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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 11, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912101101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 11, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. t -- 5 - THE CENTBAl. RECORD PURE RELIGION UN1ARNISRED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER I have another full supply of all kinds Mrs. L. N. Miller. 11 1912. NUMBER 27. j:rsCm33CS33CS33 ?- I I! g 4 m rf Mr. H. C. Hamilton has about comMessrs Hughes & Swinebroad sold for H. C. Hamilton to Clayton Marsee pleted a handsome new residence on (Mjrl of beads. If" Vnn Arp Tnvitprl tr n "nvmrmcHat?vn the property at the intersection of the Richmond street adjoining his home. The Circle Girls will hold their an- old and new Danville turnpikes and It will be occupied by Mr. Henly V. nual Bazaar and Candy Sale the first known as "the old toll gate property tJastin. The house adds materially to J h Bend Friday and Saturday in Decemder.. the looks of that already handsome $1075. thorough! are. MALLEABLE The will be a democratic speaking at Former Lancaster Minister The civic department of the Womans the court house on Monday October Rev. A. R. Moore, once a popular Club had their first meeting in 28th, county county day. Come in and pastor of the local Christian church has their new home on Wednesday hear it. been called to the pastorate of the afternoon. Mrs. J. E. Robinson preand an Exhibition of Cooking in Paper Bags. No Casualties. leading Christian church in Savannah sided over the meeting and plans The foot ball seaeon opened here on Ga. Bro. Moore was originally from for the year's work were com& You will underlast Tuesday. The Lancaster high North Middletown and was educated at pleted. Every public spirited citizen '' v stand how much school team trimmed the Danville Lexington. should belong to this department "ALL-WAYTRACE MARK 54 to 0. WHJJV as its motto is "Our town clean" "Preps", the score being Don't Kill The "Bull Bats". means when you healthful and beautiful. We apprePaw Paws Plentiful. The State Game Warden has ruled ciate the kindness of the officers of see the Range. It Keeping pace with the bounteous that it is unlawful to kill night hawks, the Citizens Bank for tendering us the means as "bull bats". director's room for a club rooni. crops of other varieties, there is also commonly known Many of these birds have been killed an abundant crop of thcjuicy pawpaws The Best Looking Colored School Association. this season and local lovers of that by hunters for the mere sport, not The Best Baker fruit are living high. Lots of paw even valuing the flesh for food, but in The colored teachers of Garrard and paws make fat possums, and they too future their sport is liable to cost them Boyle counties will hold their joint a fine. The Most Durable will soon be ripe. association in Danville on Saturday riRCJILL AUULJIU YDlfX 19th' Prof. Joseph Burns, October Come In Saturday. IT'S Didn't Want The Machine. Range Made. principal of the local colored school is Come in next Saturday and lend your Mr. C. C. McClure of the Paint Lick president of the association and is presence to the cause of education. the section held the ticket no. 7494 which on the programme for an address. If you buy one of these Ranges during The School Fair to be held on that day drew the automobile in Cummins & will be interesting, there will be exer- Mrs. W. H. Browu Undergoes Operation. the week of this exhibit, we will make you McClary's drawing at Stanford last cises by the children, good music and a a present of a set of high grade cooking ware week. Mr.McClure did not care for the number of splendid speakers. Bricg Mrs. W. H. Brown, wife of Master machine and in lieu thereof was given including four large pieces of Pure Alum-- m your wife and family and come and Commissioner W. H. Brown, has jgy a check for $500. returned from Stanfort where she urge your neignbors to do likewise. inum. This offer is stood for this week only. recently underwent an operation. Her Work On School. and is a rare opportunity. Be sure and take many friends will be glad to know that Sterling Ynung Democrat. she is improving rapidly and hopes soon Contractor Raymond has been takJohn M. Farra, the hustling and pop0 to be entirely restored to health. ing advantage of the unusually pretty ular young Democrat of Garrard, has The Exhibition of Cooking in Paper Bags will Interest You, weather and is rushing the work on been appointed the Eighth District's Let Have It. the Graded school building. A large member of a Young Men's Wilson Buforce of bricklayers arrived from The good ladies of the community, reau, which has been organized to push theis week and the work of lay- thr. cause of the Democratic candidate tired as they justly may be of seeing ing brick is going on rapidly. It is among the unsightly condition of the park, the young men of the State. hoped to have the structure completed Danville are trying to make some arrangements Messenger. soon after the first of the new year. to beautify it and make it a little more presentable. It is very much to be They Are Prospering. Keep Up With The Times. .. .,..-. .. hoped that the city, the county or In recent years many of the best rne saies, Come and swell the crowd, increase whoever owns it will make them a fee The Harrodsburg Herald bemoans farms sold in Clark, Fayette, Bourbon, simple title to it, in which event we the establishment of Free City Delivery Boyle and Garrard counties have been are fully satisfied it will quickly become mail there because of the fact that of reduce the cost. purchased by men coming from the a tning of beauty instead of something the streets will have to be placarded mountain sections, which shows that of which we all are ashamed as it is in at the corners, houses numbered and the mountaineers are merchants sending out bills will have Only last week a farm of 122 acres was its presnt condition. to put on two cents instead of one as sold in Garrard for $12,000. Jessamine Elam. postage. And yet Harrodsburg is look News. ing forward to securing the extension Edscar Elam aged 21 years, son of A Chance For Our Proverbial Courtesy. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Elam, who live a of the Electric line from Nicholasville ; through this section. A careful perusual of the Kentucky few miles from town on the Fall Lick election laws divulges the fact that pike died at the home of his parents on Ledford. there is no provision for separate last Sunday and his remains were inMrs. James Ledford dici at her booths for women at the coming elec- terred in the Goshen cemetery on Monhome near Lowell on last Friday night tion. However, our proverbal chivalry day afternoon. Young Elam was takpresumably of heart disease. The de- will precude the possibility of any wo- en ill about two weeks ago with ear ceased was 24 years of age. Her re- man receiving rude treatment at the ache, he suffered several convulsions mains were interred in the cemetery hands of the male voters. The old rule and no relief could be afforded him at Manse on last Sunday. Mrs. Led- - of "ladles first" will apply by courtesy. that would prove permanent. Young Elam was a bright industrious young ford's death is a peculiarly sad one beman and held the respect of all who Denny Bros. Sale. cause of the fact that she was married knew him. Much sympathy is expressonly a couple of weeks ago, on the Those in search of high grade stock 25th, day of September. Before her will find a rare opportunity at Denny ed for the parents in their distress. marriage she was Miss Lou Finley of Bros, sale which will take place near Mr. Elam is one of the best citizens in the county and has been particularly Lowell. &33&32CSC&32$33g33 Point Leavell in this county on the in the last few years; 24th inst, an advertisement of which unfortunate while cutting wood he lost an eye from appears elsewhere in this issue. There a flying splinter, and about eighteen is some high class milk stock, mules months since another son, Calvin Elam, and horses to be placed under the hamwas killed in Paris Ky. during an mer; also one of the most desirable electrical storm, he being employed by small farms in the county. a telephone company and up a pole when he came in contact with a charged Annual Weighing Of Mail. wire. The force at the local post office is Anderson. busily engaged in the annual task of Mr. William P. Anderson died at his weighing the mail. This is no small job as all the mail must be classified, home on Water street in this city Moncounted and weighed, and this" necess- day morning after a few weeks illness itates the employees arising before the of typhoid fever. His remains were average person thinks of leaving his interred in the Old Paint Lick cemet-ar- y on Tuesday afternoon after funeral bed, in order to have the mail ready for delivery at 7 o'clock, so do not grow services at the grave by Rev. 0. P. impatient if they shuiild be a few minu- Bush assisted by Rev. F. M. Tinder. tes late, remember they have done al- The funeral was conducted under the most a days work'while you were sleap-in- g auspices of the Odd Fellows, he being in order that yon might have early a member of the local lodge of that order. accommodation. Mr. Anderson was 38 years of age Off For Rockcastle. and is survived by his wife, who is a sister of Messrs. James and John Conn John M. Farra and R. L. Elkin left of this city, and by six small children. on last Saturday for Rockcastle Springs Also by his mother and father, Mr. and for a weeks fishing, going through the Mrs. W. P. Anderson of the Paint Lick country and driving a mule. It seems section, fcur brothers and five sisters. rather strange that these gentlemen Mr. Anderson was stricken with ty Complete line of Fanious White Horse Brand Can Goods should take this long trip in view of the was phoid several weeks ago, but fact that the new game laws are being thought that the disease was in it mild O a so rigidly enforced and some of our form and he was doing nicely until last local Nimrods are occasionally "getting Friday when the disease assumed a a bite," in Dix river. However, they more malignant form, and from that W will have the advantage of having no -3 time he grew steadily worse until the one to deny the authenticity of the end came. miraculous stories of their catch which Mr. Anderson was born and reared in they will tell on their retqrn. the Paint Lick section, a son of Mr, as Park Anderson, and was one of the Mrs. McWhorter Improving. most highly respected farmers of that As stated in our last issue Mrs. E. locality. About a year ago become to C. McWhorter was operated on at the Lancaster to take charge of the FarDeaconess Hospital in Lonisville. Dr. mers Union Supply Co., which position McMurtry made the operation and the he resigned recently and. expected to. CELERY CRANBERRIES. rnany friends of Mrs. McWhorter wjH return to his farm Wth the coming of he glad to know that (he operatipn. was the n.ew year. Of a jovial heaity disci a success in eyery way and that she is position, with, a cheerful word and a Our New Line of in road to recovery. Mr, cordial handshake for aU with whom on the rapjd McWhorter has been in Louisville with he came in contact, he. has made a host m her but returned home a few days ago of friends since he has been in Lancas fco look after advert sing his sale, ter. He was prominent in church and. --3 Mrs. McWhorter will be confined to. fraternal circles and was a splendid M citizen, and a vast number of friends the hospital for several weeks more. X and acquaintances throughout the has just come in. county will join the Record in symAnnual Warning. .A. look will convince you that we can save you money on anything for the bereaved family. CO The time is close at hand when it pathy M will become necessary to build. ires in Aditional Subscriptions to Desecratk to wear garments. We buy these lines from the very in Ladies ready Be sure Jand try a bottle of our w unused fireplaces and grates. First Canpaigi Find. w look well to your insurance, see that best Manufacturers in New York. We take great pleasure in showing Momarit brand of $5.00. your policy is in full force, so that in Dave Sanders 55 you through, If we havn't what you want we will order it on approvcase of accident you will be protected. J. F. Robinson $5.00. Next see that all the paper with which Ashby Arnold al i it for you in a short time. .....po.uo. the flues have been stopped during the u. L waiKer ........ The best that is made. $3.00.. heated season are removed, get a mas W. L. Lawson $2.00. on to look at your chimneys and see G. B. Swinebroad 3.00. that all flues and chimneys are tight, W. H. Brown "o $1.00.. birds often pick out the mortar and Eph. Brown leave holes through which fire may V. A. Lear $2.50. $1,00 make its way; then build a small fire W. L. Hufhnan CO, first and watch it. carefully until you Wm. Bland $1.00. are sure all is safe,' "A stitch in time Ch.as. Poindex.ter $1.00 saves nine." J. R;. Mount. Chairman. spoof) UBOpuwg awoHSJlilM. snourei jo ann ejaxdmoo GET IN THE SWIM T UC I tlb n ill (IP If AN lit Allways Preferable mjie4Me "THE S" rf i The tide is coming, our bus- iness is growing, and we are compelled to carry a larger stock of Buggies, Hardware and Farming Implements 3TECL-M-.U- L Wl The people have found a place where they can get good goods at fair prices. , 1 Cyn-thia- na y 1 October 21st to October 26th 1 fiiiiiliiililjliirijii MmmmuMmimmm Haselden Brothers We are putting in a full line of money-maker- s. OUR MOTTO: Live and Let Live. Heating1 and Cooking1' CQliN Lancaster, Ky. Fall oods LADIES' FINE We have received and have on display a complete line of and expect to sell them at rock bottom prices. See me before you buy. STOVES J. W. ROMANS. FOOT WEIR for fall and winter, comprising all the new styles in Patent Leather, Gun Metals, Tans, 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 S f Fresh Oysters, o o ments in Ladies' Suits, Goats and Dresses Mince Meat and Apple Butter -- o ail Tomato Catsup. H. T. LOGAN. I E- i 8 Theo. Currey. o o . .