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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 24, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912072401_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 24, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. N rn IB 1:zxFrg& "TtS- T- es7K i """SS" m i m . Hi .11 P- - CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, 1912. Don't Forget the date of the mary Election August 3d. A petition containing the names of 2300 voters of Pulaski county has been filed with the county judge asking that local option election be held on October 1st. Teatersville Postoffice Discontinued. This Is Good Pri- NUMBER 16. & VVm&$ We can save you MONEY on a Almost A Centenarian. CONTEST Shows No Change From "Aunt Maria" Francis died at the home of her daughter Margaret Roth-wel- l, colored, near Point Leavell, last Thursday at the advanced age of 99 years. Her intellect was bright up to the time of her death. She was the oldest person in the county. Last Week As To Standing. HD Tr The postoffice at Teatersville in this The Record is glad to note that many upon county has been discontinued postoffice department. of the farmers of the county are cuttorders of the Patrons of that office will receive their ing the weeds along the road in front mail by Rural Route no. 3 out of Lan- of their premises, as well as over the farm. This is a very laudable move, it caster. adds to the sightliness of the farm and Mr. Walker Improving. impresses the stranger with the idea The many friends of Mr. W. S. Walk that we are a thrifty people. and U Mk- r - 3 They Must Go. Come and Look over our stock of w U ill tL iru JJ W& Jtw j- - You will be surprised. & Our Motto Live & Let Live. Kb uf ?fc S2SK er will be glad to know that he is gradBig Cattle Sold. ually l'ecovering from the shock inciLuther Gibbs has sold to Joe Bales dent to being knocked down by a buggy which he was preparing to enter of Madison for Swartzchild & SulzIasjt week, and that he hopes to be out berger, the big New York cattle exporters, 40 head of export cattle for again soon. September delivery at 7J cents per Does Nol Apply To Schools pound. Mr. Gibbs expects his cattle Attorney General James Breathitt to weigh a little the rise of 1400 pounds has rendered an opinion in regard to at time of delivery. the recently enacted "drinking cup act, Maj. Collier Goes On Long Trip. in which he holds to the belief that the Maj. W. H. Collier will sail on Aug., act does not apply to public schools. The opinion was rendered for and has 17th from Portland Ore. for Honolulu been transmitted to Superintendent for a two months stay on business con nected with his government position, Hamlett. he will return via San Francisco. Maj. n Collier has invited his nephew Dan An Appreciated Improvement. of the Record office to accompany A new concrete bridge succeeding him on this trip, but owing to the fact the old (ram shackle) wooden affair over that Dan expects to enter Yale on SepClark's Run in Boyle county on the tember 1st, it is doubtful he will acif Lancaster and Danville pike has just cept the invitation. been thrown open to the public. The inconvenience to the traveling public An Addition To An Alraady Strong Firm. incident to the building of this bridge Mr. Henry Moore has purchased an is more than overbalanced by the coninterest in the Garrard Milling Co. Mr. venience of the new structure. Moore has for some time been connected with this firm in the capacity Ask Any K. of P. of book keeper. He is a splendid busiDuring the Fair every member of ness man and gentleman and will add the K. of P. lodge, over eighty in much to this already strong firm. Mr. number, will wear a bow of green rib- Moore was for many years engaged in bon clasped by a large white button, the mercantile business at Paint Lick, on which will be inscribed "member", but went west and stayed some time, and will also wear a white yacht cap. returning to this county about a year Be it either on or off the Fair ground ago. ask them for any desired information, they will be pleased to accommodate Statue Of Senator Bradley. El-ki- The standing of the various contestants stands just as was shown by the report of last week. There is not very much time left now, it is rapidly com- EM ing to a close and it behooves each and everyone of them to get busy and see m if they cannot better their chances for the winning of the splendid prize. You will never have a better opportunity to secure subscribers and the accompanying votes than at the Fair. Get busy and make your friends get busy in your behalf. The standing of the conm testants at the last count is as DISTRICT. Mary Eliza Holtzclow 287,951 Mae Powell 274,640 m Kate Ham 237.GS6 Katie Mae Dickerson, 20,7010 Alline Thomas 95,587 Jennie Cox G4.G33 Sallie Anderson 35,539 Lillie Croucher 27,150 Lillian Estes 36,167 Beulah Mae Beazley 25.500 follows:-LANCASTE- Special FAIR Sale Of Bu i m m from us. R This week and during the week of the LANCASTER FAIR we will accept coupon for $10.00 on each Buggy or Surry purchased les $10. 1 4 Car Loads Buggies $10. BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. Ollie Crawford 181, G25 Mary Ellen Farley 281,125 Osa Coulter 280,975 Blanche Stone Lucy Campbell Ophelia Montgomery Sallie Ham ilossa May Teater Rella Ruble Mary Belle Halcomb Flora Ruble 145,325 226,050 125,200 121,425 209,600 206,400 194,800 171,100 136,800 132,165 127,350 104,500 54,600 54,500 51,200 m i Must be100sold regardless of Cost Sets Harness. COUPON Good for Ten Dollars on any Buggy purchased from Kaselden Bros. This Coupon is good until Aujjuest 1st, 1912. Ethel Onstott Clodie Speaks Maggie Norris AnnieJOsborne We are the Buggy and Harness People. Mattie Scott Lela Barnett HflSELDEN BROS. MMmm 101 Nancy Johnson CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. Mrs. Dave Newland 443.563 Lillian Garner 3S9.S8S Mrs. Dove Garner 366,3 14 Mamie Holman 343.37S Susie Butt 270.02S r)Wl"fSIMTrl :rgJi?r3J!rfgJs! mWm You can get you. K El S3S S& Subscribe For The Record. Come in during the Fair and give us your subscription to the Record. We would like to see the Record go into eyery home in Garrard county. We Lancaster, Ky. S53t83SCII3 are putting forth our best efforts to give you a good home paper, and expect to do better in the future than we have in the past. If you will call at the office we will be pleased to give you a sample copy for your consideration, whether you subscribe or not. Mt. Vernon Fair. I0M:&BM(M llMHXl0MeiTo 9 m b Wire Drawn Tunosten ilEOTRIO LAMPS. 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 $ wi & We are in receipt of a complimentary ticket to the first annual exhibition of the Mt Vernon Fair Association to be held at Mt. Vernon Ky. on August 8 & 9th. The officers of the association are Chas. C. Davis pres,t, J. W. ParE. R. Gentry, secty and sons, Fish treasurer. If the good people J. of Mt. Vernon are as successful with their Fair as they are with other entertainments which they have attemptp ed, it will be a good one. We hope to M attend. 7-- M $ $y g Concrete Work In Progress. M i 1 m light STORMES DRUG STORE mmmmmB0mBMmmW &mmmwmmi Mr. R. H. Batson is putting down a six foot concrete pavement in front of his residence on Lexington street: Theo. Curry is putting down concrete in front of his home on Ricmond street and a nice concrete pavement is being placed in front of the Howard store,the ti? R S W 1 U ffjsrydLSMuarM h Citizens P P old Powell corner. It looks as if there was going to be an enforcement of the laws in regard to the putting down of sidewalks in wsrasvasTK the near future. The recent legislaOiSSS passed an act which makes it Allen Stewart colored went on a 81 ture possible for cities of the fifth class to rampage on the chute Monday afterforce the putting down of side walks noon and when William Shanks also at the expense of property owners. colored remonstrated with him, set in to "do", William, Whereupon, Shanks Belter Get Your License. almost scalped him wth an old army Squirrels are plentiful and guns are pabre. Stewart then went away and heard a popping in the country, not- armed himself with a double barreled withstanding the fact that there has shotgun and went a looking for Shanks been only one hunters license issued in he found him and but for the timely this county. Better look out or some interference- of Chief Herron would one will be in trouble. Unless you are doubtless have shot him. The chief hunting exclusively upon your own disarmed him and landed him in jail to land, ,a license is necessary, and it is sweat out some of the bad booze which very tempting when hunting on your he had accumulated, and when he own land if the game escapes to some- lids himself of that article he will have to make his peace with Judge Harris. one elses premises, you will almost pursue it. and right then you Some Goards. are in trouble. The license must be obtained from the county clerk of the SJ Col. A. D. Leavell and "Uncle Dave" county in which you reside, and costs Ross were recently discussing gourds, you $1.00, and is good in any county in when Col. Leavell made the statement the state for one year. that he once saw a gourd at the home, of John Smith, who lived on Broaddus The Harvest. B. F. HUDSON, President J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. Branch in the county, which would is coming in and is weighing hold, actual measurement, 1 bushel, 1 Wheat ORGANIZED 1SS3. out well and is commanding '$1.00 per peck and 1 pint, and that a three year bushel in the local market, if in good old child could easily and comfortably condition, and the bulk of it is first climb into and seat itself in the gourd. class, all that does not come up to the Not to be outdone Uncle Dave vouch' OF LANCASTER, KY. standard, falling short because of damp safed the information that he owned a gourd that measured 4 feet 4 inches ness. SURPLUS $35,000. CAPITAL. $50,000. was the best ever from tip to tip, and that he utilized it The oat harvest W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. known in the county, but owing to the in his political campaigns to secure a fact that what the farmers consider a drink of water from wayside springs, W. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., low price, 30 to 35 cents per bushel, is thereby saving himself the time and being offered, the bulk of the oats is trouble of dismounting from his horse, is being held, either in the bundle, cut and he furthermore produced the gourd with a niower and baled, or threshed which actually came up to his given meaurements. Each of those gentleand stored for their winter use. