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Free drinking cups at Curry's Call at Currey's and cup. Lancaster Wins. NUMBER 11. $S33CS&CS33(S33SS 7' Absorbing Interest Being Shown In The Record's Big Piano Contest By Contestants And Their (IMlLliyiJEiL fa M lgll McOOEMACK BINDERS ? The Harrodsbury Ball team came over on last Friday to try conclusions with the Lancaster aggregation and The DemA sfibw what is a show, were defeated by a score of 10 to 3. orest Comedy Co. The battery for the home team was Coming soon the Demorest Comedy Joseph and Joseph, and the boys by the manner in which they walloped Co. Bigger and better' than ever. the visitors showed themselves to be Last week was an unprecedented one big league timber. for the saving of clover hay and many acres were cut and cured in the county. Near Fatal Stroke Of Lightning. - get a free Friends. The National Conventions to choose presidential candidates are not attracting more attention than is the great piano contest in so far as Garrard coun ty is concerned. The candidates are showing the same interest, are putting forth the same efforts as if they were candidates for some great political office, and in consequence the votes are rolling in. The line up remains the same as last week, but the immense volume of votes polls shows a growing determination on the part of the contestants to redouble their efforts as the contest progresses and to leave no stone unturned to win the coveted prize. The standing of the contestants the last count is as follows. LANCASTER Mary Eliza Holtzclow Mae Powell DEEBING BINDERS, MOW- 5 Mowers, Hay j Rakes J H Brown Cultivators, Owens- boro Wagons. Sechlers .and Post Buggies, Majestic Ranges, Jewel Stoves, Perfection Oil Stoves, Poultry Netting, Wire Screening, Screen Door, Window Screens, Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Cistern Pumps, Filters, Pump Repairs. J Dirt has been broken for the new About four o'clock Tuesday afterGovernment building in Somerset. noon M. William Pointer who lives in When will this important event take the Flatwood section of the county, place in Lancaster? Echo answers sought shelter from an approaching when. shower in the barn of Mr. George W. Brown Buford was inducted into Elam. In the barn was Mr. Elam, his the postmastership at Nicholasville on two little children, Mr. Pointer and Monday, succeeding W. M. Anderson the latters horse. Lightning struck a who ha3 made a faithful and efficient post of the barn, glanced and killed the horse, and shocked the occupants official. of the barn into insensibility. When What progress are the city dads make Mr. Elam regained consciousness he ing in the proposed"" extension of our saw the horse dead and Mr. Pointer on water facilities, for which purpose the the ground by its side and supposed city voted bonds to the extent of that he also was dead, he carried him $12,000 at the last November election? "to the house and immediately sum moned medical aid. Dr. Elliott went "Fair time" is rapidly approaching. out and found Mr. Pointer to be a ravIt does appear to us that there is to be ing maniac as the result of the shock, nothing doing in the Fair line in Lan- it requiring the combined efforts of caster, as we see no arrangements on several men to hold him in bed, he refoot for that hitherto great annual mained in this condition until Wednes!M! ' event. day afternoon, when he seemed to reSnnirinr.nflpnf: nf Pnhlin Tnstmntinn.. cover his senses, and apparently suffer ,, Barksdale Hamlett has ruled that the no bad effects as the result of his terschools this year in the new county of rible experience. Mr. Elam too had a McCreary must he maintained by the very narrpw escape as a long black counties from which the new county mark appears across the back of his shirt and suspenders, plainly showing was formed. the trail of the lightning. Sunday is "Excursion Day " Let us hope that it may meet with better A Synopsis Of A Few Of The Recently having and i luck than they have been Enacted Acts Of The Late Session that those who patronize it will return to attend to their respective in time Of The Kentucky Legislature duties on Monday. ! J ERS, HAY RAKES AND at DISTRICT. 262,116 247.331 203,052 177,216 85,705 55,645 35,808 30,979 27,010 25,132 22,500 Kate Ham Katie Mae Dickerson Alline Thomas TWINE. draught, Jennie Cox Ora Prather Sallie Anderson Lillie Croucher Lillian Estes Beulah Mae Beazley A Deering Binder is the lightest last longest and is easy to operate. BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. Mary Ellen Farley 225,625 Osa Coulter 214,150 Lucy Campbell Give Us Your Order Now. WossaMay Teater Rella Ruble Mary Belle Halcomb Flora Ruble Blanche Stone We can save you money on the above, call and let us prove to you that we have the best place in town to get a bargain. i every possible occasion. Clean your premises, scatter lime and other disenfectants freely, take every precaution against the long heated period that is sure to come. .Let us ward oil all the disease possion "Swat the fly" ble. Ignorance of the law excuses no one, and lest some of the readers of the Record should through their lack of opportunity be unacquainted with the laws made recently by the legislature, we publish herewith a synopsis of a few ot the laws in which we are most vitally interested: The Dkinking Cup Act. "The use of the common drinking cup on railroad trains and in railroad stations, public hotels, boarding houses restaurants or steamboats, in stores or other publicly frequented places in Kentucky is hereby prohibited. No person or corporation in charge of said place shall permit therein the use of the drinking cup in common. There must be a printed notice to the above effect in large letters placed conspicuously near the public the drinking water receptacle. Violators of this act will be fined not less than one dollar nor more than ten dollars and each days violation shall be deemed a seperate offense." Ethel Onstott Clodie Speaks Ophelia Montgomery Sallie Ham Maggie Norris Annie Osborne Ollie Crawford Mrs. Dave Newland Lillian Garner 198,750 188,400 170,650 161,700 148,500 148,325 126,500 120,065 118.600 114,025 115,025 111,500 113,825 HfiSELDEN BROS. BiWUfgiHiMi :r5ilfUlSil::r5il'iilfrgMrr5Ml Hi If You WANT a Good STRONG CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. 243,620 241,442 213,764 204.43S 188,352 141,377 128,905 109,642 78.220 38,317 34,784 29,915 14,800 8,712 8,100 4.078 1,772 1,030 1,000 BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. I There are many more acts passed by the recent legislature, such as a new law regulating telephone companies, a new fish and game law and others which are of vital importance, and which would our space permit we would glad ly publish. The acts are effective since the 12th inst, and copies have just been received by the county officials, A RubyParrish Mrs. Dove Garner Susie Butt Mamie Holman Ida Lee Campbell Eva Fletch Cecil Garner Mahala Howard Hattie Bogie MOWER OR New Attorney. ft Horace L. Walker was sworn in as a practising attorney at the Lancaster bar on Monday, and was also appointed E3XS32CS33e&33eSe a county examiner by the court. Horace has been attending the Jefferson School of Law in Louisville and Kager To Succeed McDowell. Take A. Ghild To Raise. took the first honors of his class at Gov. McCreary has appointed Judge their recent closing exercises, for which Mr. George L. Sehon. secretary of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society Samuel W. Hager of Owensboro a he was presented with a handsome Enforce School Attendence Act. f Louisville Ky. informs us that the member of the Board of Election Com gold metal. "That every parent, guardian le now contains a number of bright missioners to succeed Judge Charles Jren ranging in ages from wee R. McDowell, who resigned to become Ward Headly Dead. or other person residing within the boundary of the county school district Ijip to 13 and 14 years of age, and the attorney for the new Insurance Ward Headley of Madisonville, a that we assist him in finding Rating Commission. law, and having the custody, control or prominent western Kentucky attorney Tes for some of them. Any one supervision of any child or children beand democratic politician, died at the wishing to avail themselves of the opWelcome Rains. tween the ages of seven and twelve Norton Infirmary in Louisville Satportunity may do so by communicating years inclusive, shall cause such child Beautiful showers during the week urday after a lingering illness. Mr. with Kentucky Children's Home Soor children to be enrolled in and attend in will be remembered ciety, 10SG Baxter Avenue, Louisville, have aired the farmers of the cotnty Headly parochial to the extent of many thousands of Lancaster as having made a speech some public, private day or Ky. school regularly for the full common dollars. Those vho were not through here during the recent effort to orwere enabled to finish setting their to- ganize the Society of Equity in this school or grade common school term in Louis Fain Killed In Nicholasville. bacco and others to finish resetting, county. He was a forceful speaker each year in the common school district Louis Fain was shot through the ab- - oats were nearly made, corn and and made a,very favorable impression of the county in which the said child or children may live in this Commodomen by Joe Freeman in the saloon j meadows helped wonderfully and taken upon the people of this county. nwealth." of the Hotel Nicholas in Nicholasville altogether, the showers were very op- However this provision may be waivabout noon Tuesday. Fain was hurried portune. Dr. M. K. Denny Seeks More ed should the child be taught at home to the Good Sanaritan Hospital in LexQuarters. the branches taught in the school for ington where he died at an early hour Carrying Coals To New Castle. the same length of the school term, Wednesday as a result of the wound. Forced by his rapidly increasing pracWrong Impsession An article puband for the purpose of ascertaining this Only one shot was fired. The trouble tise to seek more commodious quarters, is said to have originated over an old lished in the Lancastor Record about a Dr. Marshall K. Denny has rented the is being done, the county court may orchild to submit to an examinagrudge. Freeman was arrested and fish fry given on Dix river some weeks rooms over Hurt & Andersons furni- der the placed in jail. Fain formerly lived in ago created the wrong impression. The tion by the superintendent. It shall be ture store and will take possession La. caster and was employed at the fish used at the fry were shipped to July 1st. These rooms haye been fit- the duty of the teachers to report at Danville from the city and taken to the laundry. regular intervals the names of parents camp. Not a single fish used was ted up in elegant style and the Doctor who fail to comply with the provisions caught from Dix river. Danville Ad- has equipped them with every instru- of this act. Any person found guilty Fayelte County Sheriff Wounded. ment and appliance known to modern vocate. Sheriff Dan W. Scott of Fayette dentistry and will be prepared to give of making a false affidavit as to the age of a child with the intention to county was on las" Saturday shot and to his patients as good service as may Why Is This. evade this act shall if found guilty, policeman Ben painfully .wounded by be obtained in any of the cities. may be fined in any sum not exceeding With the thermometer hovering in R. McCann, the shooting took place on fifty dollars or by imprisonment in the Blue Grass Harvest Over. main street in front of the Phoenix the vicinity of 100 and man and beast county jail not exceeding thirty days, early part of the suffering for water, the man for want , hotel' during the The blue harvest is over and proved or both at the discretion of the court. 'morning when that thoroughfare was of a drinking cup and the horse for the most bountiful one ever known in licrowded. Sheriff Scott was on his want of a place to drink, we can see the state. All the strippers have pull- Any one violating this act shall be able to a fine of not less than five and no good reason why the public waterway to his office at the court house ed in and the seed is now being cured and claims to have been unarmed. ing through on the public square should and prepared for the market. Mr. R. not more than twenty dollars for the McCann is said to have fired three not be in operation. There is an un- P. Gregory secured 10,000 bushels first offense and not less than ten nor shots from behind a lady pedestrian, precedented amonnt of water in the from the 1400 acre farm of Gentry in more than fifty for the second and one of which took effect in the big lake for this time of year, the trough Rnnlo nnrl nn ndilitlnnnl 9(lt)( VincViola each subsequent offense. sheriffs shoulder inflicting a wound was erected for this purpose, then why . f rom Qther sourceSt The D Liquor Law. Brog which has since confined him to the should it not be turned on in order gathered abijut 8000 bushels and there "That it shall be unlawful for any hospital with a shattered shoulder that the poor thirsty country horse is probably 500 bushels In the counly person, firm or corporation to purchase may slake his thirst when he comes to blade, and from which serious results which has been stripped with hand strip or procure for another spirituous, vintown. may follow. pers. Some sales of small lots have ous, malt or other intoxicating mixbeen reported at 60 to 65 cents per tures or decoctions either as the agent Good Position Goes To Lancaster Boy. A Former Garrard County Girl. bushel, bnt no big sales have as yet of the buyer or the agent of the seller A Birmingham paper announces that been made. The San Diego (Cal.) Uiion contains of said liquors, mixtures or decoctions aceffective July 1st Mr E. H. Blair will the following complimentary notice either for or without compensation in Sins Will Find You Out. companied by a photograph of Miss become General Southern Agent for Be Sure Your any county, district, precinct, town or Ceceile Elliott:- known as city where the sale of intoxicating liquthe Wabash, one of the leading railroads John H. McNamara, "Miss Elliott has arrived recently of the country and the southern- head- "King" McNamara, who on February ors has been prohibited, whether by from Lexington, Ky.f where she grad- quarters will in turn be removed from 11, 1899 shot and killed Jacob S. Kellar special act of the General Assembly or uated frdm the Hamilton College of Atlanta to Birmingham. Mr Blair an- in Lexington, was captured in the by vote of the people under the local Music, under the noted Fraulein Scudo nounces that effective with his own ap- lobby of the Seelbach hotel in Louis- option law of this state." Violation of of the Royal Conseratory of Leipsic. pointment he has appointed Mr. George ville on last Friday by Sheriff Scott of this act carries a fine of not less than Miss Klliott has come to make her B. Harris, at present chief clerk in the Lexington and was lodged in jail in sixty nor more than one hundred dollars home in San Diego and will be a valuble Uuion Depot ticke.t office, Birmingham Lexington. McNamara upon the ad- and not less than ten nor more than addition to the large cfrcle of talented under Ticket Agent J. V. Arnold, to vice of his attorneys declined to make fortytiays imprisonment or both in the be Traveling Passenger Agent of the any statements as to his whereabouts discretion of the court or jury trying musicians of San Diego." is a daughter of Mrs. Wabash line. Mr. Harris is a son ot during the thirteen years he has been the case. The provisions of this act Miss Elliott Milton Elliott of this city and a sister Judge and Mrs E. W, Harris of this a fugitive from justice, but it is does not apply to common carriers who of Dr W.Mc Elliott. After her gradu- place, and the appointment will prove a known that for the last few years he in good faith who deliyer liquor, not to ation recently from Hamilton college source of great satisfaction to his many has lived in Louisville, going under the exceed five gallon at one time to drugLexington recently, she went to make Lancaster friends. George is a thorugh assumed name of Dr. Jim Baker and gists and physicians, or to liquor preh- -r home with her sister, Mrs R. D. going all round railroadman and is sure was an assistant to Dr. Chawlk a vet- scribed on prescription by licensed to prove successful in his new position. erinary of Louisville. Steele in San Diego. Com-medious Bertha Rogers Bessie Reynolds Mane White Jewel Francisco Sadie Catler Nell Davis Ruby Cress.... Nancy Napier .