& f ...-.- . .1 sgK'?SSKrS?EWK9KSKa 0Q50&& $&&&&&&&&&$&&&&&&&$ &gi:si;&ig43s?'S3i:si:,sis3 Watch-Clothing-Purch- ases h' You must be careful with your Clothing purchases if you get the ALL WOOL kind that will not fade and turn brown. We handle the HART, OVERCOATS line which is guaranteed all wool and the finest Tailoring. SCHAFFNER $20.00, YOU & MARX House H3o333tfj$ttsa$3H3 and SUITS LET. US SHOW $22.50, $25.00 and $27.00 Of THE NEW THINGS. JAS. The Central Record We 3Cfi30aaC83S3SSSSSaS33C82QOQQC KsssEcesKssssasssassassssssassaa SMITH, $asa$30O3s Quality. xasss4ss!sasisB$-s-- oo00s33s33 Thurman-Thom- as. are authorized to announce Lucian Young Rear Admiral In The U. S. two years as Aide to the Secretary. Moss as a candidate for Mag1882 he was assigned to the steamWaltonE. In Miss Helen Thurman and Mr H. E. istrate in the first district of Garrard Navy And Well Known To Many er Kearsarge, on which he made an Thomas were made man and wife in incorporated. County, subject to the action of the extensive cruise of the West Indies. Louisville on last Thursday at the home 51.00 a year. democratic partv. Issued Weekly. Lancaster People Dies Of In 1863 he was appointed Lieutenant of the Rev. W . N. Briney, that gentleGarrard County Teachers Association, of the Junior Grade, and saw service man performing the ceremony. The We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n GREEN. CLAY WALKER. Editor. Hemorrhage Of The protecting American interests during happy couple left at once for an extenH. Estes as a candidate for the Peruvian Revolution, which pre- ded eastern tour and upon their return in the first district of Garrard Stomach In A Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., county, subject to the action of the vailed during the spring of 1885. On will make their home at Horse Cave. ' as Second-Clas- s Mall Matter. democratic party. May 1, 1884, he began his service as The bride is well known in Garrard New York Member Kentucky Press Association a full commissioned Lieutenant. and surrounding counties, having for MORNING SESSION. We are authorized to announce! ond Hotel. PROMINENT IN SPANISH WAR. many years been a popular school Charles C. Becker as a candidate for 10:00. a. m. Chorus, "Kentucky School-.-,School Children. Eighth District Publishers League. Magistrate in the second district of The war with Spain presented to teacher in the locality. She is well county, subject to the action Garrard Rev. O. P. Bush, Pastor Baptist Church. Rear Admiral Lucien Young, U. S. Lieutenant Young the desired oppor- known and has many friends in Lan- Invocation of the democratic party. Lancaster, Ky., October 11, 1912. tunity to serve his country in actual caster where she frequently spent a Address Waldorf-Astori- a N. died at the hotel in Hon. Barksdale Hamlett, Superintendent Public Instruction. New York on last Friday after a short war, and although still on sick leave great portion of her vacaticn period We are authorized to announce TayDr. J. G. Crabbe, President Kentucky State Normal" School, he applied for and was ordered to com- with her intimate friend Mrs U. D. Address illness, the Rates For Political Announcements lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- blood vessel result of the rupture of a mand the United States steamer Hist, Simpson. Miss Thurman was a very Richmond, Ky. of the stomach. istrate in the second district of GarFor Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 rard county, subject to the action of Admiral Young was well known and and after fitting out his vessel he joined cultured and lovable lady and Mr Thom- Address Prof. Milton Elliott, Frankfort, Ky. 10.00 the democratic partv. or County Offices off as is to be congratulated on winning had many friends in Lancaster, he the fleet of Admiral Sampson Address, Miss Aubyn Chinn, Subject, "The Home in the School." 15.00 For State and District Offices such a bride. The groom is a well having made frequent visits here when Santiago, Cuba. .10 We are authorized to announce Davis his mother and brother Mrs. Jane For Calls, per line In the war he distinguished himself known business man of Horse Cave Ky. Address Prof. D. W. Bridges, Superintendent Richmond Schools. 10 Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate For Cards, per line for his bravery and quickness of acin the first Magisterial distiict of Gar- Young and Dr. F. O. Young resided Address Prof. J. W. Ireland, Superintendent Stanford Schools. For all publications in the intertion, taking part in numerous engage- Killing In Richmond Monday. Brack Mau-pi- n rard county, subject to the action of here. expresest of individuals or the democratic party. Many of Kentuckians have distin- ments. He was promoted to the rank Kills James Farris. sion of individual views, per guished themselves in various ways, of Rear Admiral in 1910, and held this Spelling Contest. On last Monday county court day in 10 line but few have won the signal distinction appointment at the time of his death. Richmond Ky. in How the mighty have fallen. front of Azbill.s 05 Obituaries, per line In addition to being a soldier, sailor, in tne manner in which Admiral Young AFTER-NOOSESSION. ', author Roosevelt, livery stable on Main street Brack won his honors. The following sketch and an officer of the highest rank, Adand foremost citizen of the United miral Young was also an author, hav- Maupin killed James Farris, shooting 1:00 Music By Prof. J. W. Ireland Stanford. Ky. from the DEMOCRATIC TICKET. states, a few years ago, made a tour taken a brief historyLexington Herald ing written words on navigation, Peru, him several times and then stepping gives of Admiral Young of the Old World during which he was astride his prostrate body cut his and other subjects." FOR PRESIDENT wined and dined by crowned heads and together with a synopsis of his various throat with a pocket knife. Maupin His remains were interred in the Declamatory Contest. WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey hailed as one of the greatest men service and promotions: was arrested and was allowed a guard beautiful Arlington cemetery at "Rear Admiral Lucien Young was who had ever crossed the pond to hob at his own expense. He would vouchsafe FOR Supt. T. J. Coats, State Supervisor Rural Schools, Frankfort, Ky. nob with them. Now Mr. Roosevelt is born in Lexington on March 31. 1852, no reason for his deed save that he Address THOMAS R. MARSHALL, would establish a good defense. An Address forced to the dire extremity of defend- and was sixty years old at the time of Of Indiana Mrs. Geo. D. Robinson, President of Woman's Club. Mrs. J. D. Gulley Buys Property. old grudge is said to have been the ing the manner in which he received his death. His career as a naval ofFor Congress. . ...Prof. J. W. Newman, State Commissioner of Agriculture campaign funds for his last campaign, ficer, from the time he left Lexington, The real estate firm of Hughes & cause of the trouble between the two Address HARVEY HELM, while still a boy, until he was appoint- Swinebroad sold for Dr. D. F. Smith men. Maupin is 60 years of age and is Frankfort, Ky. before a Senate Investigating of Lincoln. Nor is this all, Hon. William ed Rear Admiral in the United States the Lancaster Hospital property for a prominent farmer of the Kingston Address Prof. J. E. Calfee, Berea, Kr. For Commonwealth's Attorney Jennings Bryan accuses Ma Roosevelt Navy March 17, 1910, has been one of $3375. Dr. Smith during his stay here neighborhood. He has a wife and Address Hon. M. Henry Rhodes, State Supervisor High Schools, FrankEMMET V. PURYEAR, of stealing his progressive ideas from heroic deeds, which have reflected has made many warm friends as well several grown children. The dead man fort, Ky. honor upon the place of his birth. of Boyle. the democratic party, and now the last as to build up a lucrative practice, but was 65 years of age snd formerly resided He was tne son of Richard Bosworth a splendid call in eastern Kentucky in Madison county in the same locality Announcement of Prizes Prof. J. L. Riley, Superintendent LancaaUr straw to break the camel's back is to Graded School. accuse him of being a plagiarist. A and Jane Ellen Youdg, and was for a prompted him to sell. There are many as Maupin, but in recent years he has For County Judge. reader of the Chicago Tribune has dug time a student at Transylvania Uni here who will regret the lo3S of Dr. made his home in Lawrenceburg. He Dismissal Rev. F. M. Tinder Pastor Christian Church. We are authorized to announce Clay- up a copy of that paper of fifteen years versity. At the age of 17 he was ap- Smith and his family. is survived by a wife and one son. candidate for Coun- ago, in which our own ton A. Arnold as a Evan Settle, he- pointed to the United States Naval ty Judge of Garrard County subject to Academy from Kentucky and graduaBreckenridge-Owens-Settl- e ro of the famous the action of the democratic party. 3$3xSxSxSxg$xS3S legislative contest in the seventh ted from that institution in 1873. On May 31, 1873, he became a midWe are authorized to announce district, in a speech before congress James A. Beazley as a candidate for made use of the words recently made shipman and was ordered to the United aCounty Judge of Garrard county, subuse of by Mr Roosevelt and heralded States steamer, Alaska, then fitting ject to the action of the Democratic the country over as originating with out at the New York Navy Yard and party. if B him, "we stand at Agamemnon and we bound for a European Station, This 2 first experience of Midshipman Young battle for the Lord." For Sheriff. : on the sea in actual service was mark53 Wp are authorized to announce C. A. ed by an accident which illustrated the j Democrats cannot afford to be idle courage of the man, who was destined Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of x County, subject to the action now days, the battle is won, but it to become a Garrard y officer. of the Democratic party. muBt be held until after Nov. 4th. While the Alaska was running under H K authorized to announce There must be no wearying in well do- a full head of steam in a rough sea, a K We are ing. It behooves every democrat to go disabled Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff IV sefman was knocked over H of Garrard county, subject to the ac- into his precinct and preach the doc- board, and the young Kentuckian, The Wooltex Fall Style bears the fitting tion of the democratic party. trine of democracy unstingingly and throwing himself into the sea, rescued unceasingly1, let there be no loss of the man from drowning amid the title, "The Styles That Are Coming in." We are authorized to announce W. for sheriff of Garrard what we have already gained because cheers of his comrades. L. Lawson county, subject to the action 01 the of lack of interest, or overconfidence The introduction and fashion information Thanked by Portugal's king. democratic party. The Cincinaati Enquirer of last SunOn another occasion he risked his day says that Wilson has the have been written by Mme. Savarie, the We are authorized to announce W. S. is own life off Lisbon to rescue five ship- won but that Taft Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of race style-authori- ty widely-celebrate- d on correct Garrard county, subject to the action gaining ground in the east and west, I wrecked seaman, and as a reward re party. of the Democratic and that Roosevelt is not to be consid- ceived the personal thanks of the King wear for women. ered, is out of the running, Democrat- of Portugal. A medal of honor was For Assessor. ic apathy will be found responsible for suggested by the Portugese governIllustrations are by Alonza Kimball, faWe have the op- ment authorities, but this was declined We are authorized to announce Dave every Taft gain. mous painter, and Miss M. E. Musselman, C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor portunity to win, let us sieze it, and by him. of Garrard county subject to the ac- work untiringly until the close of the He was promoted to Ensign on July leading fashion artist of The Ladies' Home tion of the democratic psrty. polls, if we are sure of the victory, 16, 1874, and was ordered to the steamer Huron on the North Atlantic StaWe are authorized to announce Mr. then let us roll up the majority. Journal staff. tion. The Huron was wrecked off E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomination of Assessor of Garrard County, Nag's Head on the coast of North Wooltex creations every season attain a subject to the action of the democratic .The Sunday excursion season is about Carolina on the morning of November party. over and soon will begin the influx of 24, 18Z7. higher standard of excellence and are copied our colored population who are wont to We are authorized to announce J. B. CONGRESS VOTES HIM MEDAL widely. Collier as a candidate for the nomina- summer "across the river." There is This wreck was one of the most ortion for assessor of Garrard county, going to be lots of work in Lancaster a subject to the action of the democratic and the county