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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 12, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912071201_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 12, 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. V THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. 4 LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 12, 1912. The Louisville Post, an independent Lancaster with relatives. church. daily newspaper, which hab not supMiss Isabella Terrill is in Rushville, ported a democratic nominee for the A Good School. Ind., where she will spend the summer presidency since 1892, has come out with her relative Mrs. Quincy Gray. isTo the parents of Garrard county for Wilson and Marshal, and has progressives, irrewho contemplate sending their daugh- sued a call to all Givens Terrill Buys Home. ters from home for an academic or spective of party affiliation, to yield Dr. A. S. Price of Stanford sold his college entrance course, we would him their support. residence and three acres ot ground on heartily recommend the Millersburg Preparing To Construct The Big Dam. Richmond street in this city, known as Female College at Millersburg. Ky. by the spent several the Capt. White property, to Mr. G. P. A corps of engineers Here she will be surrounded most desirable environments, both days in Lancaster last week outfitting Terrill for $3000. Mr. Terrill now oc religious and social. The buildings are and making the preliminary prepara- cupies the property. sanitary and modern, the faculty com- tions for the final civil engineering work Why Not A Chautauqua Meeting In Lan prises some of the best talent in the incident to the construction of the big decaster? country and the course is a very dam across Dix river near its confluence sirable one, while the cost is below with the Kentucky. Messrs Brown Lebanon has been holding Chautau and Clarkson who were with the corps qua meetings the average of schools of this class. for a number of years, are from Washington D C. and are ex- and this year both Danville and RichMr. L. A. Watkins Injured. perts at their business. mond held meetings with splendid success, in fact they are so well satisfied The many friends in tile county of One Ok Los Angeles "Finest". that they propose to make the meetings Mr. L. A. Watkins, the popular shoe Mr. John Carter, of Los Angeles, an anual affair. salesman for the Roberts, Johnson & There are many people of culture and Hand people of St Louis, who make Cal., was a pleasant caller at the Record this territory, was painfully injured office last week and incidentlly left refinement in Garrard as in any county ist week at Grant station near Coving enough of the golden state dollars to in- in the state, as many people who enton, by a large laundry basket being sure the Record's visits to him for joy the very best in the way of literaoverturned from an express truck. several years. Mr. Carter is an old ture, art and music, and who are afThe truck struck Mr. Watkins about Garrard county boy and is back on a forded but scant opportunity for the the head and body inflicting several visit to his sisters and many other re- enjoyment of these pleasures at home, severe cuts and bruises. However, no latives in the county. He is a member and consequently are compelled to attend the.se meetings in neighboring bones were broken and he was able to of the police force in Los Angeles. go to his home at Winchester, but will counties. Improvements At Crab Orchard. Now we are of the opinion that Lanbe confined to his room for several A representative of the Record was caster could as well have a Chautauqua weeks. in Crab Orchard last week and was meeting as any of the surrounding pleased to note the many improve- towns, securing the meeting is but a Wreck on L. & N. Near Silver Creek. ments that have been made at the question of patronage, whether or not On last Friday night the rear coach Springs. Mr. Willis has spent over a sufficient number of season tickets on train No. J), due here at 8:33 p. m. ten thousand dollars in .the erection of could be disposed of to insure the left the rails between Silver Creek a new Ice plant, an electric light plant financial success of the meeting, to and Paint Lick and turned completely and in general improvements, and the justify the securing of the necessary over, injuring some fifteen of the pas- genial "Ma" and "Pa" are entertain- talent to make the meeting up to the sengers more or less severely. Among ing in their ever pleasing manner. general standard of such entertainthose receiving the most severe injuments, and we believe that there are a Thurston West Promoted ries were Mr. and Mrs. Lavin Kirk sufficient number of people in the town and Miss Stella McWhorter who were It is very gratifying to the friends and county who enjoy such entertainen route to the home of Mr. E. C. Mc- of Mr. L. Thurston West to learn of ment would be willing to subscribe toWhorter 'at Paint Lick all of whom his late promotion of Assistant Mana- wards its success. were cut and bruised about the head ger of the Columbia Planograph ComThe Chautauqua meetings have a Mr. Kirk's Injuries pany of Washington, D. C. Thurston tendency towards the Juplifting of the and shoulders, being especially severe, however he is was recently ofTered a nice position in community, both morally and mentally, resting comfortably and it is hoped New York City but declined to accept gives opportunity to hear some of the that he will be out shortly. Misses i" on account of his close connection very best platform lecturers upon live Ida and Cora Hurt of Lowell also re- with the Columbia Planograph which topics, not dry musty, philosophical ceived severe cuts and bruises about is one of Washington's largest business lectures under which one is inclined to the neck and arms. Miss Fay, daugh- houses. doze, but bright witty interesting ter of Dr. J. M. Acton of this place lectures which will keep us wide awake Elmer Chestnut Back Home. was cut about the arms and shoulders and deeply interested every minute of and severely shaken and is confined to Elmer Chestnut, son of Mr. T. D. the time. And too the musical feather bed. A colored boy, son of John Chestnut of the Marksbury section was ures are all that the music loving pubDuncan the barber, was also injured. in town Saturday afternoon renewing lic could desire, some of the leading Conductor Thompson of the train was acquaintances of his boyhood days. bands in the country, grand operasing-er- s, a severe sufferer, sustaining cuts and Elmer left here nearly twenty years and all that is good in the music bruises all over his person, however, ago, and for a number of years his rel- line. What's the matter with making he pluckily stuck to his train until all atives had not heard from him and did an effort to secure a Chautanqua the injured were cared for, taking it not know his whereabouts. He has meeting here during the summer of on to Rowland, from whence he went been making his home in the new state 1913? to his home in Paris. Ppreading rails of Oklahoma, and his numerous friends Reports Being Circulated That Judge were said to have caused the accident. will be glad to know he is prospering. 1 NUMBER 14. Preaching Sunday morning at Methodist church by Dr. E. H. Pierce. Sells Fine Celt. Elder F. M. Timder will fill his pulpit Sunday morning at the Christian Post To Support Wilson. Miss Bessie Holtzclaw to her home in Stanford has returned after a stay in THE CONTEST Slackens To Some Extent, Probably Due To The Extremely Warm Weather. l SfrEd lMmsMmmi?M.mimdm. !M MM Mr. Luther Gibbs sold to a Mr. Steele a horse fancier of Tazewell Va. a yearling fillv, Betsy Ford-SaFrancisco, for $200. The filly is very premising, of fancy breeding, and Mr. Steele is n expecting great things of her. Show Remains Another Week. Owing to the large patronage received here the Demorest Comedy Co., has extended their program here for another week. They are still playing t a large and enthusiastic crowd and a.'e holding a popularity contest this week, the young lady receiving the nost votes will on Saturday night, be given a diamond ring. Sale Of City Property. The young ladies who are participating in the contest are allowing their interest to flag for some cause or other, or at least the vote so indicates. Better not weary in well doing, for some Is! of the contestants may be saving up votes and when they turn them in somebody is going to find themselves m so far behind as to be unable to catch up. Following is the standing at the last count: LANCASTER Mary Eliza Holtzclow Mae Powell D LLli fill BINDS i MOW a DISTRICT. 281,058 260,568 225.794 194,753 92,498 61,543 39,558 31,839 27,010 29,942 25,500 Messrs Hughes & Swinebroad the Kate Ham Katie Mae Dickerson, Alline Thomas . ERS,5 HAY RAKES real estate men sold to Mr. W. F. Champ cashier of the Citizens National I Sank, for Eld. F. M. Tinder, his house :id about 2i acres of ground on West Water street for $4100. Possession given Jan 1st. 1913. The property is now occupied by Mr. J. F. lloltzclaw. Mr. Tinder reserves a lot of ibout one acre east of and adjoining the property sold. New Man In Insurence Field. Jennie Cox Ora Prather Sallie Anderson Lillie Croucher Lillian Estes Beulah Mae Beazley TWME. A Deering Binder is the lightest BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. Mary Ellen Farley Osa Coulter Lucy Campbell 273,729 253,050 222,650 203.000 200,500 182,750 156,300 133,600 125.165 116,650 draught, last longest and is easy to operate. , Mr. Fred P. Frisbie has succeded to the Insurance business of Hudson and Wherritt and will have his office at the In addition Citizens National I'.ar.k. to the many old firms, both fire and life, Mr. Frisbie will add many new ones, and will be able to accomodate his friends with any kind of insurance they may desire. Fred is a hustler and will make a strong bid for his share of the business. Turner Well Known Colored lossaMay Teater Rella Ruble Ethel Onstott Clodie Speaks Maggie Norris .- - Mary Belle Halcomb Flora Ruble I Hii Give Us Your Order Now. CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. Lillian Garner Mrs. Dave Newland Mamie Holman Mrs. Dove Garner Susie Butt 388,818 433.S90 321,651 321,576 270,028 217,988 161,492 124,690 51.677 51,887 ,39,594 15,490 2,602 HflEU)EN BROS. I mfMMMMiMi WMMn$M. ,g: HUMi pUHrnirrM w. & Far mer Has Narrow Escape From . Horrible Death. well-to-d- Eva Fletch Ida Lee Campbell Cecil Garner Mahala Howard Hattie Bogie If You WANT a Good STRONG o colored Willis Turner a Hackley neighborhood farmer of the had a narrow escape from death this week. While cutting wheat he in some hich he manner fell from the mule was riding and which was being driven to a binder, he fell immediately under the platform of the machine, and but for the presence of mind of jllr. Frank Foley who was riding the machine in raising the platform as high as possible Willis would have met a horrible death, as it'Was one of the guaids grazed his back and another lacerated one of his feet. The platform passed entirely over him. He is not seriously injured, but his escape was indeed a narrow one. Bertha Rogers Bessie Reynolds Nell Davis J. L. Francis sold a horse to Jim Clark for 200.00. Get Your License. MOWER OR The license blank for hunters are in the hands of the county clerk and will be issued on request. You must have a license before you can hunt, they only cost you $1.00 and may save you many times that amount. Mr. James Adams Dead. m&siMzmsmi A "Jim" Hamilton Hurt. last thursday a horse which Mr. James 1 Hamilton was driving to a buck board became unruly and began to kick, one or two of which landed in Mr. Hamilton's ribs, fracturing one and injuring another and inflicting very painful injuries. After kicking Mr. Hamilton out of the vehicle, the animal ran away, demolishing the Mr. Hamilton's injuries while not of a serious nature will confine him to an invalid chair for some time. On buck-board. Jere Sullivan Own Will Not Carry Are Utterly His County Without Foundation. -- X & I g w bZ MoCOEMACK HJBi i gljj 0 Essa as W h& i Contract Awarded. T. i .fV 3 raimijpi'g how kopo If 1U II Ui ui iiisy iKtmuui Brown Cultivators, Owens- boro Wagons. Sechlers and Post Buggies, Majestic Ranges, Jewel Stoves, Perfection Oil Stoves, Poultry Netting, Wire Screening, Screen Door, Window Screens, Refrigerators, Water Coolers, Cistern Pumps, Filters, Pump Repairs. -- The contract for the erection of the new school building at Paint Lick was awarded on last Saturday to the firm of Stewart & Muncy of Berea, who will at once begin work on the structure. The contract price was $5448, and was the lowest of seven or eight bids offered, ranging as high as $7000. The new house is to be a model of convenience and is to be modeled after the modern school buildings now in vogue. Our Paint Lick neighbors are to be congratulated upon their acquisition, and they certainly deserve it, for they are one of the most enlightened localities in the state and have long been in need of better educational facilities. We can save you money on the above, call and let us prove to you that we have the best place in town to get a bargain. if CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. &3E&3ESSSeSeS33 The following article from the Climax should set at rest any doubts in The Club hopes to have a permanent location by fall where more books the minds of any one as to what Maddo for him: may be added to this case and thereby ison connty will Sullivan has always been "Hon. Jere establish a beginning of a public library loyal to Madison county and if chosen The club efforts will be to cultivate a desire for good books in the young as the congressman for the district he people of this community. Your in- will be loyal to every county. He will have back of him a record of someterest and help is solicited. thing accomplished. No democrat in the pastor of the Baptist church at the State has been more loyal to the Springfield. The remains were laid to T. R's. Followers Issue Convention Call party, and last year when a report, j rest in Brookside cemetery. Deceased, For August 5th. started at btanford, came very nearly before her marriage about a year ago, Senator Joseph M. Dixon, of Mon- wrecking the party, he exerted his was Miss Oliver McEIroy. She was tana,. Theodore Roosevelt's manager best energies in restoring harmony. In twentytwo years of age, and with the has issued a call to the peoplcof the the light of such facts should a Stan- exception of a short period, she passed United States, which is signed by the ford man be honored over him this her life in this community where she members of the. committee chosen in year. Are the Democrats willing to was held in the highest esteem and adChicago and also by followers of the forget so soon, such patriotic and un- miration, her many lovable traits makLion Hunter from forty states, for a selfish devotion to party principles. ing at all times warm and devoted convention to open in Chicage on Aug- Old Madison proposes to do her share friends. Indeed, she possessed a sunust 5th to choose candidates for presi- on election day and the leaders are ny and sympathetic disposition and will dent and vice president of the United predicting that Sullivan will not poll a long be remembered as a sweet and States. After reciting the call, which majority of less than 2,500, with a kindly young woman. Besides her husis a long one, all who are in sympathy possibility of 3,000. Madison is going band, Mrs. Tonge is survived by a with the movement are called upon to to give her favorite son a majority brother, Mr. Virgil McEIroy. The funassist in the sending of delegates to that will be difficult to overcome, for eral was largely attended by sorrowful convention. The famous edict issued locally we owe him a debt of gratitude relatives and sympathetic friends. A from Mount Sinai, "Thou Shalt Not and as democrats we are bound to him wilderness of flowers covered the grave Steal", is to be the slogan of the pro- for his loyalty in the past and his lib- mute tributes of love for the beautiful life gone out. Taylor Co Enquirer. posed party. erality both in time and money." The Library Extention Department of the Womans Club has a new set of books at Miss Arnold's Millinery store, and would be glad to have anyone interested to call and look over these The books and read any of them. children of the town are especially invited to read these books. The case of books will be opened every Wednesday county. There has for some, time since the of Judge Jere Sullivan for the democratic nomination for congress in this district been reports circulated in this locality to the effect that he would not carry his own county, Madison, and we regret to say that the majority of the people who circulated these reports were Madison county people. So persistent did they become that a Record man decided to investigate their reliability for himseif. With this object in view he went to Richmond and investigated thoroughly, interviewed a number of men who are in a position to know and are well posted, and in every instance the idea was laughed to scorn, and upon going further into the matter, we were satisfied that the reports were being maliciously circulated with the purpose of injuring Mr. Sullivan. We are surprised that if there are people in Madison county who oppose Judge Sullivan, and there doubtless are, that they would not have more county pride, more pride in a most distinguished son, one who has done so much for that county, than, to maliciously circulate reports away from home that have a tendency to injure, and too reports which are utterly without foundation, for we are fully satisfied that they are groundless, his lowest and most conservative majority was placed at 1000 and from that up to 3000 in Madison candidacy Mr. James Adams of Mt. Vernon Ky.' died in a Lebanon hospital this week and his remains were taken to Mt. Vernon for burial. Mr. Adams suffered an injury to one of his toes which rendered amputation necessary, blood poison resulted, which caused his death. Mr. Adams was formerly a resident of the Camp Dick Robinson section of this county and was a son of the late Thomas K. Adams. He has many friends in this county who will regret to hear of his untimely death. Gentleman of Old Type. JlIcL v J W. Sisal JLCli SEE ROMANS. Twine. J. Mr. Thomas B. Robinson, one of Garrard county's most prominent and popular citizens, was in town Friday and paid the Messenger office a most pleasant call. Mr. Robinson has served as sheriff of Garrard and is a leader in politics. He is a democrat of the old type and feels good over the nomination 'at Baltimore. Mr. Robinson is a leader in every movement for the betterment of his community and a man useful in many ways. He is a brother of our townsman, George B. Robinson, and a son of the late Col. Benj. F. iMrE fMiTrmMirE:EJrrlL'frUlBrrt; Robinson, so well known in Central Kentucky. Danville Messenger. Get Our Prices on the BEST Binder Hj. llJlfSjUlfi. HJljaj p Tonge. at 4 o'clock. Mrs. E. A. Tonge breathed her last at her home in Springfield Monday morning at 3 o'clock. Her death came after many weeks of- intense but patient suffering from that dread disease, tuberculosis, and while expected caused a severe shock and much sorrow wherever she was known. The heart of this community, where she was born and reared, seems to throb in sympathy with the stricken ones. The remains were brought to this place Tuesday at noon and upon their arrival were taken to the Baptist church where the funeral services were held, conducted by Rev. R. F. Jaudon, of this city, and - I Opticial Specialist The Well Known Cincinnati Optician. Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted. COMIN Dr. J. J. BYRNE. KRYPTOK Invisiable Bifocals, a Specialty. Fourteen Years Experience. All Work Guaranteed to give satisfaction. Reference and Testimonals, Furnished. Examination Free. Will be at Lancaster, Ky., At the Hospital Building on Danville Street. raUl ITtMrMfp3Jl';:rgJlTgMlr5lil AUGUST 5th to 17th. & 'rSmMfJlTrllir rUl TheCentral Record INCORPORATED. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Post Office iu Lancaster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Mall Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., July 12, 1912. Rates For Political Announcements For or For For For For 5 5.00 County Offices 10.00 State and District Offices 15.00 Calls,"per line 10 Cards, per line 10 all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 Precinct and City Offices ANNOUNCEMENTS For Congress. We are authorized to announce Jack Chinn a candidate for Congress in the eighth district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held August, 3rd, 1912. We are authorized to announce Hon A. Sullivan a candidate for Congress in the eighth district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held August 3rd, 1912. J. We are authorized to announce Har vey Helm as a candidate for Congress in the eighth district, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary to be held August 3rd 1912. For Commonwealth Attorney. We are authorized to announce Emmet Puryear as a candidate for Common weaun s attorney, bUDject to tne-- action of the Democratic party. The Record Is authorized to announce W. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candidate for the nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney, subject to the Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action We are of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of "Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the democratic party. C. We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomination of Assessor of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. B. Collier as a candidate for the nomination for assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Huffman for a candidate for assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the Democratic party. For School Superintendant. We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins as a candidate for School Superintendant for Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Jailer. r We are authorized to announce Jack Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Dave Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar rard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Magistrate. are authorized to announce John Ni White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the demecratic party. We. We are authorized to announce WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag istrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n H. Estes as a candidate for in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Mag-strat- e, democratic party. We are authorized to announce Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Tay lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag istrate in the second district of Gar rard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. MMUWfMIM hlnilin. mmmtmmt0mmirm w ittyamfOMWHj mt.ri A Short SttMHarY Of A Few Get out your whitewash brush, ehftf Co face it, Is contemplated wklng Of The JAMES ROBINSON. pen up your scythe end begin placing xait to wittiuraw irom tne nomination Most Salient Features Of The ReMr. James Robinson died at his home your house in order for tho reception which is already his, they then expect near Hubble in Lincoln county on the oi tne many strangers who enter our Mr. Roosevelt to step aside, and then cently Adopted Democratic evening of the 4th inst; his death can gates during fair time. The time is their idea is to place a compromise can be attributed to no disease, tho' there Platform. whom they short but the need is ureent, and let didate in the field, with has been for some time an indication us put up the very best possible appear hope to win. Tariff for revenue only. S3 of the slackening of life's engine, but Too late brothers, you have seen the ance, let us keep up our hitherto Vigorous enforcement of the criminal with that strength and energy which to avoid the will 1he splendid reputation for being a "city handwriting, but too late features of the anti-trulaw. has characterized his life, the splendid consequences. beautiful." Advocates State rights. old gentleman refused to give up and We announced early in the year that M Favors Income Tax and election of take his bed, and when the finaL sum Anyone holding to the opinion that we would have our annual fair, and sa con- United States Senators by the people. mons came, he was fully dressed and this announcement has never been con- Hon. William J. Bryan came in Publicity of campaign fund expendi- walking across his bedroom. tradicted by us, and our faith has nev- tact with a steam roller at the Chicago tures. Seventy years ago he united with er been shaken that we would have convention, from which conflict he Favors presidential preference prithe Christian church and has always emerged second best, if he will read one, Garrard county with her reputamaries and directs National Committee been an active member of that church. tion for giving one of the best stock the following extract from the dis- to provide for selection at primaries of After funeral services by his pb3tor, shows in the state, with her reputa- patches of the Columbus (Ohio) cor- next members of that body. Eld. D. M. Walker, at the home at tion for unbounded hospitality, with respondent to the Cincinnati Enquirer, Favors single presidential term and ten o'clock Saturday morning, his reher people anxious that they should will be immediately undeceived. .tomains were placed at rest in the Lan- S5 "In any person pretending to the pos- makes president ineligible to hold this annual event as usual, could caster cemetery. knowledge gives it out not afford to let a year pass without session of Favors efficient supervision of railMr. Robinson was born in Lincoln giving a fair. We never deemed it oraeulary that in the late fracas at Baltimore, Md., William Jennings roads and rates on railroads, express county, near Hubble, and but a short necessary to go into caucuses with our neighboring counties as to dates, as Bryan was run over by a steam roller, companies, telegraph, telephone & C distance from his late home, on May 8, we have always held our fair during had his tail feathers pulled out or lost and valuation by interstate Commerce 1825, being in his SSth year at the time of his death. In his younger days Mr. the last week of July, we announced his hold on the party, bet him one mil- Commission. &? yHf? &&? SO that we would pursue the same course lion dollars in pennies that he is a full Revision of banking laws looking to Robinson conducted a mercantile bussi this year, and we deemed this sufficient. brother to the monkey of the jungles. the furnishing of relief in case of iness in Lancaster, and later in Bryantsville where he wooed and wed Miss Notwithstanding this ample notice up- It is true, possibly, that William lost panics & C. Legislation looking to the preventing the consideration and respect of ceron our part, notice which should have been accepted in good faith until de- tain politicians whose little game he of flooding of lower Mississippi valley, National aid for post roads. nied, some of our neighboring coun- blocked most beautifully, but it is not Encouragement of agriculture and "us. true that he lost anything else. And ties will hold fairs to conflict with This we deplore but cannot help, we do not let any "one, however high his laws suppressing gambling in agricul hope they will make a success of brow may be, get away with the story tural products. Reorganization of civil service and theirs, as we hope to make of ours. that the bosses ran the convention. rigid enforcement. FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. The fair this year is under the auspi- That is one of Hon. Theodore RooseAgainst imperialiaism and foreign ces of the local lodge Knights of Py velt's hallucinations." Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect exploitation. thias, pushing, hustling, energetic clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. Preservation of rights of American .FAIR CATALOGUE gentlemen, one and all, with that old citizenship at home and abroad. experienced fair man, Robert L. Elkin Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong Now In Hands Of The Association. Favors parcels post and extension of at the helm as secretary, we expect to light. The catalogue for the great Lancas- rural delivery system. give one of the very best exhibitions Liberal system of pensions. ter K. of P Fair is now out, was pubever seen in Central Kentucky. Reaffirms the principles of democratic During the last few years there has lished by the Record and placed in the hands of the Association this week. platforms heretofore existing and conbeen a great influx of people from eastern Kentucky into Garrard county, It is minus the usual advertisements, cludes by saying; "Our platform is m m who came in and bought farms paying but what is far better, is replete with one of principles which we believe to therefor fancy prices; many of these splendid premiums which will surely be essential to our national welfare," of all citizens people had upon previous occasions attract tne nest string oi horses ever and invites county during the progress seen in the county. There are 62 rings, who believe in" maintaining unimpair visited this of the fair, and had been attracted by eacn one carrying gooa inducements in ed the institutions and traditions of our appearance of cleanliness and the way of premiums, over $1700. in our country." 'tJMXMrkJETQtJSrBJ thrift and had concluded that this was premiums oeing ottered, besides over 100 special premiums. Goy. McCreary Has Good Cause To Be The splendid B. F. HUDSON, President. a good country in which to live and J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. came back here and purchased farms citizens and merchants of the cities of ORGANIZED 1SS3. Favorable To Hon. Jere Sullivan and made this their permanent home. Paint Lick and Crab Orchard each conThus it may be seen that it pays to tribute premiums for a ring amounting Says The Danville clean up and make a tidy appearance, to $200. each, which shows what these Advocate. not only for cleanliness sake, but as an towns think about the Lancaster fair. OF LANCASTER, KY. Mr. T. M. Wilson, of Cave City will advertisement. Place your premises in The Danville Advocate has the folthe very best possible condition, cut the act as judge of horses in the saddle CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. P Class and Mr. Miller Ward, of Paris as lowing to say concerning Goy. weeds along the road, if not all over W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. gratitude to Hon. Jere Sulyour farm, '.and especially along, your judge of harness classes. Both of these outside fences beside the road; white- gentlemen are too well known to the livan, and gives very plausible reasons Sarah E. McDonald on June 5, 1856 W. O. RlGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walkek, Jr., wash fences, hang that old gate that citizens and in the fair rings of Central why the Chief Executive should favor and who yet survives him. Tiring of Kentucky to need an introduction, pursuits and yearning for Mr. Sullivan for the nomination for mercantile has been on one hinge so long, put The dinner which will be served will congress in the eighth district: the quiet farm life, in November 1857 away out of sight the machinery which Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. include everything known to the far he disposed of his holdings and pur"Gov. James B. McCreary is one of you have finished with for this year, get it out of your front premises and-- famed cuisine of Old Kentucky dinners, the most appreciative democrats in chased and moved to the farm upon S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Kentucky. His long career of success which he died. To this necleus he adunder shelter, where it should be, and spring chicken being a leader. Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. secretary iMKin rras engaged a num and political achievements are said to ded other land and until a few years do everything that will lend to the aty ber of attractions and as the be very largely due to his spirit of ap- ago was one of the largest land owners tractiveness of your premises during is Bob's long suit, it maybe expected to preciation and gratitude. Last year in Lincoln county, but with the enthe one gala week of the year. be right up to the minute. The pros after an insult to democracy had been croachment of age he felt that his pects are flattering beyond all expecta hatched up at Stanford, which jeopar- vast holdings were too much for his We are fully cognisant of the fact that the pathway of the average city tions, and we are surely going to have dized Gov. McCieary's chance of suc- strength and he disposed of his land Saxton's band is to cess, Hon. Jere Sullivan took off his down to the original farm of 350 acres, councilman is not strewn with roses, the best ever. furnish the music, and everybody knows coat and went to work like a Trojan to to which he gave his active attention and far be if from us to make life any what kind of music "old Sax" hands weld the party together. Five months and managed in person up to the day more miserable for them than- - it of a out. Come out everybody and hear it he spent in this work. That his efforts of his death. necessity already is, but there a few A strong, upright, conscientious man, bore fruit was exemplified in one of things in Lancaster which could be PUBLIC SCHOOLS. OF LANCASTER. the grandest victories the Democratic active in church work, active in the easily remedi d, and which undoubtedly should have attention. The most ur- Opened Monday Under Auspicious Circum party has ever achieved in Kentucky. welfare and advancement of the comCapital Although the insult which disturbed the munity in which he dwelt, he held the gent need of the city is some action upstances and Prospects are for party was started at Stanford, the unstinted respect of his neighbors and on the part of the council in the matter A. R. DENNY, President. home town of Congressman Harvey the entire countryside. Always an una Prosperous Year. of the telephone franchise. Surely compromising democrat, even in his adJ. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. Helm, little did he do to bring about they have had ample time to apply The public schools opened up Monday harmony and success in November. vanced years he'never failed to go to S. C. DENNY. Cashier. some remedy to this most crying need. r. R. T. Embry, F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. If this matter is not soon brought to a throughout the county. The attendance He contributed less to the state cam- the polls and cast his vote for the nomJ. focus by the city fathers, they are "go- was auove tne average and the pros paign fund than any other democratic inees of his party. Notwithstanding ing to be confronted with no end of pects are good for a prosperous school congressman in Kentucky, although un- his strong party feeling, he never der the circumstances he should have sought or cared for public office, rather Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. trouble, an inkling of which we have year. been the largest contributor. Under preferring the simple farm life in the We wish to sound right here a note heretofore hinted in these columns. : WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. What is the need of further delay in of warning to the parents of the county; such circumstances, who blames Gov. bosom of his family to the hurly, burly this matter? It seems to us that there me truant law is not intended tor a McCreary for being favorable to Judge busy political or mercantile life. LivSamual D. Cochran, AIx R. Denny, J. II. Posey. J. E. has ample time elapsed in which this joke, it is intended to redeem Ken- Sullivan. Does not such a policy show ing out more than four score years, a Stormes, S. C. Dnny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. matter might have been taken up and tucky from illiteracy, to force her the McCreary spirit the same spirit life seldom vouchsafed, he lived to see his children grow up about him, bedisposed of. Another matter is the im- children to take advantage of the ed- which characterised him through his provement of the water works system, ucational facilities which at great ex- long career and made him the idol of come prosperous, and in turn rear famifor which bonds were voted last Nov- pense has been provided for them, Kentucky. Every mad who believes lies of their own, each and every one-o- f ember. The year has reached its mer- and which though it may take time, in Gov. McCreary should be for Judge them becoming useful men and women idian and not a stone turned in this trouble and money and may create Sullivan, fo to him more than to any in their respective communities, surely METAL Citizens, taxpayers, people some hard feelings, will nevertheless other man in Kentucky the democratic will the Master greet him with the welmatter. administration at Frankfort owes a come words "Well done thou good and who voted the money for this improve- be enforced. The law provides that StiIHGlES, ment, are constantly importuning us to the absence of pupils shall be reported debt of gratitude for the splendid vic- faithful servant, enter into thy reward." by the teacher to the trustees, and in tory last November." know when they may expect to see the Besides his wife, Mr Robinson is surcity council begin this work. We are turn to the Superintendent, who will il'-'-jUsed in ever increasing M vived by seven children, twenty three Great Mass Of Proof. make a rigid investigation as to the unable to answer. Minor matters grandchildren and two great grandquantities, because the roofs which need attention, the park, a veri- absence of the pupil, and if it is found Reports of 30,000 Cases of Kidney children. The children are James B. table disgrace, fence leaning and al- to be the inexcusable fault of the Trouble, Some of Them Lancaster Robinson, president American Manufacr?Sr put on 26 years ago are as most down, benches dilapidated and parent or guardian, rigid steps will be Cases. turing Co., Chattanooga, Tenn., Jacob broken, grass worn and unkept, land a taken in the matter. good as new y, BHSRpr and have J&yrj Each of some 6,000 newspapers of A. and John C. Robinson of Danville We publish herewith a list ot various resting place for truant urchins, white the United States is publishing from and Joseph E. Robinson. County Attor-o- f yKSr never needed repairs. and black and stray dogs, to the con- schools of the county with their re- week to week, names of people in its Garrard county and Mrs M. L. Lipsspective teachers: stant annoyance of people around the Don't put on that roof fjgr ) particular neighborhood, who have used comb of Columbia Mo., Mrs William Educational Division No. 1. square who are endeavoring to work: and recommended Doan's Kidney Pills Tewmey of Boyle county and Mrs. Jas. M until you see them. Pleasant Hill, Mr. T. B. Colton; Aside from this, the park is a disgrace kidney backache, weak kidneys, McKechnie of Hubbte. The Record Miss Emma Sowers; Sycamore for to the city in the eyes of every strangbladder troubles and urinary disorders. er who comes to town, and whose eyes Valley, Stella Hendren; Beazley school, This mass of proof includes over 30,000 joins with a multitude of friends in