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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 28, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912062801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): June 28, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. .. THE CENTRAL RECORD P7iJ RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JUNE 28, 1912. NUMBER 1! " & ft TVP AYbLi a fl n T3 WWW gLU T, eL SfL ra n V Or ?- - Li. 4- - N V 30 Are you making any effort to assist m your favorite contestant to win that ESS SRHJ Ep: j handsome piano, if you are, -- redouble them, if you are not, begin now, for if she ever needed assistance, she needs it now. Every vote counts and the 1 race is becoming very heated. The young ladies have made noble efforts, and we are only sorry that each and everyone of them cannot win a prize. As this is impossible, it behooves you to get busy and help your favorite. Following is th standing of the contestants at the last count: state. Harvey M. Estes Publishes Song. LANCASTER DISTRICT. Pictures At Crab Orchard. 275,131 "Mr Harvey M. Estes of Lancaster, Mary Eliza Holtzclow Famous old Crab Orchard Springs Ky., who has been attending college Mae Powell 251,539 has another attraction this year in a here for about two years and who has Kate Ham 231,092 new picture show. The building is lo- frequently contributed bits of verse to Katie Mae Dickerson, 181,120 cated back of the brick part of the the local papers, has recently had one Alline Thomas 86,608 hotel and it is a pretty one. It will of his songs published in sheet music Jennie Cox 56,045 open July 1st and the pictures will be by the H, Hirkus Dugdale Co., of OraPrather 35,868 changed each day. Sallie Anderson 31,759 Washington D. C. si A Deering Binder is the lightest draught, Mr. Banks of Louisville is the owner 27,010 The title of his song is "In The Lillie Croucher and manager of the new theater. 25,712 Cornfields of Kentucky." We predict Lillian Estes last longest and is easy to operate. 22,500 for Mr Estes the greatest success in Beulah Mae Beazley Prof. Nickell Appoinied. this publication of his writitgs not only BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. It will be good news to the many because of its merits but also on ac- Mary Ellen Farley 247,175 friends of Prof S. H. Nickell to know count of the interest manifested in the Osa Coulter 233,250 that he has been chosen by the trustees! Boys' Corn Clubs, which will naturally Lucy Campbell Ita, 210,350 of the Harrodsburg Public Schools to make a song of this nature well recei194,000 lossaMayTeater serve as their Principal for another ved." Georgetown News. Rella Huble 172,750 year. Prof. Nickell was at one time The Record also acknowledges with Mary Belle Halcomb 166,450 connected witli the school at this place thanks the receipt of several copies of Flora Ruble 118,500 and he has many friends in Lancaster Mr. Estes' song, and itris also on sale Blanche Stone 148,325 m at Hurt & Andersons furniture store. Ethel Onstott who are interested in his welfare. 126,500 lift! The Georgetown News also publishes a Clodie Speaks 120.065 'fiftiJ "tKm A New Kentucky Resort. mWMMMMMi poem by Mr Estes entitled The"Attact Ophelia Montgomery 118,800 Kentucky is bidding fair to outrival on McClelland'sFort, "which but for its Maggie Norris 116.125 its neighboring state of Indiana in its length and our lack of space, we would Sallie Ham 114,025 You are Cordially Invited to attend a Practical number, and the merit of its mineral be glad to reproduce, Mr. Estes has Ollie Crawford 114,025 springs. The latest one to spring into written several poems and bids fair to Annie Osborne 111,500 existence is at Dry Ridge in Grant make for himself a name as a poet and Nancy Lee Johnson 1,000 county, and the medicinal properties of composer. CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. the waters are said to be marvelous. Lillian Garner 384,266 Capt J. A. Doty is just returned from Denounced McCreary. in Mrs. Dave Newland 308.451 and is as sprightly as a two year there Congressman Harvey Helm made Mamie Holman 318,433 oo i r ' old and now Mr T. B. Robinson has gone t3"' 278. 119 to bathe in the youth giving fountain. some bitter remarks about the State Mrs. Dove Garner administration at Lawrenceburg. He Susie Butt 266,760 is trying to discredit the great Demo- RubyParrish 213,764 Gipsies. cratic victory of last fall because Hon. Eva Fletch 198,206 Jg rt cDia Era 3 &B A large band of gipsies passed Jere Sullivan welded the party togeth- Ida Lee Campbell 156,473 through town last week. There was er and made success possible after a Cecil Garner Wk 2 PIa H 108.131 a a& aS about a dozen wagons, and a dozen report had been started at Stanford Hattie Bogie 50,784 people to each wagon. The men "were which came very near wrecking the Mahala Howard 50.099 of Brazilian parentage, born in this party in the State. Are the Democrats Bertha Rogers 38,184 country, and the omen were Cherokee of the Eighth Congressional district Bessie Reynolds 14,820 ;CT JOS tjjf indians, the papooses, of whom there willing to endorse such tactics? The fol- Mane White 10,370 were many, bright little fellows in their lowing account of the speaking at Sadie Catler 4,078 Or SS" i$2AY picturesque garb and quaint lingo. Lawrencebarg is taken from- - the An Nell Davis mrf 2,302 The troupe had a number of good horses derson News: s&a&aissl Ruby Cress 1,030 g33833BS3SS33C33gg3gKt3 and ponies, were well dressed, had "Congressman Helm spoke very Nancy Napier 1,000 plenty of money and seemed to be a slurringly of the 'drinking cup' bill JLWJULM JU-Lthrifty lot. that was enacted into law at the last Get a bottle of Klenzona. Cleans session of the Legislature; he fre- White Shoes and Whits Gloves. r 111 llll III M Governor McDermott Now. Rella Arnold. quently shot at the State administration, headed by Gov. McCreary. For the first time since his election 1: Lieut. Governor McDermott is holdI at our store Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, . had ing the reins as Lieutenant Governor, Edward J. Mc- claiming all that an of government at FrankDermott was Acting Governor after 4 to do was to go to Frankfort and ap- fort this week during the absence of o'clock last Saturday afternoon, when ply for a job with the reccommenda-tio- n Gov. McCreary who is attending the of Mr Sullivan and same would be McCreaiy 1 liRB-s- S I Gov.Baltimore. left the State boundary granted. He also criticised the school Baltimore convention. Gov. McDermott came for up from Louisville on the morning train system, taking a shot at the county Danville Chautauqua Come and learn the merits and economy of this modern and was in the Governor's office most high schools of the State, saying that The Chautauqua meeting in progress He received a telegram they had proved injurous to the graded of the day. stove. Safe, Quick and Reliable. Makes cooking a in Danville this week is attracting large from Gov. McCreary as soon as the lat- schools of the State, but when he pointter left the State at Catlettsburg. Gov. ed his finger to Prof. H. V. Bell, of crowds. Both the musical and literary pleasure in hot weather. McDermott will serve as Governor un- this city, to give assent to his remarks, attraction are of the highest class. Good things to eat served FREE. Expert Lady Gov. Hock of Vansan lectures today; ' til the return of Gov. McCreary this Prof. Bell said that the school law had . is a native of Danville and was giv- demonstrator in attendance. h not proved that way in Lawrenceburg, he week. of which school he is the principal. en an avation on his arrival there. Circuit Court Adjourns. Helm then charged Mr Sullivan with Frankfort Paper Change Hands. making Palmer and Buckner speeches MOUTH . Judge Hardin is being commended on dfc!" t Sullivan denounc The Frankfort t. is back all sides for his wise consideration for in 1896, which Judge to the old name The Frankfort State ed as a falsehood. the farmers in adjourning court until Lancaster, Kentucky. Journal, with a new and attractive Please try this jar. the fourth Monday in August in order head and a new editor in the person of It will meet your approval. to give them an opportunity to get up Adams Terrill Mr. Graham Vreeland, one of the best with their work. Having to attend 1 Extra wide mouth and sanitary. court at this time of year works a The culmination of a happy love affair and most experienced editors in the you, If rour zract-- has none in slock, insist on gelt in inn foi great hardship upon our farmers, as was consumated Wednesday after- state, may be expected to rapidly take the greater portion of the court invol- noon at 2:30 o'clock when Miss Callie front rank in Kentucky journalism. 1 Sanicap Tops for your old-styMason jars. Also, ask for ves the farming element,either as jury- Adams became the bride of Mr. 0. U. Republican County Committee Meeting. I They arc cleaner and more sanitary. men or witnesses, and late in August Terrill of Jenkins Ky. The parlors At a meeting of the Garrard County will be a more opportune time for them were artistic in their decorations of to attend. Only one case was tried, fern, magnolias and pink hydrangeas. Republican Committee called by chairLuther Simpson charged with barn The wedding ring carried on a calla-lil- y man, W. C. Wynn on last Monday, by the little niece of the groom, County Court day, all existing vacanburning, which resulted in a hung jury. Your Grocer can get these jars through Curry, BrownS Miss Isabella Terrill was the same gold- cies were filed and the committee made en band that had united the grooms complete. LANCASTER FAIR Snyder, Lexington, Ky. parents in years agone. Under the The vocancies filled included that of To Be Held July 24th, 25th and 26th sweet low strains of Lohengreus wedding committeeman R. H. Batson of the march played by Mrs. J. W. Sweeney, Court House precinct, who resigned. Under The Auspices Of The Local the bride entered the room on the arm of her father and was met by the William Jennings Bryan Defeated For Lodge Knights Of Pythias. groom and they stood near the large Notice! Foil, Temporary Chairman Of The NatThe Lancaster Fair is to hold its window with its pretty arrangements eighth annual meeting this year on the of flowers, and were soon under the imional Democratic Convention 23 24th, 25th and 26th of July under the pressive words of Rev. O. P. Bush, the At Baltimore By Judge auspices of the Local Lodge of Knights brides pastor who pronounced them CURES Pythias, which will insure it to be a man and wife. of Alton B. Parker. The bride a petite blonde is universuccess. This action was decided upon Cholera. Canes. LimbernecR, Rouo, Canker, w5J553idS23B at an open session of the lodge Tues- sally popular and possesses a charming When Senator John W. Kern who SoB." oev Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry day night, at which James A. Beasley personality, while the groom is the son had been nominated by Hon. William for years and lliat it the best Miss Katie Bryant, Didtown. Ky.. ty: "I lave uttd Rrcipe was elected President and R. L. Elkin, of the late Mr. McClelland Terrill, and Jennings Bryan for the Temporary poultry remedy cadi ltci.rrs gapes Mdhn&eiaecL without fad dropped down the bill.pf a aapraj VUICoo!Tirt.f3rdtown.Ky..ays: "One drop of Hcape secretary. Committees were appointed formerly of this county is now Cashier Chairmanship, refused to serve and it chicken Uls the worm aad relieves the chick instantly, his the best preventive have ever used. and active preparations are already un- of a prosperous bank in Jenkins Ky, became evident that the great ComKfg. end Cucrantccd by J. Robt Crume, Bardstcwn, Ky. hice 0c at all Druggists. der headway for the biggest and best and is to be congratulated on the jewel moner himself would have to step into SOLD DY his shoes, Senator elect Ollie James befair ever held in Garrard county. Ex- he has won. A becoming gown of blue whipcord gan at once an active canvass for the tensive improvements will be made, in& Son. R. E. McRoberts cluding a comparatively