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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 13, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912091301_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 13, 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, SEPTEMBER 13, 1912. The Tobacco crop this year in countv is extrordinarily good and The Joseph Mercantile Co will be I isn't it a shame that it will have to be closed on Saturday Sept 21 on account nauiea away to ue soiu ana part ui uie of the Jewish holiday called Yomkippoor money received for same spent in another town when Lancaster needs the meaning day of atonement. business so much and could afford such Put Down Side Walks a good market. The city council has' ordered a lot of Some Seed. concrete pavements put down in Lan caster and we hope that the good citi After cutting a large crop of clover zens will get busy at once and not have hay during the summer, Mr. J. E. to be forced to do so. Robinson allowed the clover to grow and a short time ago cut the second Come To The Front. crop for the clover seed. He tells us Danville makes the announcement that he will get two bushels of good that they will have brick streets in the seed to the acre, and that he has 35 business section of the town. This is a acres. Mr. J. M. Farra also has a good good move and the enterprising citi- crop but his has not been threshed yet. zens of that city are to be Charley White-Moo- NUMBER 23. 83CS33C&&3X&33E We are making a genuine Whole Whe t Flour. Ask your grocer for a 12 pound sack. Garrard Milling Co. Tobacco Crop Good County Seat Of McCreary County. A complete line of Whitley City will be the county seat of the new county of McCreary. At the election held last Saturday to determine the county seat, Whitley City defeated Pine Knot, the contesting city by a good majority. The fight was a warm one, both towns working hard. Big Democratic Rally iplJiJIOlJlJl llMlfrtfyailiailTailfaJliailiaia Wheat Drills. Superior and Peovia FERTELIZE DRILLS. Stives The Great At Woodland park in Lexington on the 17th. of Sept. the big democratic rally will be held. It will be the largest one ever held in Kentucky from all indications. Mr. Mount advises us that special rates may be secured from Lancaster and return and that a special coach will carry the Garrard county crqwd. To The Fair. Reolada Wins. At the Somersett fair last week, Dr. Pontius won first money in two races with W. B. Burtons' fine road horse Reolada. He was also in the money in two other races with one of Burtons young horses. Rev. C. C. Brown To Preach. Majestic Will give to use it. You Rev. C. C. Brown will hold communion services at the Presbyterian church on next Sunday. This will be his last sermon here and many are the regrets that we have heard since the announcement that he would leave Lancaster. Notice. a pleasure Call and see. It is being rumored that I have given up the Stamping and Embroidery business. I wish to state that this is a mistake and I will continue to carry a line of patterns, full and floss, etc. I will also have a complete line of Holiday goods. Mrs L. N. Miller te Recovering From Illness Polite Salesmen Will Take Pleasure In Showing You. son of W. T. Noel, a prominent horseman and farmer of the Buckeye section was operated on last Saturday for absess of the liver. He is reported as getting well fast. Doctors' Burnett, Gilbert and Jackson did the work, and the operation was a Hue Noel, Governor's Choice. Mr. Jas. N. Denny, one of the best democrats in the county has been appointed by Gov. McCreary as one of the Kentucky delegates to the Conservation Congress to be held in Indianapolis, Ind. Oct. 1st 2nd., 3rd. and 4th. The selection is a good one and Mr. Denny will very likely attend. Another Case Of Appendicitus. Mr. Sam Haselden the popular hardware merchant was stricken witji appendicitus and is being operated on this Thursday morning as we go to press. He left Tuesday for Louisville and Mrs. Haselden and his son J. R. are with him. His many friends hope that the operation will be a success and that he may soon return home entirely recovered. Birth And Death. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. Mr. Earl Broadus left Monday to spend the week in Louisville attending Charley White-Moothe Cow Boy the State Fair. Earl is a member of herbalist and one of the best known the Farm Boys' Encampment composfigures in Louisville, Ky. in recent ed of one boy from each county in the years died suddenly at his home in that State, and the only one in Garrard city on last Saturday morning, the County who sent in an essay in re result of a stroke of Apoplexy. He sponse to the call for contestants for and his remedies are well known in this the free trip to the fair. county, he having recently inaugurated Elsewhere in these columns notice is an advertising campaign here. He was a good friend to Dr. Pursley of this given of the sale of two school houses. place, they both compounding the same One is in Madison county which is bearing its proportionate part of the kind of remedies. expense of the magnificent new High School building which is nearing comShortage Alleged pletion at Paint Lick. On account of A special to the Courier Journal from the exceptional school facilities to be Richmond states that while examining derived in this section there is no the Farmers Bank at Kirksville, Ky. doubt that this property for sale will Deputy Bank Examiner A. B. Farris be in demand for residences. discovered a deficit of $1200. 00 and as a result the cashier Mr. H. 5. Newlan To Land Buyers. was placed under arrest. He executed I have 218 acres of land on the pike bond of $2500. Mr. Newlan has been in the Camp Dick Robinson section 1J the cashier for the past six years and has many friends in Kirksville and sur- miles from the thriving town of 8 miles from Danville and 9 rounding communities. He was a highmiles from Lancaster Ky., I will sell ly respected official. or trade, as a whole, or cut inta parcels to suit purchasers. The land is Revival Meeting very fertile, producing from 12 to 15 Evangelist, J. M. Rudy will open a barrels of corn, or 1500 pounds of toseries of meetings at the Christain bacco to the acre. Church in Lancaster on September There are 4 houses and a 15 acre to15th. Mr. Rudy is an exceptionally bacco barn on the farm. It has been strong preacher and the good people of plowed but little, having been mostly Lancaster and vicinity are lucky in in grass, and is now in a condition to securing the services of such a fine man. yield abundant crops. It can be Every thing possible will be done by bought at a bargain. Call on or adthe Pastor and officers of the church to dress. G. B. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky., make this one of the best meetings ever held in Garrard county. All the members are requested to do all they can to make the meeting a success in every sence of the word. n Dead. n, Call and See them, ALL SIZES IN STOCK. HASELDEN BROS. 'HfiillliriiljiJliJi lilMiJfllllljrliJlIilJi Bry-antsvil- le, We are putting in a full line of Heating1 and Cooking1 To Plant Trees &&$m& NT Your 1912 Representatives from each county in the State will meet in Frankfort on Nov. 13th for the purpose of planting or having planted a large variety of trees on the State Capitol grounds. H. FrHillenmeyer and Prof. Garman of Lexington have suggested the different trees for the counties to have planted. For Garrard they suggest Crabapple, pyrus angustifolia, hazel nut, and corylus Americana. Other kinds of trees may be selected by the county but if done it is requested that r. it be reported at once to Mr. Hillen-meye- Public Sale Of LAND And Personal Propety. At five o'clock on Tuesday morning a son came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mount. At one o'clock, on the same day, the spirit took its flight back to God from Whom it came. Though the life here was less than a day, there is consolation in the fact that the real life will be one of eternal bliss and happiness. It came as a ray of Celestial light, and the sorrow over its departure can be alleviated by the fact that Jesus requested that such come unto Him. The remafns were taken to Stanford for burial. The Record and the entire community tender sincere condolence to the bereaved Cochran. In writing of the death of a former Lancaster, citizen the Peabody Gazette of Peabody, Kas, says in parti-Richard Lewis Cochran, who passed to the other life on August 19, 1912, from his home in Kansas City, Missouri, was born in Flat Rock, Kentucky, March 27, 1833. and spent most of his early life in Harrodsburg, and Lancas- TAXES are now past due.- - Please call and settle same at once and thus save further cost and trouble. 0. T. Ballard J SherifLGarrard County. ter, Kentucky. At Stanford, "December 27, 1863, he married Mary Jane Huffman, who survives him with two daughters Dr. Sophia Lee Cochran, now a Homeopathic physician at Kansas City, and Mrs. W. E. (Madge) parents. Adair, of Newton, Kansas. Mr. Cochran served one year in the Union Army Gathering Home. and after the war, when many old Mrs Margaret J. Robinson died at soldiers were coming to Kansas, he her home in California, after a linger- brought his family to this State, reing illness. She was the widow of W. siding at Emporia and reaching PeaR. Robinson "who died in this city body in 1873. in 1897, and who was prominent in social and commercial life. Soon New Parcels Post Law. after his death, Mrs. Robinson went to California with her daughter, who Washington, 2. Senator Sept. married professor K. P. Postle, who Bourne, chairman of the Senate taught in this city before going to Committee oh Postoffices, has been that state. almost inundated with inquiries about Deceased was about 70 years of age the details of the provision of the new and was Miss Jackson, of Bovle county parcels post law, which will become belonging to one of the most promin- effective on January 1 next. Friday he ent families in Central Kentucky. made his response in a general circular She was a faithful member of the letter, in which he gave this official Christian church, of which her hus- summary of the exact effect of the new band was a devout and leading mem law: ber. In fact, her life was too well "Anyarticle is mailable if not over known in the community to require eleven pounds in weight nor more than 72 inches in length and breath combined, further comment by us. She was cultured to a high degree, and nor likely to injure the mails or postal possessed of those traits of character equipment of employes. Flat rate of which constitute pure and noble woman 1 cent per ounce up to four ounces, hood. While the physical body is laid regardless of distance. Above four to rest among her people the spirit will ounces, for first pound, each additional' be gathered to its home in eternal hap- pound and eleven pounds upward, respectively, rural and city dilivery, 5 piness. Mr and Mrs Postle are expected cents, 1 cent and 15 cents, respectively; zone, 5 cents. 3 cents and 35 to arrive here with the remains at 11 zone, 6 cents, 4 cent3 and o'clock a. m., on Sunday, and funeral cent; zone. 7 cents, 5 cent 46 cents; services will be conducted by Eld. .F. zone, 8 cents, 6 M. Tinder, at the cemetery at 3:30 and 57 cents; o'clock p. m. on the same day. zone, 9 cents and 68 cents; 1,000-mil- e The Record joins the public in offer- cents, 7 cents and 79 sents; 1,400-mil- e ing sympathy to the bereaved family, zone, 14 cents, 9 cents and $1;1, and her many relatives. zono, 11 cents, 10 cents, and $1.11; over 1,800 miles 12 cents, 12 cents and School will not begin $1.32. The Postmaster General may make provision for indemnity insurance Monday 16th. and collection on delivery, with L. Riley, Supt. , additional charges for such service. 50-mi- le As agents for W. S. Walker we will offer his land and personal property for sale to the highest and best bidder on the premises at 10 o'clock a. m., on TUESDAY, SEPT, 17th, 1912. The farm consists of 216 acres of very fertile land in a high state of "cultivation, located on the fpike 2 miles from Point Leavell on the L. & N. Railroad and 7 miles south east of Lancaster. The land is nearly level, just rolling enough to drain well and there is no waste land nor poor land on the farm. It has a seven room dwelling, large stock barn, 10 acre tobacco barn, one tenant house and all other out buildings and plenty of good fruit. All features that are excellent and desirable in agricultural pursuits are combined in this farm, in fact there is no better farm in this county. The disability of the owner, caused by a recent accident is the only reason why this farm is offered forsale. There is 60 acres in wheat stubble, 40 of this sown to sweet clover, 40 acres in corn, 10 acres in tobacco, 10 acres in oats stubble, 25 acres in rye and grazed, and the balance in grass lots, etc. The and expect to sell them at rock bottom prices. See me before you buy. STOVES J. Tablets Tablets Tablets Tablets W. o o u EOMANS. and and and and Pencils. Pencils. Pencils. Pencils. 150-mi- le undersigned or the parties at the farm CO will show it to any one at any time. Immediately following the sale of the farm the personal property will be sold which consists of one 4 year old bay horse, a good driver; 2 year old horse; suckling filly colt; 1 pair 5 year old percheron mares in foal to jack; 7 year old combined mare by Preston; a yearling filly and a suckling filly by Rex Arbuckle; two 6 year old mare mules; one 5 year old mare mule and one 2 year old mare mule; 3 grade jersey cows in milk; 4 jersey bull calves; 4 registered jersey cows; 100 ewes; one w 6 year old mare and suckling filly colt; CO 1 yearling horse colt; 15 sows and pigs; six 6U ids snoats. inree z norse wagons; 3 grain frames; 1 manure spreader; 1 Deering binder; 2 mowers; w hay rake; corn planter; 2 cultivators; 1 slide; 3 turning plows; 1 single disc B harrow; 1 double disc harrow; 1 drag harrow; 1 steel roller; 1 Bemfs tobacco setter: 2 sets of wagon harness; a lot CO of plow gear and harness and bridles; & a lot of household and kitchen furniture O and other things too numerous to mention. Dinner on grounds. TERMS announced on day of sale. HUGHES & SWINEBROAD, Agents, fa O Lancaster, Ky., w Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods o a CURREY'S the place for the boys and girls to buy their 300-mi- le 600-mi- le New Art Store. 