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LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 4 1912. 2f33S33 1 I NUMBER 26. I A) ' I I Mr. J. M. Sanders of Marksbury m has purchased of Mr. Henry Arnold his jm store, dwelling house and all appurtenances at Hyattsville Ky. and will take IMS m m 1 SS I possession on January 1st. His son James Sanders will occupy the dwelling and conduct the business. Mr Sanders Good Attendence Nev Exchange. already has three sons in the mercantile m About all the farmers and stock men 111 ad- - business, Roy W. at Nina, Jesse at The Estill Tribune.is a welcome HI of Garrard county who can possibly get Idition to our exchange list. It is pub- - Marksbury and Boone at Hubble. away from tne farm duties are attending lished at Irvine by Grant E. Lily an j the big sales in Stanford this week. Louis Brown Buys Fayette Farm. l&C nYnovianpofl nmircnnnoptnnn .a .j n w& V.1(1JV.,W liV II a'MVfA autp 1Q m HrirrTil- u The attendence is reported as large and , A farm generally known as the Shee-ha- n newsy sheet, and better still is a red the bidding as spirited. farm, located on the Georgetown hot democratic sheet. 1 pike, about four miles from Lexington, Invalids Return. Schools Run Him Out. was sold Saturday to L. H. Brown, 'a? Messrs Sam Haselden and Will Champ X'4 Chief of Police Herron has given up who recently sold his farm near property consists of have returned from Norton's Infirmary The his office and also the Police Courtroom p.bout 100 acres of high grade land, and the Deaconess Hospital in Louisville. to the schools, and has desk room at J Both gentlemen are in splendid conditon IBS' Judge Harris' office. All persons good residence of six or seven rooms considering their severe illness, but ' and several out houses and is considerdesiring to pay taxes will call at the they will each put in several weeks itnl latter place where either Mr. Herron ed a very valuable property. Mr. recuperating before resuming their Brown will move to the property and pi g? as or Judge Harris will wait on them. take full possession January 1, 1913. duties. ' w The price was not made public, as the The Sick. Held To Grand Jury. sale was made privately, but is said to u. Miss Alberta Anderson is suffering be a good figure. Jessamine Journal. Percy Hager who shot and killed his 1 $ i from an attach of tjphoid fever, not brother William Hager on Sunday sXj ' however in a malignant form, we are Revival At Christian Church Closes After September 22nd near Bryantsville, came .. .. glad to state. She is doing nicely anu in to town on Tuesday and surrendered it is hoDed that the disease has about More Than Two Weeks, And Was Prolific to the authorities His examining trial & nflllViATl .... Ir. nnllMd Ml II A.aiUI.4 ..IIUV4UVH 0 XIXL. Wl III! L was held on Thursday before county Of Much Good. is Miss Bessie Prather v is imnroviner. as Judge A. D. Ford, and he was held in -citv and the little daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. The revival at the Christian church the sum of 1000. to await the action closed on Wednesday night, much to of the November grand jury. He gave Albert Ware. g the regret of the entire community. the bond and was released from custody. 11 A' Wheat Sowing. The series of meetings have been in sji! ISl Farmers are busily engaged in sowing progress for more than two weeks and A Thrifty City. heat and the weather is ideal for that have been very successful, about thirty . Mr. J. C. Thompson in remitting for ork. The splendid quality of the crop five persons having united1 with the his Record, takes occasion to give us a church, or j i harvested this year has proven a stimulus The Rev.either by letter beenotherwise. few interesting facts about his adopted Rudy who has conductff? and an acreage is being . .. ... city, San Diego Cal. He says that the IP t IMl a' piauieu tins seaauu. xi. gicai, nmnji ing the meeting was an unusually force3fo tobacco patches are already green with ful speaker, and one who called "a city is growing at the rate of 1100 per !?& rye and barley sown after the tobacco spade a spade" without fear or favor. month and that it is with difficulty that Tmrnnnimnvimi-- z rHraraiiarrHJia adequate school quarters can be providmeans good fall grazing. was cut, this The Truant Officer Will Get You If You ed. They already have 4 fine school the crovd, increase the sales, Gome and buildings with four more in course of Don't Watch Out. Diptheria In County. construction and even with these will The Record has just printed for Sup't. need more, while dwellings aregoingup Especial attention is called to the cirreduce the cost. cular issued by the State Board of Jennie Higgins a bigsupply of delinquent at tha rate of 175 to 200 per month. Health which we reproduce in full in notices which she will at once mail out They are also improving their harbor to &Js this issue of tne Record, and suggest to parents whose children have been the extent of $1,000,000. & that it be given careful attention. This reported as not attending school dread disease has already made its ap-- $ reguiarly. A record is kept of each pearance in this county, in one locality parent to whom one of these notices is it having become necessary to close the sent, and if they do not show reason at Mrs. Eliza Jane Rasnick and Mr. once or start the kiddies to school, a Robert L. Cox secured license on last ki school because of it. warrant will be immediately issued for Thursday and were made man and wife & November 25th We Have It Right This them in compliance with the law so by Rev. O. P. Bush. This is the second $S provided. This means regular venture for both of the contracting Time. $a ' attendence, not one day just to say the parties. Mrs. Rasnick removed to this has made several child has been to schhol. Better put county from eastern Kentucky on the The Record 8?$ ?jv sfikm !.& unsuccessful attempts to herald the them in school and keep them there, first day of last January, she having purchased the W. G. Gooch farm near correct date of Mr. Ed C. Gaines corn where they belong. rCKi vi5S3irKSSSEJJ5i Point Leavell. Mr. Cox is well known show, and by the aid of a calender, .the Garrard County Boy Loses An Eye In here, having resided in the county all Farmer's Almanac and Mr. Gaines, we his life. The "newly weds" will reside "r-- r b 43i ta are now sure that we have it correct. Virginia. A.fc at Point Leavell. The show is to be on county court day I Vt&T Mr. Thompson Arnold Jr. has just re"f'-sNOVEMBER 25th, all other dates Young Men's Bureau. turned from Kelsa Va. where he was published to the contrary called by an injury sustained by a BSIjB-Iaftil'V- Representative Stanley F. Reed, of younger brother Walter Arnold, who is Mason county, has taken charge of the Maaft.frrarxrtwnajwUvts3rfi-rtiwtrjjm.jJjga7ariMiiiii mi mi jLimamaaiMa employed in a saw mill at that place. Young Men's Bureau of the Democratic During the noon hour while in his room State Campaign Committee, and will i4iyoung Arnold became involved in a be actively engaged in enlisting the VJSSs5 friendly scuffle with a friend named support of young men, especially first Coleman when the latter playfully voters, for the Wilson and Marshall struck him with a tightly folded news- ticket. Gibney Oscar Letcher, of Henpaper, the blow cut the ball of young derson, is vice chairman of the bureau. Arnold's eye so badly that he was The members of the bureau are: Sta hastened to a hospi-.a- l in Pittsburg Pa., C. B. Thompson, Covington, where it was necessary to remove the and Elwood Hamilton, Frankfort; First injured eye. The injured eye had been district, K. H. Scott, Paducah; Second, sightless for many years. Tne young Leigh Harris, Henderson; Third, W. V. man was doing wel! after the operation Perry, Russellville; Fourth, Wallace and Mr. Thompson Arnold tells us he Brown, Bardstown; Fifth, Pratt Dale, expects to be out of the hospital within Louisville; Sixth, John J. Howe, a couple of weeks. Seventh, H. S. Breckinridge, Lexington, Eighth, John M. Farra. Fire Preventici Proclamation. Lancaster; Ninth, Sherman Goodpaster. Gov. J. B. McCn?ary has issued a Owingsville; Tenth, John Hopkins. proclamation setting apart October 8th Prestonsburg; Eleventh, Ed Dishman, as a day on which to give special at- Barbourvillej tention to the removal from premises An Attractive Display. of rubbish and all articles that might produce spontaneous combustion, He On last Saturday The Joseph Mersays that the loss in this country every cantile Company celebrated their 6th i year amounts to more than $200,000,000 ms annual Fall Opening which was by far an which might be curtailed to a certain the most excellent display that has extent by proper precaution. Former been given in Lancaster at any previous Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods Gov. August E. Wilson inaugurated time. In addition to their beautiful H fl the idga of setting a day apart op h HH I! feB n display of fall and winter merchandise C3 fl ft a which to clean up premises and Gov. K EiS a 2SJBB 'W fcss were beautiful floral decorations McCreary intends to carry out the idea. there consisting of all sorts of pretty ferns The losses by fire in this country, of and begonias which were arranged in a O insured property total every year to very artistic manner. more than two hundred million dollars, The crowd that attended was the and are largely in excess of that of any W Metals,-Tans- , largest that has been seen at any other civilized nation. There is a loss opening heretofore and it was well which can be curtailed by proper prethat so many of the friends and patrons 55 caution. The large payments by insurM of this concern turned out even though ance companies as well as the enor the weather was unfavorable as each mous personal loss of property which ia and every person who attended was uninsured is an expense which should presented with a handsome bride or be decreased; bridemaid rose while the pretty strains w CRANBERRIES. And Narrow Path of music floated o'er the entire building. CO CELERY Must Walk The Straight may be added in conclusion that It The kiddies who play "hookey" and with their stock is larger than ever before the hunters who expect to hunt merchandise better if that be Our New Line of CO out licence are to be in the same class and their possible, and is sufficiently complete to w now on, both are to have special from accomodate their host of friend3 and officers for their individual benefit. patrons. The truant officers will look after the H uu jfj, former and the game warden the latter. City Notice.. And to make assurance doubly sure, s Taxes, are due. Come in and pay CO Executive Agent Quincy Ward will' throughout them promptly and avoid, the penalty O have several of the latter has just come in. the state with "roving commissions", which goes on in a short time. Wtec O A look will convince you that we can save you money on anything CO that is who will have no' especial field rates will also soon be due and must be H of labor, but will be empowered to ar- paid promptly. Have your money Be sure and try a bottle of our in Ladies ready to wear garments. We buy these lines from the very W rest or indict marauders wherever they ready. The improvements to the Cm may be found. The first duties of streets, the expense of keeping them Momarit brand of best Manufacturers in New York. We take great pleasure in showing these "rovers" will be to inspect coun up and the genera! running expenses of O you through. If we havn't what you want we will order it on approvties where no wardens have yet been the town takes money just the same as W appointed. They will work under sec it takes money to run your business. it for you --in a short time. al ret orders, andlhefr whereabouts will We have taker; advantage of ,the low The best that is made. be known only to Mr Ward. Some of price 01 coal prevalent early m the the pot hunters who expect to slip out season and purchased a sufficient supply and bag a load of game without the to run the water plant through the W formalty of securing a license, or pull- winter. This coal must be paid for. ing one end of a big seine, need hot be My office isnow at the shop of Judge surprised if at the following meeting of E. W. Harris". Call there and settle O CO the grand jury an indictment is return- your water rate and, taxes promptly. I am not there Judge Harris will ed against him and the witness one If HBBUBMMBS9VIHBBMBHHBBBSBVBVBSPBiBVPM3fffMHlESiBBW spooo UBOpuBjg 9SI0H3JFIM. snouretf jo ami ejaidraoo issue a receipt. L. E. Herron. tgC?aBaBBgaBK3 iBBJBBBBKBBSBBjBVJBBVjBBVjBBBBBBlHMi whom he least suspected. MBPWMbwMMBBwWBPJPJWJBMBPJBPMJBM We are glad to be able to report Mrs. ; ijci':cfc,e4ifMccrt ;vrCrfSt'vC"CJvsJwis Krs. Collier Improving. Mr. John M. Sanders Buys Another Store. is i ill uLi ill IIlL u ill t I If marked improvement, and her relatives and friends are hoping for a speedy recovery. Mrs. Collier suffered a stroke of paralysis last week. J. B. Collier as showing The Womans Club met Wednesday rsrrUMiiJMrIr afternoon in the annex of the Christian church with Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird as leader, subject "School Improvement". mi Mrs. Theo Currey read an interesting paper on "How Mothers Should Ad- JED vance the Interest of their Children". Igrfr3r?(iir3imrfrarSf?arrrl fill I 1 Headquarters For The tide is coming, our bus- iness is growing, and we ai e compelled to carry a larger stock of ft ZffJB I J - I I Bry-antsvill- e. WHIT I 1 i UlllLLd 1 I 1 AMD; il is m ggies, Belt Utfifai j v I ... 