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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 5, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912070501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 5, 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 CENTRAJL RECORD PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 5, 1912, of DanMaking Many Warm Friends. meeting Judge Jtre A. Sullivan has passed take imthrough Lancaster several times of late meetings going to and fro from his home in Madi son county to the remote counties of The Joint Institute will be held in the district. He never fails to stop if Harrodsburg beginning July 22. All for only an hour or two to see his Lanteachers holding certificates in Garrard caster friends, of whom there are many. County must attend Institute or their Judge Sullivan feels more and more encouraged as he gets over the district certificate will be revoked. and get acquainted with the people, Drinking Cup. and is very sanguine of success in his The Record carries in stock a full congressional race. Judge Sullivan, line of drinking cups and can supply naturally a man of charming personaliyour demands on short notice. Any ty, a fluent and brilliant conversationaladvertising matter you may desire ist, a logical reasoner, it is but reasonprinted on them at $2.50 per thousand. able that people should be drawn to him, and that sensible reasoning peoBox Supper ple after hearing.his argument should There will be a box supper at Fair fall in with his way of thinking. View church, the Saturday night pro3000 MAJORITY. ceeding the second Sunday in this month, which is the 13th, for the bene- Hon. Jere A. Sullivan Will Get A Rousing fit of the Sunday School. Everybody is So delighted are the people ville with their Chautauqua held last week that they will mediate steps to hold these annually in the future. NUMBER 13. VOTING IN CONTEST Not So Brisk As Usual And Sone One Is Liable To Be Left In SIS IBfrmgfrBlEiirrlllirMirt NNNF WHJMK?TKwftff.V?'ws'- - v Tk Lurch Unless They Get Busy Seon. status of the contestants remains unchanged, but there is a perceptible The DEEDING BINDERS, MOW- falling off in the number of votes being cast, and we fear that some of the contestants are resting on their oars, or else are depending upon their friends to pull them through. Eternal vigilance and attention to their interests will mark the winner in these contests, and if the game is worth the candle, the young ladies had better take on new energy and see if they cannot regain some of their lost ground. The standing at the last count was as follows: LANCASTER DISTRICT. Mary Eliza Holtzclow 276,542 Mae Powell 254,714 ERS,! HAY RAKES 11 cordially invited. ' Majority in Madison County. t Mr. Robinson No Better. NNF v v - - , .,A,;- - - i Mr. James Robinson of the Hubble section, the aged father of County Attorney Joseph E. Robinson, whose illness has been heretofore noted in the Record, remains critically ill and his many friends will grieve to hear shows no signs of improvement. Bids To Be Opened. &&Ph '' ?"? '("? i V vi t Bids will be opened Saturday, July 6 for the new consolidated and County High School at Paint Lick. This school is composed of three subdistricts and has a census enrollment of about two hundred and twenty five beside the High School Department, which, is very promising. Good Show. Phftto copyright by American Press Association. - .. W00DR0W WILSON. Wilson And Marshall. is. Gov. Woodrow Wilson of New Jersey was selected as the democratic The nomination was made on . standard bearer by the Baltimore convention. Tuesday afternoon on the forty sixth ballot. The break came in the long dead lock at noon Tuesday when Illinois changed her vote from Clark to Wilson, this was the signal and other states hastened to gather about the Wilson standard, then came the withdrawal of the names of first Underwood then Foss, and the Btampede was on in earnest and did not end until 990 of the 1088 votes in the convention had been cast for the nominee, Woodrow Wilson. Gov. Thomas R. Marshall of Indiana was chosen as Gov. Wilson's running mate, his selection coming on the third ballot Wednesday morning over Gov. John E. Burke of The Demorest Comedy Company is playing a series of good shows this week in their immense tent on the base A large and enthusiastic ball lot. crowd greets them every night and seem to appreciate their efforts. This is Mr. Demorests second appearance here and his clean, interesting plays are always welcome to our city. No Relief In Sight. Hon. Jere Sullivan has always been loyal to Madison county and if chosen as the congressman for the district he will be loyal to every county. He will have back of him a record of something accomplished. No Democrat in the State has been more loyal to the party and last year when a report, started at Stanford came very nearly wrecking the party, he exerted his best energies in restoring harmony. In the light of such facts, should a Stanford man be honored over him this year? Are the Democrats willing to forget so soon, such patriotic and unselfish devotion to party principles. Old Madison proposes to do her share on election day and the leaders are predicting that Sullivan will not poll a majority of more than 2500, with a possibility of 3,000. Madison is going to give her favorite son a majority that will be difficult to overcome, for locally we owe him a debt of gratitude and as Democrats we are bound to him for his loyalty in the past and his liberality both in time and money. Climax. Indications For A Kate Ham Katie Mae Dickerson Alline Thomas Jennie Cox OraPrather Sallie Anderson Lillie Croucher Lillian Estes Beulah Mae Beazley 217,203 188,423 - 86,748 .56,715 36,228 31,759 27,010 26,692 22,500 AND TWINJ. draught, A Deering Binder is the lightest last longest and is easy to operate. BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. Mary Ellen Farley 256,875 Osa Coulter 252,650 Lucy Campbell JjlossaMay Teater Mary Belle Halcomb Rella Ruble Flora Ruble Blanche Stone Ethel Onstott Ophelia Montgomery Clodie Speaks Sallie Ham Maggie. Norris Ollie Crawford Annie Osborne Nancy Lee Johnson Lillian Garner Mrs. Dave Newland Mamie Holman Mrs. Dove Garner Susie Butt : 221,250 198,600 181,650 173,350 148,900 148,325 133,100 120,800 120,065 119,025 116.525 114,025 111,500 1,200 i Give Us Your Order Now. : 1 HASELDEN ! BROS. 'fflr?aBITHJr?HJarTHJai7HJBfTaBnHJB:OTHJHlrHJMrTHJBrTHJH17tUHI Ja If You WANT a Good STRONG Prosperous Year. CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. 388,408 379,572 320,433 304,660 266,828 208,456 157,293 118.347 51.677 51,032 ,38,314 14,890 $ ft U- v We had thought that the busy farmer would with the nomination of the presidential candidates be free from the persuasive politician, but such is not to be, the primary in August is now upon them and by the time it is over the 'big race" which is so be pulled off in November will be at white heat, and North Dakota. he may expect no rest until along toTired and worn from a session lasting from Tuesday of last week until ward Xmas 1;58 a. m. Wednesday, when the convention adjourned sine die, the weary deleCol. Sam Miller Here. gates took their various ways homeward, fully satisfied that they had nominat would witness a splened the very strongest possible ticket and that November Col. W. S. Miller was called here by did democratic victory. the sad news of "the death of his sister Mrs. Wherritt He expected to return to Knoxville immediately following the funeral, but he is here so seldom, that his host of friends would not hear to his leaving so soon, and he remained a couple of days talking over old times. Mr. Miller has a prosperous real estate business in the thriving east Tennessee city 533Sf33CS33eS - McCOEMAC-- K Prospering Some. A representative of the Herald was in Lancaster Monday and met Mr. Luther Herron, a former night policeman here. Mr Herron's friends at this place will be glad to know that he is prospering greatly and is very popular in his Garrard county home. He is Chief of Police, Superintendent of the Water Works, Tax Collector and Chief of the Fire Department, and has just purchased a 54,000 residence and a Harrodsburg $1,200 automobile. Hutchings. L. BINDERS j Mowers, Hay Rakes p A citizen of the rural district was heard to remark "they had better let this president business alone, every-thih- g is selling high," and we are inclined to his way of thinking if the "president business" is going to effect our commodities or their price. Verily everything IS high, corn from $4.50 to $5.50 per barrel, wheat$l., hay $20. and everything else in proportion, the farmer who produces these articles surely has no room to complain. And in addition to the prevailing prices,Gar-rar- d county has the best crop prospects seen in years. The crop of blue grass was never surpassed, and the same is the casa with clover hay, while timothy meadows bid fair to bring a bumper crop, rye, which early in. the season was thought to be a failure, has turned out over the average crop, wheat while the acreage is below the average and the yield not as good as in the last few years, is of the very best quality and will all class out as No 2 and command the best market price. Corn never looked better, and tobacco of which there is the largest acreage set in the county in several years, got off with a good start, is growing nicely and bids fair to be of splendid quality. Of course in so far as corn and tobacco is concerned, it is but yet a matter of speculation, but if we are blessed with the same seasonable weather which we have heeu experienceing, the yield and auantity will surely be all that could be Wherritt Mary Jane Wherritt passed peacefully to rest about eight o'clock on last Sunday morning. Mrs. Wherritt had been ill for some time of the infirmities incident to old age. and while she was intermittently able to be up and around, yet her death did not come as a surprise. Mrs. Wherritt was 79 years of age on the 22d day of June, at which time she was the recipient of many tokens of esteem from her host of friends. She was the widow of the late William H. Wherritt, to whom she Mrs. Eva Fletch Ida Lee Campbell Cecil Garner Mahala Howard Hattie Bogie Bertha Rogers Bessie Reynolds Nell Davis Mrs Gibbs Ceavalescent. MOWER OR 2,602 Mrs S. L. Gibbs has returned from Lexington where she has been for some time under the care of a physician, and her many friends will be glad to know she shows a marked improvement. We Hope For Victory. Hay Rake SEE The Courier Journal in a long editorial gives vent to the personal malice of "Marse Henri" against William Jennings Bryan. Keen disappointment is also evidenced at the victory won by Gov. Woodrow Wilson, and grave doubts are expressed as to the final out come in November. However, the J C-- expresses its approval of the platform and its intention to support the nominee. W. Sisal J. ROMANS Let all good democrats hope and pray that the thinly veiled doubt may not prove to be a certainty, and that Gov. Wilson will win a grand and glorious victory in November, notwithstanding Get Our Prices on the BEST the doubts of the C-- J to the contrary. And we believe he will. The Fair. Brown Cultivators, Owens- boro Wagons. Sechlers and Post Buggies, Majestic Ranges, Jewel Stoves, Perfection Oil Stoves, Poultry Netting, Wire Screening, Screen Door, Window Screens, Binder Twine. Mr. James H. Hutchings died at his home in Danville last Thursday afternoon after a short illness. Mr. Hutchings was well known in Lancaster and Garrard county, having for many years been in the Internal Revenue service and was frequeutly located at the Miller distillery. He formerly resided near Crab Orchard and married a daughter of the late George W. Evans of that section, who survives him, together with one son Harold Hutchings was married on November I, 1855, beof Danville ing before her marriage Miss Mary jane Miller. Sigu .Your Name. You Must For nearly sixty years this splendid old The K. of P lodge which is promoting the 1912 Fair has incorporated under the name of "Garrard County K of P Fair Association", and has elected the following officers:- - President, James A. Beazley. Vice Presidents W. L. Carman, J. M. Acton, Hogan Ballard, J. B. Kinnaird, W. M. Elliott and H. T. Logan, Treasurer, J. W. Elmore, Secretary, R. L. Elkin and the following directors:- - J. R. Haselden, R. H. Tomlinson, Noah Marsee, Cleve Bourne J. W. Sweeney, W. S. Carrier and W. F. Champ. The personnel of the association includes some splendid material, men Who are willing to work earnestly for the success of the meeting, and while the time is short in which to make the For $1.50 Per Ballon We will sell you the Best Paint made and GURANTE of it. Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Cistern Pumps, Filters, Pump Repairs. We can save you money on the It is a well established rule with all newspapers to publish nothing whatever in the way of a communication unless it is signed, not "a friend," or "a reader," but your own name. The name is not for publication, but in order that the authenticity of the article may be known. The Rrcord is receiving a good many unsigned articles of late which invariably find their way to the waste basket. We are glad to publish your comings and goings and all of interest, but it must positively be signed. Candidates Draw For Positions. couple walked life's pathway, together sharing its joys and sorrows, and death only seperated them by a few short every drop C& weeks.Mr. Wherritt having passed away on the 22 day of May. They were a dear old couple, exemplifying in their daily life the happiness of their declining years, they held the love and esteem of the entire community of which they had so long been members. Mrs. Wherritt is survived by three children, Mrs. William A. Bogle and Mrs. William A. Berkele and Mr. William C. Wherritt of New Orleans La., and by two sisters Mrs. Thomas Wherritt and, Miss Bettie Miller of this place and Mr. W. S. Miller of Knoxville Tenn. To these sisters and brother who survive her Mrs. Wherritt took the place of a mother rather than a sister, she being consid erably their elder, virtually raised them After funeral services by her pastor, Rev. C. C. Brown, at the grave at 4 o'clock Monday afternoon, her remains were placed at rqst beside those of her husband, upon whose grave the grass has not yet had time to grow. The tender love and sympathy of the entire community goes out to the relatives of this good christian woman, and especially to the children, who twice ii such a short length of time have been called this long distance by the death above, call and let us prove to you that we have the best place in town to get a bargain. V CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. &3m3&e&&&m&3 At Frankfort last Thursday the candidates who are to be voted for at the primary election to be held in August, "drew" for their respective positions on the ballots. In the congressional race Mr. Helm drew first and Mr. Sullivan second place, aud in the race for Commonwealth's Attorney Mr. Pur-yewas allotted the initial position with Mr. Burch second place. It is our opinion that the relative position of a candidates name upon the ballot will not cut very much ice as the intelligent voter will know for whom he desires tc cast bis ballot and will look up the name of his candidate, while those who are not capable of doing this will be of a parent, shown by the election officers. ar necessary preparations, yet with energetic work upon the part of these hustling officials will insure one of the best meetings, ever held in the county. The catalogue will be out this week and will vary somewhat from the usual run of fair catalogues, in that it wilt contain no advertising matter; however, this fact will not detract from the premium list in any way. and the list and number of premiums offered will be up to, if not excelling the usual liberal list of preiums offered by Garrard county meetings, and will. also contain many new rings, including rings for Garrard county stock exclusively. This feature will be very gratifying to many of our our people who have complained in the past of the fact that they were compelled to compete with the world at large for premiums. The fact that these features ra to be padded to the premium liat does not mean a reduction of the Hat of premiums for which people from oueaide counties are free to compete, there will be just as many and just as liberal premiums offered as in the past, and the county premiums are added features. . RK ) McRoberts Son. ggMi!xxixsiii Wire Drawn Tungsten ELEGTMG LAMPS. FORTY Candle Power. mPi Very brilliant strong and lasting. Used two years in our' store. Still in use, giving a perfect clear white light Price reduced. Once tried, always used. Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong light STORMES DRUG SHORE ! The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky, as Second-Clas- s Mall Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League." Lancaster, Ky., July 5, 1912. Rates, For Political Announcements For or For For For For Precinct and City Offices County Offices State and District Offices Calls, per line Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line $ 5.00 10.00 15.00 10 10 10 Obituaries, per line 05 Unselfish, strong, brave, unselfish because he was championing the cause of the great common people, advocating that pure type of democracy which he has ever been found championing, strong because he has mastered !to the minutest- - detail the plans which he sought to have carried out or to prevent being carried out as against the cause. he represented and brave because he had the eourage'of his convictions, William Jenning Bryan was easily the central figure of the Democratic Nati onal Convention. With no thought save the welfare of the progressive brand of democracy which he. represented, Mr. Bryan from start to finish was easily the dominant figure among the thousands of delegates assembled, and right nobly did he perform his self imposed duties. Fearless as a lion, without fear or favor, thinking not of the man but the cause he represented, he sought but to have the nomination to go to one who was free from the Wall street yoke, one who was not at the beck and call Officers For August Primary. For Sale. One good rubber tire buggy, Pd- - Kentucky Fair Dates. Officers .for the State primary ""in August will be selected this year by the present election commissioners, who were appointed last year. The hiw specifies that election commission ers in the counties shall be appointed in August of each year, so that the commissioners appointed this year, in August, will not have the naming of primary election officers. The election officers are appointed to serve for one election only, and a different set of officers will be nameo" for the primary and for the general election. The county commissioners who are now serving will name the officers for 'this primary, ana tne new commissioners appointed in August will select officers for the November election. -- cheap. Earl Farra. Meeting Of Womans dub. There was a meeting of the Womans Club Wednesday afternoon in 'the Sunday School room of the Christian church The chairman of each committee submitted to the club', their programs for the followerihg year. Much enthusiasm was shown, and the presence of 4so new members was especially gratifying and brought the club house in sight. Spring Lambs. Madisonville, July Mt. Sterling July 164 23- days. B. F. HUDSON, President. -5 Frankfort, July 23- -4 days. days. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. ORGANIZED iSSj. Lancaster July 1- 23-- Georgetown, July 30 5days. Harrodsburg, July 304 days. Henderson, July 304 days. Berea, August -3 days. Taylorsville, August 6- -4 days. Uniontown, August days. 3 days. e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. RlGNEY, many Winchester, August 74 days. Danville, August days. t Mt. Vernon, Ausust days. Versailles, August days. Lexington Bluegrass Fair, August 12- 65 73 73 73 SURPLUS $35,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Ass't Cash'r. Business Solicited. J. S. Prompt Attention. Graduated With Honors. The Garrard county stock- - buyers are delivering their purchase of lambs to the Cincinnati market and are realizing from $8.50 to $9.50 for them. Most of -6 days. combination, the representatives of big business, who sought to bind OF LANCASTER. For Congress. their collar about the throat of demo But they reckoned without We are authorized to announce Jack cracy. Lhmn a candidate for Congress in the their host, Bryan was their to thwart eighth district, subject to the action of their wishes, and right nobly did he A. R. DENNY, President not. the Democratic Primary to be held perform the task. The great CommonJ. E. STORM ES, Vice Pres't. er may have incurred the enmity of August, 3rd, 1912. Tongue. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. some of the candidates and delegates, We are authorized to announce Hon. but that enmity, when they r. Lancaster friends on Wednesday reR. T. Embry, J. F. ROBINSON, Ass't Cashier. have time J. A. Sullivan a candidate for Congress for calm sober thought, when they conceived the sad intelligence of the death in the eighth district, subject to the sider that he had in Springfield Ky. of Mrs. Ernest nothing to gain peraction of the Democratic Primary to be sonally from the Tongue, which occurred at 3 o'clock battle he was waging, held August 3rd, 1912. Monday afternoon. Her remains were that he was but battling in the interest WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. taken to Campbellsville, her old home, We arc authorized to announce Har- of democracy, will turn to thanksgivwhere the interment took place on Wed Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. vey Helm as a candidate for Congress ing, and he will see a solidly united nesday. Mrs. Tongue will be rememdemocracy, ready and willing to give L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Stormes, S. C. in the eighth district, subject to the J. bered in Lancaster as Miss Olive action of the Democratic Primary to be battle to the common enemy, and when Useful Information For School Teachers a former popular employe of the ides of November roll round, to held August 3rd 1912. the Record office. She was married carry out the slogan: -- "Win with Truslees And Pupils. less than a year since to Mr. Ernest For Commonwealth Attorney. clays. Incident to the opening of the rural Tongue, a popular young business man We are authorized to announce Emmet Monticello, September days. After all the storm and controversy schools on Monday next, the following of Springfield. Puryear as a candidate for Common Kentucky State Fair, Sept. 9- -6 days information and rules furnished us by Mrs. Tongue is well remembered by a wealth's attorney, subject to the action at Baltimore the result of the conven- the County Superintendent will not Melbourne, Sept, 175 days. host of friends, including the entire tion we believe pleases every democrat. of the Democratic party. Ilorfae Cave, Sept, 184 days. The platform is Democratic from alpha come amiss to trustees, teachers and Record force, who were very fond of 'k -i Morgantown, September 19- -3 days. pupils her because of her many splendid qualThe Record Is authorized to announce to omega. It is a of the Falmouth, Sept, 214 days. f The new law says, "The ities, and who all extend their sincer-es- t W. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candi- parties principles as set out in the last Glasgow. Sept, 25- -4 days. trus'tee has no authority in regard to sympathy to the bereaved husband date for the nomination for Commo- four National conventions with uch Adairville, Sept. 263 days. nwealth's Attorney, subject to the changes and additions as required by any regulations of the school in his and family. Bowling Green, Ky, October 2- -4 hi further than to report its Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. U-Vthe advance in times. Governor Wiloml days. needs to the Division Board. He has are as good as rev, and have Look for the Light. son and Governor Marshall are both - Learn to look for the licht. Posi Murray, Oct. 2- -4 days. never needed repairs For County Judge. never M successful executives and are demo- no right to dismiss a school and then tively Elkton, Oct, 3- -3 days. refuse to harbor shadows and need attention cf any kind, exWe are authorized to announce Clay- crats with out blot or blemish. They allow the teacher to count the time as blots, and the deformed, the disfig Mayfield, October 9- -4 days. cept an occasional coat cf paint. ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- were the choice of a large majority of taught on account of a contagious ured, tho discordant. Hold to those disease or on account of any other things ty Judge of Garrard County subject to the convention for president and that give pleasure, that are the action of the democratic party. Storm-prooThe candidates are in har- fact. Neither does he have a right to helpful and inspiring, and you will Fire-arooLigHtxiing-proo- f ? f mony with the principles as set out in fix a day when the school shall shall change your whole way of looking at T . .I .1 r e . .1 i We are authorized to announce t ,l old. things, will transform your character ion i Duy mat rocr icr i.ie nsv building, or the platfarm. A large majority of the begin." James A. Beazley as a candidate for until you have examined the Ccrlright Metal Shingles, All teachers must have a copy of the In a very short time. Orison Swett COLLEGE progressive republicans have been anxCounty Judge of Garrard county, subious to see the Democratic party take school census on or before the first day Marden. ject to the action of the Democratic MILLERSBURG, KENTUCKY. Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., the action that has been done. There of school, and at the end of the first Philadelphia. party. week shall report to the trustee the is now no need for a third party. An Attractive Home School For Girls. ASK MR. BROWN Friends of Theodore Roosevelt who children who are absent. For Sheriff. Pupils are surrounded with an atmosAll schools must be graded according Here's Some Important News For Men We are authorized to announce C. A. feel aggrieved at the result of Taftism to the course phere of culture, wholesome fellowship of Study prepared by the Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of and the Chicago convention can find in State Rural Supervisor, T. Who Are Growing Bald. and safe religious environment. New J. Coates. Garrard County, subject to the action tne Democratic Party and its candi- Copies of this course buildings combining all conveniences. of study has People who have taken our word for dates what they were seeking in the of the Democratic party. trustee it that PARISIAN SAGE is the real Health record unsurpassed. Academic Roosevelt move. We believe that this been sent to each Music We .are authorized to announce ticket will carry the party to victory with new Recoid Books. Any teacher hair grower, beaulifier and dandruff and College Entrance courses. who does not receive one will please cure have never been disappointed. Department under a skilled artist train Ashby Arnold as a candidate forsheriff in November. We rejoice with a ed in Germany. Lecture and concert I. H. S. Christopher, as administrator ; the door and good spring house rigtot i of Garrard county, subject to the acof thin community in the make the fact known to the Superin- Here's the word of a person who took course. Domestic Science. Expenses of Wm. Christopher, deceased, will on the yard; never failing stream of witter tendant. Each school will be furnished our word. tion of the democratic party. platform and the nominees and with for board, tuition, etc lower than any j for stock. with a sanitary water cooler and pupils many dissatisfied republicans hope for "I have been using PARISIAN SAGE ' We are authorized to announce W. an At the same time and ptace I will will furnish the individual cups, as per about a year. When I began to use it other school of like grade. Send for overwhelming victory at the polls L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard catalog. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. sell all the personal nronertv cpttiMr the recent act of the Legislature rela- I had only a light "fuzz" on my head in November. Beginning at 1 o'clock p. m. county, subject to the action of the of 2 good work Horses, 2 Sows awl Pig Millersburg, Ky. tive to drinking cups. Now I have a go d thick growth, and it democratic party. Sell to the highest bidder the farm of farming implements, etc. good twa is growing thicker and longer right There seems every year to be more Wm. Christopher, deceased, contain- horse wagon and good hay frame, way- To Keep Milk Sweet. along. Many people don't believe it and more of a growing tendency towFor Assessor. ing 93A acres, located at Buena Vista. on and plow gear, househokl and kitchard a "safe and sane Fourth", and During the heated season it is quite a can be done, but I know from my own We are authorized to announce Dave Garrard County, Ky., on the Burgin en furniture and one good piano. yesterday was the safest and sanest we problem to keep milk sweet and pure, experience with PARISIAN SAGE C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor and Dix River turnpike, right at the Any one desiring to look at the farm have ever noted, there being a marked especially is this the case in the conntry that it can; I recommend it in the fulPostofiice and in sight of three church- - before day of sale, can call on mo at of Garrard county subject to the ac- - reduction in the list of casualties re- where ice is not as readily accessible as lest confidence. Gainse Brown, 708 os and a good school. This farm is I premises and I will be glad to skew tion of the democratic party. sulting from the discharge of toy pis- in town. The following extract from a North Filmore St., Maryville, Mo. jucaieu in uie oesc agricultural uistnct same. The above statement was made to Dr We are authorized to announce Mr. tols and cannon crackers in the celebra- bulletin recently issued from the Kenin the county, and is in a good state of Remember tl at this property MUST C. D. Koch of the Koch Pharmacy, E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- tion of that ''great and glorious event". tucky Experimental Station will if folcultivation; well adapted to grow good be sold to wind up the estate of said tie Maryville, Mo., April 29, 1811. Large nation of Assessor of Garrard County, And why should we not have a safe lowed, prove of inestimable value to tobacco, hemp corn and wheat. Every ceased. subject to the action of the democratic and sane Fourth, surely the event the housewives in the preservation of bottle 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts" & acre can be cultivated. The imnrove- - Terms made known on dav of sale. which we celebrate on that date the their milk and will also have a tendency Son and druggists everywhere. It is party. mfnfr pnncict nf n rrrnA on..n .AAM Incorporated. disenthrallment from the British yoke, to decrease the number of germs which guaranteed. H. 0. CHRISTOPHER, ronnlr! frame dwelling house, in We are authorized to announce J. B. was a solomn affair, those grand old almost of a necessity find a resting DRY RIDGE, KENTUCKY. with all necessary out buildings which Collier as a candidate for the nomina- men surrounding Administrator of Wm Christopher. Widowed on Wedding Day. that table and attend- place in the milk crocks: tion for assessor of Garrard county, ing to the reading T. Scott. Auct. To have been bachelor, married Situated between Cincinnati. O., and are all good. A JNo. 1 good cistern at of and the signing "Good sweet milk depends on tyvo subject to the action of the democratic of the Declaration of Independence items, cleanliness and a cold tempera- man and widower all in the space of Lexington,Ky.t on the Cincinnati South Party. . were surely a solemn lot. the event ture. To secure these he following twelve hours was the unique but ern Railroad. tragic experience of a young man In One of tho greatest waters that has We are authorized to announce W. was not attended by the discharge of rules should be observed. Belfast, Ireland, recently. Married in ever been discovered, in fact it has no L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- fire arms or any unseemly noise. Have the cow's udder clean before Christ church at noon, the bridegroom or of Garrard county subject to the rrobably after all was over a few of milking. A clean damp cloth can be at midnight became a nlower, for equal in the whole world as far as the more exuberant spirits gave vent used for this purpose and can be canied at that hour the bride died of an Chemical Analysis can tell. We have action of the Democratic party. Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair to their joy by bonfires and other like in the pocket of the milker. Only never failed to give relief to every case a acute attack of appendicitis. of Rheumatism, Brights Disease, Kid- anu restore the color to gray or faded hair? For School Superintendant. demonstration, and the country at few seconds are required to wipe the There are many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it is ney, Liver, Bladder or Stomach trouble. large took their inspiration from that udder off immediately before beginning Escaped Wiah His Life. We are authorized to announce Miss part of the program, more than from to milk the cow. In our experience the All you have to do is drink the water, probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their Jennie Higgins as a candidate for more serious part, and ever since simble expedient has worked wonders. "Twenty, one year ago I faced an aw- we also give baths in the same kind of manufacturers. School Superintendant for Garrard the Young America has proceeded to celeThee are many Hair Restorers which are nothing more than Be careful not to allow hairs, dust or ful death," writes, H. B. Martin, Port water. Write for booklet. county, subject to the action of the Harrelson, S. C. "Doctors said I had harmful chemical dyes, which do not grow any hair, the only result being that brate the occasion by raising hades to dirt to fall into the milk. They are Democratic party. Kentucky Carlsbad Springs Hotel Co. tney ayeu tne hair, having no permanency and often causing a streaky appear the imminent peril of their life and laden with germs. Germs cause the consumption and the dreadful cough I had looked looked like it, sure enough. ance. limbs. Dry Ridge, Kentucky. milk to sour. The greater the number For Jailer. It has been the aim of the chemists for years to discover a preparation of germs the quicker the souring will I tried evarything I could hear of, for We are authorized to announce Jack Big Ollie, James-cleawhich would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, but headed, broard occur. A pail with a small opening will my cough, and was under the treatAdams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar minded and yet as 'firm as the Rock of ment of the best doctor in Georgetown heretofore they have met with no success. be very helpful in keeping-ou- t dust and S. C for a year, rard county, subject to the action of Gibraltar, has proven the idol of Ken- other dirt. but could get no reProf. Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless vegthe Democratic party. tucky, if not of the entire south. Seetable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer and will grow hair and Use the milk pail for no other pur lief, A friend advised me to try Dr. King's New Discovery, I did so, and does not contain any dye of any kind, but will postively restore the natural colWe are authorized to announce Dave lected as the permanent chairman of pose than for milking. Some dairythe Baltimore convention, he wielded men use it for watering the horses and was completely curad. I feel that I or and briljiatcy to gray and faded hair. Ross as a candidate for Jailer of owe my life to this great throat and This is a very strong statement to make and if any chemist without the subject to the action of the gavel in a manner which reflected slopping the hogs, and then wonder lung cure." Its positively guaranteed recognized ability and national reputation of Prof. Rembler were to make this credit both upon himself "and upon the why the milk sours. the Democratic party. state which is so proud of him. It Cool the milk immediately by running for coughs, colds, aud all bronchial afclaim we would be inclined to be skeptical as to its truth. It will be rememwould at many times taken but little to It over a milk cooier, one of these can fections. 