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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 6, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912090601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 6, 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. 1 1 TWENTY THIRD YEAR. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. s LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1912. The Baptist Ladies Aid Society will give an exchange and bazaar, DecemThe confectionery of Moore Bros, ber 6th and 7th. of Nicholasville has been sold to Messrs Virgie and Rilph Scott, of Garrard Mr. Jesse Arnold Operated On. New Proprietors. te NUMBER 22. Ol a S3ES33C33!3X$3X3XS A complete line of Public Sale Of IWmmmmmb mmmmmmmmmmmmm LAND And Personality. county, who will conduct an restaurant. Many Thanks. Stives The Great Mr. R. G. Bratton of the Hubble sec tion was in town Saturday after-noo- n and left the editor a large water-melo- n and it sure did taste good on the following hot Sunday after-noon. Mr. King Buys Farm. Mr. W. T. King of Lowell, the popu lar auctioneer, has purchased of Mr. C. B. Flannery his farm of 1775 ac res, which lies on the Ricimond pike near Hyattsville for $80. per acre, pos session to be given on Jan. 1, 1913. Gone To Market. Mr. Arthur Joseph, the buyer for The Joseph Mercantile Co. has gone East to purchase a large assortment of merchandise and to get the latest styles. He will be gone several days, during which time he will visit the wholesale houses in New York.Chicago, Cleveland and Cincinnati. Must Be Allowed Eor. Majestic Will give to use it. Tfi You a pleasure Miss Gracie Comley is learning cases in the Record office, and as is the case with all beginners, she sometimes gets "p's and. q's" mixed, as was shown by last weeks edition. However Miss Gracie is learning rapidly and it will not be long before we will not be com e pub-- 1 pelled to ask the indulgence on her account. dt-th- Could'nl Get A Better Man. Call and see. Polite Salesmen Will Take Mr. James B. Walker has announced his candidacy for the democratic nomination for County Clerk of Madison county. He is a brother of the late T. B. Walker and of Mesdames W. 0. Rigney and B. F. Hudson of this place. No cleverman than "Jim"Walker ever lived and the people of Madison would not go amiss in electing him to office. Silos Will Sell High. Pleasure In Showing You. The latest discovery of the Department of Agriculture is a cow with a discovery good sized "jag." This came about through a letter written to the Department by a Virginia dairyman who, alarmed by the peculiar behavi or of an ordinarily perfectly mild animal CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. &XS3m3&33C&g33C& m " " - after munching a ration of ensilage, appealed to the sharps for information. The Department made an investigation and found that the cow had feasted on fermented cornstalks that had been reposing at the bottom of the silo and Hiad simply gotten drunk on raw bour all. bon whisky-that'- s Briug Him Oyer Here. Thompson We notice that Mr. C. D. m ?s Wire Drawn Tungsten ELEGTRI6 LflMPS. 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 A. fir of Harrodsburg is to have a tree doctor" to visit his home for the purpose of treating a fine old elm tree, which is in declining health. This brings to mind the fact that almost every elm tree in this county is in bad health, every summer the folage dies and the appearance of the tree and its usefulness as a shade giver is ruined, In one case we know where several of these fine trees were cut out of one of our townsmens yard. Why not let Mr. Thompson's physician come over and at least diagnose our cases? Mr. Kennedy Appointed Guard. light STORMES DRUG STORE 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, ofiered no other inducement than a sure place to keep your cash it would be well worth while to open an account there, but it offers many others. Come and ask any of the officers what they are. Three per cent paid on time deposits. f JH 1 I Sly 1 Should Lead You Prudence Mr. J. H. Kennedy, of this city, received notice Saturday of his appointment as guard at the Frankfort penitentiary. His selection to this position will be gratifying news to the friends of this excellent gentleman, who has al ways been one of Madison's most loyal and faithful Democrats. Mr. Kennedy will leave at an early date to assume his new duties and the well wishes of all go with him to his new home. Climax. Mr. Kennedy is a relative of Mr S. B. Hsnry and has many friends in Garrard county who will be glad to learn of his securing this position. To Georgia For The Winter. Tnm The Garrard Bank &Triist Company. m B. F. HUDSON, President m Mr. Jacob Y. Robinson left Tuesday for Butler Ga., where he will remain until Jan. 1st, when he will go to Columbia Ga. for the remainder of the winter. He will engage extensively in the handling of mules. Mr. Robinson will be followed shortly by his brothers J. Fleece and George D., who will endeavor to seek out a suitable location, in Georgia, and if they succeed in finding s suitable location, they too will spend their winters in that state, and will also be joined by their Mother Mrs. Jane Robinson. We are glad to state that all of these gentlemen will continue to retain their citizenship in and call Lancaster their homes, Big Barbecue and Rally. I J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883. m i We Citizens National Bank OP LANCASTER, KY. The big State wide Democratic Ratification meeting, barbecue, burgoo and open air speaking to be given at beautiful Woodland Park in Lexington, Ky. on Sept 19th, is to be one of the CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. Rigney, largest democratic meetings ever SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. P Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. Prompt Attention. known in Kentucky. Speakers of National fame and all the big Kentucky democrats will be on hand and a general big time is expected. All the bands in Lexington and neighboring towns have been engaged. The committee in charge have already given F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. - orders for thirty thousand plates which gives an idea of the number of people expected. A number of people of this county have expressed their intention of going. Mr. Jesse Arnold who for several As Executrix of James Robinson, years has held a position in Frankford deceased, I will sell to the highest and was operated on last Tuesday morning for Appendicitis and is reported as best bidder at his late residence, near doing nricely. His many friends here Hubble in Lincoln County, on THURSDAY, SEPT. 12th. 1912 hope that he may soon recover. the following personal property and We want to congratulate Judge real estate. The sale will begin promptly at 10 Chas. A. Hardin for the able, manner in which he has disposed of business o'clock a. m. The farm is composed this court. The more we see of him of about 265 acres and is about 5 the better pleased we are with his miles from Lancaster, 6J miles from able decisions. He is considered one of Danville and about 5J miles from Stanthe best in the state, and compliments ford, and is divided into two tracts by the Old Danville and Lancaster turn come upon every side. pike with about 170 acres in one tract, Mr. C. Hays Foster of Stanford was and about 95 in another. This is an in town Monday. He is the manager unusually well watered farm, the land of the Stanford Opera House and tells lying practically level and is all under us that he has arranged to have on good fence. The farm will be offered in two Saturday night Sept. 7th the famous Vi This is a dandy good tracts and then as a whole and the Coburn minstrels. minstrel which 28 black face commedians highest and best bid will be accepted. and a big crowd'will likely attend from This farm is unexcelled in Central here. This is the only minstrel playing Kentucky in its fertility, beauty, and in Stanford this season, so this is your convenience. What is known as the home tract has been used almost exlast chance to hear the latest jokes. clusively as a stock farm for fifty MMK - V.J--seven years, about sixty five acres in Assistant Editor On Vacation. virgin soil in bluegrass with some very rsssaE Mr. Geo. Smith Jr., the assistant fine sugar tree, walnut and ash timber. editor of this paper is spending a ten About sixty acres has been in blue days vacation at West Baden. Ind. grass about fifty years without being where he goes every summer, the at- plowed and the remainder of the place traction being the fine water and baths has been plowed only a few times in given there and not the sweet summer fifty years. The home place is