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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 9, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912080901_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 9, 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. i r THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT -- --f TWENTY THIRD YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1912. Mr. George Smith Sr. is making an A Little Diligence May See Other attractive addition to his Danville street Changes. residence, this with three new and hand G. P. A. Now. some residences adjoining it and with The.contestants .have again changed George B. Harris of Birmingham splendid concrete walks recently put positions, the old leader again assumstopped over here Sunday and Monday down,brings Danville street into strong for a visit to his parents, Judge and cempetion with the other handsome ing her position. But this should not discourage anyone, for she has been Mrs E. W. Harris. George is now streets of Lancaster.' dislodged once and may be again. Go Traveling Passenger Agent for the Dave Walker drove down on last Sunday from the Spitler "Sanatorium at $25,000. Paid By Banks Hudson For Crab Orchard and spenfthe day with his parents Mr and Mijrs J. J. Walker. Danville Business Property. Aside from looking a! little thin, Dave Banks Hudson has taken possession appears in much better health, and it of the Cogar Property near the depot strikes us forciably ihat a man just in Danville, for which he recently gave emerging from a fouteen day fast, as testants $25,000. Mr. Hudson has announced Dave has, would naturally be a Jittle LANCASTER DISTRICT. his intention of at once putting in sev- thin. Mary Eliza Holtzclow 332,258 eral new lines in order that he may Mae Powell 316,254 keep his force busy the year round. Work Progressing. -:- NUMBER 18. We have been ask by the pastor to announce that there will be no preaching at the Baptist church Sunday. Improvements on Danville Street. Contestants Again Exchange Position And We can save you MONEY on a Lamf an 1 k A iv& - SfimsffiwAfisPAim&Vmmis , BUGGY and Wabash, one of the largest railroads in the country, and has his headquaters at Birmingham. Dave Walker Improving. out after that additional 5000 votes offered as a bonus and as many more as you can get with it, and with the coming of another count, you may see a complete change in the line up. Not so very much more time in which to work, so you had better make hay while the sun shines. Following is the standing of the con- If Your House Needs Painting use s. w. 1J. n,:niLy0U!ih0.,iSe' pointing, r or buIldIngs of any sort, need put itarai Now-t- his off. spring- -is the HA RNESS I Wheat Threshing. They Must Go. Come and Look over our Wheat threshing in the county is well under way and the output is Drov ing fully up to expectations in quality, and the yield is much better than was expected, a 17 acre field of Mr. W. M. Mahan near town yeilded 28 bushels to the acre, and as fine quality of grain as is ever raised in this county. Many other crops in the county of which we have heard yielded 25 bushels to the acre. Noticibly Absent. The work on the new Graded School building is progressing rapidly, the foundation already to show above the ground. The foundation is of a splen did quality of stone .hewn from the cliffs of Dix river near the iron bridge, and the part which shows above the grown will be nicely cut and pointed and will present a handsome appearance. The "Garrard county marble" found in the river clifffl is of the very best quality for building purposes and a house built upon it for a foundation will surely be as solid as the rock of ages. Dove Season Approaching. Kate Ham Katie Mae Dickerson, Alline Thomas Jennie Cox Lillian Estes Sallie Anderson Lillie Croucher Beulah Mae Beazley 251.240 222,504 111,693 85,115 60.338 50,315 32,150 25,500 BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. Osa Coulter 348,975 Mary Ellen Farley 290,975 Lucy Campbell b lossa May Teater Rella Ruble Mary Belle Halcomb Ollie Crawford Flora Ruble Blanche Stone 245,250 213.250 209,550 198,200 181.925 171.800 r. . .147,025 141,900 132.665 129,050 125,600 108,550 54,600 54,500 51,200 the weather, damp, and so on, will outhnt by a building that is .uj, allowed to go unpalmed or painted. It is much belter business to save the you have than buy a new one. And beside, buildinz painted budding, are much pleasanter to livethis, well and bring a much higher price if you should want in, sell to than dingy, unpainted buildings. ' at thn "".?,' PaintInS. fig"" the number of square a gallon will cover, and how long it will last, not what the paint costs a gallon. Don't simply figure what it costs to- - paint your house or Barn, but What it costs to keep it painted year in and 3 ear out. " m4 of the raw materials L obtainable.and will prove more econom- v.ui -- nuBausiaciory to tne man who pays the bill than either hand mixed lead and oil "ehc-ior the d paint." We are agents tor I Paint.Prepared l&.W.r.J Come in and J we will be glad to dis-- f cuss the paint and var nish question With you. pS .Jl? 7'? Ty ready-mixe- bt ed Sherwin-Willia- irfea & Jtl stock of HARDWARE. You will be surprised. Our Motto-Li- ve, & Let Live. The "August Election" in the olden times usuallv ushered in the first home watermelons and new cider and ginger cake of the season and almost every shady corner sheltered a "cider and ginger bread stand" of some old colored "mammy", wjio dispensed her wares and her politeness with equal hand, but alas how times do change, nowadays there is neither ginger bread or cider to be had, and if the wayfare becomes thirsty, it will go unslaked until he is able to run his head into a wayside spring on the homeward journey unless- he has provided himself with a drinking cup. Danville Fair This Week. The season when doves are most plentiful is approaching and as the hemp acreage is 'somewhat above the average, the hunters are heralding its cutting with keen anticipation. The open season for doves begins on the 15th. Hunters should bear this fact in mind, as well as the fact that they must not be caught with a gun unless they can produce a hunters lincense. The game laws are not going to be as lax in the future as they have been in the past, and the investment of a small sum in a hunters license may save a much larger sum for a violation of the game laws. A word to the wise is sufficient. A Good Move. Ethel Onstott Clodie Speaks Maggie Norris Ophelia Montgomery Annie Osborne Mattie Scott Lela Barnett Nancy Johnson HASELDEN BROTHERS. CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. Mrs. Dave Newland 464,605 Lillian Garner 415,380 Mrs. Dove Garner 396,872 Mamie Holman 345,238 Susie Butt 270,650 You can get CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. &&&&$3 The big Danville Fair is in progress this week and is bigger and better than n many years. Years ago the Danville Fair was a gala day in all Central Kentucky, one of the biggest and best, both from its attractiveness and in attendance, in the state. However, for some reason interest waned in the Fair in Boyle county and for many years Eva Fletch Ida Lee Campbell Cecil Garner Mahala Howard Hattie Bogie they failed to have a Fair, but of late years it has revived and now is fast coming back to its old time self. Lancaster people are liberal patrons of the Danville Fair, and this year is no exception to the rule. r . " i Officials of the Bureau of Plant Industry are trying to impress upon farmers the necessity for proper preservation of seed corn and are already laying out plans for spreading the gospel of good seed so that when autumn comes more farmers wilt- become educated iothis new idea. Last year extensive tests conducted by the officials of the Bureau with the aid of farmers, showed that good seed preservation increased .production to the extent of 5 bushels to the acre. The results are similar to those of other seasons in other localities and demonstrate that as a savings bank the seed corn rack returns a large interest on the investment. Bird Protection. Bertha Rogers Bessie Reynolds Nell Davis Sale Of City Property. 