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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 19, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912071901_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 19, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. JsfJ CENTRAL KECOR PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JULY 19, 1912. NUMBER 15. fi h g&3E&c&3c&33$ Dr. Jack J. Pursley secured the first hunters license from county clerk Hamilton. Much Rain In County. CONTEST. We can save you MONEY on a "Pony" Beasley was here last week in search of "feeders", good cattle to make his celebrated exporters for next fall. Pony always comes back to the old home when in search 'of the very best cattle obtainable. Manager Romans has instailed electric fans in his picture show, and they are indeed a boon to his patrons. You may go there any evening and witness a splendid performance, see the very best fdms and above all be comfortable. Democratic Speaking. 131 1 i P and J K3f TT B A E23 T5 TT 2 T Cv efas re ES E2 W sis lw 1 They Must Go. Come and Look over our stock of & Hon. Jere A. Sullivan, candidate for Congress in- the eighth district, subject seeding privilege this fall. to the action of the Democratic Pri- 2t Hughes & Swinebroad. mary to be held August 3rd, 1912, will Plenty Of Ice Water At The Fair. speak at the Court House in Lancaster Ky on Monday July 22nd, 1912, at 1:30 The fair management is arranging P. M. Hear him. for massive covered metal tanks which will be kept full of good ice water, Large Number Of Horses Coming. which will be free. No fear about getSecretary Elkin tells us that already ting plenty of ice water because of the 75 stalls have been engaged for horses drinking cup law recently enacted, the during the Fair, and that he is receiv- old time general drinking cup will not ing telephone messages every day for be in evidence, but instead will be an more. This indicates a record break- abundance of individual drinking cups ing number of show horses at this meet which will he free and one may have Those already booked include all of the ice water they desire. ing. some of the best in the state. Postage on Rural Routes. Improved. - Last week was a stormy one in the Shows No Change As To Standing Of county, it rained in some portion of Various Contestants Since Last the county every day and each down pour was accompanied ny ligntmng. Weeks Report. In the northeastern part of the' county There is no change in the standing of the downpour was unusually heavy and the contestants in the contest since the did considerable damage in the way of last issue of the Record, and the votwashing :he land and destroying crops. ing is unusually light, but we are of the opinion that before many more Farm For Sale. weeks have passed some of the conThe H. Clay Jennings farm on the testants are going to wish they had Buckeye pike about 1J miles from town not trusted so implicitly in what they consisting of 241 acres, well improved have already gained. The standing at and highly productive. Object in sel- the last count is as follows ling, heirs all living in other states. LANCASTER DISTRICT. This property can be bought for the Mary Eliza Holtzclow 282.625 very reasonable price of $80.00 per Mae Powell 203,208 acre. Possession Jan. 1, 1913 with :- lliiMgifaim.e( m I Special l H ' IS k iiLJlU 'af 4? It IV Sale 8 0: gf Jf - C3 cD m UD i Si m This week and during the week of the LANCASTER FAIR we will accept coupon for $10.00 on each Buggy or Surry purchased Kate Ham Katie Mae Dickerson, Alline Thomas Jennie Cox OraPrather Sallie Anderson Lillie Croucher Lillian Estes Beulah Mae Beazley Ollie Crawford Mary Ellen Farley Osa Coulter Blanche Stone Lucy Campbell Ophelia Montgomery Sallie Ham 2?3,591 200,777 95,223 G4,f33 40,548 from us. 35539 27,110 34,277 25,500 181.G25 r? HI BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. 281,125 280,975 US 145,325 B 226,050 125,200 121,425 209,600 3! 206,400 194,800 stf 171,100 .0 130,800 132.1G5 i? 127.350 104,500 54,600 54,500 51,200 fejgi duo DuggicS Must be sold regardless of Cost 100 Sets Harness. &a $10. COUPON 3?oll.-JS $10. Bug- Good for Ten gy purchased on any Wreck Victims flossaMay Teater Rella Ruble Mary Belle Halcomb Flora Ruble tfasL dasla cLfc? s& VV Ruses siss All of the Garrard county peoble who were injured in the recent wreck on the K. C. between Silver Creek and Paint Lick are reported as doing nicely and are expected to suffer no bad results from their experience. Their escapes were miraculous as the coach in which they were riding turned completely over, and that no one was killed is indeed a wonder. The Danville Fair. You will be surprised. Our Motto Live & Let Live. mmm : 7!T eswith thanks complimentary ticket to the big Danville Fair to be held on August 7th, Sth and 9th and will try to accept their hospitality for at least one day. Boyle county people are liberal Lancaster Fair, and the patrons of people of Garrard in turn are to be seen in large numbers at the Boyle county exhibition, The Record acknow!' 6r-- 3' Persons desiring to send mail out on rural mail routes are advised that the same rates of postage prevail thereon as through the ordinary mail, that is first class mail requires two cents for each ounce or fraction thereof. Many people are under the impression that a one cent stamp takes a letter out on the rural routes, this is erroneous, and your letter will be held for postage until the one to whom it is addressed can be sent a card and forwards the necessary amount of postage. Uyche" Succeed? from Ilaselden Bros. This Coupon is goxl until Augucst 1st. 1912. Ethel Onstott Clodie Speaks Maggie Norris AnnieJOsborne m We are the Buggy and Harness People. g Mattie Scott Lela Barnett HftSELDEN Emh. reeit)t M"H2riUe. Nancy Johnson CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. Mrs. Dave Newland 443,503 Lillian Garner 389,888 Mrs. Dove Gajrner 300,344 Mamie Holman MiMlMlFEiii gH.TgigfnJla: 3Wi& pLfgHlgigi W& pjuf fit M W3 1SW n n Lancaster, Ky. 8eS8S3C&r&e3C&e3CS33e3C&(l3&33 S33C&33SS33S&33 Mt$&J0&j&0&&'&& m &j&&M&j&&81 ri as 1 m Wire Drawn Tungsten f I jp T "vr TF& s? r E B"S " u M I stormes drug store si&VSJ&iSWruV&ii fti ,rrrrrrrrfrr(r. rr$ FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong light. Dyche has been appointed postmaster at London Ky., to succeed Lee McHargue who was ousted because of alleged slanderous attacts made upon President Taft by a- - London paper, with which it was charged McHargue was connected. Dyche the recently appointed postmaster was a strong Bradley adherant. Mr. Steve Walker Injured. Senator Bradley which also secured the reappointment of postA horse attached to a buggy master Turner of Middlesboro. Caleb Mr. V. S. Walker was preparing to Powers had recommended his brother enter started off prematurely yesterday John Powers for the latter office. and one of the wheels of the vehicle knocked Mr. Walker down. He was Auto. Vehicles Numerous. not injured, but in his enfeebled condiChief of Police Herron has just retion, just up from a long siege of sickness, the shock brought a recurrence of ceived a nice new Maxwell runabout his old sciatic trouble and he is again which he is rapidly learning to pilot and the evil doer will be fleet of foot confined to his bed. that evades him in future. Several Candidates Here. more of our citizens are contemplating Both Judge Puryear, of Danville and getting machines in the near future. Mr. Burch, of Stanford, were in the Motor vehicles are growing as numertown and county last week urging upon ous as buggies, and the turnpike from the citizens their respective claims for here to Crab Orchard is literally black the democratic nomination for Com- with them especially on Sunday. Last monwealths Attorney of the district. Sunday six young men from Paris came Garrard seems to be the battle ground through on motor cycles en route to and the race here seems to be a close the Orchard. one. Each of the candidates friends Five Years For King McNamara. are working with might and main in of his favorite, and both are behalf A jury in the Fayette Circuit Court claimed to have the best of it. on last Saturday found John H. "King" A. K. tli-e- SusieButt Eva Fletch Ida Lee Campbell Cecil Garner Hattie Bogie Mahala Howard 270,028 217.9SS 101,818 137.648 51.S70 51.079 spiit iiirn Bertha Rogers Bessie Reynolds Nell Davis 40,r91 39.090 2,092 Attention Jatlies let us supply your wants for the fairs, our entire line of ladies to ready to wear garments at cost. H. T. Logan. Mr. A. D. Leavell was so unfortunate as to lose on last Thursday a fine colt, which was killed by lightning. The colt was highly bred and Mr. Leavell valued it very highly. Do not forget the date of the Primary Election, August 3d. Candidates will be nominated for Congress and for Commonwealths Attorney. Everybody come out and cast your vote at the first popular primary. Rev. C. W. Lambert and Rev. R. II. Anderson will begin a protracted meeting at Fairview on Sunday July 21st, Rev. Lambert has resigned the pastorate of the Fairview church and Rev. Anderson will succeed him to that pul- You can eet pit. Colored Fair. , &&Lm&my'&i) mM&Mrm!MMi