50c & $1.00 Trial bottle free bered by readers that are familiar with scientific discoveries that Proi. RemFor Magistrate. have started a boom for the big Senator-- be bought for 5 to $7, or by immersing at R. E. McRoberts & pon. bler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding class and also th Tum lm of17ie World bler We. are authorizea to announce elect for the presidency, and had it in cold spring or well water. The aniwireless pictures consideration Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler is entitled to John N. White as a candidate for started many states were prepared to mal heat must be removed before placas he would not make any statements which were not true and Substitute for Rubber. IKSTEAD Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- rally around his standard, Ollie James ing in cans or bottled for delivery or One of the many proposed gabsti-tute- s would injure his established reputation. OF TYPE S7- for rubber is obtained from the rard county, subject to the action of is easily recognizable as presidential shipment. If necessary to hold the The Siloron Mfg, Co. of Pueblo, Colo, have purchased the exclusive timber, and not many more years will night's milk for shipment the next soya or Manchurian bean, and is being the democratic party. American rights to manufacture Sagine, as they have named Prof Rembler's sembles the kidney bean, and Is being pass over his head before a boom will morning it should be held at a low teminvention, after having made a six month's test of Sagine and thoroughly deIntroduced from Japan and the East We are authorized to announce be started for him in earnest and one perature. Cold springs or well water Indies into monstrating that it would postively do the work. The Siloron Mfg. Co. have other countries. A rubWaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- too mat win result in his nomination in a wooden authorized us to make the following remarkable offer to all who need a "Genor metal tank of proper ber like product that can be vulcanistrate in the first district of Garrard and election. size to hold shipping cans may be used ized is obtained by treating tho bean The World's Best Each Month uine Hair Restorer." County, subject to the action of the They will send a written agreement with every bottle of Sagine, for this purpose. If running spring with nitric acid, alkalies and ereat Cartoons from dailies and weeklies published in this country, London. Dublin, Paris. Berlin. to the democratic partv. water is at hand, "this will.serve admir- heat. Kill More Than Wild Beasts. iiuiiil.ii, vicuna, arsaw, cuaapest, tit. Peters- effect that if one bottle of Sagine conscientiously used according to the direcburg. Amsterdam. Stuttgart. Turin. Rome. Lisbon, ably. In some cases the milk or cream We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n guncn, Tokio. Shanghai. Sydney, Canada, and tions does not give entire satisfaction to the purchaser; if Sagine does not acThe number of people killed yearly may be lowered South America, and all the great cities of the tually grow hair nd restore into a cistern and kept the color to gray or faded hair, remove dandruff H. Estes as a candidate for world. Only the 200 best out of 9,000 cartoons by wild beasts don't approach the vast Spend Your Vacation At The each month, are selected. cool until time for shipment. If care anu maKe me nair neauny ana glossy, that they will pay the sum in the first district of Garrard of 5 to any number killed by disease germs. No .is exercised, milk can be A Picture History of World's Events Each Month dissatisfied purchaser. kept swe et county, subject to the action of the Famous lifers safe from their attacks. The'yre without ice, but a supply of ice is CAMPAIGN CARTOONS Followthe This is the strongest offer ever made by any manufacturer democratic party. very campaign in Cartoons" and watch the opposand one they in air, water: dust, even food. But could not possible make if they did not know positively from desirable. ing parties caricature each other. experiment that it We are authorized to announce grand protection is afforded by ElecYEARLY SUBSCRIPTION S1.SOJ SINGLE COPY 15a would do exactly Another important point. Wash air what they claim for it. No one takes any chance in buying One free saniDle conv will h mntii. K. 4.i..t.... .1... ....u Charles C. Becker as a candidate for tric Bitters, which destroy and expel vessels carefully. Examine frequently Sagine as it is certainly worth $1 to use a Genuine Hair I Restorer that will grow Magistrate in the second district of these deadly disease germs from the in the angles to see that no accumula- Seven varieties of ,ve sausiacllon "ley will pay you the $5 as agreed. wwn ObTKMkCn Sa Snlnhnr , f!rnh fWVinrd Mnoi'o . system. That's why chills, fever and i r.. .61lli,io, Garrard county, subject to the action Send a $1 bill to mV Siloron Mfg. Co. Pueblo, Colo., stating tion of yellow slimy casein material col- etc. Electric'Lights, Swimming The Pool, ague, all malarial and many blood that you wish to of the democratic party. purchase a bottle of Sagine with the written agreement to grow lects, as this will certainly cause rapid Ice Plant and all other improvements. diseases yield promptly to this wonder hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair or pay you the sum of $5 and' We are authorized to announce Tay- ful.flood purifier. Try them, and enjoy souring. After washing scald all ves- Rates $2. per day; $8., it will be $10. and $12. sent-tyou by express in plain wrapper. lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- the glorious, health and new 'strength sels with boiling water and place in The Siloron Mfg. Co. is incorporated under the Laws of the State of Colistrate in the second district of Gar- they'll give you. Money .back, if not pure fresh air until ready for use. If per week. Rates by month according Children under 12 and orado and refer you to the mercantile agencies or any Pueblo rard county,1 subject to the' action of satisfied. Only 20a at R. E. MnRnhprf exposed to the sun, so 'much better, as to location. banks as to their sunlight is the best perm killer nnrt nurses, half price. ability to fulfill any agreement they make. For reservation the democratic party. ,& Son. purifier. write J. B. WILLIS, Sec Crab Orchard THE SILORON MF'G CO., Pueblo, Colo. ANNOUNCEMENTS of the great Dan Collier Elkin is back from Philip's Andover School, Andover Mass, where he graduated with the honors of his class, and this is no mean distinction when you take into consideration the facts that there are young men from all over the country in that class, each one striving to secure - the honors, as they nearly to a man" will enter Yale, and the honors in this school will afford them" much prestige when they go high er up. During the vacation season Dan will be connected with the Record force, and we hope that the gentle influence under which he will come will prove beneficial to him. He has already had some experience in newspaper work, having been editor of the college paper at Andover, but at that, there is probably some few things that can and will be taught him in the Record office. these iambs were contracted for early and were bought at from $G to $7. Hbwever the farmers should not begrudge the fact that the drovers are making a little money on lambs this year, it has been long enough since they have been able to do such a thing, and then the fact must be taken into consideration the fact that they have been buying the hogs at just about Cincinnati prices, thereby taking a chance, and coming out loser about as often as Mc-Elro- y, Fern Creek. August 134 days. Burkesville, August 13- -4 days. Leitchfield, August 13- -4 days. Vanceburg, August 144 days. Brodhead, August Hardinsburg, August 203 days. Shepherdsville, August 20- -4 days. Lawrenceburg, August 20- -4 days. Columbia, Ausust 204 days. Erlangcr, August 214 days. Stanford, August 21- -3 days. Eminence, August 224 days. Ewing, August 22- -3 days. Shelbyville, August 27- -4 days. Hodgonville, August 273 days. London, August 27- -4 days. Nicholasville, Aug 273 days. Fulton, August 27 5 days. Germantown, August 284 days. Dover, August 284 days. Springfield, August 28- -4 days. Florence, August 28- -4 days. I Franklin, August 29- -3 duys. Somerset, September days. Flizabethtbwn, Sept. 3- -3 days. Paris. Sept. days. Tompkinsville, Sept, 4- -4 days. Barboursville, Sept. 4- -3 days. Bardstown, Sept, days. Sanders, Fair, Sept 4- -4 14-3.- days. Johnson. B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker. T. M. Arnold. S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. THE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. -- Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. 44 35 Tri-Coun- ty 44 - 34 METAL ffHWTEl IOpTfSUING VAlfhJ. 1 J "- MllSl rut on :- sub-distri- ct UklW-1 T J5 --- Koois hF:--j sub-distri- ct tefiuS f I7 j&hzn vice-preside- MILLERSBURG FEMALE I rc-ro- or -- 1 i sub-distri- ct HUH HE llol IdlU! 3 vpjp yCliui unit-democra- cy Thursday, July 25th, 1912 t !l -- s 4- The k Springs A Genuine Hair Restorer. so-call- r Subscribe for Record ty, a IA gS?lT) mn mb rad 200 Oarfocns Tell More Than 200 Golumns ' Mag-strat- e, World's Crab Orchard Springs' Water-Chalybfr. ...., eate, , iiw r'SIiruS if & -- -- - - ' r --- A.' '- - issneta. - I M 1. i '-- -- . rt , 3 y ikkH iiB h H kkksiM ikkV ikkkkV HH ikkkkH kkkkflkH kkkkkH ikkkkkk ikkkkkkl IBH, ikkH ikkkkkkt g i 4 kH ( HIh H H h kkikl ih h B Hb liiiiiia NillllllH kkV H iHT ikkkV B flfi&LL 11 iLLW V I hl CONDUCTED BY K. OF P. LODGE pH H H liiiiiiiiiiiiil iiiiiiiH iiilllllH iilllllV i TIT UKI day .. JULY 24th, 25th and Special Rings Free AND 26th Dinner -- - ON ATTRACTIONS TOuimiHSiBijnirvjiiTiiaBkHii.Tiu.'iXiiiiillP SPECIAL PREMIUM - f! 'KpIU4 , ,.J.Jfc GROUNDS NEW Every DAY. A For GarrardQo Stock Exclusively SEATING CAPACITY OF A DAZZLING AMPHITHEATBH MIDWAY it Bi St DDL! AND AMPHITHEATER INCREASED. r ?s A M T' .41 FREE ATTRACTIONS. Bi I Rings. 1 1 r Harness Rings. GOOD Pony Rings. GOOD f i iRing! LIBERAL PREMIUMS. MUSIC. DINNER. ATTRACTIONS J. ft. BBflZLEY, Pres. i V GALORE. - This is the Eighth Annual Fair and will, be better than any Previous Exhibition. Premium List Out July 10th. y ti' r . ,- ,. , 'V'"'" - R. L ELKIN, Secy, A If 3 imiM SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, July 14th. 1 852EK5SS3SES3gSEESSJS22S g Bridegroom rjafegasii'a ,sfSefegf'S5r, nrMTrrrr- SH cPtrr"raTx v-t- - 'iujuiv K'Xi: ystj m ti fS:v W-S- and Bride Dressing for y 1 1 We Loan Money srnsws ii'- - i J w v i u iVC UrtW w jv i Analogy Between Man's Earthly and His Heavenly Relations. the Party ; i his bride cared nothing at all about any of the things In which he was interested, that ,she could not sympathize with SPECIAL TRAIN his aims and purposes In life, and that she preferred the company of L.VS. other people, or even her own company, to his, and wbb altogether taken ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. up with pursuits that did not seem to him worthy of pursuit could that man rejoice over his marriage? And the wife; would not she be also terribly disappointed unless she had married the man only for his money 1& TS Residence Phone without a'ny Intention of caring what JT Office Phone 31. jCS, V CTrjJe Kss'c Kceu:ncJ ) R he thought or did? And even in that case, could she hope to know any of f,1BAKf a?3ES M2LE 6 LANCASTER. KY. the deeper joys of life? Could she help giving way more and more to a T ,ajfD KORB 5I0NBY sense of dissatisfaction and disconiiSS) ft for ihe fanner parties. tent? down the fir it of a "capcy" "You say you're going to give mo Would not such a marriage be a c'.jwicn desros t'ic worms TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE cause of unhapplness to both husband one to return all this hospertallty! anil saves tli li d's Inc. A Oh, say, mother, please don't. I don't and wife? few drops in tlie i uikini; water All Members of the Bride of Christ. see what I've done that you're going CURES and to give me a party. If you only won't Well, then, how about this case? PREVENTS GAPES frr-- k The church Is the Bride of Christ do it I'll be more careful about my white diarrhoea, roup, cholera Church members if they are In fact English and I'll clean my nails and IsfSSySS. tff and other chick diseases. members of the spiritual church are scrub my teeth every morning withOne 50c Bottle of members of the Bride of Christ Yet out your reminding me. I will, honis It not evident that a very large pro- est. Why, if Bill knew I was going portion of those who consider them- to have a party he'd guy me terrible. We have moved to East Water street selves members of the Church of Makes 12 Gallons of .Icdiciiip. block East of Lexingone and rits my putjtou. Christ, and who are recognized as 'There's no use training me up for Kvcry poultry raise- should keep a bottle of by ton avenue.. All orders called for and such, prefer the company of other society, 'cause I'm going to be a gold this medicine on hand. WritL for free samj le CARPCKTCSMrtORTC? CO.' 1PANY, people to the company of Christ, and miner. Bill knows about a mine out and Hooklet on "Diseases of Fowls." AJdrcis, Phone 310. delivered. Lciiagfl, Ky. Bcstoa, r.lass u. 3. A.. BOURBGN REMEDY COMPANY. even when alone, prefer their own In Nome or Nevada that's awful rich. company to his? Is it not a fact that There's old nuggets as big as footthe majority of church members show falls and he and me I mean I and R. E. McRoberts, & Son. Sold by HASELDUN IHIOS. h. Itf. Faulkner, Vlgr. much more Interest In their own af- him are going out there as soon as fairs and in their own comforts and we're JJ.6. There was one fellow who progaasasty-grygg.yaSfTpf aHKS?! pleasures than they show in the or In went out when he was only 15 going JK2232s2eSSSKyiClK9ESB3E ress of the Kingdom of Christ on 16, and now he's a millionaire. overcoming the obstacles to Its prog"Well, anyway, if I do have to go to ress. In other words, do not profess- college first before I'm a miner, I'll ing Christians very commonly act like be a athlete. No society for me, moththe wife who takes no interest In her er, so I don't see why I can't cut out husband or in his plans or In his parties and dancing school. work, and showB no sympathy with "That brown stuff on my hands? Oh. him in regard to the things in which that's the mahogany stain Bill and me he Is moBt intensely concerned? are going to put on my model aeroCan such a condition of things be plane. I was just trying it. Ain't it a anything but a cause of grief to the swell color? Of course, it won't come j ,& sa sa VT ti celestial bridegroom? cs5Ji07 3 off easy or it wouldn't be any good, tia And can it bring any satisfying Joy Bill was coming over this afternoon J.w BWS' to the terrestrial bride? to work on the aeroplane. He'll be SF "T. How about our own lives, yours and awful sore when he finds out that you K V mine? ks ..vfc?