2 -3 800-mi- le J. Everything new and up H to date in stamping and embroidery materials. Open September 20th. o Austin ft Flora. o Stormes Building Up Stairs spbo?) uBQpncjg 9SJ0H9WIAA snomij jo aun apjdraoo -- Tablets Tablets Tablets Tablets and and and and Pencils. Pencils. Pencils. Pencils. y i. .... . -- Sje2. .A - ,.-.iJ- .- - i ? T - -- -. jA i Ksssssassssace3358Ma craassssssassssssasssssscaea: : 'S'SS"S!SSss'SSs.5'5.I,a.'S' 8 Educator Shoes For Children. SCHOOL SHOES FOR SCHOOL CHILDREN. S .Vk-BJ- F The Educator Shoe Lets The Cliilds Foot Grow As It Should. I Educators )H Nothfog frets a chUd Vm as much as uncomfortable shoes. JJ jl Let that boy or girl of yours t!f enjoy their play. Put a sensible pair of EDUCATORS on Ml them. Let their feet grow as nature intended. Happy Hans im and Sorry Sam play in our window all day and in will be glad to ex plain why EDU- 'Z GROW AS IT CHILD'S FOOT, zrs W Educator Shoes for Children are absolutely in a class by themselves for wear and comfort, don't be mistaken by this one Child's shoe ask your neighbors, ask the many hundreds of mothers in your own community who have tried the Educator Shoes for their children. SHOE m - o O V O V HOULOr o 0 D O V Gun Metal Tan and Patent are the leathers for fall; in high and low tops, button and lace. Let us fit your children in stylish good wearing shoes for' school. Our store is the exclusive home of Educator Shoes in Lancaster, Kentucky. We have just receivnd our new Fall Stock of Educator Shoes for Children. S S Ladies' Fine shoes for Fall, Just Received. 1 - $mt, Schaffner & Marx Clothing In All The New Colors and Weaves For Fall Lancaster, Ky. 0SHHaSO50SS Attention Democrats. The time has come when every good democrat should begin to think of this fall and lay plans to help elect the entire democratic ticket. All the candidates for County office are requested to cease to work for themselves and put forth every effort possible in behalf of Gov. Wilson. The county chairman of the Garrard county committee has asked us to request every one to assist in this coming campaign and we sincerely hope that they may do so. We give below the campaign committeeman from each precinct and they are urged to organize their precinct and leave no stone unturned. Court Bourne, Chr. J. M. Farra, house H. A. B. Brown Jr. East Park:-Brown, Chairman, Bruce Lawson, Henry Simpson and Sam Denny. West Park as. Clark Sr. chairman, Pat Sutton and John Broaddus. Union Ebb Cooley, chairman and Woods Woods, Walker. Paint chairman and Bob Boaine. Buckeye: Andrew Bogie, chairman, John Bogie and John Wheeler. Walker School house:-Jo- e Ross, chairman, Wood King. East and Thos. Burnsides :- -J Sk.l O Visit our store and see the many new things we are showing for Fall. CATORS are better than the point I m House Of Quality. a . . . jvj jxj i sk 5jxj &$3$3$& We. John N. J A S. For Magistrate. are authorizea to announce "W - S 1&&&ty&&&& 3VL I T H, Bring the children. I yBBeE"S? kSsPW'HI Ss.S-S:- " " J IS 13 SS-SS-- s SIDE'S The Central Recoro incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1-00 GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. White as a candidate for the first year. Magistrate, insubject todistrict of Gara the action of rard county, the democratic party. We are authorized to announce WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic partv. We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n H. Estes as a candidate for Magnate, in the first district of Garrard Entered at the Post Office iu Lancaster, Ky., Mall Matter. as Second-Clas- s Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., September 13, 1912. ;ounty, subject to the action of the lemocratic party. Rates For Political Announcements For v0r For For For For Precinct and City Offices 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 $ 5.0C 10.0( 15.0L 10 10 We are authorized to announce Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Garrard county, subject to the action trial according to reports in the News papers applauded when the decission was announced and the unfortunate lady was treated as a heroine. This was not exactly right, even though she had been acquitted of the offul offence of killing .the Father of her three children. She should have been treated as any one else acquitted of an offence. The court has said that she was justified in her action but it was indeed a sad affair and one that should have been prevented if there had "been a possible way. We have a feeling of sympathy for any one who is compelled to take the life of another human and especially so when that person is the husband of the womam who killed him. Profit Sharing Scheme. Mr. Jas. W. Smith has inaugurated a profit sharing scheme and this office has just turned out for him a large number of Bills and tickets. Off To School School days are here again and many of our younger people are going to college. Miss Elizabeth Ford left Tuesday for Sayre College at Lexington. MisaLydia Elmore left last Saturday for Nazereth and Miss Lillian Cochran left for Georgetown. Currey Robinson Charley Dunn, John McRoberts and Chester Lewis are attending the State University at Lexington. Head Quarters The State of Maine has turned to the republicans. Gov. Plaisted, the We are authorized to announce Tay- democratic nominee for Governor was lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- defeated for at the election istrate in the second district of Gar- last Monday by a majority of about rard county, subject to the action of 3000, by his republican opponent Wm. the democratic party. and T. Haines. The republicans Progressives work together in this the democratic party. No Let-U- p In Fire Waste. 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 o 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 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. t democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the acti jn of the We are authorized to announce W. S. Cameras a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party For Assessor. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the democratic party. 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. We are authorized to announce J. B. Collier as a candidate for the nomination for assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic Despite the fact that there has been nation-wid- e campaign against fire a waste in recent years, the United States still leads the world in fire losses says the Courier Journal. Some figures compiled by the National Board of Underwriters show that the losses in 298 American cities, with an aggregate population of amounted to 2.62 per capita. With the exception of Canada there is no other country in the world where the fire waste is so heavy. Canada's per capita of fire tax is only slightly smaller than that of the United States. On the contrary, the per capita fire loss in England is only 52 cents; in Germany 21 cents; in France 81 cents; in Italy 31 cents; in Ireland 58 cents; in Scotland 56 cents; in Russia $1.17. It will be seen that Russia's per capita loss is the heaviest of any foreign country, but is less than half that of the United States and Canada. It hardly seems reasonable that there should be so much difference. The contrast is so great that it could scarcely be believable if it were not that the comparisons have been show ing a similar state of affairs for a long period of years. Why should there be so much more destruction of property by Are in the United States and in Canada thanin the older countries ne explanation across the seas: must lie in the fact that they take greater pains to prevent fires in these foreign countries or that the machinery of prevention is better organized, more systematic and more effective. The year 1912 promises to be as fruitful of fires as its predecessors have been. In Kentucky there have been many and heavy losses, and in Kentucky and elsewhare there is almost continuous protest' against the oppressiveness of insurance rates. One safe and sure way to bring about lower insurance rates is to have fewer fires, and it would be easily possible to reduce the number and costliness of fires if all cities and towns would stop the erection of fire traps and would adopt needful measures of prevention. All three parties, even Teddy Roose velt is claiming to have won some con solation in the way Vermont went in" the State election last week. Although the state has always been a republican stronghold, that party failed to get a majority of the total vote and the election will go into the Legislature which convenes next month. The democrats made an increae in their usual vote and ran second, the Progressive running last." The increase in the democratic vote shows that the Progressives are only drawing from the republican party and did not hurt the democrats at all but helped them throw the election in the house. Every democrat in the United States should work hard this fall so that Gov. Wilson will get a majority and not let the election go into the National house. It is going to take pulling together and we believe that all democrats are doing that this year. One passing out Richmond street leaving the Public square, if he chances to glance upward will see a large banner reaching from one side of the street to the other, with the following wording, "Garrard County Progressive Head Quarters." The banner is atstate. tached to the office of the Bastin TeleDemocrats rolled up large ma- phone Co. and there is where the Head jorities in the state election held in Ar- Quirters are. Mr. Henly V. Bastin is kansas last Monday and the proposi- one of the most p ominentProgressiyes tion for State wide prohibition was de- in the State and if Teddy should ever live long enough to get prominent feated. again and out live his acts of the past severel months, then Mr Bastin should We are making a genuine Whole Wheat Flour. Ask your grocer for a receive the highest consideration at his hands. 12 pound sack. Garrard Milling Co. Good Walking Mare A. B. Brown Sr. Uncle Tommie Robinson's fine saddle mare, Antoma won the blue at the Nicholasville fair in the walking ring. This mare is only three years old and "put it over" aged walking horses. She is a Qandy and should sell near the five hundred mark. Water Works Money. The City of Lancaster now has in the Garrard Bank and Trust Co. the $12000.00 for which the water works bonds sold. An engineer will be employed at once and the people may look for work to begin on the water work system in the near future. Some Beans After an illness of less than three weeks, of infirmities of old age, A. B. at 7.30, o'clock Monday night September 9th, 1912 at his home. Alexander Breathitt Brown Sr, was the son of A. J. and Nancy McKenzie Brown, Sr. died Brown, long since deceased and was born December 27th. 1832. now being almost 80 years of age. In 1855 Mr. Brown married Mrs. ZereldB J. Stephens and to this union were born six children, four of whom survied Geo F. Brown of this county. Mrs. W. S. Holmon of Aurora, Ind. Miss Allie B Brown of Louisville and Mrs. H. D. Arnold of Texas. Jas H. "and Nancy McKinzie died many year ago. Mr. Brown is also survived by one step daughter, Miss M. A Stephens, to whom he was especially devoted. Also eleven grand children and one great grand child, the last making the fourth of Burley tobacco will go up with the increased demand for it resulting from this combination. These planters of the Burley district make up quite a good sized army of tobacco users in themselves. They will use the Strater Brothers' smoking and plug brands, and they will want their friends to use them. No better blends are made than those of their own tobacco sold under the Strater Brothers' name. These brands are made in the cleanest of factories. They are free from ribs, stems, dirt and dust. Only the best d Kentucky leaf is used in them. They are full strength and free from bite. Retail dealers throughout Kentucky are already profiting by the increased sales of those brands. They are now the most popular tobacco sold throughout the State. Every retail tobacco dealer should have on his shelves the whole Strater Brothers' line of smoking and plug brands. Sales are increasing rapidly, and are making .these brands the most popular throughout the South. Planters are talking them to their friends everywhere. Sales are growing by leaps and bounds. Among the brands which have become the biggest sellers are: Strater Brothers' smoking brands; Golden Glow, Penny Post and Full Pay. Strater Brothers' plug brands; Index, Cup On The Square, Strater's Natural Leaf, By Joe Twist, Day's Work and Torchlight. The increasing sales of these brands are creating a bigger demand for tobacco raised in the Burley district. Those who use these pure brands n made from tobacco are keeping money right in their own home community, and getting at the same time better tobacco than they would get by using the mixtures made of inferior grades from tobacco raised almost anywhere. Dealers, get prices and special service for promoting the sale of Strater Brothers' brands. Address, Burley Tobacco Company, Louissun-curehome-grow- State Fair. The Kentucky State Fair at Louisville is going on in full blast this week ami many Garrard county people are attending. This fair is growing every year and new features are being added. The grounds are beautiful and are wortk going to see even if you should not se so many other attractions. No better Stock and poultry can be found any where than you will see on exhibition