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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 16, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912081601_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 16, 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. y -- HT THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND O00D GOVERNMENT & v. TWENTY THIRD YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 16, 1912. Lost between Crab Orchard and Lancaster, Sunday Aug; 11th, Roman Gold hat pin, Lion head with ball and tos-shancinjr to mouth. Reward if re- turred to Misss Joan Mount or Central Record Lancaster. el NUMBER 19. V $33S&?;S33eS33g33& Unfermented Wine or Grape Juice. We can save you MONEY on a Mrs. Hughes Secures Premium. Pick your grapes, then wash, put on stove and boil until seeds begin to come out, then put in sack and strain. To every quart of juice add one large tea cup s sugar, then boil skim and cork tight in jar or bottle. Mrs RebeccaWest Public Sale Of LAND And Personal Property. As agents for R. M. Moss, we will offer his farm and personal property for sale on the premises on. V- - BrightenUp & XHFDWiMiuimPjim&VjDmwn - BUGGY and HARNESS They Must Go. Come and Look over our stock of "Jack" Hayden Dead. Mr. A. J. Hayden who formerly resided near Point Leavell in this county and was one of our best citizens, but who moved to Boyle county about eight years ago, is dead of a comlica-tio- n of diseases at the age of seventy years. His remains were interred in the Buffalo cemetry at Stanford. Mr. Announcement. Has Been Very Successful. Mrs. M. D. Hughes was awarded a premium at the Danville Fair on a Dr. J. J. Byrne the optician closes a piece of needle work of her own makseveral weeks engagement in Lancasing. The article was a calico quilt and ter tomorrow, the 17th, which date was a marvel of needle craft and a will be tha last opportunity for the thing of beauty and won over eighteen present to secure his services. Dr. entries. Byrne tells us he has met with splendid success since his stay in Lancaster School Per Capita Reduced. and hopes to make a return trip here As the result of the state revenue in the near future. failing to come up to the estimate furnished the State Superintendent of "Tom" Helm Keeping Up His Reputation. Public Instruction, and upon which he Cap't G. T. Helm, formerly chief of school tax for the bases the police in Danville who has recently been state, the per capita has been reduced as Assistant State Fire from $4.40 to $4. for the current school appointed Marshal is sustaining his reputation year. for being a terror to evil doors, re"AH Roads Lead To Lexington." cently he in company with Jordon Peel Everybody headed for Lexington of Nicholasville, another assistant this week to attend the big Blue Grass Fire Marshal, and himself some sleuth, Fair which began Monday and continues have unearthed a considerable scandal throughout the ' week. Many attrac- in connection with the burning of severtions are offered the out of town throng al barns and a dwelling at Mayfield and cheap railroad rates are in effect. Ky. Two prominent and wealthy men Lancaster is furnishing her quota to of that city have been arrested charged with the crime. the Blue Grass Capitol. Colored Fair. per-capital """ "vtf tf -- su v-, I Vi WEDNESDAY, SEPT 4th, 1912.. The farm contains 98 acres of very fertile land, 1 mile north of Bryants-vill- a on the Lexington pike and near the Camp Dick Robinson section, famous for its fertile soil, its splendid location and its attractive appearance. The farm is 9 miles from Danville, 10 miles from Lancaster and 4 miles from Kentucky river over which stock and farm products may be shipped to market. The land grows all crops abundantly, the improvements are first class, a beautiful residence, large tobacco and stock barn and other necessary I HARDWARE. You will be surprised. Our Motto Live & Let Live. ' Mr. L. C. King will be ordained to deconship ot the Baptist church at Lancaster next Sunday Aug. 18th 1912. The entire membershsip is requested to be present. Those who have not yet given their mission contribution for District and State will hand it to Mr. Holtzclaw or give it at the church 0. P. Bush. next Sunday. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. SXmCg3S33S33C Optical Skill of the Highest Order. We have known Dr. J. 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 B. and T. W. of Eldorado, Ark., Mrs. HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, Agents. R. E. Rowland and four children, Fay, Lancaster, Ky. Mayme Ruth, Robert Elmore and Mar- Col. I. M. Dunn. Auctioneer. tha of Eldorado Ark., Mrs. E. H. Smith and three children. Forest. RobhisTatients. ert and Anna Mae of Birmingham Ala., Standard Optical Co.' James Henry and son Felix Brank- - of C. A. Culbertson, Prop. Eldorado Ark.. Mrs. H. D. Bowers of Dr. J. J. Byrne is now at Lancaster Texarkana Ark, Allen D. Henry of and will remain until Aug., 17. Office Birmingham Ala. and Robert E. Henry Hospital Building. of Lancaster. It is a great comfort to this splendid couple to have gathered buildings. The interjurban line will soon run through this section giving connection with Lexington and other cities. The proposed electric plant, on Dix river a few miles from the farm will furnish power and light for that section. The owner has an offer to engage in business in a City is the reason for selling. The farm will be shown any time by the owner or undersigned. Sale begins at 9:30 o'clock a. m. and The colored Fair was held here on the farm will be offered first. The last Friday and Saturday and was a personal property consists of 1 pair of great success, despite the rain. A mules, 15J hands, four and six years splendid show of stock was had, liberal old; 1 pair 15$ hand four year old horse premiums were offered and good crowd mules; 1 mare and horse colt; 1 mare was in attendence. The music was and mare mule colt; 1 family horse good and the colored people enjoyed seven years old; 1 fresh Jersey cow and themselves to the utmost. There was heifer calf; 2 Jersey heifers and calves; no drunkenness or disorder of any kind, 3 Jersey cows three year old; 1 registerand the people of the city are fast ed Jersey Bull 20 months old; 1 Jersey coming to congratulate themselves heifer fresh in January; 1 Jersey heifer that large crowds, both white and five months old; 1 sow and six pigs; 3 colored, may congregate here for any sows will farrow betore sale; nine 80 and all purposes without fear of dis- lb shoats; 1 Deering binder good as turbance of any kind. new; 1 McCormack mower; 1 sweep rake; 1 riding cultivator, 3 Mr. and Mrs. Solon B. Henry Have A double shovel plows, 2 number 12 VulHomecoming. e can plows; 1 wagon good as new; 2 sets of wagon harness; 1 rubber Mr. and Mrs. Solon B. Henry are rejoicing in a homecoming which has tire phaeton; 1 runabout; 1 twohorse drawn to them for a short stay the fol- corn planter new and other articles too lowing of their children and grand- numerous to mention. About 40 acres of corn will be sold to children: Mrs. J. A. Rowland and be fed down. Terms announced on daughter Mary of Eldorado, Ark., Mrs. F. W. Miles and two children, Solon day of sale. two-horse If your house, or barn, or buildings of any sort, need painting, don't put it off. Now this spring is the time to paint. A building that is kept protected from the weather, damp, sun and so on, will outlast by years a building that is allowed to go unpainted or poorly painted. It is much better business to save the building you have than buy a new one. And besides this, well painted buildings are much pleasanter to live in, and bring a much higher price if you should want to sell than dingy , unpainted buildings. To arrive at the cost of painting, figure the number of square feet 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 year out. S. y. P. is honestly made of the best raw materials obtainable, and will ntnvc mnri- - pmnnm. ical and satisfactory to the man who pays the bill than either hand mixed lead and oil or the "cheat) d paint." We are agents tor t Paint, Prepared ready-mixeSherwin-Willia- If Your House Needs Painting UseS. VV. f. we will be glad to dis cuss the paint ana var- Wil.l JUU. Ib.W.f.J Al HASELDEN BROTHERS. We are putting in a full line of two-hors- Heating1 and Cooking1 Public Sale Of LAND And Personal Property. Your I Account v, Was Due duly 1st I need the Money badly, to meet my obligations. If your account is not settled at once, I shall place SAME For COLLECTION. H. T. LOGAN $& ,sw vi: A vari -- about them their entire family of two As agent for L. H. Brown, we will generations and we sincerely hope that they may live to see many more such offer his farm and personal property for sale on the premises on gatherings. THURSDAY, AUGUST 29th, 1912 Please Return The Books. The farm consists of 342$ acres of On last Saturday afternoon Mr Cron-le- y rich tobacco, hemp, wheat, corn and Broaddus had selected some books grass land, located near the Lancaster from the traveling library in the School & Lexington pike, 9 miles from DanSuperintendent's office which is pro- ville, 9 miles from Lancaster and 3 vided for the use of the rural schools miles from Bryantsville, Garrard Counand which is the pcoperty of the state; ty Ky near the noted Camp Dick Robthe books were in a box which Mr. inson section. It has splendid improveBroaddus placed on the sidewalk and ments, consisting of 2 story. 