- - r made me go to a party. Bill hasn't a?jf5t Suppose we go through life without got any mother. She died when he B jm& , learning to love the things that God was a kid a few days old. Of course, ?3 "3 loves, to desire the things that he de it was an awful sad loss to Bill, but sires, and to take a deep interest in he Is real brave about it. He says his the carrying out of his purposes father wouldn't know If he didn't take would we be able to enjoy Heaven If a bath for a month. His father bewo could get to Heaven? What would lieves in letting Bill grow up indepenwe do there? What pleasure could dent and develop his own character, we find In trying to do the very what he says. Oh, yes, Bill things that we did not want to do In that's a bath real often. I didn't say takes 3728-3- 1 W Droadway, LonisilI-2- Ky. this life? he didn't. Out of Place In Heaven. Louisville, Ky., "Oh, say, mother, do I have to wear One can imagine a fashionable them silk stockings and pumps? I White-MooMr. Charlie church member asking, as Boon as she hope Bill won't be anywhere around had entered the pearly gates: "Where when I start to the party. I don't you have done me, as well Dear Sir: want to thank you for the good are the whist tables, and which Is the care If Aunt Julia did give 'em to me. as the rest cf my family, with your God's HERB and ROOT remedy, way to the theater? Where Is the I'd rather she'd given me some ball to be given tonight?" And one leggings or a pair of ice skates. I've can faintly conceive of the Intense as got to go to see I have been troubled for about thrae years with STOMACH trouble and Aunt Julia next Sattonishment of her angel guide that urday! Say, mother, it's awful mean have tried several kinds of medicine for it, but no improvement did I reany one could take any Interest In the way my Saturdays go. Bill and such things in the presence of the me I mean I ceive until I heard of your almighty remedy, which I gave a trial. and Bill ain't that king, and of the glorious work that he could hardly eat anything and right? Well, then, us we was going began taking Before is doing. But if such pleasures as to finish the aeroplane and anonly weighed 110 pounds; now I weigh 138 pounds, more than ever weighed these are really the most enjoyable other model all by ourselves,make now and why and most desirable occupations, in my life. If I've got to go to Aunt Julia's I don't should we not expect to find them in year and now I do all my know when I'll have time for anyabout a have only been laking Heaven? And if secret prayer is an thing. housework and fes! as well as when I was 15 years old. unwelcome duty and if prayer meet"No, I haven't written to grandpa ing and hymn singing are so dull and ! would be glad to speak to anyone of the good has done yet. Of course not. With all them tiresome as most Christians seem to our family. I a!so owe SCIENCE SOPE a debt of large value. I will never think them, what would be the good parties and calls on Aunt Julia I don't of going to Heaven, where worship Is have a minute to write letters. I be without either of them in my house. I e$L MSr pi Vertex i? or guess if grandpa knew how my time more in fashion than I remain your most true and grateful FRIEND, was Bpollt he wouldn't expect me to dancing? to MRS. MARY E. JONES, that 111(1 Paul said: "All things are lawful writesays thank him for good jackknife. I. . n ,M..t,l . ..Illll MtMMII .IBi Bill It's a pretty knife and 1728 w- - Market St., Louisville, Ky. joi-TEfor me; but not all things are ex5IES, stabx e. he's going to get a man he knows to pedient. All things are lawful for Deep down in c ciy lwrnvi lvart lies n NATURAL ilcsire for N TURC'S medicines, Roots & licibs. Too long me; but I will not be brought under sharpen it for me. The man used to have the secret-- . of niturelK . n nc.'n tt. 1, too lonsj h.ive jvopl.: iie.irikil God's promises, llodern loctors think the power of any." The real ques- he his father's hired man when they ony oi "oper.iu in- - v iru j trujs, v. nue unman smieri!ij iic.iins lrotn disease increase ra)iiiiy every year. is lutmal, My, years of experience as a & among the Indians gic niea jjeculiar Health linn ilui.il. tion is not whether we may do this, kept a horse, before Bill was born, and fitne-- s &. knovlclue of tlienirs of Hoots & Hw'is as inediciut.-.- , my remedies have cured & are curing Blood that, or the other thing, but whether he's such an old friend of the family I'obou, J.ung Trouble, Kidnev, Dladdcr, Lher, Female & Skin diseases Rheumatism. Drops-- , Catarrh, Nervous & the thing we do comes between us and that he'll do It for nothing. So even Sloin iclt Trolk- Hi at. wire pronounced incurable by the best doi tors. I antto PROVE this to the world & to Christ, or not; whether It Interferes if you don't think Bill Is a sood comam one asking, 1 will uil the greatest hook of its kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOHERBALIST," with our fellowship with him and the panion for me, you can see what a abiolnlclv frte. If you are not ti.jovimj ALL the blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you service that he required of us, or not valuable friend he is. IN INSTIGATE MY CL UMS. All letters of inquirv promptly answcied. CO 1R is Ike thiwc rfmySicat TO VC, JiOD co,Hfioscd of 16 Roots Cf Hobs, makes "Oh, say, mother, I hate that sissy ? full quails ofuicdtrinc, lasts about 9 months, costs only one dolLtrCf is LEG ALL Y GUARANTEED to satisfy Foes in the Household. tie! Can't I wear my old dark blue W zs iviu J x sii.i, 7z, LH..10 i vr money ixjunucii. i..ii-i- . 10 Cr 1JU. si 111.1x0 It might be well If Christians were one? No, I ain't chewing gum. I. just 8 IV AIEDIlIXE foi the r;.-'f-. st mtch, Urct , kidneys, borccls, bladder & blood. A household remedy most to take to heart what Rev. Stephen happened to have a & e Aleut. Ak for little in my mouth, if your druggist hain't trot tl or won't get it, WILL FILL YOUR S. Wise said the other day to the ft i ORDERS POSTAGE PAID. but I wasn't chewing it. I never chew members of the Free Synagogue of & CHARLIE WHITE-MOON'SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR sine you told me not to the last New York, of which he Is rabbi: "The it HUM. I V SA'J.V ONI. Y, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. 10c orj bars 25c at all dealers. Retail, xuho time. But I've got a little on hand dignity of Jewish life is less marred ate supplied tki.i all xAwlcsalc dealcis. thought I ought to use up, so by baseless attack from without that I put I just It In my mouth once in a Z7.I32353Ea2S2SKSPESS39S5322 iisasecsuKss babthan by ceaseless while. ble within. We are In no little danger "Lemme comb my ftalr myself, today of paying more attention to mother. I can part It straight. Say, what others are saying against us you hear that? That's Bill's rgrg?aa3?cyg3 TiTTM jgKSEES&ss: than to what we are dqing for our- did whistle. Lemme go to 'the window selves. The wrong done to us is usholler down that it's all off with ually curable and may be borne with- and aeroplane work today, for I've got permanent hurt to our souls. The the go out to to a party. only Irreparable wrong which can be "Say, mother, what do you think? done to Israel Is done by Israel." Bill's all dolled up in a lot of new That Is as true of Christians as of clothes and he's going to Maybelle's Jews. The church can never suc- party himself. Wouldn't that freeze ceed while It thinks lightly of Its own you?" Chicago Daily News. mission In the world where its head has placed it Congregationallst T"p Round ggaaigB Round Tr- i- I J A BEAZLEY SUPPOSE earnest man that after getting should JUNCTION CSTY 5:35 a.m. I Funeral Director I j and Embalmer I g 9Mw m JLJilJJr wUWlUib I I f "Oh, say, mother, I don't want 'em manicured," protested the boy who was going to a party. "Shiny nails are awful sissy. Why, Bill's never had his nails polished, and he said to me Just yesterday that he'd never heard of anybody having to take a bath every day except me. I've asked every boy in this block and there ain't a single fellow who has to take a bath more'n once a week. Now I've got to take an extra one this afternoon on account of Maybelle's party! Gee! I don't want to go to her old baby doll party. "Say, mother, have I got to go? Well, I think It's mean having parties on Saturday. I wish I was lame, so I couldn't dance, and then no girl would want me to her party. I don't Bee why the girls are always having i M fw 'fM'--. y' ""- V. -- -. SjA Wlien yu want your banking business ntt end-' """suiW t--5 ed to in a perfectly satis u:5s--C Jxy only on gilt-edsccuri- ty, we pay 3 per cent on time deposits nnd are alwavs readv and will- ge -- : fr- - fc ins to )blie depositors- m factory manner try an account with this bank. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. W. O S4 iQney iEmixifnier. Lancaster, Ky. funeral Director and Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. '-- BourhonPouItryCure - ctfe d m& s Lancaster one-ha- lf Dry Cleaning Co r IITT M'W'WWf3' Quick H a OIFS HERBS & MCIOTS i Xv Cure Dlfscases, Tlae Easiest to tit on any Y . , Q'D. Clincher Rim sSj&m5$& MW vg3gw Detachable lincher Sl W- EtfettKTV. jf Is lifttef? pffovea every the Cow Boy Herbalist , i'9 Just as superior to other tires as Michelin Red Inner Tubes are to other tubes CHARLIE WHITEMOOfi IN STOCK BY n: I COM-CEL-SA- C I i C. & j, E. Sfornies. I I COM-CEL-SA- R I - I SANETY Z1 r I COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R x ' J2r Sanely Fruit Jr- - -- S- card-playin- 1 .t li jars Sanicap Tops them v I r III . .fc IB H S Afes I EXTRA WIDE MOUTH di-ea- se Cow-bo- y - Y ii.-asi- jt ttiiuo Please try this jar. It will meet your approval. Extra wide mouth and sanitary. CO.W-CLL-SA- I Ifyour grocer has none in sleek, msitf oh hit getttHtr le frr iw. c S Also, ask for Sanicap Tops for your old-styMason jars. They are cleaner and more sanitary. self-conscio- Your Grocer can get these jars through Curry, Browncc -- ? Snyder, Lexington, Ky. FOR r -- -- il ' Cass Mionery SUCH AS Visiting Cards, Announcements. Monogram Paper, Embossed Letter Heads and Envelopes... , -.- Pray Trustfully. your prayers are, you will be. What "By no means. I represented your 0 my brethren, with deep earnestness opponent." would I urge you to pray habitually, "Just so." Fllegende Blaetter. reverently, trustfully to pray to your heavenly father and never to rise The Result. from your knees until you feel that "Did the plumber I Bent you, do you rise victorious, and that you, too, your work?" have been saying to God In the heart"No; he 'did' me." felt purpose which gave might to the olden patriarch, "I will not let thee 8uceess in Constancy. go, except thou bless me." Frederick The secrecy of success Is constancy W. Farrar. D. D. to purpose. Disraeli. k Most Effective Way. "I certainly am sincerely Indebted to you for winning my case." Wtt Mfg. and Guaranteed by Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 for yean and tHnkit llie bet y: "I Have nwd Ref 1 Mu Ktie Brynt. BarAtown. Ky poultry tonedy made. I tcurpjgape and limbenwck without faX dropped down Ky..tays: a gaptna One drop oi Recipe 4-- 1 WiUCoomrt. Bardttown. cKckenkJIithewonnandtelieTCJthechictinstanlly. hit the best preventree 1 hiYe crer used. 4-- CURES Cholera, fiancs. LimbernecR. Roud, Canker., , . .. . i osrr Diarrhoea ana an Diseases or poultry ;s"u. i. ,,.,,. J. Robt. Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Price 50c at all Druggist. SOLD BY R. E. McRoberts & Son. SEE v A Peek Into His Pocket Parson's Poem A Gem. THE CENTRAL RE60RD Ask For Samples. would show the box of Bucklen.s Arnica Salve that E. S, Loper, a carpenter of .Marilla, N. Y. always carries." I have never had a cut, wound, bruise or sore it would not soon heal," he writes Greatest healer of burns, boils, scalds, chapped hands and lips, fever-soreeczema, corns and piles 25c. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm s, skin-eruption- s, From Rev H. Stubenvoll, Allison, la. in praise of Dr King's New Lifa Pills. "Tney're such a health necessity, In every home these pills should be. If other kinds you've tried in vain, USE DR. KING'S And be well again. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. GOOD : FOR : 1,000 : VOTES When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. Good For I ViDTE 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered In Piano Contest. ,. F0R lm -. tssHausanH Jmrm.amrma.jfm'UMmrmjBgrwBLm' 2 i ii ii r -- .,. - - -- -. ... M . T'TI1I1IWJ111J LI - - - - telFISfiw M Vjlr fr "White mbroideries and Flouncing W12 $2.50 going Patterns worth $2.00 to 4bT at $1 .1 9 Values Ranging from $1.25 to $1.75 at 98C Flounces that sold at $1:00 reduced to. Q9C. A 50c pattern will have to go at j 9c. ( I fe 1 THE rmjr&v JOSEPH &-&& MERCANTILE l "I COMPANY IN THIS COLUMN, I I Ladies Outfitters. &rvG??gJr&Jz& See Window Display and Table Values. TBgrwsa - - ' Ksa:?ia7ifrtt Please call arid", '""We settle at once. heed the money. CO. ss attending the Chautauqua. Miss Wilkerson of Liberty is the guest of Mrs. Carlton Elkin. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Saturday Miss Katie Simpson u Goings by Those Wt Are interested In. for a visit in Huntington left Va. W. Miss Elizabeth Collier is in Memphis, Miss Nancy Walker was in Richmond Tenn,- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Collier for the Chautauqua. Mrs Joe Hinternish of Covington is Miss Jennie Higgins was in Louisville here the guest of her daughter, Mrs N. Miller. for the Teacher's Association. Mrs J. S. Johnson and children at- Mrs E. L. Owslev is in Danville visit- tended the Chautauqua at Richmond ing Dr and Mrs Wyatt Letcher. - Gossip About People Ne ve ve Mr W. J. Romans was in Lexington on business, Tuesday. Miss Kate Kinnaird was in Richmond I ? YOUUFiND IT - J j Public Sale. Having decided to dispose of some stock, I will on SATURDAY, JULY 20. 1912 at 1 o'clock sell the following property: One seven year okl mare with horse colt by side; 1 three year old stallion; 1 three year old mare; 1 five year old mare; 2 short horn cows and 2 calves; "O head of hogs; mowing machine; hay rake, good as new; Disc Harrow and other farming implements. One-hainterest in 4 acre3 of fine tobacco and 12 acres of corn. 1 new runabout and harness. House hokl and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of sale. HUSTON ROBERTS, Am. Bourne, Auct. Marksbury, Ky. lf See Beasley & Collier for hail insurance on your tobacco. Carriage for sale, cheap. Mrs. Susan Fisher. Beasley & Collier will protect your tobacco against damage by hail, call on MMW m them. first-clas- For Sale: Flanders Touring Car in s condition. Apply office. at this 2t Miss Nancy Woods of Lexington is here visiting her aunt, Miss Mary Chest ' i nut. R. MOl NT, 7 - Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance h3 Co tives. Miss Bessie Singleton wiil spend this week with her mother, Mrs Ann Single Miss Bessie Prather is at home from ton in Georgetown, Ky. a three weeks visit to Richmond rela- Mr. R. S. Brown's many friends are Miss Annie Herndon is at home after a protracted stay with" Louisville rela- Mr. Clarence Williamson of Lexing ton was the guest of Messers Joe and Richard Burnside. Get a bottle of Klenzona. Cleans White Shoes and White Gloves. Rella Arnofd. tives. Attention Farmers. We make a specialty of your needs and write a policy especially adapted for your property. It will pay you to investigate our special policy. KEMPER Garnett Kemper. CBt, WOODS, R. G. Woods. PAINT LICK, KY. Fire. mj Hail. rmw i rir r.'T "rm'V"'1 Tornado -- Insurance. HARTFORD. MpmMcrin hi Aetna, National Of Hartford. - We Write Any Kind of I Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. W. O. Home Phone 33. Rtney ;bfri5gt;i Funeral Director and EmbaSmer. Office Phone 18. glad to see him recuperated from his Mr and Mrs George A. McRoberts of recent illness. Covington are guests of Mrs J. R. Mrs. M. F. Elkin has returned to her Mount. home in Lexington after a visit to her Mr and Mrs Wm Shanks of Stanford aunt, Mrs. Susan Salter. were recent guests of Mrs Joseph R. Mrs. 0. L. Blanchard has returned to Mount. her home in W. Va., after a pleasant Mrs T. J. Price entertained at a din- stay with Mrs. U. D. Simpson. ner on Friday, the course being laid CJ Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury was in for ten. S3 Danville for a short stay with her o Mrs Aithusa Curry has returned from daughter, Mrs. Louis Landram. 3 a stay with Mrs Fisher D. Gaiues of Danville. Misses Anna, Katharine and Helen Gardner of Louisville. Miss Isabella Mrs Louis Landram of Danville spent T Ttn....:il,. i J Ull Thursday with her mother Mrs H. A. niironr. Elizabeth Terrill of Lancaster who B. Marksbury. made a happy house party at the home Misses Allie and Stella Ilendren were of Mrs J. Wade Walker, have returned in attendance at the Teachers Associa- to their homes. 03 tion in Louisville. Mrs. Charles Ballew entertained at Mr and Mrs Frank Lusk of Akron, dinner Thursday, the honoree being her Ohio ware guesrs Saturday and Sunday niece, Mrs. George McRoberts of Covof Mrs Emma Kaufl'man. ington. Other guests were the Misses Miss Alice Rignoy and Hudson Fris-bi- e Burnside, Mrs. John M. Farra, Miss are in Richmond for a visit to their Joan Mount, the Misses Gill, Mrs. Joe cousin Miss Lucy Walker. Burnside and Mrs. Jane Ballew. The menu was quite appetizing. Mrs W. A. Price entertained her Sun- fday School class Friday evening at her Misses Angie and Patsy Kinnaird, home on Richmond street. who have been the guests of the family of their uncle, Mr W. J. Kinnaird on Miss Angie Kinnaird has returned West Cumberland Avenue returned to from an enjoyable visit to relatives in their home at Lancaster, Wednesday Middlesboro and Barboursville. night. The Misses Kinnaird made Mrs W. B. Ball and little daughter, many friends during their visit here, and were the recipients of many pretty Margaret, leave this week for social attentions. News Record, Midfor a visit do her sister. dlesboro. Misses Fay and Florence Acton left Tuesday to visit Miss Pearl Sebastin in In Shakespeare's Time. Richmond and attend Chautauqua. Patron "No native productions on Miss Ethel Hilton who has been a the stage at all this year, eh?" Eliza successful teacher in Arizona the past bethan Manager "No! We'd produce term, "is with her sister, Miss Susie. Hil English plays, but we simply can't get them! All the successes of the seaton. son have been foreign-madplots that; Mr and Mrs Arthur Mahan and Mr Bill Shakespeare made over to suit and Mrs Will Mahan of Williamsburg our tastes!" Puck. k were pleasant visitors in Lancaster last 2 I " w i Camp-bellsvil- le e Lancaster, Ky. at Take Any Beam You like Saw His Opportunity. there were dozens of Charleston, West Va., are here visiting people right here in town who had her parents, Mr and Mrs N. Miller and never heard of him." "I guess that took him down a peg or two." "I fimily. guess it didn't. He started right out Miss Mary Rankin was in Millers-bur- g to find them and borrow money." for the Epworth League Conven- Houston Post. tion. She was sent as a delegate from Mrs. week. J. A. Elsener and children of l I told him from our timber piles. No need to spend time in look ing for good ones. Every stick in the pile is sound, seasonable and straight. 7: Sr.tliMPrlKWi. -- r'- I C Hubble. -. 4J!W Little Misses Laura Dunn and Helen Gulley of Lexington are the pretty littlei Reports of 30,000 Cases of Kidney visitors of their grand parents, "Pa D" TroubIe' Some of Them Lancaster Each of some 6,000 newspapers of the United States is publishing from week to week, names of people in itsparticular neighborhood, who have used and recommended Doan's Kidney Pills Mr A. N. Davis who has been the for kidney backache, weak kidneys, guest of Mr and Mrs Alex West has bladder troubles and urinary disorders. returned to his home jn Clear Water This mass of proof includes over 30,000 Kansas. This being his first visit to testimonials. Lancaster is no excepLancaster in 28 years. tion. Here is one of the Lancaster W. M. Zanone, Canal & Orchard Stsr Misses Martha Rainey, Nellie Wilson Lancaster, Ky., says: "I can speak Hill, Bessie Holtzclaw of Stanford and Kidney Pills, as they Mayme Bourne of Nicholasville are en- highly of Doan's have proven excellent in my case. They joying a jolly house party at the home do all that is c'aimed for them. My of Miss Virginia Bourne. kidneys were disordered and the kidney Miss Mamye Lee Ballard entertained secretions were irregular in passage at "Luncheon Bridge" on Friday. The contained sediment. I had pains in my decorations were daisies, the cakes be- back and sides and when I stooped, I ing in the pretty shapes of the dainty had difficulty in straightening. Finally flower. The Misses Gill, Miss Joan I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they Mount and Miss Annell Tomlinson were .completely relieved me of my trouble."" the Lancaster ladies who accepted Miss For sale by all dealers, Price 50 I cents. Ballards hospitality. lm. L. Francis and wife Lancaster Ky." were among the guests registered at the Tyler Hotel in Louisville Ky, last Sunday. and Mrs. Gulley. Cases Great Mass Of Proof. .. "J. - Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting them here. Lancaster Lumber & Wig MQl Co. -- r"tunTiftLjrt n ft m rni i.rrT--- r iiLr J "' IV I Beasley & Collier are the only insurance people prepared to insure your tobacco against damage by hail, call on them. Sale of Household and Kitchen Furni ture, Garden Tools, etc., at the late Pursley. On SATURDAY JULY 27TH 1912 residence of Mrs. W. H. Wherritt. The first man who ever sold Indian Saturday July Gth I will offer for sale at public outcry 107 at 2 p. m. Remedies in the State of Kentucky j acres of blue grass land, lying on the and my remedies have a reputation I represent the Knoxville Nursery Co j Paint Lick and White Lick turnpike. for themselves that can never be torn of Tenn, I can supply you with high tour miles south of I'amt Lick, Ky. down, given up by all who have tried grade flowers, shrubs, rhubarb, aspar- Has a tenant house, good orchard, good them to do all I claim for them. You agus, roses, vines, all kinds of orna- fences and water This land is fertile may notice most advertising doctors mental and fruit trees. I solicit your and productive. Sale on the premises and medicine companies, advertise and orders for fall delivery. Phone 200 at 2 p. m. publish testimonials of people. They Call on or write W. F. Champ, ExeJas. A. Royston, Agent. come away from their home town, selcutor. W. R. Griffith Estate, Lancasdom ever one cured at home. As I Notice. ter, Ky. 4t have often told my friends in my lecThe Bank of Bryantsville, declared tures, testimonials are cheap. What I their regular dividend of have and want is walking and talking .03 per cent out of their net earings of advertisements and not testimonials cf the past six months payable to the people you never knew, and right here stockholders on demand. in Garrard, Lincoln, Boyle, Casey, J. C. Williams, Cashier. Madison, Clark, Jessamine, Fayette. JESSAMINE CIRCUIT COURT. Franklin and all joining counties, I Notice To Contractors. Virgil McWilliams, &c. Plaintiffs, have hundreds of people who will testiSealed bids will be received until Sat. fy to the merits of my Indian Remedies Of Sale. When I came to Kentucky four years urday, July Gth, for the erection of the Wm. Sanders, Admr. &c. Defendants. ago I sold my remedies by puting new Consolidated School buildine at By virtue of a judgment and order of fourth an effort and getting behind Paint Lick. Plans and specifications sale of the Jessamine Circuit Court renthem now THE PEOPLE SELL THEM are in my office and may be seen upon dered at the June term thereof, 1912. in the above cause, the undersigned FOR ME, ask any one who has used application. Miss Jennie Higginc, Co., Supt- - commissioner will on 3t them they will tell you what you want to know, I have my Remedies now in MONDAY, JUNE 22. 