- Business Growing. Hay Rake SEE Mr. H. V. Bastin, has improved his cream plant and is now better prepared than ever before to serve the public. He has just received a shipment of pints, quarts, and half gallon bottles and delivers milk, cream and buttermilk in them Mr. Bastin is a hustler and has the best in his shop that money can buy. TURMOIL AND CONFUSION W. Sisal J. E-OMASTS. At The National Republican Convention In Get Our Prices on the BEST Chicago And Nothing Done Towards Nominating As the Record goes to press the Re publican National Convention is in con fusion and further than the election of Binder Twine. a temporary chairman, nothing has been done. The convention opened by the followers of Roosevelt demanding of Chairman Rosewater of the National Committee, who called it to order, that the Roosevelt roll of delegates be accepted in lieu of the Taft roll, this would mean the seating of the eighty delegates which the National Committee had unseated; Rosewater held that nothing was in order before him save the election of a temporary chairman, which was at once proceeded or-mor-e GOOD : FOR : 1,000 : VOTES When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. Good For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered In Piano Contest. I VOTE FOR. - with, Secretary Elihu Root the Taft candidate winning over Gov. McGovern of Wisconsin, theNcandidate put forward by the followers of T. R., by a vote of 558 to 502. This vote is taken to be indicative of the relative strength of the two candidates and would indicate that the Taft forces are in control. After Mr. Root's election as temporary chairman, the same question as to the substitute roll call was put before him, and up to a late hour yesterday afternoon Gov. Hadley of Missouri was arguing the' question, and the indications are that, that it will be several days before a nomination is had, for as yet not even the Committee on Credentials has been appointed. One thing only is certain, not a living man is as yet able to tell who win be nominated, but so far, Taft is the favorite and if he is the republican nominee it looks like Roosevelt is sure to run on an independent ticket. Senator Bradley has stood by the President to the last and (Thursday) is slated to second his nomination in one of those good speeches for which he is noted. The democrats are eagerly watching for the final result and many of them are of the opinion that no matter who the republicans nominate, the democra tic nominee will be elected in Nflvem- 3rI Sfc vlt ber. to-d- ay - " " " ii Take Any Beam You like from our """Tfc "Til n fthffism&j&i mt,k-n,- M " 4 timber piles. No need to spend time in look ing for good ones. Every stick in the pile is sound, season- -- able and straight. Vfikj;4flilW 'J Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting them here. s Lancaster Lumber & M'fg 1 Go. TA ;JSw V" rs - &f . iir-i- - .- The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. Entered at the Fost as Second-Clas- s $1.00 a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Office in Lancaster, Ky., Mail Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., June 21, 1912. Rates For Political Announcements County Offices State and District Offices Calls, per line Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line For or For For For For Precinct and City Offices $ 5.00 10.00 15.00 .10 10 10 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress. We are authorized to announce Jack Chinn a candidate for Congress in the eighth district, subject to the action of included, by Messrs Chinn, Sullivan and the Democratic Primary to be held Helm, we have not had one cent of Mr Sullivan's money for anything anent August, 3rd, 1912. his candidacy that we have deemed We are authorized to announce Hon. proper to publish, and we defy Mr Helm J. A. Sullivan a candidate for Congress or any other person to prove that the in the eighth district, subject to the contrary is the case. We, like all other action of the Democratic Primary to be democrats of the Commonwealth of held August 3rd, 1912. Kentucky, are due a debt of eternal gratitude to Judge Sullivan, who more We are authorized to announce Harthan to any other man is due credit for vey Helm as a candidate for Congress the rf cent splendid democratic victory, in the eighth district, subject to the and to him is due a great deal of the action of the Democratic Primary to be credit for the enactment of many of held August 3rd 1912. the splendid laws passed by the recent legislature; to him is due a debtof gratFor Commonwealth Attorney. itude for the splendid Normal School at We are authorized to announce Emmet Richmond, Ky, which is doing so much Puryear as a candidate for Common to educate the young people who are wealth's attorney, subject to the action desirous of becoming teachers, and of the Democratic party. who but for the existence of this splenThe Record Is authorized to announce did institution, due principallyto the efW. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candi- forts of Judge Sullivan, would not be date for the nomination for Commo- able to see their hopes realized, would nwealth's Attorney, subject to the not be able to go out into the world and assist in redeeming Kentucky from the Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. illiteracy in which she has so long reFor County Judge. mained. The debt is all upon our side, We are authorized to announce Clay- and we take great pleasure in paying ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- it as best we may, but when all is said ty Judge of Garrard County subject to and done that is within our feeble efforts to say and do, we will still feel the action of the democratic party. that the debt is not paid in full. We are authorized to announce Not acknowledgeing that Mr Helm's James A. Beazley as a candidate for statements are true about the Record, County Judge of Garrard county, sub- being paid for the Sullivan articles, but ject to the action of the Democratic admitting for arguments sake that they Notwithstanding the fact that Judge Jere Sullivan is bound to us by the very strongest of personal ties, as he was to our father before us, and notwithstanding the fact that he has since his entry into the present congressinal race been our poiitical preference, we no sides in the matter, we have taken would have contented ourselves with quoting other papers of the district. However since in his speech in Danville last Saturday afternoon Hon. Havey Helm has seen proper to bring the Record into "the matter, and too without taking the trouble to find out as to the correctness of his assertions in regard to it, we deem that it is our duty to have some say in the matter. Holding up a Central Record before an audience of at least 300 representative citizens, and pointing to an article in regard to Judge Sullivan's candidacy, Mr. Helm made the assertion that Mr. Sullivan had paid for every line of the irticles published. We are at a loss to know where Mr Helm secured his misinformation, but we desire to say most emphatically that there was not one word of truth in the assertion. With the exception of the regular announce ment rates, paid to every democratic newspaper in the district, the Record The Demorest Comedy Co., will be here in a few weeks. Wheat Harvest Approaching. The Womans Club. J The weather permitting, farmers will begin cutting wheat next week. The acreage is below the average and the yield will probably be as bountiful as could be wished, but the quality of the grain is said to be unsurpassed. Notice To Contractors. Sealed bids will be received until Saturday, July Gth, for the erection of the new Consolidated School building at Paint Lick. Plans and specifications are in my office and may be seen upon application. Miss Jennie Higginc, Co., Supt. 3t Announcements have been received in Lancaster of the marriage in Birmingham. Ala., on the 12th inst of Miss Nellie Smith Adams and Mr. David Clark Parks. The bride is a daughter of Mr Ed Adams formerly of this county, but who now resides in Arkansas, and is a niece of Mesdames E. W. Harris, S. B. Henry and W. L. Lawson. o business man The groom is a Shawnee, Okla., where they will of make their home. well-to-d- Every Teacher Should Be There. are being made by Preparations in charge to make the meeting those of the Kentucky Educational Society in Louisville Ky. on June 25, 20 and 27th one of the most representative and the largest gathering in behalf of the cause of education ever held in Kentucky. Invitations have been sent out to all the trustees in the state to attend and many of them will be present. Many of the county boards will be present in a body. The various civic organizations ot Louisville are with the Louisville School Board and the state officers to make the occasion a successful one, and the meeting is sure to prove profitable and interesting to all who attend. Every teacher and any other person m Garrard county who is interested in the cause of education, who can possibly arrange to do so, should attend. Circuit Court. There will be a call meeting of the Womans Club on Wednesday, June 2Cth. at 4 o'clock in the Sunday School room of the Christian Church and all members and prospective members are invited and especially urged to be present. This is to be the last meeting of the year and the important work other through the battles pf the north of planning the programme for the and the south and emerging proudly proclaiming the cause of right and prin coming year is to be considered. ciple it is not feared that any shall The Womans Club is extending ard enlarging its departments and interest have deserted the literary ranks when is growing in proportion to the meas- the next roll is called. For next years work there will ba an ure of their energy, ability, and enentire change of programme and varied thusiasm. For next years work the departments of Music, Civics, Library from month to month, that is, a study Extension, and School Improvement of books and book criticism. They will welcome any new recruits. and Education have been added to the Literary Department. Each depart-meThe sum total of the expense of beis to meet once a month thereby longing to the Federated Womans Club enabling the members to take advant- - if fifty cents a year. Bring this amount age of all the work or just such work Wednesday, June 20th. that the State as they desire. dues which is ten cents each may be Eveiy woman in our town and county paid and the remaining forty cents put should find her place in this club. in the clubs treasuiy. Help to beautify your surroundings, cultivate the aesthetic side of life, help to raise the standard of the future citizenship of your community by providing and promoting the educational advantages of the boys and girls. Refinement, culture, and a broader, fuller meaning to life follows in the wake of such good work and woman will have found her true place in the genuine progress of the times. ni j ' tended itself beyond its narrow confines ' , .. . t anu oroKen us narrow urniuuions it is hoped that the tine soul and spirit may ever remain harmonious, just, bearing, and forbearing. Their last years work was a study of the history of our own land and after enjoying the comradeship each of the ,.,.., r?5-:i?