8 room inadvertently placed on the top of the dwelling besides kitchen and porches, J box a card reading "Free To All," 1 stock barn, 2 eight acre tobacco which card was intended for use in the barns, 2 cribs, cow house, ice house school in connection with the use of and granary and all other necessary the books. He went for his horse and out buildings, good orchard'and 2 ten-nawhen he returned to his dismay a crowd houses. The farm is very ferhad congregated and were following tile and productive and in high state of out the text of the card and helping cultivation as shown by the present themselves to the books; Mr. Broad- crops: 50 acres in wheat stubble, 50 in dus explained the situation and succeed- young clover and J .nothy, 50 in old ed in securing the return of all the clover and timothy, 15 in tobacco, 70 books except the following:- - "Animal in corn and 100 acres or more in blue Life," "Rural School Agriculture," grass, 6 never failing springs on the "Lessons For farm and well at the dwelling. The "The Snow Baby," Little Junior Citiz ns, "Robin Hoood," land will be offered in two tracts of and "Little Lord .Faudtleroy." These 142$ acres and 200 acres and then ofbooks hadrdisappeared while Mr Broad-wa- s fered as a whole. gone. Any person who may have The farm will be shown at any time taken them through mistake will kind- by the owner or undersigned. Sale bely return them to Mr Broaddus or to gins at 10 o'clock sharp and the land the School Superintendent. will be offered first. The personal prop160 stock ewes and Burton Succeeds In Winning A Couple Of erty consists of bucks; 3 yearling Jersey heifers; 1 JerNice Purses At Danville Fair. sey steer calf; 2 Jersey heifer calves; 1 The Danville Fair of last week was a two year old Jersey bull; lsix year old lf splendid exhibition, there being the best Jersey cow; 1 four year old cow, 1 four year old short hdrn Jersey; show of stock seen there in years, but 1 four year the rain kept the crowds away and cow; 1 aged mare mule; old mare mule; 1 yearling horse mule; marred the proceedings to a great extent, Mr. W. B. Burton captured the 1 weanling horse mule; fifteen 60 lb. farfirst prize in the Champion roadster shoats; 3 sows and pigs; 2 sows to marow; 1 male hog: 1 Deering hemp ring with Mat Cphen second, Briggs of 1 Shelbyville third, and Abe Coleman chine; 1 marker; 6 hemp brakes; steel 1 Deering fourth. He also captured the blue in roller; 1 walking cultivator; folding binder; 1 two 1 the Roadster Mare or Gelding ring binder; Deering sweep rake; 1 cider mill; 1 grindwith Cohen second and Lawrence Rod-ge- horse 1 third. Forest Stapp won the 3 stone; 1 corn shelter; McCormack lawn mower; 1 year old roadster ring with Rodgers wagons; 1 second. The Danville Advocate con- buckeye mower; 2 Kemp No. 3, 20th Century Manure tains the following complimentary .no spreader, good as new; 2 Chattanooga tice about Burton's road horse ring Disc plows; 2 Brown riding cultivator; "The much anticipated roadster 1 tobacco at the Danville Fair yesterday 1 Beraiscorn planter;setter; 12 Vulcan 3 No was won by W. B. Burton, of Lan- Avery 1 Disc caster, with his greaThorse, 'Reala-ta- ., turning plows; 1 hillside plow; 1 clod masher; 1 Kentucky There were sev6n entries and Harrow; 1 Kenthe contest was a hot one. Among Disc drill; 1 Hoosier Disc drill; tucky drag drill for wheat or hemp; 1 those horses shown were State Fair and winners with marks of 2:08 and other Champion hay rake; 1 cutting box other things too numerous to mention. animals of note. Mr. Burton will take his horse to Lexington at once where About 80 acres of corn. Terms and date of possesion of farm he will be exhibited at the Blue Grass on Fair and it goes without saying that announced on day of sale. Dinner ground. 'Realata" will get his share of the the money. He is one of the best horses HUGHES & SWINEBROAD Agents, Lancaster, Ky. being shown in the fair circuit this Auctioneer. year." . .Col. I. M.JDunn, nt and expect to sell them at rock bottom prices. See me before you buy. STOVES J. EOMANS. Wire Drawn Tungsten BLB0TRI6 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 W. one-ha- light. STORMES DRUG STORE ,- -y-- ,,, ra one-hor- se two-hor- se (0) two-hor- se For $1.50 Per Gallon We will sell you the :- two-hor- se Best Paint made ancT GURANTEE every drop of it. I R. E. McRoberts C& Son. JS - s -- ; rUA. ."i V --- ll TheCentral Record Splendid rains the latter part of last Mr. Jack Dnnn Former Prominent Citizen P-rM- f .imiigrmMu gMmm&iEtiH We are publishing 4s our. local col-uis week added to the already splendid this week a cupy of a circular Of The Bryantsville Neighborhood sued bv the various candidates, who prospect for a bumper corn crop in the incorporated. IHI are now councilmen, just previous to county. Dies At His Home In LexingThe Big Piano Con$1.00 a year. Issued Weekly. the election in November 1911. In ton And Buried Here. various signa- Teachers Choosen For Consolidated test Closes. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. that circular over their tures these gentlemen set forth in Schools. Mr. Jack Dunn until a few years one Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., unmistakable terms their attitude upon s at The County Board met last Saturday of the most prominent and respected Only A Little More Than A Month as Mail Matter. the various questions which were that time exDected to come before the and employed teacher for the new con- citizens of Garrard county, and who We have added to our business a Member Kentucky Press Association true was solidated school at Paint Lick. Prof. lived near Bryantsville, died last FriWhich To Work. council. This circular it-i- s day at his home in Lexincton and his and not signed by the entire council, the Louis Clifton of Bowling Green Ky., were brought here on Satur Eighth District Publishers League. name of one at that time candidate, who comes highly recomended was remains day by Auto hearse, and after a beauThe Record's big Piano Contest clos and who was elected with the others, chosen as Principle. The county High tiful prayer and short funeral cere- es at 4 o'clock p. m., September 23rd, Ky., August 16, 1912. Lucasler, we refer to Capt. Herndon, was not School will be in connection with the monies by Rev. Mark Collis, who ac- only a little more than a month remains signed to this circular; however five, a new Consolidated School, which will acworking majority, sufficient to carry have an eight months term each year. companied the remains here, were in which to work, but much may be in the Lancaster cemetery. complished in that length of time if the and will keep in stock at all times all grades Rates For Political Announcements out any measure they might wish "to The new building is expected to be interred He is survived by his wife, who was proper amount of energy is put into ? 5.00 pass, DID sign it, and the eyes of the completed about the 10th of October For Precinct and City Offices of 10.00- - public are now focused upon that five, and it is intended that the school begin Miss Laura Philipps, a daughter of the the effort. Let every candidate take r County Offices late Isaac Philipps of Lancaster, two on new vigor and who can tell but that For State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 it is up to them, they are expected to on October 14th, at which time the 'tVif lnsr mnv ho first " Ono mnre Lex. auw ...HJ W.. ...UV. .10 make good these For .Calls, per line vows. good people of Paint Lick are contem- sons, Messrs Jeff and Ike Dunn of ington, three brothers, Mr. Henry week in which to get that 5000 votes .10 The council is guilty of the sin of omis- plating an interesting programme in For Cards, per line Dunn of Danville and Messrs Ben and bonus, and that would help out some of For all publications in the intersion, not that of commission, they have celebration of their splendid new school Thomas Dunn of Bryantsville and one the lagging candidates wonderfully. Now is the time to lay in your winter supply. est of individuals or expressimply been dilatory about taking up facilities. t sister Mrs. Alice Adams of Dallas Tex. The standing of the contestants is the sion of individual views, per this telephone and other matters which Mr. Dunn until a few years ago same as last week, and the vote is as or call at office for prices. Gall No .10 are burning subjects with the citizens line Don't Let It Happen Again. when because of failing health he sold follows: 05 and taxpayers who elected them, and Obituaries, per line The citizens of Lancaster who are his farm and removed to Lexington, nushine them to a successful finish. constantly being urged .by the ministers LANCASTER DISTRICT. lived near Brvantsville and was one of We firmly believe that the gentlemen of the city to attend church now have DEMOCRATIC TICKET. 