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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 18, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912101801_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 18, 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. V TWENTY THIRD YEAR. CENTRAJL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNJSHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT ; LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 1912. Gov. Woodrow Wilson announced NUMBER forir-i- t 28. l33SC&SK53CS3S33Cg3233gC&8S3&33JSS3 J Tuesday night that he would cancel all speaking angagements excepting those arranged for Thursday and Friday until Col. Roosevelt is again able to take an active part in the campaign. This is a magnanimous act and points strongly to the manner of man the demecratic aspirant for the presidency is. h The Hon. G. Oscar Letcher of Ky will address the Democrats of Garrard County on Oct. 19th at 2 oclock at the Court House. Mr. Letcher is a very eloquent and forceful speaker. Come out Democrats and give him a rousing recaption and hear a good old The fasihoned Democratic speech. Repnblicans and Bull Moosers are re spectfully invited. J. R. Mount, Chair. Young Man Injured. Stable Changes Hands. Pudac-a- A COMPLETE LINE OF 1 Heating Stoves, Co oking t Stoves and Ran g Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire Lancaster Defeated In Foot Ball Game. Lancaster was defeated by the Stanford eleven on the formers ground by the score of 32 to 0. The game being very interesting from start to finish, the feature ot the game was the playing of Swope, El more, .Lawson and Tinder for Lancaster, Joe and Spalding Hill for Stanford. Severe Loss. Backs and Fire Brick. Anything You Want in Mr. W. 0. Rigney lost one of his handsome and valuable hearse horses last week with colic. This is the second loss of a hearse horse Mr. Rigney has suffered since last Christmas, and the loss is no light one, as aside from 'the trouble experienced in securing horses for this purpose, they are very Becoming Dry. Lns,Ammunition,Hunting Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: P Rain is neeeed badly, stock water is becoming scarce, cisterns getting low and the dust is almost intolerable Wheat sown is also in need of showers. The tobacco men with the coming of sufficient rain to "make a season" will begin the stripping out of the splendid tobocco crop. The dry fall has been very conducive to the curing of tobacco, and one of the very best crops ever raised in the county is the result of the splendid conditions which have prevailed since the setting out of the crops. Here's Your Chance Girls. Postmaster West is in receipt of the following letter from Portland Col. and if any young lady in Garrard county, who is eligible wishes to take a chance Mr. West will be glad to furnish the name and address upon application: Portland Colorado. Oct. 7, 1912. Postmaster, Lancaster Ky. Live and Let Live. B pa pj lp PliTIIEPf Sg&C33&33 I Dear Sin-- As Lancaster, Ky. E2PVnERAUyWU'H'3 I am a young rancher in Colorado and girls are scarce here, I would like to correspond with some nice girls between the ages of 18 and 25, object, Yours truly, matrimony. X-- X. n.aAjgfairrp, wwsssmi ; l"yy j eminent about the percentage everywhere. and an Exhibition of Cooking in of the church. Thousands of delegates are in attendence from every state in Mat Cohen To Remain. the union, Canada and many foreign 'm Mrs. Nannie Hedden, sister of Mat countries. S, Cohen, the popular saddle horseman, Enjoying Life. has received a telegram from her broMr. Roy A. Haines a popular editor ther that he had decided not to accept and politician of Hillsboro 0. accom- the $5,000 position with the Corbyville 1331 At panied by his wife has been the guest Distillery, at Corbyville, Canada. first Cohen thought that he would like of his father in law, Mr. W, B. Mason. Mr. Haines made the trip a distance the fat job up in Canada, but when the of about 150 miles in his big touring time came to go, he appeared to be weaTgnnaEisna car, crossing the Ohio river at Mays-vill- e kening on the proposition that would ,BffiiiiisinsiiiaiWi:aiii him so far away from his friends Ky. He started on his return trip take last Saturday, taking with him Misses and relatives here in Kentucky and out Sue Shelby Mason and Katie Lee Denny of the saddle horse business. The tele who will remain for a few weeks the gram he sent was a typical 'Cohen' one. It follows: "Have declined British guests of Mrs. Haines. Columbia offer and am returning to fight for, with and against the boys at Noted Farm Sold. home." Ex. Col. Jack Chinn sold his fine 235 acre farm, the famous "Leonatus", yester- Can't Keep A Spuirrel On The Ground. day to Bonta Bros. The price paid is It is as natural for Ed Walton to be said to have been 155 per acre. This farm is a fine one and one of the most in the newspaper harness as it is for celebrated stock farms in the blue fish to be in the water. After closing grass region, and Col. Chinn sold it be- out his interests in Florida and return rP 3 ami lW28i'"n f "i"" cause he was getting too far along in ing to Kentucky, he at once began to years to give it the proper attention. cast about for a location. He bought The purchasers are widely known ind the Somerset Times from Cecil Wil clever gentlemen, who have made a Hams, but finding the field crowded and seeing an opportunity to close out most pronounced success as at a profit he did so, and sought pasHarrodsburg Leader. farmers. tures new. He has now purchased an A Musical Treat. interest in the Richmond Climax and The musical department of the Wom- has already assumed active charge. an's Club, of which Mrs. L L. Walker Mr A. D. Miller who has been the ediis the chairman, will give a Musicale tor of that sheet will retire to his farm in the parlors of the Kengarlan hotel and endeavor to recuperate his failing fithis, Friday evening. The programme health, still however, retaining a nancial interest in the Climax. The is an unusually interesting one in that it comprises old music and songs ex Climax already a splendid weekly clusively, the songs of long ago, songs under the masterly guidance of its new we all love. Prof. J. W. Ireland of editor will forge rapidly to the front Stanford, Miss Daniels, who is the in Kentucky journalism. guest of Miss Joan Mount, Mrs. L. N. Mr. J. T. Rainey has assumed posWill Comely, a brother of Misses Stella and Grace Comely of the Record session of the Sweeney stable and has "3 force had a hand severely injured last retained the service of Mr James R. Thursday by having the member Pierce, who for many years has been caught under a log which he was as- connected with Mr Sweeney in the sisting in handling. The hand remain- livery business. ed under the log about ten minutes beNew Real Estate Dealer. fore the help obtainable could manage to extricate it. No bones were broken Mr. H. C. Bailey the coal dealer has but the hand was severely mashed. embarked in the real estate business and already has listed a number of deNew Store Room. sirable pieces of property both farmMr. W. J. Romans has about comple- ing and town. With Mr. Bailey's exted the erection of a handsome store tensive acquaintance and connection in room adjoining the opera house on eastern Kentucky, he will probably be Richmond street. Mr. Romans has able to place a great many pieces of not as yet fully determined just what Garrard county real estate. use he will make of the room, but as business property is in demand in "Straws Indicate Which Way The Wind Lancaster, he will have no trouble in Blows." disposing of it. The building is of On one of the fast trains on the brick with a handsome .iron front and Knoxville branch of the L & N railroad show windows. running into Louisville, we are informed by Mr. H. C. Kauffman who was Big Meeting la Louisville. returning from London, a travelling The International Convention Of man. who by the was a adherent of Col. Diciples Of Christ held their first session Roosevelt, on last Monday took a straw of the meeting in Louisville on Tuesday vote. The result was 10 for Taft. 10 night. Their deliberations will continue throughout the week and comprise very for Roosevelt and 27 for Wilson, this comprised the voters in the coach in interesting programmes, including which the vote was taken. This is addresses by the most divines dMiSJiji njniiiiip.iiiiiijiiijgjijgjg V n mv neu iuu iire T ..t. J A A 1 iu a Tueiuunsirmion X- 01 tL TUr I HE South Bend MALLEABLE DAllfE N All lit T?iio av Allways Preferable THE T3ADE MARK ( "L"zr"v' - t .4 mMsU ItS jtzuy... SUlllJl'.l 1 Iff- tLUkii Ulll JIVL.. 1 m D3 Paper Bags. g October 21st to October 26th 1 a naselden Brothers 'gsujsuinsnigi Old Hickory if ff v MD te Miller, Mrs. M. J. W. Sweeney and Mr. J. H. G. Sandifer Sr. Former Resident Of BusiDan- CM! UUyUD WEAR Farra are on the programme, while the music will be furnished by Misses Welch and McRoberts, Refreshments. Boy Scouts. Lancaster And Prominent In ness And Social Circles In ville Dies On Banks Hanging