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs The timothy hay crop is also almost men want it distinctly understood that Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. unprecedented and farmers have visi- they did not raise the guards in ons ot large returns from this crop. Eva Fletch 217.98S Ida Lee Campbell 161,818 Cecil Garner 137.648 Hattie Bogie 51,870 Governor Thatcher of theCanalZone, Mahala Howard 51.679 together with other admirers of Sena- Bertha Rogers 40,591 e Bessie Reynolds tor W. O. Bradley has ordered of .39,690 Conners, the famous Washington Nell Davis 2,692 sculptor, a bronze bust of the Senator. Change In Management. The cast, which is of clay is well under way and the features are said to be Mr. W. P. Anderson has resigned as strikingly like the distinguished Sena- manager of the local supply store of tor. It is the intention of those who the Farmers Union and Mr. Maurice are having the bust made to have it Green ot the county has been chosen placed on a handsome pedestal in the as his successor. Mr. Anderson is a Capitol building in Frankfort. clever gentleman and has made many friends since his removal to Lancaster Atlanta College Physicians and Surgeons and it is to be hoped that he will reLancaster young men who contemp- main here and engage in other business late taking a medical course have an exceptional opportunity in being able Politics Engage The Attention Of The to attend the Atlanta College of PhysiCourt Day Crowd To Exclusion Of cians & Surgeons of Atlanta Ga., of which our former townsman Dr. W. S. All Else. Elkin is Dean. The college has had Hon. J. A. Sullivan was billed to adseveral years of splendid success, Dr. Elkin stands high in his profession in dress the court day crowd here Monthe south, and any young man from day, Hon Harvey Helm appeared on this locality who should attend would the scene and the argument was warm from start to finish, each one of the be accorded splendid treatment. gentlemen appearing before the crowd in more or less lengthy addresses Many "Drummers." several times. Bath were accorded Lancaster is probably visited by as especial attention and the applause many travelling men as any town in was deafening as the candidates would the state. In the county is nearly fifty make a point. The followers of both country stores, and everyone of them Judge Sullivan and Mr. Helm are loud have good ratings in the books of the in their contention that their favorite commercial agencies, and this is the had the best of the argument. This kind of merchants the "drummers" was the last court day in the district want to visit. Scarcely a week passes preceding the primary which takes but the hotel Kengarlan is full to over- place Saturday week, August 3d, and flowing, and many of the Knights of therefore this was the largest crowd the Grip remain for as long as a week the gentlemen may hope to have at a time, driving over the county. A gathered to hear them, and they were sure, sign of prosperity is this. paticularly anxious to advance every possible argument in their own behalf. Nearly Scalped Him. Ger-om- les Phaetons, Driving Wagons and HARNESS at great bargains for Thirty Days. W. djjrE J. ROMANS. W.MrL "LISTEN" The Biggest Show Ever Staged In Gar- mTmMf.:mmmntilm MjdMdMdL dO For $1.50 Per Gallon We will sell you the If rard County Being Pulled Off This Week. If Best Paint of it. I. - made and GURANTEE every drop C& R K McRoberts Son. I in-vari- National Bank Book-Keepe- r. When the Farmers Home "Journal wants to call attention to any very interesting article, they head it "Listen," and we sure want to call your attention to this 1912 Fair. The biggest string of horses, over 100, the best band, the best midway, the best dinner and the best people at the helm ever, now all we need is the best crowd to make it the biggest success ever. Actually 100 head of the pride oj Kentucky in the horse line are stalled in and around the grounds. Listen to the roster and see if it don't make some fair: Mat Cohen with 13, m including Edna Mae and her foal, Pres Ray with 12, Mack Hughes with 8, R. Z. Moss with 6, The. Duncan with 7, Nicholson with 8, Bernard Hayes with 5, Walter Walker with 5, Smiling Bob Walker with a string and a lot of others. There can be no doubt of the strongest kind of competition for every prize, p to a month ago absolutely nothing had been done toward having a fair, ex cept to claim the dates, and when the K of P lodge determined to give it, there was much misgiving among the sceptical as to the advisability of it.but they were not daunted by the skeptics, their first move was to secure the services of the veteran secretary Bob Elkin, who is built like a good race horse, to cover ground, and since that time he has worked night and day. with what success, go out and see. COMING Opticial Specialist Dr. J. J. BYRNE. The Well Known Cincinnati Optician. Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted. KRYPTOK Invisiable Bifocals, a Specialty. Fourteen Years Experience. All Work Guaranteed to give satisfaction. Reference and Testimonals, Furnished. Examination Free. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. Will be at Lancaster, Ky., At the Hospital Building on Danville Street. BJH Eyiioiiini AUGUST 5th to 17th. ?& . - T - The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. With the defeat of Don C. Edwards by Caleb Powers for. congress still rankling in their breasts, followed close ly by the terrific Taf struggle and the consequent "Bull Moose" movement, the "bloody eleventh", the republican stronghold of Kentucky is rent and torn as is probably no other locality in the state. Brother is ranged We are going to press one day early The Ladies of the Fork church will give a measuring party and supper at this week in order to give the Record the residence of D. S. Swope, July 31. force the opportunity to take in the Ed Walton Sells Somerset Times. ty Institute. Member Kentucky Press Association and acainst brother, friend against friend. erstwhile political allies are now bitterly arraigned against each other. The Eighth District Publishers League. democrats, who have always considered a contest in this district hopeless, the Lancaster, Ky., July 24, 1912. republicans having been able to muster such a majority as to effect materially Rates For Political Announcements state elections, much less district and For Precinct and City Offices . . . .? 5.00- county races, have taken courage from 10.00 the present unsettled condition of affaor County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 irs among their republican brothers, 10 and have determined to make a mighty For Calls, per line 10 effort to land the district in the demo For Cards, per line For all publications in the intercratic ranks. With this end in view, est of individuals or expresHon. Ben V. Smith, a brilliant sion of individual views, per young lawyer of Somerset will be 10 given the nomination for congress in line 05 the eleventh district without'opposition Obituaries, per line and herculean efforts will be made to ANNOUNCEMENTS defeat Caleb Powers for Hon Woodson May, a member of the For Congress. State Central Committee, will manage We are authorized to announce Jack Mr Smith's campaign, and he has hit upChinn a candidate for Congress in the on a unique plan to raise funds to finance eighth district, subject to the action of the campaign; he has inaugurated a the Democratic Primary to be held contribution fund to which every democrat in the state is asked to contribute August, 3rd, 1912. the sum of one dollar, or more should We are authorized to announce Hon. they so desire, and in this manner hopes J. A. Sullivan a candidate for Congress to materially supplement the local funds in the eighth district, subject to the Look at it in a general way, every action of the Democratic Primary to be county and every district has and should held August 3rd, 1912. have its own burden to bear in the matter of raising campaign fund?, but We are authorized to announce Har end vey Helm as a candidate for Congress we think in this instance that the should justify the means, and now that in the eighth district, subject to the time is so propitious that every action of the Democratic Primary to be the assistance possible should be extended held August 3rd 1912. to the democrats of the eleventh in snatching the district from the repubFor Commonwealth Attorney. licans, and that every democrat in the We are authorized to announce Emmet should Puryear as a candidate for Common state who can possibly do so contribute his one dollar. wealth's attorney, subject to the action Here's success to you Ben Smith. of the Democratic party. - EdWalton was quick to preceiye the fact that the newspaper field in Somerset wa's badly overworked, and he made a proposition to Col. Woodson May and R. L. Brown of the Journal to sell to them, his paper, the Somerset Times which proposition was readily accepted, the Times and Journal were immediately merged and the paper will hereafter be known as the Somerset Journal. The new editors are prominent politically in the eleventh'district, Mr. May being a member of the State Central Committee and Mr Brown chairman of the County, Judi cial and Senatorial committees, the journal win at once assume the position of the leading democratic paper in the mountains, and will surely make things hum in behalf of Hon. Ben V. Smith's candidacy for congress. As for Ed Walton, he can no more stay out of the newspaper business than a duck can stay out of water, and we venture to say he will "jump some-bodclaim" before many months elapse, in fact we understand he al ready has his eye on a plant up here in the blue grass. No cleverer gentleman or better newspaper man ever followed the calling in Central Kentucky than Ed and we will welcome his quick return to the field. ys The Teachers Institute is in session in Harrodsburg this week, ' fair. and despite the fact that it is "fair .Born: To the wife of Mr. John week" in Garrard, our teachers are Shackelford, a bouncing boy, Holliday compelled to attend, the law requires Clay Shackelford in honor of two gen- it. But the Harrodsburg people are erations on his mothers side, The noted for their hospitality, and they mother who was Miss Louise Kauf- left Lancaster last year with dire man is at the home of her mother threats to get even for the bountiful Mrs. II. C. Kauffman in this city. The nospitanty extended their represenand we have small doubt lusty youngster was born on the 17th tatives tri-coun- ty 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. inst. An Evil Which Can Only Be Stopped An Act Of National Congress. By The mail order houses "across the river" are a menace to the peace and sobriety of the communities who have sought by the ballot and by aid of the Kentucky legislature to banish intoxicating liquors from their confines. People who desire something to drink stronger than the locality affords, has but to sit down and write to one of these houses, of course sending the requisite amount of money, and the next train will bring him a supply of beer, whiskey or what not. Not only this but representatives of these houses come into the community regularly with their samples, looking after their trade, nurturing a rapidly growing evil. The Harrodsburg Leader tells of the coming of a barbecue to be given on Chaplin river by the proprietors of these "mail order houses", and rumor has it that we are to have one in this county in the near future, we know of no other object in the holding of these picnics save the advertising of their business by the promoters. If congress will get busy and pass theKenyon bill now pending which prohibits the shipping of liquor from one state into dry territory of another state, then will such practices be stop ped, and then and not until then may we expect relief. but that the entertainment afforded our teachers in Mercer will more than make amends for the missCourt Day. ing of the gala week at home. Monday was county court day and owing to the fact that a rain the night Mr. George Grow Has Accident. before had rendered it too wet to work Mr. George Grow of Hackley while Business a good crowd assembled. returning from Lexington last Saturwas dull, politics seeming to attract everyones attention, and the minds of day night in his car, accompanied by the farmer could not be drawn to the his son, Oran, John Lane and Lewis small amount of stock on the market. Gill, met with an accident which came About 125 inferior grade. cattle were at near being a disastrous one. When the stock yards, but manager Ross in- just outside Lexington he met a wagon forms us that there were few purchas- and when attempting to pass it one ers and only about one half of them wheel of the machine dropped over the changed hands at the prevailing mark- edge of a culvert which was so overgrown with weeds as to not be readily et price. perceptible, Mr. Grow saw his danger and attempted to check his machine Eason. sufficiently to avoid the accident, Mrs. Emma Eason died at her home but was unable to do so owing on Danville street in this city Sunday to the road being oiled. The ma afternoon after a long and lingering chine turned completely over and Mr. illness of a complication of diseases Grow and Mr. Lane were caught under and after funeral services at the grave it, Lane sustaining a broken collar by Rev. O. P. Bush her remains were bone. None of the other members of placed at rest in the Lancaster ceme- the party were injured, but the car tery at 2:30 o'clock Tuesday afternoon. was badly wrecked. Lewis Gill lit on Mrs. Eason was the wife of Mr. his feet like a cat and immediately Marshall C. Eason of this place, who went about releasing his friends from survives her, as does also two children, their perilous position. Mr. Benjamin Eason of Rowland Ky. and Mrs. William Walker of this counHELM AGAINST LOCAL OPTION. ty, also one sister Mrs. James W. Pumphrey of this place, Mrs. Eason had long been a consistent member of Did Not Yote For The Temperance Cause the Baptist church. When A Local Option Election Was Time To Call A Halt. Held In Stanford. BLUE GRASS AUGUST FAIR 12th. fs 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. Innes Band of America. Sensational Free Acts Daily. The Greater Parker Shows. 