watered girls usually found at such places. He by six never failing springs, two wells, stopped over in Lexingnon last Satur- one good pond and a large cistern. day and Sunday to be with his brother There is a large residence, a good Logan who is reported as speedily re- stock barn and a tenant house on the covering from his recent attack of Ap- home place. TERMS-On- e pendicitis. third cash, one third in J one year, one third in two years and notes will be required and a lien reBeloved Mother Passed Away. tained upon the land, notes bearing inAt 12.30 P. Mv on last Friday the terest at the rate of 6 per cent from date of spirif of Mrs. J. M. Acton passed away thelook at the sale. Any one desiring to will call upon at the early age of 34 years. She had either J. E. this farm at Lancaster, Robinson, been in declining health for several J. A. Robinson or John C. Robinson, months and her death did not come as Danville, Kentucky, who will take a great surprise. All that loving hands pleasure in showing it. This farm will be sold without reserve or by bid to the and skilled physicians could do was highest and best bidder. This is a rare done to save her life but in vain. The opportunity to obtain one of the best Lord has seen fit to take her away and farms in the blue grass of Kentucky. The following what He does is for the best. Funeral sonal property - is a part of the perservices were conducted at the home Twenty six 1,200 pound cattle, qualiby Rev. 0. P. ty good; five good milch cows, grade on Sunday pfter-noo- n Bush and the interment in the Lancas hereford two good grade Hereford 1 short horn bull; 3 calves; Mrs. Acton was 01 a heifers; ter sixty six stock ewes; 1 pair of kind and generous disposition and made aged work mules; 1 five year old mule; friends of all who came in contact with 1 four year old mule; 5 coming four her. She loved her home and her family year old mules, all well broke and good and found pleasure in them. All her ones; 3 two year old mules, well broke; 2 brood mares; 1 mare mule colt and neighbors loved her and were kind to 25 stock hogs. Also about four hunher duing her late illness. She had the dred bales of hay, one vulcan turning love and respect of the whole com- plow, good as new. 1 cutting harrow; 1 McCormack binder, good as new; 2 munity, and was never happier then two horse wagons; 2 drag harrows; 1 when she did a good turn for a triend, slide and other farming implements too At the early age of 15 she joined the numerous to mention. Also about 30 Baptist Church and was a devout mem- acres of corn. Also 15J shares of stock in the First ber of that Church until her death. mmWmKKmmvmWmmwKmmmmmmM National Bank of Stanford, Ky. She was married to Dr. J. M. Acton Dinner served on the grounds. Any about seventeen years ago and has lived further information call on J. E. Robin this town since her marriage. She inson, Attorney, Lancaster, Kentncky. is survived by her husband Dr. Acton, Mrs. Sallie E. Robinson, Executrix. three children, Carl and Misses Fay and Capt. L,M. Dunn Auctioneer. Florence, Bofore her marriage Mrs. Acton was Miss Louisa Morgan daughter of Marshalland Elizabeth Morgan of Lincoln county. She is also survived by her Mother, two sisters, Mrs. Padgett of Dickson, Tenn. anl Mrs. Leach of And Lincoln, and one brother Mr. M. J. county. "The Record Morgan of Lincoln As agents for W. S. Walker we will extends its deepest sympathy to the beoffer his land and personal property for reaved family. sale to the highest and best bidder on the premises at 10 o'clock a. m., on Hubble Telephone Co. Lines Are To Come TUESDAY; SEPT, 17th, 1912. The farm consists of 216 acres of Into Lancaster. very fertile land in a high state of culThe City Council of Lancaster met in tivation, located on the Spike 2 miles the City Court room on last Monday from Point Leavell on the L. & N. night, all the members of the council Railroad and 7 miles south east of Lanbeing present. There were also pres- caster. The land is nearly level, just rolling enough to drain well and there ent about one hundred and twenty-fiv- e people who are interested in the town is no waste land nor poor land on the and county and who want to see the farm. It has a seven room dwelling, of Famous proper telephone regulations. It will large stock barn, 10 acre tobacco barn, Complete at the August one tenant house and all other out be remembered .that meeting of the council, the citizens of buildings and plenty of good fruit. All Hubble who have organized an inde- features that are excellent and desirable pendent telephone company asked for in agriculturaT pursuits are combined permission to run its lines into the city in this farm, in fact there is no better of Lancaster and that at the last mo- farm in this county. The disability of the owner, caused ment, one of the members of the counby a recent accident is the only reason cil left the room and broke the quorum. The Hubble people were again in evi- why this farm is offered for sale. There dence at the last meeting, many citi- is 60 acres in wheat stubble, 40 of this zens of that section having come into sown to sweet clover, 40 acres in corn, to Now town to see what would be done. The 10 acres in tobacco, 10 acres in oats fight for the Hubble people was lead by stubble, 25 acres in rye and grazed, Councilmen Parker Gregory and W. M. and the balance in grass lots, etc. The We Zanone while Councilmen Wm. Hern-do- n undersigned or the parties at the farm and G. S. Greenleaf opposed let- will show it to any one at any time. Immediately following the sale of the ting them have any phones in town. finially put to the farm the personal property will be sold The proposition was council to grant a restricted franchise which consists of one 4 year old bay (one that can be revoked at any time) horse, a good driver; 2 year old horse; to the Hubble Telephone Co. and coun- suckling filly colt; 1 pair 5 year old going to you cilmen H. C. Hamilton and B. F Wal- percheron mares in foal to jack; 7 year ters voted with Messrs. Gregory and old combined mare by Preston; a yearlZanone. This means that the Hubble ing filly and a suckling, filly by Rex buy Catsup Telephone Co will run its lines into the Arbuckle; two 6 year old mare mules; city of Lancaster and have three one 5 year old mare mule and one 2 get phones in town and the rates to all year old mare mule; 3 grade jersey one dollar per month, so if the cows in milk; 4 jersey bull calves; 4 will be Bastain Telephone Co claim they can- registered jersey cows; 100 ewes; one 6 year old mare and suckling colt; not afford to furnish phones to the 1 yearling horse colt; 15 sows filly pigs; and country people at this price, it .does six 60 lbs shoats. Three 2 horse seem to us that these people who are wagons; 3 grain frames; 1 manure O willing should be given the opportunity spreader; 1 Deering binder; 2 mowers; w present and offered to hay rake; corn planter 2 1cultivators; 1 S3 Mr. Bastin-wasingle disc slide; 3 turning plows; let the new company come in over his harrow; 1 double disc harrow; 1 drag lines and connect with him but of harrow; 1 steel roller; 1 Bemis tobacco course the officers of the new company setter; 2 sets of wagon harness; a lot H plow gear and bridles; could not accept the proposition until oflot of household harness and furniture w and kitchen a they knew what the charges would be and other things too numerous to menWe congratulate the new company and tion. Dinner on grounds. TERMS announced on day of sale. hope that they will succeed in their undertakings and will satisfy the general HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, Agents, Lancaster, Ky., public- - The exchange of the Hubble Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. spoof) UBQpucjg 3SJ0H31NAA Co. will be at Hubble. 1 -- Wheat Drills. Superior and Peovia FERTEL1ZE DRILLS. trios JPP5 OK. 1 Call IISee them. and c- b 3 ALL SIZES IN STOCK. HASELDEN BROS. IJMlliEMlllJrlifrlPlJ We are putting in a full line of raiiiWUfrgilnaiBfgHj Heating4 and Cooking' :- Public Sale Of LAND Personal Fropety. STOVES J. ROMANS. o s tr M and expect to sell them at rock bottom prices. See me before you buy. W. line White Horse Brand Can Goods Vinegar, Vinegar. is the time make Cat- H W sup and Pickels. sell absolute Pure Apple Cider Vinegar. If are make any or Pickels your Vinegar here and it pure. Vinegar. Vinegar. s I s Theo Currey. snourej jo auji ajaiduioo "J Jk-- . giuan ars air., m Oii'jWfi'XM -- &- oepitfTx:cfcayCTjjywjiCMtjtawMjaiii m r iw Mnl'ft" " - -- f rMw.tJ-- 1 - ,. 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We have just receivnd our new Fall Stock of Educator Shoes for Children. Ladies' Fine Shoes for Fall, Just Received. I House Of Quality. TheCentral Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. 