1 i and Farming Imolements I I TTI i 1 UfiSl The people have found a place where they can get ices. e'ood s:oods at fair svell i 1 nHnnllfi 5 I si jsrajaia i! -- ihci-ease-d 1 A - I a , israi M We are putting in a full line of OUR MOTTO: I Heating and Cooking1 Cox-Rasnic- k. Live and Let Live. II li II I aifali'liJp Lancaster,, i bi i - teat-l- arge, Car-rollto- n; We have received and have on display a complete line of Es-'a- and expect to sell them at rock bottom prices. See me before you buy. DIUV CD J. EOMANS W. o ' gj for fall and winter, comprising all the new styles in Patent Leather, Gun Velvets, Suede. We handle the famous Drew Selby line which is considered the best line of Ladies shoes on the market. We are receiving daily new ship SPECIAL .for this week. and o S Fresh Oysters, o o g o ments in SB li't' S friffi resses Mince Meat and Apple Butter a ail g' 2 -4 Tomato Catsup. TT T -- LOG-AW- Theo. Currey. o o o BwKliBBaBBHBBBSI 10-6-- 3t. t - .Vj- J SSKSBK$S?KH9HSKS-- &00!0a&0& J3SS33S3Ce33C8S3S3333SmSS3D33 Q4&$Q&&&&&&&& :seFS3e&aa9Sid393B6iS( Watch-Clothi- ng ' H-J- L JL JL C- - iZj y iZ3 "f. a & Q 'V i"Wrtiiw.Arfati 0 s s You must be careful with our Clothing purchases if you get the ALL WOOL kind that' will not fade and turn brown. We handle the 5 s a a HART, OVERCOATS line which is guaranteed all wool and the finest Tailoring. SCHAFFNER LET US SHOW YOU K V1 q Q O O ? and SUITS ? $20.00, $22.50, $25.00 and $27.00 THE NEW THINGS. a D 3jgm333g The Central Record GREEN CLAY WALKER. EprroR. Entered at the Post Office Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s to announce We are authorized WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard incorporated. County, subject to the action of the year, democratic partv. $1.00 a Issued Weekly. We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n H. Estes as a candidate for in the first district of Garrard in Lancaster, Ky., county, subject to the action of the Mag-strat- e, J AS. g&a:83X3$& democratic party. and i1 D lX &&GMtQX& i f A jrj X XI. 1 1 House 3 - Of -- Qualify. .- O Ct O O40K&Q&CiCrHCfcKCKCKKl$CK fi"d only at the- "corners. 'On the windy side the tying is closer to the ground than on tho lee side. This is of special heip In spring. Keeping Birds Graded. Be sure to grade your birds according to size as tho weeks pass. When you find that some aro outstripping the others, tako them away and put them with birds of their own size. If you have the feet and have put on legbands,, you will be able to toe-mark- $&&$K0& ss A3 0 'v 3,5?$ ? Member Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., October 4, 1912. 1 We are authorized to announce Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Taylor T. Burdett as a candidate for MagRates For Political Announcements istrate in the second district of GarFor Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 rard county, subject to the action of 10.00 the democratic partv. or County Offices 15.00 For State and District Offices 10 We are authorized to announce Davis For Calls, per line 10 Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate For Cards, per line in the first Magisterial district of GarFor all publications in the interrard county, subject to the action of est of individuals or expresthe democratic party. sion of individual views, per 10 line Illiteracy in Kentucky must cease, or 05 Obituaries, per line at leastjbe reduced to the minimum, and the old state is destined in the near future to take her place among the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. forefront as one of the most enlightenFOR PRESIDENT ed states in the Union. At least such WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey is to be the case if the efforts of the educators of the state do not prove FOR futile. The old adage, that "a bird THOMAS R. MARSHALL, that can sing and won't must be made Of Indiana to sing" is to be put into active pracFor Congress. tice, and the children of school age in HARVEY HELM, Kentucky are to be sent to school, of Lincoln. whether they will or no, and what is much more vital, whether their parFor Commonwealth's Attorney ents will or no. No more "staying at EMMET V. PURYEAR, home to help with the crop" for childof Boyle. ren of school age. No more hookey for the kids. If the children are not in For County Judge. school, the teacher will know the reaWe are authorized to announce Clay- son, then the missing ones will be reton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- ported to the county superintendent, ty Judge of Garrard County subject to who will in turn serve notice on the the action of the democratic party. parent, and unless the child is sent to We are authorized to announce school, not for a day, but regularly, James A. Beazley as a candidate for warrants will be issued and the law apCounty Judge of Garrard county, sub- plied to the fullest extent. The school ject to the action of the Democratic census will be carefully scanned, tab party. will be kept on every child, and the school authorities will see to it that For Sheriff. each and everyone of them are given We are authorized to announce C. A. the benefit of the advantages for which ttobinson as a candidate for Sheriff of the people are taxed, that they receive Garrard County, subject to the action every days schooling that is provided of the Democratic party. for them by law. This is but right. We are authorized to announce There has been too much illiteracy preAshby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff valent in Kentucky in the last decade. of Garrard county, subject to the ac- We boast proudly of our enlightention of the democratic party. ment, of our many famous men, beautiannounce W. ful women and other things of which We are authorized to L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard we are justly proud, and then we fall county, subject to the action of the far below the standard of a great many democratic party-other states in the matter of educa We are authorized to announce W. S. tion. In this aee there is scant excuse Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of for the keeping of children from school. Garrard county, subject to the action Splendid educational facilities are pro- of the Democratic party. y;ded for them, and in the cases of the indigent, even their books are furnishFer Assessor VICE-PRESIDEN- j T. We are authorized to announce Daye money and price, to be had for C Sanders as a candidate for Assessor the taking, without few years ago, men Jhan a of Garrard county subject to the ao now famous jn .our states history worktion of the democratic p&rty. ed hard for, did farm chores, burned We are authorized to announce Mr. the midnight oil, did the hardest kind R R Rav as a candidate for the Nomi nation of Assessor of Garrard County, of manual labor in order that they subject to the action of the democratic might earn sufficient tto .enable them to party. secure an .education not so thorough announce J. B. by half as js to be had now jn pur We are authorized to Collier as a candidate for the nomina splendid free institutions for the mere 1 ed free. Better facilities without party. tion for assessor of Garrard county, j asking. subject to the action of the democratic We do not believe We ar authorized to announce L. Huffman for a candidate for assessor of Garrard eounty subject to he action of the Democratic party. W, tba$ there is a Jennie Higgins as a candidate for School Superintendant for .Garrard county, subject to the action .of the Democratic party. For Fir SdioI StperintendasL We are authorized to announce Miss l&c. We are authorized to aeoounce Jack' Adams as a candidate for J&Uer of Gar--' rard county, subjeet to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Dawe Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Fer Magistrate. Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. are authorizes to announce John N. White as a candidate for We. family in Garrand co.urjty jn this pres.-en- jt prosperous time who are compelled to depriye hejr .children of schqoling because of the fact .that their services are absolutejy "necessary at home. We Say.es Leg Of Boy. believe ha the new compulsory education law is a goo.d one, and we hope old boy "It seenied that my andbeUeue fchatjjt wl be apprcig.te.d would have to lose his leg, on account by the parents s the sjate and county of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad bruise, '' and that they wjil heartily wrote D. F. Howard, Aquone, N. C. with the school authorities jm .their ef- "All remedies and "doctors treatment forts ito, enforce ,it. faijed till we tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and cured him with one box." The signs .of the .times indicate ft, .duxes burns, boils, skin eruptions, every ttiiqg points in that.dirgctjqn and piles. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. we firmly believe jjhat Gqv. Woodrow Wilson wiill be elected president of Tjhe .Card 'United Stages B;t the coming Nqvemder election. But viewing the matter I wish to thank my host of friend in ealmiy from an unbiased .standpoint, .(jjarrard .County and ,els.e where who the "Sail Moose" sentiment seems Vo .helped rrje so faihfully jto secure .the be on the wane, many thee ai;e wljp handsome piano offered .by the Record believe that considerable of the and Becker Ballard Co. was with strength will go to the their help jt&af j was able to win and I democratic nominee. But the republican shall never forget jthejr kindness and voter is muchly given to hanging round with greatest thanks to every one pf the door of the Log Cabin, and too them. Osa Coulter 14-ye- ar ae jpra-gressive much confidence cannot be placed in PREVENTION OF DIPHTHERIA. those who have followed the Progressive movement for a while, then becoming Circular Issued By The State Board Of tired and seeking other quarters, going over to the democratic side of the Health Of Kentucky. house, many of them may and doubtless will do this, but a graat many of them To the health Officials, Physicians and will return to thfir first love. People of Kentucky: In view of this state of affairs, The unusual prevalence of diphtheria overconfidence upon the part of the in many sections of the State makes it democrats of the country is a very poor the duty of this Board to again call atasset, More men have been beaten be- tention to the best known methods of cause of their over confidence than preventing the occurence and spread of those who were doubtful and ran the this disease. race for all there was in it. A true 1. Diphtheria is both contagious and saying is "that a scared dog runs the and is distinctly a prevenbest race", and if the followers of Gov. infectious, table disease, being easily limited to Wilson will adopt the tactice of the scared dog, it will make the race all the first case or cases. When it gets away from the primary cases and the more sure. escape upon the community Politics are curious and ever changing makes its somebody is to blame. The sooner we and one can never tell just what may accept this as a sanitary maxim the turn up. In the outset Roosevelt sooner we shall begin to do our duties seemed to have the republican side of as individuals and communities. it all his own way, but over confidence 2. On account of its frequency and is likely to prove his undoing, his fatality this disease is of far more imutterances, are beginning to prove portance to the people of Kentucky boomerangs and his strength iswaning, than smallpox, yellow fever or cholera. where this strength will go, can not be 3. When a child has sore throat, foretold, but it is incumbent upon every and especially if diphtheria is in the democrat to put forth his every efTprt neighborhood, it should be immediately in behalf of his own candidate, to not ; separated from other children until a depend upon the divided condition of competent physian has seen it and dethe republican party, but on the other cided whether or not it is affected with hand do everything possible toward a contagious disease. more strongly cementing his own. Help 4. If diphtheria, str'ctly isolate the the campaign fund along. This is a case at once, in an up stairs room if campaign which is financed by the peo- possible, and as disconnected as practiple, be "one of the people". cable from the living and sleeping apartments of other children. No one The calling together of the democratic except the physician and nurse should editors of the state in conference in enter the room, and they should take Louisville was a piece of courteous every precaution not to carry the inconduct upon the part of Mr. Camden, fection to others. 5. The board urges the hypodera courtesy which has heretofore been matic use of a standard antitoxin, such overlooked by Kentuck politicians, but when viewed in the proper light, it was as Alexander's, in at least 5,000-unbut a common piece of justice. Who doses, as soon as the disease is recogdoes more to promote the welfare of nized or seriously suspected, and that the democratic party in this or any this dose should be repeated or doubled other state than the editors of the within twelve hours unless marked imdemocratic papers. Until Mr. Camden provement has taken place. If case is hours took the initiative, the editor was seen after the first twenty-fou- r ignored, so long as he supported the use from 7 to 25000 units the first dose, democratic nominees through the depending opon severity. It recomcolumns of his paper, he was considered mends that immunizing doses of 1000 as only doing his duty, and when all units be used for all children, and eswas over received but scant thanks for pecially for all inexperienced relatives acting as nurses who have been serihis services. The keynote of Mr. Camden's speech, ously exposed. the principal message which he bore to 6. Placard the house, and keep all the editors assembled, about sixty in other children, all having the care of number, representative newspaper men children, and all who go where children from all over th& state, was the necessity are, away from it. Notify the health of assisting the campaign fund, and officer of the town or county within hours, as the law requires, surely no one realized better than John twenty-fou- r and he will with the physiCamden, Chairman of the campaign Com cian and family to keep the disease mittee, that the most essential assistance to be obtained in to in the money raising from spreading. 