Fork. On Of Are made better, run lighter and Wag ons last longer than ever before. Our prices are right. We have received and have on display a complete line of The Boy Scouts that was recently organized by F. M. Tinder as Scout Master and W. R. Bastin Assistant, entertained their Council to a lunch in the rooms of the National Bank last Friday night. Sufficient number werj present at the first meeting to form a patrol and Will Rice Amon was chesen leader. At their last meeting, new members were added and Glass Carrier was selected as leader of Patrol No. 2. The boys are very enthusiastic and if the pledges are judiciously kept it will result in much good to the individuals, as well as the community at large. Who Can Beat This? 4 1? VV for fall and winter, comprising all the pew styles in Patent Leather,. Gun. Metals, Tans, Velvets, Suede. We handle the famous Drew Selby line which is considered the best iine of Ladies shoes on the market. We are receiving daily new ship- ments in In a locality embracing one half block in this city dwells four families, the heads of whom are all comparitively young men, which comprizes in the ag gregate 28 children. Immediately west of the Methodist church on Stanford street lives Rev. Pollitt, who can boast of 7 young hopefuls, immediately adjoining him is Harry Crutchfield, 'the efficent miller at the plant of the Garrard Milling Co., with an equal number, just across the street is Chief of Police Luther Herron with seven ana immediately east and adjoining him is Mr. William Conn with seven more. We venture to say this record cannot be beaten within the same area. Successful Meeting. V Ladies' Suits, Boats and Dresses A look will convince you that we can save you money on anything in Ladies ready to wear garments. We buy these lines from the very best Manufacturers in New York. We take great pleasure in showing you through. If we havn't what you want we will order it on approval and get it for you in a short time. L li 4 T. Lssssma H. LOGAN. The New Antioch Christian Church of this county has been greatly edified and strengthened by a series of meetings conducted by IJ. C. Lacy of Junction City, Tenn. There were 2? additions in all, including some of the best people in that section,- - fathers and mothers among the number so that the membership is strengthened as never before. We cannot speak too highly of Bro. Lacy's work among us. As a speaker of the word he is strong and forceful and presents the truth in a fearless His personal work lovable manner. was done vigorously and untiringly and as a result he leaves a stronger body of people,- - a people fully awakened to their responsibilities at home and in the church and a people appreciative of his work as a messenger of God. last Saturday morning a colored youth named Harlan found the body of Mr. Henry G. Sandifer Sr. of Danville Ky. cold in death on the banks of Hanging Fork near the bridge on the old Danville pike. A bucket of freshly caught minnows were near the body, which he had apparently stopped to rest after catching, when the death negro summons came. The young to Hedgeville from whence a hastened telephone message was sent to Dancontaining Complete line of Fatuous White Horse Brand Can Goods ville and an automobile Sheriff Fox and other friends of the deceased hastened to the scene and removed the body to his home. Mr. Goods Sandifer left his home about six o'clock O -d Saturday morning bent on a days fish- O passion-atell- y O ing, of which sport he was H fond, and the body was not M near noon. found until You Mr. Sandifer was a native of Lancaster, but many years ago removed W to Danville and for forty six years has been connected with the Boyle NationDon't ask for cheapness. Keep thinking O al Bank and for the past fifteen years has been the cashier of that instituof quality. tion; he was connected with many of w Thats our advice. the other business enterprises of Dan- CO ville. He was a member and active If you know only alittle about brands worker in the Methodist church and O CO was one of the most prominent Masons X you can still be safe for this store always in Kentucky, being past Eminent Com- w mander of the Grand Commandery of stands for your safety. es ths state, and one of the most efficient teachers of Masonry in the state. The We have nothing that you need hesitate W high esteem in which Mr. Sandifer CO was held in Danville was svidenced by about buying or eating. the vast outpouring of people to hia "Purity a surety" is our Canned Goods funeral, which was held at the Metho- O CO Danvijle on Monday dist church in w motto. and which waa conducted by afternoon the Danville lodges, supplemented by All that is ever canned we have. Masons from all over the state, nearly Em O 400 being in the funeral march; a hush Fish, Fruit, Vegetables. seemed to pervade the entire communi- W ty, the streets along the line of march And never forget that buying here is the were thronged with people, high and low, rich and poor alike, with bowed best way to be sure. head and downcast eyes, mourned the loss of so good and true a man. Mr. Sandifer was sixty seven years of age. He is survived by his wife and one son. Henry G. Sandifer Jr, of O CO Danville. He was a cousin to Mrs. E. W. Harris, Mrs. W. L. Lawson $nd, spoof) ires Mrs. S. B. Henry of this city, asioH sjmM snourej jo ami ejsxdraoo W. J. ROMANS. Buy The Best Canned S o That -- Can. f f o S p a o 2 i--4 Theo. Currey. pupjg o o o "-4- i jPSWSSSJIaEKWSSa C833SSS9SSS83SS3a &O&O&O!Qa30&a2 zi'i''bWWWvWvKS' . Watch-Gloth- in 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 xJkSkSk5k$$$ line which is guaranteed all wool and the finest Tailoring. SCHAFFNER $20.00, YOU & f IWiJ3.fl A Of s c o r; and SUITS LET US SHOW $22.50. $25.00 and $27.00 JL o D J AS. THE NEW THINGS. a v v O WW )l&V!Lyi&XK8&8 O JLfJL X XX House Quality. vzvzvz :i:sg5?- o s " a &&aawKs$a&aa a t. has been obviated by the Government was awarded Oscar Fisher of Logan's Eastern Normal School gave an inter"Any man looking for a third term $12,000. In Bonds Voted By The Clh purchasing elsewhere, the opportunity Chapel school. esting address on "Education for Life" ought to be shot" 3. For the best set of Language pa- which was enjoyed by all. for any monetary value ever accruing A written proclamation found in the zens Of Lancaster Fdr The Purr. to either the town or the county from pers the first prize of $1.50 given by 2. Prof. J. W. Dickey of the West- clothing of the man who did the shootthe property has vanished into thin air; Mr. Alex Walker was awarded to ern Normal of Bowling Green gave an ing reads: Of Waterworks Improi "September 15. 1912. September 15, We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n then why not resolve the suit into a Thelma Simpson of Gunn's Chapel impromptu talk. He was not on the GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Mag- friendly one, lee Judge Chas. A. Har- school at Buckeye, teacher Miss Ruth program but he just happened in and 1901, 1:30 a. m., in a dream I H. Estes as a candidate for saw PresiTo Be Expended Entered at the Post Office iu Lancaster, Ky. istrate, in the first district of Garrard din pass upon the question, let this Ray. Second One Dollar given by Dr. his words of encouragement were enjoy dent McKinley sit up in a monk's attire county, subject to the action of the settle the matter, and turn the plot Kinnaird, awarded to Elizabeth Doty ed by all. s Mall Matter. as in whom I recoenzied Theodore Roose Now And JarJ democratic party. over to the good ladies, together with Manse school teacher Miss Allie Hen 3. Miss Aubyn Chinn of the State velt. The President said 'this is my Member Kentucky Press Association i liberal donations, and we may rest as dren. Third a ribbon awarded to University of Lexington gave an inter murderer, avenge my death.' 191 We are authorized to announce and sured that they will do the rest. Jacob Burnside. esting address on "The Home in the "September 12. 1912, 1:30 a. m.. while Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Eighth District Publishers League. 4. For the best map of Kentucky a School". Magistrate in the second district of writing a poem, some one tapped me In November 191 Garrard county, subject to the action No sane or evenly balanced person pair of $3.50 shoes given by Joseph 4. Prof. J. W. Ireland of Stanford on the shoulder and said: 'Let not a of the democratic party. Lancaster, Ky., October 18, 1912. taxpayers of LancaJ would attribute the attempted assasi-natio- n Mercantile Co. was awarded to Lillie added much to the interest of the pro murderer take the presidential chair. issue of $12,000. foil of Roosevelt to Baker and Jennie Ray of Sycamore gram with his music which always de- Avenge my death. ' We are authorized to announce Tay- any other cause than to the diseased School, Miss Stella Hendren teacher. lights his audiences. sys"I could plainly see Mr. McKinley's improvement oi Rates For Political Announcements lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- state of mind of some crank, which Second prize of $1.00 given by Dr. tem of the. city. W.elieve that it 5. Mrs. George D. Robinson Pres. features. in the second district of Garistrate For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 rard county, subject to the action of is clearly the condition of the man Elliott to Willie Prewitt of Walker of the Woman's Club gave an inspiring "Before the Almighty God. I swear was the general understanding of it 10.00 the democratic party. ?or County Offices talk on "Music in the Public Schools". this above writting is nothing but the j public at the time they voted these Schrank, 'who fired the shot which School, teacher Miss Minnie Johnson. G. For State and District Offices.... 