51.00 L. IW ildlt Schafflier & MflrX ClnthillF Visit our store and see the many new things we are showing for Fall. In AU The New Colors and Weaves For FaU Lancaster, Ky. K01Sociooaa ci Id much as uncomfortable shoes. J H as SI C Let that boy or g:rl cf yours IS IE enjoy their play. Put a sensible j pair of EDUCATORS on l ,S! thera.5 Let their feet grov as K nature inienacu. nappy nans IB and Sorry Sam play in our S I vnnrliwr all oavanrl m vill be glad to es- - SJ Nothing rvJg has a QfW &!! r IS ib f II S f V r V imCATORS are jjg EJ C809C809MCeaceceMC809MMMC8MMMMC80flCM9JW J Afi. W . &&&&i&&0k dM T 1 Good Prices. i f& better than the point- -' 'ii a& t A & A i:V ed kind. x. ii Bring the ,C?"jfiS3fcE -- a&- - W&&&XV7 i. ?--k a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Tost Office tu Lancaster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., September 6, 1912. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices V)r $ 5.00 10.00 . County Offices 15.00 For State and District Offices .10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey FOR THOMAS It. MARSHALL, Of Indiana For Congress. VICE-PRESIDEN- T. 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 ofthe 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. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the L. democratic party. Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce W. S. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the democratic ptrty. C. We are authorized to announce Dave 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. 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, W. government by several million dollars. Huffman for a candidate for assess- There is a growing tendency upon the or of Garrard county subject to the part of the members of the lower action of the Democratic party. house, led by such sterling men as Hon. Swager Sherley of Louisville to For School Superintendant. curtail the enormous expense of the We are authorized to announce Miss government. Hon. Harvey Helm too Jennie Higgins as a candidate for has taken a leading part along these School Superintendant for Garrard lines, and as Chairman of one of the county, subject to the action of the big appropriations. committees, lopped Democratic party. off several millions of unnecessary expense. There is a tendency upon the For Jailer. part of th?se genMemen and others of We are authorized to announce Jack fheir ilk to unearth graft where it Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- concerns the disbursment of the funds rard county, subject to the action of funds of the people, and hampered as the Democratic party. they have been along these lines, they We are authorized to announce Dave have already succeeded in doing much Rnoa ns n rnniWAntf 'or Jailer of Gar good. rard county, subject to the action of It is true that the country is in a the Democratic party. prosperous condition, even under republican rule, but it is equally true For Magistrate. that prices have kept equal pace, and to announce in many instances far outstepped We. are authorized ohn N. White as a candidate for prosperity. It is very seldom you find Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- j an instance of commodities, not luxu-- j rard county, subject to the action of ries but necessities of life, becoming the democratic party. lower in price, and it is equally true to announce that you very seldom find the per diem We are authorized WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- of the day laborer increasing in step istrate in the first district of Garrard with the increase of the price of living. County, subject to the action of the The democratic party is against the democratic party high protective tariff, they claim that We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n this is one of the causes of the high H. Estes as a candidate for cost of living,. and already Gov. Marin the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the shall has vigorously attacted this issue, boldly and intelligently and in its very democratic party. stronghold, up in New York, PennsylWe are authorized to announce vania and New Jersey, the very home Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of of predatory wealth, the home of hunGarrard county, subject to the action dreds of men who have waxed rich of the democratic party. under the protection of a high tariff. Nor will Gov. Marshall stand alone in We are authorized to announce Tayhis championship of this and other lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Gar sues, he is"to be joined by such men as rard countv. subiect to the action of Hon. William J. Bryan, Speaker the democratic party. Champ Clark, Floor Leader Oscar W. Underwood, and the very leader himDemocratic success, the election of a self, Hon. Woodrow Wilson. The democratic president, seems inevitable ringing oratory of every one of these this fall; but no boast ever won a race brilliant men will be heard from the whose crew rested supinely upon their stump in behalf of the principles of oars and depended upon the slowness democracy. of their opponents rather than upon Men who for years in presidential their own efforts for success. There elections have been luke warm in the fore it behooves every democrat to be cause are now taking active part in beup and doing in behalf of his partys half of party success, men who have success, to leave no stone unturned gradually drifted, almost if not entirethat will tend toward the recuring ot ly away from the party, are now back one vote for the democratic electors, in the fold, working alongside of the given freely both of your time and men who have always been found with your money and let us make the suc- shoulders to the wheel fighting the cess an overwhelming one. Our peer- democratic battles. United as never less leader has expressed his intention before. United as the republican party of accepting no campaign funds from in her balmiest days never was. But doubtful sources, to have nothing but these men cannot and must not be ex"clean money", clean from a demo- pected to fight the battle alone, they cratic standpoint, and the very clean- need your help, be it ever so humble it est money obtainable fram this point is that much. Be up and doing, your of view is that dug up one dollar at a help is needed and desired and there time from the jeans of the sturdy rank are many ways in which you can asand file of the party. If you have not sist; in the organization of your county already contributed, do so at once, and or precinct, or even in raising your if you have already given and ieel as voices in behalf of the grand principles if you could give more, do so. of democracy. Do this and have the The time is surely ripe for victory. gratification of knowing when the reThe democratic lower house, hampered turns come in heralding the glorious by the upper house being republican, news of an overwhelming victory, that and of a necessity not being in accord your efforts assisted in making that with them, ahd also facing the almost victory possible. . ineviatble chance of a presidential veto, yet succeeded in passing, yes passing, Pie Supper. though they had to resort to forceful There will be a nie sunDer at Beech- tactics, of some very useful legislation, wood school-hous- e Saturday, Sept, 7. and they also succeeded in cutting livery body invited to attend. Sue Higgins. down the running expenses of the We are authorized to announce Mag-strat- e, ren wandering about on the streets dur- trical Engineering, State University of ing school hours for that will Oe reduc- Kentucky, and acquaints himself with the course of study, conditions of aded, to a minimum. J. L. Riley. mission, and the number of positions What Should Determine The Futures Of that are available each year to the graduates. Our Young Men. There is no question about the fit; 'What is to be my future career' is ness of Kentucky men as mechanical the question that every young man and electrical engineers. This point asks himself when he reaches the age has been settled for many years-- , and of thinking of earning a livlihood. some of the greatest engineering conSome boys immediately after leaving cerns of this country have more men High School take up. some commercial employed who are graduates from the pursuit or enter the employ of some State Univerity of Kentncky than they i firm with a view of finally becoming have from any other school. The financially interested. A good educa- yovng Kentuckians who have gone out tion is the basis of real success in life. into industrial activities have made ' In the first place a man should be ed- such records as to convince manufacucated in order to appreciate fully the turers and builders of machinery, opart of 'living, and it is only through a erators of power plants and railways, good education that a man is able to that there is no better type of Ameririse to the more important positions in can engineer than the one who comes our industrial life. This is an age of from Kentucky. We hope that every practical education and our Universities young man who has it within his power have developed courses of study that to obtain a University education will not only have a cultural value but also take advantage of the conditions that are designed to' equip men for being have been established by the Commonuseful in some phase of life that is in wealth of Kentucky. 