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LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 7, 1912. It would surprise you to see the number of our staid matrons and austere fathers that are compelled to accompany the little ones in a ride on the "Flying Dutchman". Restored To Citizenship. Samuel Presbyterian Church Being Remodeled. NUMBER 4. Contest Candidates. Inn I McCORMACK The Presbyterian church is being thoroughly overhauled and remodeled, Press Their Claims Strenuously And The and will receive some handsome interInterest With No Perceptible ior decorations at the hands of the Wm M. iMimmmMMMimMz (MjHuIJIjE HJIM Lay Co. expert Fresco decorators Change As To The Line Up This Week. BINDER Mowers, Hay f si i r r ft K Brown Cultivators, Owens- boro Wagons. Sechlers and Post Buggies, Majestic Ranges, Jewel Stoves, Perfection Oil Stoves, Poultry Netting, Wire Screening, Screen Door, Window Screens, I o Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Cistern Pumps, Filters, Pump Repairs. We can save you money on the 3s above, call and let us prove to you that we have the best place in town to get a bargain. Lancaster, Ky. K3S33SS3CSI313S3CSg55t&33 ;2&&SSsl3Si3 Ml MM 111111 IIMHHMilll ' of Cincinnati 0. B. Jennings convicted of Mr. W. S. Walker At Home. murder and sent to the penitentiary who was paroled in for five years, and Mr. Steve Walker has sufficiently 1908, has been restored to citizenship improved as to be able to leave the by Gov. McCreary. Lebanon hospital where he has been confined, and to come to his home in Henry T. Duncan Dead. this county, and is now able to ride Hon. Henry T. Duncan, founder of around in a buggy. His great improveand of late a ment will be a source of great gratifithe old contributor to the Lexington Sunday cation to a host of friends. Leader under the head of "Sunday Mac As A Hen Booster. Sermon", is dead at his home in Lexdeceased ington, aged 75 years. The Mr. W. O. Mclntyre of the Danville was twice mayor of Lexington and is Advocate will shortly launch upon the the father of Henry T. Duncan Jr. journalistic sea a magazine devoted to who recently made the race for that the poultry interests of the state. This office. new venture will in no wise interfere with his duties on the Advocate. We No Place Like Lancaster. do not know just exactly what Mac knows about hens, but if he is as well Mr. W. I. Williams has written from Tulsa Okla. to his friend Mr. M. D. informed upon poultry raising as he is Hughes of this place to secure a suite on subjects in general, his magazine of rooms for him and that he will send will be a hummer. his family to Lancaster on July 1st to Get A Registry Receipt. spend the heated season of July and August here, and that he would join lender a recent ruling of the postof-fic- e department, if when registering a them here on August 1st. This will be pleasant news to the many Lancaster letter or parcel, you desire a receipt friends of Mr Williams and his family, therefor showing its delivery, you who will be delighted to have them must make demand for same at the here if only for a couple of months time of registering. The best method of obtaining this return receipt is to stay. write across the face of the article "Pony" Beasley Still Raising Big 'Uns. registered "return receipt demanded". Unless this is done no return receipt Pony Beazley of Fayette county, so will be forwarded to you. says an exchange, has sold to Jonas 0 Weil for delivery July 1st, Why not Oil The Streets. pound cattle at 8J cents per pound. Now while so much agitation is beThe same paper records several other sales of exporters at prices ranging ing had about the dust and the flies, from 7A to 8 cents per pound, which why would it not be a good idea to deshows that "Pony" is keeping up the vise some means for laying the dust on record established here in Garrard the public square, especially during the county Io,ng years ago to raise 'em just heated season. Adjoining towns are a little better than anyone else and to ridding themselves of this evil by the get just a little better price in conse- use of oil on the streets, which method quence. has brought about satisfactory results. The towns themselves contribute in Taft Again In The Lead. part to the expense of putting on the political balance falls oil, the remainder of it being defrayed The republican to one side and the other. During the by private subscription. Why could'nt last two week the overdrawn and ex- this method be adopted here, especially orbitant claims of Roosevelt has taken as concerns the square. Surely the the ginger out of the local admirers of merchants would be willing to conthe smiling president, but since Taft tribute to such a fund rather than have has won such a signal victory in Ohio, their stocks ruined by the constant succeeding in capturing the six dele- wave of dust that is raised by every gates at large from that state in the breeze that blows in the summer time. convention '.this week, they seem to Bids All Too High. have taken on new life and their hopes looks now are again running high. It The Capitol Commission in session in that in spite of Roosevelt's claims, Frankfort on last Saturday opened the Taft will capture the nomination at bids for the erection of the Governor's Chicago on the ISth of this month. mansion, and finding them all too high, ordered that the letting of bids be again advertised and they will again be i ' I opened on June 17th. None of the bids received came within the limit prescribed by the commission as the or Press-Transcri140-150- Do you like good piano music? Would you like to see your best girl have a new piano? She is struggling to get one, a good one with which to entertain you, and it behooves you to get busy and assist her in her efforts. The young ladies have the vote getting business down to a fine point and if you intend to render assistance, a more opportune time could not be found than now, so if you expect her to win you must come to her assistance. Following is the standing of Dttninu BINDERS. MOW the contestants at the last count:- LANCASTER DISTRICT. Mary Eliza Holtzclow 240,421 Mae Powell ERS,! HAY RAKES AND TWINE. A Deering Binder is the lightest Kate Ham Katie Mae Dickerson, AllineThomas Jennie Cox Ora Prather Grade Mae Cochran Sallie Anderson Lillie Croucher Lillian Estes Beulah Mae Beazley CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. Lillian Garner 215,079 Mrs. Dave Newland 214,070 Ruby Parrish 213,764 Mrs. Dove Garner 161,346 Mamie Holman 129,580 231,621 188,466 154,547 75,121 47,193 28,588 22.180 20,859 20,010 19,500 16,500 draught, last longest and is easy to operate. Give Us Your Order Now. SusieButt Ida Lee Campbell Cecil Garner Eva Fletch Mahala Howard Bertha Rogers Bessie Reynolds Jewel Francisco Sadie Catler Nell Davis Mane White Ruby Cress Hattie Bogie Nancy Napier Osa Coulter Mary Elle.i Farley Lucy Campbell 129,133 90,295 44,377 29,502 25,207 19,646 13,943 8,070 4,078 1,232 1,194 1,030 1,000 1,000 188.900 181,650 181,650 167,100 156,050 150,400 138,000 128,625 115,000- HftSELDEN -- BROS. I jji mW3BMfi2Im JmMfMMWm WmXm&lm Overstocked ON -- -- BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. tflossaMay Teater Rella Ruble Mary Belle Halcomb Flora Ruble Blanche Stone Ethel Onstott Pearl Shearor Clodie Speaks Ophelia Montgomery Sallie Ham Maggie Norris Annie Osborne Ollie Crawford Kentucky Educational 114,900 110,065 108,600 103,900 103,325 101,50o 100,125 Association. Buggies Three Car Loads Now Going at Great Bargains. HT . mj amoant available for the construction of the building. The amount fixed upon by the commission was $58,000. Some modifications may be made in the specifications before the bids are again advertised which will bring the cost within the provided limit. Many con tractors were on hand from over the state, six of whom made bids on the entire structure and eight additional bids were received upon fractional parts of the work. Big Crop Of Seed. At least twenty five hundred teachers have already expressed their intention of attending the meeting of the Kentucky Educational Association, which convenes in Louisville the last week in this month. This meeting will prove especially advantageous to the rural teachers. Aside from hearing noted educators expound the advanced ideas of education, they will be enabled to have a week of pleasure and sight seeing at nominal cost. Isolated as they are the better part of the year, this should be a special incentive to them to attend. S1DNA ALLEN. H. T. Logan's tr- Great Sale continued until ULS-fcx- x jxtjtue: ft Our immense stock of CLOTHING, SHOES, HATS FURIiSSHING GOODS, ETC. at the Mercy of the people. Cost will not be considered. Greater and better bargains than we have ever offered. Come with the. Cash anckbuy goods at half price. P. Gregory left Saturday afternoon with ten blue grass strip- Noted Virginia Outlaw Upon Whose pers. He will strip a small crop in Head A Large Price Is Fixed Re"the bend" in this county, when he will proceed to Boyle county where he ported as Having Been Seen will strip 1400 acres on one farm. This immense boundary of seed is on the In This County: farm of Gentry Bros, and is considered the best crop in the stafe. These A young white boy named Isaiah gentlemen take paticular care with Metcalfe who lives with Mr. James A. their blue grass, keep it free from Arnold on Back Creek claims to have weeds, and as a consequence the seed seen Sidna Allen hurrying up the brings a premium. Mr. Gregory has creek on last Saturday. The supposed been stripping it for years and he tells Allen claimed to be a spectacle vender, lis it always commands a premium on and when the lad urged him to go to account of its extra quality. A fair Mr. Arnold's house which was a short average crop of this seed yields about distance away, telling him he could 15 bushels to the acre, but this year sell a pair of spectacles, he refused the crop everywhere is exceptionally saying he was hurrying to the mounheavy and it is hard to estimate how tains and wished to catch a train. The large he yield will be. The minimum man did not seem to wish to come in costof operating these blue grass contact with any grown people. He strippers is $50. per week instead of carried a small hand grip from which per day as was inadvertently quoted in young Metcalfe claims the barrel of a the Record last week. revolver protruded. large calibre Mr. R. Pension Increases. The old soldiers who draw pensions of whom there are a good" number in Garrard county, are rapidly filing their applications with the Pension Department for an increase under the new pension law. The increase will date from the time the application is received by the pension department. Application blanks may be had upon'appication to him. Immediately upon receipt of the application properly filled out, a receipt will be forwarded to you showing that your application has been received, and no further steps by you will be necessary, your claim will receive attention in its u do not receive your inturn. crease as promptly as you think you should, do not grow impatient; remem ber that the number of applications already passed the 50,000 mark and other are constantly coming in. An extra force of over one hundred clerks has been engaged to assist witn tins im mense amount of business and in due time every applicant will receive atten- If-yo- W. Good For J. KOMAUS. GOOD : FOR : 1,000 : VOTES When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered In Piano Contest. I VOTE FOR. H. T. LOGAN Lancaster, Ky. Ji&.-- , tion. Shortly before the man was seen Sheriff Ballard was in that locality and was exhibiting pictures of Allen and his gang, young Metcalfe gave attention to Sidna Allen's especial picture and scrutinized closely, and claims he readily recognized him by the photograph. Mr. Arnold tells us that the boy never forgets a face. He is a boy of unusual intelligence and is truthful, and there is every reason to believe that he was correct in his surmise as to the identity of the stranger. Sidna Allen the man claimed to have been seen was the leader of a desperate gang of Virginians who recently almost annihilated the court at Hills-vill- e Va. Immediately after the conviction of their clansmen for a minor offense, they turned loose a perfect fusillade of shots in the little court house and several officers including the circuit judge was killed. The Aliens fled to the mountains, but all save Sidna Allen and one other were captured. One of the Aliens has already been captured, tried arnd sentenced to the death chair. 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. Mrmmm1 'Sanuu K-3 iatTi' ai n ia yri t rl4Rl mJfflJWAA My Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting them here. a rfim Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. fey& g, aV Srii ja; - K &&' ff- r & The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 The Republican National Committee met in Chicago yesterday for the trans GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. action of business preliminary to themeeting of the Republican Convention Entered at tlio Tost Ofllco In Lancaster, Ky., i as Mull Matter. in that city on the 18th. There are 230 contests to bo heard by the Nation Walker acted as toastmaster for the Member Kentucky Press Association al Committee, among which arc two FORTY Candle Pover. Very brilliant strong and lasting. occasion. and from Kentucky, one from the fifth .and Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect Eighth District Publishers League. one from the seventh district, The Kennedy. matter of the refusal of Chairman clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. Mrs, Brunnette Kennedy, wife of Lancaster, Ky., June 7, 1912. Harry S. New, chairman of the subAlso CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong Mr. Joseph H. Kennedy died at her committee on arrangements, who rehome in Richmond Ky. and her relight. fused to grant the request of Senator Rates For Political Announcements mains were interred in the cemetery at Joseph Dixon, Theodore Roosevelt's that place on last Sunday afternoon. Contract Soon To Be Let. For Precinct and City Offices ? 5.00 manager to grant 250 tickets of admisMrs. Kennedy before her marriage was 10.00 or County Offices sion to the convention to Col. RooseThe trustees of the local school ex- Miss Brunette Doty, a daughter of and District Offices.... 