there. It is our Fair given by the State and every citizen should bt interested in its success. General News. Texas pearls are in great favec among the royalty of Europe. Louisville is to have an automobile - 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 Sckool Superintendant. We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins as a candidate for School Superintendant for Garrard county, subject to the action' of the Democratic party. For Ja&r. We are authorized to announce Jack Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Over at Harrodsburg Mrs. Dora We are authorized to announce Dave Russell was acquitted at the examining Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Garrard county, subject to the action of trial of fault in killing her husband, Will A. Russe. The spectators at the the Democratic party. Mr. J, W. Hamilton, the popular county clerk of this county and owner of an interest in a large farm in the Dripping Springs neighborhood is the generation. champion bean raiser. He was up at Mr. Brown ha? been a member of the the farm a few days ago and brought Christian Church for over half a century home with him a bundle of corn field and was the last old resident of the beans that measured 25J inches in community in which he was born and length. where he spent his entire life, Since the death of his wife two and one half Good Work And May It Extend Until It years ago, Mr. Brown has been on the decline, and in the past six months has Covers Every Stream In The failed rapidly his death not being Commonwealth. unexpected, as he was taken violently since last Friday has remained If the poachers who in the years d in a comatose state, passing peacefully agone have been wont to depopulate the streams of the state by means of away like a child going to sleep. Peace to his ashes. His remains were traps, seines and other nefarious laid to rest in the Lancaster Cemetery are of the opinion that the recently enacted fish and game law is after short services at the grave by a joke, the sooner they are undeceived Eld. F. M. Tinder. the better for them. Mr. Quincy Ward of Paris, agent for the new commission, Burley Tobacco Planters Back Big Comone day last week made a trip down bination. Kentucky river in a steam launch and A new plan for increasing the sales in the short distance covered succeeded of tobacco raised in the Burley district in capturing so many seines and other contraband goods belonging to fisher- has been inaugurated by the planters section. men along the stream that he was com- of this famous tobacco-raisin- g booty The planters are backing the Burley pelled to hire a boat to take the back to Frankfort The fishermen es- Tobacco Company, and the best of caped, but Mr. Ward in nearly every their product for the next ten years instance learned their idenity and war- will go into the making of the rich, rants will be placed in the hands of the clean Strator Brothers' smoking and sheriffs of the respective counties in plug brands. Tne extensive factories which they dwell, and they will be of the Strater Brothers Tobacco Comhanded out the justice which is so well pany, at Louisville, are now a part of the Burley Tobacco Company. due them. It is very much to be hoped that Mr. Forty thousand planters have given Ward will not be content with ridding their support to the scheme, and the the larger stream of this class of poach- strength of this affiliation will extend ers, but that he will give his attention, the sale of the Strater Brothers' brands to the smaller streams of the state, throughout the entire South. The and that he will include in his itinerary scheme will be given publicity at once Dix river, which is by far the best in more than fifty different sections of bass stream in the state. The work the South, and will further enhance there will be a little more difficult, but the popularity of Burley tobacco among with the cooperation of efficient ,game men who enjoy the best in smoking wardens some of the offenders may be and plug tobacco. The combination is caught red handed, and a few convic- a big one, and is resulting in big contions will suffice. to rid the stream of sumption of the Strater Brothers' such marauders. brands. It is predicted that the price ill-an- factory with a capital of $2,000 00O. The worlds series between the New York Giants and the Boston Red Sox will begin October 8. The Wilson and Marshall ticket is a favorite in New York with Taft or Roosevelt money being offered. Circuit Court opened at DanviN. Bryantsvill:-Jas- . Bratton. chairman, Ky. on Monday. Judge Hardin delivHogan Ballard and R. L. Barker. ered able instructions to the graml-jurRubles, chairWest Bryantsville;-Joh- n man Logan Ison and Rome Rubles. Sen. W. O. Bradley will open the Something For Which To Be Thankful. campaign in Kentucky for President We are constantly reading of the Taft in a speech at the Lexington troubles that the officers are having in Opera House on Sept. 21st. Oscar S. Straus, a former member neighboring towns in suppressing the illegal sale of liquor, and we never read of Col. Roosevelts Cabinet was nomiof it but that we are thankful that we nated by the Buh Moosers a3 theic have no such troubles ir. our community nominee for Governor of New York. Since the "tigers" were effectually The funeral of Lieut. Gen. McAuther squelched some.six or seven years ago, who dropped dead while addressing we have experienced little or no troub- Civil War comrades in reunion at Mile from the illicit liquor sellers. Oc- lwaukee, wiH be held in that city Moncasionally some over confident colored day. gent attempts, but he is quickly disA call for reports from all State covered, haled before the, City Judge Banks was issued as of Sept. 4th, by and given such severe punishment that State Banking Commissioner Thos. J. he is content to abandon this method of Smith. This was the first call under earning a livelihood. One reason for the new law. ville, Ky. the cessation of the illegal liquor trafAbout one hundred Garrard county fic in Lancaster is that all of the old School Fair. people attended the Ringling- JJros. offenders who made Lancaster one of A school fair in connectien with a the most notorious towns for blind Circus at Richmond last week and ah county Teacher's Association will be tigers in the state, now have many are high in their praise for it and say held in Lancaster, October the twelvth. heavy fines hanging over their heads, it was the best they ever saw. The extent to which corporations or The purpose of this fair is to stimulate and they have left the county, for the interest in all school activities, es- county's good, and are now sojourning "interests" have contributed to campecially those which bring the home in "Injunoplis" or some other cross the paign funds to influence legislation in and school into a more intimate rela- river resort, and they know good and Congress may be investigated by the tionship. While a complete organiza- well that they cannct light on Lancas- Senate Investigating Committee when tion has not been effected the marked ter soil without the speedy enforcement it convenes September 30. interest already shows not only by the of these old judgments. Another reason In a paper on the abuses of expert teachers and pupils but by the business is the eternal vigilance of the officers, testimony, read before the Eighth Inmen of the county and outsiders in and the knowledge upon the part of ternational Congress of Applied Chemgeneral has been very encouraging. those who would if they dared traffic in istry in New York City, the Hon. E.' J. The premium list is appended in an the trade, that their sins are sure to McDermott, of Louisville, outlines imcomplete form. The complete list find them out and when they do they striking corrective measures. will be circulated at an early date. A will have the alternative of either emiLexington's new theater, now being first premium, second premium and grating or having a long term of mak- built opposite the Phoenix Hotel by ribbon will probably be given in each ing little ones out of big ones. Mr. James B. Haggin and others in a exhibit. stock company formed, is to be comAre You Guilty? 1. Best speller. Premium $2.50 Few readers of the weekly news- pleted and open its doors for the tirst given by J. L. Riley, Principal of Lanpapers realize how encouraging it is performances not later than Feb. 1 caster Graded School. to an editor to now and then see some according to reliable information. 2. Best declamation. mark of appreciation from those whose All the candidates for the democratic 3. Best set of language papers names are mentioned in the most com- nomination for President before the from four different pupils. plimentary terms, either in the society, recent Baltimore convention as well 4. Best map of Kentucky showing wedding or local columns of the paper. as other prominent democrats have physical divisions and products. Prewith The Record always painful boen appointed members of the mium $3.50 shoes by Joseph Mercan- It is to learn of sorrow in any form, yet democratic National Advisory Comtile Co. when the death angel invades the home mittee, with Wm. J. Bryan as Chairman 5. Best problem in farm arithmetic of our readers and chills with death the Increases aggregating $50,601,050 stated and solved. Premium $2.00 loved ones, we send to our have been made in the valuation of given by The Citizens National Bank. from of subscribers a last farewell to the de- railroads operating in Ohio 'for the 6 Best business letter. Premium ceased, and feel, even at best, that our prrsent year, as compared with tho $2.00 by The Garrard Bank & Trust sympathy has not been expressed in figures of 1911, according to the reports Co. language adequate to the occasion. of the State Tax Commission today. 7. Best apron, hand made. PreOccasionally some friend expresses The rate of increase is approximately mium $3.00 rocker given by Hurt & appreciation of these efforts on the 9 per cent, and as a result the State Anderson. part of editors, and if not outspoken, will be a gainer by more than $500,000 8. Best essay on Bread making. let it be known by deed or action in taxes. Decreases were made in but Premium $3.50 pocket book given by that such words of praise or sympathy "seven roads, all of minor importance. R. S. Brown. have not fallen on deaf ears. Yet, of With the births in Kentucky out9. Best loaf of bread. Premium all the tribulations that befall on editor numbering the deaths two to one the given by J. R. Mount & Son. the most cutting is to have a reader growth of the population of the State 10. Best essay on corngrowing. send in special requesc to elaborate on Premium $3.50 shoes given by Jas events in which they are most interested is in no danger of decreasing. During the fiscal year there were 12,483 deaths Smith. and in return send to a mail order house from preventable disease, There were 11. Best exhibit of seed corn ten orders for stationery, engraving and ears. Premium $2.00 given by the other work which can be procured at 60,733 births, while total deaths number 30,586. The silver plague" proved National Bank of Lancaster. the office from which so recently the most fatal disease, its victims to12 Best judge of seed corn. Premium originated a complimentary notice, $2.50 baseball glove given by R. E. especially so when the same clas3 of taling 5,131; typhoid fever, 1,035; can- - . cer, 909; violence, 1,526; meningitis, McRoberts & Son. work could be secured at even lower 630; lagrippe, 477. Children under one 13. Best exhibit of hand work from fienres than asked by foreign firms. year who died numbered 5,230; persons first and second grades. ( This recalls to mind how often in life 65 or over, 6,880. The rates of death 14. Best exhibit of hand work from all of us get fangs instead of thanks, for ages between 5 and 65 is small. fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth grades. from those we want to befriend. Lick:-Earne- st J ! 4-t- y. V. - ' t? V'- - ? .1 -. L 4 j I I 4 ITT y Al Take A icre rrrni 17 m X .- -. P" B ip51 Jr 7 I 1 I T T" J if Hell No " H If W a,tg'iritf'BnL'nir"i:rTj 1 I X 1 xT m I""" I "IJ w T I I f V k We load your wagons for you. COAL. DURING THIS MONTH. We will have several Car Loads of STRAIGHT CREEK COAL that we will offer at low prices, in September. Try a barrel of OBELISK or Look At Our A-- F?eiriG,y PURITY FLOUR. l -- Rye and Timothy Seed. Seed Wheat, you, we will give you back your money. risk to run if it fails to satisfy E Get our prices. T gar Phone 26. Lancaster, Kentucky. ft t xC '.i ft! &&mmmimm I SIX BIO BUYS; THE PLAIN TRUTH. What More Can Lancaster People Ask? SIX Big Nil - & '& & AM :& &f&vJiki?i it Sy3 m 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 LAMPJ3 for places not requiring a strong light. t t Sept. 9-- 14 a Big Week at er: n When residents ami highly respected people of Lancaster make such statements as the following, it must carry conviction to every readwell-know- Will C. Davis, Danville, Pike. Lan-caste- r, Kentucky State Fair. SPECIAL OCCASIONS FIXEO, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidnoy Pills have done me more good tban anything eke awl I can recommend them to everyone. My kidney actien was irregular ami I had backaches. I used Down's KMnuy Pills awl they relieved me." 1 STORMES DRUG STORE - CUBES Cliolera, Gapes, LlmberceeR, Roup, anRersMAL ;s"i:." o rr- Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry - f "' ' Loan ? NoiiceZ PouitL-- y Raisers ' rt 'When Your Pack is Lame Remem- Certain Dates Set Apart For Members ler the Nam." Don't simply ask for of Various Fraternal Organizations directly for and Other Societies and Their :i kidney remedy-a- sk s kHlney Pills, the same tltut Friends The List as Arranged by Mr. Davis hal -- the remedy backed by the Committee In Charge. Ivome lan testimony. 50c- all g i K ii'tc-cul'i-th- 4-11- -44 gk u4 -- pohy Mi Katie Bryant. Bablmp, Kv., says "I Vive Rrnre 1 xmtti mmC ll currj w.xarJIiii.'