7. The discharges from the mouth effort was the hearty cooperation of the state press, the medium by which the and nose, which especially contain the urgent necessity will be voiced to the germs of the disease, should be receivpeople who are so nobly assisting in the ed on soft cloths and burned, and other discharges should be disinfected, and raising of the popular fund. The newspaper man is hnman, he all refuse from the sick room burned. appreciates recognition as well as his All utensils used in feeding the sick more pretentious neighbor, and not one should hi washed separately from other of the press boys but will voice the dishes, and should remain soms time in appreciation of the courtesy and kindly boiling water. 8. Disinfect all bed and body clothCamden in forethought of Mr. inaugurating the cust on of calling them ing, and other like things, as soon as removed, by immersion for at least six into the party councils. Already doing everything within their hours in a solution of chloride of lime, power to further the interests of the four ounces to the gallon of wat r. democratic ticket, if such a thing be They may then be wrung out and put however, possible, Mr. Camden's conference will in the wash. Remember, serve to stimulate and cause them to that no disinfectant in the occupied become even more zealous in the good sick room can do away with the necessity for abundant fresh air and suncause. it ledges, woodwork, etc., washed with strong soap and rinsed with a disinfecting solution. 11. In case of death, the body should be wrapped in a sheet saturated in a disinfecting solution and buried without public service. In giving notice of death newspapers should state that it was from diphtheria, and that children, and those having the care of children, should not attend the funeral. 12. To be effective the precautions herein suggested should be rigidly observed. Imperfect isolation and disinfection are worse than useless, giving rise only to a false and misleading sensd of security. 13. County and municipal boards of health have full authority under our laws to enforce these rules, and will fall short of their duty if they fail to n vjaHssSir:' af-- A s,CTk-c-- V 3 tQJ & I M0r J fs: " B w. w9r every yar to joultry and hog 3 raisers. Last ear Utoosaads of vt K!LL!0HS0F a.-si-J ch-Ie- DOLLYS Hofjs i Pssulfry C& . k ' ami oilter dhcesas 9 were savc.i from ra R dunnK use but weather by ue tue et R S lbs Sgl-.- W Creates! i "sjicra PrcwsSre Xamn tell the facts regarding them at any time. Here is where the value of records comes In. Keep an accurate record of every hatch, and then grade the birds without having to feel that If you miz them up you will not be able to tell them again when you want to know certain things about them. C .. &&&m&2f3i3r W . ebora. hot dofi't otf . r - uw k t mem J row n.. .ed with fal i r rwiiit3 tin j of the trfwi. iV- the i unuiiiK-ykcv- l wotfe-iia Prevents aid eurcn cholera with the food ordrmfc. ajKlothcrsr-m-jwajthgetic- to tho Sfsun. o." Arrangements have been perfected under which county or city boards of health may prQcure Alexander's antitoxin at wholesale prices through this Board. A constant supply of fresh antitoxin is always on hand at Bowling Green. Details furnished upon application. Copies of this circular, and of similar ones in regard to scarlet and typhoid fever and consumption, for free distribution, may be had upon application to the Board at Bowling Green. By order of the Board. WILLIAM BAILEY, M. D., President. J. N. McCORMACK, M. D., Secretary. HOT WEATHER POULTRY CARE Remove Every Window and Substitute Wire Netting for Ventilation of Hen House. do so. 14. Di'tal cc w an J ami ano:!.t.r for .. ea-- or n- raor atocK The contented and happy hen is the RESORftiXE laying hen. Our uarant"i r tvap.1 f vr Ring Bosee. Sfwvine SpLi4 or a y bony emarexBenls. Round pebbles will not do for rough THE H0YAL DJSTJlsynNC CO. (Sac.: edges to grind the grain. Sarilrr.crs, Ra, U. 5. A. ro.-- saio by A writer recommends boiled rico for diarrhea in young turks. Imitate nature as closely as possible C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. and your turkey crop will pay cut. Agents wanted in other towns. Eggs should always be protected from tho hot sun while being taken to market. Windows should now be out of the poultry house and wire netting tacked CsX-St- n- Sivp. Written to mr . o - kinj Nw Cv .w tU'' !c is x. t i. - lc. fr's iy .1 i T Footing a. . packed in up. taw cu.JiCtfce rs al S? t bv or Jh -. :o TsSJ 1 inal ii. n tojtner with ad Poultry,i'a laeludias or U HsmetHes. in HoraCa.tk-- . .jfi'; & l lrz d huok. Ht"1 fre ! to keep a flock in good condition in the summer, but absolute neglect will often completely destroy the winter qualities of not only the old hens, but the pullets as well. If you have not removed every window in the chicken house and substituted wire netting, in order to provide perfect ventilation, do so at once. Better that the chicks roost in the trees than that they be confined in a vermin-riddebuilding. Body lice will worry a flock to death, or so nearly so as to destroy its usefulness. These can be killed, but not easily. Good insect powder will do the business. It should bo applied with a powder spray by one person, while another holds the fowls by the legs so that the powder may reach every part of the skin through the disturbed feathers. g It does not require much hard work n itable sent to market. Whether kept for hatching or market eggs ought to be kept free from any form of moisture. When eggs are soft shelled the hens are either too fat or do not get enough mineral matter ir! their feed. Don't neglect tho water supply as plenty of water helps to keep the hens in good laying condition. A safe rule to follow in chick feeding is to give them just as much as they will clean up nicely at each feed. Th incubator Is no longer an experiment, and tho demand for poultry products suggests its more general use. The "utility" their places. A floorless brood coop on clean, dry ground is better than one with u board floor in it. The average hen outlives her usefulness in two years, and is more prof-In 3PS3 f 1 f1P581 siass W BEAZLEY and Embalmeri, Residence Phane; J jA Funeral Director A 3 V bfrd is one that is not without its faults, but it is often from Office Phone 31. a good strain, heJico has its own economic values. One feeding rulto i3 to give the hens half as much as they will eat of a morning, nothing)' at noon and a full meal at night. LANCASTER. KY. yesterday just for a joke. "Wow Pretty jancommon sort of Small Pen In Town Is Absolutely Not joke. Sow Oh, I don't know. He was Suitable for Rearing Meat For editor of a funny paper. Judge. Christmas Dinner. TURKEYS NEED LARGE RANGE For those persons in town who are thinking of raising a turkey or two in their back yards there is trouble in store. The back yard or pen is not the place for a bird which refuses to be domesticated, W. A. Lippincott, head of the poultry department at the Kansas Agricultural college, says. The farm is the place to raise turkeys. They must have a good range. During the first few months it is better to give them no grain, but let them forage and eat bugs. If small turkeys are cared for in this way, the fatality This is It. Bow A chap gave me some money JFrult and Shade Irees Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses-Peonies- , When spraying, if showers come and wash off the poison, spray those trees a second time. off and Phlox. f light. it 9. The isolation of the patient should continue for ten days after all trace of the disease has disaapeared, and until he has nad a disinfecting bath and been clad in garments which have not been in the sick room. No person from a honse where there is diphtheria should be permitted to go into public assemblies, and no child from a house where this disease has prevailed should be allowed to attend school without a certificate from the health officer that it is safe to do so. 10. After complete recovery, or death, always thoroughly disinfect the room and its contents, preferably with nascent formaldehyde, or where this is not available, by burning three pounds of sulphur, moistened with alcohol, for each l.Qyo cubic feet of space, previously stopping all openings, and dampening the floor, bedding and cloth ing ana leavjijg me. room tigntly closed for twelve hours. The room should than be thoroughly ventilated, and all J In setting out strawberries pinch Everything for Orchard, Lawn and most of the leaves and the plants will take hold better. The city dealer profits by the lazi- Garden. Our prices may interest you ness of the grower by grading and repacking his badly assorted fruit. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. It is a good plan to mow off the will be much less. tops of the strawberry plants within Professor Lippincott suggests that a week after the fruiting season 13 yor. let some farmer take your young over. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons, turkeys and rear them. You might arSpray your trees whether they have range to pay a little rent to a farmer a crop or not. Spraying in off years is Lexington, Kentucky. for allowing your birds to roam in his just as important as In years of heavy pastures. Then, along about Thanks- crops, giving, all you have to do is to go out A yearling tree is preferred by many and harvest your turkey. to older trees. They are thought to be safer to transplant than SHADE FOR CHICKEN COOPS trees. Many growers say that weeds are as Shelter Is Provided by Means of Sail valuable as fertilizers as clover and cow peas if they are turned under Cioth Where Trees or Bushes Are every year. Found Scarce. If you believe that you have scale By means of a sail cloth, duck, or in your orchard, do not wait a day to factory cotton curtain shade may easi- have an expert examine the trees, and ly be supplied chickens where there then fight for their lives. That corky old. apple, the Ben Daare no trees or bushes. In such a case vis, holds a high prlco in tho vcity BOURBON REMEDY CO.. markets because Its fine appearance Lexlsston, Ky. deceives the ignorant buyer. ' Enclosed fiad photo of hosr that was eared of One of the surest ways to keep cholera with your Bouxbon Hoz Cholera Remedy. This hoff was almost down weeds in the strawberry field the medicine, and then was dead before nslosr entirely cured, exis to cut off all tie runners until July cept los3 of ears. tail. etc. The hog is owned by Mr. Stiles Ewlnr. of Bowline Green. Ky. Ho 1, to allow close cultivation. will be clad to give you a testimonial, rind we In picking sti awberries it should can set several more if yon want them. Shading Chicken Coop. DRUG CO.. be borne in mirtl that bruised fruit Bowllaz Green. Ky. t shipping. A careless as illustrated herewith the stakes are, will not stand Ask Your Druggist for It. al.out 2 feet long, "and driven 4 to 6 picker has no pace in a strawberry w V Sold by HASELDON BROS. Inches in the ground. The curtain is field. S I. L HERE'STHEHOG two-year-o- ld I JENKINS-SUBLET- Z. & ; 1 "9 Ay 'v -- ", aSStfjimsml 55Cii5at Pi ' i2fm&l PS mmmmmssf li We are offering W ft &g3 SI y If you dont buy your coal from us before prices advance again. GENUINE STRAIGHT CREEK COAL at summer prices. When you do fall seeding, buy the best of seed. :etst2 Think of it and act quickly. E -- We have them. WHEAT, BARLEY, RYE, and TIMOTHY SEED fegaaBagaaBiSsggaBasaatfa ggsaggg WHY IT SUCCEEDS -- "BSPW win ii'iniiWw XT i FL lym HE3B" fMinii'niii 'iroa Jv&SSLSBi gszzs K3 Phone 26. Lancaster, Kentucky. SE$SSI3228S?2 Q&i &&&&&& &gw I SPEAR GOOD ENOUGH FOR KIM One Experience With White Man's Weapon Was Enough for African Native. When Mr. Montague, the English traveler, was in Africa, he gave to a gun, and native an old the fellow was delighted. He put in a small handful of powder, and about a quarter of a newspaper on top of it, and finally a ball, and then rammed the whole charge down. Then he departed. In the evening he returned with his face battered and swollen al most beyond recognition. "What have you been doing?" asked the EngJish mnn. in amazement. Th native sat d(?wn on the ground and fully: "A little after noon I found the track of elands, and I followed it un til I found them feeding. I crept up to one of them. He was twenty yards I rested the barrel of the away. gun on a stone, placed the butt against my nose, directed the muzzle toward the eland, and pulled the trig ger I do not know what happened for I was blind and deaf for some time, but when 1 came to I found my self lying at the bottom of the gully The gun was beside me. my face was as you now see it. and the elands had gone away Son or a white man. it single-barreled &&&&&&&&& (&&M3MU&2 6 TH! Capita! NATIONAL OF LANCASTER. ANil Because It's for One Thing Only, and Lancaster People Appreciate This Id fit IIre Drawn lunasten v !H 2 i 1 $50000. Ass't Cashier. Surplus $30,000. Pratt. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Embry, Nothing can be good for everything. Doing one thing well brings success Doan's Kidney Pills are for one thing only. sit .rrw.,.cT.