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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 30, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912083001_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 30, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION) UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1912. Tomorrow is Circus Day. Splendid Opportunities. Miss Elizabeth Gibbs Victim dicitis. Of AppenWorth Yancey Dies In Lexington After A NUMBER 21. FALL TAILORING OPENING. The L. E. Hays Co. Cincinnati's oldest and best Tailors Protracted Illness. Advertisements for the sale of several fine farms are now ranning in the Record and persons desiring a location will do well to give them their attention Such oppoitunities to buy farms ot this class are seldom offered and they will attract large crowds and spirited Judg Carroll Here. Miss Elizabeth, the fourteen year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs S. L, Gibbs was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital in Lexington on last Friday afternoon, where on Saturday morning she was operated upon for appendicitis, She stood the operation and the resulting shock well and is improving nicely, and it is to be hoped will soon be out, Her mother is at her bedside. Surveying Government Building Site. will hold opening and make display for us on Friday and Saturday Aug, 30th, and 31st, of this week, at which time Mr. Otto Kuhn one of their foremost cutters will show all fall suitings for men. This firm has been making clothes in T "K'X the new' weaves and colors in .... i tor 4b years. Don't fail to see' i tillS line COnSlSt- ing of 300 beautiful styles. . J pfipoofpi" dlHCUSLt, f J O.O. TX7 . VV Vi OITil CO. QI e&cEfScesce A complete line of Mill i" J The sale will begin promptly at 10 Mr. Homer Tinsley, County Surveyor, o'clock a. m. The farm is composed plan of the is surveying and making a of about 265 acres and is about 5$ Grant property and a part of the miles from Lancaster, 6J miles from Presbyterian church yard, the prosuanville and about 5 miles from Stanpective site for the new .Government ford, and is divided into two tracts by Building. Capt. Wm. Herndon has prethe Old Danville and Lancaster turnpared an abstract to the title to the pike with about 170 acres in one tract, property and when the survey and plat and about 95 in another. This is an is completed, they will be submitted to Efforts Of Boys Corn Club In Garrard unusually well watered farm, the land satisthe Government, and if found commonwealth. County Calculated To Teach Valulying practically level and is all under factory, the -- transfer will be made. good fence. able Lesson In Practical The farm will be offered in two Notice." Saufley Appointed. Farming. tracts and then as a whole and the Notice of the desolution of the Mr. Shelton M. Saufley, editor of highest and best bid will be accepted. Tobacco Company is hereby the Stand ford Interior Journal was in The friendly rivalry among the boys This farm is unexcelled in Central the city last Monday and as usual was given. By consent in writing of the of the county in competing for the Kentucky in its fertility, beauty, and feeling good. He has just been named owners of all the shares of stock in offered prizes and to see who can raise convenience. What is known as the as democratic committeeman from the said Company its business is closed the best acre of corn is calculated to home tract has been used almost exeighth district and this is an honor be- and its affairs wound up. If any one be of twofold value; it will not only clusively as a slock farm for fifty stowed in the right place for Shelton has a claim against said Company they offer valuable lessons to the boys and seven years, about sixty five acres in has always been a worker for the will present it at once. And this prove an incentive to them, but it will virgin soil in bluegrass with some very Reparty. He will begin active service at notice is published in the Central teach a valuable lesson to their elders fine sugar tree, walnut and ash timber. once and in a short time hopes to have cord, a newspaper in Lancaster, Ky., in practical farming. Take for in- About sixty acres has been in blue the entire district well organized. as requested by Section 501 of the stance an acre of corn being grown by grass about fifty years without being Kentucky Statutes. During the late campaign, Saufley did one of the contestants, a son of 'Squire plowed and the remainder of the place Banks Hudson, President. a great deal to help Harvey Helm get R. F. Parsons in the Flatwood section has been plowed only a few times in the nomination for Congress, and when A Happy of the county. This acre of land is on fifty years. The home place is watered Saufley and his Frankfort friends go thin ground and the young man used by six never failing springs, two wells, after the Collectors place, it will be On the 22nd inst Mr, and Mrs. S. B. 2800 pounds of fertilizer when putting one good pond and a large cistern. Henry had gathered around their hoshard to turn him down. pitable board for the first time during in his corn, he planted his corn eleven There is a large residence, a good inches apart, two stalks to the hill, stock barn and a tenant house on the Will Cliarnp Cashier Citizens National their entire married life the complete cultivated it well, and the result is home place. family, the oldest child having left TERMS-On- e that third cash, one third in Bank Stricken With Appendicitis home to reside in Arkansas before the seen conservative farmers who have his crop say that it will yield 25 one year, one third in two years and youngest was born, and' all of them barrels to the acre. This shows clearAnd Undergoes Operation. never since having been at home at the ly what, under proper conditions and notes will be required and a lien reTwenty-six- , same time. including proper usages may be done with this tained upon the land, notes bearing inWill F. Champ, the popular cashier terest at the rate of 6 per cent from children and grand children partook of class of soil. of the Citizens National Bank who has the meal, and it was indeed a source Other contestants have equally as the date of the sale. Any one desiring good crops and the contest for the been in rather poor health for the last of much gratification to Mr. and Mrs. championship and the coveted prem- to look at this farm will call upon few months, went to Louisville on last Henry to have all either J. E. Robinson, at Lancaster, of their loved ones iums promises to be a lively one. Saturday to consult a snecialist as to J. A. Robinson or John C. Robinson, thus gathered about them. A liberal his malady. He was informed that he purse was made up by the assembled Danville, Kentucky, who will take Another Appendicitis Victim. vas suffering with appendicitis and children and presented to the old folks, pleasure in showing it. This farm will aisu Willi i uisiucutt'u iiuut;,, iiiiu un Talton Wheeler, aged 18, son of Mrs. be sold without reserve or by bid to the Clean Up The Alleys. Monday morning at the Jewish hospital Talton E. Wheeler of Nina, and a highest and best bidder. This is a rare in Louisville oprations were performed Some of the alleys of the city are in brother of Dr. Will Wheeler, the Lan- opportunity to obtain one of the best for both ailments. Mrs. Cnamp was a deplorable condition, both from a caster dentist, was operated on at the farms in the blue grass of Kentucky. with him, as alao was Mr. Henry Moore, sanitary point and as far as travel is Gbod Samaritan Hospital in Lexington, The following- is a part of the per a life long friend and business associ concerned. Some of the alleys are so Tuesday for Appendicitis. The young sonal property ate. Mr. Moore has returned bringing badly blocked with old vehicles and Twenty six 1,200 pound cattle, man is reported as doing well and his ty good; five good milch cows, qualigrade with him the cheering news that Mr. such plunder as to make travel difficult condition is considered hopeful. nereiora two good grade hereford Champ is doing well and that the in day time and dangerous at night. heifers; 1 short horn bull; 3 calves; physicians offer every hope for his sixty six stock ewes; 1 pair of Others are in a sad condition from a speedy recovery, and prophecy that aged work mules; 1 five year old mule; sanitary point. It would be a good 1 four year old mule; 5 coming four barring the unforseen, he will be home idea for the city council to look into year old mules, all well broke and good in the coui-sof three or four weeks. this matter and thereby save a possible ones; 3 two year old mules, well broke; 2 brood mares; 1 mare mule colt and suit against