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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 2, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912080201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 2, 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. .,t.. .v- "i a. nr vsjw f(J-7WT'-- i rpxrxn TWENTY THIRD YEAR. CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD QOYERNMENl. LANCASTER; KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1912. August the 11th, at the Baptist Judge Harris Pours Out Booze. rChurch, Lancaster, Mr L. C. King will On the first day of Jthe Fair Chief be ordained to the deaconship of the Herron captured Louis Jackson a one church. Every member is urged to be armed Lexington negro with a goodly present at this meeting. supply of booze and withoat a reason0. P. Bush, Pastor. able excuse for its possession. On Friday he was taken before' Judge Going Up. New Residence 0 Harris and fined $100. and costs, the Mr. H. C. Hamilton has broken bulk of which was suspended upon the ground on the lot adjoining his resiunderstanding that he leave town at dence on Richmond avenue for the once, and that darky did not allow any erection of a seven room modern resi- grass to grow under his feet after he dence. This will add very much to the was released. Judge Harris confiscatalready pretty appearance of that ed the wet goods and breaking off the street. necks, poured the contents on the Judge Hardin At Lebanon. ground, much to the discomfiture of a Judge Charles A. Hardin was in Leb- crowd of onlookers. anon last week, having been sent there "Fat" For Tne Editors. by Lieutenant Gov. McDermott to preThe newspapers published in the side in several cases in which Judge Thurman was disqualified from serving. Eighth district are reaping a rich h publishing as advertising matter That he acquitted himself in a creditable manner goes without saying. Judge the mean things being said about the Hardin was compelled by the summons rival candidate for the Democratic to curtail a very pleasant outing at nomination for Congress, Judge J. A. Sullivan, of Richmond, and CongressCrab Orchard Springs. man Harvey Helm, of Stanford. While nearly all of the papers are taking Anderson Elmore. sides between the two, the editors are On last Thursday evening Miss Carplaying no favorites and are publishrie Anderson and Mr Harry Elmore sur ing in columns side by side the "boosts" prised their many friends by being and "knocks" for each candidate with made man and wife. Taking only a the result that the papers contain few friends into their secret, they went practically nothing else but red-hto the court house and summoning the campaign stuff Danville Advocate. Rev. O. P. Bush, the ceremony was Read our editorital columns. Space quickly performed by him, after which there can not be bought at any price. the happy pair repaired to the home of the brides mother on Richmond Avenue. "Steve" Carrier's "Hat In The Ring." The bride is the daughter of Mrs In this issue of the Record will be Pattie Anderson and is an accomplished found the announcement of Mr. W. S and charming young lady formerly one of the counties roster of school teachers. Carrier for the nomination for the offiThe groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs ce of Sheriff, subject to the action of ; J. W. Elmore. Both are popular young the Democratic party. Mr Carrier is not unknown to the society people and have a host of friends who will join the Record in the people of Garrard county, having servwish that lifes pathway for them may ed them twice as Assessor, and has made a faithful and efficient officer. be strewn with roses. He is a splendid citizen, a clever and Bootleggers Galore. upright gentleman and since his resiThe bootleggers must have thought dence in the county has been an indethat during the excitement incident to fatigable worker in the democratic the Fair that the police would relax ranks, and should the people see proptheir vigilance and they could ply their er to honor him with the nomination he nefarious calling, but such was not to seeks, we have not the least doubt but be. Charles Baughman and "Kid" he would be victorious in the final elecLee, two notorious negroes, who we tion and would make a faithful, fearunderstand are refugees from the of- less and efficient officer. ficers at Stanford, alighted from the "Something New In Blind Tigers. train here Wednesday night with a The gentrys who are accustomed to large basket, and hied them diuteward, Chief Herron spied them and made a follow "bootlegging" for a livelihood bee line in their direction, so close did are certainly in a class to themselves, he get on their trail that they abandon- and when it comes to "ways that are ed the basket and took to their heels dark and tricks that are vain," the and succeeded in making their escape. Heathen Chinee is not in it with them. The basket contained in the neighbor- A scheme resorted to according to our hood of fifty pints of "long distance" information during the recent Fair nooze, with which they intended re- - b'ordered upon the novel. As our in- galing the Fair crowd, at so much per. tormant tens us, an enterprising geniney win proDaoiy not return ior tneir tleman went to a field near the fair baggage. grounds four nights before the opening of the meeting and choosing a suitable place under the wide spreading limbs of a giant white oak tree, dug a hole sufficently deep to accomodate a ten gallon keg of whiskey, which he placed therein, leaving the top a considerable distance under ground and a box leading up to the furface; he then neatly sodded over the aperture. When he desired to wait on a customer he would first ascertain that the ground way free from intrudres, then carefully raise a neatly cut square of sod, insert a "thiet", which is a conical tin instrument used about distilleries, and withdraw what liquor he desired, fill the customers bottle, replace the sod and cheerfully seat himself, light his pipe and wait for the next customer. So careful was he as to how he conducted his transactions, and so well did he choose his customers, that he had exhausted his stock and left for parts unknown before it was discovered that he had be"en dispensing drinks. On ar-ve- NUMBER 17. a v&gm&t&z 5,000 VOTES To Be Given As A Bonus. Read The Of We can save you MONEY on a fer Outlined Below And Get Busy. We hate to say "we told you so," but we have to, and our prediction has proven true, the line up has changed and now it is going to take some hard work for the losers to regain their lost ground. As an incentive to stimulate the contestants the Record will give 5000 votes as a bonus to the young lady & 1z BUGGY and st securing the largest number of votes during the period from August 5th to August 19th inclusive. This additional 5000 votes will help out considerable so get busy and have your friends get busy in your behalf. This offer applies ouly to the Lancaster District. The standing of the contestants at the last count was as follows:- LANCASTER DISTRICT. Mae Powell Mary Eliza Holtzclow Kate Ham Katie Mae Dickerson, Alline Thomas Jennie Cox Lillian Estes Sallie Anderson Lillie Croucher Beulah Mae Beazley Osa Coulter Mary Ellen Farley Lucy Campbell 300,138 295,147 245,114 214,885 106,061 79,806 46,147 45,252 32,150 25,500 317,500 285,225 236,350 213,250 208,030 196,600 181.925 171,500 147,025 141,300 132,4565 When the painter applies paint on your house i!I it is to your Jbest interests to know what that paint is its spreading capacity its appearance its durability. You are the and who loses if the paint goes wrong. Make sure of good results the most satisfactory and economical job by having your painter use Sherwin-William- i HARNESS They Must Go. Come and Look over our stock of s prepared Shenvin-Wiiliam- Paint It is better than any other prepared paint on the market, or "lead and oil". The s Co. ot BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. HossaMay Teater Rella Ruble Mary Belle Halcomb Ollie Crawford Flora Ruble Blanche Stone Ethel Onstott Clodie Speaks Maggie Norris Ophelia Montgomery Annie Osborne HAHD'WARE. You will be surprised. safeguard its quality in every process of manufacture. They make all their linseed oil; own and operate large zinc and lead mines and smelters, and make their dry colors in the largest and best equipped dry color plant in the United States. J He results are in the goods. Protect your interests and your property with S.W. P. We sell it HASELDEN BROTHERS. Mattie Scott LelaBarnett Nancy Johnson 129.050 125,600 10S,350 54,600 54,500 51,200 Our Motto-Li- ve &'Let Live. CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. 464,605 Mrs. Dave Newland Lillian Garner 415,380 396,872 Mrs. Dove Garner 345,238 Mamie Holman 270,650 Susie Butt You can get CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, 3S3X33CE3E33! Eva Fletch Ida Lee Campbell Cecil Garner Mahala Howard Hattie Bogie Bertha Rogers Bessie Reynolds Nell Davis Ky. 262,040 176,316 156.800 52.728 51,870 40,594 39,690 Buggies gr -- 2,742 Rev. Henry N. Faulkner will preach at the Presbyterian Church at Paint Lick next Sunday morning. To Speak For Sullivan. Gov. Jas. B. McCreary will address the voters of Madison and surrounding counties on this Friday afternoon at one o'clock at Richmond Ky in the in terest of the candidacy of Hon. Jerre Gov. McCreary is an ardent supporter of Mr. Sullivan and thinks he is entittled to the democratic nomination for Congress. A Sullivan. 1. Y our 'Editor Back At His Desk.. ." fcif After a months stay at Hot Springs Ark. where he went to seek relief from a severe attact of rheumatism, Mr. Green Clay Walker the editor of the Record returned on last Monday and is able to be about his duites, not entirely recovered, but greatly improved and with strong hope for complete recovery in the near future. Dr. Harris Dies In Richmond. Phaetons, Driving Wagons and HARNESS at great bargains for Thirty Days. Accoun t Was Due July 1st obligations. BACKED BY DISTILLER. Mr. Sullivan's Principal Anderson Coun- ty Worker Is A Leading Liquor Man. Dr. J. W. Harris died in Richmond, Monday morning after a short illness of a complication of diseases. He was 68 years of age and was one of the leading physicians of Madison county. Dr. Harris married Miss Susie Leavell of this county, a sister of Mr. W. K. Leav ell and a niece of Mr. A. W. Kava-naugHis remains were interred in the Richmond cemetery Tuesday. W. J. ROMANS. h. (Danville Messenger) I need the Money badly, to meejt my If your account is not settled at once, , I shall place SAME For COLLECTION. H. T. LOGAN Supporters and boosters of Judge Sullivan having kicked up such a hullabaloo about Harvey Helm's position on the temperance question, let's take a peep into the record of our fnend, Judge Sullivan, and see where he stands. So far as can be learned, he voted for local option, but if he ever raisecMiis hand or voice in the whiskey fight in Richmond, the fact cannot be ascertained, and his newspaper articles are exceedingly quiet on the subject. But let's go a little deeper. In his signed statement, Mrt J. W. Mahan, an elder in the Lawrenceburg Presbyterian church, (the church has no pastor at present) uses these words: "Sullivan's leader in the county is Hon. William Dowling, Senator from this district, and himself a distiller, the son of a distiller, and one of the constant opponents of the county unit bill". What do you think of that, Mr. Temperance voter? Does that fact indicate that Mr. Sullivan, if elected, would go to Washington and work against the whiskey dealers? Draw your own conclusions. Mr. Mahan adds: "Do not understand me to be one of Mr. Helm's rank partisans. I am merely writing you the truth as I know it. Our temperance people seem thoroughly satisfied with Helm. It appears to us that if he is to be beaten it should be on some other ground than anything we have heard or know in this connection. He appears right on the bill pending in Congress on the liquor traffic" VERY BEST. We have known DrTJ. J. Byrne for a number of years. He always uses the best goods to be had on his Prescription work, which combined with His Optical Skill insures satisfaction to his Patients. Standard Optical Co. C. A Culbertson, Prop. Dr. J. J. Byrne is now at Lancaster and will remain until Aug, 17th. Office Wire Drawn Tungsten EL>RI6 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 light. Hospital Building. STORMES DRUG STORE Be Sure To Vote Saturday, Those looking after the interests of Hon. Harvey Helm, in the Congressional For $1.50 Per Gallon J race, ask that all his friends go to the polls and 1 vote Saturday, 3rd. While If they claim a large majority, they realize the fact that H too much Confidence has often kept voters at home, which results in defeat. i i We will sell. you the Best Paint made and GURANTEE every drop of it. C&. I 1 R. E. McRoberts Son. TheCentral Record fifteen hundred. I vote LOOKS LIKE A WINNER This being the week of the Primary a democratic would ol about not exceeding one Then decide which is Dr. Jekyl and INTRODUCTION OF QUEEN BEE receive Mr. Sullivan Mr. Hyde? Election, and the various candidates hundred and fllty votes in this county, if the Mr. Mahan says "that out of a pos- Loyal Friends Rallying To Support Of They Are More Prolific During Their being desirous of seizing this their vote were taken today Helm's supporters are incorporated. Gallant Democrat First Two Years and Should Then to have their say drawn from both sides and the liquor question sible 1,500 votes that Sullivan would ,Q DENTIST $1.00 a year. last opportunity Issued Weekly. not receive exceeding one hundred and Is cutting no figure in the contest. Be Supplanted. through the columns of the press. Suhlvan's leader in the county is Hon. This week's issue of the Lawrencefifty votes in this county." Office over Hurt k Aiidersou'd GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. they have filled up our columns almost William Dowling, Senator from this district, We do not know how many he will burg News publishes a cut of County Queen bees