1 a sense material. The graduates of the College of Me- MSUrlilirHJMlS rlfrgiHrgMirl Hughs & Swinebroad report the follow chanical and Electrical Engineering of ing sales At public outcry for L. H. the State University of Kentucky are Brown, 342 acres at 65.00 per acre to as fine a set of young men as ever J. I. Hamilton, W. L. Lawson and C. graduated from any educational instituA. Arnold; Mrs Hallie Dunlap's tion. A bulletin has just been issued residence on Lexington ave to Mr Alex which shows that nracticallv everv Walker at $2000.; Mrs E. W. Smiths ; graduate of this school is in a position m property on Lexington ave. to Mrs to earn a good salary and at the same Hallie Dunlap at $4000. The personal time be an important We have added to a citizen. His at- m property at L. H. Browns sale sold tainments have given him social prestwell. ige. The Kentucky young men have ftfpSiF5 been so successful in years gone by Robinson Sale. that there is an unusual demand for Is! The public sale on Sept. 12th .of the the "graduates from the State Univer estate of Mr. James Robinson at the sity in Mechanical and Electrical Enlate residence near Hubble, Ky. will be gineering. Each year there are many at all largely attended. A number of good more applications for graduates than cattle, mules and other live stock will there are available men. When a man 15 of go under the hammer to the highest graduates from the State University bidder. The farm will also be sold to in these technical courses he does not the highest and best bidder as directed have to wait a year or so for some lu-- ! m Sg &&r by the will. This is a very desirable crative employment but he has a place and convenient homestead. The farm is to go to immediately after he graduNow is time to supply. in the highest state of cultivation and ates, and at a good living salary, and only a question of two or three gin the fortunate purchaser will have one it is Gall No call at office of the best farms in Central Kentucky. years until he occupies a position that pays him more than he would have "Ri I ff j been able to earn in ten or fifteen Patrons Of The Lancaster Graded School. years without his training. It is a 1 P g ?! The school session will not begin be- good investment for a young man to fore the lGth at least. The desks that spend four years of his life in becom were ordered have not yet come and of ing skilled in the greatest profession ' course we cannot begin work until that the world has ever known. He GiniafifSa-'G.iiiisiirSJifithese shall have come. The school will could have no better capital handed to ; be held under somewhat difficult cir- him than an education in mechanical ' . . e4:T9 rs &' 9 ra cumstances but if we expect much of and electrical engineering, which he is m yJ &j f the children we will get much so help able to get practically at the expense mnr cAmw me by expecting much and by seeing of the State of Kentucky. There is no ? n T5jrtt?JV7- "ii"' . Tiir.Tr jv. "ht some work is done at home. that University in the whole United States p&Z JFT.O& &&.& Z&SZ --V I am glad to say that all the grad- that makes such liberal concessions to .. uating class of the past session will go her students as does the State Univerto school some where thereby better sity of Kentucky. fitting themselves for life in a better This institution is not a money mak- way. was established by Ken- , ing school. It I shall offer three medals this year. tuckians for her sons and daughters, I will give the usual medals in High and every young man who does not School, English and Mathematics and I take advantage of the opportunities shall offer a medal to that pupil of the offered by this great University is losGarrard County schools (not a High ing something W M"f " .n. tf - j 4u kMm X J that the State intended School pupil) that makes the highest for him. finest driving snew or rain car.net sift under them. j general average on the county graduaBest roof for courjrv buildines. because Jnevr aaf fram a!I i!. clemen!i As this is the beginning of the fall H tion examination in January and May 7 They'll last as long es ths building, and never &;e J repairs S 1913 this applies to the pupils of 8th term it is the wish of this paper that every young man who has not fully de- Apply to Local Contractoes or Cortriht Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. grade of the Lancaster Graded School cided upon his life's work should write as well. to the College of Mechanical and ElecchildDo not be worried about your Bflg iI j! Earn i S our business I Coal the pk and will keep in stock all times grades j I afei&i KMaa &9iSa ii lay in your winter 47 or for prices. I ! I ' IjSJUliifPliliii m ta LL m r &Ii eaeaaigs Ho sa -- W" s':.T-,- fi' 2S&2-$- Ji -- - .1 -r i C ...SEPTEMBER... 9, 10, 119 12, 13, 14, 1912 .AT THE. e BIO DAYS S ,. Kentucky State Fair LIBERAL PREMIUMS Daily OFFERED Clean Midway RacesFree Attractions LIBERATFS BAND Farmer Boys School Encampment REDUCED RAILROAD RATES For Information. Entry ninnks. Catalogue, Address 320 PAL,':. JONES BUILDING J. l. DENT. SECY. mmgdmmBmgH LOUISVILLE. KY SAVE YOUR MONEY BY BUYING COAL DURING THIS MONTH. FLOUR. No We will have several Car Loads of STRAIGHT CREEK COAL that we will offer at low prices; in September. We load your wagons for you. Get our prices. Take A Look At Our Fancy Seed , Wheat, Rye and Timothy Seed. Try a barrel of OBELISK or you ITT . T Tl -- "- 5 t' 1 mj risk to run if it fails to satisfy you, we will give back your money. jmtr ML TRT L TT tfSL 5W "H" TBT" CB& w9 Y m Phone 26. Lancaster, Kentucky. I ri '" tStiS,: - ' - 3feS!S'iS& i . , - - ...,,. f. 1 rrsae,LsT5iSsrasr8ss:Larsaissr ..." " ' "' II . I ,. - T. .... tmt Fall Sho "wing ice X i -- 1 r EARING APPAREL C3 & jG& at? CI3 5 JOL ? JL S3 tb I tj srsij&TSjyr vxs This Space Is Reserved For or fcllMSHH &zcs-iSEi&!L&- SEPH MERCANTILE COM PA We SXifii'w' Talk: To You - Through This Paper, iisarijes&yaaaHss? wraa.snaa ' I r s3nsss yssns J& tSiirf?' SHfiS? liKlLb ML&' km With Each RANGE Sold For Gossip About People N ve Next 30 Days' homa, after a visit to Mrs. Brewer's ' r I. TO3 M ss s g fn aS Sal SLSiSilii&tiBlB s E 1 tils ll N feg fa h U KTfl H 6 A Brief Mention of the Comincs and . i Goings by Those Wt Arc Interested in. rTrp?grv--'iJ.i.3ri; parents Mr. and Mrs. Joel Walker. Mrs. R. S. Brown is in Kirksville with her mother Mrs. Wm. Blakeman. Mrs. Charles F. Denman of Nicholasville is visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Alex West. Miss Agnes Henderson has accepted a clerkship in the Joseph Mercantile Miss Kate Davis has returned to Richmond after a visit to Mrs. Sarah kXjcaZ.UZixSg Hurt. Mrs. Givens Terrill and daughter Miss Janie Terrill spent several days in Louisville. Mrs. Made First 40 Years Ago Been First Ever Since S33354K K J. M. Farra and Miss Bettie Walker Burnside were visitors in Lexington Tuesday. Miss Mamie Walters is at home ter a pleasant visit to Miss Annie at Stanford. afWill-bur- That's the history and the record on which has been established the priceless reputation of n Oa fcd' u Call in and see the Quick Meal Range. Best Range made. Get a Souvenior. Hoosier Wheat Drills, Moline Wagons. Best, Cheapest and most durable wagon made. ' Company. Mr. Geo. D. Robinson is spending the Rev. and Mrs. R. G. Combs of week'at Elisor Springs in Casey county. Maysville were recent guest of Mr. Mrs. Hugh Hemphill of Nicholas-i- s Mrs. J. Parker Gregory. with Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Arnold for and Miss Margaret Kinnaird is at home a visit. after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Boyd Misses. Bernice and Hazel Champ are Winchester Phillips in Lebanon. in Paint Lick visiting their grandMiss LaVerne Nevius and brother parents. James are in Stanford visiting their Miss Minnie Pherigo of Lexington, Ky has been visiting Mr and Mrs Alex grandmother Mrs. Mattie Nevius. Walker. Misses Delia Tinder and Mary Elcalled to more leave Saturday for