342,624 most highly respected citizens in Mary Eliza Holtzclow who compose the city council, one and one on the ministers, they faced on the 33G.404 the entire county. He was a devout Mae Powell all are fair minded, upright gentlemen last Sunday the novel situation of no FOR PRESIDENT 258,273 member of the Christian church, an Kate Ham WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey and have the welfare of the community preaching in the city to attend, and earnest christian gentleman, a. good Katie Mae Dickerson," 230,640 at heart, and they now have a splendid doubtless each and everyone of the de- friend and neighbor and an exemplary Alline Thomas gafrHlSJfrHWIlarrtilarrlJJll jjgMpafrHJftflai 113,584 FOR opportunity to show that this is a fact. linquents will mak,e much of this opcoun85,365 Jennie Cox citizen. While a resident of this Already complications have arisen be- portunity and tell their ministers that THOMAS R. MARSHALL, G1.178 ty Mr. Dunn was ever among the fore- Lilliaji Estes cause of their dilatory tactics in the they were unable to attend worship beOf Indiana 50,325 in the endeavor to advance the Sallie Anderson telephone matter, and some action is cause there was none for them to at most 32,150 interest of the county in every possible Lillie Croucher imperative, already one, and soon there tend. This state of affairs was brought ANNOUNCEMENTS 25,520 way, and the entire county, and es Beulah Mae Beazley. . . will be other companies knocking at about by Eld. Tinder being away on pecially those in his immediate neighborFer Cesgress. our doors and demanding entrance. BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. his vacation, Bro. Bush away holding a hood, regretted his leaving the county. OF LANCASTER. Let us have no more of this delay, protracted meeting, Rev. Brown filling We are authorized to announce Har414,025 Osa Coulter vey Helm as a candidate for Congress no more breaking of council qnorums his regular appointment at Junction 316,675 "LEST WE FORGET." Mary Ellen Farley Capital action, get together and City, that being his off day in Lancasin the eighth district, subject to the to avoid .. . . .267,850 Lucy Campbell formulate some plan of action and ter, and all depending on Dr. Pearce to 218,350 action of the Democratic party. A. R. DENNY, President. carry it out at your next meeting hold Union Service, and that gentle- Platform Upon Which The Present City Flossa May Teater 210,750 Rella Ruble J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. and satisfy your constituents and man was taken ill at the last moment Council Of The City Of Lancaster Far CtemoHwealth Attorney. 198,200 Mary Belle Halcomb S. C. DENNY, Cashier. thereby stop this clamor, and jast and was unable to fill his appointment.. 181,925 Ollie Crawford Was Elected In November We are authorized to announce Emmet clamor we must confess, for some acr. R. T. Emdrv, J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. 177,800 Flora Ruble Puryear as a candidate for Common tion upon the part of the City Council Mr. James G. Burnside Sustains Painful 1911. 157,02o Blanche Stone wealth's attorney, subject to the action of The City of Lancaster. 151,900 Ethel Onstott Injury. of the Democratic party. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. For fear some members of the pres- Clodie Speaks 132,665 Congress has been in session more Mr. James G. Burnside of the Point ent Board of Council may have forgot- Maggie Norris 129.450 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Fer fount; Judge. than 250 days and the Solons tired and Leavel vicinity was so unfortunate one ten, and to refresh the memory of the Ophelia Montgomery 125,600 worn out are anxious to and are strivSamual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Pcsey, J. E. We are authorized to announce Clayday last week as to run a rusty nail al citizens and tax payers who elected Annie Osborne 108,550 ing to bring it to a close this week. ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Counmost completely through his foot and them, we give below "the Confession Mattie Scott Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. 54,600 ty Judge of Garrard County subject to However, if this be effected they will causing a very painful wound. We of Principles," or platform upon which LelaBarnett 54,500 make a record for work, for there are the action of the democratic party. are glad to state however that he is our present council was elected: 51,200 Nancy Johnson several of the big appropriation bills, able to be about with the aid of crutch To The Voters Of The City Of Lancaster. We are authorized to announce bills which provide the funds for the CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. es. James A. Beazley as a candidate for operation of the government for the We are candidates for the office of Mrs. to Mr. Burnside was the The injury .464,605 Dave Newland County Judge of Garrard county, sub- year, yet unpassed, and first one house occasion for bringing out some of the City Council at the election November Lillian Garner 415,380 ject to the action of the Democratic and then the other has tacked onto old folk lore stories of superstition con- 7th. 396,872 Mrs. Dove Garner these measures which will necessarliy party. We think there are important mat- Mamie Holman nected with sticking a rusty nail in the 345.238 have to be agreed upon by both houses foot of man or beast. One of them is ters touching the welfare of the people Susie Butt 270,650 before the bill may be passed. Fer Sheriff. suggested by Mr. Burnside himself of the city that have been up before Eva Fletch 262,040 who a few days previous to his acci- the Council heretofore and will be Ida Lee Campbell We are authorized to announce C. A. 176,316 Mr. J. R. Mount informs us that he dent walked about on a pair of crutches again. Feeling sure that all are in- Cecil Garner tfobinson as a candidate for Sheriff of 156.800 Garrard County, subject to the action will in the near future open a sub- which a neighbor hqd brought to his terested in the proper settlement of Mahala Howard 52.728 scription list for those who may wish place, but quickly laid them aside with these questions, we take this method Hattie Bogie of the Democratic party. 51,870 to subscribe to the Wilson & Marshall the remark that when a well person of making our position known to the Bertha Rogers ,40,594 We are authorized to announce campaign fund. walked on crutches he was sure to public. 39,690 Bessie Reynolds Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff 1st. There has been a constant ef- Nell Davis , r,. at m: mZ. "J U V H Ifai ' meet with an injury at an early date, 0B M.mL .. 2,742 jfef?- iVVAi..... rArrfr-ir- tf of Garrard county, subject to the acAnother Laud Sale. ti fWfvmr j which actually proved true in his case. fort for some time past to secure tion of the democratic party. Last as long as the building, and never need repairs never need any attention, except an Messrs Hughes & Swinebroad report Another one was suggested by Smith through the Council of the City a long "Johnnie" Simpson At Currey's. occasional coat of paint. Just the thing for oil kinds of country bu2ngs. Burnside, an old time colored man who term franchise or right to operate a We are authorized to announce W. the sale of 40 acres of land for Dan Handsome Inexpensive. Can be laid riLl ovc: w ood shingles without dirt or bother. (4) telephone business over our streets and L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard Traylor to W. G. Gooch at $75. per works for Mr. Burnside, who when he Mr. John W. Simpson has accepted a in our city. In all these plans proposcounty, subject to the action of the acre. The land adjoins the farm nowl heard of the accident, immediately position at the grocery of Mr. Theodore Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortrijjht Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. asked "Whar's de nail," and when ed if this Right has been granted there owned by Mr. Gooch. democratic party. Currey and beginning on Monday next Mrs. Burnside informed him that she would have been a considerable raise will be glad to see and serve all of his We are authorized to announce W. S. Good Farms To Be Sold. burned it, he remarked "Lor Miss Ann in the rate over that now being charged. The interest of the county patrons old friends. "Johnnie" Simpson is too Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of In this weeks issue of the Record you ough'nt done that, you ought to would not have been protected, as we well known to the people of Lancaster Garrard county, subject to the action will be found the announcement of hid it in a side of bacon, then Mars deemed same should have been. And and Garrard county to need an introof the Democratic party. Should Lead You