this winter and hands dinary in the history of the navy and The Wooltex Style Book is therefore party. N qpHB will be in great demand, and it should the rescue work and heroism of Ensign 'W'ocmrEX II more than a mere exposition of Wooltex styles. Young made him famous. In an efalWe are authorized to announce W. be seen to that this gentry are not L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- lowed to spend the winter in .idleness, fort to save the men, he volunteered to or of Garrard county subject to the living off the industry of their more in- swim ashore in the rough sea with a It is a recognized fashion authority, containiag original copies of the best models action of the Democratic party. dustrious fellows. No excuse for idle- line, which sfter several attempts he together with those of the Wooltex staff of artists. designed by French master-designer- s, ness, get out the statutes, look up the succeeded in doing. SaperiitendaMt. Fer Scfod The Huron had 132 officers and men vagrancy law, and apply it where there Wooltex Style Books are free. Call and get one. were announce Miss is unnecessary loafing. The law is be- on board, of which thirty-fou- r We are authorized to Jennie Higgins as a candidate for ing rigidly enforced against the truants saved. The press of the country prais. If you live out of town, write and we will send it to you. School Superintendant for Garrard and the pot hunters, now lets include ed the young Kentuckian, who was apcounty, subject to the action of the pointed by the President to a master's the vags in our lists of undesirables, Democratic party. berth and advanced by special act of Col. Rooseyelt before the Senate Inr Congress, received a medal of the first Fer Jailer. vestigating Committee in Washington class from Congress, a sword from the We are authorized to announce Jack State of Kentucky and was made an Adams as a candidate foe Jailer 0 Gar- made an able defence of his own actions honorary member of the Kentucky rard county, subject to the action of and incidentally placed Ananias in the the Democratic party. position of a Sunday school teacher in Legislature. SERVICE BRJNGS PROMOTION. comparison with himself. The Colonel's We are authorized to announce Dave FWW-JGar- memory failed him on a good many Jn 'recognition of bis record on the Ross as a candidate for Jailer of rard county, subject to the action of vital points, and the thread of his ar- Huron, "Young was promoted to the ,. gument was to "investigate the others" rank of Master and given command of the Democratic partv. a detachment of sajlors and marines pji Far Magistrate. Prof. Dinsmore's voice has failed the steamer Portsmouth, for duty at We. are authorized to announce him. We expected his legs to fail him the Exposition Universal of Paris. Op John N. White as a candidate for before the race became heated, but April 5, 1880, he was ordered to the Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of we surely expected his voice to" "6ut- - Bureau of Equipment and Recruiting stripe his legs. Department of the Navy and served ISxSxJx the democratic party. PROGRAM Mag-strat- e, Court House, October 12th, " 1912. nt, N VICE-PRESIDEN- T. J Com-mittte- e. t 3 - The Newest Styles from the newWooltex Style Book. note-worth- s r , Stotsb That gsiLg -- A. B. ROBERTSON T1 & BR0. The Store That Sells Wooltex. 1 - DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. t 0 n .'.. B.Si. , C-JtS 'itiiViTn m i iNifi.WrS-m.C--- a ,1 ..riii-- - ni ill ii- ii i, y... - - !. ite.jK.i.Tiii-mM-Br- . r .... Tiir-r.-!- ,- ,.reusacsaaeaacwcwgaag , .,--.-.- -. a I I I f 1 111 w !D Surplus Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. I Ieh ta If you dont buy your coal from us before prices advance again. & EP ki E3I We have them. tai m Jt ! We are offering ii AS - I I m GENUINE STRAIGHT CREEK COAL at summer prices. Wheft you do fall seeding, buy the best of seed. Think of it and act quickly. I WHEAT, BARLEY, RYE, and TIMOTHY SEED Sm TET O MT Because It's for One Tiling &L Only, and JEK XT mrJk G 3S 3S uSSMS. NCE 1 WWL THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. $.G00. X A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Emdry, Afs't Cashier. J. L. Gill, A Safety Ij I Deposit WE SOLICIT Cochran, Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. & Stormes, S. C. Denny. Alex R. Der.ny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. A gentleman whose tnrri talks are known throughout the world tells the following on himself: Lancaster People Appreciate This "I was booked for fc (ecture one aight at a little place l& Scotland four Nothing can be good for everything. -miles from a railway station. " '" Doing one thing well brings success "The 'chairman' ot the occasion, Doan's Kidney Pills are for one thing after introducing me as 'the mon STAND AND ALIGHTING BOARD wha's coom here txu. broaden oor inonly. tellects,' said that he relt that a wee For weak and disordered kidneys. Rough Lumber Win Do for Sides and bit of prayer would not be out of Here is reliable evidence of their Ends Care Must Be Exercised place. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. worth. to Have It Level. "'Oh Lard,' h continued, 'put It Mrs. A. Camden, Rowland, Ky.,says lfllVlffffLflTl'P'fr Intae the heart of this mon tae speak "At the time I began using Doan's A good bottom board which can be the truth, the hale truth, and naething Kidney Pills about two years ago I was easily made 1b here Illustrated. One but the truth, and gle us grace tae ECZEMA? TRY7EM0 l suffering intensely from kidney com- can make it of rough lumber for the understan' him.' raaSEIki B plaint. When I stooped I could hardly sides and end, and old box lumber "Then, with a, glance at me, the Has Cured Worst Cases And You Can straighten unless someone gave me as- will do for the bottom. In setting It chairman said, Tve been a traveler sistance. Dark spots often floated be- the only care necessary is to have it myself!' " Lippincott's. Prove It For Only 25 Cents. 'II VV PrlfU AWwv. a- - .We Write Anv Kind of INSURA Office at National Bank. Phone 27. BEAZLEY & COLLliSR 'JJ'-l- fill s'rUftLlli M A I--- OF 5533Sr!r,333SSrSS-S33HX3'- g B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Frist. ORGANIZED 1SS3. fore my eyes and my head pained me level on top. I make mine "with a inch until I was almost crazy. A neighbor at the back end which slants told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and to a inch space in the front, says I got a box. I took them according to a writer In the Farm and Home. En- Jirections and they helped me from the nrst. My system is now as free from cidney complaint as if I had never had -- bee-spac-e -- a Citizens National Bank i OF LANCASTER, KY. 4- - t." For sale by all dealers. Foster-Milbur- Price 50 cts. and Hive Stand and Alighting Board. n Co.. Buffalo, New York, V -- 4 Ii P CAPITAL $50,000. W. SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. sole agents for the United States. Remember the name Doan's take no other. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. BHYAM'KVILLE Come to the pie supper Oct 18 at the School House. Mrs Welsh is visiting in Richmond for a few weeks. S Miss Bessie Singleton spent the week end in Stanfoid. T. Mrs Harvey Dean spent part of the week visiting at Sulphur Well. Mrs Clubb of Jessamine county is visiting her sister Mrs Charlie Dean. Mrs Fannie Bryant and sister Mrs Poor, of Indiana are visiting in Lancaster this week. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. trance in the summer Is left full inch deep and the width of the hive. Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. Prompt Attention. V - ' k ' "A 1 v hf -- L w What is the most trying position in which an actress was ever put on the !3iyVJ5T?&LJSZ3 stage? Mrs. E. Ward in her "Reminiscences" tells of a predicament of Mme. Vestris, while playing the principal role in an opera, which will take some beating. "Owing to the vehemence of her acting Mme. Vestris' false teeth suddenly became loose. With sly movements of her tapering on fingers the famous singer endeavored Breathe Hyomei And Fnd to coax them b.ick: but. finding it was z I -- J Catarrh. r-7of no avail and perceiving there was ;. v .r n no other alternative, she suddenly turn- If you really want to get rid of vile .Vriof.-w' ed her back on the audience, and. tak pap: never nceccd ren Li Catarrh why not give Booth's HYOMEI , ,fc?.35---3 . Jsa ", 'trv.li ' xi re? .. . &aS SOME SECRETS OF TOMATOES "l2"-toesct ary Lr.d, nesci 3 L r'r laS Si First Caterpillar Any engagement ing the plate right out of her mouth, treatment a fair trial. carefully readjusted it. Then she finnext week? R. E McRoberts is authorized to refund Runners or Shoots Should Be Pinched ished her song." Second Caterpillar What's up? your money if you think you have not Off, Allowing But One Main Vine First Caterpillar I shall expect you been benefited, and on that basis every to Establish Growth. SlG'TTi-rco- f fi I at my coming out. Lrh fcing-pro!C Catarrh victim in Lancaster ought to Mi-o-n- a Stomach Tablets Dc".'l !. '" tVt reef fr t'.jc rev b!d!rc the eld, start to banish Catanh this very day. In choosing tomato plants for grow.i.ipr1 Sf ' - - Ight :.?ctzl ShJic'as. The "Execution." !!S t' i ni !".HYOMEI is a soothing, healing anti- ing prize tomatoes, do not select tree It Isn't so much the song he sings, Banish Dyspepsia And Keep Stomach In septic air made from Australian Euco-lypt- tomatoes, as they are not prolific, but As the way the singer sings It: Apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roo.fing Co., Philadelphia pick out some good, smooth, meaty and other antiseptics; it kills It isn't the ball the pitcher flings. Good Condition. So much as the way he flings It. Catarrh germs and contains no poisonous variety. Set the plant on the south side of the stake, about four Inches drugs. Simple instructions for use in from it, and train same to stake as it Unexplained. No matter how long you have suffered each package. Complete outfit, $1.00, grows, tying with binder twine or "I wonder what those London suffra- from a miserable upset stomach, indiextra bottles, 50c. cloth strings, which are preferable. gettes were throMrfng at?" gestion ar gastritis, will end Many times when the vines are very "Why, the papers are full of it." your troubles or R. E. McRobert3 will 31t. Hebron rank two branches will start to grow "I haven't seen it mentioned." from the top, but clip one off, allow"Why, every paper tells how they refund your money. Bros Mr J. E. Sherrow was in Lexington ing only one to grow to a height of broke the plate glass windows." This same offer applies to distress five feet, then clip the tops, and keep Saturday. "I know it; but not a single paper after eating, gas, food fermentation, Here are ten brands of tobacco. All of you know their worth, heaviness, sourness, sea or car sickness Mrs Peachie Grow is v."ith relatives them clipped, which will hasten the tells what they were throwing at." for you supply the leaf. It comes from your,ovn tobacco farms. ripening, and convert all the strength and vomiting of pregnancy. in Jessamine. repreMost of you smoke or chew one of these brands, for they of the vine into fruit. No matter what ails your stomaoh, Bringing Down the Average. none Mrs Lucy Montgomery is seriously sent the cream of Tour crops. You know of none better, When the plants are eight or ten put your faith in Stomach Mrs. Gotham I am informed that ill at this writing, richer, and you know that each sale brings a profit to you. You f inches high, little runners or shoots will appear in the forks. Here, writes the New York telephone calls average Tablets, a prescriptiom that succeeds are partners in each of these brands. Here's a way to inctcasc Mr Edd Glow sold a hunch of i hogs after all others fail. Large box 50 centn C. P. Bowlesly in the Farm and Home, a minute and a half in length. your profits on each. to C. A. Arnold at 8c. per pound. Mr. Gotham Yes, dear; you see. America over. Free trial treatment Is where the whole secret lies. These Born to Mr and Mrs Jessie Dnncan runners sap the main vine and turn there are so many men using the tele- from Booth's Buffalo, N. Y. tobicco should be everv S7iioler's and on the 1st a girl christined Christine. all the strength nto vines instead of phone that It brings down the aver- A postal request will do. 40,000 Partner-Salesme- n chczcer's choice since it is j our choicest age." 40.000 each telling We want 40,000 more salesmen and j ou. jrou.t. will thusmen, a powerful ten Miss Hattie Duncan of Buena Vista tomatoes. When Xhey appear pinch get lnends, Mr. Grower, arc one tnat we want. We is the guest of Miss Ollie Crawford. them off and allow only one main vine to nearly 400.000. If each of ant yon to work with us, to help sell to grow. The fruit buds or blossoms tii-Barberous. brands, and thus increase jout those fn nds tell tive others, nearly Mr J. E, Shenow bought of Wm. will icventte from them. Your cooperation, 2.000,000 men are affected. Think what also appear in the same fork, but Browne Dabbler has just had a make-othese an increase this would individually, can result m gigantic hales.. Onstott a mule colt, price $75., he also do not disturb them. Keep clipping heavy weight lifted from his mind. Here's, how it works, out. brands in one section. You are selling sold to Mr. Onstott two calves for $35. out the runners every time you find Green One of his stock jobbing to us. We are helling to them. So let us work jointly to sell the utmost that Miss Lavina Montgomery who has any or when you cultivate them. The deals turn out better than he expectLet Each Man Tell we can. been confined to her room for more fruit will be nice, early, clean, handy ed?" to pick, a great improvement over the Ten Friends Browne No. He's, had his hair than a year is able to be out again. Tell Dealers, Too eld way. cut," Judge,. Let each of j ou growers tell ten Mesdames Edd and Will Grow and Tell dealers, too, when you buy these Garrard Circuit court. friends what you know of Strater Broi.' brands, what you know of their quality. little daughter Lucy spedt last Tuesday Branch Brands, the brands for which Plaintiffs, Wm. Ray, et al, MAKING HEAVY WAGON JACK Persuasion. you grow the leaf. Always keep one of Let them know of their nation-widwith Mrs J. A. Clark near Danville. VS. brands in your pocket and give to popularity, how they repeat, and how these "What made Mr. Chuggins buy an these friends to try. Explain that the they make triends of consumers. Mr and Mrs J. E. Sherrow were in List of Material Required for Simple automobile?" Defendant. Stella Ford Ray, BOOSTER OF BURLEY GROWpick of your crop and BE A leaves were the Jessamine, Fayette and Woodford "His wife persuaded him by calling Pursuant to a judgement rendered and Extremely Handy Implement BRANDS, till" boosting the sales and no better crops are grown. Point ERS' that out the reasons why thebe brands of your profits. counties last Monday looking for a lohis attention to the economy of hav- herein at the June Term, 1912. the Is Quito Small. ing gasoline on hand rto clean gloves undersigned Commissioner will sell at cation. Dublic auction, before the Court House Four pieces of wood, three bolts, with." TO ALL DEALERS WHO SELL TOBACCO Mr and Mrs Charlie Duncan are very Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock two screws and one piece of wire I They are made These brands of tobacco are famous sellers as all w h,o sell them A. M. or thereabouts on happy over the arrival of a baby girl from the best, from the cream of the crop?, irom forty thousand larms. 