will ordinarily live and any other reading th son of a distiller, and one of the constant to the exclusion of receive, but when Mr. Mahan attempts Attorney W. S. Burch, of Lincoln, and preside over the colony for four or Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., matter, however, we hope that the opponents of the county unit bill. pays him this well deserved tribute; five years before being naturally suas Second-Clas- s Hail Matter. Mr. Booth, superintendent of one of the to state how many he will receive, not public will indulge us for this once and The above picture is only a fair like- perseded, but like a hen they are Kentucky Distilleries & Ware- even writing the letter, but getting an plants of the Member Kentucky Press Association that they will carefully read and thor house Co., and a Presbyterian by the way, "attorney" to state his more prolific layers during their "case" for ness of County Attorney W. S. Burch, much two years. For this reason, ana oughly digest what each and every one will vote for Mr. Helm. I am told, but he is not and LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. him, it seems he might possibly be of Lincoln county, who is a candidate first is a of them has to say. We are in the managing Helm's campaign, and is support for Commonwealth's Attorney in the also to improve your stock, this your Eighth District Publishers League. drawing on his "wet" imagination. good time of the year to requeen newspaper business for what we can ing him rather lukewarmly. Helm Will Practice in all State Courts ani? witnout In fact everybody here is for Onj already "wet" and the other 13th district, composed of the counties apiary. Remove the old queen and can- regard to race, color or previous condition of out of it pecuniarily, and we Laicaster, Ky., August 2, 1912. U. S. District Court. waiting a chance to vote "wet." Just of Lincoln, Garrard, Boyle and Mercer. the bees will at once proceed not miss this opportunity to gather in servitude. The question you raise has occurMr. Burch's opponent is Hon. Emmett to con- Office over Police Court. Phone 194 by loss Mr. Temperance Man! repair the a few shekels from our democratic red to no one here, Helm has made an excel- think of this, r Puryear, of Danville, a splendid gentle structing queen cells for the proRates-FoPolitical Announcements Mr. Booth is secretary of the demoour people and friends forhe publication of their re- lent impression onof real use, personally,other Among officially has been cratic county committee and last May man, a good democrat, a good lawyer duction of a young one to take her TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE 5.00 spective views. and City Offices ? For Precinct things, he has caused an appropriation to be did more than any other one man to and would make a good commonwealths place, writes I. P. Tillinghast in the 10.00 or County Offices This is a purely family fight, one. in made for e public bcildlrg.a thing that we carry attorney, but the editor of the Ander- PmiTitrv fipntleman. So if you are the county over McCreary for For State and District Offices.... 15.00 which no hard feelings should be en have sought In miIu for years. son News fought side by side with gal- satisfied with the stock nothing more l)o not understand me 10 be one of Helm's temporary Chairman of the Louisville 10 For Calls, per line Is necessary, for In about twelve days gendered and from which each and rank partisaus. lam merely writing you the convention, which meant the whisky lant Bill Burch, of Lincoln, for most from the removal or the om queen a 10 every For Cards, per line democrat should emerge ready truth as I know it. Our temperance people men would control the party machinery 17 years and a truer, braver, more unyoung one will hatch. In such cases For all publications in the interand willing to pull off his coat and go seem thoroughly satisfied with Mr. Helm. It and control the laws now on the Stat selfish, or more patriotic democrat nev- from two to twenty cells will be We have moved to East Water street expresest of individuals or to work for the nominee, and we sin- appears to us that If he is to be beaten It block East of Lexingformed, and if your old queen is of one and any ute books of Kentucky. Almost, with er draw breath than he. In our opin be on some sion of individual views, per cerely hope that such will be the case. should we have heardother ground than r know in this connec- out exception, every "whisky man" ion ne nas uone a3 much, it not more choice breeding stock, remove her to ton avenue. All orders called for ami thing 10 line In the various races we have had our tion. He appears ilgl.t on the bill pending in tenth that opposed Gov. McCreary was work for his party, than any democrat some other colony, and on the except delivered. 05 Obituaries, per line Phone 340. preferences, as we believe is the right, Congress on the liquor traffic. in that county, when he was not a can- day after cut out carefully all Helm's friend then, as well as now, (Signed) J. W. MAHAN. the privilege and the duty of every office, only having aspired to one or two cells, and give them to and we defy Mr. Helm or Mr. Mahan didate for h. ltf. Faulkner, Mgr. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. democrat. In the very outset we esyour other colonies at the time that to contradict this statement, and if he office twice within our knowledge. day 's poused the cause of Mr. Sullivan for In fhe first paragraph of Mr. Every old Confederate soldier, their you destroy their queens. In a any desires the leaders of the "whisky FOR PRESIDENT or two these cells will hatch and the nomination for Congress, and we letter he says he is an "elder in sons and neighbors should vote for this WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey have from time to time taken occasion the Presbyterian church in this city," men" named, we will do so at his re- loyal democrat and son of as brave and colony will accept a newly hatched quest. Not only did these same leaders virgin. to say a good word in his behalf when- to which we assent. On reading Mr. urge and work FOR for instructions against gallant a Confederate soldier as ever At some times of the year It is dif FEMALE COLLEGE ever opportunity offered through the Mahan's letter, the News man asked McCreary, but VanSant also, ficult to introduce an old queen to a a tem- wore shoe leather Stephen B. Burch THOMAS R. MARSHALL, columns of the Record, and we were him how he stood on the liquor ques- perance man, and instructed for Stev- one of John Alorgan's trusted lieuten- strange colony without leaving her MILLERSBURG. - KENTUCKY. Of Indiana days, glad to do so. We have refrained tion. He said: "I am a 'wet man' like enson, the "whisky candidate," for ants in time of war and one of God's caged among them for inseveral removing a from any "mud slinging" or undue al Dowling and vote like him." Mr. State chairman. I have no trouble but An Attractive Home School For Girls. ANNOUNCEMENTS Didn't thev do it. chosen ones in times of peace. the lusions in regard to Mr. Helm, and we Temperance Man, of Anderson county, Mr. Mahan? "Bill" Burch, as his legion of friends queen and introducing another atyear, Pupils are surrounded with an atmossame operation at tnis time oi We are authorized to announce Hon. have never at any time had anything think of a man voting for whisky and We charge and defy contradiction of call him never let a night be too cold, while the honey flow Is on, without phere of culture, wholesome fellowship J. A. Sullivan a candidate for Congress to say through the columns of the pa- being an elder in the church of God! a single distiller, or stockholder in any creek too deep, day too long, to repay caging or loss of time, by sprinkling in the eighth district, subject to the per to which either he or his friends Is that your kind of a temperance man? distillery in Anderson, to say he a debt of gratitude, or serve the party her freely with a mixture of flour and and safe religious environment. Nw is not action of the Democratic Primary to be could take exceptions, satisfying our- Mr. JMahan is tor Mr. Helm and says supporting Helm, but in every instance that he loves. His life is an open book confectioner's sugar, and running her buildings combining all convenienses. Health record unsurpassed. Academic held August 3rd, 1912. selves for the most part with merely he is a "wet man and would vote do we charge they are. Judge Dowl- no page would he fear to have unfolded in before their loss Is known. Under and College Entrance courses. usually accoyping what appeared in other papers wet." Mr. Mahan, the local option ing is in the employ, but not the owner for the public's sciutinj and, as County these conditions the bees under a skilled artist train We are authorized to announce Harof the district, giving them due credit question was held here a few years of a share of stock in a distillery. He Attorney, he has served his county cept her at once. Congress Lecture and eeMfert ed in Germany. vey Helm as a candidate for for the same, and when we did give ago, did you vote "wet," or did you is for Sullivan. You say Mr. Booth is, faithfully and well. Ex jre course. Domestic Science. in the eighth district, subject to the utterance to our own Though a hobbling;cripple, not a sym STRONG CORNER FENCE POST views or opin- go to the "tall and uncut" of Missouri? you are told, "lukewarm" on Helm. action of the Democratic Primary to be for board, tuition, etc lower thaa an pathy we are sure, would he ask of the The Anderson News charges that the ions, we were careful that they should If Mr. Booth will make an affidavit like grade. Sond for held August 3rd 1912. nothing which would give per- man who wrote the letter signed by that he will not support Helm over democrats of his district on that score, Substantial Brace May Be Construct- other school of contain Rev. C. C. Fiaher. Pros. catalog. Small Tree by Followed From sonal offense to anyone. We believe Mr. Mahan was Hon. Lillard H. Carter Sullivan, the Editor of the Anderson but willing to be judged by merit, For Commonwealth Attorney. Millersburg, Ky. ing Instructions. this is the proper manner in which to a Helm man and a "wet man," be- News will vote for Helm on August 3, qualification, faithfulness to duty, with We are authorized to announce Emmet in the discharge of out fear or favor conduct a campaign within the ranks cause he voted that way when a mem- 1912, on top of the table and let the A satisfactory corner post may be Puryear as a candidate for Common of our own party, at least, if this rule ber of the Legislature in 1910 against world know it. Produce your affidavit, his sworn duty as an officer of the law made from a small tree, as follows: wealth's attorney, subject to the action be adhered to we will be in a better the Waggoner Bills, Nos. 78 and 445, Mr. Mahan and contradict us if you and a protector of the peace and digniThe tree is cut the size wished for Fruit of the Democratic party. ty of this grand old Commonwealth. attitude to take up the gage of battle one the County Unit Bill and the other can, or forever hold your peace! We the post (the tree forked, of course) Good reports came from that district The fork is cut a foot shorter than The Record Is authorized to announce in Denair ot tne winning candidate a local option measure, being the only charge that the above "whisky inter t. the body. The post Is put in the W. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candi- against the common enemy in the man to make a speech against the bill, ests" are taking a hand in this fight, that Mr Burch will win over his opon-enNot that we don't admire Mr News. date for the nomination for Commo- event the candidate whom we did not Mr. Carter tells The Asparaboth openly and under cover, and the Puryear, for we do, but that we love We charge that on last Thursday News is nwealth's Attorney, subject to the favor in the primary receives the not responsible for you, Mr. nomination; we will not have to "take afternoon, July 18th, that Hon. Har- Mahan, not seeing it. If you desire "Uid ueeoe an the more, ne is a Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. back anything" will not have it upon vey Helm was in "conference" with some names that are, we will give democratic soldier from the crown of his big brain to the bottom of his For County Judge. our conscience that we maligned or Hon. Lillard H. Carter at his office in them to you with pleasure. wounded limbs. When you honor him this city and that on Friday, July 19th, ClayreWe are authorized to announce said anything against him, we will The Anderson News entertains the Everything for Orchard, Lawn and A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- member that we espoused the cause of he, Carter, wrote the above letter to highest regard for Hon. Lillard Car- with your vote, you honor yourself and ton Garden. Our prices may interest you ty Judge of Garrard County subject to his unsuccessful opponent, not that we Mr. Flowers signed by J. W. Mahan, ter, Mr. Mahan and Col. Booth. It the great democratic party. loved the victor less, but his opponent though dated July 20, 1912. We fur- only desires to give facts and, if it has the action of the democratic party. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Institute At Harrodshurg Has ther charge that Mr. Helm was in the erred, it will gladly made correction. better. We are authorized to announce A Very Successful Meeting. As for our support cf Judge Jullivan, conference with a "member" of the It proposes to give the facts, no matH.