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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 14, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912061401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 14, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. " X.W- - - " Jt j tt . 1 , CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAH. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912. Farmers Union Speaking. R. L. Barnett will address the mers of Garrard county at the court ?: house in Lancaster on June 24th, county c court day, at 1:30 o'clock p. m. in the the Farmers Union. Mr. f. interest of Barnett is from Paducah, Ky., and is the State Secretary of the Union and should have a good crowd as his talk will no douht prove interesting. farNotice To Teachers. A NUMBER 10. Strenuous Week. Change In Standing Of Contestants In Two Of The Districts In The Record's Great Contest Noted This Week. "R r WCIH53 vi r ij v Zx. ' 3? 19 j u -- S KKStK a -ESS VEy t: VSJ T ra i" i K K3 Hj3 ES3 E53K3 ETI22 EPSSj iv A Lj K W p&j Ev p 9 n n CSi B c i t.5 As the new law requires the con- The people of Lancaster in general, old and young, had a strenuous week of it last week. They were afraid to miss attending the Street Fair for even one night for fear they would "miss something good" and in consequence they are all tired out. The attractions carried by the carnival Co. were above the average, the music was splendid, and above all the best of order prevailed, not a brawl of any description disturbed the week. Hard On Judge Roach. 1 SIB ft IMP ft? If gHK $p sv t mil & if ? Sf r iiije I, l r. E- -a ECT3 M J rj. ii a u J? "& f a a he based on grade of certificate and ex- penence, teachers are Hereby notiheu J?k to state this clearly in applications for positions in order that there may be x no delay in making out the contracts at the Board meetings Saturday Jun2 29, when all teachers will be elected. tracts for teachers salaries to ti r .. .. ... I r Brown Cultivators, Owens- boro Wagons. Sechlers and Post Buggies, Majestic Ranges, Jewel Stoves, Perfection Oil Stoves, Poultry Netting, Wire bcreenin to? Screen Door, Window Screens, Boosting Their Fair. A delegation of Harrodsburg gentlemen headed by Rodney Keenon and Clel Coleman came over Saturday to attend the Street Fair and to endeavor to secure that attraction for a "midway" during their county fair. These gentlemen are enthusiastic over their fair this year and say it is going to be the best ever. Manager Littlejohn was unable to give them a definite answer until he could hear from some other parties with whom he is in correspondence. Knights Of Pythias To Build. The Kentucky Court of Appeals in a recent decision denied the right of a county attorney to employ assistant counsel to assist in the prosecution of litigation in behalf of the county. The case in which the decision was render ed was from Mercer county and involved the right of the county attorney of that county to employ assistance, the case at bar being one in which Judge B F. Roach had been employed and a fee of $G,000 had already been paid him. The case is what was known as the "school book case" and the Mercer Circuit Court was appealed from in its decision. Judge Roach will now have to refund the amount paid to him. Sunday School Convention. With the contest at its height and nearly three months yet to run the interest seems to increase rather than diminish. .Change in the line up both in the Bryantsville and Crab Orchard precincts are noted this week, but the young ladies in the Lancaster precinct occupy the same positions as last week. Friends are rallying to the support of the fair entries, and not a contestant but has a number of warm friends and admirers working in their behalf. Each and everyone of them now recognize the fact that if 'they would hold their positions, they must allow no grass to grow under their feet, must be untiring in their efforts' Following is the standing at the last count: LANCASTER DISTRICT. 264,834 Mary Eliza Holtzclow Mae Powell 1 TrrDlM JJiii . u draught, i 1 1 tin I Kate Ham Katie Mae Dickerson, Alline Thomas Jennie Cox OraPrather Sallie Anderson Lillie Croucher Lillian Estes Beulah Mae Beazley. Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Cistern Pumps, Filters, Pump Repairs. We can saye you money on the above, call and let us prove to you that we have the best pla.ce in town Mrs. U. D. Simpson has sold through Hughes & Swinebroad, a strip of ground 33 feet in width between her home on Richmond street and the Opera House to Messrs J. W, Elmore and J. R. Haselden for $1500. Almost $30. per front fool, this looks pretty good for Lancaster real estate. The W lot extends through to the alley. We f understand that Messrs Elmore & & j Haselden bought this lot for the local lodge Knights of Pythias, and that V vh they will in the near future erect a (Oj lodge room and home thereon. j t x - -- to get a bargain. itrJil iS Lancaster. ffWCU Ky. C' V iUrfrsuZV Q5f531C-si-3',c-N3'rryotr "Richard G. Pettus. 30. a farmer of Garrard county Ky. and Miss Jessie McKechnie, 19, Lincoln county Ky. ?;were married in ofJolferfconville Friday m tv night by Magistrate James S. Keig- win." The above notice appeared in f j$? Sunday's Courier Journal. The young coupie are wen Known in vjuituiu anu f unjoining counues. The bride is the T daughter of the late Squire James Mc- Kecknie of the Hubble section of Lin-coin county and is a young lady of at-' tractive personalty and many ac-complishments, while the groom is a ..,1 j. .i.,t,F V? 'j prominent r uv i.mn.. ... uuuuiu wuu fmav nnrl near Preachers- t$ horse fancier residing &! 'ville. The Record extens heaity cor. g & Ms "Dick" Peltus Harried. ft a ? ! I $j X I i Rella Ruble Mary Belle Halcomb reports from the various surerinten-dent- s Flora Ruble showing the Sunday schools in Blanche Stone the county to be in a flourishing con- Ethel Onstott dition, and many useful suggestions Pearl Preston were made for the work in the future Pearl Shearor by Rev. G. A. Joplin of Louisville, Clodie Speaks who is State Secretary of Sunday Ophelia Montgomery School Organization, and who acted as Sallie Ham Maggie Norris Conductor of the meeting. Annie Osborne Abandoned His Stock Of Goods. Ollie Crawford CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. On last Saturday night chief Herron observed several men acting in a sus- Mrs. Dave Newland 224.271 d picious manner near the Lillian Garner 216,355 at the street fair, and he conclud Ruby Parrish 213,764 ed to watch, nor did he have long to Mrs. Dove Garner 179,566 wait, following in the wake of a man Mamie Holman 141,377 who took more ground than was abso- SusieButt 13S.3S4 lutely necessary to walk, he spied sev- Ida Lee Campbell 125,01S eral men on the lower end of the lot, Cecil Garner 66.364 and made a charge in that direction; Eva Fletch 37,168 the party dispersed with great haste Mahala Howard 26,525 upon seeing him, not even taking time Bertha Rogers 20,646 to gather up their stock in trade. The Bessie Reynolds 14,800 chief found a small. grip containing two Mane White 8,174 quarts of "bottled in bond" and unmis- Jewel Francisco 8,100 takable evidence that a bootlegger had Sadie Catler 4.078 been working his trade. No use boys, Nell Davis 1,322 this trade cannot thrive here. 1,030 Ruby Cress 1,000 Hattie Bogie R. M. Robinson Sale. 1,000 Nancy Napier The farm and stock of the late R. M. Circuit Court begins Monday. Robinson was disposed of at public outcry on Wednesday. A large crowd was Excursion In Hard Luck. in attendance and the spirited bidding The L & N Sunday excursions are was kept up throughout the sale. The playing in hard luck this season. The live stock commanded a good price. We did not get the sale in detail but a one to Cincinnati Sunday did not reach fair sample of the prices realized is Lancaster on the return trip until bethat a pair of G year old horse mules tween six and seven o'clock on Monday brought ?432. and a pair of 4 year old morning and as a consequence the regumare mules brought $425. The farm lar morning train from Stanford to of 174 acres which includes the store- Maysville was about three hours late. house at Marcellus now occupied by Jennings. King & Cable, was sold to a Mr. Mrs Mary Lusk Jennings died at the Edwards of Wagersville, Estill Co. at Wil$132.25 per acre. Capt. Ike Dnnn cried home of her daughter, Mrs W. I. liams in Tulsa, Okla., at 11:30 o'clock the sale in his usual happy and success- style. A bountiful dinner was spread on the morning of June 6th. She had been complaining for abont six weeks for all who attended. merry-go-roun- The county Sunday School Convention which was held at the Baptist church on last Saturday was the most successful meeting of its kind ever held in the county. The county secretary, Mrs. Mattie Duncan, had by her untiring efforts succeeded in having a splendid attendence. The work of the past year was thoroughly gone over, .. .'.... 239.445 199,580 1G5.786 76,112 47,703 29,298 20,979 20,010 19,500 16,500 I IMJ 1 if illfit i S E m M A Deering Binder is the ligMest last longest and is easy to operate. BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. 5:01,550 Mary Ellen Farley 199,325 Osa Coulter Lucy Campbell Give Us Your Order Now. 1 ulossaMay Teater 197,650 177,700 166,050 160,800 148,500 138,725 126,400 124,900 114,900 120.065 118.600 113,900 114,625 111,500 111,325 HA&FLftF a .&? 2ri Mi 2 lifgj MMmMm T&m&.&ligMn2M ml z&r V '& JS9 rZJLv 'Sf 3 sS 33 E3 E V7W -- . ON - fj j0 iHL 4 if ifi? 37 sl H.T.Logan's Great Sale continued until 1 Our immense stock of m. & lj E m . tpi fsGBB&S& n tmtofstim mwm W 11 ll ga Pp Hh3 1 9Q at the Mercy the people. Cost will not be considered. Greater and better bargains than we have ever offered. Come with the Cash and buy goods at of half price. V Tf JLJL Lancaster, ' Ky, mmmsiiMsxmimmsgBSikm but nothing serious was apprehended until the day preceding her death, when she was taken violently ill. Stomach A St. Louis physician has discovered trouble with other complications occaswhat he terms a sure cure for hydro- ioned her death. phobia. This may be true, but we are The deceased was a daughter of the a firm believer in the adage that "an late Judge Samuel J. Lusk, one of Gar ounce of preventative is worth a pound rard county's most distinguished citiof cure," and we think this a verv op- zens, she was 73 years of. age and was portune time to get a dose of the preborn in Garrard county, where she re: : : ventative. One dog has already been sided until about eighteen months ago, heard of as having rabies in this viciniwhen she went with her daughter and When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. ty, and we think that the dogs of the to reside in Tulsa. The de town should be rounded up and license ceased was the relict of the late Mr. tags provided for them so we may know Henry Clay Jennings,'to whom she. was Good For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered "whoswho." There. are a number of married at the age of 25 years. She is worthless curs in and around Lancaster survived by one son. J. Bradford Jenthe farmers flocks suffered severely nings of Pecos, Texas, and Mrs Wood I VOTE FOR. from them last winter, and now we I. Williams of Tulsa Okla., both of In Piano Contest. face the later danger, the fear of some whom accompanied her remains to Lanof them contracting rabies and running caster, she is also survived by one sisanuck. Lets take some steps to thin ter, Mrs J. M. Frazee, of Maysville, them out. Kentucky. There was not a better known or Lancaster Must Stand For It. beloved and respected more generally All the happenings within a radius of lady in Garrard county than Mrs Henry Any fifty miles of Lancaster are being Clay Jennings. Born and raised here, chronicled in some of the daily papers a lady of culture and refinement, she under a Lancaster date line, which had endeared herself to the entire comYou like from, our makes it appear to the world at large munity, and many were the regrets exthat the occurrences transpired near pressed when she took her departue timber piles. No need Lancaster, when in fact they actually for the west. Mrs Jennings Had antici or, . EJ V I t'lM M l jw occurred in the remote part of some pated with a greBt deal of pleasure a to spend time in look nj m r-adjoining county. Murder cases com- return to her old home here during the ing for good ones. VmJI ing up in the Lincoln Circuit Court, summer. She with Mrs Williams and OW i. happenings up and down the Q. & C. the children had already engaged rooms S Every stick in the Wvt aaw i o Vi ... j Mk n 'im i nia railroad and last but not least the kill- and had expected to come here about pile is sound, season- ing of a rattlesnake in Junction City, July 1st to spend the heated season, all have a Lancaster date line, when, and were to be joijied by Mr. Williams i&ffx&pw j able and straight. unle3s some of the snakes conjured up a month later. But it was otherwise in the diseased brain of some unfortu- ordained in so far as Mrs Jennings was Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's nate who had been having a little too concerned, He had prepared a home for much of the "Mail order brand", had her to which she was summoned. why you should get the best which means getting them Her remains were brought here on has never within our rattles, there here. recollection been a rattlesnake within the 11 o'clock train Monday and taken the city limits of Lancaster. Goodness to the home of Rev. F. M. Tinder, at knows we have enough to stand for 3:30 o'clock on Monday afternoon they with our own troubles without having were conveyed to the Christian church, it appear that every crime within a of which she had been a lifelong memradius of four or five counties occurred ber, where after services by Eld Tinder they were interred in the Lancaster 3 near Lancaster as the dailies would cemetery. An Ounce Of Preventative. Three Car Loads Now Going at Great Bargains. w. OMANS. GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES son-in-la- w P-- - - - Take Beam ( rv ?&iim&:J& miSy" 2zJ.kz mmwMmi i rj...! I J iMmTi, ! -- i I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. il f,g, i -.- . Circuit Court begins on Monday, and that when Judge Sullivan made the with its beginning comes the conven- charges they could be depended upon as being true. The Advocate reitering of the grand jury, that incorporated. investigating body whose duty it is to ates that if-- Congressman Helm will $1.00 a year". Issued Weekly. investigate the commission of crime in violate his sacred pledge made over GREEN CLAY WALKER. EorroR. 