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. 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, sub ject to the action of the Democratic party. We For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action 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 C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor Fair week. A Gala time. Second only to Xmas week. Attractions for the grown ups, good music, fun for the children. Lay aside the cares of harvest, domestic duties, come in and join the throng of merry makers. Have a good time, it only comes once a year, put your cares behind you for the nonce and enjoy yonr-se- lf to the limit. Bear in mind that the porfits of this Fair goes to a charitable institution, the K of P lodge, and they have spared neither time, trouble nor expense to make the show worth your while. Come in and encourage them by your presence, and if this one be a success, you will see a permanent organization under the auspices of this wide awake lodge, with splendid new and fairgrounds, upon which they will give exhibitions annually. Many visitors are here, from far and near, from neighboring counties and from neighboring states, all bent on renewing old time acquaintances, and having a good time. Some of them are expecting to see YOU there, do not disappoint them. Come in and bring the children and spend the day. There is ample entertainment for every body, regardless of their inclinations. te One of the strolling band of gypsies, indians, horsetraders or what ever they be, which have been investing this locality of late, stopped near Marksbury this week and one of the women under the pretense of telling fortunes, entered the store of J. M. Sanders & Son. and by some means managed to gain access to the cash drawer and helped herself to the contents. Mr. Jesse Sanders detected her in the act however, took the money from her, but after her departure found that he was short about $20. He followed the band to town and had the woman arrested. She was taken before Judge Ford and held to await the grand jury under a bond of $100., which her companions immediately put up in cash for her appearance, and it is safe to say that neither she nor her companions will ever be seen again in these parts. The limit of endurance has about been reached with this class of undesirA Move In The Right Direction. ables, and if they do not hunt different A move which we have long advocat- routes by which to travel in future ed, and one which appears to be the they are liable to meet with pretty only one to attain the desired end, is severe treatment at the hands of some now being made in neighboring coun- of the people of the community who ties, and we sincerely hope a like move have suffered from their depredations. will quickly follow in this county. It HELM'S RECORD is the organizing of clubs in the vari ous counties to assist the authorities in seeing that the newly enacted game Temperance People Have Considered law is not violated, and to punish the In Washington. violators. " You Must Sign Your Name. (Anderson News) As Congressman Helm is telling the temperance people now that he is for their interests, why didn't he go to Stanford a few months ago and vote against open saloons when that county took a vote on the proposition? No, he did not go. He left Washington about the middle of May to come to Kentucky to prosecute his canvass for renomina-tio- n for Congress, "Uncle Sam," paying him $20 per day to do that, but he could not find "time" enough then when the whiskey election was on at Stanford, his home town, to go home and vote against open saloons when he was receiving the same compensation from "Uncle Sam." Do you think, Mr. Temperance Man, that Helm believes in the stopping of shipping whiskey into dry territory when he don't even take two or three days off from his duties to go to his home town of Stanford and vote to stop it at home, when he has taken sixty days off from his duties at $20 per day to prosecute his canvass for Congress in this district Is that the kind of "temperance" man the people want to represent them at Washington? That is what the temper ance people must decide. He has been in Congress for four years and from that day until this hour he has never introduced, or voted, for a bill stopping the shipping of whiskey into dry territory, though the House of Representatives is conti oiled by the party he re- Capital $50,000. $Surp1us 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, PresidenL J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DERNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Safety Samual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. igger and Better Than Ever THE Harrodsbur of Garrard county subject to the tion of the democratic party. ac- We are authorized to announce Mr. name, We positively will not publish E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- unsigned communications. nation of Assessor of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic HELM ASLEEP. If clubs will be organized in Mercer, letter from Nina was omitted last week because of the fact Boyle, Lincoln and Garrard counties, that the writer failed to sign their me cuuuues uirougn wnicn uix river An interesting Did Not Vote For Local presents. party. We are authorized to announce J. B. He Collier as a candidate for the nomina- Took No Part In Recent Whiskey tion for assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. , We are authorized to announce W. L. Huffman for a candidate for assess Election in Lincoln County. or of Garrard county subject to the action of the Democratic party. Fer School Superintendant. We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins as a candidate for School Superintendant for Garrard Congressman Helm worked and voted county, subject to the action of the for local option at the recent election Democratic party. held in Lincoln county. We are desiri-ou- s of securing the actual facts. Please For Jailer. rush answer by wire. ' We are authorized to announce Jack KENTUCKY ADVOCATE Danville, Ky., July 18 Adams as a candidate for. Jailer of Gar rard county, subject to the action of The following was received a short time later. the Democratic party. Kentucky, Advocate, Danville, Ky., We are authorized to announce Dave Congressman Harvey Helm was in Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar Washington City during the campaign rard county, subject to the action of and on election day last February. This the Democratic party. is the extent of my knowledge. J. J. DICKEY. For Magistrate. Stanford, Ky., July 18. Danville we. are authorized to announce Advocate. John N. White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of Gar Prizes For Tobacco At The Kentucky rard county, subject to the action of State Fair. the democratic party. The State Fair Management announces the following classification we are autnonzea to announce WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- and prizes for tobacco at the coming istrate in the first district of Garrard State Fair to be held at Louisville, Ky. County, subject to the action of the September 9th to 14th, 1912. BURLEY (Crop 1911) democratic party. 1st - 2nd 3rd We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n Red Leaf $20.00 ?10.00 $5.00 H. Estes as a candidate for Bright Leaf 20.00 10.00 5.00 in the first district of Garrard Cigarette Wrapper . 20.00 10.00 5.00 county, subject to the action of the Bright Trash 20.00 10.00 5.00 democratic party. Best four samples from a single crop embracing Red Leaf, Bright Leaf, We are authorized to announce Ciga.ette Wrapper and Trash-$5.0Charles C. Becker as a candidate for BURLEY (Crop 1912) Magistrate in the second district of 3rd 1st 2nd Garrard county, subject to the action Red Leaf $10.00 $5.00 $2.00 of the democratic party. Bright Leaf 10.00 5.00 2.00 We are authorized to announce Tay- Cigarette Wrapper.. 10. 00 5.00 2.00 lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- BrightTrash 10.00 5.00 2.00 Best four samples from a single istrate in the second district of -county, subject to the action of Red Leaf, Bright Leaf Cigarette Wrapper and Trash $2.50 th democratic party. Mag-strat- e, 0 Garrardg crop-embracin- The charge often repeated that Congressman Helm has at all times been "asleep" on temperance has proven to be an absolute undisputed fact. The Advocate sent the following telegram this morning to Rev. J. S. Dickey, the temperance leader of Lincoln county. Rev. J. J. Dickey Stanford, Ky: The temperance people of Boyle coun ty are anxious to know whether or not Mail Carriers Will Fly. Option In Stanford. flows, and the clubs will enact a rigid This is an age of great discoveries. set ol rules and regulations, and then Congressman Harvey Helm is having Progress rides on the air. Soon we LIVE UP TO THEM, we may yet see printed in the newspapers of the may see Uncle Sam's mail carriers flyDix river again become a good fish Eighth Congressional District a letter ing in all directions, transporting mail. stream. But if they simply organize which he wrote to Dr. Condic Vanars-dal- l, People take a wonderful interest in a and let it go at that, do nothing, atof Harrodsburg, last May. Dr. discovery that benefits them. That's tempt nothing, or if they do catch Varnarsdall is the leading temperance why Dr. King's New Discovery for someone violating the fish or game man of Mercer county. He is one of Coughs, Colds and other throat and laws, allow themselves to be dissuaded the highest character of men in this lung diseases is the most popular medifrom prosecuting that somebody, be- section of the State, and is always cine in America. "It cured me of a cause that somebody happens to be a fighting for the moral uplift of the dreadful cough," writes Mrs. J. F. menu ui sumeoouy eise, men it were people. He wrote to Congressman Davis, Stickney Corner, Me., "after as well that these clubs be not organ- Helm in order to locate him on the doctor's treatment and all other remeized. We believe that the hunters and temperance question. Although Helm dies had failed." Excellent for coughs fishermen, of Garrard county, the true had been in Congress five years he had colds or any bronchial affection. Price sportsmen, will be as readyto fall in established no record. As often charg- 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at R. with and assist in the enforcement of ed by the temperance people, he had E. McRoberts & Son. the fish and game laws and to organize at all times been "asleep on tempera club with this end in view, as any of ance legislation." Mode of Concealment. our neighbors, but they have seen and There was no way to locate him by "I want to keep the real facts con. heard so much talk of enforcing the his past record. His reply to Dr. cerning this transaction a secret," game laws, and every year seen that Varnarsdall's letter was that he would said the enterprising man. "Then," good stream devastated by the seiner support an interstate shipment bill replied the sage counselor, "I should and dynamiter, the uuail killed out of provided it was constitutional. It was immediately start a controversy concerning It. Then so many theories season, and every semblance of game a known, fact "that Congressman Helm will be advanced that law treated with utter contempt, that had also been "asleep" during the never become public." the facts will they are a little inclined to want to be local option' elections at Stanford. shown. When the temperance people were 1 They interlock and overlap each other in such a way Insect Bite Costs Leg. We notice that citizens of adjoining waging a fight to oust the saloons, hardest driving rain or snow cannot sift under them. counties are