Greensburg to Elder F. M. Tinder was Carlisle to preach the funeral of an resume their duties as teachers in the Graded school. old friend. Mrs. Mrs. V. A. Lear and daughter Miss Mary Lee Lear are in Cincinnati for a fi Mount um E Co. tfgrirTiwJ..,"WJL-''jlja Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance 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. S3 ll T o o Mrs. H. B. Cox gave an elaborate Freeman of Baltimore, is visiting Mrs. Emma Kauffman and course dinner Friday in honor of Miss Rebecca Williams of Knoxville Tenn., daughters. and Mrs. William Henderson of Lowell. is at home Miss Florence J. A. Swope who has been spending Co again after a pleasant stay with friends several weeks vacation with relatives in Oklahoma. here has returned to his duties as office Mr. and Mrs. Ed Collier of Memphis? Secretary of Y. M. C A. of Lexington. Tenn. are rejoicing over the arrivlal of Mrs. Ernest Sprague and daughters c baby boy. Misses Chastine and Helen Elizabeth Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of have returned to Louisville after a Danville are with Mrs. Rebecca West visit to Mrs. Wm. R. Cook and daughand daughters. ter. Miss Mary Clay Williams visited Mrs. Charles Burdette and daugh-thJudge Hazlerigg and family in FrankS3 have returned to their home in fort the past week. Broken Arrow Oklahoma after spend Mrs. James Ilolloway of Chattanooga, ing several months with Garrard relais the guest of Mesdames James Ram- tives. J. C. stay of a few days. Miss Bertha Burnside was called to Howard Ohio, by the illness of her sister Mrs. Brent Metcalf. Miss Katharine Harris of Stanford is the guest of her Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Mrs. S. D. Cochran and daughter Miss Lillian have been recent guests of Mrs. Louis Ross of Madison. Miss Nannie Anderson is at home from a stay in the Falls City where she was inspecting the late millinery grand-parents tfc "The Kind That Lasts" Mastic Paint gives a hard, gIo3sy, durable ,it finish impossible to secure with kegle&d and oil. Won t crack, peel, or chalk off. Ask our dealer in your town for book of sug gestions and color chart. r Manufactured by Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Incorporated I Co. Louisville, Ky. rS So Tn ".mirrc u.tnni"'- - Ch.-istoph- goods. E. k Dr. H. M. Grant and sons Lucian and Bowman and Miss Lilly Dale Grant were in Richmond Wednesday for the Ringland Circus. Miss Annie Reed entertained at a party at her home on Richmond street. A number responded to her invitation and were regaled with an inviting repast of ices and cake. Mrs. Ed Price gave a most enjoyable course dinner at her country home "Pleasant Valley", the guests being Mrs. M. A. Gates, of Ronceverte, West Va., Mrs. S. P. Grant and daughter. Miss Lula Grant, Danville, and Miss Lucy Jennings Grant Lancaster. The Ladies Missionary Society will meet next Monday afternoon at three o'clock at the Presbyterian church, Mrs. C. C. Brown will deliver an able address upon "The White Slave Traffic" to which all of the members are especially invited and other women interested in this important theme. Card Of Thanks. a ft) er tht Lemon tjec&ig oriy Inp Cui Hiti' - I v. ixm ' Sfc M i sey and W. KEMPER Garnclt Romper. C& WOODS, R. G. Woods. PAINT LICK, KY. O Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. I? HARTFORD, crrareJtyrasg Aetna, National Of Hariford. We Write Anv Kind of n h Phone or call on us Is? & gS Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. &f&-J?&iitfse- 5grga35gSHK5S5S2aSaagaKgS33E ttgg Take Any Beam You like &3 I ( liSsSE. -r- - iN ' from our timber piles. No need to spend time in look ing for good ones. Every stick in the pile is sound, season- able and straight. J5g g JJj jj y JSS? R TflBI lt5 1 HO ' ES-- S m I - ivssr t) 'J&3$yB&w Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting them here. Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Williams and Miss Flossie Tribble has returned children left Monday for their home in home after a pleasant visit to friends Tulsa, Oklahoma, after a visit of two and relatives in Richmond. months in Lancaster and Campbells- Miss Mary Walker of Atlanta, Ga. is ville. visiting her cousins Mrs. Geo. D. Rob Miss Nancy Walker was "At Home" inson and Miss Nancy Walker. on Monday evening to a few friends to Mr. Thomas Anderson and Miss Eliza- meet her charming young cousin, Miss beth Andeison have returned from a Mary Walker of Atlanta. A well appointed menu was served. weeks stay at Elixor Springs. Mrs. Elmore Rowland and children Mr. and Mrs. William Land left and Mr. Jim Henry an- son, left last Tuesday after a pleasant visit with week for their home in Eldora, after Mrs. E. E. Daniel and family, several weeks visit to their parents Miss Elmer Singleton, who will at- Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Henry. tend the school for girls at Millersburg Mrs. M. H. Gates has returned to is the guest of Mrs Alex Walker. Danville after a short visit to Mrs. Mrs. Win. Champ is in Louisville, Emma Grant anddaughters. She will with her husband who is rapidly re- visit Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Grant a short covering from his recent operation. while before returning to West Va. Miss Elizabeth Grimes is in LouisMr. and Mrs. J. Bradford Jennings ville the member of a house party at and little son Henry Clay left Monday the home of Judge Hudson and wife. for their home in Pecos Texas, they Mrs. J. W. Pumphry are will visit Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Williams Mr. and spending the week in Somerset visiting in Oklahoma before going to Texas. their son Frank and taking in the fair. Miss Virginia Bourne of Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby Harp and Mr. who has been at the home of Mr. and and Mrs. Marshell of Lexington, were Mrs. E. W. Bourne under charge of guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. one of Lexington's specialists for West. medical treatment will return to her Mitchell Tinder had the misfortune home in a week. to meet with a painful accident by Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden falling from a barn and breaking his and children and Mrs. B. F. Walter left arm. motored through Louisville, Chicago, Attorney Henry Jackson, county at- and Indianapolis and are now enjoying torney of Boyle county was here this a stay with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leist week assisting in the prosecution in the in Michigan City Indiania. Ralston case. Miss Margaret Cook entertained at a Mr. James Y. Currey has returned party for Misses Chastine and Helen to his home in Louisville, after a Elizabeth Sprague of Louisville, and pleasant stay with his mother Mrs. Misses Margaret and Joe Faulconer of Arthusa Currey. Philadelphia, dainty refreshments were Misses Nancy Woods of Lexington, served to the dainty little people. are and Miss Bell, of Nicholasville Miss Alice Rigney gave a most en guests of Miss Mattie Adams on party to about 35 of her young 4-- 6. 0. t Vshvj3S?:-r'5?'.- -3- j.i - j T S - ti t V - iS- f Goodloe. 'i i .,'. dS Pump Gum Solid-Breec- & h, Hammerless. Safe. I wish to take this method of thanking my neighbors and friends for their many acts of kindness extended to myself and family during my wifes illness and death. Words are in adequate to express our appreciation of this kindness. J. M. Acton and family. A Good Man Appointed. Bottom Ejection empty shells arc thrown downward smoke and gases must go the same way, too Insuring uninterrupted sight rapid pointing always. Solid Breech Hammerless perfectly balanced a straight strong sweep of beauty from stock to muzzle. Three Safety Devices accidental discharge Impossible. Simple Take-Dow- n a quarter turn of the barrel docs It carrying, cleaning, interchange of barrels made easy your fangers are your only tools. For trap or field 'work the fastest natural pointer. Look it oer todjy Your dealer has one. Editor Shelton M. Saufley, chairman of the eighth congressional democratic committee has made the announcement that he bas appointed Mr. J. R. Mount chairman of the Garrard country committee. The selection of Mr. Mount is a good one as he is an able man and a democrat and has always been found working for the best interest of democracy. Mr. Mount has at his store democratic literature that he will distribute. He will also ask that the democrats give some money to help carry on the campaign and elect Gov. Wilson and the whole ticket this fall. He will be around with a list and will be glad to accept any amount from five cents to a thousand dollars. Give the amount you feel able to and do all you can to he'lp the good cause. dyed-in-the-wo- Remington Arms-UnioMetallic Cartridge Co. n 299 Broadway 5 New York City THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Pres't. Eook-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Embry, In Memoriam. Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co, Mr SINCE TAKING OVER THE of Hudson InsuranceI have Agency . companies Wherritt, & added that make a specialty of Farm Insurance. Let me insure your property. I Insure Tobacco. - Office F. P. Citizens National Bank. FRISBIE. Lancaster, Kentucky. joyable Lexington, street. friends last Wednesday the hours were Mrs Wm. Burnett and little daughter from Most delicious ices were Cassie Mae have returned home last served. The occasion was made mem week from Michigan after a stay of orable by selecting one object and hav about four weeks. ing the guests to make as many words Mrs. J. Joseph has returned from from it as possible. The fortunate a several weeks stay st Martinsville, winner of the prize was Miss Helen Ind. and other points. Her health is Robinson it being a choice box of candy. very much improved. Mrs. T. J. Price gave an elaborate Miss Pearl Bettis is visiting her cousin Mrs. George Mann in Bards-tow- course luncheon Friday at 1 o'clock she will also visit in Frankfort, covers were laid for nine. The guests being Mrs. M. A. Gates Ronceverte, before returning home. West Virginia, Mrs. S. P. Grant, Mrs. Lewis L. W alker was the hos- Danville, Mrs. M. H. Mabry, Tallatess at a dinner party on last Sunday hassee Florida,Mrs. George D. Robinat the Kengarlan, in honor of Miss son, Mrs. W. R. Cook, Lancaster, Mary Walker of Atlanta, Ga. Misses Lula Grant, Danville, Norma Mrs. Robert Brewer and children Elmore and Lily Dale Grant, Lancaslhave returned to their home in' Okla ter. n, After an illness of only a few days death came to Hattie Hurt on August, She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sale Hurt, the remains were laid to rest in the Buckeye, cemetery. She is survived by her father, mother, six sisters and one brother and a number of other relatives. We sincerly thank our many friends for their kind ness and sympathy shown us in that dark hcur of sorrow. """- sne was an upngnc cnna ot uoa a sister who was kind and true, a warmer and a truer friend in life knew and when she died her patient soul put on its wings of love to bid farewell to earthly things and seek a home above. Dearest Hattie how we miss you since from earth you passed away and our hearts are aching sorely as we think of you are gone but not foryou v gotten never shall your memory fade sweetest thoughts shall ever linger around the grave where you are laid. A Devoted Friend Pattie H. 16-19to-da- Safety Samual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Notice! Poultry Raisers R rr 3coomiU.rdn.Ky!.Mr 4-11- -44 tUKLd r.hnlpra Hanes. I imhprneck. Rouo. Canker,. " : i .if r: r OUBE, r l'AT uiarrnuta auu an uiscaio mf da.. NONE AS OOO- Druumj SO XO for yestjaadlhukhlHebest MTK.hVBn,Mf.B.rAl0w.KrfTC "I have nd R?pe . , -, . .. '"""r: h:.,.,. 4-I- "One drop of Reope 1 ducken kiUi the worm and itlieTeUhe chick inttaatly. Imlhebe.tpreTenUi.eIhaTeeTttMd. Mfg. and Guaranteed by J. Robu Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Price 50c at all 4-- L" Druisu. ,- j SOLO BY - R. E. McRoberts &. Son J. t. .( n. WJJ 4- - ,, Jf3A'A- - ..,ut Ci-i- y '1kfcti& Public Sale! OF- - e09Mt0HMMB8 0MMMeCBe0aiM FARMER'S COLUMN i Sheep, Cattle I will, at my farm, one-quarter and Hogs. dpaco below this heading Is for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and Buch things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In two Issues of the Record, free of charge For Sale-- 24 ewes. Ike M. Myers. B of a mile west of Buena Vista, on the Wanted: At once 3000 tobacco Z. T. Rice, Phone 347-Buena Vista and Burgin Turnpike, sell the following property to the sticks. highest bidder on win scott Sold 20 head of fat cattle to Mr. Lillard Price at $6.25 per cwt. For Sale 25 pure bred South down ewes good enough for fair ring ateo 2 bu(s. J. F. Robinson. At 1 o'clock p. m. e of The Joseph Mercantile Only Short lime. Company will be closed on Thursday SeJt, 12th., account of Jewish New The contestant will only have a short time longer to get in their work and Year. win one of the grand prizes offered in this contest, so their friends had better See The Sights. get busy and not lose interest. Below A large crowd of Lancaster and Garrard county people boarded the train we give the standing at the last count. on Wednesday morning for Richmond LANCASTER DISTRICT. to attend the big Ringling Bros. Circus. Mae Powell 451,609 This is one of the largest shows on the Mary Eliza Holtzclow 410.031 road and is reported as being a good Kate Ham 314,446 one. Katie Mae Dickerson, 236,404 Alline Thomas 121,779 Farm Sold. The-stor- As executor of the will of Jerome Layton, I will on the premises of the home tract in Garrard County. Kentucky, on Back Creek and on County road leading from McCreary to Nina, near Bethel Church on SATURDAY, Public Sale. Of Land O000OCCK)OOOCOO0OOOfr$OOO0' I ! 6400000000004 CARDS OOOOOOOOO 000000000000 1 -. Dr. D. F. Smith PHONE NO J v 1 Physician & Surgeon. 219. Hos- Saturday, 5ept. 7. 1912. HORSES. extra nice Saddle Horse, tip-to- p walker; 1 three year old Mare. This mare is 16 hands and will work anywhere, gentle Horse, unbroke; 1 work mule. driver, and is in foal to jack; 1 1 CATTLE. 1 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 calHeifer; 1 Heifer calf; 20 head of extra good weanling ves: 1 2'year-ol-d Steer Calves the best lot of calves in this or any other county, all good, high-gradgood individuals and fat; pound fat cow. e, SHEEP. 33 good plain Stock Ewes: 30 extra good black-faceto 3 years old, d Ky. bred Ewes, 2 HOGS. 35 Head of 85 pound Stock Hogs; 15 Head of 165 pound Stock Hogs; 3 good Brood Sows. TERMS ANNOUNCED AT SALE. A. T. SCOTT, BUENA VISTA, KENTUCKY. BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. The latter tract ha3 good dwelling house and out building. The former Osa Coulter 569,325 acre. tract has tenant house, barn, in good Mary Ellen Farley 344,325 W. S. Embry bought of Butler Sut state of cultivation, 35 acres in rye beLucy Campbell What We Never Forget 307,430 ton on last Saturday a mare mule colt ing fed to hogs, remainder in corn, toOffllee at Sweeney's Livery Stable. Flossa May Teater at $80.00. . 239,950 according to science, are the things asbacco and grass. Any one desiring to Rella Ruble 218,650 -- -- sociated with our early home life, such 24 young ewes for sale. Kentucky see the tracts, apply to undersigned, Lancaster, Flora Ruble 203,400 as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that mother Sam Cotton. phone No 364-or to Layton family on Mary Belle Halcomb 200,600 or grandmother used to cure burns, premises. Ullie Crawford Lumber for sale at the Saw Mill on boils, scalds, sores, skin eruptions, cuts, 189.980 d Kobt. Gastineau's farm at Hyattsville. cash, d lKAib. 157,025 sprains or bruises. Forty years of Blanche Stone We can fill your orders promptly. in one year and d in two years Ethel Onstott Who So Ever Will. 154700 O. G. Speaks, Hyattsville, Ky. cures prove its merit. Unrivaled for with interest from date at 6 per cent Clodie Speaks 139,865 piles, corns or cold sores. Only 25 per annum. Lien to be retained to se- Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT Maggie Norris W. A. Price bought in the Paint Lick 133.700 at n. &. mCKODertS & aon. tenia cure the payment of unpaid purchase and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. Ophelia Montgomery neighborhood three mule colts. These 125,875 The Old Reliable Barber. Annie Osborne were all by Mr Prices young jack and no 150 money Ten per cent of the purchase City Taxes Due. ."."' 5400 price will be required to be paid on day Mattie Scott were good ones; HENRY DUNCAN of sale to guarantee good faith in purYour City taxes for 1912 were due LelaBarnett 54500 For Sale Two young fresh Jersey on' March 1st. The City needs money Nancy chase, to be deducted from cash payJohnson 51,200 d aiao one cow, to fix the streets, please arrange to ment when deed is made, same to be CRAB ORCHARD DISTRICT. fresh, and a yearling bull, Jersey. pay at once, also the water rent is past executed in Lancaster, Ky., at county W. S. Embry. due. Call on me and pay as soon as Mrs. Dave Newland 464.605 clerks office on Monday, September possible. L. E. Herron, City Tax Co- Lillian Garner 415.3S0 9th, 1912, or as soon thereafter as the LIVERY, W. S. Embry of this county sold to Mrs. Dove Garner llector. 396,872 parties can meet and comply with Ison & Spilman of Burgin. eight Jyear-lin- g Mamie Holman 345 238 terms of sale. mules, all good ones at $125. per. Moss Sale. ouaieiiuit 270,650 J. H. POSEY. Executor. Mr kmbry also sold to W. T. Robinson Stanford Street. EvaFletch 262,040 j. iie mint oi nuias moss which was McCreary, Kentucky. of Boyle county a mare LANCASTER. 