-jeriv-ck'HTtoi!:..it. $ Ivy , o( Kei Vi3 : "O 1 B.virf wa. p ItiflnebrtljK-V"- -! c'adtaLJ-t!- . vw"3 f.'fg. rsJCeawcUcd by J. PoL:. Cru.r. C rt!rtoYi Ky. 44 :of j esri and tliinL.it tlie test eihii-- " Cnr. ".:' 4-- cwii lie . 1 Ml lv-J- . " ci j jjrin" Pilcc 50c i.t a!i Draists. R. E. McRoberf.s & Son. rSgS3 ETgasKsaaEgaaBr fw ordinal state " Fair booster, has been named by Sec-- j Mwoes Barbara Gulley, retary Dent as general chairmau oC Florence the special days and nights committee. Grow Anna Hume and Connie Temple, of Miss Cora Rosa last and he has associated with him as wpe-- were tIw cial chairman for each day and ulghfe Sunday, While every day durlut; the week of Co.. Proi.. Buffalo. N. Y. the State Fair. Sept. 'J 14, will be one on which the iieople of Kentucky and the surrounding states will be given NINA. the glad hand by the management. Secretary Jaiues L. Dent, hi keoplng Miss Pearl Henry of Richmond; i$ with past custom, has set apart each visiting Mrs. Linda Ross. day and night as Meial ones on which j Mig3 Connie TempV of Louisville, is residents of certain sections members visiting Miss Cora Ross. -' ;eMrs. W. T. Watson has been on the fni7"a,1aud iecret can attend sick list for the few days, air and feel more at homo on account awl 'Mrs- - W- - E-- Whittaker spent li of such association. 'a dnys with Mr. Roy Sanders Inst Fred W. Keisker, an stores. VTZ t pt I Xt ATTENTION. If 'regressive you should know and bank with a Growing Infti i 'lion. Report of the condition of '(JieGarrard Bank &TrustCo at the close of business September 4tii, 191 2. i:i.oi .... .. i;( j.j $12-V10- I.! VIJI'ITIKS. ( Kr-cr- ie 'n-- li ii iii in e:ii! lue Mi in 5s i CO , Citiitrtl Euriiii8 m-jos- Cnrri in HKiiM't. r.rrot ,- .. $ GiUCOfll . l.'iHuiO i,mi v. -. riiiiiitir i ihI KKtnn IK' i i i nc . f.! .ill It OvrJi r,i I . I i -i ...i'.l '." Illll- - I'njaMTsi !(r-4T- tr - .... Total .. iA!rt .., $lt-..0- : Ili.Odii IK) i iK) Tula! .t-- . i ..l t5S3SaKS3aEfcZSW3E'i3Eai!!a3: Attest: J. W. FLMORE. Cashier. I, h alW W3 lWLsijii1 fW3 ef!S!v W irritation. Zemo is prepnred by E. W. Rose . cnairman icine Co.. St. Louis Mo . and is inuaauAi, li larly-solby druggists at $1 a bottle. AH Kentucky day press day. E. D. Shinnlck. Shelbyvllle, Ky., presi- But to prove what it will do at trillfag; dent of the Kentucky Press association, expense. Zemo is now put up in chairman. trial bottles. FRIDAY. SEPT. 13. Adam Helmberger, Xew Albany. Ind., j well kuown bHsiness and professional men, guaranteein that those who at-- ! STOP SCALP ITCH No 3. tend the Fair 011 any of the special days or nights as a compliment to the Dandruff and Every Form of Scalp Dis-various organizations will be well ease lured ilmc by Zerao. eared for. Following is the list of specinl days It is simply wonderful how Zomo and nights as arranged for by Secregots after dandrulf. You rub a little tary Dent and Chairman Keisker: of it in with the tips of the fingers. It MOXDAY. SEPT. 9. gets right down into the glands, stimu- Governor's day educational school chilj lates them, stops the itch, dren's day. and makes Professor Earksdale Hamlett, chairman. the head feel fine. No, k isn't sticky! Professor K.'0. Holland, vice chairman. Zemo is a fine, clear, vanishing liquid. TUESDAY, SEPT. 10. j Yon don't have to even wash your Farmers' dny good roads day. II. A. Summers, Ehzabethtown, Ky.. ' hands after using Zemo. And what a chairman. Cliarles E. Barker, Pembroke, Ky., vice wonder it is for eczema, rash, pimples ami all skin afHictons. A chairman. trial WEDNESDAY. SEPT. II. bottle at It. E. MeRoberts & Son. Drug Louisville day Indiana day. Store, is guaranteed to stop any akin "W. O. Head, of Louisville, ( I j , 25-ce- nt major stn. d 2o-cu- at chairman. D. H. Klncheloe. Fraternal day. iladlsonvllle. Ky., KUEXA er. VISTA ley-- V r , lm Easiest to fit on any l Woodrow Wilson, Scholar and Statesman, Democratic3?33B Candidate For President. WlCK ! 'falling hair an- - & QD v Clincher Rim jWW yM.r w( eta naoie Clincher DRUFF SCALP ITCH VANISHES. PARISIAN Sage will quickly end all hair and scalp troubles and make your hair so silky, luxuriant and lustrous that all will admire it. Banishes scald itch over night. Cleans up dandruff in short order and Kills dandruff germs. After the first bottle your hair will be lustrous and fuil of life. Be sure and get PARSIAN Sage. Girl with Auburn hair on every carton. It is not a dye but a clean, refreshing, invigorating tonic, that preserves the color. At dealers everywhere. Carge bottle 50 cents. Sold by R. E. MeRoberts, & Son. on money back plan. Jasf as superior to ether fires as Michelin Red Inner Tubes are to other tubes tf IN STOCK BY CG & J. E. Sforrries, J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Pregt. ;us3'Vir&S'? CtiTflS'WZy 1ZkiyELfSiH&j33r&i4W23LG2 B. F. HUDSON, President. ' I ORGANIZED 1SS3. j ' We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITA!, $50,000. W. SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Kcepe- r. W. F. CHAMP' Cashier. 0. RitiNEV, Ass't Cash'r. m Business Solicited. S. JoTinson, B. Prompt Attention. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. gas, country, thousands are driven from their homes by coughs and lung diseasHis Point of Anxiety. es. Friends and business are left be(superintending mother-in-lawhind for other climates, but this is suppose er funeral) I costly and not always sure. A better you've dug it deep enough? way-th- e way of multitudes is to "use Dr. King's New Discovery and cure yourself at heme. Stay right there, Mt. Hebron Revised Edition. with your friends, and take this safe "Know thyself," is Mrs. John Vanderpool is on the sick medicine. Throat and lung troubles given, but if you want to maintain, find quick relief and health returns. your know as little of thy- list. Born on the 5th, to Mr. and Mrs, R. Its help in coughs, colds, grip, croup, self as possible. whooping-coug- h and sore lungs make L. Baker a baby boy. it a positive blessing. 50c and $1.00 Miss Amy Montgomery left Monday The Men Who Succeed. Trial bottle Tfree. Guaranteed by R. to enter Normal school in Richmond. E. MeRoberts & Son. as heads of large enterprises are men Mrs. Lee Grow who has been quite deof great energy. Success, sick with typhoid fever is improving mands health To ail is to fail. It's rapidly. utter folly for a man to endure a weak, M. and Mrs. J. A. Clark of DanAND CURE LUNGS half alive condition when ville were with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Electric Bitters will put him right on Grow Sunday. his feet in short order. Four bottles WITH Mrs. Elizabeth Onstott is spending did me more real good than any other medicine I ever took.' writes Chas B. a few weekswith her daughter Mrs. A. B. Clark in Madison Co. Allen, Sylvania, Ga. "After years of Mrs. Robert Montgomery and two suffering with rheumatism, liver trouble PBICE FflR (ft., disorders and deranged kid- children Marjorie and Virginia of stomache tim . w.. Trial Bottle Free OLDS neys, I am again, thanks to Electric Bloomington 111., were with relatives AND ALL THRO AT AND LUNG TROUBLES. Bitters, sound and well." Try them. here last week. CUAKANtEED SATIS FACT OBYl Only 50 cents at R. E. MeRoberts & Mr. and Mrs. Rash Turner of W. OB MONEY BEFTJNDED. Son. Va., who are guests of Mr. and Mrs. them for Son-ln-La- stant relief. Take SEPTEMBER 14. Boosters' day. D. B. G. Rose, chairman. SPECIAL NIGHTS. Charles B. Norton, general chairman. MONDAY. SEPT. 0. Woman's clubs night Mrs. Charles P. James. Clark of Judson attended Weaver, chairman. R. W. Brown, chair STOMACH ALWAYS The Times night preaching here Sunday. man. TUESDAY, SEPT. 10. FEELS FINE. Mr. Mastin Graham aged 72 died at n night Louis his home near Buena Vista last Tueschairman. Eat And Drink What You Want When- - day remains were intered in Mt. HeThe Anzelger night H. V. Cohn, chairman. bron Cemetry Wednesday afternoon. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 11. ever You Want It. night W. J. O'Hcarn, Miss Hattie Duncan who has been the guest of Miss OHie V. Crawford chairman. Don't you know that a whole lot of The Herald night W. K. McKay, chairthis indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis, during the meeting returned to her man. THURSDAY, SEPT. 12. catarrh of the stomach talk is all non- home near Beuna Vistia Sunday night. Military night Colonel J. Tandy Ellis, The two weeks series of meetings chairman. sense. Courier-Journnight Harrison R, Robconducted by Rev. J. W. Mahan and Don't you know that fermentation of ertson, chairman. assisted by Rev. J. P. Jenkins State food in the stomach causes nearly all FRIDAY, SEPT. 13. Evangelist of Louisville, closed Sunstomach troubles. night Major John H. Business men Don't you know that Stom- day night, there were 17 additions for Leathers, chairman. The Post night Boyle G. Boyle, ach Tablets compounded from the best baptism 1 by letter. The baptizing SATURDAY, SEPT. 14. prescription for stomach distress ever will be at Dix River below King's Mill Boosters' and farewell night Dr. Ben L. written, will put your troublesome next Sunday afternoon at 2:30. Bruner, chairman. Y stomach in fine condition, or money Many Driven From Home. back. GREATEST IN HISTORY. Stomach Tablets give inEvery year, in many parts of the German-AmericaSeel-bac- h. Irish-Americal MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A SATURDAY, Miss Loula Grimes is a victim of ) Mr. C. C. Brown will preach his last sermon here Sunday morning. Miss Katie Carpenter was the guest of her parents in Harrodsburg. Madison Preston and family of Lincoln have been visiting relatives here. Miss Myrtle Ruble who teaches at Hyattsville, has been visiting her par- ents. Mrs. E. A. Eason and daughters Nicholas-vill- were guests of relatives at e last week. 's sourness, heaviness, heartburn, or after dinner distress Keep them with you and take them regularly until your stomach is strong and vigorous. Large box HO cts. at R. E. MeRoberts & Son. advicc-frequentl- y self-respe- 1-- m to-da- y, &!LLthe COUGH the run-dow- n, Dr. King's New Discovery rPUCHS i Mr. Berry Mc Cann of Lexington, spent last week witfi his daughter Mrs. Hugh Christopher. Rev. D. W. Moore of Anderson Co. will deliver a lecture at Browns Chapel Saturday evening Sept. 14th. Ralph Scott and Uncle Virgil Scott have opened a consectionary in Nichol-asvillMuch success to the new firm. Victor Ruble has sold hi3 farm to Mrs Anne Walton, and rented the farm recently purchased by his brother Tenth Annual State Fair, Sept. Henry. Will Mark an Epoch. Mrs. Marshall Scott spent Sunday With the greatest array of exhibits In live stock as well as of all other with her mother in Nicholasville. She products of which the state Is famous left little Miss Nannie Bell to attend already guaranteed for the Kentucky school. State Fair this year, it Is the prediction of those in charge of the arrangements that the exhibition to be held MONEY BACK CARARRH the week of Sept Inclusive, will be the biggest and best ever seen REMEDY. in the south or middle west and that Dosing the stomach won't kill Catarrh It will mark an epoch In the history of agricultural and live stock exhibi- germs. Neither will spray, douches, tions. Not since the Kentucky State snusff or ointments. The quickest way to kill germs is to Fair was inaugurated ten years ago has the same amount of interest been breathe deep into the lungs vaporized shown in Hie event as that being taken air of Booth's HYOMEL this year by the ollicials and the pubAs this antiseptic air passes over the lic sph-itecitizens of the state, insur- sore spots infested with Catarrh germs, ing the greatest Fair, from an artistic only destroys them, but heals the and display standpoint at least, in tho it not inflamed membrane and stopa the dishistory of the association. One of the most important improve- charge of mucus. ments will be that of the enlarged jgThen hawking, spitting, snuffing, grand stand, which, when completed the crusts in nose and foul breath will dislatter part of August, will be twice the appear, and vile, disgusting Catrrh will size of the staud that has been used be conquered. to accommodate the crowds the past A complete HYOMEI outfit, which four years. The new addition to the includes a hard rubber inhaler, only stand will be of the same concrete con- costs 1.00. Extrabottles, if afterwires struction as the part now standing, and needed, 50c; and R. E. MeRoberts & Son when completed the stand wjll have a is authorized to refund your money if seating capacity at 5,000 people. e. 4, 4, 1-- m dissatisfied. ? '& - r I CO if POOQOOMMOvVCOOQOvCvvvOOOIIVa i i MILLERSBURG FEMALE COLLEGE MILLERSBURG. An Attractive Home KENTUCKY STATE FAIR FEATURES WILSON'S SPEECH (MTg. rB?rSMJrlMfrU .liMsimUIilrfc $cooooooo9ooooofroo6ooooooo KENTUCKY. School The m sMlmMm IeM ( ' HIGHLY PRAISED Press and Public Men Join i Dr. D. F. Smith Physician PHONE For Girls. & NO Surgeon. 219. Office on Danville Street in the Hospital Building. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Dr. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Offlice Pupils are surrounded with an atmos- Expensive List of Attractions phere of culture, wholesome fellowship and safe religious environment. New Free to Visitors. buildings combining all conveniences. Health record unsurpassed. Academic Music and College Entrance courses. under a skilled artist train PRIZES AGGREGATE $30,000. Department ed in Germany. Lecture and concert Expenses course. Domestic Science. for board, tuition, etc lower than any This Big Sum to Be Distributed Among Exhibitors Great Show of Livo other school of like grade. Send for Stock In $100,000 Pavilion Three) Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. catalog. Band Concerts Daily Horse Races Millersburg, Ky. and Auto "Stunts." f limners 1 Flora, Dear: Your letter rather piqued me. Your accusations were uncalled for. I am not secretive; fi L We have added to our business a f In Chorus of Approval. at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky COME! COME! Who So Ever Will. Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The Old Reliable Barber. HENRY DUNCAN J. W. SWEENEY J A BEAZLEY LIVERY, FEED and Funeral Director SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. KENTUCKY. Office over LANCASTER, Office Hours R.m to 12. 1 and Embalmer Office Pbone 31. p.m. to i. Stormes' Drug Store J3. Phone F. "Walter. DENTIST. C5. Residence Phonf Lancaster, Ky. LANCASTER. KY. fl. J. TINSLEY, PHONE 329-- J. County Surveyor. Office over F. G. Fruit and Shade Trees Hurt's furniture store. Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Aspara- Lancaster, Kentucky DR. Wm. BURNETT gus, Rhubarb, RosesPlwsican and Surgeon. Peonies, and Phlox. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Pboue 75. Office Phone 6 Everything for Orchard, Lawn anc Garden. Our prices may interest you W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone G. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Residence Phone 220. jK0 0 frOOOQOOOQ frOOO3O00fr$0ft090O0OO000frC Cut Flowers Of QUALITY. ; i 4ooooooooooooooooooo3 Ware McRoberts. iVii.,3&TirfliiB U M AlZBSnTAm hB'L!iMk . E5u3rs!f k55?? J5. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. All Work Guaranteed. Kentucky. c 13 holera Posts W Hogs andf Poultry DOLLARS MILLIONS OF every year to poultry and hog raisers. Last year thousands 'of were saved from cholera and other diseases during the hot weaUier by the use of Paint Lick, KUVul The Greatest Cholera Preventive Known M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over .. S Hurt A Anderson's. inn of the bowels, cholera and other perms which get into the system with the food or drink. in metal cans, can't dry up, lose strength or spoil like others and costs no more. It is all medicine and guaranteed too. JSSZSM A Oal-SIn- Prevents and cur, the cholera, but don't put it off until they keel over. Give it to them now mixed with food it regulates the work'dis- J. E. Robinson, LAWYER for Poultry and another for hoes, packed o Powder aid COUNTY ATTORNEY. Will Practice in all State Courts anr U. S. District Court. Office over Police Court. Phone 194 Written to bo understood and given free to live stock owners, our GO.page illustrated book, by our consulting Veterinarian, showing hnw to know and shownur how to cure diseases in Horses, Cattle. Sheep, Sw ne and Poultry, together with over li o Remedies, Including Cal-SIn- How to Tell Oar guaranteed remedy for Ring Bones, Spavins Splints or any bony enlargements. THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) RESORBINE Sue Bennett Memorial School. Baltimore, Md., u. 5. a. For sale by mmmmmmm High School, Normal School, Graded School School of Music, Commercial School. Admittedly one of the very best schools C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. in the State. Five Schools in one. Agents wantedin other towns. J. C. LEWIS, Prin. London. Ky Registered Jersey Bull HERE'STHEHOG Foxy Season 1912. Alex 103717. HENRY. BOURBON REMEDY CO., Lexington, Ky. Enclosed find photo of hoe that was cured of cholera "with your Bourbon Hog Cholera Rem edy. This hosr was almost dead before using the medicine, and then was entirely cured, except loss of ears, tail. etc. The hozts owned by Mr. Sklles Ewlnsr. of Bowline Green, Ey. He will be glad to rive you a testimonial, and we can set several more If you want them. JENKINS-SUBLETDRUG CO., Bowline Green, Ky. T Fee $1.00. Two miles from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike R. E. neither have I evaded your questions DISCREET. ABLE. SAFE. SANE. purposely. Judson Barnet, or "Jack," i as we now call him, Is a wonderfully clever, interesting man, and I admire Impress the Country Favorably," You may safely "Will him exceedingly. Declares William Jennings Bryan. gratify your curiosity with the InforSays Pronouncement," "Admirable mation that I am not in love with Champ Clark "Appeals Strongly to him. Every Legitimate Business Interest," Weren't you surprised to receive my Declares John W. Kern. Two things that are essential to the card postmarked Switzerland? This success of an educational and amuse- has been rightly designated the "playAn Admirable Speech. ment institution, according to J. W. ground of Europe." I have had such Hon. William J. Bryan. "Governor a perfect time and dislike to think Newman, commissioner of agriculture, acceptance is and James L. Dent, secretary of the that but one more week remains to "Wilson's speech of It is original In its treatment Kentucky State Fair, are inducements enjoy the Bcenery. I have actually climbed five giant of the issues of the campaign. I am to draw exhibitors and attractions to coun public. With this Idea in mountains of the Alps. Aren't you Bure the address will impress the draw the Our party arrived at Lu- try favorably." envious? view the officials have set out to make It profitable to both exhibitors and cerne during the late afternoon, and Appeals Strongly to jiyery Legitimate patrons, and to that end nothing has when I viewed those majestic mounBusiness Interest. been left undone that might add to the tains, hedged about with mystery John W. Kern. Senator From Indidrawing features both from the stand- the glaciers filling the neighboring ana. "Governor Wilson's speech of ac point of exhibitors and of the public valleys the snowpeaks, whose white. ceptance Is a masterpiece, setting forth generally. Rich prizes have been of- outline against the sky was cameo-t clearno:3S Ws conception of fered by the management to insure like In its clearness, I longed to work tQ be accomplished by the the greatest display of exhibits ever reach their summits. Jack and a few DemocratIc party UU(ler hls leadership, seen in any section of 'the south or others voiced the same desire, and Jfc g ,n complete harmony wlth the west more than S30.000 to be dis our consuming amb tion became to progressive sentimeut of the country, ,g strongIy to every le. a,S() tributed to the successful exhibitors In add notches to our alpenstocks. b Early next morning we ascended gitimate business interest." the various departments. As an evidence of their faith in the Rigi to see the sun rise. What an Will Take High Rank. people of Kentucky to patronize an in- inspiring sight! Far below flowed Champ Clark. Speaker- - of the House the River Reuss, and there was Lustitution such as the State Fair has become Commissioner Newman and Sec- cerne surrounded with its walls and of Representatives. "Considered from retary Dent have gone to great ex- nine toll houses, resembling a "fairy a literary standpoint. Governor Wilpense in securing the greatest Hue of city" held in the fastness of the moun- son's speech of acceptance will take high rank in the political output of the some powerful enchanter. amusements ever provided for the peo- tains bypink-gollight of dawn her- year. It will make pleasant reading The ple of Kentucky or the south. Liberatl fetching prove and his famous baud, one of the great- alding the approach of day touched and therefore will He a discusses the tip of the towers, then spread campaign document. est musical organizations In the coun- each valley. the day philosophically, cleartry, composed of forty-twmusicians over the flowery fields of the were issues offorcibly. ly and strange when we Its courteous tone and' six soloists, have been secured at This seemed will allay opposition and win him by snow fields. a big expense, and the music loving surrounded The following week we went to friends. It is an admirable pronouncepublic who attend the Fair this year Inter-lakement." will have no complaint to register on Lake Brieng and crossed to Here the Incomparable Jung-fra-u Battle Hymn of Democracy. this score. This noted organization loomed invitingly In the distance. Senator Gore of Oklahoma. "The will be heard In concert each afternoon and night in the big pavilion. For The mountain would not come to us, closing sentence of his speech will bethose of the visitors who would rather so, like Mohammed, we went to the come the battle hymn of Democracy patronize the racing feature of the mountain. At Lauterbrunnen village in the pending campaign: 4I thank God Fair than the horse show the manage- we took the cable cars, which lifted and take courage.' It is at once a alpaean of praise and is a summons of ment has secured another noted musi- us 2,200 feet to the famous little pine village of Murren. patriotic duty." cal organization In the famous Day & Here we had a wonderful view of Scally Band of Louisville, which will Discreet, Able, Safe and Sane. furuish the music at the race track on Jungfrau. This maiden of theIs Alps John E. Lamb. sur appeals strangely to one. She the grounds each afternoon during the passed in beauty by Monte Rosa and From Indiana. "Speech is discreet, week. able, safe and sane. Governor Wilson For the free attractions for each aft In Erandeur by. the Matterhorn.ai To KnMntan In rl ofTirnotr nt flirt cnnlnAl . a - -- i me sne is tne loveliest oi mounwius. " " ernoon aud evening the management sunset, rather than the big stick. His dlssec- We reached the summit at has provided some of the most sensacol- - tion of trust and tariff evils is unique tional acts ever presented to the public. I never Imagined such wonderful nrinp nnsaihlA! Thft evenintr clouds and convincing. His suggestions of re- Who in this section of the country has form in methods of government and ever witnessed automobiles passing ana snaaows gauiereu, uuu imuuj reduction of tariff schedules will meet night enshrouded the peaks with its through the air at a height of sixty- half- with approval of legitimate business five feet? For the first time in the dark, silent pall. We descended way down the mountain and spent the and the laboring masses as well." south or middle west and one of the Inn, Points the Way For Justice. few times in this country such an ex- night at a picturesque Swiss firewhere we sat around the huge Hoke Smith. Senator From Georgia. hibition will be witnessed at the State "I am delighted with Governor WilFair this year, when, every afternoon place relating strange experiences. to The following day we journeyed It is a son's speech of acceptance. at 2 o'clock and each night at 8:30 romansuperb statement of the present puro'clock, two 1,200 pound machines will Byron's Lake Geneva, with its two pose of loop the loop from a tower at a height tic castle of Chlllon, spending the Democracy and points the t. weeks there. Then we came to sixty-fiv- e way for justice to ail through real of feet. This is regarded as I am a real mountaineer now. progress by law under the constitution. the most sensational act ever contrivYou should see me attired in a rough With his election assured, it should ed by the human mind, and Just as green hat give confidence to often as it is attempted just so often suit, with spiked shoes, honest business and adorned with a sprig of edelweiss and new courage to those who need a do the exhibitors dally with death in strapped to my back. square deal." my "ruck-sack- " midair. I somewhat resemble Pilgrim on his At no time during the eutlre day will Lays His Soul Bare. way. First we asthere be a dull minute for visitors, it rough and weary John F. Fitzgerald. Mayor of Boston. and two days being the aim of the management to cended Monte Rosa, did "Governor Wilson's- - acceptance Is provide such a line of attractions in later braved the Matterhorn. I and characteristic of the man. He lays his climbir'g this mountain, not addition to the regular exhibits that you enjoy hardly blame me when you soul bare to the people and asks them will one day only can leave for visitors for to join with him, irrespective of party. have heard all. their homes the same night expressing star'-eout, tied to the In righting present wrongs without unSix of us the belief that they have been well re climbing for hours due clamor or injury to legitimate Inpaid for the time and money spent in same guide. After and hours I became frightfully fa- terests. He lays emphasis on concoming to Louisville for the one day. and while scaling a rugged structive thinking, and I believe this In order to please the one day visitors tiguedI slipped crag ard turned my ankle epitomizes one of the nation's greatthe management has looked well to the again; To proceed was impossible. est needs at the present time. It will daylight attractions, and the big $100. guide told us of several huts be President Wilson overwhelmingly 000 live stock pavilion will be the The built to shelter ttormbound climbers, In November." scene of much activity from early instructing us to remain there until Progressive, but Not Wild. morning until late in the afternoon returned, and not to attempt a Thomas Mott Osborne, Auburn. N. Y. Among the exhibits to be seen in the he Jack assisted me in fact, "Governor Wilson's speech fits the pavilion will be the horse show, which descent. I was almost helpless to the hut, a occasion and the man progressive, but will be given from 10 o'clock each quarter of a mile from the path. He not wild; sane, strong and unmistakamorning until 4 o'clock each afternoon, built a fire and bandaged my ankle, It makes an inspirso that visitors may see the last ring giving me Instant relief, and I fell bly Democratic. ing opening of the campaign, indicatof the day and get to the railway sta asleep. ing clearly and nobly the spirit in tlons In time to catch their trains for I awoke several hours later, to find home, none of which leaves the city a tempting spread, the contents of our which the leaders of our regenerated Democratic party must work; not one earlier than 5 o'clock. ruck-sacWe were ravenously hunThis great exhibition of live stock in gry and ate everything in sight. At of mere 'partisan make believe,' but the pavilion, coupled with the races three o'clock a t urine snowstorm, In of honesty and justice toward all and open air attractions in front of the all its fiendish frry, hurst upon