262,040 176,316 156.800 52.728 51,870 40,594 39,690 2,742 Buggies Hughes & Swinebroad sold for W. Carrier his handsome residence on Danville Street to Mrs. Sallie McCor-mac- k for $4250.00. Possession October 1st. Mr. Carrier will move to the new residence he built on the same street. S. Who Can Beat It. Mrs. Mose Miller haa- - on exhibition Your Jg . Account I Was Due July 1st I need the Money badly, to meet my obligations. v If your account is not settled at once, I shall place SAME For COLLECTION. Lancaster. Mr. Robert Elkin made an ideal Sec retary and through his efforts a laree show of stock was on hand. The crowds, although good, were not as big as they might have been had the fair been held a few weeks later. Farmers Home Journal. May She See As Many More. All bird lovers will rejoice that a bill ordinary family. has been reported favorably to Con- Mr. Steve Walker To Move To Town. gress by the committee having it in W. S. Walker has purchased of the charge, providing for federal protection Misses Anderson the property now ocof migratory birds. This bill, if it passes, and its friends are very hopeful cupied by Mr. John E. Anderson on will do much to end the destruction of Lexington Street for $4,000. Possesss thousands of game and that ion will be given on or about the 12th inst. Their many friends will regret are yearly the victims of and brutal men and boys in states to learn that Mr. Anderson and his eswhere they are not now protected. timable family contemplate moving to When our robins and other feathered Lexington. Mr. Walkers ill health has incapacitated him from running his friends of the air go South in the we shall be able to see them take farm and the entire community will their long flights with the comfort of welcome him to town and it is to be knowing that, until their return the hoped that the change may prove of strong hand of the national govern- great benefit to him. ment is reached out in their defense. Union Service. Our Dumb Animals. Dr. Pearce will conduct the Union Gleaning By Onlooker. Services next Sunday evening. It will also be the occasion of Da Pearce's The Lancaster Fair which was held farewell sermon, he having rounded July 24, 25, 26, was one of the best out a four years service in Lancaster, ever held in central Kentucky. which is the limit placed by the Methogrounds added to the pleas dist conference upon their ministers ure cf every one in attendance and the for service in one place. Lancaster people spared neither trou It fs with a feeling of deep regret ble or expense to make the eighth an that Lancaster people see Dr. Pearce nual exhibition of the Lancaster Fair leave, as he' has endeared himself to the greatest in the history. There cer nearly every person in the town and tainly is no place in the world where his friends in the county are only limitone is more royally entertained than at ed to his acquaintance. song-birdpot-hunte- Son & Co., a tomato which she grew in her garden which weighs 2J pounds. The tomato is of the ponderosa variety and would make an ample meal for an at tee hardware store of J. R. Mount Phaetons, Driving Wagons and HARNESS at great bargains for Thirty Days rs au-tu- m W. J. ROMANS. The-beautif- Wire Drawn Tungsten BLBOTRI6 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 Mrs.P.D. Gill celebrated her birthday on last Wednesday July 31st, justwhich one we will not say, suffice it to say that she looks many many years younger than her actual age, and we sincerly hope that she may be spared to cele brate many more. She had for her guests upon the happy occasion Post master W. T. West, who unlike Mrs. Gill is loath to tell his exact age, his natal day fell upon the same date as that of his hostess, but whether or not they are the same age we were unable-t- o learn. A. T. Anders'on was also among the guests on the occasion. Of course no one ever did or ever will knowTink's age. The day was made the occasion H.T LOGAN of the recounting of many interesting stories of Lancaster and Lancaster people and also the setting of a very substantial "birthday dinner." "fiick" Pettus Has Narrow Escape. While going to his home from town last Sunday afternoon in a buggy drawn by a pair of spited horses, Mr. Richard G. Pettus of near Preachersville in this county, together with his wife and her sister Miss McKechnie who were in the buggy with him, had a very narrow escape from serious injury and probably death. Just at dusk they met an and the horses became automobile frightened at the glare of the strong lamp and became unmanagerble, they turned sharply in the road overturning the vehicle and ran from near Mr. John Peaces on the Crab Orchard pike into town, dragging the overturned ve hicle with them, they were stopped near Sweeney's stable. When the vehicle was overturned Mr. Pettus and the ladies were thrown out and miraculously escaped injury. Mr. Pettus pluckily secured another buggy and Droceeded on his homeward way driv ing the horses which had figured in the runaway. He did not know who owned the automobile but was under the impression that it was driven by a colored man who never stopped to as certain the result of the accident. light. STORMES DRUG STORE I m " "" "" " " """ """"" -- " 13 We will sell you the Best Paint made and GURANTEE every drop M; of it. m ai K. . H,. McKoberts - era, Son. m V3l : TheCentrkl Record ft hi "He wore the Gray butis true blue" Eider f. M.Tmder win not preach at The first compulsoryiprjrnarjr election Rey. Ckas. Coiitr Brawi Before --Fastne (jnnstain cnurcn sunaay, ne is at at 80 years old. history. In Kentucky has passed into tor Of Tke Local Presbyterian Church Uncle Geo. A. Bruce who has voted Blue Lick Springs fdr a few days. the smoke of a hotly contested family incorporated. for 30 odd years at East Bryantsville battle has cleared away and before us Tenters Resigsatios Ami Will Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. Mr. Henly Y. Bastin III. and still claims it as his residence stretches the outlook for a splendid walked from Burgin last Saturday to Eater Evaagilistic Field. Mr. Henly V. Bastin was taken ill GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. democratic victory in November. It now behooves every democrat to bow Sunday and is confined to his home Bryantsville to get in a vote for Curt On last Sunday Rev. Charles Connor Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky- - to the inevitable, to cherish no animosi an attact of malarial fever. Mr. Robinson for Sheriff. Brown tendered his resignation to the with at Second:Clas Mail Matter. ty because of the fact that "his man" Our readers have no doubt noticed elders and trustees of the Presbyterian Bastin was chosen as a delegate to the failed to land the nomination, to put Progressive Party convention in Chi the advertising of the Cortright Metal Member Kentucky Press Association church as their pastor, to take effect his shoulder squarely to the wheel and cago at the district convention held Roof ing Company, 50 N. 23rd Street, and on or about the 15th, day of Septembeaid in the greater struggle that is it Danville last Saturday, but his illness Philadelphia, Pa., which has been apEighth. District Publishers League. ber. Bro. Brown's resignation will in fore us. pearing in our columns for several all probability be accepted though with prevented his attending. The strusnrle of last Saturday was a feeling of "Luttsteivly., Asgict 9, 1912. months with a change of cuts each a the deepest regret. He friendly one throughout, a striving to was designated by the late "Presbytery Hon. Harre Helm Wins Democratic Nomi- week, and we hope that those of our place in nomination the person to whom subscribers who have been in need of Rates Fo'r.Political Announcements we were each and everyone of us most for evangelistic work in Eastern Kennation For Congress Over Judge such material have communicated with tucky and will have his headquarters in For Precinct ami Ciy Offices . ...? 5.00 favorably inclined, a struggle to adthis Company, as they ofier a System Lexington, the principal field of his Sulliyan By An Unprecedented "or County Offices 10.00 vance the interest of our friends, but of Roofing posssessing every point of labors being in and around Buckhorn. For State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 after all it was a family affair and to superitority, absolutely weather-tigh- t, Rev. Brown has been the pastor of Majority. For Calls, pier line 10 be treated as such, and every good f, the local church for six years, he has ornamental in appearance, 10 democrat should and will now forget For Cards, per Jine durable, easily applied and low first cost been a zealous worker in the Master's For all publications in the interthat there ever was a struggle as to cause, and under his charge the church The result of the primary election on This Company has local agencies eslast Saturday in the eighth congressest of individuals or expreswho should bear the party standard, has made splendid .progress. He has ional district was the nomination of tablished at many places, some of sion of individual views, per will gird on his armor and go forth to always been found at the front in all Hon. Harvey Helm of Lincoln county whom carry the goods constantly in : 10 do battle in the cause of democracy line religious and charitable work and has over Hon. Jere Sullivan of Madison by stock but where they are not so re05 against the common enemy. Obituaries, per line endeared himself, not only to his own a majority of between 7000 and 8000 presented, are always pleased to get in The various candidates in this dis- congregation, direct