15.00 For State velt, and his friends, will in all proba- pect within the next few days to re the late B. Frank Doty of this county, .10 For Calls, per line bility be brought to the attention of ceive the money resulting from the sale and she has two sisters living in this .10 For Cards, per line the committee in the hope that they of their $29,000 worth of bondsand im- county, Mrs. J. P. Doty and Mrs. For all publications in the interwill overrule the denial of Col. New. mediately upon its receipt the prelim- James Allen Arnold. est of individuals or expresinary steps will be taken to begin the sion of individual views, per Speaker. Champ Clark looks a sure work of razing the old building preparDairy Changes Hands. .10 line winner of the Democratic nomination, atory to the building of the new one. : .05 Obituaries, per line Mr. Silas W. Moss has purchased an and indications are now that he will go In fact some of the preliminary work interest in the hay, grain and feed enough votes and to to Baltimore with has already been commenced. Mr. business of R. L. Arnold at Richmond spare to nominate him on the first bal- George Smith Sr. ANNOUNCEMENTS has been employed to Ky. and with his family will remove lot. In Kentucky it was nothing but represent the school board, and it will there to reside. Lancaster people re For Congress. Clark, and so has it been everywhere be his duty to pass upon the material gret exceedingly to give up Mr. Moss of late, he literally swept everything placed in the structure and We are authorized to announce Jack the work; and his splendid family, and in him we before him. His splendid service in he will be the local Chinn a candidate for Congress in the representative of lose one of our best and most progreseighth district, subject to the action of find out these infractions for them- the lower house of Congress, his ability the architects, and in the event that he sive citizens. Mr. Moss sold his entire the Democratic Primary to be held selves, and if they fail to do this, you to organize and hold the democratic cannot agree with the contractors as to dairy outfit, which included 17 head of August, 3rd, 1912. condemn them for their failure. An party together, has demonstrated the any of the mmutae of the work the splendid milk cows to Mr. Henly V. he is the most logical candi officer cannot be everywhere at once, a fact that architect will be summoned in person. Bastin, who will operate a milk wagon We are authorized to announce Hon. grand jury is but an instrument for the date, and the result is that the states Mr. Smith is receiving queries from $3 J. A." Sullivan a candidate for Congress inquiring into of crime, and without have flocked to his standard. His un- many material men who are desirous of and continue the business along the same line as has, heretofore been done success in the New Engin the eighth district, subject to the the furnishing various articles to'be used in by Mr. Moss. of the citizens, both precedented land states has demonstrated the fact action of the Democratic Primary to be the officers and the grand juries are the structure. Many prominent firms he is strong in that section, and held August 3rd, 1912. powerless. Did you ever stop to think that of contractors have signified their in- Judge Hardin's Decisions Being Upheld. his close and uncompromising attention that if you would bring to the notice to the wage earners, the great mass tention of bidding on the structure. For Commonwealth Attorney. The Kentucky Court of Appeals has of these people the various infractions affirmed the decision of the Garrard of whom are in New England and are We are authorized to announce Emmet which have come to your knowledge More Game For The Circuit Court in the . case of R. D. Puryear as a candidate for Common that the prevalent crime to a great ex- for him, show beyond doubt that the working classes are for him, and we The sportsmen of Boyle county have Campbell VS. The U. S. Casualty Co. wealth's attorney, subject to the action tent might be mitigated, that it was firmly believe that as it has been in secured a fresh supply of the Democratic party. of small mouth xjus sun was ior personal injury, a your duty as a good citizen to give inthe states so it will be in the National black bass from the Government and cinder in the eye destroying that memformation of any wrong doing of which The Record Is authorized to announce you knew, and thereby aid the adminis- Convention, Clark will sweep aside all placed them in Dix river. This under ber, while riding on a train, the plainW. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candi- tration of the laws which tend to make obstacles and be nominated on the ordinary circumstances js a very lauda- tiff carrying an accident policy with date for the nomination for Commo- this a peaceful community in which to first ballot. ble move, and one in which the fisher- the defendant company. A verdict of nwealth's Attorney, subject to the dwell. men of Garrard county would gladly $5000. was awarded in the lower court Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. assist, were it deemed worth while, but which is now affirmed. Do you pay your taxes promptly, or Schools To Begin Earlier. This is the first case from the Garthere has been so many fish secured by do you wait until the very last minute For County Judge. rard Circuit Court which has been passand then reluctantly pay into the pubWith the exception of the new con tne people ot tins and adjoining couned upon by the higher court since Judge lic coffers what it takes to keep up the solidated school at Paint Lick, under ties and placed in this stream, only to We are authorized to announce ClayChas. A. Hardin has been upon the a recent ruling of the State Board of see the seiners, trappers and dynamitton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- state, the county or the town? bench and that his decision was upheld When you complain of a bad piece Education, all of the rural schools of ers reap the harvest of their labor, that ty Judge of Garrard County subject to goes to show that he is destined to of pike in the country, a bad crossing the county will commence on July 1st. they have become discouraged. the action of the democratic party. Fishermen coming home from a days make a success as a wearer- of the in the town, or some other deficiency All of the teachers of the county will ermine. We are authorized to announce upon the part of the people whose duty be employed on June 29th instead of fruitless fishing report having seen several men come down "Hanging Fork" James A. Beazley as a candidate for it is to look after these things, do you June 15th as heretofor arranged. Street Fair A Success. Very stringent rulings have also with a large seine and prepare to seine County Judge of Garrard county, sub- ever stop to consider that you have not ject to the action of the Democratic yet paid your taxes, tnat it takes been made for the enforcement of the the river, but upon spying them, they Littlejohn's Carnival Co. Ihave their ? party. money to do all tnese thiflgs, and if compulsory attendance law. This is a beat a hasty retreat. This is but a rep tents pitched this week on the Ball B. F. HUDSON, President. Park lot and are exhibiting- - under the I L J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. everyone would do like you, persist in new law which is applicable to children etition of the work that has been going auspices of the local lodge of odd felFor Sheriff. waiting until the last minute to pay between the ages of 7 and 13 years. on for years; just about the time the ORGANIZED 1SS3. lows. The company carries the best We are authorized to announce C. A. what is their due for the upkeep of All persons who have children of this spring sport should begin, these law and cleanest line of shows we hive Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of the community in which they dwell, age should see to it that they are kept breakers come along and depopulate the ever seen with a Carnival Co., and the school, for the law carries a severe river of everything that has a fin that Garrard County, subject to the action that the thorougfares and the general in fact that they are off the square precondition of things would be in much penalty for failure to comply with its is worth having. And there seems to OF LANCASTER, KY. ' of the Democratic party. 'the possibility of any danger in provisions, and if you allow your chil- be no remedy. As yet there has not cludes sadder plight than they are. When We are authorized to announce the matter comes up for some internal dren to stay out of school, you will be that we have heard of been anyone attending, from autos or vehicles, CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff improvement which requires the ex- within the clutches of the law before "with sufficient temerity to come for children may be taken their and allowV. F. CHAMP, Cashier. of Garrard county, subject to the ac- penditure of more money than is readily you know it, and will have a severe ward and give to the officers of the law ed to roam at their will without fear of injury. The people are far above the tion of the democratic party. the names of these violators and set in average, available, such as the improvement of fine administered to you. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., the shows are without obmotion the wheels of justice for their the school facilities or the extension of We are authorized to announce W. jectionable features, the order is splenBeautiful .Home Wedding. prosecution. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard the water works system, and which did, and the attractions are drawing Solicited. We are beginning to hear of "fish requires the issuance of bonds for the county, subject to the action of the The marriage of Miss Margaret Vene large crowds. same raising of the money, do you simply Mount, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. frys",'and we know that there has not that was here Theyear is Italian band democratic party. J. R been enough fish with the aglast because you tear it will increase your Mount, to Mr. Thomas Mosby caught in Dix river gregation and are handing J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker. T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibba Wilson, out the taxes by a few mills on the dollar, re at the beautiful home of the bride, on with a hook this season to make a "fry same high class For Assessor. Lewi3 L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. of music. fuse to vote for the issuance of the Lexington Avenue, at four o'clock p. for a good sized family, mucli less for We are authorized to announce Dave bonds and use your influence to bring Work For The Youngsters. m., yesterday, was easily the most the gang who usually attend these C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor others to your way of thinking. functions. We have never attended a Is brilliant social event of the season. Young people in the county- - both of Garrard county subject to the ac- this good citizenship? Elder F. M. Tinder officiated and the fish fry, nor do we intend to do so, so boys and girls, are finding occupation tion of the democratic party. Do you condemn your governing ceremony was very impressive. The we cannot say who attends them; we this summer that they are not so forbody, the fiscal court, or the city counhave heard that in some cases county We are authorized to announce Mr. cil because they fail to perform same entire house was handsomely decorated officials were guests; if this be the case tunate as to find every year. There is E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- act just as you would have it perform- in shell pink Rambler and Brides roses it is a great pity that the "recall" is an unusually large crop of wild strawTall marble pedestals berries, and the children are to be seen nation of Assessor of Garrard County, ed, do you stop to consider that these and Smilax. OF LANCASTER. twined with smilax with jardeniers not in effect in this neck of the woods in great numbers in the fields and es subject to the action of the democratic bodies in their deliberations seek the filled with bride's roses formed the and that it is not possible that it might pecially along the railroad right of party. greatest good.to the greatest number, aisle to the marriage altar which was be applied in these cases where the way, gathering the luscious fruit. The did you attend their meetings or let in We are authorized to announce J. B. the French window of the parlor. sworn guardians of the law openly take splendid crop of blue grass also furthem know your opinions about mat- This window filled A. R. DENNY, President. Collier as a candidate for the nominawith palms, ferns part in its infraction. We read and nishes them occupation and nearly ters under their consideration? We and smilax formed an hear of the splendid fishing in the bass tion for assessor of Garrard county, J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. effective backevery field sees one or more with subject to the action of the democratic will venture to say you did not, and ground for the ceremony and the streams of the far west and upon the handstrippers gathering the seed. The S. C. DENNY, Cashier. yet you were ready with harsh criti- kneeling for the marriage vows. great lakes, when if the law were rigparty. grown ups are also indulging in the R. T. Embry, J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. cism and condemnation of their acts Before the ceremony a musical pro idly enforced, there would not be finer latter occupation to a great extent. We are authorized to announce W. when you never sought to assist them wide world than gram was rendered by Mr. John M. fishing grounds in the Hand strippers are being used, and one L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- in the unraveling of any knotty probFarra and Miss Sarah Daniel, of Paris, our own'Dix river. Having its origin man in ten hours may gather as much or of Garrard county subject to the lem which confronted them. Mr. Farra singing "Thy Blue Eyes" in the foothills of the mountains of as ten bushels, for which he receives action of the Democratic party. We do not advise anyone to be a and "Always" and Miss WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Daniels "I eastern Kentucky, from its head waters from 25 to 40 cents per bushel accordbusybody, but the affairs of your town cannot help loving thee" and "Thou away up on "Nigger creek" to its con- ing to quality and condition. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. and county are your affairs, and if you For School Superintendant. art mine all". The couple entered to fluence with the Kentncky at High fail to air your views as to the proper the strains of Lohengrin's wedding Bridge, the stream is an ideal place for Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. We are authorized to announce Miss Chas Humber Pardoned. management of the affairs in which march beautifully played by Miss the propagation and nurture of the Z21 Jennie Higgins as a candidate for you are interested, then it is not the Helen Gill. During the ceremony Miss gamest fish that swim, the "small On last Friday Governor McCreary School Superintendant for Garrard act of a good citizen to condemn when Gill played softly "Call me Thine Own" mouth black bass". This species un- granted a pardon to Chas. Humber who county, subject to the action of the you failed to offer advice or assistance. The Bride's gown was of Ivory like his close kinsman the "big mouth was convicted at the last March Term Democratic party. Charmeuse Satin with an overdress of black bass" is not cannibalistic in its of the Garrard Circuit Court upon an habits, does not feed upon its own indictment for shooting and robbing Good order and respect for the law Chiffon cloth relieved by trimmings of For Jailer. young, nor will it allow other fish to do James Jones, colored. Charles Humbcan not be had in any community un- Duchesse lace and hand embroidery, this. Any fisherman can tell you of er and Alvin Thomas were jointly in We are authorized to announce Jack less crime is punished. Swift and ad- the back of the gown being made ef- the habits of this fish, how viciously at dicted by the Grand Jury of Lincoln Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- equate punishment of the criminal is fective by trimmings hand made roses nesting time he will strike at anything County for shooting and robbing Jones rard county, subject to the action of one of the effective ways of preventing and leaves of chiffon and satin. The that comes near the nest, and this care about a year ago near Traylor's Distill the Democratic party. the violation of law. Those who are Tulle veil caught with oi;ange blossoms reaching to the end of the long court is maintained until tne young nsn are ery in Lincoln County. They were tried We are authorized to announce Dave familiar with the courts know the train. The bridal boquet was was a of sufficient size to care for themselves upon the Robbery charge in Lincoln Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- great difficulty in convicting the crim- shower of brides roses and Nor is this the only species of fish to County and the trial resulted in a hung lilies of rard county, subject to the action of inal who has wealth and influential the valley. which this stream is peculiarly adapted, jury. The case was then transferred friends that he can command. But y vTi wS K: rv W9 M VF the Democratic party. The gown of Miss Joan Mount, the the brush and drift with which it to Garrard County and the trial had when these conditions are overcome abounds furnishes a splendid place for here UDon the same charge which also H 1 They interlock end overlap each other in such a way that the I and justice triumphs in the courts, it bride's maid, was a lovely Prim Rose I hardest driving ram cr snow car.net sift under tnern. 1 Yellow satin, draped in white Chiffon, the "croppie", or newlight; the cold resulted in hung jury. The case at For Magistrate. can be reasonably expected that the the panel, front and back being of springs and ledges for the ' 'goggle eye' tracted so much attention that the last Thsy'rs also will 1 Won't pulsate or rattle in I We. Judge Hardin found are authorized to announce convicted criminal will receive the pun- painted lilacs and pansies, with trim- and "forked tail cat." But alas, these term of the court. ishment fixed by the laws, and ths last as lone as the building, and never need repairs. John N. White as a candidate for mings of shadow lace, a large bow of places are not sacred to the pot hunters it necessary to send to Boyle county to Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- people will not be satisfied unless this the lace draping who with their seines, nets and as a get a jury to try the parties. The case or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. the dress in rard county, subject to the action of is done. We are not surprised at the She carried an arm full of pink front.y last resort, dynamite, seek them in was hotly contested by attorneys for Apply to Local Contractoes storm of protest heard when it was the democratic party. their haunts and divest the stream of both sides. The defendants were rep roses. circulated that the Governor had grantresented by Attorneys Robert Hardin, Delightful refreshments were served the last vestige of the finny tribe. We are authorized to announce ed a pardon to Chas Humber who has The only remedy is as we have before J. I. Hamilton and R. H. Tomlinson. di&MMMM-WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- served only two months of a five year after the ceremony by a Cincinnati pointed out, the people. If the farmers The Commonwealth was represented istrate in the first district of Garrard sentence in the state penitentiary, con- caterer, the ices being in the forms of and people living along the stream will by Hon. J. S. Owsley, who was acting County, subject to the action of the victed practically upon a double charge roses, slippers, brides and grooms. Attorney, J. E. Robof Malicious Shooting and Highway The happy party left at once on an become interested in the matter, each as Commonwealth democraticpartv. County Attorney, assisted by with the other, and inson,. county Eastern trip. Robbery. We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n 'We have not learned the Governor's The gifts were many, rare, valuable will report the infringements of the law Hon. W. S. Burch. The parties were of Malicious H. Estes as a candidate for reason for granting this pardon. Had and beautiful, presented byriends as to the authorities, they will, nay, they convicted on the charge Must, put an end to the nefarious prac Shooting and sentenced to the pentien-tiar- y in the first district of Garrard he read the record he could not have tokens of appreciation of the excellent for a term of one .to five years county, subject to the action of the believed Humber innocent of the charges character of the charming bride, who tises. The law we have", amply suffiis a type of true and noble woman cient to cover each and every case; the under the indeterminate sentence law. democratic party. He had been tried before thirty-si- x did sworn jurors; citizens of the counties hood. The groom is a popular, elegant officers we have who will see that the It is not known why the Governor We are authorized to announce Thomas. He was gentleman, the owner of several stock law is administered if the offenders are not pardon Alvin of Lincoln, and Charles C. Becker as a candidate for are informedGarrard thirty-fou- Boyle. We brought to their notice; what we need considered by most people who heard M that r of the iunua, uaa a nauonai reputation asMagistrate in the second district of thirtv-si- x judge at horse shows, and is likely the is the offenders themselves. Bring the trial as being less guilty than HumH believed him guilty. Garrard county, subject to the, action less than two It is hard for us to believe that exe- largest individual fine horse dealer in them before the bar of justice or go be ber. Humber had served pardoned. If of the democratic party. fore the grand jury and indict them, months of his term when cutive clemency was granted in a case Kentucky. The Record joins the community in and we will venture to say that if a the unfavorable comment heard upon We are authorized to announce Tay- that attracted so wide attention in this ' tendering tiearty congratulations and few good stiff fines are administered, the streets is to be taken as an indica- m a candidate for Mag- locality upon the petition of a few lor T. Burdett-aand they are compelled to pay them, tion, a vast majority of the people here istrate in the second district' of Gar persons who can always be influenced bestjWishes. . the practise of illegally 'taking from do not approve of the Governors action rard county, subject to the action Of by friends of one convicted who is so For Sale Good McCormack binder," Dix river.every fish that is placecl there in granting Executive Clemency in th.i fortunate as to have the influence of used two seasons. the democratic party. Phone 162. will soon cease. case. - a year. Seooiul-Olus- A good citizen. Did you ever stop to consider what it takes to constitute a good ckizen? First subservience "to the laws of your country, your commonwealth and the municipality in which you dwell. Next you owe it to your country to aid in the administration, to assist in the application of the laws which are made and provided fbr the government of the people: it is your duty to serve, cheerfully, on the various juries which are empaneled for the administration of the law. How many of you yield cheerfully this service? When the officer comes around seeking a jurv, do you submit cheerfully, or do you offer an excuse, and when you are brought before the judge, do you qualify, or do you look up every imaginable excuse which will release you from jury service, and then when those who have qualified and served upon a jury decide a case in a manner which was not to your liking, you condemn them for it, when you yourself had the opportunity to serve on that self same jury and evaded it. Some one must compose the juries, why not you. It is your duty and one which you should not evade. Do you report to the officers or to the grand jury the various infractions of the law which come to your notice, or do you wait for the officers or the grand juries to wealth or social prestige. We must protest against this' apparent unreasonable exercise of the pardoning power. A Garrard County Boy. Ware McRoberts Entertained. The young friends and associates of Mr. Robert Ware McRoberts tendered him a reception on Monday incident to his departure for a several months stay in Atlanta Ga. A substantial lnncheon ar.d the evening was made pleasant by speeches and toasts speeding the parting guest. Mr. Horace al The Millinary Traveling Men's NationAssociation meets in Louisville this month, their session beginn ing on the 24th. Mr. M. F. Herring is second vice president of the association, and his chances are said to be Bplondid to bo the next head of the organization. Mr. Herring is well known and formerly resided in this county. Ho is a cousin of Messrs Bright and Fisher Herring and Mrs. Sue Respass. Mr. Herring started in the millinery business many years ago, beginning with Messrs P. G. Coker & Co. His home is in Louisville. i 5- - ffi mmmmmimr?xr&m (3mM(fflMMm$mm& 3AC1A"A3CVA' SZ.Z.'J, V T"sr'-N3:'VN:-T !. Wire Drawn Tungsten LiOTffI6 LftiWP sLe ffi L a n 1 - I STORMES DRUG STORE (mm&L(mfmm mm&M&Mi)mfLeM S 1 BUY YOUR m 1 9 Pot-hunter- s. Ice Sherbets, Butter, Buttermilk and Fish from the Creamery. plfiaifililiBBiTfl&nflli TflsnagnTaiairMrglaj e Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- r. Business Prompt Attention. THE NATIONAL RANK Capital $50,000. $Surp!us 25,000. Book-Keep- er Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. as j vind-storm- s. re-pro- . Kill-arn- mmm'i sa I I For $1.50 Per Gal on 1 We will sell you 1he Mag-strat- e, H Best Paint of it. H 8 - u made and GURANTEE every drop M H s tj R E. McRoberts C& Son. ;;?& 5? ..- - fS..JSasrLx,i' t. J. MICHELIN TIRE PRICES I The Perfect Husband Letty's Strategy down the throat of a "capey" chicken destroys the worms and saves the chick's life. A few drops in the drinking water W. O. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Effective May 30th H Reduced NEW PRICES Old Substantial Reductions on all sizes. Size Prices A 34x4 36x4 67x5 $33.25 1-- $35.75 47.25 58.76 2 43.75 54.00 The superiority of Michelin Tires is recognized all over the world. IN STOCK BY C. C. & J. E. STORMES. IJG3EE2, r ANNIE ROONEY 4104 PEAVINE 85 Greatsand. 3173, Vol. 7. REX PEAVINE 1796 DAISY 2nd, 2229 PEAVINE 85. Si c? Will make the season of 1912 at my place, 2 miles east of Paint Lick, on Paint Lick pike. Crestland is a chesnut, coming seven, 16 hands. A good flat bone and foot; has finish and action 2nd to no horse in Kentucky. His first colts are coming three years old, and are equal to any horses produce. Show finish, size, color and action. Crestland is by Rex Peavine 179G. Dam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam Powell's Drenon; he by Brinker's Drenon 1600. Will serve mares at $30.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when fact is known or mare parted with. Lien on colt for ser vice fee. Mares bred to another horse or jack without my consent I claim my fee. Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per day. Grain fed, at reasonable rate if desired. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should any occur. Come and see this horse before yon breed. W. Phone C. FITZPATRICK, PAINT LICK. KY. 425 Rings, P. L. Exchange. Where Your Money Has Gone will not puzzle you if you have an account at The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Your bank book will tell you how much you had. Your checks will tell you how much you spent and what for. A bank ac count cultivates the saving habit. If you are not now a customer we invite you to become one. r The Garrard .Bank &Trust Company. I $8,045 I OFFERED BY Prizes I I I $ The Lexington Herald In Big Circulation Contest Open to the People of Central and Eastern Kentucky. Three automobiles and thirty-si- x other prizes will be given by the Herald to those who receive the most votes in the contest it has just inaugurated. Votes are obtained by clipping daily ballots from The Herald and by securing prepaid subscriptions. All of the prizes, except the automobiles, will be awarded by districts, into which The Herald's field has been divided, thus equalizing the competition and giving every one who enters an equal opportunity to win a prize. s fc1 r SUMMARY OF PRIZES. One Rambler Cross Country Tonring Car One Overland. Model 60-Touring Car One Hupmobile Touring Car One Colby Player Piano Six 200 Columbia Grafonoias Six 100 Diamonds Six ?75 Bank Accounts Six 75 Furniture Credits.... Six 75 Scholarships Six $50 Merchandise Credits T, , $1,815 1,255 950 575 1,200 600 450 450 450 300 8,045 county. Enter the big contest as the representative of your town or Man or woman, boy or girl may compete. It costs noth-t- o enter and nothing to win. Send your name and address today, on the coupon below, to Contest Department Lexington Herald Co (Incorporated) LEXINGTON, KY. "I should certainly like to meet In the cool, vigorous air of a June Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. Lancaster, Ky. CURES and your husband, Mrs. Talleck," said morning, Letty sat on the brow of a Mrs. Spenger. PREVENTS GAPES rocky hill that looked down upon a "So should I," echoed Mrs. Bryden. narrow winding river. She had come white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick diseases. All the other women said the same. here to be alone and meditate someMrs. Talleck smiled beamingly. "I thing very unusual for Letty, because One 50c Bottle of hope," she told them emphatically, she was an athletic young woman with SPECIAL EXCURSION "that you may, I really do!" a tendency to do things and not to Mrs. Talleck spoke as though It was dream them. She was considered a Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. a treat too great for mortal to receive mannish girl, but something very femU Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of except specially favored. It was quite nine had come to her of late. She was-ithis medicine on hand. Write for free sample as though she hoped they would each Jove with Griffith Kennedy. and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, have a great fortune left them, though BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, Lexington, Kj. At first this undisguised affection she doubted it. She did not seem to no- had amused Letty; gradually she had tice that some of the glances were come to like It. And now, she admitSold by HASELDON BROS. freighted with dislike. If she had she ted, she craved' it and yearned for it. Vould have taken the disdoubtless Two or three times she knew that like as a sort of tribute. She did not he had been on the very verge of a wonder that the poor things were en- proposal, but obstacles had arisen to Round Round vious and jealous. prevent his speech. She had been Trip Trip At least that is how Mrs. 