15.00 uunus mat it was contemplated goirj; 5. For the best problem in farm was intendsd to take the Colonel's Hon. J. W. Newman State Com. truth." 10 For Calls, per line to Dix river for a full and adequate We are authorized to announce Davis life. It is the height of folly to ascribe arithmetic, $2.00 given by Citizens of Agriculture spoke most enthusiastic-l- y Another note found in the man's 10 Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate this state of mind to the utterances "tof National Bank the first prize supply of water, but it seems that afFor Cards, per line on the "Farm in the School", and pocket read: was in the first Magisterial district of Gar- any For all publications in the interparticular person; it is true that in awarded to John L. Brown Manse spoke words of praise of the boys ex"So long as Japan could rise to the ter a thorough investigation, that the rard county, subject to the action of est of individuals or expresthe height of the campaign there are school, teacher Miss Allie Hendren. hibit of corn, also of the boys and greatest power of the world despite city council have determined that this the democratic party. sion of individual views, per many utterances made which are calcu- Second a base ball bat given by Hasel-de- n judges. her surviving a tradition more than step was impossible with the amount Bros, was awarded to Marshal 7, Hon. McHenry Rhodes State Su- 2,000 years old, as Gen. Nogi so nobly of money at their disposal, and thv inlated to incite the mind of the more Democrats you are taking too much flammable class, 05 Obituaries, per line nor are these utter- Mahan, West Point School, teacher pervisor of High Schools of Frankfort demonstrated, it is the duty of the have adopted the next best method, for granted. We have reiterated this ances confined to any particular party Miss Myrtle Ruble. Third ribbon to addressed the audience on the "Pratic-a- l United States of America to uphold the which we will attempt to detail to Unfact to you during the present cam- or representative, with all due Side of Our Modern Education". defer Gordon Doty Manse school taught by third term tradition. I.ft. pwrv third. people who "pay the freight", and we paign, time and again. The election DEMOCRATIC TICKET. ence to him, the Colonel himself is not Miss Allie Hendren. Prof. Calfee of Berea addressed the termor be regarded as a traitor to the a,nwre,y hope that their efforts may of Wilson &. Marshall seem assured. any G. For the best business letter the audience, his subject being "The Power American cause. Let it be the right Pve successful and thoir plans may too overly gaurded in his utterFOR PRESIDENT j'BUT, nothing in this world is actually to the peopte of th ances. These words falling from the first prize a $5.00 suit case given by Of The Teacher". His remarks were and duty of every citizen to forcibly Prove WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey sure, save death and taxes. There is lips of campaign orators are taken up R. H. Batson was awarded to Irene very interesting. thilcominjnirv- - rirst. tney propose to remove a Nevr a universal-feelinthat "we are going by these diseased minded beings, con- Kauffman of Hickman school, teacher The success of the Fair is in a great third-terFOR a party emblem appear on raise tlie present dam at th water to win anyway" and there is no necessTHOMAS R. MARSHALL, works by the addition of six feet to magnified, thought over until Miss Lucretia Skinner. Second Two measure due to Misses Stella Hendren the official ballot. ity for a campaign fund. Don't you torted Of Indiana Dollars given by Garrard Bank and and Margaret O'hearn, their alreadily badly balanced brain e the Vice "1 am willing to die for my country, the present dam; for this purpose they believe it. There never was a wagon gives away and they conceive it their Trust Co. was awarded to Maggie president and Secretary, respectively, God has called me to be his instrument, have two bids frcm Mr. Moynahan of For Congress. that would run without greasing, no duty to correct the imagined wrongs, Carter of the Cartersville school, teach- who were untiring in Richmond Ky., one of $2600. and one their efforts in so help me God. HARVEY HELM, more will the grand old democratic of $2900. the difference in price being the result is murder or attempt to mur- er Mr. E. E. Estridge. Third ribbon behalf of the occasion; and they were of Lincoln. "INNOCENT GUILTY." band wagon, it must have grease, it is awarded to Henrietta Mays, Lindendale ably assisted by every teacher in the der. Written in German: "A strong tower caused by the different manner in running, but in order to keep it going For Commonwealth's Attorney which they propose to make the proSchool, teacher Miss Alice Scott. county, all taking the greatest possible is our God." heigth of It is unjust and it must be greased. Self confidence place such a crimethe the door folly to 7. For the best handmade apron EMMET V. PURYEAR, at of any the interest in the preparations, and that The man had followed Col. Roose- posed extension, upon which they have upon the part of the democratic party, of Boyle. party, or to the utterances of any of $3.00 rocker given by Hurt & Anderson all were amply repaid for their interest velt from New York, to Charleston, not yet determined. The heightening upon the part of the democrats of the the leaders of the party; Mr Roosevelt was awarded to Bessie King, Logan's is proven by the wishes heard expressed New Orleans, and many other cities of the dam will provide twice the country individually will not keep this we do For County Judge. not believe would utter one word Chapel, teacher Miss Ora Rogers. on every side that the effair be made seeking an opportunity to kill him. but amount of water which the present campaign moving. The warfare must resorvoir now holds, and it is thought We are authorized to announce Clay- be made aggressive and must be incess- that would cause harm to fall upon the Second a pair of embroidery scissors an annual one, and that it be allotted seems not to have found it until he will supply the city with all the water head of Mr. Taft or Mr. Wilson, no was awarded Lucretia Anderson of the more than one day and the scope reached Milwaukee. ton A. Arnold as a candidate.for County ant, the enemy must be assailed upon Col. Roosevelt's more would one of these gentlemen Antioch school, teacher Miss Emma materially increased. Judge of Garrard County subject to physicians state that the wound is a which it is thought will be necessary, all sides and unceasingly, and in order the action of the democratic party. give voice to an utterance that would Sowers. Third ribbon Mamie Ledford Until the "Fair" was given, no at- superficial one, that the ball did not not only for present, but for all future to do this, funds must be had. ; There vo,in t 11, llijUi Ui .!,. UUUOCV CI Manse, teacher Miss Allie Hendren. v. tempt upon a general scale has ever penetrate the abdominal wall, that the purposes. This dam is to be thoroughw We are authorized to announce are no corporations financing Woodrow ly strengthened and Mr. RooSevelt is the victim of being a 8. For the best essay on bread mak- been made to show to the peop'e of the lungs are not touched and no James A. Beazley as a candidate for Wilson s campaign, there are no serious is thought will hold reinforced and it steel great man, a famous man; the cause of ing the $3.50 pocket book awarded to county just what was being accomplishall the water which County Judge of Garrard county, subresults are apprehended. will accumulate in the resorvoir thus ject to the action of the Democratic trUStS Or trusts Of anv fVafrintinn tnl.i.;. led to the death of our latest Nellie Scott, Stoney Point school, ed in the rural schools, each district which Later: The injury sustained by Col. dump uncounted millions into the coffers martyred president, party. the beloved teacher, Miss Mary Barr. Second has had its Friday afternoon exercises, Roosevelt is more severe than was at provided. 