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. James A. Beazley as a candidate for we are proud of it. We consider him W. B. Saffell Distillery Co. on Thurs- ter whom it helps or hurts. Every The Garrard county teachers returnCounty Judge of Garrard county, subday, July 18th, 1912, and we defy him as we said in the outset, one Lexington, Kentucky. ject to the action of the Democratic most brilliant men, not only of the to contradict this statement and we man can vote his sentiments and we ed on Friday afternoon from the Tri- in the will not complain. We propose to al- County Institute meeting in Harrods-burparty. eighth district, but in the state of Ken can give the gentleman's name if he, ways express ours, as well as vote and all were loud in their praise tucky, an elegant, polished and re- Helm, or any other man, desires it. &&fef For Sheriff. them, not caring whether it suits the both of the success of the meeting and & GA We further charge that Mr. S. E. critic or not. We wear no man's co!- - oi their treatment while in Mercer to announce C. A. fined gentleman and one eminently We are authorized Booth, superintendent of the T. B. DOLLARS MILLIONS OF county. The Record was remembered Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of fitted to fill the position to which he lar. We are a free lace. Fence Corner Post. every year to poultry and hog fill it with honor and Ripy plant of the Kentucky Distillieries by the following account of the proGarrard County, subject to the action aspires, and to raisers. Last year thousands of credit both to himself and to his con- & Warehouse Company, who Mr. Ma- Bristow Conn Former Lancaster Boy ceedings ground and the fork turned on the inof the Democratic party. Hogs snsS Poultry stituency. That his democracy is un- han claims is "supporting Mr. Helm "The which convened side corner with a rock placed under Forging To The Front In Danville. cholera and other diseases were saved We are authorized to announce sullied everyone will admit, that he rather lukewarmly," is not only for in Harrodsburg July 7 was a great the prong. during the hot weather by the use of Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff has for years given his support, his Mr. Helm now, but when the DemoIt is impossible for a post made iii The following clipping from the success. Nothing was left undone by of Garrard county, subject to the ac- time and his money unstintingly to the cratic county committee was called to- Daily Advocate shows that Bristow the superintendant and the teachers this way to pull away. Gft-gnw tion of the democratic party. service of democracy is a matter of gether here a few months ago to in- Conn is rapidly forging his way to the of Mercer county and the citizens of Returns From Good Seed Bed. its chairman, Mr. E. M. Mount-jo- front in a business way in Danville. Harrodsburg to make our stay plearur-eablhistory, and that the signal victory struct We are authorized to announce W. There are very few farms on which a "whisky man," who is in the Bris is a splendid mechanic and a nice won by the democratic party headed and the good work done by the The Greatest Cbslcra Preventive Knewi L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard additional labor expended in preparemploy of Mr. Booth at intervale to Prsvent3 and cure county, subject to the action of the by James B. McCreary, a majority of vote for the interest of Anderson coun gentleman, and wc take great pleasure instructors and superintendants of all ing seed bed would not yield hand the cholera, bat don't over 30,000, is due more than to any in recommending both him and his the counties go to prove that our stay some returns. It costs about 15 cents put itoiTor-- they keel democratic party. fc? over. Give it to them was profitable. It A other man, to Hon. Jere A. Sullivan, ty's distinguised son, Hon. W. E. work to the people of Danville. per aero to harrow land, and about 35 witn Daw the loou m&te&.&?: w of the bowel.work- Dowling, for Congress, this same Mr. The institute was indeed fortunate in cents per acre to disk land. For $1 We are authorized to announce W. S. for it was he who wrote the platform "Mr. Briscoe Conn, of Lancaster, &553S5-i6them, knock i Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of which made this signal victory possible Booth voted in the committee for a who has been in Danville for the past securing the services of Sunt. J. T. land can be double disked and harrowcholera and other geRC3V7luchCt into the system with the focd or drill!;. His splendid ed twice. One bushel of wheat or bar Garrard county, subject to the action embodying therein the county unit primary election,instead of a convention several months in charge of the Gar- Coats for two days. o A Powder plank, which was so acceptable to the which Helm wanted and in his speech age of the Danville Ice & Coal Com- spirit'surely enthused every rural school ley, two bushels of corn or one-hathe Democratic party. of icr lor noc3. paciteu n r& fi ana ncomcr bushel of flax Increase per acre will people of the state. Those who have here on June court day he eulogized pany, purchased the business from the teacher. metal cam. eaVt iry ur. lose strrnc'h or stmil 2 others and Mrs Cora Wilson Stewart of 'Night pay for this extra labor. For Assessor. followed him through the present cam- those Democrats that "stood so nobly above firm yesterday and will continue cota no more. It id all medicine and guaranteed too. We are authorized to announce Dave paign are unanimous in their endorse- by him," when trying to call a snap to run it at the same place, giving that School Fame' was never tiring in her Hotf to Tell Written to be underst xxl ami given free to live C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor ment of his views, agree that his ideas convention. Didn't you do it, Mr. same satisfaction that has characteriz zeal to help the young as well as the stock owiut". our 60 pog." ulus.nted book. Iqr our consdt.ni; ..tennanan. hau i. j how to koowr and of Garrard county subject to the ac- aie soundly democratic, that he stands Helm? ed the stand for months past. Mr. experienced teachers in their perplexishowing how to cure diseases in Horse. Cattle. with over it Sheep. Sw n ard Poultry. toge'r-eIf Mr. Booth is "lukewarm" on Conn, besides being one of the clever- ties. During the last two days she held tion of the democratic party. for, not alone temperance, but for Remedies, including Helm now, God pity the man who is est and most accommodating you; g extra sessions during the intermissions. RESuaamz Hones. Spavins every other plank that is embodyed in We are authorized to announce Mr. Our guaranteed remedy for Do not overload the team. Better Miss Ora L. Adams, Mercer's effthe democratic platform, both state truly sincere for him in this county. men who has come into our community or any bony enlargenic-t- s. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the NomiCO. It has been Mr. Helm's invariable rule for some time, is an expert in his line icient superintendant and general man- make another trip. used will solve THE ROYAL DISTH3BUT1NGs. A. (Inc.) and national. The silo correctly Baltimore, Jttd., U. nation of Assessor of Garrard County, in visiting this county to consult Mr. of business and those who have been ager of the institute seemed to be For salo by SBBMBi the question of profit from $100 an subject to the action of the democratic Booth on all matters, who is the real patrons of that stand in the past can every where at the same time, and al- acre land. C C. & J. E Stormes, 'Lancaster. Ky. party. "political head" of the whisky inter- rest assured tbat they will get the ways in the right place. large feed bills by Agents wanted in other towns. Circumvent Hon J. W. Rawlings, Supt. of Boyle growing plenty of protein feeds on ests in this county, until his last visit same careful attention shown to them We are authorized to announce J. B. lent his valuable assistance in the form the farm. here then he went to Van Buren to and their machines as before." Collier as a candidate for the nomina of advice and encouragement as he alcounty, make a speech in company of a most The silo is the only safe and sure tion for assessor of Garrard excellent gentleman on the other "end "Bull Moose" Followers Meet, Elect ways does. His watch word is still way and the cheapest way to handle action of the democratic subject to the The "Temperance Communication" Signed the corn crop. 'Get the child to think.' of the string"he loves to pull now. party. County Committee And Transact To jerk the horse Is not a very nice Our own superintendant Miss Jennie Mr. Mahan again says: Hon. WillBy J. W. Mohan, Of Lawrance-burWe are authorized to announce W. Higgins, presiding with her usual grace way for the hired man to get even Other Business Of Imporiam Dowling, Sullivan's leader, SenaL. Huffman for a candidate for assesswith his "boss." And Sent To John W. and dignity. tor from this district, and himself a or of Garrard county subject to the The ground for sweet clover seed tance Saturday. On Wednesday the visiting teachers distiller, the son of a distiller, and one action of the Democratic party. should be prepared the same as for Flowers, Of Columbia, The promoters of the new Progress- were tendered a reception at Graham alfalfa or clover. oi tne constant opponents ot the coundown the throat of a "capey" Fur School SaperudesdaiiL ive Party, followers of Theodore Roose- Springs. This was a success in every ty unit bill." Was A Frame With good equipment and willing chicken destroys the worms workers haying Is not altogether a We take issue with Mr. Mahan velt, or "Bull Mooses" as they are sence of the word. and saves the chick's life. A We are authorized to announce Miss Up. few drops in the drinkinc water Thursday, we had some distinguished disagreeable task. again. Mr. Dowling is a loyal friend coming to be known, of Garrard county Jennie Higgins as a candidate for The best garden seed are not alSchool Superintendant for Garrard ot Mr. Sullivan, but he is only a true met at the court house on Saturday visitors; Hon Jerre A. Sullivan and CURES and county, subject to 'the action of the Congressman Helm And Lillard Carter, friend and one of many advisors to afternoon and proceeded to do business Supt, John A. Nolan of Richmond who ways found In the packages on which PREVENTS GAPES are found the prettiest pictures. Democratic party. white diarrhoea, roup, cholera Mr. Sullivan. On what authority do after the style sf the regularly organ- each made short addresses. Also Mrr. Demand for good, productive farm The "Wet" Attorney, Responsible. and other chick diseases. Nannie Gastineau Faulkner of Fayette you charge that Mr. Dowling is his ized parties. Mr. Henley V. Bastin property is steadily increasing. Some For Jailer. called the meeting to order, stated its county, who came to bring greetings to very high prices are paid for well imLeader, Mr. Mahan, or did your "wet" One 50c Bottle of " We (Lawrenceburg News.) to announce Jack institute. object and read the call, both of Theo- our attorney dream it for you? proved farms. The following is from the Interior Adams as a candidate ibr Jailer of GarDuring the institute, a number of Instead of getting two "whisky dore Roosevelt, and also that of Leslie If your asparagus turns yellow it is rard county, subject to the action of Journal at Stanford, which we publish Combs for conventions, after which a men representing books and periodicals a sign of rust. Every affected plant men," Hon Lillard H. Carter and J. Makes 12 Gallons of Medicine. the Democratic party. on the News' own "hook" and which W. Mahan, to "frame up" a letter to temporary organization was effected visited us, among them Prof. Milton should be at once cut out and burned Every poultry raiser should keep a bottlo of We are authorized to announce Dave letter, signed by Mr. J. W. Mahan, of your interest, Mr. Helm, there being with G. M. Patterson as Temporary E'.liott well known in Garrard Co., and or well sprayed. this medicine on hand. Write for free sample Robs as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- this city, the News proposes to dissect There are very few farms on which and Booklet on "Diseases of Fowls." Address, splendid ministers of God's Holy Chairman and A. F. Sanders as Secre- Prof Calfee of Bearca College whose additional" three B0UR30H REMEDY COHPAHY, LeiingtOD, Xj. rard county, subject to the action of and defies contradiction: labor expended In preparWrit in our city, why didn't you call on tary; it was determined that all who practical arithmetic met with univer- ing the seed bed would not yield the Democratic party. Columbia. Ky., July 16 1912. Sold by HASELDON BROS. those excellent gentlemen to give you might desire should attend the Dis- sal approval. handsome returns. Pastor Presbyterian Church. s, a "testimonial" as to the best of their trict Convention in Danville as The sooner manure is spread In the Lawrenceburg, Ky. Fw Magistrate. In Memoriam. where delegates will be selecknowledge to state who the "whisky field the smaller the loss of fertility Dear Sir: We. are authorized to announce I have been Informed that the whisky people people" are for Congress in Anderson ted to the National Convention to be In the death of Mrs. Eason, which Incurred and. the smaller the amount John N. White as a candidate for In Anderson county are supporting Helm for county? When you held your "con- held at Chicago on August 5th. , occured on the evening of July 21 1912 of labor required to handle it. Magistrate, in the first district of Gar Congress and are opposed to Sullivan on ac The common disk harrow Is more The following gentlemen were selec rard county, subject to the action of count of his favoring the passage of the coun- ference" with Mr. Carter didn't you ted as county committeemen for Gar- the family lost a loving wife and moth- generally used than any other Imple(True ttux Regbtcred.) ty unit law. Is my information correct? I know that the Presbyterian church had er, the church a consistent member. the democratic party. have also been informed that Mr. Booth, been without a minister for over a rard county for the new party:- - H, V. Hospitable and genial, one was sure of ment to cultivate alfalfa, and when WEANS MORE MILK properly adjusted does good work. from the cow, We are authorized to announce Superintendent of the Kentucky Distilleries year, Mr. Helm? Will you, Mr. Helm Bastin, Chairman, A. F. Sanders, Sec- a welcome at her door and with her to & Warehouse Co., is managing Mr. Helm's Consider the clovers. It often WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- campaign and I want to know if you did not con retary and R. S. Brown Treasurer, see the need of an act of kindness was means the difference between failure ,ND MORS MONEY this Is cor- make an affidavit that istrate in the first district of Garrard rect. tor the taroer sult Mr. Carter about the Mahan letter Jesse Sanders, N T. Grow, Silas to perform it if in her power. Her and success. The clovers are almost County, subject to the action of the If the liquor people are supporting Helm, it while here on July, 18th, or that you Baird, Ed. Chandler, Sam Prather, deeds were not those that are blazoned, indispensable In the farm scheme. democratic party. looks like it is time for the temperance peoand Gecre M. Patterson. on the scroll of fame. In the quiet ple to be getting busy. I enclose stamped did not consult a certain distiller that Ship-to- n We are authorized to announce walk of life her virtue shone modest same afternoon, who is red hot for you About a hundred persons were in envelope for your reply. Yours truly, e, H. Estes as a candidate for ' (Signed) JOHN W. FLOWERS. in regard to your at the meeting and consider- and unassuming, she trod the path of race? in the first district of Garrard Are Ever At War. Lawrenceburg, Ky., July 20, 1912. "Mr. Sullivan is "dry," because he able enthusiasm was manifested. duty as she saw it, and now that she county,"subject to the action of the Mr. John W. Flowers, votes the way he preaches. Mr. Helm has laid her burden down there will be democratic party. Columbia, Ky., There are two things everlastingly The Trials Of A Traveler. many to realize how nobly it was borne neither votes that way, only having Dear Sir: at war, joy and piles. But Bucklen's We are authorized to announoe Your letter addressed to the pastor of the "talked that way since May 31, 1912." "I am a traveling salesman,', writes amid the trials of time. Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Presbyterian chureh has been handed to me evan- E. E. Youngs, E. Berkshire, Vt., "and Her views were conservative and Arnica Salve will banish piles. It soon Magistrate in the second district of for answer. We are without a pastor now. Just think of Helm as a "60-da-y gelist of temperance?" was often troubled with constipation just she knew not the spirit that cavils subdues the itching, irritation, inflamGarrard county, subject to the action but since I am Elder in the church, I trust Investigate, Mr. Temperance Man, for and indigestion till I began to use Dr. and rebels against fate. Her home mation or swelling. It gives comfort, of the democratic party. that I may be able to correct the false InforTHE WAY TO PUT JT ON mation that you have received. yourself, whether or not Mr. Helm has King's New Life Pills, which I have was her world, and all out side obliga- invites joy. Greatest healer of burns, Mmaafecrarad by We are authorized to announce TayIn Anderson county the people are nearly not "ducked" every local option elec- found an excellent remedy." For all tions were not with out demur. CARPENTER-MORTOCOMPANY, lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- etually divided on the temperance question, tion boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises, eczema, ever held in his home town, Stan stomach, liver or kidney troubles there And now may those who mourn be istrate in the, second . district of Gar- that Is about half are wet and half dry. T'MtM Atefai 17. A. rard county, subject to the action of Both sides, with singular unanimity, are ford? Then investigate Mr. Sullivan's is nothing better. Only 25 cents at R. prepared to meet her in the sweet by scalds, pimples, pkin eruptions. Only R. E. McRoberts & Son, Ira supporting Mr. Helm. I estimate that out of record at Richmond on "temperance." E. McRoberts & Son. the democratic party. A Friend. 25cts at R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm and by. M. K. Denny, J. E. Robinson, gt Dry Cleaning Co one-ha- lf Lancaster c Ma-han- mii:lersburg VICE-PRESIDEN- T. Mwsk-Departme- ! and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, I Grape Vines, gus, Rhubarb, Roses Peonies, and Phlox. ty g, v'MLM MSI Bv3k3 'JtrlCi IIACTS BS :- 22-2- y, e, tA J rein-.Iate- Gsl-SIn- ll 1 flees ard rapniioTes Cal-Sin- o SpU-i- PUT J JOB. szS g, i ONE iB0P tri-coun- ty Bourbon Poultry Cure dele-gate- CowEase Ed-Easo- n Mag-strat- N J. j - - -- ". The s Danville realand 9th, 1912 August 7, 8 SIDE Finest Merry Go-Rouud Enlarged Floral Hall and Poultry Department Big Premiums in all Departments and a most liberal and interesting program throughout. W. P. GIVENS, President. In The United States GALORE. With $750. Band I. M. DUNN, Secretary. For Catalogs and Other Information Address Danville, Ky. by wire cloth or otner material tnat will let in the air, but keep out rats, Cleaning Up Old Nests. doooove;ooo l1 $A t ? I I X I, 31 , 3 etc. 1 X 1 POULTRY umiMMiMBMiii inn I 1 Public Sale Of Land. So Simple Anyone Can Run It No need of a mechanic to take care of the Studebaker "20." No need of a chauffeur. You or your wife can run it as easily as an expert. Simplicity of operation and control, added to the light running and easy riding qualities of Studebaker cars are the delight of their 75,000 JULY 2TTH I01: I will offer for sale at public outcry 107 acres of blue grass land, lying on ttto Paint Lick ami White Lick turapikt. four miles south of Paint Lkk, Ky. Has a tenant house, good orchard, good fences and water. This land is fertifc and productive. Sate on the premise On SATURDAY Br. D. F. Smith Physician PHONE I miirTinrui & HO Surgeon. 219. Hos- 4& CHICKEN A new form of en cooj) has been knock-dow- n J chick- rff Office on Danville Street in the COOP IS PORTABLE pital Building. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Miccissippi Man Invents Device of Knockdown Style Vhen Not in Use Takes but Little Room. The incubating season is over with poultry so far as profit to the owner is concerned, and the Minnesota experiment station advises that all old nesting material be taken out and burned, and that all nesting boxes be disinfected and given a coat of liquid lice killer, after which fresh straw may be placed in them for late layers. The creosote preparations sold at lumber yards for wood preserving have been used with good effect as lice killers. Disposition of the Cripples. The cripple and the malformed chicken should bo put to death immediately after hatching. Such little unfortunates will bring nothing but disappointment. They will give you more care than ten well and whole ones. They will make you sick The Great Steadier. of the chicken business and give your John D. Rockefeller, Jr., impressing entire flock a black eye from the first. on his Bible class the steadying influKill 'em the instant they are born. ence of a good wife, smiled and said: "A minister once asked a young TH"E JOURNEY. man on a train: ""Do you smoke, sir?' " 'No, sir,' was the reply. "If you were asked to get ready to start next Thursday on a long jour'"I suppose you drink that is to ney, do you think you could do so?" say, moderately?' asked her rich employer, who was a "'No, sir; I abstain answered the widower. young man. " 'Do you gamble!' "Oil I much would depend upon the " 'No, sir.' kind of journey it was to be," she re" 'Swear?' plied. "I mean a pleasant journey a jour"'No, sir.' " 'Young man,' said the minister, ney that would last for a month or more." with an air at once pleased and puz"And should I have company on the zled 'young man, what are you, anyjourney?" way?' " 'I'm married,' th young man an"Well, 1 hadn't thought of that. No, I don't believe you would. I should swered. expect you to go alone." "Then I don't believe I could get An Illustration. ready," she said, turning to her type"For gracious sake! Listen to that writer and making four mistakes in child yelling I What on earth is the the first line of the letter she had be- matter?" gun. "That's Mrs. Scribble's boy. She's always whipping him because he inNothing More; terrupts her in the pieces she's writing for the papers about how to make "What's the matter, old man?" "Had a dream last night. It sort of home happy for the dear ones." left mo bewildered." "Had a dream, you say?" Mother's Worry. "Well, I say it was a dream. It real"I had to let that new maid go. I ly was so vivid that I might almost discovered tkat she was neglecting the have been awake." children when I .was attending my "What was it?" club meetings." "I thought that ocean liners were "Thatso?" carrying plenty of lifeboats instead of "Yes. Positively, she couldn't think squash courts and swimming pools." less of them if they were her own." "Oh, that was a dream!" THOSE LONG SERMONS. Meting Out Justice. Judge You look familiar. Were you ever before this court before? Female No, sir; but I wuz yer cook last month. Judge Thirty days on bread and water. Judge. A WOMAN at 2 p. in. Call on or write W. F. Champ. Executor, W. R. Griffith Estate. Lancaster, Ky. it Dr. R. f L Pontius, Surgeon owners. Veterinary Olliice and Dentist. I at Sweeney's Livery Slable. -- -- Kentucky Lancaster, " 0O0OO OOOOC&C fr patented by a Missouri man. When erected it forms a roomy coop and when taken down it occupies little space. The structure is of metal and consists of a bottom piece, a top piece and sides and two ends. The roof is curved to shed rain and has a handle by which the coop can be carried easily. All these parts fiet into each other by means of 6OtQOO0 oc The Studebaker (Flanders) "20" is equal in quality of material and workmanship to any car made, and its low price and low upkeep cost puts it within your reach. We know the quality of our cars because every part is made in our own plants and guarantees to us what we guarantee to you. The Studebaker name, too, means service after you buy. Ready for immediate delivery. KaiSsafciSS! -. xTPfek I -IS. uut Mowers of QUALITY. ? A Ek II! OS 2P J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Oilice Phone 31. 6tt4eoo60Oi0oav- Ware McRoberts. - v I fk ckonxo Right Is Right So go to "SCJJ fS. ra WCT&.TU vijft! v iLfl m4?5iw j VATwMTwmrTra serosa sr aS (Flanders; Prest-O-LiteTa- '?r xVi &ea&aE'A.!. Krm .aTt,. 7,' Residence Pliomi jm$ LANCASTER. KY. the right place for an Uu To-Date The $800 Studebaker "20" it - Registered Jersey Bull 3 HAIR CUT and SHAVE ' For the Fair The Old Reliable Barber. Price, Standard Equipped, $800 f . o. b. Detroit. Equipped a above, with Top, Windshield, " and Speedometer, $885. Ask our dealer for the new Studebaker art catalogue or aand to uj for oxy Alex 103717, SVasm 1912. Foe $1.00. Two miles from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike The Studebaker Corporation Detroit, Michigan- HENRY DUNCftN Richmond otreet. difliT- - Vr'fti -k a. HASELDEN BROS. Phone 49. Lancaster, Ky. R. E. H E N R Y . W. M. , ElUOTT, Residence Phone 220 Portable Chicken Coop. grooves and extensions. The door is a hinged flap that can be kept open or closed so that only the farmer can open it, and has vent holes in it. With this door closed the chicken or chick- Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone G. GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS sr: i J.W.SWEENEY LIVERY, ens are perfectly safe during the night from cats, rats or other predatory animals that roam throush poultry yards and kill so many fowl. FEED HOPPER FEED and SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. KENTUCKY NEVER CHOKES Minnesota Experiment Station Recommends Device as Shown in Illus- LANCASTER, tration Herewith. & & -- rt A good feed hopper for grain and dry mash feeding Is shown in the ilOffice Hours Oflice over lustration herewith and Is recom8a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Storraes' Drugstore mended by the Minnesota Experiment station at Crookston. The diagram explains itself. The advantages of this stylo of hopper are that it will not choke, the chickens cannot get DENTIST. Phone G5. Lancaster, Ky. into the feed with their feet, the feed is kept dry even outdoors, and none is wasted. The wing on each side shows the roof over the trough to keep the outside feed dry. One side H. Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every - day by the Cow Boy Herbalist . r-- --. B. IF. "Wajltjsr. r m ti BM OF BUSINESS. CHARLIE WHITEMOON, 3729-3- 1 W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. J. TINSLEY, County Surveyor. PHONE S29-- J. Office over F. (!. Hurt's furniture store. Lancaster, HT7 Kent tick) Deacon Smith Well, Brother Jones, th parson's had a good rest, hasn't Ue? Deacon Jones Yes, and so have we. W " U. TV. JUbrron--, Glares Httcd. Siitlsfactiou Guaranteed. Graduate Optician DR. Wm. BURNETT Physican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's Phone 75. store.-Residenc- e Office Phone 6 H. J. PATRICK, All Dentist. Work Guaranteed. Kentucky. Paint Lick, "Never Choke" Hopper. ijionoe BAxgfc of the upper roof may be hinged like Most do. a lid for filling. The gable shaped proGladys Yes, I'm engaged to Fred. jection, running the length of the It was pretty hard to decide, because Was Slow. floor, allows almost every kernel of I liked Tom quite as well as Fred, "Do you remember the first time I feed to be reached by the birds, thus and they're equally wealthy. preventing feed from getting musty ever put my arms around you?" he Virginia What finally decided you? from remaining In the hopper too asked, after they had started on their Gladys Fred promised me the most hqneymopn. long. alimony in case of divorce. "I shall never forget," she replied. "What did you think?" Providing Fresh Air. Not Big Enough. "I thought you had fooled away a Birds are so constituted by nature lot of time over the preliminaries." The peanut politician that they require an abundance of Doth give us all a pain. But we never hoar him speaking fresh air for health and vfgor. They From the rear end of a train. Probably Not. never do well with a limited supply "There are about 173,000 more feof air. For this reason all coops and Parson Was a Bachelor. boxes in which, poultry of any .kind males than males In Paris." "Yes, and I'll bet that when a felis kept in the summer should be as "In your sermon this morning you low's lonesome and homesick in that spoke of a baby" ag ' new wave on the open as possible. Let the.roo be tight to protect from town and wishes he could get some ocean of life."' rain, but let at least one side be open nice little female to sit beside him "Quite so; a poetical figure." for the admission, of fresh air at all and tell him encouraging things about JDon't you thimk 'a fresh squall' times. The open flldajaay be protected himself there Isn't one to be found." would have hit th mark better?" day-drea- Alasl Faith dreamed a dream--It ne'er came true; But that is the way J W7 si iuln . 