'I hey form the completes the list of material reAnd Maybe the Maid. Put thera into our stock for a trial and greatest repeaters known, a steady source who arrived on the 28th, The baby has quired for a very simple j MONDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1912. and handy r, i. ou sell them one week see what they do. Youw ill sell them Young Mistress Do you think my been named Grace, wagon jack, says the Homestead. Ernest really loves me, Emmy? it haincr tlip first, dav of a Garrard DAY'S WORK-O- N JQE 7 WiST-CForChewins-INDEX-THE One piece of 2 by 4 hardwood, 2 Mr Orlem Thompson and sister Jean Maid Of course, he's such a nice Connty Court term, the real estate MATIT.AL LEAF. are victims of typhoid fever. A nurse feet, 6 Inches long for the main up- young man; he likes all the girls. mentioned in the pleadings and desSTRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH cribed as follows, to wit: from Lexington arrived Friday to take right; one piece of 1 by 4 hardwood, 2 Fllegende Blaetter. Tr, (larrar-f7iiintv TCentuckv on the feet long for lever, one piece 1 by 4 BURLEY T03ACCO COMPANY, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. 3) charge of the cases. T?iiL-athirnnil--p rnad near the nost hardwood, with notches. HI8 IDEA OF SUCCESS. Mrs Landrum Burdete of Kokomo, office of Buckeye, and is bounded by One piece of stuff 10 Inches mmiszEti-M' ii m imifciKfcfirwTininiMif the lands of John Brown, Linsey Ray Ind., and sister Mrs Will Vanderpool square for the base. and Dr. J. S. Gilbert, and contains Bur-gi- n and little daughter Edna Mae of The lever is secured to the upright ?rtwmrT,ttz&z7x&5m&Y about 13 acres and some poles. with half-incbolt 3 inches long. are with relatives in this vicinity. The tiurnose of this sale is to satisfy The piece with the notches Is fasta debt of Margaret L. Marksbury, ened to the lever with a half-inc- h debt and interest amounting to date of Stop Hair Falling- - y. sale ?524.25, ana estimateu costoi uie If Progressive you should know and bank with a Growing action $10(00, and for a distribution of It won't cost you a cent to prove that o the remaining proceeds among the Institution. you can stop falling hair and prevent nnfi'tlod tn ropiv name for which baldness, for R. E. McRoberts & Son judgment has been rendered in the Report of the condition of will supply you with a bottle of above styled action. PARISIAN Sage and if you are not TERMS: This sale will be made on o .wlif R nnd 12 months and the satisfied with the result they will refund purchaser will be required to execute the full purchase prica. bonds with approved security for the at the close of business September 4th, 1912. The same guarantee applies to danpurchase price due in six and twelve druff, splitting hair, faded hair or scalp months Deanng mieresi at me rate oi RESOURCES LIABILITIES. $ 125,010 02 six per cent per annum from date until itch. Loans $ 50.(100 00 Capital noirt Vmvincr the force and effect of a Reserve PARISIAN Sage is the most delightful, Surplus 1,500 00 Cash, cash items and due judgment upon which execution may 23&5T.82 from Banks refreshing and invigorating hair dress. 1,491 Sp U. Profits issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master 66J 3 Current Expenses 102,8)p J8 Deposits...... ing in the world. It preserves the nat8,000 10 BauklnsrHouee Commissioner 01 tne uarrara circuit 10.00O 00 Bills Payable Furniture and Fixtures 5.800 00 Cnnrh anr? a Hon roil! he rpserved nnnn ural color of the hair and imparts to it A Heavy Wagon Jack. including safety vault tti9 00' Tax Reserve: all the property sold until all the pur3.432 55 a glossy appearance that all admire. Overdrafts .(Sec &. U Sec) Tve .written fleeal-plays.chase money is paid. $IG0,2'J1 31 bolt, and the plfece of wire that $100,201 31 Total Total Assetts Large bottle 50 cents at dealers "Did you met ifith success?" everywhere. The girl with the Auburn holds the notched' place in 'place is W. H. BROWN,. M. C. G. C. C. Attest: J. W. ELMORE, Cashier. "Yes. I one got a manuscript-o- f fastened to tba vpright' piecev wltl hair on every package. R. H. T,omJinson.Atty. qtf&e back fro a. manager." ' acrewjt i'" ' J. J. Walker, T. I.I. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. Lewis riw &$Sfi -- iiif it metal -- 'jS3SEDkSPSSITS Rccfc Put II . -- In spring and fall entrance stops are used to close it to a scant inch by 3 to 8 inches, according to the strength of the colony. strips, a, To make it, cut two with the top or short side the length of the hive and the bottom 4 Inches longer. Cut a strip the same width for the back and long enough to reach across the hive, less the thickness of the two sides. Nail strips Inside of. side pieces at the right height to bring the bottom up to where you get the desired bee space. Another board should be nailed across the front to come flush with the bottom boards and form an alighting board. A is side with cleat in position, b Is bottom board complete, c, entrance stop. Yes, try Zemo. That's all you need An article in one of the magazines do to get rid of the worst case of eczeon "The Menace of Cape Race" recalls ma. You take no chance, it is no exa little story. The priest at Trepas-se- periment. Zemo is positively guaranwhich is near the dangerous cape, teed to stop itching, rash, raw. bleedwas dining with Bishop Power of St ing eczema, make a pimpled face John. smooth and clean. Zemo is a wonder "How will your people get along this arid the minute applied it sinks in, winter?" asked tUe bishop. vanishes, leaves no evidence, doesn't "Very well, ray lord," was the priest's cheerful answer, "with the stick, no grease, just a pure, clean, wonderful liquid and it cures. This is help of God and a few wrecks." guaranteed. Zemo is put up by the E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis. AIRY ENGAGEMENT. Mo., and sold by all druggists at $1 for the largest bottle and at 25 cents for the liberal size trial bottle. Try one bottle and be convinced. R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store. Quite Matter of Fact. y, 25-ce- nt E3H! Horses, Mules, Cows, Etc. We will offer for sale to the highest bidder, at the J. N. Denny farm 4$ miles from Lancaster on the Richmond ami Lancaster pike, on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21th, 1912. the following real estate and personal r ill D ei j property t: The farm consists to-wi- of 91 A Trying Moment. l W s-- Ll -- 3 V St w 1 ira-t;rc- ci of rs-ro- of Mtt - - - us To 499Q09 Hurley Tobacco Growers Stockholders in Sirater -- Mi-0-N- A Branch Factory MI-O-N- good corn, tobacco and wheat land. 25 acres in cultivation and the remainder in grass. The farm is well fenced, has never failing water, good G room dwelling, good 20 foot cistern all necessary out buildings. 1 new stock barn 80x2G a.xl one tobacco barn 72x0. This farm lies on the Gooch pike close to school, store, railroad station and is a very desirable farm. Also at the same time and place will sell the following personal property 20 head of registered and high grade Jersey cows and heifers' 25 head of cows, steers and heifers, 1 pair of 5 year old mare mules, 1 pair of 6 year old mare mules, 1 pair of 9 year old mare mules, 1 pair of 6 year old horse mules, 4 six: year old mare mules, 4 two year oid mare mules, all well broke, 4 mare mule colts, 1 two year old mare by Rex Arbuckle. 1 two year okl gelding Arbuckle, dam Nell Preston, subject to register, 1 yearling stallion Arbuckle. dam Nell Preston, subject to register, 2 yearling fillies by Rex Ai buckle, 4 weanling colts by Rex Arbuckle, 4 brood mares in foal 1 brood mare in foal to Todd horse, 1 six year old driving mare, 1 five j ear old carriage horse, 1 binder, 1 Manure Spreader. Hay Rake, Cutting Harrows and Cultivators. 1 Spring wagon, buckboard. harness, etc. 170 bushels of extra gooI blue grass seed, about 5 car loads of of baled hay. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. Terms made known on day of sale. Dinner on the ground. W. B. & S. M. Denny. R. F. D. No. 1. Lancaster, Ky. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. by-Re- acres of x by-Re- to-Jac- Mc-Corm- ick MI-O-N- A, sales-messag- e M; Commissioner ' s Sale Of Land. Good for Evil. A more glorious victory cannot b gained over another maa than this, that when the Injury began on his part the kindness should begin on ours. Tillotson. e X,3U t causes heartburn, nausea, impure blood, and more trouble than many different kinds of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it forms are absorbed info your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try 562 stomach, nervousness, soar it f- -r ForSnokinc-GOLDEtiGLOW-PLT- .'rll' ?0,r-FULLP- AY BY UP SEl mmmmffimmma -- r ii ATTENTION. I h Tiiedfoifs Black-Draught to-da- par-;Q- the old, reliable, vegetable GarrardBank&TrustCo - liver powder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Mrs. Riley Laramore, of Goodwater, Alo., says: "I suffered for years from dyspepsia and heartburn Thedfora's in small doses, cured my heartburn in a few days, ana now I can eat without Black-Draught, distress." " it Insist on Thedford's Try fcggsaaissss&iifcfc 'iV.'v' m uS. M tfs-II ' 4 I I WilEes Surfeit 9 I II I I III! - ll I1IL I'lll "1 I I t I I I TTrrrr. fir ; c -- Vi all the newest designs rang t t Willie's mother was amazed, but Willie's Aunt Victoria was suspicious. His mother said she Just knew the i,iv,i'i .m-i child was ill and she held the medical " ? il ., It I'HJ I'll WM li thermometer under his tongue by Aunt Victoria main force, but bis l!,i,;ii"':ll. :l.l II j raised her eyebrows and narrowed her .i "T'TTTSTSr.i.'1 ??'.' Li! Jl" iwifa ' ltr"Tti? rTTT eyes while studying him. i r 'II II i.TTvjtn S : "? fr. LJ' vK" iti lll I ll '?! i u 'i i .' if The trouble was that Willie had not shrieked with joy when his mother had said that she would take him to the circus. He had not even seemed J M I l,.l' !'i "w nsflvy1iii ill, VI. mi R5C K?' nil ' ' ',i faintly Interested. It was an unheard ii i 'in "I .'Ill i r in mi. ii i ii'i i r - II i 'ill' .'it ft.' iv7r"i ''Mil of state of things! Hi ' li!l ;, . in. i "He hasn't any fever," announced ' , I. i !fS .! mother anxiously, consulting the his i ! , thermometer. "Does, your head ache, i' fsy.' ' sisslllt WsskSs&X llffiiJSfii - icliimfe&fl &; SHfffi feafPoW -darling?" i(irnt:trrrcf: wa.niiJuiin 'rrr?t'.rrt jz. ItrrinWUiiil TTTiTttHtHTrrr cnnTCStt3S .l xxjTTTir.Tfir I ,i' I fi11 ii i'i "Nope," Willie, said cheerfully. r ir i, "I never heard of a boy who wasn't ffiS5gS nil i perfectly crazy to go to a circus!" peril U iVii sisted his mother. "Why, usually rev ' I'r.-in-, 'i. i S 'ireaTVi.. i ..i ' f i i in : SSSMb.you worry the life out of me from the 33i ' ' ' time the posters are put up! You i P.