176,316 This August 6th. 1912. KENTUCKY. offered at public sale on Wednesday 1ua1.ee Campbell mule at $225. n..:i r nuarner 150.800 J was taken down at $95.00. The perT. F. Durham sold his farm on the Ofliee Hours Office over 52.728 Sue sonal property brought good prices, Maiiala Howard Bennett Memorial School. ! Lancaster pike two miles from Danville one pair Hattie Bogie 8a.m to M p.m. to 4. Stormea' Drug Sloia M870 of mules bringing $340. and to Mr. John McConnell for the record Bertha Rogers 40,594 Admittedly one of the very best schools another pair $3G0. Jersey cattle sold at prices of $180. per acre. The land is good Bessie Reynolds B- - IE1. .39,690 in the State. Five Schools in one. prices as did the balance of the Nell Davis of the finest in Boyle county, the farm 2 742 personal property. High School, Normal School, Graded School DENTIST. is a large one and is well improved. r Sun Bros Ctrcus Phone 65. Comnare Lancaster, Ky. Favnrahlv School of Music, Commercial School. THE PLAIN Mrs. Amanda Walton has bought of Victor Ruble his place, containing 65 acres of land, in the Camp Nelson neighborhood, at $85 per acre. The farm formerly belonged to John W. poor and was sold last fall for $62 per Jennie Cox Lillian Estes Sallie Anderson Lillie Croucher Beulah Mae Beazley 90,799 75,939 54,095 37,394 29,500 Office on Danville Street in the SEPT. 7th, 1912. pital Building. at 2 o'clook p. m. offer for sale two LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. tracts of land owned by said Layton at the time of his death. One tract contains about 68 acresind the other 10 acres. 1 rod and 26 poles. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Dr. R. L Q Une-thir- one-thir- COME! COME! c one-thir- l-- m seven-year-ol- J. W. SWEENEY FEED and SALE STABLE. thre-year-o- ld - 1 "WLLTER. For Sale. TRUTH. Burley Tobacco Growers Boost Your Own Brands We, as you know, are usine vour choicest tnhnrrn .in the brands of Strater Bros.' Branch, and you know that nobody grows better tobacco than you do. You know how we manufacture, so you know that these brands are perfection. Now; we want you to help us sell these brands this year even better than our best previous years. The reasons you should so help are as follows: You Are Part Owner The fact that you grow the tobacco makes you part ownerof all these brands. Every time that one sells you profit. Every word that you say in favor of any helps to increase those sales. Every brand that you buy for your own use helps make those profits better. All our interests your interests and ours are pooled in these several tobaccos. It is logic that you should bend all of your efiorts, however small, in the selling. Smokers and chewers flock to brands that they see the most people buying. 40,000 steady users indirectlv mal'e more. Get them for Strater Bros." Branch Brands the brands that you grow for by using these brands yourself. 40,-00- 0 Tell Every Friend Tell your friends of these brands. Tell them what you know of the tobacco. Tell them you grow it and smoke and chew it yourself, so you know. Tell them it comes from Kentucky, from the center of the richest Burley sections. Let them know it's the cream of your crops and that they can buy these brands from 'most any dealer, because dealers know that these brands are the best they can buy. Burley grower should be Burley Boosters and the best way to boost is to BUY Burley YOUR OWN BRANDS-YOURSE- LF. The United Power of 40,000 Buyers men in a section wield an enormous buying influence. If all ask for these brands when they buy tobacco there results a gigantic sale. And big sales are the best advertising known. 40.000 hro?ehout the United States know these famous tobaccos. To sellers-popu- lar aM Nation-wid- e brands. They are lielpintr these dealers to prosper. rFher made from the pick of the famous crops of 40.000 trrowers They are Every one of these erowers is boostinethem all. So are all of their friends. This method Is brlnelne the profits to dealers-- to those who sell these brands. Are they worlds for touf Hers are the mild, fragrant smoking brands GOLDEN GLOW PENNY POST FULL PAY. Here are the delicious chewing brands INDEX-B- Y JOE TWIST-C- UP DAY'S WORK --ON NATURAL LEAF. Put them into your stock. See how they selL THESQUARE-TORCHUGHT-STRATER'S Dealers! S" My house and lot apply to W. T. What More Can Lancaster People Ask? West or write me. n When residents and Mrs. Jennie West highly respected people of Lancaster Washington, D. C. make such statements as the following, 3819 Kavanaugh, Street it must carry conviction to every read Mr. William Royston purchased of er: Will C. Davis, Danville, Pike, Lan Jonathan Creech a cow and calf for caster, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney $60., of Tandy Center 2 cows and calves for $100., of E. L. Woods a cow and Pills have done me more good than calf for $52.50, a mule colt of Ed. Price anything else and I can recommend for $120., one of R. L. Cox for S177. 50 them to everyone. My kidney action was irregular and I had backaches. I and one of Mr. Thomas for $100. used Doan's Kidney Pills and they reBuys Fine Colt. lieved me." "When Your Back is Lame RememMr. T. E. Thatch, Prominent Attorney and Saddle Horse Breeder of ber the Name." Don't simply ask for Cleveland, Tenn., yesterday, bought of a kidney remedy ask directly for Allen S.Ellen, after inspecting a large Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that number of colts and fillies at Glenworth Mr. Davis had the remedy backed by Stock Farm, a two year old, chestnut home testimony. 50c all stores. Fos- Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. stallion by Bohemian King, for $1000.00. Mr. Teatch owns two-- beautiful farms near Cleveland, Tenn., on which " he has some valuable brood mares, and produces saddle horses for the Tennes- i YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, see market. The young stallion bought of Mr. Edelon will be placed at the head of his stud, and the colt will be Home grown recleaned seed wheat shipped tomorrow. He is a very hand$1.15, Timothy Seed $2.50, Hill Onions some fellow, of a rich chestnut color, and very fashionably bred, being out $1.00, Hill Onion Sets $2.00 Walter E. Moss, Glen Ridge Farm. of a Peavine Dam. Phone. 354-well-knowter-Milbu- rn l-- m With The Largest Aggregation Traveling In Everything Except Size. J. C. LEWIS, Prin. London. Ky HERE'STHEHOG fl. J. TINSLEY, phone Hurt's furniture store. ZEMO FOR YOUR SKIN. 2 Skin Eczema, Pimples, Rash And All s Afflictions Quickly Healed. STRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH BUKU.Z lUDALtU UUMfAHY, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. (2) W. O. Home Phone 33. i Funeral and Embalmer. Office Phone 18. Wl Riney Director Lancaster, Ky. No matter what the trouble, eczema, chafing, pimples, salt rheum, Zemo instantly stops irritation. The cure comes quick. Sinks right in. leaving no trace. Zemo is a vanishing liquid. Your skin fairly revels with delight the moment Zemo is applied. Greatest thing on earth for dandruff. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is 'sold by all druggists at $1 a bottle. But to prove to you its wonderful value it if now put up in liberal size trial bottles at only 25 cents and is guaranteed to do the work or your money back. Sold at R. E. McRoberts & oon urug store. appearance and training. Unlike the general run of circuses these people seemed to have more ideas than simply j to "get the money and get away." Their watch word was courtesy and they exoited its usages from every one of their employers, and the consequence was the public was treated with the same consideration found in the usually well kept opera houses. This added to the splendid performance, added to the laurels which their popular circus have always been For Sale. in Lancaster, rriakes it one of the most A 7 room cottage including store nit tne room and Stock of goods, located at ..v.v... osKicBacjuus wmen town". iiyattsville. This is the best business stand in Garrard County. If you want Uncle Ezra Says. a good thing apply at once to "It don't take more'n a gilluy effort White & Stultz. to git folks into a peck of trouble" and Strayed to my place Duroc Jersey a little neglect of constipation, bilioussow. weighs about 200 pounds, owner ness, indigestion or other liver derangecan have same by proving property, ment will do the same. If ailing take paying for her keep and cost of this Dr. King's New Life Pills for quick advertisement. results. Easy, safe, sure, and only 25 