'Spenger content to wait She knew the psyexplained it Mrs. Spenger and Mrs. chological moment had only been postBryden and all the rest had husbands, poned; but last night at a dance, he SPECIAL TRAIN of course; husbands of a sort; but had held that pretty, frivolous, cooing-volce- d compared with the sort of husband Maude Nelson very close as Mrs. Talleck said hers was the other he guided her carefully over the husbands dwindled into such human crowded floor. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. misfits that their abashed owners At this sight a fierce jealousy had pushed them farther and farther into crept into Letty's heart, and she had the background each time they met come out here alone to have It out Mrs. Talleck, who had recently joined with herself. their sewing club. "That silly, little, scheming thing human nature to be shall not entrap him!" she resolved. If was not in displeased otherwise than that one "Why Is it men care for that clinging could not come back at Mrs. Talleck vine sort!" gloriously and show her that her husHer memory then reverted to the so much after all. band wasn't In the first place, Mrs. Talleck's hus- first time sheuphad been conscious of to a proposal. This band was a remarkable looking man. his working Mrs. Talleck told them all about how had been late in the preceding Auwhen she first married him she was tumn when they were walking in the frequently embarrassed by the atten- country. A runaway team had come Made-to-We- ar plunging toward them. Letty had fortion he attracted. gotten Grif's very existence. She was "And It happens yet!" she confided If you expect to do any painting, you are interested you should be in the to them. "If you could see the way conscious only of the white, terrified quality of the paint to be used. the women look at him! But I don't faces of the women and children in In any given job of painting, labor represents practically s, blame them. I don't see how they the wagon. She had rushed on ahead, material could help it. He has the most won- met and stopped the horses, holding the cost. derful eyes they seemed to draw one. them firmly until Grlf came up to It stands to reason that with so much expense in labor, the enduring quality There is something overpowering them. of the paint is all important. Everyone had praised her coolness about him. I suppose you would call it Why have the painting done unless the protection and durability of the job personality. The minute that man steps and bravery, but Grif had been is sought? strangely silent. After that she had into a room I don't care how crowdHow is one to determine the true value and obtain paint that maybe depended ed it is everybody feels his presence. thought him ill at ease In her presupon for durability? It is comical to see how everybody ence. HANNA'S GREEN SEAL PAINT IS NOT A SECRET. This paint, has stops talking and turns toward him. It The next time had been in the Winis enough to make a woman proud, I ter when they were skating on the the printed formula on every package. can tell you!" river. Grif had begun haltingly, ut The makers have confidence and take pride in the quality and tell the public "Yes, indeed!" said Mrs. Bryden po- midway in hi3 exordium she caught the composition of the paint. litely, because Mrs. Talleck looked at sight of a litle boy struggling In the IS THIS OF ANY VALUE TO YOU? IT OUGHT TO BE. her expectantly when she stopped water. She shot ahead and made a FOR SALE DY speaking. "It must be lovely!" Mrs. quick rescue. Griffith had been a close quite .sat- second and carried the child to a nearBryden had heretofore been isfied with her own husband, but now by house, but his ardor and his fingers with, a little twinge she recollected were alike that never in her whole married caNow, after witnessing his fond pride reer had she had the joy of witnessing in Maude's helplessness, Letty longed a whole roomful of people paralyzed for the postponed proposal with, all by the entry of John. Everybody had her heart. always talked right on as though noth"I'll fight her with her own weaping much had happened. ons," she diplomatically decided, "and "I suppose," Mrs. Talleck proceeded, after this I'll never make a rescue in "I've grown rather used to his bril- Grlf s presence. If he can't stop runliance still, even yet I realize how ex- away horses and snatch children out traordinary his wit is. I never re- of airholes, they shall meet their fate. member his making a perfectly com- Next time I'll faint or something." monplace remark. "Whenever he speaks This point decided, she started to he makes what he says count. I like walk home. In the meadow lot, she that in a man!" saw Grlf approaching. "Yes, indeed," agreed Mrs. Spenger, "Now is my chance!" she thought, at whom Mrs. Talleck's gaze was di- as they neared the field. "I must pre rected. She sighed. Hitherto she had tend I am afraid to climb the fence' always enjoyed her own husband's and pass the cows, and then he will talkativeness. It had seemed cheerful feel himself monarch, of all he surand boyish. It was a new sensation to veys." be dubious on this point As her lips parted to utter the pro"And kind!" Mrs. Talleck added. "If test she saw a woman running through there is anywhere a more considerate, polite, thought man than Henry Tal- the field. A bull was in hot pursuit ra 5Th"3r Alas for the plans of bulls and Let leck I'd like to have him shown me!" ty! ia At once she grasped the situaAll the women looked confused. Their memories mercilessly taunted tion. The bull would overtake the them with sundry occasions when woman before either she or Grlf could the scene their husbands had been none of reachanticipated of action. This time her and was over the true, Grif those agreeable things. It was then, what they had reluctantly given fence rushing to the rescue. There 3729-- Si W. Broadway, LoinsvIBe, Ky. up as impossible there were men or, was only one' thing to do. She must Deep down in every human heart lies a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S medicines, Roots & Kerbs. Too long was a man who pos- divert the bull. at least, there Wth a ringing cry she hurled her have the secrets of nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded God's promises. Modern doctors think sessed all the qualities of the ideal only of "operations" & strong drugs, while human suffering & deaths from disease increase rapidly every year. is red parasol into the field. It landed that every woman cherishes until It & among the Indians give me a peculiar Health is natural, disease unnatural. Sly years of experience as a Cow-bo- y reduced to a frazzle before her eyes. between the bull and the woman, in fitness & knowledge of the powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured & are curing Blood the path of the infuriated animal And Mrs. Talleck had him! Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female &. Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catairh, Nervous & Three meetings of the sewing club which charged upon the gorgeous arStomach Troubles that were pronounced incurable by the best doctors. I want to PROVE tin's to the world & to Grif had broken up in gloom. The mem- ticle fiercely and effectively. anyone asking, I will mail the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOHERBALIST," absolutely free. If you are not enjoying ALL the blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you bers had departed sadly, apologetical- rushed the woman over the fence to INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of inquirv promptly answered. ly, hopelessly. The day when they safety, and Letty stood silent, Impercomposed of 16 Roots & Herbs, makes is the name of my great TONIC, BOD met at Mrs. Talleck's every woman's vious to the woman's gratitude and 3 full quarts of medicine, lasts about 3 months, costs only one dollar & is LEG ALL Y GUARANTEED to satisfy was set in a "firm line. Go home Grif's praise. mouth is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS THE PURCHASER or money refunded. Presently the woman went on and at five o'clock as usual? Not they! IN AfEDICINE for the nerves, stomach, liver, kidneys, boiuels, bladder & blood. A household remedy most They ad- Griffith and Letty continued their way They lingered after tea. excellent. Ask for if your druggist hasn't got it or won't get it, WILL FILL YOUR mired Mrs. Talleck's embroidered nap- in silence. They entered the cool, ORDERS POSTAGE PAID. Inkins and the photographs and they olive depths of the woods, and sudSCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR CHARLIE WHITE-MOON'- S sisted on hearing the history of each. denly Letty did a feminine and HUMAN SKIN ONL Y, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. 10c or 3 bars 23c at all dealers, Retail, who are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. Never before did women find so much thing. She burst into to talk about Nobody appeared to ob- tears hysterical tears, partially inserve that it was more than dark out- duced by derision at the failure of her side. Not a soul, apparently, saw the plan. clock that stared them in the face. Instantly Grlfs arms were about The silence was broken an instant her. later hy a falsetto voice that cried: "My darling, what Is It?" he cried. "Say, why don't you oil this infernal "No, Letty! I won't let you go! You lock? And do I smell cabbage cook- can't put me off again. I will tell you ing for dinner? You know I hate cab- that I love you, Letty. Do you care bage!" at all?" An undersized man, wearing, specIt was easy sailing, then, and the tacles and a peevish expression, en- course of true love ran very smoothly tered and stared at them in an an- and pleasantly. noyed way. Everybody tumultously "Tell me, Letty, why" you cried?" fledV he demanded presently. Two blocks away Mrs. Spenger "Oh, Grlf I don't know I was so spoke. "Do you know," she said, "I afraid the bull would get you, and " am happier this minute than I have "He would If It hadn't been for your been before since I first met Mrs. Tal- presence of mind. Jt Is that and your leck!" . bravery that make me love you, Letty. SUCH AS You are so different from the 'other Safe. ordinary, tiresome, flippant girls." Hostess (at the conclusion or a SatThen Letty almost cried again, hut urday night game of bridge) Oh, her sense of humor conquered, and ', dear, colonel! I hope you don't mind; she confided to Grif her fears and her it's ten minutes past 12 o'clock. Sun- plans. His roar of laughter was reday morning, In fact! assuring. :.-Colonel (a strict Sabbatarian) Not "Oh, Letty! I made up my mind really! Dear, dear! Still, as a mat- when I was dancing with that silly ter of fact, I was dummy during' the Maude that I 'would find you last ten minutes. Punch, and make you listen to me." BourbotfPoultryCure n CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, June 16th. $'J30 1 .50 ls. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m Hanna's Green Seal Paint" two-thirdrd "The one-thi- frost-nippe- d. CONN BROTHERS. J GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is feeing proven every tag by CHARLIE WK1TEMD0N, the Cow Boy Herbalist Y COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R, I FOE High Class Stationery to-da- y, yisiting Cards, Announcements. Monogram Paper, Embossed Letter Heads and Envelopes. SEE A Dreadful Wound. Work Will boon Start. ' Herald Contest Department, P. 0. Box 427, Lexington, Ky. I desire to enter your contest ahd will be pleased to have you send me full particulars and receipt book. It is understood that this coupon is to count 1,000 votes for me in case my nomination is accepted. Name Address from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty : nail, after you tpke Dr. King's New Life fireworks, or of any other nature, de- Pills, and you'll quickly enjoy their mands prompt treatment with Bucklen,s fine results. Constipation and indiges- Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison ors tion vanish and fine appetite returns, gangrene. Its the quickest, surest .They regulate stomach, liver and healer for all such wounds as also for bowels and impart new strength and Burns, Boils, Sows Eruptions, Eczema, energy to the whole system.- - Try Chapped Hands, Corns or Piles. 25c. them. Only 25c atR. E. McRoberts --- lm T.m- at R. E. McRoberts & Son. ? & Son. - THE 6ENTRAL RE60RD I jr. ii-s- Ask For Sampls. ,' -- J- Xr- -i ?- -- .c"LyWxgfeib-- . fLv 1 y v: s..yel- - jSt y . -- et 3fc-- - 5 -- 2 .$- a-.5 -r. .va ..--- t- - -- r.T F -- "' Tin $aRaB&mtiTTffi afTi TgfcKttawShSFija t..CiJ!.--, ' f " AT7iisy'yoaFgvmKniftf -rrrrraqr n ti itii very ,. -. .IT. II .. 