01 me campaign committee; the cam Immediately below this dam is to be of the greatest Mayor Chicago $1.50 given by Mrs. Zimmer was awar- which as a usual thing do not attract first reported, though no danger is anpaign is being financed by the great ever knew, Carter H. Hamilton, For Sheriff. constructed a new and modern filter Sr both ded to Elizabeth Doty, Manse school, many visitors. The Fair, to use a ticipated, unless some complications common people, by popular subscription; 0 common expression, fairly opened the should arise. The bullet is reported with a capacity of from 100.000 to We are authorized to announce C. A. and sad to relate, owing entirely to of whom fell by the hand of an assass- teacher Miss Allie Hendren. gallons of filtered water per day in and crank, just such as attempted 9. For the best loaf of bread the eyes of the people to the progress of lodged against the fourth rib on the Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action this feeling of overconfidence, the fin- the life of Col. Roosevelt. . prize of a pair of $3.0Q shoes given by the schools; it fully demonstrated that Colonel's right side. His secretaries with a guarantee of 93 per cent purity; ances are not nearly what they should of the Democratic party. H. T. Loeran was awarded to Lelia an able superintendent having under have made the announcement that Col. this filter is to be 13 feet long. 6 feet be, and it has become necessary to Teater, Antioch school, teacher Miss her charge a willing, earnest and faith- Roosevelt would make no more speech-e- f in depth and about G feet in diameter; We are authorized to announce send out an urgent appeal for more School Fair A Success In Every Particu- Emma Sowers. Second $1.50 given by ful corps of teachers, was doing everyAshby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff during the campaign. He was re- it is to be provided with 200 stariners, funds. Only about one third the amount of Garrard county, subject to the acJ. R. Mount, Son & Co. to Elizabeth thing possible to advance the cause of moved to Mercy Hospital Chicago a coagulating basin and all the aplar And Speaks In Glowing Terms of money needed for the actual and tion of the democratic party. Doty, Manse school, teacher Miss Allie education in the county, and that their where the most noted surgeons in the pliances know to modern science for necessary expenses of the campaign Of The Rapid Strides Made In Hendren. Third ribbon Ada Dismukes efforts were being abundantly rewarded. country iea Dy ur. jonn flturpny arei the providing of pure water and is to We are authorized to announce W. have been snbscribed; thousands oi j be thoroughly guaranteed by one of Buena Vista school, teacher Miss Katie It is to be hoped that we shall have attending him. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard ,3 a. .1 Late Years In The Schools it the most reliable construction comto the action of the ueinucrais, wno u tney tnougnt it necounty, subject a School Fair every year, that more Carpenter. cessary, would give and give liberally, democratic party. panies in the country to be as represwill be devoted to it, that the list 10. For the best essay on corn time Of The County. Back Home For Feeders. have not given a cent IT IS necessarj ented. of exhibits will be materially increased growing, the first prize of a pair of We are authorized to announce W. S. better to give now W. S. "Pony" Beazley has been here than to regret not In addition to these two named imThe School Fair held at the court 3j.ou snoes given Dy j. vv. smitn was and there is not a merchant or business Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of giying later. This money will be put J.iouse on last Saturday was a success awarded to Gordon Doty, Manse school institution in the county who will not this week looking lor feeders to take provements, the city has purchased Garrard county, subject to the action to good use, not wasted, help, with a beyond the fondest expectations of all teacher Miss Allie Hendren. Second be willing to contribute liberally to the back to his big stock farm near Lex- of Mr. W. T. West for the sum of of the Democratic party. ington. The Beazley Bros received $450. a lot in the rear of the old dollar, or more if you can, but help. concerned in its promotion. An im- $2.00 in Mdse. given by Conn Bros, premium list. For Assessor. their early education in the cattle Come in and give chairman J. R. Mount mense crowd was attracted to hear the was awarded to Owen Hendren, Sycabuilding, on the Bradley lot. a something to help along towards a efforts of the children, and eyeryone more School, teacher Miss Stella Hen- Col. Roosevelt Shot Attempt Made On raising business in Garrard and they plot of ground 50x50 feet, upon which W are authorized to announce Dave claim this is the place to get them. C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor democratic yictory which is within our was favorably impressed by the prog- dren. Third rjbbon Thomas Ballard they will erect a "water tower". This Life Of of Garrard county subject to the ac- grasp if we will only seize it. AsJIe Entered tower is to be a steel tank 2G feet in ress made by the pupils of the various White Hall school, teacher Miss Fantion of tbc democratic psrty. Unfortunate Accident. height, 22 feet in diameter with a capaschools of the county. The exhibits nie Dowden. An Automobile In Front Of A It is a sbame that the( geographical were of the highest order, not only 11. Best exhibit of seed corn first We are authorized to announce Mr. Mr William Parsons who lives upon city of 100,000 gallons,.mounted upon Milkwaukee Hotel. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- center of Lancaster with Jthe possibili- those along educational lines, but in prize of $2.00 given by National Bank the farm of Mr J. W. Elmore about 3 a latticed steel platform which brings nation of Assessor of Garrard County, ties for becoming a ''City beautiful" farm products, needle miles out on the old Danville pike was the rntire height of the structure up to handiwork and was awarded to O'Neal Broadus, subject to the action of the democratic which has, should present; the dilap- many other things that are calculated Pleasant Hill School, Teacher Mrs. T. it On Monday evening as Col. Theodore thrown by a young horse last week and 140 feet, and the pressure therefrom party. idated appearance which it does. The to be useful in after life, showing con- B. Cotton. Roosevelt was entering an automobile sustained a severe fracture of a leg will throw water over the tallest buildWe are authorized to announce J. B. "park" is capable of being made a clusively jtha.t the splendid corps of Second $1.00 given by Lancaster in front of the Gilpatrick hotel in Mi- near the ankle, which will incapacitate ing in the most remote confines of the Collier as & candidate for the nominathing of beauty, an ornament to the rural teachers of Garrard county are Lumber. Co, was awarded to Eugene lwaukee, Wis. preparatory to going to him for some time. city, and with pressure to spare. This tion for assessor of Garrard county, city, but instead of being such, it is a making every effort to prepare their Broadus of the same school. tower will prove a great saving to the stzbject to the action of the democratic the Auditorium where he was to make party. city in the operation of the water veritable eye sore. The "Civic Tobacco Season To Open Soon. pupils to become useful men and Third ribbon Lucian John$ou West a speech, a man in the crowd fired a plant, in the first place, it can be filled an organization composed of the women in the future. The map draw Point School, Mjss Myrtle Ruble, revolver point blank at him the bullet We are Authorized to announce W. Clever "Billy" Speith who is con- every day with a few hours good ladies of the town, desires to take ing showed a knowledge of the geog- teacher. pumping and lodg- nected entering his right breast L. Huffman fox a candidate for assesswith the local tobacco ware- at the power house, which will obviate or of Garrard county subject to the this centrally located plot in charge and raphical, topographical and geological The house has arrived and is riding fleshy tissues. the 12. Best Judge of seed corn first ing in over the make it presentable, to make of it an status vi our state wnicn is equalled f prize action of the Democratic party. wound inflicfed was thought to be slight county getting a line on the crop, a the necessity of keeping two, a day base ball glove given by R. E. ornament to the community instead of vy very iew 01 tneir eiders, pne naps and night engineer, one man being able AlcKoberts & bon was awarded to and the doughty ex:president proceeded goodly portion of which he expects to the haven for idle urchans and stray being well executed, colored and the For Sdwtl Sspoiatendant. on his journey and made his speech be- buy. Mr Speith will be joined in a to do the work, and in case of fire, or Blaine Estridge Woodsview School, dogs, which it now is. various resources If the state properly Teacher Mr. T. H. Smith. Second. fore having the wound dressed, The few weeks, by Mrs Speith and the for any unforseen reason, will, be comWe are authorized to announce Miss We rft reliably informed that some charted thereon. Following: is a correct pelled to work a few hours longer at and couple will have rooms Jtennie Higgins as a candidate for Marshal Mahan West Point Third, nian was quickly