the city from someone 25 stock hogs. Also about four hunwho is liable to be injured by these ob dred bales of hay, one vulcan turning structions, and also during the pre plow, good as new. 1 cutting harrow; 1 McCormack binder, good as new; 2 valence of so much sickness every pretwo horse waeons: 2 drasr harrows: 1 caution should be taken, by the city as slide and other farming implements too well as by individuals, to preserve numerous to mention. Also about 30 tnevery oest sanitary condition possible. acres of corn. Dinner served on the grounds. Any Goes To Pen. further information call on J. E. Rob In the Circuit Court Tuesday a jury inson, Attorney, Lancaster, Kentncky. found LeslieBurton colored gulty Mrs. Sallie E. Robinson, Executrix. and he was given an inCapt. I. M. Dunn Auctioneer. determinate sentence of from 2 to 21 years in the penetentiary. Burton shot and killed Herbert Hutchinson, another negro, at a colored frolic at White Oak below Bryantsville in November 1911. At a previous term of court a jury disagreed as to Burton's guilt, and his final conviction was doubtles due to the vigorous prosecution by County Attorney J. E. RobinAs agents for R. M. Moss, we will son, who is determined to break up the offer his farm and personal property crime prevalent among the colored peofor sale on the premises on. ple who frequent these gatherings and Pil-grina- ge n. :e Judge John D., Carroll, on Associate Judge of the Kentucky Court of Appeals, and who is a candidate for reelection, and we are glad to say without opposition, was in Lancaster on Tuesday. Judge Carroll is one of the ablest jurists that ever graced the supreme bench of Kentucky; he is an aggressive democrat and has assisted in many hard fought battles in his party's behalf, and is very popular throughout the entire Worth Bryan Yancey died at the home of his mother in Lexington Monday afternoon after an illness extending over a period of nearly two years, most of which time he was confined to his room. The funeral was held at the Rev. home Wednesday afternoon, Mark Collins of the Broadway Christian Church officiating. The deceased was 33 years of age. Besides his mother Mrs. Sarah K. Yancey he is survived by one brother, Hogan L. Yancey, City Attorney of Lexington and one sister Miss Leila Yancey. Worth Yancey is well remembered as a lad by many Lancaster people; he is a son of the late Rev. J. L. Yancey who with his family resided here at one time, Rev. Yancey being in charge of the local Christian Church. Public Sale LAND And Personality. - tZkM O r EEgaE$k & WJ lib mr v SSL As Executrix of James Robinson, deceased, I will sell to the highest and best bidder at his late residence, near Hubble in Lincoln County, on THURSDAY, SEPT. 12th. 1912 the following personal property and eskl aiSbiZsi v p$iT gj-.;-.-- -M g k1 vri i real estate. KSOf. P RWu r wtt ''"- - Mh 31I te spiral SBv2av liny J31 Prnl"f fcf2s-- j Eh. L -J fkM o 1A7S1 wiww ywmBm D. HASELDEN BROTHERS. j rt l.i sV MiuiruiiiAdiige&uiu, mine next au clays we will give to purchaser this beautiful set of Enamel Ware. We are putting in a full line of Heating and Cooking ,fejiC 3S'HHKl J . I . oanu.'. : irlrr a ft, -- 2- fi HAVE YOUR FALL SUIT ofman-slaught- er promote trouble. The trial of Thomas Ralston for the killing of George Finley at Paint Lick was postponed until next Monday. for READY. every Most man you see in Lancaster, Ky, has worn a Hay's tailored Public Sale Of and expect to sell them at rock suit, because bottom prices. LAND they are good And Personal Property. See me before you buy. Hays has. been making clothes WEDNESDAY, SEPT 4th, ROMANS. STOVES J. Once You The Great The Corn Outlook. On every side we hear a prediction for a bountiful corn crop and the dealers are already taking down the price, however there is slight chance for low priced corn as long as hogs remain around the $9. mark, Perhaps it would be as well for the farmers if corn were not so high; last year, tempted by the high price offered, the exceedingly farmers sold off every possible barrel of corn, in many instances more than they could possibly spare, the consequence was that stock emerged from a long hard winter in poorer' condition than ever was known. In many instances they were fed on inferior corn and hay, and sometimes fodder, which caused disease and many horses died. With corn bringing around $2. the farmer would not be so tempted to curtail his winter supply and his stock would winter better in consequence. Growing Provident. Majestic Will give you a pleasure to use it. Call and see. - Polite Salesmen Will Take Pleasure In Showing You, Promopted by the high prices of hay stuff, farmers are baling their straw and prodably 25 baling outfits are at work in the county at presint , and with the abundant hay crop suqqlemented by the straw, they will all be kept , busy' for many weeks to come. and feed CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. Z . - Having taken rooms at Mrs. H.A.B Marksbury's, I will resume my business of dress making, and will be glad to meet my old customers and to welcome new ones, Phone 76. Miss Julia Reed. &3333C33p Dr. Byrne the Oculist will only remain here for the remaining days of this week, so if you wish to get glasses from him this will be your last men for 25 years. We are going to help you have your fall suit Nready by having a big display of men's fall suiting by The L. E. Hays Co., on Friday and Saturday Aug. 30th, and 31st, of this week at which time an experi cutter enced will take your for measure present or future delivery. Jas. W. Smith. Lancaster 1912. The farm contains 98$ acres of very fertile land, 1 mile north of Bryantsville on the Lexington pike and near the Camp Dick Robinson section, fa- Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods mous for.its fertile soil, its splendid location and its attractive appearance. CO O The farm is 9 miles from Danville, 10 ft O miles from Lancaster and 4 miles from Kentucky river over which stock and O M farm products may be shipped to market. The land grows all crops abundM antly, the improvements are first class, 7 a beautiful residence, large tobacco travelling by the high grade grocery as and stock barn and other necessary w buildings. The interurban line will route, there is no danger of your soon run through this section giving O ever trying any other way. connection with Lexington and other OH cities. The proposed electric plant, on CQ It's a pleasant way for a family Dix river a few miles from the farm W to go through life. will furnish power and light for that CO section. The owner has an offer to engage in business in a City is the reason O Money-Savin- g for selling. The farm will be shown CO any time by the owner or undersigned. w Sale begins at 9:30 o'clock a. m. and the farm will be offered first The personal property consists of 1 pair of Because it insures the greatest mules, 15$ hands, four and six years bodily comfort and nothing that old; 1 pair 15$ hand four year old horse W mules; 1 mare and horse colt; 1 mare CO imwe know of approaches that in and mare mule colt; 1 family horse seven years old; 1 fresh Jersey cow and portance. heifer calf; 2 Jersey heifers and calves; O 3 Jersey cows three year old; 1 registerCO If you've been going some other ed Jersey Bull 20 months old; 1 Jersey M heifer fresh in January; 1 Jersey heifer way you may change routes just as ttf five months old; 1 sow and six pigs; 3 soon as you like. sows will farrow before sale; nine 80 lb shoats; 1 Deering binder good as Here is a store that will be glad new; 1 McCormack mower; 1 w sweep rake; 1 riding cultivator, 3 to serve you. Pleased to supply you double shovel plows, 2 number 12 Vulwagon good as can plows; 1 with unquestioned goodnessin the new; 2 sets of wagon harness; 1 rubber things you eat, day in and day out tire phaeton; 1 runabout; 1 twohorse corn planter now and other articles too H for all the year. numerous to mention. 