communication with the prospecto entire comDEMOCRATIC TICKET. trict, both congressional and judicial, munity, and it butwith thefeeling of re- votes, Mr. Helm carrying every county tive buyer. If in any way interested is a in the district including Madison Judge were good men and true, men with in roofing, write them for literature luctance upon the part of everyone to Sullivan's home county. FOR PRESIDENT whom we may safely intrust the cause see him leave. He and his estimable In the race for Commonwealth's At- and further particulars. WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey of democracy, and who were prepared family will be sadly missed in the com torney Judge E. V. Puryear of Boyle to give a faithful account of their munity and the well Jones Anderson Prospering. wishes of his host defeated Hon. William Burch of Lin FOR stewardship, the means of determining of friends and admirers will follow him coln by between 500 and 600 votes. The following complimentary notice THOMAS R. MARSHALL, just who should unfurl the standard at to his new field. The election was quiet through the about our former countyman and a the November election was new, a recently enacted law and one which we Helm And Puryear Sweep Tke County, county and a much heavier vote was valued subscriber to the Record appolled than was expected. J. W. Dins- peared in the Kissimmee (Fla.) GazANNOUNCEMENTS fully believe is a wise, just and impar The Formers Majority Being 547, more of Berea, republican candidate ette of recent date:- We are authorized to announce Hon. tial one, a law calculated to safeguard THE PALM THEATER. for Congress received only 12 votes in The Latters 277. J. A. Sullivan a candidate- - for Congress the rights of each and every man who the county. "We are proud to have a theaterlike in the eighth district, subject to the seeks office at the hands of his party, The first compulsory primary election A Lincoln county race in which Gar this in our town. The owner, Mr. T. action of the Democratic Primary to be and which we believe at this, its first ever held in Garrard county went off rard county people was interested was F. Van Arsdale, has spared no expense trial, has proven a great success. held August 3rd, 1912. quietly, there not being a brawl of any that of Circuit Clerk, to succeed the in fixing up this property. The build Every democrat in the district had kind throughout the county. The vote late lamented "Uncle Josh" Swope, ing has cost over $4,000, and is equippWe are authorized to announce Har- his choice as to who should be given was heavier than was expected. Har- and for which office Mr. Jesse D. ed with all the latest improvements, vey Helm as a candidate for Congress the nomination for the various offices vey Helm for Congress defeated Jere Wearren, a former townsman was a electric fans and opera chairs, and in the eighth district, subject to the and they had the opportunity to exSullivan by a majority of 547 votes, candidate, he was defeated by ' James seats 240 people. It is under the manaction of the Democratic Primary to be press that choice at the polls, if the while Emmet V. Puryear carried the F. Holdam by about 175 vote?. agement of J. L. Anderson and L. G. held August 3rd 1912. outcome did not prove to their liking, county over W. S. Burch by a majority Weddle. The theater opened Saturday there should be no sore spots, and we of 227. J. W. Dinsmore republican Modern Political Methods Adopted To evening with an overflowing house. Fsr Cwwoiwealtli Atteney. believe there will be none, but that the candidate for congress without oppo The show will continue every night. We are authorized to announce Emmet party in the district will be united as it only twelve votes in the Prevent Action By City Council Mrs. G. C. Clark is pianist and Ralph Puryear as a candidate for Common was never united before and each and sitson received county. It was tacitly understood that Wright the operator. J. L. Anderson wealth's attorney, subject to the action every democrat who voted at the primIn Hubble Telephone while Dinsmore's name appeared under is one of our leading grocerymen and of the Democratic party, ary in August will be a cheerful particthe Log Cabin, that he was a "Bnll Matter. L. G. Weddle our assistant postmaster ipant in the victory in November. Moose", and the adherents to that The Record Is authorized to announce "These two are wide awake, and we Mr. Helm has served his district in a faith would not support him because W. S. Burch, of Lincoln, as a candiAt the regular monthly meeting of hope they will succeed in their undermost creditable manner and will con- his name appeared date for the nomination for Commounder ithe republi the City Council on last Monday night taking." tinue to do so, and while we supported can emblem, and the old line nwealth's Attorney, subject to the republi means usually adopted as a last resort Mr. Sullivan for the nomination, yet cans withheld their support because of in the U. S. Senate, and savoring very Kentucky Fair Dates. Democratic primary, August 3, 1912. we are greatly rejoiced over the fact his alleged support of the Progressive much of the muchly talked of "steam Lexington Bluegrass Fair, August that while our choice did not receive ideas, so he caught it going and coming. Ftr Cwity Jrige. roller" tactics, were resorted to to pre 12- -6 days. the nomination, we are to be represent- Following is a We are authorized to announce Claytabulation of the county vent the Hubble Telephone Co., from ed by a democrat, and by as good a voter- Fern Creek, August 134 days. ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coungaining entrance into the city. In beone as can be found in the old ComBurkesville, August 134 days. ty Judge of Garrard County subject to - half of the Hubble Telephone Co a reg c Leitchfield, August 134 days. monwealth. The opposition to Mr. v o S the action of the democratic party. Vanceburg, August 144 days. Helm, if at all is scarcely noticeable, Precinct J? ularly organized corporation with a S "3 2 CO 3 capital stock of $2500., one half of 3 ffl Brodhead, August 143 days. We : are authorized to ( announce both parties seem to have a tendency CQ P which is paid up. Mr. G. B. Swine to hold aloof from Mr. Dinsmore, in Court House Hardinsburg, August 203 days. James A. Beazley as a candidate, for 138 51 89 101 broad asked the City-- Council to grant j Shepherdsville, August 204 days. County Judge of Garrard county, sub- fact they do not seem to know exactly East Park 176 94 35 115 this corporation the right to enter the where he stands, whether he is a Stand West Park Lawrenceburg, August 204 days. ject to the action of-t"Democratic 77 24 58 42 city and establish three pay stations, party. patter or whether he is a Bull Moose, E Bry'ville Columbia, Ausust 204 days. 108 43 j 120 66 guaranteeing in behalf of the Hubble Erlanger, August 21 4 days. but be this as it may, we can never W Bry'ville 135 42 19 j 151 Fer Sheriff. people that they would furnish to the Stanford, August 213 days. tell what may develop, and while the Buckeye 19 36 13 .30 We are authorized to announce C. A. opposition may not, nor do we believe people of Lancaster a first class me Eminence, August 224 days. Walker 65 8 41 121 Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of it will, amount to anything, yet it is tallic circuit telephone service at the Ewing, August 223 days. Union 74 81 62J 78 fixed rate of 1. per month, and fur Garrard County, subject to the action the duty .of every democrat in the disShelbyville, August 274 days. j Paint Lick 94 24 37 75 of the Democratic party. ther granting the City Council the Hodgenville, August 273 days. trict to give his unqualified support to Total 897) 350 j 484 I 711 right to remove them at any time that Hon; Harvey Helm, the nominee of the London, August 274 days. We are authorized to announce they might sell a franchise, or that Democratic party, to take no chances U. S. GoYerment Nicholasville, Aug 273 days. Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff Accepts Option On Lo they might see just cause for their re Fulton, August 27- -5 days. of Garrard county, subject to the ac- on the superior strength of our party, moval. They asked for only three pay or to underestimate the strength of Germantown, August 284 days. cal Property To Be Usel As Site tion of the democratic party. stations within the City. Councilman Dover, August 284 days. the opposition, vote for him and then For Federal Building. Gregory moved that their request be We are authorized to announce W. you take no chances. Springfield, August 284 days. granted and was seconded by Council L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard As for Mr. Puryear, he will have no Florence, August 284 days. j.ne u. o. uoverment has tor some man Zanone. Councilman William county, subject- - to the action of the opposition, but at the same time vote Franklin, August 293 duys. time held options on several pieces of Herndon promptly put up a strenous " democratic party. for him too, for it is a bad habit to fall Somerset, September 4 4 days. local property to be used as a site for objection to their entrance and a plea into, that of not voting the straight Flizabethtown, Sept. days. the Government building: they at one for the Bastin Telephone Co., and made We are authorized to announce W. S. days. ticket, and if we just go in and "put it Paris. Sept. Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of under the rooster", then we are giv- time decided upon the Park in the cen- the point that the Council had no right Tompkinsville, Sept, days. ter of the Public Square, as - the site. to allow the Hubble people to enter. Garrard county, auDJect to the" action ing their dues to everybody. Barboursville, Sept days. of party. While in some cases in the district but owing to the differences existing Uity Attorney, K. H. Tomlinson was Bardstown, Sept, days. Sanders, races there is no opposition, and in between the town and county as to the appealed to for a legal opinion and he Fair, Sept 4 Fr Assess. ownership of that property they aban ruled that the City had not the right to 4 days. We are authorized to announce Dave others it is but meager, yet we are to doned the idea of utilizing it, and last allow the Hubble people to enter with Monticello, September days. C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor have one great struggle at the coming week they notified Mrs. Emma P. three phones as they had no franchise, Kentucky State Fair, Sept. November election, the struggle to days of Garrard county subject to the ac- Grant that her property, upon which the question was then asked if the BasMelbourne, Sept, 175 days. elect a Democratic president, and ths tion x)fthe xlernocratic party. Horse Cave, Sept, 184 days. most flattering prospects for success they held an option would be accepted tin people had a franchise and his re as the site for the proposed site. The ply was that they did not have, he was Morgantown, September 193 days. We are authorized to announce Mr. that the party has faced in years. For price to be paid Mrs. Grant is $4500. then asked how it was that the Bastin Falmouth, Sept, 244 days. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- this reason there must be no sulking in ana in addition to this about 25 or 30 people were allowed to maintain a tele Glasgow. Sept, 254 days. nation of Assessor of Garrard County, the tents among the democrats, there front feet have been purchasd from phone service in the city of Lancaster Adairville, Sept. 263 days. Subject to the action of the democratic must be no wounds received in petty the Presbyterian church for which the without a franchise and that the peo Bowling Green, Ky, October 2 party. races to heal, any ill feeling engendersum of $500. will be paid the two pieces pie of Hubble were not allowed the 4 days. ed must be put aside and all must labor We are authorized to announce J. B. of property will give a frontage of 150 same privilege, this question Mr Tom Murray, Oct days. Collier ?as a candidate for the nomina- together in the great common cause. feet on Danville street and the lot will linson has not yet answered. Seeing Elkton, Oct, days. The democratic party is united as it tion for assessor of Garrard county, be 200 feet deep to the alley. The deal a vote upon the question was inMayfield, October days. subject to the action'of the democratic has never been in years on national is closed with the exception of the ab that evitable Councilman Herndon fearing issues and in behalf of the national "' party.:' "Jj" standard bearer, Woodrow Wilson is stract of title which the Government it would be in favor of the Hubble peo We are authorized to announce W. acceptable to the great masses of requires, and when that is prepared pie, and plainly favoring the Bastin and accepted, the money will be paid, Telephone Co., to the exclusion of all L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- democracy as no democratic nominee or of Garrard county subject to the has ever been in years; the enemy is the appropriation having been made other telephonecompames or promoaction of the Democratic party. divided against itself, has we might Borne time since for the purchase of ters, deliberately left the Council chamsay too seperate and distinct parties the site. There is regret felt by some ber, thereby breaking the quorum and with Teddy leading one and Taft the at the failure to place the Federal rendering any action in the matter im We are authorized to announce Miss building in the center of the square possible. Jennie "Biggins as a candidate for other, both we firmly believe headed but there are agreat many people who As executor of the will of Jerome County Attorney, Joe E. Robinson School Superintendant for Garrard for ignominious defeat, divided with no strenuously object to its being located was present, not in his capacity as an Layton, I will on the premises of the county, subject to the action of the possible chance of being reunited, as however, is Democraticparty. far apart in their ideas as are the there, delight theresite a general feel attorney nor as the employe of any one home tract in Garrard County, Kening of that a has actually but to assist in the conservation of the tucky, on Back Creek and on County democratic and republican parties, can been decided upon as this means that peoples rights, and made a strong plea road leading from McCreary to Nina, Ftr Jailer. their be any doubt but that defeat we are surely to have building, just that the Hubble people might be allow- near Bethel Church on ' We are authorized to announce Jack stares them in the face. It Is all up to when we are unable toasay, but its ul ed the same privileges that are vouchAdams as a, candidate for Jailer of Gar- the democratic party, victory ia within SATURDAY, SEPT. 7th, 1912. timate erection is assured. safed the Bastin .Co. rard county, subject to the action of their grasp 'for' the taking, all that the the Democratic party . Mrs. Grant has purchased of Mr. S Mr Robinson called the attention to at 2 o'clook p. m. offer for sale two . democratic party has to do now ' is to G. Haselden the residence on Richmond one fact which is perhaps yet vivid in tracts of land owned by said Layton at ' together and support We are authorized to announce Dave stand solidly street now occupied by Mayor H. T. the recollection of the citizens of Lan- the time of his death. Ross as a" candidate for Jailer of 'Garr their splendid nominee and we shall see Logan, price One tract contains about 68 acres and private. caster, namely, that the present City rard countyirobjsct to the action of 'a "glorious victory. the other 10 acres. 1 rod and 26 poles. Council was elected upon a platform the Democratic party. Therefore again let us warn every Cest Of Big Ditch. pledging them to a conservation of the The latter tract has good dwelling t any ill feeling aside democrat house and out building. The that may(have been engendered in the The estimated cost of the great Pan peoples rights in the telephone matter, tract has tenant house, barn, informer JirJUfirfrate. good ama canai, now neanng completion is and pledging themselves to give the We. are authorizeo. to. announce primary that would have a tendency .to $400,000,000. This in round numbers, people $1. telephone service. Just how state of cultivation, 35 acres in rye beJohn N. White as a candidate for make us even do our duty in a half would be about four dollars to each well this pledge is being carried out ing fed to hogs, remainder in corn, toMagistrate, in the first district of Gar hearted way, get busy now and give bacco and grass. Any one desiring to rard county, subject to the- - action of every assistance in your power in man, woman and child of our popula may be readily seen. The Record, would earnestly advise see the tracts, apply to .undersigned, thedemcratic party. futherance of the great democratic tion, or say $20 for each family in the 364-or to Layton family on victory that is ours in November. country to pay. Can they afford it? the citizens of Lancaster, and of the phone No .We are authorized to announce premises. would be a fair question. Will the ca county as well, that they attend the WaltonE. Moass a candidate for Mag d cash, TERMS. d nal benefit us to that extent? What future meetings of the City Council, istrate in the first district of Garrard in two years in one year and will this canal do for us? It is expec see who is carrying out FIjkf Mei FaH. County, subject to the action of the ted to reduce the cost of freight and pledges, see who is standing for the with interest from date at 6 per cent democratic party. victims to stomach, liver and kidney therefore the price, on products of rights of the people as against a