sales of two good farms in Garrard Jim would'nt never got lame." The duction as everyone knows that he is latter superstition is a very popular the peoples interest were not "properly ever ready with a pleasant word and county and also a lot of splendid per to deposit your money d as we thought they should Fw Assessor. sonalty, including machinery, farming one among a great many people, and in a good bank rather have been. Those of us upon the cheerful service. implements & C. Either of these is a the theory is applicable to a beast as present We are authorized to announce Dave than keep it where it is board opposed the granting of well as to a man. C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor splendid opportunity for any one desiryour franchise to any Telephone Com- Change Of Officers At National Bank Of exposed to all kinds of ing to purchase a good Garrard county . of- Garrard county subject to the ac- -' pany under the conditions and forms risks If the Garrard farm and the stock and implements Number Of Students Eligible To Enter as suggested. Lancaster. tion of. the democratic psrty. If elected; we pledge & Trust Co. offered Bank with which to operate it. ourselves to the people that we will State College Not limited To ApWe are authorized to announce Mr. At a meeting of the directors of the no other inducement not favor any Telephone franchise in National Bank of Lancaster held in "Uncle Sam" Not Paying Promptly. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomipointment Of County Superinwhich the rates of charges are not their rooms on the 6th inst. the than a sure place to nation of Assessor of Garrard County, Considerable hardship is being workfixed, in which the rate is increased resignation of Mr. J. F. Robinson, keep your cash it would subject to the action of the democratic ed among the pensioners tendent. because of above the present rate charged, and in Jr., as Assistant Cashier of that party. be well worth while to open an account there, but it offers the fact that the quarterly "August which these interests are not fully institution was accepted, and Mr. R. many others. Come and ask any of the officers what they We are authorized to. announce J. B. draw" is not yet forthcoming. Under The following letter recently receiv d and protected, to the full T. Embry who has long served as the Collier as a candidate for the nomina- the recent resolution extending last fed by the County School Superintend extent of our power and ability. are. Three per cent paid on time deposits. efficient book keeper was selected to tion for assessor of Garrard county, years appropriation, a good many pen- ent from the Chairman of the Ken2nd. The Council has submitted to succeed him. Mr. J. Lewis Gill who subject to the action of the democratic sions were paid, but that has been ex- tucky State College is self explanatory a vote of the people of the City the has been engaged as a supernumerary Party. ; hausted and the remainder will not be and will be a source of great gratifica- question of whether Bonds shall be isabout the bank for many years and is We are authorized to announce W. paid until Congress passes the pension tion to many students in the county sued to extend the Water Works to familiar with every detail of the busiL. Huffman for a candidate for assess- bill which will provide funds. The who are desirous of matriculating at Dix River. Upon that question you ness was chosen to succeed Mr. Embry. will vote as you see fit. If you vote to or of. Garrard county subject to the government fiscal year ends June 30th that institution. It is with sincere regret that both B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. and it is customary for Congress to "I wish you would inform all stud- extend the Water Works and select us the officers and patrons of this sterling action of the Democratic 'party. pass the various supply bills before ents who are qualified to enter and who to serve you as your officers, we pledge ORGANIZED 1SS3. institution lose Mr. Robinson who has that date, but this year they are late. do not get appointments that they will ourselves to carry out your wishes in been associated with the institution for Fw ScWel SiperiiteriaiL It is thought that the pension and all be received into the University free. of the most practical and economical way many years and was one of the most We are authorized to announce Miss of the other big appropriation measures tuition. No charge of any kind will to be found. efficient young bankers in Central KenJennie Higgins as a candidate for will be passed this week. be 'made against them, except an inOF LANCASTER, KY. 3rd. Those of us upon the present tucky. However, the new officers are School Superintendent for Garrard cidental fee of $10.00. Each of such Council have labored diligently to give thoroughly equipped to take up and Formerly lived In Garrard. CAPITAL; $50,000. county, subject to the action of the SURPLUS $35,000. students will also receive traveling ex- you the best possible streets in the carry on the work of the bank to the Democratic party. The Innerior Journal contains a len- penses for one round trip to and from most economical way at our command. entire satisfaction of its patrons and W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. gthy complimentary article from its the University each year they attend What success has come to our efforts the public. r. Fer Jailer. Preachersville correspondent about Miss for the full session. This arrangement you can best observe by a drive over Mr. Robinson will give his entire atJ. J. Walker, Jr., W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. Annie Barnes, who volunteered to ,as makes only $10.00 difference between our streets and a comperison of the tention to his farm and stock business We are authorized to announce Jack Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- sist in the hay and corn field when appointees and those without appoint- present condition with same as you re- and will probably accompany his brothPrompt Attention. Business Solicited. call the streets when we assumed the er, Mr J. Y. Robinson, south this winter. rard county, subject to the action of hands were scare and the necessity ments. On account of the great number of duties of office. We feel confident was urgent. Miss Barnes until a few the Democratic party. months since lived with her relative students applying and the limited capa- that you will approve our efforts. We J. s. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S.L. Gibb3 Miller Distillery Property Sold. We are authorized to announce Dave Mr Sam Ramsey on the farm of Capt, city of our dormitories for young men, all pledge a continuation of the work Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- J. A. Doty near Point Leavell in this we will not be able to furnish rooms, upon the present plan as nearly as Messrs Richard Burton, Banks HucV rard county, subject to the action of county, and the article does not flatter fuel and lights for the young men who may be at our command. son and W. R. Cook have sold the old the Democratic party. her in any respect. Miss Barnes is not hereafter apply, for the reason that 4th. We pledge, if elected, to give "Pilgrimage Distillery" property, of the only Garrardcounty girl who lent our dormitories for young men are al- our best efforts to serving the interest which they were the joint owners, to a willing and able hand in the saving ready full. Arrangemenis have been of the people in all matters that may Messrs Ed and Ben Hughes for $6500. Notice! Poultry Raisers Magistrate. Ftr of the crops recently when labor was made whereby names, location, and come before us, and to continue to The Hughes Bros, already own a tract We. are authorizea to announce all but unobtainable, and it was no un prices of all boarding houses, rooms give you a quiet, orderly City by the of land adjoining the still house proper4-11- -44 John N. White, as a candidate for common occurance to see a pretty Miss for rent, student clubs, etc. are kept strict enforcement of your city laws. ty and the latter which contains about .Magistrate, first district of d in the hay field mounted upon a horse in this office, so that a student upon We respectfully submit to your con- twenty acres added to their other CURES county, subject to the action of dragging hay shocks, arrival may find board and lodging at sideration, and solicite your confidence property will give them one of the the democratic party. reasonable rates. This Oct 20, 1911. most desirable small farms in the Cholera. Canes. Limberneck. Roup, Canker,, and support The Original Wilson Man. The members of the Young Men's B. F. Walter, H. C. Hamilton, W. county. We understand that the buildWe are authorized to announce Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Christian Association will meet all M. Zanone, ,R. P. Gregory, G. S. ings will be dismantled for the lumber (Frankfort State Journal.) for yean and iHnlit tHebert WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for