-- r I . u? a rcsn W h Maura nmrs. ii kl US r i J. L. GiLL, Book-Keepe- r. For weak and disordered kidneys. Here is reliable evidence of their worth. Mis. A. Camden, Rowland, Kv.,says Safat I El . B. F. HUDSON, t Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samnal D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Danny. J- - L. Gill. Dr. W. H. Elliott. Directors. President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vco P. est. , ORGANISED 1SS3. : tSjSfe Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. JJ t (I CAPITAL $$0,000. W. SURPLUS $35,000. W. F. C&, Cashier. 0. Riskby. AaBt Cuh'r. J. J. Walker, Js., Book-Keepe- r. 4m account: Round "I said to her: T am very glad to Round Business Solicited Trip Mrs. Tom Christopher is quite sick have you like my hair, but I am Bui! Might Object. Trip sorry to hear you use the word with heart trouble. The person who advises you to tako " Lippincotfs. 4 J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. W&Uccr, T. H. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs the bull by the horns never seems to Mr. Will Ingles of Ilazzard is the 'ain't!' be cons'dering what the bull might Levis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. 15 guest of Miss Jennie Ison. SPECIAL TRAIN k be doing in the meantime. New and Novel. The meeting at the Presbyterian "I've got a ripping idea for a movli church closed Sunday night. Texas is the guest of ing picture film. Something absoluteMrs. Abbott of ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. ly new and novel." her sister, Mrs. Barnett and other man- "What is it?" asked the excited SP3SifcfeLa&iEfc&&ira SZZSEK2S2SZZ3 relatives. ager. ft', v tVBmBiZMi!sn.xAJXVf!LusvJKt-xrxuMiss Lucrct'a Skinner spent Sunday Let us have a scene showing a in Lancaster, the guest of Mrs. Bastin young woman doing the housework Having bought a small tract of land while her mother is strumming the and daughter. a and in order to pay cash for same, I piano or manicuring her nails." Mr. and Mrs. James Christopher v IHKvrc v.j&. a; trwill on a Jfjsspent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Myces She Wanted Him. 81 11 THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 1912. near Dam die. "Mr. Timmid has asked if he might &hh Campbell of Mercer, has been call tonight. I think he wants to tell offer all my brood mares, mules, Jacks Miss her aunts Mesdame3 Hackley me that he loves me," said Miss Yern-e- and Jennets consisting of 18 mule visiting and Hamilton. mares, including a good Clydes Mare "Oh," replied ber sister, "that goes that has had nine straight mule colts, Mr John Christopher and wife of 8 selling from weanlings to 4 year old Fayette Co. have been visiting Mr. without saying." "Yes, and I'm afraid that he will, for over $1,800 besides the present colt, Christopher's parents. , Lart as loac as tK: buildka, ac er zertL rends tsver .iced any attcsdes, except cs too." Catholic Standard and Times. work mules; a good No 1 sugar colt;-13 cccaMonal coat ol itaaCt. list thctL'TWIsr cli IjadscS nn:ry ouutum. Dr. Cheek of Danville filled the pulpit! Office Citizens National Bank. Lancaster, Kentucky 11 yearling mules; 10 Jennets by noted J Hor.Jwrteinczpsniiec. CaobelKdr''tcvervc3rhtaclswiihoutd:r.orbolher.) & at the Presbyterian eh irch Su day. No End In Sight. A.'.g .'! i'3 sires, such as Hixs Great Easters, he Apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia He was accompamed by Miss Kircamp "We havo now the by Imp Tax Payer and Big Light that a musician of Louisville, who added sold at Sweetwater, Tenn., for $1,800. "And soon we'll havo the greatly to the music of the service. All are blacks except two good greys, ! , M. .. ..-- ., J. L Miss Lula Grpham second daughter of "And after that?" ageing from 4 to 12 years old. all i iTiammuLH Mr. and Mrs. W. H. GrahaM died at "Oh, the international game of bluff breeders. Three black Jacks, one 3 DOLLARS THIGHS 0? her home near here last Friday after will be cheerfully continued." year old, 1G hands high, by the Tucker evtrv vear to noaltrv and hoe1 several weeks illness of typhoid fever. j raisers. Last year thousands of Jack that sold for SI, 200 prompt and A The family has the sympathy of the S" ir"9- Ty ItJr i! GOT $1,000 A NIGHT. 2 year old prompt black The Dry Fall Outing To Kentucky's 1 1 breeder; one r Hogs Poultry Funeaal services entire community. 8i S were saved from cholera and other diseases Jack, big bone, 15 hands high by were conducted by Rev. H. J. Tomlin-soby the use of 3 durine the hot Harbisons big Jack, dam by Tevis EmGreat Subteranean Wonder, Or 200 We. as your choicest tob-iccI:no', are ia the i3? peror, by Gov. Wood; one 7 year old 2 n C? (brands of Strcter Bros. Branch, and you knovx that nt.body grows Jack by King Grant, good breeder, 1 wii-s- ut Miles Under Ground Wednes-- n 1 MAKES PIMPLES GO" You k;:ovr how we tnauuiV.ctnre, so 6 Delter tobrcco than you yearling Clyde Mare rpgistered, 1 regyou l:now that these brands are perfection. Ko-.- we vlnt yoa to istered 6 year old stallion by Gambetta day, Oct. 16. help .is ;ell these brands this yeareven lettcr than our best Piemarkable Kow Zemo Clears the Face Wilks out of dam of 4 with records t Tiic Creates! Choirs Preventive Known fore my eyes and my head pained me until 1 was almost crazy. A neighbor told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and i got a box. I took them according to liiections and they heliwd me from the A Modern Maid of Athens. irst. My system is now as free from A little Boston girl, with exquisitely iidney complaint as if I had never had long golden curls and quite an angelic appearance in general, came In from it." For sale by all dealers. Pi ice 50 cts. an afternoon walk with her nurse, and n Co.. Buffalo, KewYoik, and to her mother: "Oh, mamma, a strange woman on the street said .TO.,t0 W lW,, UwWilM rnv tii fTmtnd StntPs., w..w. H..-.- v h.ll and to me: 'Mm, but ain't you got beauti- was very kind of you to give me a Remember the name Doan's ful hair!" gun, but U Is too good a gun for me take no otaer. The mother smiled, for the compli- too strong, too powerful. It needs ment was well merited, but she gasped the wisdom of a white man to rule as the child innocently continued her it Take it back Farewell!" RHE5NA VISTA Foster-Milburi I V began using Doan's Kidney Tills about two years ago I was suffering intensely irom kidney complaint. When I stooped 1 could hardly straighten unless someone gave me assistance. Daik spots often floated be- "At the time 4mjhiie 8 1 FORTY Candle Power. TTon.l 1 0 0 0 Very brilliant strontj and lasting. r cu:ii in '" jcuio in uiu aiuic. oim :.. use, giving a penecc. clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong ' light. u" , ,. . J said.-sorro- w 1 STORMES DH'JG STORE 1 e0 rjrm-tzr- j-- a8'S rrirrrirr,T 3'''?ve &&&&&1& 8 rx7rKr.-r- , KfBFrcy T.yarsMftSBgaggy? SPECIAL EXCURSION CINCINNATI &MD RE Syruday3 Oct 6th ;S!ZE2&GS2E2323 $ ES. rem&wi-CT- i i pS,' .50 Prompt Attention. 1 C''V-II 4 lie-im-"?m&;$mm.rMim Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5s35 a.m. v I Public Sale. ---- S- .--. -- ! ,., . jTOfP o ifmm mm m iUMU r. WITH is-rc- cj 5 P. P. super-dread-naught- ." zr ..j" fc&Gi H-fitit- FR1SBIE. - t." Barley Tobacco Growers itr Uo. UUi V'W - i and s yu o r,. ave !s.iiT?;T.o7 m "" iQStS V ??-- and n. I I d. ? -- previous -- ors. TLc reasons you should so help ere as follows: iL3L-i- Yea Are Fart Owner & The fact taat yon srr&w tbs tobacco raa?-you purt owutrct ; t'!t se brands, livery tune that one it lis jo piofil. j5 cry wort! thai sa :n favor of any vps to. increase ihosc s!e.. Every se that t:rud Rjahe u sbuv for your own nur profits b tttr. All t' . ..J ot.rt ...o lascrets our :i! mw1u in ISscse SiVfj.1 tobactus. It is lgic that you should bend all of our cfiorts, Lowtvcr btnall. in the selling. s 11 ju Smokers av& chewers fiock to brands :hat t.'t." nee the irwt peo, le buvin. ; .Ct"0 tisr". jni''ivet!y male more. Out t'n m for btfait-- Lros.' Srancb Brands V..Q brands that you grow for byus.ngth.jebrauJsyourM.lf. 40,-00r Of Pimples And All Other Blemishes. 0 With the finger tips apply a little Zemo to the skin, then see the pimples and blackheads vanish. Zemo is a liquid, not a smear, leaves no trace, just simply sinks in and does the work. You will be astonished to find how quickly eczema, rash, dandruff, itch, liver spots, salt rheim and all other skin diseases are cured. Zemo is put up by the E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is regularly sold by all druggists at 1 for the large bottles, but you can get a liberal size trial bottle for only 25 cents She Every tiiie Screecher, the And this trial bottle is guaranteed. You surely wijl find Zemo a wonder. grand opera tencr, gets a sore throat Get a bottle from R. E. McRoberts & it. costs him a thousand dollars. He Gee! His throat must bo as Son Drug Store. big as a giraffe's. "ft-i- Tell Every Friend Tell Tr'! your friertlii..' Jhec thttn what you now it the tobutco. Tell lutm you grow it':.d i.uous nud chtzo it yottrvclf. so vou tiutw. Tell them it br-i's- . T.-.t- 1 comes fwin of know tnerifh-stlliirli.yseotitiR- K-nt- iic! v, from e the m The United Power of 40,000 Buyers these brands when they buy tobacco there results a gigantic sale. Act! big sales are the best advertising known. 40,000 n:en in a section wield an enormous buying influence. If all ak for enter from 2:19 to 2:22 2 One 3 year old Chestnut Horse, 151 hands; one 5 year old combined horse; one 2 year old filly; two 2 year old colts; 1 yearling colt; 1 coming 2 year old Shetland filly, broke, very kind, a grand individual, white and brown clouded, a handsome pony by Cecils Shetland, Danville, Kentucky. Fifteen high grade yearling cattle, weight about 850 to 900 pounds; 5 light 1-- Prevents and cares tno cholera, but don't I at it oir urtil they keel over. Givo it to them now muni with food the workit regulatesbowels, ings of the them- - it's the cr am of jour crops and that they can buy thc-- brands from rs Know mot any dealer, because dt-a- 4 K v that these brands are tha bet.t iftcy can buy. Burley crc"crs shcuia be Hutie7 Boos!ers end tao best way to L.oo.t U to BUY Hurley . VOUa OWN BSANDS-YOURSELr Dealers throughout the United Strtos l.aow these famous tobacco1;. rs They are uopuiar Oram's. They rre Iieloin? these prosper. They are made from the pick of t ic famous crops of 40,000 grower.. dealers to s is boosting thon II. " are all of their friend'. This methedis Kvery one of these a brands. Are they wor.injf for j brinsins the profits to dealers to those w ' . CC ' N GLOVV-PniN- KY POS- T- FULL PAY. Here are lie mild. frecractio!cinS Y'S .v-- 3Y JOE WORK Here ore the delicious chewing h' a. T . . i'ET.'S NATURAL LEAr. T ON THE SQUARE-TORCII- L'" Put them into ycur steel:. Sec Lo Uiey sclL To Dealers! Ixatton-wmesel- Rro-.vcr- o ;a2J!EEffiSZ5aSiZSS3SH3SirStJa5 Iahd TWIST-CUP-DA- khllugh ....... u YVI CURB the LUNGS Ifl STR.? ZTi DROS. CO TOSACCO COMPANY SRANCH (2) BUSLEY TC-AC- COMPANY, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. Rn Pg RE S tiCQUS genu Z3 w y.t, i' MiHf --- "" rt 'iTff ft tcjww. rzr-v- f v-t-.. .. nmwnmi'i)iiMi i m'l A.n,i-.- ?tittrttr?r7Kxr FOR ATTENTION. If Progressive you should know and bank with a Growing V 'ouchs ,JUZJ& Trial uotue Frcei ,EQrrsv v AND ALL THROAT AP5D LUNG TROUBLES. Institution. Report of the condition of Igttarantesb SATISPACTOBT 8 OE 32C1TES" SS2TUIIDED. raisagratwararaErareBEg'TM pn GarrardBank&TrustCo at the close of business September 4lh, 1912. t 123,010 Loans KcPervo Cash, cash Items and due CJSW5H2 from flanks . WJ U" Current Expense 8,000(0 Banking House Furniture and Fixture fi.fcOO 00 Including safety vaclt 3.432 65 Overdrafts (Sec & U See) Jl&VJJl 31 Total Assetts 0-- J RESOURCES LIABILITIES. $ Capital Surplus U. Profits Deposits ... Bills I'irjnule. Tax Resene Total 50.MX) 00 1,500110 l.t'tl .C hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20 minutes. T My doctor could nothelnt . V2 x me, dui l was completely curea1 .oy ,- S very weak. left me with a frightful couch and I had spells when I could 102,800 78 lO.OU) 00 319 00 lti0.20I 84 New Oissbvery Mrs. 50c AND Attest: J. W. ELMORE, Cashier. J. E. Cox, Joliet, $1.00 111. AT ALL DRUGGISTS. yearling cattle: 9 weanling calves; 4 heifers; 4 steers. 175 hogs consisting of 150 fat and 25 gilts and Boars will be sold as breeders, single eligible to register, these pigs are sired by third prize winner at Kentucky State Fair in 1910, and fulli brother to Pals Colonel,. Sweepstake winner in 1911 ?,nd spld. for 8250.00. Also being by King of Col., Jr., he is a half brother to Defender that sold to Mr. Mays of Springfield, Ky., for Why yill They? S500.00 and considered the best red hog "Ill from earlijg ptomaines.' Myl in Kentucky, or south of Ohio river. How that headline clings. Say, T often wonder why The dams of these pigs I bought in People eat suc'n things. Ohio at a round price most of which Fruit trace direct to in three crosses to An Overflow. Chief who sold for S3500. when shelf Orion "What became lof that five-foyoung and 605. at 9 years old. Also of yours?" sow that topped McKee l. one litter out of "Tore it down," replied Farmer "Why, I couldn't get the de- Bros last sale, also a winner at partment of agriculture's publications Bluegrass Fair in 1911. My herd boar Asparaby King of Colonel Jr., 1 yearling boar for six months in that space."