the men." Prophetic of Success. grand stand each afternoon, makes the mountain. I trlel my best not to apfree attractions the biggest and best pear frightened, Imt as the hours wore Governor William H. Mann of Virever presented to the people In this on and inky darlness enveloped us, I ginia. "I think It was an admirable section of the country. wondered if the guide had forgotten j speech. It was wise, conservative. to come. All nlrht long we strained comprehensive, prophetic not only of our ears for any sound which might Democratic success, but of Democratic Flags at Half Mast. supremacy for years to come." Ever since flags were used in war foretell the approach of the party. Morning found t le storm Btill raging. It has been the custom to have the Rings True In Every Sentence. flag of the superior or conquering na Jack showed e'gns of worry. Our Governor Frederick W. Plaisted of At two Maine. "It Is a splendid presentation tion above that of the inferior or van food was entirely gone. quished. When an army found itself o'clock the sky c" eared and we started of the Issues for the American people. hopelessly beaten it hauled its flag to descend. We hadn't gone far when i It rings true in every sentence and iu down far enough for the flag of the we. were met hy a searching party. every word. It represents the spirit victors to be placed above It on the Two of them escorted us to Zermatt. of the Democracy of today. It is the It was a wont erf ul experience, but address of a statesman." same pole. This was a token not only submission, but of respect. In those I haven't the slit'ltest desire to reof An Admirable Presentation. days when a famous soldier died flags peat it. Jack Just brouf ht the dreadful news Governor Eugene Foss, Massachuwere lowered out of respect to his memory. The custom long ago passed that four of the original party were setts. "It was an admirable presenta- from purely military usage to public, lost la the storm. What a horrible life of all kinds, the flag flying at half fate! ..t iThTiiTiiTii?iiTiiii Tonight we stcod upon the balcony X mast being a sign that the dead man REVISE TARIFF UNHESITATwas worthy of universal respect The and watched tne calm sunset ngnts space left above it is for the flag of burn upon the Bielthorn's crest. One INGLY DOWNWARD. the great conqueror of all, the angel of last, faint, rosy ,ilmmer touched the There should be an Immediate Matterhorn. Thtn all grew gray and death. revision of the tariff, and it colorless. Day v as done. A shudder should be downward, unhesitatpassed over us h th. Quite a Change. ingly and steadily downward. Our unusual ecperlence has drawn Howell Roweli doesn't speak to his From Woodrow Wilson's Speech wife. Powell And I can remember ub very near, dear Flora, and I appreAccepting the Democratic Nomiwhen he thought It wad worth $1 to ciate his "bigness" of spirit; but I do nation. say a few words to her by long dis- not love him yet. Ever fondly. JEAN. tance telephone. Judge. !!! New York Press. , d o n. and will keep in stock at ail times all grades of Coal Yard Call No 47 or call at office for prices. h m ..I E53i Now is the time to lay in your winter supply. I Garrard 'SMI IJiyiDiJIJIJIJ p ii Go, .- a7drrfgJl!r5Mpil':rlE - To 40,000 Burley Tobacco Growers Stockholders in Strater Bros.' Branch Factory Here are ten brands of tobacco. All ot you know their worth, for you supply the leaf. It comes from your own tobacco farms. Most of you smoke or chew one of these brands, for they represent the cream of your crops. You know of none better, none richer, and you know that each sale brings a profit to you. You are partners in each of these brands. Here's a way to intrmur your profits on each. 40,000 Partner-Salesme- n these brands, and thus increase jour revenue from them. Your cooperation, individually, can result in gigantic sales. Here's how it works out. more salesmen and yon. Mr. Grower, are one that we want. We want you to work with us, to help sell We want 40,000 Let Each Man Tell Ten Friends Let each of you growers tell ten friends what you know of Strater Bros.' Branch Brands, the brands for which one leaf. j on grow tnein yourAlways keep give of to pocket and these brands these friends to try. Explain that the leaves were the pick ot your crop and that no better crops are grown. Point out the reasons why these brands of tobacco should be every smoker's nl er'i choice since it is j our choicest gtowth. 10.000 men, each telhag ten triend, will thus get a powerful to nearly NXUXK). If each ef those friends tell five others, nearly 2.000,000 men are affected. TSinic wstt an increase this would make m these brands in one section. You are selNag to us. We are selling to them. S mt us work jointly to sell the utmost that we can. che?t Nates-messa- Tell Dealers, Too Tell dealers, too, when y on buy theA brands, wnat ou know of their quality. Let them know of their nattoa-wiupopularity, haw they repeat, and hw they make friends of consumers. v . I "-w BE A BOOSTER OF BUIU.EY GROWERS BRANDS, thus boosting the sales and your profits. TO ALL DEALERS WHO SELL TOBACCO These brands of tobacco are famous sellers as all who sell them know Tlicy are made from the best, from the cream of the crops, from forty thouand farms. They form th greatest repeaters Lnown. a steady source of profit Put them into your stock fur a trial ami see what they do. You will sell them for years if j ou seil then one week GLOW-PENPOST-FUForSmoking-GOLD- EN PAY JOE TWIST -- CUP - DAY'S WORK -- ON THE For Chewins-INDEX-- BY NY LL NATURAL LEAF. STRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. 3J Zer-mat- THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. d A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres'L S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. 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McRoberts & Son. cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m 1-- m W. O. . Home Phone 33. Funeral and Embalmer. Office Phone 18. Riney Director f Lancaster, Ky; V . c i-- '"-- s3 - . :0"H, .r.-"!Z- ." "" jrw9B7taLffiaLarpLMri ' .a .wh .rM WM .HM J VH jv .MH VM VM '.VM VM VM BB .MM m .mm . PRO I m&v SEASON EXHIBIT In Ladies Apparel For Fall and 1912--191- ! j i Of The Good Thing's To Come Winter An 3. . i W0 ill' &sf m opportunity for you to get a glimpse into the future. "Whats What" in new things for Fall and Winter. Many stunning new ideas that are worth more than a special trip to see, are prominent in the early showing. You should see and try on some of these handsome GARMENTS. An unusually handsome display for so early awaits your favor. I ViRniaTTgrguRya&sri.gEa.y The Store Thats Ready To Show ml- -' The Joseph Mercantile Co. wn - i kt i : The Store For Women Who Care I j With gv Each RANGE Sold For Gossip About People N N N Next 30 Days a S MBHHiMMMB. I Mr. Walton Moss is attending the ks I g fJ Call in and see the Quick Meal Range. Best Range made. Get a Souvenior. Koosier Wheat Drills, Moline Wagons. Best, Cheapest and most durable wagon made. tie A Monet Son Co. The great piano contest will close on Monday Sept. 23rd at 4 P. M. Each and every candidate is busy soliciting subscriptions for this paper and selling due bills for R. S. Brown and Becker & Ballard Co. We want to impress upon every active candidate the fact that they have to hustle to win the piano. There is no need of telling you where you will finish if there is no effort put fourth. You must know that Dickerson. Cook. this-ia competative affair in which Mr. T. B. Robinson was in Danville your Mrs. Martha Thomas of Lincoln ingenuity and ability to hustle is county has been with Garrard rela Tuesday to see his daughter, Mrs. B. placed in direct competition with ' the D. Herndon. tives. your ability s State Fair this week. Mr. D. R. Todd of Peru, Indiania is visiting relatives here. Mr. W. B. Burton was one of the judges last week at the Paris Fair. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Mr. G. B. Swinebroad, wife and Goings by Those Wz Are Interested In. children are attending the State Fair. Judge A. D. Ford is among the visitors Misses Martha and Helen Gill are at the State Fair in Louisville this visiting friends at Winona, Ind. week. Mrs. Carrie Walton was the weekMr Philip Mahcney has returned from end guest of Mrs. Pattie Anderson. Louisville where he has been visiting Miss Delia Rice Hughes is in Stan- relatives. ford visiting her aunt Mrs. J. W. Acey. Miss Susie Hilton spent two weeks in Stanford with her mother Mrs. J. Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson attended the State Fair in Louisville this week. H. Hilton. Miss Flossie May Sutton of Bryants-vill- e Collier Johnston of Lexington is enis visiting her sister Mrs. J. E. joying a visit to his friend Robinson ' Only Short Time In Which To Secure Votes In The Great Piano Contest. Acton Resolutions of respect by the Baptist 1 YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I Aid Society, Lancaster Baptist Church. Whereas, Our Heavenly Father has removed from our number Mrs. J. M. We are making a genuine Whole Acton, we, your Committee on ResoluWheat Flour. Ask your grocer for a tions, Submit the following: 12 pound sack. Garrard Milling Co. Resolved. First That in the death of Mrs. Acton our Society and Church $1.10 have lost a noble member and our com- Recleaned seed wheat Hill onions $1.00 munity a beautiful Christian life. Hill onion sets 2.00 Resolved, Second, That we extend Walter E. Moss, Phone 354-our sympathy to the bereaved family and other loved ones and we urge the For Sale. children to ever cherish the memory and teachings of their loving mother. A 7 room cottage including store Resolved, Third, That a copy of room and Stock of goods, located at these Resolutions be placed upon our Hyattsville. This is the best business Records and a copy be sent to the Cen- stand in Garrard County. If you want tral Record for publication. a good thing apply at once to Mrs. C. D. Powell, White & Stultz. Miss Minnie Gulley, Miss Mary K. West, Magazines. 1 r v. . MAHaBy F. Robinson Cook is at home again after a visit to Collier Johnston in Lex ington. Mrs Mollie Faulkner of Middlesboro is with her friend Mrs E. W. Harris for a visit. Fidelity Phenix Fire Insurance H Mrs E. L. Banard and son Joseph Mrs. John Shackelford and little son Co Rogers are at home from a pleasant leave this week to visit relatives in outing in Canada. Richmond. Attention Farmers. 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. B Miss Mary Reid is learning to type and do other News-pape- r work this office. W. B. Mason set Misses Ethel and Lilly Jones have at been recent visitors of Miss Jennie o o O a - Jr. leaves shortly to the Military Institution at Millersburg. enter Rev. C. C. Brown who has been away for two weeks returned home a last Saturday Miss Allie Arnold left Tuesday morning for Pittsburg where she will again o 14 KEMPER. C& WOODS, Garnett Kemper. PAINT LICK, KY. R. G. Woods. teach this year. Prather is making a visit of several weeks to her sister in Miss Eunice Madison County. 03 Fire. Hail. Tornado Insurance. Miss Mary Dalton left Wednesday for Lexington where she will enter Hamilton college. Mrs. Ernest Bohon Camphell and little daughter of Stanford are guests of Mrs, Joanna Ball. HARTFORD, Aetna, National Of Hartford. We Write Anv Kind of I Office at National Bank. Office URANCE Phone 27. BEAZLEY & COLLIER over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. V3SJ3B Take Any Beam fti.. You like i i Ai from our mJm timber piles. No need .zj9j to spend time in look ing for good ones. Every stick in the pile is sound, seasonable and straight. W-nKiSHtt- uwfMWwrJH i 'sTurii t ff fir m Remember tint upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting- - them here. Lancaster Lumber & Mia Co. I H Insurance .of Hudson & Office SINCE TAKING OVER THE Agency Lancaster, Kentucky. that make a specialty of Farm Insurance. Let me insure your property. I Insure Tobacco. Wherritt, I have added companies F. P. Citizens National Bank. PRISBIE. ' Rella Ruble i". Total Dr. H. M. Grant has returned to 215,600 Miss Agness Mahoney of Louisville Flora Ruble For Sale. Norfolk Va. , after spending his vaca 200,900 State of Kentucky, County of Gahrard, ss: has returned home after a deliehtful Mary Belle Halcomb tion in Lancaster. I will sell to the highest bidder on I. B. F. Hudson. Prest., of 190.5S0 bank, do solemnly swear that the above named visit to her cousins, Misses Susie and Ollie Crawford the above state Mrs. SEPTEMBER I7th, 1912 Jennie Faulkner White of Laura Mahoney. 157,025 meut is true to the best of hit knowledge and Blanche Stone . belief. B. V. Iladson. Jackson Tenn, has been paying a visit 154,700 Ethel Onstott Subscribed and sworn to before me this 7th, at 2 o'clock p. m. on the premises on Miss Allie Brown of Louisville, who to Garrard relatives. White Lick creek 12 miles S. East of 139.865 day of Sept 1912. S. C. Denny, Notary Clodie Speaks Pnblic. was called home by the illness and death Lancaster, Ky., 5 miles South of Paint 133.700 Commission Expires January Jr.', 1910. Maggie Norris Judge JLewis L. Walker and Mrs. of her father Mr. A. B. Brown,. Sr. Corrkct Attest : Lick. The farm belonging to the es125,875 Ophelia Montgomery Walker are attending the State Fair in will return tomorrow. J.J. Wlker. jL. L.Walker, 113,450 tate of J. M. Higginbbtham deced, Directors. Annie Osborne Louisville this week. ) C. A. Arnold. Mr. Collins W. Harman of Pittsburg, Mattie Scott containing 375 acres of good second 54,600 Mrs. J. D. Gulley, Mrs. L. C. Gulley Pa. spent a week at the Kengarlan, LelaBarnett 54,500 rate land with improvements. Most md little son Horace Boggs are spend- having come here to see his friend Nancy Johnson all in grass. G. T. Higginbotham, Agt 51,200 REPORT OF THE CONDITION ing a week in Lexington. Miss Sue Shelby Mason. 