new amphi- with stylish hat to match and a large votes of delegates for Mr. Bryan, but theatre. Splendid music will be se boquet of bride roses made the bride his efforts were useless, even Kentucky cured, the list of horses already secur- fair to look upon. The newly wedded casting 17J of her 26 votes for Judge ed is up to the usual standard and more couple left at once in an auto by way Parker, 7J for Bryan and one delegate are yet to be booked, dinner on the of Richmond for their home in Jenkins who was entitled to a whole vote chanc ground and many new attractions nev- which had been adorned for their hap- ed to be absent and not voting. Park: : : er before seen here have been secured piness, and a little later they will take er was elected by a vote of 579 to 510. Friends of Speaker Champ Clark are for the midway. Begin now and get a short bridal trip to Northern cities. When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. Mrs. Jack Adams the bride's mother claiming that the selecting of Judge your stock ready, there will be rings for home productions exclusively. Make gave a five course dinner Monday even- Parker as Temporary Chairman points Good For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered preparations to come and help make ing to the bridal party, the color strongly to the nomination of the Speak er. However, there is still a chance this a gala week. The K. P. Lodge scheme being pink and green. evening Mrs. Givens Terrill for the avowed candidates and strong Tuesday never does things by halves, they will I VOTE FOR. spare neither time nor money to make entertained for the same party at an talk of a dark horse. It is almost a a success of this meeting, give them elaborate and dainty 6 o'clock dinner at certainty that Ollie James will be the In Piano Contest. Permanent Chairman. your hearty at her home on Richmond street, ra Vl HnwprQ IfgilWUluy IhCtf County Court Day. Mr. R. L. Barnett, Stare Secretary of the Farmers Union, addressed a Monday was county court day, and large gathering of farmers at the court owing to the seasonable weather and house on Monday afternoon. the fact that this is the busiest time of School To Begin Monday, July 8th. year, a very small crowd congregated, Miss JHiggins advises us that the and in consequence, business was dull. At the stock yards there were about schools will begin on July 8th instead 150 cattle, some of them extra good of July 1st as was intended J, C. Fox bought a nice bunch of extra nice 800 pound heifers paying 5J cents Notice To The Press. per pound for them; Manager Ross of All papers are requested to post .Lathe yards purchased a nice bunch of ncaster's dates among their Fair dates calves, and the remainder went in small -J- uly 24th, 25th and 2Gth. lots at the prevailing market prices. Horse and mule dealears report the Odd Fellows Improve. market dull and no offerings for what Odd Fellows have The local lodge-ostuff was on hand. made extensive improvements in their Capt. Am JBourne reports the sale hall, put down a new carpet, painted of an aged mule for Dr. Smith for $40.; and papered and given it a general plug horse at f rom-$4to $70. ; sows overhauling, and they now have one of and pigs at from $17.50 to $25. the handsomest lodge rooms in the f 0. Interest In Contest Continues Unabated And The Line Up SrEdM mmm&MfiMj&M&&mzl MiimM. fm2lm Continues As Last Week With The Leaders Striving With Might And Main To Hold Their Positions. 3 m Im Jmr 1 jjfca log i 111 i a b ii B .if A I BINDERS. ERS, NiOW-- I Brown Cultivators, Owens- boro Wagons. Sechlers and Post Buggies, Majestic Ranges, Jewel Stoves, Perfection Oil Stoves, Poultry Netting, Screen Wire Screening, Door, Window Screens, m BIKES I AND TWINE. b Give Us Your Order Now. Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Cistern Pumps, Filters, Pump Repairs. i i HASELD EN COOKING BROS. WiWWMiWMWMMM We can save you money on the above, call and let us prove to you town that we have the best place to get a bar and BAKING DEMONSTI AT ON OF u THE NEW SIP gmuig M&sfe Lancaster, Ky. Perfection lino Fame "1 S3gfn3&33 J I III iTl """-g!rCTWi!iu.t- aag ot-A iT V Sanety F VI lit office-seek- er July 1st, 2nd and 3rd ' ; u,:: a mjm WIDE r bamcap i PS "f News-Journ- al Haselden Eros. If You WANT a Good STRONG le MOWER OR r 9R jSf try Raisers 11s 4-- 1 Hay Rake SEE W- - 1 GOOD FOR 1;000 VOTES J. EOMANS, Get Otff Prices on the BEST j Sisal Binder Twine. -jf r -u 2V J"V -- - ? 1 - 1 y -- . 3t,a-- hMC&anfe "V - CSf -T -- ?-. S 3a&r - The Central Becoro incorporated. Issued Weerxy. $1.00 a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER. EDrroR. Entered at the Post Odiee iu Lancaster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. of the most sanguine. hat with tall feathers on it. teachers from all crowd was out to hear over the state are in attendance. The A large-size- d Member Kentucky Press Association programme prepared for their enter the Dog Hill preacher last Sunday not and tainment is a very elaborate one and is withstanding the good weather. FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. Eighth District Publishers League. Slim Pickens says he would not mind proving both instructive and entertainUsed two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect ing. getting up every morning if it wasn't Lancaster, Ky., June 28, 1912. so much trouble to put on his clothes clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. Whiskey Ring Behind Helm. and wash his face. Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong The Louisville Post of last Tuesday Rates For Political Announcements The dogs along the road are merely morning contained the following report wasting light. their time when they bark at For Precinct and City Offices . . . .? 5.00 of Col Jack Chinn's speech here court the Mail Carrier, because he does not Hi or County Offices 10.00 day: pay.any attention to them. W For State and District Offices.... 15.00 ENTRIES CLOSED. "In his speech here Monday, Col. Jack m For Calls, per line 10 Columbus Allsop will take his base Chinn, of Mercer county, withdrew Monday last Day For Filing Petittions For For Cards, per line 10 from the race for the Democratic nom- fiddle to Tickville Saturday evening to For all publications in the interination for Congress, and in doing so play for the thunderstorm scene in the Places On Ticket To Be Voted At est of individuals or exprescharged that his action was the result show at the opera house. sion of individual views, per Coming November Election. Raz Barlow expects to be present at of the tactics of the Wiskey Ring, line 10 which is running things in this district. the foot washing service at Hog Ford Obituaries, per line 05 Monday was the last day in which pros- Colonel Chinn says that the Whiskey next fourth Sunday. . Last year he atpective candidates who are to be voted Democrats have fallen in behind Con- tended and came home with a fine pair for at the coming November election gressman Helm in his ANNOUNCEMENTS race for renomi-natio- of sox. could file their petitions in order to get BUY YOUR and thaj; their power is so Sidnay Hocks, who has been accused their name on the ballots for the Au- strong" that the best chance For Congress. to down of carrying concealed weapons in his gust primary. Judge Sullivan and them is for the We are authorized to announce Jack people .to piaiui puuKei, nas conciuuea to wear a Harvey Helm filed from this district support Hon Jere Sullivan of Madison short coat from now on, in order that , Chinn a candidate for Congress in the tor congress, as did also J. W. Dins county. eighth district, subject to the action of everybody t:an see. more of Berea who seeks the empty The race has narrowed down to these the Democratic Primary to be held Prof. Sap Spradlen fell from the honor of the republican nomination two and the fight will be a bitter one August, 3rd, 1912. roof of the Wild Onion school house Over in the seventh district no re to the end. the other day. He says that it was publican had the temerity to offer We are authorized to announce Hon. Colonel Chinn says that his is only in obedience to the laws of graviagainst Hon. J. Campbell Cantrill who clear on the whiskey question,record J. A. Sullivan a candidate for Congress and says tation that he did it. has already been nominated. in the eighth district, subject to the "What is Helm's attitude? Will he Miss Hostetter Hocks has returned action of the Democratic Primary to be oppose the shipping of liquor into proWORK STARTED held August 3rd, 1912. hibition territory? Well I guess not. from a pleasant sojourn with relatives The whiskey people are solidly for him. and friends near Rye Straw, and has We are authorized to announce HarTearing Down The Old School Building been trying to remember where she That is answer enough." vey Helm as a candidate for Congress Colonel Chinn, when in the Legisla- left her gum sticking. Preparatory To The Erection Of in the eighth district, subject to the ture, voted for the local option bill and Atlas feck says it is interesting to action of the Democratic Primary to be The Handsome Modern New against the repeal of the shipping bill. watch the ants at work in large held August 3rd 1912. There is a good crowd here and the drovees, running to and fro on the One Which Is To Take speaking is a topic of conversation ground, but that it is a hard matter to For Commonwealth Attorney. m Its Place. everywhere. Mr. Sullivan is strong ift tell just what they are trying to do. We are authorized to announce Emmet Madison, Garrard, Boyle and Mercer, L.ii.ue riuiry rnnciers nas been pre. Puryear as a candidate for Common Work has started tearing down the and the race looks like a close one. sented with a pair of new shoes by his attorney, subject to the action wealth's old school structure and Mr Raymond grandfather who lives near Tickville. of the Democratic party. has a large force of hands engaged in COL. JACK CHINN He will not wear them now, however tearing down the old walls and cleaning The Record Is authorized to announce the brick and'premi&es. This prelimi Withdraws From Three Cornered Race but will save them until he gets grown. W. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candiThe horse doctor of Bounding Billows nary work will consume about three For Congressional Nomination date for the nomination for Commoreports health good in his section, with weeks, when the work of excavating nwealth's Attorney, subject to the both man and beast. He says if he for the foundation will begin. The In Eighth District. Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. had his ruthers he would rather pracwork of completing the new building Col Jack Chinn it ready for occupancy will consume dressed a large of Mercer county ad- tice among animals than people, as the For County Judge. about seven months from the time the house on Monday crowd at the court former do not have to have funerals. We are authorized to announce Clayafternoon, and in an actual work of building begins, which hours Tobe Moseley's wandering gourd vine & ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun(gj talk paid his respects in a good , , . will make it about the first of the new has begun to grow, and has started in ty Judge of Garrard County subject to natured manner to the two gentlemen year. This places the trustees up who the direction of Gimlet creek. Cricket the action of the democratic party. were against a proposition which will prove particular opposing him. He placed Hicks is going along to let down the stress upon the record of Mr somewhat puzzling, the securing of Helm, and We are authorized to announce reiterated the heretofore rail fences here and there, and to help quarters in which to carry on the Fall made James A. Beazley as a candidate for statement that that gentleman it over the rough places until it gets B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice PresU term of school until the new building is was claiming County Judge of Garrard county, submuch credit for laws which more fully developed. ject to the action of the Democratic Senator Bradley, because of illness ready, and already they have com- were passed by his An ice cream festival will be given ORGANIZED 1SS3. democratic colleaparty. at the very moment when he was to de- menced to cast about them for suitable gues in congress with the assistance of at Thunderation next Tuesday night, liver the speech seconding the nomina-o- f quarters. the progressive republicans in that and Yam Sims is preparing to be among For Sheriff. The main corridor of the new school body. those present. President Taft, was unable to make Yam made quite building is to have a bronze or marble We are authorized to announce C. A. the speech. He had spent OF LANCASTER, KY. much time At the conclusion of his remarks. favorable impression upon the fair sex Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of and care on the speech and it was con- tablet to the memory of the late Lewis Col. Chinn thanked his many friends in of that vicinity last season by the eftl Y. Leavell, whose munificense made Garrard County, subject to the action sidered by many to be CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. Garrard county for the unstinted sup- cient manner in which he turned the ice the effort of his of the Democratic party. life. Be that as it may, the delegates the erection of the building possible port which had been promised him, but cream freezer and played the little W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. without an additional burdon of tax- said that because of the conditions fiddle. We are authorized to announce missed a burst of oratory from the lips ation upon the people, and who did so which the W. O. RlGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. r. race had assumed, and owing ihe clock peddler has decided to J. J. Walker, Jr., Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of the junior Senator from Kentucky, much for the cause of education in which is second to none in the country. to the fact that he was practically a come through Hogwallow about every of Garrard county, subject to the acLancaster and Garrard county, We poor man and not financially able to eight days, instead of going around tion of the democratic party. hope at an early date to give a detailBusiness Solicited. Prompt Attention. prosecute his campaign in the manner through the Calf Rib community, he A Former Garrard County Man Makes ed description, with perhaps a picture We are authorized to announce W. which the exigencies of the occasion having put all the clocks in that secof how the building will look when demanded, L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard j. s. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Fortune In Horse Business In Illinois. and because of this inability tion in good running order. He says completed. county, subject to the action of the he deemed himself as having no chance so perfect is his knowledge of a clock Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. Mr William Hurt of Arrowsmith, democratic party. to win, he therefore wished to announce that he can take one that is. in perIlls., is visiting his relatives Messrs ROBERT FRANKLIN YANTIS his withdrawal from the race. fect running condition and find someHenry and Joshua Hurt in this county. For Assessor. Col. Chinn has many warm friends thing the matter with it Former Garrard County Citizen Died In We are authorized to announce Dave Mr Hurt is 71 years of age and this is in Garrard county, many of them of W9S3T C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor the second trip he has made here in the San Antonio Texas At Ripe Old Age whom would have supported him to the years to visit his relatives; of Garrard county subject to the ac- last three last ditch; he has assisted in many accompanied by his wife he has driven Of 84 Years. tion of the democratic party. warm democratic battles, and been through in his automobile a distance of The following extract from the San in at many a democratic victory, We are authorized to announce Mr. over 400 miles, acting as his own chauff OF LANCASTER. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- er. Mr Hurt was born and raised in Antonio Texas Express chronicles the and many were the regrets expressed death in that city of Mr. Robert Frank- that the genial Colonel had deemed it nation of Assessor of Garrard County, this county and emigrated to Illinois, On SATURDAY JULY 27TH 1912 Capital subject to the action of the democratic near Bloomington, in 1859, where he lin Yantis, who was born in Garrard best to withdraw. Neither Judge Sullivan or Mr Helm were in town Mouday I will offer for sale at public outcry 107 county and is doubtless remembered by party. embarked in the business of buying and A. R. DENNY, President. many of our older citizens. Mr. Yantis both of them we understand were ad- acres of blue grass land, lying on the We are authorized to announce J. B. selling horses, which business he has is survived by one dressing the voters of Casey county Paint Lick and White Lick turnpike, J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. sister, Mrs. S. B. Collier as a candidate for the nomina- followed until a few years ago, when May of Clinton and one four miles south of Paint Lick, Ky. brother Mr. he having amassed an independent forS. C. DENNY, Cashier. tion for assessor of Garrard county, Discoverer of Coal. Wood Yantis of Bloomfield. Has a tenant house, good orchard, good r. J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, subject to the action of the democratic tune, he retired leaving his business, The discovery of coal Is said to fences and water This land is "Robert Franklin Yantis died at the fertile which has now assumed immense prohave been made by a Belgian black- and party. productive. Sale on the premises. portions, in the hands of his son. Not- home of his son, Jesse Yantis, 1125 smith named Hullos, who lived in the We are authorized to announce W. withstanding he is 71 years young, Mr Rival Street' yesterday afternoon. He village of Plenevaux, near Liege, in Call on or write W. F. Champ, ExeSafety Deposit Boxes For Rent. L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- Hurt is as active as a man of half his had reached the ripe old age of 84 years 1049. cutor, W. R. Griffith Estate, LancasWE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. or of Garrard county subject to the years, both in mind and body and has and 19 days. ter, Ky. 4t Up to a few months ago he was able action of the Democratic party. a perfect recollection of the scenes The Open Air. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. and friends of his boyhood days back to be about and spent his time first Get out of the bouse whenever you Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. with one and another of his sons. For School Superintendant. in old Kentucky. are able, and if you only have a little He was born in Garrard County, leisure time to spend out In the open We are authorized to announce Miss 28, 1828. He was married make the surroundings indoors aa A Face Retenoid. m. .. . Jennie Higgins as a candidate for i. auies uengnt. Mr. James T. Hill died at his home January 31, 1851, to Martha A. Meyers, nearly as possible like the outdoors School Superintendant for Garrard who died February 14, 1856, without by keeping the air fresh and the win- A Freckle Remover, county, subject to the action of the in this city at 11;30 o'clock Tuesday dows open. B leaches the Skin, morning and after service at the grave issue. Democratic party. He later married Susan E. May, J A labasterlike Effect, by Rev. F. M. Tinder his remains were The Simpler Way. 1, 1858. She died at Sutherland placed at rest in the Lancaster cemeS mooth, velvety skin, For Jailer. "Send for the business manager," T onic for Face Muscles, Springs, November 3, 1878, leaving four tery this (Thursday afternoon.) great magazine. We are authorized to announce Jack R ejuvenates Your Youth, Until a little over a year ago Mr. sons, all of whom are living. During said the editor of a "What's the trouble?" inquired the O f Great Beautifying Power, Adams as a candidate for Jailer of GarHill had been in robust health, had led the war he took sides with the Union contributing editor. "I want to tell rard county, subject to the action of an out of door life, and for his years, cause and for two years was captain of him that hereafter when we support U ovelier Facial Appearance. the Democratic party. he would have been 70 years of age the home guards and later enlisted his a presidential candidate we'll avoid Alabastrol We are authorized to announce Dave this October, was remarkably well pre- whole company in the Eighth Kentucky possible confusion and do it In display In the last two months we sold 1,852 Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- served. He suffered a slight stroke of Cavalry under Colonel Shackelford. He type at regular advertising rates." packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because moved his family to Shelby County, rard county, subject to the action of paralysis, from which he rallied, but it is the most perfect production of its has since been on a gradual decline, and Missouri, in 1869 and to Texas in Decthe Democratic party. A COMMON ERROR. kind on the market, universally indorsember, 1875, living near Sutherland , for the last few weeks his death has .Ji.- fajja iSf fo, ..f ffij!t?Af9-'J-been momentarily expected. Springs. In 1880 he moved to San An- The Same Mistake Is Made By Many ed by users. Removes Freckles, SunFor Magistrate. burn, Tan, etc. Allays chafed skin Last as lone as the bufldinsr. and never need reoairs never need anv attention, extent an Mr. Hill married Miss Eliza Arnold, tonio, where he resided up to his death. Lancaster People. occasional coat of paint. Just the thing for all kinds of country buMags. and is the Ideal Combination Cream We. are authorized to announce who survives him, together with two He leaves a large number of relatives Handsome Inexpensive. Can be laid right over wood shingles without dirt or bother.M) and powder. None give that soothing, John N. White as a candidate for daughters. Mrs. Joseph Nevius and his sons being Jesse, R. M. and J. C. It's a common error cooling feeling as Alabastrol and whose Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- Mrs. Maurice Dudley, both of whom Yantis engaged in the dairy business in To plastar the aching back, rard county, subject to the action of were at his bedside when the end came. this city, arid J. B. Yantis in the city To rub with liniments, rheumatic use is so much appreciated. It acts on Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. the face not unlike a refreshing, coolthe democratic party. He is also survived by one sister, Mrs. police department. There are fourteen joints. If the trouble comes from 'the kid- ing Spring Morning. We guarantee it Stanley, who lives in the western part grandchildren surviving. We are authorized to announce of the state. Mr. Hill was a nephew to be satisfactory in every respect. He was a loyal member of the Grand neys. fS $&k$&l&kjffl&5 9Yraj(fYM(ffiYj fiSYfYMY&5YfiK vi WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- of the late Dr. O. P. Hill, their fathers Army of the Republic and took an acvossvs" NiAJc?svsAvr"t It's time to use Doan's Kidneys Pills. Mailed to your home in generous size 'AxicoKi HUiroiiuia (CO istrate in the first district of Garrard, were brothers. Here is the convincing proof of merit packages and in plain wrapper for 50 tive interest in all that pertained to Comity, subject to the action of the Garrard countynever knew a more them. He was a charter member of Mrs. Rosa Lunsford, Rowland. Ky,, Cents Silver. No Samples. democratic partv. uprightcitizen or popular gentleman than the West End Presbyterian Church and says: "1 haa kidney trouble and the The Siloeon Mf'g Co., kidney action was irregular. The sec"Jim" Hill as he was affectionately a regular attendant. Pueblo, Colorado We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n known to all. A man of the strictest" Funeral