(,i in , i acted that way when this circus first was announced, and I don't see are you sure you don't want to go?" "I'd ruther go play with Arthur ,Vn i ft iU i ; :l!i.6 Jones," Willie said, wriggling. He ' IQMOIU b) M .rti jiVKVfl I' .VS i i ''C? edged out of the door. ' :ii i,MS.i,iiv--i- r know he's going to bo sick," "I Just ft repeated his mother. i ii i ii'i i ii r i i j i i. .1 i i worry," said his Aunt ii "I wouldn't ff'iirv , ii l j." i Victoria. "He looks perfectly healthy." i But secretly she was as much FHi i & amazed as was Willie's mother. gSJ1' it tSSSSSS ffi fflliSijh UUtiWra 'l Willie from a calm, unemoview, she recognized tional point of Call or phone for estimate before buying. the fact that there might be other explanations than any which came Into the mind of his worried parent There had been gorgeous posters for several weeks in the suburb showing forth the glories of the small circus that was coming, and Willie, with the other small boys, had followed the L bill poster about, hysterically whooping with glee. He had talked circus and dreamed circus for days and had :.., rzrr,rr. ttT'lll"1 C nearly broke his neck practicing on tight rope In the back yard, to the the serious injury of the family clothesline. And now, the second day of the gwrminiiiiiiimMn n.t p show, he had rejected hiB chance to Saved By His Wife. confTT'yggTgrra "BLEEDING KANSAS." So. It certainly was not normal duct on Willie's part. a wise woman who knows just She's His Aunt Victoria cornered Willie do when her husband's life is in Farmers of Sunflower State Have Their 'ST&' J&SS" some what to that evening and offered him danger, but Mrs. R J. Flint, Breintree J&J chocolates. "Tell me why you don't Stock Visited By Deadly Scourage Va., is of that kind. "She insisted on want to go to the circus, she said, my using: Dr. King's New Discovery, " Which'.Entails Loss Of Millions "Huh!" said Willie. "I seen it." writes Mr. F. " for a dreadful cough, SfS,XKS9tS. ZSiT.' "I knew perfectly well you weren't when I was so weak my frienbs all And Seriously Hampers going to be sick," she said, triumph- thought I had only a short time to live, antly. "Have another chocolate. Did and it completely cured me." A ,quick Gathering Of ou go to it yesterday T cure for coughs and colds, it is the ftip.s "Huh!" confided Willie. 1 wuz in Crops. safe and reliable medicine for many ? troubles grip, lung Victoria clutched the chair throat and ?JK bronchitis, cjroup, whooping cough, arm. "In it?" she repeated faintly. &tK2&Li Kansas is indeed an .unlucky state, Willie kicked one foot meditatively quinsy, tonsilitis, hemorrhages. A trial against the step. "Well," he amend- will convince you. oQ cts. and $1.00. grasshoppers, drought and other caed, "not eggzactly in it, y'know. I. Guaranteed by R. R. McRobrts & Son. lamities have retarded the growth of JP.'? .J9s. t'VJH&V& wuz on it" the farming industry and now the herds Aunt Victoria felt her back hair disj of livestock are devastated by a deadly Always. tractedly and swallowed hard. meuicai science is Time 'haunted her. She lauched at scvAvge wnicn "Willie!" she cried Impressively. me thlB minute what you mean! hlm she resorte.1 to a thousand devices unable to diagnose or cope with, and Tell Wflereby to discomf qct ,hJni. but he was which costs the siatc millions of dollars A! If your mother dreamed" WHITS Willie edged nearer. "I rode a nele- - not lo oe snKen off. ax length she of actual loss besides seruslv hamper'J lost her temper. phunt," he confided, "in, the parade." ing the farming iudustry. The folAll Rules Suspended. "Can't you see," she flared out rel- lowing article from the Fanner's Home "Do you mean to say," his question3729-3- 1 Therp was a little group about St. W. Broadivay, LouisYtSIe, Ky. uctantly, "that there's no room JCor Journal describes the actual state of er gasped, "that you actually were in you Peter and the ouer guards were doing Deep down in every human heart lies a XATURALA- - .ir. for XATURK'S medicines, Roots & licrbs. - Too long where beauty dwells?" the procession? On an elephant that nave the secrets ot nature been neglected, too long have affairs:- their best to Jform jtho applicants lireg inlet! God's promises. Modern doctors think has a million more germs than a "There is always." Time rejoined, oniyoi operations" ,jc strong urugs, while human snitenng: deaths trom dieae increase rapidly everv vear. "The Kansao farmers have suffered In line. Sy has and you know how frightened touching his scytbe signiiicantly, "room Health is n ituml, disease unnatural. Iy years of experience as a Con boy S: among the Indians give me a peculiar Suddenly the venerable gatetender a great loss by disease that this season fitness & knouledveof the powers of Roots & Her'is. s iiuilicine, my "remedies have ctiretl & are curiii"- Blfl Tour mother is if a fly gets near you? for one mower!" Puck. gave a little start. carried off thousands of their horses tHow did you dare " Jung irouijle, Kulney, JJIadder, Liver, bkm diseases, Rhtiiniatisiii. Droi-.v- . Catarrh. Nervous & He pointed to the man at the end yalued at over a million dollars. It was Stomach Tniublt that were pronounc incurable by the bet doctors. I want to I'ROVIi this to the world .V to "A man said I could," Willie proof the line. anyone asking, i will,.nail the greatcs book' of 'iUkino ever nublished. entitled "THE COW-BOTIKRRAl.mT through no fault of their management, tested. 1 was hanging around with . . a t - 4i... Tf ...,. i "Let the applicant back there that i. .!. .:... i.i. i other kids. I Been it all because I the unless perhaps something is chargeable one who is talkipg to INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letted JMjuirv rruiiinUyansKcrsd. himself and crawled under the tent. I helped feed to neglect to observe local conditions. counting his fingers with a lead penis the name ofmygtcai TOXIC, HOD Y'iU I! DEK. composed of tS Koots ? Herb:, witf the elephunts an' the man he ast if I The disease is said to be occasioned cil come this way." 3 full quarts of medicine, lasts about ? umnths, costs only one dollar e jV I.ECAl.L Y GVAkAXTEIiO to uzttsn "wanted to be 1& the ptrcession, an' I THE PURCHASER or money refunded. COM-CE- l. SAR is sold BY A 1. 1. DKL'UCISTS & DEALEkS The man stepped forward. Gabkard Circuit court. through poisoned condition of grass said I did, an he .got a red coat an' I IM MEDILIXE for the nerves, liver. kides. brweh. bladder y blood. A hcseu.td reiaed'r inot "Walk right in," said the saint; and forage by reason of excessive rains excellent. Asf;for wore it! Say. did you know elephunts W. H. Furr, Plaintiff, tf your druggist hasn't got it or won't gel it, WILL FILL YOUR and sultry weather. It is scarcely pos- "we always make an exception of head are so high up when jou ride 'em?" Against 'WHITE-MOON'line writers." S CHARLIE SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR "Willie la not coming down with John Beazley &c. Defendants, sible for farmers, or even veterinary And the applicant, still moving his HUMAN SA'IN ONL Y, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. locorj bars 25c at all dealers, Retail, zvho typhoid or the measles Ma Aunt Vicexperts, to tell jn advance when the lips Pursuant to a judgement rendered are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. and counting toria announced later to bis parents. herein at the June Term 1912, the mouldy conditions will prevail. Horses through the golden hjs fingers, passed portals. ""In fact, I should ay he is more than undersigned Commissioner will sell at die sometimes from unknown causes ii S2BGEEBEK3E3KS; ZS2f33ZZZJ&JX!m&SZZ nss3EEre7.rs3saB,raBES3EKri 3B0K&5.3.5E53SSSHa5l public auction, before the court house and it is guess work as to disease until ordinarily sane and healthy." door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 Cause of the Excitement. Willie's father hates germs as much a proper diagnosis can be made. as does Willie's mother, and he was o'clock or thereabout, "What's the cause of the exciteMany animals will be saved, no SPECIAL EXCURSION annoyed on hearing of his son's deeds. MONDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1912. ment? Look! There's & great crowd doubt by care in feeding and by remov- around the public library building. "You really ought to tell h'lm not to it being the first day of the Garrard ing from pastures in which mold is Something THE HIDDEN LIGHT. Io such things!" he said to his wife. must have happened." County i,ourt term, the real estate found. It was then that Willie's mother mentioned in the pleadings and describ"Wait a minute. I know the libraRemember, if jthe cloud Is over Jturned on Willie's father. "My good- ed as follows to wit;-l- n Garrard Coun The trouble extended into Nebraska rian. I'll telephone over and see what's you, that there is a bright light ness !" she Bald. "Who on earth would ty, Kentucky &)& j n two tracts to some extent also. Such sporadic wrong." always on the other side; also that ver think on getting ,up tjx the morn(Business of telephoning.) Tract number ane. Beginning at a outbreaks run their course generally the time is coming, either in this ing of telling a perfectly well brought stane in miuuie i uQuniy xoaa on the and disappear to appear again on occa "Well, what is it?" world or the ncx when that cloud cp child that ha must sot .on $ny ac- headwaters of Drakes Creek, corner to "Somebody has started a rumor count put .on a red coa and .ride an tract of land sold by J, f Moser to sion. will be swept away and the fullthat there Is a business man inside The question is how to meet the delephantj Between you aad y.pu,r.Bon Henry Maret tract m hn; with E. H. reading a book of poems." ness of God's I'ght and wisdom Walker, thence with line of eafd "Henry mand for power losses due to the deyou'll lrte jne .crary!" poured around ycu. Everything Maret 238 feet to a stake, thence a duction oflhe horse. In these days "Anyhow.' sigh'ed Willie conteeted-ty.V-I new line running parallel with sajd which has b2f?'!en you, whatever A Matter of Pride. seen be circus!" road 42 feet to a stake in line with of wonderful ideas and brilliant prosorrow your heart bleeds with, "No." said Mr. Meekton; "I don't Robert &avanaugh, thence with said gress jt is no wonder that first thoughts nothing is wanting but to see the want Henrietta to go into politics." , To th Letter. Kavanaugfc 285 to a stake in middle of turn to steam power. On the level, "You are envious of her superior enlight that actually exists waiting to Above" the great .edftoi-- s ,desk ap- - road corner fts JCavanaugh and in line loamy soils of the west there are vast SPECIAL TRAIN ergy." WaJfccyr, thence with middle be revealed, pnd you will be satJaxed th jnotto: ".Be Accurate" a to E. H. corner tracts where a movable pngine may be to fayanaugh and in "No; I'm not. But Henrietta is sure ffliotto ih&tw&s hammered teto every of road isfied. Bushnell. member of the staff "with painful in- line to E. H. Walker h Sf r, thence with used to draw gang plows which will to rise to official'' 'position. And when middle of road in line w;& $$ Walker tnrn the soil at a cost to challenge the T honn her 'my ifealary on Ontim4A sistence, j ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. 445 feet to the beginning, aocttyning cheapness of horse pight I don't'ant'to" be haunted by power. One day Sam, (the latest cub 2 acres and known as the .,'&& my voiuniarv Already tins power is being substi jm 1UHIW8 .wineiner it is sent "in a new 'paragraph Bottom )f)U the following mystenJouB for crops requiring cultiva-- i dome6tJC cpfliriapri 'o'k species oi Tract number two Beginning at the tuieii, municipal graft," corner of Thomaa Bottom in line to tion, as tor etc., it is not suffic"Three hundred, and .jrinetyfcine Robert Kavanaugh, vhnce with his ient and a movement i iade to substiline to John Newland, thance from Vm VOfA vu tinnmfVyv mt1'.I.W tute mules as they are said to ?e im uyvuiuipyuw. f4-D,.V XTwlr1 i:a Putting on the Price. The wa.haled.efo herline" to Hen mune from the disease., This hasstim-W'ftte- d A. London woman well known in chief. line: thence with Maret line to Bottom t.he .market for nqeijifid 'a in shop. One day "Yoong man demanded the editor; line .to the beginning, containing lj ri and alj tfjp ?jrplus mules findMissou a friend came curiosityJeft an umbrella will ready in ai sternly, "what 4s ithe meaning of this aer. Said described tracts were conwhich had cost! J0' shliUngs. He tridlcnlons statement?" veyed t? ohn Beazley by deed record- sale no doubt.. to find th'e'hdiidle'of'it'jn th The cub was jwrt. abashed and an- - ed in theS&$rarcl county clerks office in It is not probable, howeyer. that jpnHfirOT MASTIC PAINT is not a new pairjt its Deed Book g4ere35. wered .quicklyj Kansas farmers will risk brepdino- jwlndojy labeled, ."Ajitiiiu .VerieUa'n'siil-Ve- r umbrplla piountlijjr. 1.Q guineas."" The purpose WAi8 sale is to satisfy mules as the -l "Bir," gald 40 years old. the a debt of W. H. marcs for this 0 F$r against John would be exposed to the same purpose audience bUAintoneeie.-Nqt'an experiment it's a proven proposition disease Beazfey amounting to ?ay of sale to A Difference In Gu6t,pnis, Tl l U101-the sum of $149.35, and the es ftinf lnn prevauea. mt inu3 we may see 'Wot an "linhnntfin niinnKiVio ri innwarlionfe fH 4 TblP little daughter of 'a Philadel. World's Banktnc CenUr. jfojf 'which somewhat the cost of the action" ame conditions once, pbia Behind 3Losam;ls:the banking center, of the timated rorintlJa' is nnnteri on 5vrv mri minister had invited a friend of jucgement has been rendered, and still prevailing in the cotton belt, world. TERMS.' the same age to take supper at the Made 2jf MMTlC PAINT lirdafo toise, and die best Wfev?? roules from Tennessee, Kentuc- PeasIee-GaulbirtGhouse. After they were nil at the tabla ThefSPAfclfl.De made on a.credit of 3iW dependwill be Hixmonvljhe purchaser approved ed upon ffssouri were largely the sta- the minister said a short prayer, which Fcrfoes In Faces. It hoh best and wear? jbest, Jt lasts longest and for $ jo cultivate bond with required to ceremony his. little one whispered ta LOUISVILLE, KY. surety for the purchase 'price due 'in ple crop of the oy&: is, therefore, the most economical. her friend was known as "saying 'There'S'dften mseh truth in the styj six months, bearing',-jnres- t ASK OUR DEALER la yxr at the At any rate the sjtuafr & one of grace." Testimonials from satisfied users right in your twn for holc p( suggestion iing Tier 'face "is her fortune, " but id rate of six per cent annlup ifm date promise to the owners of jacfe'ok ti ."That's not the way my pa says ana color crtf, until paid fc&ving the force 'aid effect town. Would you like to have them? g s, :never said where pimples, fikin mare3. One thing &$& ventured the child to the minisof a judgmetsfc upon which exec($jos and of st be .remembered, however, that ter whence Jfotd concluded. may issue, paydfe-- i to W. H.' Brown', blotches, or other'blemlshes dis- 4 M. C. G. C. C. and $. jjen will be re"Isn't it?" asked'he!' smiling. "How for tho w.w iy ii ffigure it. Impure' blood is backof'tbem tained upon the propet' pntil all the . ... .Western .demand- will mil does, you pa say grace?" best mules that tcfn be produced. No :al, and shows1 the need of 'Dr. (King's pwachase money is paid. lEJfcojJand will little scrubby 'stock ned he offered. "Oh, he comes into the dining room, be sold as a whole. on, the table sits down, bangs ""NewTafe Pills. They promote "bealtl W;.fL BROWN, M. C. G..C.. In fact the south wants a .larger mule and yells: , t f. :anH beauty. Try them. 25 cents a G C. WaJkerMd H. Clay Kauffmap SWS-- better fanning is being encour- .'