- Si': 0 - rnmmm&BM&mmr Wire Drawn Tungsten BLiOTRI!fi I HMP jt t.a fear uji a , s s 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 light. STORMES mm STORE TmM.MSMM. (iIJLQIXMeX)'S) &&f&&f0&MmM&M MmgMf&Mn&mmmtfnmL - I if 9 f- BUY YOUR m 3 Library Extension. The June term of the Garrard Circuit Court convened Monday morning with Judge Charles A. Hardin presiding and Hon. George D. Florence County Attorney J. E. Robinson on hand to care for the interest of the Commonwealth. Sheriff Ballard and his deputies, Messrs C. A. Robinson, B. F. party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. llobinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the ac- tion of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomination of Assessor of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. B. Collier as a candidate for the nomination for assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Huffman for a candidate for assess or of Garrard county subject to the action of the Democratic party. For School Superintendent. Robinson, and Thomas Ballard, and Clerk Maton with Miss Sue Shelby Mason as his deputy, compose the officers of the court. After nis usual are, where is the harm? The columns strong charge to the grand jury, dealof a newspaper are its ing with all manner of crime, that just as Mr Helm's wind and bluff is body went at once to work. his, then- - why should we not if we The following compose the jury: choose, accept Mr. Sullivan's or any Grand Jury other candidates money for the publication of any article which we may James Denny, Foreman J. F. Robinson Sweeney Morgan Job Marsee see proper to publish about him. Ed Bourne We have hitherto held a kindly feel- Webb Kelly G. W. Thompson ing toward Mr Helm, have refrained Eb Cook Thomas Rankin James A Green from anything that would injure his James Foster J. W. Raney cause, and we think that before he Jury. Petit held the Central Record up and made a target of it before the eyes of the J. W. Sweeney S. L. Rich Eighth District, every county of which G. A. Morgan J. T. Raney was represented at the Boyle county Sim Clark Milton Ward speaking, he should at least have done Robert Hutchinson Will Leavell us the justice to make sure of the truth Joe Burnside Dave Swope or falsity of his remarks. H. K. Herndon Walter Fain J. M. Sanders J. B. Woods Davis Sutton Editor Saufley in the Interior Jour- J. W. Miller Wm. Duncan Jerome Tinsley nal, prompted by a letter issued by C. S. Ballew Judge E. V, Puryear of Danville, who E. W. Morrow A. W. Kavanaugh B. F. Holtzclaw is seeking the democratic nomination Alex Walker for Commonwealth's Attorney, in which John Davis It is more than probable that this he states that Lincoln has been dealt very kindly with in the past in the dis- week will be devoted to the disposition tribution of the offices of the district, of criminal business, after which the court will adjourn until the fourth Monhas the following to say: day in August, when a two weeks term "The Danville Advocate utters a long wail against the office holders of Lin- will be held. Judge Hardin is promptcoln county, present and prospective, ed to this action by the fact that this and asks in conclusion if it is not about is an unusually busy time with the fartime for Boyle to have something. mer, and they cannot without considerable sacrifice to themselves devote Well, if Boyle had any good material-li- ke Lincoln for instance it might be their time to the court, and he dislikes possible to cut off a small piece of pie to work a hard ship upon them while they are busy in their crops. to her. But aud hand stock-in-trad- e, it now stands we see no chance as the matter for our We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins as a candidate for School Superintendant for Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Jailer. We are authorized to announce Jack Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Dave Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Magistrate. We. are authorizeo. to announce John N. White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ship- ton H. Estes as a candidate for Mag-strate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Taylor T. Burdett as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Garrard county, subject to the action of friends across the line." It is true that Lincoln county has produced some brilliant men, and those men have been signally honored, even now one of her sons is filling the most lucrative and honorable positions within the gift of the people, but there are others, the good county of Boyle has not been without her brilliant men, it is useless to enumerate them, we all know them; Mercer a.nd Garrard are not without men famous in the history of the blue grass, men who have reflect ed honor, not only upon their county but upon the entire district, and have stood out in state and national affairs. It is true that of late years, by some means or other Lincoln county has drawn more than was her mete of the district offices, but her neighboring counties have stood loyally by the candidates she offered, and have aided them to secure the offices which they sought, even down in the county of Boyle they were given the unstinted support of the democracy. At the present time Hon. Harvey Helm of Lincoln county is asking the suffrage of the n democrats of the districts for a for Congress, and Hon. Wm. Burch is seeking the nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney, and both doubtless are expecting, and will receive some support at the hands of the Boyle county democracy. However, we are not of the opinion that such re marks as are quoted above from the Interior Journal will have a tendency to win followers to their standard. renom-inatio- Grow Hair At 65 Years Of Age. Dear Sir- - "I heard of PARISIAN SAGE and my head would itch a good deal, I thought I would try it. I never used any remedies before and was bald on top of my head. I am using the third bottle and have a lot of hair where I was bald. I would like you to see the new hair sprouting from my head. The itching in my scalp quickly disappeared. I am 65 years old and have been at the Ba In looking to the future of our town and county there is no greater need and there could be no more far reaching influence for good than a free public library. It is a generally recognized fact that access to good books, especially among the young, has much to do with the formation of character and produces a & higher order of citizenship by the and mind. ideals it creates in the heart In ancient times collections of books were attached to the Jewish Synagogues, learning and knowledge forming a part of religion and establishing a The first man who ever sold Indian splendid precedent, and today wherever Remedies in the State of Kentucky a church spire rears itself heavenward good books should form a part of its and my remedies have a reputation . for themselves that can never be torn furnishings. In ages past civilization followed the down, given up by all who have tried love of science and literature, and them to do all I claim for them. You seats of learning and culture were may notice most advertising doctors , formed around the magniricient struc- and medicine companies, advertise and publish testimonials of people. They tures called libraries in whose shadows lived and died the scholars whose come away from their home town, selerudition and knowledge have been dom ever one cured at home. As I preserved as an undying monument to have often told my friends in my lectheir unselfish devotion to the race of tures, testimonials are cheap. What I B. F. HUDSON, Piesident. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. today is just as have and want is walking and talking man. Humankind ORGANIZED 1SS3. susceptible to the uplifting influence of advertisements and not testimonials cf P people j ou never knew, and right here books as in times past and no truly progressive community is without its in Garrard, Lincoln, Boyle. Casey, Madison, Clark, Jessamine, Fayette, public library. and all joining counties, I w OF LANCASTER, KY. The Womans Club during the past Franklin have hundreds of people who will testi- winter at their own expense furnished SURPLUS $35,000. CAPITAL $50,000. to the public a small case of books. fy to the merits of my Indian Remedies When I came to Kentucky four years These books will be replaced for the W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ago I sold my remedies by puting summer by others that are particularly suited to the young whose pleasure has fourth an effort and getting behind W. 0. Rig.vey, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker. Jr., them now THE PEOPLE SELL TIIEM j been especially considered. FOR ME, ask any one who has used The Library Extension of the Womans Club proposes to form of them they will tell you what you want to know, I have my Remedies now in useu uie nucleus oi a puuuc uurury over 300 Drug Stores, my mail order J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs and during the coming year they de- - ' business is immence as people are termine to put forth great energy and Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. using my Remedies all over several effort to that end. They need your assistance. Arc you interested in the states. One of my leaders is PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS A 45 DAYS welfare of your children and your children's children? Let your answer TREATMENT FOR $1.00 For all 332 inr'rfwv q?a7 Blood Diseases. Rheumatism. Kidney, be a book. Liver, Stomache, Female, and all School Improvement and Education. Nervous Diseases, hundreds of people in Garrard Cnnnt.v will tostifv tn thulr , '" -- mi .i i uns i me star oie !i uepartment. is in me merits OF LANCASTER. ascendency. The bonds have been puRSLEY'S INDIAN HERB the plans accepted and the con-- 1 ARRH REMEDY for all forms of cat- "dUieiIul a "w scuoui arrh and diseases of the mucus lining structure that not only meets the re- - of the nasuI passages headt throat A. R. DENNY, President. quirements and wants of the present atamache. Wels. i.w. kilnr nml i ' ' J. E. STORMES, Vice Pre3't. but looks to the future for time to (bladder a 90 DAYS TREATMENT come. This speaks well for the interS. C. DENNY, Cashier. 2.50 est of the people who realize in the r. R. T. Embry, DAKOTA JACK'S COW BOY LINIJ. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. child the making of future citizenship MENT never was nor never will be that shall count for our weal or woe. beaten. For all or any pain stops Interest along these lines should nev- pain in one minute a wonder for Deafer abate but should grow in accordance ness, PRICE 25cts PER BOTTLE. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. with the demands of the times for edCREME SOAP for all the people all men and women in every busi- the time NUF SAID 3 cakes 2octs. ucated Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey. J. E. ness and in every walk of life. In Garrard County the above RemeStormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. In return for the best educational dies are soH by J. E. Stormes Drugfacilities offered it should be looked to gist Lancaster, Ky., Henry Kuhlman that the compulsory school law is en- Lowell,Ky., Coy Sanders Stone, Ky., forced. or by J. J. Pursley (Dakota Jack) Lancaster, Ky., my home office. All The Music Department. mail orders promptly filled and prepaid "The man that hath no music in to your home at regular price. 9 ream. y Dakota Jack. J. J. Pursley. i i Sherbets, Butter, Buttermilk and Fish from the 1 wwwJiiiViL L I ie Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- r. I I 1 ' ' I I ! I Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. , THE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000. -- ? CAT-vote- d, $Surplus 25,000. Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. zaar 51 years. Wm. A. Hopper, Auctioneer Hark- ness Bazzaar, Ninth & Samson Sts, Philadelphia, Pa. Large bottle of PARISIAN SAGE 50 cents. Guaranteed by R. E.McRoberts & Son for dandruff, falling hair and scalp itch. Puts life and beauty into faded, hair and is a delightful hair dress ing.. Need Original Thinkers. We want today men and women to think for themselves; working men have been too apt to accept the thoughts of others. Exchange. A Charming Woman. the democratic party. is one who is lovely in face, form, mind and temper But its hard for a woman to be charming without health. A weak, sickly woman will be nervous and irritable. Constipation and kidney poisons show in pimples, blotches, skin eruptions and a wretched complexion. But iiilectnc Bitters always prove a godsend to women who want health, beauty and friends. They regulate Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify Lost between Fairview church and the blood; give strong nerves, bright breath, smooth, velvety Hyattsville on Sunday night a white eyes, pure complexion and perfect skin, lovely cashmere baby coat. Return to Mr Wl health. Try them. 50c at R. E. H. Smith, Hyattsville, Ky. & Son. Mc-Robe- rts 1-- m himself, Nor is not moved with concord of From Small Beginnings. sweet sounds, Men who have made their fortunes COi fT"HT Is fit for treasons strategems, and are not those who have had five thourwaajyiw"? r- -g spoils; sand dollars given them to start with, but started fair and with a LOOK FOR THE STAMP ine motions oi his spirit are dull as dollar oi two. Grace Greenwood. night, "C0R7RIGHT" Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. And his affections dark as Erebus. Let and accept no rubstllute, if ycu want a roof lhat man be trusted". bhakespeare has put it so strong will bit as long as the buildins. and never need that no one would dare acknowledge ;??. tSs 3.. 2 S repairs never need attention of any kind, except an ear unattuned to divine melodies A Face Retenoid. an occasional ccat of paint. and few there are who are not really adies Delight. moved by a "concord of sweet sounds." A Freckle Remover, Slorm-proLighining-proo- f 3. This department of the Womans B leaches the Skin, Club bids fair to outrival all others in A labasterlike Effect, Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. numbers and in talents to say nothing S mooth, velvety skin, of their youth and beauty. A delight- T onic for Face Muscles, ful program is being prepared by a R ejnvenates Your Youth, capable and efficient committee. Their O f Great Beautifying Power, ovelier Facial Appearance. motto is "Crescendo" and they mean to pour into tlie volume of their work, Alabastrol enthusiasm, good cheer, and sociabiliIn the last two months we sold 1,852 ty. packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because Civics. it is the most perfect production of its To the enterprising, public spirited kind on the market, universally indorsM citizen this department appeals strong- ed by users. Removes Freckles, Sunly, and many who do not care for other burn, Tan, etc. Allays chafed skin club work will here find use for or- and is the Ideal Combination Cream ganized effort tending toward the bet- and powder. None give that soothing, terment of conditions and surround- cooling feeling as Alabastrol and whose use is so much appreciated. It acts on ings. 3 Everyone desires a "City Beautiful" the face not unlike a refreshing, cooling Spring Morning. We guarantee it Join this movement and lend a helping to be satisfactory in every respect. hand to the cause. Mailed to your home in generous size Literature. packages and in plain wrapper for 50 This has in times past been the real Cents Silver. No Samples. body of the Womans Club that it now The Siloeon Mf'g Co., Pueblo, Colorado &A put forth new members, that it has ex- S65t. wv 5? . Si&&O&i. 5C l Ci&Wi!5-s- ' METAL ' gHBNOLES well-earne- d no-suc- Facts. Fixz-pio- cf cf f For $1.50 Per Gallon 8 We will sell you 1he 1 l S 0 I P Best Paint of it. made and GURANTEE every drop C& I I m R. E. McRoberts Son. I i I iS. - ... .k s hS?p ANNIE ROONEY 4104 PEAVINE Crestland, :tl73, Vol. 7. ,85 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 179C. Dam Annie Rooney 4101; 2nd dam Powell's Drenon; he by Brinker's Drenon 1600. Will serve mares at SCRAPS SIUMOR Under Uiscipline Hammond noticed that his wife looked tired one Saturday afternoon when he returned home early from the office. When he spoke of it ihe admitted that she was pretty well worn out, and when he discovered that she had dropped a tear on the lapet of his iClSS down the throat of a "capey" chicken destroys the worms nnd saves the chick's life. A few drops in the ilrinktntr water W. O. Phone 33. Riney Lancaster, Ky'; Funeral Director and Embalmer. Office Phone 18. SPECIAL EXCURSION " $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. WmSh CURES and Home PREVENTS GAPES 1 white diarrhoea, ronp, cholera and other chick diseases. One 50c Bottle of A r & Sfc- - 'm " I coat he insisted that she should take an afternoon off. Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. "You're worn out taking care of Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of W. C. FITZPATRICK, that youngster," be said. "Now, you this medicine on hand. Write for free sample just trot along to the matinee or any- and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, Phone 42- -5 Rings, P. L. Exchange. BOURBOK REMEDY COMPANY. Lexington, Ky. PAINT LICK. KY. where you feel like going, and I'll atNatural Curiosity. tend to the offspring. He needs a He had been calling on her twice a little masculine discipline, anyway." Sold by HASELDON BROS. week for six months, but had not proMrs. Hammond demurred on the posed. ground that she didn't want Hammond "Amy," he said, as they were tak- to devote all his Saturday afternoon ing a moonlight stroll one evening. to taking care of the baby, but HamRound Round "I er am going to ask you an im- mond was determined and eventually Trip . Trip portant question." had his way. "Oh, George," she exclaimed. "This "You're the dearest thing that ever is so sudden. Why, I " lived," murmured his wife, as she SPECIAL TRAIN "What I want to ask is this." he in- kissed him goodby. "Hut I'm atraid terrupted. "What date have you and you'll be sorry. Baby is so so effervesyour mother decided upon for our cent." wedding?" Answers. "Pooh!" scoffed Hammond. Then ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. ItPfekjl r a 1 321 k w J 11 y 1 i 1 he smiled in a superior way. When he returned to the living room His Concern. "I was awfully sorry, old chap," Hammond found his son, who was said Dubbleigh to Wilkerson, "when I seated on a small stool and looking m Easiest to AJ;. heard that your chauffeur had taken quite impossibly virtuous, gravely convkV-'e- y your car and run off with your daugh- templating the landscape from the fit on anv V front window. The situation appeared ter." Ik Q. D. Clincher "Thanks, old man," said Wilkerson, easy, so Hammond sat down on the returning the other's sympathetic chair nearest the infant and pulled pressure of the hand. "It was a brand-ne- out his oldest and smelliest pipe. "What do you say to having a car, too," he added, his voice smoke, old man?" he inquired, jocutrembling with emotion. Harper's larly. Weekly. "Ough!" replied tho baby, approvingly. Then he squirmed off his stool Made-to-We- ar Auto Suggestion. "To ,show how unconsciously a and went and stood by his father's to man's business may be in his mind at side. "Rather a good stunt, having the all times, I look a financial operator feminine element take Itself off occato a fancier's to select a dog, and Michelin Tubes to what kind of a dog do you think he sionally, hey?" Hammond inquired pleasantly, as he pushed the tobacco asked for at once?" tubes down into his pipe with his little linYou ? Does This "What kind?" ger. He laid the pipe on the arm of "A water dog. Said he had heard the chair, rose and crossed over to it was a good stock proposition." the mantel to get a match. It expresses the maker's faith in the product. "Humph!" said the baby in a mufLogic of the Situation. fled tone. Labor is the principal cost in painting. The material should he the best. "Don't you actors get disgusted with Hammond turned in time to see him so many matinee girls at your per- cramming as much of the pipe's stem formances?" down his throat as he could conveniYOU CANNOT AFFORD ANY OTHER KIND. "Not a bit. It gives us professional ently insert there. However, as his encouragement. You see, when wo father leaped toward him, he gave a FOR SALE BY hit a miss, we are sure we'll never chuckle, removed the pipe from his miss a hit." mouth, dexterously shook the contents out of his own clean little cranium, then threw the pipe upon the AND SHE GRABBED HIM. hearth. The sound made by the amber mouthpiece as it broke against the tiles caused baby to become fairly delirious with joy. Squealing like an Where Your Monecstatic pig, he ran from the living -1 r3 room back into the dinlrg room. ey Has Gone Hammond set his lips firmly. "Now," - V.ttTW he said to himself, "is the time to i will not puzzle you if teach him the rudiments of being a BourbonPoultryCure CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, June 30th. $1.50 1 SO MICHELIN Qui i. I Kj Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. jP m&W Detachable Clincher w Hanna's Green Seal "The Paint" Mean Anything to Just as superior other tires as Red Inner other are Formula on Every Package IN STOCK BY C. C. & J. E. Sformes. CONN BROTHERS. J Zf '''t --- "3 r you have an accountjat The Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Your bank book will tell you how much you had. Your checks will tell you how much you spent and what for. A bank ac-- If you are not now a count cultivates the saving habit. customer we invite you to become one. citizen." He followed the baby into the dining room, where he was sitting under the table. Hammond stooped down and spoke sternly to the chuckling law-abidin- g GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS miscreant. '" The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. $.$ K WW SWSW5 W5 W W3WWEW-8W-- 18,045 In Prizes "I'm surprised to hear of Gruet's engagement. I didn't think he was a marrying man." "He wasn't until he met a marrying woman." We Wonders Wo wonder, on OFFERED BY That other shore, If people still Ask. "What's the score?" 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. Her Ljmlt. "I went out to speak to your cook while she was making up her bread, and she was so glum and silent that 1 felt compelled to leave. I thought she was so sociable." "So she is, as a rule, but unlike the majority, she does not care to have anyone around in her hour of knead." Oldtimer Is your married life one grand, sweet song? Newlywed Well, since our baby's been born it's been like an opera, full of grand marches, with loud calls for the author every night. Tit-Bits. Married Life Like an Opera. SUMMARY OF PRIZES. One Rambler Cross Country Tonring Car One Overland. Model 60-Touring Car One Hupmobile Touring Car One Colby Player Piano Six $200 Columbia Grafonoias Six $100 Diamonds Six $75 Bank Accounts Six $75 Furniture Credits Six $75 Scholarships Six $50 Merchandise Credits T, ) v $1,815 1,255 950 575 1,200 town? Quicker the Sooner. Is there an ordinance limiting the speed of autos in this Chauffeur Natlve-rGaws- h, no!' You fellers can't git through Squashville any toe quick fer us." 'coo 450 450 450 300 ;... Deeply In Love. "She's dreadfully in love with, him." $8,045 "That so?" "Yes. He's spoken sharply to hex four or five times now, and she hasn't threatened to sue for a divorce." Some Time. "How long have you been out ol dexterously avoiding the father's outstretched hand every time he passed, then suddenly stopped and threw his arms around his father's knees, shouting joyously. Hammond disengaged himself and taking his son by the hand led him back into the living room. "Pick up that pipe, young man," said Hammond, sternly. The baby blinked at him and the corners of his lips curled upward. "I "mean it," in sisted Hammond. The baby responded with his tamlliar chuckle and capered cheerfully. "Very well," said Hammond in a tone of finality. He led his son out into the hall. "Now, will you go back and pick up tho pipe?" he inquired, "or will you go into the lavatory and stay for the rest of the afternoon?" For answer the baby dived into the lavatory and plunged headlong into a pile of pleasantly plump pillows that had been left on the floor to get the sun. Finding this quite soul satisfying, he presently righted himself and beamed upon his progenitor. "You'll stay here?" asked Hammond. "Very well. You can come outwhen you're ready to mind daddy." The baby merely projected himself once more Into the mass of feathers. Thereupon Hammond shut the door and went back to the living room. s of an hour later he returned and led his son forth to the scene of battle. "Now," he said, assuming a frown that should have sent terror to the infantile heart, "pick up that pipe." The small boy looked up into bis father's face and the smile faded from his own plump countenance. He dropped his father's hand and got down slowly upon his knees. Once more he glanced up at his father. Seeing no sign of relenting, ho put out his hand slowly, picked up the pipe, struggled to his feet and, with remarkably good almt planted the pipe upon his father's solar plexus. Then, shouting in mirth, he fled. Three-quarter- "Come out, son," he said. Son merely hitched himself farther over toward the other side of the table, shaking his head delightedly. He then ran around the room three times, ms . vTOy fc,- - s sssssr...r 5i fSSX-- S Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every - day by the Cow Boy Herbalist W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. CHARLIE WHITEMOON, 3729-3- 1 j Deep down in every human heart lies a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S medicines, Roots & Herbs. Too long have the secrets of nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded God's promises. Modern doctors think only of "operations" & strong drugs, while human suffering & deaths from disease increase rapidly every year. & among the Indians gie me a peculiar Health is natural, disease unnatural. 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I desire to enter and will be pleased to have you send me full particulars and receipt book. It is understood that this coupon is to count 1,000 votes for me in case my nomination is accepted. your-contest Start. Visiting Cards, Announcements, Monogram Paper, Embossed Letter Heads and Envelopes. 'jk tl Name Address fa$gS$:i$$:& A trom a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail, fireworks, or of any other nature, demands prompt treatment with Bucklen,s Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene. Its the quickest, surest healer for all such wounds as also for Burns, Boils, Sores Eruptions, Eczema, Chapped Hands, Corns or Piles. Wtc m- at R. E. McRoberts & Son. after you tpke Dr. King's New Life Pills, and you'll quickly enjoy their fine results. Constipation and indigestion vanish and fine appetite returns. They regulate stomach, liver and bowels and impart new strength and energy to the whdje system. Try them. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts SEE THE CENTRAL RECORD Ask For Sam pis. -- &Son. lm ? y ,a&-?m JJ- -, V Ji '9. --- FINANCIAL STATEMENT Of Garrard County from April 3, 191 , to April 2nd, 1912. 1 980 Fitch Dustdown Co. account Dr J. B. Kinnaird health offices 37 50 salary J. J. Walker, Jr. premium on m- 10 00 surance J. E. Robinson, Co atty salary 175 00 E W Morrow keeping In repair town clock 1 Jno M Parra coroner acct Mrs T E Naylor taking care pauper lunatic 25 00 43 50 20 00 35 00 County Fiscal Court from October 3rd, 1911 up to and including May 15th, 1912, payable out of the Treasurer and Levy respectively as set out opposite Baker Tom 6 days hauling on Jack Adams janitorcourt house and jail L their names. S j 13 00 Ledford M. F. 3 days hauling Arnold Robt 2$ days on road Levy 1912 4 50 on road Levy 1912 Broaddus T, L. Jr. 5 days haul1 50 Mason Shelby Stenographer on road Levy 1912 board supervisors ing on road Levy 1912 250 00 salary Circuit Court acct Levy 1912 114 90 White Bessie 6 days hauling on 29170 75 00 Broaddus John 1 days hauling on Morton John P. acct for books 9 00 172 00 B F Hudson Treas salary road Levy 1912 10 45 Levy 1902 road Levy 1912 75 00 " 66 84 J W Hamilton Clerk salary White J. H. 1$ days hauling on . of Bryantsville Tax Bank Marsee Noah 2 days hauling Bourne Cleveland 1 days haulroad Levy 1912 2 25 10165 Dr Wm Burnett Co physician Tax Peoples Bank Paint Lick 3 00 White Davie 1 days hauling on road 1912 1 50 ing on road Levy 1912 50 00 '. 1912 salary 2 69 .'.... American Tel and Tel Co Franchise Miller J. D'. 2 days hauling 275 00 Bland Bill 2 days hauling on Clark Sim chairman 11 30 A D Ford Co Judge salary on road Levy 1912 225 East Tenn Telephone Co franchise 3 00 Yantis T. L viewer 2 days on road Levy 1912 3 00 Cruse Bill 1 day hauling on road vroad Levy 1912 52 A D Leavell live stock innpector 8 Western Union Telegraph Co franchise McQuerry Hamp 4 days hauling 37 50 Bourne Oile 1$ days hauling on Cooley Ebb 2 day hauling on (G. N. Ray road case) Levy salary 23 18 Adams Express Co., franchise 6 50 ing and nails 50c Levy 1912 2 25 road Levy 1912 1 50 1912 road 3 00) 568 00 Jennie Higgins school Supt salary 162 50 L. & N. R. R. franchise 8 00 McQuerry Sam 6 days hauling Same 400 ft lumber 527 35 Jack Adams janitor Cthouse, jail 35 00 Brown H. C. 2 days hauling on by Revenue Agents Yeakey Jas 1$ days hauling on Back Tax Collected 9 00 on road Levy 1912 3 00 Cotton Charlie 2$ days hauling road Levy 1912 24 00 John Burns bal painting Court road Levy 1912 2 25 By check J. P. Bourne for team 3 75 Martin Ira 6 days hauling on 208 00 Broaddus Walker I davs hauling on road levy 1912 house 3 37 Batson R. H. election com'r 5 By check J. W. Hamilton back taxes 9 00 road Levy 1912 1 50 Clark. J. T. 1 days hauling on on road Levy 1912 8 00 I E Naylor taking care pauper days LeVy 1912 10 00 By check J. A. Doty for tiling 1 50 Montgomery L. M. & E. C. 5$ 1912 20 00 Conn Fred J. Flrgman Ward road levy lunatic 5 00 Ballard G. T. election com'r 5 By cash by A. D. Ford days hauling on road Levy 1 50 Center D. M. 4 days hauling on case. Levy 1912. " 5 00 Will McCoy cleaning stone work 10 00 days Levy 1912 By cash by Coldiron 8 25 1912 6 00 50 00 Campbell J. H. 5 days hauling road levy 1912 at court house 511 50 By Vouchers, City of Lancaster for work on streets Baird S. L. Clerk of election Montgonery Earnest 5 days 7 50 Crawford Jim 5 days hauling on on road Levy 1912 .'. 12 24 Cit. National Bank for 42 couBy cash, J. W. Hamilton for coal Levy 1912 2 00 7 50 hauling on road Levy 1912 7 50 420 00 Creech H. D. 3 days hauling on road levy 1912 pons turnpike bonds 150 00 Bogie J. 0. Clerk of election By J. P. Bourne, check rent for Work House Montgomery Heny 3$ days 4 50 Compton Hayden 1 days hauling road Levy 1912 11,415 43 John Burns for painting Cthouse 300 00 By amount on hand in Treasurer, April 3, 1911 2 00 Levy 1912 5 25 hauling on road Levy 1912 Clark Huston 1$ days hauling on 1 50 Dr J B Kinnaird health officer on ioad levy 1912 Bowling G. A. Clerk of election Mason Tyre 2 days hauling $47,297 18 2 25 Cates Raymon 6 days hauling on road Levy 1912 37 50 salary Levy 1912 2 00 3 00 on road Levy 1912 Amount paid out by Co. Treasurer as per list of claims $35,996 o? 1 days hauling on 9 00 37 50 Clark Robert road levy 1912 Sam Perkins work on ct house Browning R. C. Judge of elec5,508 05 McQuerry L. W. 5$ days paid out by Sheriff as per list of claims Amount 1 50 Cook Fount 3 days hauling on road Levy 1912 I E Naylor taking care pauper tion Levy 1912 ' 200 8 25 5,793 06 Balance in Treasury April 2, 1912 hauling on road Levy 1912 Clark J. H. 4 days hauling on 4 50 20 00 road levy lunatic Bastin H. V. Judge of election Napier C. F. 3 days hauling 6 00 Cotton Ira 2$ days work on road road Levy 1912 $47,297 18 $47,297 18 Jack Adams janitor jail and ct 2 00 Levy 1912 4 50 on road Levy 1912 levy 35 00 Church Jame 6 days hauling on house 2 00 Bastin A. H. Judge of election O'Hearn Thos. 4 days hauling 9 00 Calico John 3 days hauling on road road Levy 1912 37 00 Jim Houd work on Ct House 6 00 Broaddus Cromley Clerk of on road Levy 1912 j Cleveland Bourne 9$ rods rock 7 00 Crave Billy 1 days hauling on Davidson & Doty acct levy 1912 Will McCoy work on Ct house 2 00 election Levy 1912 Pointer J. W. putting up elec- . 