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S.: I Y COM-CEL-SA- R BODY-BUILDE- R, COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R, I V. ' .g.- - p.- - - Sajl - k- : ji. ."'l-.'v-- .j 4- -- n-?s- a . 3t&i3M5Sja3j; cX,;r-iwJ-- . iSi.?t. .'.. j'i.O' so. &&. ..' - '"...;.' - - h ' .wJl &. ?" . iHK:r - :-- ; r ,' Lincoln County National Bank. SPREAD MANURE EVERY DAY J. W. Alcorn, Attorney at law. J. C. Lynn, Cattle Trader. Practice Greatly Reduces Possibility J. S. Owsley, Ji., Attorney at Law. of Losing Fertilizing Elements W. A. Tribble, Merchant. Cart Is Handy. J. D. Eads, Vice Pres State Bank & X careful and Intelligent use of Trust Co. Jns P. Bailey, Judge Lincoln Co stable manure will build up the fertility of any farm. The trouble with Court. the average former Is that he wastes T. J. Hill, Jr., Attorney at law. his manure. The habit of regarding W. W. Saunders, Bookkeeper First manure as valueless Is "one of the National Bank, Trustee J. F. L. Co. most expensive a farmer can have. H. R. Saufley, Sec'y Board EqualizaTo properly conserve manure the tion. liquids as well as the solids should be S. T. Harris, Vice Pres. First Natio- collected. For this purpose it Is well nal Bank. to have the floors of the stalls so that they will drain easily into a waterH. C. Rupley, Merchant Tailor. G. L. Penny, CSiairn.an Democratic tight gutter at the rear. This gutter County Commit too. Vice Pres. State should be stopped at both ends, but one end should be lower than the Bank & Trust Co., Druggist. other to allow the liquids to drain to R. H. Coffey, Diug Clerk. end. TREATING HORSE FOR WORMS Three Excellent Remedies Given That Have Been Tried and Found Satisfactory. This is one of the best worm destroyers for unthrifty colts and horses that we have ever tried. Mix together one pound each of sugar and salt: in f this mix pound of fine smoking tobacco, six ounces of powdered sulphate of iron. As a dose for a mature horse give a heaping tablespoon-fu- l in a wheat-bramash every morning for two weeks. Colts should be given in smaller proportion to size and age. A veterinary supply house advises the following remedy for worms in horses: Give a teaspoonful of powdered copper sulphate every morning in feed for three or four days, then give two ounces of turpentine in a pint of raw linseed oil. Feed soft feed and keep the infected animal in the stable while under treatment. A veterinary physician, signing no name, suggests this treatment in an exchange: Clear the bowels by allowing the horse to fast over night, and give in the morning two ounces of turpentine in a pint of raw linseed oil or gruel, followed in the course of an hour with a bran mash; repeat this for two or three mornings. Santosin in half or doses, made Into powders, with linseed meal, may be given to valuable horses for two or three mornings In succession, followed by a cathartic. one-haln one-ounc- BLUE 6 Big Days and Nights, Commencing VJ i MONDAY, Races Daily. AUGUST 12th. America's Greatest Horse Show. 5 Big Saddle, Horse Stakes. Running and Harness J $25,000 in Premiums. Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock. Interior Journal. that MINISTERS Introducing and Iidorsing Congressman Helm In His CanijJi'gn For Renomination. a? FOR CONGRESS. HARVEY HELM. . J. A. SULLIVAN. . (Interior Journal.) In the three days lour of Mercer in which Congressman Helm met Judge Sullivan in joint debate before numerous voters, the latter attempted again to inject the temperance issue and, but he was introduced by Col. Jack Chinn while Mr Helm was introduced by the Rev. Dr. W. P. Harvey, the distinguished Baptist minister and editor who with four other Ilarrodsburg ministers, is as enthusiastic for him as are the ministers of Mr Helm's home town. Rev. Homer Carpenter, pastor of the Christian church, of Shelbyville, who is here with his wife at the home of her father, Dr. J. G. Carpenter, is another of the temperance leaders of the Eighth congressional district, who is perfectly satisfied with the position of Congressman Harvey Helm, on legislation which the temperance people desire enacted by congress. Mr Car penter said to the Interior Journal Thursday: "The temperance people of this district, as I see it, have no reason to be displeased with Mr Helm on temper ance matters. He has come out for the measure which we want enacted into law, and as this is the only matter at issue before congress at pres ent what more can we ask? The temperance people of Shelby county are for Mr Helm and I look to see him carry that county by a large majority." flat-foot- ed portant, as It greatly reduces the chances of losing the fertilizing elements. Tn summer it can be spread on the field from which the soiling crops have been removed, and in winter on grain fields. Newly seeded fields should not be manured. A hand cart may be used for spreading manure. Where there are a large number of cattle or horses, a special dump cart, drawn by a single horse, may be used. Daily spreading insures that any leaching by rains shall carry the leached materials into the soil where they are wanted. PLAN Manure should be spread every day when It is possible. This is very Im- Innes Band of America. Sensational Free Acts Daily. The Greater Parker Shows. See The Big Floral Parade First Day. Reduced Kates on all Roads. For Catalog or further information address JOHN W. BAIN, Sec. Lexington, Ky. e THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. OF TWO-SECTIO- N DOOR ROOT-GRINDE- R IS EXCELLENT One Illustrated and Described That Has Been Found Entirely Safe to Open or Shut. Any Poultryman or Stock Raiser Can Make Practical Implement at Very Little Expense. (By Capital $50,00(h $SurpIus 25,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. EmhuY, Book-Keepe- We use the door on our barn and have found it successful. Each section is hung on an enclosed barn door track which Is bolted to the siding just under the cornice. By cutting the doors at the bottoms at the same angles as the tops we can use stay rollers to hold them in place at the bottom, thus preventing flapping by the wind. "We fastened a small side pulley on the inside near the top of each door and a double awning pulley to the first rafter in the comb of the roof, writes R. Schnacke in the Farmers' Mail and Breeze. By threading two-sectio- n A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORM ES, Vice Prea't. J. G. ALLIIOUSE. In the Farm and Fireside.) An easier and speedier method of reducing beets, carrots, turnips and other roots to pulp than chopping up with a spade or the four-blade- d J. F. Robinson', Ass't Cashier. Safsty Samual Storm.-s- , Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For M. Rent. J. E. made grinder Illustrated. Any poultryman or stock-raise- r can make it at trifling expense of time and work and use it with belt wheel for steam or power, or if desired or commay be pulsory, a crank and attached and the grinder operated by Manner of making hop per, attaching legs, braces, etc., is well explained in large illustration; small illustration shows sectionally the in terior or main working parts. A tri angular-shapestrip of wood (A) ex tends across rear side of box, firmly nailed in place behind the spiked gas-engin- pose is provided by the chopper sometimes used for this purcheap homeD. - BUSINESS. Cochran, S. C. D.-nn- Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey. gzr J. L. Gill. Dr. Y. Pja." -rgar.'7' - -T. - Elliott. Directors. . - cAB e fly-whe- -- hand-powe- r. -1- 1 -- r &i? fS,sT5"J A I d . JUDGE SULLIVAN CAN'T "WORK" VOTERS. THE wggy--sTwo-Sectio- 7 &Sjajall SHINGLES. kd 7 As to tl t' ci TEMPERANCE FOR COMMONWEAXTH'S ATTORNEY. Stanford Pastors Well Satisfied With Har . vey Helm's Position on Temperance n Door. W. S. BURCH X Matters. 4 Concrete Silo. The concrete silo which I built last year is 14 feet inside diameter and the To vote for W. S. Burch put X in next to bottom square. walls 6 inches thick. It is reinforced ' with No. 8. wire inside. The height is 29 feet I kept close track of all expenses and figured the men's wages To Voters Of 13th Judicial been prevented from discharging the duties of his office by being intoxicated. for the farm laborers while on the job To those who know him the quality of at $1.75 a day, says a writer in an exDistrict. change. The sand and gravel I hauled these charges is apparent at once. from my own sandbank. The cost Stanford. Ky., July 25, 1912.1 However, it was not intended by their was as follows: Fifty barrels cement, We officials of Lincoln cojnty. attor- fabricators that they should circulate $63.50; labor for concreting, $115; laamong his home people. The authors neys at law and citizens of Stanford, bor on roof, ?10; reinforcement, $3; Ky., desire to make this statement to of such rumors have spread them in bolts, $1.50; asphalt on roof, $10, or a the people of this county and of Mer- the other counties of this district, tion that Sullivan is responsible foi total of $203. My silage came out in cer, Boyle, and Garrard county, rela- knavishly hoping to poison the minds most of the temperance laws now upon splendid t:onditicn. During this very severe winter traces of frost showed tive to W. S. Burch, a candidate for of those who do not know Will Burch. the statute bo'oks of Kentucky. We take this opportunity of branding only on the sides. Commonwealth's Attorney of this disNotwithstanding the facts in the each and every one of these rumors as trict. case, notwithstarding that Congress Mr. Burch has been a member of this absolutely false. Upon our responsi- man Helm declared himself as favoring bar for over fifteen years. For the bilities as officials and citizens we de- the measure in the national concress clare to the people of this district that last seven years he has been our counwhich the temperance people most ar ty attorney Throughout that time we Mr. Burch is not a gambler, that he dently desire enacted into law and Lice will make the best hog pobr. have been brought into close contact does not stay in negro dives, that he which he himself has never yet, so Potatoes after alfalfa are bound to far Hogs eat the food from which othei with him, and we feel that we are qual has not been prevented from discharg- as we have seen, publicly declare him- make a fine crop. ing the duties of his office because of animals will get jio good. ified to speak as to how he has borne The easiest way to kill' a weed is self as favoring, Judge Sullivan is now Burlap over the stable windows never to let it sprout himself, both as a lawyer and aS an being intoxicated, and that he has attempting through the helps to keep out the flies. medium of per never stolen an indictment. It is to be Try official. sonal letters to the voters all over the grain. this rotation: Alfalfa, potatoes, Stock should not be allowed to county attorney, he has acted as expected that those who spawn such district, to Itls a gcod one. As drink surface or pond water. delude them into the belief reports should do so in secret, and we Hen house cleanings make the best legal adviser to our fiscal court. In A growing pig needs' plenty of room, that he is the only fertilizer for the onion patch. that capacity, he has shown himself now challenge the men who are diffus- temperance candidate while, on but for fattening small quarters are Wide rows and a cultivator In the best. the thoroughly alive to the county's needs, ing these slanderous charges to come other hand he would have the DeoDle garden means less hand work. out in the open and give their names carefully worked, Horses anxious to advance its interests, never Rotation makes use of all the ele- especially should be weather is hot believe, it seems, that Harvey Helm is when the undertaking to make personal profits and not bastardize their own offspring the candidate of all the distillers. ments of plant fryod In the soil. and sultry. out of his position, ever watchful on by refusing to father their mendacious brewers and grog shop The men in the very best time 'to fight weeds is the The best time to cut-th- e utterances. behalf of the tax payers. first day they show their heads well as castrate, Is when the taihvas whole state of Kentucky, and that the lamb Is Mr. Burch's lot is hard enough at As a prosecutor, he has been earnest, a week old. temperance people of the district will above ground. way The surest getting rid of but not vindictive, determined, but not best A cripple since childhood, with have .Extra feed increases the growth of nothing to gain and evervthine moles Is to set one of of the steel spring a proper kind, arid makes larger anioppressive, fearless, yet without the yam ma uany ponton, it would seem i to lose by the traps over their runs. r fault of taking advantage of his office that even those who are ODDosinp- him Just what election of Mr. Helm. mals at maturity. the temperance leaders of in this campaign would deem his suffer Smaller and more frequent plantIf a case of lump jaw develops In to satisfy personal grievance. Time fLincoln county think of this self .seek ings of vegetables will lengthen out the hej;d this summer it should be atand again he has shown signal courage ing enough without adding to it the wounds inflicted by falsehoods. We ing assumption of the distinguished