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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 23, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912082301_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 23, 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. vV' i. 3 1 'r 3?" f ft "t TWENTY THIRD YEAR. THE CENTRAL RECORD POiJE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 23, 1912. NUMBER 20. I JJO 6 $ &33&C&33fg333& cs T rwrJvi?. ivww, cirTrsnfl --- V rf 4y JLi U W I K WHAT? Come lo Conn Bros store and see in It will be a source of sincere regret We have often heard the expression to the many friends of the families to "Bradley is a big gun". He has cer- know that Mrs G. C. Rose is suffering tainly gotten two big guns for Lancas- from an attact of typhoid fever. She ter. is at the home of her mother Mrs Belle Especial attention 13 called to the Perkins on the Lexington pike and her Robinson sale advertisement in this is- condition is about as good as could be sue. This is one of the best located, expected at this stage of the disease. best improved and most fertile farms in Central Kentucky. Tobacco Cutting. Pension Checks Arrive. Additional page. live local news on last Mrs Cleveland Rose Has Fever. In Lancaster Court Week. Dr. Byrne, the Optician has consented to come back for court week and can be seen at his office, at the Hospital Building, Danville St. See his add in this issue. We the officers and members of the Garrard County Colored Fair Association, thank the Merchants and Citizens of Lancaster and Garrard County, both white and colored, for their donations to the fair, and may we say we are truly grateful for their kindness in helping us. We hope to have a better fair next year by the assistance of our good friends. W. H. Harris, President When The Show Comes To Town. Jw E zS -- f i - a v ai ft 1 a .i operation the cooking wonder of all countries. t EB.,A u RUE Em ILL B c 2! tfPs f S is tJ m 5 US. &S c A T Tk 10? 21! f Hi The hearts of the old veterans in the county were gladdened the first of the week by the arrival of their August pension checks, which were nearly three weeks past due, should have been here about August 7th. Circuit Court Monday. Free lecture each day at 3.00 p. m. by 1 13 Circuit Court begins here Monday for a two weeks term. The term will have the same juries as were present at the recent June term, the court hav- f ing been adjourned at that time for the convenience of the farmers. Mr. John F. Holtzclaw III. The farmers have commenced cutting tobacco, here and there you will see a forward piece, or a forward spot in a field which has necessitated the use of the knife. However, the bulk of the crop is not yet ready. The sec ond cutting or late crop will be much better than the more forward, because of the fact that the dews produce a great amount of "gum" which not only adds to the quality but makes the weed weigh much heavier. Getting Ahead Of The Fall Work. & Ml -- - ; felM! l&is Mr John F. Holtzclaw is confined to his home on Water street in this city with an attact of typhoid fever. It is the sincere wish of his host of friends that the attact may prove to be a light one and that he may speedily recover. More Concrete Work. fc&tS taxsk. 0 The county is having concrete walks placed around the jail and their building adjoining the jail, Mr J, W. Sweeney is also joining them and having it placed in front of his stable. This is a laudable move and we hope that many of the merchants on the square will soon follow their example, Farmers throughout the county are taking advantage of the seasonable weather, the frequent showers placing the ground in splendid condition, and during the interim between the heavy work incident to tobacco and corn cutting and the present comparitively dull time, are doing fall plowing, getting ready for wheat seeding. Several hundred acres of land have already been tnrned and the work is going forward rapidly. "A Stitch In Time." .r ' A h Chef of The U. S. Papa! bring Lunch FREE all afternoon. Km Mother and the girls. Gel all recipes free. Learn how to make cooking a pleasure. Ask how to get a set of $S.GO cooking vessels Weve doing it now. free. The Stanford Fair. The Rig K. Of P. Fair in Stanford is in full blast as we go to press, and all roads lead to Stanford and tomorrow. The first day was marred by gives promise of better rain but weather and an enormous crowd is expected. They have a splendid show of stock to compete for their liberal Get Your License. premium list, and the old fashioned county hospitality brand of Lincoln The dove season is right at hand, and will be handed out to all who attend. there never was a season whether the to-da- y to-da- y There are several cases of typhoid fever in and around town, well scattered it is true, which indicates no general source, but it is well enough to use necessary precautions in and around the home to avoid a visitation of this disease, Screen your doors and windows careful.y, look well to the food and water supply, use disinfectants freely and adopt every possible means which will tend to place your premises in a thoroughly sanitary condition. Do it now, too late after some one of your family is stricken with disease. Change In Firm. I the game was plentiful or otherwise Lancaster , Ky. S33SE3S3S33SStSC&S3i &33S33C&3&3S Q Mr. W. B. Ball has purchased the in terest of his paitner. Mr. John F. Holtzclaw, in the grocery firm of Ball & Holtzclaw, and the business will hereafter be conducted by Mr. Ball. "Billy" Ball is one of the pioneers in the grocery business in Lancaster, is a hustling business man and has a host of friends and will no doubt make a success of his single handed venture. Ow- ' ing to Mr. Holtzclaw's illness, we are t0 learn hisTp,ans' J" hope that , f nBbI.?, lie will iciuaiu 111 ijain.uai.gi. that the sportsmen of the town and county were not out in number, with This year one more or less success. may not shoulder his gun and go out to hunt with impunity, the new game law requires that every hunter, unless he be on his own land, provide himself with a "hunters license" which he must carry with him and produce upon request. If you desire to hunt doves, first be sure that you have provided yourself with this license, else you may find your self in trouble with an unsus- Amusement seekers and show goers of Lancaster will have the treat of their :' 1 lives Aug. 31 when the famous Sun Brothers' Worlds' Progressive Shows appear here. Nothiog better has ever before been seen in this section. Every dream of boyhood day will be realized. The peanuts, the caramels, pink lemonade, the clowns and the smell of the fresh shavings, the whole good atmosphere of the tented show will be there. Every act with the show this season is entirely new, novel and ot an v character. -e- -k ; "ill ?Ek I A noteworthy engagement this year is the positive appearance at each performance of the famous Electrique De Kamos, a quintette of high air equitation artists. Did you ever see a whirling Dervish? This act is doubly discounted by the Electrique De Kamos. They float throu gh the air like winged seraphs, and whirl through the empyrean like whirling dervishes, and all that sustains them is wires gripped in With each Range sold, in the next 30 days we will give to purchaser their teeth. It is indeed one of the tins beautiful set of Enamel Ware. most amazing and superbly ornate dizzy height performances ever conceived. HASELDEN BROTHERS. Nearly one hundred performers take part in the big programme and are all artists of extraordinary ability. In the wild beast department will be seen many unique, strange and distinctively novel specimens of the animal kingdom and zoologic creation, and all are exhibited in a classified manner and explained by competent keepers and lecturers. Seats are provided for all patrons and the tents are well ventilated and commodious. Courteous ushers are in attendance to show visitors tdelig-ibl- e Ear,2w.i3K"S5trr3 IVY 3 uTMi V seats. Courtery being a red letter rule with the Sun Brothers' Shows. The big aggregation will arrive here f t by special train, and will spread their tents on the grounds at Ball Park on Aug. 31st. w 111 r i:z LexllM ultra-meritorio- ti'if:t Ki-S?- ?sS5' We are putting in a full line of Heating and JfcssKiS mil l. Cooking1 m&Mi U pected game warden. Kelly. Public Sale Of LAND And Personal Property. smmmmmMwmmammmmm mouhcbm&it "- John Tuncie Kelly, aged 49 years died at his home, Monday night. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Rice Kelly and only sister Mrs. J. A. Amon. Being afflicted with a frail body all his life, he was a patient sufferer. He possessed that kind and gentle manner charactiristic of a little child as he was so regarded by all who knew him, familiarly known to his friends as "Brother", he was never so happy as when doing a favor for others, 49 years of innocent life, and a soul has returned to its Master as pure as when he - Thd semi-annu- al display of high class Fall and Winter suitings by u J The Globe Tailoring Company Cincinnati will be given at our establishment on , .