services will be conducted at retions also contained sediment. My H. Estes as a candidate for back pained me and my kidneys were in the first district of Garrard integrity, ne neia tne esteem ana re- the West End Presbyterian Church. spect of all classes, with a keen sense corner Zarzarmora and Colorado Ave- sore. I used Doan's Kidney Pills and TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE will county, subject to the action of the of humor, quick witted and a good con- nue, today at 5 p m by Rev W. A. Mc- they sopn made me feel fine. I used democratic party. versationalist, he readily made himself Dowell. His remains will be taken to Doan's Kidney Pills and they soon We are authorized to announce at home in any assemblage. Mr. Hill Lavernia on Tuesday morning for inter made me feel fine. My back and kidneys are now strong. I gladly recomCharles C. Becker as a candidate for served with distinction as a member of ment beside his wife and son, Eli. Magistrate in the second district of the City Council, and was ever ready to Members of the Grand Army of the mend Doan's Kidney Pills to anyone Garrard county, subject to the action advocate any measure that tended to Republic will act as honorary pallbear- suffering from trouble." the improvement of the city. He was ers and the members of his church as 'When your back is lame, remember We have moved to East Water street of the democratic party. forced by ill health to retire from this active." the name. Dont simply, ask for a one and block East of Lexing-We are authorized to announce Tay- position. He had long been a kidney remedy, ask distinctly for Doans member AH orders called for and avenue lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- of the Christian church. Lost between Fairview church and Tfirlnov Pilla tfi - anmf tfint: MVn . Luns- - .' on ...w, ..istrate in the second' district of Gar-- The Record joins with the entire com Hyattsville on Sunday night a white iora naa, me remeuy oacitea uy nome delivered. Phone 340. Jtardjcounty, subject to the action of munity in extending condolence to the cashmere baby coat. Return to Mr W testimony. 50c all stores. n bereaved family. thectemocratic party. H. Smith, Hyattsille, Ky. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. h W. Faulkner, jVIgr. Citizens of Winchester and Clark county met in the court house in Winchester Monday and organized a club with the avowed purpose of promoting the candidacy of Theodore Roosevelt for thepresidency. Lucien Beckner, editor of the Winchester Sun was elected Chairman. The feature of the gathering was a red hot speech by Col. R. R Perry and a life long republican. Fully two thousand After fche most tempestuous session in the history of political conventions, lasting from Tuesday until Saturday night, the Republican Convention at Chicago nominated Taf t and Sherman for the presidency and vice presidency respectively, and in consequence the G. O. P., noted since its existence for its cohesiveness, is torn asunder, and the rent bids fair to widen'rather than to close up. Followers of Theodore Roosevelt are sore to the bone and are freely giving vent to their expressions in regard to the alleged "steam roller methods" of the followers of President Taft, and as one of his followers expressed it, are prepared to "follow Teddy 'till hell freezes over and then walk out on the ice." In Orchestra hall, less than a mile from the Colisum during the waning hours of the big convention, representatives from twenty two states met and formally nominated Roosevelt as the candidate of a new party, and he accepted the nomination at their hands, specifying, that he would gladly step aside at any time should it be desirable to nominate some one else in his stead. The formation of the new party is yet in its incipiency this being the initial move; it is intend-t- o at once call conventions in the various states, and finally a mass convention, probably early in August, to ratify the action taken in Chicago. During the Chicago meeting there was something doing every minute, there were criminations and and too men who hitherto have been high in the councils of theG.O.P., but who now openly avow they will not support Taft, and are following in the wake of Roosevelt into a new party. All this indicates but one thing, Democratic victory in November. The old saying is that "when thieves fall out, honest men get their dues," and the republicans have called each other thieves so much and so often that one is naturally lead to believe that there is surely something rotten in Denmark. Never was there such an opportunity for a Democratic victory. If harmony will just prevail in the Democratic convention now in session in Baltimore, and they will unanimously agree on some good man, any one of those before the convention will do, a splendid Democratic victory in November is assured. The trend of public sentiment is in favor of Speaker Champ Clark, and he is undoubtedly a strong-maan able man and one who would surely be able to give a splendid accounting of the Democratic standard at any time, much less at the present time when our friend the enemy are suffering from so much internal dissension. n, Roosevelt Club Organized At Winchester' Meeting Of Kentucky Educational Society The First One In The State To Es In LouiSville Proves A Great Success. HOGWALLOW DOINGS pouse The Cause Of Teddy's New Party. The meeting of the Kentucky Educa(HOGWALLOW KENTUCKIAN). tional Society in session in Louisville Miss Rosyolo Mosely is making herself this week is proving a success beyond appear taller by wearing an upright the expectations Wire Drawn Tungsten 1 ELEGTRI6 LAMPS. I i 1 STORMES DRUG STORE n, 1 I I 1 anti-whisk- ey icCream Ice E Creamery. 1 Sherbets, i Butter, Butter-milk: and Fish from the j We Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- Public Sale Of Land. THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Book-Keepe- Ken-tuckyM- ay Facts. . u i- - an-ua- ry MBgfJ-l.,:E- fefiBRfSff . l Fire-pro- of I ovf 1 For $1.50 Per Gallon We Mag-strat- e, sell you ihe Lancaster one-ha- lf Dry Cleaning Co 1 I Best Paint of it. made and GURANTEE every drop C& ' . w- R. E. McRoberts Son. Foster-Mil-bur- j V ' rJ'JfUF'-f-- . &?, ;. -- "if- Es h jC3s. . - -- v- t i t. V i! t r I COND lired.i& E3 msm i E?9 jffvy fifl LSSS r.ji r9 S&i ja&sfg? a ST R JULY Z ' v fm bi H"- - F A est ccs WH B -- L-g Hl W i-- A JL sass g BEf fcfV TJfy Kssaas&sasagsESSESgsgBagaiESiS t -- Bfifjldl l A flm d Apt TnivTv JlBiw km MSi It w? r A. JL " i B r n i JSww flllfcwill " i & V t w s ft ATTRACTION -- ALOE - This is the Eighth Annual Fair andwill.be better than any Previous Exhibition. Premium List Out July 10th. xr 1 J. fl. B&flZLEY, rite Pres. j' R. L f LKIN, Secy, fcte&gftSsiiiifflrf t mm tmm -- A J&&&8Fr ?7g&$gBB!E s4 ', - Wc Loan Money 'I only on gilt- - edge sccuri- I , fiL i 1 - cent on l)a 3 4 fcrf 'tSIeSt l' edepositsI)erand' are time iS Jft , i Minister's Wages Principles More Than Life Pressing Need of More Concern for the Comfort of the Pastor. Pathway of American History Written in Blood and Sacrifice. Cow Rase (Trade Milk Resumed.) 1 Wl s z LwM'j-ry -- JHBANS MORE MILK from the coot, .r .t - of IRe World READ PICTURES INSTEAD AND MORB MONEY 'for the tinner ft . 5." ur 1 1 re 't: C , HiftJr--- alwajs ready and will- 200 Saloons Teii More Than 200 Qofumns The World's Best Each Month. 9 . fl.'SU . 'Hal Vt 'MZ'&te' r- Tf t 3- J ing to oblige depositors When you want your banking business attended to in a perfectly satis NE subject, Episcopal find at least, treated In the reports read at the New England Southern Methodist conference, should factory manner try an account with this bank. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. sympathetic, Intelligent appreciation by those within and without the denomination and the ecclesiastical calling. The matter of ministers' salaries was presented by District Superintendent Coultas of the New Bedford S8 WW Funeral Director and Embcilmere Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. Lancaster, Ky. Quick Detachable Oil Iff m l x-- v churches of his denomination in the Southern New England conference pay their ministers "hardly a living wage, and many of them less than a living wage." As to the speaker's standard of a living wage let it be known that 42 churches pay from 500 to $700 salary, Including parsonage, and 46 pay loss than $500, including parsonage. The district superintendent says truly that "here are wages almost as low as those of the striking operatives at Lawrence and less than those of the street "laborer." Surely Worthy of His Hire. The Methodists are not alone among the denominations, probably, in underpaying their ministry. When the costly educational preparation and the social and cultured requirements for the modern Christian ministry are considered, it must bo conceded that the operative and manual laborer is better off than the great majority of preachers and pastors. It is no defense for laymen to say that clergymen are doing their work for higher considerations than the material. The Master "had not where to lay his' head," but to him was freely extended the hospitality of the people of his land and time. He lived as did the average of the plain people to whom ho preached neither better nor worse. But is this true of the minister, say. In the smaller southern New England Methodist parishes? The minister does not enjoy the freedom from financial district Mr. Coultas finds that FULL ROUND SHAPE kV' m 4 STRONG RESILIENT DURABLE LlvS lWjf M JMgmW Easily Fits Any Quick Detachable Rim No Tools Required IN STOCK BY CC & j. E. Stormes. RULES and REGULATIONS Governing Candidates for the Grand Prizes offered by each of the Merchants in connection with The Central Record. - Ballot Box will be onened everv Mondav at 0 n. M. and the votes therein counted and the ballot-bo- x rcscaled by a committee of two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be subject to public approval. The result of each week's count shall be 1. published every week and the candidate's to appear. 2. All votes are ed name and her standing average parishioner does. The inclusion of the parsonage rent as the equivalent of so much wages is actually a considerable reduction from the figures given. Men In most callings receiving $300, $400 or $500 a year do not pay the rentals at which parsonages are appraised. These, like the church edifices, being visible evidences of the degree of liberality of tho parishioners, are seldom Bhabby. There is more willingness to put shingles on the roof than clothing on the occupants. Reproach to the Church. Men of education, ability, influence, of "power In tho community," serving the community, feeding its Intellectual, cultured and spiritual flames, upholding the' standard of the homes-m- en of family, often with their own education to pay for and their children's to plan for, giving all their time, their soul, with less personal liberty and privilege than any other worker, all for a dollar or so a day and perhaps a furnished house! Now these are conditions existing in populous, prosperous southern New England; not in a new land, among a struggling pioneer people. It is in an old and great and influential denomination, whose preachers and laymen are strong men; not in a new and scattered sect, with mere handfuls of adherents hero and there. In the same report from which these facts are taken there are numerous evidences of the devotion and liberality of the churches in other matters. The church strives generally for the cause of better conditions for humanity, for charity, education, for the dissemination of good cheer to the distressed, for the kingdom of heaven on earth. Why not more concern for the pastor's comfort, to assure his cheerful view of life, the education of himself and his children, material sunshine for himself and his helpmate? "The church pays the lowest wages possible," says Mr. Coultas. Tho church member who in his business "pays the lowest wages possible," would bo charged with falling far short of the Btandard for human brotherliness that is expected