the garden sass season. tended to at once. in performing the duties of his office. A row of parsnips, carrots and salSkimp your sheep on good pasture are confident, however, that snch candidate from Madison, is shown by He has been threatened with political sify planted now will come into good and they will skimp you on mutton. methods will receive thpir proper re- the following statement, signed by the destruction if he persisted in prosecutplay next fall after frost 'Works both ways. Beg, borrow oiT buy all the wood ing certain defendants. Those threats ward. A lie can not live. On the third ministers of Stanford, Mr. Helm's It often takes a number of generahome: ashes you can to use In the garden; tions to thoroughly change the dispomade him but the more determined to of August the voters of this district will pass upon these tactics. To their WHAT TEMPERANCE LEADERS HERE SAY work it well into the soil. see that even handed justice was dealt sition from timidity to quietude. If blossoms appear in the newly set Stanford, Ky., July 22, 1912 out. In the course of his duties, called judgment we confidently submit the Middlings Is a very good feed for We, the undersigned ministers of strawberry beds, pick them off; this swine, but it should not form the enupon to prosecute his friends, he has issue as to whether or not it will be alwill make the plants stronger. tire grain portion of their ration. done so with the same energy that he lowed to blacken a man's character in the christian churches of this city and Cut the clover when a majority of order to affect their suffrage. county, do hereby state that we are Sheep are comfort lovers, arid the uses in the case of a stranger. The the blossoms are turning, and the al- man who neglects to provide them Geo. B. Cooper, Clerk Lincoln coun- perfectly satisfied with the position of falfa when conduct of his office has been marked the new Bhoots start from with good, dry shelter makes a costly the Hon. Harvey Helm upon the ty. by official integrity. the crown. error. bill now pending in ConW. L. McCarty, Sheriff Lincoln counSince admission to the bar, he has Soil taken from a Good sheep require good care to practiced here. He is an attorney who ty, and President State Bank & Trust gress, the passage of which is earnest- alfalfa field and spread on land to be maintain their excellence. Pjoor sheep ly desired by the temperance people. sown to alfalfa la a very good way to are always a burden upon the rest of stands for square deal in his professional Co. J. J. DICKEY, inoculate It relations. If all lawyers were like W. the flock. J. B. Paxton, Attorney and Vice Rotation of crops is one of the simPastor of .the Methodist church. Some people claim that a hog Is a S. Burch, that reproach to the profess- President Lincoln County National J. B. JONES, ple, practical methods of Increasing scavenger by nature, but he certainly ion of law, the shyster, would be un- Bank. the productivity of the farm and dis- thrives better on clean feed and dePastor of the Baptist church. known. If trickery be necessary to W. M. Bright, County Treasurer and tributing labor. cent surroundings. P. L. BRUCE. win a case, then he will lose it; if cer- Cashier Lincoln County National Bank; The most profitable way of marketIndigestion is the cause of more Pastor Presbyterian church. notorious arts and schemes must tain K. S. Alcorn, Attorney. ing grain and fodder is through stock. than half the diseases of horses, and D. M. WALKER, be resorted to in order to obtain a cliThey produce manure, which Is very largely caused by improper food and W. S. Fish,General Insurance. Ninister Christian church. ent, he goes without a client. A litinecessary to the soil. W. 0. Walker, Farmer.' working horses on a full stomach. gant may entrust "his cause to him with E. D. Pennington, Master Commiss- R. R. NOEL, Baptist evangelist. H. F. SURLES, Pastor the confidence that he will strive to ob- ioner. Hurtonville Baptist church. tain for him that hearing which the law W. S. Embry, Deputy Sheriff. W. S. WILLIS, Pastor sanctions and guarantees. More than P. W. Whipp, Druggist Has Helm told you during this Campaign of one Hustdhville Christine church. that he will not do. More than that no W. P. Grimes, Farmer. V honorable man would expect his attorJ. Lu Beazley, Furniture Dealer. bill introduced by him in the National House of Conney to do. J. T. Bingaman, Furniture Dealer. Sne Bennett Memorial ScMol. Certain reports reflecting upon Mr. H. C. Farris, Retired Business Man. Burch as an attorney and as an official, J. Warren Hocker. Retired Business Admittedly one of the very best schools gress? Cast A. Sullivan, a jjour vote for Judge a citizen, are being circulat-edov- Man. as well-ain the State. Five Schools in one. the district It has been statR. L. Porter, Retired Business Man. Uimh V ! U a t fl 1 i n i uigu ctuuui, normal t ed in such reports that he is a gambler; acnooi, waned acnool man who does things and who will be an honor to Ken H. J. McRoberts, Merchant. that he stays in negro dives; that he - A. M, Warren, Attorney. School. of Music, CommerciaJ School. J A r J irres J. C. LEWIS, Prin. has stolen indictments, .and that he .has!W". W CkonL-juanjvo, .n.ktviuejr aim London, Ky. tucky in the National House. -- (Interior Journal) Judge Sullivan, of Richmond, baffled at every turn, in his efforts to win the democrats of the Eighth Congressional district, from their loyalty to Harvey Helm is now putting forth the last ef : fort of a losing candidate and is resor ting to the extreme which is oftentimes calculated to win votes when the people have refused all other claims of a dis credited candidate. He is endeavorinc to ride the temperance sentiment in the Eighth district into congress upon the trumped up allegations that the whiskey people are behind Congressman-Helm, and the further considera sash cord through these pulleys the doors can easily be raised and lowered by one man. We have never had the least trouble with these doors and have always found them safe open or Jr'f "& iff Root-Grinder, sJ lffPJ--- i if' 'K5:s's" C'y'Jripf .. ao ko&ef tad when once stotm-pro- Mrr y ' . '. msfce a tliorouglily ?, '.'A'? which car Iiey cost no more than one- - shut good wood ihingls. and is seme places the coil much ! ss. Excellent Roofs put on 25 years ago ate asfcood as uvt today, aa J have never needed repairs. cylinder (B), which revolves and does the grinding, and another wooden Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. strip (C), fitted with teeth like th cylinder, extends across front side and slides in grooves or small strips at ends of hopper as an adjustable con cave. Teeth may be spikes, heads cut off and the remainder driv: : : en into cylinder, leaving about a half-incprojecting, with ends filed sharp. The distance cylinder teeth are placed When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. apart and position of movable concave, the teeth of which should intersect Good For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered those of the cylinder, will determine the degree of fineness fo which roots may be reduced. The grinder may be I VOTE FOR. made of any desired capaeity. If all its working parts are well made with In Piano Contest. screws and bolts, it will be very durmay be run at high speed. able and a GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES GAPD1EN efi& Live Stock FapiH" Notes cwcj Nofes ht" IP WeLoanMoney mi m i , 1 ),,-.-? vmimim .xs.i i --: dyed-in-the-wo- ol -- e only on securi .3 per cent on ty, we pay time deposits and are always ready and willing to oblige depositors. When you want your banking business attended to in a perfectly satis gilt-edg- t factory manner try an account with this bank. - The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. 1kLmitLXMBJUUaU Notice! Poultry Raisers iPr .y A 11-4- 4 CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, xoxe as nnon- Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry XO CUKE, XO l'ir Mfg. and Guaranteed by Shep-hard-Keny- well-establish- Miss Kabe Bryant. Dar&town. Ky.. Jy for years aoj ttlak it the best "I have Dd Rrope poultry remedy mack. IteuressapesandlimbernecIcvnlhontfaU.' WiMCoomes. Banhtowa. Ky.,sayK "One drop of Reeipe down the toll of a. japinj cniclca lulls the worm aad relieves the chick instantly. Itis the belt preventive 1 have ever used." J. Roht Crume, Bards tewn, Ky. Price 50c at all Druggists. SOLO BY R. E. McRoberts & Son. W. O. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. s er Jerre at I 1 1 at . iW Lancaster, Ky ) . .' r - ryS" 31 y-"-- i . b. c 111 ? 1 ' ' .1111 I II ,i ,i ii .. . , , ill u m& Come Let Us Convince You That Such Values As The Following Can Be Gotten. 15 SEEING Ladies Black Suits. $22.50 t IS BELIEVING Skirts and Coats. one-four- th i ) $27.50 and $40.00 Suits at $32.50 and 35.00 Suits at $25.00 and 30.00 Suits at Great Bargains In $20.00 $18.50 OXFORDS AND SHOES 0 Ten Novelty Spring Suits which can be bought at 50cts on the Dollar. 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. J I Embroidery Flouncings going fast, don't overlook this opportunity to get a nice embroidery dress for little money. ALL SUMMER FABRICS REDUCED. S THE Only Exclusive &r JOSEPH MERCANTILE Ladies Outfitters Lancaster In COMPANY The Fashion Spot. oy. I ain Mowers, Sweep Rakes Gossip About People NNN and HAY STACKERS. Great Labor Savers. Walter A Wood Mowers Gas Engines and Ensilage Cutters. - $40.00. Walter A. Wood Self Dump, Steel Rakes $20.00. Buggies at Cost. J. h3 R. MOUNT, SON & CO. Co J Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance H Attention Farmers. We make a specialty of your needs and write a policy especially adapted for your property. It will pay you to investigate our special- policy. - 3 n -- n to t o o w o KEMPER Garnett Kemper. CB, WOODS, R. G. Woods. 5 PAINT LICK, KY. Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. 09 HARTFORD, Aetna, National Of Hartford. We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. X? W. H. HARRIS, Pres. FAIR Lancaster, Lancaster Colored AUGUST 9th & 10th, '12 V-Pr- es, JAMES HOOD, JAS. B. WILLIAMS,Sec Kentucky. S Take Any Beam from our timber piles. No need to spend time in look ing for good ones. Every stick in the ci pile is sound, seasoni able and straight. You like IRililBil! lAnHili Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting them here. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. Moss have returned to their home in J. Roe Youne: of Lexinerton was horp Jennings-McEIrMiddlesboro after a visit to Miss Len-ni- e for the fair. Miss Roberta Jennings, of our city Moss. Fred P. Frisbie was m Lexington was united in marriage to Harry H. Mr and Mrs W. S. Hill and Mr and .Tuesday on business. McElroy of this city on Tuesday evenMrs C. M. Lutes of Lebanon attended Miss Anuie Fox of Danville is the ing at 5 o'clock at the McElroy home, the fair on Thursday, making the trip guest of the by Eld. A. H. Mahon, in the presence Misses Fox. on motor cycles. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Miss Ella May Hagan of Danville is of relatives of the contracting parties. uoings by Those wt Are Interested In. Misses Amanda Anderson and Mayme The bride is well known here, being The WeU Known visiting Miss Annie Belle Ballard. Walter are at home from the Richa church worker, vocalist and a brilliMr. and Mrs. James Beazley were in ant light in her circle of friends, while mond Normal the latter having taken Mr. T. M. Wilson has returned to a special course in art. Stanford Sunday with Wm. Hays. the groom is one of ouryoung attorneys Cave City. Miss Margaret Turner of Richmond having served as District Attorney, Mrs H. D. Turner and little daughMiss Tansy of Louisville is the guest ter Anna Belle Turner of Cartersville has been visiting Mrs. W. H. and in general practice has been identiWard. of Mrs Sallie Ross Lawson. fied with many cases of prominence. spent several days with Mrs Turner's Misses Ollie and Annie Sam Pherigo ' He, too, is closely identified with the Mr J. R. Mount was in Lexington mother Mrs Belle Austin. Lexington are with Lancaster friends. church work and well and favorably and Frankfort, this week, on business. Mrs. Ethel West Darnold leaves this Mrs. Dr. O'Banrion of Stanford was known all over New Mexico and his W. B. Burton and Dr R. L. Pontius ' week for an enjoyable outing to Wash- - the recent guest of Mrs. W. T. West. many friends are now congratulating are in Harrodsburg attending the Fair. ington City, Old Point Comfort, New Miss Cordie Hamilton of Middlesboro him on the prize he has captured. The York and other places of interest. Miss Anna Davis McRoberts of Stanis with her mother Mrs. Sarah Hamil- News joins in extending congratula- Eyes Glasses tions. Tucumcari (New Mex) News. Mr and Mrs J. Thomas Cherry of ton. ford is the guest of Miss Joan Mount. Miss Jennings is well known in GarCrab Orchard and Judge Homer W. Miss Mabel Mason of Richmond is Misses Annie May and Ellen Walker rard county, having often visited her Batson of Louisville were with Mr have the guest of Misses Fannie and Bettie returned to their home in Rich- aunt, Mrs. A. S. and Mrs R. H. Batson for the fair. Haselden of Bryantsmond. West. a ville. She is an accomplished young Mr Thomsson Arnold and Dr WillMr. Jesse Fox and daughter Miss woman ana Mr Mcelroy is to be Mr and Mrs J, W. Acey of Stanford follow-is- g Fourteen Years Experience. Mary Lynn Fox are in Somerset visitwere visitors in Lancaster the past iam Burnett will motor to the places for a visit, Lexington, ing week. I am now at Lancaster and will relatives. Frankfort and Washington county. Patrons Of Lancaster Graded School. remain until Miss Margaret Goosman of Richmond Mrs. Sadie Chairs Davis of Jackson The many friends of Mr J. A. RobinThe Lancaster Graded and High was Miss Elsie Zimmer's guest fair ville, Florida is here for a stay with son of Boyle county will be glad to week. Schools will begin some Monday in Miss Sallie Elkin. September. Rooms have been and Office. Hospital Bldg. Lancaster, Ky Miss . Jennie Lawrence is