40 acres of corn will be sold to About be fed down. Terms announced on day of sale. CO HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, Agents. Lancaster, Ky. Col. I. M. Dunn. Auctioneer. spoof) ubo puBjg asioijaimM. snouisa jo auji ajaidraoo W. Get Started f S And a Way. 2 o a : s i a o two-hor- se two-hor- o 2 se o Theo Currey. a o o d. r il-'- & BE CAREFUL We can furnish you with recleaned Wheat selected especially for seeding, as well as Barley & WHBN YOU SELECT YOUR 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 Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 Obelisk and Logan Smith Improving. A-- 1 -- Purity Flour. Each will please you. dnsMjflMTrlMrE :mm&r&Mt m a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Eutered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., August 30, 1912. requested to be Wilson." present September 7th. at 2:30 as it is the annual election of offices, Subject Gov. Woodrow Wilson will make a next Saturday, "The Importance Of limited number of speeches during the The Press. present campaign. Hon. W. J. Bryan has arranged to speak in the middle Mrs. Cleveland Rose and Mr. J. F. West, while Speaker Champ Clark and stump Holtclaw, both of whom are suffering Floor Leader Underwood will dothe south and southwest. This plan of with tyhoid fever, are reported as ing well, and it is the earnest hope of action was agreed upon at a conference many friends that they may soon held at the University Club in New their recover. York on last Sunday. Under the present apportionment of Cap't Bourne's Offerings. the Eleventh Congressional District, Capt Ambrose Bourne the auctioneer the republican vote is about 29,000, reports bnisness as being about the this will in all likelihood be about average on Monday, offerings being equally divided between the Taft eleliberal and bidding spirited. He reports ment and the Bull Moose, and it is the sale of sows and pigs at from $15. said that there are many republicans to 25., cows & calves from 35. to belonging to both of these wings who $50, plug horses at from $60. to $80. candirather than see "the other" and several mules colts, yearlings, at date elected would vote for the demoaverage og $50. each cratic candidate. 15,000 staunch demo an crats are lined un behind Hon. Beirf County Court Day. V. Smith, their nominee, and with the possibility of securing some strength Monday was county court day, and from their dissatisified rivals, it does because of a partial lull in politics look to us as if he had a fighting farmers turned th.6ir attention to busichance to win. ness. There was between 300 and 400 cattle at the local pens, of every deGov. Thomas R.Marshall of Indiana, scription, and the entire lot changed democratic nominee for vie? president, hands at prices ranging from 2J to 5 spoke to a large audience in Portland cents. Mr. J. M. Roberts came in Me. Monday. A State campaign is in from Somerset with 73 head and disprogress in that state, but Gov, Mar- posed of them at the ruling prices, shall declined to discuss local issues. His remarks were chiefly directed Come And See For Yourself. r gainst the high protective tariff, but he took a fling at Theo. Roosevelt, nigth Next that during his seven and one room Monday Council at the City Court the City of the City of half years tenure of office he failed to Lancaster will hold its regular monthy put curb on a single monopoly. Gov. Marshall is a forcelull speaker and will meeting, and we believe that business will be transacted at that meeting do yeoman service for his party. He which will be of interest not only to has a speaking tour before him coverening a period of over three weeks, the people of the town but of the betire county, namely, we hope and covering the states of New York, lieve that some action will be taken in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. the much mooted telephone matter. Come in and hear what is said and done Congress adjourned sine die at 4:30 and we believe it will interest you. o'clock Monday afternoon, after having passed all the large supply bills Farm Sold' which have proved a bone of contention for the past week. Thejestimate Hugh & Swinebroad, the real esof the appropriations made to run the tate men have sold the farm of Mr. Government for the fiscal year ending T. B. Robinsons near town to Mr. Gec.O. June 30, 1913, all of which were passSpoonamore. of Lincoln Co. The farm ed its $ 1,019,636,143.66 This vast amconsists of 130 acres and sold at $ 90.00 ount of money is $ 21,000,000 less than per acre. Mr. Spoonamore is an exthe estimates offered, this amunt being gentleman and we welcome him pared from the varions estimats of- cellent country. Mr. Robinson tells us to our fered in the bill despite the clamor of that he will likely buy another farm "the repnblicans that nothing less then near Lancaster and that he would not the amount asked would suffice to run county. the affairs of the Government, and think of leaving this when they failed to get, prophecy that congress will face a big deficit at the As Last Week The Line Up Of The end of the fiscal year. The democratic lower househowever, determined to risk the chances and insisted on There is no change from the standing as published last week in the great their rule of retrenchment Piano contest. There is but little time remaining to the contestants, and it behooves each arid every one of the Baughman Sale. contestants who expect or hope to win Mr. J. H. Baughman the popular the grand prize, to utilize every minLincoln couty stockman and farmer ute of the remaining time. No use to was in town monday and paid the Rec- be discouraged because you have fallen ord office a pleasant visit. He tells back a notch or two, redouble your efus that his annual sale will take place forts and regain your lost ground, and this year either the last week in Sept- then use your every effort to maintain ember or tbe first week in October. your position. Following is the standThis sale has grown to be one of the lead"-in- g ing of contestants at the last count: LANCASTER DISTRICT. features to stockmenin Central Ken tucky, attracts buyers from everywhere Mae Powell 431,562 because of the quantity and quality of Mary Eliza Holtzclow 398,355 the offerings. Kate Ham 309,381 Katie Mae Dickerson, 233,804 as-sert- The Philadelphia Inquirer says, tho two evils- - choose neither--Vot- e "Of for W. C. T. U. The Fairs. All members are Reports from the bedside of Logan Smith who is in the St. Joseph Hospital in Lexington, where he recently underwent an operation for appendicitis, state that he is improving and is now thought to be entirely out of danger. However, as the case was an un usually severe one, it will be several weeks before he will be allowed to leave the hospital. Bright Swinebroad Disposes Of Nicholesville and London are attracting the fair going public this week, each of these places staging splendid exhibitons. W. B. Burton and Dr. Pointus are at London with their road horse and are expecting great things of him. The people of Garrard county are certainly fair going people and many of them visit every fair within a radius of 50 miles, finally winding up at the State fair in Louisville. Capt. H. B. Grant One Of The Most LOOK. We have added to our business a iWiifanMP. m Part Of Prominent Masons In Kentucky His Herd Of Fine Jersies At A Fan cy Price To Lexington Par- Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices For For For For Vr County Offices State and District Offices.... Calls, per line Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line $ 5.00 10.00 15.00 10 10 ties. Dies At His Home In 10 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey FOR VICE-PRESIDEN- T. THOMAS R. MARSHALL, Of Indiana For Congress. HARVEY HELM, of Lincoln. For Commonwealth's Attorney EMMET V. PURYEAR, of Boyle. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action Louisville. A few years ago Mr. G. B. Swinebroad embarked in the jersey cattle Cap't Henry Bannister Grant, raising industry, in a small way at first and prominent Mason while living in town, but afterwards died at his home in Louisvilie Monday securing a small farm near the outafternoon following a short illness of skirts and enlarging his herd until it pneumonia. Capt. Grant was 75 years has assumed large proportions. So of age. He has been secretary of the large in fact that together with his law Grand Lodge of Masons of Kentucky practise and a remunerative real estate for thirty three years and was greatly business, he found it impossible to de- loved by the craft throughout the vote sufficient time to this industry state. He was also prominent in the which it demanded, and he determined affairs of the Methodist Episcopal to reduce the number. Messrs Davis Church, South. & Hopkins came over from Fayette county aud purchased of Mr. SwineAssignees Notice. broad ten head from his herd, heifers and cows, paying therefor $1000. or an All parties having claims against the average of $100. per head. One three estate of D. T. Brummett Assigned year old cow which Mr. Swinebroad will present them properly proven to raised brought $250, Mr. Swinebroad me at the office of R. H. Tomlinson in yet has a number of fine animals to Lancaster Kentucky. I will commence dispose of before he gets his herd down my sittings on September 23rd and conto a size which he can handle. The tinue for a period of 6 days and all best of the herd in fact vet remains. claims not presented will be barred. This opens up another industry for Gar- All persons knowing themselves indebtrard county. Some one who has the ed to said estate must pay same at once time to devote to this business could or I will be compelled to proceed againreap a splendid reward, as the industry st them this August 20th. 1912. is a paying one from the very start- - I J. A. Jones Assignee of D. T, Brummett soldier,- and will keep in stock at all times all grades of Coal Yard Milling -churchman Now is the time to lay in your winter supply. Call No 47 or call at office for prices. Garrard Go METAL IgjgpriirmigrmJH i&Winamfi&m'&MWmt&na CORTRIGHTs 2gjjT " ''W SHINGLES, Used in ever increasing m quantities, because the roofs K 3ZJwx& r put on 26 years ago are as JtW and have j4$f;, good as new ttjftr never needed repairs. $&fify Don't put onvthat roof f until you see them. fJP to-da- y, ff ff' &yy$f W7frffrff of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the I Wire Drawn Tungsten I 1 ELfcGTRIC LftMPS. I Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. S. Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action t uic i.. ui iU ueiuueiiiui; party. T- -l i 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 Should Lead You to deposit your money in a good bank rather than keep it where it is exposed to all kinds of Prudence m light. 4.1 For Assessor. 1 STORMES DRUG STORE O Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the democratic party. C. We are authorized to announce Dave to We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomination of Assessor of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. B. Collier as a candidate for the nomination for assessor of Garrard county, Bubject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Huffman for a candidate for assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the Democratic party. For School Superintendant. We are authorized to announce Public Sale! OF- - risks If the Garrard Bank & Trust Co, offered no other inducement than a sure place to keep your cash it would be well worth while to open an account there, but ir offers many others. Come and ask any of the officers what they are. Three per cent paid on time deposits. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. B. P. HUDSON, Sheep, Cattle one-quarter President J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED j. and Hogs. "We Citizens National Bank - J "Go To Garrard For Seed." Jennie Higgins as a candidate for School Superintendant for Garrard The above will in a few years become county, subject to the action of the the slogan for farmers 'througout cenDemocratic party. tral Kentucky if the record for For Jailer. the past" few years is maintained. We are authorized to announce Jack Last spring every available bushel Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- of corn in the county was eagerrard county, subject to the action of ly taken by dealers in Lexington to be the Democratic party. furnished to the farmers for seed corn, so also was the case as regards tobacco We are authorized to announce Dave Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- seed, local farmers being besieged for rard county, subject to the action of seed and offered a fancy price. Now the Democratic party. it is seed wheat. Because of the splendid quality of the wheat crop this year local dealers are offering a splendid For Magistrate. quality of seed wheat to the farmers, We. are authorizea to announce John N. White as a candidate for many of the crops of the county weighMagistrate, in the first district of Gar-- ed out from 59 to 62 pounds to the ruru cuuuuy, auujeti, tu wc otuuu of bushel, free from cockrel and other the democratic party. waste and is very desirable for seed We are authorized to announce wheat. WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for MagThe farmers of the county are fast istrate in the first district of Garrard coming to a realization of the fact that County, subject to the action of the quality as well as quantity pays, and democratic partv. as a result the standard of all crops We are authorized to announce Ship-to-n raised in the county has enhanced fully H. Estes as a candidate for 50 per cent in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. The Of A Mag-strat- e, Miss Alline Thomas Jennie Cox Lillian Estes Sallie Anderson Lillie Croucher....-- . Beulah Mae Beazley 118,803 90,799 71,753 50,395 37,394 27,500 I will, at my farm, of a mile west of Buena Vista, on the Buena Vista and Burgin Turnpike, sell the following property" to the highest bidder on CAPITAL- $50,000. W. O. Rigney, SURPLUS $35,000. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. Saturday, Sept. 7. 1912. At 1 J. J. "Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. 4 k Lewis L. Walker, Prompt Attention. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs C. A. Arnold, BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. Osa Coulter 510,725 Mary Ellen Farley 340,825 Lucy Campbell Flossa May Teater Rella Ruble Mary Belle Halcomb.Ollie Crawford Flora Ruble Blanche Stone 278,150 233,350 217,350 199,800 185,785 181,000 . .157,025 153,100 139,865 130.350 125,600 110,150 54,600 54,500 51,200 1 o'clock p. m. HORSES. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. Directors. - walker; 1 three year old Saddle Horse, tip-to- p Mare. This mare is 16 hands and will work anywhere, gentle driver, and is in foal to jack; 1 Horse, unbroke; 1 work mule. extra nice CATTLE. good short yearling red steer; 2 good black Milk Cows; extra large cows and very best of milkers; no cows produce better calves; 1 good Jersey Milk Cow; will be fresh October 1; 2 good heifer calves; 1 2"year-ol- d Heifer; 1 Heifer calf; 20 head of extra good weanling Steer Calves the best lot of calves in this or any other county, all good, high-gradpound fat cow. good individuals and fat; 1 e, .' . Ethel Onstott Clodie Speaks Maggie Norn's Ophelia Montgomery Annie Osborne mn corr 1 Notice! Poultry Raisers 4-11- -44 CURES Cholera. GaDes. LimbernecR. Roud, CanRer,. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry for yean and tKnkil the feat "I rave used Recipe 1 Miu Katie Brynt. Bar&town. Ky.. ay poultry remedy made. 1 cures gipe, and lirnberneck without faiL" , dropped down the WI of a 8"Piaa drop of Recipe Will Coome. Barditown. Ky.. iay "One chicken kill the worm and reUerei the chick inuantly. his the belt prerentMe I datc ever md. Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robt, Crume, Bardslown, Ky. Price 50c at all Droistj. 4-- Mattie Scott ' Trials Traveler. We are authorized to announce "I am a traveling salesman,', writes Charles C. Becker as a candidate for E. E. Youngs, E. Berkshire, Vt., "and Magistrate in the second district of was often troubled with constipation Garrard county, subject to the action and indigestion till I began to use Dr. democratic party. of the King's New Life Pills, which I have We are authorized to announce Tay- found an excellent remedy." For all lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Gar- stomach, liver or kidney troubles there rard county, subject to the action of is nothing better. .Only 25 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. im the democratic party. Nancy Johnson SHEEP. CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. Ky. bred Ewes, 2 f33 good plain Stock Ewes: 30 extra good black-face-d Mrs. Dave Newland to 3 years old, 464,605 Lillian Garner 415,380 HOGS. Mrs. Dove Garner 396,872 Mamie Holman 345,238 35 Head of 85 pound Stock Hogs; 15 Head of 165 pound Stock Hogs; LelaBarnett SOU) BY R. E. McRoberts &. Son. SusieButt Eva Fletch Ida Lee Campbell Cecil Garner. . ." Mahala Howard Hattie Bogie Bertha Rogers Bessie Reynolds Nell Davis " 270,650 262,040 176,316 156.800 52.728 51,870 39,690 3 good Brood Sows. W. O. Rigney funeral Director and Home Phone 33. TERMS ANNOUNCED AT SALE. - . ... , .,40,594 A, T. SCOTT, BUENA VISTA, KENTUCKY. Embalmer. Office Phone 18. ..... ..'.".2,742 Lancaster, Ky.--; ,- - t'"rJL "3?'tV' V. W . i t- - s SLflgTiiaKEigrBsangLJii. :giSsrTaaflSHng -- jwjtt It iice Fall Showin - i if Josep ;rtL4rmrVErVu&X?3uiZrGLT3Z WEARING APPAREL AT 2a. ! P s " 1 This Space Is Reserved For We Talk: To You t Si "t o SEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY. Through This Paper. i 'i I ?iS3LE7T3L3TE&z&' lfcS..r,. Harey Estes and sister Lillian Estes ramme has been arranged, Elder F. M. are visfting in Georgetown. Tinder will make a address upon the "Importance of Education. Miss Susie Hilton is in Stanford with her mother, Mrs. J. H. Hilton. Mrs. J. E. Robinson entertained Miss Anna Shaw of Richmond is the some little people Tuesday afternoon guest of Mrs W. H. Ward this week. to commerate the sixth birthday of her cousin, Mrs Walter Allen Jr., dainty Mrs. Jesse Arnold of Frankfort is refreshments were served and a merry visiting her mother Mrs. Ella Bettis. time spent. 