'fnr - tt I mtttt 7- --- -m t v w- - nrrTni ,twt -- r !! n t - t--Jt, "" ' " ' .! " '- -t n1 . . H ' t v -- " . y-- ' ""' "" ' -- r- - This is not a sale of odds and ends or special lots, but is our own idea of a true Clearance Sale. We give our customers the privilege of selecting anything they want from the most comprehensive and highest grade stock of Dry Goods and Ladies Garments in Central Kentucky, at decided reductions. none less than 10 per cent reduction. This time there is more than usSome Goods are sold at ual to select from on account of bad weather. Attend this sale once and you will watch for it next year. half-pric- e, JUNE CLEARANCE SALE Beg ins June 6th. Ends June Terms Are Spot sp CastNo Goods Laid Aside Or Sent Out On Approval -- K $6.95 TAILORED SUITS 4b.u3 At this price we will offer choice of about fifty new Tailored All newest shapes all New York made suits all silk lined Navy and Black Serges, Whipcords and Novelties. Prices were $15. to $18.50, now choice for $6.95. Suits. All Other Tailored Suits and Siik $6.95 SILK DRESSES. Dresses at Exactly Half Price. WHITE DRESSES. We have about fifty excellent white Voile and Lingerie Dresses ranging in price from $6. to $30. and many Linen, Pique and Gingham Dresses from $3.75 to $20. and we offer any of these at a discount of ONE-THIR- D At this price we offer choice of about fifty newest style Silk Dresses in Foulards, Taffetas, Silk Serges and also French Challies and Serge Dresses. All desirable colors and reduced from $15. and $18.00, choice now $6.95. WASH GOODS SPECIALS 5c yd At this price we offer stripe Galatea cloth, was Cheviots were 10c. Printed Ducks were 2Vzc. from 15c: Printed Lawns were 10c. Shirting Printed Voiles reduced 2Yzc. I Ladies Furnishings. During this sale there will ba low prices on Gossard Corsets, Red-feand Warners Corsets. All kinds of Gloves, Neckwear, Hosiery, Jew elry and in fact everything a woman wears will go at reduced prices. rn 9cts yard. In this lot will be a great line of Genuine Flaxons, Linaire and Irish Linette all 18c goods, 56 inch Galatea cloth was 18c. Stripe Dress Linens were 15c and all the best Percale and Dress Ginghams. from these prices. - All- SILKS. Every piece of silk in our stock will be marked down for this sale and we offer some extra specials as follows, viz: 15c yd. Printed American HaTjutai silks reduced from 25c. 19ctS. 28 inch Silk Stripe Marquisette in navy and black, were 50c. 29c yd. Choice of all our 52 inch pure silk Foulards which sold at 50 and 59cts. 49c yd. Choice of our entire line of finest Waterproof Foulard Silks which sold frr 85c and $1. yard. " D Coats and Raincoats Less Than Regular Price. ONE-THIR- Silver and Cut Glass. Our entire stock of Sterling Silver Table ware, except Towle Mfg. Co's goods, all 1847 Rogers table ware, all Plated Silver, Comb and Brush Sets and all of our stock of finest American Cut Glass will be SILK PETTICOATS. Silk Petticoats will all be marked down. We offer pure silk Taffeta Petticoats at $1.25. Dresden Silk Petticoats at $2.50 were $6. Pure Silk Messaline Petticoats $1.75 and up. Halcyon imitation Mes-saline marked down for this sale. Household Linens. Very heavy pure linen German Table Damask 70 inch wide 68C yd. Choice of all best 85c Table Linens. 5ctS yd Genuine Stark Mills Crash Towelling. 38c dOZ. for 18 inch Loom Disc 'Napkins. 8c Hemmed Huck Towels 18 by 36 inch. 12 1-Excellent quality turkish towels. Full bleached and hemmed, size 18 by 34. Low prices on all Towels, Napkins, Table Linens. Sheetings, Cottons, Linen Lawns and Dress Linens. 2C petticoats 90cts. 52c yd. HOUSE DRESSES, 90c choice of all house dresses that sold at $1.15 Choice of all $1.50 House Dresses. $1 .50 Choice of all the $2. House Dresses. $1.25. - WHITE GOODS. We offer every piece of plain or fancy white goods at reduced prices, Flaxons, Voiles, Batistes, Linairs, Ratine, also our entire stock of Embroideries and Laces of every kind and all dress Trimmings' $2.50 Choice of a fine line of Gingham street dresses reduced from $3.75. Childrens Dresses at greatly reduced prices. A. B. Robertson fit Bro. Danville, " Kentucky . . A COMMON ERROR. ITCHING SKIN By Many No6. BUGKKXE. Mrs. B. Ray, visited her son Mr. Lige Ray at McCreary, last week. People at Mt. Hebron insune with Gaines. Mrs. J. S. Gilbert visited her friend Mrs. Houston at Paris, last week. Miss Beulah Hendren has been visiting her sister Mrs. R. C. Broaddus. Mr. and Mrs. Prentis Walker and children recently visited his sister Mrs. Kirby Teater at Loyd. Mrs. Preston and daughter Mrs. Duncan were guests of Mrs. Mary The Same Mistake Is Made Relief In A Few Minuies. - Lancaster People. joints. If the trouble comes from the neys. It's a common error To plast2r the aching back, To rub with liniments, rheumatic kid- to use Doan's Kidneys. Pills. Here is the convincing proof of merit Mrs. Rosa Lunsford, Rowland. Ky,, says: "I had kidney trouble and the kidney action was irregular. The secretions also contained sediment. My Drug Store. back pained me and my kidneys were sore. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and BUENA VISTA they soon made me feel fine. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they soon Mr. John Johnson lost a valuable made me feel fine. My back and kidneys are now strong. I gladly recom- horse last week of blood poison. Mrs. Alva Christopher and children mend Doan's Kidney Pills to anyone m It's time Yes, an itching, burning, irritated skin relieved the moment Zemo touches it. Zemo is a clean, soothing, healing wash, composed of Thymol, Glycerine, Witch Hazel, Boracic "Acid and other medicinal healing properties. Zemo relieves and cures every form of skin and scalp eruption, and if you are not entirely satisfied with results from the very first bottle, druggists will refund your money. Endorsed and sold in Lancaster by R. E, McRoberts & Son Dickerson last Thursday. Misses Stella Ford Ray, and Sallie Noel and Mr. Ray Noel, attended preaching at Salem Sunday and were guests of Miss Emma Sanders, j A Charming Woman. suffering from trouble." 'When your back is lame, remember the name. Dont simply ask for a kidney remedy, ask distinctly for Doans Kidney Pills, the same that Mrs. Lunsford had, the remedy backed by home testimony. 50c all stores. n Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Foster-Mil-bur- BKYANTSV1LLE Miss Edna Berkle has been visiting Mrs. Burdett this week. Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess visited in Lancaster this past week. The protracted meeting closed at the Methodist church Friday evening. Wm. J. Allen, a G. A. R. of Whitley county is in Garrard on a prospective tour. Miss Bessie Singleton's spring school will close Friday, she had a very suc- cessful term. People at Buena Vista insure with Gaines. Mrs. John Johnson and children of Louisville are visiting her sister, Mrs. C. C. Becker. Miss Mabel Dunn of Noblesville, Ind, is expected soon for a visit to Miss Mayme Lee Ballard. Mr. Jess Perkins from Louisville Dental college, spent a few days with his brother J. W. Perkins in Nashville Tenn. Mis3 Bessie Singleton will leave SatTenn. Mr. Rufus Moss and family, Mr. Allen, Miss Bessie Singleton and Ralph Sunday. Mrs. Hogan Ballard has been spending the week in Nicholasville, she went to attend the "Luncheon" given by Miss Sallie Hoover for Miss Annie Mason and jSbea guest at the Mason .. Denny wedding. urday for a few weeks visit to her sister Mrs. J. W . Perkins of Nashville, Scott formed a pleasant party to the National Cemetery at Camp Nelson I HP " containing about 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 thi3 fall. Residence Phone TERMS as follows: Purchaser will be Office Phone 31. required to give bdid for the fulfillment of the following terms One-ha- lf LANCASTER. KY. cash Jan. 1st, 1913, balance in equal payments in one, two and three years, bearing 6 per cent interest. of last week. A lien will be retained on the land for lung hemorages, and was very weak Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rogers and son the deferred payments. At the same and rundown. For eight months I was i unable to work.. Death seemed close Elwood of Danville, Mr. and Mrs. place and time will sell personal propon my heels, when I began, three weeks George Rogers of Marcellus were with erty consisting of the following: ago, to use Dr. King's New Discovery. Mr. and Mrs. Grow Sunday. Implements. Mr. Curtis Wilson and sister of But it has helped me greatly. It is 1 Cultivator, 2 double shovel Succeed when everything lse fails. doing all that you claim." For weak, f Crab Orchard have been the pleasant plows, 1 disc drill (superior), 1 smooth-- In nervous prostration and female sore lungs,, obstinate coughs, stubborn 3 Snests of their cousin Miss Katherine ing Harrow, 1 disc harrow, good as weaknesses they are the supreme Temcdy, as thousands have testified. colds,, hoarseness; la grippe, asthma, 1 Vanderpool for several days. new, 2 turning plows, 1 steel roller, 1 FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND or any throat or lung trouble Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Montgomery and hay rake, 1 clipper seed fan good as STOMACH TROUBLE its supreme, 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle children of Lexington have been the new, 1 fodder sled, 1 corn sheller, 1 j it is the best medicine ever sold free. .Guaranteed R. U. McRoberts recent guests of Messrs W. B. cutting box, 1 farm wagon. 1 hay over a druggist's counter. & Son. and J. M. Vanderpool. frame, 1 top buggy, gear,- hdusehold i.m Gaines. But Electric Bitters always prove a Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Christopher godsend to women who want health, spent Sunday with friends near Hanley beauty and friends. They regulate Misses Nancy May and Grace Ison Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify are visiting at their grandfather's S. the blood; give strong nerves, bright N. Ison. eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety Mr. Tom Eason and family of skin, lovely complexion and perfect spent Sunday with his brother health. Try them. 50c at R. E. McE. A. Eason. . Roberts & Son. Mr. J. W. Askins was called to Bur-gi-n Mt. Hebron Sunday by the illness of his son in law Rev. T. T. Walton. People at Buckeye insure with Gaines. Miss Nanny Leathers and little neice Rev. Gash of Burgin will preach at Bessie Leathers of Faulkner spent last this place Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. week with Mrs. W. "H. Duncan. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Grow were with Mrs. Frank Bogie, Mr. Nelson Bogie Mrs. Belle Pherigo at Lexington Friand family all of Lexington have been day. Mrs. Geo. McQuerry of Little Hick.visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Ison and family man spent the latter part of last week Messrs Raymond Hawkins and John with Mrs. J. I. Crawford. Stone gave the "Passion Play" in Mrs. H. R. Montgomery and children moving pictures at Brown's Chapel were guests of her mother Mrs. Mary last Friday evening, a good audience 1 J Sanders Saturday and Sunday. was present. Messrs H. R. Montgomery and Chas. j Duncan delivered some hogs to C. A. Wins Fight For life. Arnold last Friday at 7 and per lb. It was a long and bloody battle for Messrs Marion and E. 7c MontC. life that was waged by James B. Mor-sho- n. gomery Mrs. A. S. Dean and son of Newark, N. J., of which he Jrvine attended the Nicholasville Street writes: "I had lost much b'ood from :fair a part Har-rodsburg 1-- of Somerset are with relatives here Mrs. Marshal Scott and children were guests of Mrs. Lane at Nicholasville. Mr. Conn Asher of Paint Lick is the guest of his cousin Miss Lelia Barnett. People at Bryantsville insure with is one who is lovely in face, form, mind and temper But its hard for a woman to be charming without health. A weak, sickly woman will be nervous and irritable. Constipation and kidney poisons show, in pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. m 1 team extra good Mare Mules, well broken, 1 team extra good As administrator I will on, Mare Mules, 1 Governing Candidates by mare in foal, 1 harness mare, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12th,.1912. 1 harness gelding, 1 yearling sell to the highest and best bidder the filly by Lord Bourbon. farm of R. M Robinson, 'iee'd, situaCATTLE AND HOGS. each of ted in Garrard county, Kentucky, on 9 yearling steers, extra good ones 61 the Lexington and Danville pike, and a lot of other young cattle, 3 extra miles northeast of Danville, 7J miles good milch cows with calves by their northwest of Lancaster, i mile west of The Record. sides, 5 sows and pigs, 1 good male Camp Dick Robinson and 2 miles hog. southeast of Bryantsville, consisting of For further information call on B. F. 175 acres more or less. This land adRobinson, Marcellus, Ky., or G. B. joins 'Historical Camp Dick Robinson, Robinson, Danville, Ky. Sale to begin one of the most noted agricultural dispromptly at 10:30. Dinner will be tricts in Kentucky, noted especially on ground. 1. Ballot Box will be opened every Monday at G p. M. and tlj for the raising of hemp and Burley to- served B. F. ROBINSON, Ad'm'r. land is in the highest bacco. This votes therein counted and the ballot box resealed by a committee ol state of cultivation about 70 acres in Capt. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. cultivation, the remainder in blue grass two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be a part of which is virgin soil. The imsubject to public approval. The result of each week's count shall be provements on this farm consist of a good modern frame residence published every week and the candidate's name and her standing with water works and an to appear. bath room with all necessary outbuildings, such as a good barn, buggy house, hen house, ice house, gran- Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two miles 2. All votes are ary, cow barn, once each month by the contest mancorn crib with wagon shed attached, cattle barn, from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike ager. Any candidate can get the consent of contest manager "at any the very best of fence, a deep bored R. E. well with wind mill in perfect conditime to inspect or count the votes, tion, a concrete tank of sufficient capacity to water the entire farm with 3. Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the the purest and best mineral water, it also has a never failing spring cenCoupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. trally located. On one corner of this farm is located a store-rooand a cottage with good stable and 4. Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is nomnated other outbuildings, and in the store is the postoffice of Marcellus. There is in regular form on one of the coupon ballots. The contest manager realso the best blacksmith shop in the county within 200 yards, Pleasant serves the right to reject the name of any undesirable candidate and to Grove church within 150 yards. This limit the number of entries. place will be offered in two tracts 1st t the farm and then the store property Public Sale. furniture and other articles too numerous to mention. HORSES AND MULES. RULES and REGULATIONS for the Grand Prizes offered the Merchants in connection with Central -- r Registered Jersey Bull te Foxy Alex 103717. 