- - . by Colonel Jack. Col. Jack bred by Iva Jackson of Ohio the only breeder ever A Fa nlly Jar. get mi jch of a man." snarl- sold a herd of Durocs for S10.000. "I'didn't 23 good high grade ewes and 1 buck ed the wife. "Well, you woijldn't expect a first one 6 horse power Hagan gasoline engine class man to pick .you out, woul.l you?" in good repair; INo. 16 Ohio feed cutter was the gentleman's comeback. and elevator will cut 40 tons of porn per And then the rc'w was on full blast day, endless apron feed. Everything Everything for Orchard, Lawn and ' " u advertised will be put up and sold, no May Have tBeen Stung. on day Garden. Our prices may interest you "Pa, what's the, difference between reserves. TERMS made known Sale to begin promptly at 10 of sale. an egg man and a yeggman?" No Agts. "Sometimes, my son, the only dif- o'clock. 1 faun, colored Jersey cow Write for free Catalogue. i ference is that one is spelled with a fresh, 3rd calf will be sold on trial a y' and the other without" No. I milk and Butter cow out of a dam 'rated at 300. and sired by Col. Ed 'Gaithner's registered bull. i It Depends. H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sonsj; ' "Do you think I, could touch Guy for G. H. RUBLE. a loan of an X qr two?" Lexington, Kentucky. 1 A. T. Scott, Auct Buena Vista, Ky. "Not if he's a Tlse Guy." t Arranged for private and select parties, home people and their visitors. River low, echo grand, and1 cave dry. The time to see Mam--1 moth Cave when at its best. Round-tri- p railroad fare $5.65 from Lancaster and all way stations on regular train 5:15 a. m. Board at Cave Hotel from arrival for supper until after breakfast moming of j the third day, also including the two trips through the cave for $6.50. Limit on ticket 10 days. Write or phone L. & N. Agent. chctars and other Terms which set into the system With the food ortlrink. Fovfdcp A Gsl-SSn- o ami nt coth r fo boss, packed in r "3 caVt dry up. Ujso knocks top Pcuitry comj i o nor . It Li all raeulcico anil gii.irrnteed too. Written t3 Lo uanrttooil and given free to live stock owner, our 60 pair illustrated book, by our to know and consul tinsr Veterinarian, showinir how to cure diseases ui Horses. Cattle. Sheen. Sw re and Poultry, together with over 11 Cal-C.n- o Remedies, including Our ctnranteed remeoy for Ring Bono. Spavins nlmei or aay bony enlargements. H afj io Toil RESORBME . . THE EOYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) Baltimore, ma, u. s. A. JJ'Al. 'V..gJl cr saio by wtmsmmmmtm C. & J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. Agents wanted in other towns. and Shade Trees ot Corn-tosse- Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, gus, Rhubarb, Roses Peonies, and Phlox. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embarmer fflce J M' r Phone 31. Residence PKbnej LANCASTER. KY. .t SSL?.; v-- s$!!5SS"l?sf?S3'" . v. 10 PHyyUkABwj 1st JJEe-?WiI-T'v- T I p &)( yg I v ffl S i 1 111 ' I H ;pjf $& as Edison, j I' tfrr Victor and fa rr jtj ' $h IS GLOBE-WERNICK- E Sectional Book6ases All standard sizes carried in stock. We can furnish either Oak, Mahogany or Mission. a few sections and save your books. Office Ostemoor Mattresses. Hilli& Brass, Iron and Wood Bed Iron Beds $2. up. Wood Beds $5. up. We have the $200.00. FARM Colombia Machines and Records, now on sale. in all .grades, $15.00 up. Also a full supply of Cotton Top, Combination, Felt and Cotton Pads, all sizes. Try one of our 501b Felt at $7.50 worth $10.00. Just added Comforts, Blankets, Pillows, Etc. Call and see them. turn Buy Victor-Victrol- as ranging from $15.00 to and Stationery Supplies at Filing Cabinets, lowest prices. Let us figure with you on your requirements for coming year. Brass Beds $12.50 and up. Also, full line of good springs. Try the Royal Blue Springs for 30 rights, if satisfactory $12.50, if not return at our expense. Come and see them, don't wait until you save the money, buy that VICTOR now on easy terms. at Hurt aaattMatt:3M FREE SAMPLE INDIGES-TIO- N & YOUR LADIES. and Radiant hair. Anderson Good. Roads. WATCH HAIR HAVE C00D IDEA OF DRESS EssrasacsEzszxzrac Pale Faces weak, and Shaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. If you are weak you neesl Cardui, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will act directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. Pale-face- d, REMEDY. Finest Ever For Gas, Sourness, Fermenta- Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Luxuriant tion, Heaviness And Upset Stomach. If dandruff germs are devouring the Send name and address to Bootn's nourishment that belongs to the hair, it Buffalo, N. Y. Say "Send will soon begin to fall. Furthermore it and you will ' will lose its life tnd lustre and will be me sample of have an opportunity to try for yourself come dull, faded and even gray. a remedy for Indigestion. Dyspepsia, If you have any signs of 'Jandruff, go Gastritis or Catarrh of the Stomach right to your druggist y and get a that has relieved and cured thousands 50 cent bottle of PARISIAN Sage. This upon thousands of people throughout delightful hair tonic is guaranteed by America. R. E. McRoberts & Son to kill dandruff So certain are Stomach germs, clean the head of filthy dandruff, Tablets in any case of disordered stop falling hair and itching scalp, and stomach that R. E. McRoberts & Son preserve the color and beauty, or money E60 will supply you with the distinct under- back. And it does just what it is guarstanding that if you are dissatisfied anteed to do and that's why its sales with results they will refund the pur- are so enormous the country over. chase price. Could anything be fairer? PARISIAN Sage is the favorite of for Dizziness, Biliousness, Headache. refined women. One bottle provas its Nervousness, Sleeplessness or any dis superiority. ease ansjng from an upset, weak or Stomach Tabsick stomach. Mrs. Effie Graham, of Color of the Eye. lets are highly recommenced, 50 cents Brown eyes are due to a brown pig Willard, Ky., says: "I a box all over America. ment laid down in the iris; blue eyes was so weak I could nre due to - lack of such pigment I suffered, hardly go. When both parents are brown-eyenearly every month, for 3 Japanese Pastime. (the children gei tie tendency to form years. When J began to Combats between animals of differ- iris pigment frcnT both 'sides cf the stake Cardui, my back hurt ent species are a source of great bouse, and the condition pf'th'e pigawfully. I only weighed amusement among the Japanese. One ment is said to be duplex. If the chll of the most popular contests Is that dren get the tendency from one par 99 pounds. Notlongafter, between monkey and goose Tho ent only, tne,y win naye brown eyes, I weighed 115. Now, monkey Is tied to one of the goose's but the condition is said to be simdo all my work, and am legs, by means of a cord, and both plex Two parents lacking brown in Begin in good health. aefmals are set down near the bank the iris (blue eyed) will ueyer haye taking Cardui, today. of a river, or pond The goose, stand- children with brown eyes, but only ing In dread of the monkey, seeks for with blue eyes If both parents have safety in the water, and the monkey. brown eyes simplex, then one in four Afraid of the water, exerts himself to of the children will have blue eyes. If As to Calling Cards. the uttermost not to be drawn into it. one parent has simplex brown eyes "What are the proper calllne As a rule, the goose draws the monkey and the other has blue eyes, f cards?" "Threes or upward are con- Into the water, and then the cunning of the children will bave blue eyes. simian sits astride at the goose, In But if in bou or either one of the sidered very good." Louisville The goose then parents the biue iris pigmentation is equestrian fashion txies to dive. and the monkey pre.duplex, all of the offspring will have vents her If he can: apd s.o the fight brown eyes. goes on until the spectators tire, and the animals are released from an uncongenial companionship J MI-O-NMI-O-Nto-daMI-O-N- A Take CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Cour-ler-Journ- HERE'STHEHOG l i TBL 'Tii "Ha ofSaSrvA JJOURBON REMEDY CO., Lexington, Ky. Unclosed find photo o hoe that was cured tA. Remcholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera using-thedy. This hoe was almost dead before medicine, and then was entirely cured, except loss of ears, tail. etc The hoels owned by Mr. Sidles Ewlns. o Bowline Green, Ky. He will be clad to eive yoa a testimonial, and we .can eet several more if you want them. JENKINS-SUBLET- T DRUG CO.. Bowline Green, Kr. jhjt your Druggist for It. Sold by flASELDON BROS. ill""""""""" GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS Cim? becomingly gowned woman. A man notoriously at sea In the matter ot teminlne frocks was asked to design what to tls mind was a graceful dress for the beautification of the woman ly figure. The result not only vindl cated men of the charge of ignorance poncerning the becoming feminine drapery, but established for him a will be included. The value of goo( roads es a wisdom and artistry In designing that many devotees of the latest sartorial commercial asset to the farmer is y 6pasm, be It modestly pretty or darrecognized in all sections. Indiana has ingly ridiculous, will do well to culproved this in many instances, as has tivate. Kentucky and Tennessee. What is The fabric of the gown evolyed by wanted is more good roads, as these the mere man was a soft clinging mean more valuable farms and better crepe de chino of shadowy blue tone access for the farmer to the markets. It was cut in kimono fashion, with The Oriental sleeves. Instructive and practical talks from neck was slightly rounded out to show pubrepresentatives of the Director of the smooth, white column of the lic Roads, Washington; the agricultural throat, and the gown hung free from departments of the three states the shoulaers, falling in long, sweep interested and various commercial ing lines, with Just a suspicion of bodies, will be made. It will be shown a sweep at the back. In front an elon that the good roads proposition is of gated buckle of the blue material, emvital interest to the farmer, first, and broidered with dull gold threads, held to others, later. What benefits the a wide girdle, which was wound the wa'st farmer is certain to benefit the cities. around odd knot, empire fashion, tied in an with short upstanding IJnited Stages Senators, representatives loops in the back, from whence long, jn congress, goyefnors, and states and loose ends, finished with gold and blue, i county officers, by the dozen, have sent fell to the bottom of the skirt. The approving the sash gave a slightly empire effect, and in strong letters the whole gown appeared to swathe character pt tlje meeting. Dr. Ben Bruner, of Louisville; for the figure ip folds of pastel blue. Such a gown must In the very nature of itmer Mayor Charles Bookwajter, of angular Governor Ben IJooper, pf self, conceal any offending Jines. Just as it would of necessity Tennessee; Mr, Charjes G. tGi'Dert; of heighten the symmetry of the softly Nashville, and a dozen others, will be curving ones. Grace of carriage and heard in course of the pieeting. But, elegance of attire were Its Indubitable as before stated, it wil not be alj work followers, so much so that one wonand no play. There will be diversions ders why the distress and fatigue ol of pleaBant character. When the meet- countless hours at the dressmaker's ing adjourns it is believed a lqng step are endured, whep art is so very simple. will have been taken toward cementing the bonds of friendship betweon the RELIEVES CATARRH IN states represented and a long step tnk-e- n toward the final achievement of the Utilitarian, ' best public highways in the United "Are you In favor of the half cent?" gOJJR. Saved By His Wife. "Yes," replied Mr. Dropllne; "but States to connect and cross Indiana, they ought to make the coins with The quickest xd .easiest .way tiopen Kentucky and Tennessee. woman whp knows just Sher .a wise holes in them." what to do w'en her husband's life is in up your mucus clogged frea,d and free Along the old Louisville and Nash"What for?" danger, but Mtk. J. Flint, Breintree, the throat from CatarrfiaJ .spre&ons s ville .Pjike, in Tenessee, farmers gladly "They would come In so handy when pay $1.0d per acre on their land for the ever you happen to insisted on to breathe Booth's HYGMEI, Va., is of that kind. need a sinker." Don't waste time with Impossibje purpose of raising a fund to make my using Dr. King's New &jgcoyery, " J. H. Roney, of Cotton-towwrites Mr. F. " for a dreadful vygh, methods; HYOMEI has ended thfi CRUEL OF HIM. thousands of Ten??.; who owns 165 acres has when I .was .tj weak my f rienbs an misery of Catarrh for sufferers; it will do the same donated $200, a team and gravel. J. thought jljiad, only ".short time to live, " A quick for you if ,y&u w;Il give it a fair trial. A. McDaniel, of Uno, Haft County, and it complexly .qurtl ff3. most Just breathe it; ltdjljs Catarrh germs Ky., is doing fine work in his section cure for swghs and cq!&j, safe and reliable medicine for wifcjy and banishes Catarrh. A JIYOMEI toward bringing about more good roads. troubles grip, f. otgt, which includes inhaler, ecjs throat and lung Ceoarate bottles, if afterwards croup, wjhcfcrpng cough, bronchitis, On The Track. A quinsy, tonsilitis, hemorrhages.. A trial needed qOc, tarmacists everywhere. will convince you. ffl cts. and IM), ivioney uacn Ai.1 ft' E. McRoberts of the fast express meana serQUs trouble ahead if not removed, so" does los3 of so Guaranteed by R, E. fcfgRoberts &Son. & on if dissatisfied. tin it jappeite. It means lack of vitality, iLLLfcaiHi ipsa of strength and nerve 'weakness, jlf appetite fB$a, ik(e Electric Bitters quickly to oyerctonve the causp by toning an$ curing the flip tbe stomach jndig3Son. Michael Hessheinfer of Lincoln, Neb. had been sick over three yars, but six bottles ,of glectric Bitters put him rgbt on l?j"s feet again. They pave helped thousands. Th'ey give pure blood, srpng fipryes, good digestion. Only 5Q cenfa at R. E. McRoberts & Wifey Do you believe In hypnoBon, fo-da- Comfssjoner of Pnblic Roads R. C. Terrell, of Kentucky, has announced that he will use eyery effort to bring abput a big attendance of farmers at the two days good roads meeting to be held at Mammoth Cave Ky., October 4 and 5, Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee will Jae represented and, from present indications, hundreds will be on hand. Not eply will good roads, and how to build them, be discussed, but a round of entertainment will be provided which will be wel worth enjoying. A barbecue of the rgal kind Many Men Possess the Artistic Eye When It Comes to Matter of Feminine Drapery. We Write Anv Kind of I 1 There Is an old tradition to the ef feet that men lack discretion as wel: as artistic eye in the selection of a CE Office at National Bank. Office BEAZLEY & COLLIER over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky ftj.fa-1-gj:..