MagMia Katie Bryant. Bankown. Ky.. uys: "I have ujed Recipe 1 trains and assist the students in being Greenleaf. poultry remedy made. Itcurejsapesandlimberneckwthoutraij. in the first district of Garrard which they contain, with the exception The real name istrate 44 dropped down the MM gapm3 "One drop of Recipe VUlCoomrt.Bardaown.Ky..iay lilt the belt preventwe 1 hare ever ud. Of the brick distillery proper, which County, subject to the action of the ''original Wilson located. ciucken iSinhe worm and retfeTM the cKckinriantly. Indian Killed On Track. Hoping Guaranteed by J. Robu Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Price 50c at all Drohtt. democratic party. will be remodeled into a residence. A man" called on Governor McCreary enable all that this arrangement will your students to take adSOLO BY yesterday. He is Joseph Mount, of Near Rochelle, 111., an Indian went clause in the deed from the owners of vantage of this opportunity for an eduWe are authorized to announce Ship-to-n R. E. McRoberts & Son. Garrard, who wore a Wilson Badge to track and was the property at the time it was last to sleep on a IL Eates.as a candidate for Mag-stra- the Democratic platform convention at cation, and thanking you for the ef- killed by the railroad fast express. He paid utilized as a distillery binds them and jn the first district of Garrard Louisville fort you are making to assist us, I am his Jife. Of- their assigns never to again manufacin June, 1911. He wore subject to the action of the on that occasion to see how many Wi!it Very respectfully, W. T: Laffity Chair- for his carelessness with . county, ten its that way when people neglect ture whisky upon the property. The democratic party. son men he could "flush" in the con man." coughs and colds. Don't risk your life land is highly productive, lies well and and satisfied himself that when prompt use of Dr. King's New contains a lake of splendid water, We are authorized to announce vention. Are Ever At War. sentiment was strong. Discovery will cure them and so pre- which renders it a very desirable piece ' Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Wjlson badge to Gov. Wilson, He sent the and There are two things everlastingly vent a dangerous throat or lung trouble. of property for farming purposes, and Magistrate in the second district of learned that he was the first man in at war, joy and piles. But Bucklen's 'It completely cured me, in a short it could well be utilized as a site for Garr&xl county, subject to the action Kentucky to subscribe to the Wilson Arnica Salve will banish piles. It soon time, ot a terrible cough that followed some kind of a manufacturing plant as of the democratic party. campaign fund. He helped carry Gar- subdues the itching irritation, inflam- a severe attack of Grip," writes J. R. it lies alongside the railroad just outWe are authorized to announce Tay-J- rard county for Wilson; and went to mation or swelling. It gives comfort, Watts, Floydada, Tex., "and I gained side the city limits and a connection by the State convention as a Wilson dele- invites joy. Greatest healer of burns, 15 pounds in weight that I had lost." switch is already made to the L & N T. Burdett as a candidate for second .djstrict .of Gar- gate. "It was some lonesome being a boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises, eczema, Quick, safe, reliable and guaranteed. track. The sale was negotiated through inthe rard county, subject to the action of Wilson delegate there?" he said, "but scalds, pimples, fkin eruptions. Only 50c and ?1.00. Trial bottle free at R. Messrs Hughes & Swinebroad the real J Lancaster, Ky, Office Phone 1 8. Home Phone , there is plenty of company now." 25cts at R. E. McRoberts & Son. itbe. democratic party. lm E. McRoberts & Son. lm estate agents. ms -- September 23rd antiilpM LO Second-Clas- Coal Yard 47 T - .r pre-electi- Garrard Milling Go. a gls VICE-PRESIDEN- T. THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. "! $ $SurpIus 25,000. Book-Keepe- At-'- f UTiT?-- " fitf 2 L -- - Ml 0 - - 'fJ f Fire-pro- of Prudence safe-guarde- , safe-guarde- The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. i e Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- r in-th- e Gar-.rar- Wty ;s?.aSTr Mfg.-lnd 4-- 44 J dyed-in-the-wo- 1 -- blown-in-the-bott- le , te, W. O. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer. 33. or Mag-'Utra- te -- ? -- T"?y"V .. . -- L, is . t "V V. fc 7 c Take & II IS stay at Martinsville, Ind in search of 1 W. S. Ferguson of Covington is here relief from an attact of rheumatism. YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I He stopped in Louisvilie for a visit ;to for a several days visit. his son, Judge H. W. Batson, who is V. KI Miss Alice Dyche of London is the confined in a hospital with a mild at i "a ai guest of her aunt, Mrs Henry Moore. tact of 'fever. Highest market price paid for eggs THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1912. J. Paul Miller is at home for a visit Miss May Powell left today (Friday) and Butter. Phone 70 S. D. Turner at 2 o'clock, p. m. A Brief Mention of the Comings and from Annapolis where he has been for a visit to Danville Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. relatives. I will Sell my Farm at Public Sale teaching. Great Labor Savers. I want 100 country hams and 1000 lbs located in Garrard County four and S. S. Short of Shelbyville was the of country bacon. Hon. John W. Baker of Plattsburg guest for several days Phone 70. miles from Lancaster on the of Miss Knapp S. D. Turner. Mo. has been visiting relatives here Mrs W. H. Brown is in Mt. Vernon Sugar Creek pike, containing 166 West. this week. visiting relatives and friends. acres, improvements consist of two Mrs. Lynn of Stanford, has been the For Sale: I will sell privately at Misses Rella Arnold and Iva Lee recent guest of her daughter Mrs. my home on Water street a lot of gar- story frame dwelling in good repair, W. C. Price of Danville is paying a Walter A. Wood Self Dump, Steel Rakes $20.00. 1 Tobacco barn 120x40 ft. and other Smith are inspecting late 'style millin- John M. Mount. visit to Mr and Mrs Ed. Price. den tools, hoes, rakes, etc and a lot of improvements. ery in the cities. good carpenters tools, planes, saws, etc Miss Mary Marshbanks is Miss Letty Mae McRoberts was in .. This is a very productive Farm all in Miss Sallie Adams of Shelbv Citv Lexington Monday for the "luncheon" all in first class condition. ill at her sisters at Hackley, Ky. grass but 40 acres, fine for Wheat, Mrs. James Hill. is with Miss Mattie Estes assisting her given by Mrs. Collins. Tobacco, Corn, Bluegrasa and Clover. Miss Elizabeth Gibbs is in Richmond in dress making. Ensilage Cutters. Gas Engines and Mrs R. E. Hughes and little daughter I represent the Knoxville Nursery Co TERMS: Easy and made known visiting her cousin Miss Lucile Gibbs. Mr. Sim Bourne is in Lexington vis- Margerite Elkin Hughes will motor to of Tenn, I can supply you with high on day of sale. For futher informaMrs Mattie P. Frisbie is in Danville iting his sister Mrs. C. H. Clark and Lancaster this week for a visit. grade flowers, shrubs, rhubarb, aspar- tion write me. visiting Mrs W C. Price and family. attending the fair. N. H. BOGIE, 376 S. Upper St. agus, roses, vines, all kinds of ornaMrs Chas Davis of Florida and Miss Lexington, Ky.' mental and fruit trees. I solicit your Mrs J. E. Nevius and Mrs Maurice Annie Margerite Elkin left this week Mrs Ada Kinnaird left Monday to I. M. Dunn Auct. orders for fall delivery. Phone 2C0 inspect the latest style millinery in Dudley have gone to Dry Ridge to to visit Mrs Leila Montgomery in Louis Ja5. A. Royston, Agent. spend several days. Cincinnati. ville. Dr. Grover C. Ross of Berry, HarMiss Angie Kinnaird is enjoying a Mr and Mrs J. Roe Young returned Co visit in the home of Miss Clara Cooper rison county, is the guest of his father to their home in Maysyille Fruit after severin Stanford. Joe A. Ross at Nina. al weeks stay with Mr and Mrs W. G. Mr James Hilton has returned home Anderson. Mrs D. M. Lackey was in Danville the past week with Mr and Mrs Her- after a short visit to friends in Brod-hea- d Garrard Circuit Court. 3 Misses Allie Yantis and cousin Miss and Middlesboro. bert Price. Alice Walker, Plaintiff. Bessie Yantis of Indianapolis left WedVs Notice Asparao Mrs Thomas Dunn of Texas and Ella Misses Alma Holtzclaw and Emily nesday for a visit to Mrs G. C. Riffe 09 Dunn J. B. Walker et al, Defendants. of Danville are visiting Mrs Murphy of Stanford, Ky., are the in Hustonville. 52! We make a specialty of your needs and guest of Miss Sallie T. Smith. Thomas Adams. All persons having claims against the Mr. and Mrs. H, Clay Sutton enter- partnership of T. B. Walker and J. B. Miss Margurite Walker of Lebanon Little Harold Lawton Tinsley of write a policy especially adapted for your tained at a course spent Sunday with his grand- the guest of honor dinner Wednesday Walker (firm composed of the partners is the guest of her parents Mr and" Mrs being Dr. and Mrs. T. B. Walker, deceased and J. B. Walparents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Conn, property. It will pay you to investigate our O Stephen Walker. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and James M. Staughton of Covington. a ker) will present same to the underMr and Mrs G. C. Riffe and daughMiss Tommie West of Speedwell Garden. Our prices may interest you special policy. Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden signed properly proven on or before came Monday for a visit to Mr and ter and Miss Isa Floyd of Hustonville August 18th, 1912. Witness this day Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. were guests Sunday of Miss Allie Yan-ti- children and Mrs. Charles Burdette of July 24, 1912. Mrs Alex West. ' W. H. BROWN, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma motored to Master Com Gar Circuit Court. Miss Kathleen Hanley of Nicholas-vill- e Lexington Wednesday for the fair. Dr. and Airs. J. M. Staughton leave H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. is over for a visit to Miss Minnie Mrs. R. E. McRoberts gave an eleSunday for Covington after several Brown and sister. Garnett Kemper. PAINT LICK, KY. R. G. Woods. stay with Mrs. H. A. B. Marks- - gant dinner party Sunday to a number Lexington, Kentucky. Mr Jno. L. Sanders and bride of weeks OS of guests, the honoree being Mrs. bury. Tornado Fire. Hail. Insurance. Richmonikwere the guests of Mrs,; Sadie Chairs Davis of Jacksonville, Lemon Teater last week. Prof. Cassady of Madison Female Flor. Richmond was here this Aetna, National Of Hartford. Wm. Ross Bastin and Mrs Bastin Institute, Mrs. B. C. Rose of Bryantsville were in Hustonville Sunday the guest week in the interest of that institution. served an elaborate course dinner of Miss Sadie Baughman. FEMALE COLLEGE Miss Martha A. Stephens is visiting Thursday to the following guests, Miss Misses Alma Tate and Margerite Pat-to- n Bessie Yantis of Indianapolis, Miss As executor of the will of Jerome MJ.LLERSBURG. of Monticello are visiting Misses her sisters Miss Allie B. Brown of Sue Shelby Mason, Miss Lucy Walker KENTUCKY. Louisville and Mrs. Wm.' Steele n Layton, I will on the premises of the Mary and Jennie Rankin. Doty and Bernie Lear of City. of Aurora, Ind. home tract in Garrard County, Ken- An Attractive Home School For Girls. Miss Joan Mount left this week for a Mrs Joe A. Elsener and pretty little tucky, on Back Creek and on County Misses Minnie Brown and guest Miss Pupils are surrounded with an atmos visit of several weeks to relatives in Hanley of Nicholasville and Miss Min- children, Misses Mary, Clementine Lo- road leading from McCreary to Nina, phere of culture, wholesome fellowship La Grange and Cincinnati. nie Gulley are enjoying a rest at Drip- retta and Master JohnNNepomuck left near Bethel Church on and safe religious environment. New Mr and Mrs S. G. Haseldon and Mrs ping Springs. Thursday for their home in Charleston, buildings combining all conveniences. SATURDAY, SEPT. 7th, 1912. H. T.. Logan motered to Nicholasville West Va., after a visit of several Health record unsurpassed. Academic Mesdames Arthusa Currey, John L. weeks to her parents Mr and Mrs N. at 2 o'clook p. m. offer for sale two and College for a short stay last week. Entrance courses. Music Anderson of Washington City and Jas. Miller. tracts of land owned by said Layton at Department under a skilled artist train Mr and Mrs L. P. Wilkerson and Y. Currey of Louisville are the guest the time of his death. ed in Germany. Lecture and concert children of Lexington are guests Misses of Mrs C. A. Robinson. Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. An announcement of interest to One tract contains about 68 acres and course. Domestic Science. Expenses Bessie and Willie Wilkerson. friends here is that of Miss Lucile the other 10 acres. 1 rod and 26 poles. for board, tuition, etc lower than any Mesdames Wm. Champ and Henry Dawes of Georgetown and Mr Owen The latter tract has good dwelling other school of like grade. Send for Judge Rhodes Shackelford wife and Moore of this place and Miss Alice Marshall Moreland the wedding to house and out building. The former mother of Richmond were recent visi- Dyche of London left Wednesday to catalog. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. occur in October: The prospec- tract has tenant house, barn, in good tors of Mrs John Shackelford and little visit friends in Paint Lick. Millersburg, Ky. tive bride's mother formerly lived in state of cultivation, 35 acres in rye beson. Mrs Charles Ballew of this city won this county and is a cousin of Mr H. ing fed to hogs, remainder in corn, to: : : Mr and Mrs T. M. Wilson have rebacco and grass. Any one desiring to two premiume last week at the Dan- Clay Sutton. turned to Bowiing Green after a visit ville Fair. One on see the tracts, apply to undersigned, her excellent cake Mr. Ed C. Gaines, wife and son left When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. to the latters parents Mr and Mrs J, R. phone No 364-or to Layton family on and the other on beaten biscuits. this week for Detroit, Buffalo and Mount. premises. Good For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered Miss Allie Arnold left this week to other eastern cities for an extended d TERMS. d cash, Miss Sallie Elkin and guest Miss vacation trip. This trip was awarded in one year and in two years Sadie Chairs Davis of Jacksonville join a house party at the home of Miss Mr. Gaines by one of his insurance with interest from date at 6 per cent Flordia, will be with Mrs J. R. Mount Jones whose father is State Principal companies for having written the I VOTE FOR. of the Deaf Institute in Columbus Ohio. this week. greatest amonnt of business in his per annum. Lien to be retained to secure the payment of unpaid purchase Mrs Wm. Lear gave an elegant course territory within a stated period. In Piano Contest. Miss Margerite Kinnaird has joined money. Ten per cent of the purchase dinner last Thursday to a number of her friend Mrs Boyd Winchester The following people from Lexington price will be required to be paid on day of Lebanon for a stay at ZCrab O friends the honor guest being Mrs. Charles Burdette of Broken Arrow, were here Saturday for the funeral of of sale to guarantee good faith in pur The Well Known Optician. chard Springs. the late highly esteemed citizen Mr chase, to be deducted from cash pay" Oklahoma. 0&&9!tsXmPi Mrs Elizabeth' Morgan of Pulaski Jack Dunn, Elder Mark Collis, Broad- ment when deed is made, same to be Miss Evelin Perkins of Richmond, is way Christian church, Mrs Jack Dunn, executed in Lancaster, Ky., at county county is here at the bedside of her daughter Mrs J. M. Acton who con- here the guest of Misses Mary, Clem- Mr and Mrs J. S. Dunn, Mr and Mrs clerks office on Monday, September entine and Loretta Elsener of WestVa. Jeff Dunn and son, Mr and Mrs W. F. 9th, 1912, or as soon thereafter as the tinues quite sick. Any who are visiting their grandparents Mr Woolfolk and daughters Misses Mar parties can meet and comply with Miss Irene Woodson who has been and Mrs N. Miller. terms of sale. gerite and Anna Lee Woolfolk. Miss Patsy Kinnairds guest is with You like from our Mrs Corinne Lee, Miss J. H. POSEY, Executor, Lillian friends in Danville before returning to Mr. and Mrs. N. B. PriceT Mrs. W. McCreary, Kentucky. McClary of Knoxville Tenn, Mrs Nanher home in Middlesboro. timber piles. No need A. Price and T. J., Mr. and Mrs. S. nie Hiatt of Louisville and Mrs Mattie This August 6th. 1912. Mesdames U. D. Simpson, Henry Nevius of Stanford visited J. E. Nevius G. Haselden, Miss Kathleen Walter to spend time in look and Joe F. Price, Mesdames J. B. Simpson, and little Elizabeth Logan and family this week. ing for good ones. Conn, Reuben Scott and daughter Miss Simpson were with friends in LexingMrs Annie James formerly of this Susie Scott of Texas, Misses Lucy and ton the first of the week. Record Every stick in the place now of Louisville has announced Tommie Francis, Lou J. Grant and Misses Lucy Walker Doty of Rich- the engagement of their daughter, Miss Frankye Kauffman, Mrs. Sallie Ross pile is sound, seasonmond nnd Sue ShoJby Mason spent sev- - Margerite Wood to Mr Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted Robert O. Tur- Lawson, and son George Walker Law-so- n JoiJ eral 'Jays this week in the home of Mrs ner of Arcadia Flordia. able and straight. attended the Lexington fair. B. O. Rose at Bryantsville. Mr. and Mrs. George Brown and litRemember that upon the beams depends the house. That's Mr and Mrs J. Agee and son Jesse, tle daughter Elsee are at 'home again Bifocals Business Change. Mr Charles G. Miles and Mr Charles after a visit of six week to why you should get the best which means getting them relatives in Brown of Louisville motored to Lan- Wichita, Kansas., Mr. I have purchased the stock of GroBrown's outing here. a Specialty. caster for a visit to friends. ceries of T. M. Howard on Richmond extended as for as the Pacific coast. first-clastreet and will continue to run a Succeed when everything else fails. Mr. W. B. Burton, Misses Martha Mesdames W, O. Goodloe and James Fourteen Years Experience. In nervous prostration and female grocery in connection with a full and Helen Gill, and Miss Joan Mount Ramsey gave a handsome course dinI1 weaknesses they are the supreme line of notions, etc., and 'ask the pubNow at Lancaster and will motored to Crab Orchard Springs and ner Saturday to Mrs Mattie Dnncan remedy, as thousands have testified. lic to give me a call. I am also in the took supper Sunday evening. remain until and her recent guests Mrs Jones and FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND real estate business and- - will be glad STOMACH TROUBLE Mr. John Greenleaf and daughter daughter of Kansas City, and Miss for you to look ever my list before August 17th. it is the best medicine ever sold Miss Van and Mrs Jennings Greenldaf Mary Grimes of Stanford. Phone 70. buying or selling. over a druggist's counter. Office, Hospital Bldg. Lancaster, Ky and little daughter were guests Sun Mr. R. H."Batson left Sunday for a S. D. Turner. wmmmmmmimmmmimmm day of Mrs Emma Kauffman. Dain Mowers, Sweep Rakes Gossip About People - J Public one-ha- lf Sale. 