overpowered at Mr J. P. the pumping station, but months s.Lnce Lthe city agreed to donate list of the awards:-1- . iSe&ool Supe'rintendant for Garrard under any hustled to a cell in the police statiop, Prather's during the coming winter. Ribbon Gordon Doty Manse. oe&ty, subject to the action of the. a sum, some$iing like $500. for this and all circumstances the work mav In the spelling contest Bessie Col Roosevelt himself urging the 13. Best exhibit nf handwork First UJeartcratic party. purpose, ,th.a,t .an. Qjfi&r, to. this effect is' King of Logan Chapel School and Moreasily be done by one man. Card Of Thanks. prize of $1.00 given by Garrard Milling angered crowd who were crying "lynch fcowseaiiyjunqn the council .books .of ris Calico of the Cartersville school The amount of coal consumed at the any act of violence him", to avoid For JaiJer. tberfty;?f .fte cqunty jvould jdpiuyte aj stood last and both finally missed the Co. awarded to Sycamore School toward the man. We desire to extend our sincere piunt uuring me year is aoout iz cars, Teacher, Miss Stella Hendren, second, We are au&orized to announce Jack jiKe amowis aw ,tnis aggregation sum sa.meword. The first prize of Five One Dollar given by Dr. The prisoner told the police after an thanks to the people of Lancaster, and which costs about $90. per car laid Acton awarded a can&date for Jailer of Gar-rra- would be supplgme,nt,edjbya Ueajno,up Dollars and second of Two Dollars and ASam as hour's examination that he was John to the many Tdnd friends who were so down at the plant, this will easily be coxnty, subject to the action of oy uie lajues, wwfin flve jUijOerstaqd y A3.?8 ""elre added and 'divided to Carrie Aldridge West Point school, Schrank, of 370 EastTenth street, New attentave to us during the illness and cut in half, under the new system proTeacher Miss Myrtle Ruble. Ribbons Democratic party. the would and could readfly foe .doe, r(e .equaljjr fteiween riem. 'Stapp York. He had on his person a copy of death of our husband and father. "W e posed, it will not take one half the jCarrie Aldridge same school, Anna May park, and also tie public square qujd jof Gunn-'- vChaje school wf s' awarded are unable to see and thank each of amount of fuel. Thus if the plans of We are .authorized to announce Dave on Hickman, Miss Lueretia the Lolonel.s itinerary, written thelBis-marc- a .Shearerl Etets as a .candidate for Jailer of Gar- be placed in a first class and presen- &ir,j prijze a'fl.bbo.' " "'" them in person and take this method Supt. Herron and the council prove out; k sheet of note paper taken from ' rard county, subject to the action of table condition. The only drawback 2. In tfee declamatory CQn&esf Altta Skinner, teacher." Hotel and cafe Nasnville, of assuring them that their kindness as they contemplate, it will result in a the Democratic party. 14. Exhibit of handwork $2.00 fenm ''" ,seems to be the fact that there is a Hammond of the geecbo will never be forgotten. net saving to the city of from $S00. to scoi?) o Mary King Sutton, Herring controversy as to the ownership of was awarded first prize of Fye awarded Mrs. W. P. Anderson and children. $1000. per year. assas3in i3 five feet five The would-b- e Dars Fer Magistrate. the "par;", and a suit now pending in gold given by the Woman's CJyb, school' Atfss Lizzie Bettis teacher, inches in height, weighs 170 pounds, We sincerely hope that the most We. ere authorized ito announce in the Garrard sjreuit court to settle Second prize of Two Dollars and sanguine plans of the gentlemen may flfty feecong, pjossie yalker same school. light complexion, bald and fairly well John N. White as a candidate for this controversey. Now that the pos cents given by Beasley & Collier wss Third, ribbon Cora Moore Hickman dressed He confessed to the police be realized and that within the course Mntrinfrnt in tYin rsf- lintriot. nf for Record of a very few years the entire indebtedsibility of this site ever being used as awarded to Owen Hendren' of Syca School Miss Lucretia Skinner, teacher. that he fired the shot and made the "rard 'county, subject to Che action of 'Jhe&eat; of the Government build'ng more School, and third prize a ribbon Jthe democratic party. ness of the city may be wiped out. 1. Prof. E. C. McDougle of the remark; The Central Record We are authorized to announce WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard incorporated. County, subject to the action of the 51.00 a year. democratic party. Issued Weekly. Second-Glas- insBmK3 I I I ace-pta- ble third-terme- r. VICE-PRESIDEN- T. m lt i j I -- I I w. V !,. Ira Mc-Kinle- y, 150,-00- - A 1 . post-offi- ce Lea--gue,- " rd k s 1 - Subscribe r " - ir V. x. ..: :.if,k. r .x A J - -- HV rr - ,i-- szsssrsnEiZs; m iimwiiii'n V"-- rr iyngril W y k -- i:j-CT.-7,.--t- P'W I'ttl iiiniwi fi rl FOR BALD HEADS A We Write Anv Kind of Treatment that Costs Nolliing If It Fails. f personal guarantee that the trial will not cost you a penny if it does not give 1 you absolute satisfaction. That's a proof of our faith in this remedy, and R g it should indisputably demonstrate that we know what we are talking about f $ when we say that Rexall "93" Hair Phone 27. Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky Tonic will retard baldness, overcome risT-rrygrerrascalp and hair ailments.and 'if any human agency can accomplish this rejBgumuuB.jwjBai)gwaiiJ-i.sult, it may also be relied upon to promote a new growth of hair. rigg!ru.'j!Liamtu. gsgTCTJ jJiAajmy Remember we are basing our statements upon what has already been accomplished by the use of Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, and we have the right to assume that what it has done for thousOF LANCASTER. ands of others it will do for you. In any event you cannot lose anything by M b u it ft if & g We want you to try three large bot- g ties of Rexall "93" Ilair Tonic on our a Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER g " THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus $30,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. Capital $50,GQQ. A. R. DENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Embhy, giving it atrial on our liberal guarantee. Two sizes, 50c. and $1.00. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in this community only at our store The Rexall Store. R. E. McRobeits &. Son. . Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, IJUKNA VISTA Safety Samual jjj Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR Fsr Rent. BUSINESS. J. E. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. D. .' V !i'i"' Virgil wilds of Satnford visited Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Christopher, Sunday. Dr. Cheek of Danville filled the pulpit at the Presbyterian church Sunday. and Skinner Messis Lucretia Sophronia Fox attended the School Fair rnanML' r ! U'JUMMlU'rni at Lancaster Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton of Lan- B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED JSS3. s tlfe Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. 1 CAPITAL 550.000. V. W. O..RITKEY, SURPLUS $35,000. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- Ass't Cash'r. r. 3asi'L S. - Solicited. Prompt Attention Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibba Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. S :?,wa2as-32W3SuOPr3&'k- -- v (PPp1 rV?S$Rr$ , -- caster attended the sale here Saturday, of Mr. Hamilton mother. Mr. Ed Eason will move his family to Nicholsville this week, but he will remain a while to settle up his business. Miss Jennie Williams of Louisville who has been the guest of Mrs Walton, went from here to Lexington to visit. Mrs. Tom Brown and son of Indiana, Mrs. John Daugherty and son of New York are at the bedside of their Mother, Mrs. Tom Christopher, who continues quite ill. Mrs. John Christopher of Fayette, also and daughter Mrs. Anderson, Messrs Ai thin and Atyie Christophei of Somerset have been with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Christopher. At the sale of Mrs. Hamilton last Saturday, things sold at a very good price. Mrs. Hamilton goes to Danyilh to make her home with her daughter. Hex friends regret to see her leave the community. NO REASON FOR DOUBT-- Fir- - fe""' fevvy g$S$7 A:- - "s&r &yr r l ' U--- cd - p" on 2 hrc J years ao : to-ch- in. ever increasing & rcofs arc as t iff tft A Statement of hzls Backed by a Strong Guarantee. We guarantee complete relief to all sufferers from constipation. In every case where we fail we supply the med icine free. Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, effective, dependable and safe bowel regulator, strengthener and tonic. They re establish nature's functions in a quite, easy way. They do not cause any inconvenience, griping or nausea. They are so pleasant to take and work so easily that they may be taken by anyone at any time. They thoroughly tone up the whole system to healthy activity. Rexall Orderlies are unsurpassable and ideal for the use of children, old folks and delicate persons. We cannot too highly recommend them to all sufferers from any form of constipation and its attendant evils. Two sizes 10c and 25c. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in this community only at our store The Rexall Store. R. E. McRoberts &. Son. British Cows Which Eat Fish. Dried coalfish, unsalted, Is eaten b7 the inhabitants of the Faroe islands Wf good as new . never c:-.-:-Ssee them. j, and have rook $0? J&xL Cbcn t put en Uz.i &'J,W&L f. V 7','r 'TPj 2 F Apply to Local Contractors or CortriiUit Mela! Roofing Co., Philadelpv jsaBe&saaBBBEaggaiiB , fLkLieV r -j : aj p? " t. .k lOFJSCCU LSiOVCfS .b . i. R ' j r& ? Boost Your Own Brands e, as you know, are f.sins your choicest tobacco in the brands of Strater Bros.' L'ranch, and you know that nobody prows 1 vcu lenew t!iat thc?e br;anus o".e v Section. Now v.i v.ut you to help vs cell these brands this year even better than cur rest previous years. The reasons you should so help are as follows: tetter tobacco tht.n you do. -- Yt-.: lcnoxr ho'.v we iraniiTacture, so You Are Pari: Ovner Tlie fnct that yon prow t"ie tobacco raakL'SJ'ou psrtowneiof all these brands. Kvery lime tliat one .ok prod I. very vvord tb.it jou sav in favor of any thosj saKs. Svery ti.lp:3 to increase 'rr"-.- J that jvm buy for your own use c', s rnahe those pnv.ts better. AH our .v.tcrcsts your :nu rests and ours ars in thche hovcral tobaccos. It is lufcic that you should bend all of your efforts, however smu'.l. in the selling. that they sve the most people buvinfj. mal-40.000 e 40,-0C- Finokers and chca-cr- s floe"; to brands 0 ;.iedv uirs indirectly more, (jvt t :em for Krrattr 15ros.' llraach IJrands the brands that you jjrowior by using thece brands yourself. Tell Every Friend Tell your friends of these brands. Tell them what you know of the tobacco. Tell them you grow it and smote and chew it jcurse'.f. s.i you Atiozi: TtU them it comes from Kentucky, from the center of the richest Unrii y section1?. Ictthem fcnow it's the cr am of yoiv crops and tnat they can buy taeso brrnd: f'om 'mst any dealer, because tieolers know that e brands are the best they tan buy. Drirlcy growers sIksuTJ Burljy Boosters nnd t'is fccit trey to boot is to BUVBurlcy th-op 1-- (between Shetland and Iceland) or their cowe, says a consular report. The fish, which is of the cod type, is considered good for cows, as it enables them, it is stated, to yield an ample supply of rich milk. The dried fish is not cooked before being eaten; it is merely laidon stones and then pounded vith stones or hammers. Saved By His Wife. iUd The United Power of 40,000 Buyers men in a section wield an enormous buying influence, if all asl: for these brands when they buy tobacco there results a jjiRantic s:'!e. And big sales are the best advertising known. 40,000 rT'r. YOUI1 OWN B?AND3-YOUaSC- Lr. norrJnYQ. .f Dealers throughout the Ua'ttn' States know these, famous tobaccos. 'rhey are Xation-- idt. soili rs pipalar brands. Thjy are helping these dealers to prosper. Tiny are m.ile from tk- ;.el: tfe i amour, crops o 4.GW jtowits. pll. So arc all of their inencU. Tins method n very ore of th e growers Is bo brands. Are they workup tor )o if bringing the pro'its to dealers :o Uiose who sUI tv t- -i 1Z s- Kcrearelhenu:d.rrasrKtcioLagbrant!j-COLXn'r.LOVV-PKNVPOST-FULLP- AY. j- Here arc the dtlicioui chewing brar-ON THH SQUAHZ-TOriCHL- ICt - l Put them into ycur stock. Sec I. vJ- C.JACCD COMPANY BRANCH STRATA "" ' EURLEY T02ACCO COMPANY, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. j Y JOE ".'. -- 3KATU.tA.L 'S . TViST-CUP-DA- YS WOPJC LCAF. (2) She's a wise woman who knows just what to do when her husband's life is in danger, but Mrs. R J. Flint, Breintree, Va., is of that kind. "She insisted on my using Dr. King's New Discovery, " writes Mr. F. ' for a dreadful cough, when I was so weak my frienbs all thought I had only a short time to live, and it completely cured me." A quick cure for coughs and colds, it is the most safe and reliable medicine for many troubles grip, throat and lung bronchitis, croup, whooping cough, quinsy, tonsilitis, hemorrhages. A trial 1.00. will convince you. 50 cts. and Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. RASTUS IS PUZZLED. An aged colored man was passing a fish store when he stopped to examine a huge turtle chained in the doorway mE&sm&ammmmxam&Bm yrgsrcrarcEgCTrfryjv a aa wrerarasggregTHsr Look To b Future as well as the present-You 4- - don't always expect" to have a small business. Then prepare yourself for abig one.' Open an account at the Garrard Bank &. Trust Co., and get used doing business as big business is done. Eesides an account here is a money saver in many ways. A check costs you only two cents to mail What does it cost you to send the cash? - The Garrard Bank V7T -.- ,..'u.JVU4kUjags & Trust Company as an advertisement. He had never seen a turtle before and he prodded the strange creature curiously. Suddenly he popped his finger into his mouth with a howl of pain. After the finger had stopped bleeding he gazed at it ruefully, then eyed the turtle apprehensively. thing this if they expect to pros"What's the matter, Rastus?" asked per. like the fish dealer with a grin. But the one thing which this com"Nuffln', sah, nuffln'. Ah was jest mittee desires to impress on the growwonderin' whether Ah had been bit ers is the importance of organization. or stung." Lippincott's. However plain the facts, nothing can be accomplished without it. In our Often the Case. judgment, the only thing for us to do "What sort of a newspaper have now is to urge a cut out of the next you here?" inquired the recently ar- crop. We know positively that it was rived stranger. the cut out of ljlOJ that saved the fight "Well," frankly replied the landlord of the growers against the .trust. We of the tavern, "many of the brightest knew it was the- cut out that made writers in this country and England us a price 17 cents, and we know there r are regular contributors to the is a vast difference between 7 cent without knowing It." Puck. tobacco and . 17 cent tobacco. We Plain-deale- know there ls"more clear profit In one crop at 14 cents, than there Is in three crops at 8, or even 9 cents, for we firmly believe that these figures mean an actual loss to both tenants and landlords. We have faith in the good sense and patriotism of tne people, and make an earnest appeal for due and careful Organization Formed In Ken- consideration of this question. We ajso realize that the work must tucky To Increase Price bo done speedily in order to thwart our enemies, who, if this movement Of Tobacco grows in popular favor, will again Bend their agents into the field to pay handsome prices to a favored few, and OTHER STATES thus lull the majority into a hopeful TO APPEAL but falsa confidence that thy too, will get this good price. In order to arrive at the will of tho With Growers of Ken- people, To urge the people of each tucky in Their Effort to Obtain Liv- county we to hold mass conventions on ing Prices for the Product of their Saturday, October 12, and that they Land and Labor. select delegates to attend the Lexington convention on Wednesday, October An Appeal to Farmers: 16th. On October 1st, there met In the If the movement does not gather Phoenix Hotel, Lexington, Ky., a small sufficient strength by this date to inband of farmers from less than a dicate that a successful fight can be dozen counties. They met for the pur- made, then we know of nothing furpose of discussing a cut out of the ther to suggest, and the growers must le left alone, each to fight nis own t913 tobacco crop. On account of the busy season many battles. (The above report was adopted, and large producing counties were not repIs ordered printed.) resented, but several of them sent A. W. WALDEN, Chairman, encouraging messages. After due deOwingsvilie, Ky. liberation it was agreed to organize the "Burly Protective Societty" and to VALUE OF THE LITTLE BIRDS push the cut out movement for all it is worth. Mass conventions were advised for They Labor Incessantly In Fields, Petroying Many Injurious and the various counties on Saturday, OcDestructive Insects. tober 12, and a general convention of growers at Lexingtqn, Ky., was orthe The birds are the bdst friends that dered for Wednesday, October 16th. the farmer has. Why? Because they The county mass conventions are to select delegates to represent them at labor daily in the farmers' fields, destroying the insects that destroy or the general convention on the 16th. feed upon the tender plants of the A committee, composed of reprefields. Have you a friend that will sentatives from Bath, Franklin, Scott labor your fields daily destroying and Owen counties, was selected for these in Insects just for his board and the purpose of preparing "An Appeal" clothing? you cannot to growers, and the following la the place your No, indeed; eye upon but one friend result of their labors: that will do this for you. That is An Appeal To Farmers. the little birds which are being slaughNever since the tobacco question be- tered by you in large numbers. Why came an acute issue has the situation do you not try to protect