m m 4fr ra pur w TJ The Lancaster Colored Fair Association has organized with Wm. H. Harris, president, James Hood, vice president and James Williams, secretary. They will give their annual exhibition on August nth and 10th. The Record will have out their catalogue shortly and it contains a liberal premium list. Following in the wake of the white fair held in Lancaster, the colore people have established the reputation for giving one of the best exhibitions in the state. Record Office Very Busy. 5P s L. :. i iii Per ii Ballon ( 83 ! m We will sell you 1he Best Paint made and GURANTEE every drop of it. I Son. R. . K McRoberts 7?v?fi5ws UxZMicSil a? C& The Record office has been enjoying an unprecedented run of job work the last few weeks, and the rush is not yet over. Our force has been considerably crippled, the editor sick, some of the force on vacation, and others sick, we have had to fall back on the old reliable Bob Henry to help us out. The Assistant Editor has been exerting himself to keep enough copy to keep all hand3 busy, and with the assistance of two embryo editors, Horace Walker and Dan Elkin, both of whom we expect sometime to see in charge of a big daily paper each, has been able to get out a fairly presentable paper. Teaching Them A Severe Lesson. McNamara guilty of vuluntary manslaughter and fixed his punishment at five years in the penitentiary. McNamara on February 11th, 1899 shot and fatally wounded Jacob Kellar, a cashier for the Q &C railroad company in Lexington, and a leading chourchman and popular citizen, the killing was said to have been wholly without provocation. McNamara was admitted to bail in the sum of $1,000 and disappeared and was gone thirteen years before he was apprehended, Sheriff Dan Scott capturing him in Louisville a few weeks ago. The verdict is said to be a very unpopular one in Lexington, many of the people openly avowing that the punishment was not commensurate with the crime. Stevens. Rebecca the bright little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David Stephens died on the 11th inst of dysentery and her remains were placed at rest In the Lancaster cemetery. The bright little tot was spared for only three short years to brighten the lives and home of the fond parents, when He who said "Suffer little children to come unto me", recalled her to a brighter better home. The sympathy of the entire community is extended to ths bereaved parents. Contestants In Ir3 iJ3 Phaetona, Driving Wagons and HARNESS at great bargains for Thirty Days. W. J. ROMANS. fr Lancaster Precinct Must Turn In All Ballots By Aug. 1st. BfmiBfrTirilrgfMfrt:BfraBtFgIlfrt, fiiSC'llJlil M rv? 'fSfctffTufcrtTxrx risrrtjsriBbn&MP'uir9MVAjw B. F. HUDSON, President. JOHNSON, ORGANIZED 1SS3. S. J. "Vice Prest. "Wb Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. RlGNEY, SURPLUS $35,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Ass't Cash'r. P Business Solicited. v Prompt Attention. M. Arnold, S. Ii. Gibbs s J. s. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. Judge Ford had before him last Sat urday seven colored people who have been creating a disturbance in various parts of the county, and in each case administered severe fines, which we hope will serve to make them turn from their evil ways, Those coming under the strong arm of the law were: Luther, Robert and William Hunt, disturbing religious worship $20. and costs each, Jesse Elmore same offense, same dose and George Broaddus pointing a deadly weapon $50. and costs. This gang made things lively at a "church rally" at Lowell recently. Bessie Jeff-er-s and Jumbo Dunn tried the same caper iriHhe White Oak neighborhood and drew the same fine, while Ulysses Peters was fined $20. and costs for a breach of the peace. These people will probably learn from this that it is not profitable to start a "rough house" at these public The contest manager has requested us to serve notice on the various contestants and their friends that all ballots that have been issued must be Temperance People For Sullivan. turned in at Brown's store on or before The temperance people of this dis- August 1st. if they would have them trict are flocking to the standard of counted, and that in the future no balthe Hon. Jere A. Sulfivan, because lots must be held up but must be voted they recognize in him a man, who does when received. This applies only to things. When he was a member of the Lancaster district. the legislature, he advocated and voted for all temperance measures, including Splendid Arrangements Made For A Good the county unit bill. When the demoDinner At The Lancaster Fair. cratic leaders desired to select a man to draft a platform, they selected The management of the Lancaster Judge Sullivan. On this platform, Fair has succeeded in securing the serwritten by him, the democratic party vice of "Dick" Barlow of Richmond, won the most signal victory in its his- one of the best caterers in central Kentory in this State. The most impor tucky, to set the fair dinner. He is tant plank, inserted in the platform by under contract to furnish an elaborate Judge Sullivan, was the county unit menu each day, which includes old ham plank, which he has aiways consistently fried chicken, salads, vegeatables, ice fought for, as a democratic measure. cream, sherbet, tea, coffee and an all The temperance cause needs an able round good dinner, and it is .to be "serv advocate in Congress at this time. ed bountifully" at 50 cents per meal. The most fruitful evasion of such laws, With this gentleman in charge no one as will promote that cause, is the in- need fear but that they can secure a terstate shipment o'f intoxicating good dinner on the ground. liquors into dry territory. Mr. SulliThe fair management is receiving as van's record shows that he advocates surance every day of the intention of any and all laws that will promote horsemen from all over the state to be temperance. Mr. Helm's attitude on here, and there will be the best show this question, as on many others, is a of stock ever seen. Their midway is blank. Whether it be because of his also about complete, and embraces friendship or his inactivity, the whis- some new and novel features, and neith key people in this district are support- er time nor trouble is being spared to ing Helm. The temperance advocates make the coming fair a big success. believe, that these people have a good Don't forget the dates July 24, 25 motive for so doing, therefore they and 26th. conclude that those, who desire laws Strayed from my place July 8 a for the promotion of temperance, black sow, weight about 225 pounds. should cast their vote for Judge Sulli- Will pay for imformation leading to W. H. Brown. her recovery. , van in the race for Congress. -- Opticial Specialist Dr. J- The Well Known Cincinnati Optician. Eyes Tested. J. BYRNE. Glasses Fitted. KRYPTOK Invisiable Bifocals, a Specialty. Fourteen Years Experience. All Work Guaranteed to give satisfaction. m Reference and Testimonals, Furnished. Examination Free. Will be at Lancaster, Ky., iijr..-,m Af tViA Wnsnital i ... -- AUGUST 5th to 17th. Rnildind on Danville Street. rraBITHJrftiJEa Ira feat rcMlEiMJEMiSi rtutairgjeairosiirtuCTt , m We j -- ?- iSt. r3 - Our entire line of ladies ready to Under the caption "Geography Of fix It Before The Fair. Presidents" the Memphis Commercial wear garments must be closed out reSurely the horse trough will be put Appeal publishes the, following interest gardless of cost in order to make room incorporated. in operation before the fair. It will be ing informattion: for our immense fall stock. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. a God send to many a poor tired animal years H. T. Logan. It has been about sixty-foduring that week, provided of course GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. since Virginia was the mother of a pres Gone To North Dakota. the water is turned on. ident, but she is going to take up again Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., her old occupation of furnishing the Mr. Harry D. Tomlinson has gone to Judge Emmet as Second-Clas- s Mall Matter. Puryear Well Pleased by country with its chief executive, Braddock North Dakota, near which Member Kentucky Press Association For Woodrow Wilson will be elected place he and his father own several Many Promises of Support and in November. It is so written in the hundred acres of land and upon which in Race. book of political destiny. Eighth is a splendid wheat crop this year, and League. In a way Mr. Wilson is a composite Harry has gone out to look after the Lancaster, Ky., July 19, 1912. Judge Emmett V. Puryear, who is citizen; for, besides his native state, he harvesting. making the race for the Democratic has lived in North Carolina and New nomination for Commonwealths AtRates For Political Announcements Jersey. That he was a good citizen Whisky. torney, has been quite busy this week everywhere is proven by the fact that For Precinct and City Offices $ 5.00 Messrs R. A. Burnside, of this place, meeting the voters in other counties. each of these states is laying partial or County Offices 10.00 Uician Burnam of Richmond, Ed Wells He is greatly pleased with