.ood heavens, what a supper 1' " Aty' FpijP R. E. McRobertsjfeSon. . &$&&" Philadelphia Times. x- ing from 5cts a roll up. I I, ii i wu'" mw&m.Kr;:.ii I i I -' Li .. LLL1 L." 11 f MBWM -- 4 tr- m&m mm. mm mjgm BBS - ssS Special Sale For Next 30 Dciys In Order to Make Room For Spring Stock. waft m ffl; 1 ' ,ii fi'i 1 r, mm TTr-tV- it II 1 , i . pAft?iil Mil wm ...'in M um IflSW' ii ni III' I7?VTV uri I. I I i" ! iw i i .raw i 1 . i i I i i I -- ! I iifr-i- - -- iMf fffisGFAGTUREDn mm m io 'ft-.- (! ; -- ", -- MNEWAYIOlRPENfl SS- We carry a full line of Walls Ceiling, Mo rays, Bunlaps, Re-yardi- Oatmeals, Mouldings, Etc, HfWiP lwS WS JIrtc 9r llW,!r'fl mmjmiwu iV III aiii luANEWAYSCASPENBIi i 1 vi1 m i Mi NJ LU mmm tJ ,,T.,T-- zmmimmm mmm&mgm . n-- ij n 11 BSK3eBSlSgSSSSSS:!S&SeS8e: Bgya.-rcra rgs-rc- s- orwnr n 5U3 w are Diseases, ;ays M toy ft4L proven every ow Boy Herbalist -- Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. f-- n. ... Y ..:-.- r- . -i COM-CEL-SA- R ..." CO.V-CEL-SA- R, I n CINCINNATI AND RETURN IJundsy, Oct 20th .50 ,50 V -- Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ,it c, "r "v decent ia Swith : i- - mS so-ci- ty MASTIC PAINT "THE KIND THAT LASTS" ed - " Years -- .0K " of Reputation It '- o. ,ejq' ernp-ttion- mule-breedin- ;i-- 4 h'is-fl- st R. E. McROBERTS t . C& SON. 3 si 0k ?v a&-- l -- , . na r. " m FALL SUITS, OF COATS and DRESSES STYLE iA kr lh!! l SUPERB s No We Carry and UNEXCELLED QUALITY. in the Latest Models Created by Fashion Leaders. A Wonderful Showing of New Fall Styles Waiting On Special Our Measurements. LET US SHOW YOU. Stocks Are Complete. 3? :&f J The Gossard fe CORSET. The Joseph Mercantile Company. WE LEAD. OTHERS FOLLOW. attractive in folige and cut flowers and Harvey Estes Becomes Editor Of A the ices served were quite tempting. Mesdames R. L. Elkin and J. M. Farra poured the chocolate for the guests. L. Walter was in Tuesday. G. Religious Publication At Georgetown Ky. New Grover Shoes For TENDER FEET. S I With Each RANGE Sold For Gossip About Next 30 I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, Days D People NN ve and TREES Fruit & Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Ros es Phlox, Etc. Growers of What we Sell. Lexingnort Set Eluminum Ware FREE. ! A Brief Mention of the Comings Doings by ihose we Are interestea in. Fisher Herring spent several days this week in Loiusville. Call in and see the Quick Meal Range. Best Range made. Get a Souvenior. IT Hoosier Wheat Drills, Moline Wagons. Best, and most durable wagon made. Cheap-e- st J. R. Mount, You P tail Son & Co. fUMumiS muMil'rilJliliSliJSIiilili ftre To Decide Wheat whether you are to USE a Flour made from I m Clean, Wholesome or one made from Cheap Wheat with all its impurities. Our i1 fiH m i m eh f IS is made from pure WHEAT by Scientific Milling. We have added a COAL YARD and can sell you some of the best quality of Coals at low Prices. Your orders are appreciated. Glen Lily Milling Hallie Brown and Ella Henry have been visiting Masdames E. J. Mrs. 0. U. Terrill of Jenkins, Ky. is Brown in- Stanford. here for a visit to her parents Mr. aud Misses Minnie Brown and Minnie Mrs. Jack Adams. Gulley have been recent visitors of the Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Haynes of Hills- Misses Dickersons at Buckeye. boro Ohio are the guests of Mr. and Mesdames Mollie Swope and W. A. Mrs. W. B. Mason. Moberly of Knoxville Tennessee, are Mrs. J. B. Paxton and son James of guests of Mrs. Zarelda Gulley. Stanford have been recent guests of Mrs. Joseph Bailey of Washington Mrs. A. C. Robinson. Court House Ohio is the guest of Mrs. Miss Van Greenleaf of Riohmond is a W. B. Mason and daughter. guest this week at the home of her Mr. and Mrs Ollie Carpenter have aunt, Mrs. H. C. Kauffman. returned to Red Rock Oklahoma after Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury is at home a visit to Garrard and Lincoln friends after a visit with her daughter Mrs. and relatives. Louis Landram of Danville. Miss Delia Tinder who is teaching Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Areold have re- again this year at Greensburg is exturned to Frankfort after a visit to pected home tomorrow Saturday for Mrs. Ella Bettis and family. the Tinder and Robinson neptials. in Hustonville. - Elder F. M. Tinder left visit friends in Carlisle. Mrs. Henry Dunn of Danville is with Lancaster relatives and friends. Mr. Wade Walker was in Middlesboro Tuesday for the meeting of Synod. Mr. R. L. Walker of Nicholasville was with Lancaster relatives Friday. Mr. J. P. Prather visited relatives in Richmond and Madison county last week Miss Minnie Brown was in Nicholasville Sunday the guest of the Misses Hanley. Mr. P. M. McCoppin of Hillsboro. 0. was the guest of Lancaster friends this week. Mrs. Elizabeth Denny left the latter part of the week for a visit to friends Misses Jane and Mary Doty were visitors in Danville Tuesday. Thursday to T. K. and J. A. Swope of Lexington are the guests of Lanoaster relatives. Miss Jennie Lackey was in Danville Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Price. The Baptist Recorder is to be the name of a new weekly publication at Georgetown Ky., which will be devoted to the promoting of Baptist interests in Central Kentucky. Harvey M. Estes is to be the managing editor. Mr. Estes is the son of Mr. S. H. Estes of this place and is a very bright young man, and is not unknown to the literary world, he having written several poems and composed a song. Boarding house for rent. Mrs. Hallie B. Sweeney Bryantsville Ky. 10-4-- 4t. Lost: Friday night between Conn's and Herron's a wide, plain gold ring. Return to Simpson House and receive reward. Recleaned seed wheat Hill onions Hill onion sets Walter E. Moss, Phone $1.10 51.00 2.00 354-- F. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams of T. K. Watson Chairman of Young Men's Lincoln have been visiting Lancaster Democratic Club. friends. Mesdames Mattie P. Frisbie and Ed. Price were visitors to Danville relatives last week. Mrs. J. R. Mount is visiting friends and relatives in Frankfort Covington and La Grange. Mrs. Dank Ball has returned to her home in Indianapolis after a pleasant visit to Lancaster-Misse- s Garrard Go. e iaiaiHiiaiiTgnaffliiBi "IJMiSMJSIlMJSMJSIMfMMjSIM Take Any Beam 4 ' .' You like .. from our timber piles. No need vs"w jK..ilrPW it a. i. ;vir.B to spend time in look ing for good ones. s( Every stick in the raw wTf arvoMHH a pile is sound, season- - able and straight. m 1 ISSillill it ti -- win in z n Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting them here. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. S h0000& Funeral Director and Embalmer. W. O. Ri$ney 1 Home Phone 3. Office fhpne 18. Lancaster, Miss Rachel Henry is in Birmingham Mrs. W. H. Brown is in Stanford for several weeks visit with her sister visiting Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown. Mrs. Hattie Smith and family. She has been quite ill having very recently undergone an operation and is Portmaster W. T. West is attending now reported recovering. the Postmasters Convention, which is announcement has Contracts Awarded For The Improvements The following in session in Louisville this week. been received here. Mr. and Mrs. Mr. Owen Goodloe of Springfield was James Bogie of Mt. Sterling announce To Three Bidders And Work Will in Lancaster last week to see his sister the engagement of thejr daughter Miss Cave Miss Nancy who is in school here. Begin At Once And Be Arabella Bogie to Mr. Webster Perit li) Mesdames M. E. Fish and W. D. Huntington a wealthy business man of Rushed To A Newland of Crab Orchard have been Cleveland Ohio. The prospective and recent guests of Mrs. Robert Burnside. attractive bride has often visited Miss The Dry Fall Outing To Kentucky's Finish. Joan Mount of this city. Miss Kathleen Walter is at home S. Great Subteranean Wonder, Or 200 again after a protracted visit to her Mr. J. L. Wiggins and wife, Mr, J. The City Council in accordance with Leach and wife and Mr. J. A. Forbes friend Miss May Burton of Louisville. of Wilson N. C. were registered at the their advertisement, met on Tuesday Miles Under Ground WednesMary Walker Price Chapter of Kengarlan this week, Mr. Wiggins is night to open the bids for the proposed The the U. D. C. will meet Monday Oct: associated with Mr. W. B. Burton in improvements to the local water works day, Oct. 16. 14th. at the home of Mrs. J as. Roystan the horse business, as is Mr. Forbes, system. At least a dozen bids were while Mr. Leach is a prominent tobacco received for the different parts of the Mrs. Wm. Dickerson has returned buyer and is well known on all the Cen- work and several representatives were from Lexington where she was recentpresent to press the claims of the restral Kentucky breaks. ly operated upon and is now very much Arranged for private and select pective bidders. After careful conMrs. Fred P. Frisbie gave an enjoyimproved in health. and going over the various parties, home people and their visisideration m able dinner party Saturday afternoon Mrs Elizabeth Denny an unusually at 3 o'clock, the guest ot honor being bids with the supervising engineer Mr. tors. River low, echo grand, and literary woman was recently elected an her grandmother Mrs. Ann Walker of C. N. Crawford Jr. of Lexington Ky., honorary member of the progressive Huntington, W. Va. Some 18 or 20 the contracts were let to three different cave dry. The time to see Mamfirms for the various parts of the work. Womans Club of this city. moth Cave when at its best. guests were invited to honor the former The Tank contract was awarded to the m whose friends are too R. E. Hughes ran down from Louis- Lancaste'rian railroad fare $5.65 from Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. of Chicago Round-tri- p ville Sunday in his automobile and took numerous to mention. The home was Ills, at 5110. The tank is to be erectLancaster and all way stations on his mother Mrs. M. D. Hughes and al- prettily decorated with cut flowers, ed on a latticed iron stand 140 feet in nalma and fern and the menu served so Mrs Saufley Hughes back with him. height, is to be modern in every re- regular train 5:15 a. m. Board at was quite palatable and the occasion spect and is to have a capacity of Cave Hotel from arrival for supper Mrs. Ann Walker left Mondayjforher quite a memorable one to tne nonoree. 1000,000 gallons per day. The Filter home in Huntington W. Va. after a until after breakfast morning of contract was awarded to the Greer pleasant visit with her daughters Mes Sold. Property Filter Co. of Pittsburg Pa. for 2250, the third day, also including the dames B. F. Hudson and W. 0. Rigney. The filter is to be of the gravity type, two trips through the cave for Owsley Cox bought through Hughes Mrs. F. S. Miles and children and & Swinebroad of A. J. Wells a residence the best filter known to modern science $6.50. Limit on ticket 10 days. Mrs. H. D. Bowera left Saturday for price private. Mr. with, a capacity of 100,000 gallons per Birmiugham where they will visit' be- on Water street, Write or phone L. & N. Agent. to his new purchase day and the water, guaranteed 98 per fore returning to their home id Eldorado. Cox will remove cent pure. The work on the dam, a once. at five foot increase in height was award Mrs. B. F. Hudson gave a handsome ed to Mr. J. A. Moynahan of Richmond dinner party Friday evening at her $300. Fine Mrs. Helen Lane Given This Ky. Mr. Moynahan submitted two surburban home the honor guest being bids for 2900. and 2600. respectively, For The Killing Of Her Punishment fler mother iVrs. Ann Walker of Huntand the Council has not yet decided, W. Ya. ington Husband In Danville A Few just which proposition they will accept. little Fairy arrayed in our horqe All of the contractors are to give "For many years I was troubled, in Weeks Since. Monday, September the Thirtieth, spite of all remedies I used. good bonds for and proper Nineteen Hundred and Twelve. At last I found, quick relief and cure Mrs. Helen Lane who shot and killed completion of their work, and the work in those mild, yet thorough and 14ttl,e Miss Dorothy Alline Philips. her husband, in, Danville recently was is to begin at once, and with the exreally wonderful Dr. and Mrs C.E. Phillips, tried in the Boyle county court last ception of the tank will be completed 128 J. Street punishment was fixed at before the first of the year. Fresno, California. week and her a fine of ?300. Richard Williams of The City Conncil will he ablQ. to do Miss Joan Mount gave a handsome Flat Rock, McCreary county, Mra. the work contemplated in the improvesocial affair Tuesday afternoon ijhe Lane's divorced husband was on hand ment of the water plant with the $12,- Adolpb. Schinseck, Buffalo, N.Y. honor guest being Miss Charlotte replevied the fine for three months 000, voted; for the purpose, and. wjjUL 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. r Iand she was set at liberty. Ky. Mount of La Grange. The home was have a little money Jef . st 10-6-- One of the best farms in Shelby County for Sale. 177 acres, good improvements, plenty water. 