- Phone 27. 1 Made First 40 Years Ago Been First Ever Since That's the history and the record on which has been established the priceless reputation of u loose-hangin-g M-N- A d Mastic Paint aThe Kind That Lasts it Mastic Paint gives a hard, glossy, durable finish impossible to secure with keg lead and oil. Won't crack, peel, or chalk off. Ask our dealer in you? town for book of sug gestions and color chart. Manufactured by Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt P3 a. im ! Co. Incorporated Louisville, Ky. 11 McRotois & Son. one-bal- om -- ''ke n, des-painn- g- H 1 H B Ib IS H H ;the iM. h I l Your 1912 1 Diseases, The Bible says so, & it imw H&J P is being proven every . - day by CHARLIE WHITEM00N, 3729-3- 1 JIubby Sure, otherwise I would Women as Preachers. still be a bachelor, One reason' why women are forbidden to preach the gospel Is that they Yes, Tho Weather. woud persuade wlthdut argument and He poured his rvart out to the maid 'reprove without glvlrig offense. John And this was 'her reply: !Newto"n. -"The heat's opiresslve. I'm afraid 'Twill thunder, by and by." tism, dear? TAXES are now past due. Please call r V av fojrtengjjiFAgps. There's often much truth in the sty-fn- g "her face is her fortune," but its never said where pimpjes, skip eruptions, blotches, or other blemishes disfigure it. 'Impure blood is back of then? all, and shows the need of Dr. King's New Life Pills. They promote health and beauty. Try them. 25 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. the Cow Boy Herbalist i Playlngfa Winner. "You say you play--' every night at How do thgv Casino and paver-lose- . you inai)age"r.3.7 HrJ " ' "'l' play" the 'Jrombgne!" Pages W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. folies." He " anji settle same at once and thus DeepIown m every :hutnan,heart japs a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S ffjae.-fRoot& Herbs. Too long iave the secrets of .nature been neglected, .00 long have people disregarded God'e pomses. JModern doctors think only of "operations'' .& ctrong drugs, while fruman suffering & deaths from disease fnceo'se'japidly every year. Health is natural, disease uunatural. My years of experience as a Cow-bo- y & among the ludWB-- give me a peculiar tuess &. knowledge of the powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured & ar? Q?l$g rP.'00l Poison, Lung Trouble, Sidney, .Bladder, Liver,"Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, $&()&' fr Stomach. Troubles thattwere pronounced incurable iby the best doctors. I want to PROVE this to the world j& W anyone asking, I will jnail the greatest .book of, its kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOHERBALIST' absolutely free. If ycra are not tenjbyJog .ALL the blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that yoti INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All Ufrfjif inquiry promptly answered. composed of 1 6 Roots & Herbs, makes of mygr;al'tONIC, 3 full quarts of medicine, lasts .about 3 monthstlSQstipnly one dollar & is LEGALLY GUARANTEED to satisfy THE PURCHASER or money refunded. .COMrCEL-SAis sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS IN MEDICINE for the nerves,, jlomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder & blood. A household remedy most excellent. Ask for eot it or won't get it, WILL FILL YOUR V your druggist '" ' ' ORDERS POSTAGE PAID. CHARLIE WHITE-MOON- S JSCENCE SOPE is .vtade pf PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR HUMAN SKIN ONL Y, guaranteed tf satisfy pr ptpney refunded, ipe 6x3 bars 25c at all dealers, Retail, who ' are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. -- Me.n Hint, That girl yonder is a perfect pjcture. She Yes, and mo well painted. i - save further cost and trouble. Y ii pm A Modern Youth. BODY-BUILDE- R, Sue Butt Mtwcfisl aaiil. R C0M-CEL-S4- t Admittedly one of the very best sahppjjj in the State. Five Schools in one. "Does he call her the morning star of his existence?" "No. iHe saysrflbje' the Great White Way of hhVilfeV'.V? v .. " Gr, T. .....,.. Its AdvantaH?: High School, Normal School, Graded School "The public has a short memory." "That's the reason the politicians School of Music, Commercial School. don't want to tax it." London, K yJ J. C. LEWIS, Prin. Ballard ""W7 i- - " j. f v-.-- v" 'i .'. ,.1v'jUX V.u:ii . Sheriff Garrard County- - , ig 23 ill lit h I) il ii ill tu HI I it U II 'I 'li I M nllii M'liii llilHiMMUi H Willi1 IW ! 'II il'iHHM i Ml M ill ffl Will Iftl TTTii TTT3 PT n ,ri mil' I II IMI fia M tM iss-SlSS- i m s-ss ML.L "UL1JL COATS $5.00 to $40. sgrfc:;aAU.JK.fcJ.gS ff:wy;yJiv'i'c? Bill KSSEESJQSGEaHB Come and see the delightful nevv things that are ready for your inspection here now. Popular Woolen Fabrios--S7.5- 0 Attractive Ready Macfe Dresses In to $25. nil iTiiMjpw, yf'M i ratfaa KsiSfemoSSas s $&&&? affiT siS7" sE2is kj MJa rf3Giki-- ksvjj: a sa sr sa E? osseassjLoza.. hum, F ' I" I I' IMM I li Mi .1 H'W iH t JBE3 M sr 1 fm Trim lines gracefully drawn and tailored from beautiful fabrics that blend themselves with fascinating grace to'the new models. jlIItS 3HQ K03vS . ov , jL IN THE ADVANCE RTYI.RR. A Trv-O- n Thev Are Worth I Come In And See The New Thing t You 11 Enjoy The Visit Even If You Don't Bay. npiHk y F igra.rfrryCTrff.gTSagyTasy'ialrrs THE STORE THAT SHOWS mfflcagnxraE; AIND SELLS MERCHANDISE. tile Com - JHH fct) hIm MM jy rasr aaprra mj ana jxsrsg arer $12.50 to $40.00. 3HB" SUITS IWn With Each RANGE Sold For fT i tLsossa oO Days Next tWA - Call in and see the Quick ' Range. Best Range made. Get a SoLivenior. Wagons. Best, Hoosier Wheat Drills, durable and J 1 V m ? U- - IgUiiilMlgJljlli temgimr&Mi2M' . W, O. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Phone 18. HomeThone 33. Lancaster, and Ed Collier of Memphis are all at Mr. Horace L. Walker left on last X the bedside of their mother Mrs. James Sunday for Louisville where he will GOOD SOIL FOR BUSH FRUITS 1 YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. B. Collier, who we are glad to report spend the next year putting the finishing somewhat improved. touches on his legal education. Ground Between Rows Must Be Kept : Fine and Mellow Give Plenty Miss Sarah Daniels of Paris is the An elaborate social function was the Sunshine and Air. guest of Mrs. John M. Mount. entertainment held Monday evening at Fresh Oysters at Zimmer's. A Brief Mention of (he Comings and Miss Nell Bourne is in Stanford visit- the Presbyterian Parsonage by ReverThe ground between tho rows and 53 2EA j"H 3 Goings Ly Those Wz Arc Interested In. end and Mrs. C. C. Brown. The around the bushes should be kept Oysters served at Zimmer's Restru- ing her sister Mrs. W. K. Warner. WQ apartments were most beautifully fine and mellow. If the soil is allowed rant in all styles. Mrs. James Moser has been, in Lindecorated with all kinds of blossoms, to become hard and allowed to grow up coln with her sister Mrs- - Levi- Bell. Boarding house for rent. Mrs. Hallie vines and foliage great in profusion. In weeds and grass, the yield will be Miss Mamie Uastin left Monday for Mary Kauffman cf Hustinsville The dining hall was handsome in its cut short, and the fruit will be small B. Sweeney Bryantsville Ky. Mrs. the Art School in C nthiana. and of Inferior quality. All bush fruits is the guest of Mrs. Emma KaufTman. well arranged oppointements. Mrs. Ed Price was in Stanford the should be grown In wide rows, so tho Lost: Friday night between Conn's The invitation list included (he entire greater part of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Wilson and little past week the guest of Dr. and Mrs. A. the cultivation can be and Herron's a wide, plain gold ring. Hugh Wilson, visited Mrs. W. II. Ward adult membership of the Presbyterian done vith the horse, hoe and culti- Return to Simpson House and receive S. Price. church, and a few intimate friends of vator. Tho proper distance to plant reward. week. Mr. Jerry Respass of North Carolina last the hostess. currants, raspberries, blackberries and Mrs. Robert Ware of Hopkinsville is is he e for a stay with his wife and In the receiving line were Reverend gooseberries in the fruit garden is Recleaned seed wheat 1.10 here for a visit to daughter Mrs. R. E. C. C. Brown, Mrs. Brown, Mrs Mary ' five feet apart each way for horse daughters. Hill onions $1.00 tivation. For the small family garden. Hill onion sets Tayjor and Mrs. Ann Walker. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts and daughter McRoberts. 2.00 plant in rows five feet apart and three m:.., i ..t:.. 5i . Walter E. Moss, Phone 354-..::t :.. t J. Raleigh Smith of Indianapolis is Sue Shelby Mason and Martha Kavan- feet apart in row. This will allow Cueap- - viu FrKl' Moline visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs augh served most graciously at the of the larger the portion of the cultivation New Art Store. "Frappe bowl" S. D. Cochran. being done with the horse cultivator. Mi-s- . Charles Ham has returned to wagon mad most est The guests departed with a mixture The ground around the bushes must Everything new and ud to date in i Somerset after a pleasant visit to Mrs. Mr. Janes O'Bannon. of Greensville of pleasure and pain, pleasure for an be broken up and mellowed with the ; Stamping and Embroidery materials. iuiss, was nere visiting nis uncie, Mr. enjoyable evening, and pain at the noe. uavis irainer. Expert fruit CTOv.ers maintain Austin & Flora. John K. West. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Robbins and thought of the departure of the popu- a dust mulch until the berries aro half Stormes Building Up Stairs. J-size, then a thick coat of long strawy children of Broadhead have been with Miss Fannie Tinder was the guest lar minister and his wife. V manure, grass or rotted leaves is 841 jy One of the best farms in Sheftyv' Garrard friends. for several days of her friend Mrs. B. lift. 6 0 9 The Woman's Club held its opening spread over tho entire ground about County for Sale. 177 acres, C. Rose of Bryantbville. eood Miss Edna Kavanaugh left Monday fall session at the home of the nresi- - four inches thick. This mulch pre- improvements, plenty water. 3 miles tn sirrnin lpni-l- i nt llin D inil n Tni2tiit mw. t .uis. iuary riunier oi orau urcnaru.:f iuu. u E. Robinson, preparatory vents the growth of weeds and keeps from Simpsonville, ucui, 7 miles from Shelhas been the recent guest of Mrs to beginning the year's course of study the soil cool and moist. When this in Indianapolis. byville. .'BiBgnaairi. S. H. McMakin. Mrs. Joe E. Robinson and Mrs. Theo method is followed, tho field will be Professor Kenneth Postle and Mrs. Emma Grant and daughters. Shelbyville Ky. R. F. D. No. 2. greater, the berries free of dirt and Postie of California are guests at the Mrs. Woods Olivia and child have Currey read instructive papers and much larger size and of extra fine Hotel Kengarlan. returned to their home in Princeton Mrs. L. N. Miller and other musicians flavor. All fruit succeed best when Small Farm For Sale. It furnished enjoyable musical selections. givpn plenty of sunshine and air, along after a visit to Mrs. H. K. Herndon. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mason left Sun 67 acres as fine corn and tobacco E9 The artistic home of Mrs. Robinson with intelligent culture. The common Mrs. Shackleford and little son leave day for a stay with Mr. and Mrs. Roy was beautiful with decorations of the practice of planting the bushes along land as you can find 1 five acre barn 1 !& Haynes in Hillsboro Ohio. to USE a Flour made you the last of the week for Des Moines, society colors, cut flowers, vines and the garden walk or fence row is bad. new stock barn 28x40 new 3 room house Iowa where thev will spend the winter. Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury has gone autumn leaves. The refreshments as the bushes cannot be cultivated 1 mile from pike 2J miles from Hyatt3-vill- e, you can pay for this at $70.00 on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Louis Mrs. R. S. Brown and daughter Miss were delicious, Mrs. John L. Ander- economically. Tho yield and size of the berries is greatly Increased where per acre. , Landram ol Danville. Minnie have been in Kirksville with son of Washington City, and Mrs. E. i' there is a full supply of moisture. The S. H. Aldridge Hyattsville. Ky., or Mrs. U. D. Simpson and daughter Mrs. Brown's mother Mrs. Wm. Blake-ma- P. Halley of Newman California pour- irrigation for fruit and vegetables big J. I. Hamilton Lancaster. f Cheap or one made ing the chocolate, and Miss Martha surface flow and Miss Katie have been in Danville visitunder ground irri- ing Miss Helen Thurnian. Mr. W. R. Marrs of Knoxville Tenn. xvuvanauga serving at uie puncu uowj. gation Is being extended as the result Our In outlining the year's work, the fol- - of tests made by practical men. Tho Sale Of School Property. Miss Ella Miles has returned to her is the guest of his sisters Mrs. Tomlin-solowing were selected as leaders of the method of irrigation for vegetables Mrs. Kinnaird and Mrs. Swine-broaHaving consolidated the district of m rd . home in Savannah Georgia after a visLSSP various departments, Mrs. R. E. Mc- - and small fruits practiced by market Paint Lick in Madison County and the to her sister Mrs. Thomas Yantis. 