spending a know he is recovering from his recent Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Denman of will be rented for this purpose. The week with her sister Mrs Willie D. accident from being thrown from his Nicholasville were with Mr. and Mrs. inconveniences horse. resulting from the Gooch. Alex West during the fair. scattered condition of the pupils will Mr and Mrs Fred Sutton of LexingMiss Edna Louise Shriver of IndianJudge Homer W. Batson came down require close of parents, apolis is visiting Misses Rella and Mary ton, Miss Ruth Waller of Louisville and Miss Flossie Mae Sutton were all with from Louisville aud was the guest of teachers and pupils. The scheduled Arnold. and contracted time for the building to Mr and Mrs J. E, Dickerson for the his father during the fair. Mr and Mrs Wm Hamon of Cynthi-an- a Lancaster fair. Miss Helen Thurman has returned to oa"uai.xo"1: . TT are with Elder and Mrs F. M. the excavation for the THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1912. . If Miss Angie Kinnaird entertained at ner nome in iiorse uave after a visit Tinder. basement you will no doubt be sur at 2 o'clock, p. m. "Luncheon Bridge" Monday morning to Mrs. U. D. Simpson and daughter. prised at the proposed magnitude of Judge Lewis L. Walker and wife the honoree being Mrs Boyd WinchesI will Sell my Farm at Public Sale Mrs. vears left Saturday for a weeks stay at Crab ter Phillips of Lebanon, Miss Margerite nome Luther Foly returned to her i the new buildinsr. I have in late located in Garrard County four and in Lexington Tuesday after a i visuea most oi me smaller towns oi Orchard. lf Kinnaird's guest. miles from Lancaster on the Visit to Misses Martha and Sallie t. the state and I assure you from what Sugar Creek pike, containing ICG ' Misses Lennie Moss and mother are Miss Joan Mount was hostess for a I have observed in them you will have acres, improvements consist of two in Richmond visiting Mr and Mrs Silas morning bridge party Tuesday in honor Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie gave an elabo- nothing to be ashamed of in the new story frame dwelling in good repair, W. Moss. of Mesdames George A. McRoberts of rate 6 o'clock dinner Wednesday to a building, a few pupils have not made 1 Tobacco barn 120x40 ft. and other Miss Bessie Brown is at home after Covington and Mrs 1 nomas Mosby few guests. The "menu" was served any provision for the "conditions" improvements. hanging over their work of the past in courses. a pleasant visit of two week to friends Wilson of Cave City. Thi3 is a very productive Farm all in year. This must be attended to bein Shelbyville. Miss Kathleen Walter gave a 6 o'clock Misses Nancy and Virgina Goodloe grass but 40 acres, fine for Wheat, fore you can go higher. The removal Mr. and Mrs J. Roe Young of Mays-vill- e dinner Friday evening for Miss Edna have returned to their home in Spring-fiel- k of these "conditions" rests with the Tobacco, Corn, Bluegrass and Clover. after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. pupil. Easy and made known are the guests of Mr. and Mrs Kavanaugh's guests'.the Misses Walkers If the load is too great it would onTERMS: sale. For of Richmond and for her recent guest 0. Goodloe. day of W. G. Anderson. futher informabe better to go over the past year.s Miss Mast of Little Rock, Ark. Misses Margaret McMurry of Shelbv work in the same clas3 next year. I tion write me. Miss Virginia Bourne will go to DanN. H. BOGIE, 376 S. Upper St. Mr. w. l Williams ana iamuy ar- North Carolina, and Mary Elizabeth would be glad to see any prospective ville where she will take treatment rived last week and are for the present Shepherd of Cincinnati are guests of pupils and talk over the year's work. Lexington, Ky. from Dr. Rawson. I. M. Dunn Auct. domiciled with the Misses Gill on Stan- Miss Lillian Cofhran. Yours truly. iurs JMien uettes leit rueseay tor a ford Ave. They will remain in LanJ. L. Riley. Mrs Dr. Burnett and little Cassie visit to her daughter, Mrs. Jesse caster during the heated period. May Burnett are the guests of Miss Arnold of Frankfort. Deserved Compliment. Miss May Elenor Mast of Little Rock Lucy Arnold and sister in Benton HarMisses Mary Miller of Richmond and YOUU END IT IN THIS COLUMN. The Herald and Presbyter, a relig-eobor Mich., while Dr Burnett is visiting Belle Denny of Stanford are visiting Ark., who has been with Miss Kathleen paper published at Cincinnati, 0., Walters has returned to the Crab Or- relatives in Shelbyville. Miss Katie Lee Denny. has the following complimentary no chard Springs. She was accompanied Miss Rella Arnold will leave the first The younger set enjoyed an evening to the popular summer resort by Miss of next week for an outihg to Benton tice of one of our local pastors:- at Kings Mills Saturday when they Walter for a weeks stay. "nev Li. Connor crown is moving Harbor Mich, she will join Mrs. Wm. held a moonlight picnic. A few mowing machines very cheap things in his field. The work of the Mr John Marrs of Richmond, Mr and Burnett and daughter who are guests Lancaster Church, of which he is a this week. W. J. Romans. Mrs Samuel Higgins and daughter Mrs J. Hogan Ballard of Bryantsville at that delightful summer resort. pastor is a marvel in the spirit ot Miss Willie Higgins of Somerset are and Mrs Boyd W inchester Phillips, of For Sale Six Registered Southdown and devotion to the Master's with Lancaster relatives. Bucks. Lebanon were guests during the fair R. L. Elkin. Card Of Thanks. cause. Mr Brown has a watchful eye Mrs H. B. Arnold and children of of Mrs Ada Kinnaird and daughter, for every opportunity of doing good, n Lancaster and Crab To the host of friends who were so and this, coupled Paris spent the past week with her Miss Margurite Kinnaird. with an untiring ener- Orchard Springs a light tan coat with attentive and kind to my dear wife in gy does things. About three month mother Mrs Belle Austin. belt. Return to this office for reward. The following ones attended an en- her recent illness, and to me in my ago he took up the work at Harmony Misses Lucile Farra and Nancy Robb joyable house party at the home of I desire to extend my heart- Church in connection with his Lancas Rock bottom prices on harness for of Jessamine were with Hon and Mrs Mrs Richard Burton, Miss Waller of felt thanks and to assure them that ter work, going there once a month. thirty days. W. J. Romans. John M. Farra for the fair. Louisville, Miss Coyle of Madison, Miss their kindly ministrations were apprecTwo month ago he organized a Sab- L0ST:-bunch of keys think they were M. Layton the well known Miles of Buckeye and Miss Mattie iated and will never be forgotten. James bath school at Linden Dale schoolhouse lost near Citizen Bank, return to this live stock man of Cincinnati was the Adams of Lancaster. M. C. Eason. three and miles from Harmony officer guest of friends here last week. Mrs M. K. Denny gave a dinner FriThey now have an enrollment of 117 L0ST:-0- n the Buckeye Pike between Since God in His infinite wisdom has and an average attendence of eighty-fivMr and Mrs Wm Murphy and family day for her cousins the Misses Walkers of Lincoln county were with Mrs U. D. of 'Richmond; and Saturday she served seen fit to remove from us one of our He also has a fine Sabbath school A. W. Kavanaughs and Lancaster a Simpson for the Lancaster Fair. an elaborate course dinner for Miss members. We, as a Sunday School at Antioch schoolhouse, three and one- - ladies white serge coat. Finder please return to this office. following resolutions. half miles from Lancaster. Miss Anna and Mary Noel and Mrs. Katie Lee Denny and guests, Miss offer the Be it resolved: This school has an enrollment of nineGertrude Parks of JDanville were visi- Miller of Richmond and Denny of Don'tJ miss the great 1st That in the death of Andrew ty and an average attendance of fifty. buggies for thirty days. bargains on tor at the Lancaster fair Thursday. Burke, the church has lost one of her The superintendent is a woman who is W. J. Romans. Dr. Ira Denman and family of India- most f aithfnl, loyal and intelligent sons Miss Ida Potts has returned to Cinconsecrated to her work. Mr. Brown na, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Denman and The community a polite, manly and nocinnati after a stay of several weeks has recently closed a very successful children, Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. ble boy. One, in whom the promises with her sister Mrs Davis Prather. meeting at Harmony. He had open-ai- r Denman and Mr. Wm. Knight of of hope, love and youth were about to services and the meeting continued for Mrs Wm Sesbastian and daughter Nicholasville were all guests of Mrs. be fulfilled. The home, darkened by ten days. Thirty-fiv- e made profession money. Miss Pearl Sebastian have been visit- Henly V. Bastin for the Lancaster the loss of the first-bor- n son. The of faith and there were fifteen accessing Mrs J. P, Prather and daughters: fair. father's pride, the joy and comfort of ions to the Haimony Church on profess I represent the Knoxville Nursery Co Misses Corinne Noel of Lexington Rev. Henry Faulconer and family the mother, the loving companion of ion and thirteen of these were baptized of Tenn, I can supply you with high and Mattie Belle Thomas of La Grange are with Mr and Mrs W. B. Mason for the sister and brothers. grade flowers, shrubs, rhubarb, asparwere recent guest of Mr. D. A. Thomas. the summer. Rev. Faulconer will- go 2ond. That in the sudden taking agus, roses, vines, all kinds' of ornaaway of Andrew we bow in dazed grief Joseph Ballou and sister Miss Lucile to Hillsboro, 0., on August 11th where questioning, not the wisdom of the mental and fruit trees. I solicit your Ballou of Stanford were the guest of he will introduce Hon. William J. Heavenly Father, "Who doeth all Garrard Circuit Court. orders for fall delivery. Phone 2C0 Mr and Mrs Ed C. Gaines during the Bryan, who is scheduled to address the things well." We extend to the be- Alice" Walker, Plaintiff. Jas. A. Royston, Agent. Chautauqua meeting which opens in fair. Vs Notice reaved father and mother sister and that city on that date. brothers our heart felt sympathy in J. B. Walker et al, Defendants. Mrs. Thomas B. Robinson has returnAnnouncement cards have been re- this their hour of sadness. All persons having claims against the ed a two weeks stay at Dry Rridge Sanitarium and in is much improved in ceived here reporting the arrival of a 3rd. That a copy of these resolutions partnership of T. B. Walker and J. B. little daughter Margerite Eula McCue be sent to the Central Record, one to Walker (firm composed of the partners health. at the home of Mr and Mrs James the family and a copy to be spread on T. B. Walker, deceased and J. B. WalJames I. Hamilton Jr. has returned McCue at their home in Trinidad, Colo the minutes of the Sunday School. ker) will present same to the underfrom Leavenworth "Kas. where he has R. K. Swope, Supt, rado. The baby's mother was the at signed properly proven on or before been serving an enlistment in the U. tractive Miss Jenne West Mrs. G. B. Roso, Teacher, of HarrodsAugust 18th: 1912. Witness this day S. Army. burg who frequently visited Miss Katie Mrs. E. H. Ballard, Teacher, July 24, 1912. W. H. BROWN, Mrs J. T. Evans and Miss Gertrude Simpson. Miss Eliza M. Ison, Teacher. Master Com Gar Circuit Court. Specialist. Dr. J. J. Byrne Optician. 1 If' ' Tested. Fitted Kryptok Bifocals Specialty. . August 17th. Public Sale. .. ZT one-ha- Til-let- 2-- 10 I us J ben-efien- ce LosT:-Betwee- A one-ha- lf e. Please call in and settle your account. ;Weneed the Rella Arnold. - Notice. o f;- i. ,U i as',.-t- ' . s&tT& . S .v', J?w. ? .: fr - 4- ". . COME TO THE OLD FASHIONED - COUNTY 81, FAIR AT STANFORD s!fs Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. Knights of Pythirs, AUGUST ! B. F. HUDSON, President. AND Fair A Success Beyond All Expectations. 38 23, . 1912 . For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. Kentucky Fair Dates. &' Saddle Class tory. ECONOMY STEAM. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1883. I'&e P Citizens National Bank OP LANCASTER, KY. . 4 CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. Rigney, SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Arnold, Directors. Lewis L. Walker, C. A. SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Aug 1 1th. $1.50 IfijBPffl $1.50 Round Trip Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. J HOUSEHOLD CARES. Tax The Woman Of Lancaster As Elsewhere. The Same Hard to attend to household duties With a constantly aching back. A woman should not have a bad back, And she seldom would if the kidneys were well. Doan's Kidney Pills are endorsed by thousands. Have been used in kidney trouble over 50 years. Read what this Lancaster woman says: Mrs. H. G. Crutchfield. Stanford St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "My little boy aged six years was greatly troubled by his back and kidneys. He did not have proper control over the kidney secretions which caused no end of annoyance. The child also looked badly and I was considerably worried about his health, I heard of Doan's Kidney Pills and got a box and began giving them to him according to directions. He is now a great deal better in every way. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Co., Buffalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n New York, sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. . 