the recepclaim to him as a son. But Virginia For State and District Offices 15.00 having "borned" him will write him in oi Louisville and W. A. Gaines of tion given him everywhere, and is conFor Calls, per line .10 her list of president-sons- . Her roster Covington, four of the prize revenue fident the people will give him their For Cards, per line .10 runs; Washington, Jefferson, Madison, men of the state are engaged in mak- support. For all publications in the intering a reguage of the whisky at the Judge Puryear is a splendid lawyer Monroe, Harrison, Tyler and Taylor. est of individuals or expresThe geographical origin of our presi- Traylor distillery. The work will con and a man of superior business qualifision of individual views, per cations. His reputation as an upright dents is interesting as a study of sec- sume a couple of weeks. line .10 gentleman, sober and temperate in all tions and their varying influences on Obituaries, per line 05 Central Univorsity Law School Suspended. things, is above reproach. If elected public questions. During the formaay a recent vote of the Board of to the responsible position he seeks, tive period of, the republic it was VirANNOUNCEMENTS ginia and Massachusetts that contribut- Trustees the College of Law of Cen- the voters will never have cause to The office of ed the chief officials to the government tral University" has been suspended, regret their decision. For Congress. Commonwealths Attorney is a very It was not until the seventh president tne trustees giving no reason for their We are authorized to announce Jack that the election got away from these action. Prof. Williams, Dean of the important one, and snould be filled by Chinn a candidate for Congress in the two sections. institution resigned recently. Thirteen a man thoroughly pualified and reliable. eighth district, subject to the action of Next to Virginia Ohio has been the young men graduated from the Law The people will make no mistake in the Democratic Primary to be held presidential mother with the largest School last month. placing Judge Puryear in this position. August, 3rd, 1912. Danville Messenger. number of sons. Her list numbers six "Progressives" To Organize. Grant, Hayes, Garfield, the second Har We are authorized to announce Hon. HELM WEAK Following the call of Leslie Combs of J. A. Sullivan a candidate for Congress rison, McKinley and Taft. North Carolina and New York have Lexington Ky. a call in the eighth district, subject to the Facts Indicate That He has been issued to The each given three presidents. Those action of the Democratic Primary to be the "Progressives" of Garrard county from the former were Jackson, Polk, for a Mass Convention to Has No Influence In Washington held August 3rd, 1912. ba held in and Johnson- - Although born in North Lancaster on Saturday July 27th. for City. We are authorized to announce Har- Carolina, it is a strange coincidence the purpose of orgaizing a county comInterior-Journvey Helm as a candidate for Congress that each of these men had become mittee, and electing delegates The at Stanford is to the in the eighth district, subject to the Tennesseans and went to Washington district devoting considerable space in an atconvention to be held in Danbeaction of- - the Democratic Primary to be from this state. New York's contribu- ville Ky. on August 1st to select two tempt to deceive the public into the held August 3rd 1912. tions are Van Buren, Fillmore and delegates to the Nation al Progressive lief that Congressman Harvey Helm Roosevelt; Fillmore falling heir to the Convention to be held in Chicago on has some strength in Washington City, For Commonwealth Attorney. The claim that Congressunexpired term of his chief, Zachary August 5th. We are authorized to announce Emmet Taylor. man Helm came very nearly saving the Puryear as a candidate for Common New England, claiming to be the innation a large sum of money and simiTotten. wealth's attorney, subject to the action tellectual hub of the country, has prolar things are brought out boldly. The On last Saturday the remains of Mr. of the Democratic party. duced only four chief officials, all told. Advocate does not wish to detract from Of these Massachusetts gave the elder Samuel J. Totten were brought here, Congressman Helm's actual accomplishThe Record Is authorized to announce and the younger Adams: New Hamp- taken to the home of Mr. W. J. Ro- ments. We believe in giving him ful W. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candi shire gave Franklin Pierce, and Ver mans and on Sunday afternoon, after credit for all that he has done, but on date for the nomination for Commoshort funeral services at the grave by the other hand we do not believe in de mont Chester A. Arthur. nwealth's Attorney, subject to the New Jersey is represented by Grover Eld. F. M. Tinder, were interred in ceiving the voters for the purpose of Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. Cleveland, securing their support. Each voter Pennsylvania by James the Lancaster cemetery. Mr. Totten has been ill of a com- should consider public men on what Buchanan, and Kentucky by Abraham For County Judge. plication of diseases since last Novem-ber- T thy.uSVe actually accomplished. Con- Lincoln. w uwhiiuiiiii,ii iai niiiiimi r .iMUa and for the past several monnls gressman Helm claims that he is enThese are the "geographical bearing," ton A. Arnold has been confined to his room. Mr. titled to credit for saving the people of the men who have served the counCounty subject to try as chief executives. In November Totten was 53 years of age and was a ten million dollars because he recomthe action of the democratic party. the choice will again lie between Vir- fon of the late Judge William Totten, mended a decrease representing that and until a few years ago was a highly sum in the War Department. Howev We are authorized to announce ginia and Ohio as the next "mother," respected citizen of Lancaster. He er, his recommendation was not acceptJames A. Beazley as a candidate for and, as was said above, Woodrow WilCounty Judge of Garrard county, sub- son will be Virginia's eighth son at the married Miss Amanda Petty and ed, as the Department could not be run moved to Decatur 111, where his death on a less amount than now expended. ject to the action of the Democratic head of the government. occurred. His wife and Miss Scott The Advocate, any Congressman or party. In the current number of LaFollette's Petty accompanied the remains here United States Senator, could offer a For Sheriff. Weekly, in the midtst of a scathing ar- from Decatur. Mr. Totten is survived recommendation for a reduction of We are authorized to announce C. A. raignment of Theodore Roosevelt, Sen- by several brothers and sisters. fifty million dollars in the expenditures Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of ator Robert M. LaFollette takes occabut what would the recommendation Garrard County, subject to the action sion to pay the following graceful com- Teachers in Rural Schools to Have More amount to if it is an impossibility? pliment to Hon. Wm. J. Bryan. Such stuff as that is nothing more than of the Democratic party. Money. "Bryan at Baltimore, foregoing all "hot air" and certainly would not deWe are authorized to announce chance of his own nomination, The rural school teachers are at last ceive any individual with ordinary inmarshal Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff ing all his forces, braving Tammany to have a substantial increase in their telligence. of Garrard county, subject to the ac- and the trusts, to rescue his party salaries, and if there ever was a class But get down to the facts. A year tion of the democratic party. from their domination, carrying the of people who deserved it, it is they. ago last December, Congress became Through all kinds of weather, over all Democratic. There were hundreds of We are authorized to announce W. convention for the adoption of the most kinds of roads, in all kinds of school jobs which were given to Democrats in L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard progressive Democratic platform yet houses, untiring, uncomplaining, they the way of messengers and clerkships. county, subject to the action of the offered, and the nomination of the have given their efforts to the upbuild- There was an average of at least five most progressive Democratic candidate democratic party. ing of the cause of education in Ken- - good jobs available, was a towering figure of for every Democratic mem ""ttacky, and with but meager remuner moral power and patriotic devotion to ber of congress. Congressman Helm For Assessor. ation. While the present raise is small, should have landed at least five of these We are authorized to announce Dave civic righteousness." yet every little bit helps, and we hope jobs for good Democrats in the Eighth C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor to see the day when they will be libCongressional district. By rights, he of Garrard county subject to the ac- - True as the needle to the magnet erally paid, and we believe that day is was entitled to them for his constituent gathers the unterrified democracy