111 it Roberts "Literary Director , Mrs. J gardeners of Boston has been found a S K3 its Lowell district, these school houses Mr. and Mrs. Wm. La Master of L. Riley Library Extension, Mrs. J. B. economical and profitable. Mrs. J. H. Hilton and daughter Miss and lots will be sold publicly Saturday Ethel of Stanford are guests of Mrs. Kansas are here for a stay of several Kinnaird School Improvement. Mrs. C. weeks with Lancaster and Garrard C Brown Civics, Mrs. Theo Currey SUMMER PRUNING OF TREES Oct 5. The property at Lowell at 10: R. II. Batson and Miss Susie Hilton. MillWHEAT by made a. m. and at Pamt Lick at p. m. relatives. What the Women's Club is Doing. d Terms m cash Jan, 1 1913 and Cannot Profitably Bo Done on Old, Mcsdames Elizabeth Joseph of this The Club has continued to have an Mrs. W. H. Ward and sister Mrs. ing. We have added a COAL YARD the remainder in one and two years Stunted, Dying Trees They city and Charles Davis of Chattanooga Net Raney, and little Miss. Josephine increase until it now numbers 60 with good security at 6 per cent. Need Rejuvenation. of Coals you some of ? were in Lexington for a visit of several Raney have been visiting relatives in County Board of Education. days. Richmond. If the treo has a dense top, open W. T. King Auctioneer. Your up the center to permit sunlight and Miss Bessie WiJkerson will leave this Jack Frost Arrives. The Woman's Missionary Society air to enter. Thin out the sides by week for Danville where she will take will meet Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock Frost made its first appearance on removing from ra br, j a course at Miss Dove Harris' Business at the Presbyterian church. All of the the night of the 26th inst, not generally of the branches, always to cutting back 8h members are most cordially invited. 'i itfi throughout the ccunty, but in the more Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Batson are at Mrs Samuel Cotton, and Mrs. J. L. exposed places. Garrard county farmers home from a stay in Chicago where Riley attended the Woman's Missionary are better prepared than ever was they purchased a handsome line of dry convention which was held at the known for his arrival, most of the great goods. Baptist church in Stanford last Thurs- tobacco crop being housed and all other The Dry Fall Outing To Kentucky s Miss Angie Kinnaird left Monday for day. crops that would suffer from his ravages Indianapolis where she has accepted a Mrs. .Wm. Champ and little daughter being safely garnered. Great Subteranean Wonder, Or 200 position in the D. and D. Institute in Hazel have been i'i Louisville and acAlready In Eighth. that city. companied Mr. Champ home he being Miles Under Ground WednesMiss Bettie Wests many friends will much improved sin:e his recent operaEverything is now in readiness for be glad to hear she is well enough to tion for appendicitis. the Democratic campaign to proceed " r wr? day, Oct. 16. 'fvft ' make a visit to her sister Mrs. George Reverend C. C. Brown, Mrs. Brown in the Eighth District, as the county Robinson of Danville. and two bright children and Mrs. Mary campaign chairmen having been apYou Mrs. S. H. McMakin of Shelbyville, Taylor left this week to reside in Louis pointed by District Chairman S. M. formerly Misf Kate Arnold of this ville. Their address will be 2745 Field Saufley, Stanford. The full list is Apple Cluster showing apples at corArranged for private and select Ko as follows: Lincoln. W. L. McCarty; county, is visiting her parents Mr. autj j Avenue Louisville. rect stage for second or apple worm Adair, Rollin Hurt; Anderson, Wilkes Mrs. James A. Arnold. spraying. Young fruit standing up parties, home people and their visito look time Mrs. Robert Burton gave a most A. Morgan; Casey, M. L. Sharpe; with calyx lobes wldo open ready to tors. River low, echo grand, and Mrs. Mary Jennings and daughter elaborate course dinner at her inviting Boyle, U. G. Evans; Garrard, J. R. good ones. ing receive maximum dose of poison. country home, the guests of honor Miss Katie of Areola Ills, are the guests cave dry. The time to see MamMount; Madison, Elmer Deatherage; Every of Mr. Marion Johnson and other being Mesdames Joseph and Davis, Jessamine, J. Norton Fitch; Mercer, to a limb and never leaving a long Messrs Adolph and Authur Joseph and stub to die or throw out a big crop moth Cave when at its best. Garrard county relatives. Prof. Goddard: Shelby, Geo. P. Pick- of sprouts. Summer pruning cannot Round-tri- p sound, seasonMiss Scotta Petty. railroad fare $5.65 from ett: Spencer, Geo. B. Shindler. The be profitably practiced on old, stunted, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Simpson and son able Mrs. C. C. Brown was hostess for a "work" will now be "set in" for dying trees. They need rejuvenation, Lancaster and all way stations on Creed Haskins have gone to visit Mrs. Simpsons brother Dr. J. C. Meyes and handsome "Reception" Monday even- Congressman Harvey Helm and the which comes with? winter pruning, but regular train 5:15 a. m. Board at Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's ing at the parsonage to the members Wilson and Marshall ticket. Louisville may be profitably practiced upon old, i family of Clinton Illinois. Cave Hotel from arrival for supper thrifty, trees, of the Presbyterian congregation. The Times. why you should get the best which means getting them Professor Dinsmore of Berea, a can- number that were present showed the Large limbs can, bo removed at this until after breakfast morning of didate for Congress on the Progresive popularity of both Mr. Brown and School Fair To Be Held Here On October time just as safely as at any other here. ticket, was the guest for .several days Mrs.. Brown. The tasty decorations season of the year, only It is not ad- the third day, also including the of Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Patterson. and ices served added much to the en- 12th To Be Of Great Interest To Everyone visable to remove too .much of the two, trips through the cave for top at once. Wnere great quantities Dr. Virgil Gibney Kinnaird returned joyment of the occasion. In addition to the splendid- roster of of wood must be'i removed it is better $G.50. Limit on ticket 10 days. to the Medical College in Philadelphia The foiling invitations have been for- speakers already announced for the to distribute its removal over a peWd Write or phone L. &. N. Agent. the past week. He expects to return warded to friends and relatives at a coming School Fair, the following ad- of from two to three years, ather the years study with his sheep distance: after ditional talent has been secured for thet than entirely unlalance th tree's tfQltfX&&&ifX& f skin. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Tinder request occasion:- - Prof. Milton Elliot of Frank- growth. Mrs. D. M., Lackey is in Richmond the honor of your presence at the mar- fort, Prof. J. W. Ireland, Stanford and Hons. J. B. McFerran of Louisville and the guest of her cousin Mrs. James W. riage of their daughter, McHenry Rhoades of Frankfort. The Frances Crenshaw Caperton. She went to be present at exercises will be of" more than passing; To the handsome ball Mrs. Caperton gave A Misoonceptlon. interest, aside from some of the beaj Mr. Benjamin F. Robinson 'For many years 1 was troubled, in It her debutante daughter Miss Janie "James tells me .ho has steady emspite of all Wednesday 'evening, October the speakers in the state, the cliirsB of remedies I used, Caperton. the various schools, of tb. county have ployment in his business and yet you At last 1 found quick relief and cure sixteenth informed me heV had. no walk In in those mild, yet thorough and Mrs. T. J. Price gave an enjoyable Niheteen-hundre- d and twelve at 8 prepared exercises suitable to the really wonderful life." course dinner Saturday the honor and there will be music both o'clock "Neither haa htp He's a chauffeur." guests being, Elder and Mrs. F. M. vocal and instrumental. Every person Christian church Lancaster, Ky. Tinder, Elder J. M. Rudy of IndianaNo invitations have "beenissued h'ere, in the county who can do so should atSpeeding Through It polis, Mr. Cox and Miss Akers of Lexas it is understood ..nat tne many .Lan tend these exercises. The various "Youife Rush's hife is a very frothy ington. and Garrard friends of the popular school trustees of thecou.ntj5 are espec- one, isn't it?" Adolph Schinseck, Buffalo, N.Y. Wm. Collier of Belle Jellico Kv. young couple will gather to witness ially urged to be present, as are the "Yes, chiefly spnt in 'bubbles'." 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. Office Ky. Charles Collier of, Fork; ' Ruige ' Tenn. the happy comsummation. parents and. pajtrons of the schools ,. i iB HVim vmm 1 people nm? J Tnfi pup as as 0 Pi I P.PLa 10-4-4- t. cul-Miss- es ' I F. M (III r t rsigrsiiSMS jaianaetf 4 10-4-- 2t Are are T, Doolcle ,1 whether from Ceaa Whoesome Wheat 1 Wheat with all its from impurities. i n. 1 J n, d. ( &$ is from pure sell low Prices. Scientific and can at the best quality orders are appreciated. 30 one-thir- 8! cliffy 'ft' man Miimfir one-tent- h one-fourt- I'mmuH, u g h In Mammoth Cava zMM& MMim Take Any Ream Efc r-riM- .' l k , like from our need timber piles. spend in for stick in the pile is and straight. shy-bearin- g Lancaster Lumlisr wk Go, - &j??<&&&l& Constipation so-call- f DR. KING'S NewLifePills Jt i2V .' i,LA. .,. -.- ''Vfr-- tia Jf.. 1 - ;J ! J..-- ! -. , INSURE YOUR WITH TOBACCO The will be a democratic speaking at the court house on Monday October j 28th, county county day. Come in and hear it. Additional Subscriptions To The Democratic Campaign Fund. $5.00 $3.00 $3.00 $5.00 $3.00 $3.00 corpora-- ! Kv4e4co04-vxoe949- C 3 Getting His Start GOOD PLAN FOR DAIRY HOUSE Demand Created by Recent Developments for Building Fulfilling Sani- TheN ewsooy !"rrr 1 I ? i&oi e1s s2a 5ss5 a ? Cttooeo Office F. P. Citizens National Bank. FRISBIE. Lancaster, Kentucky ESraseaK333JSK3SSaB G. T. Ballard W. B. Mason T. K. Watson Dave Sanders W. H. Brown W. L. Lawson Cripple ' H. Offie J. TINSLSY, uw t. a. iHi.NK Hart :c-- County Surveyor. J. I sin ;??i Democrats do you want the tions to finance the Democratic Campaign for Wilson and Marshall if not put up. All who have subscribed cone in and pay up. JRespt, J. R. Mount. COC Wire Drawn Tungsten i FARMER'S ELBOTRI6 LAMPS. I FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong OOOOOOO C oovoooooOQQ9 COLUMN I I ft ripaco below this beading I sive uss of our fiirmur subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the liirmer CHiiuot affo-- d to advertise. No notice will oe accepted over four lines, and will be only in 'wo issues of the Record, free of charge Is for me exclu- light. 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Manufactured by Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Incorporated Miss Virginia Christopher of Winchester is triming for Mrs. Williams this season. Mrs. G. W. Rice has had for her guest Mrs. D. C. McCormack of Win- chester. Misses Sullie Woods, Ethel Estridge and Mrs R. G. Woods were visiting in Richmond last Friday. Mrs. E. L. Cockinell and little son have returned home, at Livingston after a visit to friends and relatives. Mrs. B. M. Lear and daughter Miss Alma are at home after several weeks stay at Battle Creek Michigan. L,ast Wednesday Mr. John Terry fell through an upper floor in his barn breaking a rib and receiving painful Co. Louisville, Ky. L WHITEN B. E. McMerts but not serious injuries. Mesdames. Walker Guyn and Lewis .Ross returned to their homes Mondany after a visit to their sister Mrs. W. St Fish of Stanford. Mr. E. C. McWhorter accompanied his wife to Louisville last Monday where she will undergo an operation at the Deaconess Hosnital. BLEACHED. NT Your 19X2 Crank See how white the umpire is getting? Fiend Yes, the bleachers are after him. Plain .Words. The jyprld may be a vveary place And primming full of woe; Bu.t cease' y.our plaint, old Frowning Face, 'Tls youTlhat jnaite it so. TAXES are now past due. Please call and settle same at once and thus save further cost and trouble. Benevolence Recognized. "How did you come to" vote for that man?" "He's the friend of the plain le.-" peop- "Has he done anything to prove it?" "I should say so. He hires brass bands and speaks pieces and gives us than we more free entertainment ever had before in our lives." Was a Customer. Boy Please, I want the docSmall tor ftp come and see mother. jSeryant jppctcs out. Where do yo.u 2pjgje.from? Small ftp'y JVhat! Jkm't you know w me? why, vvp 4 7?.th yu- - had a baby from, kere'p.niy last weeki Tit-Bit- s. ' nmnt. "Cheese it, fellers, cheese it! The Lanca.