3 days ditching 80 25 I E Naylor taking care pauper road Levy 1912 150 Davidson L. G. acct levy 1912 Bourne Cleveland Sheriff of 5 00 tioe booths Levy 1912 Andy Adams 3 days work 3 75 20 00 Chestnut J. T. 4 days hauling Davis Jeff 1 days hauling on road lunatic 2 00 election Levy 1912 1 50 Preston Earl 3 days hauling Same 5 Same 1912 6 25 leey 6 00 on road Levy 1912 Clark James Sheriff of election Central Record publishing finan5 25 on road Levy 1912 5 00 Doolin Ben 6 days hauling on road Herb Salter 4 days work Chestnut J. V. 4 days hauling Levy 1912 cial condition of Garrard Co 200 6 00 Pingleton George 3 sills for leyy W. H. Graham repairing bridge 6 00 1912 Durham J.J. Sheriff and mileage 99 50 . on road Levy and claims allowed 2 00 bridge Levy 1912 Doolin W. T. 5 days hauling on by 35 25 Buena Vista pike Allowed 3 44 Levy 1912 Jennie Higgins school supt salry 162 50 j Collett B. C. 6 days hauling on 7 50 Pingleton George 1$ days haulroad levy Fostor & Ray $ on 30 rods rock 9.00 road Levy 1912 Davis S.P. Sheriff and mileage W G Gooch road supervisors sal 95 225 Doolin W. T. nails and dynamite ing on road Levy 1912 113 75 broke and 2$ rods County Levy 1912 250 00 Collett Matt 6 days hauling on ary 323 Payne Ezekill 4 days hauling Davis George 4 days hauling on W. H. 'Graham 3$ rods rock 9 00 road Levy 1912 275 00 B. C. Ford clerk election levy A D Ford Co Judge salary 1 50 6 00 road levy 1912. on road Levy 1912 18 75 dist 2 sec 2 Connon Geo 1$ days hauling on 1912 Dr Wm Burnett Co physician 200 to Ike Duncan $ days hauling on Payne Wm. 4 days hauling on Hughes Bros 42 rods rock C. 2 25 road Levy 1912 Gosney N. J. Judge election and 50 00 salary 6 00 75 road Levy 1912 road Levy 1912 385 00 0. Pike 9 80 Carter Geo. 5 days hauling on 3 44 (mileage) levy 1912 Fitch Durtown Co acct Wilbert Daily 3 days hauling on J. H. Payne 2 days hauling on 50 52 John Brim & Son 7$ rods rock 7 50 road Levy 1912 Gooch W. G. Judge election levy 75 00 J W Hamilton Clerk salary 3 00 4 50 road Levy 1912 road Levy 1912 7 50 A. D. Grant 6 days work B F Hudson Traas salary 1912 75 00 Cruther Charlie 3 days hauling 200 Prewitt Nat 3 days hauling on 15 00 4 50 T. E. Dunn 2 days hauling on J. W. Bourne 5 days hauling on road Levy 1912 A D Leavell live stock inspecHamilton J. W. Judge election 4 50 3 00 road Levy 1912 road Levy 1912 15 00 Fred Hughes 6 days work . ' 37 50 Cotton Chas 3 days hauling on levy 1912 tor salary 20o Pendleton Hiram 5 days hauling 6 25 4 50 Jim Dorton 6 days hauling on Jim Adams 5 days work Levy 1912 From Last road Continued Layton Alex sheriff election and E Robinson Co Atty salary " 175 00 J 5 days hauling on road road Levy 1912 Good Roads Machine Co. one 2 23 Lewis West clerk election 2 00 Calico Forest 1$ days hauling 50 (mileage) levy 1912 Levy 1912 8 00 cutting edge 2 25 Same 1 Same on road Levy 1912 Marsee Job Judge election levy Jack Adams janitor Ct house Prewitt Nat 3$ days hauling on Levi Elam 3 days hauling on Kelly Springfield Road Roller 6 Jim Clouse plastering, ditching 1912 2 00 and jail 35 00 Chestnut T. D. days hauling 5 25 road Levy 1912 4 50 road Levy 1912 Co. part payment on 9 00 on road Levy 1912 fixing culverts and fencing Noah Marsee Judge election levy H B Northcott Acct 17 35 Pennington Sam 3 days hauling E. E. Estridge 1 days hauling 1350 66 machinery 6 50 00 Poor Ridge Pike 2 00 1912 120 16 Dickerson James days hauling Lancaster Lbr & Mfg Co acct 4 50 on road Levy 1912 1 50 on road Levy 1912 G. H. Ruble days hauling on 9 00 on road Levy 1912 Ollie Lane on 2 rods rock Moss W. B. clerk election levy Becker Ballard & Co pauper acct 27 00 Pennington Tim 4 days hauling J. N. Farley setting up Elec on road 7 50 1 days hauling on 10 70 broke 1912 293 80 Dean Charley 200 Conn Bros acct 6 00 on road Levy 1912 3 00 tion Booths Levy 1912 Rhode Wylie 2 days hauling on 1 50 1912 road Levy Miles Lillard Judge and mileage Davis Sutton 61 rods rock I E Naylor care of pauper lunatic 20 00 Dan 1 days hauling on Phelps W. H. Furr 6 days hauling on J- - W. 1 days haul'ng on road 3 00 3 44 levy 1912 broke 5$ rods broke and 18 00 Elmore S N Davis pauper acct 1 50 road Levy 1912 9 00 road Levy 1912 Indiania Road Machine Co. 1 50 Levy 1912 road 277 20 spread McWhorter E. C. sheriff election B M Lear judge election 2 00 Pendleton Clarence 1 days hual- Sam Francis 1 days hauling on note and int. 1272 72 1 days hauling on Foster & Ray spreading 10 3 23 9 42 Folger F. N. m&Y&12 -Garrard Milling Co acct coal ing on road Levy 1912 1 50 road Levy 1912 1 50 road Levy 1912 32 50 Geo. Brown Treas Drake rods rock - H- - JudSe election levy Dollins caring for pauper 12 00 Bill Prather Willie 2 days hauling . Wm. Fergerson 4 days hauling Creek turnpike 357 60 Ford Bascom 1 days hauling on Ray & Anderson on 12 rods 2 00 1912 Jack Adams janitor Ct house 3 00 .- on road Levy 1912 6 00 on road Lew 1912 1 50 road Levy 1912 52 50 Chas. Cotton Treas Back rock broke Robinson B. F. clerk election levy and jail 35 0C Prather Sam 2 days hauling on Glass & Sanders acct for 196 90 Creek turnpike Folger Frank 5 days hauling on " 7 50 Jim Adams 6 days work 1912 .' 2 oO Garnett Kemper premium "on 3 00 road Levy 1912 14 45 lumber etc Levy 1912 7 50 road Levy 1912 2 50 W. T. Watson 290 rods rock Hub Salter 2 days work Robinson J. E. Judge election levy 135 00 insurance Pence A. M. & W. H. 6 days Glass & Sanders acct for Spoonville pike 725 00 6 days hauling on 5 00 ' 2 00 Jack Brown 4 days work 1912 Steve Lewis work on poor house 1 25 Fox R. R. 9 00 hauling on road Levy 1912 17 15 lumber etc 9 00 Citizens Nat Bank int on note 74 00 road Levy 1912 110 00 Eb Scott 17 rods rock mileRoss Joe A. Judge election Davidson & Walker pauper acct 22 05 Pence H. L. & J. B. 6 days Wm. Gafney acct for lumber . 76 00 Hoskins W. C. for lumber 78 40 L. E. Herron acct water rent Ollie Lane bal on 16$ rods rock 3 23 age 11 65 Ball & Holtzclaw acct 9 00 hauling on road Levy 1912 16 36 14 45 Levy 1912 Lew 1911 F. B. Marksbury Supervisor Jas. Clouse fixing culverts and Robinson J. F. election comrr 5 34 25 Bastin Telephone Co acct Parson R. F. 1$ days hauling Hall Joe 6 da hauling on road James Grimes chairman (G. N. taxes 16 50 25 00 ditching sec. 6. dis. 3 10 00 days levy 1912 officer Dr J B Kinnaird-healt- h 9 00 2 25 levy 1912 on road Levy 1912 1 00 Ray Road Case) Levy 1912 J. H. Ballard Supervisor taxes 16 50 salary Davis Sutton $ on 12 rods rock Sechrest B. F. Judge election and 37 50 Herring Bright 1 da 1 50 Mark Goins 1$ days hauling same Preston Earl 5 days hauling 16 50 46 20 J. P. Bourne Supervisor taxes " broke 3 44 mileage 4 00 Hoskins W C 6 da J W Pumphrey acct 7 50 same on road Levy 1912 9 00 2 25 on road Levy 1912 16 50 3 00 T. R. Slavin Supervisor taxes Ebb Scott work on culvert Scott Virgil sheriff.edition mileW B Mason acct stationery 15 00 Helton Car 3 da 4 50 Oscar Gabbard 1 days hauling same Ray G. N. Marker (G. N. Ray 25 00 C. M. Moberly Supervisor taxes 16 50 E. B. Ray part pay on rock 3 44 age levy 1912 HS 24 35 Humphrey Clate 5 da F G Hurt acct 7 50 1 00 same Road case Levy 1912 1 50 on rord Levy 1912 J. W. Hamilton Clerk Super Same bal 8 rods and 80 ft Stapp Forest sheriff election and Bradley & Gilbert Co acct 33 65 Humphrey Bill 6 da 9 00 W. G. Gooch 2 days hauling same Robinson C. A. 4 days hauling 16 50 visor taxes 58 55 rock spread mileage'Jgy 1912 3 44 58 82 Harvey James 2 da Dickerscn Bros acct 3 00 same 6 00 on road Levy 1912 on road Levy 1912 3 00 Jack Adams janitor Court J. W. Bourne 6 days with team 18 00 Scott Ebb slseriff election and mileJack Adams janitor Ct house 2 25 Walker Gafney 1 days hauling Hager Arthur 1$ da same Ross Joe A. 4$ days hauling on House and jail 35 00 7 50 Bill Humber 6 days work 3 23 age levy 1912 t- 35 00 Leavell Tom 2 da and jail 3 00 same 6 75 road Levy 1912 1 50 on road Levy 1912 Clark 5$ days hauling J. N. White J on 22 rods rock Walker A. K. Judge election lew 109 23 Marsee Noah Jr. 2 da Haselden Bros acct same 300 Walter Grow 2 days hauling on Ross D. T. 2 days hauling on on road 13 25 55 00 broke on New Danville pike 2 00 1912 8 25 .same Marsee Joel 5$ da 3 00 J. if Bourne I aays sitting in road Levy 1912 3 00 road Levy 1912 15 00 Jack Adams janitor Court Tom Hurt 6 days work Wheeler W. A. clerk election levy court 8 days Committee work 45 00 Manuel Thomas 6 da 9 00 F. .same Ray Floyd for lumber Levy 1912 1 12 A. Green 2 days hauling on 66 93 Sherod Graham 12J rods rock House and jail March 35 00 J R Hick? pauper acct 1912 2 00 23 00 McQuery Arthur 6 da 9 00 bame 1912 00 Rice A. J. 6 days for 2 teams 3 road Levy 7 50 Jennie Higgins School Supt Raymond Miller 6 days work Wearren W. O. Judge election levy 187 59 McKechnie Wm 5 da 50 R Mount Son & Co acct same 7 18 00 J hauling on road Levy 1912 Green Price 3 days hauling on Same 4 Same 500 salary 1st. quarter 162 50 Logan Ison 7 da sittng in court 2 00 191-217 35 Northcott H B Acct levy 1912 days hauling on 4 50 Ray Frank road Levy 1912 A. D. Leavell live stock inWalker J. Wade Judge election J. P. Bourne hauling ditching 39 00 Naylor I F 4 da hauling on road 6 da committee work Levy 1912 75 road Green Jack 1$ days hauling on spector salary 37 '50 H T Logan acct levy 1912 and grading Old Danville pike 43 50 2 00 levy 1912 34 13 2 25 Ramsey Charlie 5 days hauling road Levy 1912 75 00 A D Ford acct stationery and 24 50 B. F. Hudson treasury Harvey Brim 3$ rods rock same Naylor A R 2 da 7 50 West W. W. clerk election levy road on Hoskins W. C. acct for lumber 8 75 Dr. Burnett Co. Physician 1912 same Newt Wallace 7 days work 27 00 Pointer Wm 5 da 6 da holding court 16 00 Ray Joe 3 days hauling.on Levy 1915 salary 50 00 Harrison Ray 7 da sitting in 1 90 3 da Wells W. P. Judge election an same Harve Robinson 1$ days work Ponder Robert road Levy 1912 5 25 Hudson & Hughes acct Levy 11 25 Jack Adams Janitor Court mileage levy 1912 same Albert Ware 4$ days work 27 00 Perkins Ed 3 da cour, 2 da Committee work Rogers Millard 2 days hauling 1912 2 25 House and jail 35 00 J W Coldiron 4 da sitting in court 12 00 Ponder A E 5 da 5 00 Bogie J. 0. furnishing house f same Allen Stewart 4 days work on road Levy 1912 3 00 Haselden Bros acct Levy 1912 113 03 10 00 Cit Nat Bank 2 bonds conceled same Ed Withers 5 days work election levy 1912 Parsons A C 2 da J O Bogie house holding elecRankin Jim 2 days hauling on Halcomb B. H. for blacksmithand Int 1420.00 9 40 same Same putting up ejection booth Same 5 Same 4 00 Ponder Robert 2$ da 1909 and 1910 tion 3 00 road Levy 1912 3 90 ing Levy 1912 9 62 Dr. J. B. Kinnaird health 6 00 Royston John 4 da same Same 5$ Same Becker Ballard & Co acct for Henry Kuhlmau and Son pauper Rankin D. F. 6 days hauling on Hignite Hugh 4 days hauling on officer salary 37 50 3 10 00 same paupers levy 1912 Albert Ware 4 days work 36 00 Reyn Ids J S 2 da account 9 00 road Levy 1912 6 00 road Levy 1912 Smith Watkins deerably Co. 3 same Rankin Tom 2 da Bastin Telephone Co acct levy Jim Bratton spreading 15 rods 1 days hauling on F B Marksbury making settleRay J. D. Hume James 4 days hauling : acct 2 10 3 1912 same rock team 4 days breaking 15 00 Rogers Mike 2 da ment with Sheriff 1 50 road Levy 1912 6 00 on road Levy 1912 116 49 Cit Nat Bank Int on note 6 same Houston 4$ da T. acct plow point Dudderar J. and spreading 3$ rods 67 50 Hudson & Hughes acct 357 78 Roberts Rankin Tom 1 days hauling on Hume Champs 3 days hauling 17 80 Cit Nat Bank Int note 2 Same 1 keg powder culvert nails etc levy 1912 J. W. Bourne 6$ days work 16 83 Wm Goins carpenter work at 1 50 road Levy 1912 4 50 on road Levy 1912 9 75 J. P. Bourne 6 days sitting Sutton Davis viewer (W B Gilbert Dr. J. S. pauper acct levy Same 3$ days hauling 5 00 poor house Rogers Mike 1J days hauling Hardin Sam 5 days hauling on 2 50 1912 Wheeler case) levy 1911 in Court Davis Sutton $ on 80 rods rock 18 00 T M Arnold acct plastering jail 52 10 2 25 on road Levy 1912 7 50 road Levy 1912 354 20 J. P. Bourne 11 days committee Stigall Thomas 1$ da hauling on broke and spread Hurt & Anderson act for chairs G T Ballard sheriff acct 325 19 Steve Louis 1 days hauling on Hulet J. N. 4 days hauling on 66 2 26 road levy 1912 and etc levy 1912 work 33 00 H J Tinsley surveyor acct Charlie Coulter 12280 f tditching 77 10 28 00 1 50 road Levy 1912 6 00 Levy 1912 road 12 59 3 00 same Sanders J M 2 da J. W. Hamilton Clerk Fiscal J. E. Stormes acct levy 1912 38 rods Cleveland Bourne J on 2 00 E W Morrow repairing clock Speaks Johnson 5 days hauling Hendren Raymond 3$ days 1 50 same Court salary 75 00 5am Perkins acct 2 40 White J N 1 da broke 23 rods broke and 7 50 Bourne J. P. 4 days com work and on road Levy 1912 5 25 hauling on road Levy 1912 9 00 27 00 same 5 days setting in court Wilson J C 6 da 165 00 J. E. Robinson Co. Atty salary 175 00 Jack Adams janitor Ct house spread 2 days hauling on Salter John Hutchinson Henry 4$ days 144 ft lumber 2.16 on 3 13 Jennie Higgins Supt, school 35 00 Ward Preston and jail road Levy 1912 J. P. Bourne freight on oil 3 00 Caddell A J. 6 days hauling 6 75 hauling on road Levy 1912 nails 25c 9 00 road levy 1912. 