'ii and HAY STACKERS. Walter A Wood Mowers $40.00. 2-- Buggies at Cost. R. J J. MOUNT, SON & CO. Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance Notice. and Shade Trees attention Farmers. Strawberry Plants, a Mc-Crea- ry Grape Vines, gus, Rhubarb. Roses Peonies, and Phlox. s. KEMPER C& WOODS, " HARTFORD, Public Sale. MILL.ERSBURG Of Land. We Write Anv Kind of Hol-ma- INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZUEY & COLLIER GOOD FOR 1,000 VOTES Q One-thir- one-thir- Specialist. one-thi- rd Dr. J. J. Byrne Pil-li- ps - t&&iit&k& Beam Subscribe for wtybBli I s I ss Electric Bitters Kryptok Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. i l 3s- - s a i Any One Might Write fln Advertisement Like This BUT NO ONE ELSE WOULD OFFER SUCH VALUES AS THESE. 15 Ladies Black Suits. $22.50 $20.00 $18.-5-0 v - $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 off. at one-four- th Ten Novelty Spring Suits which can be bought at 50cts on the Dollar. OXFORDS AND SHOES Watch Our Counter Values. I I Embroidery Flouncihgs going fast, don't overlook this opportunity to get a nice embroidery dress for little money, I AL,L, , THE L,adies JOSEPH Only Exclusive Outfitters In .w.--i . SUMMER FABRICS REDUCED. s MERCANTILE Lancaster. " COMPANY The Fashion Spot. , iw-- ..? . "i. S&. - MUjfcttMWlKiM mimmm .miwm ,r,m .aimWiriiMW i , COME TO THE OLD FASHIONED COUNTY 81; FAIR AT STANFORD Under the Auspices of Diadem Lodge, No. Knights of Pythirs, AUGUST ARROW NITB CLUB AND CftOOOOC)OO0OPOOOCOtOOOOOOOOvO? FACTS 1912 For Catalogue and Particulars, write J. F. CUMMINS, Secretary. Registered Jersey Bull tsnajMimsn HEKWilHHWVi'TTTn'r 1. 4KE and wUw & Sled Lined i T " b-- The speed that breaks your targets nearer the Steel Lined tran. That's why Remington-UMShells have won 13 out of the 15 Handicaps held in the last three years. "duck" with a shorter The speed that gets that lead that's why it takes over 50,000 dealers to handle the demand for Remlngt on- - UMC Steel Lined Shells. The Shooting fraternity are speed wise. They know loose smokeless powder won't drive shot. They know that the drive depends on the compression. shells is gripped in The powder charge in Remington-UMsteel.. This lining is designed to give the exact compression necessary to send the load to the mark quickest. It insures speed the same speed in every shell. The steel liningis moisture proof no dampness can get through. Jar proof no powder can get out. Waste proof no energy is lost. C mile-a-minu- te i C Somebody Ought to Tell Them. The trouble with a good many wives Conclusions And Expectation As To What Is that they don't know that less than 4 "" one woman in every thousand can 6444444444444 manage to look bewitching in a The Council Has Done And Will Do kimono. miles Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two In The Final Adjustment Of o'paco below this beading is for the exclufrom Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike sive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for The Telephone Question. the sale of stock, grain and such things on HOUSEHOLD CARES. Foxy Alex 103717. R. E. CARTIg ier - m mmr I 444444444 &44 444044444 040"V BHol LLO -- farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four The only construction that the public Tax The Woman Of Lancaster The lines, and will be only iu two Issues of the could place upon the signed statement Record, free of charge As Elsewhere. T. A. Elkin made by five members of the present 75 good ewes for sale. HENRY. Memorial Dr. D. F. Smith Physician & NO Same Surgeon. 219. Sue Bennett School. PHONE mr- The Remington. Cnls cut into a good one. For Sale 24 ewes. Ike M. Myer?. Each and Every One a Speed Shell R. L. Elkin sold to Jno. Amon a Shetland pony mare for $175.oo. Mr. G. B. Swinebroad purchased of Mr. J. Fleece Robinson a pair of extra nice four year old mare mules for $500. Hemp machine, 10 hemp 5000 tobacco sticks, hemp and brakes, tobacco knives. G. B. Sutton, R. F. D. No. 2 Crab Orchard, Ky. .Lumber tor sale at the baw Mill on Robt. Gastineau's farm at Hyattsville.j We can fill your orders promptly. O. G. Speaks, Hyattsville, Ky. W. B. Burton bought of Mr Craig of Brodhead a pair of mules for $275.00, from Pool Perkins a pair of horse mules for $300.00, from Willie Rogers a mare for $135.00; from Wilse Rogers of Paint Lick a gelding for $190.00. ZEMO For Sale City Council previous to their election last November is that if they should be fortunate enough to have the " support of a majority of the voters upon election dav that the council would give to the people of the CITY and COUNTY a telephone service for one dollar per month. Altho' the Bastin Telephone Company is under contract with the city to furnish such service for that price, the council has been advised that he can not be forced to comply with C Arrow and Nitro Club Steel Lined Expert Shoot Remlnglon-UMfactory loaded shells for Speed plus Pattern in any make of shotgun Remington 299 Broadway Arms-Unio- n Metallic Cartridge Co. e New York City FOR DANDRUFF. 5 You Will Be Surprised to See How Quickly it Disappears.' SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Aug 25th. $1.50 lllMMi!.lP 1 .50 Trip j Round Round Trip SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. W SEPTEMBER... 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 1912 .AT THE. e BIG DAYS e W I No more dirty coats from dandruff heads. Zemo stops dandruff. Apply it any time with tips of fingers. No smell no smear. Zemo sinks into the pores, makes the scalp healthy, makes the hair fine and glossy. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is regularly sold by all druggists at $1.00 per bottle. But to enable you to make ABLE TO TRANSLATE LATIN. a test and prove what it will do for you Long years ago an Indiana candiget a 25 cent trial bottle fully guaranteed or your niQr.ey back at R. E. Mc- - date tor congress was making a stump speech. Two merchants, who had Roberts & Son, Drug Store. . been boys together and In the same class In Latin, heard the speech. The of Prosperity. Idea Having money to deposit in tho speaker closed his peroration in full. vox bank In the middle of the week would rotund voice, with "Vox populi, be our idea of getting on in the world. Dei!" Tom turned to William and remarkDetroit Free Press. ed, "Bill, I'll bet you $5 that you don't remember enough, Latin, to translate that sentence." The Triak Of A Traveler. "Make it ten," replied William, "and "I am a traveling salesman,', writes I'm on." E. E. Youngs, E. Berkshire, Vt., "and The bet was made and William was often troubled with constipation translated as follows: "Vox populi, and indigestion till I began to use Dr. vox Del My God, my God, why hast King's New Life Pills, which I have thou forsaken me!" Without protest Tom passed over a found an excellent remedy." For all kidney troubles there $10 bill, remarking, stomach, liver or "William, I really is nothing better. Only 25' cents at R. didn't think you would be able to do E. McRoberts & Son. lm pre-electihalf-regretfull- that contract because the city has never sold a franchise. If the Hubble Telephone Co. is given permission to get into the city they promise to give service, with metalic system to people in that portion of the county for one dollar a month. People in Bryantsville are ready to organize a Company to do likewise. Let these Companies compose only of the people organize and give this service. This will carry out their promise to the peo ple. Judging from the position taken by Councilmen Gregory, Zanone, and Hamilton at the last meeting they are pledge. Messers true to the Walters and Greenleaf were not present in the Council. We will expect to see them at their post of duty on the first Monday night in September and hope to see them too voting to carry pledge. All out their those both in the city and county who are interested in the proper settlement of this matter should attend these meetings. pre-electi- Office on Danville Street in th HosHard to attend to household duties Admittedly one of the very best schools pital Building. in the State. Five Schools in one. With a constantly aching back. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. A woman should not have a bad High School, Normal School, Graded School back, School of Music, Commercial School. And she seldom would if the kidneys were well. London'. Ky. J. C. LEWIS, Prin. Doan's Kidney Pills are endorsed by thousands. Have been used in kidney trouble over 50 years. Read what this Lancaster woman Olliice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. says: -- -- Mrs. H. G. Crutchfield. Stanford St., Lancaster, Kentucky says: "My little boy Lancaster, Ky., 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 Dr. R. L Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. 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. lie is now a great deal better in uut Mowers of QUALITY. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Lware So go to ivicKoberts. f every way. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n Co., Buffalo. cents. Residence Phone New York, sole agents for the United Office Phone 31. States. LANCASTER. KY. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. Foster-Milbur1-- m Right Is Right the right place for an te ; HAIR CUT and SHAVE --l For the Fair The Old Reuable Barber. Newspaper and Magazine. quick-firin- g The daily newspaper is the gun; "but besides its advantages in timeliness and local and personal interest, it has crystalized Into a necessity, while the magazine still remains in the luxury column. Frank A. HENRY DUNCAN Richmond Street. W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone G. Munsey. Residence Thone .1). Indigestion causes heartburn, f holera Hosts LIVERY, U MILLIONS . J.W.SWEENEY FEED and SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. LANCASTER. Office Hmira 12. 1 p. m. to OF DOLLARS nn I stomach, it." nausea, impure blood, and more trouble than many different kinds of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it forms are absorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try E62 nervousness, sour a n 14 v. wrr rai3ers. were saved from cholera and other diseases d urine the hot weather by the use of Hogs and Poultry Last year thousands of KENTUCKY Office over Stormes' Drug Stare wy The Creates! Cholera Preventive Known fla.m to Prevents and cures the cholera, but don't put it otr until they keel over. Give it to them now xniied with food it regulates tho work- 1. DENTIST. Phone 05. Lancaster, Ky. Kentucky State Fair LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED Daily Races Free Attractions Clean Midway LIBERATES BAND Fanner Boys School Encampment REDUCED RAILROAD RATES & 320 PAUL JONES For Information. Entry Blanks, Catalogue, Address J. U. DENT, SECY. BUILDING LOUISVILLE. z3 ajn't nowhere around." "Haven't you heard about him?" the ringmaster. "He married Flying Men Fall. the midget this morning, and she victims to stomach, liver and kidney chased him out across the hills back troubles just like other people, with of town a little while ago because he like results in loss of appetite, back- flirted with one of the lady bareback ache, nervousness, headache, and tired riders." n feeling. But there's listless, no need to feel like that as T. D. Pee- NOT WORTH IT. Ibles, Henry, Tenn., proved. ,'Six bottles of Electric Bitters" he writes, "did more to give me new strength and good appetite than all other stomach remedies I used." So, they help re-plll- Unworthy Men of Wealth. Tho Lion Tamer. The men who have not realized the "Why ain't the lion tamer here?" responsibility of wealth are Imperiling the manager the circus. "It's the social system of the present time. asked for the showofto begin and he time -- Exchange. lt ings of the Lowels. them, knocks cholera and other germs which get into the system with the food or drink. s55frSS A Cal-Sin- Black-Draug- ht and another for hoes, packed in metal cans, can't dry up. lose strength or sooil like others and cots no more. It Li all medicine and guaranteed too. for Poultry Hoy o Powder (if'J. fl. J. TINSLEY, PHOXE 329-- the old, reliable, vegetable liver powder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Mrs. Riley Laramore, of "I Goodwater, Alo., says : suffered for years from dyspepsia and heartburn. Thedfora's in small doses, cured my heartburn in a few days, and now can eat without Try it. distress." Black-Draught, free to live Written to be understood and stock owners, our CO paae illustrated book, by our consulting Veterinarian, allow inf: how to know and showing how to cure di eases in Horses. Cattle. Sheep, Swmo and I'oultry. together with Crter 11 Cal-Sin- o Remedies, including Our guaranteed remedy for King Bones. Spavins Splints or any bony enlargements. to Tell given County Surveyor. J. Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. Lancaster, Kentucky. RESORBItiE run-dow- THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) Baltimore, Md U. S. A. bbSbMOHbM For salo by MMMMHMM C. & J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. Agents wanted in other towns. JS. TV. 1 everybody. this great remedy will help you from the first dose. Try it. Only 50 cents i Its folly to suffer when & Son. HERE'STHEHOG Glares Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Morrow, Graduate Optician Insist on ThedforcTs at R. E. McRoberts DR. Win. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone f BOURBON REMEDY CO.. Lexington, Ky. Enclosed find photo of ho that ww cured of cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Remedy. This hog was almost dead before using the medicine, and then was entirely cured, except loss of ears, tail. etc. The hogls owned by Mr. SkflesEwuwr, of Bowling Green. Ky. He will be glad to give you a testimonial, and we can get several more if you want them. JENKINS-SUBLET- T DRUG CO.. Bowling Green, Ky. Ask Your Druggist for It GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS Kentucky Fair Dates. Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by CHARLIE WHITEM00N, 3729-3- 1 Doctor Get out and take Plutocrat Bosh I The worth taking. Behold. the air. air ain't Behold the hard-workeditor. Of wisdom wondrous ripe; ed Though much he'll ne'er get credit for, , There's solace In his pipe. the Cow Boy Herbalist It Didn't Work. Hubby was trying to jolly wifey along and make her forget that she wanted a spring Bult. "Now," said he, "the town committee Is offering a prize for the prettiest W-- Broadway, Louisville, Ky. 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I haven't even a gingham that is fit to days. Monticello, September ' Kentucky State Fair, Sept. 9- -6 days wear." Melbourne, Sept, 175 days. A Cold Storage Egg. Horse Cave, Sept, 18- -4 days. "Somebody told me you were writMorgantown, September 193 days. ing a love story." Falmouth, Sept, 24- -4 days. "Yes."" Glasgow. Sept, 25- -4 days. "What is the title?" Adairville, Sept. 26- -3 days. "I haven't chosen a title yet, but Bowling Green, Ky, October 2 the Btory Is about a fanner's daughter 4 days. who wrote her name and address on days. Murray, Oct. an egg and Borne years later she reElkton, Oct, 3- -3 days. ; ceived & proposal of marriage from Mayfield, October 9- -4 days. an ultimate 'consumer." the contest?" Hardinsburg, August 20- -3 days. Shepherdsville, August 204 days. Lawrenceburg, August 204 days. Columbia, Ausust 204 days. Erlanger, August 21 i days. Stanford, August 213 days. Eminence, August 224 days. twiner, August 223 days. Shelbyville, August 274 days. Hodgenville, August 273 days. London, August 274 days. Nicholasville, Aug 273 days. Fulton, August 275 days. Germantown, August 284 days. Dover, August 284 days. Springfield, August 284 days. Florence, August 284 days. Franklin, August 293 duys. Somerset, September 4 4 days. days. Flizabethtown, Sept. days. Paris. Sept. days. Tompkinsville, Sept, days. Barboursville, Sept. days. Bardstown, Sept, Fair, Sept 4 Sanders, H. J. PATRICK, All "Work Guaranteed. Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Sold by HASELDON BROS. Al. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over CowEase (Trade Uulc Registered.) Hurt A Anderson's. 33 35 44 43 44 MEANS MORE MILK from the cow, I I I M J. E. Robinson, LAWYER .&ND MORE MONEY 'for the fanner and COUiNTY ATTORNEY. Will Tri-Coun- ty Practice In all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Phone 194. Office over Police Court. 34 TO THE CUSTOMERS OF THE N Dry Cleaning Co THE WAY Lancaster lf TO PUT IT OK Maaafaetared by COMPANY 24 CARPENTER.MORTON 'Jtotea Mkc, U. 3. A. R. E. McRoberts & Son. i We have moved to East Water street one and one-haMock Ea3t of Lexington avenue. All orders called for and delivered. Phone 340. x-- h. 1A?. Faulkner, ftlgr. & -- T - r 3W- - S3Lln. u CX---- ( T : 9BN '.. as-- -' it;