1 the county. This body always works his own signature in the presence of at a disadvantage as to the lesser crimes reliable witnesses, he will more quickly Entered At the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky. they have no cognizance of the crime violate any oral pledges which he as Second-ClasMail Matter. itself in the first place, and then they makes to the voters of the district. Member Kentucky Press Association do have they do not know always just WE CALLED HIS HAND. who to summon in order to locate the and The Advocate defied the Interior perpetrators of the crime. Eighth District Publishers League. courts Journal to name something which Now in the interim during the recesses we hear many complaints Congressman Helm has actually ac Lancaster, Ky., June 14, 1912. about these minor offenses, windows complished during his term of six years have been shot out of school houses, in Washington. Editor Saufley answers Rates For Political Announcements shooting upon the public highway, run- the question by saying that the AdFor Precinct and City Offices ....S 5.00 ning of horses to the imminent danger vocate is trying to cause the voters to Helm is a 10.00 of your wife and family who chance to think that Congressman or County Offices 15.00 be driving, crap games, drunkenness, "nonentity." We never said anything For State and District Offices 10 disturbing of religious worship, infrac- about a "nonentity" and we wonder For Calls, per line 10 tions of the fish and game laws and how the word happened to come to For Cards, per line For all publications in the intervarious other minor infractions against Editor Saufley 's mifid. It is trusted est of individuals or expresthe peace and quietude of the communi that the thought of the "Tall Sycaindividual views, per sion of ty in which you dwell. Many of these more" does not bring to mind such 10 things you know line Now words. However, we knew that we of and deplore. 05 just how badly do you deplore them, had asked a question that could not be Obituaries, per line bad enough to be willing to have them answered. In order to get away from Journal ANNOUNCEMENTS stopped? Very well, the remedy is at the subject, the Interior charges the Advocate with having op hand, come forward and report these For Congress. things to the grand jury, and let the posed Governor McCreary for the Democratic nomination. We defy We are authorized to announce Jack perpetrators be brought to justice. The grand jury cannot indict unless Editor Saufley to show wherein the Chinn a candidate for Congress in the Advocate opposed Governor McCreary. eighth district, subject to the action of they have some information upon which It will be as hard for the Interior the Democratic Primary to be held to indict, and the court cannot act un Journal to show that the Advocate opless the grand jury returns an J indictAugust, 3rd, 1912. ment. Come in and act the part of a posed McCreary for the nomination as to announce Hon. good citizen and help rid the county of it will be to show that Congressman .We are authorized J. A. Sullivan a candidate for Congress lawlessness. Don't hesitate because Helm has earned an amount equal to in the eighth district, subject to the it is your neighbor's son", if your his salary for the district the past six action of the Democratic Primary to be neighbor cannot prevail upon his son to years. held August 3rd, 1912. quit his meanness, let the law have a The Interior Journal is anxious to try at him, perhaps by that means he know the inspiration for the articles We are authorized to announce Harmay be persuaded to abandon his evil which have appeared in the Advocate. vey Helm as a candidate for Congress ways. In answer to this query we desire to in the eighth district, subject to the say that we have been actuated purely " action of the Democratic Primary to be Whether it be "Steam roller" by patriotic motives to see the Eighth held August 3rd 1912. methods, or whether the Roosevelt Congressional District represented by people failed to make out their much a man of ability and strength. It is For Commonwealth Attorney. vaunted cases before the Nation Re- generally known to be true and generWe are authorized to announce Emmet publican Committee, we are unable to ally conceded that this district comPuryear as a candidate for Common say, but up to this time Teddy had mands less respect in Washington than wealth's attorney, subject to the action only been awarded one measley vote any other in the State. We believe of the Democratic party. by that assembly, in many case? the that Judge Sullivan could put us on The Record Is authorized to announce members of the committee who were the map. He accomplished more for be favorable to the Rough Madison county and the state of KenW. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candi- supposed-tdate for the nomination for Commo- Rider voting for the seating of the tucky as representative of that county nwealth's Attorney, subject to the Taft delegates. The title to twenty during one term of the legislature than three Taft delegates in Kentucky were Congressman Helm has accomplished Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. validated by the committee, and in for the whole district of ten counties Fcr County Judge. the eleventh district one delegate in six years. We defy Editor Saufley We are authorized to announce Clay- which was accredited to Roosevelt was to show that the foregoing statement ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- placed in the Taft column, thus so far is not true. The Advocate has abso ty Judge of Garrard County subject to in the deliberations Taf ts strength in lutely nothing to gain in this fight Kencucky has been increased from 23 save the redemption of the Eighth the action of the democratic party. to 24 and Roosevelt's reduced from 3 Congressional district. The duty is We are authorized to announce to 2. The delegates at large headed strictly a patriotic one. We take it James A. Beazley as a candidate for by Senator Bradley were winners with for granted, judging by the tone of County Judge of Garrard county, sub- but eleven dissenting voices in the Editor Saufley's article, that Congress ject to the action of the Democratic committee, while the eighth district man Helm is paying space rates for party. delegates were winners by a vote of 35 same. In this connection, we desire to state that payment for space (save to 17. For Sheriff. his official announcement) in the AdWe are authorized to announce C. A. Postmaster General Hitchcock has vocate would not be accepted from Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of expressed the opinion that the Parcels Judge Sullivan on account of his past Garrard County, subject to the action Post measure will be passed by the labors for Democracy. His incessant of the Democratic party. present congress. Mr Hitchcock has efforts to secure the election of the We are authorized to announce been a very active advocate of this whole Democratic sicket last fall, his Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff measure, claiming that its passage liberal contribution to the campaign of Garrard county, subject to the ac would make a material reduction in the fund and his patriotic labors in draft present high cost of living. The bill ing the party platform securing the tion of the democratic party. as proposed provides for parcels post passage of bills carrying out the We are authorized to announce W, service throughout the country, both pledges in that Democratic platform L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard on rural and city carriers routes, con- are all the pay that we want or would county, subject to the action of the solidates third and fourth class matter accept. democratic party. and provides a charge in the city and YET THERE IS SOME DOUBT. rural servics of 5 cents per pound fof At the same time we can't- - keep For Assessor. the first pound or fraction and 1 cent We are authorized to announce Dave per pound or fraction thereof, the maxi from doubting about Congressman Helm paying for his space in the InC. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor muui weight being eleven pounds. terior Journal. His past record along of Garrard county subject to the acSenator Bradley has been "chosen to this line is not "inspiring," if reports tion of the democratic party. make the speech seconding the nomi- are true. During the Democratic We are authorized to announce Mr. nation of President Taft for the presi- campaign last fall against the common E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi dential nomination at Chicago. A like enemy, Congressman Helm made the nation of Assessor of Garrard County, honor was conferred on the junior smallest donation of any Democratic subject to the action of the democratic senator from Kentucky in 1880 when congressman in the state of Kentucky, party. he seconded the nomination of Gen. although financially he is reputed to be We are authorized to announce J. B. Grant and again when he was called wealthier than most of them. It is Collier as a candidate for the nomina upon to second the nomination of stated on good authority that at cam tion for assessor of Garrard county, Theodore Roosevelt, who he is now op- paign headquarters there was talk of returning his contribution on account subject to the action of the democratic posing for a third term nomination. of its meagerness, but at the sugges party. Governor McCreary has appointed tion of a clerk the paltry sum was used We are authorized to announce W. Henry Lawrence of Cadiz M. L. Con-le- y in buying stamps. Judge Sullivan, L. Huffman for a candidate-fo- r assess of Louisa and Daniel E. O'Sullivan merely a patriotic Democrat, not only or of Garrard county subject to the of Louisville to be Members of the worked day in and day out for the action of the Democratic party. Board of Prison Commissioners. Sena- success of the party, but contributed tor Hubble who was thought to be sure to the campaign fund more than four For School Superintendant. of one of the places, failed to land, times as much money as Congressman We are authorized to announce Miss however he took the matter philosop- Helm. Does this not bear out the Jennie Higgins as a candidate for hically with the remark that "every- cnarge mat congressman iieim was a School Superintendant for Garrard body could not have one of the offices." weak-knee- d supporter of Governor Mc county, subject to the action of the Creary and really wished to see his de feat accomplished? Democratic party. CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES The Central Record tri-annu- S s Wire Drawn Tungsten ELEGTi?I6 LAMP FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong a I I it light. STORMES DRUG STORE (xxx3!) xxX0)3sm (&0rf&M&yixm Mj&m&Mt&Emm&i&i&RL iMnlilhli $ Si BUY YOUR 1 ft; HON. JERRE A. SULLIVAN. Hon. Jere A. Sullivan, candidate for census of 1900, which showed a o the Democratic nomination for Congress in this district, is a man of large business and political experience and is thoroughly equipped to occupy the responsible position which he seeks. He was born near Richmond during the Civil War. While the subject of this sketch was very young his father died leaving a widow and seven children in poverty. The mother inspired the children earlv in life with a desire for a good education and all of them responded and used every honorable effort to secure the same. Judge Sullivan was educated in the common and private schools of Richmond until he entered the Freshman class of Central University Irom which institution he graduated with the highest honors of his class. During vacation he usually worked as a hand on the adjoining farms in order to secure funds with which to purchase books and other necessaries. Shortly after his gaduation he served as deputy county clerk and deputy circuit clerk of Madison county and at the same time read law under the late T. J. Scott, who subsequently became circuit judge and was one of the ablest lawyers and judges in the State. Judge Sullivan completed his education in the University of Virginia where he studied law. After being admitted to the bar, he formed a partnership with Hon. H. B. Herd, who shortly thereafter located in Fort W orth, Texas, where he had made a great success as a lawyer and business man. In 1885 Judge Sullivan was nominated and elected county attorney of Madison county without opposition Again in 1890 he was without opposition from either party. Toward the end of the last term, he announced that he would not be a candidate for a third term on account of the growth of his practice which required all his time. His record as county attorney was progressive in every particular. He helped in the movement to extend turnpikes, build bridges and improve the county along all lines. Although often requested to become a candidate, Judge Sulljvan declined to make another race until 1907, when he became a candidate for representative of Madison county at ed degree of illiteracy in Kentucky, set to work to improve the educational system of the State, or rather readjust matters so that the people would get advantage of the immense volume of money that is being expended annually for the cause of public education. With others, he helped establish two normal schools, and by his efforts the high schools were founded and even Judge Sullivan's strongest opponents, who have seen the results, must admit that his ideas were correct and that his work will eventually take Kentucky out of the illiterate column. Kentucky was almost the last State in the United States to establish a normal school. Practically from the time he was admitted to the bar Judge Sullivan has been recognized as one of the ablest and most successful lawyers and has been counsel on either one side or the other of every important suit at the Madison bar. His practice has extended to many other counties and into the Federal Court. He has at all times been recognized as a progressive citizen, possessing sound, comservative judgment and is one of the most successful business men in Kentucky. By his own industry, starting in poverty, he has amass ed a splendid estate and upon the removal of J. Stone Walker from Richmond, Mr. Sullivan was chosen presi dent of the State Bank and Trust Company, the largest financial institution in Madison county. Shortly after his admission to the bar, Judge Sullivan became secretary to Gov. McCreary during his race for Congress. Later upon the election of Grover Cleveland he was tendered the position of first deputy under Collector Bronston, but declined as he preferred to continue his law work. He has been elected chairman of the Democratic county committee of Madison county repeatedly without opposition and likewise a member of th Democratic State Executfve-CommitteHe has also served as a member of various State campaign committees. He drafted the Democratic platform which was adopted at the convention in Louisville and upon which Gov. James B. McCreary and his splendid ticket won such a crowning victory last November. Then, after Gov. McCreary had changed an 18,000 defeat to a 31,000 majority, Mr. Sullivan was asked by the new Governor to prepare measures which was to carry out the platform pledges. This he did, spending several months in the patriotic work. Practically all of the pledges were enacted into law by one of the I S icOrsm, Ice f 1 Sherbets, Butter, Buttermilk and Fish from the 1 8 glMflllfrll'SMJMlMlirllMi B. F. HUDSON, President. I m Cream ery. BnasnTSlBM'i filial J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. T Te Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. Rigney, SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. Business Solicited. J. S. Prompt Attention. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. e. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R, $Surp!us 25,000. Pres't, S. C. Book-Keepe- DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice For Jailer. Subject of Spirited Debate Between The THOSE EXTRACTS. the solicitation of hundreds of his fellow Democrats. He was again nominated and elected without opposition. He went to the legislature not to play politics but to frame, introduce and have enacted measures that would improve and advance the State. He introduced a bill requiring the inspection of State banks on a similar basis with national banks, but the measnre failed to pass until taken up by the last legislature. Although not a member of the 1912 legislature, he drew the bill which was adopted. Under this law, a depositor feels that the State bank is as secure as a national bank. Judge Sullivan after examining the School Contract Awarded For The Erection Of The Handsome New Greded School Building. J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent. YOUR BUSINESS. best legislatures Kentucky has ever' had. His great service to the party actuated hundreds of his admirers in the Eighth Congressional district to call up on him to enter the race for Congress, realizing that he would be a great force at the national capital and would in the language of Jack Johnson "bring home the bacon." electric lights in every room, a swimming pool and ice factory, and many other improvements. His stock of garden sass is in its prime, and the yellow leg fryers are without limit, so all who go there may expect to be royally fed. Many guests from a distance have already signified their intention of spending their summer at Crab Orchard. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey. J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. I We are authorized to announce Jack Danville Advocate and The Interior Journal Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar rard county, subject to the action of The speech made in Lancaster recent the Democratic party. ly by Judge Jere Sullivan in behalf of We are authorized to announce Dave his candidacy for the democratic nomiRoss as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- nation for congress, in which he severe rard county, subject to the action of ly criticised Congressman Helm, an acthe Democratic party. count of which was published in the Record, has brought about a spirited Fer Magistrate. debate between the Interior Journal of we. axe autnonzea to announce Stanford, which paper espouses the John N. White as a candidate for cause of Mr Helm, and the Danville Magistrate, in the first district of Gar Adyocate, which takes Judge Sullivan's rard county, subject to the action of end of the argument. The following article appeared in theAdvocate of last the demecratic'party. Saturday, which goes to show that the we are autnonzea to announce argument is growing pretty pithy: "Our good friend, Editor Shelton M. WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag Saufley, of the Interior Journal, denies istrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the editorially invery strong language the charge made by Judge Jere Sullivan in democratic partv. his speech at Lancaster on county We are authorized to announce Ship-- court day that Congressman Harvey ton H. Estes as a candidate for Mag- Helm had pledged himself not to op strate, in the first district of Garrard pose Judge Sullivan, provided Sullivan county, subject to the action of the would not oppose him four years ago. democratic party. In commenting upon the charge the Advocate stated that coming from a We are authorized to announce man of Judge Sullivan's standing it Charles C. Becker as a candidate for should be taken seriously. At that Magistrate in the second district of Garrard county, subject to the action time the Advocate was not fully posted and so stated. Since that tim.e we of the democratic party. have taken the trouble to secure the We are authorized to announce Tay- facts and are prepared to state that lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- Judge Sullivan has in his possession a istrate in thejwjecond district of Gar- pledge signed by Congressman Helm rard countywbject to the action of in the presence of witnesses. So the -- ' the democratic partv. Advocate was enrrpnfc nhpn if ntnol r 2. No xt no bolter, and when once The contract for the erection of the laid they nsake a thoroughly f School handsome new Graded Common roof, neither of which can and building was awarded Monday night to be claimed for the wood shingle. Mr, O. P. Raymond of Cynthiana Ky. As to price they cost no raore than a good wood shingle, end in some p!ac they cost much less. There were four contracts whose bids Roofs put on 26 years ago ate es good as new today, and have neva needed repairs. were close together, but Mr. Raymond Kentucky Press Association Holding knocked the plum. The contract will Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. be drawn by Mr. Webber the architect Summer Meeting At Olympian ' and when it is completed in detail and Better Look Out Boys. Springs. signed we will give the prrticulars in The old time habit of disturbing the full including the contract price. stillness of the night by the firing of The Kentucky Press Association be5 pistols is being to some extent revived June 14th Season To Open At Crabi gan meeting at Olymits in Lancaster by a few drunken hood pian Springs Tuesday morning, Col. W. Orchard Springs With A lums whose idea that is of having fun B. Haldeman presiding. Col. El Polk oo far no arrests have been made, not Grand Ball. TnVirorM rf T .Mliftrillo marla fVia Qr1flricn C3 that the parties are not known, but of welcome in behalf of the residents ? . because it is desired to have conclusive .The 1912 season will open at historic i ana trie management ot the hotel, and. ' v sell" evidence of their guilt before any old Crab Orchard Springs June was responded to by Col. Harry Som steps are taken. The days when you 14th, and at night there will be a grand it mers of the Elizabethtown News. could "shoot up" Lancaster with im- ball, in which all the belles and beaus About thirty papers of the state are punity have long since gone by, and of the surrounding counties are ex- represented. The business sessions are the parties who are seeking to revive pected to be present and take part. liberally interspersed with various kind this detestable custom are fairly warn- The Carrico Orchestra & Concert Co. of amusements provided for the entered that if they persist in the habit of Louisville are to furnish the music, tainment of the assembled guests. We that they will eventually come to grief, and they are said to furnish the best very much regret that illness of the and when they are arrested, which is brand of orchestra music in the state. members of the force, and a rush of but a matter of time if they keep it They will remain at the Springs dur business prevents the Record sending a up, they will be shown no mercy, but ing the entire season. Manager Willis representative to this meeting. will be dealt with, so severely as to has spared no expense to make this teach them that this is a progressive the banner season for the famous re For Sale Good McCormack binder, g rjry ., W and a civilized age. sort; he has installed a light plant, used two seasons. Phone 162. storm-proofire-proof Mid-Summ- er interior journal pumisnes some extracts from the Advocate, boosting Helm in his fight against his Republi can opponent. in tnis connection we wish to say that we will still be for him if he gets the nomination. But in a snort time alter tnose articles were printed, and after we had contributed money to his campaign fund. Con gressman Helm showed his "gratitude" by violating promises made personally to one of the editors of the Advocate. If he will violate one promise will he not violate another?" ne o TTinrfvii'. ku ' '' Sv fc Hiim vw - Mffl& &'i:i'? &3i3!$&Li&9 E U SB;i We will IJ Wwfftm&W'$ s,Jf 3 M:mf'x Y H. ' & AS!) RIGHT OVSROIDWOO I- f T7 "J W SHINGLES. For $1.50 Per Gallon you the to-Ja- ... 1 Best Paint of it. I I & if n made and GURANTEE every drop R. E. McRoberts C& Son. ja& . r -- f Vk qo.a, '.- yf-yirt- i r.l 9 " ' , .. : r-- rs . s-..- , r JULI Jttl ' : .- - tit - .-- -. :- - A COMMON ERROR. Notice Poultry Raisers Tk Same Mistake Is Made By bhiij s a . i T -- v -- 3 ! if Jr - ,r' It's time to use Doan's Kidneys Pills. Here is the convincing proof of merit dpn!t"want.'em began 'the girl who mother, I "I can't see," Mrs. Rosa Lun3ford, Rowland. Ky prqtesjted rtho . boy who likes to talk, "why the business of manicuj-ed',"Mfjj. end Guaranteed by J. Rob!. Crumc, Bsrdstown, Ky. Price 50ret all DruMlsts. says: "I had kidney troubln and the nails-arflourish wa"gping ;tp a party. '''Shiny being an interpreter"doesn't Oflllce atSweeneys Livery Stable. : :- - II SOLO BY awful "sissy. Why, Bill's never nowadays. I'm thinking of starting kidney action waa irregular. The sec -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky ha.dhis nails polished, and he said to out in it myself and I'm sure I'd make retions also contained sediment. My R. E. McRoberts &. Son. inter- back pained me and my kidneys were me just yesterday that he'd never a large income. I don't mean heard of anybody having to take a preting foreign languages, but just sore. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and 0rMC90Q090ooo90OC bath every day except me. I've asked plain English! they soon made me feel fine. I used Just then a light tap at her dojr every boy in this block and there "I have learned through gainful Doan's Kidney Pills and they soon 5! aroused her from her reverie, and she ain't a 'single fellow who has to take years of bumping my cranium against made me Ut!I feel fine. My back and kidsprang to her feet. The box fell from a bath mo're'n once a week. Now I've stone walls and I yearn to take under of QUALITY. her band and rolled under the table. got to taRe an extra one this after- my wing all the poor, bewildered mor- neys are now strong. I gladly recom- I Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair "Oh, it's you, Miss Fuller!" she ex- noon on account of Maybelle's party! tals who still think the words people mend Doan's Kidney Pill3 to anyone claimed, opening the door. and restore the color to gray or faded hair? Gee! I don't want to go to her old use express what they mean. I want suffering from trouble." "Yes, it's I," laughed a young voice, baby doll party. to pat them on the back soothingly 'When your back is lame, remember many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it is There are "Say, mother,, have I got to go? and murmur 'ThereJ There!' and the name. Dont simply ask for a probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their and a girl of about 20 came into the room. "And why are you sitting in Well, I think.it's mean having parties then explain to them that 'Do you like kidney remedy, ask distinctly for Doans manufacturers. wish I was lame, so pink chickens?' really means, 'We Kidney Pills, the same that Mrs. Luns-for- d on Saturday. The.-- are many Hair Restorers which are nothing more than the dark?" "I didn't realize it was so late," ex- I couldn't jdnnce, and then no girl came on the 10 o'clock train.' result being that had, the remedy backed by home harmful chemical dyes, which do not grow any hair, plained Muriel, as she turned on the want me to her party. I don't "For instance, Mrs. Gamboge calls testimony. 50c all stores. n they dyed the hair, having no permanency and often causing a streaky appear- light. She stooped to pick up the w.ould see why the. girls are always having you up over the phone some morning Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. ance. Lbox, but it had opened and the ring parties. and says, 'My dear, we're having a Doing What? It has been the aim of the chemists for years to discover a preparation had fallen out. "You sajs you're going to give me few people in to cards tonight and FI.ATUIHM) which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, but "That's a peculiar ring," she said, one to return all this hospertality! want 3 ou to come. I just got it up Going to the newly fited un Barber "and a beautiful one." Oh, say, mother, please don't. I don't on the spur of the moment it's only heretofore they have met with no success. Shop. Sam Will Cox sold his farm of 19 Muriel's face crimsoned. "Yes, it see what I've done that you're going a little informal affair. Oh, most inProf. Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless vegThe Old Reliable Barber etable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer and will grow hair and has a strange setting," she replied to give me a party. If you only won't formal, .my. dear, I assure you! Just acres to Wm Bryant for 300. "I've had. it a long time. A very dear do. it I'll be more careful about my a few friends! So glad you can come! W. II, Furr bought Wm Bryant farm does not contain any dye of any kind, but will postively restore the natural colHENRY DUNCAN friend gave it to me." English and I'll clean my nails and of 70 or SO acros for about 5C0.j or and brilliatcy to gray and faded hair. Richmond Street. "Would you mind telling me about my teeth every morning withhave "I've seen the time when This is a very strong statement to make and if any chemist without the it?" said tho girl, softly, and she scrub Eph Hammock bought a load of corn out your reminding me. I will, hon- dismissed the matter until just be recognized ability and national reputation of Prof. Rembler were to make this slipped her arms about the other's est. Why, if Bill knew I was going fore time to dress, when I would not from Alfred Owens for $4.75 a bbl at W. HI. claim we would be inclined to be skeptical as to its truth. It will be remem neck. to havea party he'd guy me terrible have even glanced at the shelf carry- the crib. by readers that are familiar with scientific discoveries that Prof. Rema niece of Muriel's bered Lois Fuller was ing my party gowns in boxes, but A. F. Edwards bought seven head of bler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding glass and also the Rem- landlady, and during the last year had "There's no use training me up for would hae picked out some high cattle from Mr Roberts for $112.50. Physician son. bler wireless Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler is entitled to frequently visited her aunt. Muriel society, 'cause I'm going to be a gold necked thine:. Probably I'd have just seen quite a lot of the girl, ior miner. Bill knows about a mine out worn my hair as I ordinarily do and consideration as he would not make any statements which were not true and had LANCASTER, KY. Wics Tight Fcr Life. nearly every evening during her stay in Nome or Nevada that's awful rich. would have taken a street car to get would injure his established reputation. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220 she had come up to Muriel's room. There's old "nuggets as big as foot- to the scene of the festivitfes. But It was a long and bloody battle for The Siloron Mfg, Co. of Pueblo, Colo, have purchased the exclusive Lois was expectant, and at last the falls and he and me I mean I and not now! life that was waged by James B. Mor- American rights to manufacture Sagine, as they have named Prof Rembler's other broke the silence. "I've never him are going out there as soon as shon. of Newark, N. J., of which he invention, after having made a six month's test of Sagine and thoroughly de- told any one before," she said, "but we're 16. There was one fellow who "I have grown wiser. I know that writes: "I had lost much b'ood from monstrating that it would postively do the work. The Siloron Mfg. Co. have perhaps it may do me good to confide went out when he was only 1T going the English language does not mean lung hemorages, and was very weak authorized us to make the following remarkable offer to all who need a "Gen- in you. I was very young when I on 16, and now he's a millionaire. what it is made to say. So I spend and rundown. For eight months I was LIVERY, FEED first met Philip Browning." "Well, anyway, if I do have lo go to all my time after luncheon preparing uine Hair Restorer." Here Lois gave a little start, but college first before I'm a miner, I'll to go to Mrs. Gamboge's informal lit- unable to work. Death seemed close They will send a written agreement with every bottle of Sagine, to the on my heels, when I began, three weeks "He was an did not notice effect that if one bottle of Sagine conscientiously used according to the direc- Muriel and came to it. village the be a athlete. No society for me, moth- tle affair. I have my hair dressed and our artist out my face massaged, and I get an extra ago, to use Dr. King's New Discovery. Stanford Street. tions does not give entire satisfaction to the purchaser; if Sagine does not ac- summer I was 17. He was a constant er, so I don't see why I can't cut manicure, and I have all my clothes But it has helped me greatly. It is grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, remove dandruff visitor at our home during his stay in parties and dancing school. tually KENTUCKY- "That brown stuff on my hands? Oh. under inspection, and I pick out al- doing all that you claim." For weak, LANCASTER. and make the hair healthy and glossy, that they will pay the sum of S5 to any town, and as he was far superior to and me most my verv best gown. Then I sore lungs, obstinate coughs, stubborn the mahogany stain Bill any young man I had ever seen, it was that's --dissatisfied purchaser. are going to put on my model borrow mother's Paris evening wrap colds, hoarseness, la grippe, asthma, Office H&nra Office ovor This is the strongest offer ever made by any manufacturer and one they not long before I grew to admire him. I was just trying it. Ain't it a and phone for a taxi and wait five or any throat or lung trouble a a.ni to IS. 1 j.m. to 1. .1 tonne-- ' Ilrag Store to the city in swell color? Of course, it won't come "Before he returned could not possible make if they did not know positively from experiment that it minutes in the crush at the door be- its supreme, 50c & $1.C0. Trial bottle would do exactly what they claim for it. No one takes any chance in buying tho autumn he told me that he loved off easy or it wouldn't be any good, fore I can even get in. There will be happier girl in Bill was coming over this afternoon free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts Sagine as it is certainly worth $1 to use a Genuine Hair Restorer that will grow me. There was no the world than I when he put this to work on the aeroplane. He'll he a Hungarian band playing under the & Son. hair, and if it does not give satisfaction they will pay you the $5 as agreed. ring on my finger. He said that it stairs and the whole place will be DENTIS'I . awful sore when he finds out that you simply broken out with caterer's men, bend a $1 Dili to Tlie biloron Mfg. Co. Pueblo, Colo., stating that you wish to was an heirloom and showed me Phone 65. Ijnoi-r- . K made me go to a party. Bill hasn't to purchase a bottle of Sagine with the written agreement to grow hair and rerins which was exactly like it, got any mother. She died Avhen he who pass you along from tooneact the la55KSEss5i: as other solemnly, trying store the color to gray or faded hair or pay you the sum of $5 and it will be only a little smaller. was a kid a few days old. Of course, V d 'sent to you by express in plain wrapper. "This lie wore on his watch chain. it was an awful sad loss to Bill, hut though they had butlered and in that one spot for several The Siloron Mfg. Co. is incorporated under the Laws of the State of Col- His parents had died when he was a he is real brave about it. He says his (Trade Mzxk Erciitt:J.) decakes, as had their fathers before orado and refer you to the mercantile agencies or any Pueblo banks as to their child, and the rings had been left for father wouldn't know if he didn't take them. SUSANS JBiOZcS TfllLS him. This one was his mother's' beability to fulfill any agreement they make. a month. His father bea bath County Surveyor. tzca the covr "By this time I wish I had borrowed trothal ring, and his father used to lieves infor letting Bill grow up indepen- mother's diamond tiara, because I beTHE SILORON MF'G CO., Pueblo, Colo. PHONE wear the other ring, as he himself was ,&ND 1SORH LIOKEY dent and develop his own character, gin to feel kind of plain in only a OOlce over F. U. Hurt s faralinrc siore doing, on his watch chain. for he Srtzss says. Oh, yes, Bill what "The days after this were very that's a bath he often. I didn't say satin and crystal gown and a string Laucaster, Kentuek-- j real takes of pearls. There will be a four course bright until Philip was obliged to reReva rd of Merit. supper and American beauty roses turn home. At first I was lonely, but he didn't. "I see one of our big corporations is "Oh, say, mother, do I have to wear bursting out from all corners. I tried to comfort myself with the old going to do something for its thought that we would not be sep- them silk stockings and pumps? I "It is really maddening to think clerks." "Good enough! What form arated very long, for the following hope Bill won't be anywhere I around what unlimited money and a telephone will it take?" "Well, after a man has party. June we were to be married. I grew when I start to the give 'em todon't will do nowadays. It seems to me that been with hem 25 years, they're gome quite happy again as I made my care if Aunt Julia did they take away all the fun of giving a ing to give him a gold stripp on his I'd rather she'd given me party, all the worry being removed. plans for our new home, but in a few Courier-Journa- l. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. sleeve." Louisville or a pair of Ice skates. I've These rich women do not have to weeks my happiness turned into sorrow. My father was suddenly taken cot to go to see Aunt Julia next Sat count their napkins and say, 'My goodE. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician John R. Kelley et al. Plaintiffs, ill with pneumonia and in less than a urday! Say, mother, it's awful mean ness! I'll have to borrow Cousin Nell's A Charming Woman. Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. way my Saturdays go. Bill and Against, fortnight I was left alone. This was the best ones to fill out!' They do not dist.vs wAvropvrrroif. me I mean I and Bill ain't that cover that they haven't enough forks is one who is lovely in face, form, mind Wm. B. Henry et al Defendants. a severe blow to me, for I loved my Har.ctecturutJ fcy and temper But its hard for a woman Pursuant to a judgment rendered father very dearly. Now I only had right? Well, then, us we was going and that the spare room hasn't been CARPENTnR-:.ICRTOCOMPANY, to finish the aeroplane and make anto be charming without health. A herein at the March Term 1912, the Phillip left. dusted. All they do is phone a caterer Ecsica, las.. U. S. A.. other model all by ourselves, and now and a florist and tell Mary to be sure nervous undersigned commissioner will sell at "Up to that time he had written me weak, sickly woman will be go to Aunt Julia's I don't R. E. McRoberts & Son. to see that she dusts extra well downand irritable. Constipation and kidney public auction before the court house long, loving letters, and it was a cruel if I've got to PhYsican door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 shock to me the month following my know when I'll have time for anythey can go to a lunpimples, blotches, skin o'clock A. M. or thereabout stairs. Then poisons show in on up a paper and thing. father's death to pick cheon and two teas and make a few Offiice over Logan's .store. eruptions and a wretched complexion. "No, I haven't written to grandpa calls and MONDAY, JUNE 24th, 1912 read of his marriage." when they arrive home at Electric Bitters always prove a But yet. Of course not. With all them dinner When Muriel had finished, Lois was Residence Phone 75. it being the Office Phone 6 time they say, 'Dear me! I'd godsend to women who want health, rard County first day of the Gar- looking very thoughtful. "Are you parties and calls on Aunt Julia I don't Court Term, the real almost forgotten that I have a card beauty and 'friends. They regulate estate mentioned in the pleadings sure that there wasn't some mis- have a minute to write letters. 1 party tonight!' guess if grandpa knew how my time Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify and described as follows, to wit;-I- n take?" she said. "The only difference when it is conWI "ave an nn' the blood; give strong nerves, bright ing Garrard County, Kentucky, and be"Oh, no," answered Muriel, "there was spoilt he wouldn't expect me to sidered a formal affair is that you get in two tracts, First broken ten year to thank him for that jackknife. eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety at a stake in a branch, corner to wasn't any mistake. I only hope he writesays it's a pretty good knife and an engraved old English card ten days I is happy without doubt he is, Bill skin, lovely complexion and perfect James and W. H. record of leader-- J.J- down going to get a man he knows to in advance. health. Try them. 50c at R. E. Mc- the branch with James line S 71 W 10 and he probably never gives a thought he's "Then when you drop in to see a I ! ship on quality All "Work Guaranteed. J poles to a box elder S 55 E 14 poles to to the girl he used to know so long sharpen it for me.' The man used to friend and she keeps you waiting half Roberts & Son. be his father's hired man when they a beech S 30 W 5 poles to a stake in ago." anc servce an hour before she comes down, and f Paint Lick, Kentucky. said hollow S 27J W 10 poles S 8 W 11 Lois murmured a few words of sym- kept a horse, before Bill was born, and you say, 'I hope I didn't disturb or inSold by all dealers A J.? Sugar From Palms. poles to a stake in Back Creek S pathy and then, after a little while, he's such an old friend of the family A? )''! who consider V. sweetly. and Sugar of a superior quality is be- 56 E 35 poles to a stake in head of she left Muriel alone. that he'll do it for nothing. So even terrupt,' all, my she murmurs just hookNot at dear! I was sap of the ripa-pal- hollow and in John Sanders ing extracted from the One evening, about two weeks after- if you don't think Bill is a good com- ing my collar, and I am so slow about of the Philippines, and, if an in- wnn ms line in jz w zv poles, JN Z4 panion for me, you can see what a Muriel could doing things!' you would realize, if you dustry should be developed, may add W 16 poles to a walnut in a hollow;-thenc- e ward, a feeling which to again look not valuable friend he is. at define compelled her 12 W 1 N poles to W. H. had an interpreter at hand, that he to the world's supply. considerably Lee's corner;-thenc- e cameo ring. After a little while meant that she was up in the third Football in Genr.any. Hitherto an alcoholic beverage has the hollow S 78 W 25 his line down with the slipped it on lier finger!. .At this "Oh, say, mother, I hate that sissy poles N 85J she (to his wife) "Come Michael been made from the sap. W 9 poles N 71 W 9 I wear my old dark blue floor sewing room working like mad DENTIST noles S 89 W juncture , Lois came' up lo her room, tie! Can't with a seamstress making over clothes away, wife, or else they will want ua I0J poles S 60 W 2 poles. S 1 E 2 poles her' eyes sparkling and her cheeks one? No, I ain't chewing gum. I just 3 Arnold's Millinery. Office over u oua u t. yules lu me ueginmng, con- flushed with excitement. happened to have a little in my mouth, and hadn't brushed her hair since she afterward as witnesses Fliegende taining 24 acres and 23 poles. but I "wasn't chewing it. I never chew had twisted it into a knob on arising, Blaetter. "Auntie has gone out," she said, Tract No 2 Adjoins the 24 acre tract since you told me not to the last and had on a kimono thing and old on the east, also Bettie Logan on the "and I have a caller downstairs a it little"" on hand slippers. Also that she said when A. Face Retenoid. east and on the West and North by W. cousin of mine. I want you to meet time. But I've got a to use up, so your card came up, 'Now, what on that I thought, I ought J adies Delight. B. Lee, on the South by Web Kelly him. You'll come down, won't yon?" my mouth once in a earth did she come today of all days and contains 10 acres. .A Freckle Remover. As they entered the living room, I just put it in for, I'd like to know! Isn't it provokTerms: Said property will be sold on made bright and cozy by a glowing while. 3 leaches the Skin. ing!' LAWYER and COUNTY ATTGBNEY. a credit of six and twelve months, and open fire, Muriel started as a tall, "Lemme"comb my hair myself, A labasterlike Effect. the purchaser will be required to exemother. I can part it straight. Say, mooth, velvety skin. Will Practice in all State Courts and cute bond with approved security for familiar figure stepped toward them. did you hear that? That's Bill's "My helping hand would be of benePhilip Browning! Could it be posthe purchase price, having the force onic for Face Muscles. Pale-face- d, U.' S. District Court. T go to the window fit also to prosy and boresome and weak, and and effect of a replevin bond payable sible? Yes, it was he "and no other whistle. Lemme R. ejiivenates Your Youth. Shaky women who suffer Office over Police Court. Phone 194 to W. H. Brown M. C. G. C. C, bear- who took her trembling hands in his. and holler, down that it's all off with spoiled old bachelors when a sweet O f Great Beautifying Power. every day with womanly ing interest at the rate of six per cent It took her only a few minutes to the aeroplane work today, for I've got young thing of 20 leans over and looks into their eyes and beseeches, 'Do tell L ovelier Facial Appearance. from date ofsale until paid and a lien find out that there had been a mistake to go to a pariy. weakness need the help "Say, mother, what do you think? me all about how you make iron will be reserved upon the property after all. It was Philip's brother who TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE of a gentle tonic, with Alabastrol until the purchase money is all paid. interested! It had married, and it was through an Bill's all dolled up in a lot of new beams! I am a building action on the W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. In the last two months we sold 1,852 error of the paper that Philip's name clothes and he's going to Maybelle's must be such a fascinating business!' womanly system. Ifyouare party himself. Wouldn't that freeze What she really means is, 'If I can packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because R. H. Tomlinson, Atty. was used. weak you need Cardui, keep you talking to me as though your He told her how pained he was you?" Chicago Daily News. it is the most perfect production of its the woman's tonic, because get Harry life depended on it I can when he received the letter unopened, kind on the market, universally indors Cardui will act directly on Most Effeotive Way. stirred Into a perfect frazzle of jealand how he had written after that ed by users. Removes Freckles, Sun the cause of your trouble. "1 certainly am sincerely indebted ousy. He needs to be taken down a letseveral times, only to have every We have moved to East Water street burn, Tan, etc Allays chafed skin peg or two, the way he's acting of late Cardui has a record of ter returned to him in the same way. to you for winning my case." and is the Ideal Combination Cream one and block East of Lexingmore than 50 years of "By no means. I represented your with that Jenkins girl! At last he had been forced to believe and powder. None give