securing large quantities Congressman Helm went to "sleep" A Boston man lost his leg from the will They're also Won't pulsate or rattle in of fish to restock Dix river. This is as usual and did not vote. This nat bite of an insect two years before, To last as long S3 the building, and never need repairs. an easy matter, any good citizen may urally made many temperance people avert such calamities from stings and obtain a supply of fish, but our people suspicious, as they realized that a man bites of insects use Bucklen's Arnica Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. have grown tired of the trouble and who"would not vote to take the saloons Salve promptly to kill the poison and expense of securing them only to see out of his own town would do but little prevent inflammation, swelling and them gill netted, seined or dynamited toward the passage of an interstate pain. Heals burns, boils, ulcers, piles, before they deemed them large enough shipment law in Washington. Hon. eczema, cuts, bruises. Only 25 cents to angle for. Jere Sullivan has always voted to oust at R. E. McRoberts & Son. However, it" the move is a "fiona fide the saloons from Richmond; when a one and arouses the proper amount of member of the legislature he made a Lincoln's Lament. Oh, how hard it Is to die and not interest among our neighbors, tne peo- vigorous fight for the adoption of the ple of Garrard will readily assist in the county unit law and when he wrote the be able to leave the world any better I, H. S. Christopher, as administrator the door and good spring house'right in proposed movement, and will organize Democratic state platform last fall he for one's little life in It. Abraham of Wm. Christopher, deceased, will on the yard; never failing stream of water for stock. a club to render every possible assist forced into it the county unit plank Lincoln. At the same time and place I will ance. One absolute essential to the over the vigorous protest of the sell all the personal property consisting Henry Watterson and a success of this movement is the co urnal, Sitting on the Beach. Beginning at 1 o'clock p. m. of 2 good work Horses, 2 Sows and Pigs A bottle of ardent spirits floated operation of the farmers. Our county large element of the whiskey Demoacross the Atlantic in a little over Sell to the highest bidder the farm of farming implements, etc, good two officers, in this county, and we suppose crats. After the adoption of the plathorse wagon and good hay frame, wagin the other counties, are ready and form and the great victory of the two years. And we can imagine there Wm. Christopher, deceased, containand ing 93J acres, located at Buena Vista, on and plow gear, household and kitchwilling to enforce the laws, provided Democratic ticket, Judge Sullivan en- are men with sufficient natlence, to on tne pebbly Garrard County, Ky., on the Burgm en furniture and one good piano. the culprits can be apprehended, or in- dorsed tKe county unit bill which was leisure and sit down the next one. strand wait for Any one desiring to look at the farm and Dix River turnpike, right at the formation can be filed- sufficient upon adopted by the legislature. All the Cleveland Plain Dealer. Postoffice and in sight of three church-a- s before day of sale, can call on me at; which to take action, but unless this is time Congressman Helm was "asleep." and a good school. This farm is premises and I will be glad to show done, they are powerless. Therefore, Now, at this time it would be interestThe Choice Of A Husband. located in the best agricultural district same. let a goodly number of farmers who ing toknow how Dr. Vanarsdall stands Remember tl at this property MUST own hunting grounds, or who live in this race between Helm and Sulli- is too important a matter for a woman in the county, and is in a good state of cultivation; well adapted to grow good be sold to wind up the estate of said de along .he stream, be enlisted in the van. He is a temperance man who is to be handicapped by weakness, bad ceased. cause, and you will see such a rigid conscientiously for temperance. Why blood or foul breath. Avoid these kill- - tobacco, hemp corn and wheat. Every Terms made known on day of sale. improveenforcement of the game, laws as was don't Congressman Helm tell how Dr. hopes by taking Dr. King's Life Pills. acre can be cultivated. The good seven-roonever seen before in Central Kentucky. Varnarsdall stands now that all the New strength, fine complexion, pure ments consist of a H. S. CHRISTOPHER, Yes neighbors, you may count on the testimony has been taken and both breath, cheerful spirits things that frame dwelling house, in good repair Administrator of Wm. Christopher, thpir I1SP. Ea3V., Safe., with all necessary out buildings which ., hearty w.-- of Garrard county candidates have been weighed on their mln v. Ati are all good. A No. 1 good cistern at A. T. Scott, Auct. Imf in this matter. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. records. Danville Advocate. FAIR July 30th, Ywl v -- . 4 Days &m 2 ffN Shi wind-storm- s. fire-proo- r, Administrator's Sale. Courier-Jo- Thursday, July 25th, 1912 - m mon.-fnllnO- .. P S" r :v- - b - , "- ?. .j. rr ? :vi ' - wwufnOT Here Is Interesting1 News For Everyone. r ) fl T. LOGAN'S GREAT I a HH 'BPBti HQbbG&mB h BB h 1 3 wkFr y ii i Hi h is hh ' m ini im hi v !! f hh &VJB ON IN FULL BL -- i - - j1W V, 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 Merchandise 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. I a Bvy n up Free Beginning Monday July 22nd, I will give away Drinking Cups. Come early and be sure of getting one To Take To The Fair Mothers Be sure to Note These Women and Misses HERE ARE FOUR Smart Summer Shoes Decidedly Reduced, Ladies Oxfords and pumps in tan, patent leather, new buck, canvas.velvets, gun metals, in all colors worth 350 to 4.50 at $2.98 100 pairs odds and ends in ladies shoes and oxfords worth 'from 1.50 to 3.00 to close out from 50c to 08c GREAT BARGAINS $3-9- 8 Prices On Clothes For The BOY. Boys knee suits worth 5.00 to Our 3.50 and 4.00 knee suits at 0 You Cannot Afford to Miss. John B. Stetson hats, all colors and shapes for Mens 10c socks, all colors for go in this sale at $3.98 2,98 4.25 2.98 3c 14c Wash ties worth 25c for Mens 10c handkerchiefs for Mens shoes and oxfords, the famous Florsheim make worth . 5.00 to G.00 go in this sale at 3.50 and 4.00 oxfords at I 3c MENS SUITS. One lot of men suits, pretty patterns worth 5.00 to 10.00 $1.98 150 men suits ranging in prices fronTlO.OO to 20.00 in odds 3.98, 4.98 G.28 & 7.50 and ends mostly in small sizes go at Mens all vool blue serge suits, this seasons goods, latest MENS SHIRTS. 42c. SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON 4T styles, worth 15,00 to 16.50. 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. 98c Mens dress pants worth 1.25 to 1.50 at 2.98 Our regular line mens dress pants worth 3.50 to 5:00 go at All Garments FOR WOMEN All our regular line of mens 50 and 75c shirts, pretty patterns go inthis sale at 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 and MISSES. Marquisette You may buy a Beautiful Voile, Pigue, 19c to 79c this sale at from .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 shirt line. Mens 2 piece underwear worth 1.00 go at 25 each or 50c suit Men union suits porus knit worth 1.00 to 1.25 go at 75c All our line of kid, dress and work gloves greatly reduced in price. Mens work socks worth 10c now 6c MENS Mens handkerchiefs FURNISHINGS. 3c 9c 42c Dress or a Norfolk Suit, Linen or Pique for a very Low 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 Dresses Voiles and Marquesette 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. 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 thissale at 2.50 to 3-5- 25c 1.95 Mens suspenders worth 20c Mens suspenders worth 50 to 75c 3 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 price21c Big Rednction in every department. you money. We can save 42c - Don't fail to call" on us before going to 69c the fair and get a free drinking cup. RELIABLE Merchandise ONLY. 1.1. i THE LOGIN ? - Value Giving STORE. .1 V ., .i - -- . y nmTi nr biiii ii r i irni m u ij in m nr n m nm n m 'm iu minu5jtjjjiw.'injm,i'JLH- - whiwhb i niiwn..iniiiviwii'nviliilMWW, jijauji'j'iiiijii hwwm1 iim,mijim . in i wMwtii - t". w iiijitnf -- n i .n """ M mi . j The Great Danv Uwm ii r August 7, 8 and 9th, 1912 WmW m m b 1 IS 1 J HHB Wmmmmm ii H mm QSDiH i m wT - ii LLLLW Wmmmmmmk WBmmZta mmmmmm&mmmm B IE M rtk Enlarged Floral Hall and Poultry Department. Big Premiums in all Departments and a most liberal and interesting program throughout. W. P. GIVENS, President. SI - ATT R ACT ! 0 N S Finest Merr Go-Rou- ud 1 f In The United States '2 M AT GALORE.. -. II ! With $750 Band For Catalogs and Other Information Address Danville, Ky. - I. M. DUNN, Secretary. . r , M II I - - .. OCOOOO0QOOCOOOOOfr&Ofr9 1 1 XX I 1 6O6OO6OOOOO0OOOOOOfr66ooeOOOCOO Under Difficulties "This Is something like It," said Young Borgus with satisfaction. "It sure Is!" agreed Miss Clancy. She shrugged her shoulders as she glanced hack at the lace curtains of the hoarding house window. Inside tho parlor the gas glared hotly, lighting up the hair' wreath ahore the mantel and glittering on the gaudy vases "Nqw, that it's got warm enough to sit outdoors," pursued young Borgus, Dr. 0. F. Smith Physician PHONE & NO Surgeon. 219. Hos- them. "flee!" breathed young Borgus with a vast exhaling of breath signifying peace of mind at last. lie laid one hand over Miss Clancy's and she did not reprove him. Presently ho turned his head toward her, but the words on his lips died in thin air. A ponderous footed person engulfed in alcoholic aura swayed to ward their bench, and dropped mas-- j sively on the other end and leered at them. "Bu'ful night?" he asked, ap pealingly. Young Borgus and Miss Clancy did not speak till they were a block away. Then they halted and young Borgus spoke. "See here," he said, in the desperate tones of a man at bay, "I wasn't going to say anything till I got a boost in my pay, but I'm likely to blow up and remove a few people from the landscape if this goes on much longer! If you oan scrape along for a while on what I'm getting I'll speak for a fiat tomorrow! Our own parlor think of it! And our own porch! Will you?" Miss Clancy wept openly. "Will I?" she repeated. "Why, it would just bo heaven!" Chicago Daily News. AN IGNORANT BUNCH. Hard Luck. "I always was unlucky," he said, with a weary sigh. "What's the matter now, old man?" his friend asked. 1,000 on having "I've spent over my boy play the fiddle, and now his hair's all comin' out." Tit-Bits. de0 Why You Take No Chances The Studebaker name for sixty years has been a guarantee of quality. It eliminates the slightest element of chance in your purchase of an automobile. Every part of a Studebaker car is made in our own plants. We analyze and absolutely know the materials which go into our cars. Our guarantee is good. 75,000 Studebaker cars are on the road and every owner will tell you that a Studebaker car always makes good. We know that the Studebaker (Flanders) "20" at $800 is equal in material and workmanship to any car built and the price is within your reach. Ready for immediate delivery., .1 .- - . ""' Public Sale Of Land. On SATURDAY JULY 27TII Office on Danville Street in the pital Building. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. daughter marry a poet?" "Oh, a" poet ain't so bad. He can wear my old clothes and he won't eat much." Easy to Support. "Yes, my daughter is going to marry a poet." "How tan you bear to seo your Dr. R. L Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Ofliice beneath. at Sweeney's Livery SLahle. -- Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky OOOO90oeOOOOOe 066 040049O40 0004 uut riowers of QUALITY. I Ware McRoberts. Right Is Right So go to the right place for an te a HAIR CUT and SHAVE For the Fair The Old Reliable Barber. HENRV DUNCAN Richmond Street. W. Nl. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone G. Residence Phone 220 J.W.SWEENEY LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. KENTUCKY Office over Stormes' Drug Store LANCASTER. Office Hours 8 a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. 