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. James A. Beazley. Enclosed find photo of hosr that was cured of The troops of acrobate and trapeze cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Remedy. This hos was almost artists carried by Sun Bros, cannot be the medicine, and then was dead before usinff entirely cured, except loss of ears, tail, etc. The ho? is owned by excelled by any circus, regardless of Mr. Skiles Ewing-- of Bowline Green. Ky. He its size, and they surely have the very will be clad to eive you a testimonial, and e can set several more If you want them. best word in circus talk when it comes JENKINS-SUBLETDRUG CO., to eauestrianiasm. nnrl rmreno Bowlfhff Green, Ky. they surely had them, both in number Ask Your Druggist for It. . T The Sun Bros. Circus which in Lancaster, on last Saturday would iuny nave satisfied the most paticular person in the regard, and those who failed to attend and paid twice as much to go to Richmond and see Ringling Bros. Wednesday, may rest assured they night have seen equally as good a performance sX home x and save more than half of what it cost to see the BOURBON REMEDY CO.. Lexington, Ky. "big County Surveyor. Office over F. G. .Lancaster, Kentucky. DR. Win. BURNETT Pfcvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone"6 show". W. PA. ELLIOTT, .ii Physician and. Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. r Sold by HASELDON BROS. Residence Phone 220. Cholera Hosts V DOLLARS every year to poultry and hog m raisers. Last year thousands of were saved from cholera and other diseases during the hot weather by the use of n.. uui Hogs and Poultry --giuSl of QUALITY. n nuwers i cSweooooooooocoo i Ware McRoberts. ! oooofrooA F. The Greatest Cholera Preventive Known 2t Prevents and cures the cholera, tut don't put it f until they keel over. Give it to them now mixed with food it rczulates the work-inof the bowels, du- cholera and other Rerma which set into the system with the food or drink. o.-- :ii cs U. W. Morro'w, GradaateOptician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. A A and another for hoes, packed in metal cans, can't dry up. lose strength or spoil like others and ctyts no more. It is alt medicine and guaranteed too. Written to be understood and Riven free to live stock owner., our CO page illustrated book, by our consul tint; Veterinarian, showing how to know and showing how to cure diseases in Horses, Cattle, Sheep. Sw.no and Poultry, together with over It Cat-SIn- o Remedies, including Our guaranteed remedy for Ring Bones. Spavins Splints or any bony enlargements. THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) Baltimore, Md, U. S. A. Cat'Slno Powder1 for Poultry H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. How to Tell Dentist. l-- m Paint Lick, Kentucky. GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS I Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by CHARLIE WHITEM00N, 3729-3- 1 the Cow Boy Herbalist ". iiStSSTSStiStSiSS only of "operations" & st Health is natural, disease unnatural Stomach' . W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Roots & Herbs. Too long s promises. Modern doctors think 6U"mnS & aea"is irorn disease increase rapidly evefy year. want to PROVE this to the world & to anyone jiskine. I will mail th !rrr HRPPAT.TCT Tf absolutely frXi. AA vuu rt r- iiiii- rmnvinrr Yt l" .V"4 ?ver. Vonsaea, entitled "THE COW-BOai lne blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that vou vS"4ATi$ MY CLAIMS. All letters of inauir " -- KtS!S?ei! rr JJ A&aW&V -- vZ vnur diseaseRheumatismTDr; Y JZZZZZCZtu.uilfll.???' vundea. ar oSZtf&XZ iMouarlsofmedMnritr "" 'rri?'i3rrzs'zsj,cT?n rTrVr'i'At)?" Yr "'" i """"'. " ntilvn, jniiA, ts LEOAT.T.V c:TT4 7?JMTi?i?r money com-cel-s- ORDERS POSTAGE PAID are supplied thru all whoielaU mffNSSSSiJjS!' ceUAllVr0Vf?rfSJTJ Jt;J --s& u ",7 ' w tssold BY dder&6lo7d. .f1 or won-- t get it, .,!... Aii7nTTnnTzrzjvArAy& ,., . . " '"r J.""VJ I household WILL FILL YOUR ZZZTZZ fPURhE STABLE OILS FOR 5c at all dealers, Retail, who It's Enough. "How do you get capers? Do you Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post and dig 'em or what?" "I've heard of cuttne Country Gentleman, can get club ting 'em. That's all I know." Washrates on any magazine published. ington Herald. Give me your order. Mrs. Dollie Brown. The Men Who Succeed. For Sale. as heads of large enterprises are men I will sell to the highest bidder on of great energy. Success, demands health To ail is to fail. It's SEPTEMBER I7th, 1912 at 2 o'clock p. m. on the premises on utter folly for a man to endure a weak, White Lick,creek 12 miles S. East of half alive condition when Lancaster, Ky., 5 miles South of Paint Electric Bitters will put him right on (Lick. The farm belonging to the es- his feet in short order. Four bottles tate of J. M. Higginbotham deced, did me more real good than any other containing 375 acres of good second medicine I ever took.' writes Chas B. rate land with improvements. Most Allen, Sylvania, Ga. "After years of all in grass. G. T. Higginbotham, Agt suffering with rheumatism, liver trouble stomache disorders and deranged kidneys, I am again, thanks to Electric Bitters, sound and well." Try them. Notice. Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Notice of the desolution of ths Son. . im Tobacco Company i3 hereby given. By consent in writing of the Pessimistic Outcry. owners of all the shares of stock in O, woman! woman! thou shouldest said Company its business is closed have few sins of thy own to answer and its affairs wound up. If any one for! Thou art the author of such a has a claim against said Company they book of follies in a man! Edward will present it at once. And this Bulwer-Lyttonotice is published in the Central Record, a newspaper in Lancaster, Ky., Many Driven From Home. as required by Section 561 of the Kentucky Statutes. Every year, in many parts of the Banks Hudson, President. country, thousands are driven from their homes by coughs and lung diseasAssignees Notice. es. Friends and business are left beAll parties having claims against the hind for other climates, but this is estate of D. T. Brummett Assigned costly and not always sure. A better .. ti.i . win present tnem propeny proven to ojf Uic way ui muuiiuaes is to use me at the office of R. H. Tomlinson in Dr. King's New Discovery and cure Lancaster Kentucky. I will commence yourself at heme. Stay right there, my sittings on September 23rd and con- with your friends, and take this safe tinue for a period of 6 days and all medicine. Throat and lung troubles claims not presented will be barred. find quick relief and health returns. All persona knowing themselves indebt- Its help in coughs, colds, grip, croup, ed to said estate must pay same at once whooping-coug- h and sore lungs make or I will be compelled to proceed again- it a positive blessing. 50c and SI. 00 st them this August 20th. 1912. Trial bottle Tfree. Guaranteed by R. J. A. Jones Assignee of D. T , Brummett' E. McRoberts & Son. l-I am agent for the Ladies to-da- y, Magazines. RESDRBINE HMBBM For solo by HsV C. & J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. Agents wanted in other towns. M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Hurt J: Anderson's. "I Am Well" writes Mrs. L R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and can do all my housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I could scarcely stand on my feet. After three different doctors had failed fo help me, I gave Cardui a trial. Now, I feel like a new woman." 58 J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY run-dow- n, ATT0MY. Will Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Phone 194 Office over Police Court. Pil-grina- ge Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Ladies' and Men's ments, Hats, Etc. All orders called for and Phone 340. Gar- Take CARDUI delivered. n. h. VI. Faulkner, Vlgr. The Woman's Tonic A woman's health depends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Carduf at once, and avoid more serious troubles. We urge you to try it Begin today. MIULERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE MILLERSBURG. An AttractiYe - KENTUCKY. ,,, Hone Sckal Fer Girls. Pupils are surrounded with an atmosphere of culture, wholesome fellowship and safe religious environment New buildings combining all conveniences. Health record unsurpassed. Academic and College Entrance courses. Music Department under a skilled artist train ed in Germany. Lecture and concert course. Domestic Science. Expenses for board, tuition, etc lower than any other school of like grade. Send for Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. catalog. 9t m Millersburg, Ky, v ,. .. V r A A. X