1 John Deere & Oliver Sulky Plows Gossip About People e vg n A Brief Mention of the Comintfj and Goings by Those W t Are interested In. Specialist. r Dr.' J. J. Byrne The well known Cincinnati YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Court Week Optician. V, NrLpsSlrvs. xsr-s.- i .. r VSvvr 'i s. . Sl?-.- ."- - ?. V." "WVWcs. a - iJ l,r I U- - JZ--- vol T'--' jr? )) Z stA ?J sT v Tr v (?4 sir ggr3' xamr-20Htl&-- f " - ggga nil "i . ---- K jy s x ? I x -- ill a i v&vr a liTSI I" , xw v 4 . .. i--- ecC J American Fnnce. Hoosier Wheat Dulls. Clarks Double- Cutting line of Implements car.iietl in town. Hsu-ivw, Best Prices Right. J. R. MOUNT, SON -- & CO, Fidelitv Phenix Fire Insurance Co 3 Attention Farmer O We make a specialty of your needs and write a policy especially adapted for your propertjr. It will pay you to investigate our 3 n ft P ta o special policy. KEMPER Garnett Kemper. &, WOODS, R. G. Woods. PAINT LICK, KY. Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. w. HARTFORD, Aetna, )S !HTlTTay?aa'g National Of Hartford. ?JcTygVgFJK-JB,5M- We Write Anv Kind of T&. if IN .. Phone or call on us iunHMPaM ll Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky- - itjPaja gj'Aatg'gifJ Take Any Beam XUU 11U.C liUlll UUI r V M timber piles. No need to spend time in look ing for good ones. Every stick in the pile is sound, seasonable and straight. R wMtimmm rilA lbs i MFmw Sfeg rit "t ja 'i i .1 i riz- - it-- - i k. m ' i -- Km - :' IX.71K rfJ fr SlA'tefH'JI rft3UTlrfLHrJ.l kLJ 2.3i,.,.tt IfiM'l i; ;! T? f i ii II M CI l Remember that upon the beams' depends the house. That's why you should get the best vhiclrmeans getting them here. 5 J! l1 . i Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. SINCE TAKING OVER THE Insurance & , of Hudson that make a specialty of Farm Insurance. Let me insure your property. I Insure Tobacco. Office Wherritt, I have added companies B4 Agency Lancaster, Kentucky. "Sf.w ( f. p. Citizens National Bank. frisbie. Miss Willie Henry of Lexington is The following announcement will be Msss Hallie Brown was in Stanford visiting her sister Mrs. Henry Simp--1 quite enteresting to readers of the for the fair the past week. son. Record and Mrs. F. M. Tinder Mr. James A. Uudderar was with Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Holloway of announce the engagement of their McKinney Saturday. relatives in Chattangooe have been visiting Lan- - daughter, Frances Crenshaw, to Mr. W. S. Ferguson of Covington is here caster relatives. Benjamine F. Robinson. The wedding mingling with his many frends. will occur this fall. Mrs Margeret Arnold and son Eugene Mrs Dollie Brown has been recuperat- of Richmond are spending a week with Mrs. R. E. McRoberts and daushter ing by a stay at Dripping springs Mrs W. H. Ward. Miss Letty May entertained at an elSaturday Mrs D.W. Bridges of Richmoud is the Miss Mary Chestnut has returned aborate course luncheon gnest of Misses Martha and Helen from a qisit to her sister Mrs. John afternoon to about 40 guests. The home was artistic in its decorations Gill. Woods of Lexington. and the refreshments most appetizing. Mrs J. M. Elliott left Sunday for a Mrs. Bowling of East Bernstadt is stay with her daughtor in Cleveland here with her daughtes, Mrs. W. S. Mrs.T. J. Price entertained Tuesday Tenn from 4 to 5:30 in honor of her 3isters, Carrier and family. the Misses Washburn of Louisvillen Miss T M Wilson of Bowling Green Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Pursley and Miss and Mrs. M. L. Mabry of Tallahassee, is with her parents Mr and Mrs J R. Stella Sanders were in Stanford, last Florida. The home was beautifully Mount Friday for the Fair. decorated with potted plants and cut Miss Julia Higgins of Richmond is were in profusion. Frappe Mrs. S. P. Grant and daughter Miss flowers being entertained by Miss Annie was served on the porch which was atLeila Grant, of Danville are guests of Herndon. tractive with blooming flowers. About Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price. Mrs Perry West has returned to her 50 guests were assembled and were Miss Minnie Lee Sanders of Marks-burr- y profuse in their compliments to Mrs. homein New York after a visit to Miss is the guest of her sister Mrs. Price and sisters. The Agnes Miles refreshments W. 0. Burk of Kirksville. were quite inviting and daintily served. Miss Margerit Kinnard is in LebanMisses Mayme and Lillian Davis of on with her friend Mrs Boyd Winches miss i.etty Mae Mcnooeus was Jacksonville, Florida are guests of hostess Wednesday for a Chi Omega ter Phillips. Miss Annie Margaret Elkin. luncheon to the following attractive Mrs. Sallie Daily spent the past Misses Bernie Lear and Margaret guests Miss Lillian Crouch, of Clarks-vill"week in Lexington with her sister Mrs. Arnold left this week to visit friends Tenn., Miss Nancy Walker, LanJJottie Miller. in Nicholasville and Lexington. caster, Misses Lena Phillips, Kate Mr E K Sutton has rehired to his home Nicholasville, Jennette Mr. Russell Brown and Mrs. Brown Campbell, Valdorsa Ga. after a visit to Mr and s, (nee Miss Ada Wes'ey)of Liberty, are Thornton and Darnaby Hinton, Mrs S E Dickerson. Hilda Threlkeld Maysville, Miss the guests of Miss Hallie Brown. Mrs. George Robinson of Danville, Anna Coleman Van Meter, Winchester, Mrs. E. P. Halley of Oakland. Misses Martha Land, Mary L. is here to see her sister Miss Bettie l, California arrived this week to visit and Mrs. Charles Bronston West who continues quite sick. Captain T. A. Elkin and family. Mrl and Mrs R. E. Hughes and little Mrs. M. A. Gates of Ronceverte, daughter Margerite Elkin Hughes of West Va. , came Tuesday for a visit to PAINT LICK. Louisville are with relatives here. Mrs. Emma P. Grant and daughters. Miss Frances Miles has returned to Mr. Champ Mullins, and the Misses . Miss Hazel Patrick spent Saturday her home in Louisville after a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles. Lummins oi Wichita, Kansas, are with friends in Richmond. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown. Miss Jane Terry entertained a numMisses Allie Yantis and cousin Miss ber of her friends Saturday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allen and childwere Bessie Yantis of Indianapolis Shelby-vill- e. guests of their cousin for the Stanford ren of Chattanooga are guests of Mes- - her guest, Mr. Tevis Stone of R. L. Elkin and J. E. Robinson. dames fair, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frisby of Ohio, Miss Minnie May Robinson has been Mr. and Mrs. WmClelland Johnson enjoying a stay in Stanford, with her spent from Monday until Thursday and family who have been living in Perry-with Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Woods. Lexington over a year past will move little friend Miss Bettie McClure Mr. Miss Eleanor Hagan of Richmond to Nicholasville soon. and Mrs. G. A. Swinebroad are was the guest of Miss Jane Terry Miss Julie Reid who has been livsng enjoying by with her sister in Colorado for some spending a stay and recuperating Orseveral weeks at Crab Mrs E. C McWhorter has returned time has returned ts Lancaster where chard Springs. from Crab Orchard Springs. she expects to reside. Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton enter Mrs Ellen Wilson spent Sunday with Messes Nancy Walker Edna and tained Wednesday at an informal six homefolks. Martha Kavanaugh and Dr. Virgil G o'clock dinner in honor of Dr. E. H. Mrs bue Wallace is visiting her son Kinnard and Alex Doty spent Sunday Pearce. in Lexington. at the Dripping Sqrings. Mrs. J. E. Robinson gave a musicale Mr and Mrs M. K. Ross and Miss Mrs Ethel West Darnold is at home quite recently to a few friends, the Emma Estridge are spending a few again after an enjoyable outing in New honoree being Mrs. Walter Allen of days in Cincinnati. York, Balitmore, Old Point .Comfort, Chattanooga. Washington City and other points. Dr. W. L, Carmon has returned after Mr. and Mrs, W. O. Goodloe and a few weeks visitTwith his homefolks, Mrs. John Shackelford and little son Mrs. Fannie Kilgore and children of and Miss Frankye Kauffman left little Miss Lucile Ramsey have returned from a visit to the Misses Texas were visitors of Miss Lucy Thursday to visit their grand-mothGoodloe in Springfield. Francis last week. Mrs. Mary Kauffman of Hustonville. Mrs. S. D. Cochran and daughter Miss Louise Rice is visiting relatives Elder F. M. Tinder is holding a. serMissLillian spent the past week in in Winchester. I ies of meetings at White Oak school house this week. He is only having Lexington, the guests of Mesdames F. Mr. 0. L. Arnold is expected in this K. Denton and John Young. night services to which he most week from his home where he has been Miss. Norma Elmore who is at home spending his vacation. invites all. after a recent visit to Harrodsbjrg Judge Sterling Grimes of Luaro TexThe Colored Institute is in session of Kansas where she received much social attention as and Mesers Arthur-Jone- s one handsome party given in her honor this week. City and Wm Grimes of Stanford were recent guest of Messrs H. C. aud was by Mrs. Charles Hardin. S. C. Denny. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. McRoberts of 1 ECZEMA? TRY ZEMO Mrs. J. K. Dunn and daughters Stanford, were here Sunday to see Misses Maria and Hazel Dunn have re- Mrs. J. R. Mount whose condition is Has Cured Worst Cases And You Can turned to their home in Roswell, New improved since her recent illness. Prove It For Only 25 Cents. Mexico after a stay of three months J. W. Smith was in Lexington SunYes, try Zemo. That's all you need with relatives in Lancaster, Bryants-vill- e day to see his brother Logan who is do to get rid of the worst case of eczeand Danville. showing much improvement since he ma. You take no chance, it is no exMra George Miller Lusk is at home was operated upon for appendicitis. periment. Zemo is positively guaranfrom a visit of several weeks with Mrs Mr. T. D. Chestnut gave a most en- teed to stop itching, rash, raw, bleedJoseph Faulkner of Middlesboro. joyable course dinner Sunday the honor ing eczema, make a pimpled face Miss Rozella Pathe of Cincihnati will guests being his daughter Mrs. Charles smooth and clean. Zemo is a wonder arrive shortly and trim for Mrs Ada Burdette, of Broken Arrow Oklahoma. and the minute applied it sinks in, Kinnard this coming season. vanishes, leaves no evidence, doesn't Mr. B. M. Lanney, a landscape decMuch sympathy is extended Miss stick, no grease, just a pure, clean, Lena Bright since the death of her orator of Lexington is a guest at the wonderful liquid and it cures. This is brother Mr. Wm. Bright. He died at Simpson House, Mr Lanning is try- guaranteed. Zemo is put up by the his home in Lexington after a linger- ing to interest all Larcasterians in im- E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, ing illness of dropsy, besides a widow proving the town generally and beavti-fyin- g Mo., and sold by all druggists at $1 the park. and three daughters he is survived by for the largest bottle and at 25 cents a brother and two sisters Miss Lena A Teachers Institute will hold an all for the liberal size trial bottle. Try Bright of this city and Charles Doty days session Saturday in the village of one bottle and be convinced. , R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store. of California. Manse and a mo3t interesting prog--e, Ver-saileCas-seler Lost some where between my hous-o- n Flatwood pike ami Lancaster a rubber air cushion, Aug, 10th 1912. Any one returning same will tw rewardo!. W. S. Walker. Strayed to my place about Aug. Lltit a gray mare about 12 yeara okl. Owner can have same by proving her awl paying charges, Irvine Simpson. Judson. Ky. 2t Strayed to my place:-Durc Jersey sow. weighs about 200 pounds, owner can have same by proving ptttpertj. paying for her keep ami cost of tW A advertisement. James A. Beazley. Eyes Tested. Glasses Fit ted. All Work Guaranteed. Thousands of Satisfied customers in Madison.Garrard &. Lincoln counties POPULAR PRICES. represent the Knoxvilte Nursery Co Tenp. I can supply you with hjfk of grade flowers, shrubs, rhubarb, asparal agus, roses, viiM?3. all kinds f and fruit trees. I solicit your orders for fall delivery. Phone 2wO Jas. A. Royston. xgent. I orittt-ment- At the Hospital Building Court Week, Aug 26 to 31. Woman's Costly Fit of Temper. In a fit of temper, during: a heated discussion with her brother recently, a farmer's daughter, of Plouvorn, Brest, Northern France, cut off her right bond. All white metal frames best lenses Magazines. $2.50 to I am agent for the Ladies Honns Gold filled 10 year frame, bes't lenses Journal, Saturday Evening Post awl 3.50 to 5.50. Solid Gold frames best lenses $7.50 to tne Country Gentleman, can get ekife rates on any magazine $10.00 published., Give me your order. "Shurns" best lenses $5.00 to $7.50. Mra. DoHie Lrown. "Kryptoks" and "Compound" Lenses not included in the above. For Sale. I will sell to the highest bidder on -lt SEPTEMBER I7th. 1912 at 2 o'clock p. m. on the premises on White Lick creek 12 miles S. East eC Lancaster, Ky., 5 miles South of Paint Lick. The farm belonging to the e- tate of J. M. Higginbotham ded. containing 373 acres of good seoiI rate land with improvements. .Moat all in grass. G. T. Higginbotham, Age For $1,50 Per Gallon m I 1 1 m . We will sell you the Best Paint made and GURANTEE every drop of it. I 3k R. E. McRoberts 0& Son. WsBWnmm''-- -' - ml mi cor-rial- ly .VxXScHt HWim Iff 'tir METALLIC rMBnK fl ARTRIDGES jMk The Reminrton Cnbj kins UP a new snooting record LOOOt tO lilt More Their Use Guarantees the Life the Continued Accuraay of your Arm. 50 years of cartridge-makin- g 96 years of have taught us g To make cartridges noted for sure-firTo attain ammunition accuracy without impairing gun accuracy. To make for each kind of arm the cartridge it requires to shoot its best and to keep shooting its Best. There is a Remmgt on- - UMC cartridge specially made for your rifle your pistol. Every Remington' UMC cartridge is tested in the arm tor which it is made. Our Guarantee is behind these cartridges and behind any standard arm, to the full extent of the maker's own guarantee, when these cartridges are used. Shoot the cartridges that shoot straight. Shoot the cartridges that keep your gun shooting straight. Shoot Remington-UMcartridges. a Remington Arms-Uaio- a Metallic Cartridge Co. gun-maki- straight-shootin- hard-hittin- g e. C 25-ce- nt 2S8Bnawt7 BCTlBllaMrT'g" New York Oh 2f ..si'ibSi-i- ). iiT"." gjgS- v"l fcg JX&Z&l A jc--- . 1.. AGAIN ALL Progressive NEW Shows. VFou Sale-Wante- d -- 24 ewes. Ike M. Myers, B Flying Men Fall. Greatest Attraction Of The Season. ofroooooooovooooyoo4 1 I FARMER'S COLUMN ripaco below this heading Is for the exclusive tise of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things ou America's Favorite Amusement Enterprise. Newer, Greater and Better Than Heretofore. SUN BROTHERS World's farm as the farmer cannot afford to ader-tibNo notice will be accepted over four Hues, and will be only lu .wo issues of the Ufcord, free of charge e. Mr. Tom C. Scott bought of Marsh all Scott a horse for $15.00 x C. A. Arnold sold to Hamilton & Parsons a bunch of lambs a $3.25. once 3000 tobacco victims to stomach, liver and kidney Z. T. Rice, Phone 347-troubles just like other people, with like results in loss of appetite, back24 young ewes for sale. ache, nervousness, headache, and tired Sam Cotton. n feeling. But there's listless, Mr. V. A. Lear shipped a car load of no need to feel like that as T. D. Peehogs, of his own feeding which average bles, Henry, Tenn., proved. ,'Six 250 pounds each, to Cincinnati last bottles of Electric Bitters" he writes, week. "did more to give me new strength and good appetite than all other stomLost: Between Presbyterian Church ach remedies I used." So they help and B. F. Hudson's home on last Sunday, a knit handbag containing a pair everybody. Its folly to suffer when glasses in case and small pocket book. this great remedy will help you from Return to this office or to Citizens Nat- the first dose. Try it. Only . 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. ional Bank. -- At Wm. Royston sold to Phil Arbuckle James Philipps of Lebanon purchased of Madison a mare and mule colt for Monday of John Royston a pair of $142.50. Mr. Royston also sold to mules for $400. Hudson & Kavanaugh a pair of mules, Mr. H. K. Montgomery sold to C. A. 3 and 4 years old respectively for $375. Arnold a bunch of cattle at 4J and 5 and to A. R. Denny 1 two year old mule for $175. cts. per lb. Fob Sale Two good" young, Leghorn Cockrels. L. N. Miller, white Are Ever Al War. at Record office. Coming Here with the Mightiest Constellation of European and American Feature Displays and "Thriller" Novelties. Hundred Great Artists and Greatest Show Ever Two Big Performances Daily. Mk J. E. Sherrow sold a cow and calf to Mr. John Irvine of Stone for $10. he also bought recently a bunch of steers for ls. per head. Lumber for sale at the Saw Mill on Robt. Gastineau's farm at Hyattsville. We can fill your orders promptly. 