grasp- per annum. Lien to be retained to We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n troubles just like other people, with western South America, the payment of unpaid purchase the islands of ing corporation, aBmall one we will adH. Eites as a candidate for Mag-trat- like results in loss money. Ten per cent of tne purchase of appetite, back- the. South Pacific and of China and Ja mit, but nevertheless a grasping one, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of" the ache, nervousness, headache, and tired pan. and we believe that their very pres- price will be required to be paid on day n listless, feeling. But there's democratic party. ence will have a 'moral influence that of sale to guarantee good faith in purAreE?erAt War. no need to feel like that as T. D. Pee- will peroaps strengthen up the back- chase, to be deducted from cash payWe are authorized to announce Jbles, Henry, Tenn., proved. ,'Six There are two things everlastingly bone of the "City dads." If it does ment when deed is made, same to be Charles C Becker as a candidate for bottles of Electric Bitters" he writes, at war, joy and piles. But Bucklen's not, you will Surely go home wishing executed in Lancaster, Ky., at county Mifiatrate in the second district of Garrard eeuntyVsubject to the action "did more to give me new Btrength Arnica Salve will banish piles. It soon that the "recall" was in force in this clerks office on Monday, September and good appetite than all other stom- - subdues the itching, irritation, inflam municipality. democratic party. 9th, 1912, or as soon thereafter as the nrh remmiipa T iirpiI " Rn than mation or swelling. It gives comfort, In next weeks Record we propose to parties can meet and comply with . We are Motorized to announce Tav- -- n.. i. wnen invites joy. Greatest healer of burns, give a copy of the platform upon which terms of sale. "WJ"""V A" iuu " a a TiAida fn LJP. great remedy-wiU-' from boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises, eczema, the present City Council was elected, J. H. POSEY, Executor, ktrateinthe second dutriet of Gar-- 1 rtrd county,, subject to the action "it V"16 nwt e Try it. Only 50 cents scalds, nimnles. fikin pmnHnna rtnlu together with a few pertiment com McCreary, Kentucky. tkafemocratic party. atR. E."McRoberta& Son. 25cts at.R. E. McRoberts & Son. This August 6th. 1912. lm ments. I fire-prooVICE-PRESIDEN- C. Coming Western Dramatic 30 People WESTERN COMEDY Go. DRAMA Traveling In their Private Pullman Cars, presenting that Great THE MOHAWK Hear the Cow Boy Band on Public Square at noon and in front of the Big Tent Theator at 7:30 p. m. Admission, Children 20cts, Adults 35cts. Remember One Night Only. LANCASTER, KY., T. Saturday, August Show lot, Stanford street next to L. & N. 10th. Stock Pens. Of-India- na THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capita! $50,000. A. R. DENNY, $Surplus 25,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Book-Keepe- President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. J ,CORTRIGHT METAL !. .. 'g ir77?'fJiiiHir7-AiP''f''l)fltw- I I I I SHINGLES -- he LAID RIGHT OYER OLD WOOD mmm Good For Tr f- " r ;.fj 2. No irt no botber, and when ooee of fire-pro- SHINGLES laid they make a thoroughly ttonn-proroof, neither of which caa and be claimed for the wood inkgle. As to price they cott no more than a good wood shingle, and in tome placet they cost much less. Roofs put on 26 years ago are as good as new today, and hare dctct needed repairs. Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. 35 33 44 43 44 GOOD : FOR : 1,000 : VOTES When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. Tri-Coun- ty 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered In Piano Contest. 34 96 I VOTE FOR. -- 24 33 BLUE GRASS FAIR - 94 6 Big Days and Nights, Commencing J " Public AUGUST Sale, MONDAY, Greatest Horse Show. 12th. America's 5 Big Saddle Horse Stakes. Races Daily. Running and Harness A F$dMlSenttriit. Of Land. $25,000 in Premiums. 5 Splendid Display of Every Class of Live Stock. Innes Band of America. Sensational Free Acts Daily. The Greater Parker Shows. V See The Big Floral Parade First Day. Reduced Rates on all Roads. For Catalog or farther information address to-pu- JOHN W. BAIN, Sec. Lexington, Ky. Q I We loan Money only on gilt-edsecurity, we pay 3 per cent on time deposits and are always ready and willing to oblige depositors. When you want your banking business attend' ed to in a perfectly satii ge to-b- e One-thir- one-thir- one-thi- rd pre-electi- se-cu- re e, W III I i!Bffii3?SLI run-dow- -- ofke Rarf ir.i w.. t. t)n factory manner try an account with this bank. i P yu The Garrard Bank & Trust Company. t;". 1 '7 ?"--- jo- - g.-.-ovr,- n AS?,aM!.'tfr?v i " a - - r & ti.er' ! - - ?V - jS . F - .'5KmM" - 3 'i H 'B" rapidly. ?gwwiwpwwiPi Dain Mowers, Sweep Rakes Gossip About People N N N. 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. -- R. MOUNT, SON & CO. .? Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Co Attention Farmers. i H W O 4 w We make a specialty of your needs and write a policy especially adapted for your property. It will pay you to investigate our special policy. o KEMPER & WOODS, Garnett Kemper. PAINT LICK, KY. R. G. Woods. Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. HARTFORD, i Aetna, National Of Hartford. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE I Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY Phone or call on us & at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. COLLIER W. H. HARRIS, Pres. FAIR Lancaster, Lancaster Colored AUGUST 9th & 10th,' 12 V-Pr- es, JAMES HOOD, JAS. B. WILLIAMS,Sec Kentucky. Take Any Beam from our timber piles. No need to spend time in look ing for good ones. Every stick in the pile is sound, seasonable and straight. You like Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting them here. 1 Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. Kengarlan hotel are spending a weeks Mrs. Jones and daughter of Kansas outing at Highland in Lincoln county. City and Miss Mary Grimes of StanLittle Miss Mittie Dunn went to Danford are guests of Mr3. Mattie D. ville Tuesday with Mr Banks Hudson. The Well Known Optician. Duncan. to visit her grand mother and attend Mr. James R. Henry and little the fair. eight year old son of Eldorado Ark. Miss McBride and brothers, Dan and are visiting his parents Mr and Mrs S. John, and Miss Williams, of Richmond B. Henry. are the guests of Miss Margerite Misses Sarah Washburn of Alma, O'Hearn. Ga., and Jennie Washburn of Fitzger- Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden eled, Ua., are guests of their sister and children and Miss Alberta AnderMrs. T. J. Price. son motored to Louisville and made a Misses Florence Johnson, Mamie stay of several days. Stormes Dunn, and Charlie Elmore Mrs N. H. Hall of Winchester is are in menmona at tne house parhere at the of her little niece ty of Miss Sue Chenault. Delia Gregory who is critically ill of Misses Jane and Mary Doty entermeningetic and typhoid fever. Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted tained at a handsome course luncheon Friday the honor guest being Mrs J. Misses Margaret McMurray of ShelBradford Jeunings of Pecos Texas. by North Carolina and Gracie May Bifocals Mr and Mrs Wm. Hamon and daugh- Cochran are at Crab Orchard Springs ter Miss Amo Hamon have returned to the guest of Miss Annette Willis. a Specialty. their home in Cynthiana after a pleasMr. and Mrs. A. Howard Rice of ant stay with Elder F. M. Tinder and Richmond Ind, who have been guests of Fourteen Years Experience. family. Mrs H. A. B. Marksbuay left this I am now at Lancaster and will Miss Kate Lancy a trained exper-ence- d week for a visit to Louisville relatives. nurse of Winchester, is here to Lucian M. Grant was "At Home" to remain until e daughter of Mr. and some thirty of his young friends one nurse August 17th. Mrs. J. Parker Gregory who is ill of evening recently, inviting refreshments typhoid fever. of ices and cake were served and to-- Office, Hospital Bldg. Lancaster, Ky YODU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, Mrs Ann Walker of Huntingtor, "W. Kansas are here to reside. Va. is the guest of her daughters, Mrs THURSDAY, SEPTExMBER 5th, 1912. Mrs. W. S. Carrier is visiting Mrs. W. O. Rigney ahd Mrs B. F. Hudson. E. C. McWhorter at Paint Lick. at 2 o'clock, p. m. For Sale Six Registered Southdown Mrs CI Kimper of Kansas City A Brief Mention of the Comings and and Miss Minnie Kemper of Danville Bucks. R. L. Elkin. I will Sell my Farm at Public Sale Goodwin Elkin of Atlanta is with his Goings by Those We Are Interested In. have been visiting their sister, Meslocated in Garrard County four and grandfather Captain T. A. Elkin. Don't miss the great bargains on dames W. A. Price and Edd Perkins. miles from Lancaster on the buggies for thirty days. Miller Lusk is" in Middles-bor- o Sugar