200-barr- el ed HENRY. m J R BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are obtained from any of the following sources; Coupons appearing 5. on any 4 handbill, dodger, form-lette- r or card issued by or coupons given for trade at our store. and thrown out by the judges. All others shall be declared void 6. No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be per- Electric Bitters mitted to enter the contest. 7. All votes must be deposited, in the ballot box in the presence of the contest manager or some one appointed by him. In casting a number of votes at the same time they must be neatly tied together or w hay-fev- er placed in a small envelope. Votes on newspaper subscriptions may be cast personally or by mail. 8. Any candidate may solicit votes Mont-Igome- ry - many District they wish.-- . . v; - S " -- lS Xr M, . J"--- t? v.- - f V- - ' - J- - H i ii iPfiniiiWi j 'ii i Him diwr'M ' ii iwhn' i run i'w if Uiwi wa .tin mi There I1 I Even An Art To Cutting Prices from $8.50 to $10.00 ! I Skirts worth reduced to See Rack Display. o Our entire line of Ladies Muslin Underwear Reduced. SILKS worth reduced to $1.00 HfJ and $1.50 1 4liaB' Must Move. Our entire line of Summer Fabrics can be purchased at values worth au ana Zbc marked down to I J 39cts while they Ladies Suits worth To last r T J j "- - Those pretty 15c Lawns are moving fast at $27.50 and $30. reduced to$15.50 $12.50. lQcts. See Them. Prices Very Reasonable. i x Xl Fancies in the Newest Materials reduced from $22.50 and $25.00 I I We are Cleaning Up on all Spring and Summer Merchandise at Very Low Prices. JL JkeL i&3 J Uw "jrajr&jrv4srvu&,&auFVL3?13Ei 3rnsiksrvsfsBBSfmj7Ajaap musfvmna MERCANTILE Lancaster, The Exclusive Ladies Store Of COMPANY usa? feMHBseyia.gn SHE'D USE ALL HIS MONEY. I I ft ri - 4 . t ?? 1 VI here at the Baptist church next Sat- all the avenues, branches and walks in urday. life. Men and animals are now judged I HjaOSSUP Miss Ella Thompson, of Danville, is by what they are, or what they can do. "He walked with God, and he was not, I visiting Miss Hallie Brown. for the Lord took him". Miss Sarah Daniels, of Paris, is the Who is there worthy to take up his guest of Mrs. John M. Mount. mantle? A Brief Mention of the Comings and This tribute is from Jone who knew Miss Mary Walker is at home from a Goings by Those W Are Interested In. visit to Mrs. J. C. Hays, of Stanford. him intimately for more than fifty .lAW.3rMg'.fci-J- 3 gTgePW years, and a relative. Miss Patsy Kinnaird leaves next Dr. Burnett has purchased a bran Miss Lena Palmer of Stanford was a j week for a visit to friends in Middles- boro. i new Buick runabout with a great many visitor in Lancaster Friday improvements over the old one he sold Mrs. J. M. Mount was called to Miss Patsy Kinnaird has been in Stanford by the illness of her mother, recently. Stanford visiting Miss Cooper. ALSO . W. J. Romans, J. E. Stormes and Mrs. Lynn. Miss Minnie Brown is in Nicholas-vill- e Judge Ford are experimenting with a Mrs Jack Adams, Misses Pearl Bet-ti- s visiting the Misses Hanley. coat of oil in front of their piemises and Callie Adams were in Lexington Miss Bernie Lear is in Madison at on Richmond street. Should it prove the home of her aunt Mrs. Louis Ross. Wednesday. a success many others will follow suit, f Mr. and Mrs. Elrado Tudor of MadMiss Virginia Beazley is in Stanford The Tobacco Outlook. for a visit to her aunt Mrs. W. W. ison, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Prather. It is estimated that by the end of Hays. Mrs. Fisher Herring of Preachers-vill- this week 75 per cent of the Garrard Ware McRoberts has gone to Atlanta HfBBPS-- e was the guest of Miss Lily Dale county tobacco crop will be set. The s course in pharRio to take a I acreage is figured to be about 25 per Grant Tuesday. macy. cent larger than that of last year and Mrs. Arthusa Currey is in Danville Mesdames Ed Price and Mattie P. will make a yield exceeding 5,000,000 Frisbie visited relatives in Danville for a stay with her daughter Mrs. pounds. The plants are unusually fine Fisher D. Gaines. Saturday. and large, and those set by hand and The Quick Meal Mailable Asbastos and Granite lined Miss Katherine Locke of Barbours-vill- e Miss Edna Kavanaugh is at home by machine are in a thrifty condition is visiting her aunts Misses Kate from a years study at the Deaf Insti- and are growing off nicely. to prevent rusting. tution in Indianapolis. and Lillian Kinnaird. Grow Hair At 65 Years.Of Age. Dain Sweep Rakes and Stackers. Something new. Be Fred P. Frisbie who is traveling for Mrs. Preston Atchison and children Dear Sir- - "I heard of PARISIAN Mr. a popular New York jewelry firm is at of Lynchburg Va., are guests of sure and see them. SAGE and my head would itch a good and Mrs. R. H. Batson. home for a vacation. deal, I thought I would try it. I never Dr. Wm. E. Barton, of Chicago, was Mrs. Quincy Gray and little daughter used any remedies before and was bald "? O. "P. BffjTKHT 7T here Wednesday the guest of his sister on top of my head. of Connersville, Ind., are guests of 11 Mrs. G. M. Pattersen. Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Walker. I am using the third bottle and have V 9 Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Herndon and a lot of hair where I was bald. Mrs. Osee Huffman, of Louisville, I would like you to see the new hair is visiting her sister Mrs. M. D. Hughes little son, of Danville, were with Mr. and Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson. sprouting from my head. The itching and other Lancaster relatives. Mrs. Henry Moore and Miss May in my scalp quickly disappeared. I am Co Miss Janey Terrill spent Friday in 65 years old and have been at the BaStanford at the home of her cousins Powell left Wednesday to visit in zaar 51 years. Berea and attend Commencement ex. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Walker. Wm. A. Hopper, Auctioneer Hark-nes- s H3 ercises. . Bazzaar, Ninth & Samson Sts., 3 Mrs. Frank Duerson and sister Miss Mrs. Emma Higginbotham left a few Philadelphia, Pa. J& Arabella Bogie of Mt. Sterling were days since for a month's stay with Large bottle of PARISIAN SAGE 50 i here for the Mount-Wilso- n nuptials. her uncle Mr. James McDonald of cents. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts es i . j & Son for dandruff, falling hair and Misses IjOu j. ijrant andi Mamie Douglas county Illinois. We make a specially of yxrur needs and Stormes Dunn were guests of Dr. and Mrs J. H. Dalton was in Lexington scalp itch. Puts life and beauty into K Mrs. A. S. Price of Stanford Friday. Wednesday and was accompanied home faded hair and is a delightful hair dress write a policy especially adapted for your by her daughter, Miss Mary who has ing. Mr of Louisville and property. It will pay you to investigate our o Mrs R.E. T. Minor of Witchita Kan- been attending College. A. Camppell sas are visiting the family of Mr. John special policy. j YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. WE ARE SELLING CHEAP Walter A. Wood - People vee bout CowEase CTradc Mu'x KcsiitcrcttJ MEANS MORE MILK fico the cotv, J ,&ND MORE MONEY fortfcatarocr BinriprQ fewfiR and Muwx & Harness per KiSS THZ iaanfactare3 by CARPENTER-MORTO- N AT REDUCED PRICES COMPANY Boaton, Binder osro Something New in stoves. J ;.ls,, u. 9. A.. e, R. E. McRoberts & Son. The Tall One Have you a bank balance? The Short One Yes. but I can't tell which side it is on. I let my wife take my checkbook this morning. While out with his affinity Ills face gretv strangely palo; A friend said. confPenUally. "Your wife Is on your trail." Birds of a Feather. "Don't you like to go en a lark now and thea?" "Well, occasionally, I do so on a XpV seven-month- Non-Ski- d trtstonsi Tires positive security SoU bV Perilous Situation. Supreme by test of hardest service", are the cm against skidding on any kind of road, at all seasons ofth e year. muuw I ra wUs ah Dealers rv yJaa ! bat." Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Attantiaaa B6iyyriai! an mmm mW AtQ2.ffi CCJ.'SA rT Vi. a & hj laJLJ. 44 afc, CURES s. -- Notice! Poultry Raisers . - w Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, sckcuh Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry ox"rr e for yeats and tlunL t tKe best Mbs Kat'e Bryant. DardsJown. Ky., ayj: "I tavepwd poultry remedy macle. 1 1 cures capes asd limbenieclc vilhout fail." dropped down the Mlpf a eapmj Will Coomes. liarditown. Ky.. lays: "One drop of Recfpe 4-- 1 cKcken kills the worm and re!ieea the chick instantly. It is the best preveatiye 1 hae ever rued." E,4J -- ,.n7 m vt 1 o r i Imm Johnson. r Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. "He Walked With God, And Not, For The Lord Took He Was KEMPER Garnett Kemper. C& WOODS, R. G. Woods. Mr. S. M. Carrier of Madison and cousin Mr. Hiram Rehm have been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. V. AH kinds n Him." of garden plants for sale. Ball & Holtzclaw. J Rob!. Crume, Eardstown, Ky. SOLO DY 8c Price 50c at all Drasistt. R. E. McRoberts Son. PAINT LICK, KY. O D5 Carrier. Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. " HARTFORD, "Aetna, National Of Hartford. We Write Any Kind of Miss Lillian Cochran left this week When I took up my pen to write to visit her cousins Misses Alma and this article, I was reminded of a song Margaret Lacky who are students at that I used to hear sung at the church Georgetown College. I attended when a boy, many, many Mrs. J. R. Mount entertained at a years ago, a few lines of which still handsome dinner party for Mrs. Eldred cling to my memory, and run about as Roderick of Jacksonville Florida the follows: guest of Mrs. John Mount. "Happy is the man who hath chosen wisdom's ways, Miss Sue Shelby Mason is at home And hath measured out his span to after a protracted visit to her sisters his God in prayer and praise. Mrs. H. N. Falconer of Philadelphia His God and his bible is all that he W. F. Logan of Wilkes-barr- e and A tribute to the Christian life and character of W. H. Wherritt. Plants. Plants. Plants. A Genuine Hair Restorer. manufacturers. Hair Restorers which are nothing more than Thee are many harmful chemical dye3, which do not grow any hair, the only result being that they dyed the hair, having no permanency and often causing a streaky appear- varietys. Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair? Get your prices on Perfection Oil There are many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it is Conn Bros. Stoves. probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their Automobile for sale 1912 model in perfect condition. R. W. McRobeits. Hup-mobil- e Tomato and sweet potato plants, all Mrs. George Smith. tf Office at National Bank. BEA2LEY & COLLIER Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. 'a larc - ta "v tifiFr ,m r n'niSn (MnaMMMriMFpj.Ldirtj. c!Epii m mMftk IHEflPfii pRjiiiH Lancaster, Kentucky. T m OF m fit lit T Ml IT . For goodness sake when a Cake you make use GLEN LILY FLOUR it is r; lite and while easy to rise, also makes h u excellant pies. We could make it cheaper but can't make it better. Use Glen Lilly Flour. Garrard Milling Co. I : lliilllillliBliIMrailigfljg ifrgfli7aiBf?gllnSlEai How about that tin Roof, or the ance. It has been the aim of the chemists for years to discover a preparation broken Gutter, tell'us your troble We which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, but will bring sunshine where there is desires. heretofore they have met with no success. Penn. clouds. Conn Bros. To holiness of heart and life he conProf. Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless vegMrs. Robert Brewer and little son Why dont you have that Binder and stantly aspires. etable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer and will grow hair and Robert "Walker Brewer of Chelsea, In poverty he is happy for he knows Mower Repaired before the time to does not contain any dye of any kind, but will postively restore the natural colOklahoma are expected this week for use them, we are prepared to take or and brilliatcy to gray and he has a friend. faded hair. a visit to Mrs. Brewer's parents Mr. Conn Bros, Who never will forsake him, and on care of your wants. This is a very strong statement to make and if any chemist without the and Mrs. Joel Walker. whom he can depend. Rock Screens, Ohio River Sand, recognized ability and national reputation of Prof. Rembler were to make this Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury is at home He rises in the morning and with the Crushed rock, Rex and Monarch fine claim we would be inclined to be skeptical as to its truth. It will be rememafter a stay of several months with lark he tunes his lays. cooking coal. Also a car of lime in bered by readers that are familiar with scientific discoveries that Prof. Remher daughters Mesdames A. H. Rice of And offers up his tribute to his sacks and barrels, and will sell any bler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding glass and also the RemRichmond, Ind., and Mrs. J. M. God in prayer and praise; amount. Kosmos Portland cement best bler wireless Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler is entitled to Staughton of Covington. consideration as he would not make any statements which were not true and he cheerfully re- on market. Then unto his labor H. B. Northcott. would injure his established reputation. pairs, One of the most elaborate social confidence believing that God will In The Siloron Mfg, Co. of Pueblo, Colo, have purchased the exclusive functions" for Mrs. Thomas Mosley We pay in full. hear his prayers." American rights to manufacture Sagine, as they have named Prof Rembler's Wilson was the "Luncheon Bridge" It helps us. invention, after having made a six month's test of Sagine and thoroughly degiven by Mrs. Robert Elkin at her Verily, these lines can truly'be apmonstrating that it would postively do the work. The Siloron Mfg. Co. have country home "Elkin Place." plied to the life and walk of Mr. Wher It helps you. trim-me- n authorized us to make the following remarkable offer to all who need a "GenElder F. M. Tinder has been deliver ' ritt. His lamp was always kept and there was noth- - Gaines the Insurance Man. uine Hair Restorer." and burning, a series of sermons every evening durThey will send a written agreement with every bottle of Sagine, to the He always f ing Pharisaical about him. ing the past week at the new Union Mammouth Cave. effect that if one bottle of Sagine conscientiously used according to the direchimself in the reverent position . church at Hyattsville. Large crowds placed Garrard County's trip to Mammouth tions does not give entire satisfaction to the purchaser; if