of the professing children of God. The moral principle that It is the generous giver who receives generously doubtless would find demonstration in a church better served If Its servants were bet ter paid. Providence Bulletin. pinch that his is dear to all of us, and the Cartoons from dailies and weeklies published in this country, London, Dub.in, Pans. Berlin. meant It to be; but araw, Budapest. St. PetersMun.ch. lerna, LIFE and especially reliburg Amsterdam. Si 'tsart.Tuna.Rome.Lisbori, Zurich, Tj! io, Shar Mi, Sidney, Canada, and gious principles, are a greater h Ame'i, a d nil th. great cities of the treasure than life. Somehow .or other wi rid. Onl t.ie L O best out of 9,000 cartoons each month, are selected. it seems that aU great principles have A Picture History of World's Ennts Eaeh Mar.th made their way up over the sacrificed CAMPAIGN CARTOONS Follow the right The lives of martyrs In the campaign m " Cartoons" ard watch the oppospathway of American history is writing parties caricature each other. THE WAY TO PUT IT ON YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION S1.50; SINGLE COPY IS. ten in the blood and sacrifice of the Manufactured by r - r I - us Om free s. !br adJreinj the fathers from Plymouth Rock to now; CARPENTER-MORTOII. H.. INLjOK. COMPANY ' 'Boston, so of the Church. The torture and ASK YOUR NEWSDEALER Mss U. 3. A.. the stake have been the steps to the freedom of religion from the shackles R. E. McRoberts & Son. of religious tyranny. What a wonderhistory lsi When ful path the path of a man or a woman loves principle UTfV YOftl Otllce Phone 31. Residence riionf nw3TW ILSZI KiT more than self or life, there will be an effort to establish It Had not the LANCASTER. KY. founders of our State and Church JSP stood for the principles of free govJL &M A ernment and conscientious action In religion, neither our present glorious State or Christian civilization would ever have been attained. SPECIAL EXCURSION Religion is nothing without the truth. Ancient history shows that all teaching, philosophy and worship down the throat of a "capey" were false and vain without revelachicken destroys the worms tion. All the progress of modern and saves the chick's life. A (ew drops in the drinkinsr water times in the greatest nations of the world is due to the presence and spirit CURES and and influence of the truth of revelation PREVENTS GAPES and of the Gospel of Jesus Christ So, wIhJ7 wnue aiarrnoea, roup, cnoiera At when this Is committed to ub with this -' and other chick diseases. - HMMHBB JL hbhjhpb $i Injunction, "Go ye Into all the world," One 50c Bottle of it is not for us to question expense, Round Round labor or results. Our work and misTrip Tr'P sion Is to act. This refers to women as well as to men. And, Indeed, this Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. experience is essential to the developshould keep a bottle of Every poultry SPECIAL TRAIN ment of a true dlscipllneship In each this medicine on raiser Write for free sample hand. and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, individual man or woman. Hence we BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Lexington, Ky. urge upon laymen and laywomen to Identify themselves with this noble ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. cause. First, for the sake of the Sold by HASELDON BROS. truth, for the sake of the kingdom of God, that it may be spread abroad upon the whole earth. And then, second, for the reflex influence upon yourself. This kind of work is necessary for the development of the truest kind of a religious spirit If wo are not working for others or for the kingdom, we grow selfish and diminish our personal enjoyment of reli- J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director So-- " N and Embalmer spiSiiP ONE KOP I - CINNATI ARID RETURN undsy, June 30th, V H fc; w&m Bourbon Poultry Cure $1 .30B5rdfeBilS1 .50 iLiJl llriiih"13laHI iOirHI Lvs. JUNCTION C3TY 5:35 a.m. OB'S HERBS MOOTS gion. Barriers to Success. Activity is as essential In religion as in physical and mental growth. Loving life and loving self is our greatest barrier to success in all undertakings, and aa well in religion. Had our fathers and mothers in the life of the Christian church or of the State loved their ives more than the principles for which they stood, what would have become of civil and religious liberty? Now we can look all the way back to Abraham, Moses, the prophets, and apostles, and coming down through centuries we find along the pages of history the lives of saints, patriots and martyrs that went out on the altar of principle. Men and women of the twentieth century, the principle is the same. We must take an active part in the development of character, patriotism, church work, and the spread of the Gospel if we are to save the nations, the Christian church, and even our own lives. Principle must be elevated over life. This is the greatest and most momentous age in history. If we are ever going to save the world, it must be now. Over the graves of patriots, heroes, prophets, martyrs, apostles and missionaries may be written these words: "They loved not their lives unto death. Patriots bleeding, wounded, suffering and thirsty and faint lay all day and night on the battlefield or behind prison walls that you mliht a goodly country and a prosperous and happy life and home. Saints and martyrs have gone to death with songs and prayers on their lips that you and I and coming generations might have en-Jo- y Cere Diseases, The M . K x zi"-- Bible says so9 & it s sfceung proven every o f:CT..TlM.7i: -- k& hSirCSfyTZ.'ir "r.VT day fey 23 CHARLIE WH1TEM00N, S729-3- 1 the Cow Hoy erbalist W. Broadway, Loaisvtlie, Hy. New Albany, Ind., Feb. 4, 1912. Dear Friend, Charlie I White-Moon: LmmmmmmmmmBSBnmiem&' " $&7LWm ' wlmmmmm 'Mln HHH wish to thank you for the wonderful benefit I received from your medicine. I have had the rheumatism at different times ever since I was a child. I doctored with different doctors and they did me no good. I heard of your and I thought I would try it, and I am glad to say it cured me. I, make this statement for theN benefit of all sufferers of rheumatism. Anyone doubting this, call on me. Yours truly, COM-CEL-SAR GEORGE KRININGER, mmmmmmWLv-f- ' No. 50 Vinccnnes Street, New Albany Ind. the truth. once each month by the contest manConstraining Love. ager. Any candidate can get the consent of contest manager at any Everything becomes possible to those who love. The commands of time to inspect or count the votes, the Lord are no longer grievous, for the soul that loves is gifted by that love, with fresh energies; it discovers 3. Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the in itself unsuspected possibilities, and Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. Any candidate will jbe 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. Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are obtained from any of. the following sources; Coupons appearing 5. is supplied with ever flowing currents of new vigor. We Bhall be enabled to do 6o much if only we love. We live by loving, and the more we love, the more we live; and therefore, when lito feel dull, and the spirits are low, turn and love God, love'your neighbor, and you will be healed of your wound. Love Christ, the dear master; look at his face, listen to his words, and love will waken, and you will do all things through Christ who strengthens you. For, "the love of Christ constralneth us." Shall we not be true tc these things? Shall we not maintain this noble character as a sacred heritage? This is the measure of heroes and saints. These are the men and women who have made history. They are the ancestors other nations and ages worship as deity. Shall not we stand, then, where they stood and for the Bame thing for which they stood? Shall not we join the great Christian forces, and start on in this splendid life? Will we let all of this burden fall on others? Shall tho work cease, or will we rally to the rescue? What la your response today? Morals, truth, religion and the world need the missionary spirit more than anything else. We need it in society, politics, the world and the church. And perhaps more than all In the individual heart and In the home. We must quicken the Christian church and its members until they reach the spirit of sacrifice and of forgetting of self. Men and women who will rep- GEORGE KRININGER Deep down in every human heart lies a NATURAT, desire for NATTRK'S medicine, Root- 8c Ii.rlw. Tcolong have the secrets of nature been neglected, too Ionjj have people ili&re&irtk'tl Mod's promise.. 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Today commerce, finance, science, issued by or education and in Christendom at least, given for trade at our store. ;VA11 others shall be declared void religion, are all against war. The mass coupons of intelligent people Is against war. and thrown out by the judges. The great Industrial army in all civilized countries Is against war. Rev. V. Congregationalism 8 Moxom, 6. No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be per Springfield. on any handbill, dodger, form-lette- r or card The "very good" of the creation week was not God's last verdict upon his work, but this: "This is my beloved Son In whom I am. well pleased." God is better satisfied with Jesus than he ever could have been with Adam. And his final workmanship is the redeemed man who is "created anew in Christ soul the Jesus." To every spirit witnesses, "well pleased;" and to every glorified life the king shall say "Well donel" new-bor- n mitted to enter the contest. A Dreadful Wound. Work Will boon Start. Visiting Cards, Announcements, Monogram Paper, Embossed . Letter Heads and Envelopes. - . - All votes must be deposited in the ballot box in the presence trom a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail, deof the contest manager or some oneappointed by him. In casting a fireworks, or of any other nature, mands prompt treatment with Bucklen.s number of votes at the same time they must be neatly tied together or Arnica Salve to prevent blood poison or gangrene. Its the quickest, surest placed in a small envelope. Votes on newspaper subscriptions may healer for all such wounds as also for Ibe cast personally or by mail. Burns, Bolls, Sores Eruptions, Eczema, 7. 8. -. Any candidate may solicit votes in any District they wish. t afterYou 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 whole system. Try Chapped Hands, Corns or Piles. 25c them. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts at R. E. McRoberts"& Son. &Son. jm- lm SEE THE GENtRftb RE60RD Ask For Sampls. I June Offerings LADIES and MISSES OXFORDS reduced in order tc clean up at this season of the year. At Joseph's OUR COUNTER VALUES IN I I Only 2 Dresses Left. Size 36 in a Cotton Corduroy worth $7.50 to $5.98. Size 34 in a beautiful Embroidered Voile worth Muslin Underwear are moving fast. Only a few more of those pretty Crepe Gowns Left. $1.98 buys a good pair.' 1 $12.50 reduced lo $7.50 l-3c- Our Silks worth $ 1 .00 and $ .50 have been selling well at 79c as have our 75c ones at 39cts. ts. J i fc 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. THE Walter JOSEPH Rakes .. MERCANTILE ! Exclusive Ladies OutfittersThe Store Where The New Styles Are First Shown, Gossip About N People I YOU'LL FIND COMPANY IT IN THIS COLUMN, I I A. Wood swers, $20.00 r i$ Binders. $120.00. $42.50 Warranted as good as any. "Dain Mowers, Best on Market. with improvements over others. A few John Deere Buggies at Cost. Binder Twine 9c per lb. Dain Sweep Rakes and Stackers. Something new. Be sure and see them. The Quick Meal Mailable Asbastos and Granite lined to prevent rusting. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. Co Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Mention Farmers. o O w W ft We make a specialty of your needs and write a policy especially adapted for your property. It will pay you to investigate our special policy. o 3 H KEMPER Garnett Kemper. C& WOODS, R. G. Woods. PAINT LICK, KY. S a 03 Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. HARTFORD, o Aetna, National Of Hartford. We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Take Any Beam You like ' fr- - from our timber piles. No need to spend time in look ing for good ones. Every stick in the pile is sound, season- able and straight. j ( fyS WLJS& .. Jprj i bimiim imwkJm uv r,WmWSim aaf rrv7 C . s g C JmMWAlUm ,. ..w a mm iirhi iii i ' im7Tamiit Remember that upon the beams depends the house.. That's why you should get the 'best which means getting them here. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co, Miss Willie Wilkerson is visiting in Stanford and Liberty. . . mWmmmS&. Mrs. Joanna Ball is in Stanford with her daughter Mrs. Campbell. NN Miss Lillian Cochran leaves next week for a visit in Richmond. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Miss Lucy Walker of Richmond is fjoings by Those We Are Interested In. the guest of Miss Alice Rigney. Miss Knapp West is in Louisville for Will Walker is at home from a stay a visit to friends and relatives. in Louisville. - mmp? jmlm. f Mrs. J. W. Sweeny and daughter ! Mr R. P. Gregory spent Sunday at were in Stanford for a short stay. Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Fannie Dairden of Berea has Mrs. James Ramsey and daughter been the guest of Miss Estella Conn. are in Paint Lick visiting. Miss Mabel Claire Arnold of Paris is Misses Sophronia and Mary. Lynn Fox ' with her aunt Miss Nannie Anderson. are in Moreland for a visit. Mrs. R. H. Batson is at home after a Miss Lillie Henry spent Sunday in visit to Mrs. J. P. Holland of Blooming ton 111. Kirksville with her parents. Mrs. John Shackelford of Omaha is Miss Annie Belle Ballard has been in here visiting her mother Mrs. Emma Lincoln county visiting relatives. Kauffman. Pursley. Mr W. B. Burton and Dr. R. L. PonMiss Margaret Hackley has returned tius were in Lexington Saturday. The first man who ever sold Indian to her home in Georgetown after a vis- Remedies in the State of Kentucky Miss Lucretia Skinner of Dakota is it to Garrard relatives. and my remedies have a reputation with her cousin Mrs. A. 'H. Bastin. Mrs. Thomas Johnson of Lexington for themselves that can never be torn Misses Delia Tinder left this week made a short visit to her cousins Mrs. down, given up by all who have tried for a visit to friends near Cincinnati. them to do all I claim for them. You Davis Prather and sister. may notice most advertising doctors Mrs George Robinson of Danville is Mr. and Mrs. Charles Denman of and medicine companies, advertise and with her mother Mis Rebecca West. Nicholasville have been the guests of publish testimonials of people. They Miss Zilpha Bowling of East Bern-sta- Mr. and Mrs. Alex West. come away from their home town, selis the guest of Mrs. W. S. CarMr CIayPumphrey of Danville was dom ever one cured at home. As I rier. over to spend Sunday with his parents have often told my friends in my lecMiss Edna Kavanaugh is in Richmond Mr and Mrs W. J. Pumphrey. tures, testimonials are cheap. What I visiting her cousin, Miss Naoine Bal-leand have and want is walking and talking Mr. Lester Wilson of Lula Miss, Eugene Arnold of Richmond motored advertisements and not testimonials cf The Misses Dickerson have returned to Lancaster and were guests ot Mrs. people you never knew, and right here in Garrard, Lincoln, Boyle, Casey, from an enjoyable outing to Mammouth Stephen Walker. Madison, Clark, Jessamine, Fayette, Cave. Mr. Goodloe Lackey of Kansas City Franklin and all joining counties, I Miss Lizzie Bettis is at home after and Mrs. Herbert Price and children of a visit to the Misses Shugars of Rich- Danville will arrive this week and visit have hundreds of people who will testify to the merits of my Indian Remedies mond. Mrs. D. M. Lackey and daughter. When I came to Kentucky four years Miss Mamie Walters is in Richmond Miss Norma Elmore is the guest of ago I sold my remedies by puting for a course in art at the Normal Mrs. C. F. Coffman of Georgetown, fourth an effort and getting behind school. she was numbered in the list at the re- them now THE PEOPLE SELL THEM Miss Stella Comley left Sunday for ception given at the historic home of FOR ME, ask any one who has used a months visit to friends and relatives Mrs. Anna Tee Gleen. them they will tell you what you want in Ohio. to know, I have my Remedies now in Miss Mary Marshbanks of Paint Lick ' Miss Nancy Long of Madison county Ky., who has been in Cleveland, 0. over 300 Drug Stores, my mail order has been visiting Miss Agnes Miles under the care of Dr. Eugle, a special- business is immence as people are using my Remedies all over several this week. ist, has sufficiently recovered to permit states. One of my leaders is Mrs. Joe Adams and daughter Vir- of her being brought home. INDIAN HERBS A 45 DAYS ginia of Lexington are guests of Mrs. Misses Annie Katharine and Helen TREATMENT FOR $1.00 For all Jack Adams. Gardner Walker, of Reservoir Park, Blood Diseases, Rheumatism, Kidney, Mrs Mary Taylor is at home after a and Miss Isabella Givens of Danville Liver, Stomache, Female, and all visit to her daughter Mrs Robert Brown form a pleasant house party at the Nervous Diseases, hundreds of people home of Mrs. J. Wade Walker. in Garrard County will testify to their of Barboursville. Mrs. Wm. H. Wherritt whose friends merits. Mrs. W. A. Price and daughter Miss PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERB CATMamie Stormes Dunn were recent visi- are numerous and staunch remembered her 79 birthday Friday by a number of ARRH REMEDY for all forms of cattors in Lexington. gifts and mementoes, may many years arrh and diseases of the mucus lining Misses Ida May and Elizabeth Adams be added to this lovable womans ex- of the nasul passages head, throat, of Mt. Vernon were here for the istence. stomache, bowels, liver, kidneys and Adams-Terri- ll wedding. bladder a 90 DAYS TREATMENT Editor John G. Pulliam of Harrods-bur- g $2.50 Mrs G. M. Patterson is in Crab Orwas a pleasant caller at the RecDAKOTA JACK'S COW BOY LINIchard at the Spitler Sanitorium where ord office Monday. Brother Pulliam is MENT never was nor never will be she hopes to receive much benefit. the editor of the Herald, one of the beaten. For all or any pain stops Miss Ophelia Wallace and brother newsiest and best democratic weeklies pain in one minute a wonder for DeafJason of the Louisville Orphan's Home in the state. ness, PRICE 25cts PER BOTTLE. are here for a visit to their father. CREME SOAP for all the people all the time NUF SAID 3 cakes 25cts. Tom Thumb Politicians. Little Misses Laura Dunn and" Helen In Garrard County the above RemeMrs. Tom Thumb is the smallest Gulley of Lexington are guests of their woman who has ever called at the dies are sotf by J. E. Stormes Druggrandparents Mr. and Mrs. J. D. GulWhite House, but a lot of mighty gist Lancaster, Ky., Henry Kuhlman ley. small politicians have been there. Lowell, Ky., Coy Sanders Stone, Ky., Mrs Wm. G. Anderson and little Washington Post. . or by J. J. Pursley (Dakota Jack) grand daughter,- Miss Francis Grant Lancaster, Ky., my home office. All are in Maysville visiting Mrs J. Roe mail orders promptly filled and prepaid Way of Describing American. One Young and family. Nowhere is the architectural sens to your home at regular price. Mrs Jl Parker Gregory and. little more rigorous and scholarly than la daughter Sallie Crooke Gregory have writers from the land of Babel-llto- a Registered Jersey Bull London Saturday Rebeen in Winchester .visiting Mr and view. Mrs Henry H. Hall. After a visit to Mr John Johnson and Grow Hair At 65 Years Of Age. family, Mrs R. A. Campbell left Tuesday for Springfield, Mo., where she Dear Sir- - "I heard of PARISIAN Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two miles will join her husband. SAGE and my head would itch a good from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike Mrs. Emma Higginbotham and sister deal, I thought I would try it. I never R. E. Mrs. Burke of Junction City left last used any remedies before and was bald week for a visit to their uncle Mr. on top of my head. I am using the third bottle and have James McDonald of Dougles county a lot of hair where I was bald. Illinois. I would like you to see the new hair Judge Jerre A. Sullivan, candidate sprouting from my head. The itching Non-Ski- d for the democratic nomination for Con- in my scalp quickly disappeared. I am gress in this district passed through 65 years old and have been at the BaSupreme by; test of here last Saturday enroute to Casey zaar 51 years. hardest service, are county where he spoke Monday. Wm. A. Hopper, Auctioneer Hark-nes- s the one positive security against skidding on any Bazzaar, Ninth & Samson Sts., The followingnjoyed the dane'e at kind of road, at all seasons Crab Orchard Springs Friday evening-Mi-ss Philadelphia, Pa. Large bottle of PARISIAN SAGE 50 of the year. Lettie Mae McRoberts and R. B. ,&lm Sold Br AD Dealers dmW Spindle, Miss Maria Dunn and Wm. cents. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts KHRggV Who Coatider P&M dandruff, falling hair and Qnalifrr King, Miss Annie Margaret Elkin and & Son for John McRoberts, Miss Bettie Walker scalp itch. Puts life and beauty into Burnside and T. K. Watson and Mr. faded hair and is a delightful hair dress ing. and Mrs. Carlton Elkin. Administr at or ' s j Dakota Jack. J. J. dt w. PUR-SLEY- 'S I, H. S. Christopher, as administrator Beasley & Collier will protect your of Wm. Christopher, deceased, will on tobacco against damage by hail, call on Thursday, July 25th, 1912 them. Beginning at 1 o'clock p. m. Beasley & Collier are the only inSell to the highest bidder the farm of surance people prepared to insure your tobacco against damage by hail, call on Wm. Christopher, deceased, contain-- '' ing 93J acres, located at Buena Vista, them. Garrard County, Ky., on the Burgin Lost: Saturday June 8th on Lexing- and Dix River turnpike, right at the ton street, a silver locket with turquo- Postoffice and in sight of three church-a- s and a good school. This farm is ise and silver pendant, finder please're-tur- n located in the best agricultural district to Mrs Jesse Sweeney. in the county, and is in a good state of cultivation; well adapted to grow good Notice To Contractors. tobacco, hemp corn and wheat. Every Sealed bids will be received until Satacre can be cultivated. The improveurday, July 6th, for the erection of the ments consist of a good seven-roonew Consolidated School building at frame dwelling house, in good repair Paint Lick. Plans and specifications with all necessary out buildings which are in my office and may be seen upon are all good. A JNo. 1 good cistern at application. the door and good spring house right in Miss Jennie Higginc, Co., Supt. 3t the yard; never failing stream of water for stock. Not Going to Let Him Escape. At the same time and place I will "Smithers Is discourage? about his sell all the personal property consisting love affair." "What's happened?" "He was In the act of proposing last night of 2 good work Horses, 2 Sows and Pigs when the girl's mother and father farming implements, etc, good two came In." "What did Smithers do?" horse wagon and good hay frame, wag"Stopped short, of course." "What did on and plow gear, household and kitchthe girl do?" "She said: TVhat were en furniture and one good piano. you saying. Mr. Smithers?'" Life. Any one desiring to look at the farm before day of sale, can call on me at premises and I will be glad to show Acquired Significance. "You disapprove of my theory," said same. Remember that this property MUST the excited agitator. "Therefore you refuse to attach any importance to be sold to wind up the estate of said da it." "Of course," replied Senator Sor- ceased. ghum, "why should 1? The only .imTerms made known on day of sale. portance- most unpleasant theories H. S. CHRISTOPHER, have Is what thoughtless people rush In and attach to them." Administrator of Wm. Christopher. A. T. Scott, Auct. A Pennsylvanlan'o Will. One of the most laconic documents ever recorded In the Franklin county court house was the will of Joseph Brown, late of Upper Strasburg. He wrote the will himself and leaves everything "to his wife and the remain der to his children, providing anything is left" Chambersburg correspondence Philadelphia North American. m See Beasley & Collier for hail insurance on your tobacco. A Genuine Hair Restorer. Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair? There are many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it is probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their manufacturers. Hair Restorers which are nothing more than Thee are many harmful chemical dyes, which do not grow any hair, the only result being that they dyed the hair, having no permanency and often causing a streaky appearance. - Foxy Alex 103717. HENRY. Tires rTirestbtte It has been the aim of the chemists for years to discover a preparation which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, but heretofore they have met with no success. Prof. Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless vegetable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer and will grow hair and does not contain any dye of any kind, 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 Prof. Rembler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding glass and also the Rembler wireless Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler is entitled to consideration as he would not make any statements 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'a invention, after having made a six month's test of Sagine and thoroughly demonstrating that it would postively do the work. The Siloron Mfg. Co. have authorized us to make the following remarkable offer to all who need a "Genuine Hair Restorer." They will send a written agreement with every bottle of Sagine, to the effect that if one bottle of Sagine conscientiously used accordjpg to the directions does not give entire satisfaction to the purchaser; if Sagine does not actually grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, remove dandruff and make the hair healthy and glossy, that they will pay the sum of 5 to any dissatisfied purchaser. This is the strongest offer ever made by any manufacturer and one they could not possible make if they did not know positively from experiment that it would do exactly what they claim for it. No one takes any chance in buying Sagine as it is certainly worth $1 to use a Genuine Hair Restorer that will grow hair, and if it does not give satisfaction they will pay you the' 5 as agreed. Send a $1 bill to The Siloron Mfg. Co. Pueblo, Colo., stating that you wish to purchase a bottle of Sagine with the written agreement to grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair or pay you the sum of $5 and it will be sent to you by express in plain wrapper. The Siloron Mfg. Co. is incorporated under the Laws of the State of Colorado and refer you to the mercantile agencies or any Pueblo bank3 as to their ability to fulfill any agreement they make. THE SILORON MF'G CO., Pueblo,Cc4& rf'r ' STOPS SCALH ITCH. Dandrufl And Every Form Of Scalp Dis- NOTES fS?-oi-i Cherries require very little pruning. Tho cow and tmrrrmxzE-L- A ease Cured Quick By Zemo. 3 MEUXWBROOK l;- ik-p- farm team. Drive a colt the sow make a good N It is simply wonderful how Zemo gees after dandruff. You rub a little of it in with tips of the fingers. It gets right down into the glands, stimulates them, stops the itch, and makes the hoad feel fine. No, it isn't sticky! Zemo is a fine, clear, vanishing liquid. You don't have to even wash your hands after using Zem). And what a wonder it is for eczema, rash, pimples and all skin afflictions. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis Mo., and is guaranteed by all druggists to give perfect satisfaction. Endorsed and sold in Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts & Son. - K. JM y5 ) pyjMfccm V'- FARM cmr fast walking horse. ed oats the first time with a Usefulness of What She (Mffiffifff ! CARDS.! Oo4 yHooooxi;8ooc:ooo0j The hens will relish a feed of scaldat any time. Hypatia Whenit was finally decided to tear I , Really Meant UUOKEYE. Miss Nancy Long of Cottonburg is the guest of Miss Agnes Miles. Mrs. Ed Arnold visited relatives in Madison, Co., Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Jasper from Little Hickman has been visiting her daughter Mrs. G. M. Hendren. Mrs. R. C. Broaddus and little daughter were guests of her parents in Madison Co., the latter part of ihe week. Rev. Moore from Lawrenceburg, will lecture at this place Sunday morning on his visit to the Holy Land, and will preach Sunday night. Mesdames Pat Sutton and John from McCreary, Misses Jennie Lee Katie Mae, and Mamie Dickerson from Buckeye and Mr. Charlie Mahan from Hyattsville, composed the little party which left Lancaster the 19th for Mammoth Cave. To those who have been of course we can say nothing of the wonderous beauty of this place, but to those who haven't, we would say avail As-ki- ns yourselves of the very first opportunity and we will wager you never regret it. A Charming Woman. 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 Electric Bitters alvfriys prove a godsend to women who want health, beauty and friends. They regulate Stomach, Liver and Kidneys, purify the blood; give strong nerves, bright eyes, pure breath, smooth, velvety skin, lovely complexion and perfect health. Try them. 50c at R. E. 1-- m Jit.- - lleliion Miss Lavina Montgomery continues quite sick. Mr J. I. Crawford had a very valuable horse to die Saturday. Miss Peachy May Sanders of Stone spent last Thursday with Mrs Edd Grow. Mrs Bettie Jackson is spendinS the week with her daughter Mrs J. E. Sherrow. Mrs G. W. Thompson is at the bedside of her sister Mrs Eunice Posey at McCreary. Miss Bettie Scott is at home from Richmond where she has been attending school. Rev White of Louisville delivered an excellent temperance address at this place Sunday evening in interest of the Anti-So 1 eagues. Rev. Mahan fulfiilled his regular appointment at this Saturday and Sunday and will preach on the second Sunday of each month also beginning with July After a lingering illness of stomach trouble. Miss Virgie Sherrow aged 16 departed this life at dawn on Saturday morning June 22nd, 1912. She had been a patient sufferer since January and a week before death came submitt-t- o an operation. All that medical aid and skillful nursing could do were of no avail for the Lord said "come" and she answered the call. She leaves father, mother and brother, may they find com fort by looking up through their cloud of sorrow to Him who doeth all things al 1 well. II Helps! Mrs. J. R Daniels, of Sip, Ky., writes: "I was so sick for 3 .or 4 years, I had to hire my work done, most of the time, I had given up hope. When I began to take Cardui, I knew, right away, it was helping me. Now, I am better than ever before in my life, and Cardui did it" E 64 Take i " The Woman's Tonic Cardui has helped thousands of weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, back to health. It has a gentle, tonic action on the womanly system. It eoes to the cans of the trouble. It helps, it-neips quickly, surely, safely. It has helped others. Why not you? It will. Try It Get a bottle today! can't see," began the girl who "Study to be quiet" is a fine thing down the old building in one back .likes to talk, "why the business of room of which Mr. Bellamy and sev- - being an interpreter doesn't flourish in handling a team anywhere. eral of his cronies had met on Thurs- - nowadays. I'm thinking of starting Chaff from the hay mow floor day evenings to play skat and enjoy out in it myself and I'm sure I'd make Other festivities appropriate to the a large income. I don't mean makes the best litter for chicks. the burning question of the ' preting foreign languages, but just hour became" what to do with the club plain English! Too sudden a change of diet for the "I have learned through painful young calf is bound to start trouble. house cat Clean up and disinfect. "One of you fellows," said the man years of bumping my cranium against who owned the house and incidentally stone walls and I yearn to take under Covered cream or Every farmer should have a garden. way to town bespeakmilk cans on the had owned the cat, "ought to take my wing all the poor, bewildered mor-car-e a careful dairyof her. Hypatia is a good cat and Ttals who still think the words people man. Turn the horse out to pasture at fine looker. It would be a shame to use express what they mean. I want night There is every indication that grass turn her out into the street with no to pat them on the back soothingly fat beef will bring a good price this home and no friends. Bellamy, she and murmur 'There! There!' and Overexertion Is as bad for the colts summer. has always been fond of you. "What's then explain to them that 'Do you like as no exertion. pink eliiekeusT really means, 'We the matter with your taking her?" "Me?" exclaimed Bellamy. "Me? came on the 10 o'clock train.' When the calf is two weeks "old Now that cows are on grass they some skim-mil"For instance, Mrs. Gamboge calls may be added to the Good Lord! My wife hates cats." will need salt oftener. "Meow!" interrupted Hypatia, and you up over the phone some morning usual feeding. rubbed patches of her new summer and says, 'My dear, we're having a Sheep, unlike hogs, need to be A horse that is watered two or garments off on the leg of his trous- few people in to cards tonight and dipped only once a year. three times a day Is apt to drink too ers. Bellamy softened at that mark of want jou to come. I just got it up on the spur of the moment it's only confidence. much at one time. The well-fecolt requires more ex"Never mind, old girl," be said, "I a little informal affair. Oh, most inercise than the poorly fed one. won't go back on you. We'll go up formal, my dear, I assure you! Just Fine corn meal for the skim-milcalf Is a good substitute for the more to the house together and see what we a few friends! So glad you can come! There Is little use. in wasting time expensive oilmeal. can do." over a crippled or deformed chick. Bellamy carried Hypatia home in a "I've seen the time when I'd have Clean the mud from the horse'3 hat box. Mrs Bellamy viewed the dismissed the matter until just bePoultry can not stand any more limbs during seeding bundle with suspicion and alarm. fore time to dress, when I would not neglect In warm weather than in cold. prevent scratches and operations, and "What have you there?" she asked. have even glanced at the shelf carryfever. "Just a little surprise," said Bel- ing my party gowns in boxes, but A mongrel fowl is one that has relamy lamely. would have picked out some high Quality In vegetables Is the result sulted from the haphazard mating for of quick, unchecked growth, and this He raised the lid of the box and necked thing. Probably I'd have just years. Hypatia, released from her unwonted worn my hair as I ordinarily do and means plenty of water at all times. confinement, jumped half way across would have taken a street car to get One good sire can do wonders in to the scene of the festivities. But It is not a difficult proposition to the room. improving the dairy herds of a neigh- raise calves when the feeder uses "A cat!" she cried. "Why, Harvey, not now! borhood. some precaution In their management that is a cat. What did you bring her here for?" "" "I have grown wiser. I know that If a horse is required to do extra "To kill the mice," said Bellamy. turkey chicks are six weeks After itho English language does not mean work he should be liberally and fre- old they must be allowed to range "Mice?" she echoed. "Why, there what it is made to say. So I spend quently fed. they will be sadly stunted in isn't a mouse about the place." else all my time after luncheon preparing said Bellamy ex- to go to Mrs. Gamboge's informal lit, "There ain't?" growth. Don't keep tapping your horse with citedly. "Grat Scott, haven't you tle affair I have my hair dressed and the whip unless you want to drive a It is a mistake to try to fatten the heard 'em? Why, the way they ram- my face massaged, and