3 mile3 & Sons. Some several days ago there was from Simpsonville, 7 miles from S.'H. McMakin. organized in the State of Kentucky, a Shelby ville Ky. R. F. D.'No. 2. branch of the National Young Men's Lexington, Kentucky. Democratic club, with Hon. Stanley F. Reid as State chairman and Hon. Gib-nSmall Farm For Sale. Oscar Letcher Vice Chairman, the latter being a relative of Hon. W. B. 67 acres as fine corn and tobacco Mason of this city. Hon. J. M. Farra land as you can find 1 five acre barn 1 was appointed district chairman for the new stock barn 28x40 new 3 room house eighth district of Kentucky and upon 1 mile from pike 2i miles from Hyatts-villyou can pay for this at 70.00 his recomendation Mr. Reid has apper acre. pointed Mr. T. K. Watson as the county S. H. Aldridge Hyattsville, Ky., or chairman of Garrard county. The seJ. I. Hamilton Lancaster. lection of Mr. Watson is a good one as he a true democrat and for the past few years has worked hard for the City Notice. democratic party in Garrard county and has at all times done all in his Taxes are due. Come in and pay He is them promptly and avoid the penalty power to promote democracy. already hard at work and has appoint- which goes on in a short time. Water ed young democrats in every precinct rates will also soon be due and must be in trie county as his deputies, whose paid promptly. Have your money duties are to get out the young democ- ready. The improvements to the rats and get them interested in the el- streets, the expense of keeping them ection of Wilson and Marshall, especial, up and the genera! running expenses of ly those who will cast their first or sec- the town takes money just the same as Mr. Watson it takes money to run your business. ond Presidential vote. has appointed.the following young demo- We have taken advantage of the low crats as the precinct leaders in their price of coal prevalent early in the Office Phone 31. Residence Phone respective precincts:- - Court house, season and purchased a sufficient supply Cleveland Bourne- - East Park Bascom to run the water plant through the Ford- - West Park, J. J. Walker winter. This coal must be paid for. LANCASTER. KY. Jack Edwards- - Pt. Lick. Harry My office is now at the shop of Judge McWhorter- - Buckeye, Otto Simpson-Ea- E. W. Harris. Call there and settle Bryantsville, Hogan Ballard, your water rate and taxes promptly. West Bryantsville, Dr. B. C. Rose, If I am not there Judge Harris will Walker School House J. C. Jones. issue a receipt. L. E. Herron. Shel-byvill- Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. e. H.F.Hillenmeyer 10-4-- 2t ey e, J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Jr.-Unio- n, HERE'STHEHOG In Mammoth BOURBON REMEDY CO.. Lexington. Ky. Enclosed find photo of hog- that was cared of cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Rem edy. This hog was almost dead before using the medicine, and then was entirely cured, except loss of ears. tail. etc. Thehogls owned by Mr. Skfles Ewing, of Bowling Green. Ky. He will be glad to give yon a testimonial, and we can get several more tf you want them. JENK2NS-SUBLETDRUG CO.. Bowling Green, Ky. T Sold by HASELDON BROS. G holera Posts U were saved from cholera and other diseases during the hot weather by the use of Hogs and Poultry DOLLARS MILLIONS OF every year to poultry and hog raisers. Last year thousands oi toUJfe9 The Greatest Cbelera Preventive Kmws th cbolsra. bat don't put h oil until they keel orer. Giv it to than now mixed with food Pravitta and cur infects them, knocks cholera and other trerms which getiato the system with the food or drink. the workit regulatesboweb. disings of the A Cal-Stn-o Constipation d and another for hoes, packad in metal cans, can't dry up. lose strength or spoil like others and costs no more. It is all raedicinn And Guaranteed too. for Poultry Powder CSlkl . the-faithf- " Written to be understood and gWen frea to Ht stock ownen. our 60 page illustrated book, by our consul tine Veterinarian, showing how to know and showuur how to cure divwea m Horses. Cattle. SheepTswine and Poultry, together with orer 14 Cat-Sln- o Remadl. including Oar guaranteed remedy for Ring Bones. Sparing Splints or any bony enlargements. HawtoTeH RESORBME DR. KING'S New Life Pills THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. OacO Baltimore, McL. U. S. A. ror by C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky, Agents wanted in other towns. Km; iJ5v ..,.w., - -- . .- - ... r -- . TTir lit n PUBLIC OF SALE, pARMER'S Fou Sale COLUMN PAYS TRIBUTE TO THE PRESS; L MAKES AN APPEAL Personal Property. For the reason that my wife is in bad health and she and I want to rest ,: 4.1.- :..,.. . , t nii uuti fkoVrtllnTOTncr livo ctnMr fnr snip nt nublic auction to LUIS VJUIA-1- , ..& ... i ...111 nffii. miv. the highest bidder on dpace below this beading Is for tne exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for tbe sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only In nwo issues of the Record, free of charge Chairman Camden of Democratic Campaign Committee On the Issues of the Day. .. -- A horse and buggy. Rev. C. C Brown. Forty nice stock hogs for sale. J. E. Robinson. ! SATURDAY, OCT. 19th, 1912. at 10 Fob Rent: My farm of 86 acres 2 miles East of Lancaster. James G. Conn, Wilmore, Ky. o'clock A. M. at my place 3 miles from Paint Lick on the Richmond and I have 22 two year old mules to let head of mules and out to responsible parties. Lancaster pike. The following is a list of the stock:-3- 2 J. W. Palmer, Point Leavell. horses, with some good work mules in the bunch, 2 to 6 years old. Several mares, brood mares, and driving and riding horses. good Draft For Sale 15 sheep for $50 00. 109 head of cattle consisting of 50 short two year old steers, 30 yearling S. H. Aldridge. Hyattsville, Ky. 29 fat heifers. All this bunch are good. 200 picked mountain Ewes, steers and J. W. Sweeney bought eight 3 year first season here, guaranteed mouths and all mated to' high class bucks. old mules of J. T. Raney for $1200. This stock will be sold in quantities to suit the purchasers and the sale is J. T. Raney sold a nice milk cow to an absolute one and every thing put up will be sold, at the high dollar without John Hicks for 50. months. a by bid authorized by me. The sale will be made on a credit of six Farm for rent at Marcellus, Ky. Apj Dinner on the grounds for every one. ply to E. C. McWhorter at Paint Lick E. C. McWHORTER, Paint Lick, Ky. Ky. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. Gas-tine- Johnson N. Camden of Woodford county, chairman of the Democratic state campaign committee, in his opening address to the conference of editors of the Democratic press of Kentucky, at Louisville on Saturday, Sept. 28th, spoke as follows: ''Gentlemen of the Democratic Pres3 INSURE YOUR WITH TOBACCO Office F. P. Citizens National Bank. FRI SBI E. ?. e compliment that you have paid us in leaving your homes and business and coming here today to attend this conference. The occasion that brings ua together for mutual counsel and deliberation Is, in my Judgment, aB as any event In the history of our state. "The Democratic party the party of the people, of which you gentlemen are, in a way, the eyes the ears and Victor Lear purchased of J. C. ten head of 900 pound cattle 4J certainly the mouthpiece, is on trial before the world for its existence. cents per pound, Coincident with the life of the DemoJ. Fleece Robinson delivered to Vic- cratic party are our free Institutions, tor Lear on Saturday a bunch of 55 the perpetuity of our form of governhogs which averaged 275 pounds for ment and the equal opportunity in life of every child born under our flag. which Mr. Robinson received 8 cents a Upon careful thought and analysis I pound. This was one of the nicest think you will agree that this is not bunches of hogs that has been shipped an exaggerated statement, and that out of Garrard county in many years the fate of the two, the nation and and are Mr. Robinson's own production. the Democratic party, are inseparably epoch-makin- g au of Kentucky: "I feel extremely honored in having you as my guests today and want to Msurc you of my appreciation of the Lancaster, Kentucky Wire Drawn Tungsten &LSGTRI6 LAMPS. 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 The following Garrard county gentlemen made purchased at the Baugh- man sale in Stanford last week:- Ruble Bros a 4 yearjold pony $40., one at $47.50 and one at $57.50, a 3 yr. old mare mule $120 , $ yr. old horse mule $90; George Ruble a black mare for $37.50 and a 6 yr old mule for $205; M. S. Burnside a 5 yr. old mare for $105 Wils Rogers a 3 yr. old horse for $127.-5- 0. light. W. B. Burton accompanied by Mr. J. L. Wiggins of Wilson N. C. both ot whom are of the Wilson Live Stock Co. went to St Louis Mo. last week and purchased on that market two loads, 49 head, of mules paying therefor $210. per head. The mules were shipped direct to Wi.son N. C. These gentlemen tell us that mules may be purchased cheaper by $10. per head on the St Louis market than at home. STORMES DRUG STORE There passed through Lancaster on last Saturday a bunch of eighty six "feeders", fine steers weighing from 1000 to 1200 pounds, the property of Mr. Thomas Chenault of Madison county, which he had purchased of Monte Fox the Boyle county cattle! dealer. The stock had been bought by Mr. Fox in Wayne, Washington, Marion county and turned over to Mr. Chenault at Springfield and Lebanon, he paying from 6 to 6J cents peround for them. These cattle will be followed by another herd of about 60 head which will be" taken to Mr. Chenault's Madison county farm to be fed for the export trade. tied together. "I am equally confident that posterity will accord to you gentlemen of tne Democratic press of Kentucky a place in the Hall of Fame, if not in bronze, at least in grateful memory for the patriotic service that you will render to your state and country. Corporate Contributions Deadly. "Through your agency our times have changed and are changing with incredible rapidity. It has a direct bearing upon our environment and the conditions that mould our daily life. The majority of the men and women of our land see clearly now what was only dimly outlined to them a few years ago, and to which we paid little heed. We did not realize then as we do now that every campaign financed by the incorporated interests was In effect a deadly blow to the development of patriotism in the American people. "The Republican party is responsible for this condition, for it has been r- vast commercial body out for revenue only, and those Interests which contributed most liberally to Its success received in return the largest measure of protection through the provisions of its tariff laws. I can hardly believe that the corporations themselves foresaw the results of their liberal contributions, for I am sure that no set of men .could be - ooocojoooqooooooxoo see the operation of the wireless telegraphy. These instruments that I send and receive the message have 9 first to be attuned to each other. I are doooooooortooocHvaoooufraououwowwu TO PUBLIC The Instruments themselves highplaced In rooms on top of the est buildings, so that their vibrations upon the waves of ether would H. Delivers Address to Editors of meet with no obstruction and their message be deflected. "In this instance, you gentlemen of County the Democratic Press the press, are the operators In the PHONE 329-- J. high towers of creative thought and Office over F. G. Hnrt's furniture store. of Kentucky. Influence, which guides and makes Kentucky. that lrreslstable power public opin- Lancaster, ion. Some minds will not be attuned to receive your message- - But rest astering and coercing funds to run their good you do will not 0frPCtX00fr8 campaigns, which the individual citi- sured that the campaign. J die with this pride In furnishing zen should take Service For Humanity. themselves, and which they should "I say now to you, gentlemen of the Jealously guard as their special perofQTJALITT. Democratic press of Kentucky, that in sonal prerogative and prlvllge. responding to the imperious summons Must Face Situation. I upon you by our great party and "It is said that the Amrlcan people laidour farseelng and courageous cany fove fair play, and I believe it. It is' easy courageous didate, who will not take the also said that we are a road to the White House, you will be nation. I believe that also, for one performing as heroic a service for huof these conditions can not exist withdied for out the othpr. Now, no one ever ac- manity as did the men who their convictions. cuses us, as a people, of being thick "We can thank God that this will LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. headed and a nation of fools. Then be a bloodless battle, but we must let ua, as a