1912, UUCKKVE. over 300 Drug Stores, my mail order county court day for Garrard Countv. proceed to sell at public auction to thu business is immence as people are Miss Virgie Bourne, was the guest of highest bidder at the court house door using my Remedies all over several in the town of Lancaster, Ky.. the Mrs. J. S. Gilbert last week. states. One of my leaders is following described real estate, INDIAN HERBS A 45 DAYS Miss Bessie May has been visiting All those tracts or parcels ef land lying and being in Garranl County, Ky., TREATMENT FOR $1.00 For all her sister Mrs. Deny Locker. and bounded as follows: Blood Diseases, Rheumatism, Kidney, Let Beasley & Collier insure your to1st Tract. Beginning at a stake corLiver, Stomache, Female, and all bacco against ravages by hail. ner to No. 7, thence N 43 W 150 poles Nervous Diseases, hundreds of people to a stake in Duncan's line, thence S in Garrard County will testify to their Harry Crutchfield from Nicholasville 42A. W 12.90 poles to a stake in said been visiting his aunt Mrs. Hiram line, thence S 4.1 E 150 poles to a stake, has merits. thence N 44 E 12.S0 poles to the beginPURSLEY'S INDIAN HERB CAT Ray. " Miss Bulah Beazley from McCreary ning, containing 12 acre3. ARRH REMEDY for all forms of cat2nd Tract: Beginning at a stake corarrh and diseases of the mucus lining spent several days last week with Miss ner to No. 9, thence with No. 9 N 45 W loO poles-ta stake in Duncan'3 line of the nasul passages head, throat, Stella Ford Ray. W poles Martha Washington Curtt3"spent last thence SS42J. E 21.32 poles to a stake, stomache, bowels, liver, kidneys and 45 150 thence to a stake bladder a 90 DAYS TREATMENT week with her cousins Sallie Lou Teat- - thence N 44 E 21.02 poles to the beginning. er and Ethel Ray. $2.50 3rd Tract: Beginning corner to No 2, DAKOTA JACK'S COW BOY LINIMr. and Mrs. Chapline and daughter thence N 55L W 150 poles to a stake, MENT never was nor never will be Miss Amelia from Lawrenceburg, have thence S 42L W 34.30 poles to a stake, beaten. For all or any pain stops been recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. thence S 45, E 150 poles to a stake, N 44 E 00.90 poles to the beginning, conpain in one minute a wonder for Deaf- A. C. Miles. taining 40 acres, 3 rood and 16 poles. ness, PRICE 25cts PER BOTTLE. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Bradshaw, Mr. 2 of an acre of this tract is reserved as CREME SOAP for all the people all and Mrs. Nute Grow, and Mr. Walker a burial ground. the time NUF SAID 3 cakes 25cts. Bradshaw and family, were guests of 4th Tract: Beginning corner to lot No 4 of the division of the landed estate of In Garrard County the above Reme- Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill Sunday. Charles Bland, deceased, thence N 50J dies are sold by J. E. Stormes DrugW 23 poles to a stone in the road, gist Lancaster, Ky., Henry Kuhlman thence S 44 W7 poles to a stake, thence Lowell, Ky., Coy Sanders Stone, Ky., N 4, E 7 poles to the beginning, con or by J. J. Pursley (Dakota Jack) taining one acre. Also the 6 interest of Thomas Bland, deceased, in the land Lancaster, Ky., my home office. All A Face Retenoid. ed estate of his father Charles Bland, mail orders promptly filled and prepaid adies Delight. deceased, the same conveved iointlv to to your home at regular price. A Freckle Remover, J. C. Bland and James Bland bv five of the heirs of Thomas Bland, making in B leaches the Skin, the whole boundry conveyed to said A labasterlike Effect, Wm. McWilliams 78 acres and which mooth, velvety skin, conveyed said Wm. McWilliams by the X onic for Face Muscles, deed of T. M. Arnold and wife dated December 29. 1905, and is recorded in R ejuvenates Your Youth, Deed Book No. 21. page 21G in the O f Great Beautifying Power, office of the clerk of the Garrard CounU ovelier Facial Appearance. ty Court. But there is excepted from the above Alabastrol boundary and not intended to be sold In the last two months we sold 1.S52 under this order a tract of 11.90 acres packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because of land which was conveyed bv Wm. to one Wm. Betti3 by it is the most perfect production of its McWilliams Deed Book No. 21 pagedeed 217 recorded in kind on the market, universally indors- in the office of the clerk of the Garrard ed by users. Removes Freckles, Sun- County Court, leaving in the entire burn, Tan, etc. Allays chafed skin tract herein directed to be sold 66.10 toAll ot said tracts and is the Ideal Combination Cream acres. and form one body oi lanu lie and or tract gether Registered Jersey Bull and powder. None give that soothing, will be sold as one tract and not separcooling feeling as Alabastrol and whose ately as described. Said property will be sold on a credit use is so much appreciated. It acts on coo- of six and twelve months equal install the face not unlike a refreshing, ments, the purchaser being required to ling Spring Morning. We guarantee it executo bonds with approved security to be satisfactory in every respect. payable to the undersigned for the Mailed to your home in generous size price, to have the force and effect of a Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two miles interest at the packages and in plain wrapper for 50 judgment and to bear annum from day rate of six percent per from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike Cents Silver. No Samples. of sale. Said sale will be made about , the hour of 12 o'clock, M., on said day. The Siloeon Mf'g Co., R. E. Pueblo, Colorado JOHN H. WELCH, M. C. J. C. C. Dakota Jack. J. J. Public Sale Of Land. semi-annu- al Commissioner's Sale. Vs-No- tice PUR-SLEY- 'S to-w- it: o Facts. 5-- S mt Foxy Alex 103717. HENRY. r& - . : '. -- . V BDENA VISTA H t C80COOOM Little Miss Nannie Belle Scott is visiting in Nicholasville. Misses Ethel and Josephine Curd of Richmond are with relatives here. Miss Lucreti Skinner visited her brother at Richmond Normal last week. See Beasley & Collier for hail insurance on your tobacco. Miss Kathryn McCann of Lexington is visiting her sister Mrs. H. S. Christopher. Miss Blanch Askins has returned to her home in Jessamine county after a visit here. A tobacco barn owned by Mr. U. S. Evans was destroyed by lightning Sunday evening. Miss Margaret Hackley of Georgetown has been the guest of her neice " rAKiucK a luluiuu rv?jzu NOTES ME&DOWROOK Leghorns are natural foragers. Shade is an. Important element of success. OBJECT OF ENVY. A deep sigh of sorrow broke from the lips of little Freddie. "I wish," he said, plaintively, "I wish I wuz Billy Smith." -- rfrOCOOOO9OOOO0OO)f mOOOOOOMCI0M000000000 dpacc below this heading Is for the exclu slve use of our farmer subscrlbers.and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in two issues of the Record, free of charge FARM P&L 'MOcwtfur ifek Exercise sweating In a horse indicates weakness. His mother was astonished old Roger Bros sold a pair of two year mare mules to Mr Cobb for $325.00. One aged mule-fo- ot thorough bred boar for sale. iA. R. Denny. For Rent: grazing land. 25 acres of well watered I. M. Myers. Mrs. G. H. Lane. Mr. J. E. Scott and family motored to Lexington Sunday and were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Chris- Ed Naylor sold a pair of two year old horse mules to I. F. Naylor for $325.00. some bailed hay. Phone 335-Rev. C. C. Brown of Lancaster who We have about one hundred acres of is conducting a series of meeting at good grass, will rent the boundary or Linden Dale is meeting with great sucDenny Bros, cess. There has been about thirtyfive take cattle to graze. Lancaster, Ky. persons to unite with the church. Similar. topher. Fob Sale 50 barrels of corn and Alex West. shocked. "Why, Freddie?" she asked. "Billy The first essential in making good kV--r' Smith has none of the nice things you butter is good cream. E" have. He doesn't get any pocket Camphorated oil is good for caked money, and he isn't as big as you, and he's not nearly so strong. His father udder or other inflammation. never buys him presents or " "Yes; I know all about that," said Frequent stirring while cream Is Freddie. "But" ripening will make better butter. "And then look what a nice home A hS can be starved to eat al- you have, and nice books, and you most anything, but it is poor economy. never have to go out when it's cold and wet to carry papers, and " "Yes, I know that," said Freddie, IrMake very liberal estimates as to mother's you are to ritably, annoyed at his the number of chickens Look out for the little colts. strange lack of sympathy and undersave. standing. "But Billy kin wiggle his Sharp tools make the work easier. This is the time to begin knocking ears, and I can't." Answers. A gentle mother makes gentle out another possible feed shortage next winter. They're All Doing It. chicks. New Congressman What can I do For the young calf Just learning to for you, sir? The hen should also be dusted occaeat there is nothing better than Salesman (of Statesmen's Anecdote sionally. ground oats. Manufacturing company) I shall be delighted If you'll place an order for Watch out for lice on the late batchMilking with wet hands is one of a dozen of real, live, snappy, humored chicks. the most undesirable habits that a ous anecdotes as told by yourself, sir. Puck. Dutch cheese Is an Ideal food for man can form. young turkeys. Turkeys often get puny and die GOOD WHEN HE WAS YOUNG.. Give the young calf an early chance when several weeks old, from no other cause than lice. to nibble at grass. J7 A U, lUlo Dr. lcuvcai lcmua Literary Press) I "J D. F. & NO ! Smith Surgeon. 219. (CopTtizbt. ign. by Associated Physician PHONE jt S Society Is like a sleeping bag all There Isn't a thing wrong with some right when you're in but not much to look at. from the outaldo. Chicago horses except their owners. Record-Herald. The longer a calf Is allowed to suck the cow the harder it will be to make it drink from a bucket. They wanted harvest hands in Office on Danville Street in the HosIndiana, Iowa, Kansas all over the pital Building. west. They wanted them so bad LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. that very high wages were offered and agents sent east to talk and advertise. It was free fare out. with keep on the road, and then ?3 per day and the most liberal board for weeks and weeks. It was the greatest chance for the students working their way through college, and scores of them took advantage of It. Dwight Carleton. of Columbia, Ofilice at Sweeney's Livery.Slable. looked upon it as a special interpo sition of Providence. In six weeks he Lancaster, Kentucky could earn sufficient to take him through the winter term. He had no wealthy father to back him. rtoeoo0ooo?e?oooooooooooa Fourteen hours per day in the harvest field, and the farmer carrying a grouch because he could not make It i fifteen! A bed on the hay In the of QUALITY. I barn, and every man still hungry as he arose from the "liberal table!" ! The husky workers groaned and per- I spired and stood it. Those who had never roughed it kept on as long as they could, and dropped out and were Dr. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Cut Flowers Ware McRoberts. Women! If weak, you need Cardul, the woman's tonic. Cardui Is made from gentle herbs, acts in a natural manner, and has no bad results, as some of the strong drugs sometimes used. As a medicine a tonic for weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, Cardui has been a popular success for over 50 years. Advice. "Glvln a man advice," said Uncle Nature Intends that the calf should Eben, "generaly don't amount to nuf-fl- have the first milk from the mother. but woryln him wlf talk about I troubles dat he knows a heap mo' t Handling colts from the start obabout den you does." viates breaking and substitutes train Ing. n' Churning when cream is too warm has the effect of whitening butter. It never pays to keep more cattle than one can be sure to furnish with ample feed the year round. By using a little patience a calf can be taught to drink quickly by letting it suck the finger held in the milk. Store Enthusiasm. Use only a thoroughbred butter-bre- d My aon, we should lay up a stock sire for next year's crop of of abBurd enthusiasms In our youth or calves. else we shall reach the end of our journey with an empty heart, for we Farmers, as a rule, pay too little atlose a great many of them by the tention to the comfort of their work way. Victor Cherbullez. horses. Cultivate self-reliaSelf-Rellanc- e. There are many reliable breeders of Holstein cattle whose entire herds average 10,000 pounds of milk per year. If a thin bow has more pigs than she can suckle to advantage, take part of them away and raise them on a bottle. E57 Take CARDUI Th Woman's Tonic Mrs. Lula Walden, of Gramlin, S. C, followed this advice. Read her letter: "I was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. Anybody can raise an ordinary horse There isn't much play about dairyand sell it for an ordinary price. It To be is to look to one's ing, but no other Job pays better for takes blood and feed and care to beat self for help in all the affairs of life, hard work. the average. not to be forever leaning upon those you. There is great satisfaction about The draft horse Is .one farm In feeling that you have the ability to that bulls and bears cannot cor- in The maina points to make sure about separator are durability, buying do for yourself. Clara K. Bayliss. ner nor control. clean skimming, easy washing, and Sheep do have one real menace, easy running. however, In the summer. That is InZEMO FOR DANDRUFF. Almost any feed that is high In proternal parasites. tein, such as milk or middlings, and You Will Be Surprised To See How Let us use more of our own dairy the like, is good for sows, pigs and products at home. They are the best growing hogs. Quickly It Disappears. 