1-- m FOR THE BDENA VISTA Mrs Jesse Rogers is on the sick list. Mr and Mrs Tom Lane of Danville were recent visitors at J. F. Rubles. Miss Florence Williams of Louisville is visiting Mrs Tracy and other friends. Rev Simpson of Burgin is conducting a meeting at Lindendale school house. The Misses Abbott from near were week end guests Law-renceburg CENTRAL at J. W. Scotts. Miss Ruth Lane was the guest of Miss Martha Munday near Harrods-bur- g last week. Mr and Mrs H. S. Christopher were called to Lexington by the illness of Mrs Christopher's father. Miss Jennie Skinner visited friends at Harrodsburg last Wednesday and attended the reception given the teachers of Boyle and Lincoln Co. The farm and household goods of Wm. Christopher deceased was sold at public auction RECORD last Wednesday, A. T. Scott Auctioneer. The farm was purchased by H, C. Rubble at $89.85 per acre. STOP SCALP ITCH Ne3. ef Scalp Dis- Daadraff awl Every Fern ease Cured Quick by Zemo. is simply wonderful how Zemo goes after dandruff. You rub a little of it in with the tips of the fingers. It gets right down into the glands, stimulates them, stops the itch, and makes the head feel fine. No, it isn't sticky! Zemo is a fine, clear, vanishing liquid. You don't have to even wash your hands after using Zemo, And what a "wonder it is for eczema, rash, pimples trial and all skin'afflictons. A bottle at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Drug Store, is guaranteed to stop any skin irritation. , Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose Med. 25-ce- nt It $1.00 A YEAR Shortly afterward the engineer no- 12- -6 days. Fern Creek. August 13 4 days. ticed that the engine was slowing down. Calling to the boiler room, he Burkcsville. August 134 days. inquired of Pat how much steam he Leitchfield, August 13- -4 days. had on. Vanceburg, AugusM4 4 days. "01 have a hundred and forty-folvBrodhead, August 143 days. the weather during the progress of the Champion Class pounds, sorr," answered the new fireHardinsburg, August 203 days. fair was ideal for farm work. The ex- 42 Foal 1912 either sex, shown to hand man. Shepherdsville, August 204 days. hibitions were never surpassed in the "Why, man I told you we had to AlJ. H. Murphy, Lincoln, 1st. Lawrenceburg, August 204 days. history of a Lancaster fair, and there len Edelen, Burgin, 2d Mrs. have 165 pounds to run." Columbia, Ausust 204 days. was hot contention for every premium. "Niver moind that," waa the cheerLowndes 3d. ful answer. "Use what ye have got, Erlanger, August 21 days. Below will be found a list of the Model Class. an' whin that's gone 0111 have more Stanford, August 213 days. winners: 43 Stallion, mare or gelding any age, for ye." Everybody's. Eminence, August 224 days. 1st DAY. - Ewing, August 22- -3 days. shown to hand. Mat Cohen 1st, A Reasonable Explanation. Mules. Shelbyville, August 274 days. Ray & Son 2d. "Well, my little man, have you any Hodgenville, August 273 days. 1 Horse mule under 1 yr. Harris & Fine Harness Class little brothers?" London, August 274 days. Woods, Stanford. "No." 44 Stallion, mare or gelding any age Nicholasville, Aug 273 days. 2 Mare mule under 1 yr. Ed. & N. B. "And little sisters?" Edgar Doty 1st, Mat Cohen 2d. Fulton, August 27 5 days. Price, 1st, W. S. Embry 2d. "No." ' Champion Class, Roadster Germantown, August 284 days. 3 Horse mule 1 yr and under 2 Har "Aren't you sorry?" Dover, August 284 days. "No." ris & Woods 1st. J. H. Woods 2d. 45 Stallion, mare or gelding any age. Springfield, August 28- -4 days. "Why aren't you sorry?" Mack Hughes 1st. Burton & Pon4 Mare mule 1 yr and under 2 Ed and " 'Cause a box of strawberries Is Florence, August 284 days. tius 2d, Abe Coleman, HarrodsJ. B. Price 1st, Harris & Woods hardly enough to go round In our Franklin, August 293 duys. 1d. 3d Ray & Son 4th. burg fambly now." Somerset, September 4 4 days. 5 Mule under 1 yr, either sex Harris Flizabethtown, Sept. 3- -3 days. THIRD DAY & Wood3 1st and 2d. A GOOD GUESS. Paris. Sept. days. 6 Mare and mule foal Harris & Woods 46 Mare and foal 1912, Mrs. Lowndes Tornpkinsville, Sept, days. 1st and 2d. 1st, Allen Edelen 2d W. II. MurBarboursville, Sept. days. phy 3d. Saddu: Class. Bardstown, Sept, days. Saddle Class. Sanders, 7 Mare or gelding 1 yr and under 2 Fair, Sept 4 4 days. Walter Walker, Stanford 1st. 47 Stallion 1 yr and under 2, W. 0. Monticello, September 34 days. Walker. Grimes Beasley, Stanford 2d. Kentucky State Fair, Sept. 8 Mare or gelding 2 yrs and under 3, 48 Stallion 2 yrs and under 3 Ray and days Melbourne, Sept, 175 days. Son 1st W. H. Murphy 2d. P. W. Ray & Son., Bowling Horse Cave, Sept, 184 days. Green 1st, Bernard Hays Nichol-asvill- e 49 Stallion 3 yrs and under 4 Mat Co Morgantown, September 193 days. hen 1st, Edgar Doty 2d. 2d. 9 Mare or gelding 3 yrs and under 4, Falmouth, Sept, 24- -4 days. Roadster Class Glasgow. Sept, 254 days. Bernard Hays. 50 Mare or gelding 3 yrs and under Adairville, Sept. 263 days. Harness Class Ponies, (Shetland) 4 Forest Stapp 1st, B. H. b Bowling Green, Ky, October 2 2d. 10 Fastest pony to be driven by boy 4 days. Saddle Class. under 15, Glass Carrier 1st, MorMurray, Oct. days. gan Baughman. Stanford 2d. 51 Gelding 4 yrs and over Ray & Son Elkton, Oct, 3- -3 days. 11 Mare and foal at side, Dan Elkin Mayfield, October 94 days. 1st, S. L. Burke 2d. 1st, John McRoberts 2d. Combined Class. Phaeton Pony 15 Hands And Under 52 Stallion any age Ray & Son 1st, Mat Cohen 2d. 12 Mare or gelding any age Harris & for Record Miranda I saw you with a gentle53 Foal 1912 shown to hand, Garrard Woods 1st, P. W. Ray & Son. 2d. man In an auto last night. I only saw county, M. H. Johnbon. one of his arms. Did he only one? Harness Class. Saddle Class, Three Gaited. Myrtella The other was around 13 Stallion 1 yr and under 2 Walter 54 Mare or gelding any age, Mrs. somewhere, I guess! Walker. Indian Killed On Track. Lowndes 1st, Ray & Son 2d. A Painful Ordeal. Pony Class. Roadster Class When Tltephlst turns a dollar loose Near Rochelle. 111., an Indian went 14 Fastest pony any age Earl Taylor, 55 Stallion any age Cohen 1st, Ray & He never wears a smile; to sleep on a railroad track and was Just hates to see It put to use Son. 2d. Danyille 1st, Dan Elkin 2d T. S. killed by the fast express. He paid And grumbles all the while. Hendren 3d. plantation class, limited to county for his carelessness with his life. Of56 Mare or gelding any age age T. B. His Resolve. ten its that way when people neglect Mule Race. "Pa, I am going to marry William." coughs and colds. Don't risk your life Robinson 1st, John Walker 2d. 15 Chas Pollard 1st, Jack Floyd 2d. "Then you'll make a bad bargain." when prompt use of Dr. King's New Harness Class. "But I want him. Tomorrow he is Harness Class. 57 Mare or gelding 3 yr and under 4 coming and I am going to send him to Discovery will cure them and so prevent a dangerous throat orlung trouble. 16 Mare or gelding 2 yr and under 3 Abe Coleman 1st Bernard Hays 2 you." Ray & Son 1st, Hugh Tarkington 58 Gelding 4 yrs and over S. L. Burke "If you do, I'll treat him as I have "It completely cured me, in a short time, ot a terrible cough that followed to do the rest of your bargains." Boyle county 2d. , 1st, Ray& Son 2d. a severe attack of Grip," writes J. R. "How's that, pa?" 17 Mare or gelding 4 yrs or over Ed 59 Mare 4 yrs and over Bernard Hays Watts, Floydada, Tex., "and I gained "I'll foot your Bill." gar Doty Richmond 1st, fc. K. 1st, Mat Cohen 2d. 15 pounds in weight that I had lost." Rogers, Danville 2d. Champion Class, Five Gaited Quick, safe, reliable and guaranteed. Tough on Willie. Saddle Class 60 Stallion, mare or gelding any age "George," said her husband's wife, 50c and SI. 00. Trial bottle free at R. Mrs. Lowndes (Ky Choice) 1st. "i don't believe you have smoked one E. McRoberts & Son. 18 Stallion 4 yrs and over Mrs. R. K. lm Mat Cohen 2d Ray & Son 3d of those cigars I gave you on your Lowndes, Danville, Ky Choice, birthday." Mack Hughes 4 th. 1st Ray & Son. Maj. Dare, 2d. PAINT L1UK. "That's right, my dear," replied his Harness Class. High Acting Harness Class. wife's husband. "I'm going to keep 19 Mare or gelding any age, cobbed or 61 Stallion 4 yrs and over Edgar Doty them until our Willie wants to learn Mrs. Treadway of Heidleburg has 1st Quinn Davis 2d. to smoke." docked, Mat Cohen Lexington 1st been the guest of her son Dr. Lucian Roadster Class. Ray & Son 2d. Treadway. Unreasonable, 20 Pair any age regardless of sex or 62 Mare or gelding any age, Burton & Mr. Hubert Griggs of Richmond "You are unreasonable," declared color Ray & Son, 1st, M. Weis" Pontius 1st, B. H. Holcomb 2d. spent Friday night and Saturday with the physician, inger, Danville 2d. No 63 was the "Baby Ring" which was "Why so, Doc?" his aunt Mrs. I. C. Rucker. shown immediately after dinner on the "You stuff yourself with twenty Mrs. Dan Burchell has returned SECOND DAY. third day, and in which there was five kinds of rich food, and then kick befrom several weeks stay with her Mules. entries, first prize going to Mrs. R. C. cause you have to take two kinds ol daughter Mrs. Arthur Bottner. medicine." 21 Horse mule 2 and under 3 yrs, R. Brewer, nee Miss Alice Walker, of Miss Jane Terry entertained the B. Woods 1st. Harris & Woods Tulsa Okla and second prize to Mrs. young folks last Saturday night in Walter 0. Walker of Stanford. Stopped Him. 2d. "How's that girl whose face you honor of her visitor Miss Mason. 22 Mare mule 2 and under 3 yrs. R. B. said was like a picture?" Misses Nellie and Louese Rice have Woods 1st, Harris & Woods 2d. "I called on her just last night. I had for their guests Misses Zelie Rice 23 Horse mule any age, Gentry & intended to propose." and Nannie Mae Davidson of RichThompson Lexington 1st, Harris "And did you?" & Woods 2d. "No, her face was too much like a mond. Mrs. Willie Ralston of Lancaster 24 Mare mule any age Harris & Woods negative." has returned home after a visit to 1st, Gentry & Thompson 2d. Mrs. Sam Henderson and Mrs. Geo. 25 Pair of mules any age Harris & THREE STRIKES. Conn. Woods 1st, Gentry & Thompson "I refused to be operated i hjMJU"1 One of the sadest deaths that has 2d. on, the morning I heard 26 Stable of mules four or more Har occured here in a long lime was that about Cardui," writes Mrs. ris & Woods 1st, Gentry & of Mrs. George Treadway. She was Elmer Sickler, of Terre Thompson 2d. taken seriously ill Monday morning and all that the Physicians, family and Haute, Ind. "I tried CarHarness Class. friends could do was of no avail, she dui, and it helped me 27 Mare or gelding 1 yr and under 2 died Tuesday night, is survived by her greatly. Now, I do my own Edgar Doty, Madison Co. 1st. W. bereaved husband and two daughters, washing and ironing." 0. Walker 2d. Miss Nettie of this place and Mrs. Tom Logston of Berea who have the Combined Class, Five Gaited. E63 sympathy of the community, Mrs. 28 Mare or gelding any age Mat Co Treadway was a faithful member of hen 1st, Ray & Son 2d. the Methodist church, a good christian Take Fancy Turnout under 46 inches neighbor and friend and beloved by all. Funeral servises were held at the 29 Stallion, mare or gelding any age, methodist church by the Pastor and Dan Elkin 1st, Glass Carrier 2d. Tonic burial at old Paint Lick Cemetery. 30 Mare or gelding any age M. S. Baughman 1st,- Miss Carrie Belle Cardui is a mild, tonic e 1 The eighth annual exhibition of the Lancaster Fair has passed into history Runabout Class. and the last meeting fully equalled, if not excelled, any previous meeting, and 39 Mare or gelding any age Mat Co taking into consideration the limited hen 1st, Ray & Sqn 2d.' amount of time devoted to getting it 40 Stallion, mare or gelding 2 yrs and up, it was really a marvel in the way under 3 Logan Burke, county, of a fair. The attendence, while be1st. Aivy Adams 2d. ing splendid, and which enabled the Fancy Driving Class. promoters to clear quite a tidy sum, 41 Mrs. R. T. Lowndes 1st. Quinn was somewhat interfered with by the Davis 2d. fact that the season was backward and Mare 4 yrs and over Mat Cohen 1st An Irishman, Just landed, secured Ray & Son 2d. a position as fireman in a large fachim In his new duties, saying: "To run our engine we require 165 pounds of steam; you can always tell how much steam you have by looking at this gauge." The chief engineer Instructed I Taylorsville, August days. Uniontown, August days. I Winchester, August 74 days. tocooooooeoooooooooooeoeooeoeooo Danville, August days. Mt. Vernon, Ausust 7 3 days. Vorsailles, August days. Lexington -- Bluegrass Fair, August 0.WO0ftOOOCOO3O00OKCI 64 65 73 73 ooo$ Dr. D. F. Smith Physician & Surgeon. PHONE NO 219. Hos- Office on Danville Street in the pital Building. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. a Dr. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky Olliice urn Mowers of QUALITY. . 35 Ware McRoberts. & 44 43 1 1 Tri-Count- y Right Is Right So go to the right place for an Uu-To-D- s 96 HAIR CUT and SHAVE For the Fair The Old Reliable Barber. HENRY DUNCAN Richmond Street. Hol-colm- 24 W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. Subscribe ha-v- e J. W. SWEENEY LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. KENTUCKY LANCASTER. Office Hours 3 a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to J. Office over Stormea' Drag Swre B. H. IE1. 'WAJLTttR. Lancaster, Ky. DENTIST. Phone 65. d. TINSLEY, PHOXE County Surveyor. Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. Lancaster, Kentucky. U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. DR. Wm. BURNETT Plwsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6 Saved! .1 f ii H. J. PATRICK, All "Work Guaranteed. Dentist. Paint Lick, . lMS-tf- Kentucky. Registered Jersey Bull Foxy Alex 103717. Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two miles from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike R. E. HENRY. The Woman's Romans 2d. Best foal of 1912, Dan Elkin 1st, Glass Carrier 2d. 32 Stallion any age, M. S. Baughman 31 IN 33 1st Robt. Dunn Danville 2d. Mare or gelding any age Glass Car rier 1st, J. Embry Stanford Plantation Class. S. 2d " 34 35 Guy Hundley, Danville 1st. John icine Co., St Louis Mo., and is regularly sold by druggists at $1 a bottle. Bat to prove what it will do at trifling expense, Zemo is now put up in 25-ce- nt Walker 2d. Best young lady rider, Miss Jose phine Moss Nicholasville. tnai'bottles. ADVANCE. -- Harness Class. 36 Stallion 2 yrs and under 3 Burton & Pontius 1st Edgar oty 2d. remedy, purely vegetable, and acts in a natural man-nerthe delicate, womanly constitution, building up strength, and toning up the nerves. In the past 50 years, Cardui has helped more than a million women. 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