Sagine does not acattended the meetings thus showing of a Christian, putting the God whom he worshipped in the exalted position Cave will be June 19th. The round tually grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, remove dandruff the high appreciation of the labors of prescribed by his religion and approach- trip railroad fare from all stations in and make the hair healthy and glossy, that they will pay the sum of $5 to any this popular minister. ing him in his petitions in that loving the County, $5.65 All expenses at Caye dissatisfied purchaser. This is the strongest ofTer ever made by any manufacturer and one they Ihe Reverend Japhn will preach at and confident manner in which a child hotel $6.50 for three days trip. the Methodist church next Sunday goes to his father. could not possible make if they did not know positively from experiment that it This latter amount includes your morning as the Presbyterian church is It is a great pity that there has not board at Cave hotel, and the several would do exactly what they claim for it No one takes any chance in buying undergoing repairs; Dr. Joplin will been more men in the churches like routes through the Cave, making the Sagine as it is certainly worth $1 to use a Genuine Hair Restorer that will grow deliver a discourse on "Measuring Our him, for the influence of such a life in expense for a grand three days outing hair, and if it does not give satisfaction they will pay you the 5 as agreed. Work" to a union congregation at the the community in which it is lived, is to the creat Subterranean wonder for Send a $1 bill to The Siloron Mfg. Co. Pueblo, Colo., stating. that you wish to Christian church Sunday evening., more potent for good to the cause of $12.15. The hotel has- been reserved purchase a bottle of Sagine with the written agreement to grow hair and reRev. G. A. Japlin State Secretary of Christianity than myriads of discourses for this particular date. Tickets on store the color to gray or faded hair or pay you the sum of 5- - and it will be the Sunday School organization arrives on theories or dogmas, however beauti sale from all stations. A specially sent to you by express in plain wrapper. The Siloron Mfg. Co. is incorporated under the Laws of the State of Colhere the latter part of the week to fully clothed in language and eloquent- conducted trip. Through coaches on the pulpit. This is a reeular mornme trains. Write or orado and refer you to the mercantile agencies or any Pueblo banks as to their' serve as conductor of the Garrard ly hurled from ability to fulfill any agreement they make. : Sunday School Convention critical age in which we live. The phone L & N Agent. County y standard of potency has.been raised in" THE SILORON MF'G CO., Pueblo; CoioV ' session which will be held as an all-da- - - -' :1 arjakl L&. jSy.-- t. A4.i-M- v 000CM00C00OOPCPOO0OC0C00tfO JFARMER'S COLUMN I Ri3n Farm and Road Improvement FATTENING VALUE OF PEAS For Use With Cattle Crop Probably Is Unexcelled Make Good Food for Horses "at Work. Usefulness of OIWHT Commissioner ' s Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. I 00008OCC900e0908 0M ! I 6000400000000004eo0 rfpaco below this beading Is for the exclusive U8S of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In two issues of the Eecoed, free of charge n 3EJ SOLVE CORNER POST PROBLEM grazing land. acres of well watered Use of Heavy Stone or Concrete Post I. M. Myers. Will Be Practically Everlasting-Met- hod Is Shown. R. L. Elkin sold to Joe Hamilton of Buena Vista a nice little two year old An old method of setting a firm corpony and cart for 150. ner post, but one not known by everyGreen Bowling bought 33 head of body. Is the "dead man" way, which by light heifers and steers at Richmond Is fully described and Illustrated Carl Brann, of Linn county, Kansas, court for $18.00 per head. In the Homestead. The corner post is 25 For Rent: set and the brace extended to the bottom of the second post In the usual Gases In Stomach Poison The Blood. way as shown in Fig. 1, but the guy second post Gas forms in your stomach because wires from the top of the pass on both sides of the brace and of the food you eat ferments and turns sour. Allow this fermentation to go on and these gases become poisonous and the poison gets into the blood. stomach tablets stop the MI-O-N- A fermentation almost instantly, turn the poisonous gases into liquid, and eliminate the poison mostly through the kidneys. If you have any stomach trouble such as gas, sourness, heaviness, flatulency, or shortness of breath, will give gratifying reliief in five minutes. They are sold on money back plan for acute or chronic indigestion nervousness, dizziness, headaches, sleeplessness, etc. Sold by R. E. McRcberts & Son and druggists everywhere for 50 cents a box. MI-O-N- A ' ! ! !C...("'m3i.',d'''ygfr' Fix. I. the corner post near the ground, and being crossed back of the post pass around a large stone or piece of durable wood buried in the ground. These wires are then twisted between tho posts to make them tight and hold firmly In place about the brace and corner post A corner so set cannot pull up. However, as the best galvanized wire will rust off in a few years in the ground the life of such a corner is not so long as may be desired. The use of a heavy stone or. concrete post set in the same manner without the "dead man" will be practically everlasting, but in many cases the cost of the stone or concrete There Is no kind of live stock on the farm to which peas cannot be fed with positive advantage when they are to be had at prices not too high. They are not commonly fed to horses, since they can seldom be spared for 3uch a use, but they make a good food for horses at work, and for colts during the period of development, if given as a part of the grain food. As a food for fattening cattle, peas Much of are probably unexcelled. tho success which Canadian feeders have achieved in preparing cattle for the block has risen from the free use of peas in the diet. During the first part of the finishing period they will be found peculiarly helpful in making beef, owing to their relative richness In protein, but they are also a satisfactory food at any stage of the fattening process. During the first half of the finishing period peas will be found superior to corn, but toward the close of the same, corn could probably be fed with greater relative advantage. Peas with oats or bran make an excellent grain food for cattle that are being fattened. Speaking in a general way, peas should form about by weight, of the meal fed, but, as every feeder knows, the relative proportions of meal used should vary somewhat as the season of fattening progresses. one-thir- (By PROF. THOMAS N. SHAW.) Hypatia When it was finally decided to tear down the old building In one back room of which Mr. Bellamy and several of his cronies had met on Thursday evenings to play skat and enjoy other festivities appropriate to the occasion, the burning question of the hour became what to do with the club house cat. "One of you fellows," said the man who owned the house and incidentally had owned the cat, "ought to take care of her. Hypatia Ib a good cat and fine looker. It would be a shame to turn her out into the street with no home and no friends. Bellamy, she has always been fond of you. What's the matter with your taking her?" "Me?" exclaimed Bellamy. "Me? Good Lord! My wife hates cats." "Meow!" interrupted Hypatia, and rubbed patches of her new summer garments off on the leg of his trousers. Bellamy softened at that mark of d, MAKES SLOPPING HOGS EASY Pen so Arranged That Animals Cannot Get at Trough While It Is Being Filled or Cleaned. I have a hog pen with trough so located that the hogs cannot get at it while It is being filled. To make such a pen take corner posts of 2x4 and nail on lengths of 1x4 or 1x6 for sides and PAINT 1IUK. Miss Callie Adams was the guest of friends here last week. Mrs. Jess Kauffman and children of Lexington are visitors here. Dr. McGuyre of Wilmore has been the guest of Mr. Geo. Treadway. Mrs. John White visited her daughter Mrs. R. G Woods last Friday. Misses Margaret Anderson and Jane Terry have gone to Shelbyville for a visit. Miss Flossie Tribble of Hyattsyille visited Mrs. Henry Riddleberger this week. Mrs. Walker Guynn has had for her visitors Misses Bernie Lear and Allie A yr kf (NtltlMvlMAAAwHl-llll- IES33EEJ i zs- FU. - L . . wJwTtVJ i Z. (shown in Fig. 2) has been successful where it was impossible to dig deeply. Three posts were set at a distance of ten or twelve feet apart. Then the brace and guy wires were attached to the second and third posts in the manner usually employed between the corner and second Russell Fish posts. A guy wire was run from the Mrs. C. E. Williams and children top of the second post to the corner of Madison Indiana are guests of Mrs. post at the ground and a stout board or 2x4 nailed to the upper ends of the I. C. Rucker. posts. The wire of Mr. Conn Asher has been enjoying first and second the fence was then stretched to the his vacation by a weeks visit to relasecond post and wrapped around it. tives and friends. The space between that and the corMiss Hardrick who attends Normal ner post was closed with fencing school at Richmond visited with Misses boards or wire, as was most conveStella and Loula McWhorter at their nient. home Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. B. M. Lear and daughters at- MAINTENANCE OF GOOD ROADS tended the marriage of Miss Mayme Ramsey at Stanford last week. Miss Cannot Be Kept In Proper Condition Unless Kept Well Drained and Alma was the fortunate lady to "catch Free From Holes. " the following method post, or some other consideration, makes the plan impracticable. The W For Feeding Hogs. ends, writes N. S. Widders in the Missouri Valley Farmer. Make the usual V trough and nail securely to the bottom board at one end of pen. Instead of boarding up the pen tight at the trough end leave an open space the length of trough, with a board across top and bottom, then make a gate and hinge to the top board on the inside. Take a short length of stout wood for a latch and bolt to the second board of gate, with one bolt. When you want to fill the trough turn the latch until it misses the trough, push tho gate in till latch is beyond trough, then turn latch to upright position again. The hogs cannot bother you while you are cleaning the trough or pouring in the feed. brides boquet No earth road can be maintained in good condition unVss it be so conBUCKEYE. structed as to drain well, and unless It be kept free from ruts and holes. The best method of maintaining an I have just closed a select school of earth road, especially a prairie road, an enrollment of twenty-nin- e pupils at is by tbe systematic use of the road drag. A sand road is never good unGuns Chapel. I have felt a d interest in my work as I am to labor der any circumstances, hut certainly among the same pupils in the fall is not improved by crowning. A sand school. I have never seen a body of road is at its best when moist, so it should be left fiat No one wants a children show keener interest or be sand road, so, If possible, clay should more imbibed with the progressive be added to, and mixed with the sand, spirit. They have indeed been lovely making what Is known as a sand clay children, endearing 'themselves to me road. by many kind little attentions. AlongThe old way, and It is used today by side of their patronage, I have appre- many, of filling a mud hole with brush ciated the hearty cooperation of trus- with a little earth on top, cannot be tee and parents and cordial hospitality too strongly condemned, and Is only permissible in cases of emergency, shown me in their homes. when It Is Impossible to drain the hole The ice cream and strawberry supper or to get sand or stone to fill it. The of the M. E. Church at Guns chapel overseer or foreman should in dry was a success beyond expectation. It weather center his work on such was served indoors from long and pret places until the road Is raised to a tily decorated tables. The massive bo- - sufficient height to drain well. Many quets of pink and white peonies inter- overseers have brush hauled two miles cepted by numbers of appetizing: cakes. to fill a mud hole, when sand Is withwith the bountifully served ice cream in shoveling distance of it community If farmers do not take a and strawberry enabled one to pay the Interest In the improvement of the fee of fifteen cents ungrudgingly. The roads and put their shoulders to the yard was well lighted and arranged wheel we will surely remain "stuck with seats, canoped by the huge trees In the mud." of a century's growth carpeted by the soft spring blue grass, made it a peer Manure and Silage Corn. less place to loiter from the sunny afTwenty tons of corn silage an acre ternoon to the wee small hours of the were harvested last fall by George 1. Hyslop of Ohio. He uses It for fatnight. tening cattle and hogs. The most The church at this place is in a very interesting thing about this yield is delapidated condition. Its members in that It is the result of proper utilizathe face of discouragement; being a tion of barnyard manure. The masmall church, feel that they must have nure shed has an important place on a new one. The proceeds of the Ice the farm. Cream Supper will be appropiated to this cause. The other denominations Function of Barnyard Manure. are treating this proposed church with Barnyard manure is very essential consiperable interest Lancasterians In garden making because it furnishes both plant food and humus. It also have not failed to aid, The Record's reading friends of Prof. warms the soil and makes it easier L. B. Ray may be interested to know qnd cheaper cultivated. It cannot easthat he was recently married to Miss ily be dispensed with. Edith Wilkerson of Bloomington Indi-- . Squash Bugs. anna. He and Miss Wilkerson ' became Squash bugs may be trapped by layacquainted about three years ago while two-fol- LIVC SrTP.CRi A hog simply will not be responsible for poor fences. There is no better place to raise pigs than in a good pasture. Even the hogs like a variety of feed and will do better if they can get it. There is no animal that responds so quickly to good feed and treatment as the pig. How much per bushel can be made from wheat by feeding to hogs? In what way should it be fed? Almost every wrong act of the horse is caused by fear, excitement or mismanagement, said a great horseman. The individuality of each horse should be studied, and the feeds supplied to meet individual requirements. Feed roughage to the stock before giving them grain, as It invigorates and excites the digestive apparatus to action. The pure-bresire and a dam of the same type of as good blood as It