162 50 Adam Kelley blacksmith' acct 5 45 Jim Adams 5 days work 625 salary Soard Tom 3 days hauling on Hagan Arthur 2 days hauling hite Bill 2 da hauling on road M. acct levy 1912 56 00 5 50 B, F. Hudson treas salary 75 00 G C Walker defending 2 lunatics 10 00 Herbert Salter 4 J days "work road Levy 1912 4 50 Elliott Dr. W. 3 00 on road Levy 1912 same Wylie Salem 1 da Holtzclaw J. F. 6$ days hauling John W. Woods 3 days hauling Ray & Anderson J on 25 rods 27 75 Jno M Farra coroner acct Tom Shepherd 2 days hauling days hauling on Hoskins Ed 3 same y to , Leakes Jess 2 da. on road on road lew 1912 109 37 4 50 Central Record acct rock broke 118 50 on road Levy 1912 3 00 4 50 roadLevy 1912 same Back A J 2 da A. D. Ford Co. Judge Salary Holtzclaw Jane E. 4$ days hauling 275 00 Dillard Blye digging grave W. H. Graham ditching and 3 00 Sherrow Wm. 4$ days hauling Henderson Gaines 5$ days same M 6 da 6 75 on road levy 1912 inA. D. Leavell repairing culverts, Buena H C Kauffman defending lunatic 5 00 Poor R on road Levy 1912 6 75 8 25 road Levy 1912 hauling on same Parson Jim 1 da Holtzclaw Ben 4 days hauling on spection salary, "jajjjr 27 50 37 50 Hudson & Wheritt prem on inVista pike Sebastian Arbie 2$ days haulHenderson S. C. 6 days haulsame Ruble H C 3 da 6 0C road lew 1912 Dr. Wm. Burnet&pV PhysiHugh Preston $ on 8 rods rock 13 20 ing on road Levy i912 surance 3 75 9 00 ing on road Levy 1912 Amon J A viewer 2 days (G N ft Hurt Sale 1 days hauling on road cian salary 24 00 50 00 J W Hamilton acct stationery broke 15 20 Sebastian John 2 days hauling 3 00 Henderson S. C. 4 bridge hills Ray road case 1 50' levy 1912 Jack Adams janitor" Court .' Foster & Ray $ on 13 rods rock 23 80 Aldridge Harry 4 da hauling on Same clerk acct on road Levy 1912 3 00 2 00 Levy 1912 1 days hauling on road Henry John House and jail 42 25 35 00 W 0 Rigney acct burying paupers 79 00 broke Simpson W. M. 2 day's hauling road Hurt Wm. 4 days hauling on 1 50 levy 1912 C D Powell pauper acct Ira Sherrow breaking 5$ rods 20 40 Adkinson G R 1 da Clevelend Bourne road super3 00 on road Levy 1912 same 6 00 road Levy 1912 58 40 Mount J. R. acct levy 1912 ' 13 75rock :&-Simpson John 4 days hauling visor salary 219 86 Shelby Mason stenographer acct 89 90 Adams W L 2 da same Humphrey Walter 3 days . 1 Sam Davis 12 days work..?' - - d5.00 W. G. Gooch road supervisor Hugh Hignite 3$ days hauling 6 00 Raney Luther day hauling on on road Levy 1912 same Adkinson George 3 da 4 50 hauling on road Levy 1912 1 50 road levy 1912 Same 12 Same on road ,a5i00 5 25 Broaddus R C Acct for burying salary Thompson Wesley 5 days 30 14 Ison J. S. 5 days hauling on ., Robinson T. B. 6 days hauling on 35 50 J. D. Burchell burying pauper 7 50 J. W. Sweeney oil 190 90 hauling on road Levy 1912 20 oo 10 00 Jack Adams'janitor acct pauper levy 1912 7 50 road Levy 1912 9 00 road levy 1912 7 50 W. D. Walker acct Raymond Miller 6 days work 16 50 Bradley & Gilbert Co Acct 1912 Thompson T. N. 6 days hauling 27 10 Irvine Theodore 5 days haul65 G. A. Bowling supervisor taxes 9 00 Robinson G. D. 1 days hauling on 7 50 Ed Baker Ollie Tapp 6 days work Tom Chestnut 4 days hauling J 16 75 on road Levy 1912 hauling on Same 7 50 ing on road Levy 1912 1 50 road levy 1912 Wm. Graham breaking 7 rods . on road 6' 00 road 20 65 Johnson Dr. Wm. for service Tussey Perrv 4 days hauling on Same - 2 25 Simpson J. W. 1 days hauling on 6 00 rock 17 50 J. W. Hamilton 'Clerk acct J. V. Chestnut 4 days hauling 1912 17 75 48 35 road Levy Same rendered pauper Wheeler 1 50 road levy 1912 Ed Hiatt 12 days work on road 15 00 Camp ftelson Lumber Co. acct 19 62 "6x00 Ballard G T sheriff acctlsvyl912 292 24 Levy 1912 5 00 Todd C. H. 6 days hauling on Todd Jim Lee 3$ days hauling on 0 Tom Hurt 4 days work 9 00 10 00 JackAdams janitor court T. D. Chestnut 6 days hauling V Bratton Jas 2$ days hauling on Johnsoh Wm. acct for burying road Levy 1912 " road levy 1912 5 25 rCWiim-2- rods and ISffi " 9 00 on road 3 75 house and jail pauper Levy 1912 8 00 Tankersley Henry 6 days haul35 00 road levy 1912 Dunn Jack 5 days hauling-o- n road 7 50 9 00 231 70 ApEFqrd acct 9 days holding rock broke and spread ing on road Levy 1912 Johnson James 6 days hauling Berry J W 3 days hauling on $35996 07 Myers J. 3 days hauling on road Same on 61 rods rock broke ex'ajnipfiig court. 4 50 18 00 9 00 Tuggle 0. P. 6 days hauling on road Levy 1912 road levy 1912 levy 1912 . 4 50 9 00 on Danville pike 152 50 Hajgjfaori Ray 3 days sitting in on road Levy 1912 Jones Dave 2 days hauling Ball Earnest 4$ days hduling on ' Rose R. L. 6 days hauling on road Bill Humber. JOJayssfork 12 50 4 days hauling 6 75 Court days committee work on road Levy 1912 3 00 Vaunsdle J. L. rpad leqy 1912 ' levy 1912 9 00 Fred'Hughes 31 days work 6 00 800 house to hold court ing on road Levy 1912 Kinnaird John 4 days hauling 38 00 Bolton Jas 3 days hauling on 12 50 Logan Json 6 days setting in Same 5 Same Alex electric light acct- 4 50 on road Levy 1912 6 00 Walker road levy 1912 $2,955 50 9 77 11 90 A.D. Grant 9$ days work .Court 5 days committee Levy 1912 Ledford C. B. acct supplies Burnside Wood 1 day hauling 45 00 Total amount of outstanding claims Conn Floyd 6 days work '750 J. W. Coldiron 4 days setting in ant 19 43 Walker Alex electric light acct 6n'jrbad levy I 50 paupers Levy 1912 30 60 allowed by the Fiscal Court. A. D. Grant 3 days work 3 75 Court, 9 days committee Court House Levy 1912 39 00 Lancaster Lnmber and Mfg Co Walker $ da hauling on I having been appointed to make" Davis Sutton breaking and King & Skinner account 95 55 Same electric light acct jail 1 80 acct for lumber Levy 1912 'road levy 1912 46 32 financial statement for Garrard County spreading 42$ rods rock 335 25 Willis Turner $ day hauling on road 75 Lew 1912 Boain R" C 5 days hauling on Lackey Clell for land and . certify that the foregoing is a trug -- 3 00 3l W. Bourne 1 days hauling Same 4 same 10 00 Same electric light acct for 6 00 road levy fence removed Levy 1912 2 00 statement. Attest;. W. A.r DOTY. 28 75 Dr W.L. 'Carman puaper account 11 00 John Bourn repairing washout Levy 1912 cinders by 82 98 Logan H. T. acct Levy 1912 Same spikes 50c 100 ft lumber 1.50 E Ford-paintin- g jail, Supt Amount Revenue and poll Tax collected, less Sheriff's commission Tax Citizens National Bank ' Tax National Bank ., Tax Garrard Bank and Trust Co $33,096 32 - office 303 09 W Y Gooch 22 40 9 00 road levy 1912 Baker Lige 1 day hauling on 1 50 road levy 1912 Bentley Ebb 3 days hauling on 4 50 road levy 1912 Beattie Cecil 2 days hauling on 3 00 road levy 1912 Brown Robert 2 days hauling on road levy 1912 3 00 Bolton John 1 day hauling on 1 50 road levy Bland Jerry $ day hauling on 75 road levy 1912 3 75 Central Record acct levy 1912 18 75 56 00 Same election ballots etc 7 50 Carman Dr W L pauper acct J 17 00 Weddle levy 1912 1 50 Conn Bros acct levy 1912 126 73 Clark James 1 days viewer levy Lee H. D. pauper acct Treasury Levy 1912 Lane Ollie $ day hauling on road Levy 1912 Ledford Wm. 1 days hauling on road Levy 1912 Lane Will 5 days hauling Levy 1912 Lawson Mose 2 days hauling on road Levy 1912 Lackey Wm. $ days work Long Robert 1$ days hauling on road Levy 1912 on-roa- 65 CO 75 1 50 d 7 50 3 00 75 2 25 Wren Wm. 6 days hauling on road (1910) Levy 1912 Same 6 days hauling on road (1910) Levy 1912 Same 300 ft lumber Levy 1912 Same 800 ft lumber Levy 1912 Wilmot H. 2 days hauling on road Levy 1912 Wilson G. M. 6 days hauling on road Levy 1912 Wheeler Sam l"days hauling on road Levy 1912 Whithed E. 1127 ft lumber Levy 1912 Wilmot Authur 1 days hauling 9 00" 9 00 4 50 12 00 3 00 9 00 1 50 , 1 ." . T CLAIMS and Paid Treasurer 2nd, 1912. the from April 3rd, 1911 April Issue. ! - xm . 3?- -- -- Feb-Fou- nt v ' ; V - ' ljays . Outstanding 1912-Bry- Claims - -- allowed the Garrard I . ' ': : -,- Wi n3& f . K F jft, .A.V 4?' . . T? .V -.. 4 pp: rflf-afg- . v ijrTl!.. j2j62tJa .a a A . .' F - t KT Ill SB r LADIES and MISSES OXFORDS reduced in order tc clean up at this season of the year. buys a good pair. iT Only 2 Dresses Left. Size 36 in a Cotton Corduroy worth $7.50 to $5.98. Size 34 in a beautiful Embroidered Voile worth nn gs $12.50 reduced lo i At Joseph s OUR COUNTER VALUES IN T ) I 111 it 1 Muslin Underwear are moving fast. Only a few more of those pretty Crepe Gowns Left. $7.50 l-3c- I s Our Silks worth $ .00 and $ .50 have been selling well 1 1 at 79c as have our 75c ones at 39cts. ts. We especially call your attention to our beautiful line of 15c Lawns that we are putting on the counter while they last at 8 See Rack Containing Full Range of Patterns. This is a cloth that is worth twice the price. I THE Waiter -- JOSEPH "--""in -- Exclusive L,adies OutfittersThe Store Where The New Styles Are IPirst Shown. m mm m m rw ifn itt ixr TT rri rn mr frri 11 in rm rri mri jtrrn nm iirm m rn irrn ttt itrn rrim wm m i MERCANTILE w i y. COMPANY i 11 n n i nw ) I A. Wood ffa s f ' ! innfirs. $120.00. S i mm mowers. $42.50 Q b $20.00 Saturday. room waa beautifully decorated in field daises, the color scheme being yellow I and white. Courses were laid for twelve. Those present were Mrs Lindsey Blay-neJno B. Nicholas, Logan Wood and Miss Nan McDowell, of Danville, Mrs 12 i 6 Joseph E. Claunch of Somerset, Mrs. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Joseph E. Robinson, Saufley Hughes. uoincs Lv hose ws Are interested in. Joseph R. Mount, R. E. McRoberts, qiM..i imj.uAi.LLwm'i.' and Miss Sallie Elkin of this place Mrs. Eldred Nicholas Rodrick of LakeMrs Wm. Dickerson was in Danville, land Fla. QossId About People NNN -- .. - J FEW Jul 1 1 JLJC SANETY ) L- . - yr jl .. vc'SAk --Z, &3KSh .Ehu. Z- - Z?22, T J. fcx W S S1 .5ISP'J'?K,,VyA"K25Vr!r 4gr; 'ts&. rv Wi W r Vfa AtXi a v yz&ii&Xism v caw . -- Sanety Fruit Warranted as good as any. Dain Mowers, Best on Market. with improvements over others. A few John Deere Buggies at Cost. Bind6F Twine Dain Sweep Rakes and Stackers. Something new. Be sure and see them. Mrs. Ethel Darnold is in Richmond Miss Virgie Conn of Wilmore is here for a course at the Normal School. visiting Air and Mrs Wm. Conn. Miss Lill Noel of Danville is visiting Mrs W. 0. Rigney has been in Miss Annie and Mrs. Rachel Austin. Nicholasville for a visit to relatives. George Barkiey Walker of NicholasMiss Jennie Rankhv1 left this week ville is here visiting relatives and for a visit to friends in Monticello. friends. Mrs. Katie Pettus and two children Mrs Sarah Maret of Shelbyville is of Somerset are guests of Mrs. U. D. visiting her sister, Mrs Jack Adams. Mrs. Charlie Williams of Madison, Ind., is with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Bowling of East Bernstadt is J. C. Rucker. visiting her daughter, Mrs W. S. CarMiss May Barnes Browning of Lexrier. ington is here visiting her grandparents Eld. F. M. Tinder was with friends Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. and relatives in Gynthiana for a short stay. Mrs. O. L. Blanchard of Huntington, West Va., came Wednesday for a visit Dr. H. M. Grant of Norfolk, Virginia came Monday to spend his summer va- to Miss Katie Simpson. cation. Misses Amanda Anderson and FlorMiss Mamie Bastin is at home after ence Christopher are in Richmond ata profitable stay at the Cincinnati Art tending the Normal school. School. Miss Allecn Pepder of Jessamine Co., is with her cousin. Miss Mamie Bastin. Simpson. A Winner. "Boy, take these flowers to Miss Bertie Bohoo, room 12," -- "My, sir, you're the fourth gentleman wot's sent her flowers today." Richard Burnside of Nashville, sas is at home for a visit. Kan- Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Romans Louisville this week on a visit are in 73HKi i - r s Jars ; 'K3ZJ&' EXTRA WIDE MOUTH Sanicap Tops Please try this jar. It will meet your approval. Extra wide mouth and sanitary. If your grocrr has none in ;tck, insist on his zettini? Ihem for you. Also, ask for Sanicap Tops for your e Mason jars. They arc cleaner and more sanitary. old-styl- "What's that? What the deuce? Who sent the others?" "Oh, they didn't send any names. They all said, 'She'll know where they come from.'" "Well, here, take my card, and tell her these are from the same one who sent the other three boxes." Tit-Bits. fcfisBSEREnxi ' The Quick Meal Mailable Asbastos and Granite lined to prevent rusting. Your Grocer can get these jars through Curry, BrownS Snyder, Lexington, Ky. J, i t I R. MOl NT SON CO Earned It. At a country school in the Midlands the head master said: "Now hoys, I will give a penny to the first lad who can ask me a question which I cannot answer." Several tried unsuccessfuly until one boy asked him: "Please, sir, if you stood up to your neck in soft mud and I threw a stone at your head, would you duck?" The question remained unanswered. Ideas. His Training. "Well, hoy, what do you know? Can you write a business letter? Can you 1 Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance 1 - attention Farmers. We make a specialty of your needs and write a policy especially adapted for your property. It will pay you to investigate our special policy. Mr. Claude Farmer, wife and child Misses Mary and Gertrude Gaines of of Pennington Va. were the guests of Stanford were recent guests of Mrs Mrs. W. II. Ward last week. Co Etl C. Gaines. Miss Christine Prewitt of Hackley is Mr. Wm, H. Pumphrey is in Somer- the guest of her little friend Miss ( set to see his brother Frank who has Annie Miller Comely this. week. Typhoid Fever. Miss Bernie Lear was the recent Little Miss Lucile Ballew of Stanford guest of Miss Margaret McMurry at rs has been a recent visitor of Miss Thel-m- a the home of Miss Amos Willis. OS && Notice! Poultry Raisers 3. 3 CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roud, Canker,, Diarrhoea and ail Diseases of Poultry for years and lHal it tLe test Misj Katie Bryant. Batjstown. Ky.. sys: "I have Rtppc poultry remedy made. Itcure93apesaadlim!erneclcotho'jtfaii." dropped down the bill of a gaping Will Coomei. Barditown. Ky.. tays: "One drop of Recipe chicken LIU the vrorra and relieves the chick iniiantly. Ilis the best preventive 1 have evei used. W Hamilton. Mrs John Ballard enteitained Mr R. B. Spindle of Norfolk was the nesday evening, the honor guest being guest, for several days of Miss iLetty Miss Maria Dunn of New Mexico. Mae McRoberts. J. Bradford Jennings left Monday R. L. Davidson of Tulsa, Oklahoma, is here for a stay with his mother, Mrs for his home in Pecos Texas after a short stay with Lancaster friends. Carrie Davidson. Wed- sev If 4-11- -44 csl sums?" "Please, sir," said the applicant for a job, "we didn't go in very much for those studies at our school. But I'm fine on bead-woror clay modeling." do k Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robt. Crumc, Bardstown, Ky. SOLO DY Price 50c at all Druisu. R. E. McRoberts & Son. KEMPER Garnett Kemper. CBt, WOODS, R.G.Woods. PAINTrLICIL.KY. Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. iHARTFORD, Aetna, National Of Hartford. and daughter of Mrs John Boland Lexington are guests of Mrs Boland's aunt Mrs Lizzie Denny. Daniel Collier Elkin, graduated most creditably at Andover, Mass., on June 14th and is expected home shortly. Mrs R L. Elkin entertained a few friends Saturday afternoon in honor of Mrs John L. Anderson of Washington, D. C. Mrs. J. L. Riley left this week for last evening. They went off first rate, the Richmond Normal where she ex- only the folks would laugh in the pects to take a special course in art. wrong place. TJncle Henry There is no such Mrs. Samuel Cotton is at home after thing, Maude, as laughing In the a pleasent visit to friends and rela- wrong place at private theatricals. tives, of Indianapolis, and Greensburg Maude All Funny. We had private theatricals A Genuine Hair Restorer. Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair? There are many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it iajz probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of theirJ Indiania. Messrs Henly V. Bastin and John F. Holtzclaw are attending the Republican National Convention in Chicago QUITE LIKELY. We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE at a Office National Bank. BBAZLEY Phone or call on us & rrvz&m at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. COLLIER MjMMMMJMl WMMfImBLmJ & rfelEa p Mr and Mrs Kirk, Misses McWhorter this week. and Miss Nancy Long formed a pleasMiss Allie Arnold who is teaching in at the home of Misses a fine D. & D. Institute in Pennsylvanant house-part- y Allie and Stella Hendren. ia will be at home on June 2Gth for the vacation, Mr. and Mrs Silas Moss and children left Tuesday to reside in Richmond. Mrs. John L. Anderson of WashingThey were accompanied to their new ton City left Monday to be with her home by many good wishes of their mother and brother at the home of Lancaster friends. her sister Mrs. Fisher D. Gaines of meet- Danville. Just after the close of prayer ing Wednesday evening, Rev. O. P. Mrs. J. E. Robinson entertained the Bush united Chester Clark a well to do Womans Club on Friday June 14th, farmer of Lowell and Miss Nell Davis and served a dainty and appetizing also of this county in marriage. luncheon the ices being in the patriotic colors red, white and blue. Miss Georgie Barnes Doty formerly manufacturers. Hair Restorers which are nothing more thanv The.-- are many harmful chemical dyes, which do not grow any hair, the only result being tha't they dyed the hair, having no permanency and often causing a streaky appeare so-call- ance. aim of the chemists for years to discover a preparation grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, but which would really heretofore they have met with no success. Prof. Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless vegetable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer and will grow hair and does not contain any dye of any kind, but will postively restore the natural color and brilliatcy to gray and faded hair. This is a very strong statement to make and if any chemist without the recognized ability and national reputation of Prof. Rembler were to make this claim we would be inclined to be skeptical as to its truth. It will be remembered by readers that are familiar with scientific discoveries that ProJ. Rem- .bler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding glass and also the Rem bler wireless Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler is entitled to consideration as he would not make any statements which were not true and would injure his established reputation. The Siloron Mfg, Co. of Pueblo, Colo, have purchased the exclusive American rights to manufacture Sagine, as they have named Prof Rembler's invention, after having made a six month's test of Sagine and thoroughly demonstrating that it would postively do the work. The Siloron Mfg. Co. have authorized us to make the following remarkable offer to all who need a "Gen uine Hair Restorer." They will send a written agreement with every bottle of Sagine, to the effect that if one bottle of Sagine conscientiously used according to the directions does not give entire satisfaction to the purchaser; if Sagine does not ac tually grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, remove dandruff and make the hair healthy and glossy, that they will pay the sum of $5 to any dissatisfied purchaser. This is the strongest offer ever made by any manufacturer and one they could not possible make if they did not know positively from experiment that it would do exactly what they claim for it. No one takes any chance in "buying Sagine as it is certainly worth 1 to use a Genuine Hair Restorer that will grow hair, and if it does not give satisfaction they will pay you the $5 as agreed. Send a $1 bill to The Siloron Mfg. Co. Pueblo, Colo., stating that you wish to purchase a bottle of Sagine with the written agreement to grow hair and restore the "color to gray or faded hair or pay you the sum of 5 and it will be sent to you by express in plain wrapper. The Siloron Mfg. Co. is incorporated under the Laws of the State of Col orado and refer you to the mercantile agencies or any Pueblo banks as to their ability to fulfill any agreement they make. THE SILORON MF'G CO., Pueblo, Colo. It has been the rrard .Hilling Lancaster, Kentucky. Co. of this place and Mr Lester Lyman im Pope were married in the city of Los Angeles, California. The bride is a handsome young girl and the youngest daughter of Mrs Charles Doty a forShe is a mer resident of .Garrard, niece of Miss Lena Bright whom she frequently visited. M FL01 t A' For goodness sake when a Cake you make use GLEN LILY FLOUR it is lite and while easy to rise, also makes excellant pies. We could make it cheaper but can't make it better. Use Glen Lilly Flour. At a luncheon at the home of Miss Lula Grant of Danville she announced the engagement and marriage of her sister, Miss Ethel Grant and Prof. W. J. Craig of Bowling Green. The bride elect is an attractive blonde and the youngest daughter of Dr and Mrs S. P. Grant of Danville while the groom is professor of Chemistry andPhysics of the State Normal School at Bowling Green. Miss Grant is a niece of 'Misses Price and a double cousin of the Misses Grant of this city. The' wedding will be a quiet home affair and will occur in August. President Acheson of Caldwell College Danville, was the guest Sunday of Rev. C. C. Brown and Mrs. Brown and Sunday evening delivered a most pleasing address on ''The Conservation of Our Boys". Mrs. Midie Arnold of Anderson, Ind., who has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. Burdett Ramsey, Jr., was summoned to the bedside of her sister Miss Ludie Rothwell by a telegram announcing her dangerous illness following an operation in a hospital in that city. Misses Bernie Denton Lear Lancaster, Tommie Cole and Margaret Covington, Elizabelh Turley and Margaret McMurry, Messr's Spears Turley, Jepthry Jett composed a merry house party at the pretty country home of J. P. and Willie Simmons near Richmond. "Mc-Crear- y" H&XbZl, "I boueht this estate for a song." "Do you mean that you gave your notes for it?" A Vernal Lay. Love doth make the whole world dizzy, Love doth weave the poet's rfiyme; Long in spring Dan Cupid's busy-Sohe's working overtime! oth, "They have a great many holidays in European countries. "Yes," replied the statesman, "but if we manage to put all the reforms suggested Into practice we will have as many election days as they have holidays." Thought Hubby was Mean. Society Dame Oh, doctor, I'm bo sorely troubled with, e&nul! Doctor H'm! Why don't you interest yourself in finding out how the other half lives? Society Dame Gracious! "Why, I'm jot looking for a divorce. Judge. An Expensive Tendency. Garrard Milling Co. HtaiBjIarFBlBlPai '1- 1 elegant Jno. Mrs. pwilafwaiiM(ailMligll'faiB Lost: Saturday June 8th on LexingMcRoberts Mount gave an course luncheon last Monday in ton street, a silver locket with turquohonor of her visitor Mrs Eldred Nichols ise and silver pendant, finder please reRodrick of Lakeland Fla. The dining turn to Mrs Jesse Sweeney. 5 ' V ' i 1 "" - - " Commissioner's Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. - A COMMON ERROR. ! FARMER'S COLUMN i g By Many 35 The Same Mistake Is Made 3M3Bg! TT& - 7 REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Lancaster People. It's a common error ripaca below this heading la for the exclu- joints. sive nss of our farmer subscribers, and is for If the trouble comes from the kidthe sale of stock, grain aud such things ou neys. mlver-tisfarm as the farmer cauuot afford to Ko notice will be accepted over four It's time to use Doan's Kidneys Pills. issues of the lines, and will be only in Here is the convincing proof of merit Record, free of charge Mrs. Rosa e. To plaster the aching back, To rub with liniments, rheumatic A Will and John R. Kelley et al. Plaintiffs, Against, Wm. B. Henry et al Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered Lunsford, Rowland. Ky,, When Frank Sheldon left the law herein at the March Term 1912, the says: "I had kidney trouble and the school he settled In his old home town. undersigned commissioner will sell at Mr. Farmer call at my store and get kidney action was irregular. The sec- - Fairfield was a small place, not far public auction before the court house door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 a free drinking cup. Theo Currey. retions also contained sediment. My from a large city. Sheldon figured it o'clock A. M. or thereabout on back pained me and my kidneys were out that he could live better on a cerJJOne aged thorough bred mule-foMONDAY, JUNE 24th, 1912--it sore. I used" Doan's Kidney Pills and tain income in Fairfield than on a bear for sale. A. R. Denny. being the first day of the Garthey soon made me feel fine. I used floubtful prosperity In a largo city. rard County Court Term, the real 25 acres of well watered Doan's Kidney Pills and they soon There was something else. Edith For Rent: Sawyer lived in Fairfield. estate mentioned in the pleadings grazing land. I. M. Myers. j made me feel fine. My back and kidand described as follows, to wit;-I- n But the Hon. John Sawyer, railroad neys Garrard County,- - Kentucky, and beFor Sale 50 barrels of corn and mend are now strong. I gladly recom- magnate, could not appreciate an ating in two tracts, First Doan's Kidney Pills to anyone tachment between his daughter and a Alex West. at a stake in a branch, corner to some bailed hay. suffering from trouble." poor, young lawyer. So the poor, 335-Phone James and W. H. down ''When your back is lame, remember young lawyer studied and struggled the branch with James line S 71 W 10 For Sale A two year old Jersey me name, uoni simpiy ask tor a . along. poles to a box elder S 55 E 14 poles to He had been struck by a peculiar a beech S 30 W 5 poles to a stake in heifer giving 30 lbs of milk a day and kidney remedy, ask distinctly for Doans said hollow S 27 W 10 poles S 8 W 11 makes 9J lbs butter a week. She has Kidney Pills, the same that Mrs. Luns- -' phase of a great ease that was being 0 poles to a stake in Back Creek S good long teats and easily milked. city. The law jourford had, the remedy backed by home ' tried at a nearby 56 E 35 poles to a stake in head of nal which printed his article on the R. E. Henry. testimony. 50c all stores. Foster-Mil-- 1 hollow and in John Sanders subject commented on his views rathwith his line N 32 W 20 poles, N 24J burn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. er enthusiastically. The Farmers Union of Garrard Co. W 16 poles to a walnut in a hollow;-thenc- e Urged by his confidence that lie had N 12 W 1 poles to W. H. will hold their regular quarterly meetdone a worthy thing.Jie set off Tor the IHJENA VISTA Lee's corner;-thenc- e his line down with ing in the court house in Lancaster, Sawyer home, determined to interview the hollow S 78 W 25 poles N 853 very civilly reW 9 poles N 71 V 9 poles S 89 W Ky. Monday. June 24th. 1912 at 10 Miss Myrtle Rubdle was in Richmond Mr. Sawyer. He was R. L. State I0J poles S 60J W 2 poles S 1 E 2 poles o'clock. ceived. S 86 W 2 poles to the beginning, con- Barnett will speak on the above date last Friday. "Quite an interesting article of taining 24 acres and 23 poles. at 1:30 p. m. All members in the W. P. Ruble of Sulphur was a recentl yours," said the millionaire. "I thank Tract No 2 Adjoins the 24 acre tract you for the copy." visitor here. on the east, also Bettie Logan on the county are requested to be present. Frank bowed, then plunged. "Mr. A. J. Rice, County Pres, Mrs. Hugh Christopher is the gues east and on the West and North by W. Sawyer, you must have seen that B. Lee, on the South by Web Kelly s. By J. B. Lawson, County of relatives at Lexington. love your daughter, but I've said nothand contains 10 acres. Will Scott and brother J. E. Scott ing until I felt assured of your conTerms: Said property will be sold on Le Warned. a credit of six and twelve months, and sent." It isn't safe to put much trust in were in Lexington Saturday. the purchaser will be required to exe- a man who is good merely because "Oh, of course," Interrupted Mr. Mr. John Evans of Danville is the cute bond with approved security for he expects his goodness to be no Sawyer. "How much did you get for guest of his uncle V. T. Evins. the purchase price, having the force that article?" and effect of a replevin bond payable ticed. W. P. Ruble of Sulphur was here "A few extra copies," said Frame, to W. H. Brown M. C. G. C. C, bearlast week visiting his children. blushing. " ing interest at the rate of six per cent Miss America Duncan of Burgin has . "About what I thought," said Mr. from date of sale until paid and a lien Sawyer. "Now, Sheldon, I like you, will be reserved upon the property been visiting Mrs. Alice Askins. until the purchase money is all paid. but liking doesn't count when a lire Miss Lucretia Skinner is in Lancas- contract is involved. You've given all W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. ter the guest of Mrs. A. Bastin. your time aud trouble for nothing. The R. H. Tomlinson, Atty. read" PICTURES Miss Florence Christopher left this only things that count are results." INSTEAD V He paused, then added, "1 don't think week to attend school at Richmond. I need say any more." The Misses Askins have been visit"I thank you for your candor," said ing their sister Mrs. Walton at Burgin. Frank, rising. " He Tell More Mrs W. H. Duncan and Miss Mollie rushed out of the house, and down Crawford spent Sanday with relatives the street almost ran into a stout, Thasi Oolumns elderly gentleman who was toiling up in Mercer. The World's Best Each Month Miss Margurite Robinson of Bryants-vill- e the hill. "Phew!" said the man. "Why don't Cartoons from dailies and weeklies published in spent Saturday and Sunday with you .keep carriages at the station? this country, London, Dublin, Paris. Berlin, Munich, Vienna, Warsaw, Budapest, St. Petersburg, Amsterdam. StuttKart.Turin, Rome, Lisbon. friends here. Please tell me where 1 can find John Zurich, Tokio, Shanghai, Sydney, Canada, and Miss Stella Traylor and little sister of Sawyer's house?" South America, and all the great cities of the "Because 1 don't keep a livery staworld. Only the 200 best out of 9,000 cartoons Nicholasville are spending the week at each month, are selected. ble." growled Frank. "The Sawyers' Mr Albert Skinners. A Picture History of World's Events Each Month house is the large one on the hill.'Mrs. Brown and children accompaniCAMPAIGN CARTOONS-Follow- the The stout man pulled the Sawyer campaign in "Cartoons" and watch the opposed Rev. Brown Sunday and were guests doorbell and said, "Tell Mr. Sawyer ing parties caricature each other. YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION $1.50; SINCLC COPY lSe of J. W. Askins family. thqt John Hunter wants to see him." One free sample copy vrill be mailed by addressing the pubMr. Sawyer almost ran downstairs. Misses Askins, Skinner and Chrislisher, H. H.WINDSOR, 318 W.Washinzton Street, CHICAGO "Why, this is an honor. What brought ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER topher attended the County Sunday you here?" School convention last Saturday. "You've got a young lawyer In this Misses May Van Tress of Burgin village named Frank Sheldon. Know and Ruth Rose of Harrodsburg have him?" "Yes, he was here a few minutes been visiting the Misses Eason. ago. You probably met him." Mr. Rev. Simpson is conducting a meetOffice Phone 31. Residence Phone chuckled. "Well, well! That's ing at Polly's Bend school house, land Hunter me. Asked him why he didn't one on Rev. C. C. Brown at Lindendale. keep a carriage at the station, and he LANCASTER. KY. Mr. R. P. Ison from near McCreary snapped back that he didn't keep a was a guest of telatives here, he was livery stable. He's the man 1 want." "What's it all about?" asked Mr. accompanied home by his niece Miss ot I a Way By means or seed corn selection, the corn crop is moving northward. Poulliy manure is particularly good OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT for forcing the growth of onions. It is none too soon to begin to think Close of Business June 14th, 1912. about putting up a silo for next fall. For the West there is still no betREbOCUChS. ter variety of early potatoes than Lonn and discounts $I.c ;,y hidI tniseetirt-il.Early Ohio. Overdraft. i.u s S . :M) M A proper kit for farm work is about U. ltonds to stMMiiv cirunliuioti liuiikiiiir Iionse. furniture una M.xturv S.0GG 9 average farm. Snviiij.'