about tion of the democratic party. the standard of Gov. Woodrow Wilson, at hand. We give herewith a table But what are the facts in the matter? We are authorized to announce Mr. and the most harmonious campaign ev- showing the pay for teachers holding HE DID NOT LAND A SINGLE ONE, E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- er witnessed is now just about to be- the various classes of certificates and save the position of clerk to his own nation of Assessor of Garrard County, gin. There are no sore heads, no sulk-er- s the rules governing the classification of chairmanship, which he gave to his prisubject to the action of the democratic in their tents, every democrat in their salaries: vate secretary, George Willis, of Teachers holding high grade certifparty. the country of any repute who opposed By poor representation, the icates, $65.00; Teachers holding first Eighth District lost her prorata of posWe are authorized to announce J. B. the candidacy of Gov. Wilson in the class certificates ?55.00; Second class ition in the Democratic House. ConCollier as a candidate for the nomina- outset have recognized his ability and certificates $45.00 and third clas cer- gressmen who had influence gobbled up are rallying to his support, ready and tion for assessor of Garrard county, tificates $35.00. all the jobs and Congressman Helm, subject to the action of the democratic anxious to be in at the big victory For certificates, add $1.50 per menth which will surely be ours in November. as usual, was left with the bag to hold. party. for 2nd class in 3rd class school; add He was absolutely helpless and the $3.00 for 1st class in 3rd class school; We are authorized to announce W. William F. McComb of New York, proof shows that he could not deliver L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- who was the choice of Gov. Woodrow add $4.50 for high class in 3rd class the goods. He could not get that to or of Garrard county subject to the Wilson, was on Monday elected Chair- school; add $1.50 for 1st class in 2nd which he was justy entitled. class school; add $3.00 for higher class action of the Democratic party. man of the National Democratic In the light of such facts is it any succeeding Norman E. Mack of in 2nd class school; add $1.50 for high- wonder that he is forced to return to For School Superintendant. Buffalo. Mr. McCombs was also em- er class in 1st class school. his constituents and ask for For attendance, add $2.00 per month We are authorized to announce Miss powered to appoint a committee of not on what he tried to do? More lor 50 per cent attendance; add $4,00 than a hundred Jennie Higgins as a candidate for less than nine members to take active per residents endeavored to month for 70 per cent attendance. School Superintendant for Garrard charge cf Gov. Wilson's campaign. induce Congressman Helm to For experience, add $2.00 per month county, subject to the action of the Joseph E. Davies of Madison Wisconsin the star route between Danville for 2 years experience; add $3.00 per was chosen Secretary of the body to Democratic party. and Perryville. In this he proved an month for 3 years experience; add $4.00 succeed Urey Woodson of Kentucky. per month for 4 years experience; add absolute failure. Apparently the DeFor Jailer. partment paid no attention to his effThe Committee of Managers of the $5.00 per month for 5 years experience. orts. Mr. N. A. Campbell, who carried We are authorized to announce Jack Rules governing salary schedule, National House on Monday placed bethe star route which Congressman Helm Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Garfore that body the impeachment of 1 Allow no increase for attendance permitted to be discontinued, was en county, subject to the action of rard Judge Robert W. Archbold of the Com to teachers of no experience. the Democratic party. 2 Allow credit for only two years gaged by numerous residents of the old merce Court Rep. Henry Clayton of route to continue to carry their mail We are authorized to announce Dave Alabama read the document to the experience for teachers holding second and Mr. Campbell still runs his hack Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- House, which charges "high crimes class certificates, regardless of time and carries the mail, receiving payment-frotaught. rard county, subject to the action of and misdemeanors." private sources. 3 Allow no credit for experience in the Democratic party. The Advocate has endeavored to show schools of third class. Hear Judge Suliiyan at the court the real facts known to the people genFor Magistrate. house on the afternoon of the 22d, erally. What has been stated above is GreatMass Of Proof. known to be true by the average voter We. are authorized to announce county court day. Reports of 30,000 Cases of Kidney of the district. Congressman Cantrill, John N. White as a candidate for Some of Them Lancaster James Stanley and other leaders have Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- Prizes For Tobacco At The Kentucky Trouble, Cases. been able at all times to take care of State Fair. rard county, subject to the action of Each of some 6,000 newspapers of their respective districts in a way that the democratic party. The State Fair Management anthe United States is publishing from Congressman Helm, according to the nounces the following classification week to We are authorized to announce week, names of people in its records, has never done. One KentucWaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- and prizes for tobacco at the coming particular neighborhood, who have used ky Congressman in Washington some Ky. and recommended Doan's Kidney istrate in the first district of Garrard State Fair to be held Pills months ago declared that when the County, subject to the action of the September 9th to 14th, 1912. for kidney backache, weak kidneys, Kentucky representatives decided to BURLEY (Crop 19m democratic partv. bladder troubles and urinary disorders. take some particular course, they met, 1st 2nd 3rd This mass of proof includes over 30,000 left Helm out, and after the meeting We are authorized to announce Ship-to-n Red Leaf $20.00 $10.00 $5.00 testimonials. Lancaster is no excep told him what they had agreed to do. H. Estes as a candidate for Bright Leaf 20.00 10.00 5.00 tion. Here is one of the Lancaster Congressman Helm claims that he has in the first district of Garrard Cigarette Wrapper . 20.00 10.00 5.00 W. M. Zanorie, Canal & Orchard Sts, done wonders at Washington and that county, subject to the action of the Bright Trash 20.00 10.00 5.00 Lancaster, Ky., says; can speak he is a great force there. Is it unreasdemocratic party. Best four samples from a single crop highly of Doan's Kidney "I Pills, as they onable to ask why he did not get for embracing Red Leaf, Bright Leaf, have proven excellent in my case. They the Eighth Congressional district the We are authorized to announce Ciga.ette Wrapper and Trash $5.00 do all that is c'aimed for them. My pro rata of jobs to which the district is Charles C. Becker as a candidate for BURLEY (Crop 1912) kidneys were disordered and the kidney entitled; is it unreasonable to ask why Magistrate in the second district of 1st 2nd 3rd secretions were irregular in passage he failed to have the star roue between Garrard county, subject to the action Red Leaf $10.00 $5.00 $2.00 contained sediment I had pains in my Perryville and Danville of the democratic party. 10.00 Bright Leaf 5.00 2.00 back and sides and when I stooped, I We predict that other Congressmen and We are authorized to announce Tay- Cigarette Wrapper.. 10. 00 5.00 2.00 had difficulty in straightening. Finally the United States Senator will name lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- Bright Trash 5.00 .JO.OO 2.00 I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they the postmasters and Collector in this Best four samples from a single crop completely relieved me of my trouble." district it Congressman Helm is re- istrate in the second district of Gara jt"l rard county, subject to the action of embracing Red Leaf, Bright Leaf l or sale by all dealers. Price KO eiectea, just liKe tney took nis jods in .1 the democratic party. I Cigarette Wrapper and Trash $2.50 cents. lm. the Eighth District away from him. TheCentral Record Take Your Troubles To Your Superintendent. County. ur District-Publisher- s Superintendent of Schools Barksdale Hamlett has issued the following circu lar letter to the teachers and trustees of the state. We are of the opinion that Su'pt Hamlett is exactly right in issuing such instructions. Your county superintendent is the proper person to whom to go with your school difficulties and in nine cases out out of ten will satisfactorily adjust them for you. TO TEACHERS AND TRUSTEES :- GOOD : FOR : 1,000 : VOTES When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. M Good For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered In Fiano Contest. I VOTE FOR. - ' Self-Evide- nt al oft-repeat- ed The'proper medium for the settlement of controversies arising between teachers and trustees is the county superintendent of schools. Many teachers, trustees and citizens