I get an extra regular old plug. brood sow. She should not be kept page through the walls every night manicure, and I have all my clothes with the hogs that are being prepared playing golf and baseball is enough under inspection, and I pick out alGenerous feeding and frequent salt- for market. to wake the dead. I haven't been able most my very best gown. Then I ing will help to fortify the lambs to sleep for a week on account of the borrow mother's Paris evening wrap against the parasites. requires one sort of edu- Vaclvet. That's the reason I got Hy- and phone for a taxi and wait five While it a good riding or driv- patia. I want her to kill them off" minutes in the crush at the door becation to Dipping does more than merely kill ing horse, make. So for one night at least Hypatia fore I can even get in. There will be it requires another to make lice. Disease germs, especially in the a cart horse. was permitted to enjoy tho hospital- a Hungarian band playing under the case of hogs, are destroyed. ity of the Bellamys. The next morning stairs and the whole place will be roost in a damp, .close Bellamy took his time at dressing. simply broken out with caterer's men. Hens that No matter how good their conforhouse are apt to give out In the leg His wife, being curious concerning the who pass you along from one to the d mation, the vast majority of little joints with a trouble somewhat akin welfare of her unwelcome giiost. solemnly, trying to act as horses sell at corresponding little to rheumatism. him to the stoic room where other d though they bad butlered and prices. Hypatia had been quartered for the in that one spot for several It is easy to notice the effect of night, and cautiously opened the door Give the cows a fair show. To ex- grass on the milk, but, with the cows As Hypatia rushed out she looked in decakes, as had their fathers before pect a large flow of rich milk from that have silage, the change will be and straightway sounded a ringing them. "By this time I wish I had borrowed them on insufficient or poor feed is less perceptible. Bellamy bolted down call to arms unjust. the hall from one direction and the molhei's diamond tiara, because I be gin to feel kind of plain in only a Fruit trees planted in the hog pas- cook from the other. satin and crystal gown and a string Corn lands should be put In the best ture will supply shade and abundance "What is the matter?" they asked of pearls. There will be a four course possible condltltlon so that the little of food in the fall when the trees "A mouse!" responded Mrs. Bel- supper and American beauty roses roots can get the most nourishment come into bearirg. lamy, weakly, and keeled over against bursting out from all corners. out of the soil. the wall. Bellamy held the rodent at "It is really maddening to think Better dairying should be the aim arm's length and flourished it by the what unlimited money and a telephone Cattle that have been well wintered of every dairy farmer. It is only as tip of the tail triumphantly. will do nowadays. seems to me that can be put on the early grass fat mar- he strives for better things that he "What did I tell you?" ho said. they take away all It fun of giving a the ket and good judges thlnk-thi- s market can approach his ideal. "Didn't I say the house is alive with party all the worry being removed will be a high one. them?" These rich women do not have to ' The man who makes a success at "Yes," admitted his wife "It's funny count their napkins and say, 'My goodUnder ordinary circumstances the dairying or any other line of work I never heard them, though 1 suppoorer the feed the greater the dally starts with the right aim and ne'er I'll have to horiow Cousin Nell's pose we'll have to keep Hypatia an- ness! best ones to fill out!' They do not discost of milk and butter-fat- , and the changes or loses sight of it. other night now. cover that they haven't enough forks less will bo the profit Immediately after breakfast Mrs Tests at experiment stations have Bellamy summoned the janitor and and that the spare room hasn't been As warm weather approaches the shown that 20 per cent of the cream dusted. All they do is phone a caterer and a florist and tell Mary to be sure task of preventing drinking water for is saved by the use of a separator as pointed to the moribund mouse. "Henry," she said severely, "what is to see that she dusts extra well downhogs from becoming contaminated be- compared with hand skimming. that?" comes more and more difficult. stairs. Then they can go to a lunA look of consternation overspread cheon and two teas and make a few There is no problem that is of calls and when they arrive home at Of later years the Clydesdales ha-greater importance today than con- the big Swede's infantile face. "A maas. dinner time they say, 'Dear me! I'd "A maas," he gasped. been coming on" in draft horse popu- servation of soil fertility. The dairy almost forgotten that I have a card larity and the breed is now occupying cow, the hog and the hen help solve it. W7hare you gat heem?" quite a place among the pullers. If the cultivation of mice In a pri- party tonight!' "The only difference when it is conGood care consists in doing every- vate apartment had been the, height of The old ducks need a swimming thing from milking and caring for the human ambition Mrs. Bellamy could sidered a formal affair is that you get pond, as their feathers will not be cows to marketing the butter or cream ave netrayeu exultation no more an engraved old English card ten days nearly so good without the water and as if your whole life success denended complete than that which thiilled her in advance. voice as she replied: their eggs will be much more fertile. upon it "Then when you drop in to see a "Here. Right here in our own flat. friend and she keeps you waiting half Clover hay can be put in the mow Mix plaster of Paris and turpentine, I want you to clean out my storeroom an hour before she comes down, and safely with more Bap in it than tim- mould In the shape of eggs, and put and take up my carpets and rugs and you say, 'I hope I didn't disturb or inothy, but neither will keen without one in each nest to kill lice and stop up all the rat holes. The things terrupt,' and she murmurs sweetly. molding when put In with dew or rain i mites. Do not use with eggs that are ' will eat us alive if we don't get rid of Not at all. my dear! I was just hookou u. them." hatching. ing my collar, and I am so slow about Although Swede doing things!' you would realize, if you the bewildered It costs from two to six cents more There are 28 silos within a short worked until bedtime tearing up had an interpreter at hand, that she to produce a pound of fat pork than of this farm. Many farmers pels and moving furniture, neither meant that she was up in the third a pound of ordinary bacon, but the dif- have been closely pressed In order to mice nor their means ot egress and floor sewing room working like mad ference is on the other side "at marNevertheless with a seamstress making over clothes feed for their stock but none of gress were discovered. ket time. that night Hypatia slew two more of and hadn't brushed her hair since she the silo owners were. her hereditary foes. had twisted it into a knob on arising, Alfalfa makes the best pasture, but A city chicken man has found a "I am going out this afternoon to and had on a kimono thing and old peas and oats sown in equal parts, good way to break a broody hen. He look for a flat. I can't stand it to be slippers. Also that she said when also rape, clover and a mixture of puts an alarm clock In the nest and eaten by mice," said Mrs. Bellamy. your card came up, 'Now, what on wheat and oats sown thickly makes when the clock goes off that hen goes She really did start, but she had earth did she come today of all days excellent pig forage. off too and never comes back. got no further than her own hall door for, I'd like to know! Isn't It provokwhen she met a boy who wanted to ing!' Most all our gardens can he at The cost of hauling over our coun- see Mr. Bellamy. least double cropped by selecting try roads is now about 23 cents per "What do you want to see him "My helping hand would bo of beneearly varieties of vegetables such as ton per mile. In European countries about?" she asked. fit also to prosy and boresonie and cabbage, lettuce, onions, beets, bunch .the cost is below 10 cents. Our bad "Oh, nothin' much," was the vague spoiled old bachelors when a sweet beans, potatoes and early corn. roads are an expensive proposition. reply. young thing of 20 leans over and looks Mrs. Bellamy opened tho door to into their eyes and beseeches, 'Do tell As soon as the pigs have been put Shallow cultivation of corn is most the widest limit me all about how you make iron into the fattening pens in the fall in favor with the experiment stations, "Little boy," she said, with, ccduc-bu- t beams! I am interested! It they should be fed all that they will cli- - tive graciousness, "wouldn't you like much seema to depend upon must be such a fascinating business!' eat with a relish; for the shorter the matic conditions. In dry climates you a dish of nuddine- and snmi fruit?" What she really means is, 'If I can fattening period the larger the pro- can safely cultivate deeper three to "Yes, ma'am," said the boy. keep you talking to me as though your fits. four inches. She entertained him for half an life depended on it I can get Harry hour. As a result of the interview slie stirred into a perfect frazzle of jealBefore starting up a hill -- with a There is nothing like pasture to abandoned her intention of looking for ousy. He needs to be taken down a load, and when the top of the hill is make good gains on any kind of stock another flat. peg or two, the way he's acting of late reached, give the team a rest. Let when fed in connection with corn. In "I am glad of that," said Bellamy them catch their breath. Undue forc- hog feeding we do not think we are that evening when appraised of her with that Jenkins girl!' ing of horses up a hill with a load fre- putting it too strongly to say that pas- decision. "Where is Hypatia?" "I'm quite charmed with the possiquently causes heart and lung disor- ture saves 25 per cent in feed. bilities of my plan for a new profesThe distilled sweetness of Mrs. Belders. sion!" concluded the girl who likes to lamy's voice was positively cloying. The injury to various fruit crops "I gave her," she said, "to HuJo talk. "Don't you want to employ Of two colts similar in disposition by Insects of all kinds is very great, Billy me?" Moses. was up here this and sense, one may develop into a as every one knows, but Prof. Sted-ma- ernoon to .see He you want him to aft "I do not," emphatically said the if desteady and valuable family horse, says that the damage to truck liver any more dead mice, and to col- - man to whom she was talking. "I've whilethe other may be . everything crops by insects every year exceeds lect for those he has already fur-th- e already had lesson No. 1 and now that is vicious, treacherous and unplease point out which one of those damage to fruit crops. And yet aished. He says his safe all because of the difference in how few gardeners take steps to pro overrun with them, father's shop is fellows is your Harry!" Chicago and I thought he the men handling them. Daily News. tect their ci ops. might find Hypatia useful." Common Fault. Accommodating Death Rate. "Dashleigh thinks his dancing is the Bacon Norway is the only Europoetry of motion." A Dreadful Wound. Work Will boon Start. "It has one characteristic in com- pean country, I understand, to enjoy a lower death rate than England. mon with some alleged poetry." trom a knife, gun, tin can, rusty nail, after you tpke Dr. King's New Life Egbert Yes, they say Norway's "What is that?" fireworks, or of any other nature, de- Pills, and you'll quickly enjoy their "It seems to stumble along with death rate Is low enough to bo within the reach of all. mands prompt treatment with Bucklen,s fine results. Constipation and indiges- uncertain feet." 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