33- - IF. "W DENTIST. Phone 65. alter. Lancaster, Ky. H. J. TINSLEY, PHONE 329-- J. stretching his long legs over three steps below him, "we can shake the parlor in there! Gee, but it was fierce last winter, never to get a word with you without a lot of old women hutting in with, 'Excuse me, but I am looking for my crochet work! Lovely evening, isn't it, Mr. Borgus?' or glaring at us for being there at all! Or having Callers of their own! Nice, chatty conversations we could carry on that way, couldn't we? I " "Oh," said a voice behind them as the screen door creaked, "is some one out here? Oh, It's you, Miss Clancy and Mr. Borgus, of courte! Ahem not that I meant anything, at all! I suppose I've interrupted your conversation, but It was so hot in there I can go right in " "Don't think of it, Mrs. Miner," said Miss Clancy, airily, rising. "You can have the steps and welcome. We are just going for a walk anyhow. Come on, Jimmy!" "Wouldn't that frost you!" exclaimed young Borgus after they had proceeded a safe distance. "Just wanted to find out what we were talking about! Catch her sitting out there by herself! We'll circle the block and see!" When they got near enough again to see the steps young Borgus gave a low gurgle of triumph. The steps were empty. "Come on," he said. "Let's go get some ice cream. Just as eure as we go back there somebody else'll come out!" In a sympathetic sort of disgust they sought the hrilliantly lighted candy store on the corner and found a vacant table. "Strawb'ree for me," said Miss Clancy. "I just wonder, Jimmy, that you haven't got tired before this and quit me. It's fierce, going to see a girl that hasn't a parlor of her own to We've euro entertain company in! heen"chased around enough by them other boarders!" "Well, were's away from 'em right now," said young Borgus. "Let's make the most of it. d "Why, the idea.!" broke in a voice at the next table. "If it Isn't Miss C'ancy! Oh how do you do, Mr. Borgus!" There was an arch inflection to tho greeting that was intended to carry the idea that the speaker appreciated the sentimental situation. "How-do- , Miss BInks?" said Miss Punctuation. "Wouldn't you hate to bo called a period?" "Well, I shouldn't mind it so much, if the person calling me names would stop there." IN AT l I will offer for sale at public 17 acres of blue grass land, IvifC on ih Paint Lick and White Lick Uirup. four miles south of Paint Lick, K . Has a tenant house, good orchard. fences ami water This land is fortil.-anproductive. Salv on the prBws at 2 p. m. Cal! on or write W. cutor, W. H. Griffith Estate. Lawcas ter. Ky. u etry l.' sl c F'5amp.fi . THE STABLE. " " fea&iJr.i$Aiirififctt v4SJ?4rii?W!2ir? .4i5J.r V3d? 55 23 S-- - t r An unsophisticated resident of a - f nv raw isPs llR35i email town up tho state had never. be-in court before, and was not with tho interrogative manner in which a lawyer juggles a witness When he returned home in the evening a friend asked him how he had made out. "Oh, I made out all right," he replied, "but I never saw such a bum lot f lawyers in my life." "What was the matter with them?" queried the friend. "A whole lot was the matter with First Horse I wonder what is to them," answered the witness. "Judgbecome of us. ing from tho million questions they Second Horse I don't know, and I asked me, there ain't a denied one of don't care. I've just been traded for them knows anything about the case." an automohilo and I'm ready to die. s fa-n- u A ZE 4flTA "56AS5S? I J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Oillee Phone 31. w gop5 ja??Ktav-- p i:-- r mWWm wr nj "20" it Residence Phono LANCASTER. KY. The $800 Studebaker (Flanders) Registered Jersey Bull Price, Standard Equipped, J300 f. o. b. Detroit. Equipped as above, with Top, Windshield, Prett-O-Lit- e Tank and Speedometer, $885. Ask our dealer for the new Studebaker art catalogue or send to us for Foxy Season Alex 103717, Fe The Studebaker Corporation Detroit, Michigan $l.i0. Two mi:, from Lancaster, Ky.,on Rn.IiiT.ond pi1 1912. HASELDEN BROS. Phone 49. Lancaster', Ky. R. E. HENRY. Tho War Game. Is This True? The militia was going through its It's a pipe, wo deduce. spring maneuvers and many ladies It's a cinch, it's a puddln had come out to witness the sham That tho man who's too spruce Nearly always looks wooden. battle. "Come out of that bush and surrender," yelled a captain to a private. Artistic Creations. "You are technically wounded." "Is Brownson interested in art?" The private sfyook his head. "I guess so. He stares at every "I may be technically wounded," stylish woman who passes." said he, "but I can't come out. I've torn my pants on those pesky Imparting Information. thorns." Algy (in grand stand) That fellow out there in the center, you know, who A FAMOUS GRANDPARENT. throws the hall, Is called the pitcher. The Girl Yes, and ho ought to go back to tho bush leaguers; he's got a motion on him like an old cow trying to kick a fly off her back. JmrnrnWrnmmmmWmmm Equivocal. "I'll bet little Mrs. Getit was afraid to ask that grumpy husband of hers for a new white willow plume." "I left there awhile ago, and I assure you she was showing the white egqey?yreqi3 sssfmTttia go: 9Q S & ROOTS & Cure v iseases, The ays so, l3 T k 'S?5.rSS ' fc "A yt" " t ,. -' wv ss So5& rf CSV V "kv Ai Vi "ju. wA IT iA.-".' . ft.V. u'vn.MOT s?L S" ."V 5k 5 it is being proven every -- -" J 1 - wrni. irr in w. I" CHAR M WHSTEMOON, 3729-3- 1 the Cow Boy Herbalist Louisville, Ky., : I high-pitche- M'MimKBm) jimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmlSCmmmmMl feather." YES, WHY7 """-"'"'"-- " W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Mr. Charlie White-Moon- Dear Sir: as the rest OecflGC DAnEi' of my want to thank you for the good you have done me, as well family, with your God's HERB and ROOT remedy, COM-CEL-SA- R. CountjJ Surveyor. Office over F. G. Hnrt's furniture store. Lancaster, Kentucky. Clancy stonily. Miss Binks was forty, dressed like twenty and fondly thought she looked like sixteen. She made eyes at young Borgus, who turned purple. Then she arose with her p ate of Ice cream and fluttered into the vacant chair at their table. "It's so 'onesome by myself," she purred apol getlcally. "I was so thirsty I just hed to come out after something cold,' lut I shrink from going out In the evening unescorted. It's more sociable tLJs way, don't you "Oh, my, yes1J' agreed Miss Clancy with sarcasm that was totally lost. "Sorry we're just through. We've got some friends!" an engagement "Let me slip back and stick some cold poison in her ice cream," growled young Borgus throatlly after they had escaped. "She's the limit! Another second and she'd have asked to go walking with us! Let's go down to the little park. It's only a few blocks away!" He tucked MissClancy's hand in the crook of his arm and they walked on with regained c'leerfulneBB. It was not so bad to be out In the dusk with the faint echoes of a street piano In the air and auto- - mobiles whirring by. Presently their f 1 et crunched the gravel of the walk thi.t ran around the little park and they strolled on "till they found a bench that was unoccupied. A lilao hush in I loom waved above t I First Shark Old man Whale takes great pride in speaking of his ancestors. Second Shark I Buppose so, he claims that his swal lowed Jonah. great-grandfath- fl&& the Spring. have been troubled for about three years with STOMACH trouble and have tried several kinds of medicine'for it, but no improvement did I receive until I heard of your almighty remedy, which I gave a trial. I could hardly eat anything and Before I began taking I weigh 138 pounds, more than I ever weighed only weighed 110 pounds; now I COM-CEL-SA- R In my life. I ' COM-CEL-SA- R -- K In think?" I'm weary of canned stuff. Tomatoes and beans. I yearn for a kettle Of dandelion greens. A Waste of Time and Energy. "Why are you retiring from, big business? You surely do not consider yourself too old to continue to under Prlncevard It was a great game! go the physical exactions of conv Yaleton's centerflelder stole second merce." "Oh, no. I'm as vigorous as I ever base five times. Miss Barnard Why, didn't he keep was, but I find that it takes all the it when he stole it the first time? profits to employ lawyers who are sharp enough to keep me out of jail So what's the use of submitting to the Elusive. Hlches are provoking things; trouble?" That is all I say. They, while noted for their wings, Seldom fly our way. Single Minded. -- J5. TV. Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Morrow, Graduate Optician about a year and now have only been taking feel as well as when I was 15 years old. housework and I would be glad to speak to anyone of the good has done family. I also owe SCIENCE SOPE a debt of large value. I will never our be without either of them In my house. I remain your most tru and grateful FRIEND, I COM-CEL-SA- R do all my DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6 H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. All Work Guaranteed. Kentucky. ! Paint Lick, Quite the Reverse. should have so many mental purposes in his work." Marks So your wife is doing her "What has his being a bachelor got own cooking? That must save you a to do with his variety of mental lot of money. work?" Parks Not at alii Dyspepsia spec"Only this: That a bachelor is a ialists are a good deal more expeu- Bive than cooks. man." single-minded "Strange, that Smith, for a bachelor, MRS. MARY E. JONES, Market st- - Louisville, Ky. HES. MARY E. JONES Deep down in every human heart lies a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S medicines, Roots & Herbs. Too long have the secrets of nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded God's promises. Modern doctors think only of "operations" & strong drugs, while human suffering & deaths from disease increase rapidly every year. & among the Indians give me a peculiar Health is natural, disease unnatural. My years of experience as a Cow-bo- y fitness & knowledge of the powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured & are curing Blood Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced incurable by the best doctors. I want to TROVE this to the world & to HERBALIST," anyone asking, I will mail the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOabsolutely free. If you are not enjoying ALL the blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of inquiry promptly answered. composed of 16 Root & Herds, makes is the name of my great TONIC, BOD full quarts of medicine, lasts about 3 months, costs only one dollar & is LEGALLY GUARANTEED to satisfy 3 is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS THE PURCHASER or money refunded. IN MEDICINE for the nerves, stcmach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood. A household remedy most excellent. Ask for if your druggist hasn't got it or won't get it, WILL FILL YOUR 1728 W' Y COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R, CHARLIE WHITE-MOONSCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR HUMAN SKIN ONL Y, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. 10c or 3 bars 25c at all dealers, Retail, who are supplied thrtt all zvholesale dealers. S ORDERS POSTAGE PAID. I m Vs .yi, !. i'P? 4MRar"T. !sw 2 top 1 Come Let Us Convince You That Such Values As The Following Can Be Gotten -- EEING $22.50 $20.00 $18.50 - IS BELIEVING Skirts and Coats. . one-four- th i V 15 Ladies Black Suits. Gent's Bargains In I J $27.50 and $40.00 Suits at $32.50 and 35.00 Suits at $25.00 and 30.00 Suits at Ten Novelty Spring Suits which can be bought at 50cts on the Dollar. OXFORDS AND SHOES Watch Our Counter Values. One dozen all Wool Skirts, $5.00 value at $3.98 All strictly Tailored Skirts made of the finest quality. Panamas and Voils are greatly reduced. Five Spring Coats left which can be bought at off. I Embroidery Flouncings going fast, don't overlook this opportunity to get a nice embroidery dress for little money. ALL, SUMMER FABRICS REDUCED. In THE Only Exclusive JWJ&Tt WFEBlMTVLMTV& j JOSEPHL,ancaster, MERCANTILE L,adies Outfitters Miss Agnes Miles has been in Bry-antsville COMPANY The Fashion Spot. J M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Mid3 Arnold's Millinery. J visiting friends. Miss Julia Allen of Danville is the guest of Miss Patsy Kinnaird. Miss Anna Mae Maupin of Richmond is the guest of Mrs. Roy Schooler. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Miss Amanda Newell of Somerset is Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. C. Fox. Great Labor Savers. ylt'iiWf Til MWTIWS Mrs. E. Price and N. B. Price visited Miss Amo Hamon of Cynthiana is Dr. and Mrs. Grant of Danville Satthe guest of Misses Delia and Fannie urday. Tinder. Miss Marshall Cole of Raleigh, N. Walter A. Wood Self Dump, Steel Rakes Miss Blanch Foley of Jellico Tenn, C. is the guest of Miss Letty Mae is the expected guest of Miss Lillian Cochran. Miss Emma Sanders of Kirksville is Mrs. J. B. Bourne and son Bradley visiting Misses Bessie and Eunice were visitors in Stanford of Mrs. W. Prather. Gas Engines and Ensilage Cutters. K. Warner. Mr. T. J. Price and Mrs. Price were Messrs C. B. Bastin and Bowman recent visitors of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Myers of Hustonville motored to Lan- Grant of Danville. caster Saturday. Robert and Cabel Arnold of Richmond Miss Willie Wilkerson is at home are the guest of Florence and Allen again after a visit of two weeks with Johnson for the fair. friends in Liberty. Miss Allie Arnold left this week for Co Miss Mabel Wilkerson of Liberty is a stay with her aunt Mrs. James Arvisiting her cousins Misses Bessie and nold of Kansas City. Willie Wilkerson. Mesdames R. G. Burgess and J. H. h3 Miss Mary Eleanor Mast of Little Sanders of Ohio are the guest of Mr. 3 Rock, Ark., is being entertained by and Mrs. J. P. Prather. Miss Kathleeh Wolter. Miss Helen Young of Maysville is n Mrs. Charles Collier and children of here visiting her grandparents Mr. and Fork Ridge Tenn. are with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Anderson. We make a specialty of your needs and Mrs. James B. Collier. W Mrs. E. L. Owsley is at home after write a policy especially adapted for your O Mrs. Wm. G. Anderson is at home a stay with friends in Lexington, a visit her daughter Mrs. J. Nicholasville and Danville. property. It will pay you to investigate our o fromYoung to Maysville. 3 Roe of Misses Georgie and Anna Brettan special policy. Mrs. George Miller Lusk is at home Moss and Miss Eugenia Moss of Richafter a lengthy visit to her sister Mrs. mond were here for the fair. R. E. Hughss of Louisville. S. W. Moss and little daughter DoroMr. and Mrs. Thomas Mosby Wilson thy of Richmond were with Miss Len-ni- e Moss and mother Monday. of Cave City are with Mr. and Mrs. w Garnett Kemper. R. G. Woods. PAINT LICK, KY. R. Mount for a visit. Joseph Harry D Tomlinson is back from 03 Mrs. Wm. Bogle returned Saturday North Dakota where he went to look Insurance. Tornado Hail. Fire. to her home in JNew Urieans alter a after his agricultural interests. Aetna, National Of Hartford. protracted stay in Lancaster. Allen Henry is up from Birmingham Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kinnaird and Ala. and will extend his visit to his little son of Middlesboro are with the parents through the fair period. Misses Kinnaird for the fair. Miss Irene Woodson of Middlesboro b? Miss Mary Burton of Louisville is is expected this week for the fair and the attractive guest of Miss Kathleen will be Miss Patsy Kinnairds guest. Walter for the Lancaster fair. Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Clark and two Mr. and Mrs. Fred Neighbors of children have returned to their home in Livingston are guests of the latter's Lexington after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. parents DaiiiM unutgj Quf&pn Povpo Gossip About uifuu People NNN and HAY STACKERS. York will be of interest here to relatives. The prospective groom is a YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. grandson of the late Commedore Cicero Price his mother being Miss Lucy V . Price of New York, a sister of the A few mowing machines very cheap former Duchess of Marlborough, he is a second cousin of the Messr's Price this week. W. J. Romans. and Mesdames Mattie Price Frisbie Rock bottom prices on harness fori and Emma P. Grant of this city. thirty days. W. J. Romans. bunch of keys think they were One hundred and twenty pounds, lost near Citizen Bank, return to this more or less, of bone and muscle don.t officer make a woman. Its a good foundation Don't miss the great bargains on Put into it health and strength and she buggies for thirty days. may rule a kingdom. But that's just W. J. Romans. what Electric Bitters give her. ThouI represent the Knoxville Nursery Co sands bless them for overcoming fainting and dizzy spells and for dispelling of Tenn, I can supply you with high weakness, nervousness, backache and grade flowers, shrubs, rhubarb, aspartired, listless, worn out feeling, "Elec- agus, roses, vines, all kinds of ornatric Bitters have done me a world of mental and fruit trees. I solicit your good," writes Eliza Pool. Depew, Okla, orders for fall delivery. Phone 200 Jas. A. Royston. Agent. "and I thank you, with all my heart, for making such a good medicine." SALE-on- e pair of 2 year old mules, Only 50c Guaranteed by. R. E. McRob- For one 3 year old work mule, one 2 year erts & Son. old filly and one 5 year old mare. This is all good stock and work good. BIG CHANGE. Wm. Royston, Fair View, Ky, Lost:-A Walter A Wood Mowers What Makes A Woman? J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. $40.00. $20.00. Buggies at Cost. R. Will Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Office over Police Court. Phone 194. TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE J. MOUNT, SON & CO. Dry Cleaning Co We have moved to East Water street one and block East of Lexiag-to- n avenue. All orders called for awl delivered. Phone 340. one-ha- lf Lancaster Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance h. W. Faulkner, jIgr. Temperance Sentiment Is Spreading And Judge Sullivan Is Gaining Yotes By Jumps And Bounds In Attention Farmers. Mammoth Care. Mercer County. a (Harrodsburg Herald) Two months ago with only Helm and Sullivan in the race for Congress, Congressman Helm would have gotten a big majority in Mercer county. But marvelous changes have occured and according to the best political observers Mercer is now distinctly a Sullivan county. At the same time it may be o Garrrrd County's trip to Mammoth Cave will be July 30th. The round trip rail road fare from all stations 5.65. All expenses at Cave and hotel 6.50 for three days trip. The latter amount includes your board at Cave hotel aud the several routes through the cave, making the total expense for the three days outing $12.15. Limit on tickets 10 days. Write or phone L. & N. Agent 3t. The Lesson. Odd how you can pick up a lesson In something, no matter which way you turn, or which corner you happen to round on, says the New York Press The other day a man who was taking bis matutinal Jaunt to the Eighty- MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE MILLERSBURG. An KENTUCKY. School For Girls. Attractive Home Pupils are surrounded with an atmosphere of culture, wholesome fellowship and safe religious environment. New buildings combining all conveniences. Health record unsurpassed. AcadeiHu-anCollege Entrance courses. under a skilled artist tram ed in Germany. Lecture and concert Expunges course. Domestic Science. for board, tuition, etc lower thua an other school of like grade. Sond fW Rev. C. C. Ffeher. Pre. catalog. .Millersburg, Ky. .Mimh-Departmed KEMPER & WOODS, HARTFORD, We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne. Sam Bourne. & 4 " Misses Bessie and Sadie Baughman Miss Gladys Frisbie has returned of Hustonville are here for the fair from a protracted visit to her little and are Mrs. W. Ross Bastin's guests cousin Miss Margaret Elkin Hughes Miss Blanch Farber of Madison, Ind, of Louisville. Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. is with Miss Annie Margaret Elkin at Mr, and Mrs. Robert Hughes and her pretty country home ' 'The Maples. " daughter and Mrs. George Miller Lusk John W. Walker left Sunday for motored down from Louisville Sunday Akron O, where he will superintend a and will remain for the fair. gang of men on some construction Miss Gracie May Cochran has rework. turned from a recent visit to Richmond Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Staughton of where she was the guest of Mesdames Covington arrived Monday for a visit Robert Arnold and Josiah Simmons. to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Collier of MemMrs. J. S. Johnson, Sr., entertained phis, Tenn. last Friday in honor of Mr. Chas. Bur-de- tt Mrs. Davis Prather and daughters of Okla. and Mrs. John Woods of Misses Ora and Vivina and Miss Ida Lexington, covers were laid for twelve Potts leave Friday to attend the fair J. B. Jennings arrived Monday for a JAS. B. WILLIAMS.Sec at Mt. Sterling. W. H. HARRIS, Pres. JAMES HOOD, visit to his wife and son at the home Mrs. S. N. Jordan and sons, RayKentucky. of Mr. J. A. Doty. "Brad" is conLancaster, mond and Roscoe arrived Saturday for a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. nected with a large department store in Pecos Texas. James Pumphrey. fr it Miss Letty May McRoberts and Mr. and Mrs. John Denton, Mr. guest will go Lexington Thursday and Thomas Denton and Mrs. Emma Young be of Lexington, are guests of Mrs. at entertained at a handsome luncheon Any the home of Miss Martha Land Mis3 Samuel D. Cochran. Cole of North Carolina being thehonor-ee- . Miss Angie Kinnaird entertained at You like from our Bridge Tuesday afternoon at three The following young ladies are ' with o'clock in horrbr of Mrs. A. M. KinMiss Margaret Arnold, Misses Emma-rin- e timber piles. No need naird of Middlesboro. Burnette of Lexington, Misses to spend time in look Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCann, Mrs. Eleanor Hogan, and Elath Buchanon O. H. Chenault and family of Lexing- of Richmond; and Miss Sallie Burnam ing for good ones. -r i m ton, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Woods of Paint Lick. r4-- nlr T7r a "SLU ttl ii Anderson Sunday afternoon. i. Xivcijr auwv 111 HIC JH Mrs. E. C. Barnard and son Joseph nun m irn7i,,F a wm Yzsr Atf r 1 Robert Walker leaves shortly for Rogers left Sunday for Winnipeg Can. J pile is sound, season- 2 l Columbia ienn., where he will have where she will join her husband for a Ja.iJ 'iWybSU! able and straight. charge of a large plantation for one of two months stay. Upon her return the largest land owners in that locality. trip Mrs. Barnard will leave Joseph at Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's Miss Margaret Arnold was the his school in Mercersburg Pa. why you should get the best which means "getting them charming hostess for" her guests on Mr. Luther Herron, Chief of Police Wednesday evening. The refresh in Lancaster, was in town Wednesday here. ments were inviting and daintily serv- and was warmly greeted by his many friends. He motored here in his hand-- " ed. new automobile and brought his Dr, and Mrs. W. S. Elkin, of Atlnnta some wife and Leader Ga.f sailed Tuesday from New York The approaching marriage of Howon the steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II for Carlsbad to be gone until September ard Price Renshaw to Miss Lillian B. ' Gilbert a $15,000,000 heirs of New 7th. BEAZUEY & COUMER FAIR Take Beam Lancaster Colored AUGUST 9th & V-Pr- es, 10th,' 12 stated that Mercer is distinctly a temperance county and stands for men who have fought for temperance measures and who are conscientiously in favor of temperance legislation because they themselves personally believe in temperance. Judge Jullivan is such a man. He has worked for local option in Richmond; he forced the county unit plank in the last Democratic platform over the vigor ous protest of the Courier-Journand Henry Watterson and after the great Democratic victory last fall he prepared the county unit bill which was adopted by the legislature. At this time the greatest menace to the effective enforcement of local option is the lack of an interstate shipment law which would prevent liquor being ordered from foreign states. Congressman Helm in five years, representing all the while a strong temperance district has not introduced an interstate shipment bill, and has constantly been "asleep" on temperance legislation in Congress. These facts are known to all voters. And then, too, "birds of a feather flock together." In Ander son county the saloon keepers and liquor people are backing Congressman Helm almost to a man. Saloon people are opposing Sullivan because he is responsible for the law in Kentucky which will eventually put all of them out of business. But the dawn of a brighter day is at hand for wrecked homes, half starved children, and the countless men. al first street station of the elevated found himself watching with sympathetic interest a chunky bull pup trotting valiantly down the street with a dog biscuit held between his teeth. The pup's owner, walking slow-lin his wake, met his occasional backward glance with an adamantine stare. Pup was being disciplined and was showing his thoroughbrcdnes? nobly. Incidentally he was Reaching everybody on the block a lesson in self-contro- v ' ' ' l. Fruit and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses Peonies, and Phlox. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. down the throat of a "eapey" chicken destroys the worm J and saves the chick's life. few drops in the drinkinsr watec CURES and PREVENTS GAPES white diarrhoea, roup, cholera anil other chick diseases. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington, Kentucky. One 50c Bottle of Bourbon Poultry Cure Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. Every ponltry raiser should keep a bottle of this medicine on hand. Write for free sample and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, BOURBON REMEDY COMPANY. Great Mass Of Proof. A A A B Facts. Face Retenoid. adies Delight. Freckle Remover, leaches the Skin, labasterlike Effect, mooth, velvety skin, onic for Face Muscles, ejuvenates Your Youth, f Great Beautifying Power, ovelier Facial Appearance. Leilastou, Kj. Sold by HASELDON BROS. Reports of 30,000 Cases of Kidney Trouble, Some of Them Lancaster Cases. i -- i. iBsf r4i Mlwfi i i s I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. children.-Harrodsb- urg Each of some 6,000 newspapers of the United States is publishing from week to week, names of people in its particular neighborhood, who have used and recommended Doan's Kidney Pills for kidney backache, weak kidneys, bladder troubles and urinary disorders. This mass of proof includes over 30,000 testimonials. Lancaster is no exception. Here is one of the Lancaster W. M. Zanone, Canal & Orchard Sts, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I can speak highly of Doan's Kidney Pills, as they have proven excellent in my case. They do all that is c'aimed for them. My kidneys were disordered and the kidney secretions were irregular in passage contained sediment. I had pains in my back and sides and when I stooped, I had difficulty in straightening. Finally I used Doan's Kidney Pills and they completely relieved me of my trouble." For sale by all dealers, Price 50 cents. lm v. T S R O Cow-Eas- e (Tnda link Rt(steied.) from the cow," MEANS MORE MILK. 2 J I J I Alabastrol In the last two months we sold 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 and powder. None 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 packages and in plaid wrapper for 50 Cents Silver. No Samples. The Siloeon Mf'g Co., Pueblo, Colorado ,2ijn MORB'MONEY 'forthoforaer. ths wxrropurTQtfi, Maasfactarad by; CARPENTER-MORTO- N COMPANY ' R. E. McRoberts & Son. A A 1. K - ,- t ;-- ! COME TO THE OLD FASHIONED COUNTY 81, FAIR AT STANFORD Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. Knights of Pythirs, AUGUST BLUE AND GRASS FAIR from the tucky. 1912 greatest nurseries in Ken- For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. HOME - CARE OF MILK IN THE m 1IKHK0X 1 Kentucky Fair Dates. We loan Money gilt-edg- e securionly on ty, we pay 3 per cent on time deposits and are always ready and willing to oblige depositors. When you vant your banking business attended to in a perfectly satis Seventh Annual Exhibition Opens At'Lexington, Monday, August 12th. u CONTINUES FOR SIX DAYS Bigger and Better Than Ever This Year Numerous Attractions, Including Innes' Great Orchestral Band, the Greater Parker Shows and Big factory manner try an account with this bank. Free Attractions. Lexington, Ky. Since its organization in 190G, the Blue Grass Fair has taken full rank with the largest and the best of the State Fairs and Expositions of the country. It has very justly become known as the greatest horse show in the world. It is the only Fair which offers a full quota and a classification for breeding classes of the three great breeds of American horses, as well as show classes, simplified and arranged in a manner which makes their distinction clear. Pitched on a larger and more exten sive scale than ever before, with the certainty of increased interest on account of various added features, this year's Fair promises to eclipse all pre vious records. Numerous additions and improvements have been made in matter of show rings and amusement features have been secured of a kind and to an extent that justify the belief that the Fair will prove not only more valuable than ever to the live stock interests of Kentucky, but also more attractive to those who visit it. In addition to the weanling and yearling divisions of the great Saddle Horse Futurity, three stakes are offered in the show classes for Saddle Horses. Attractive Program Each Day. One of the most attractive programs for the week will be on Wednesday when the classes for standard bred horses will be shown. In addition to the cash premiums offered seasons to the leading horses in service are donated by various owners and should attract the attention of the entire horse world. Besides, such great p'erformers and sires as Kentucky Todd, Walnut Hall, , (the sire of the Harvester 2:01) Tre-gantle- The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. The afternoon program is one of the most interesting of the entire week, as it includes all the championships in which final contests occur between the winners of the individual classes during the preceding days of the Fair. The rule governing these classes require all animals eligible to show in these rings, or foreit money won in the previous shows and this rule will be strictly adhered to, thereby assuring large fields and affording the public the opportunity of seeing the winners brought together. The American Saddle Horse Breeders' Association Special, for which a magnificent trophy is oJTered, for nest stallion or mare three years old and under, will be contested on this the last afternoon. The week promises to be not only a gala one in Lexington, but record breaking in the history of the Blue Grass Fair. INNES AND HIS BAND One of the Big Musical Attractions at the Blue Grass Fair. 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 j.re many preparations highly advertised to do the work, but it is probably your experience that none of them will really meet the claims of their manufacturers. Hair Restorers which are nothing more than Thee are many harmful chemical dyes, which do not grow any hair, the only result being that they dyed the hair, having no permanency and often causing a streaky appearso-call- ance. It has been the aim of the chemists for years to discover a preparation which would really grow hair and restore the color to grjuy or faded hair, but heretofore they have met with no success. Prof. Rembler now claims to have discovered a combination of harmless vegetable composition which is a Genuine Hair Restorer "and will grow hair and does not contain any dye of any kind, but will postively restore the natural color and brilliatcy to gray and faded hair. This is a very strong statement to make and if any chemist without the recognized ability and national reputation of Prof. Rembler were to make this claim we would be inclined to be skeptical as to its truth. It will be remembered by readers that are familiar with scientific discoveries that Prof. Rembler was the inventor of the one fire process for gilding glass and also the Rembler wireless Coherer. Any statement made by Prof. Rembler is entitled to consideration as he would not make any statements which were not true and would injure his established reputation. The Siloron Mfg, Co. of Pueblo, Colo, have purchased the exclusive American rights to manufacture Sagine, as they have named Prof Rembler'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 $o 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 us 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 ?3 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. The newspapers of the country, in commenting on Bandmaster Innes apof Mupointment as Director-in-Chie- f sic at the World's Fair held last summer at Seattle, Wash., proclaimed him one of the really great bandmasters of the world. That he is indeed so is best evidenced by the regard in which he is held by great musicians throughout the continent and by his ability to visit a city year after year and be welcomed by ever increasing multitudes. The longer Innes remains in a city, the more he is appreciated. He is resourceful and versatile and ever on the lookout for some musical novelty. His programs, paradoxical as the statement may seem, are a delight to alike. the musical and non-music- Frequently Contains Bacteria In Such in Miss Hattie Duncan spent last week Beuna Vista. Largo Numbers It Is Not SafeMr. Chas Duncan and two daughters for the Children. are vi&itois in Burgin. Mi?s Ada Christine Rogers of DanMilk delivered in the cities in the summer months frequently contains ville is visiting Mrs. Will Grow. Mr. A. S. Hop., bought of Mr. L. E. bacteria in such large numbers that espe- Speaks a y ung horse, price 59). it is not a safe food for children, Air. J. E. Sherrow sold to different cially for infants whoso food consists entirely of milk. When it is impossi- parties some corn at $G per bbl. ble to obtain milk entirely free from Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crank are resuspicion, It is advisable to pasteurize ceiving congratulations over a fine boy. Mr. Josh Brown died at his home the milk. Pasteurization should be done in near Bourne on the lGth of tvphoid fev r. Rema ns were taken to Buckeye fcr such a way that as well as those likely to pro interment. bacteria duce intestinal disturbances are de- ZEMO FOR YOUR SKIN. 2 Btroyed without injuring the flavor or the nutritive value of the milk. This Eczema, Pimples, Rash And All Skin may be accomplished in the home by Afflictions Quickly Healed. tne use oi a simple improvised ouuu. Milk Is most conveniently pasteurNo matter what the trouble, eczema, ized in the bottfes in which it is delivered. To do this use a small pail chafing, pimples, salt rheum, Zemo inwith a perforated false bottom. An stantly stops irritation. The cure inverted pie tin with a few holes comes quick. Sinks right in. leaving punched in it will answer for this pur- no trace. Zemo is a vanishing liquid. pose. This will raise the bottles from Your skin fairly revels with delight the bottom of the pail, thus allowing a freo circulation of the water and the moment Zemo is applied. Greatest thing on earth for dandruif. preventing bumping of the bottles. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose Punch a hole through the cap of - Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is one of the bottles and Insert a thermometer a good one with the scale , sold by all druggists at 1 a bottle, etched on the glass should be used. But to prove to you its wonderful value Set the bottles of milk in the pail and jt if now put up in liberal size trial fill the pail with water nearly to the bottles at onlv 25 cents and is miaran- level of the milk, Putthepallonthe,teedtodothe WQrk of m nln.TA n aa n rn c flnmn onrl liAlt If ' back. Sold at R. E. McRoberts & until the thermometer in the milk Son Drug Store. shows not less than 145 degrees nor more than 150 degrees. The bottles PA 1ST LICK. should then be removed and allowed to stand from 20 to 30 minutes. Mrs. Dan Burchall is the guest of The punctured cap should be re- her daaghter Mrs. Bottner at Lebanon. placed with a new one or the bottle Miss Jane Terry is at home after covered with an Inverted cup. After spending several weeks in Shelbyville. Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson of Lancasf ter has been the guest of Mrs. Mit disease-producing Lancaster July 1- Madidonville, July 1G- -4 days. Mt. Sterling, July 23 5 days. Frankfort. July 231 days. 24- -3 Georgetown. July 30 odays. 1 days. Harrodsburg. July 20 dajs. Henderson. July 80 I ilnx. Berea, August -8 days. Taylorsville, August G 1 days. Uniontown, August 6 5 days. Winchester, August 7 days. Danville, August 7 8 days. Mt. Vernon. Ausust 715 days. Versailles, August days. Lexington Bluegrass Fair, August 1 - 73 12- -G days. Fern Creek. August 131 days. Burkesvilie, August 134 days. Leitchfield. August 134 days. Vanceburg, August 144 days. Brodhead. August 1 13 days. IIai(!in.slmig. August 2(1 3 kys. Sliepherdsville. August 204 duyn. Lavriieeburg. August Aut-us-t 20 I darn. Columbia, 20 I duys. Ross. Miss Kate Ely left Sunday for a visit to her sister and other relatives in Ohio. Dr. Ramsey of Stanford is visiting her son Mr. Uurdette Ramsey and family. Mr. George Treadway spent Sunday with relatives at Scalfold Cave RockIII i I ill ftt j Ii Hr I II I !! 1 i I n iI i 1; ! i ii i 1 ii1.1 n J i r castle Co. i IT vW. Less I jJElL JLL in in I I ii i r I i I EGDLO I ii'iiiii i :i T I i Notice! Poultry 4-11- -44 Raisers CURES &S Cholera. Gapes, limberneck, Roup, Canker, oscBu.o0v Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Mis Kmtie Bryant. IUrdslown, Ky., iyt: "I We Rrape 4-- 1 1 -- 44 for yean and think it the bet poultry remedy made. It cures gape and limberneck without fail. Will Coomet, BarditowD, Ky., ay: "One drop of Recipe 4-- 1 1 -- 44 dropped djwn the bill of a gapina chicken Lilli the worm and relieve the chick instantly, hi the best preventive 1 liav i evci used." Cochato, Vice Commodore, John A. McKerron, etc. Mr. David M Look, of New York, donates a season to the great horse Bingen (sire of the champion light harness horse of the world Uhlan). The Fair will be opened on Monday, August 12th, at 2 p. m., when an attractive racing program has been arranged, interesting show rings will be seen, and Innes' great band with Miss Beatrice Van Loon, soprano, will be heard. The Greater Parker Shows, the greatest on the road, will hold forth in "Gayety Lane," with the cleanest and best shows ever shown to a Kentucky audience. One Tuesday, the 13th, the big mule show, always a most interesting feature of the Blue Grass Fair, will be shown, and Heresford cattle will also be seen. Various classes for sheep and swine will be judged in the pens, and the poultry and pigeons will he judged in the Doultry house. The 1912 divison of the great Futurity will be shown in the afternoon. This ring last year proved the greatest show ever seen at any Fair there being 51 exhibits and taking three hours for the judges to place the ribbons. Great show rings Wire Basket holding bottles for pas. teurizatlon of milk. 30 ud Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robt. Crume, Bardslown, Ky. Price 50c at all Druggists. SOLO BY R. E. McRoberts & Son. SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, July 28th. I $.50 Trip. Round 1 .30 Trip Round SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. IV. O. s. Rigney 4 V , Funeral Director and Embalmer. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. Lancaster,' Ky. minutes the milk should be cooled as quickly as possible. Set the bottles first in warm water, to avoid breaking by sudden change in temperature. Replace this water slowly with cold water. After cooling the milk should be kept at the lowest available temperature. Bandmaster Innes This method may be employed to reInnes indeed is known as the King of tard the souring of milk or cream for Program Makers. If some composi- ordinary purposes. tion given is above the heads of some of his auditors, p. catchy encore is cleverly introduced, which, while KEEP MILK COOL IN SUMMER good music, full of rhythm and mel ody, directly appeals to everyone with Where Ice Cannot Conveniently Be out exception. It is in fact this quickUsed Piece of Flannel Cloth, Immersed In Water, Is Good. ness of response to the unspoken thought of his listeners that has enWhen ice or cold water cannot he trenched him so firmly in the hearts obtained, or where a can of milk has of his admirers. Innes' .coming engagement the week to be left In a place where water and of August 12 to 17 at the Blue Grass ice cannot be conveniently used, a wet wrapped flannel Fair, accompanied as he will be by the cloth preferably players around the can is an aid in keeping full strength of his sixty-twand several notable Grand Opera Ar- milk cool. One end of the cloth is bst left extists, promises to be an occasion of tending from the bottom of the can more than local interest and immersed in a pail of water. A. in other classes, three free attractions, large amount of the sun rays falling two big bands, two soprano singers POULTRY SHOW on the wet cloth Is consumed in evapwill help fill out the day's program. orating moisture, and is thus preventOn Wednesday morning the breedThe Blue Grass Fair has this year ed from reaching the milk. So long as ing classes for Standard bred horses as mentioned above, classes for Jack become a member of the American the cloth Is kept wet It is a protection, stock, etc., will be shown in front of Poultry Association, and the exhibit in but as soon as it becomes dry heat this large and important department passes through it to the milk uninterthe grand stand. Famous Blue Grass Stake Wednesday. will be governed by the rules of that rupted. This is a guarantee of In the afternoon the famous Blue Association. equal rights and justice to all. saddle Grass Stake for preembodying A classification horses, which always produces the best seen anywhere in the world. This miums for over 300 classes of poultry stake always gives us a spirited and and pigeons has been prepared, and exciting contest, and brings out a the management expects this year to Keep your cream test around 30 per be, as usual, a great show. large field. In addition to the cash premiums, cent. The yearling division of the Saddle Good fences and good pasture are a Horse Futurity, which is a renewal the Blue Grass Fair and a number of Lexington have donated fine combination. of the 1911 show, should be proven a merchants of Foamy butter is a Bign that the great show, including as it does the 20 handsome silver cups, ten for poul-- J winners of last year and many others. try and ten for pigeons. The show is cream was too sour. The more the study, the greater the Thursday is always the big day and in charge of the same excellent and program nas Deen arranged. efficient committee as in past two success in dairying. an extra occasionSoaking the churn The forenoon will be taken up with' years, and Mr. S. B. Lane, of Spice- - ally will help keep in brine it sweet. to act as the breeding classes for American land, Ind., has been secured The best milk flow cannot be mainSaddle Horses, the prizes for which judge. Dr. C. W. Trapp, of Lexington, tained without a variety of feeds for are particularly rich and desirable and will judge the classes for pigeons. An the cow. v certain to bring about a magnificent entrance fee of 25 cents for each bird In these days of fresh green grass, will be charged and the management show. don't fail to keep plenty of salt? before The classes for Short Horn Cattle, hope that this, together with the the cows. Poultry Association rules to which always produce a show of Short American Individual excellence la the only Horns well worth a trip of many miles govern, will confine the entries to real safe guide to be depended upon in to those interested in beef cattle, will owners of birds. selecting cows to build up a good herd. be shown in front of stand. In the To thoroughly clean milk utensils The West is rapidly becoming the they first should be rinsed with cold afternoon will be witnessed the Junior musical center of America, and it is water, to remove all particles of Championship Stake for pro- in recognition of this that the headsaddle horses and an excellent milk. gram for racing, varied show classes quarters of Innes and his band have Fly time means milking after dusk, recently been moved from New York having a darkened milking shed, the for roadsters, three and to Chicago. In welcoming the famous use of some fly repeller, or else a fight horses, and' fine harness horses. Friday morning will be devoted to bandmaster to Chicago, one of the with flies and cows. Jersey cattle, which is always a good leading newspapers of that city said: The best dairy appliances in the "In response to the invitation ol world are of little use to us if we do show as the best herds in state meet many of Chicago's most prominent not learn how to use them to the best here. In the afternoon Shetland ponies, Id patrons of music, Innes and his or- possible advantage. addition to racing and a varied pro- chestral band of sixty players have Do not tur.n the cows on the lush removed their general offices and offi grass long at a time; neither is it well gram of show classes. cial home from New York to the City to shut off their grain as soon as grass Thoroughbred Day Saturday. of Chicago. The series or popular comes. Taper oft slowly. Saturday Is always known as Thor- concerts announced to he given by j One advantage of succulent feed is oughbred Day when we see rings the organization wiH fittingly mark the fact that it not only provides the T'hloh bring together many of the this latest addition to the musical cow with more moisture, but at the most famous thoroughbred horses, forces of our city." same time is more appetizing. I Mrs. Wm. Fitzpatrick has for her guest Miss Matilda Mason of Chestnut Gove Ky. Miss Sailie Woods will be the guest of Miss Margaret Arnold of Lancaster during the fair. Mrs. Ellen Wilson left last Friday for Richmond to accept a position in the Post Office. Mrs. Tom Palmer of Greencastle, Ind., has been visiting her sister Mrs. Joe McCormack. Mr. Salem Wallace of Lexington visited his mother at Mrs. H. L. Wallace Saturday and Sunday. Protracted services are being held at New Hope church by Rev. Sanders of Millersburg, and the regular pastor. Misses Hattie llall and Verna Noe of Harlan, Ky. and Miss Bertha Nor-ri- s of Ohio, are visiting Misses Fannie Noe and Losie Ledford. Miss Grace Scott Cline of Pikeville, Kentucky, T. C. Lambert of Washington D. C. and Reid Lear of Middles-bur- g form a house party at the Misses Lear. Erlanger, August 211 days. Stanford, August 213 days. Eminence, August 22 I duys. Ewing, August 22 -- 3 days. Shelbvvilie, August 2- 7- ilnys. Hodgenville, August 273 duys. London, August 274 days. Nicholasville, Aug 27- -3 duys. Fulton, August 27 5 days. Germantown, August 281 days. Dover, August 28- -4 days. Springfield, August 28 -- 4 days. Florence, August 28- - 4 duys. Franklin, August 29- -3 duys. Somerset, September 4 4 days. Flizabethtown, SepLJ3- -3 days. days. Paris. Sept. Tompkinsville, Sept, days. Barboursville, Sept. days. Bardstown, Sept, 4 days. .. Sanders, Fair, Sept 4 4 days. Monticello, September 3 dnys. Kentucky State Fair, Sept. 1) (J ihiya Melbourne, Sept, 17 5 days. Horse Cave, Sept. IS I days. Morgantown, September lf 3 djs. Falmouth, Sept, 21- -4 days. Glasgow. Sept. 254 days. Adairville, Sept. 263 days. Bowling Green, Ky, October 2 1 35 ' 44 43 1 Tri-Coun- ty 1 4 days. days. Murray. Oct. Elkton. Oct. 3- -3 days. Mayfield, October D 4 days. 24 CUOKKYK. Mr. A. C. Miles is very sick. Mr. John Carter from California Jwa been with relatives here. We are glad to state that Mrs. OHfe Bogie is able to out again. Miss Stella Ford Ray has been the guest of Misses Lida and Nell Itay, at Loyd. Misses Jennie and Katie Mae Dicker-so- n stitute. are at Harrodsburg attending in- Mr. and Mrs. George Ray, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Layton Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dean of Bry antsville have been with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. 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