have a custom of writing-thState Superintendent of Public Instruction about every little detail of school management I have no objection to answering these inquiries and it is always a pleasure to render assistance to any school official or citizen interested in the welfare of the school. These requests often state only one side of the question and it is impossible to give a fair decision until we have heard both sides. In view of these fact, I think it wise and just for all trustees, teachers and citizens to submit these questions first to the county superintendent. When an opin ion is needed, the county superintendent is the proper person to ask for an opinion from the State office. When this is done, he can give both sides of the question and Lthe State office can render an intelligent opinion, Strictly speaking, t have no authority to give an opinion, except upon an appeal to all teachers and trustees, to submit your questions first to the county superintendent, who is the proper person to decide all questions of difference and doubt regarding the schools of his cotnty. Yours very truly, BARKSDALE HAMLETT, Supt. e ,SANET.Y Sanety Fruit Jars EXTRA WIDE MOUTH ' Sanicap Tops Please try this jar. It will meet your approval. Extra wide mouth and sanitary. insist on his getting them for you. old-styl- Jf your grocer has none in stock, Also, ask for Sanicap Tops for your e Mason Jars. They are cleaner and more sanitary. Your Grocer can get these jars through Curry, BrownS Snyder, Lexington, Ky. What Makes A Woman? . a,r rr V One hundred and twenty pounds, more or less, of bone and muscle don.t make a woman. Its a crood fonndntinn Put into it health and strength and she may rule a kingdom. But that's just what Electric Bitters give her. Thousands bless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and for dispelling weakness, nervousness, backache and tired, listless, worn out feelilig; "Electric Bitters have done me a world of good," writes Eliza Pool. Depew, Okla, "and I thank you, with all my heart, for making such a good medicine." Only 50c Guaranteed by R. E. McRob-ert- s & Son. But They Think They Could. About one man in a hundred can BLUE GRASS AUGUST FAIR 12th. 6 Big Days and Nights, Commencing MONDAY, Races Daily. America's Greatest Horse Show. 5 Big Saddle Horse Stakes. Running and Harness $25,000 in Premiums. Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock. have a chance to find out whether they can or not. Mail Carriers Will Fly. stand prosperity. The other 99 never Innes Band of America. Sensational Free Acts Daily. The Greater Parker Shows. This is an age of great discoveries. Progress rides on the air. Soon we may see Uncle Sam's mail carriers flv- ing in all directions, transporting mailS People take a wonderful interest in a discovery that benefits them. That's why Dr. King's New Discovery for Coughs, Colds and other throat and lung diseases is the most popular medicine in America. "It cured me of a dreadful cough," writes Mrs. J. F. Davis, Stickney Corner, Me., "after doctor's treatment and all other remedies had failed." Excellent for coughs colds or any bronchial affection. Price 50cand$l.Q0. Trial bottle free at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Kentucky Fair Dates. See The Big Floral Parade First Day. Reduced Rates on all Roads. For Catalog or further information address JOHN W. BAIN, Sec. Lexington, Ky. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. $Surp1us 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Shel-byvill- e. Madisonville, July Mt. Sterling, July days. 23- -5 days. Frankfort, July 23- -4 days. 164 J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Lancaster July 24-Georgetown, July 30 5days. Harrodsburg, July 304 days. Henderson, July 304 days. Berea, August days. 3 days. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Com-mitte- et Taylorsville, August G 4 days. Uniontown, August days. Winchester, August 74 days. Danville, August days.; Mt. Vernon, Ausust days. Versailles, August days. Lexington Bluegrass Fair, August 13 D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. 65 73 73 73 CORTRIGHT Storm-proo- f, too, because they interlock tad overlap in such a way that the finest driving snow or rain cannot sift under them. Best roof for country buildings, because they're safe from all the elements. They'll last as long as the building, and never need repairs. 7 12- -6 days. Mag-Btrat- e, 1 1 a 1 I, H. S. Christopher, as administrator the door and good spring house'right in of Wm. Christopher, deceased, will on the yard; never failing stream of water for stock. Thursday, July 25th, 1912 At the same time and place I will sell all the personal property consisting Beginning at 1 o'clock p. m. of 2 good work Horses, 2 Sows and Piga bidder the farm of farming implements, etc, good two Sell to the highest Wm. Christopher, deceased, contain- horse wagon and good hay frame, waging 93J acres, located at Buena Vista, on and plow gear, household and kitch4 days. Garrard County, Ky., on the Burgin en furniture and one good piano. Monticello, September days. Any one desiring to look at the farm Kentucky State Fair, Sept. days and Dix River turnpike, right at the church-a- s before day of sale, can call on me at Postoffice and in sight of three Melbourne, Sept, 175 days. and a good school. This farm is premises and I will be glad to show Horse Cave, Sept, 184 days. Morgantown, September 193 days. located in the best agricultural district same. Remember tl at this property MUST in the county, and Is in a good state of Falmouth, Sept, 244 days. grow good be sold to wind up the estate of said de cultivation; well adapted to Glasgow. Sept, 254 days. tobacco, hemp corn and wheat. Every ceased. Adairville, Sept. 263 days. Terms made known on day of sale. acre can be cultivated. The improveBowling Green, Ky, October 2 ments consist ' of a good seven-roo4 days. H. S. CHRISTOPHER, frame dwelling house, in good repair Murray, Oct days. Administrator of Wm. Christopher. with all necessary out buildings which Elkton, Oct, days. are all good. A ;No. 1 good cistern at A. T. Scott, Auct. Mayfield, October days. 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 21 4 days. Stanford, August 213 days. Eminence, August 224 days. Ewing, August 223 days. Shelbyville, August 274 days. Hodgenville, August 273 days. 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 4 I days. Flizabethtown, Sept. days. days. Paris. Sept. Tompkins ville, Sept, days. Barboursville, Sept. days. Bardstown, Sept, days. Sanders, Fair, Sept 4 IARE FIREPROOF T e Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia Administrator's Sale, 35 33 44 43 44 .Tri-Coun- ty H 34 96 n m 24 33 94 r- rXf ,. - mS "&i yfc.x -- . iJy;, - D TLZ!!!Zri!"iiry:VJt" tgSgjsgsgjjs Here a Is fc& Interesting .JSk-- News Jm. fB For Everyone, 1 ii ?si fcr? T fT i JJ t -- m -- fife. Jfeaaae' A. JUL 1A4.1r i JL s til, a esspa 1- So 25 H l"B ii 1 fY Sk, w , PT v? S3 an ,. &TSS WF && 9 il B e n K Ik H 3&&SI .1 i lift Skyt'S oay Eir-Mirai W- - S 9tS4 5 si rt.1 Liu. B.oaB o. Kg .' 1-- 9C (fc- - .DU VTSSS3 t nTfiSf.Kl fe l:k.4 ..id irXi ..i..'T r ?4 I. M tflV--J ! ! fa ""M K U K rSS WSm Mtm T" leska IMI t&ai IL m?. K3'i? 3 'j'Ji ffiGS IVtXli W ll is'i lg Fi .i JJ Sir35r'J Hl'iW Ps ra pa a i MM ., g&BH BHUH 1 PftfJaj Ira py ttTi.ei bWV'J SCI 4 Mfgf3 frSl IS BH RsJw :5L5 BSri sew less tfh&SHI. ltS! BKil 1 IBM psi Kri StfJsS - f- J"l t'i ptj liif jtJ Ji JW3 -T ayt m yJi irfr i jL t Hto lyJJUoJ J' CfrTyB 3 .'4 1 i. k .. . All Merchandise is Greatly Reduced, so as to make the selling very Fast. This Sale comes just in time to enable you to get ready for the FAIRS at a very small expense. The Savings offered you on Reliable Merchan dise are very large. This is not a Sensational Sale I do not claim to be selling goods below cost But I am offering splendid values because I believe it to be good Merchandising to reduce my stocks You may profit by the low prices mentioned below. F3 I V 31 pr?" J? Hill fin a M 11& A i. Beginning Monday July 22nd, W&&lF& away Drinking Gups. Come I vill give lws early and be n sure of getting one mj Jfc To T .u air Be sure to Note These u 1 Women and Misses HERE ARE FOUR :S m m W3 Mothers t ummer Sh Decidedly Reduced, Ladies Oxfords and pumps in tan, patent leather, new buck, canvas.velvets, gun metals, in all colore worth 3B8&B T ARGAINS $3-98 Prices On Clothes For The BOY. Boys knee suits worth 5.00 to G00 go in this sale ." Our 3.50 and 1.00 knee suits at I You Cannot Afford to Miss. John B. Stetson hats, all colors and shapes for Mens 10c socks, all colors for 3c . at . ...... ..S3.98 2,98 1.25 $2.98 350 to .1.50 at 100 pairs odds and ends in ladies shoes and oxfords worth 50c to 08c from 1.50 to 3.00 to close out from Wash ties worth 25c for Mens 10c handkerchiefs for 14c Mens shoes and oxfords, the famous Florsheim make worth o.OO-tG.00 go in this sale at 3.50 and 4.00 oxfords at . 2.9S 3c MENS SUITS. $1.98 One lot of men suits, pretty patterns worth 5.00 to 10.00 '150 men suits ranging in prices from 10.00 to 2l.)