extending sympathy to the entire family Ocie Dudderar; Herring school, Lizzie it is the first object to meet. testimonials. Lancaster is no excep- in their bereavement. And the drinking fountain for horses Bettis; Orchard Grove, Mrs. Ruby tion. Here is one of the Lancaster take it down-o- r turn on the water. For Hendricks; West Point, Miss Myrtle Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. W. M. Zanone, Canal & Orchard Sts, HELM FLUNKED. goodness sake, for humanity's sake do Ruble; Mason school, Margaret O'Hearn Lancaster. Ky., says: "I can speak not leave it there dry to disappoint Division No. 2. highly of Doan's Kidney Pills, as they every thirsty horse that goes there Bryantsville, Miss Bessie Singleton; Fell Down At liberty in Joint Debate have proven excellent in my case. They seeking a drink, an idle toy to be dis- Hickman, Miss Lucretia Skinner; With Hon. Jere Sullivan. do all that is claimed for them. My carded when the new has worn off. Miss Alice Scott; Buena Vista kidneys were disordered and the kidney Miss Katie Carpenter; Polly's Bend, (Danville Advocate) Prospects were never more brilliant Miss Brunett Arnold; Bourne, Miss secretions were irregular in passage contained sediment. I had pains in my A prominent Casey county citizen for democratic success in a presidential Cora Langdon; Sunnyside, Miss Bettie race. The nomination of Wilson and Scott; Rice Academy, Miss Tracie back and sides and when I stooped, I tells the Advocate that Congressman Marshall grows more popular every day Hutchins; Rice's Bend, Miss Cora had difficulty ia straightening. Finally Harvey Helm. made a flunk at Liberty a few who thought they" had grievan- B. Hurt; Locust Grove, Miss Virgie I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they last Monday in the joint debate with I, H. S. Christopher, as administrator the door and good spring house'right in completely relieved me of my trouble." Hon. Jere Sullivan. He evidently for- of Wm. Christopher, deceased, will on the yard; never failing stream of water ces immediately following the conven- Carter. for stock. For sa)e by all dealers, Price 50 got part of his speech and goaded by Division No. 3. tion, are coming to think bettei of it At the same time and place I will lm. the charges made by his opponent, be- Thursday, July 25th, 1912 Walker School, Miss Minnie Johnson; cents. and are expressing their intention of sell all the personal property consisting Buckeye, Miss Maud Scrivner; Spoon came mad and carried on violently, cheerfully supporting the nominee; the Beginning at 1 o'clock p. m. of 2 good work Horses, 2 Sows and Figs smacking his hands in a strange manwork of starting the campaign is rap- ville, Mr. J. A. Arnold; Scott's Fork Spend Your Vacation At The farming implements, etc, good two ner and yelling out, making a big Sell to the highest bidder the farm of idly takeing tangible shape, all the Miss Jennie Dickerson; Gunn Chapel, Christopher, deceased, contain horse wagon and good hay frame, wagnoise. Our informant says to his candidates who were before the conven Miss Ruth Ray? Bradshaw school, Miss World's Famous sonal knowledge at least one hundred ing 93J acres, located at Buena vista, on and plow gear, household and kitchZula Calico; Teatersville, Miss Katie tion are anxious to yield earnest men who had before the speaking been Garrard County, Ky., on the Burgin en furniture and one good piano. their successful rival, every- Dickerson; Bradshaw Mills, Miss Oak-ne- y Any one desiring to look at the farm inclined to Helm openly declared them- -' and Dix River turnpike, right at the Cotton. body is working in harmony and a rostomce ana in signt oi uiree cimrai-Hel- before day of sale, can call on me at Congressman DivisipN No. 4. selves for Sullivan. good old fashioned democratic victory is in sight. declared he had not promised' 8R and. a good school. This farm is premises and I will be glad to show Bethel, Miss Panie Clark; Carters-vill- Seven varieties of Water Chalybeate, Upon the other hand, look at our reMr. E. E. Estridge: Union, Mr. Salt Sulphur. Crab Orchard, Magnesia, any jobs, although it is generally know'Iocated in the best agricultural district same. Remember tl at this property MUST publican brethren, rent in twain as by Silas Baird; Harmon's Lick, Miss Dora etc. Electric Lights, Swimming Pool, that George Willis, of Shelbyville, is ' in the county, and is in a good state of grow good be sold to wind up the estate of said de a cyclone, a house divided against itself, Douglass; Baker school, Mrs. Eliza Ice Plant and all other improvements. canvassing the district, pleading with cultivation; well adapted to and everyone knows what then happens Ogg; Manse, Miss Allie Hendren; Stony thft voters t.n snnnort Hflm. as TTplm'n ' tobacco, hemp corn and wheat. Every ceased. Terms made known on day of sale. Teddy threatening to run to detract Point, Miss Mary A. Barr; Lawson Rates $2. per day; $8., $10. and $12. defeat means his defeat. Citizens in acre can be cultivated. The improve-almoments consist of a good seven-roofrom Taft's or add to Wilson's strength school, Miss Nellie King; Copper Creek per week. Rates by month according every county are making a fight H. S. CHRISTOPHER, and now a petition signed by office hold Mr. Ben Evans; Woodvine, Mr. F. to location. Children under 12 and for the Congressman on the ground ' frame dwelling house, in good repair Administrator of Wm. Christopher, ers from every state in the Union who Harmon Smith; Hullett school, Mr. nurses, half jprice. For reservation that they will be taken care of if with all necessary out buildings which I are a" EOd, A ;No. 1 good cistern at A. T. Scott, Auct. see defeat inevitable this fall, and fear Benj. Sipple. write J. B. WILLIS, Sec Crab Orchard Helm wins, ESS T. tt For $1.50 Par Beiion We sell you I st .1 1 made and GURANTEE every drop P of it. Best Paint H H f i n it H - Son. p 'M0mm&&&Mi(3m mimmmsmimimm R. R 111 McRoberts tf& Wire Drawn Tungsten BLB0TRI6 LAMPS. . 1 STORMES DRUG STORE I M I . e Citizens National Bank r- - Mc-Crear- Book-Keepe- r. 1 mid-wa- THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. $Surp!us 25,000. " Book-Keepe- t 4 CORTRIGHT iihr Jy Jm to-da- sJfficsiT An-tioc- h, jM) 'f ff7jYffi' U A Lin-denda- le, Administrator's Sale. sup-por- to Crab Orchard Springs T m e, st m s I?"'' A- - " S 'Tit r ."rt t'? JL '. 553S .. ,.t- - - , , . . - ... . . J.Mra hi. in. - - p- -, ,, . ,iii,-.- p. im.il,! , ii i. r rn innw-nn- r ii n iin.i t TTrr"" - " ZZZ33 " " '1 m m- -ii .T iiizzzzi m r r it 1 m ma ir j in r" . 'h -- 7mill jffnTTrrr-- r ? SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, July 14th. 4k I $1.30 I JLSSS Trip Round Round Trip I XRr LH JMBg5S3PiTImiig I Earning VI nn Air Making a I a YRy j 1 --- inat i 3 -- t L, V6 . im!" declared the little stenographer. 'Last Wednesday evening I discovered, to my amazement, that Croesus HHHHHHiMBIIHHBMBII and I are in the same class." "Tell me about jt," said the bookSPECIAL TRAIN keeper. "The firm profits so greatly by our Invaluable services that we are entitled to relax a little in busi-ne- s hours." ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. "It was the Ladtes' Aid society," explained the lltUe stenographer. "About a month ago the president requested each one of ua to bring five dollars to be earned by our Individual efforts. The money was to be proOffice Phone 31 vided In one month from that day. It Residence Phot (Trade Mule Reentered ) was for a special purpose and we all promised that we'd do as requested. MEANS MORE MILK LANCASTER. KY. from the cow, "There aren't many other girls in that society. They're mostly married ,AND MORE MONEY women. So they talked and talked 'for tha fanner and wondered how on earth they could down Hie throat of a "capey" chicken destroys the worms earn five dollars apiece. They went TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE and saves the chick's life. A on that way for two hours after the few drops in the drinking water meeting was over. You see, they weren't supposed to bring any money CURES and that was given them so they couldn't PREVENTS GAPES ask their husbands to help them. white diarrhoea, roup, cholera "Well, last Wednesday evening the and other chick diseases. month was up. Of course, I just took One 50c Bottle of a five dollar bill that I'd saved from my last check, so I was perfectly safe. We have moved to East Water street If I hadn't earned it myself I wouldn't have been able to bring itl Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. tuc yAY ro eurtr cm. one and block East of Lexing"We got there rather early every Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of Manufectnred by this medicine on hand. Write for free sample ton avenue. All orders called for and one was anxious to see if every one CARPENTER-MORTOCOMPANY and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, else had brought five dollars. And oh, delivered. Phone 340. Lexington, K. Btwtoa, Wass,, u. 3. A.. BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY, they looked so worn out and tired, and some of them even looked cross! R. E. McRoberts & Son. Sold by HASELDON BROS. "When the meeting began we all la. ltf. Faulkner, fllgr. began to tell how the money was earned and that's what gives me my i wealthy sensationl S5 reE3JC35ggg33rgjragg 3S22S3532S3i&S3 "You know Mrs. Ward. Her husband owns nearly half the city, I believe, and she haB all sorts of motor cars and wears orchids all winter! Well, she brought only ?4.30! She was almost in tears about it and she ry$ offered to give the other 70 cents, if they'd let her, out of her husband's money. Everybody was anxious to hear why she'd failed to earn the full amount What do you suppose she'd done? Pressed her husband's trou-Jj& sers! jr: jrt. ur&& . 'S. "She said she had started right in .?.-"VTJ for she could charge only ten cents a pair and she knew there were only thirty days in a month. So she huntA. v --ed up all the trousers her husband w owned and pressed them the first day. r'r. Then each day she pressed the pair he had worn the day before and then she tried to persuade him to change . C f 5?B his trousers at noon sometimes so she 1 fcl could press two pairs a day, but he rewsat-i- i tl. C H SI fused. She was counting up the days, and at the rate she was going she Ky. Louisville, couldn't possibly get the five dollars " " '" , I I1 'V '" fc TO ALL WHO MAY READ THIS: before the month was up! She made him pay her each day. Finally, near am glad of this opportunity to make a public statement of the great the end, in despair, she took all the I received medicines, as it may be from CHARLIE p pairs of trousers out of the closet again and, finding, she said, that they s, the means of putting someone on the right road who is suffering as I did. were a little wrinkled from hanging s For five years my stomach gave me considerable trouble and was grad-- i so long, she pressed them once more. was losing weight rapidly, going down ually getting worse all the time. It was that performance that ended her earning powers. Her husband said 5 from 159 lbs. to 128; could eat very little and what I did eat would not do me that a tailor was cheaper and did the 3 any good; then to make matters worse, rheumatism developed and I was in work better. father-in-law- , I Mr. "Mrs. Cullen you know, she gives 5 as bad shape as could possibly be and live. Finally my presents worth hundreds of dollars to - Moreland, and I am prevailed on me to go see CHARLIE WHITE-MOOthe church every little while. She took his advice. My improvement was gradual from the time I ; very glad fairly keeps it running at times. Well, started with the roots and herbs. My appetite came back, I began taking on she sold magazine subscriptions! She said that she found all her friends alweight, could rest well at night, and now my health is as good as it ever ready were subscribers for all the when was. I always insist on my friends going to CHARLIE WHITE-MOOmagazines she had for sale. Finally she had to canvass the streets, and in neea oi meaicme. yet in order to make up the five dolW. R. COMSTOCK, 1722 West Jefferson Street,' Louisville, Ky. lars she was compelled to sell three subscriptions to herself and then give P. S.: I gained about 14 lbs. in two months, taking away the magazines! We couldn't deouuscnoea ana sworn to rjeiore me tms, tne lotn aay or April, imz. My k cide whether that was fair or not. commission expires January 24, 1914. F. B. COTTNER. W. K. COMSTOCK "Mrs. Briggs painted place cards! Deep dou n in every human heart lies a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S medicines, Roots & Herbs. Too long She said she spent most of the have the secretsof nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded God's promises. Modern doctors think month in wondering what to do, and only of "operations" &. htronir dru-'s- . while human suflerimr & deaths from disease increase rnniillv wwr just a few days hefore last WednesHealth is natural, disease unnatural. My years of experience as a Cow-bo& among the Indians gi e me a peculiar fitness & knowledge of the powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured & are curing Blood day she learned that a special friend Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism. Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & of hers was giving a luncheon. So j Stomach Troubles that w ere pronounced incurable by the best doctors. I want to PROVE this to the world & to she told the friend that she'd paint anyone asking, I will mail the greatest book of its kind ev,er published, entitled "THE COW-BOHERBALIST," place cards at 25 cents each! In ig?vArVJe-r-1 ,If ytm are not c,,iovi,,S lie blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you f norance, her friend took her offer, and iiu i.ii.i3 ui jjjuuii iJiuiiiuijy iiieit:ii. she brought the place cards to show. Herbs, makes She had to lauj'h. at it herself, for aj v "t.uniiic, mm uvunt wuniiis, costs oniy one aouarcr is UUHKSUX 1 liHD to satis fv she'd never painted a thing in her life or v,oney refunded. is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS jv oir.uu.iiiu jor ine venvs. stnnacli. hvci . kidne-LS- . bowels, bladder & blond. A hnnsrhnld r013tft timet before and she thought those simple ifyHr drugs' hasn't got it or won't get it, WILL FILL YOUR little things would be awfully easy! (JAJlA.i lUlstytl!, 1 fills There was a little red hill she had SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR just three color paints and didn't HUMAN SAIN ONL ) , guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded, ioc or 3 bars 25c at all dealers. Retail, who know what to mix for other colors are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. and on the red hill was a yellow house with blue trimmings. Those were the three colors and all the embellishments were of the same colors. They were "Mrs.Bradway 1b a dear little old woman who Just, drives around and looks sweet and 'dainty and "goes to church. She mafe a contract with her son to weed his whole lawn for five dollars! "Actually, when it got to me to tell how I earned my five dollars I really felt ashamed that I'd done it so easily it didn't seem r'ght! So Miss Brown, who is studying 1 luslo and has a time making ends met t, and I went into a corner and hid v hile we listened. For she had earned 1 er" money easily, too just took the iVe dollara paid her for one Sunday's elnging in the choir! SUCH AS. "I wonder if all rich people feel sort of mean and incapable when they see other people 5v0rking!" Chicago "I never before realized how rich I J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. HaMHinHnHaHanBaBiHHi and Embalmer Cow- - base Lancaster one-ha- lf BourbonPoultryCure Dry Cleaning Co N iiiiKJoa IK ajiuui,! iseases. The & There were only five men in the smoking car by the time the train had 1 passed Three Fork station, and they were all business men connected with some eastern or western house. No. 52 was not a popular train, and they took it simply because each had business engagements or schedules that must be followed. The train had Just spun through a wide, arid waste, leaving behind clouds of alkali dust. The five men were grouped together, pretty well talked out on general subjects, and each ready for a little excitement, when one of them pointed out of the window. "See those foothills over there? Just a few months ago, they caught "Red Bert' there. He held up a train near here, and shot the engineer and an express agent." Then it was that a little insignificant chap who had Joined them fifty miles back, by his card a representative of a small beef concern, ruffled the nerves of the five travel weary men In a way he had not before. The little drummer, Blake, nodded his bald head, and started in to relate Home some of his exploits and went on: "You bet I wouldn't lay down for no man that walks here in the west or anywhere. Most of you fellows are from the east, I take it, and go through to the coast; but I do business round these parts; and I've mixed with bad men in bad places, and I've never laid down, hut I've made some of them do it." He lit a cigar with a air. The others said little, though one or two winked slyly, but all were of the same mind evidently; for when the conversation had ended, thoroughly killed by Blake, they drifted together in another part of the coach, after Blake had gone back into one of the self-satisfi- t, mmHs - rrr t .- r-- -- w..i f r r. - 1 n iwh -f.iwji xniiif.iBgaaqifcMcs -- - ---- -- , We Loan Money only on gilt-edsecurity, we pay 3 per cent on time deposits and are always ready and willing to oblige depositors. When you want your banking business attended to in a perfectly satis ge I I mlfy - 'AlrwIWSsm JE k-a- TsJS factory manner try an account with this bank. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company. W. O. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Phone 33. Office Phone 18. Lancaster, Ky. MICHELIN Quick Detachable Clincher Iff m M - ik lc says so, fix 5.. "itif it roven every rs3!"y by WHITEMOOH, the Cow Boy Herbalist Jrcaavay, t PI WHITE-MOON'- S them exclaimed heatedly. The others concurred. "This is a deadly tiresome ride. Can't we get up a little excitement, and make him the goat?" another asked, eager for some excitement. They sat -- in thought for a few moments, then a young member of the group spoke p. "I've got it! We ought to make a regular Jack of him to pay him for that hot air, and take some of the swelling out of him. What do you say to this? One of you go back and fix up klnda rough, you know, some old duds, get a gun, and while the train's going slow up the ridge, come in and hold the bunch up!" Brownell, an engineer, was to be the robber, because he was carying a rough suit of clothes for mountain worfe "Say, but that little pup gave me one gigantic pain. If he saw a bad man, he'd crawl down his shirt to get out of sight. He don't know a gun from a hole in the ground," one of rear coaches. IMy FULL ROUND SHAPE M8V4S 01gg$l M k STRONG RESILIENT DURABLE WW Plliltir M&0Br Easily Fits Any Quick Detachable Rim No Tools Required IN STOCK BY I I N .up The train stopped at a watering station, then began the long hard pull over the Ridge. In the smoker all were reading earnestly except Blake who was looking out the window. Suddenly a door opened and slammed, and a masked figure stood before them. "Hands zup!" rang out, sharply Intonated. Every pair of hands went meekly up; Blake's face was a picture of surprise. The masked f gure came along to each one, and obediently they yielded C C. & J. E. Stormes. SANETY X" - J A1 . J j!& 3 s isv?5' &rr- m Sanety Fruit their worldly goods. As the robber passed in frcnt of Blake, he, too. COM-CEL-SA- y vr Y '- -- . .iuw, " "''""" w((r59ER j COM-CEL-SA- R e,?ff!rbrJ?c$JFJffi''S'1' I gave up his cash. "Aw, come on there Fat," one oi the men sang out; "he's a bad un give it to him!" A Toar of laughter went up Brownell slipped off his mask, exposing a grin that went from ear to ear. "Shut down on. the hot air. Beef," he said; "and don't come butting In on the conversation of gentlemen unless you're asked." Blake was BtcMng out of the window; he turned, and in a flash he and stood in the al5?e, gimlet-eyegrim, holding in his hand a black big Colt not the toy' In his case. "Quick! hand over that rtoon," his words sizd iI5 0s SV aiBi fc. Hi Jars Sanicap Tops fe3&3741BB EXTRA WIDE MOUTH Please try this jar. It will meet your approval. Extra wide mouth and sanitary. Ifyour grocer has none in slock, insist on his gelling them for you. le ;,Jr&V zled. FOR High Class Stationery ; Visiting Cards, Announcements, Monogram Paper, Embossed Letter Heads and Envelopes. SEE started at him with an angry oath. Tha gun spat at him, and the tall figure collapsed into a seat. As if In answer ahead and back ,of the smoker, echoed sharp reports. Blake stopped 'and rifled Brownell's pockets, and then one by one he went to the dazed, dumbfounded men. The train was at a standstill. Blake passed at the end of the car. "That was clever, and I went you one better. I'm the rear thing. The next time you meet a little insignificant cuss like me who', wants to entertain you with a few yarns take off your hats!" He vanished. When out of thB confusion came order, and a doctor had brought Brownell around and dressed the slight wound on his s'joulder, the silent group of men took notes and thought together. "It's a regular, planned hold-up- ; they had a man In each car. When Daily News. they reached a certain spot, that was gi to be the signal, that was why Blake And Nttie of This. was rubbering out of the window, and "I saw a man today ia court who In threw the bluff that he was scart; , his work has'-jusfmaterial to burn." but when he got there he well, you "What's his specialty ?" know," the youngx-fellosaid, mourn "He's a firebug.' fully. really-'unlqu- or" Brownell "I want that mofi-- It's my joke, now! .Also, ask for Sanicap Tops for your old-styMason jars. They are cleaner and more sanitary. Your Grocer can get these jars through Curry, BrownS Snyder, Lexington, Ky. I Notice! Poultry Raisers for yean and tliakit the bet "I have pied Redgs Mb Katie Biyant. Bankovrn. Ky.. poultry remedy made. 1 1 cures gapes and limtemeck without fad. dropped down the blllol a apu3 Recipe 4-- 1 Will Coomea. Bardatown. Ky.. says: "One drop of chicken kills the worm and reHeres the chick instantly, his the best preyentiYe I batterer used. CURES Cholera. Gaoes. limberneck. Roup, Canker,, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry roBu.vo07r wk Mfg. and Guaranteed by B 4-11- -44 J. Robt. Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Price 50c at all Drelstj. SOLO BY R. E. McRoberts & Son. A Peek Into His Pocket Parson's Poem A Gem. THE CENTRAL RE60RD Ask For Samples. would show the box of Bucklen.s Arni ca Salve that E. S. Loper, a carpenter of Marilla, N. Y. always carries." I have-nevhad a cut, wound, bruise or sore it would not soon heal," he writes Greatest healer of burns, boils, scalds, chapped hands and lips, fever-sorej eczema, corns and piles 25c. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm er s, skin-eruption- s, From Rev H. Stubenvoll, Allison, la. in praise of Dr King's New Lifa Fills "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 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered In Piano Contest. I VOTE FOR. lm j.?r lfZ -. "jfct36& vSajg g'JT1 nsi ' .rf n E s - MK VJ1 EJ3Bi3fe'irKwH 'nJM n Sl &&&& KSgEgSSStgfa .Zi'x Efe3sS--?W!i ?&fy:S3&m f. T.iirDJr A t55nx rr i&mt tmms sfefsfeH : Kan SBfcSgg It? PSK 12S"VH j f - J 6S vZ . ": T'S-S'- 'VI' . - l.t. -- - ..S3 j :: :s.t :&&&&. V5T- M'S?: ?!& tmy$r ir mi ill wffl m sj!Sx ggUfffi crm. JULY Free ATTRACTION CON &i& lips S 11 fpSH n a L il7 SS53 S ISi Ifai feH Bsa ,"d.srs 24th ttiiiflB i 1 WW P P zL$L i in iusgsaiLjig B2g 3E22f3sssasess! 1 ifflFrtgaga ay fill isyriyivj-ij"-j!jg'waHMi- 9 Qi hjJjl. SEATING r"fe B&a m&y tk -111 1 323 n J. n I AND ss - ON slisli For Garrard o CAPACITY OF 'jf ts-- y S - ii H louiNij; & raraass Every DAY. if ksMfk w& B ign-.-'i- " t i jS. . Ff j W z Fra s'. r "TirnnrriirTiiia- -r ""iMw.ira' NEW mm Tin H ill I iJll A A r, r -- at.r. !2a Bif-&r4. t.Tfc .iv.;,- - wS-- r . --r- . - . v , . DAZZLING fets -- 1IU hi! . tWi J-":g-i-- .IKt, it ... .Vai-i - to- - lJ&tB1- - ' ltrdE .MIDWAY AND "fi Bi SADDLE Mi, . AMPHITHEATER INCREASED. asK?- 3 S'rw???r rw y.V' " - - Al', .- y - ' . 'A J V s. J""' "Si. FREE ATTRACTIONS. .-I- 10s x 3 K Harness Eings. vmmmmmetm 1iZ Pony BIngs, I If L?' 7 4 ' y??e JM r . 5Lr9?i' i-- tll r: a iTrfZOVi iriis'- ?? 5".? iwiLv - .iS2S5-i- 2S2F45nir?.7i a;?!w il -- ;: ?3E it ' i- -. ?" ? .. Rings F LIBERAL PREMIUMS. :?KSSfeJ3 aaAar" KPpEsy teA asse Baerr -- spt - .. af 'v-- ' GOOD MUSIC. Ls aiffiEgaasaraTiaf yTii ,, Kt o? v 7 : js: gss -- E B JiaBB & imt--CMZza53B- rytaca ATTRACTIONS i t - tf ALU JtvU R. U This is the Eighth Annual Fair and will be better than any X Previous Exhibition. Premium List Out July 10th. " !XT "t m:- - 'j it - J. " Tj.1- -' ft BBrtZLEY, Pres. . " J &1T3 &t L ELKIN, Secy J- - - '"&?. 3 - . f MCfTVWWMMlMMtfWriWw ,T'?tHr'a r? MMBWCMIMM9 - '! miiimi ., wwi ii mi i jmw wiimnnuMMW wxwiXIWWP IIWMJU V ft BJ2Y:ii ; wn Go The Prices On "White Embroideries and Flouncing. Patterns worth $2.00 to $2.50 going - i, - --" - at $1 9 $1.25 i Z"1--'" in,"f "i Values Ranging from to $1.75 at 98d M&ga8&&i!i!t&iXi ft 1 ''" "'"'''-- $ z::-u'r- . t.-'.- .' I SSBBgfa&Sy&aa,,??- - Flounces that sold at $1.00 reduced to 69C. A 50c pattern will have to go at 9c. THE L,adies Outfitters. S3 JOSEPH. MERCANTILE I COMPANY I J See Window Display and Table Values, w I V 8 lUUn 3 v -f - Please call and settle at once. We need the money. J. h3 R. MOUNT, SON CO. Co Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance fttenSion Farmers. Q n 3 n w 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. a o' 3 o KEMPER & WOODS, Garnett Kemper. PAINT LICK, KY. R. G. Woods. Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. & Iri HARTFORD, m Aetna, National Of Hartford. We Write Any Kind of INSURA at Office . Phone National Bank. ICE BEAZLEY & COLLIER or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Lancaster Colored AUGUST H Ml I Lancaster, H V-Pre- s, 9th 2 & 10th, '12 JAS. B. WILLIAMS.Sec W. H. HARRIS, Pres. JAMES HOOD, -- f- - h a.;' Take Any Beam You like r j 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. siti 1 ir-jl.ir4fe,Sl' Kentucky. m SirssauSli .I ' K mmmmim mmmmi m c ? C f Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting them here. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. gaSwg i jrjfiifi', iiruTlym , ?AJjatVy' Miss Mary Doty is at home after a pleasant visit in Richmond. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Zan Robinson has returned from a Goings by Those it Are Interested In. visit to relatives in Hustonville. Floyd Swope of Lexington is here Miss Virginia Bourne was a guest of mingling with friends and relatives. the i tection to your premises both from Miss Martha Raney, of Stanford. Mrs. Crickett Coyle, of Richmond, danger of trespassing hunters and the Everett Spitler of Crab Orchard, has been visiting Miss Mary Rankin. depredations of all classes of pot huntwas a visitor in Lancaster Friday. Mrs. Osee Boyle Sisk is in Cincin- ers, both fishermen and hunters, who Mrs. Marth Gaines, of Stanford, is nati visiting Mr. and Mrs. Chales Scott are wont to wander at will over your farm, ruthlessly discharging fire arms the guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. G.Gaines. Miss Rpssip Rrnwn will eo to Shelbv. to the imminent peril of your stock, ' Miss Mamie Bastin is in Lexington vie tomorrow for a visit to Miss Susie tearing down fencing and annoying you of her aunt Mrs. C. Pepper. Braig. in various other ways. The passage Mrs. W. L. Herndon and attractive Prof. Elliott of Frankfort made a and the contemplated enforcement of little daughter Anna Mae are the guests short stay with his mother Mrs. Milton this law will carry with it an expendiof Capt. and Miss Annie Herndon. ture of a goodly amount of money, Elliott; is to be raised by license money-whicSam Harris, of Louisville, is here Mrs. Herbert Gulley, of Lexington, on hunters, supplemented by fines ariswith his parents, Judge and Mrs. E. is with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Daing fron violations of the law. This W. Harris. vid Ross. money will be expended for the securMrs. S. D. Cochran and daughter Miss LaVerne Nevius and brother ing of efficient and competent game Miss Lillian have been visiting StanJames have been in Stanford visiting wardens. Garrard county should have ford relatives. one of the best in the state, because of relatives. Mrs. V. A. Lear and children have the fact that Dix river, the very best Miss Mae Perkins Tate of Somerset been in Stanford visiting Mrs. W. S. bass stream without exception, lies alis the guest of Misses Pearl and Kath-erin- e Fish. most wholly in this county. Ham. But granted that sufficent revenue Miss Lucile Cooper, of Stanford, was Misses Stella and Christine Brown can "be secured to get a good man for Miss Angie Kinnairds guest the past are in Kirksville with their sister Mrs. the position and a good man can be seweek. cured, his hands will be tied without Miss Mabel Mason, of Richmond, will David Jones. your he will be powerless Miss Loretta Taylor left last week be the guest of Miss Fannie West next unless you lend him your assistance in week. for a visit to friends and relatives Jn the matter of bringing the violators to Mesdames M. D. Hughes and Osee Williamsburg. justice. What is asked and desired is Mesdames J. T. Holtzclaw and R. S. that you post your premises against Huffman were with Stanford relatives Brown were visitors at the Dripping both hunters and fishermen, allow no Eriday. Tuesday. hunting unless with your permission Miss Margaret Hocker, of Stanford, Springs Miss Helen Thurman and friend Mr. and then only to people whom you can is the guest of her aunt, Mrs Mattie II. E. Thomas of Horse Cave, are readily trust. If your land lies along Duncan. the river, under no circumstances perguests of Mrs. U. D. Simpson. Miss Bernie Lear has returned after mit seining or dynamiting, and better Mrs. Charles Hardesty has returned a pleasant vimt to relatives and friends still do not allow people who you know to her home in Taylorsville, after visitin Madison. are addicted to these practises to come' ing her aunt Mrs. James House. upon your premises for the purpose of Mrs. Josephine Taylor, of Madison Misses Frankie Doty and Willie Gor fishing under any pretense. If you county, is here visiting her daughter, don Traylor of Richmoud have been the suspect that seiners are at work, imMrs. A. F, Sanders. guest of Miss Jennie Lawrence. mediately telephone to the game warMiss Mary Hamm, of Newby, will den, and if he prove inaccessible at the Mrs. James Dalton and daughter arrive this week to visit her sister, in Miss Mary, left Wednesday for a visit time, endeavor to catch the parties Mrs. L. J. Sanford. the act, secure a witness and recite the of two weeks to fiiends in Monticello. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Fox Logan, of facts to the following grand jury for Mrs. J. B. Woods and little datghter their consideration. VVilkersbarre, Pa., are guests of Mr. May Miller will leave the first of the and Mrs. W. B. Mason. We believe that if you will . adopt week for a visit to her brother M. L. these methods you will soon find that Mrs. Jennie Caker, of Gallipolis Noel at Lafollette Tenn. it will prove to your advantage in many Ohio, is visiting her sons E. L. and J. Mrs. T. J. Price entertained Satur- ways, as well as to have a tendency toB. Woods, at Paint Lick. day at aMuncheon, honorees being Mrs. wards the upholding of a law which so Miss Mary Noel, of Danville, will be H. H. Price, ot Danville, and Misses many have striven to have passed, and the week end gnest of her sister, Mrs. Pauline and Margaret Hocker, of Stan- whjch but for your will J..B. Wood", at Paint Lick. soon become as if it did not exist upon ford. the statute books. Mrs. L. J. Sanford has returned Maj. W. H. Collier dropped in for a two weeks with her from a visit of few days visit to his sisters Mrs. R. L. mother in Madison county. Elkin and Mrs. J. E. Robinson the Miss Scotta Petty was called to De- first of the week. He is en route to catur 111., by the death of her, brother-in-la- Detroit Mich, for an extended busMr. Samuel B. Totten. iness trip. FEMALE COLLEGE Mrs. R. M. Robinson and daughter Mrs. R. E. McRoberts entertained Mrs. C. C. Cable- will be the guests of at a handsome dinner party, the hon-or- MILLERSBURG. KENTUCKY. Mrs. Ed C. Gaines this week. being Mrs. Osee Huffman, of elderly An Attractive Home School For Girls. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Miller, of Coving- Louisville. Some ten ortwelve Pupils are surrounded with an atmoston, are here the guest of their par- friends of Mrs. Huffman were invited to meet her and share alike Mrs. Mc- phere of culture, wholesome fellowship ents, Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller. Roberts warm hospitality. and safe religious environment. New Miss Al Anderson, of Lexington, is buildings combining all conveniences. Dr. Gilbert, of Buckeye, entertained at home for a stay with her parents Health record unsurpassed. Academic Saturday morning at a chafing-dis- h Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson. Music party in honor of Miss Virginia Barnes' and College Entrance courses. Misses Mary Arnold and Elizabeth guests. Among those were Martha Department under a skilled artist train Anderson have returned from a visit Rainey, Bessie Holtzclaw, Helen Rob- ed in Germany. Lecture and concert Expenses to Mrs. Hugh Hemphill, of Nicholas-villinson, Martha Tinder and Mayme course. Domestic Science. for board, tuition, etc lower than any Hours, 9:30 to 11:30. Bourne. other school of like grade. Send for Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts is enMiss Jennie Lawrence entertained catalog. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. joying an outing to Niagara Falls and about fifty of her young friends SaturMillersburg, Ky. Canada and from those points to New day night, in honor o Mr. Will Dudder York. ar, it being his twenty second birthday Mr. George Epping, of Louisville, Every one enjoyed themselves and re Ky., was the guest last week of his gretted when the time came to bid the fair hostess a "goodnignt". niece Mrs. L. L. Walker, at the The following attractive young girls Having decided to dispose of some will come Wednesday and enjoy a stock, I will on Miss Lydia Elmore was one of the guests of honor at a reception given by house party at the home of Miss BerSATURDAY, JULY 20, 1912 Miss Lucy Clay Woodford, of Mt. nie Lear, Misses Margaret McMurrey 1 o'clock sell the following property: of North Carolina, Misses Margaret at Sterling. mare with horse One seven year-olCovington, and Elizabeth Terrill and Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is at home colt-bside; 1 three year old stallion; 1 Richmond, Jane again after a pleasant visit of several Elath Buchanan, of Young, Lexington and Margaret Ar- three year old mare; 1 five year old weeks to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price, of mare; 2 short horn cows and 2 calves; nold, this city. Danville. 30 head of hogs; mowing machine; hay Miss Bernie Lear will entertain WedMiss Maud Wilson and R. L. John' rake, good'as new; Disc Harrow and nesday evening at a ''Lawn Fete" other farming implements. One-ha- lf son, of Richmond, were guests of Mrs. Thursday evening; Miss Margaret Ar L. N. Miller Sunday on their way to interest in 4 acres of fine tobacco and nold will entertain Miss Lear and her 12 acres of corn, 1 new. runabout and Dripping Springs. the attractive visitors Thursday eveningj" harness. House hold and kitchen furMiss Bettie M. West has sufficiently Miss Patsy Kinnaird will entertain made known on day of recovered from her recent illness to them Friday afternoon "At Camp"; niture. Terms sale. pay a visit to her sister Mrs. George and Saturday evening Mrs. V. A. Lear, HUSTON ROBERTS, Robinson, of Danville. Marksbury, Ky. will give a hay ride for the same. Am. Bourne, Auct. the-gue- st h Gossip About People N ve ve R. L. Davidson is visiting friends in Richmond. Mrs. H. H. Price and little daughter were in Richmond Monday. A Plea To The Farmers. YOUXL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, The last session of the General Assembly, at the urgent request of thousands of the best citizens of the state who are true sportsmen, and who are See Beasley & Collier for hail insurinterested in seeing the game and fish ance on your tobacco. of the state preserved, passed a rigid Carriage for, sale, cheap. fish and game law, one that if rigidly Mrs. Susan Fisher. enforced will put a stop for all time to game come to any infractions of the Beasley & Collier will protect your laws, not only this but it affords a pro- - tobacco against damage by hail, call on D them. first-clas- office. For Sale: Flanders Touring Car in s condition. Apply at this 2t Get a bottle of Klenzona. Cleans White Shoes and Whits Gloves. Rella Arnold. For Sale. One good rubber tire buggy, cheap. I N MILLERSBURG w ee e. - Ken-garla- n. Public Sale. ' d Earl Farra. Beasley & Collier are the only insurance people prepared to insure your tobacco against damage by hail, call on Pursley. them. The first man who ever sold Indian Sale of Household and Kitchen FurniRemedies in the State of Kentucky ture, Garden Tools, etc., at the late residence of Mrs. W. H. Wherritt. and my remedies have a reputation for themselves that can never be torn Saturday July 6th at 2 p. m. down, given up by all who have tried I represent the Knoxville Nursery Co them to do all I claim for them. You of Tenn, I can supply you with high may notice most advertising doctors grade flowers, shrubs, rhubarb, aspar- and medicine companies, advertise and agus, roses, vines, all kinds of orna- publish testimonials of people. They mental and fruit trees. I solicit your come away from their home town, selorders for fall delivery. Phone 200 dom ever one cured at home. As 1 have often told my friends in my lecJas. A. Royston, Agent. tures, testimonials are cheap. What 1 Notice. have and want is walking and talking The Bank of Bryantsville, declared advertisements and not testimonials cf dividend of people you never knew, and right here their regular Casey, .03 per cent out of their net earings of in Garrard, Lincoln, Boyle, the past six months payable to the Madison, Clark, Jessamine, Fayette, Franklin and all joining counties, I stockholders on demand. have hundreds of people who will testiJ. C. Williams, Cashier. fy to the merits of my Indian Remedies When I came to Kentucky four years Notice To Contractors. ago I sold my remedies by puting Sealed bids will be received until Sat. getting behind urday, July 6th, for the erection of the fourth an effort and them now THE PEOPLE SELL THEM new Consolidated School building at FOR ME, any one who has used Paint Lick. Plans and specifications them they ask tell you what you want will are in my office and may be seen upon to know, I have my Remedies now in application. over 300 Drug Stores, my mail order Miss Jennie Higginc, Co., Supt- 3t business is immence as people are using my Remedies all over several Farm For Sale. states. One of my leaders is The H. Clay Jennings farm on the INDIAN HERBS A 45 DAYS Buckeye pike about 1 J miles from town TREATMENT FOR $1.00 For all consisting of 241 acres, well" improved Blood Diseases, Rheumatism, Kidney, and highly productive. Object in sel- Liver, Stomache, Female, and all ling, heirs all living in other states. Nervous Diseases, hundreds of people This property can be bought for the in Garrard County will testify to their very reasonable price of $80.00 per merits. acre. Possession Jan. 1, 1913 with PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERB CATseeding privilege this fall. ARRH REMEDY for all forms of catHughes & Swinebroad. 