0. G. Speaks, Hyattsville, Ky. There are two things everlastingly But Bucklen's Arnica Salve will banish piles. It soon subdues the itching, irritation, inflammation or swelling. It gives comfort, invites joy. Greatest healer of burns, boils, ulcers, cuts, bruises, eczema, scalds, pimples, fkin eruptions. Only 25cts at R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm at war, joy and piles. Afternoon and Night. Exhibiting Every J, Fleece Robinson sold to Will Robthing in Fair and Rainy Weather. inson of Boyle a 4 year old mule for $260. 31t. Helu'on The Finest Tents ever Erected. Commodious Seating Capacity. Biggest Bands of Music. Dazzling Wardrobe and Ornate Trappings. Quite a number from here have been Will Embry sold to the same attending the protracted meeting at party a 3 year old mule for $225. Scott's Fork. Mrs. Lee Grow is quite sick with tyE. C. McWhorter purchased at the phoid fever. yards on Monday from various parties a mixed bunch of 55 head of cattle at Mr. Timothy Ford sold his farm loprices varying from 4 to 5ft cents per cated near Lock No. 8 to Mr. Hunter The sensational Wild Beast Marvels. pound. Ray price $2000. The Royal Court Japanese Acrobatique Co. Miss Lavina Montgomery who has For Sale. The Renowned Cevene Troupe Direct from France. been confined to her room for several My house and lot apply to W. T. Mexican Zamora Family from City of Mexico. months is able to go about the room at West or write me. The Many Equestric Kings and Queens. present. Mrs. Jennie West. The Marvelous Trained Elephants. Misses Edna and Delia Burdett and Washington, D. C The Big College of Latter Day Clowns. brother Murl of Indiana, have been 3819 Kavanaugh, Street. the guests of Misses Ruth and Mabel The 494 Other Real Sights and Novelties. Mr. W. B. Burton reports the fol Montgomery for three weeks returned 5 year to their uncle Mr. Sam Duncan' near Be sure and witness the BIG FREE EXHIBITIONS given paily at 12:30 P. M., lowing court day purchases on the Show Grounds directly in front of the Main Entrance. Don't miss them. old harness gelding of A. F. Bradshaw Burgin Wednesday. for $155. ;one six year old harness mare Mr. Authur Montgomery sold his of Jesse Sutton for $150.; 1 five year farm of 23 acres to H. R. Montgomery old harness mare of Wm. Royston for price $600. $145.; 1 five year old mare mare of A series of meetings conducted by Chancellar of Lincoln county for $145. ; Rev. J. W. Mahan pastor assisted by 1 five year old mare mule of Ambrose Rev. Jenkins of Louisville began at Calico for $150.; 1 six jear old horse this place Sunday night. mule of James Thompson for $150.; 1 Miss Cora Hurt, who is teaching in five year old mare mule of J, C. Lewis OF LANCASTER. for $180. and a pair of 5 year old mare Bright's Bend, was the guest of Missmules of James Philipps of Lebanon es May and Bettie Scott from Friday for $425. until Sunday. Mr. Wm. Blakeman wife and child A. Rv DENNY, President. were with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Dean J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. Saturday night and Sunday and attendS. C. DENNY, Cashier.-R- . ed preaching here. T. EMBRY, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grow were with Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Crowford Sunday. If weak, you need Cardul, Mr. and Mrs, A. S. Dean is with the woman's tonic. Cardui relatives in Jessamine. is made from gentle herbs, WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Mr. D. E. Speaks is building an adacts in a natural manner, dition to his dwelling where his other Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. burned. and has no bad results, as Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Mr. Tom Hicks is building a new tosome of the strong drugs bacco barn. sometimes used. As a medMr. and Mrs. Elisha Forbes of icine a tonic for weak, was with relatives here the worn-o- ut tired, women, latter part of the week. CO Lancaster. Saturday, Aug 31st THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus $30,000. Capital $50,000. Book-Keepe- r. Women! Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Mc-Crea- ry I ...SEPTEMBER... 9, 10, 119 12, 13, 14, 1912 .AT THE. 3 Cardui has been a popular success for over 50 years. E57 Take CARDUI Kentucky Stale Fair LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED Daily Races The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Lula Walden, of Gramlin, S. C, followed this advice. Read her letter: "I was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. Free Attractions Clean Midway LIBERATI'S BAND Farmer Boys School Encampment REDUCED RAILROAD RATES For Information, Entry Blanks, Catalogue, Address 320 PAUL JONES BUILDING J. l. DENT. SECY. LOUISVILLE. KY GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS ' 5 . Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by the Cow Boy Herbalist 3729-3- 1 CHARLIE WHITEMOON, W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. y Deep down in every human heart lies a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S medicines. Roots & Herhq. Too lone have the secrets of nature been neKle'cted, too long have people disregarded God's promises. Modern ilnotnrc think only of "operations" & strong drugs, while human suffering & deaths from disease increase ranidlv everv'vear. & among the Indians give me a peculiar Health is natural, disease unnatural. My years of experience as a Cow-bo- y jiiiicaa tx. wiuhicuc ui me powers 01 .K.ouis oc xierus as meuicmes, my remeuies nave cureu oc are curing Blood Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced incurable by the best doctors. 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The child also looked SATURDAY, SEIT. 7th, 1912. badly and I was considerably worried -about his health, I heard of Doan's at 2 o'cloak p. m. offer for sale two Kidney Pills and got a box and began tracts of land owned by said Layton at And giving them to him according to direc the time of his death. One tract contains about GS acres and As agents for W. S. Walker we will tions. tie is now a great ueal better in the other 10 acres. 1 rod and 2t poles. offer his land and personal property for The latter tract has good dwelling sale to the highest and best bidder on every way. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 house and out building. The former the premises at 10 o'clock a. m., on n cents. Co., Buffalo. tract has tenant house, barn, in good TUESDAY, SEPT, 17th, 1912. New York, sole agents for the United state of cultivation, 33 acres in rye beThe farm consists of 216 acres of ing fed to hogs, remainder in corn, tovery fertile land in a high state of cul- States. Remember the name Doan's and bacco and grass. Any one desiring to tivation, located on the fpike 2J miles see the tracts, apply to undersigned, from Point Leavell on the L. & N. take no other. phone No 3G4-or to Layton family on Railroad and 7 miles south east of Lanpremises. The land is nearly level, just caster. d d cash, TERMS. rolling enough to drain well and there in two years in one year and is no waste land nor poor land on the with interest from date at G per cent farm. It has a seven room dwelling, per annum. Lien to be retained to selarge stock barn, 10 acre tobacco barn, cure the payment of unpaid purchase one tenant house and all other out money Ten per cent of the purchase buildings and plenty of good fruit. All price will be required to be paid on day features that are excellent and desirable of sale to guarantee good faith in purin agricultural pursuits are combined chase, to be deducted from cash payin this farm, in fact there is no better ment when deed is made, same to be county. farm in this executed in Lancaster, Ky., at county The disability of the owner, caused clerks office on Monday, September by a recent accident is the only reason 9th, 1912, or as soon thereafter as the why this farm is offered forsale. There parties can meet and comply with is GO acres in wheat stubble, 40 of this terms of sale. sown to sweet clover, 40 acres in corn, J. H. POSEY, Executor, 10 acres in tobacco, 10 acres in oats McCreary, Kentucky. stubble, 25 acres in rye and grazed, This August Gth. 1912. and the balance in grass lots, etc. The undersigned or the parties at the farm will show it to any one at any time. Immediately following the sale of the farm the personal property will be sold DOLLARS which consists of one 4 year old bay raiser?. Last year thousands of horse, a good driver; 2 year old horse; suckling filly colt; 1 pair 5 year old were saved from cholera and other diseases percheron mares in foal to jack; 7 year during the hot weather by the use of old combined mare by Preston; a yearlf ing filly and a suckling filly by Rex 6 year old mare mules; Arbuckle; two one 5 year old mare mule and one 2 year old mare mule; 3 grade jersey Thfl Create t Cholera Preventive Known cows in milk; 4 jersey bull calves; 4 Prevent and cut the cholera, but don't