1. OFTHK Miss Sallie Tillett was in Danville How That Fall Hat Is Going To Look. Misses Pearl and Katie Hamm have Sale Of School Properly. Sunday for the Methodist Conference returned home from' Somerset where Ostrich feathers are strikingly novel. .vhich is being held there. they have been visiting friends and They are used as tall trimmings and Having consolidated the district of Mrs. John Parks of Danville is the relatives and attending the fair. Paint Lick in Madison County and the for flat applications. Bandeaux of Lowell district, these school houses ?uest of her sister Mrs. James Bur- Will Ball and mother" Mrs. Joanna ostrich with standing plumes attached CNo.XL03. nam Woods of Paint Lick. and lots will be sold publicly Saturday made in beautiful combination Ball were in Cincinnati recently to see are OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT Oct 5. The property at Lowell at 10: Lee Ball who had been quite ill in one colors. Tall pompons of tips and of Miss. Amanda Anderson enjoyed a plumes and of combinations of feathers TheCtose of Bnsiness Sep 4, 1912 a. m. and at Paint Lick at 3:00 p. m. weeks recuperaton at the county home of the hospitals in the Queen City. d cash Jan, 1 1913 and Terms sizes are made to look very of her sister Mrs. Lynes Dayl. Miss Lillian Pierce has returned to of several the remainder in one and two years new through blendings of the new RESOURCES. Mrs. May Clark and Miss Jennie her home in Louisvil'e after a pleasant shades. The effects are made of many with good security at 6 per cent. Loans and discounts $15S,104 52 visit to friends and relatives in GarWard left the past week to visit relaCounty Board of Education. l.;irJ varieties of fancy plumage, and where Overdrafts, secured and unsecured... 5O.U0O 4.: CO U. S. Bonds to secure circulation rard, Madison and Boyle counties. tives in Pendleton Gap Virginia. aigrettes are prohibited, there need be i Bonds securities, etc .. lb.Otv CO W. T. King Auctioneer. Miss Willie Pierce has returned to no dearth of aigrette effects. Psradise, Due from National Banks (notfixtures 7,000 CO Misses Berhie Lear and Margaret reserve agents) 231 7.1 Notice. her home in the Fall City after a two numidirhea, pheasant, conque and Arnold are at home from a pleasant from State and and months visit to Miss Iva Coy of Rich- many other materials are made into DueBankers, Trust Private Banks and stay in Lexington and Nicholasville. Companies, Notice of the desolution of the . 163 61 mond and Mrs Oscay Ray at Buckeye. attractive high trimmings. Wings DueSaving Banks...-- reserve 20.5o9 7 from approved Tobacco Company is hereby asents.... 231 81 Mrs. Henry Faulconer and children Miss. Sadie Baughman of Hustonville from the rather small to very large are Checks and other casn items jnven. isv consent in writing oi tne 710 00 have returned to Philadelphia after a Notes of other National Banks sizes, Fractional papercurrency.nlclcels.cts 17 77 owners of all the shares of stock in visit of some time to Mr. and Mrs.W. passed through Lancaster enroute to extensively used of the smaller Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, several pairs are branched one above said Company its business is closed the Richmond Normal school and was viz: B. Mason. . t 7.115 00 with her friend 'Mrs. W. Ross Bastin the other to produce height. Bandeanx Specie 4,&oo CO notes ll,M 00 and its affairs wound up. If any one Misses Hallie Brown and Ella Henry for a broif visit. of feathers come from one inch to six has a claim against said Company they Treaswill go to Louisville this week for the inches, some even wider and are often Redemption Fund with U. S. (Mof circulation). will preser it at once. And this Mrs. W. S. Holman of Aurora, Ind. combined with wings or some egret Due urer U.S. Treasurer 2,50 00 from State Fair and be guests of Mrs. notice is published in the Central Rewho came to see her. father A. B. effect. Butterfly cravat designs are Brown Antill. $271,700 70 cord, a newspaper in Lancaster, Total Ky., Brown, Sr. was called home by the ser- are made in many fancy feather maas required by Section 561 of the Misses Mary and Jennie Rankin and ious illness LIABILITIES of her son, Chas H. Crow, terials. Tall effects are made of quills Kentucky Statutes. brother were in Somerset where they before her fathers death. $ 50.000 00 Capital stock paid in 25,000 00 Banks Hudson, President. in fancy shapes and Surplusfund. .. of various sizes took in the Fair and remained for a Undivided profitless expenses and colorings. The Milllinery Trade On Monday afternoon Sept. 16th. at new 8.035 25 taxes paid visit to relatives. National Bank Notes Outstanding... 50.0UO mj Assipees Notice. 3 o'clock the U. D. C. will meet at Mrs Review. Due to Other National Banks s2 7 Mesdames Mildred Beazley, Mrs. V. A. Lear. At Individual deposits subject tocheck. 130,654 m that time the birthday AH parties having claims against the . fi.noo 00 Certified checks James A. Beazley and daughter Lucile of Raphel Simmes will be What We Never Forget 1,078 S3 estate of D. T. Brummett Assigned observed as Reserved for Taxes..... have been recent guests of Mrs. Wm. suggested by a revision in the veiling $271.760 70 will present them properly proven to Total asHays of Stanford. of the National Convention. All mem- according to science, are the things me at the office of R. H. TomKnson in Mrs. E. L. Owsley has again taken bers are cordially invited to be present sociated with our early home life, such StateofKentccky.CountyofGariurd.ss: Lancaster Kentucky. I will commence I, S. C Denny, Cashier of the above rooms with Mrs. David Ross and will Mrs R. T. Embry gave a hand- as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that mother named bank, do solemnly swear that the above my sittings on September 23rd and conbe glad to welcome her many friends of my knowledge tinue for a period of 6 days and all some reception Wednesday at 10 o'clock or grandmother used to cure burns, statement Is true to the bestC. Denny. S. and belief. at her apartments. Cashier. at her in Hill Court, the honor guests boils, scalds, sores, skin eruptions, cuts, Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6tb claims not presented will be barred. All persons knowing themselves indebtMrs. M. H. Mabry and little sen left being Mesdames C. C. Brown of this W. O. Rigney. sprains or bruises. Forty years of day of Sept, 1912. Notary Public. ed to said estate must pay same at once Tuesday for Knoxville, where Judge city and J. P. Halley of California. My Commission cures-provits merit. Unrivaled for Correct Attest : expires Feb 17, 1914. or I will be compelled to proceed againMabry will join them and they will go Most delicious ices were served. The W. M. Elliott. ) 1912. . . . for an outing to Washington City and home was embellished by a profusion pile3, corns or cold sores. Only 25 J. E. Stormes. i Director. st them thi3 August 20th. New York. J. A. Jones Assignee of, D. T, Brummett; Alex R. Denny ) cents at'R.-E- . McRoberts & Son I of flowers. Pre-,t" -4 Lawrence in Lincoln. Miss Ella Mahoney of Louisville is visiting her brother, Mr Jas Mahoney of Gilbert Creek, Ky. Misses Margaret and Anna Lee Woolfolk of Lexington are the guests of Miss Allene Bourne. Miss Clara Miller of Charleston West Virginia is expected next week to visit Alline Thomas 122,304 her parents Mr and Mrs N. Miller. 91,139 Jennie Cox Mr Jesse Hendren left Monday for Lillian Estes 76,234 Tennessee where he will attend school Sallie Anderson 54,301 at the Lincoln Memorial University. Lillie Croucher 37,394 Mae Beazley 29,500 Mrs Givens Terrill and daughter Miss Beulah BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. Janie Terrell left Wednesday for a stay at the State Fair in Louisville. 668,125 Osa Coulter 344,425 Mary Ellen Farley Charles Doty Bright returned this 307,930 Campbell week to his home in Covington after a Lucy 239,950 Flossa May Teater visit with his little cousin Gayle Doty. 218,950 of rival. You should not lose one minutes time OF THE between now and the time the contest closes and have your friends to help National Bank you win out. Every contestant should try to br;ak the record next week. A lazy person finds that the easiest way csto. usee.1 to break a record is to take a phono OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT graph and drop it while the energetic person is always up and doing and Close of Business Sept 4U1, 1912. drops nothing. Ask your friends to RESOURCES. help you during the closing week of the Loans and discounts lt contest. Below is the standing of the Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 179.Tm 12 s:(l U. S Bonds to . 30.000 00 circulation contestants at the last count:- . furniture and fixtures 7.000 00 Due from National Banks (not ReLANCASTER DISTRICT. serve Aguntsi 5U 73 uiie lroin state and I'm ate limits Mae Powell 468.094 and Rankers. Trust Companies 642 6:; Mary Eliza Holtzclow 418.663 Dueand SavluijsBauks from aturoved reserve nsrents.. . 27,i22 91 315,996 Checks and otner cash items Kate Ham. ja 37 Notesof other National Banks 560 00 Katie Mae Dickerson, 239.639 Fractional paper currency, nickels -- similar REPORT OF THE CONDITION agent for the Ladies Home Journal, Saturday Evening Post and tne Country Gentleman, can get club rates on any magazine published. Give me your order. I am Citizens Mrs. Dollie Brown. Due. City Taxes Your City taxes for 1912 were due 1st. The City needs money streets, please arrange to pay at once, also the water rent is past due. Call on me and pay as soon as possible. L. E. Herron, City Tax on March to fix the Small Farm For Sale. Bauking-lionse- Lawful Mosev Reserve Specie Legal-tend- and cents notes Is Bask,00 viz: i S.lii 5l 8.i 00 67 acres as fine corn and tobacco land as you can find 1 five acre barn X new stock barn 23x40 new 3 room house ss 1 mile from pike 2J miles from Hyattsville, you can pay for this at $70.00 lO.-vJ- Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation)... TOTAL 00 per acre. S. H. Aldridge Hyattsville, 2.500 00 Ky., or $:M.2Il' 2U J. I. Hamilton Lancaster. LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid lu Surplusfund Undivided profits, less expenses and ." taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding. .. Due to other National Banus Individual deposits subject tocheck. Certified Checks Reserved for Taxes $50,000 00 35,000 00 S.Oy. S! 50.1)00 mi 27a ivj 135.31:! M Subscribe for Record uvj iw 3SR 22 NATIONAL BAH, . one-thir- Bankmg-honse.fnrniturea- Pil-grina- ge Legal-tend- e l-- m sV MFt. . . " ", --- ,5 ft- - . fc aaaaa vvCOC0PO0v00OOQOC0tit9000099vP9ip SPECIAL EXCURSION FARMER'S COLUMN TOOOOOOOOOOOOOT 00000 OOMOOOOOOOMOP CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Sept 22nd dpace below this beading Is for cue exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, aud is for the sale of stock, grain aud such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four linea, and will be only in '.wo issues of the Record, free of charge You May Now Buy The Famous ft $1.50 Trip Round 1 .50 Trip Round Fob Sale 24 ewes. Ike M. Myers. 24 young ewes for sale. Sam Cottonl sticks. WOOLTEX Garments ' Wanted: At Z. SPECIAL TRAIN T. Rice, Phone once 3000 tobacco 347-- B Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. Hogs sold in East St Louis last Saturday at $9.20 per hundrad, this being the highest price since 1910. At This Store. Wooltex is the Best Known Line of Women's Wear In America While this is a very important thing from a merchandising point of view it was not enough alone to make us take on the line. We wanted to know positively that we could truly endorse all the claims of superiority made by the WOOLTEX people regarding their garments. So when they offered us the exclusive sale of WOOLTEX for the five counties of Lincoln, Garrard, Mercer, Casey and Boyle, and invited us to visit their factory in Cleveland and examine every detail of their making and verify their claims, we decided to go and see for ourselves. We founnd their factory an immense plant, surrounded by grass plots insuring plenty of light and air from all four sides. Inside every part was delightfully clean and light and airy. The men and women working there were unusually intelligent appearing and contented. We carefully went into every detail of the manufacture from the time the cloth is received and chemically tested to be sure it is all wool, until the finished garment had been d ready for shipment, andwe will positively assert that it is not possible to make a better garment than hand-presse- For Sale bucks. 25 ewes good enough for pure bred South down fair ring ateo 2 JF. Robinson. Give the shoats plenty of feed with roots each day. They will then make a steady growth and return a good'profit. 8 6 -- BIG DAYS SEPTEMBER. .AT THE. & W Forty-thre- e head of Berkshires sold for $4,000, an average of $94 at the Brookline Stock Farm sale at Aurora, k n III., last month; For Sale Two young fresh Jersey cows, also one seven-year-ol- 9, 10, 11, L2, 13, 14, 1912 d cow, fresh, and a yearling bull, Jersey. W. S. Embry. Kentucky State Fair J If the crops turn out this fall like the farmers tnink they are, they will have so much money that they cant spend it all. LIBERAL PREMIUMS OFFERED Daily Races acre farm, 3J miles on Buckeye road near Mrs Carrie Dav Mrs. Susan Leavell. idson's place. 