Creek pike, containing 166 Mr. and Mrs. J. Suggen, and Mrs. I. Mrs Carlton Elkin .is in Hustonville W. J. Romans. visiting Mrs Joseph Faulkner. acres, improvements consist of two J. Engle and child of Lexington are visiting relatives. Mrs. A. F. Sanders and daughter guests of Miss Agnes Miles L0ST:-0- n story frame dwelling in good repair. the Buckeye Pike between she gave Jesse Arnold of Frankfort is with rMrs. J. are in Nicholasville. an elaborate dinper for them Wednes- A. W. Kavanaughs and Lancaster a 1 Tobacco barn 120x40 ft. and other Lancaster relatives. ladies white serge coat. Finder please improvements. day. Mr. .andMrs. Lillard Miles ofThi3 is a very productive Farm all in return to this office. Miie3. Mrs Ed Price and Miss Tommie Franare with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mrs R. E. Rowland and children of grass but 4.0 acres, fine for Wheat, cis were visitors in Danville Thursday. Eldorado, Ark.,' arrived Wednesday for Mrs. W. M. Mahan has been in For Sale: I will sell privately at Tobacco, Corn, Bluegrass and Clover. a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. my home on Water county visiting ner sister coin Mr and Mra Oenro-- p. PnWm, TERMS: Easy and made known street a lot of garS. B. Henry. spent Sunday at Crab Orchard Springs Stout. den tools, hoes, rakes, etc and a lot of on day of sale. For futher informagood carpenters tools, planes, saws, etc tion write me. Mrs. S.M.Jordan and sons.Jaa., Mr and Mrs W. O. Goodloe have been Miss Elma Singleton will arrive Friand Roscoe of Terre Haute, Ind. all in first class condition. day for several weeks visit to Mrs Alex N. H. BOGIE, 376 S. Upper St recent guests of relatives in Spring Mrs. James Hill. after a pleasant visit with her parents, Walker. Lexington, Ky. field. Mr. and Mrs. Pumphrey, returned I. M. Dunn Auct. G. S. Greenleaf has returned from a Mr. W. I. Williams and familv Tiave home Thursday. lenthy recuperative stay at Dripping taken rooms with Mrs. H. A. B. Marks- Springs. miss Jisieii uonn is at home trom a JWe bury. visit to Berea. She left this week to money. Mrs. Sam Cotton gave a very enjoySenator George T. Farris of Frank join her friend Mrs. Johnston of Louisable hay ride to Kings Mill Saturday ville for a stay of two weeks at Crab fort is visiting his daughter Mrs Stephen afternoon. I represent the Knoxville Nursery Co Walker. Orchard Springs. of Tenn, I can supply you with high Mrs. Joshua Dunn and daughter Miss Mrs Willie Belle Greenleaf of St "Mrs. Dr. Acton is seriously ill at her grade flowers, shrubs, rhubarb, aspar- Maria of New Mexico are visiting Dan- home on Lexington Louis is here visiting relatives and street. Mrs Acton aua, luaea, vines, an Kinds oi ornaville relatives. friends. went to Crab Orchard for a lengthy mental and fruit trees. I solicit your Reverend Bell of Sulphur Well will stay but her condition was such that orders for fall delivery. Phone 200 Reverend O. P. Bush is in Ellisburg Everything for Orchard. Lawn and preach Saturday night at Pleasant she was compelled to return. Jas. A. Royston, Agent. Casey county engaged in a series of Garden. Our prices may interest you Grove church. meetings. Miss Lillian Cochran entertained SatWrite for free Catalogue. No Agts. Clay Pumphrey of Danville spent urday at a delicious luncheon for Mrs Wm. R. Cook left Friday for a Sunday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. McMurray of North Car Margerite visit to Mrs Theodore B.Wintersmith of & Sons. olina, Mary Elizabeth Shepherd of Jas. Pumphrey. Louisville. Cincinnati, Emmarine Burnett of Lex The City Council of the City of LanMr. and Mrs. S. H. Estis have as a Lexington, Kentucky. Miss Bessie Gulley is with Miss visitor, their niece, Miss Sallie Adams ington and Miss Margerite Morrow of caster do ordain as follows Myrtle Hendren in Madison for a it shall be unlawful for any this city. of Shelby City, Ky. pciauu, jinn, ur corporation to pur week's visit. Miss Sophronia Fox gave a hand- pose ur procure ior another, spintu Miss Margaret Cook left Friday to Mesdames W. A. and T. J. Price some course dinner Tuesday to a few ous, vinous, malt or other intoxicating COLLEGE were with Mrs. S. P. Grant in Dan- visit Misses Georgie and Anna Brittan friends the honoree being Mrs. J, uijuuia mi a cures or aecocuoiiS either as agent of the buyer or the agent of the Moss in Richmond. ville Thursday. Bradford Jennings of Pecos, Texas., seller oi said liquors, or de KENTUCKY. Misses Bernice and Hazel Champ are Mrs. F. S. Hughes entertained at din coctions, eitner for or mixtures compen MILLERSBURG. without Miss Allie Yantis is at home from a An Attractive Home School For Girls. pleasant visit to her cousin Miss Lottie enjoying a visit of several weeks with ner on Wednesday in Mrs. Jennings sation within the limits of the City of Lancaster. relatives in Paint Lick. honor. Pupils are surrounded with an atmosCarson of Stanford. No. 2 Any Person, Firm or corpo Miss Ollie and Anna Sam Pherigo me provisions oi this phere of culture, wholesome fellowship iuiauiig Mrs. Clay Dunn and daughters are ordinance or any part thereof shall be and safe religious environment. New Isi'ai Killed On Track. at home after a visit of 6 weeks to hve returned to Lexington, after a fined not less than $60.00 or more than buildings combining all conveniences. visit to Mre. Alex. Walker. Lexington relatives. vuv.uu aim nut ieaa man ten aays Near Rochelle, 111., an Indian went more than thirty days imprisonment or Health record unsurpassed. Academic Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph left Thursday in George Harris of Birmingham spent and College Entrance courses. Music for a visit to Martinsville, Ind Cincin- to sleep on a railroad track and was the county jail, either fine or impriso-me- Department or both within the discression of several days with his parents Judge under a skilled artist train killed by the fast express. He paid nati, Dayton and Eaton Ohio. or and Mrs E. W. Harris. ed in Germany. Lecture and concert for his carelessness with his life. Of the Court The Jury trying the case. No. 3 Provisions of this ordi- course. Domestic Science. Dr. Charles Zimmer of Pomeroy, 0., ten its that way when people neglect nance shall not apply Expenses Mrs. Alex Robinson and son J. Y. to Connon caris the guest of his parents Mr and Mrs coughs and colds. Don't risk your life riers who in good faith deliver intoxica- for board, tuition, etc lower than any Robinson are at Crab Orchard Springs R. Zimmer at the Kengarlan. when prompt use of Dr. King's New ting liquors in quantities not to ex- - other school of like- grade. Send for for a recuperative stay. one time, to regu- catalog. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. lccuuvc yauuua, Mrs. Oscar Helton and children of uiscovery will cure them and so pre lar licensed and at practicing physicians Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes and litMillersburg, Ky. vent a dangerous throat or lung trouble. and druggists within said city. ProHelton's tle daughter returned last week to Kirksville are with Mrs "It completely cured me, in a short vided however that the provisions of mother Mrs. Thomas Hendren. their home in Louisville. time, ot a terrible cough that followed tnis act shall not apply to such liquors Mrs. Ruben Scott and daughter Miss a severe Mrs T. M. Wilson returned to Cave attack of Grip," writes J. R, prescribed on prescription from regular practicing physicians within said Susie Scott of Vernon, Texas are with City Thursday after pasing a visit to Watts, Floydada, Tex., "and I gained city. Garrard Circuit Court. Lancaster relatives and friends. 15 pounds in weight that I had lost." Mr and Mrs J. R. Mount. A copy attest: Alice Walker, Plaintiff. Noland Mahan of Knoxville who rep- Quick, safe, reliable and guaranteed. H. T. Logan, Mayor. Mrs Coleman Gulley and little son Vs Notice resents a large tobacco company is 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at R. Logan R. Smith, City Clerk Harold Boggs Guiles are in Lexington J. B. Walker et al, Defendants. E. McRoberts & Son. 1m with his father Mr J. M. Mahan. visiting Mr and Mrs Ike Dunn. All persons having claims against the Mrs J. E. Adams and child of Bell-vu- e partnership of T. B. Walker and J. B. Miss Lydia Elmore is one of an atand Miss Willie Pierce of LouisI Walker (firm composed of the partners tractive house party at the home of ville are guests of Mrs Oscar Ray. T. B. Walker, deceased and J. B. WalMiss Anna McRoberts of Stanford. For Infants and Children. ker) will present same to Jthe underMiss Lucy Doty of Richmond is The Kind You Have Always Bought signed properly proven on or before Misses Georgia and Anna Britton down to spend two weeks with her Moss of Richmond were guests of Miss father and sister Miss Emma Doty. August 18th, 1912. Witness this day Bears the Margaret Letcher Cook for a few days. W. H. BROWN. July 24, 1912. Mesdames Henry Moore, Wm. Champ Signature of Master Com Gar Circuit Court. Mr and Mrs Ernest Bourne have re- L. J. Sanford and H. C. Hamilton n were visitors in Danville last Thursday turned to their home in Lexington a weeks visit to Mr and Mrs J. B. (Mp. 