-.;tr-, ccp!" Kmincky. tary Requirements. There was a scurrying of feet and a confusion of grimy hands in the (By E. KELLY and K. E. PABKS.) s struggle to recover the dice and Recent developments In dairying scattered within the snug circlw have caused a large demand for a o! excited newsboys gathered far up j dairy house which "Will fulfill sanitary UU D lane enjoying, apparently heed- ? i requirements and at the same time be less of consequences, a midday game I QUALITY. practical and inexpensive. For those j or "crap." striving to improve the qualwho are In the wild scramblo to save their f ity of their products, such a building "gambling implements" and nevertheIs an absolute necessity. Milk which less escape the bluecoated official is pourea or -- irainea in xne Darn, or striding upon them, nobody thought of allowed to stand there, Is apt to be poor Billy. But. with his papers under one arm, his crutch resting beportrait work." neath the other and an empty trous"Portraits of triplets?" Inquired the ers leg dangling in the breeze, Billy, LAWYER asd COUNTY ATTORNEY. studio loafer. "Dobber told me he did with his companions, sought dime museum posters, too, at one Will Practice in a) Sif.e Cuuru a3 time." D lane, for the surefooted was U. S. Dihtriet Court. 'Ho ought to have stuck to that none too good walking, and a treach-eruu- s branch of art," remarked the artist. spot found Billy in his mis- Office over Police Court. PtMMte 14 "No, you misunderstand me. I'll tell fortune and brought him heavily to n fc uii you how it was. There was one win- the ground, his papers in an untidy 8S5HSSBSERB15" ter I was pretty well on my uppers. At pile beside him and the crutch quito Registered Jersey Bull that time I got acquainted with Giotto beyond his reach. Inexpensive, Sanitary Dairy House. Parkinson, and I tell you he was a The corners of his mouth drooped contaminated by germs and to absorb godsend. He had a studio in the Gros-ven- ever so little as he looked up from and he didn't use it nights, be- his uncomfortable position and beheld stable odors. The best practice is to remove the milk to the dairy house aB sides having a samovar that he got in the officer towering above him. Milk the Ghetto and plenty of alcohol. The Boon as each cow is milked. "Well, my lad, you seem to bo tho Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two mite should be cooled immediately, so the Grosvenor doesn't favor light house- one to go along with "me. All tho from Lattcuster, Ky.,on Richmond fjSkm dairy house should bo provided with keeping, but I was pretty careful how rest have made good to get out of the I threw my scraps out of the window. way. proper facilities for this purpose. I'm mighty sorry I've got to S. S. "One day Parkinson gave an exhib- take you one of the others woukl While the dairy house should be conveniently located so that the milk-- 1 it. He knew quite a few people in re- have suited me better much better, ers do not have a long walk from the spectable circles and he thought there Cut'the sergeant detailed me especialbarn, it must bo so placed that it is was a chance that some one of them ly to stop this, crap shooting. He says free from contaminating surroundings. might buy a picture of his if they got it can't go on." well under the influence of a proper It should be built on a The policeman spoke not unkindly, spot, and the drainage of tho dairy' art atmosphere and Russian tea. I but Billy, from his scat of earth, house itself should be carried well stuck up a few little things of my heard, and knew that a plea for re& away from the building. If possible own with his to furnish the art at- lease would be wasted. PKCKE XO 219. the ground should slope from the mosphere and he provided the tea and "Here's your crutch, my boy. Come dairy house toward the barn, rather the samovar. It turned out all right. on." Office on Danville Sret in thtthan from the barn toward tho dairy There was a coal baroness among f "Aw, let him off, can't yer?" lioiklintf. those present and I got her worked up house. Billy and the policeman wheeled LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. The principal purpose in building a to the point of ordering from me a about at this unexpected interference son for ?50. from the rear. There, crawling from dairy house is to provide a place portrait of her "She brought him around the very beneath an empty barrel set forth by where dairy products may be handled apart from everything else. To carry next day. Parkinson was a good fel- one of the many restaurants along the L. out this idea it is necessavy to divide , low and he let me have the use of his lane, his face and hair generously shop for the job. We had a bully good streaked with a covering of flour takthe interior of the building so thati utensils will not have to be washed j dinner on the strength of the condi- en on in his place of refuge, came a in the same room where the milk is ' tions anyway. The kid was a sallow-face- boy not much larger than Billy him- - ' skinny-lik- e monkey, not at all self one of tho circle of former "crap handled. Thorough cleanliness must always be kept In mind; therefore like mamma, but I calculated I could shooters." there should be no unnecessary ledges idealize him by a wide stretch of my "I say, Billy ain't done nothin. He ' Oiliice Hfc S.veene's Lirery Savf. imaginative faculty. He warn't shootin' with the bunch. The or rough surfaces Inside the building, -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky so that it can be quickly and thor- had one sitting that day. The next last I see of Billy he was settin day and for several other sittings his a oughly cleaned. Ventilators are necesthere eatin his handout. Weren't sary to keep the air in the milk room nurse brought him, and I want to say you, Billy?" Billy nodded complacentfresh and free from musty and unde- that I had the dickens' own time get- ly. "Yer pinchin, a 'nnocent man, sirable odors, and to carry off steam ting that imp to keep still. It didn't boss; straight goods. from the wash room. Windows are of do any good to talk to him. All I got "Now," the boy went on pushing his Who So Ever Will. prime importance, as they let in fresh by that was sass oh, the worst sort. hands deep into his pockets and broadair and sunlight, and facilitate work. I just sweat blood for four days trying ening his base, "now, I'm one of tho Come and je: SHAVED at the XEAT In summer the doors and windows to get some sort of expression on that bunch. I've got a pull with the gang, and CLE.1 ' Shop on Richmond street. should be screened to keep out files portrait that wasn't exactly diaVolical if I do say it myself, and if if you and yet resembled the kid. At last I could only The Old Reliable Barbek. and other insects. let Billy off 'cause he It is imperative that there should ot It. ain't done nothin' anyhow I'll use my "Two days later the picture was 'nfiooence with DUNCAN be a plentiful supply of cold, running the crowd to stop the j water at the dai.Ty house. If it is not done and the sigh of relief that I shootin after I get out of the possible to have a regular water sys- heaved made the windows rattle. I lockup." tem, the supply way be piped from an notified the baroness and she and the For an instant a gleam of merrielevated tank fed by a hydraulic ram, baron came to look at it. He seemed ment beamed in the officer's eyes, and to have been brought under compulengine, windmill or hand pump. it was with difficulty that he reFor the proper sterilization of uten- sion and to be but mildly interested. strained a burst of genuine laughter. LIVERY, sils an abundance- of steam or hot wa- - I had learned that he was merely "But I can't do that for you; I stepfather to the brat, so I didn't wou-de- r you off," he said, . .. I.,. so much at it. But the baroness can't let either of at last. "You know right from wrong threw fits of ecstasy over the picture sergeant Stanford Street. and ordered two more at the same and ah, here comes tho we'll let him settle it." ' price, after trying In vain to beat me -PI KENTUCKY. Billy shrank closer to his champion LANCASTER, down. as he felt his own tiny atom of self K "I won't tell you what I went through within the next month with completely overshadowed by this forOtlioe Hour OKte Mer "I ST aaj'iJi tho heir apparent, how day by day I midable giant with shining buttons a.m to 12. 1 ji.m. te 4. SHrniti'finw'lHe grew to loathe the little wretch more and chevrons. The contact lent the and more. The dear angel had per- intercessor strength for a final appeal. "Sergeant, can I speak to you for formed a large variety of interesting Billy? I don't mind for myself, but DENTIST. Floor Plans of Sanitary Dairy House, tricks around the place to relieve the Billy just can't go to the lockup." monotony of the sittings, and ho Showing General Arrangement. Lancaster, Ky, Nervously the child's fingers locked Phone 05. wound up by coming early one afternoon and coloring Parkinson's cher- and interlocked, but his gaze met thr.t ter is neded. A pail or can may be clean to the eye and yet may carry ished Florentine prints in oil In our of the stalwart officer of the law unnumberless geras which will hasten absence. When I remonstrated he flinchingly. Breathlessly, he rushed the souring of tb milk, cause bad gave me a choice line of sass, where- on. "Billy's mother is home sick in bed. flavor in butter or cheese, or spread upon I took my little man across my She's what you call an Invalid. Somecontagion. After utensils are washed knee and laid merrily on. "Nearly two weeks later the coal times she can work and help out and clean they should be either scalded sometimes Billy's got to do it all himbaron caught me In. with boiling water or steamed. " 'Don't be alarmed,' he said, as I self 'cause he ain't got no brothers The dairy houre should be so built that labor is ecc&omized to the great- retreated to the window. 'I only called nor sisters, nor no father just his E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician est extent. To jlo this the building to pay you for the pictures. I believe mother. So we fellers found him a Glasses Fitted. Satisfactiou tiuarautcwd. good stand up in the square, but he must be arranged so that unnecessary this is the right amount.' can't run after trade since he's lost steps will be avoided. "He laid a slip of paper on the tahis leg. Some swell guy run over him ble. It was a check for $100. with his auto and never stopped to "I gasped. Rations for Dairy Cattle. and Billy's " Tf you don't mind I would like to say howdy or good-by- , The following general facts should been up against it ever since and be observed in naklng up the ration shake hands with you,' he continued. and shall I tell it, Billy, 'bout slingin "I backed away. for a dairy cow. A cow should be fed " 'I see that you still fall to under- the dice?" Billy hesitated. "Shall I, all that she will eat and digest well, giving due consideration to the cost, stand,' he said. 'I want to tell you, Billy? It's up to you." Billy tried to grasp the significance OfHice over Logan's store. digestibility and composition of the sir, that you have my entire sympathy food fed. The more palatable the food and heartfelt thanks for the basting of this sudden bestowal of responsibil- Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6 the greater quartity a cow will con- you gave that young one. I've often ity and bowed a bewildered approval. "Well, then, 'bout this game o crap, longed to do it myself. Frankly, sir, sume. Variety often increases I envy you. By the way, if you can sergeant." The boy lowered his eyes A part of the ra tion should be succu- make it convenient to call at my of- and poked the dirt with the toe of his lent in nature, as such food stimulates fice I have something there I would muddy boot "About this game of crap Billy's action in the intestinal tract, which like to talk to you about. No, don't say you are sorry. Please don't say business hasn't been rushing lately Physician and Surgeon stimulates vigor, .thrift and health In the animal. Anciher important part that. I'm pressed for time now, but and so we rather planned to give him of Jhe food supply s water. Too often I hope to see you soon. I think the a boost with a crap game noontime, LANCASTER, KY. this Is not given proper Consideration. check is right, isn't it? Thank you till his ma got better. Sorao o', the Office Phone G. Residence Phone 220. crowd got more'n you'd think out of very much. Good day.' "He shook hanch? with me solemnly their papers and they have a pocketSilo and' (he P.airy, The careful fxTPier who gives his but vigorously and then turned sud- ful left for themselves. So they put personal attention to the making and denly and bolted." I called on him and a good bit of it up in a game o' crap feeding of silage and is not satisfied we got quite chummy. He had some for Billy, just to boost him along. with the result Is yet to be heard illustrating for a railroad that he ran That's what we was doin today, serfrom. The silo seems to be edging as a side issue and I did it for him. I geant, but we got pinched. If you All Work Guaranteed. mighty near thev, cornerstone of suc- may say that he discovered me. I could only let Billy off if you " "That will do, my boy." The serknow that if it hadn't been for the cessful dairying. Kentuclry. way he boosted me among his mon- geant's voice was very gentle. "You Paint Lick, eyed ac 1 aintances I would have been tell the rest of the boys they must lMSKf. Do the Ecst We Can. The best cows are none too good comparcu'vely obscure and unknown never throw dice again, never. Tell them to 'boost' Billy some other way. when measured by their profits, but today." , nrTnrirr "Boosilf ; for basting, eh?" said the Now, get your papers and hustle busiall of us cannot afford to go out and inMii ness." buy the best; hence we should try studio' Is r. "Yc4 oi.'t keep genius down," said .y and do the best we can with those Good roads cannot be obtained by the axlk' we have until we can secure better. bad methods. ( "We all have to have our beginnings," said the artist, as he put the finishing touches to a soap advertisement sketch of a bathroom interior. "I was not always famous and prosperous. 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