that soothing, "I'm 'quite charmed with the possl- success. It must be good. ton avenue. All orders called for and that she cared for him no longer. It opponent," cooling feeling as Alabastrol and whose bilities of my plan for a new profes "Just so." Filegende Blaetter. was then that he had gone abroad, delivered. Phone 340. use is so much appreciated. It acts on sion!" concluded the girl who likes to E60 and he had returned home only two cooyou want to employ talk. "Don't the face not unlike a refreshing, The Result. months ago. " h. W. Faulkner, ftlgr. "Did the plumber I sent you do me?" ling Spring Morning. We guarantee it "I owe my good fortune in finding you to Lois," he said, and 'he looked your work?" . T do not," emphatically said the to be satisfactory in every respect. "No; he 'did' me." man to whom she was talking. "I've around gratefully, but his cousin had Mailed to your home in generous size slipped from the room. already had lesson No. 1 and now packages and in plain wrapper for 50 Among the Browning's possessions please point out which one of those Success in Constancy. Tonic Fruit Cents Silver. No Samples. there is nothing they prize more than The secrecy of success is constancy .fellows is your Harry!" Chicago The Siloeon Mfg Co., Daily Newa. to purpose. Disraeli. the cameo rings. Pueblo, Colorado. Mrs. Effie Graham," of Willard, Ky., says: "I Dally Thought. Dog's Only Enemies. Policemen Asparawas so weak I could Every soul has a landscape that With unconscious "humor, a woman Middlesex. hardly go. I suffered, changes with tho wind that sweeps the summoned at Brentford, Registered Jersey Bull sky, with the clouds that return after England, recently, on a charge of alnearly every month, for 3 lowing a ferocious dog to be at large, its rain. George McDonald. years. When I began to pleaded that it was friendly with take Cardui, my back hurt policemen, and it had nev-'e- f Ancients Used Glass Mirrors. awfully. I only weighed Everything for Orchard, Lawn and hitten anyone else. Succeed when everything else fails. That the ancients did .not exclusive99 pounds. Not long after, Garden. Our prices may interest you In' nervous prostration and female ly use mirrors of polished metal, as I weighed 115. Now, I weaknesses they are the supreme Unrepresented In the Gospels. generally believed, has just been Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two miles do all my work, and am Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. remedy, as thousands have testified. proved by the finding of a number of Hardly any problem of exegesis is in good health:" Begin "glass mirrors in a graveyard at more difficult than to discover in the FOR KIDNEY, LIVEFfAND nmall from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike Office Phone 31. Residence Phone Eaibach, Austria. They are taking today. Cardui, STOMACH TROUBLE H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. said to gospels an administrative or organis the best medicine ever sold it date from the. second or third cen- - izing or ecclesiastical Christ. Francis MiaK.de Brynt. Bnkown. Ky.. wyn "I CURES Cholera. Canes. LimbernecK. Roud. Canker SSSe Diarrhoea and alS Diseases of Poultry ?2?&v?z: A V JJ Ml-4- 4 W tned RraR5 4-- SMs 1 Hie T-- Camfeo' Dressing for v What She Really Meant e Lancaster People j CARDS. E..L Pontius, I Kinact ' V th ' "Oh, sijy, i 1 T- -k joints. If the trouble comes from the neys. It's a common error To plaster the aching back. To rub with liniments, rheumatic kid- Or. lor yean and Uank il lbs xj iavm ihc tiU cf a taping haveevctussd." bl Muriel sat in the twilight, with :a small box in her band, unmindful of the shadows which wirre beginning to steal into the room. If one could'h'a've peeped inside the bor one would have seen a cameo ring of a peculiar style. She was thinking of the ono who had given it to her eleven years ago. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. A Genuine Hair Restorer. i Hewers Ware McRoberts. e so-call- ,-- 1 the-onl- y Foster-Mil-bur- Everybody Is Doing It Il ELLIOTT ind Saw J. W. SWEENEY SALE STABLE. I and aeio-plan- e. hay-fev- er 1-- m B. P "Watcher. fl. an-OTh- foot-mane- Cow jjf&L; I TINSLEY. Commissioner's Sale Of Land. some-legging- s m0 So M DR.Wm.BUItKETT and Surgeon. tract:-Begin-ni- Lee:-then- ce n '- M H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. 1-- m W hi 8-- 4-- m line;-then- ce 0 r M. K. Denny, 511-- 3-- Facts. J. E. Robinson, S ale Faces so-o-- o Lancaster one-ha- lf Dry Cleaning Co The Woman's and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, J A BEAZLEY Electric Foxy Alex 103717. Funeral Director and Embalmer Bitters over Grape Vines, gus, Rhubarb, Roses Peonies, and Phlox. -- r. e;- henry. .LANCASTER, KY. I G. P,eabody. t 1 a druggist's cour.tc: Lexington, Kentucky; ' o"qjP?w. l56 F7 - r ' a -- ? ' " - au f i3 i, ..-- tv 5 1 i i MICHELIN r na it tzjt '' jT lW iJssBSsaBsJBf32Jpss3E mVS& - A .Robber in The the Room e Oft-To- ld W. O. Ri$ney Funeral Director and Embalmer. V 4F - .t Quick Detachable Clincher mlp Bfek. HsEbbbbsIbbbbIbbbbI Tale -- . r jtsnBVSsflBBBB Easily Fits Any Quick Detachable Rim No Tools Required IN STOCK BY C. C. &J. E. Stormes. ANNIE ROONEY 4104 PEA VINE 85 Grestland. 3173, Vol. 7. REX PEAVINE 1796 DAISY 2nd, 2229 PEAVINE 85. Will make the season of 1912 at my place, 2J miles east of Paint Lick, on Paint LicK pike. Crestland is a chesnut, coming seven, 16 hands. A good flat bone and foot; has finish and action 2nd to no horse in Kentucky. His first colts are coming three years old, and are equal to any horses produce. Show finish, size, color and action. Crestland is by Rex Peavine 1796. Dam Annie Rooney 4104; 2nd dam Powell's Drenon; he by Brinker's Drenon 1600. Will serve mares at $30.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Money due when fact is known or mare parted with. Lien on colt for ser vice fee. Mares bred to another horse or jack without my consent I claim my fee. Mares kept on grass at 10 cents per day. Grain fed, at reasonable rate if desired. Care taken to prevent accidents or escapes but not responsible should any occur. Come and see this horse before yon breed. W. Phone C. FITZPATRICK, PAINT LICK. KY. 425 Rings, P. L. Exchange. Where Your Money Has Gone will not puzzle you if you have an account at The Garrard Bank &. li Trust Co. Your bank book will tell you how much you had. Your checks will' tell you how VBsaiiBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBm-jvjmuch you spent and iSBvSflBflBflBflBflBflBflBBBflBflBt a what for. A bank ac-- If count cultivates the saving habit. you are not now a customer we invite you to become one. bbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbb IP bbbbbbbbbbbw " bibbs w The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. s4Esssssgsi:si:si:i:$i;s jskjwhwsewswhws $8,045 In Prizes OFFERED BY 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. SUMMARY OF PRIZES. One One One One Rambler Cross Country Tonring Car Overland. Model 60-Touring Car Hupmobile Touring Car Colby Player Piano T, Six $200 Columbia Grafonoias "... '. Six $100 Diamonds 3 .Six $75 Bank Accounts Six $75 Furniture Credits Six $75 Scholarships Six $50 Merchandise Credits . ; "..., .' $1,815 1,255 950 575 1,200 600 450 450 450 300 $8,045 Enter the big contest as the representative of your town or county. 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. When I was thirty-onI waa, passing The typewriter went slower and Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. Lancaster, Ky. through the western states .on i the CURES and slower and finally' ceased, as though promised track: a. speculation-vhie- a PREVENTS GAPES it hadn'a single dick left la It well. roup, cholera . "Why "the remfeiscent Hgfct- in the and other chick diseases. My plans had led -- mo to leave the eyes?" inquired the Audience of One boat at Cincinnati, and strike about at the bookkeeper's desk. One 50c Bottle of 60 miles southerly into Kentucky. I "Just4something 1 happened to see SPECIAL EXCURSION found myself at the end of the day In in a window opposite," responded she question in a small hotel, waiting for of the'blickless keys. The Audience Hakes 12;Galloas of Medicine. my supper. I had come to this, par- of -- One "directed its gase at as many a Every poultry-raise-r ticular houBe only by accident, and cer- of opposite as it could this medicine 09 hand. should keepfreebottle of sample Write for tainly nothing but the lateness of the cover simultaneously. on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, and Booklet NtHMM REUEBT CMFANT, LtsegtH, Ky. hour, the rain that was falling heavily, "No use. They've gone bow. I and my own tired, hungry condition, guess ltVall right but I hardly knew prevented my sallying forth at once la whether I ought, simply to giggle or Sold by HASELDON BROS. search of better accommodations. The to rush-- across and make a rescue." house was quite apart from the rest The Audience of One stuck Its red-in- k pen behind one ear and listened of the town, and Beemed to be one of those unattractive inns where with the other to the story. Round ReuneT "Once upon- a-- time, when the panic Trip a traveler only goes by accident, and TWsi where he never goes twice. I could was on. in full' force and a job was not discover that there was any other as difficult to find sb an eligible young guest than myself present that night. man in the marrying mood, I hapSPECIAL TRAIN ' wTsUUrnnTsB! pened I took my candle and carefully ex- pretty on a funny experience. I was by m well discouraged,' but one mornamined the room. It was a small, lsSBBBIBBBSSZslfl square apartment, with no furniture ing I saw an advertisement in the BBBBBBBBBBBBBbS paper fondrwild save the bed, a chair, and the wash-stan- hope. that filled mewlth.ayoung lady ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. 'Highly I looked under the bed .and wanted,-i- t ran, educated 'of attractive appearbehind the stand. Nobody was there. ance, rapid, accurate stenographer, I spied a closet, and explored it, with tactful and .willing to do- - a little e the same result. The door of the room work. Good salary and permafastened on the inside with a heavy nent position to- right party or words bolt, but to make assurance doubly to that effect. sure, I set the washstand agalnat it "I spent 50 cents having my hair after sliding the bolt; and not 'yet waved and. 76 cents, for. a facial mascontent, I moved the bed around 'and sage, borrowed my slater's best gloves effectually barricaded it. The two without7 her kind permission, and, it windows appeared to be about eight I da say it myself, I really- didn't look m feet from the ground; and theBe also bo bd I secured in such a way that it would building was in that grand-bJ- g "It MADE-T0-WEAR be Impossible to raise them from the opposite when .it was first put up, and I outBide. t miBBW the"vylndows looked right out on Trin"Pretty safe, this, I think," was my ity Chapel. Has stood the tett of time and has been Improved In quality with the '"' j remark,, as I looked around at my de"There were three other, girls waitpasang years. fenses; and throwing off my coat, I ing outside the railing, but when I Many brands of paint are offered for sale and quite often careful scrutiny Is not drew from the breast pocket a long sized them up I knew right, away they given the subject with reference to the quality of the paint to be used. leather bill book, and proceeded to had no chance with me;-for-r the. Marcount its contents. Three thousand cel was extra-goo- d and my shirtwaist EXPERIENCE IS A GOOD TEACHER. TEST THE QUALITY. three hundred dollars in notes a large was straight from the laundry. amount to carry about one's person; "When my turn .came. It hadn't r sat It Is a good jdea to learn the composition of the paint you Intend to use. There but the business in which I was en- in the chair of Judgment half a minute uadiffc gaged demanded it before I knew I had walked away with I placed my pocketbook .beneath the the Job. "1 fcao been there only- a Jew days pillow and laid my pistol beside it; then putting the candle on the stand, when f" saw plainly that there' was mighty little work to be done except l:li;:iii::;:w-fp- t I went to bed. jjijjijjjij to listen 'to the jovial boss tell the Usually I was .a sound and ready story-of his life. It, was .interesting, ThU k an evidence of good faith and attests the confidence the makers have sleeper, but I now lay wide awake, and in their product all the arts that I used to lull myself hut rather lurid, with too many high also observed a curious FOR 8ALE BY to rest were unavailing. The house Jights; was perfectly still, and there. was no phenomenon. In the morning he was qu(et, very dignified, very businoise from the street, save the steady very. ness .. llkp in his manner. Toward drip, drip of the rain, which seemed to noon 1 her began to grow cordial, and intensify the stillness. I closed my eyes, and at the end. of ten minutes In the afternoon about three o'clock he became extremely sociable, reminisopened them again, perfectly sleep-leacent and not altogether distinct In. his speech. At I was supposed I. turned on my side; my eye was to go. home, he waxed highly l, caught by my pistols lying by the pilverging upon the melodralow. I looked at them merely for a matic, but wholly unintelligible. change of object, and as I looked I "I sadly determined that after salmade a discovery that sent a chill of ary day, when I would at least hare terror all over me. The caps had been the price of a pair of shoes, and a bar' removed from both of them! gain hat if .the .landlady wasn't too My heart Bank within me, and a" ter- pressing I should, like Bridget ror like that of death seized me. Some O'Rorke, give notice. Meantime, how. infernal plot was on foot to destroy ever, things assumed a more exciting me; the mysterious agency thatwas abpect One afternoon the door opened to take my life might be in readiness with a flourish and half a ton of bright that instant. I lay perfectly still, with red roses entered, moving toward me my eyes almost closed, not daring even across the room. On looking closely to turn upon my back, as I had .heen I saw my romantic employer was actBSBBBBHsiBk. ing, as the. motive power, almost comlying. It was well for me that I did sot I pletely concealed by the masses of flBQBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBVVNfc l.BSSBlKk beard no step, not even a breath; but bloom. My lap, my typewriter, the BlIsBBBBBBBBBBBBKilBM&iBIBBBBIS ' a Ibhg, glittering knife was slowly pre- chair and a good part of the floor all vVSbbsbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbfjbbbbbbu -EbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbbShbbVIP lected from behind me and held sus- were Inundated by the tidal wave of ' pended by a human hand above my roses, and in the middle distance stood the gallant gentleman, somewhat unhead! I drew my breath quietly and regu- steadily, his .ace a perfect match for larly how, I know not, but I did it. the flowers, and pride and triumph eyes. I even counterfeited a slight snore. beaming from his " 'Thash only the beginning," he, anThe robber was apparently satisfied. The knife was still poised above'; me; nounced, with a deprecating;, glance at 3729-3- 1 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. but I felt his hand cautiously feeling the tidal wave. 1 can sbpen money Deep down in every human heart lies a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S medicines, Roots & Kerbs. Too long beneath my pillow. It