--. August 23rd and 24th. Make this one of your positive engagements. Call and make your selection and be measured by an expert. f Orders taken for immediate or future delivery woolens will be shown in full length drapes. Salesman in Charge-R- . H. SWAFFIELD. H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Ky. ! v As agent for L. H. Brown, we will offer his farm and personal property for sale on the premises .on THURSDAY, AUGUST 29th, 1912 The farm consists of 342$ acres of rich tobacco, hemp, wheat, corn and grass land, located near the Lancaster & Lexington pike, 9 mile3 from Danville, 9 miles from Lancaster and 3 miles from Bryantsville, Garrard Coun ty Ky near the noted Camp Dick Robinson section. It has splendid improve ments, consisting of 2 story 8 room dwelling besides kitchen and porches, gave it. Services were held at the home at 1 stock barn, 2 eight acre tobacco 1 o'clock, Wednesday afternoon inter- barns, 2 cribs, cow house, ice house and granary and all other necessary ment in Lancaster cemetery. out buildings, good orchard and 2 houses. The farm is very ferMuch Sickness. tile and productive and in high state of Considerable sickness prevails 'in cultivation as shown by the present Lancaster at present and our physicians crops: 50 acres in wheat stubble, 50 in are kept busy night and day. Besides young clover and timothy, 50 in old those wno have ailments of a serious clover and timothy, 15 in tobacco, 70 kind, mention of which is made else- in corn and 100 acres or more in blue where in these columns, we mention grass, 6 never failing springs on the 9 the following persons who are under farm and well at the dwelling. The the care of the physicians:- - Miss Bane land will be offered in two tracts of West, Miss Bettie Myers West, and 142$ acres and 200 acres and then ofMr. W. F. Champ. Mrs. Dr. Acton fered as a whole. shows some improvement and the little The farm will be shown at any time tie girl of Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Gregory, by the owner or undersigned. Sale bewho ha3 been so seriously ill, is much gins at 10 o'clock sharp and the land improved and is now considered out of will be offered first. The personal propdanger. Hugh, the 13 year old son of erty consists of 160 stock ewes and FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Noel, underwent bucks; 3 yearling Jersey heifers; 1 JerUsed two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect a serious operation for abscess of the sey steer calf; 2 Jersey heifer calves; 1 liver on Wednesday and is in a serious two year old Jersey bull; lsix year old clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. condition at his parents home, near Jersey cow; 1 four year old cow, lf Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong Buckeye. Jersey; 1 four year old short horn light. four year Two Popular Lancaster Boys Undergo cow; 1 aged mare mule;-- l old mare mule; 1 yearling horse mule; Operations For Appendicitis. 1 weanling horse mule; fifteen 60 lb. Richard V. Anderson was operated shoats; 3 sows and pigs; 2 sows to farupon at the Jewish hospital in Louis- row; 1 male hog: 1 Deering hemp ma1 O5Xys02rS5 'RWrSC ville on the 9th inst for appendicitis. chine; marker; 6 hemp brakes; 1 steel E.3IC.1C.31CJ C.J' kept in order not to roller; 1 walking cultivator; 1 Deering So quiet was it alarm his mother who is an invalid, binder; 1 Deering folding binder; 1 two that only his most intimate friends horse sweep rake; 1 cider mill; 1 grindS3 (SuwSwS55oW$i vA&)vwvj?J '&&1&l&&3'i&J$$&J89&v&v& stone; 1 corn sheller; 1 knew of the occurrence. He is ( McCormack lawn mower; 1 rapidly and is expected home e buckeye mower; 2 wagons; 1 this wepk. Logan "R. Smith was stricken with Kemp No. 3, 20th Century Manure appendicitis while taking his vacation spreader, good as new; 2 Chattanooga at Olympian Syring3 in Bath county, Disc plows; 2 Brown riding cultivator; and was rushed to St. Joseph's hospital 1 Bemis tobacco setter; 1 ;n Lexing, and so serious was his con- Avery corn planter; 3 No 12 Vulcan dition that he was operated upon with- turning plows; 1 hillside plow; 1 Disc in an hour of his reception into the in- Harrow; 1 clod masher; 1 Kentucky stitution, the operation being complet- Disc drill; 1 Hoosier Disc drill; 1 Kened before his brother, George Smith tucky drag drill for wheat or hemp; 1 Jr. of the Record, could reach his bed- Champion hay rake; 1 cutting box and side, he going at once from Lancaster other things too numerous to .mention. in an automobile. The operation was About 80 acres of corn. Terms and date of possesion of farm performed a week ago today and he is improving rapidly and is thought to be announced on day of sale. Dinner on out of danger, however, because of the ground. the gravity of the case he will not be HUGHES &SWINEBROAD Agents, able to leave the hospital for about Lancaster, Ky. five weeks. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. STOVES J. ROMANS. MM&QUWMMm$ and expect to sell them at rock bottom prices. See me before you buy. ten-na- nt W. Wire Drawn Tungsten BLB0TRI6 LAMPS. one-ha- STORMES DRUG STORE V'-Ci. one-hor- se two-hor- se two-hors- For $1,50 Per Ballon We will sell you the two-hor- se S I Best Paint of it. 1 P H made and GURANTEE every drop I R. E. McRoberts Son L.v rT i frjr r . - ' m r.iT i Ajfc BE CAREFUL We can furnish you with recleaned Wheat selected especially for seeding, as well as Barley , WHEN YOU SELECT VOUR SEED WHEAT, Barley and Eye. & , Northern Rye. We carry large stock of best grade Timothy seed at prices that will interest you. Phone 26. Lancaster, Kentucky. Get our prices on Straigh Creek COAL. The new Graded School Building when completed will be one of the handsomest public school buildings in incorporated. would be an ornament 51.00 a year. the state, and Issued Weekly. to a town of much larger population GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. than Lancaster. The good results to come from the erection of this modern Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., and commodious school structure canas Second-Clas- s Mall Matter. not be estimated; the evolution of the Member Kentucky Press Association schools of Lancaster from their condition of twenty years ago proved of inand estimable value, not alone to the town, Eighth District Publishers League. but to the entire county, people have moved into town from the county to Lancaster, Ky., August 23, 1912. derive the benefit of the educational facilites and people have come to the Rates For Political Announcements county from adjoining counties? from $ 5.00 other parts of the state and from other For Precinct and City Offices wor County Offices 10.00 states to participate in these splendid 15.00 facilities. How much greater will be For State and District Offices 10 For Calls, per line building 10 the good with this grand new For Cards, per line with its eVery 'convenience known to For all publications in the interest of individuals or expresscientists who make a profession of sion of individual views, per seeking out the very best advantages xU line to be had in the erection of these school Obituaries, per line 05 Obelisk and Stone Used In Foundation Of School Building Takes Fine Polish' And Closely Resembles A-- 1 -- Purity Flour. Each will please you. m SfiE IHrHiJrSMIrE :rHJarrtiMrri: A new leaf in the great book of surgery is being turned every day says the Lexington Leader. The alleviation of bodily suffering is a perpetual problem. And every human being has been caused to feel the kedhest interest in each step of progress made. Could the sense of pain be eliminated from the list of human woes, the face of man would grow round with happiness. If what is claimed for it be true, the new, wonderful discovery of a wellknown London surgeon, Dr. F. W. Forbes Ross, M. D., will abolish human pain consequent upon injury or operation. Dr. Ross says he has discovered the wide application of prolonged local anaesthetic which will "kill" pain, following the severest surgical operation. Dr. Ross says "The preparation is a one per cent solution of quinine and urea hydrochloride, The method of use is very simple and the preparation is so very cheap that 12- cents structures. covers the cost of an injection of it. Lancaster has great possibilities, the "In the operation the patient is put DEMOCRATIC TICKET. opinion of some people to the contrary under a general anaesthetic Chloronotwithstanding, and we believe that FOR PRESIDENT ere many years have passed we will form or ether in the ordinary way, WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey see the old town take on new life, will and then five to ten cubic centimeters FOR see an interurban line connecting us of a one per cent solution of quinine THOMAS R. MARSHALL, with Lexington, which will not only of- and urea hydrochloride are distributed Of Indiana fer us better facilities than we now over the nerve supply of the part con cerned. have for reaching the outside world, For Congress. "The effect of such an injection is to but will open up a market for the ter- produce a total loss of sensation of HARVEY HELM, ritory which it will traverse, will enable pain. Popularly of Lincoln. the affected part is the people of the northern end of the "Put to sleep," messages of pain from For Commonwealth's Attorney county to market the product of their the nerves to the brain are "cut off." EMMET V. PURYEAR, farms more quickly and at less expence A patient treated thus feels no pain of Boyle. than at present, and that as a result a after the operation. greater diverity of crops will be raised, Should Dr. Ross' discovery be as For County Judge. truck farming and melon raising will We are authorized to announce Clay- be extensively indulged in and will practicable, cheap and effective as he ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- prove renumerative to the farmers who believes, a new era in surgery and the treatment of all severe pain is no doubt ty Judge of Garrard County subject to will find ready market and fair prices at hand. the action of the democratic party. for thier product in Lexington. We are authorized to announce This interurban is by no means an Prof. J. W. Dinsmore, one of the facJames A. Beazley as a candidate for idle dream, the scheme is not