'Mmm&Miti oflrriMrrlMrrlJBrmitir Misses Mary and Annie Kist of the Bourne. Mrs Eliza Holtzclaw and daughter of a-I- H. Clay Kauffman on legal business. waj in Livingston gether with games the hours passed 0 D Public Sale. Mrs-Geor-ge one-ha- lf 2-- 10 - Ray-bur- n, Please call in and settle your account. need the Fruit and Shade Trees Rella Arnold. Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses Peonies, and Phlox. Strawberry Plants, An Ordinance. H.F.Hillenmeyer JVUL,L,ERSBURG FEMALE """" nt - -9t Notice. Subscr ibe for Record CASTOR A HHMUMrl af-te- Specialist. dLxtfMc Dr. J. J. Byrne LOOK. We have added to our "business a Ait and will keep in stock at all times all grades of Coal Yard Call No 47 or call at office for prices. bed-sid- e Kryptok Now is the time to lay in your winter supply. -- Garrard irfliWlMMISill Milling Lm km HAV Co, kV km BV the-littl- JlTiMrJBiMigJifjByJi'ij 1 km mm r mm mm np kv Kv H.v mm- HBv HJHr WV BflrVftJVHMvVMP - mw KJBV Lv Av Av Rv Any One Might Write An Advertisement Like This f ) J BUT NO ONE ELSE WOULD OFFER SUCH VALUES AS THESE. 15 Ladies Black Suits. $22.50 $20.00 $18.50 $27.50 and $40.00 Suits at $32.50 and 35.00 Suits at $25.00 and 30.00 Suits at Great Bargains In Skirts and Coats. One dozen all Wool Skirts, $5.00 value at $3.98. All Tailored Skirts made of the finest qualities Panamas and Voils are greatly reduced. Five Spring Coats left which can be bought at off. one-four- th Ten Novelty Spring Suits which can be bought at 50cts on the Dollar. XFORDS AND SHOES Watch Our Counter Values. i J I Embroidery Flouncings going fast, don't overlook this opportunity to get a nice embroidery dress for little money, I ALL, SUMMER In FABRICS REDUCED. THE L,adies Outfitters JOSEPH MJECAir TILE Only Exclusive Lancaster. . -.- - COMPANY The Fashion Spot; ls.f -- 1- I Vi - j i.', ,fj.--is- ,..rV,: . - . ? - .. .. :rr. r' iS"J '' COME TO THE AUGUST B. F. HUDSON, President. FAIR AT STANFORD FASHIONED COUNTY OLD Under the Auspicesof Diadem Lodge, No. 8i, Knights of Pythirs, For Catalogue and Particulars, MID write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. 1912 f J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1883. I te Citizens CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. Rigney, National Bank KY. OP LANCASTER, SURPLUS $35.ooo. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. P Business Solicited. S. Johnson, B. Prompt Attention I F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. ArnoldS. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. mrmvi2 g- - CURES f.hnlpra. Canes. LimbcrnccK. Roud. Canker, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry ft r Notice! Poultry 4-11- -44 Raisers siSTr aod thiat il the best Mm Kfie Bryant. lUrdstown. Ky.. sy: "I We ujed Rrf Re 1 M4 for yean made. Itcureeapeandlimbeineckvjmoutlau. Doultry 1 44 dropped down the Ml of a gapms WM CoonS. Brdrtown. Ky.. Jay.: "One drop of Recipe, 1 ever used. chicken kill, the worm and rel.ere the chick inrtanlly. Itiathe bat prevenuve I have Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robt. Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Fricc 50c at all Druggists. 4-4--- SOLD BY R. E. McRoberts &. Son. TVPfmmgton rxkCKcriyRar Bnge loader did mf HPlTTHllMr iff ilfTiTf V& Stt&7 Jig. JMiScCSCrTMrnr TEBCX - --- -- irfl 7TT r9tafXflBBBBBHBBirBBHk vGae&vmmzMts&mKfapr xglwJ.Z!SCS!!Vw. -- JZZ2ZiTZZ'Jl SHOTGUN' USfeil For singles trap or field just toss in a shell, press the button and "PULL." The side bolt makes it easy. You don't have to tug at the barrel or watch an device. The action stays open after each single shot is fired. It always stays open when the magazine is empty. Five shots three to get the cripples each under absolute control of the trigger finger. The recoil reloads for you kicks another shell in; takes the strain off the gun the discomfort out of the kick all without diminishing the drive behind the shot. n a few turns of the readily handled Simple magazine screw-ca- p makes cleaning, carrying and interchange of barrels quick and easy. Send for a motion picture booklet telling how the kick is used how a friction device found only on tha Remington- - UMC Autoloading Shotgun takes the punishment out of heavy loads. on-and-- take-dow- Hi Write to-da- y. REMINGTON METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. ARMS-UNION 299 Broadway 7 New York City W. O. Home Phone 33. Rftney Lancaster, Ky. Funeral Director and Embalmer. Office Phone 18. oevoeooo4Ceoooo9oooQQ4 bonds for the extensions, betterment, HOUSEHOLD CARES. I and improvement of the City Water Works System. The question of i these bonds haivng been duly Tax The Woman Of Lancaster The Same The City of Lancas- submitted to the qualified electors of City Council of As Elsewhere. 6OfreOee-QOOO60OOOter, State of Kentucky,' July' .22nd, said city, at which election more . than s ' of all the qualified electors 1912. Hard to attend to household duties Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two miles At a meeting of the City Council ot of said city voting on said proposition held at the voted in favor of the incurring of this With a constantly aching back. from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike the City of Lancaster, council chamber on the first Monday in indebtness. A woman should not have a bad July 1912; for the purpose of considerIt is hereby certified and recited, back, R. E. ing the matter of passing an ordinance that all acts, conditions and things reseldom would if the kidneys And she providing for an issuance of twelve quired by law to be done, precedent to thousand dollars of bonds, for the ex- and in the issuance hereof, in order to were well. PHONE NO 219. Bennett Memorial School. Doan's Kidney Pills are endorsed by tension, betterment, and improvment make this bond a legal, valid and bindof the City water works system, said ing obligation of the City of Lancaster, thousands. Office on Danville Street in the Hosmeeting held on the 22nd, day of July, Kentucky, have been done, have hapHave been used in kidney trouble Admittedly one of the very best schools pital Building. pened and been preformed in regular 1912 there were present. in the State. Five Schools in one. H. T. Logan, Mayor. and due form, that this issue of bonds, over 50 years. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Read what this Lancaster woman High School, Normal School, Graded School R. P. Gregory, totrether with all other outstanding in II. C. Hamilton, debtness of said City, is not in excess says: School of Music, Commercial School. Wesley Zanone, of any statutory or constitutional limi- Mrs. H. G. Crutchfield. Stanford St., B. F. Walter, ation ot indebtness; that provision has LONDON, Ky. Win. Herndon been made for the levy and collection Lancaster, Ky., says: "My little boy J. C. LEWIS, Prin. concerning ol an annual tax upon all the real per aged six years was greatly troubled by" The following ordinance water works bonds was passed by a sonal property subject to taxation with- his back and kidneys. He did not unanimous vote of the live councilmen in said City, sufficient to pay the in- have proper control over the kidney present. terest upon this indebtness as it falls Ordinance providing for the Issuance due, and also to constitute a sinking secretions which caused no end of of Twelve Thousand Dollars of Bonds fund for the payment of the principal annoyance. The child also looked Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. for the Extension, Betterment and thereof at maturity; that the full faith, badly and I was considerably worried Improvement of the City Water Works credit and revenues, and all the real -- Lancaster, Kentucky I heard of Doan's and personal property of said City, are about his health, bystem. City Council of the City of Lan- hereby irrevocably pledged for the Kidney Pills and got a box and began The caster, Kentucky do ordain as follows: prompt payment of this bond and inter- giving them to him according to direcWhereas, at an election duly called est, as the same motion. tions. and held upon the 7th, day of Nov. In witness whereof the City of LanHe is now a great deal better in 1911, there was submitted to the elec caster, Garrard County, Kentucky, has every way. tors of the City of Lancaster, the caused this bond to be signed by its For sale by all dealers. Price 50 question of whether an indebtness to Mayor and City Clerk, the seal of said QUALITY. n Co., Buffalo,) the amount of Twelve Thousand Dol- City to be affixed, and the coupons to cents. 