a learned from Mrs. Norcross that you new woman. Cardui saved were coming here and It was not difmy life! All who suffer ficult for me to guess why you didn't from womanly trouble care to visit her with your mother. w3fcn7 As Frank KIngsley and I used to be should give Cardui a trial." good friends at college, I came here, and pretended to be one of the farm E61 hands. I was curious to see the girl In Its Various Stages Carrot Rust-Flwho didn't want to see me. And and Damaged Carrot. from the moment I saw you, Ianthe, I Take have loved you. You'll forgive me for the young maggots make thelrway the deception, won't you, dear?" he into the root, and tear the tissues in pleaded. a similar manner to the cabbage maga Ianthe looked Into Tonic smile. "There's reallyhis face withme got; the attack causes the rusty nothing for blotches to appear. The maggots of 50 years of proof have to forgive," she murmured, happily. a later brood infest the convinced those who tested rootB and ."continue their work of deit, that Cardui quickly ree during the struction in the winter. Celery and parsnips are also A Burglar's Awfnl Deed. lieves aches and pains due attacked. to womanly weakness, and Preventive measures seem to be the may not paralyze a home so completely helps nature to build up only remedies available. To deter the as a mother's long illness. But Dr. fly from laying her eggs, the rows of weak women to health and King's New Life Pills are splendid young carrots, when ready for thinstrength. Thousands of ning out, should be sprayed with keroremedy for women. "They gave me women have found Cardui sene emulsion, or dusted with sand or wonderful benefit in constipation and plaster In which coal oil Is mixed, hall to be a real life saver. female trouble," wrote Mrs. M. C. a pint being UBed to a pailful of the Why not test it for your material. The application should be Dunlap, of Leadill, Tenn. If ailing, case? Take Cardui todayl made weekly, and especlaly after hoe- try them. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & ing, until about the middle of July. III ' ''.WW Just then a step sounded behind her, and turning quickly she beheld the object of her thoughts. In spite JS. TV. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. of herself a deep crimson mounted to her brow. It seemed almost as if she had spoken her thoughts and he had DE. Wm. BURNETT Plwsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6 H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. ' Dentist. .; siraiii-rcmsiu- ig Paint Lick, Kentucky. ffrcsfottc M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss .Arnold's Millinery. y J. E. Robinson, LAWYER Life Saver aid COUNTY ATTORNEY. Will Practice in all State Courts and Ph'one 194. U. SDistrlct Court. Office over Police Court. 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