abandonulty of Berea college, author and poCounty Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic ed by any means, is still being figuredg litical orphan, not only does not seem on and whan the time comes for locit-in- to know just "where he is party. at" himself, the line, we believe Garrard county but he has both branches of the G. O. will receive favorable consideration at P. guessing. But For Sheriff. after all what does We are authorized to announce C. A. the hands of the promoters. it matter, for when the "Tall Scyca-mor- e In the matter of fertility, Garrard Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of of the St. Asaph" gets through Garrard County, subject to the action county soil is not surpassed by any with him in November, he will be worn of the Democratic party. county in the state, they raise as great to a frazzle. Even were the standpatdiversity of crops probably as any ters and the Bull Moose to unite on We are authorized to announce a county in the state, and everything him as one man, he would run a bad Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the ac- raised here is first class; Garrard second. tion of the democratic party. county tobacco commands the highest The Professor very quietly went market price on the breaks, people about getting his name under the Log We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard from all over this and adjoining states Cabin, and succeeded, what then hapcounty, subject to the action of the come here after our splendid quality of pened, the word went out that he was seed corn and tobacco seed; our export a Bull Moose, and for this reason the democratic party. cattle command as good prices as any old liners fought shy of him, Ijid again We are authorized to announce W. S. of our surrounding counties, our horses the party to which he was said to be Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action come away from the fairs wearing allied would not support him because their full quota of the blue ties, and his name appeared under the Log Cab- of the Democratic party. everything else raised in Garrard comes ' in. The consequence was the wily Pro For Assessor. up to the same splendid standard. fessor polled but very few votes at the Surely a county with all these facili- primary, and we opine he will poll few We are authorized to announce Dave C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor ties and advantages is destined to er at the November election. of Garrard county subject to the ac- greater things, and we fully believe tion of the democratic party. that she will get them. "All things As the campaign progresses the We are authorized to announce Mr. come to him who waits", and surely strenght oi bov. woodrow Wilson is E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- we have been and are waiting. Let more fully demonstrated. There is ab nation of Assessor of Garrard County, us hope it will not be for much longer. solutely no dissatisfaction among the Bubject to the action of the democratic democrats, all are working overtime party. for party successs, and with the most It is said that "the Lord helps those brilliant prospects imaginable. As the We are authorized to announce J. B. Collier as a candidate for the nomina- who help themselves". Senator W. tion for assessor of Garrard county, O. Bradley in one instance has done democrats come together, the republicans seem to drift apart, and the G. O. subject to the action of the democratic better than this by Lancaster. Our P. noted from time immemorable for party. people have steadfastly refused or We are authorized to announce W. failed to "help themselves" in so far their getting together qualities, now seems to be straining itself to see just L. Huffman for a candidate for assessor of Garrard county subject to the as ornamentation for the town is con- how far apart the two factions may cerned, and the big hearted Senator become seperated. This is a complete action of the Democratic party. with the ever present yearning and turning of the tables, heretofore the kindly feeling for his home town, has repuoucans nave For School Superistendant. stood and watcned a We are authorized to announce Miss provided something in the way of orna- divided democracy go down in ignom Jennie Higgins as a candidate for menting the public square, namely a inious defeat, now a solidly cemented School Superintendant for Garrard couple of old cannon and accouterments. democracy sails serenely on to glorious county, subject to the action of the The public spuare is assuredly an eye success and sees the two wings of the Democratic party. sore and this move of Sen. Bradley G. O. P. .struggle to sea who shall should put the people of Lancaster to snatch second place from the For Jailer. other. shame, should urge them to place the Verily, how the mighty have fallen! We are authorized to announce Jack park in a suitable condition VICE-PRESIDEN- The Central Record To Relieve Suffering. Miss Mae Powell Wins &Mfcmmfi2Mm$J Better Grade Of Marble. 5000 Yotes Bonus Offered By The Secur- Record To The Young Lady Prof. J. L. Riley showed a representative of the Rocord a specimen of the stone which is being used in the construction of the new Graded School building which one of the expert workmen had polished, and which closely resembled in appearance the fiinest quali ty of marble. The stone is gray in color and when polished shows a marbled streak of black and has every appearance to the experienced eye of being a very fine grade of stone and well adapted to any of the usages of marble. The stone is being quarred on the premises of Mr. Dank Ball a few hundred yard below the "iron bridge" on the new Danville pike", aud is found in large quantities, and we have no doubt that investigation would develope the fact that the quarry is a valuable one. Hunter Irvine Former Well Known Citized 5000 ing The Greatest Number Of Yotes To Period Closing Monday August & aV a We have added to our business a 19th. Miss Mae Powell won the bonus of votes offered be the Record to the young lady receiving the greatest number of votes for the two weeks ending August 19th, and as a result of the spirited contest instituted by this additional offer, the roster shows a complete change in the line up of the leaders in the contest. However, there is yet another month of the contest and all have an opportunity to recover their lost ground if they will exercise due diligence. The vote at the last .count stands as follows DISTRICT. . LANCASTER 419,435 Mae Powell 389.G75 Mary Eliza Holtzclow 297,021 Kate Ham 231,108 Katie Mae Dickerson 113,902 Alline Thomas 85,495 Cox Jennie 05,887 Lillian Estes 50,395 Sallie Anderson 32,150 Lillie Croucher 25,520 Beulah Mae Beazley... :- and will keep in stock at all times all grades of Now is the time to lay in your winter supply. Call No 47 or call at office for prices. Of Lancaster President Of Big Syn T. dicate In Louisville Ky. mmi iMimmnm WJIItsjit The Louisville daily papers of last Saturday tell of a big deal by which Mr. O. H. Irvine and Mr. Dan L. Schlegel purchased of the Fidelity & Columbia Trust Co. as executbrs of the late D. Meschendorf the plant of the Old Kentucky distillery of Louisville, together with 50,000 barrels of whisky. The price and terms, together with the names of the other parties interested were not divulged, but it is known that a large sum was paid, a goodly amount of which was cash in hand. Mr. Irvine was elected president of the purchasing concern: Mr. Irvine is well known in Lancaster, being the oldest son of the late Prof. James L. Irvine, who for many years taught school here, and Mr. O. H. Irvine was at one time connected with the school. Mr. O. H. Irvine married Miss Susie Harris of this place a niece of Judge E. W. Harris. Virgil Gartineau Loses Another Valuable .::siij?apJifi:p5ji SHINGLES BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. 431,625 Osa Coulter Mary Ellen Farley. . 324,525 Lucy Campbell Flossa May Teater Rella Ruble Mary Belle Hak-omOllie Crawford Flora Ruble Blanche Stone b . Ethel Onstott Clodie Speaks Maggie Norris Ophelia Montgomery Annie Osborne .- - Mattie Scott Lela Barnett Nancy Johnson Wait For Mr. Terrill. 276,550 230,850 213,550 199,400 1S3.525 181,000 157,025 153,100 132,665 130,050 125,600 108,550 54,600 54,500 51,200 Roofs Put on 26 Years Ago tfiMmfffe are as good as new, and have never needed repairs never need attention cf L:r.d, except an occzsiend coat cf paint. cy - Storm-proo- f Fire-pro- of lightning-proo- f re-ro- of 5 until you have examined Dcn't buy that roof for the new building, cr the old. the Cortright Metal Shingles. Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortrijiht Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia Barn Struck By Lightning Entailing A Big Loss. as a candidate for Jailer of Garrard county, subject to the action of these gifts. Take out the old unsightIf when securing the two cannons ly trees, already decaying and half for Lancaster, Sen. Bradley had a lurk the Democratic party. dead, tear down the old ramshackle ing idea that he would kill two birds We are authorized to announce Dave iron fence, grade the lawn, put down with one stone and utilitize the old Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Garrard county, subject to the action of nice concrete walks around the outside trophies for the slaughter of a few of and a concrete retaining wall which the Bull Moose which infests this part the Democratic party. will serve the double purpose of keep- of the preserves, why does he not se ing roving stock away from the awnl cure an additional gun and turn it on Far Magistrate. We. are authorizea to announce and lend materially to the beauty of the leader of the herd. Surely one of John N. White as a candidate for the spot Mr. Webber who drew the these old war pieces.would prove as ef Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- plans for the new Graded School build- ficacious on Teddy as upon some of his rard county, subject to the action of ing, very kindly offered to draw plans more humble followers down here. the democratic party. for the renovation of the park, free of We are authorized to announce charge, there is already something like Indian Killed On Track. WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- $100. available for this purpose, which in the first district of Garrard was raised by the good ladies of the istrate Near Rochelle, 111., an Indian went County, subject to the action of the community, and we are sure if neces- to sleep on a railroad track and was democratic partv. sary they will gladly undertake to raise killed by the fast express. He paid We are authorized to announce Ship-to-n as much more. We know the "title is for his carelessness with his life. Ofe, H. Estes as a candidate for in controversy", which is but a piece ten its that way when people neglect in the first district of Garrard of foolishness, now that the Govern- coughs and colds. Don't risk your life county, subject to the action of the ment has determined upon some other when prompt use of Dr. King's New democratic party. spot for the public building, this 'con- Discovery will cure them and so preWe are authorized to announce troversy" should be dropped, nobody vent a dangerous throat or lung trouble. Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of will carry away the park, and surely it 'It completely cured me, in" a short GarranTcounty, subject "to the action will never be of monetary value to time, ot a terrible cough that followed either town or county, so why wrangle a severe attack of Grip," writes' J. R. of the democratic party. over such on insignificant matter, let Watts. Flovdada. Tex., "and I gained We are authorized to announce Tay- every body get busy and help put pounds in weight that I had lost." the r 15 lor T. Burdettas a candidate for Mag- yarn, .... i in a presentaDie condition to re Quick, safe, reliable and guaranteed. istrate in 'the second district of Garrard county, subject Co- the action of ceive the fortifications which Sen, 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at R. Bradley has secured for it the democratic party. E. McRoberts & Son.' lm Adanu? Mag-etrat- to receive ... - A bolt of lighting struck a large tobacco barn on the premises of Mr. W. V. Gastineau near Point Leavel Sunday morning about 11 o.clock and barn with its entire contents were burned. The barn contained 50 barrels of old corn, 300 bales of new hay, a fine surrey, farming machinery including a new two horse wagon, a new tobacco setter and much other valuable machi- ment. nery and family tools, also sufficient FARMERS INSTITUTES tobacco sticks to handle about 10 acres of tobacco. The barn was a compara- Will Not Be' Held In Counties Where Intively new one, having been built to house last years crop and cost in the terest Is Not Manifested By The neighborhood of $1000. Mr. Gastineau only carried about 1$G00. insurance on Citizens. the barn and contents. County Farmers' Institutes will not A little over a year ago Mr. GastinJ. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest J B. F. HUDSON, President eau lost a barn containing about 10,000 be held this year in the counties where ORGANIZED 1SS3. pounds of tobacco, it too burned, was they are not wanted or where assistance ? set fire, presumably by tramps, and Mr is not given the Commissioner of AgCommissioner Newman Gastineau carried a comparitively small riculture. amount of insurance on states that he will have three Iectur V flU' I A MrAVJM'U'y ers in the field who will visit every Dr. M. A. Scovell Director Kentucky county, and institutes will be held ExCAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. where interest is shown. If the farmperimental Station Dies At His iners fail to take any interest in the W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. stitutes and do not show any disposiHome In Lexington After Two W. O. RlGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. WALKEK, Jr., tion to help the Commissioner of AgriWeeks Illness. culture and tKe lecturers in providing a place for holding the institute the Dr. Melvin Amasa Scovell, scientist, money will not be wasted, Mr. professor, agriculturist and polished State's says. Newman gentleman, died at his home in LexingJ. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs ton Ky. last Thursday after a two Who Remembers Ca- Lewis L. Walker, C A. Arnold, Directors. Senator Bradley's weeks illness of endocarditis. Dr. 53 Scovell was 57 years of age at the reer As A Lancaster Ball Plaver? time of his death. The funeral was The Courier Journal, gives the folheld at his late residence at & o'clock lowing interesting story with which Notice! Sunday afternoon, at which hour, Senator Bradley regaled some of his through deference to one of Lexing- colleagues the other day. 4-11ton's most useful and distinguished -44 "Washington, Aug. 19. (Special.) citizens, every car in the city stopped More than in legislation the United for a short period; all traffic and busi- States Senate is interested in the brillCURES ness of every description came to a iant work of the Washington baseball Bradley Cholera, Gapes, limberneck, Roup, Canker.. standstill and a silence as if the pall of club, but Senator some of hisis an excolleagues ception. He told death pervaded the entire city as the y Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry that he quit the game years ago words of the minister "I am the res- with a batting average of 1,000, and Miss Katie Bryant, Bardstown. Ky.. yi: "I bare used Recipe for years and tKak it the best poultry remedy made. cures sapei and limberneck without (ail. urrection and the life, and whosoever has not been a fan since. dropped down tie tillof a gaping Will Coomea, Bardstown, Ky..tays: "One drop of Recipe "It was in Lancaster," said Senator believeth in Me shall never die", fell chicken kills the worm and relieves the duck instantly. It is the best preventive 1 have ever used." Bradley. "It was just about the time upon the vast throng assembled to do when baseball was coming on, and I Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robt, Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Price 50c at all Druistt. the last sad homage to this truly good played on the team. But I was getting SOLD BY man. R. E. McRoberts & Son. pretty stout, weighed 200 pounds, and Dr. Scovell as director of the Ken- was almost out of athletics. The first tucky Agricultnral Station in Lexing- time I came to bat in the first game ever played, I the and ton had brought that iustitution up to ball the last Iseemed to me hitmust I so hard it such a high standard as to be one of have made a homerun. So I started the leading of its kind in the country, tearing around the bases. "Somehow the ball got into the infield many states having patterned after him. pretty fast, but, as each baseman tried His fame as a practical agriculturis to start in my way I ran into him and was'world wide. He was a recognized he fell down. Meanwhile, they dropped leader in the business and educational the ball everv time it was thrown to affairs of Lexington and was one of them, and I scored a home run. 'How asked far did knock it?' her mostly beloved citizens. He is sur I got Imy breath. I 'Knock as soon as it? You vived by his wife and a married daugh only bunted it half way to the pitcher, ter, the latter residing in Monticello. but acted like a billy goat going around Office Ky.. Home III. the bases,' was the.ir answer." Mr. Given P. Terrill desires to announce to his friends in the county that he will solicit tobacco for the Dan ville Tobacco Warehouse Company this season, and requests that you make no arrangementsfor the disposal of their crops ufftil he can see them. Mr. Terrill is a clever gentleman and represents a splendid house and we are satisfied that all who do business with him will be assured good prices and the fairest and best treat- . Prudence Should Lead You to deposit your money in a good bank rather than keep it where it is exposed to all kinds of risks If the Garrard Bank &. Trust Co, ottered no other inducement than a sure place to keep your cash it would well worth while to open an account there, but it offers be many others. Come and ask any of the officers what they are. Three per cent paid on time deposits. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. it I $e Citizens National Bank LT Book-Keepe- r. v,. r Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. J. T" . V I m to-da- ztiTaZZr r 1 1 Poultry Raisers 4-- 1 W. O. Ri&iey Funeral Director and Embalmer. Phone 18. " I. I ' Phone 33. Lancaster, t & 1 '' &&rr 2 -- ,,- - - .. i'A;j 3" '' "' ' l1"'1 ' it. rr.i ii' ii - !! i .Miiwai ii iiuiwi i iiiMinif iif i m ' 1u iAgpM"aafcaJiaiaa,fr,Mal I.I. - .jim r , ", ., ,,. . . in.- , . . . . . . . . 3 , s Aava nee Bs Fa11 1 SfinArincr St IT ) ) WEARING APPAREL AT This Space Is Reserved For ) I John Deere t:ie JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY. We Talk To You Through This Paper, : i i """""" & Oliver Sulky Plows J "" """-- " """" I 8 Gossip About v People v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. 