1 lars should be incurred for the exten- bear the signature of the New York, sole agents for the United sion, betterment, and improvement of City Clerk at Lancaster, Kentucky, States. the City Water Works system, of this first day of May 1912. Remember the name Doan's and which submission due notice was given Logan. H. T. Logan R. Smith. as required by law, and at which electake no other. Mayor. (Seal) City Clerk. of all the tion more than That the coupon shall be in substanqualified voters voting on said proposi- tially the following form to wit:-N3It. Hebron So go to the right place for an tion in said City, voted in favor of in$5.00 curring said indebtness. Upon the first day of May, 1912 the i Mrs. E.' F. Scott was with her sisSec. 1 Be it ordained that bonds of City of Lancaster, in Garrard county, Residence Phone HAIR CUT ter Mrs. N. C. Mullins at Bryantsville Office Phone 31. the City of Lancaster, Ky., be issued Kentucky, will pay to bearer at SHAVE in the sum of Twelve Thousand Dollars in the last week. , LANCASTER. KY. For the Fair ($12000) that said bonds shall be in the Mr J. E. Sherrow and family were the sum of Five Doldenomination of One Hundred Dollars lars, being one years interest then due The Old Reliable Barber. with Mr. and Mrs S. N. Woodford at ($100.00) each, numbered consecutively on its water works bond number dated Lexington Sunday. to one hundred and twenty, May 1st. 1912. from one HENRY DUNCAN both inclusive, shall be dated May 1st, City Clerk. Miss May Scott is at home from Richmond Street. 1912, shall bear interest at the rate of Sec. 2 Be it Further Ordainad that five per cent per annum, payable an- for the payment of the interest upon Richmond where she attended Normal nually upon sun ender of the proper said indebtness as it falls due, there School during the summer term. coupons thereof to be attached to said shall be levied and collected an annual Mr and Mrs J. B. Dean and mother, bonds, and shall be signed by the May- tax upon all real and personal property Mrs A. S. Dean, were with relatives in or and City Clerk, the seal of the City subject to taxation within the City of affixed, and the coupons shall bear the Lancaster, Kentucky, sufficient to Jessamine Saturday and Sunday. signatuie of the City Clerk. raise the sum of Six Hundred and Miss Edna and Delia Burdett and Said bonds shall mature in numerical Twenty-fiv- e LANCASTER, KY. Dollars ($625.00) annualy: little brother Murl of Kokomo Ind., are order as follows: and for the constitution of a sinking with their relatives here for a three Office Phone G. Residence Phone 220. Twenty Four bonds on the first day fund for the payment of the principal of May, 1916; levied and col- weeks stay. Twenty Four bonds on the" first day thereof, there shall be the payment of On August 2nd., after nine days suflected annually, until of May, 1920; said indebtness, a tax that will raise fering from cholerainfantum, Holman Twenty Four bonds on the first day the sum of Six Hundred Dollars ($600.00) Hice, the little son of Mr and Mrs ot May, iy24; ear. Twenty Four bonds on the first day aach and every j said bonds have oeen Isaac Montgomery fell asleep in Jesus. Sec. 3 When of May, 1928; rethe they shall DOLLARS Twenty Four bonds on the first day duly executed, at a price be sold tothan Every effort was put forth for his not less highest bidder everv vear to Doultry and hoc covery by physicians, family arid symot May 19o2; accrued interest, and the proraisers. Last year thousands of Said bonds shall be in subtantially par and said sale shall be devoted to pathizing friends but all of no avail. ceeds of Stanford Street. the lollowing form, to wit: the extension, betterment and improve- After services at the house Saturday 2 saved from cholera and other diseases KENTUCKY ment of the City Water Works System morning the remains were taken to LANCASTER. during the hot weather by the use 01 United States Of America and for no other purpose. Jessamine county and interred in the State Of Kentucky Sec.4 The public s welfare demanis County Of Garrard. ding it this ordinance shall be in force family cemetery. Much sympathy W-iu- 9 City Of Lancaster. Office Hours Office over and after its passage, and publica- extended to the family. from 5 per cent Water Works Bonds. tion. 8 a. m to 12. 1 p. m. to I. Stormes' Drug Store No. $100.00 State of Kentucky ZEMO SOAP FREE 4 Know all men by these Presents; The Greatest Cholera Preventive Known City of Lancaster. City of Lancaster, in GarThat the City Declared To Be The Most Wonderful Prevents and cures I, Logan R. Smith, Clerk of the rard County, Ky, acknowledges itse'f to Council of the City of Lancaster, Gartho cholera, but don't put it oil until they keel owe and tor value received hereby DENTIST. over. Give it to them said State, and H. Medicated Soap Known. now mixed with food promise to pay to bearer, upon the rard County Ky. in said City do hereby Lancaster, Ky. Phone fio. it regulates the workfirst day of May, 19 .. ..the sum of T. Logan. Mayor of ings of th- - boweU. certify that the foregoing 4 pages them, knocks One Hundred Dollars, bottle of With every trial copy of the cholera and other germs which get into the system in lawful money of the United States contain a true and perfect with the food or drinL. proceedings of said City Council on the the wonderful Zemo for all skin afA Cal'Sino Powucp of America, with interest thereon at matter of City bonds to be issued by top rft the rate of five per cent per annum, said City, and that same is taken and flictions, you get a free trial cake of ana anotner ior nogs. pacKeu in payable annualy upon the first day of copied Zemo Soap, the best medicated soap metal cans, can't dry up. lose from th& record book ot tne stremrth op SDOil liko otVrs and May of each year, until the payment produced; also their guide book on how costs no more. It is all medicine and truarantecd too. of the principal hereof, upon presenta- said council. hand the seal of the City to care for the skin and remove all Witness my How to Tell tion and surrender of the proper couPHOXE &3-23rd. 1912. Written to be undcrst-c- d rnd given free to live trace of disease. Zemo soap lathers pons therefor hereto attached. Both of Lancaster, this July Office oyer F. G. Hart's furniture store. pape illustrated book, by our stock owners, our Smith, consulting VettnnariaiCshowinffhow to know and principal and interest hereof one pay- Logan R. Clerk of City Council. fine, makes the hands smooth, is a showing how to cure d ;eases in Horses, Cattle. Lancaster, Kentucky. able at Providence Savings Banff and Sheep. Sw na and Poultry, together with ot.r 11 dandy head wash and you will grow to Remedies, including Trust Co. in the City of Cincinnati H. T. Logan, Mayor. depend upon it. Zemo liquid cures all REsanaitiE Ohio. Our guarantied remedy for Ring Bones. Spavins skin irritations and makes children Splints or any bony enlargements. This bond is one of a series of one THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) hundred and twenty bonds, of like dehappy. Return the bottle of Zemo if Baltimore, Md., U. S. A. nominations, tenor and effect, except Emerson's Advice to Writers. you don't like it and get your 25 cents Kcr Sato by IBiMHBH as to maturity, numbered consecutiveyou learn to write, 'tis In the as it is fully guaranteed by druggists If C. & J. E Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. ly from one to one hundred and twenty street you must learn You must freboth inclusive, aggregating Twelve quent the public square There you everywhere, and in Lancaster by R. Agents wanted in other towns. Thousand Dollars in amount, and is ismust defend your eery view and at- E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store. sued under authority of the general Zemo and Zemo Soap are prepared laws of the State of Kentucky parti- titude. The people and not the col- by E. W. Rose Medicine Co , St..Louis, I?. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician lege Is the writer's home. Keep In cularly section 3647 of the Kentucky Glassed Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Mo., and their guarantee is as good as Statutes, and by virtue of an ordinance touch with your fellow man. gold. duly passed by the Council of the City An Ordinance. Registered Jersey Bull Foxy Alex 103717. HENRY. I a two-third- J t Dr. D. F. Smith Physician & k Surgeon. Dr. R. L Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. urn of Mowers Foster-Milbur- fac-simil- e J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer LWare McRoberts. 1-- m two-thir- o. Right Is Right Uu-To-D- and W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. fac-simi- le 4 I Cholera Posts W Hogs ansi Poultry J. W. SWEENEY LIVERY, E FEED and SALE STABLE. V B- IT. "WALTER. 25-ce- nt H. J. T1NSLEY, J. County Surveyor. CO Cal-Sl- HERE'STHEHOG of Lancaster, entitled; Ordinance Providing For The Issuance of Twelve Thousand Dollars of BUENA VISTA DR. Wm. 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