seised the like a like a a drunken shailor, have the secrets of nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded. God's promises. Modern doctors think thous'd, pocketbook and slowly drew It forth. m'dear. Got only of ""operations!' & strong drugs, while human suffering & deaths from disease increase rapidly every year. over You & among the Indians give me a peculiar Health is natural, disease unnatural. My years of experience as a Cow-bo- y What followed passed with almost o'n have there in that shafe. it Tou can have, anything powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured &are curing Blood fitness "& knowledge the speed of thought My right hand Jack Wayburn's got! Come over here Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & flew to 'the knife and grasped It as I to thlsh window. There! Look out Stomach Troubles that were pronounced incurable by the best doctors. I want to PROVE this to the world & to rolled upon my back. With a terrlfle winder. Shee church over there? anyone asking, I will mail the greatest boolcof its kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOHERBALIST," eath. the robber started up and threw Thash' Trinity church. Bure's my absolutely free. If you are not enjoying ALL the blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that yon. himself upon me. He was a brawny, name's Jack Wayburn, I'm. going to INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of inquiry promptly answered. composed of 16 Roots & Herbs, wakes is the name of my great TONIC, BOD muscular villain of thrice my strength, take you over to..that church an' we'll but there was to be no trial of that do the thing up. proper. Nlbody'll 3 full quarts of medicine, lasts about 3 months, costs only one dollar & is LEGALLY GUARANTEED to is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS or money, refunded. kind between us. As he flung him- have anything on- ash. All rt 'It IN .ATEDICINE for the nerves, stomach, diver, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood. A household remedy most self at my throat I turned the knife up- you won't come today, youll come excellent. Ask for if your druggist hasn'Lgol it or won't get it, WILL FILL YOUR on him; the point took him in .the ORDERS POSTAGE PAID. breast, and his weight and impetus SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR CHARLIE WHITE-MOON- S "I was so scared that I dont know drove the blade right through him. how 1 ever got home, but I did and HUMAN SKIN ONL Y, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. 10c or 3 bars 25c at all dealers, Retail, who are sdpplted thru all wholesale dealers. With one spasmodic movement .. he had to send him a note the next day rolled off from me and tumbled dead instead of coming to his beautiful ofen the floor. fice any more. But, oh, I had to. go. The horror of his presence, and the without the shoes .after all. And hi consciousness of my peril had been hat And the landlady began to get so suddenly forced upon me that .the sarcastic. But I soon got this job, shock was too great for me X fell and Til hold onto It until It's time back fainting on the bed. for 'me to go Into .the Old Ladles' When I awoke broad daylight. was Home.- The Audience took Cowa the streaming in at the windows. Little by little I recalled the dreadful reali- red' Ink pen front behind Its ear, ties of my adventure, and persuaded reached for the ledger and sighed. myself that It was not all a nightmare. "You poor little girls do have kind or I assured myself of the safety of jay la hard road to travel sometimes, don't money, and then put on my "clothes your But what did you see im ue and looked, about me. The robber jay window Just now?" "Oh,-thatthe funay part I just on his face; his fall had broken the these winknife, and a great pool of blood was casually glaneed over-- at 4ft oozing out pn the floor. The mystery dows, wondering 4f the Dashing Deof his preesnee there was soon 'ex-- , tective still had htseAces there, when plained. A secret closet was let into-- ' what do yon suppose! There he was SUCH AS the "wall where he had been hidden, in-- the "window, with a giri by the wrist. He was pointing and from a chink, of which he had I deposited my money. It was over at the spire of Trinity. The deck arranged so that a part of the wall said three. Just the time he always could be noiselessly opened in, like got sentimental, I 'knew exactly, what a door; and. from this lurking place he was ssyjiff. I could almost smell had the desperado emerged when he the roseirBelly,l didn't know wheth. judged, me sound, asleep, creeping on er to 'leegh.or to dash madly Into the: feuHdlftg. 44 rescue' the scared-teeklahands and knees to my bedside, as, m girl from gallant Jack Wayburn, It proved, to his own destructfca whose word was as good as his eoae!" down the throat of a "eapey" chicken destroys the worms and saves the chicle's life. A few drops in the drinking water t white-diarrhoe- BourbonPoultryCure thr-windo- CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, June 16th. -- $1.50 ,50 ill-kep- t, -- il BB SBBsi .SBBBBBBBBBBBaEllltlBBBBi Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. d. 1 put-sid- t w - - Hanna's Green Seal "THE PAINT" y r "j jy 'I, fllifll ? - The printed formula appears on every package of Hanna't Green Seal Paint. mm Ml 111 11 Villi I IS CONN BROTHERS. s. five,-whe- n pentl-menta- GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS SBBBBBBBBBBflBflBBBkSeBsftBBBflBBBBBflBBflBkS BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB&BIBBr?BBBBBBBBB . iSIBBBVBBSiBBSBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBflBBBBBBt BBBBBBBBBBfQvsEh: Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by CHARLIE WHITEMOON, the Cow Boy Herbalist dol-lar- sh il' of-th- e Y CQM-CELSA-R -- COM-CEL-SA- R -- COM-CEL-SA- R, I of-On- e ... FOR -- - 1 's High Class Stationery' scared-lookin- g seen-wher- e Misiting Cards, Announcements. Monogram Paper, Embossed g -- Letter Heads and Envelopes. SEE Herald Contest Department, P. O. Box 427, Lexington, Ky. I desire to enter your contest and will be pleased to have you send me full particulars and receipt-bookIt is understood that this coupon is to count 1,000 votes for me in case my nomination is accepted. . A Drcaiil 'Mml. PillB, WifirjAu. "- - Name. Address K$llgg-tl-fg4$'g-frSRg-- from a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail, fireworks, or of any other nature, de mands prompt treatment with Buckleys Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene. Its the quickest surest healer for all such wounds as also for Brnrcs, Boils,- Sores Eruptiow, Eczema, or Pilaa. 2Kc . Chanced Hands.9 Corns w www v x E, McRoberts & Son.- m- at R. A. after you tpke Dr. King's New Life and you'll quickly enjoy the! fine results. Constipation and indices-- . tion vanish. and fine appetite returns They regulate stomach, liver and bowels and; impart Inew strength and energy to rthe whole system. Try them. Only 25c at R. E. &Son. "' Car -- j m :'r. r - life GENTRftb RECORD - Aik For Sampls. . 3gt &1 .fit "'"-K, ? -- s tr .?.'.. f '.tSSkA j; - t8&s&5&&-'&- & y i-- & - -- .'J. -- esrSp i.'iv . ?.' fbT-- - - i r wiMBmjwk3B4LBTBjae'&jEermASM ikijLearEaLMHywtmfafe? x - rtr -- - "t'- -t -- " - &!ZratLaZ&TZ3JZr2L3?njS7ZZBJBEr3aij Th ft . Even An bJ3h hit To Cuttin H-r- i i i rices . $1.00 Skirts worth from $8.50 to reduced to See Rack Display. $10.00 Our entire line of Ladies Muslin Underwear Reduced. SILKS worth and $1.50 Must Move. Our entire line of Summer Fabrics can be purchased at reduced to Values worth 50 and 75c marked down to 79c 39cts while they last. Ladies Suits worth :hose pretty 15c Lawns are moving fast at $27.50 and $30. reduced to$15.50 To lOcts. See Them. Prices Very Reasonable. Fancies in the Newest Materials reduced from S22.50 and $25.00 $12.50. S We are Cleaning Up on all Spring and Summer Merchandise at Very Low Prices. THE r JOS EPH : MERCANTILE Lancaster. The Exclusive Ladies Store Of BT"Sa5ffrStj i C0MPAN7 iUi iTSSi J I WE ARE SELLING CHEAP Gossip About eop!c in''" 'TW'iBa '.n. I I Ef W alter A Wood rM C NN and A Brief Mention of the Comii Goings Ly Those Ws Are Interested ,a'J .rLi. - mur-.v- v VZaRJJBUUAJiSB fills lOWol h mm Bldttto ALSO Hj . : in B U i & : i experiment. Zemo is positively guaranteed to stop itching, rash, raw, bleeding eczema, make a pimpled face smooth and clean. Zemo is a wonder AT and. the minute applied it sinks in, vanishes, leaves no evidence, doesn't stick, no grease, just a pure, clean wonderful liquid and it cures. This is guaranteed. Zemo is put up by the E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and sold by all druggists throughout Price. America, and in Lancaster by the R. Miss Mabel Dunn of Noblesville Ind. Dr. and Mrs A. S. Price of Stanford is the guest ot Miss Mamye Lee Bal- - E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store. The Quick Meal Mailable Asbastos and Granite lined were, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price. i' lard Mt. Hebron aui.oay. to prevent rusting. Miss Cecil Batson is in Stanford Miss Ida Potts of Cincinnatio, Ohio, visiting her "grandmother Mrs J. H. Miss Ivy Hamm is victim of malaria Dain Sweep Rakes and Stackers. Something new. Be is the guest of her sister Mrs Davis Hilton. fever; Prather. sure and see them. Mr Alex Doty is at home after a re- Mr A. S. Dean sold to Mr Moss a good Judge and Mrs L. L. Walker attend- cuperative stay at Dry Ridge Sanaharness mare pricfe $115. ed the Aviation meeting in Lexington torium. ii Rev Jones and Mr D. Catlett of Har, last week. . Mrs R. H. Batson is in "Bloomington rodsburg were the guest of Mr A. S. Miss Pearl Sebastian of Richmond Ind. for a visit to her friend-Mr- s J. P. Dean Saturday. was the guest of the Misses Prather Holland. Mr and Mrs Robert Sherrow are very last week. Mrs W. S. Carrier and children are proud of a fine baby girl who came to Miss Sallie Lou Myers has been on in East Bernstadt the guest of Mrs them on the 8th inst. Go duty in her efficient capacity as a train Bowling. Mrs Isaac Montgomery and children i ed nurse in Danville. and Henley are spending a few weeks with her Mesdame James Dudderar Mr and Mrs R. Graham Price, Mrs V Bastin were visitors in Danville parents in Jessamine county. Mr and Mrs Will Grow and little Wm. Sallee and Farris Kellar were in Tuesday. daughter spent Sunday with her father Lancaster last week. Henry Moore and sister Miss Edith Mr and Mrs J. B. Jennings and little spent last week with their aunt near Mr Joseph Rogers at Danville. H Rev Gash of Burgin fulfiled his apson, of Pecos Texas are guests of Mr Paint Lick. pointment at this place Sunday and deWe make a specialty of your needs and Alex Doty and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. A Henderson livered a very interesting discourse. Misses Stella and Mary Noel of Dan- spent Sunday with Mr. S. B. Jennings write a policy especially adapted for your Mr Solomon Ceilders and Miss Eulala O ville were recent visitors of Misses and family. Montgomery of Bryantsville were the O Fannie and Bettie West. property. It will pay you to investigate our 3 Mr S. D. Cochran left Wednesday to guests of Mr and Mrs Edd Grow S3 Miss Amanda Anderson has returned be present at the Alumna Banquet at special policy. home from a visit to her sister, Mrs Georgetown. Bettie Miller, of Lexington. ; O i Miss Bessie Singleton is in Nashville S3 ii - for a visit of two weeks to her sister Mrs. R. E. McRoberts and Miss LetYOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. tie Mae were guests of Mrs J. JH. Mc- Mrs Walter Perkins. Roberts of Stanford, last week. R. G. Woods. PAINT LICK, KY. Garnett Kemper. Mrs J. N. Frazee of Maysville was J. S. Haselden, the "Real Estate here for the funeral of her sister Mrs 05 5 King" is the guest of his brothers, Henry Clay Jennings. Insurance. Tornado Hail. Fire. Why dont you have that Binder and Messrs J. R. and S. G. Haselden. Mower Repaired before the time to Mr and Mrs George Brown and little Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Howard and daughter Elise leave shortly for a visit use them, we are prepared to take Aetna, National Of Hartford. care of your wants. Conn Bros, children have been visiting Mrs. How- to relatives in Illinois. ard's parents near Preachers ville. Mr and Mrs. W. Ross Bastin were in Mammouth Cave. Hustonville the past week guest of Stanford, Crab Orchard, Danville and Garrard County's trip to Mammouth Harrodsburg furnished their quota of MissSadie Baughman. Cave will be June 19th. The round visitors to the Street Fair last week. Master Earl Jennings is spending a week with his grandparents Mr. and trip railroad fare from all stations in Mr Edwin S. Fee, wife and two the County, $5.65 All expenses at Caye daughters of Greensburg, Ind., were Mrs. J. R. Henderson. hotel $6.50 for three days trip. Mrs J. G. South of Frankfort was recent guests of Mrs G. M. Patterson. This latter amount includes your here this week for a short stay with her board at Cave hotel, and the several "Pony" Beasley of Lexington was aunt Mrs Mattie Duncan. routes through the Cave, making the seen to pass through town one day last Mrs. Josh Dunn and daughters Haz- expense for a grand three days outing week in an automobile, but he did not el and Maria of New Mexico are the to the great Subterranean wonder for light. $12.15. The hotel has been reserved guests of Mrs John Ballard. Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone or call on us at The National Miss Sophronia Fox entertained the for this particular date. Tickets on Dr. and Mrs W. S. Elkin have reMary Walker Price Chapter of the D. sale from all stations. A specially C. Tuesday afternoon with a delight- turned to their home in Atlanta after conducted trip. Through coaches on a short stay with Lancaster relatives". ful social. regular morning trains. Write or SS1. Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey was called to phone L & N Agent. rmi b EHMntt MP. fMnUlraMfriilMiEfanHJ j Joseph Rogers is home from his school in the east and will spend, the Somerset, Monday to the bedside of m vacation months with his grandmother, her son, Frank who has typhoid fever. M ' Misses Minnie Brown and Minnie m Mrs P. D. Gill. m Gulley were guests Tuesday of Mrs Mrs John M. Mount gave aliandsome dinner party on Monday in honor of her Raymond Hendren and family of Kirksvisitor, Mrs Eldred Roderick of Jack- ville. Lancaster, Kentucky. sonville, Florida. son Paul Dr and Mrs W. m Mrs Wm. R. Cook and son, Robinson and Mrs J. Milton M. Elliott, in Frankg Elliot were Having sold my place, I will on are in New York for a visit to Mr and fort Wednesday for the McGoffin-ElliMrs Letcher and also to place Robinson neptials. SATURDAY, JUNE 15th, 1912. ' under a specialist. ill The following Lancaster girls-wat my place on the Danville pike, one Mr H. C. Baily, the popular assistant form a pleasant house party at the mile from Lancaster, offer the followagent for the L. & N. at this place is home of Miss Ina Martin in the city of ing described property for sale 1 good MissMargerite Arnold, horse 8 yrs. old, drives or works any!J2J in Middlesboro and other eastern Ken- Lexington, Cake you make use GLEN For goodness sake when a Mary Rankin and Sallie Burnam where; 1 jersey cow, 3 yrs. old; 4 head tucky points on business. Woods. of hogs (weighs 125 lbs. each) ; 1 carri LILY FLOUR it is lite and while easy" to rise, also makes Miss Iva Lee Smith who has had A marriagr of much interest to .the age, farming implements, consisting of charge of Miss Rella Arnold's trimming excellant pies. 1 two horse wagon, 1 one horse wagon, department, leic ior ner nome in JNew friends of the groom here at his .old 1 set of wagon harness, harrows, plows home is that of Prof. J. Milton Elliott We could make it cheaper but can't make it better. Richmond, Ohio, Sunday. which occured in Frankfort on Wednes- and other implements. Use Glen Lilly Flour. Mrs J. V. Arnold and childreu, who Household and kitchen furniture con day at high noon where he was united have been visiting the family of her in marriage to the handsome Mrs Ma- sisting of 1 new coaloil stove, 4 burner. parents, Mr and Mrs J. G Burnside bel Armstrong McGoffinatthe home of 1 range, 3 heating stoves and other arhaye returned to their home in Birming the brides father, Mr R. D. Armstrong ticles. Sale begins at 1 o'clock p. m. ham, Ala. S. W. MOSS. the Rev. J. Rockwell Smith BJj I Mr W. A. Arnold has received the officiating. Am Bourne, Auctioneer. U QTl &. es i & arness per iO REDUCED PRICES mmr 6 Something New in stoves. Miss Lettie May McRobert is visiting friends in Lexington. Miss Elizabeth Collier is in Lexington visiting Miss Mary Johnson. Miss Mary Reed is at home from Midway College for her vacation. Mrs Sallie Rayburn of Richmond is with her daughter Mrs R. P. Gregoiy. Miss Linna Moss will leave the first Attorney H. Clay Kauffman was in of next week for a visit in Richmond. Mt Vernon on legal business last week. Misses Ethel Walters and Mattie Lee Miss Margurite Fox bf Danville is visiting her cousin, Miss Mary Lynn Hubble were in Frankfort Wednesday. Fox. MrF. H. Estes was in Georgetown Mrs Mattie P. Frisbie has been in last week visiting his son, Harvey Danville visiting Mr and Mrs W. C. information of the critical illness of his brother-in-laMr James-- Arnold, of City. Mr Arnold also has a Kansas son reported very ill of spinal meningitis. Miss Lillian Estes has "been visiting in Kirksville. Mrs J. F. Holtzclaw and son, Clyde are visiting in Stanford. Mrs E. B. Campbell and little daughter are guests of Mrs Joan Ball. Mrs. W. O. Bradley of Frankfort is here visiting relatives and friends. Mr Wm West of Madison county is visiting his brother Mr Alex West. Jesse Arnold of Frankfort was with Lancaster relatives for a few days. w, Mourned As Dead. Mr. Elmer Chesnut, formerly of the Marksbury section of Garrard county, who has been mourned as dead for years, has been located in Oklahoma. He is the son of J. D. Chesnut, and left home eighteen years ago. TRY ZEMO. And You 1 ECZEMA? Has Cured Worst Cases Can Try It At Our Risk. Yes, do to try Zemo. That's all you need get rid of the worst case of eczema. You take no chance, it is no I f. lTlUtini9 .owl & AJ HARVEY HELM. Stanford, Ky., June 7. The Interior, Journal today makes formal an" nouncement of the candidacy of Congressman Harvey Helm for renomination in the democratic primary. August 3rd, as follows; Formal announcement as a candidate for the Democratic nomination to succeed himself in the National House of Representatives., is made today Harvey Helm, of Lincoln county. Such an announcement at the proper time, of course was expected, for there is probably no voter in the Eighth district who has not known for a long time that those who endorse the great work Congressman Helm has done in the and that he service of his people would insist that he stand for would consent to go before the electorate again, giving a faithful account of his stewardship, and inviting a full and fair inspection of every detail of his record, content that the voters shall judge his worthiness of their approval by the part he has played in the legislation inaugurated and passed by the Democratic House in its battle for the plain people and their rights in compliance with the Denver platform. Congressman Helm has served three terms, the first two as a member of the minority party. His last term, however, has been with a triumphant majority, which has made party history, and conspicuously has the name ot the member from the old Eighth District appeared among those who are mainly responsible for the fact that the election of a republican president is today well nigh impossible. Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Attention Farmers. KEMPER & WOODS, r S HARTFORD, ' We Write Any Kind of INSURA NC at Office E National Bank. I BBAZLEY & COLLIER a ipmg. Garrard Milling LILY Co. i Public -- Sale. m Gil ot FLOUR. In every way, Mr. Helm has completely demonstrated his fitnesa for the position he holds. His work speaks for itself. Washington correspondents of the daily newspapers during the present term have devoted more space to the results of his efforts than to any other one member of the Kentucky delegation. A congressman's hest assets are his experience and service, and there are sections of the country which keep their representatives who have demonstrated their efficiency, in office a number of term3, and thereby secure far better results than those which are constantly seeking a change, and sending new and untried members to work with the seasoned veterans. An instance of the value of experience and service is shown in the election of Mr. Helm as chairman of the important Committee on Expenditures in the War Department, one of two chairmanships awarded to the Kentucky delegation when the House was reorganized under Democratic control. Mr. Helm's work in that position in the way of economies and reforms has been of immense value to the country and is but an earnest of the further service which he will be to his constituents and county if continued in the field where he has already served so faithfully As "a member of the Census Committee he has rendered the farmers great seryice in the preparation and passage of the Cantrill tobacco bill. As a member of the Committee on Insular Affairs he has labored to rid this government of the Philippine Islands that are a continuing menace to the peace of the nation, and a heavy expense to govern and control. Mr. Helm's friends believe that the great mass of the voters of the nation this fall, irrespective of party differences, are going to demand an endorsement of the men who have worked singly and unselfishly for the common g term of the 62nd Congress now drawing to a good during the he had stood in the forefront of the battle no one can truthfully close. That deny. A sympathetic understaking of the needs and wishes of his constituents over his district has brought him very closely in touch with them, and the character of the fight made upon him has aroused his friends to increased vigor in his cause. Mr Helm has always made his political fights single handed in the open, on his merits and is identified with no faction or combination. The result of the primary Aug. 3rd, 1912 will be a vote Jof confidence in him as a public servant. and-well. epoch-makin- - ) W. O. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Home Phone Garrard Milling Co. I jpafailPlBi BlJlMaii:ailiIraflPJi: 33. Office Phone 18. Lancaster, ;KyJ. f-- rt JfcW" CLAIMS Allowed and Paid by the County Treasurer from April 3rd, 1911 to April 2nd, 1912. Geo. McDonald hauling coal Authony Figg 6 days work Keene Burdette 4 days hauling with extra hand E. L. Woods 14 rods grave 11 Ed. Pollard 5 rods rock broke Walker Gofney spreading 3 rods and 54 ft gravel Bill Cook 8 rods rock Bill Joslin 1 day with team Bill Faris 7 days work Alex Kennedy 6 days work Henry Cox 31 post for sills John Leavell 1 day work Jim Reid 2 days work Ed. Withers 3 days work Newt Wallace 6 days work Henry Robinson 1 days work Albert Ware 6 days work and $2 50 7 50 16 00 97 00 14 36 17 40 3 8 7 52 82 00 00 75 50 00 25 50 00 50 00 16 50 7 50 axle grease Allen Stewart 6 days work Ed Withers 5 days work Allen Stewart 12 days work Newt Wallace 6 days work Harve Robinson G days work A. D. Grant 4i days work Commodore Floyd 8 days work Albert Ware 1 days work Albert Ware 6 days work and 8 25 - 15 00 7 50 12 00 5 65 10 00 2 50 16 05 15 00 freight on casting Tom Hurt 6 days work Ed Withers 1 days work Hugh Preston spreading 31 rods and 21 ft rock Harry Robinson 5 days work Newt Wallace 5 days work Wallace Humber 12 days work Newt Wallace 5$ days work Henry Lawson Al days work Jack Bourne Bal on rock spread E. Hiatt 6 days work John Ray bal on 30g rods rock Harve Robinson G days work Jink Hiatt 6 days work Ollie Tapp 5$ days work Ike Sherrow breaking 16 rods rock Geo. Mitchell repairing bridge at Wallaceton John Ray J on 30 rods rock Strather Graham 5J rods rock Raymon Miller 4 days work Sam Davis 12 days work Allen Stewart 5 days work Ben Woods 6 days work Ed Withers 4 days work Harve Robinson 6 days work Albert Ware 6 days work NewtWallace 6 days work Irve Duerson 1 rods rock C. M. Moberly 14 rods rock pairing culverts 91 00 Ollie Tapp 5 days work Sec 6 9 00 Raymon Miller 5 days work Josh Sutton 3 days work Ben Noe 1 days work 1 25 Sam Davis 6 days work J. A. Doty building wall on side Ira Sherrow breaking 8 rods 5 00 of pike rock sec. 2 and dis. 2 A. K. Walker ditching on Poor Hughes Bros. bal. on 52 rods 5 75 House pike rock C. O. pike Eb Whitehead 6483 ft lumber 162 07 W. H. Graham snreadinir 451 125 00 Eb Whitehead 5000 ft lumber rods rock 15 00 Hub Salter 10 days work Albert Ware 6 days work 10 00 Hub Salter 5 days work Albert Ware 4 days work W. H. Graham 45$ rods rock 159 25 Sam Bourne repairing 3 culverts 15 00 Loyd Bourne bal on rock Albert Ware 6 days work 11 25 Chas Bronson 2 days work Albert Ware 4J days work 15 00 J. P. Bourne freierht on Albert Ware 6 days work machinery 93 60 J. W. Bourne 2$ days haul10 00 ing 6 25 Davis Sutton spreading 40 15 00 rods rock 6 90 Ed Withers 6 days work 5 62 Albert Ware 3 days work Albert Ware 6 days work 198 50 Albert Ware 5 days work 7 50 Hugh Preston $ on 31 rods 109 67 rock broke 12 00 Luther May 3$ days work 7 50 Newt Wallace 4 days work 6 85 Newt Wallace 5 days work 2.00 29 40 5 00 15 00 6 25 7 50 7 00 12 00 12 50 7 50 6 00 Same 3 same Hughes Bros, crushing and spreading 35 rods rock Old Danville pike Fred Hughes 2 days work Same 3 same Same 5 same Same 1$ same 8am3 5 same Same 7 same A. D. Grant 6 days work Com Floyd 5 days work A. D Grant 2 days work Harrison Graham lh rods work on pike dis 2 Ollie Tapp 4$ days work Raymon Miller 5 days work Same 5 same Sam Davis 5$ days work Ira Sherrow breaking 6$ rods rock Sam Davis 6 days work Hughes Bros, crushing and spreading 25$ rods rock Newt Wallace 9 days work Same 2 same Luther May 6 days work Same 4 same Same 9$ same Albert Ware 5 days work Ed Withers 4 days work Same 6 same Same 6 same Sam Davis 5 days work Hughes Bros, crushing and spreading 30 rods rock New Danville pike Chas. Bronston 4 days work Same 6 same Sam Bruner repairing 3 bridge building 2 walls and ditching Chas Bronston 6 days work J. P. Bourne freight on wheels J. W. Bourne 4 days hauling Davis Sutton spreading 90 rod rock and breaking and spreading 9 rod Hughes Bros. 47$ rods rock dist 4 sec. 5 Sam Floyd 4 days work Sam Floyd 5 days work A. D. Grant 6 davs work Bill Humber 6 days wark Tom Hurt 7 days work Lee Graham ditching and re 3 75 Ed Ed Ed 220 00 A. 5 00 A. 7 50 A. 12 50 A. 3 75 A. 12 50 A. 17 50 7 50 6 25 2 50 21 75 5 65 Withers 5 davs work Withers 6 days work. Withers 3 days work D. Grant 5 days work D. Grant 4 days work D. Grant 6 days work D. Grant 6 days work D. Grant 6 days work D. Grant 10$ days work Fred Hughes 4 days work Fred Hughes 4 days work Fred Hughes 8 days work A. D. Grant 6 days work A. D. Grant 6 days work A. D. Grant 6 days work A. D. Grant 5 days work 10 12 6 6 5 7 7 7 50 and spread Old Danville pike 00 Sam Davis 6 days work 00 Ira Sheares breaking 6 rods 25 rock 00 Ira Sheares breaking 6$ rods 50 rock 772 00 The Tropical Hose Co. Suction Hose for engine 7 50 Kinnai.d Bourne 3 tons hay 1G 25 Bill Joslin 3 days hauling P. L. Kelly 2000 ft lumber The North Jelico Coal Co. 1111 6 25 3 75 11 75 Grow Hair At 65 Years Of Age. 57 15 CO GO 55 00 68 47 30 48 48 48 48 73 100 00 00 6 25 Ray Miller 6 days work 6 25 Jack Brown 3$ days work 6 85 Herb Salter 4 days work J. P. Bourne freight on wheels 16 50 C. N. Murphey repairing cul7 50 verts C. N. Murphey work on cul178 50 verts 11 25 Jim Speaks 14 rods rock 2 50 Joe Kirkendoll 2 days work 13 50 Henry Robinson 6 days work 9 00 Jim Locker $ on 8 rodn rock 21 35 broke 12 50 Denny & Gastineau part pay 8 00 on rock 12 00 Bill Duncan 5 rods rock on 12 00 Sugar Creek pike 6 25 J. H. Ruble $ on 41 rods rock 50 Jink Hiatt unloading car coal 50 Geo Mitchell work on Wallace-to- n 13 15 pike 10 00 J. W. Sweeney 100 bu. oats 10 00 Raymond Miller 5 days 20 00 Same 3 same 7 50 W. G. Gooch 35 bales hay 7 50 Tom Hurt 6 days 7 50 Same 6 same 6 25 Fred Hughes 6$ days 7 50 Bill Humber 2$ days ' 4 40 A T firanf Antra 5 00 Same 4 same 15 00 Commodore Floyd 5 days A. D. Grant 4 days 10 00 Davis Sutton 9$ rods rock broke , bu coal G. J. 20 00 65 00 6 25 3 75 35 00 15 00 Same 4000 15 00 Ray & Foster $ 15 rods rock 16 00 broken 3 15 W. H. Graham hauling rock and Kinnaird painting bridges Same 2 iron bridges G. M. Patterson freight on coal Same same same Same same Same same Eb Bently 2667 ft lumber 00 00 75 42 42 34 COLUMN SAGE and my head would itch a good deal, I thought I would try it. 1 never used any remedies before and was bald on top of my head. I am using the third bottle and have pce below thl hearting If for the emisa lot of hair where I was bald. sive naa of onr farmer snWrlher-- jtivl j for I would like you to see the new hair the le of stock, smlii mid tkiHqrf ou sprouting from my head. The itcliinjr ' farm as 5h farmer enHHot nffnnl to wivr-tl- . No notire in my scalp quickly disappeared. I am evr fo.r Hues, and will he only inneetfl .wo JjSHa af Um b5 years old and have been at the Ba-- . ltw orb, free of . ! Ul-..e Dear Sir- - "I heard of PARISIAN FARMER'S I f1 a QK 5 00 6 25 5 95 broke 210 00 5 00 7 50 42 7 20 12 00 50 84 and spread 74 15 5 00 ! Jack Bourne 272 bu corn 163 20 42 00 Ray & Anderson $ on 9 rods 2 50 rock broke 39 40 12 00 Herbert Salter 6 days 7 50 Foster & Ray 112 on 12 rods rock 32 00 39 00 broke Hughes Bros $ on 45 rods rock on Richmond pike 30 80 202 50 Sam Davis 6 days 7 50 20 00 Davis Sutton G$ rods rock broke and spread 50 05 205 00 Henry Lawson 3 days 3 75 Bill Johnson fixing shoes for 11 01 2 50 4 00 416 80 403 75 5 00 6 25 7 50 Chas. Poindexter work on Machinery R. Boyle 2 drills Wm. Saddler repairing culvert on Gilispie pike Ed Withers 4 days work Logan Ison money to pay hands for hauling spreading rock ditching and repairing washout in pike Wm. Duncan bal on 16$ rods rock hauled on Mt. Hebron pike John Ruble $ on 3 rods rock Robt. Gastineau ditching and prisoners John Johnson 1 5 days 8 153 52 15 repairing bridge on Kirks- ville pike Same 6 same 65 Same G same 00 Chas Bronston 4 days Davis Sutton spreading 33 rods and breaking and sprerding 11$ rods rock 215 25 Cleveland Bourne 9 rods and 195 ft rock and ditching 98 J. W. Bourne hauling on road 90 5 days 15 00 . Bob Boain 43 rods metal, ditch- ing and lumbering 348 4 John Brooks 2 days work J 6 7 7 5 00 25 50 50 00 Wm. A. Hopper, Auctioneer Hark- Fop. Rent:-grazin- g 23 acres of well watered ness Bazzaar, Ninth & Samson Sts., ' 48 75 land. I. M. Myers. Philadelphia, Pa. Large bottle of PARISIAN SAGE 50 R. L. Elkin sold to Joe Hamilton i 41 50 ditching cents. Guaranteed by R. E.McRoberts Buena Vista a nke little two year old Ray & Anderson bal on 80 rods 323 75 & Son for dandruff, falling hair and pony and cart for 150. rock 9 40 scalp itch. Puts life and beauty into Herb Salter 7$ days work Green Bowling bought 33 head of 7 50 faded hair and is a delightful hair dress Jim