is possible to get will usually bring a desirable colt Be sure to have some disinfectant to use on the young colt's navel when he arrives. A half minute at this time may save the colt later. In eight years out of ten the hog feeder will make money. In one year he will lose and in one break even. This is the year of the even break. Twenty acres of corn put into a silo is said to be worth more than 30 acres put in the crib. This is quite an item, especially when feed is so d promptly replied: "Railroad wreck." We asked him why b6 preferred railroad wreck and he made the following rejoinder: "If you is killed on de railroad, dar confidence. yo' is, but if you is drowned in de "Never mind, old girl," he said, "I ribber, whar is yo'?" Mack's National won't go back on you. We'll go up Monthly. to the house together and see what we can do." Not in the Dictionary, Bellamy carried Hypatia home in a A teacher was reading to her class hat box. Mrs. Bellamy viewed the and came across the word "unaware." bundle with suspicion and alarm. any one knew its meanShe "What have you there?" she asked. ing. asked if Bel"Just a little surprise," said One small girl timidly raised her lamy lamely. hand and gave the following defini He raised the lid of the box and Hypatia, released from her unwonted tion: " 'Unaware' is what you take off the confinement, jumped half way across last thing before you put your nightie the room. on." Harper's Monthly. "A cat!" she cried. "Why, JJarvey. that is a cat. What did you bring her A Ready Giver. here for?" "I annroach you in a worthv cause. "To kill the mice," said Bellamy. "Mice?" she echoed. "Why, there Mr. Titewad. We want to raise $100,-00- 0 a prominent philanthropist offers isn't a mouse about the place." "There ain't?" said Bellamy ex- to contribute a quarter of it." "Oh. well." sa.d Mr. Titewad. hasti citedly. "Great Scott, haven't you heard 'em? Why, the way they ram- ly, "I don't mind giving another quar page through the walls every night ter. Can you change a half?" Houseplaying golf and baseball is enouqh keeper. to wake the dead. I haven't been able to sleep for a week on account of the A Quick Luncher. racket. That's the reason I got Hy"Out to luncheon back In five minpatia. I want her to kill them off" utes," read the sign on the door. So for one night at least Hypatia "Are you sure he will be back that was permitted to enjoy the hospital- soon?" asked the anxious caller. ity of the Bellamys. The next morning "Yes'm," said the wise office boy. Bellamy took his time at dressing. "He ain't got the price of a His wife, being curious concerning the lunch in his clothes. welfare of her unwelcome guest, preceded him to the store room where POOR FELLOWl Hypatia had been quartered for the night, and cautiously opened the door As Hypatia rushed out she looked in and straightway sounded a ringing Bellamy bolted down call to arms the hall from one direction and the cook from the other. "What is the matter?" they asked. "A mouse!'- - responded Mrs. Bellamy, weakly, and keeled over against the wall. Bellamy held the rodent at arm's length and flourished it by the tip of the tail ti iumphantly. "What did I tell you?" he said "Didn't I say the house is alive with them?" "Yes," admitted his wife. "It's funny I never heard them, though. I suppose we'll have to keep Hypatia another night now. Immediately after breakfast Mrs. Bellamy summoned the janitor and pointed to the moribund mouse. "Henry," she said severely, "what is that?" A look of consternation overspread the big Swede's infantile face. "A maas," he gasped. "A maas. Whare you gat heem?" If the cultivation of mice in a pri vate apartment Had been the height of human ambition Mrs. Bellamy could have betrayed exultation no more complete than that which thrilled her voice as she replied: "Here. Right here in our own flat Gerald I understand that, other I want you to clean out my storeroom up my carpets and rugs and things being equal, a large wheel reand take than stop up all the rat holes. The things volves more rapidly your a small one. head must Geraldine How will eat us alive if we don't get rid of hum! them." Although the bewildered Swede Love Song of the Office Boy. worked until bedtime tearing up car Oh, Phyllis, dear, if I could be pets and moving furniture, neither On your typewriter but a key mice nor their means ot egress and inI think that I should faint or such gress were discovered. Nevertheless With joy, beneath your gentle touch! that night Hypatia slew two more of her hereditary foes. One In Need. "I am going out this afternoon to Father Why did you spend that look for a flat. I can't stand it to be quarter I gave you? eaten by mice," said Mrs. Bellamy. Bobby I helped a little boy who She really did start, but she had wanted some candy. got no further than her own hall door Father Oh, that's all right Who when she met a boy who wanted to was the little boy? ten-minu- Moses' Choice. On being asked which manner of death he thought was preferable, being killed in a railroad wreck or drowned, Moses, the colored servant, John R. Kelley et al. Plaintiffs, Against, L. Wm. B. Henry et al Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at the March Term 1912, the undersigned commissioner will sell at public auction before the court house door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 Offlice at Sweeney'!, Livery Stable. o'clock A. M. or thereabout on Mon! Lancaster, -- -- day, June 24th. 1912 it being the first Kentucky day of the Garrard Countv Court Term. the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, to wit;-I- n OOOPPOOOO)0ooooo Garrard County, Kentucky, and being in two tracts. First tracti-Beeining at a stake in a branch, corner to ! James and W. H. down the branch with James line S 71 W 10 of QUALITY. poles to a box elder S 55 E 14 poles to a beech S 30 W 5 poles to a stake in I Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Dr. R. n- Lee;-then- ce Cut Flowers said hollow S 27 W 10 poles S 8J W 11 oooaXttoooxK,ftntin)oeocnniu)igugc poles to a stake in Back Creek S 56 E 35 poles to a stake in head of hollow and in John Sanders with his line N 32 W 20 poles, N 24J W 16 poles to a walnut in a hollow;-thenN 12J W 1 poles to W. H. Lee's corner;-thenc- e his line down with the hollow S 78 W 25 0 poles N 85J W 9 poles N 71 W 9 poles S 89 W Doing I0 poles S 60J W 2 poles S 1 E 2 poles S 86J W 2 poles to the beginning, con- Going to the newly fited up Barber taining 24 acres and 23 poles. anop. Tract No 2 Adjoins the 24 acre tract The Old Reliable Barber. on the east, also Bettie Logan on the east and on the West and North by W. HENRY DUNCAN B. Lee, on the South by Web Kelly and contains 10 acres. Richmond Street. Terms: Said property will be sold on a credit of six and twelve months, and the purchaser will be required to exeIW. cute bond with approved security for 8-- 10 4-- 10 Ware McRoberts. line;-then- ce ce 2-- 10 jEverybody Is Doing It What? A. 3-- - W. to W. H. Brown M. C. G. C. C, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent LANCASTER, KY. from date of sale until paid and a lien will be reserved upon the property . Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. until the purchase money is all paid. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. R. H. Tomlinson, Atty. the purchase price, having the force and effect of a replevin bond payable ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. ... Musical Sands. J j. vv. Musical sands have been known for 1,000 years and It Is believed that there is a reference to them in one of the tales of the "Arabian Nights." But nature produces much finer reStanford Street. sults. There is the Mountain of the KENTUCKY. Bell on the shores of the Red sea. LANCASTER. which makes extraordinary sounds and boomings when the winds set the Office Honrs Office over countless millions of particles rubbing Sa.m to 12. lp.m. to 4. Stormes" Drug Store against each other and vibrating. owiiiiiNiii LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE. Facts. A. Face Retenoid. l adies Delight. A. Freckle Remover. B leaches the Skin. A. labasterlike Effect. mooth, velvety skin. T onic for Face Muscles. R. ejuvenates Your Youth. O f Great Beautifying Power. L, ovelier Facial Appearance. B. :e DENTIST. Phone 65. Salter. Lancaster, Ky. H. J. TINSLEY, Kentucky. S County Surveyor. PHOXE KS-- J. Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. Lancaster, Alabastrol In the last two months we sold 1,852 packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because it is the most perfect production of its kind on the market, universally indorsed by users. Removes Freckles, Sunburn, Tan, etc. Allays chafed skin and is the Ideal Combination Cream E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. and powder. None give that soothing, cooling feeling as Alabastrol and whose use is so much appreciated. It acts on the face not unlike a refreshing, cooling Spring Morning. We guarantee it to be satisfactory in every respect. Mailed to your home in generous size packages and in plain wrapper for 50 Offiice over Logan's store. Cents Silver. No Samples. Residence Phoue 75. Office Phone The Siloeon Mf'g Co., Pueblo, Colorado' DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. 6 just cannot get into the bank. Quincy Herald. The Reason. Everybody knows why a woman who goes shopping in a hobble skirt has to have everything charged. She H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Convict Makes Odd Request. A convict in the Auburn, N. Y., prison who has 13 years yet to serve, asked the warden for a time table. In reply to the warden's question as to why he wanted it, he said that he M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss .Arnold's Millinery. might be able to identify the train3 as they pass through the station, and know wfiat train to take when his time is up. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. high. Begin to break the colt early if you would have an easy time with the work and a horse. A is easier to break than a well-broke- n two-year-o- ld four-year-ol- d. both were students at the State University there. Miss Wilkerson is described as a young woman of rare popularity exceedingly cultured, handsome and of queenly manners. Prof. Ray kept his homefolks informed of the approaching nuptials but with that exception, it was a susprise to everyone. He has been lately elected to the of the city school system of Paragonld, . Ark. Prof, and Mrs" Ray spent their honeymoon at Eureka Springs, Ark, thence to Little Rock to look after some school interests. After this they will begin housekeeping at a home purchased prior to his marriage. Miss Ruth Ray. cy When pure-bre- d swine are kept for breeding purposes they should be giving shingles near the plants. The bugs en every opportunity for bone and will be found under them early in the muscle development, rather than the morning. production of fat. to see him about?" she asked. "Oh, nothin' much," was the vague reply. Mrs. Bellamy opened the door to the widest limit. "Little boy," she said, with seduc tive graciousness, "wouldn't you like a dish of pudding and some fruit?" "Yes, ma'am," said the boy. She entertained him for half an hour. As a result of the Interview she abandoned her intention of looking for another flat. "I am glad of that," said Bellamy that evening when appraised of her decision. "Where is Hypatia?" The distilled sweetness of Mrs. Bellamy's voice was positively cloying. "I gave her," she said, "to little Billy Moses. He was up here this afternoon to see if you want him to deliver any more dead mice, and to collect for those he has already furnished. He says his father's shop is overrun with them, and I thought he might find Hypatia useful." see Mr. Bellamy. "What do you want Bobby Me? Money's Sex. Tommy, Saved! "I refused to be operated on, the morning I heard about Cardui," writes Mrs. Elmer Sickler, of Terre Haute, Ind. "I tried Cardui, and it helped me greatly. Now, I do my own washing and ironing." E63 Will Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Phone 194. French Preacher Now, what is money in French? Office over Police Court. ".Argent." "Good; and what gender Is it?" "Feminine; money talks." Satire. "Do you understand the cause of the girls' quarrel?" "Why, I was told it was six feet tall with broad shoulders and a drooping mustache." A Common Cause. TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co We have moved to East Water street one and block East of Lexing ton avenue. All orders called for and Phone 340. delivered. one-ha- lf Inanimate Fun. The Scissors You haven't much or a head. The Pin Maybe not, but we pins have our fine points. Doubtful. "Whom are you" going to get score your new opera?" "I hope it won't be the critics." Take CARDUI on h. W. Faulkner, Mgr. Fruit and Shade Trees -- - The Woman's Tonic to Cardui is a mild, tonic remedy, purely vegetable, and acts in a natural man-nerthe delicate, womanly constitution, building up strength, and toning up the nerves. In the past 50 years, Cardui has helped more than amillion women. You are urged to try it, because we are sure that it will do you good. At all drag stores. Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses Peonies, and Phlox. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest yon Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Serious Thought In Last Line. The wedding bells ring gaily out, Astonishing. Of rice a perfect torrent pours; Inappropriate. "James, I wonder how you can sit "Why do you have minor keys in Kind friends their words of parting shout. there and look me in the face!" Meanwhile the cost of living soars. military music?" "So do I, dear; but it's surprising this "Why not?" what a really bold, brave, reckless bid "If it is an army march, it ought They Don't Speak Now. man can do." P. L L. Gladys (just twenty-two- ) to be all in major keys." This is ray birthday, Mabelle. Guess how old A Different Thing. I am? Force of Habit. "Whom is that pretty young widow Mabelle Oh, I'll guess twenty-six- . Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two mile3 'I hear that has been apGladys Not very good. Four year3 mourning for?" pointed a judge. That will never do." out of the way. "I am sure I have no idea." from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike "Why not?" Mabelle Well, dearie, I wanted to "She Is wearing very deep black." "All his previous influences will inbe sure and be on the safe side. "Oh, that's for ber old husband." duce him t.q favor, the recall."' " Judge. Registered Jersey Bull r Y Foxy Alex 103717. ex-act- H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky, . . . R. E. HENRY. T f'VfVi, U.ifc.l- -. 'vj. ?. &- - s r ?'? J vr&s3Ui Kr " --2-n 3& V& ., -- &