1 I I R I Miss Minnie Gulley is in ML Sterling who has been a missionary in Japan visiting her sister Mrs. Ollie Potts. for some years will be married shortly to Reverend Thomas Young of Elkhart Mr Pendleton Williams has accepted a position at Conn Bros hardware store. Ind. The prospective bride has frequently visited her schoolmate and Miss Minnie Pherigo of Lexington friend Mrs. Ross Bastin and is known came Tuesday to visit Mrs. Alex Wal- as an unusually gifted young woman. ker. Mrs. Benjamin Lear and daughter Gypsies Depart. Miss Mary Lear attended the LexingThe band of Gypsies which has been ton fair. holding pow wow in Boyle county for Mrs. T. B. Walker and son Tommie the past two months is departing toof Nicholasville are guests at the Simp- day for Chattanooga, Tennessee. There were about 250 men, women and son House. , children. From Chattanooga they will Mrs. Albert Rice of Atlanta Ga. is go South for the wiuter, each little here visiting her brother Mr Jim and band taking a differet direction. The George Hatcher. meeting was held here for the purpose Mr. H. B. Northcott has returned of electing a king and queen. The from Cincinnati after several weeks wagons and more than hundred head of stay with relatives. horses were loaded on the freight cars Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown are re- last night. The Gypsies seem to have joicing over the arrival of a ten pound plenty of money. It cost about $800 for the shipment to Chattanooga. boy, born Tuesday. Mrs. J. A. Robinson of Danville has been the recent guest of her sister Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird. Mr. and Mrs Wm. Berry of Lexing-o- f ton are guests he latter's sister Mrs. Henry D. Simpson. Misses Chastine and Helen Elizabeth Sprague, of Louisville are guests of Miss Margaret Letcher Cook. Specialist. Dr. J. J. Byrne The well known Cincinnati t V "N YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Court Week Optician. I want 100 country hams and 1000 lb of country bacon. Phone 70. S. D. Turner. J I h Hoosier Wheat Drills. Clarks Double Cutting Hanow, American Foncc. line of Implements caraied in town. Prices Right. J. R. MOUNT, SON KUA&tetSSOaU & CO. Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance H W tension Fanners. 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. Mrs. Tom Ballard is in Hustonville. visiting relatives and friends. Miss Joan Mount is in LaGrange visiting her sister Mrs. Shelby Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore spent Sunday with Crab Orchard friends. Miss Venice Walker of Atlanta is here for a visit to her Walker relatives. Mrs. Meade of Stanford was the guest Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Yantis. Mrs. J. M. Elliott Sr. is in Frankfort, for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Elliott. Best Misses Margaret and Julia Reed Za- none are in Stanford for the fair with relatives. Walter Duddorar of Lincoln county is here visiting his uncle Mr. James A. Co Dudderar. Miss Bessie Gulley gave a handsome course dinner Sunday to a number of 3 invited guests. Lost some where between my house on Flatwood pike and Lancaster a rubber air cushion, Aug, 10th 1912. Any one returning same will be rewarded. W. S. Walker. I represent the Knoxville Nursery Co of Tenn, I can supply you with high grade flowers, shrubs, rhubarb, asparagus, roses, vines, all kinds of ornamental and fruit trees. I solicit your orders for fall delivery. Phone 200 Jas. A. Royston. AgenL Magazines. U i i KEMPER Garnett Kemper. C& WOODS, R. G. Woods. TAINT LICK, KY. Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. HARTFORD, Aetna, National Of Hartford. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER 4& Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. GOOD : FOR : 1,000 : VOTES , When Used to Nominate a New Candidate. Good For 25 Votes For Candidate already Entered In Piano Contest. :HaKi i&pi I VOTE FOR tag3ii'nflhg . r Take Any Beam You like 1 i Miss Mattie E. Adams has been visiting relatives at Paynes Depot, and n Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hughes were in Lexington and attending the fair. - Stanford for a short stay with Mr. and n Mrs. M. H. Mabry and little son of 09 Mis. J. W. Acey. Tallahassee, Florida came Tuesday for Miss Annie Lee Powell has returned a visit to Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price. from a visit to her cousin Miss Nancy Miss Letty May McRoberts will be Hagan of Danville. "At Home" for her guest Miss Crouch o Dr. H. M. Grant and sons Lucian of Clarksville, Tenn., at a dainty and William Bowman were at the Lex luncheon. ington Fair Friday. Mrs. J. S. Gilbert left Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Fox and Miss for a visit to relatives in Anderson and Eliza Smith were visitors at the Blue Shelby county and will attend the Grass Fair Thursday. Lawrenceburg fair. Miss Fannie May Miles of Louisville Mrs. Willie Belle Greenleaf of St. is here for a visit to her parents Mr. Louis who has been with Lancaster 03 and Mrs. A. C. Miles, relatives left Monday to visit Mrs. W. M. Tinder and Mrs. Tinder C. Price of Danville. Elder F. are at home from a stay with relatives Miss Kate Read of Washington City and friends in Carlisle. came Tuesday to see Mrs. J. A. Amon Miss Delia Rice Hughes left Tuesday and for the funeral of Mrs. Amon's for two weeks visit to her aunt Mrs. brother John T. Kelly. J. W. Acey of Stanford, Mrs. M. A. Gates of Ronceverte Mrs. Charles Grow has returned to West Va,, is expected the latter part her home in Cincinnati after a visit of of the week for a visit to Mrs. Emma P. Grant and daughters. ten days to Mrs. J. A. Amon. Mrs Chas A. Riedell of Atlanta, Ga. Misses Allie and Bessie Yantis have returned from Hustonville where they is the pleasant guest of Mr. J. J. Pur-sle- y this week. Her husband will also were guests of Mrs. G. C Kiffe. join her later in the week. Misses Margurite Fox and Louise Miss Eliza Smith is at the Preston Scott of Danville have been recent Unn in Lexington that she may be guests of Miss Mary Lynn Fox. near the bedside of her brother Logan, Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of who is confined at St Joseph's hospital. Danville, were guests for "a few days Dr. J. J. Pursley left last Monday of Mrs. Rebecca We'st and family. for Louisville, Indianapolis and Chicago Mrs. J. B. Paxton and son James of in the interest of his Great Indian Stanford have been visiting Mrs. Pax-ton- 's Remedies and will be gone two week. mother Mrs. Jane Robinson. Mrs. George M. Patterson and daughMiss Lena Bright and nephew Gayle ter Miss Grace Helen Patterson are at Doty left Sunday to visit relatives in home from a six weeks outing at Lexington, Cincinnati and Bellevue. Chautauqua Niagara and other interestReverend C C Brown left Tuesday ing points. for Indiania for a meeting of the Bible Miss Rebecca Williams of Knoxville, Conference, he will be away two weeks Miss Minerva Cox of Lancaster and Miss Letty May McRoberts and brother Miss Hamilton of Louisville are memJohn were recent guests of their cous- bers of a house party at Mrs. J. C. in Miss Annie Davis McRoberts of Eason at Salvisa. Stanford. ( " -- Journal, Saturday Evening Post and "Danville Advocate". tne Country Gentleman, can get club This is the same band of gypsies which rates on any magazine published. has been camping in Garrard county. Thousands of Satisfied customers in Give me your order. One of them was arrested here someMrs. Dollie Brown. time ago for stealing money from Mr Madison.Garrard &. Lincoln counties Sanders at Marksbury, and is now out For Sale. POPULAR PRICES. on a hundred dollar cash bond. I will sell to the highest bidder on All white metal frames best lenses SEPTEMBER I7th. 1912 $2.50 to $1.00. We Don't Believe He Will. Gold filled 10 year frame, best lenses at 2 o'clock p. m. on the premises on The Harrodsburg Leader has the folWhite Lick creek 12 miles S. East of $3.50 to $5.50. lowing to say about Mr James Spilman Solid Gold frames best lenses $7.50 to Lancaster, Ky., 5 miles South of Paint who formerly resided and still retains Lick. The farm belonging to the es$10.00 the privilege of voting in Garrard "Shurns" best lenses $5.00 to $7.50. tate of J. M. Higginbotham deced. county: "Kryptoks" and "Compound" Lenses containing 375 acres of good second "The Progressives of the EighthCon-gressionrate land with improvements. Most not included in the above. District are thinking of putall in grass. G. T. Higginbotham, Agt ting up a candidate for Congress, in spite of the fact that Congressman At the Hospital Building Helm recently demonstrated his popularity. Among those spoken of is Mr Court Week, Aug 26 to 31. James H. Spilmcn; who lives here but who still retains his citizenship in the Highest market price paid for eggs FEMALE COLLEGE good county of Garrard. Mr. Spilman and Butter. Phone 70 S. D. Turner is a successful farmer, a fine business MILLERSBURG. - KENTUCKY. man and qualified to fill the position Assignees Notice. An Attractive Home School For Girls. most acceptably. Of course there is All parties having claims against the Pupils are surrounded with an atmos- not much show of election in sffch a D. T. Brummett Assigned Democratic Gibraltar, but the Progres- estate of will present them , properly proven to and safe religious environmenL New sives believe in making a fight all along me at the office of R. H. Tomlinson in (buildings combining all conveniences. the line and are insisting on some good man making the race. There seems to Lancaster Kentucky. I will commence j Health record unsurpassed. Academic my sittings on September 23rd and" con- and College Entrance courses. Music i be a great deal of soreness resulting tinue for a period of 6 days and all j Department under a skilled artist train from the Helm Sullivan fight and Mr Spilman's many friends insist that he claims not presented will be barred. ed in Germany. Lecture and concert All persons knowing themselves indebt- course. Domestic Science. Expenses could poll a big vote and make a fine ed to said estate must pay same at once for board, tuition, etc lower than any showing." We have known Jim Spillman for a or I will be compelled to proceed again- other school of like grade. Send for long time and have always known him st them this August 20th. 1912. catalog. Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. to be a fighter from the ground- - up, be J. A. Jones Assignee of D. T, Brummett Millersburg, Ky. it in business, politics or anything else, and we are loth to believe that he would offer himself a willing sacrifice ' SINCE TAKING OVER THE to the Democratic party at the coming November election, and that such would be the outcome, there is not the shadow of a doubt in tae mind of any one, be they republican, bull moose or of Hudson Wherritt, I have added companies democrat. al Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted. All Work Guaranteed. I am agent for the Ladies Home MILUERSBURG 9t Insurance 5 Agency Lancaster, Kentucky. Sen. Bradley Provides Fortifications For that make a specialty of Farm Insurance. from our timber piles. No need l ir Mi'i7r-j- i it vi c to spend time in look TO) 1 ing for good ones. l T&Z&ZaJi Every stick in the Jjjl Wst.Jlaiw$F?iffJMt 9 MVIf iKjin fl pile is sound, season- - , c 4&sra.3My s? j ...j able and straight.. s MrftFmmhmt -- &t 1 mmwFAW . - ..T A iPTj L Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting them here. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg r- Go. r Mrs. W. H. Ward and sister-in-laMiss Jennie Ward, were in Lexington turned from Lexington where they last week, Mrs. Ward bought a large have been visiting for the past week line of Xmas goods while there. and attending the fair. Misses Sarah and Jennie Washburn Wm. Kinnaird entertaiped at a party left the first of the week for a visit to for his three young cousins Misses Louisville after a stay with their sister Sarah, Joan and Fleece Robinson of Mrs. T. J. Price. Danville, dainty refreshments . were served and the guests assembled reMr. and Mrs. W. A. Price; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ported an enjoyable time. Price, N. B., Joe F. and T. J. Price Little Miss Elizabeth Logan Simpson Jr., were in Danville Tuesday for the was given a party at the home of her Grant-Crai- g wedding. Mr. and Mrs. U. ' D. Miss Bessie Yantis of Indianapolis Simpson one afternoon recently, ices who is here with her aunt Mrs. James and cake were served and Miss A. Dudderar was the guegt this week Simpson was ideal as a hostess to her for the Stanford fair at the home of friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Eads. Miss Florence Johnson gave a six o'clock dinner last Thursday, the honor Mrs. M. D. Hughes gave an elabor ate dinner Sunday to six of her great guests were Misses Mary Clay Wilnephews; Messrs Dan Elkin, John liams of Tulsa, Oklahoma, Miss Helen McRoberts, Robert Walter, Loui Tin- Young of Maysyille, and Sue Chenault der and Goodwin EJkin of Atlanta. of Richmond. The repast was served The sumptuous affair was highly ap- by the fair hostess in courses. w Mrs. Reynolds and son Lewis and d niece Vina Ross of have reFlat-woo- Lancaster. Whenever there is anything good up at Washington to be distributed, Senator W. 0. Bradley always "gets his," and when the distribution begins his big warm heart always turns to his home town which he loves so well. Yesterday there occured an oportunity to, distribute some war relics in the shape of old connon and Senator Bradley immediaetly secured his quora of the available supply tor Lancaster. The following press dispatch fully explains just what we are to get-- : Washington, Aug. 19. (Special.) Senator Bradley, being advised that he could get some Government war relics for his State, grasped that opportunity Lancaster, Ky., in all probability will be furnished old cannon, equipped with carriage and a supply of cannon balls by the War Department. Senator O'Gorman called up a bill granting condemned cannon to half a to-da- y. Let me insure your property. Office I Insure Tobacco. F. P. Citizens National Bank. FRISBIE. Ssf jMfc yLsl lllvMH EHESi ?AUT0L0ADING RIFLE All the advantages of the hig game arm with none of its discomTMs Btminilon Cob cas looV lirooii lhe barrel and see thai it b cleao. forts or annoyances reloading and ejecting The recoil does the work of instead of pounding your shoulder. Five shots just pull and release the trigger. Your action stays open and warns you when it's time to shove in a fresh clip. You can never get in a tight place the gun never clogs. Each shot strikes a one ton blow. Simple action simple take-dow- n. grand-paren- ts preciated by the young men. Miss Stella Lewis of Kansas City J cannon. hundred towns throughout the country to be placed in public squares, the grounds of public buildings and about State armories. No sooner had the bill been read than there arose a chorus of "Mr. President" from the floor. Senator Jones, of Washington, got cannon for half dozen towns in his State. Senator Pomerene, of Ohio, was accorded one gun. Senator Catron, of New Mexico got two. Finally John Sharp Williams arose and drawled: "I'd like a connon for some place in Mississippi, to be designated later." "There won't be enough cannon ,to go around," remarked Martin. "We want to shoot some down in Kentucky," declared Senator Bradley. "Two connon suitably trimmed for Lancaster, Ky., read the clerk. "Didn't say I wanted them trimmed," said Bradley, but he accepted the "out-fit.cannon balls," when the term was explained. lhe bill hnially disposed of some 105 of Send for a motion picture booklet explaining tha Remington-UM- C Autoloading- - Rifle's big points. Remington-UM- C Metallic Cartridges combine the Ubih highest velocity with the greatest shooting accuracy. Made in all calibres for every standard firearm. cartridges are used, When Remington-UM- C the arm is guaranteed to the full extent of the manufacturer's guarantee. Remington- - UMCtht perfect 299 Broadway s&ooii&j ce&bkatiea New Yotk CHy Remington ArmsUnion Metallic Cartridge Co. 8 i i . 1 ! f" "s. k" . v, ) !& jA - - -- J v r. ,. In, r, 1, . uiniv rnnr rmnrprc i.irpnsp I. .., issnpn America's Favorite Amusement Enterprise. Heretofore. Greater and Better Special train from Middlesboro to Date By County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. London on the 28th and 29th. From 5 Although the dove seagon is at hand, Richmond to London via Lancaster Aug too 6eooo0oo6oo4e0ooo4ei 30th. Will arrive at Lancaster at 7:35 County Clerk J. W. Hamilton informs us that he has only issued lour uunters Leave London at 4:45 p. m. rfpaco below this beading Is for tnu exclu-slThan And Newer, license. Many have applied for license 1 use of our farmer subscribers, nnd Is for 11 Tobacco Buyer Here. but upon being informed that the fee on the sale of stock, grain and such things x As Executrix of James Robinson, to take them out. farm as the farmer cannot afford to 'adverV. A. Speath, better known to Lan was $1.50 refused tise. No notice will be accepted over four deceased, I will sell to the highest and There seems to be a misunderstanding lines, and will be only in two issues of the best bidder at his late residence, near caster people as "Speedy," is in town part of the various county j Record, free of charge for a week, and will look over the to- upon the Hubble in Lincoln County, on FMOME MO 219. clerks of the state as to just what fee j QVirTX7Ql X7 vt-- 1 XJL c bacco prospect in the county. Mr. VV WC.JL OOl V s M. Myers. Sale-- 24 ewes new law, ' Ike O FoR THURSDAY, SEPT. 12th. 1912 Office ott Dtutvitk in Hue HosSpeath tells us that he will be here they should charge under the Mr. Ham-- 1 once 3000 tobacco the following personal property and again this season pital BuikMnjr. Wanted: At representing the many of them claiming with must charge the ad-- 1 Z. T. Rice, Phone 347-real estate. sticks. Louisville tobacco firm of Chas Speath ilton that they ' LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. ditional fee of .50 cents to pay for the The sale will begin promptly at 10 & Co. and will be prepared to handle a ' For Sale Two good young, white o'clock a. m. The farm is composed large portion of the Garrard county to seal which is placed upon each license. Leghorn Cockrels. of about 205 acres and is about 5J bacco. They will be located at the and which fee goes to the state. Mr. Gen-- 1 L. N. Miller, at Record office. miles from Lancaster, 6 miles from same place they have occupied for sev- Hamilton has applied to Attorney ,For Sale Hemp machine, 10 hemp Danville and about 5J miles from Stan- eral years near the Hudson granary. eral Breathitt for an opinion in the' brakes, 5000 tobacco sticks, hemp and ford, and is divided into two tracts by Mr Speath since leaving Lancaster last matter. In the meantime, all who detobacco knives. sire to hnnt had better secure the lithe Old Danville and Lancaster turn- fall has taken unto himself a wife. G. B. Sutton, R. F. D. No. 2 cense and pay the additional fee, and pike with about 170 acres in one tract, Crab Orchard, Ky. in the event the Attorney General holds Election Commissioners. OlHice at Swcwtey'.t Livery Stahto. and about 95 in another. This is an that he must charge only one dollar, Lancaster. Lumber for sale at the Saw Mill on unusually well watered farm, the land -- -- KeiUneky The State Board of Election ComRobt. Gastineau's farm at Hyattsville. lying practically level and is all under missioners met in Frankfort on last Mr. Hamilton, if he has not ic ported We can fill your orders promptly. the collection to the Auditor, will reO. G. Speaks, Hyattsville, Ky. good fence. Saturday and canvassed the returns of fund the liftj cents. The farm will be offered in two the late State primary, In Lost: Between Presbyterian Church tracts and then as a whole and the Harvey Helm received 8946 this district 6 MAKKPIftlMS GO votes and and B. F. Hudson's home on last SunWho So Ever Will. day, a knit handbag containing a pair highest and best bid will be accepted. Jere Sullivan received 2296, making Remarkable How Zemo Clears the Face Come and g.