registered jersey cows; 100 ewes; one put it oft until they keel over. Give it to them 6 year old mare and suckling filly colt; now mixed with food the workit regulatesbowels, dis1 yearling horse colt; 15 sows and pigs; ings of the them, knocks infects six 60 lbs shoats. Three 2 horse and other germs which get into the system Public Sale Of LAND Personal Propety. With the elaborate looking and specially designed posters ond lithographs of Sun Brothers' Big Shows, seen on I yo oocooc-- eoooe m xx$ the local billboards and dead walls, announcing their appearance here on Saturday, August 31st, 1912, there are many to revive the old contention that the tented show harms a city in what it takes away from it. & This paper considers that the loss is PHONE NO 210. more than answered in u hat the fallow brings, to say nothing of the show dol- Office on Danville Street in the Hoslars left behind in the nature of feed pital Building. bills, license fees and other forms of LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. paid claims, the volume of fun and delight bequeathed to the amusement, IUJENA VISTA loving element of citizenship brings us Mrs. Chas. Cecil, and.little son and in debt to the showmen. We despise the cynical growing that Miss Georgia Cook of Lexington spent is provoked by the occasional invasion last week with their sister Mrs. Chas. of folks who earn their living by exDietrich and other relatives. ercising their talents of making the Miss Florence Christopher is expect Otliice at Sweeney's Livery SlaWe. world happier. ed home this week after a pleasant The man who begrudges the pa- Lancaster. -- -- Kentucky visit with relatives in Oklahoma. triotism is himself a very poor pattern Miss Elizabeth Christopher of Lex- of .the virtue that he preaches. The ington and Mr. Letcher Christopher of Sun Brothers' Shows are making their Lancaster were guests of their grand- twentieth annual tour, and they are parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Christo- bringing this season the greatest Who So Ever Will. pher Sunday. effort of their long manage Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT Miss Alyce Mabel Scott entertained rial career. There is a greater collec- and CLEAN Shop on Richmond strrrL very delightfully Friday afternoon in tion of wild beasts, trained animal novThe Old Reliable Barber. honor of her pupils at Linden Dale. elties and many star European and American performers. Misses Vanetta Spoonampre of Wil- HENRY DUNCAN The show gives two complete and unn more, and Eva Zona Johnson of abridged performances dady, in fair or ville are visiting their aunt Mrs. Johnson. rainy weather, at 2 and 8 p. m. On the morning of show day and on the exhibition grounds, directly in front of Indian Killed On Track. FEED the main entrance, will be presented LIVERY, Near Rochelle, III., an Indian went upon a magnificent scale a series of to sleep on a railroad track and was "thriller" free exhibitions. killed by the fast express. He paid Stanford Street. for his carelessness with his life. OfHard Wcrds. KENTUCKY. ten its that way when people neglect "There are some people I know LANCASTER, coughs an'd colds. Don't risk your life ought to be made to eat their words." Office HoHrs Ofllce ovr when prompt use of Dr. King's New "In that case they would probably 8 a.m. to 12. 1 p.m. to I. Scorn' brag Stre Discovery will cure them and so pre- have chronic Indigestion." vent a dangerous throat or lung trouble. 'It completely cured me, in a short time, ot a terrible cough that followed DENTIST. a severe attack of Grip," writes J. R. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. Watts, Floydada, Tex., "and I gained 15 pounds in weight that I had lost." Quick, safe, reliable and guaranteed. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5th, 1912. ial School. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free at R. at 2 o'clock, p. m. & Son. E. McRoberts lm I will Sell my Farm at Public Sale Admittedly one of the very best schoote in the State. Fie Schools in one. located in Garrard County four and Evil of Modern Life. miles from Lancaster on the High School, Ncrmal School, Graded School There Is justification for the unrest of today, for multitudes of people Sugar Creek pike, containing 166 School of Music, Commercial School. spend their time in making a living acres, improvements consist of two London. K and never having time to live. story frame dwelling in good repair, J. C. LEWIS, Prin. 1 Tobacco barn 120x10 ft. and other improvements. HOUSEHOLD CARES. This is a very productive Farm all in Fruit Tax The Woman Of Lancaster The Same grass but 40 acres, fine for Wheat, Tobacco, Corn, Bluegrass and Clover. As Elsewhere. TERMS: Easy and made known on day of sale. For futher informaHard to attend to household duties tion write me. AsparaWith a constantly aching back. N. H. BOGIE, 376 S. Upper St. A woman should not have a bad Lexington, Ky. back, I. M. Dunn Auct. And she seldom would if the kidneys were well. Doan's Kidney Pills are endorsed by Everything for Orchard, Lawn and thousands. Garden. Our prices may interest you Have been used in kidney trouble Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. over 50 years. Read what this Lancaster woman says: H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Mrs. H. G. Crutchfield. Stanford St., As executor ot tne will ot Jerome Lexington, Kentuckv. Lancaster, Ky., says: "My little boy Layton, I will on the premises of the aged six years was gi eatly troubled by home tract in Garrard County, Ken his back and kidneys. He did not tucky, on Back Creek and on County have proper control over the kidney road leading from McCreary to Nina, secretions which caused no end of near Bethel Church on FEMALE COLLEGE run-dow- H & 's Br. D. F. Smith Physician Surgeon. Js Dr. R. L. Fontiu s, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. COME! COME! nt Dan-Joh- J.W.SWEENEY SALE STABLE. and 33. IT. W jjjcjziz. Public uBlui T -- J one-ha- lf 2-- 10 and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, gus, Rhubarb, Roses Peonies, and Phlox. Public Sale Of Land. MILLERSBURG - MILLERSBURG. An KENTUCKY. Foster-Milbur- 1-- m R BODY-BUILDE- R, COM-CEL-SA- R I COM-CEL-SA- R, ORDERS POSTAGE PAID. CHARLIE WHITE-MOON- S SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR HUMAN SKIN ONL Y, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. 10c or 3 bars 23c at all dealers, Retail,-whare supplied thru all wholesale dealers. o I DONT MISS A GOOD THING. HERE'STHEHOG If you need a fall suit dont fail to see the display made by The L. E. Hays Co., at J. W. to? Smith's Store Friday and SatCholera Posts urday Aug, 30th, V and 31st, of this I, Hogs and Poultry week. Mr. Otto Kuhn a cutjw CowEase iI of 20 years ter MEANS MORE MILK I experience will ,2lND more money I show you the manure wagons; grain frames; things in fowacr mowers; new spreader; Deering binder; for Poultry hay rake; planter; cultivators; men's suitings turning drag harrow; harrow; How to Tcli for fall and take harrow; steel roller; setter; sets of harness; a lot gear bridles; measures of harness for a lot of furniture other things present and funre Dinner of sale. TERMS delivery. For Agents, ture HUGHES Stormes, Lancaster, J. Lancaster, Ky., R. E. Jas.W. Smith. Agents wanted other towns. I. Auctioneer. Q i)t One-thir- one-thir- Attractive Home School For Girls. Pupils are surrounded with an atmosphere of culture, wholesome fellowship and safe religious environment. New buildings combining all conveniences. Health record unsurpassed. Academic Music and College Entrance courses. Department under a skilled artist train ed in Germany. Lecture and concert Expenses course. Domestic Science. for board, tuition, etc lower than any other school of like grade. Semi for Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pros. catalog. Millersburg, Ky. one-thi- rd BOURBON REMEDY CO.. Lexington. Ky. enred of Enclosed find photo of hog that cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Rem-ed- y. almost dead before using: This hog-wathe medicine, and then was entirely cored, ex- . cept loss of ears. tail. etc. The hoe Is owned Skiles Ewinsr. of Bowling Green. Ky. Ho will be glad to give you a testimonial, ana wo i 4 can get several more If you want them. - JEN'KINS-SUBLET- T DRUG CO.. Bowling Green. Ky. 1 -- 'Xsk Your Druggist for It. . Sold by HASELDON BROS. (Trade link RegUtcted.) W from the cow, 'far the fanner 3 1 1 cholera with the food or drink. 2 A Cal-Sln- o corn 2 1 slide; 3 1 1 plows; double disc wagon 1 single 1 disc and another for hoes, packed !n metal cans, can't dry up. lose strength or spoil like others and costs no more. 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