2t arrh and diseases of the mucus lining of the nasul passages head, throat, Mammoth Cave. stomache, bowels, liver, kidneys and County's trip to Mammoth bladder a 90 DAYS TREATMENT Garrrrd Cave will be July 30th. The round $2.50 DAKOTA JACK'S COW BOY LINItrip rail road fare from all stations $5.65. All expenses at Cave and hotel MENT never was nor never will be The latter beaten. For all or any pain stops $6.50 for three days trip. amount includes your board at Cave pain in one minute a wonder for Deafhotel aud the several routes through ness, PRICE 25cts PER BOTTLE. CREME SOAP for all the people all the cave, making the total expense for the three days outing $12.15. Limit on the time NUF SAID 3 cakes 25cts. tickets 10 days. Write or phone L. & In Garrard County the above RemeN. Agent 3t dies are soW by J. E. Stormes Druggist Lancaster, Ky., Henry Kuhlman Lowell, Ky., Coy Sanders Stone, Ky., or by J.. J. Pursley (Dakota Jack) Lancaster, Ky., my home office. AU A Face Retenoid. mail orders promptly filled and prepaid L, adies Delight. to your home at regular price. A Freckle Remover, B leaches the Skin. " A. labasterlike Effect, mooth, velvety skin, onic for Face Muscles, R. ejuvenates Your Youth, O f Great Beautifying Power, ovelier Facial Appearance. Alabastrol Pd. Dakota Jack. J. J. semi-annu- al PUR-SLEY- 'S Facts. S y , In the last two months we sold 1,852 packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because it is the most perfect production of its kind on the market, universally indorsed by users. Removes Freckles, Sunburn, Tan, etc. Allays chafed skin and is the Ideal Combination Cream Registered Jersey Bull and powder. Nor.e give that soothing, cooling feeling :as Alabastrol and whose use. is so much appreciated. It acts on the face not unlike a .refreshing, cooling Spring Morning. We guarantee it to be satisfactory in every respect. Mailed to your home in generous size Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two.,milea packages and in plain wrapper for 50 from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike Cents Silver. No Samples. The.Siloeon Mf'g Co., Foxy Alex 103717. Pueblo, Colorado- - R. e. henry: 3t -- W-S.. 3 - - Notice! State of Kentucky, 'iSI 4 Kentucky Fair Dates. (Set 4St I i FARMER'S COLUMN i Madisonville, July Mt. Sterling, July County of Garrard I, J. W. Hamilton, Clerk of Garrard county court do certify that the following is a complete list of names of all candidates to be voted for at the Primary Election to be held in Garrard County, Ky., on August 3, 1912 and the order in which they will be placed on the ballot as certified to me by . F. Crecellius Secretary of State, on July 3rd, 1912, viz: G-- Lancaster July o'paco below this hearting Is for the exclusive use of onr farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In '.wo issues of the Ukcokd, free of charge 'iff' For Congress in the 8th Congressional District of Kentucky. Harvey Helm, of Stanford, Ky. J. A. Sullivan, of Richmond, Ky. For Congress in the 8th Congressional District of Kentucky. W. Dinsmore, of Berea, Ky. J. For Rent: grazing land. Fou Sale 25 I.- - acres of well watered M. Myers. days. 23- -5 days. Frankfort, July 234 days. 24- -3 days. Georgetown, July 30 5days. Harrodsburg, July 304 days. Henderson, July 304 days. days. Berea, August Taylorsville, August days. Uniontown, August G 5 days. days. Winchester, August Danville, August days., Mt. Vernon, Ausust days. Versailles, August days. 164 X LiveStock I a r l . ff FARM AND znr r n n Pl mm a t4ai 5?T5 OOOC-K -- i (war . (tOOOOOX) 04C-- fiP3 a 1 &04 ViOGOftOOO i 13 II A. GARDEN xammaaammimimamitam n 1 64 Sir Physician & Surgeon. 1 1 Or D. F. Smitli PHONE MO 50 some bailed hay. barrels of corn and Alex West. Phone 335-- Lexington 12- 74 73 73 73 Fair, Bluegrass 2 tO. Hos- BREEDING THE SHIRE HORSE DESTROYER -6 days. Character, Symmetry, Style, Constitution, Soundness and Type of Mare August Are of Importance. The first thing a farmer must try to get is a mare or two of just the right sort to begin with. The age to buy is not of so much Importance; by buying fillies at one or two years old, they have the full length of their breeding life before them, but at the same time there is the risk of their or inferior proving . breeders, while by buying a mare that non-breeder- s, Solution of Problem of Clearing Land Appears to Be Solved by Washington Genius. IS NOVEL Office on Danville Street in the pital Building. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. For Commonwealth's Attorney in the 13th Judicial District of Ky. For Commonwealth's Attorney in the Made In Presence of Customer. An enterprising Chicago dairyman 13th Judicial District of Kentucky. hiias recently added to his list of elec Emmett V. Puryear, of Danville, Ky. tricity-driveappliance a one and f W. S. Burch, of Stanford, Ky. horsepower motor for driving a shurn. His patrons buy cream of Attest, J. W. HAMILTON, aim, and for a small charge have it made into butter on the spot. The Clerk Garrard County Court. method is not only an excellent for the tradesman, but is also instructive for the children and others in the neighborhood. n one-ial- We have about one hundred acres of good grass, will rent the boundary "or Denny Bros, take cattle to graze. LancasteT, Ky. A Genuine Hair Restorer. Escaped Wiah His Life. Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair? "Twenty, one year ago I faced an awThere are many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it is ful death," writes, H. B. Martin, Port probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their Harrelson. S. C. "Doctors said I had manufacturers. consumption and the dreadful cough I Hair Restorers which are nothing more than had looked looked like it, sure enough. Thee are many harmful chemical dyes, which do not grow any hair, the only result being that I tried everything I could hear of, for they dyed the hair, having no permanency and often tausing a streaky appear- my cough, and was under the treat"" ance. ment of, the be3t doctor in Georgetown the aim of the chemists for years to discover a preparation S. C" for a year, but could get no reIt has been which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, but lief, A friend advised me to try Dr. heretofore they have met with no success. King's New Discovery, I did so, and Prof. Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless veg- was completely cured. I feel that I etable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer and will grow hair and owe my life to this great throat and does not contain any dye of any kind, but will postively restore the natural col- lung cure." Its positively guaranteed or and brilliatcyto gray and faded hair. for coughs, colds, aud all bronchial afThis is a very strong statement to make and if any chemist without the fections. 50c & $1.00 Trial bottle free recognized ability and national reputation of Prof. Rembler were to make this at R. E. McRoberts & pon. lm . claim we would be inclined to be skeptical as to its truth. It will be remembered by readers that are familiar with scientific discoveries that Prof. RemHUGH bler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding glass and also the Rembler wireless Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler is entitled to consideration as he would not make any statements which were not true and Misses Jennie and Mamie Dickerson would injure his established reputation. were visitors in Richmond last week The Siloron Mfg, Co. of Pueblo, Colo, have purchased the exclusive Wesley Brown Dickerson of LanAmerican rights to manufacture Sagine, as they have named Prof Rembler's caster, is visiting at the home of his invention, after having made a six month's test of Sagine and thoroughly de- uncle, Mr. J. W. Brown. monstrating that it would postively do the work. The Siloron Mfg. Co. have Miss Stella Ford Ray and Lizzie authorized us to make the following remarkable ofTer to all who need a "GenGallegar, were guests of Mrs. Henry uine Hair Restorer." last week. They will send a written agreement with every bottle of Sagine, to the Arnold at Hyattsville Mrs. Nora Teater, daughter Sallie effect that if one bottle of Sagine conscientiously used according to the directions does not give entire satisfaction to the purchaser; if Sagine does not ac- Lou and niece, Ethel Ray, spent last tually grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, remove dandruff week with Mrs. L. L. Sanders at Crab and make the hair healthy and glossy, that they will pay the sum of $5 to any Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. John P. Long, from dissatisfied purchaser. This is the strongest offer ever made by any manufacturer and one they Lancaster and Mrs. J. H. Penciiis and could'not possible make if they did not know positively from experiment that it daughters Francis and Susie from would do exactly what they claim for it. No one takes any chance in buying Oklahoma, spent last week with Mr. Sagine as it is certainly worth $1 to use a Genuine Hair Restorer that will grow and Mrs. Robert Long. hair, and if it does not give satisfaction they will pay you the $5 as Send a $1 bill to The Siloron Mfg. Co. Pueblo, Colo., stating that you wish to Kill More Than Wild Beasts. purchase a bottle of Sagine with the written agreement to grow hair and reThe number of people killed yearly store the color to gray or faded hair or pay you the sum of 5 and it will be by wild beasts don't approach the vast sent to you by express in plain wrapper. The Siloron Mfg. Co. is incorporated under the Laws of the State of Col- number killed by disease germs. No orado and refer you to the mercantile agencies or any Pueblo banks as to their life'is safe from their attacks. The'yre in air, water: dust, even food. But ability to fulfill any agreement they make. grand protection is afforded by ElecTHE SILORON MF'G CO., Pueblo, Colo. tric Bitters, which destroy and expel these deadly disease germs from the system. That's why chills, fever and ague, all malarial anu many niooa diseases yield promptly to this wonder ful flood purifier. Try them, and enjoy the glorious health and new strength Governing Candidates by they'll give you. Money back, if not satisfied. Only 20e at R. E. McRoberts & Son. each of so-call- Fern Creek, August 134 days. Burkesville, August 134 days. Leitchfield, August 134 days. Vanceburg, August 144 days. Brodhead, August 143 days. Hardinsburg, August 203 days. Shepherdsville, August 204 days. Lawrenceburg, August 204 days. Columbia, Ausust 204 days. Erlanger, August 214 days. Stanford, August 213 days. Eminence, August 224 days. Ewing, August 223 days. Shelbyville, August 274 days. Hodgenville, August 27 3days. London, August 274 days. Nicholasville, Aug 273 days. Fulton, August 27- -5 days. Germantown, August 284 days. Dover, August 284 days. Springfield, August 284 days. Florence, August 284 days. Franklin, August 293 duys. Somerset, September days. Flizabethtown, Sept. days. days. Paris. Sept. The problem of clearing away stumps appears to have been solved by a man In the state of Washington. Heretofore this has been done chiefly by blasting, but the apparatus shown In the illustration burns the stump down close to the ly Or. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Oinice Surgeon and Dentist. at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- -- Lancaster. Kentucky v44OO9OOOfrOOOOGe4OOOO6640 Gut Flowers f of QUALITY. 4rJw1 I I Ware McRoberts. Everybody Is Doing It Doing What? Going to the newly fited up I5jrlnr Shop. 44 33 35 Tompkinsville, Sept, 44 days. Barboursville, Sept. 43 days. Bardstown, Sept, 44 days. Sanders, Tri-Coun- ty The Old Reliable Barber 4 Fair, Sept 4 days. Monticello, September !. 9- -G Kentucky State Fair, Melbourne, Sept, 175 days. Horse Cave, Sept, 184 days. Morgantown, September 19- -3 days. Falmouth, Sept, 214 days. Glasgow. Sept, 254 days. Adairville, Sept. 263 days. Bowling Green, Ky, October 2 34 days. days Sept. 4 days. -- Murray, Oct. days. Elkton, Oct, 3- -3 days. Mayfield, October days. 24 94 Public Sale Of Land. JULY 27TH 1012 I will offer for sale at public outcry 107 acres of blue grass land, lying on the Paint Lick and White Lick turnpike, four miles south of Paint Lick, Ky. Has a tenant house, good orchard, good fences and water This land is fertile and productive. Sale on the premises On SATURDAY at agi-ee- p. m. Call on or write W. F. Champ, Executor, V. R. Griiiith Estate, Lancaster, Ky. 4t 2 Commissioner' s Sale. JESSAMINE CIRCUIT COURT. Virgil McWilliams, &c, Plaintiffs, Of Sale. Wm. Sanders, Admr. &c. Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Jessamine Circuit Court rendered at the June term thereof, 1912, in the above cause, the undersigned commissioner will on MONDAY, JULY 22, 1912, county court day for Garrard County, proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder at the court house door in the town of Lancaster, Ky., the following described real estate, All those tracts or parcels of land lying and being in Garrard County, Ky., and bounded as follows: 1st Tract, Beginning at a stake corner to No. 7, thence N 45 W 150 poles to a stake in Duncan's line, thence S 42i, W 12.90 poles to a stake in said line, thence S 45 E 150 poles to a stake, thence N 44 E 12.80 poles to the beginning, containing 12 acres. 2nd Tract: Beginning at a stake corner to No. 9, thence with No. 9 N 45 W 150 poles to a stake in Duncan's line, thence S 42, W 21.32 poles to a stake, thence S 45 E 150 poles to a stake thence N 44 E 21.32 poles to the beginning. 3rd Tract: Beginning corner to No 2, thence N 55J, W 150 poles to a stake, thence S 42J, W 34.30 poles to a stake, thence S 45, E 150 poles to a stake, N 44 E 60.90 poles to the beginning, containing 40 acres, 3 rood and 1(5 poles, f of an acre of this tract is reserved as a burial ground. 4th Tract: Beginning corner to lot No 4 of the division of the landed estate of Charles Bland, deceased, thence N 50J W 23 poles to a stone in the road, thence S 44 W7 poles to a stake, thence N 4, E 7 poles to the beginning, containing one acre. Also the interest of Thomas Bland, deceased, in the land ed estate of his father Charles Bland, deceased, the same conveyed jointly to J. C. Bland and James Bland by five of the heirs of Thomas Bland, making in the whole boundry conveyed to said Wm. McWilliams 78 acres and which conveyed said Wm. McWilliams by the deed of T. M. Arnold and wife dated December 29. 1905. and is recorded in KDeed Book No. 21, page 216 in the Vs-N- otjce to-wi- Horses Always In Demand. has bred a foal or two successfully Ave discount the risk, but have to pay a higher price, and lose as much of her life as has passed. The mare that has begun to breed is the safest speculation. the In selecting the brood-marcharacter, symmetry, style, constitution, soundness and type are of even greater importance than pedigree. It is well to have a type of perfection in one's eye and to get as near that as possible. The head and eyes should betoken docility, intelligence and courage. It is only by close observation that any one can acquire the art of recognizing character in a mare. No amount of descriptive writing can teach one how to judge these characteristics in horse or man. The loin, of course, should be strong, and the tail well set up, in line with the back, not drooping. a strong, In a brood-marhealthy constitution is of the utmost importance. As for size, a mare standing 16 hands high, and built in proportion, is big enough. Color may be selected according to taste, but a brown or bay colored animal is always more salable than a black or any of the lighter colors. When buying, every precaution should be taken to insure soundness that is, absence of all hereditary disease, and a few dollais extra should not prevent a bargain being made if the mare approaches anywhere near the ideal above described. e N e Stump Destroyer. ground. A vertical HENRY DUNCAN Richmond Street. through the stump holes, reaching to ffl. is then wheeled up of tubes connected holes. Burning liquid fuel and air Physician and Surgeon. under pressure is injected through one hole and an inflammable liquid is inLANCASTER, KY. jected through the other. When the Office Phone (J. Resident Phone '. two meet in the center hole the liquid is ignited and spreads through the entire stump, devouring it until it is eaten through down to the ground, leaving a level surface instead of the torn remains that follow dynamiting. hole is drilled and two lateral it. The reservoir to it and two sets with the two side W. ELLSGTT, ?-- J. W. SWEENEY LIVERY, . FEED Street. GIVING Common PLENTY Mistake OF DISTANCE and SALE STABLE. KENTUCKY Made by Many Stanford Gardeners Is That of Crowding LANCASTER. Plants Too Close. Many gardeners make the mistake of crowding garden vegetables too OWi'p over Ottiee Horn--close in the drill. Vegetables require Si'.m to I p m. to 1. Stornh-- i' lr rapid growth and quick maturity to give quality and flavor to the plants when served. Unless the soil is exceptionally rich, and there Is plenty D3NTIST. of soil moisture available during the (So. Lancaster, growing season, the plants are apt to Phone be dwarfed and the quality of the ) ir -'. -- 13. IP. Walter. Kj. SANITARY TROUGH FOR HOGS One Constructed in Such Manner That Animal Cannot Get Its Feet in or Crowd Others. RULES and REGULATIONS for the Grand Prizes offered the Merchants in connection with The Central Record. 1. This plan of a hog trough which the hog cannot put his feet into, away from which he cannot crowd the other hogs, and which is protect ed from the sun and rain, is sent to the Progressive Farmer by Felix Ever- - vegetables impaired. In producing vegetables for the H. market, the grower will endeavor to grow prants of high quality and desirable flavor, and he cannot afford Countv? Surveyor. to take any risk. It Is far better to I'll one produce fewer products and gather Office ever F. O. Hurt's hurilm.' stem. vegetables of better quality than to have an abundance that do not com- Lancaster, Kentucky. mand fair prices. The safest plan is to sow plenty of seeds i order that a good stand may be secured. If the plants are tender and the spring Is favorable for the insects, diseases, cold nights, etc., leave about twice as many plants as you desire to grow. When the weather is favorable for the growth of the plants, thin promptly, leaving the required number of plants. He sure that E. W. Morrow; Graduate Optician Glasses Fim-1- . Unaraiireftl. the plants have, sufficient distance to produce vegetables of extra quality. d. TINSLEY, a-j. '4) ii Ballot Box will be opened every Monday at 6 p. M. and the Bison Practically Wiped Out. votes therein counted and the ballot box resealed 'by a committee of How effectually the bison has been two selected for the purpose by the contest manager, his selection to be exterminated may be seen from the fact that a fine head lent by Idaho subject to public approval. The result of each week's count shall be people for the land show at St. Paul published every week and the candidate's name- - and her standing costinsured a morning gallop and a ball from a big pistol. appear. to is for $2,000. One used to Superiority. In the opinion ot the average woman pedigree ts as much superior to brains as angel cake is superior to a flapjack. S. E. Kiser. DUMP SLED IS QUITE USEFUL Can Conveniently Be Used for Hauling Manure During Both Summer and Winter Months. (By t: Dlt.Wm.BlTBKETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Sanitary Hog Trough. sole of Tullahoma, Tenn. It can be made any' size desired, and of such lumber as may bo handy. If ends aro made long, it cannot be turned over. Looks to us like a good idea. Raising Horses. Men who are raising scrub horses and using grade sires of any breed are very foolish. Plug horses and those which fit nowhere may sell low in the once each month by the contest manager. Any candidate can get the consent of contest manager at any time to inspect or count- the votes, 2. All votes are re-chec- - Ill I Alii I llfIIU Offiice over Logan's store. J. Q. GORDON.) Residence Phone 75. Ollice PIhjb l A dump cart for summer and a dump-slefor winter can be used very conveniently; on the farm for hauling manure. A box body may be adjusted to any sled. The pivots that swing the body should be located so as to make the top the heavier, and a pin should be All Work Guaranteed. run through the hind bench of the Kentucky. sled into the end of the body to hold Paint Lick, it in an upright position while loading. d H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, mil 3. Nominations for the Piano Prizes, can be entered by using the Coupon Ballot and sending to the Contest Manager. Any candidate will be accepted providing that she is nomnated in'regular form on one of the coupon ballots, The contest manager re4. serves the right to reject the name of any undesirable candidate and to limit the number of entries. Voting coupons may be cast by anyone, providing they are 6b- r tained from any of the following sources; Coupons appearing on any handbill, dodger, form-lette- r or card issued by or 5. B58 writes Mrs. L. R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and can do all my housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I could scarcely stand-omy feet After three different doctors had failed to help me, I gave Cardui a trial. Now, I feel like a new woman." n 5-- 6 Take coupons given for trade at our store. and thrown out by ihe judges. 6. All others shall be declared void The Woman's Tonic -- No employees of the stores or The Central Record will be mitted to enter the contest. All votes must be deposited in the ballot box in the presence of the contest manager or some one appointed by him. In casting a 7. .number of votes at the same time they must be neatly tied together or placed in a .small envelope. Votes on. newspaper subscriptions may be cast personally or by mail. g. Any candidate may solicit votes in any District they wish. health depends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardui at once, and avoid more serious troubles. We urge try it Begin today. you to A woman's of the clerk of the Garrard County Court.. But there is excepted from the above boundary and not intended to be sold under this order a tract of 11.90 acres of land which was conveyed bv Wm. McWilliams to one Wm. Bettis by deed recorded in Deed Book No. 21 page 217 in the office of the clerk of the Garrard County Court, leaving Tn the entire tract herein directed to be sold 66.10 acres. All of said tracts of land lie together and form one body or tract and will be sold as one tract and not separately as described. Said property will be sold on a credit ofsix and twelve months equal installments, the purchaser being required to executo bonds with approved security payable to the undersigned for the price, to have the force and effect of a judgment and to bear interest at the rate of six percent per annum from day of sale. Said sale will be made about the hour of 12 o'clock, M., on said day. JOHN H. "WELCH, M. C. J. C. C. office saEsssags-ggfuture, but horses that have a trade will sell high. Any sound saddlo horse ! or any light harness horse or big draft horse or coach horse, any good chunk, any stylish Southern horse, any exA Dump Sled. DENTIST ! press horse and, we might say, any cavalry horse, will sell well, while the As soon as a part of the load has Office over Miss .lrnoM's JUllinery. unclassified horse will grade at the been placed in the body this will hold tail end and sell for the plug that he it in position, then when ready to dump the load, pull out the pin and is. give the top of the body a push and Cure fop Stumbling. the weight of the load will turn It If a horse stumbles, give him his over. food on the floor, instead of in the manger. The position necessarily Barb Wire Marker. LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. taken In feeding strengthens the The best device I have yet found for muscles of the knees, and so removes a "garden marker" Is a piece of old Will PracLice in all State Courts and the cause of the stumbling. A horse barb wire which has been in use until U. S. District Court. just brought from pasture does not the coil is well taken out. After the OOlce over Police Court. stumble. ground is well rolled or dragged, the Phone 104. barb wire makes a plain mark by bePasture for Horses. ing pulled back and forth by a man Have plenty of pasture for the brood at either end of the ground that is to mares and colts. If the mares work be marked, says' a writer in an exduring the week, let them graza on change. This i3 quickly done, and Fruit Sundays. Pasture is a cheap feed for does away with stakes, lines and unall classes of stock, but don't pas- necessary tramping back and forth ture too closely. over the ground. f M. K. Denny, J. E. Robinson, and Shade Trees Itching, fiery, Raw Eczema 5 1 Zemo soothes, cools and heals angry skin and quickly cures tczema and and every form of skin disease. Zemp is a clean liquid wash that sinks right in. Quickly allays all pain, all itch, all distress. Zemo does ihe work in a way that is simply astonishing and your druggist will refund the purchase price if the first bottle does not give you entire satisfaction. Try one bottle at our risk. It is sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son. Constipation! "For many years 1 was troubled, in d spite ot Tall remedies I used. A f laof "nmii1 ....- n1r.4" nwl ... .u.v iaouj.iuuuu uiubrk iciicj. auuuuit in those mild, yet thorough and! Everything for Orchard, Lawn and really wonderfu Garden. Our prices may interest you Strawberry Plants, GrapeVines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses Peonies, and Phlox. DR. U12C'S Sclua--r- k, Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. NewLfcPill Adolph 25 Buffalo, N.Y. CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. J "WglJ-H- - ,