-- t SHA ED at th Fea- glasses in case and small pocket book. This farm is unexcelled in Central Helm's majority 6'GoO. J, W. KT Coming Here with the Mightiest Constellation of European and American . ture Displays and "Thriller" Novelties. and CLEAN Snop on Runi..ni republican who had no opposition Return to this office or to Citizens Nat- Kentucky in its fertility, beauty, and Of Pimples And Ail Other Blemishes. convenience. What is known as the received 979 votes in the district. Afional Bank. The Oli Rfukie Bkh . home tract has been used almost ex- ter canvassing the primary returns, With the finger tips apply a little Happiness Must Be Inborn. clusively as a stock farm for fifty appointed county election Zemo to the skin, then see the pimple-- , HENRY DUNCAN "How can you make a person happy seven years, about sixty five acres in the board commissioners for the various counties and blackheads vanish. Zemo is a against his will? If you try forever Two Big Performances Daily. Afternoon and Night. Exhibiting Every you will not knock any happiness Into virgin soil in bluegrass with some very Mr. J. F, Robinson, democrat and liquid, not a smear, leaves no trace, thing in Fair and Rainy Weather. a person who has not got It In him to fine sugar tree, walnut and ash timber. Judge Lewis L. Walker, republican, just simply sinks in and does the work. About sixty acres has been in blue were named for Garrard county. bo happy. Arnlm You will be astonished to find how grass about fifty years without being Commodious Seating Tents quickly eczema, rash, dandruff, itch. The Flying Men Fall. plowed and the remainder of the place The Trials Of A Traveler. liver spots, salt rheum and all other of Music. Dazzling WardCapacity. Biggest in victims to stomach, liver and kidney skin diseases are cured. has been plowed only a few times LANCASTER, KY. 'I am a traveling salesman,', writes robe and Zemo is put up by the-- E. W. Rose Office Fhore . R Youngs, E. Berkshire, Vt., "and fifty years. The home place is watered troubles just like other people, with E. E. h no- ltn.ni- '23 i constipation by six never failing springs, two wells, like results in loss of appetite, back- Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and iswas often troubled with The sensational Wild Beast Marvels. C T? 1 ET jt and indigestion till I began to use Dr. one good pond and a large cistern. ache, nervousness, headache, and tired regularly sold by all druggists at $1 rtnVV . VV X a 1 EL I n feeling. But there's the large bottles, but you can get a King's New Life Pills, which I have There is a large residence, a good listless, The Royal Court Japanese Acrobatique Co. cents found an excellent remedy." For all stock barn and a tenant house on the nqneed to feel like that as T. D. Pee- liberal size trial bottle for only The Renowned Cevene Troupe Direct from France. home place. bles, Henry, Tenn., proved. ,'Six And this trial bottle is guaranteed. stomach, liver or kidney troubles there Mexican Zamora Family from City of Mexico. TERMS-On- e third cash, one third in bottles of Electric Bitters" he writes, You surely will find Zemo a wonder. is nothing better. Only 25 cents at R. The Many Equestric Kings and Queens. one year, one third in two years and "did more to give me new strength Get a bottle from R. E. McRoberts & E. McRoberts & Son. lm The Marvelous Trained Elephants, Stanford Street. notes will be required and a lien re- and good appetite than all other stom- Son Drug Store. tained upon the land, notes bearing in- ach remedies I used." So they help Day Clowns. The Big College of Latter Annual Output of Books. KEJnTUCXY LANCASTER. According to the calculation of a terest at the rate of 6 per cent from everybody. Its folly to suffer when The 494 Other Real Sights French statistician, the number of the date of the sale. Any one desiring this great remedy will help you from (MHe orcr offiet Hour given paily at 12:30 P. M., books published throughout the world to look at this farm will call upon the first dose. Try it. Only 50 cents Be sure and witness the BIG FREE EXHIBITIONS to H. 1 ) m. la I. t.m either J. E. Robinson, at Lancaster, at R. E. McRoberts & Son. on the Show Grounds directly in front of the Main Entrance. Don't miss them. Is 12S.530 each year. 1912. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3th. J. A. Robinson or John C. Robinson, 33- - IT1. No't Guilty. Danville, Kentucky, who will take at 2 o'clock, p. m. Are Ever At War. DENTIST. pleasure in showing it. This farm will That that multiplicity of news items I will Sell my Farm at Public Sah There are two things everlastingly be sold without reserve or by bid to the in the daily papers nnder a Lancaster LancnM-erPhone 85. Kf. at war, joy and piles. But Bucklen's highest and best bidder. This is a rare date line from the entire surrounding located in Garrard County four ai d miles from Lancaster on the Arnica Salve will banish piles. It soon opportunity to obtain one of the best country within a radius of 50 miles atSugar Creek pike, containing 1GG inflam- farms in the blue grass of Kentucky. subdues the itching, irritation, tracts attention, not only at home, but acres, improvements consist of two mation or swelling. It gives comfort, The following is a part of the per- at a distance, from people who are acstory frame dwelling in good repair, nvites joy. Greatest healer of burns, sonal property OF LANCASTER. quainted with this locality, is evinced 1 Tobacco barn 120x10 ft. and other loils, ulcers, cuts, bruises, eczema, Twenty six 1,200 pound cattle, quali- by a jocular letter received by the As- improvements. 'calds, pimples, rkin eruptions. Only ty good; five good milch cows, grade sistant Editor of the Record from a This is a very productive Farm all in 25cts at R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm hereford two good grade hereford friend in Louisville, who in futherance grass but 40 acres, fine for Whcut. E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optic inn heifers; 1 short horn bull; 3 calves; of the joke signs his name as "News-gather- Tobacco, Corn, Bluegrass and Clover. G!3-ia- r ! f.i t a' n ii A. R. DENNY, President. a ' sixty six stock ewes; 1 pair of The sender supposed that Easy and made known TERMS: J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. aged work mules; 1 five year old. mule; we were the correspondent of a certain on day of sale. For futher informaS. C. DENNY, Cashier. 1 four year old mule; 5 coming four leading daily in which these articles ap tion write me. r. R. T. Embry, J. F. ROBINSON, Ass't Cashier. year old mules, all well broke and good pear so frequently, and was addressed N. II. BOGIE, I57G S. Upper St. ones; 3 two year old mules, well broke; to us as such representative. The letter Lexington, Ky. AH Worlc Guaranteed. 2 brood mares; 1 mare mule colt and is as follows:- I. M. Dunn Auct. 25 stock hogs. Also about four hunLouisville, Ky., Aug. 19, 1912. Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of ii dred bales of hay, one vulcan turning "Dear Smith Sip, Ky.f writes: "I was WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. plow, good as new. 1 cutting harrow; Mr. J. W. Ford of the Hop- fBBM, so sick for 3 or 4 years, Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. 'E. 1 McCormack binder, good as new; 2 kinsville section ace 72 is dead: Mrs I had to hire my work two horse wagons; 2 drag harrows; 1 Sarah A. Clover of the Paducah section Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. done, most of the time. slide and other faiming implements too age 72 is dead and Mrs Ida K. Reichert numerous to mention. Also about 30 of San Francisco Cal. was killed in that Ihadgivenupiope. When acres of corn. city when a street car struck an autoI began to take Cardui, I As executor of the will of Jerome n Office over II rt ,t Dinner served on the grounds. Any mobile. Make a note of this. knew, right away, it was Layton, I will on the premises of the further information call on J. E. RobNewsgather." helping me. Now, I am home tract in Garrard County, Keninson, Attorney, Lancaster, Kentncky. I tucky, on Back Creek and on County better than ever before in To A Ripe Old Age. Mrs. Sallie E. Robinson, Executrix. my life, and Cardui did The children, grandchildren and road leading from McCreary to Nina, Capt. I. M. Dunn Auctioneer. great grandchildren, including their near Bethel Church on E 64 SATURDAY, SEIT. 7th, 1912. husbands and wives to the number of. almost one hundred gathered at the at 2 o'cloak p. m. offer for sale two Garhome of "Uncle Jim" Cox and his good tracts of land owned by said Layton at .AT THE. Etc. wife on last Tuesday, the occasion bethe time of his death. delivt-n-d- . ing the celebration of Mrs. Cox's 73d, One tract contains about G8 acres and All orders called for and birthday. There was present on the the other 10 acres. 