4 that can be produced. Don't let the young turks out until No' more dirty coats from dandruff dew is off the grass In the morning A mule authority says: "There is heads. Zemo stops dandruff. Apply nothing that walkB that will beat an If you want turkeys to sell next it any time with tips of fingers. No old jennet aB a money maker." Thanksgiving. smell, no smear. Zemo sinks into the Why not a concrete vat in the milk pores, makes the scalp healthy, makes Marking chicks or young turkeys the hair fine and glossy. For any skin with a poultry pounch does no harm, house this spring? They are reasonaffliction, itch, dandruff, eczema, pimp- and the fowls will always show the ably cheap, eternally durable, and highly sanitary. , les, blotches, try Zemo at our risk. mark. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose MediGeese, after they get their feathers, Ground oats, green clover hay, and cine Co., Sf. Louis, Mo., and is sold in InBweet sklm-milmake a good ration are rarely, if ever, attacked by Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts & l Son sects, but this will not hold good in twenty-on- e for lambs after they are Drug Store. regard to goslings. days old. por-duct k Be careful not RULES and REGULATIONS .Governing Candidates for the Grand Prizes offered by mare when she Is nursing a promising colt, for overheating of her has a bad effect on the milk. to overwork the brood Put a bell on some of the cows if they run In the woods or a brush pasture. It will save time and steps in looking for them. A mllkln? Pasturing grass too soon or too periodheifer that has a long very apt with her first calf is way of saving hard is an expensive to establish the habit of long periods feed. It casts several times the if she is well handled. amount of feed saved. harness, and especially See that The hog house if left open will sup- the Inside the the collars where they of ply a cool place for the pigs to He In, come In contact with living flesh and and also protect the young from heavy blood, are smooth and clean. storms and from the hot Bun. In the push farm Having too many chicks In one patches should ofnot bework the truck neglected, for brood, whether with a hen or in a jn these little things He the farmer"? brooder, is a common fault. Chicks living and his success as a farmer. In small broods always do better. On every dairy farm there should Have an aim In breeding, and try to pasture fields, by feeding off first breed all the colts to a standard or one and then the other, the cows have type. In this way you will get a succession of rich tender grass and matched pairs which will bring better clover. prices. Mix half a bushel of dry ashes with Experience th last year has shown a pint of carbolic acid, a pint of coal It is best make such crops as cowpeas oil, and a pint of sulphur. Put some and alfalfa Into hay to feed dry and in the nests and the hens will not be to fill the silos either with corn or bothered with lice. be-tw- o each of .the Merchants in connection with The Central Record. Ballot Box will be opened every Monday at 6 p. M. and the votes therein counted and the ballot box resealed by a committee of two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be 1. subject to public approval. The result of each week's count shall be published every week and the candidate's name and her standing kaffir. to appear. This is the time of year when lice do the most damage In the poultry 2. All votes are once each month by the contest man- yard. The young chickens should be lice or examined every week ager. Any candidate can get the consent of contest manager at any for Hoe on the body. for head quality of wheat Btraw which neither moldy nor dusty, will make a fair roughage for horseB, and when fed in moderate amounts should not prove Injurious In any way. Good Is time to inspect or count the votes, When a man wants to use his horse, and has to chase him all over the farm In catch him, It Is evi3. Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the dent thatorder tothe man or the horse either was not brought up right. Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. Where silage is used the land can be used to grow another crop of 4. Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is noranated corn. There is no way to get so much off an acre as to put it into irregular form on one of the coupon ballots, The contest manager re- corn and put the corn In the silo. Barb wire fences are bad for horses, but there should be a barb wire strung ,along the top of the wozen fence or the horses will ride It down. The barb wire placed there will do no harm. The secret of successful gardening is high manuring and fertilizing, a deep, finely prepared soil, thorough and clean culture, choice vegetables put up in attractive form and honest measure. serves the right to reject the name of any undesirable candidate and to Cattle certainly are scarce. If they If, within the last year or so, you "were not the great hog runs would have had a case of blackleg among limit the number of entries. have the effect of bringing down the your cattle it will be a good plan to price of beef.' Shortage of cattle can- give the pastures a thorough burning not be made up as soon as that of over before "grass starts. Fire is a 5. Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are hogs and we may look for Bhort beef great destroyer of disease germs. from any of the following sources; Coupons appearing supplies for some time to come. Fruits may be used with equal saton any handbill, dodger, form-lette- r or card issued by or Most intelligent men realize that it isfaction and add much to the vacosts Just as much to raise a scrub riety of diet. What we need Is to coupons given for trade at our store. All others shall be declared void as a well-breanimal. When it comes think of fruits not merely because we to selling there Is a vast difference In like them and find them healthful and thrown out by the judges. the price that the two will demand. -- They have a great food value which At the same time scrubs are still very we should learn and consider in thcli d 6. No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be pery much In evidence all through the land. selection. Dwight Carleton was handed his wages, after ten days of work, he found them insuf- Lflcient even to pay his railroad fare back as far as Chicago. And then some one stole his spare clothing, and when he "hit the pike" he had nothing to carry In his hands. There came a day to Dwight Carleton when he had to sit down by the roadside and wonder If he could ever make another mile. Exhausted with hunger and tramping and exposure, and a fever burning him, he sat with his head in his hands and his courage all gone. And then the children from the country school, a quarter of a mile away, came along on their way home CCodWr a) and stopped to look at him and make Miss Imple So you don't believe comments. And a little later came the schoolma'am In her pink sunbon-ne-t that the good die young? and clean calico dress. Gayboye I used to worry about it "You are 111," she said as she when I was a boy, but I know better glanced at the young man. now. He nodde his head. "Well, come back to the first The Humorist. house. That's where I live. My fathAlong life's way he sadly pokes er Is a farmer, but I'm teaching this And very seldom laughs. school this term. You are ill and His business is writing Jokes You'd think 'twas epitaphs. weak. Take my arm." "But I'm penniless," replied the hand with a rueful smile. A Reminder. "Come now, and we'll walk slow"I'm thinking of going on a tour on the Rhine this summer, and I should ly." like advice about the best things to It was after the patient had got to buy there. You've been there, haven't the house and found a bed and the you?" telephone had summoned a doctor, a long time ago; I that the farmer came up from the "Yes, but it's shall have to refresh my memory. field to say to his daughter: e "For the last two years you've Waiter, bring the wine card." been trying to turn this house into Blaetter. a tramp hospital, and now you've done it! That feller Is playing 'posSpeakln' Personal. sum on you. He's got to get out of "What kind of fellow Is that man this and move along!" Holloway?" asked the traveling salesThe father was taken Into the bedman of the corner groceryman. muttering room of the "Honest as the day is long," assev- young man and shown the palms of erated the village merchant. his hands. They were blistered. "How do you know that he Is?" 's "Guess he's been at work "He says so himself. But, speakln and played out, but It ain't personal, I'd advise interested parties for us to pay his doctor bills and to keep an eye on him after sundown." nurse him." "I can pay, father, from my school Wayside Communings. money." Adam Zawfax Ever been in Ne- "Humph! And when he gets ablo braska? to go, he'll steal my best horse!" Job Sturkey Yep; wunst; me an It was two weeks before the pa- , the grasshoppers struck it at the same lit; ilk- vitxa auiu iu u time. Ther' wuzn't grub 'nough fur two more before he was moving them an' me, too, an' I turned the around outdoors. Before that he had state over t' the hoppers an' come told his story and written a letter to away. be mailed to New York city. "Trying to get through college hump!" was the farmer's reply. "Ma, THE STRANGE PART. our Susie's soft as butter. She believes every word that feller says, and you keep your eye out that they don't elope together. That letter to New York was only a blind. It'll never be took notice of." But it was. There came an answer and a big money order, and young Mr. Carleton was to get some clothes and come on as soon as ho could. He owed something to the farmer. At a family council the farmer reckoned that ?50 would be about right "He shall never pay It, father!" exclaimed the daughter as the red blazed up in her cheeks. "Then who will?" "I will! I told you so in the beginning. That money Is only a Joan from a friend." Out in the orchard, the day before hand tried to he left the pay the money to his nurse, but she "The doctors didn't know what was held her hands behind her and said the matter with him." she wanted to be his creditor. "Well, there's nothing unusual about "For how long?" he asked. that." "Till you you " "But they said they didn't" "I shall come back some day to pay my debt When I do I shall ask for something I dare not speak of now. Quite Futile. How long will you wait?" He never does deceive his frow. And here's the reason why: "Isn't cash in thirty days the rule?" She doesn't trust him, anyhow. she blushlngly asked. And there's no use to try. One spring day three years later the mother ran down into the field to Contrary Fate. say to the husband: "What do you think? After that "Oh, pa, but it'B all happened it's haughty Miss Prig had sent word to all happened!" some visitors she was not at home, dinged smokehouse tipped "Has they walked In anyhow and found her over?" that in." "No, but that young man has "So at last "they found her out!" walked home from school with Susie and he's through with college and Not Always to the Swift he's got a place that pays thousands Redd So he beat you in the ches a year1 and he's paid back her money game? and wants to be married right away Greene Oh, yes; I wasn't slow and and " enough. "Wall, I alius said 'twould cornel " back-breaki- paid off and told to go. And when Everybody Is Doing It Doing What? The Old Reliable Barber. Going to the newly fited up Barber Shop. HENRY DUNCAN Richmond Street W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. r. Sssithss PtoneSfi J. W. SWEENEY LIVERY, FEED and - SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. LANCASTER. Office Hours SR.m to 12. 1 p. m. to 4. st KENTUCKY- 4T Office over Stormed' Dreg Store 4 f Flie-gend- B. IF1. "Wajlteh. Lancaster, Ky. DENTIST. Phone 65. half-aslee- J. TINSLEY. County Surveyor. PHONE Office over F. G. S-- some-where- J. Hurt's furniture swre. Lancaster, Kentucky. I SSfcalex' E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone tf 6 H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, All Work Guaranteed. Paint Lick, Kentucky. M. K. Denny, 9gg DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. Will Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Phone 194. Office over Police Court. Fruit and Shade Trees mitted to enter the contest. 7. A Peek Into His Pocket Parson's Poem A Gem. All votes must be deposited in the ballot box in the presence would show the box of Bucklen.s ArniSalve that E. S, Loper, a carpenter of "the contest manager or some one appointed by him. In casting a ca of Marilla, N. Y. always carries." I number of votes at the same time they must be neatly tied together or have never had a cut, wound, bruise or sore it would not soon heal," he writes placed in a small envelope. 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