( in odds 3.98, 1.98 G.28 & 7.50 and ends mostly in small sizes go at Mens all wool blue serge suits, this seasons goods, latest styles, worth 15,00 to 1G.50. These are bargains you 8.98 and 10.98 cannot afford to miss at All of our high class clothing this seasons latest styles, all colors, worth from $18.50 to $25.00 positively go in this sale at the very low price of $14.98 each. You cannot afford to miss these bargains. Mens dress pants worth 1.25 to 1.50 at Our regular line mens dress pants worth 3.50 to 5:00 go at ' MENS SHIRTS. pretty 1 SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON h m? All our regular line of mens 50 and 75c shirts, n arments and MISSES. 98c 2.98 POR WOMEN "You may buy a Beautiful Voile, Pigue, Marquisette inthis sale at i2e. One big lot of men shirts in odds and ends, good patterns, in the Monarch and Cluett, worth 1.00 to 2,00 go in this sale at from 49c to 79c A big line of mens dress shirts just secured for the fair, worth 1.50 to 2.00. Sale price 1.00 to 1.50. These are positively the best values ever offered in the jphirt line. Mens - piece tfnderwear worth 1.00 go at 25 each or 50c suit Men union suits poms knit worth 1.0 to l.'ifj go at 75c All our line of kid, dress and work gloves greatly reduced in price. : Mens work socks worth 10c now - 6c go patterns MENS FURNISHINGS. ' Dress 3c 9c 42c or- - a Norfolk Suit, Linen or Pique for a very Low MENS HATS. One lot of mens and boys straw hats worth 50c to 75c All of our regular line of best hats, all colors worth from go in this sale at 2.50 to 3-50 Mens handkerchiefs Mens suspenders worth 20c Mens suspenders worth 50 to 75c Price. It will pay you to come and see these smart summer garments. Linen and Pk Norfolk Suits worth 7.50 to 8.50 reduced to $5.48 Voiles and Marquesette Dresses At half price Linen Dusters, just the thing you need for the fairs at greatly reduced prices. A look will convince you that we can save you money on Ladies ready to wear garments- - 25c 1.95 MENS and BOYS BELTS. Belts worth 25 to 35c sale price Belts wor'h 50 to 75c sale price- Belts worth 75c to $1.00 sale price . Big Rednction in every department. you money. We can save 21c 42c G9c t f Don't fail to call on us before going to the fair and get a "free drinking cup. ' RELIABLE Merchan ONLY. e - 9 11 i v""- Us & Jlb.Sia" sryy-.. t 1 UVllull JTTJESL, gY. 1 inciwLZT ii ii ii 11 11 mm ' umng STORE- - i i " a r-- r aA''. c. P . - -- ta w -'- - ... t9HnM:i v ,, r . . . R R53TZcr ?J r2i . WB1 HH gap) , I V f uiau 8 ;fw IF"51 p && 1 Ja- - 4? L cite 1 JL Jj '?-rJ- AND 11 s - &J? I. glfe i?SJr &' sc -- va. a ! ayfflffliiaVA I ! ""i H TT wa &&&& I ''Uvi JkJ . M I LU el 1 rt L 1 ll L If a U if ! I . gQUNDS - S . - s'f'Ha - ' ft "rtfT SEATING im iQLni -j NEW - A I UJnLJL m CAPACITY r DAZZLING . v v 1g.-y- r mwmi - OF . BIG ym "Sw 18 6 a;. MIDWAY " -'--2 AMPHITHEATER INCREASED. i"'--. . 'W v' 1. AND '". -- Z3i&&i1 ?,l ffUr- 3r. B FREE t -- 3JLX C BBBa ft! Sr . unniF-- tS(i GuJb kI - ' .MWt?--. ATTRACTIONS. ... i - H imBij ifiisiiFcPPiri afe Pi I S li it ll MS mV3 3 y ElaaLiw k5 l 'on7 Bin 5 JS g"KHEBt1$ t ra h r? P?sa ltr vt 'S. ' i at- -. , M. .. ' "--.- : ' r ? LIBERAL PREMIUMS. ; feKi ''" S5 -- fe- - s " ..i . siyou 11 ii iR .il 4 . ! Kr5 ' I. Ii5.UIi ISIIS lUi Etyjtgfgtgg i hs svisiyi xii ? K ! 5 Ci HllSlBiagL. ei hj k Ein R SWA yfU isa- - Eyyrifliii U3 i'f'ysfti ".'. .sr jwi . - SSrS'SSSHS'SSEKSlFTWFT'' ..i.i ,t ---- n -- t i I This is the Eighth Annual Fair and will be better than any Previous Exhibition. Premium List Out July 10th. i bb M . awsr r JL 1t -- J. fl. BEflZLEY, Pp BnTTr " . - -- L. ELKIN, Secy. I rvi-.- -- fe ttB m B MB .W H iHHfc MM HBI 1 MIH MM 0HHM FROM US. Just Time Enough Left To Have It Made. l-- I S ) P 15c Lawns Still Selling at 8 3c. Embroideries Reduced to Half Price. I THE JOSEPH People v MERCANTILE -- COMPANY i r Bf The Ladies Store Of Your Town. i I Dain Mowet p Sweep Rakes Gossip About v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. Miss Elsie Morrow is enjoying a at Crab Orchard Springs. rest i ECZEMA? TRY ZEMO 1 You Can HMaHMWHaMHaMWHaBaaM We Loan Money e securionly on ty, we pay 3 per cent on time deposits and are always ready and willing to oblige depositors. When you want your hanking business attended to in a perfectly satis gilt-edg- Mrs. R. L. Brown of Barbourville is here the guest of Mrs. C. C. Brown. Has Cured Worst Cases And Prove It For Only 25 Cents. and HAY STACKERS. Great Labor Savers. Yes, try Zemo. That's all you need Mr, Thorton Rice of Richmond is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice. do to get rid of the worst case of eczema. You take no chance, it is no exMiss Lottie Carson of Stanford is periment. Zemo is positively guaranhere for a visit to Lancaster relatives. teed to stop itching, rash, raw, bleed- Walter A Wood Mowers Walter J. ii Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance . & W O S3 your needs and make specialty especially adapted for your write investigate our property. It will pay special policy. MM w H V-- I 4 HARTFORD, INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Mr?. James Cuthbertson, of Bowling ing eczema, make a pimpled face Louis Gill has been in Danville for a Green is the guest of Mrs. C. C. Brown smooth and clean. Zemo is a wonder and the minute applied it sinks in, stay with friends. Mr. Jesse Arnold of Frankfort, was vanishes, leaves no evidence, doesn't W. B. Burton is enjoying a visit at here several days this week on busiA. Wood Self Dump, stick, no grease, just a pure, clean, the Crab Orchard springs. ness. wonderful liquid and it cures. This is Miss Bessie Brown left Monday to Master Norman Soper, of Richmond guaranteed. Zemo is put up by the is here visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, visit friends in Shelbyville. Mo., and sold by all djruggists at $1 Mrs. W. D. Walker is in Louisville Soper. for the largest bottle and at 25 cents the guest of Mrs. O. H. Irvine. Miss Iola Brown has been visiting Gas Engines her grandparents Mr. and Mrs: J. T. for the liberal size trial bottle. Try Perry Browning, of Winchester, is one bottle and be convinced. Spratt. the guest of Master Joe West. R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store. Mrs. R. H. Batson has returned Mrs. Wm. Hays, of Stanford is with from Stanford where she has - been Mrs. James A. Beazley. Mr. and visiting. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, Mr. John Parks, of Richmond, is the Mr. Powers Glass of Lynchburg, Va. guest or Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Walker. was Miss Letty May McRoberts guest Co for a few days. Little Miss Cecil Batson is in StanSee Beasley & Collier for hail insurford with her grandmother Mrs. J. L. Adolph Joseph is at home after a ance on your tobacco. Hilton. vacation of two weeks spent in Eaton Lucy Francis has been in Rich- Ohio and Peru Ind. Miss A few mowing machines very cheap mond visiting Misses Edna and Naomi Mr. J. J. Eads of Ohio will spend the this week. W. J. Romans. Ballew. remainder of the summer with his Rock bottom prices on harness for to The many friends of James I. Ham- uncle Mr. J. T. Spratt. thirty days. W. J. Romans. 2 ilton are glad to see him able to be of a We Miss Ella Thompson of Danville will out again. arrive in a few days and be MissHallieJ Beasley & Collier will protect your a policy tobacco against damage by hail, call on Miss Bessie Yantis, of Indianapolis, Brown's guest for the fair. them. .O is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. James you to Mrs. E. H. Smith and children of Don't miss the great bargains on Dudderar. Birmingham Ala. are here the guest of buggies for thirty days. Miss Margaret Francis, of Cincinnati her parents Mr, and Mrs. S. B. Henry. W. J. Romans. is the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burton of Mrs. James Fiancis. For Atlanta 111. are the guest" of Mr. and first-cla- Sale: Flanders Touring Car in Apply at this condition. Mrs. Maria McLaughlin of Knights- - Mrs. James P. Prather and family office. 2t Iville, Ind., is the guest of Mrs. John this week. It. G. Woods. PAINT LICK, KY. Garnett Kemper. I represent the Knoxville Nursery Co S. Ross in the countv. Mrs. Charles Burdette and daughters of Tenn, I can supply you with high Mrs. G. M. Patterson and daughter of Broken Arrow Oklahoma are here grade flowers, Tornado shrubs, rhubarb, asparleft Friday for a months stay at Lake visiting Mrs. Burdett's father Mr. T. agus, roses, vines, all kinds of ornaD. Chestnut. Chautauqua New York. Of mental and fruit trees. I solicit your Miss Katherine Harris, of Stanford, J. Bradford Jennings of Pecos Texas orders for fall delivery. Phone 200 is visiting her grand parents, Judge will arrive Saturday for a stay with Jas. A. Royston, Agent. his wife and little son at the home of and Mrs. E. W. Harris. pair of 2 year old mules, For SALE-on- e Misses Delia Tinder and Mary Elmore Mr. J. Alex Doty. one 3 year old work mule, one 2 year Miss Margaret Brown gave a delight- old filly and one 5 year old mare. This were at Junction City the past week for the teachers institute. ful little party to a few of her little is all good stock and work good. Wm. Royston, Fair View, Ky, Miss Emma Doty left this week to friends. Tuesday afternoon, to celebrate visit her sisters Mesdames Ed Smith her seventh birthday. Notice To Contractors. Misses Mamie Stormes Dunn and and George Boegard in Richmond. Martha Tinder, were the leaders of a Sealed bids will be received until Sat. Miss Allie Yantis is at home after a grand picnic of about 25 little folks at urday, July 6th, for the erection of the visit of several weeks with her cousin Dripping Springs, Thursday. new Consolidated School building at Miss Bessie Yantis, of Indianapolis. Paint Lick. Plans and specifications Mis3 Lucile Spratt entertained a Mesdames J. G. Burnside and Thom- number of her friends in honor of her are in my office and may be seen upon Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. as Slavin have returned from the San- guests Mr. Clifton Hogan, G. W. application. immmmmmmmammmmmmMammmmm Miss Jennie Higginc, Co., Supt- 3t atorium at Crab Orchard improved in Slaughter and Miss Louise Farris. $40.00. will IWSsMs? Steel Rakes $20.00. Buggies at Cost. and Ensilage Cutters. factory manner try an account with this bank. 25-ce- nt The Garrard Bank & Trust Company. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. u D A Genuine Hair Restorer. Did you ever know of any hair preparation which would really grow hair, and restore the color to gray or faded hair? There are many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it w probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their attention Farmers. 3 o n manufacturers. There are many Hair Restorers which are nothing more than harmful chemical dyes, which do not grow any hair, the only result being tha t they dyed the hair, having no permanency and often causing a streaky appearso-call- ance. 3 KEMPER Fire. Hail. C& WOODS, Insurance. ss Aetna, National Hartford. We Write Any Kind of It has been the aim of the chemists for years to discover a preparation which would really grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, but heretofore they have met with no success. Prof. Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless vegetable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer and will grow hair and does not contain any dye of any kind, but will postively restore the natural color and brilliatcy to gray and faded hair. This is a very strong statement to make and if any chemist without the recognized ability and national reputation of Prof. Rembler were to make this claim we would be inclined to be skeptical as to its truth. It will be remembered by readers that are familiar with scientific discoveries that Prof. Rembler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding glass and also the Rembler wireless Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler 13 entitled to consideration as he would not make any statements which were not true and would injure his established reputation. The Siloron Mfg, Co. of Pueblo, Colo, have purchased the exclusive American rights to manufacture Sagine, as they have named Prof Rembler's invention, after having made a six month's test of Sagine and thoroughly demonstrating that it would postively do the work. The Siloron Mfg. Co. have authorized us to make the following remarkable offer to all who need a "Genuine Hair Restorer." They wih send a written agreement with every bottle of Sagine, to the effect that if one bottle of Sagine conscientiously used according to the directions does not give entire satisfaction to the purchaser; if Sagine does not actually grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair, remove dandruff and make the hair healthy and glossy, that they will pay the sum of $5 to any dissatisfied purchaser. This is the strongest offer ever made by any manufacturer and one they could not possible make if they did not know positively from experiment that it would do exactly what they claim for it No one takes any chance in buying Sagine as it is certainly worth $1 to use a Genuine Hair Restorer that will grow hair, and if it does not give satisfaction they will pay you the $5 as agreed. Send a $1 bill to The Siloron Mfg. Co. Pueblo, Colo., stating that you wish to purchase a bottle of Sagine with the written agreement to grow hair and restore the color to gray or faded hair or pay you the sum of $5 and it will be sent to you by express in plain wrapper. The Siloron Mfg. Co. is incorporated under the Laws of the State of Colorado and refer you to the mercantile agencies or any Pueblo banks as to their ability to fulfill any agreement they make. THE SILORON MF'G CO., Pueblo, Colo. i V v FAIR - Mrs. Dr. J. T. Evans and Miss GerMammoth Cave. daughter, trude Moss of Middlesboro came ThursMr. John Greenleaf and Garrrrd County's trip to Mammoth Miss Van, of Richmond, were with day to visit Miss Lennie Moss and will Mrs. Emma Kauffman and daughters be her guests for the Lancaster Fair. Cave will be July 30th. The round trip rail road fare from all stations Sunday. $5.65. All expenses at Cave and hotel Insect Bite Costs Leg. Miss Katie Simpson has returned The latter 6.50 for three days trip. after an enjoyable visit to" her friend A Boston man lost his leg from the amount includes your board at Cave Mrs. O. L. Blanchard at Huntington bite of an insect two years before. To hotel aud the several routes through avert such calamities from stings and the cave, making the total expense for West Va. bites of insects use Bucklen's Arnica the three days outing $12.15. Limit on Eld. F. M. Tinder and D. C. Walker Salve promptly to kill the poison and 10 days. Write or phone L. & left the first of the week for a recuper- prevent inflammation, swelling and tickets 3t. N. Agent. s, JAS. B. WILLIAMS,Sec ative stay at the Spitzler Sanitorium, pain. W. H. HARRIS, Pres. James hood, sm Heals burns, boils, ulcers, piles, Crab Orchard. Kentucky. czema, cuts, bruises. Only 25 cents Lancaster, Notice! Poultry Miss Nora Christopher, of Somerset, at R. E. McRoberts & Son. is making a stay with her cousins A Face Retenoid. News to Her. 11-4Misses Katie Barnes Dickerson and L, adies Delight. "New York Bank Returns," read A. Freckle Remover, Pearl and LaVerne Dickerson. an old Jady. "And I never knew that CURES Mrs. Mildred Beazley who has been one of them had been missing," she B leaches the Skin, A labasterlike Effect, Any in Stanford visiting was called home remarked. Punch. Cholera. Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, mooth, velvety skin, by the illness of her son, Mr. J. A. KOSE AS OOOD-- XO Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry T onic for Face Muscles, COXXt SO PAT Beazley, who is now showing improvefof yean aad iak it tiw bert MtuK&B(7uUBu!riowo.KruyK "I tare Died Reaps The Choice Of A Husband. You like from our R ejuvenates Your. Youth, ment. tr "" poultry maedy mde. llarrestapesaadlimbeiaeckwUhoatfaiL CI Great Beautifying Power, Of dropped down tie Wlc a gra Will Coos. Brritown.Ky.. wye "One drop of Redpe Mrs. Lula Daily and daughter, of is too important a matter for a woman caickeakSU lite worm and teEereith. duel initially. IiiithebalpreTsiDvelluTerfanied. timber piles. No need ovelief Facial Appearance. Danville, and Mrs. .Edith Kurtz and to be handicapped by weakness, bad Mffl. aid Gaaraatted by J. Sobt Crume, Bardstewa, Ky. Price 50c at all Bra&Itfj. Alabastrol to spend time in look two children of Muncie, Ind , were blood or foul breath. Avoid these kill- SOLD BY here last week the guests of Mrs. J. hopes by taking Dr. King's Life Pills. In the last two months we sold 1,852 R. E. McRoberts & Son. ing for good ones. New strength, fine complexion, pure packages of Alabastrol. Why? Because G. Pointer. breath, cheerful spirits things that it is the most perfect production of its Every stick in the Misses Naoma Ballew Annie May their use. Easy, safe, kind on the market, universally indorswin and Ellen Walker, of Richmond will pile is sound, season25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. sure, ed by users. Removes Freckles, Sunarrive this week and be entertained by burn, Tan, etc Allays chafed skin able and straight. the Misses Kavanaugh and remain their TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE and is the Ideal Combination Cream 9 guests until after the fair. upon the beams depends the house. That's and powder. None give that soothing, Remember that Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton, of cooling feeling as Alabastrol and whose why you should get the best which means getting them have as house party guests, use is so much appreciated. It acts on Missas Ruth Waller, of Louisville, Hal-l- y the face not unlike a refreshing, cool here. Coy of Richmond, Agnes Miles and ing Spring Morning. We guarantee it Mattie Adams, of Lancaster. We have moved to East Water street to be satisfactory in every respect. Mailed to your home in generous size lf block East of LexingRev. C. C. Brown was.called to Buck one and horn, one of the missionery fields of ton avenue. All orders called for and packages and in plain wrapper for 50 Cents-SilveNo Samples. the Presbyterian church this week, but delivered. Phone 340. m services will be conducted by his brothThe Siloeon Mf'g Co., I Lancaiter, Ky; Office Phone 18. Pueblo, Colorado (Home Phone fc. itf. Faulkner, fllgr. er, Rev. R. L. Brown of Barboursville. health. Lancaster Colored AUGUST v-Pre- 9th & 10th, '12 Facts. r Take Beam WB Raisers 4 S 'liir'' men-follo- w Bry-antsvil- le, Dry Cleaning Co one-ha- Lancaster W. O. Ri$ney Funeral Director and Embalmer. 33. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. r. . The Ore August 7 Enlarged Floral Hall and Poultry Department Big Premiums in all Departments and a most liberal and interesting program throughout. W. P. GIVENS, President. mm w HF I ill yll nnest Merry B gffyS g Go-Rou- 3jela a A u d In The United States i GALORE. . With $750. Band I M. DUNN, Secretary. JESSAMINE CIRCUIT COURT. Vs-No- For Catalogs and Other Information Address Danville, Ky. j r j . t Public Sale Of Commissioner's Land. Sale. On SATURDAY JULY 27TII 1912 s(o! - frofcx4ea '.xx-x,ooJs- , Always Ready car ready to go on the job. Itwill stand up to its work day in and day out talce the hills and rough places as cheerfully as the smooth, and the only care it asks is lubrication. (Flanders) "20" is delivered, you have a From the moment a Studebaker I j I v. ill olRr for sale at public outcry 107 acres of blue grass an( lying on the Paint Lie!: ami White Lick turnpike, four miles south of Paint Lick, Ky. Has a tenant house, good orchaid, Rood fences and water This land is fertile and productive. Sale on the premises I at 2 p. ni. Call on or write W. F. Champ, Executor, W. II. (Jrifltth Estate, Lancas ter, Ky. It Studebaker cars are built for honest everyday service, end will give you service not excuses. You can start on the longest journey in full confidence that you will finish as strong as you began. Mechanicafstability, beauty of design, simplicity of control, low price and low upkeep cost combine to make the Studebaker "20" an ideal car. "PublieSaieT Having decided to dispose of some stock, I will on SATURDAY, JULY 20, 1912 at 1 o'clock sell the following property: One'seven year old mare with horse colt by side; 1 three year old stallion; 1 three year old mare; 1 live year old mare; 2 short horn cows and 2 calves; 30 head of hogs; mowing machine; hay rake, good it new; Disc Harrow and other farming implements. One-hainterest in I acres of fine tobacco and 12 acres of corn, 1 new runabout and harness. House hold and kitchen i'ur-- j niture. Terms made known on day of lf i I j j-4-- The $800 Studebaker ' (Flanders) k "20" it HUSTON ROBERTS, Am. Bourne, Auct. Marksbury, Ky. ' Price, Standard Equipped, $800 f . o. b. Detroit. Equipped as above, with Top, Windshield, and Speedometer, $8S5. r Ask our dealer for the ncio Studebaker art catalogue or send to us for HON. J. A. SULLIVAN, Who will address the voters of Garrard County at the Court House on MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE MILLERSBURG. An Attractive Home - The Studebaker Corporation HASELDEN BROS. Phone Detroit, Michigan 49. Lancaster, Ky. Manda, July 22nd. . KENTUCKY. School For Girls. KJtfca5T?ig;53ZSJagggg3 GOj HERBS & MOOTS Cure Diseases, The Ss afi T N"4 -- xste. &J&S& m y. V6 '''F&SS&bZZ ". mypVf 4.MVft" 1$ -- "" &$ v5gg - y& Bible says s9 &. It J A BEAZLEY mmiQ sroveii every Funeral Director and Embalmer Mk4tmop ay by 7--- Pupils are surrounded with an atmos phere of culture, wholesome fellowship and safe religious environment. New buildings combining, all conveniences. Health record unsurpassed. Academic and College Entrance courses. Music Department under a skilled artist train ed in Germany. Lecture and concert course. Domestic Science. Expenses for board, tuition, etc lower than any other school of like grade. Send for catalog. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pros. 5 i)t Millersburg, Ky. fliiiip PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera and other chick diseases. Office Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. CHARL WHITEMOON, 3729-3- 1 the Cow Boy iei b'alist in?js .p W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. MALARIA headache, biliousness, in- ments, the purchaser being required to execute bonds with approved security Oflice Hours arer payable to the undersigned for the price, to have the force and effect of a 8a.m ton. l p.m. to i. Stornu-s-' Drug Stere. down the throat of a "eapey" judgment and to bear interest at the chicken destroys the worms rate of six percent per annum from day and saves the chick's life. A of sale. Said sale will be made about few drops in the drinking water the hour of 12 o'clock. M., on said day. DENTIST. CURES and JOHN H. WELCH, M. C. J. C. C. Phone Go. Lancaster, Ky. Viryil McWilliams. &c. I'lainliiTs, 3 tice Of Sale. Ci . Wm. Sanders, Admr. &c. Defendant?. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Jessamine Circuit Court rendered at the June term thereof. II12, PHONE NO 219. in the above cause, the Office on Danville. Street in the Hon- commissioner will on IitHl Riiililiit);. MONDAY, JULY 22, 1U12. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. county court day for Garrard Cmintv. proceed to sell at public auction to tin-- highest bidder at the court door m the town of Lancaster. Ky., the L, following described real estate," All those tracts or parcels of land Iv- ing and being in Garrard Count, Kv., ' and bounded vs follows: 1st Tract, Beginning at a stake corner to No. 7, thence N W l.Vi tHle to a stake in Duncan's line, thence S Olfitev at S.eney Livery StaWe. 42, W 12.90 iMjles to a stake in sanl line, thence S A't E If.O poles to a stake, Lancaster. -- -- Kentucky thence N 11 E 12. M) s to the beginning, containing 12 acres. 2nd Tract: Beginning at a stake cor : ner to No. 1). thence with No. 9 N i" V ' 150 poles to a stake- in Duncan's line, P! thence S 421. W 21.32 poles to a .stake, ? ?A t thence b 4:t fc JnO poles to a stake 11 JJ :.. i t l.w .. !... I tln.n. .. V J W ninjr. of QUALITY. ;rd Tract: IlfKinmng corner to No 2. thence N l"o hU-- to a slake. f W Sl.lJU jioled to a &t,ke. thence S theiico S 13, E lot) iKles to a stake. K i 4 E CO.SK) poles to the beg:rnin. con- - j tiiining 10 acre;., 3 rood ar.d lo i!e3. J of an acre of this tract is reserved as a burial ground. 4th Tract: Beginning corner to lot No So go to the riirht jl.ui- for an 4 of the division of the landed estate of Charles Bland, deceased, thence N 501 W 23 poles to a stone in the rosl 'TJATR CUT and SHAVS i juies iu i tiiR.e. uience i muuii-- u N I, E 7 poles to the beginning, conFor the Fair taining one acre. Also the 6 interest The Old Reliable Bakrek. of Thomas Bland, deceased, in the land ed estate of his father Charles Bland, . DUNCAN deceased, the same convejed jointly to Richmond btrett. J. C. Bland and James Bland Lj live of the hfira of Thomas Bland, making in the whole boundry conveyed to said i b in Wm. McWilliams 76 ajres and which conveyed said Wm. McWilliams by the i deed of T. M. Arnold and wife dated December 29, 1903. and is recorded in Deed Book No. 21, page 210 in the oflico of the clerk of the Gatrard CounLANCASTER. KY. ty Court. But there is excepted from the above Office Phone G. Residence Phone 220,y ' boundary and nol intended to be sold t 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 in the entire tract herein directed to be sold GG.10 acres. All of said tracts of land lie together and form one body or tract and Stanford Street. will be sold as one tract and not separately as described. KENTUCKY Said property will be sold on a credit LANCASTER. of six and twelve months equal install- fi hmi Physician & Surgeon. utidfi-siguc- d lu-us- to-wit- :! Dr. ! I Pontius, Xdfari nai y Surgeon and Dentist. R. I."S ii 4 - $:x5xe"&o$o-oov- p I - VM Howpfq w, , s ! Ware McRoberls. 1 ! Right Is Right te " HNRV ' m. f3 r ITT LLLIU Physician and Surgeon. J.W.SWEENEY LIVERY, FEED 41. and SALE STABLE. -- . 0e 13. F. "WTlteir. J. TINSLEY, J. digestion, New Albany, Ind., Feb. 4, 1912. Dear Friend, Charlie I White-Moon- rheumatism, : wish to thank you for the wonderful benefit I received from your medi cine. I have had the rheumatism at different times ever since was a child. I doctored with different doctors and they did me no good. I heard of yourj and I thought I would try it, and am glad to say it cured me. I make this statement for the benefit of all sufferers of rheumatism. Anyone doubting this, call on me. Yours truly, I COM-CEL-SAR I pimples, blotclfes, yellow complexion, etc., are all signs of poisons in your blood. These poisons should be driven out, or serious illness may result. To get rid of them, use ' ESP One 50c Bottle of M. K. Denny, H. BourbonPoultryCiire Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every poultry raiser should keep a bottle of this medicine on hand. Write for free sample and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, BOURBON jj Office over JII-- 3 DENTIST Arnold's Millinery. County Surveyor. PHOXK Oflice over K. ;. Hurts fnrniinrr REMEDY COMPANY, Lexington, Ky. Lancaster, Sold by HASELDON BROS. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. stre. Kentucky. GEORGE KRININGER, No. 50 ffcK35SJ35523PiaKlS5t Vinccnnes Street, New Albany Ind. CowEase (Trade Mizk Registered.) Will Practice in all State Courts anc U. S. District Court. Phone 194 Office over Police Court. 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