-'Iiank- Citizens National M toooeoooxxKX CARDS. I oe9 eHooCNxKx C0$ Or. B. L Pontius, jrL Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. I tract:-Begin-ni- Lee;-then- ce j ! 4-- line;-then- ce 2-- 0 3-- Sec-Trea- s., Olliice at Sweeney'.s Livery Sable. Due (nun National IIhus motile- as handy a thing as the -- -er can buy. Kentucky lhuilosici, Due from uu.l Private 15atika . and Ilankurs. Trim Couj.uiitn Tho asparagus should have had a 88 3h coat .of manure last fall, but better Dueand aimroved from acoiits. . K.T4'.' U Checksand otiiercali iteim su is late than never. ,1.7.". tut Tobacco stems strewn on the ground Notf ol other National IJhiiL.--i paper curreiic), ' fractional , nt II1U li.,c-mid cut-lust j, JL HI. liilDU rT Ten ,lfl,ifa will llftln tfl l3U 1'IMJIVU ,, l i .w I.WVKll. MONKV IN JtlNK. VIZ: keep away insects, t.. lit a.......... .'. ! M avci' r 15ig prices for SWeet WOtatO plants noted I of QUAIiIT"?" flu demand first pulling, or no later than Redemption fund with V. S. Treas-t 7j A 80 the second at the most. IVlCKODertS. No land is so rich that its owner i can afford to waste the manure that LIABILITIES. is made by his farm stock. I'W.fO 0 C.ifltal .toek paid In ftO Don't plant the large varieties of cu- rinriihii fund . lei-and cumbers expecting to raise as many Unah ided profits.... tiixi-lmld . ;,x si as if the cluster kinds were used. National Hank note oiitrtiindiut; W.,0 11 --f- tjX -,' ,' Some enterprising gardener should work if a fancy trade on Al vege-- i iiankurs 272 inHvidu.ildeiK-.lsubject toeheck. llfi : tables in the neighborhood of cities of Certified Clieefc Doing What? lim , 5.C00 or over. 1 Reered forTa.xe-fZfkinrr fr lc UB'wr Tor.w, '" "" nnwli' Ifswl ' T 1.. Nurso tho young clover and the alJlau.ii hi . cu falfa, plan for more of both another The Old Reliable Barber. season, also a large acreage of root STATEOFkE.NTccKv.cofXTYoro.KK.mr..: e 1 roc,OOo0cxo0 On! iik-kcl- a 1 s 1 Flowers I 1 I Legal-ttiulu- ! '.i.IG-- J Ware , s Everybody Is , Doing It t j Sec-Trea- Richmond Street. til the third or fourth year; therefore, uo not sow it expecting to get tue ti.ij of June uu S. ('. Dennv. Noturv Public. best results in less time. CommN-doivK. i:piresJainiarj For general or common use, caus- Cokkllt Atte-,1IS. F. i tic or burnt lime or ground limestone ' Directors.! L. L. W'tiKhK. employed almost exclusively for are ) J.J.WtLKEK. Physician and Surgeon. tho correction of soil abnormalities. grass where only one Two blades of LANCASTER, KY. REPORT OF THE CONDITION grow before are all right provided Oilice Phone (J. Residence Phone 220. eah blade is as good as the one, and provided that the cost is not too al'o sraat. dauv u i-- crops anu pumpkins Alfalfa does not attain maturity I. W. F. Chump, Cashier of the above HHined IbaxiV. do .olemnfv, wear thai the abme stale - nient is true to the be-tunmv knowledge mid of : al'U. Hi-i.n- v henry duncan V W. M. ELLIOTT, lb Him 200 Cartoons 200 "Good-night.- OF LANCATEU. KY.. AT "See them charge." "Who is that dauntless hero who The Close of Bnsioess JbubU, 1912 is cheering on the combatants?" Stanford Street. "I think he works for a moving picKENTUCKY- LANCASTER. ture concern," explained the guide. i:ebOIkcks. Then the tourists started for the Loitii-- and discounts M $I1.M . Pyramids. 0erdr.ift-- . secured and I,St li Office Hours II lT. Is to secure circulation 5?.t0 t(J .. li.e"H 10 8 a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to I. Storme-i- ' Drug Store .. Iloiuls i'Clirltle-. ttc fixtures T.VGtilu " Egging Him On. The scene is laid in Tripoli. "Ah, a battle!" NATIONAL CNo. 1 ii J. W. SWEENEY LIVERY, 103.) FEED and SALE STABLE. Office-sjve- r d SHE'D USE ALL HIS MONEY. Due from National Hanks J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer - j Km Fractional iajierourreiicj".HiekeIs.ets Lwvfci. Money Heskkve Ik Hank. vu: Specie f .." Mi r notes .r.li to Legal-tende- Due from ajiproveore-ereaaenChecks uiri other ca-- li items Kote-- , of other National lauK- ts agents) (irtreaere I ... 21 17 13, JS 11 , W) IS J J3. F. "WJLTEH. Lancaster, Ky. DENTIST. Phone 05. 12 '., Ml Redemption Fund with l". a. Treas- urer (Ojfof circulation!. . ajm 41.2H o 15 H. J. TINSLEY, V .Tj-- Totul. P&ifeSy Biff rrv'S'-'- MABIMTIKS Capital stock paid m 'sl.M CO Surplus mud S.WW I'liim idci! nriilit.Ii'-- s cxihhi.-l'- S and tnxe-- , paid in tn National Hank Notes !!. S,ZSA 12 i Due to Other National Hants I Due to Tru-- t Companies and Savings . . l.aie.u.1 limits -, I deno-Slt-- ubject to check. 122,lis Indi idiliil Certified clucks IWn 1,-2; Reserved for Taxes . Total $:W1 ..! County Surveyor. PHONE Office over F. i. Ilnrt's J. furniture stere. Lancaster, - Kentucky. ! i; RULES and REGULATIONS Governing Candidates for the Grand Prizes offered by each of the Merchants in connection with The Central Record. Grace Ison, Miss Stella Taylor and little sister of Nicholasville have returned to their home after a pleasant weeks visit to the Misses Skinner. Mrs. Rhoers and children accompanied by her sister Miss Edna Lane all of Danville are visiting the family of J. F. Ruble and other relatives. 1EM0 FOR Eczema, Pimples, YOUR SKIN Rash And All Skin No2 Afflictions Quickly Healed. 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 fairly revels with delight the moment Zemo is applied. two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be earth for dandruff. Greatest thjng on subject to public approval. The result of each week's count shall be The wonderful way in which Eczema, rashes, pimples, dandruff, tetter quick published every week and the candidate's name and her standing ly heals by the magic touch of Zemo is marvelous. Zemo is sold bv leadiner to appear. 1. No matter what the trouble, eczema, chafing, pimples, salt rheum, Zemo instantly stops irritation. The cure comes quick. Sinks right in, leaving no trac6 Zemo is a vanishing liquid. Your skin druggists everywhere, and in Lancas ter by R. E. McRoberts & Son. once each month by the contest man-age- r. Any candidate can get the consent of contest manager at any time to inspect or count the votes, ed 2. All votes are UUCKKYE. Mrs. Andrew Bogie has been visiting relatives in Mercer county. Mr and Mrs Farris Agee were with their daughter Mrs Ed Arnold Sunday Miss Pearl Dickerson of Lancaster has been visiting Mr and Mrs J. W. Brown. Miss Jennie Lee and Mamie Dicker- son are at home from the Richmond Normal School. Mr and Mrs Billy Cotton and children spent last Saturday and Sunday with her sister Mis Hanley Kurtz, Misses Emma Bedford and Elizabeth Tompson and Messrs John D. Grant and Mortie Hamm from" the Richmond Normal School were guest of the Misses Dickerson's Sunday. 3. Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. night. Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is nomnated in regular form on one of the coupon ballots, The contest manager reserves the right to reject the name of any undesirable candidate and to limit the number of entries. 4. j "It's about that article the young man wrote. He has struck the right Cashier. Subscribed and snorn to before me this 19th Is he all lead on that case of ours. W. O. liiiriiHV. . fliiv of JniiB. 191' . right, honest, reliable?" The Tall One Have you a bank balMvComm,.,io expires "I think he is," said .Mr. Sawyer, ance? PnkHKrT Atr.f slowly. V M. Elliott, i The Short One Yes, but I can't tell ALl.X It IIESSV nirpflflK "Then send a note to him at once, which side it is on. I let my wife take j. e.stokmes. s asking him to come." my checkbook this morning. After the note was sent, Mr. Hunter explained that the discovery of the Perilous Situation. young man, if known at the beginning, "While- out with his afllnity might have saved a hundred thousand His face grew strangely pale; Miles Per Dollar dollars in litigation; that now he had A friend said, confidentially, his power to upset their plans. it in "Your wife is on your trail." $$ Iif, The most durable rubber, Edith Sawyer had heard the con," . J CaZ. i vs , ,11 fh crnriifr was standing on tho versation. She Birds of a Feather. : !. CJ' til consiruciion, muxc step watching the moonlight when "Don't you like to go on a lark now ir Sheldon arrived. She put her fingers and then?" to his lips. She told him of the con"Well, occasionally, I do go on a versation, and, as he was leaving her, bat." whispered, "If you don't bid high for M Tires and Rims yourself, you needn't bid for me." By the Beard of Mohammed. A undisputed leaders by right of There was a deal of hemming and . IT A Turk in a court case hi Xew hawing in the ensuing conversation. 'service accuiui'iiMiiucuu Frank saw that they were veering York insisted on swearing by tho Sold By All Dealers around to an offer. Finally, tho prop- beard of the Prophet .Mohammed. The accuracy of such testimony natWho Consider Quality osition came. Frank smiled. "I suppose you are urally hung by a hair. jesting, Mr. Hunter?" For Sale Good McCormack binder, "Why, certainly not; it is a large Prepare for used two seasons. Phone 162. offer!" If ever there was a time ill the his"Of course," said Sheldon, calmly. tory of this country when getting-read- y "In order to shorten this interview, 1 should be the order of the day, will name my own terms a fee of that time is "right now." Cleverne3S ?20,000 and an equal share Id the conto see things ahead and diligence to tingent fund." common sense for "It is preposterous," cried both to- get in linesurely what are the founcoming tells us is gether. dation assets ,of 9S out of every 100 "Gentlemen, I bid you men. Robert said Sheldon, rising and walking to successful business - Sawyer. R'S'a STATEOFKSSTt'CKY.COUNTVOFG.VRnXRD. ,: , I. S. C pRXJfV. Cashier of the uUuel nami d bauk.do olemolv swear tlmt tlienKve ' statement U true to the be,t of my iiioAledee and belief. b. I . Des.vy, I b" u.a-sse- " MOrrOW, fritted, atlsiaction (iuarauteeu. Graduate Optician 1)"R. 1 " IIOI'O - Kuvoii.aur FIN Will i i nil "RTTRW TT.TT jw j .A.I..A. ij j. jc -- C . . ,. n ....-! anu ourgcuii. JMosl Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. OlliccPhone G sn. wire n crrnin-rpsisnn- o- - H. J. PATRICK, All Work Dentist. Guannteofl. Paint Lick, . lil?-H- Kentucky- - 1 -- M. K. Denny, (gjggk DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. the-'Futur- e. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. good-evening- ," the door. Brown. "Hold on there," said Mr. Hunter. "I shall certainly hold on the terms given," Frank said. "Others will pay causes Alien Property Holders. The law of the land respects tho right of citizen and alien alike to have and to hold property. The alien res United States ident in thoproperty by will may the with of his same feeling of security as the Ameri-leaThis is equally true of tho alien who has taken steps to make himself a citizen of tho country. dis-jpos- heartburn, 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 coupons given for trade at our store. All others shall be declared void 5. Mr. Hunter looked at Mr. Sawyer, "Well," he who nodded his head. said, "give us a few minutes to think it over." Frank found Edith in the drawing-rooHe told her of the conversation. "Did I bid high enough?" he asked. A glance at her eyes was enough. At the end of ten minutes a knock came at the door. Mr. Sawyer and Mr. Hunter appeared in the doorway. Mr. Hunter turned to Frank and said: "Mr. Sheldon, we accept your more." e I n. I nausea, impure blood, and more trouble than many different kinds of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the poisjons it forms are absorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try E62 stomach, nervousness, sour Will Practice in all State Courts anr) U. S. District Court. Ofllce over Police Court. Phone 19-- i TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co We have moved to East Water street one and block East of Lexington avenue. All orders called for and delivered. Phone 340. one-ha- lf J6S5J5CSdfeiczKi3ZfcwS (Tnds ttsilc Registered.) i M t ffJi&zTfc Vi3 n and thrown out by the judges. 6. No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be per- mitted to enter the contest. All votes must be deposited in the ballot box in the presence of the contest njanager or some one appointed by him. In casting a number of votes at the same time they must be neatly tied together or 7. l- ir -r c placed in a small envelope. Votes on newspaper subscriptions may be cast personally or by mail. . ?"-- i' 'H- ft w. - ..-- ..j Anv nnnHiflnro mov uwuwi. tmtaa in nntr TVot,.:nt l... ...su vu..u.uuiw .uj or15ri- TULuiuauj iiOLHv,L lliey VYISU. -i- terms." Six months after he paid another visit to Mr. Sawyer. He found that gentleman in the library. Wins fight For Life. Frank began. "Mr. Sawyer, It was a long and bloody battle for "Sheldon, my boy," said Mr. Sawlife that was waged by James B. Go yer, "Edith is in the drawing-room-. of Newark, N. J., of which he to her." writes: "I had lost much b'ood from lung hemorages, and was very weak Registered Jersey Bull and rundown. For eight months I was unable to work. Death seemed close on my heels, when I began, three weeks ago,to use Dr. King's New Discovery. But it has helped me greatly. It is doing all that you claim." 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