1 rod and 2G poles. Phone S10. happy occasion six sons, Messrs Henry, The And good dwelling latter tract has Itf. (VIgr. Pendleton, Robert, Jack, James andOws-le- y house and out building. The former As agents for R. M. Moss, we will Cox and five daughters, Mrs. John Cardui has helped thoustract has tenant hou&e. barn, in good Sue Bennett Memorial offer his farm and personal property Blanks, Mrs. Mason Sutton. Mrs. Frank ands of weak, tired, worn-o- ut state of cultivation, to acres in rye bePREMIUMS for sale on the premises on. Todd, Mrs. John Peace and Miss Cyn- ing fed to hogs, remainder in corn, towomen, back to health. thia Cox, together with their respec- bacco and grass. Any one desiring to Admittedly one of the very best WEDNESDAY. SEPT 4th, 1912. It has a gentle, tonic acin the State. Five Sclvools in one. Daily Races Midway tive wives and husbands and 3G grand- see the tracts, apply to undersigned, The farm contains 98$ acres of- very tion on the womanly syschildren and 15 great grandchildren, all phone No 364-or to Layton family on High School, Normal School, Graded School fertile land, 1 mile north of Bryants-vill- e gathered around tem. It goes to the cause the heavily laden premises. School of Music, Commercial School. on the Lexington pike and near board to join with the kindly old couple of the trouble. It helps, it d d TERMS. cash, the Camp Dick Robinson section, fa- in the celebration of the joyous C. LEWIS, Prin. London. Ky. event, in one year and d in two years J. helps quickly, surely, safemous for its fertile soil, its splendid and Farmer Boys School Encampment REDUCED RAILROAD RATES all voiced the wish that the dear with interest from date at G per cent ly. It has helped others. location and its attractive appearance. old couple might live to call them to- per annum. Lien to be retained to seThe farm is 9 miles from Danville, 10 For Information, Entry Blanks, Catalogue. Address Why not you? It will. gether for many more like occasions. cure the payment of unpaid purchase miles from Lancaster and 4 miles from J. L. DENT, SECY. Try Get a bottle todayl Mr. Cox and his wife are probably the money Ten per cent of the purchase 320 PAUL JONES BUILDING LOUISVILLE. KY- Kentucky river over which stock and oldest couple in the county, he being price will be required to be paid on day farm products may be shipped to mark- the senior of his spouse by eleven of sale to guarantee good laith in puret. The land grows all crops abund- years, his next birthday being his 84th. chase, to be deducted from cash payantly, the improvements are first class, This highly respected old couple have ment when deed is made, same to be a beautiful residence, large tobacco lived in the county for almost four executed in Lancaster, Ky., at county and stock barn and other necessary score years, and they have the love and clerks office on Monday, September buildings. The interurban line will esteem of all who know them. 9th, 1912, or as soon thereafter as the soon run through this section giving parties can meet and comply with connection with Lexington and other HOUSEHOLD CARES. terms of sale. cities. The proposed electric plant, on BOURBON RE3IEDY CO.. Lexington. Ky. Dix river a few mires from the farm Tax The Woman Of Lancaster The Same J. H. POSEY, Executor. Enclosed find photo o hoc that was cured of McCreary, Kentucky. power and light for that will furnish cholera with ycur Bourbon Hoe Cholera RemAs Elsewhere. edy. This hoc wa1? alrost dead before uslmr This August Gth. 1912. section. The owner has an offer to enthe medicine, and then was entirely cured, ' gage in business in a City is the reason of ear, tail. etc. Thchois owned by Green. Ky. Ha Sir. Skiles Ewiaff, ot to attend to household duties Hard for selling. The farm will be shown will be clad to cive yon a testimonial, and we With a constantly aching back. can cet several jaore if yon Avant them. any time by the owner or undersigned. DRUG CO.. A woman should not have a bad DOLLARS Sale begins at 9:30 o'clock a. m. and MILLIONS OF back, Bowllns Green. Ky. every year to poultry ana hog l the farm will be offered first. The And she seldom would if the kidneys Ask Your Druggist for It. raisers. Last year thousands of personal property consists of 1 pair of were well. Sold" by HASELDON BROS. mules, 15$ hands, four and six years Doan's Kidney Pills are endorsed by were saved from cholera and other diseases 1 pair 151 hand four year old horse old; during the hot weather by the use of thousands. mules; 1 nfare and Iiorse cplt; 1 mare Have been used in kidney trouble and mare mule colt; 1 family horse 50 -seven years old; 1 fresh Jersey cow and over years. Read what this Lancaster woman heifer calf; 2Jersey heifers and calves; (Trade Miilc Rccbtcrcd.) B says: 3 Jersey cows three year old; 1 registerMEANS MORE MILK Mrs. H. G. Crutchfield. Stanford St, The GmUst Cholera Preventive Known ed Jersey Bull 20 youths' old; 1 Jersey B from the cow, Prevents and cures Lancaster, Ky., says: "My little boy the cholera, bat don't heifer fresh in January; 1 Jersey heifer put it oil until they keel 3729-3- 1 aged six years was greatly troubled by Ky. W. ,&ND MORE MONEY over. Give it to them five months old; 1 sow and six pigs; 3 now mixed with food Deep down in every human heart lies a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S medicines, Roots & Kerbs. Too long 'for the lanaar. the worksows will farrow before sale;" nine 80 his back and kidneys. He did not it regulatesliowcl3. ings of the have the secrets of nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded God's promises. Modern doctors think have proper control over the kidney them, knocks lb shoats; 1 Deering binder good as only of "operations" & strong drugs, while human suffering & deaths from disease increase rapidly every year. cholera and other cerraa which get into the system secretions which caused no end of e with the food or drink. new; 1 McCormack mower; 1 Health is natural, disease unnatural. My years of experience as a Cow-bo- y & among the Indians give me a peculiar o A Powder fitness & knowledge of the powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured & are curing Blood sweep rake; 1 riding cultivator, 3 annoyance. The child also looked Poultry for for hoes, pacl.nl in badly and I was considerably worried Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & and another double shovel plows, 2 number 12 Vulmetal cans, can't dry up. loso Stomach Troubles tliat were pronounced incurable by the best doctors. I want to PROVE this to the world & to strength or spoil like others, and e wagon good .as about his health, I heard of Doan's can plows; 1 anyone asking, I will mail the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOcosts no more. It is all mcdicino HERBALIST," Kidney Pills and got a box and began and guaranteed too. absolutely free. If you are not enjoying ALL the blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you new; 2 sets of wagon harness; 1 rubber How to Tell INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of inquiry promptly answered tire phaeton; 1 runabout; 1 twohorse giving them to him according to direcWritten ta be understood and eiven freo to live tions. is the name of tny great TONIC, stock owners, our 60page illustrated book, by ou-rcomposed of 16 Roots & Herbs, makes now and other articles too corn planter consuiung veterinarian, snowing now to keow ana He is now a great deal better in 3 full quarts of medicine, lasts about 3 months, costs only one dollar & is LEGALLY GUARANTEED to satisfy showing how to cure diseases in Uorses. Cattle, numerous to mention. Sheep, Swine and Poultry, together with oier 14 money refunded- is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS ,r every way. Remedies, including About 40 acres of corn will be sold to IN MEDICINE for the nerves, stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood. A household remedy most RESORBINE For sale by all dealers. Price 50 eZlienc-c-J:M!rE''SAdruggist hasn't got it or won't get it, Out guaranteed remedy for Ring Bones. Spavics be fed "down. Terms announced on cents. WILL FILL YOUR t n Co., Buffalo. Splints or any bony enlargements. the way to putvrcy. RAID. day of sale. Maiwbctared by THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) CHARLIE WHITE-MOON- S New York, sole agents for the United SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR , Baltimore, Md, U.S.A. HUMAN SKINONLY, guaranteed to, satisfy or money refunded.' iocor3 bars 23c at all dealers, Retail, who HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, Agents. States. COMPANY " MieisHMHI For salo by slMiMaBMH are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. " . ,, u. a. A.. Jfcrtw, C. & J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. Lancaster, Ky. Remember the name Doan's and Agents wanted in other towns. Col. I. M. Dunn. Auctioneer. .. - . ' . R. E. McRoberts & Son take no other. AGAIN ALL NEW ....h.m.nPAinmi Public Sale Of rAKiucK 3 tuLuiun Special Train Over L. & N. ;.l in LAND e Personality. SUN BROTHERS T;'rrr'aooiT7a LA -- iU I V a at Physician & Surgeon. Ul A' kxxw vvu. 1 Slrt B Dr. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. fi L COME! COME! tr-l- Dins-mor- e, Hundred Great Artists and Greatest Show Ever W. M. ELLIOTT, Finest ever Erected. Bands Ornate Trappings. Physician and Surgeon. - - run-dow- J 2-- 3 QX O LIVERY, FEED t V ana SALE STABLE. CO and-Noveltie- s. Pw Lancaster. Saturday, Aug 31st THE NATIONAL BANK Capital $50,000. "WA.TJTJSR. , one-ha- lf 2-- :- $Surplus 25,000. ." -- -- H. J. PATRICK, i Book-Keepe- It Helps! Dentist. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. :- Paint Lick, itr Kentucky Public daiui AI. K. Denny, "1 DENTIST Of Land. SEPTEMBER... 9, 16,11, 12, 13, 14, 1912 it" Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Take CARDUI Kentucky State Fair LIBERAL OFFERED Clean Free Attractions The Woman's Tonic Public Sale Of LAND Personal Property. 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