125 Sixty-eigyearling thorough-bred- s brought a total of $15'870 an average of a little more than $232. at a haIp neid under the auspices of the Kentucky Sales Co., at Lexington last week. ht For Rent Free AttractionsClean Midway --, WOOLTEX. WOOLTEX styles come direct from the WOOLTEX Fashion Bureau of Paris. It costs the makers $50,000 a year to maintain the style supremacy of WOOLTEX but the money is well invested, as every WOOLTEX wearer will admit. WOOLTEX fabrics are pure wool, not a thread of cotton in them. Chosen with the greatest LIBERATI'S BAND . Fanner Boys School Encampment REDUCED RAILROAD RATES ft & For Information, Entry Iilanks, Catalogue, Address 320 PAUL JONES BUILDING J. L.. DENT. SECY. LOUISVILLE, ti Total receipts of live stock on the Chicago market last week were, in round numbers, 42,000 cattle, 99,300 hogs and 144,600 sheep, The week's receipts, compared with the previous week, in round numbers, decreased 4,100 cattle, increased 600 hogs and decreased 33,200 sheep. Compared with the corresponding period a year ago cattle decreased 15,900, hogs 400 and care for superiority of texture, finish and pattern and for exclusive "custom made" effects. WOOLTEX guarantee is the most liberal known to the trade. Protects you against every possible weakness. WOOLTEX garments must give two seasons satisfactory wear. This guarantee extends even to the lining. WOOLTEX Tailored Suits WOOLTEX Coats - - - $22.50 to $45. $10.00 to $40. sheep increased 11,800. The importance of feeding properly is a problem for all poultrymen and should be earnestly considered, for the general health of the birds depends almost entirely upon it. The proper solution of this question promotes economy and success, but one must also study this subject with a large amount of common sense, for what would be practical with one may not apply to every case. Another thing to consider is the price of feeds and the general environment before determining the proper rations. The winter eggs are by far the most profitable, and therefore it is up to the poultryman who is in the business for the profit to secure a larger proportion Our stock of WOOLTEX Suits for Fall and Winter is now on sale and we will appreciate a visit of inspection from you. STYLE BOOKS. We will in the next week send out to all our trade a very handsome "Style Book" showing a number of the newest ideas in WOOLTEX Suits and Coats. If you do not receive one we will thank you to write us a postal, and we will send one and replace the postal. ft. B. Robertson & Bro. The Store That Sells WOOLTEX. ORDINANCE The City Council of the City of Lancaster do ordain as follows 1st. It is ordained by the City Council of the City of Lancaster, that all pavements that shall after the date of the passage of this ordinance, be constructed, or reconstructed, built, or rebuilt, in the City of Lancaster be constructed according to the following specifications and plans: ' 2nd. An excrvation sixteen (16) inches below the leavell of the proposed pavement, shall be made, into this excavation shall be placed first, crushed stone, of sound quality 9 inches deep, and on the top of this shall be placed 5i inches of grouting, composed six parts of crushed stone, to one part of first quality Portland Cement, and on this snail be spread the wearing surface one and one half inches thick, composed of three parts of Portland Cement, 2 parts of schreened crushed stone and 2 parts of clean sharp sand, the whole surface shall be worked smooth with a trowell and cut into blocks of five (5) feet, cut through the pavement, shall be constructed on a grade of one quarter of an inch to the Foot, from the inside to the outside edge, the same shall be constructed in a workman like manner, and the concrete shall be properly mixed and laid properly rammed and well and tamped firmly. 3rd. When any one desires to build a pavement, or one is required to be built, the btreet Committee is em powered to employ a competant surveyor to establish a proper grade for said pavement, and the pavement shall be constructed according to said grade so established and surveyed. 4th. When the pavement crosses any ditch, drain or cut, whether it is necessary to make a fill, or culvert, to maintain the grade of the side walk, if a fill is made it shall be of good solid earth and well tramped and rammed in the making of same, so as to prevent the pavement from settling below the line of the grade, if a culvert is made it shall be of tiling of sufficient dimensions to carry off the water and well jointed with cement, where there is an embankment the side shall be sloped as much as may be necessary to sustain the pavement in position and make the same safe. 5th. There shall be around the Public Square a concrete pavement built, jn acordance with this ordinance, and on the Lexington street, Danville street, Stanford street and Richmond street to the first cross street, there shall be pavements built of concrete in accordance with the above specifications, the curbing around the square and on each of the above named streets the curbing shall be made of concrete and all property owners within said boundary are required to build said pavements except where same is now built in concrete the pavements around the square shall be twelve feet wide and on the Lexington street, Danville street, Stanford street and Richmond street shall be 9 feet wide to the first crossing on each of said streets. 6th. Sam Cotton is required to build a pavement four feet wide along and in front of His property on Water street same to be built of concrete in accordance with the above specifications and to be built under the supervision of the Street Committee. 7th. Mrs. J. A. Doty's Heirs W. T. West, H. K. Herndon and each of them are required to build a concrete pavement along and in front of their respective property on Danville street :- DAINVIL,IE KENTUCKY. 1 They interlock and overlap each other in such a way that the hardest driving rain cr enow cannot sift under them. Won't pulsate or rattle in They'rs also will last as long as the building, and never need repairs. wind-storms. fire-proo- r, Apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. of eggs during the winter. same to be built under the MASTIC PAINT "THE KIND THAT LASTS" musMmmmmm9mmmmmmmmmm MASTIC PAINT is not a new paint it's 40 years old. Not an experiment it's a proven proposition Not an "unknown quantity as to ingredients; the formula is printed on every can. MASTIC PAINT is tead$ to use, and the best to use. It looks best and wears best It lasts longest and is, therefore, the most economical. Testimonials from satisfied users right in your town. Would you like to have them? 40 Years of Reputation Behind It Made by Peaslee-GauIbertCo. INCORPORATED LOUISVILLE, KY. ASK OUR DEALER in your town for book of suggestions and color card. R. E. McROBERTS C& SON. GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven" every day by CHARLIE WHITEMOON, 3729-3- 1 the Cow Boy Herbalist Deep down in every human heart lies a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S medicines, Roots & Herbs. Too lone have the secretsof nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded God's promises. Modern doctors thin! only of operations" & strong drugs, while human suffering & deaths from disease' increase rapidly every vear Health is natural disease unnatural. My years of experience as a Cow-bo- y & among the Indians give fitness & knowledge of the powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured & are me a peculiar 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. I want to PROVE this to the world & to anyone asking, I will mail the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOHERBALIST " blessin?s of Perfe W4 e promptly answered. health your duty demands that you inquiry ' the name of my great TONIC, composed of 16 Roots & Herbs, makes lasts about 3 months, costs only one dollar & is LEGALLY GUARANTEED to satisfv is sold BY DEALERS ? money refunled. IN MEDICINE for the nerves, stomach,, hver, kidneys, bowels, bladder ALL DRUGGISTS & remedy most & blood. A household druggist hasn't got it or won't get it, WILL FILL YOUR UKDc.Kj W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. ?f4ttVat COM-CELSAR- temK0tiDg Y JSWnw' TUERSHER is BODY-BUILDE- R, COM-CEL-SA- R Znnc'Mc.rM'E'SAR JUjTAGE "AID. ifyur I TrMRkLEJZH1r'KE-M00N'- S SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. J! -- and summer, and winter, I love thee the largest nor yet the least; but take my friend. it all in all, men and women, for flocks and herds, for fields and skies, for happy homes and loving hearts, the best Names for "Good Friday." Perhaps no Christian festival has so place outside of Heaven the Good Lord ever made." many names as Good Friday. Our 22,189.127 acres of Kentucky are in Danish forefathers and called It "Long Friday," In allusion farms pf which 14,354,471 are improved to the length of the day's services and The State has more navigable stre fasting: in france it Is "Holy Friday;' ams than other equal area in the Un- in Germany either "Stiller Freltag Quiet Friday) or "Charfreitag." In al tecl States. lusion perhaps to the exhibition of the The average of a farm including its crucifix for adoration after being equipment, is 2,986. The ave.-a.veiled all through Lent In the Greek value of farm land per acre is $21.83. church it has been known at various The corn crop is largest of any '... times as "The Pascba or the Cross," Kentucky and is valued at fifty-si- x "The Preparation. "The Redemption H. T. Logan, Mayor. and "The Day of the Cross." and to million dollars yearly. The value of these names the Latins have added one year's tobacco crop is about thirty Attest: Shelby Mason, Clerk Protem. "The Day of the Lord"s Passion," "The three million dollars. Sixth Holy Day of the Pascha," and There are about 467,000 horses and Uncle Ezra Says. many others. "Good Friday" seems about 207.000 mules in the state Com"It don't take more'n a gilluy effort to be peculiar to the English bined value over sixty.seven million to git folks into a peck of trouble" and dollars. a little neglect of constipation, biliousMuhlenbng county leads the coal ness, indigestion or other liver derangemining counties with an average proPAINT LICK. ment will do the same. If ailing take duction of 2,849'690 tons per year. Dr. King's New Life Pills for 'quick results. Easy, safe, sure, and only 25 Miss Jane Terny left Tuesday to en cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. ter Normal School at Richmond. Mr Jas C. Rucker has returned to Lexington after a visit to his parents. Mrs. B. M. Lear and daughter Miss Alma left forBattle Creek Michigan Tuesday. headache, biliousness, inMiss Bertha King of Berea has redigestion, rheumatism, turned to her home after a visit to Mr And Personal Property. U. M. Burgess. pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc, are all As agents for Jas. L. Neal, we will Mrs. Labon Kirk of Paintsville, is signs of poisons in your on account of his ill health, offer his the guest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. farm and Personal Property for sale on E. C. McWhorter. blood. These poisons the premises on the Lexington pike, Mr. John Wallace of Louisville spent should be driven out, or about 3J miles northeast of Harrods-bur- several days last week with his mother serious illness may result. Kentucky, on Mrs. Susie Wallace. To get rid of them, use Miss Mattie Cabell Woods has enterSATURDAY, SEPT 14th, 1912 ES ed Madison Female Institute at RichThis farm contains about 167 acres of rich. Hemp, Tobacco, Wheat, Corn and mond for the next term. Mrs W. F. Parks and daughter Miss grass land, located 3 miles from 2J miles from burgin and Jessie have gone to Louisville to buy about 4 miles from Shaker Ferry.there-b- y their fall millinery goods. Black-Draug- ht giving access to three different mar Mrs. W. F. Champ and little daughkets and shipping points. This farm is ter of Lancaster have been the guests in the center of Mercer County's Blue of Mrs. W. D. Hammack. the old, reliable, purely Grass section and is entirely surround Messrs. William West and family ed by as good land as the world affords. and Mr. Wm. Wynn, attended the vegetable, liver medicine. Magnificent never failing Springs Methodist conference at Barbourville. near the dwelling, and running branch Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Mr Oscar Parks of Dorchester Va. in field in center of the farm, furnish Spartanburg, S. C, says: guest of his parents here. " I had sick headache, for abundance of running water for the en- has been the Oscar will go to State College from tire place. It has a years. I felt bad most of dwelling, with kitchen and porches, here. the time, I tried Thed-for- d's Mr R. R. Denton and daughter Mrs. Black-Drauggood cottage in yard, 2 large barns, and various outbuildings and a splendid Walker Guyn have returned from a now I feel better than dairy, laid in concrete with running weeks visit to friends and relatives in when I was 16 years old." water passing through. Rue & Curry Cincinnati and Lexington. Your druggist sells it, in Mrs. Wm. Denton and Mr. Salem will show the farm to all comers. 25 cent packages. .Sale begins at 10. o'clock sharp. Wallace of Lexington have been here Terms announced at sale. to see Mrs. H. L. Wallace, and Mrs. Insist on Thedford's Susie Wallace who have both been Rie & Cory, Agents fer J. L Neal. quite sick. Both are better at this T. D. English, Auct Harrodsburg, Ky writing. Anglo-Saxon of the Street Committee and to be built five feet wide with concrete curbing. 8th. Mrs. Zerelda Gully, Bright Herring and V. A. Lear are each of them required to build a Concrete pavement along and in front of their property on Lexington street same to be built with concrete curbing and to be built under the supervision of the Street committee same to be built five feet wide and said concrete to be mixed in accordance with the provisions of this ordinance. 9. G. M. Patterson, William Ball, Mrs. R. L. Elkin and J. A. Amon are each of them required to build a concrete pavement in front of and along the side of their property on Richmond street same to be built out of Concrete with concrete curbing and same to be five feet wide same to be built under the supervision of the street committee and in accordance with the provision of this ordinance. supervisi-tio- n Thoreau to Longfellow. Some Facts About Kentucky. As I love nature, as I love singing Not the oldest nor yet the youngest: birds, and gleaming stubble, and flowing rivers, and morning, and evening, not the richest, or yet the poorest; not I 1-- m Public Sale Of LAND MALARIA r g, .k Har-rodsbu- rg, Bedford's J 1 W ht, A rz"X. ; fit V