people, drop pretense, he fully realize that it is second to none Will Practice In all State Courts and honest with ourselves and look the of the great struggles of the past for U. S. District Court. situation now confronting us squarely the betterment of mankind. Office over Police Court. Phone 194 and frankly in the face. Government by the People. Tribute to Woodrow Wilson. "Thus far I have spoken to you "We have chosen as our standard-beare- r about the national campaign and the Registered Jersey Bull a man of the highest Intellectual and moral perception and devel- obligations of the people to finance it, opment, which Ib only matched by his so that when the Democratic adminishigh courage. He tells us positively tration takes hold of the reins of govwill be that he has not and will not accept ernment, it to anyone unhampered by obligations but the great campaign money from Incorporated body of the American people, free to Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two miles Interests. "Every .one knows that it takes a choose from among them the best from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike men to fill the offices and to advocate good sum of money to conduct nationR. E. We know also that the best measures for their protection al campaigns. in Woodrow Wilson and his Immediate and relief, thereby "inaugurating by people, associates ought not and perhaps can reality a government of the the people.' not pay these bills. Xow having elim"What I have said about financing inated the corporations and trusts the national campaign, cf course, apfrom contributing to the campaign plies with equal force to the state fund. If the rank and file do not discampaign, but fortunately the cost of charge their obligation to themselves campaign vill be & and their party by contributing to runnlne the state fund, what has the national com- comparatively small. Under our plan this PHONE NO 219. the mittee left to look to there is only of organization I feel that withamount necessary will be raised Office on Danville Street in the Hosone class left, that is, the rich. out much difficulty in the various pital Building. People Should Contribute. counties, as the people seem to appre LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. "Now I warn you in all earnestness ciate the Importance and necessity or that if these campaign expenses are contributing to this fund and are doleft to be paid by a limited number ing so liberally and cheerfully. of rich people, instead of by all the "I think we will all agree that the people, the country will not be im- work to be done In Kentucky is to improved to any great extent. There press the people with the importance will simply be a shifting of the scenes. of this election and the great opporThe demagogues will hold forth and tunity of perpetuating Democratic Inflame the masses against tbe rich, principles, and to this end to discourand you know, gentlemen of the press, age in everv way possible apathy and that would not be fair play. Olllice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. overconfidence. J. T1NSLEY, Surveyor. f" Cut Flowers LWare McRoberts. J. E. Robinson, i Foxy Alex 103717, HENRY. Dr. D. F. Smith Physician Surgeon. Dr, R. L Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Must Not Breed Discontent. "We do not want to take a step that would breed hate and discontent between the rich and poor throughout the land. Also it Ib manifestly elear that if the few pay this debt they will be depriving the many of the unusual and rare opportunity of further deep- their country. Charity and Philanthropy. "You know, gentlemen, in the light of the present time, even the application of that sweet word 'charity' is put on a different basis and is now called philanthropy. It is recognized by all that the mere giving hurts and cripples the recipient. Instead or helping and strengthening, it weakens and destroys character. "Philanthropy is the science of helping the unfortunate to help themselves. It is an odious thought to the American people to take away an individual's When the national mind comes to the low level of tolerating that thought we will have lost our magnificent manhood, which is the crowning triumph of this century and of our country. self-respec- found who with that end In view could be such deliberate traitors to t. ening and broadening their natures and increasing their love of country. If there is not love of country in a man's heart, something of an opposite feeling will creep in and take it3 place: indifference to or hate of country, which Is another word for anarchy. It Is only by service that we can increase our love for home, for mankind or for country. Service Increases Love. "We know that the person who helps and serves his friends, loves them. Also that the man who gives loving care and thought for his family has his nature enriched and blessed by a strong and deep love for home. So, that man who serves his party and country by actually contributing to its support and giving to it his personal service will experience a new love of party and of country which in turn will prove the bulwark and stability of our form of government. "As the incorporated interests were censured in tbe past for contributing to campaign funds, does not fair play now demand that the people themselves fill the breach and contribute to this fund? Kentucky Should Respond. "If, however, Kentucky is delinquent and does not rise to the occasion and raise the sum expected of her by the national finance committee, and the few men who now find themselves officially in charge, should decide to raise the money amongst themselves in order to uphold Kentucky's fair name abroad; what would be the result? "Will these men then and therefore be charged with bossism and domination of the state by money and its control by an oligarchy? ".Fair play is a Jewel. I hope you, gentlemen of the Kentucky press, will reflect upon this a little. "Woodrow Wilson stands before the nation as a magnificent example of patriotism and exalted courage. Let us on our part uphold him with equal energy, courage and efficiency, and see that he is not left, to the humiliation of asking his personal friends to pay our candidate out of debt -- -- Object of Meeting. Lancaster, Kentucky no agency and no body "There is of men In Kentucky better equipped and qualified for this splendid service than you gentlemen of the press, and for the purpose of discussing and disWho So Ever covering the best ways and means to accomplish these ends we have met Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT today. I trust that you will speak and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. your mind freely on this occasion and let us have the benefit of your experiThe Old Reliable Barber. ence and thought." COME! COME! Will. HENRY DUNCAN RESOLUTIONS Adopted by Editors of the Democratic Press of Kentucky, at a Conference Held Sept. 28th, In Louisville, Organizing the "Democratic Editorial Association of Kentucky." J. W. SWEENEY LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. LANCASTER. Office Hours Democracy Not Charity. Your 1912 TAXE S are now past due. Please call and settle same at once and thus save further cost and trouble. "Whep we now come to think about Jt, the Democratic party does not want its campaign financed either on a charitable or on a philanthropical basis. You gentlemen of the press can make it easier for the district, county and precinct chairmen if you Mr, Bung When Ripper was marplain and Inspire the Dewill make ried he and his bride went away In his mocracy it with the thought that there motorcar, jilss Bing So? Where did will be no money furnished from they spend their honeymoon? headquarters to pay men to vote, or, "In a hospital," politely translated, there will be no money for the purpose of seeing Not at the Reunion. that 'thp vote is gotten out' or 'for taking care of the floaters;' that the Democrats are expected to vote because' they believe In the principles of their party because they love it, because they believe It to be the safest and best expression of government for our country. "Let us hope that the shifting of the responsibility of financing the Test of . Patriotism, campaign from the interests to the "The seasoned politicians laugh at yioulders of the people will sound the the idea of the successful fruition of knell of 'peanut politics.' popular subscription. Ten years ago People Are Awakened. wewould have agreed with them, but, "Tbe American people have been so gentlemen of the press of Kentucky, busy developing our national rethe Democratic party calls on you to sources, opening mines, laying out make as clear as it the noon day sun-ttowns and cities, building railways the people that this popular subscripand factories, and subjugating the firs.t Vet I didn't see old General forests and other great agencies nec- tion is a test of the enlightened and of the country. By fikipp at .our reunion. essary to promote modern civiliza- patriotic manhood known if tbe people that test it will be Second Vet No; he is in retreat. tion, they are Just waking up to the are really ready and desirous of takHe alwnys was." fact, that our political parties have ing charge of their own government been carrying pn a charitable busiCreators of Thought. ness, ap far as pur citizenship has Succession pf Vegetables. "I am minded o compare you gen Be sure to plant succession of all been concerned, which. If persisted ap Instruthe vegetables befct liked by the fam- In, will eventually enervate "and en- tlemen pf .he press with deeply. I ily as well as ihom intended for mar- slave the will of the electorate a ment that impressed me ket, thus prolonging th reason when business consisting of begging, bar-- Went not long ago with a friend to they may be enjoyed t home pr sold. A Log Ob The Track. "Whereas, There has been In the past no organization of the editors of Democratic papers In Kentucky similar to those existing in neighboring states; and, "Whereas, The opportunity for such an organization has been afforded by the action of State Chairman Johnson N. Camden, In calling together the members of the Democratic press of Kentucky, and the needs and advantage of such an organization has long been felt in th's state: therefore, be It "Resolved, That an organization of the Democratic press of Kentucky be, and is. hereby made, at this meeting today, under the name of the Democratic Editorial Association of Kentucky; be it further "Resolved. That we appreciate the opportunity afforded by J. X. Camden, the efficient, courageous state campaign and chairman of the Democratic party, in calling us together today; and be It further "Resolved, That we thank him for his recognition and attitude toward the press of the state, and congratulate the Democracy of Kentucky for tbe course of the state central and executive committees in selecting Johnson N. Camden as the chairman of the campaign committee In the election of a Democratic president, and that we greatly appreciate the opportunity he has so graciously accorded to the press of Kentucky in taking the initial step which has brought us together." far-seein- KENTUCKY. Office over a.m to 12. lp.m. to 4. Stormes' Drag Store DENTIST. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. t J?. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfactiou Guaranteed. g j. DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6 W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. Dangers of Earrlngi. coming Into fashion again not the diamond earrings which never go out of fashion but earrings that are fash, loped from all kinds ot material, ligThey will Tor neous and metallic. the most part be pendants andardeat lovers In attempting to seize a kiss from the coy maid or widow will find put how they may be hung up In a coll of tangled hair. Indications are that earrings are H. J. PATRICK, All "Work Guaranteed. Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky. X The forests of the Alaskan coast field about 27,000,000 board feet o? umber a year. M. K. Denny, 4j DENTIST Hurt & Anderson's. Office over G. . T-Bal- lard J Sheriff Garrard County. 4 V of the fast express means serious trouble School. ahead not jf removed, sq does loss of sq appetite. It means lack of vitality, loss pf strength and nerve weakness! None, yhateyer. Admittedly one of the very best schools ff appetite fails, Jake plectrjc Bitters Though dayp. Are bright auickiy to overcome the cause jay toning And skies M Wue, in the State. Five Schools in one. stomach' and' curing $jg There's no teftsM indigestion. Michael Hessheimer of (aH 9. When bills Lincon, Neb.' had been sicjc over three ft rr --t Hifk Seta), Noraal Sckwl, Graded Sckeel years, but six bottles of Electric fitters Had a TVflang Tip. Eu't him right on his feet agaip. Thay "Were you mucfr upset by th bask They give pure Seta) f Music, CowMrcial SckL blood,helped thousands. good digestion. strong nerves, failure?" . Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & "Yes; I lost my twluu," LOWPDN, Ky, Son. J. C. LEWIS, Prin. ; If we would avoid rot in potatoes we must spray at least three times. Potato Rot. Sue Bennett Memorial Saves Leg Of Boy. "It seemed that my 14-ye- ar old boy , would have to lose his leg, on account pf anuglyulcer, caused by a bad bruise, M wrote D. F. Howard Aquone, N. C. 'All remedies and doctors treatment failed till we tried Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and cured him with one box.M Cures burns, boils, skin eruptions, piles. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. ? .. ,M J -- Mf: JL