Adams 6 days work light heifers and steers at Richmond ing. 3 75 Jerry Brown 3 days work court for $18.00 per head. Continued next week. Boy Scouts' Opportunity. Fou Sale 50 barrels of corn ami If boy scouts can aree that they taORE ROOM. will not fight with scouts of other na some bailed hay. Alex Wast. A man seeing an advertisement In tions the reace of the world will be! Phone 335-house to lei," assured without the aid of diplomacy. the paper, "A The Farmers Union of Garrard O. went to have a lock at it. It was just will hold their regular quarterly meetsadly the size he wanted, but was ing in the court house in Lancaster. Grapple Vith Difficulties. out of repair. He went to the agent's office and said he didn't want a I find nothing so bhiu!ar in life as Ky Monday. June 24th. 1912 at 10 ., State house. R. L. this: That everything opposing ap- o'clock. house," pears to loso its giilmUfiet: :! mo- Burnett will speak on the above tfatte "That isn't a said the agent. ment one actually grapplo Ith it. at 1:30 p. rn. All members in tW "Oh, jts, it is." Hawthorne. county are requested to 1h present. "Cut I say it is not." And the agent A. J. Rice, County Pres, began counting. "There's the kitchen, Tip From the Waiter. By J. B. Lawson, County reception-rooand the dining-room- , "Everything conva to him who two bedrooms that's five, isn't it?" waits, I suppose," paid the Kaltcrc Evened Up. "Yes; but there's the room for imdiner patiently. "Yrr?, suh." answered j A woman who is advanced n her provement," safd the prospective ten- the negro waiter, "but iho vk''4 is 1'kely to be behind in kw ant, "and that's bigger than any of what won't wait done getrf his first." ' fashions. It another illustration sf tho others." Life. the law or compensation. Fun. B. 00 zaar 51 years. ehatvru five-rco- 4. six-room- Sec-Trean- six-room- Suc-Tre- I ntk-rria- n ( S Tit-Bit- s. 60 43 CO I J 14 00 10 00 10 62 7 50 17 50 31 50 6 25 6 25 7 50 19 69 Jas. Locker hauling lumber and repair ng bridge Ed Pollard 4J rods rock broke dis. 2 sec. 2 Ben Woods 6 days work Albert Ware 1 days work Same 6 Same Same 5$ Same Newt Wallace 6 days work Same 6 Same H. Robinson 6 days work Temp Mullins 8 days with team 4 hands 2 days $8.00 Allen Stewart 5$ days work Hugh Preston $ on S rods rock broke Logan Ison money to pay hands and teams for spreading rock and ditching Ed Withers 6 days work Allen Stewart 5 days work Albert Ware 2 days work John Ruble spreading 44 rods and IS feet of rock Denny & Gastineau breaking and spreading 44 rods and 129 ft of rock Jim Locker $ on 11 rods rock Hughes Bros, crushing and spreading 48 rods rock Alber Ware 3 days work Allen Stewart 5 days work Jim Speaks 20 rods rock finished on Sec. Dis. 2 Newt Wallace 6 days work Claude Archer 1 rod gravel Preston & Adams Bal. on 44$ rods rock Sim Ray reparing culverts on Poor Ridge pike Chas Leavell breaking and spreading 4$ rods rock J. D. Rav 58 rods of rock fpncp Stephen L. Wilker 26 rods rock 7 50 2 50 15 00 Com Floyd 1 days 13 75 A. D. Grant 6 days 7 50 Fred Hughes 6 days 7 50 Bill Humber 4 days 12 00 Eb Bently 2016 ft lnmber G. A. Bowling work on culvert John Boin 81 rods rock Davis Sutton breaking and spreading 19 rods and 30 ft of rock, ditching and work on 151 55 culvert 1 25 72 00 47 40 5 GO 45 37 A Chance for Trouble. "I see that somebody proposes to have a law making it necessary for every married man to pay his wife a salary for looking after his house and caring for his children." "Well, it seems to me that a wife who does this is entitled to a salary." "Yes, but there will be one trouble about it." "What?" "Some men will be sure to get In bad if they pay their wives higher salaries than their stenographers draw." S A hi F T V ) 0 Q -- ; tv k anety T"3 e- IsSv is t ' I : "W L, is , , . ' rruit TT - e NOTHING BUT GREEN FOR PAT. H " 7 50 15 00 Jv vjis3 . ;VMwHaKj' sry vy3r' V Mr !DF4r.4M j irs - r ' v - - 5 00 10 00 267 00 159 25 12 50 6 25 15 00 10C Tom Hurt 4 days Rhodes Leavell 5 days 32 00 Lee Graham ditching and hauling on pike 6 90 John Graham building wall near 24 00 xr.. 6 25 16 00 EXCRA WIDE mouth Samcap T l At 00 2 50 105 75 12 00 6 25 5 00 220 80 14 00 7 50 154 12 7 15 12 00 00 50 00 50 52 50 Pattons Geo. Graham 4$ rods rock broke 11 77 Luther Graham 4 days with team 12 00 Ollie Tapp 6 days woik 7 50 Raymond Miller 6 days 7 50 Same 4$ same 5 65 Same 6 same 7 50 Same 6 same 7 50 Same 6 same 7 50 Please try this jar. It will meet your approval. Extra wide mouth and sanitary. Jfuwr grccrr Itus ;wnr in foik, imisf oh ceiliie iftrtH le fr wit 374 52 49 50 336 00 7 50 6 25 62 00 7 50 5 55 168 10 15 00 --31 93 00 7 85 5 CO 6 25 15 00 10 00 1 50 12 50 7 50 11 00 broke oil for Road Machinery Jelico Coal Co 39 tons coal Henry Moran 5 days work J. E. Hammond 20935 hay Clay Sutton 27bbls and 1401bs corn Albert Back 2516 ft lumber J. w. Sweeney Albert Ware 6 days work Albert Ware 4 days work Ed Withers 1 days work 90 00 Ed Withers 6 days work Chas Bronson 6 days work 105 00 S. J. Bourne repairing bridge 40 50 Eb Whitehead 1840 ft lumber Lexington Coal Coke Co one Raymond Miller 4 days work car coal 84 74 Raymond Miller 6 days work The North Jelico Coal Co one Tom Hurt 1 days work car coal 65 18 Fred Hughes 6$ days work Gott Bros. 25 bu oats 11 25 Bill Humber 4 days work Henry Hurt 7 rods rock at 7 A. D. Grant 5 days work per rod 52 50 A. D. Grant 4 days work' Harve Robinson 6 days work 12 00 Corn Floyd 6 days work Albert Ware 7J days work 18 75 Hughes Bros, hauling on road Albert Ware 6 days work 15 00 9 days Albert Ware 2 days work 5 00 Charlie Bronston 5 days work Luther May 3 days work 6 00 Ld Withers 6 days work Luther May 6 days work 13 50 Albert Ware 5$ days work C. W. Murphy 2 culverts 10 00 Albert Ware 8$ days work C. W. Murphey repairing culAlbert Ware 10$ days work verts 8 50 Luther May 1 days work A. D. Grant 6 days work 7 50 Newt Wallace 6 days work A. D. Grant 5 days work 6 25 Newt Wallace 6 days work A. D. Grant 5 days work 625 Hughes Bros. 82 rods rock A. D. Grant 6 days work 7 50 broke and spread Old DanA. D. Grant 5 days work 6 25 ville pike A. D. Grant 6 days work 7 50 Raymond Miller 4 days work A. D. Grant 5 days work 6 25 Raymond Miller 6 days work A. D. Grant 6 days work 7 50 Ollie Tapp 6 days work A. D. Grant 6 days work 7 60 L. W. Graham 8 days with team A. D. Grant 6 days work 7 50 Fred Hughes 1 days work A. D. Grant 6 days work 7 50 Bill Humber 6 days work Bill Humber 6 days work 7 50 Fred Hughes 6 days work Bill Humber 6 days work 7 50 Bill Humber 6 days work Humber Wallece 11 days work 13 75 Bill Humber 6 days work Bill Humber 6 days work 7 50 Bill Humber 6 days work Bill Humber 10$ days work ,13 12 Bill Humber 6 days work Bill Humber 6 days work "7 50 Bill Humber 2 days work Bill Humber 6 days work 7 50 Fred Hughes 5. days work Same 5$days same 6 85 Fred Hughes 4 days work Same 5 same 6 25 Fred Hughes 2$ days work Same 6 jsame 7 50 Fred Hughes 6 days work Same 12 same 15 00 Fred Hughes 6 days work Same 6 same 7 50 Fred Hughes 4 days work Ollie Tapp 6 days work 7 50 Fred Hughes 6 days work Same 1 same 1 25 Loyd Bourne $ on 8 rods rock Will Humber 5 days work 6 85 Ira Shearer breaking 15 rods Same 6 same 7 50 rock Same 5$ same 6 85 Loyd Bourne $ on 17 rods rock Humber Wallace II days work 13 75 broke on New Danville pike Bill Humber 12 days work 15 00 Chas. Bronston 6 days work 12 50 Chas. Bronston 4 days work Albert Ware 5 days work Same 4 same freight 1.70 11 70 J. W. Bourne 4 days work Same 2$ same 625 Harrison Buin hauling and J. W. Bourne 3 days with team 9 00 spreading rock 13 50 Albert Ware 1 days work Same 3 days hauling on pike 7 1,0 Albert Ware 4$ days work Jerry Brown 6 days work 7 50 Newt Wallace 6 days work Chas. Bronson 6 days work 7 5.0 Newt Wallace 5 days word Same 6 same Same 10$ same J3 15 k Luther May 6$ days work -- Sam Bourne 83 bu-- . corn 59 50 Sam Bourne repairing 3 58 50 culverts 6 25 Herb Salter 11 days work 167 48 Hughes Bros. 31 rods rock on C. O. pike 82 25 Sam Davis 6 days work 62 90 Raymond Miller 2 days work 46 00 Raymond Miller 6 days work 49 80 10 50 13 75 Sam Davis 6 days work W. H. Graham repairs on Sec 2 and 3 in Dis 2 Chas Bronston G days work Same 6 same Same 5 same Loyd Bourne 12 rods rock broke and spread J. P. Bourne money to pay for work on engine J. P. Bourne monev to nav for unloading car coal Davis Sutton breaking and spreading 7$ rods rock John Buin 6 days hauling on road Albert Ware 6 days work 7 50 43 50 in Ve Shouldn't Wonder. There lives a dame in our town Whose biscuits are Immense. Her husband put two dozen down And hasn't felt well since. government an oligarchy?" present The party I belong to is in power; hut it will be one if the other side wins." Also, ask for Sanicap Tops f r your old-styMason jars. They are cleaner r.id more saniiary. SJESaiSltw-- i jg m.' - -i -j- :.-w , Sure and we'll have to go, Mike. Mr. Flanigan I'll not go a step until 90 00 she changes the color of it. 10 25 8 75 7 50 Mrs. Flanigan Here's an invitation 7 50 to a pink tea Mrs. Haley is givin'. 6 25 Your Grocer can get these jars through Curry, Brown& Snyder, Lexington, Ky. RULES and REGULATIONS Governing Candidates for the Grand Prizes offered by each of the Merchants in connection with The Central Record. ' 57 75 18 15 16 13 9 6 7 50 37 00 19 50 263 7 2 7 7 2 16 5 6 50 fence 50 Sam Farley hauling 2i rods rock 50 Ceph Blanks 3$ days whitewash 6.75 4 80 50 5 00 ing Robt Brown repairing culvert Harve Robinson 6 days work 25 Bill Duncan spreading 14 5 00 1-- 50 Gilispie pike 50 D, M. Montgomery 11 rods rock 25 Jess Duncan hauling lnmber 2 80 33 00 4 75 12 00 Eb Whitehead 800 ft lumber Albert Ware 33 gal oil Allen Stewart 7$ days work Haive Robinson 3 days Newt Wallace 6 days Same 6 same 7 15 Albert Ware 6 days Ed Withers 4 days 8 1 J. W. Bourne 1 day? Cleveland Bourne for 11$ rod rock broke and 5pread 6 days ditching with extra hand 106 20 ing." "Is our 35 "Not at 00 50 The Point of View. "Pa, what's an oligarchy?" 00 "That, my boy, is a government in 00 which a few people do all the rul 00 50 00 The Division. 00 "So the father and daughter have 25 gone into partnership to practice criminal law. I wonder how they will di50 05 00 15 50 S Ballot Box will be opened every Monday at 6 p. M. and the votes therein counted and the ballot box resealed by a committee of two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be subject to public approval. The result of each week's count shall be published every week and the candidate's name and her standing 1. l .i 5 00 7 50 27 00 6 25 12 00 13 75 21 26 2 7 7 25 25 25 50 50 656 5 7 7 24 2 7 15 7 7 6 days work 50 Rhodes Leavell 6 days work 50 J. N. White Bal on 83 rods and Same 6 same 00 116 ft. rock 418 76 Same 6 same READNGTURES 50 Fred Hughes 6 days work 15 00 A. D. Grant 6 davs 50 Bill Humber 3 days work 3 75 Comodore Floyd 6 days 7 50 Charley Coulter 44$ rods of rock 378 25 John Buin 5$ rods rock 7 50 Jim Bratton 250 rods ditching Same breaking and spreading 2 50 on Mt. Hebron pike 25 00 Green Bowling repairing cul 12 50 Newt Wallace 12 days work 15 00 vert 4 00 10 00 Albert Ware 6 days works 15 00 Eb Bently bal on lumber 4 22 6 65 Allen Steward 6 days work 7 50 John Brooks 6 days work 12 00 The Each Month 15 00 Ed Withers 6 days 10 50 Bob Boam ditching and repair Cartoons from dailies and weeklies published in 00 Newt Wallace 5 days 115 this .country, London, Dublin, Paris. Berlin. 625 ing bridge 3$ rods of rocks 1$ Munich, Vienna, Warsaw, Budapest, St. Peters- 10 00 Newt Wallace 12 days 15 00 rod gr.avel and 500 ft lumber 95 42 Xftnrh Tfltfn Qhinirkti CirftflMi r.....3 I 15 00 Harvey Robinson 6 days 7 50 Humber & Wallace 12 days work 15 00 I South America, and all the great cities of the 30 00 Davis Sutton breaking 10 rods Only the 200 best out of 9,000 cartoons j world. J. M. Bourne 7 days work with rock and spreading 5$ rods 80 85 team 21 00 A Picture History of World's Events Each Month 39 35 Jim Clouse ditching and repairs Newt Wallace 6 days 7 50 'CAMPAIGN CARTCOMS-Pniw- tt,. campaign in "Cartoons" and watch the opposon Poor Ridge pike 52 00 Harve Robinson 4 days 8 00 ing parties caricature each other. 55 25 Jim Bratton $ on 5 rods rock Allen Stewart 4 days 5 00 YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $1.50; SINGLE COPY 15 7 50 broke 23 75 Albert Ware 4$ days work II 25 5 00 J. A. Bratton $ on 10 rods rock Adam Kelly blacksmith acct 18 55 ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER 5 00 broken 47 50 Smiley Walker 45 bales straw 11 25 Jack Bourne 20 bbl. corn 60 00 G. B. Swinebroad 43 bu oats 21 15 21 00 J. W. Bourne 3 days hauling Harry Bros. Co. acct for cul- - . 2 50 with team 9 00 verts 1191 56 11 25 Ollie Lane $ on 14J rods rock J. W. Yeager 13464 lbs hay 111 08 7 50 broke 67 70 Lexington Coal & Coke Co. car 6 25 Herb Salter 4 days work 5 00 load coal 84 74 14-5j Hughes Bros 96$ rods rock broke Chas Dean 42901bs straw 10 75 00 00 50 50 00 Tom pairing culverts on Point Leavell pike Stranke Graham 9$ rods rock broke Ollie Tapp 3 days work Lewis Hyatt 6 "days work Loyd Bourne 257 bu corn rods rock 28 40 W. H. Graham 5 rods rock Logan Ison money to pBy road Sam Davis 6 days work Raymond Miller 10$ days hands 26 75 Ed Withers 6 days work 12 00 Same 6 same Will Preston 25 rods rock t75 00 Same 5 same Ed Pollard breaking 4$ rods rock Same 3 same Sec. 2 Dis. 2 10 12 Same 2 same Will Preston 4 days hauling 12 00 Same 5$ same Ben Woods 4 days work 5 00 Same 5 same Raymond Miller 8$ dBys work 10 65 Same 11 same W. G. Gooch money to pay Same 6 same hands for ditching and reLuther Graham ditchirlg and 167 35 7 13 vide the cases." "I suppose he will take the fellow-nie- s and she will attend to the miss-demeanor- hauling 7$ 6 00 Tom Graham rock 49 3 7 15 7 days breaking 3J rods Hurt 85 John Graham repairing bridges and culverts sec 2 dis 2 75 50 Tom Hurt 6 days work 00 Bill Humber 6 days 50 Fred Hughes 6 days In Small Quantities. Pessimistic Old Lady (arter great 22 50 deliberation) I think I will take one 3. Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the of those pears. Fruiterer (sarcastically) Wouldn't Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. 8 12 you rather have a bite as a sample? 37 00 15 00 7 50 15 00 15 00 15 00 7 50 7 50 38 50 24 50 50 87 25 13 75 7 50 Some Good. Optimistic Wife I think cook is 50 Improving, don't you? 25 Husband Why, at dinner tonight 75 everything but the black coffee was to appear. once each month by the contest man-age- r. Any candidate can get-'thconsent of contest manager at any time to inspect or count the votes, ed e horrible. Optimistic Wife I know that. But usually that's bad, too. Life. 2. All votes are ! London Opinion. Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is nomnated in regular form on one of the coupon ballots, The contest manager re 4. SlAm serves the right to reject the name of any undesirable candidate and to limit the number of entries. Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are obtained from any of the following sources; Coupons appearing on any handbill, dodger, form-lette- r or card issued by or 5. 200 Sartas Teii More Than 288 Columns World's Best coupons given for trade at our store. and thrown out by the judges. 6. All others shall be declared void No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be per1r 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 ar number of votes at the same time they must be neatly tied together or placed in a small envelope. Votes on newspaper subscriptions may be cast personally or by mail. 8. 0 i i -- .V J - Any candidate may solicit votes in any District they vvish. svss.- - f