these friends presented a more serious or menac- who are so faithful to you, when they ing front to growers than the one they aBk you for no pay for services renare now facing. For the first time dered you in your fields, destroying since 1906 the farmers are wholly un insects that injure your plants, simply organized. A pool, for the present, is because you have not stopped to think Single handed over the matter as you ought to. Do out of the question. and alone they must face the enemy, you not realize that they are worth combined, tactful and greedy, and li- hundreds of times more to you as destroyers than their flesh is censed by the highest law of the land to continue their game of wolf while worth to you in a bird pie or in some other way? dressed in the garb of lambs. Farmers, it is time to wake up to There is no protection for the farmer other than that which he himself pro- the fact that these little bird friends vides. Although he is numbered by must have better protection. Why? the tens of thousands, and the buyers Because they are needed more and can be numbered by tho fingers on more every year. As people increase one hand, yet this mighty host must and the clearing of more lands inbow in humble submission before the creases, the insects are bound to Inhaughty obligarchy, and accept the crease very rapidly, because they feed mostly from the farmers' fields. As crumbs from its hands. If the market were free and com- Insects increase, why should not the petitive, if the law of supply and de- birds increase also? Simply because mand had not been suspended by the they haven't had the protection that trust arbitrarily fixing prices, the grow- they ought to have had. Some of ers could have some reasonable as- the species of birds that used to be surance of fair dealing and living found in large numbers are now very prices. But there is no such market, seldom found at all, simply because and the law of Bupply and demand is they have not received any mercy from the hunter, and because the nothing but a shadow. Let us look the facts squarely in laws are not strict enough on this one special thing. the face. Here are Just a few: Every farmer should feel it ils duty The 1905 crop averaged less than to urge his lawmaker to do all in his 7 cents. power to pass a law that would give In 1906 first pool organized. his little friends in feathers better In 1907, over 62,000,000 pounds added protection. A law should be passed to first pool. In states having no such law, prohibitIn 1908, crop practically cut out. ing the killing of these birds under a In November, 1908, Burley Tobacco heavy penalty and imprisonment for Society sells its entire holdings at violation thereof. If this were done, 17 cents. Mind you, this was after you would see a great improvement the cut out of that year. in crops and fewer insects. Good In 1909, over 100,000 pounds pooled enforcement depends largely on farmmore than both pools of 1906 ers. and 1907. In 1910 and 1911, two crops grown MACHINE TO KILL SPROUTS and neither pooled. Average net price to growers in 1909, 7 cents; in 1910, 7 cents; in 1911, Apparatus Invented by Missouri Man to Destroy Second Growth in Very about 7 cents. Manner. Effective In 1910, when the pooling movement was hanging in the balances, repreThe Scientific American, in describsentatives of the trust and warehouses ing a vehicle adapted for use on land killed it dead as a mackerel by paying cleared of timber, says: i2 to 14 cents to certain large growThis invention pertains to agriculers and wealthy land owners scattered tural machines, and the aim is to pro- throughout the Blue Grass section. Immediately following the failure of the 1910 pool, the American Tobacco company publicly proclaimed its determination to buy the crop at 8 cents. History shows that it made Its word good, with an extra cent added to the profit side of its ledger. In the suit of the Eshelby Tobacco company against the Burley Tobacco Society, It alleges that burley tobacco is only worth 8 cents a pound, and in that suit it asked that the society be compelled to refund the difference between 8 cents and 17 cents. TheBe declaraSprouts or Growth Destroyer. tions on the part of the manufacturers show clearly their purpose and deter- vide a growth destroyer more especialmination to make 8 cents the maxi- ly designed for use on land that has mum figure. They are willing to pay been cleared of timber, to destroy the the growers, but a certain amount of sprouts or returning second growth in business acumen (aided possibly by a very simple and effective manner. innate bashfulness) has so far pre- For this purpose use is made of a vented them from naming a minimum wheeled vehicle adapted to be moved price they "are willing to pay, and over the ground and provided with a which they frequently pay, for this revoluble beater, having flexible arms adapted to forcibly strike and cut off same tobacco. the growth at or near the ground surThere is not an intelligent, face. The illustration shows a sectionfarmer in this state who is willing apparatus. to grow tobacco at such prices, and al side elevation of the under such conditions as above set Breaking the Colt. out It costs more to grow it now than The earlier the colt is made nsed it did ten years ago. Lands, labor and to the harness, the better broken the all material that figure in the growth it comes time wHl of tobacco have advanced during that animal to do some light work. It is him period from 50 to 100 per cent The for to keep coltB from learning price of everything we eat and wear easier bad tricks than to break them of has increased in like proportions. If such habits. For that reason have 7 and 8 cents were living prices ten every strap and rope used by the years ago (and they were not) then colts bo strong that there is no dan14 to 16 cents ig not too much to deger of a break. Once a colt finds mand now. Farmers must get some- out that he can get away from a m CUT OUT The Editor's Advantage. 1913 TOBACCO Did you ever stop to think of how many more whacks the editor gets at his victim that any other business man in town does. With the editor the whacking process lasts from the cradle t3 the grave. When a person is born, even before the preacher gets a chance to baptize him, the editor has congratulated the happy parents and has specified in extravagant pnrases the weight, sex and pedigree of the new fiogwallow News. Bird eggs, after having been thrown around, will not hatch. Some women are raving temperance nill they nevor took a drink in their liveg. advete. arrival. At the christening the editor often manages to squeeze out a personal item of interest to his readers which is far better than the preacher can do, for he has to cliurgt up his labors to the Lord, who is far harder to get cash out of even than a subscriber. When the victim graduates from the town High School the editor generally expects to reap about a column of good reading matter and often prints a Then if the victim gets married, the preacher gets five dollars and the editor gets twenty-fiv- e dollar's worth of surprise for his readers. When Mr. Victim gets sick the doctor gets a faint chance of some day collecting a bill against him, but the editor has some cash news every day, telling the patient's "many friends" how he is getting along. And then if he dies, the editor gets the most valuable news of all. Not that he is ever glad of the misfortune, but the news is worth money to him just the same. Maybe the undertaker gets a little more than the editor, but it is the only chance he has had at the victim during his whole career, while the editor has been pulling something out of him all the time. jhc-tur- e. Once a cigar stamp gets under yar feet it is harder to get rid of then a friendly eat. Little Fidity FJinder carried an sucker to school with him Mondar, but the teaeher used it until recess. Now that th Deputy constable kaa his own interests as a candidate well under hand, he will help Woodrow Wilson out in his raee. Sim Finders sayg he cannot see Ihhv some roosters are able to be around much in the daytime after having set up all night crowing. Tobe Moneley ha had a window-lighput in at his house. Now Was Rosy can knock on the window pane aM-d- ay t at Yam Sims when he passes. The Dog Hill Preacher had on another clean shirt Sunday. Poffe Eaz-Ie- y say? it is a mystery to him how some people can dress so well. Just before a ifening or hunting party gets ready to leave for the scene one of the fellows invariably appears with a long face and sajs he'll have to back out. While Raz Barlow was over to see Miss Fruzie Allsop Sunday evening he enjoyed some funny moving pictures by turning the pages in the family :'ture album right fast. Shelby Record. Fhitie Bekher heard someone turbing their chicken roost Tuesday "ht. but did not go out to see who t was, as ah did not want Sidney Hocks to see her with her hair rolled Mi3 . up. OF Dock Hocks, who has gained much notoriety as a dentist during his leisure hours at the blacksmith shop, mixed business with pleasure yesterday by pulling a large tooth for Miss Gondola Henbtep. Horses, Mules, Cows, Etc. in-Be- ct Poke Easley had his picture made while over at Tiekville a few days ago. We will offer for sale to the highest, It is a very good resemblance of Poke, bidder, at the J. N. Denny farm 4i but there is a little blur around the miles from Lancaster on the Richmond necktie, he having swallowed just as and Lancaster pike, on the camera went off. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24th, 1912. Jefferson Potlocks is again in our the following real estate and personal midst, having returned this week from property an absence of several days in the Calf The farm consists of 91 acres of Ribs neighborhood. He brought back good corn, tobacco and wheat land. back a good cow whose former owner23 acres in cultivation and the remain- ship is clouded in mystery. der in grass. The farm is well fenced, The editor of the TiekviHe Tidings is has never failing water, good f room at sea over the workings of the new dwelling, good 20 foot cistern all nec law whkh rehires all editors to state essary out buildings, 1 new stock barn under oath who ownes their printing COxSti and one tobacco barn 72xH0. plant. He don't know who owns the This farm lies on the Gooch pike clobe Tidings, as it has never been paid for. to school, store, railroad station anl is There was an interesting contest at a very desirable farm. the Rye Straw store this week, as to Also at the same time and place will seli the following personal property 2J who could keep a feather up in the air head of registered and high grade Jer- the longest by b.owing it. If the sey cows and heifers 25 head of cows, feather had got direetly over one of steers and heifers, 1 pair of 3 year old Mrs. Tobe Mofeley's conversations she mare mules, 1 pair of 6 year old mare woukl have won the prize. Tobe says. mules, 1 pair of 9 year old mare mules, ElHck Welhvanger was the party of 1 pair of 6 year old horse mules, 4 six the first part in a shooting affray at year old mare mules. 4 two year okl the Hog Fowl moonshine still house mare mules, all well broke, mare Saturday afternoon. However, he got mule colts, 1 two year old mare by Rex the advantage of hi, opponent, and Arbuckle, 1 two year okl gelding by tired at him several times in successRex Arbuckle, dam Nell Preston, sub- ion under the plea of ject to register, 1 yearling stallion bj One of the shots woukl have struck a Rex Ai buckle, dam Nell Preston, sub- lady a few yards away, but fortunateject to register, 2 yearling fillies by ly Cricket Hicks was in the bullet's Rex Arbuckle, 4 weanling colts by Rex pathway ami stopped it. Arbuckle, 4 brood mares in foal to Columbus Allsop, had he had the adJack, 1 brood mare in foal to Todd vantages of earlier training, might horse, 1 six year old driving mare, 1 have become a sleuth equal to the five year old carriage horse, 1 is stilf binder, 1 Manure Spreader, Deputy Constable. As it is. he possessed of a pair of keen eyes and Hay Rake, Cutting Harrows and CultiFriday mornvators. 1 Spring wagon, buckboard, considerable shrewdness. ing he saw the track of a mink in his harness, etc, 170 bushels of extra good back yard near the chicken roost, and blue grass seed, about 5 car loads of getting a pencil and paper he copied it of baled hay. off and started out through the Gimlet Sale begins at 10 o'clock. Terms creek bottoms in search of the owner. made known on day of sale. Dinner After hunting for many hours, and exon the ground. amining several minks, he at last was W. B. & S. M. Denny, rewarded with success, having found R. F. D. No. 1. Lancaster, Ky. the animal it fitted, and returned home Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. with him. to-wit- :- 1 self-defens- e. ck Garden m EWWE3"5! faKicxa well-to-d- o be-whe- n halter or other parts of the harness there will be trouble, perhaps for all time. Eliminates Hard Work. The hardest work any farm horse ever performed "was to furnish power horse-killinfor the threshing machine. The gasoline engine has stopped that species of cruelty, g , than to pay the 'damages resulting from a runaway. It Ib Value of Good Halters. cheaper to buy good halters Rush the plowing. Prepare for the fall rains. The onion thrips is a bad pest. Slack fence wire is slack farming. Rhubarb Is an easy crop to grow. Mrs. J. F. Daniels of The crop of potato bugs was light Sip, Ky., writes: I was this year. so sick for 3 or 4 years, Potatoes infested with rot are a I had to hire my work poor holding proposition. Joint gras3 may be killed out in the done, most of the time. beet fields by clean cultivation. I had given up hope. When As a rule, we do not make I began to take Cardui, I use of our pasture lands as wo might. It Is important that an alfalfa field knew, right away, it was where seed is grown be free of weeds. helping me. Now, I am It will pay to batten the cracks in better than ever before in the barn before coming of cold weather. 5J mv life, . nri l jrriii rliri it .. w, a J The state and county agricultural fairs are of value to every farmer in E 64 the country. If the pasture is not available, silage or a good soiling crop will be absolutely indispensable. Before you fill your stave silo it should be painted on the inside with Th coal tar thinned with gasoline. Tonic Improvement in the quality and condition of wheat is not the only benefit Cardui has helped thousderived from stacking tho crop. ands of weak, tired, worn-o- ut Farmers who do not have silos should not let a large percentage of women, back to health, the corn crops value go to waste. It has a gentle, tonic acThe potato digger works best in a tion on the womanly sysloose, mellow soil and tho ground should be free of stone and stumps. tem. It goes to the cause The cutting of an alfalfa seed crop of the trouble. It helps, it Is usually tfone with- - an ordinary helps quickly, surely, safemay or may not have mower, which a bunching attachment. ly. It has helped others. One of the first things the farmer Why not you? It will needs to look after is water-tigh- t Try it Get a bottle today I stalls and gutters and the use of enough bedding to absorb all the as-goo- d w-- -- Woman's liquids. i . .&?! i .,k m -- . 8 8f i v &ufmM f m. - -- . I xxcEuicrsr-suAJdro- ;? HKi. TsaasPMftM f "i w il uiiTn'iTL'iiinii r7 AW ; ' iW H mrinP Ef IT'IB 'iif TTTif-J- L vTrr FT 1 HOOSIER SPECIAL -- spnnco dcds. ,.. .m. vicTon. MOISELESS-WI- LL ttstmsLs THE WAOKBH" A If If HQOSIfc US CABINET. NEVEK 8AO. Saves miles of steps. P PARLOR BED You can make your cozy home as comIK $1.00 down and $1.00 per week if you join the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Club. See this labor saver. i 8 IB fi Ranging from $2.50 to $12.50. Special $2.50, $5.00 and the Royal Blue y I . ,m I Irm A J5 fpc U fr fortable as a mansion with it. Call and see it. of all discriptions. Sulkeys, Wagons and $12.50, best out. all kinds of Children's doorls. Hurt Doctors Use This for Eczema Dr. Evans. next-doo- iJ &A re5g'SS8 Carrying the Matter Too Far. "There seems to be a great deal of ill feeling between the Twilchers and r " neighbors, the their Quin-leys.- n 1 ft Q?lgg;SS ? of Health, Dr. spewell known says: "There is almost no relation be- cialist Holmes, the am convincedskin the "Yes. indeed. "Why, Mrs. Twilcher tween skin diseases and the blood." The D.D.D. writes: "I is as much a that Prescription specific skin must be cured through the skin. for eczema as quinine for malaria. 1 gave her little boy a sound spanking The germs must be washed out, and so have been prescribing the D.D.D. remedy simply because he caressed the Quin-le- y salves have long- a been found worthyears." It cat." less. The most advanced physicians of for instant you will take away the Itch this country are now agreed on this, and the fact, we apply it. In are so sure of what D.D.D. are prescribing a wash of wintergreen. NOT AN EXAMPLE. thymol and other ingredients for eczema will do for you that we will be glad and all other skin diseases. This com- to let you have a $1 bottle on our guarpound is knevn as D.D.D. Prescription antee that It will cost you nothing unfor Eczema. less you find that it does the work. R. E. McRoberts & Son. Commissioner ' s Sale Of Land. W. H. Furr, n SS38S33sS;;3s cz 'T s J& M i r ?. GSffie&i. B-..'.- . V 0 0G 23 .- G "3?-.- t 1 liveStock I Garuard Circuit court. Against Plaintiff. 1 VflHD ... AGRICULTURAL SCHOOLS. WHY IT SUCCEEDS May Be Established In Every County In Because The State. 'It's for One Thing Only, and It is given out from Lexington that by the of the United States Government and the State of Kentucky, through the College of Agriculture of the State University, plans have been perfected by which a system of instruction in agriculture can be established in each county and the farmers be taught modern methods without leaving their own homes. Indeed the experiments and demonstrations will be made on the tarms themselves and the farmer can thus have the problems of advantage and interest to him worked out upon his own place, ana to tne improvement 01 nis own property, It is thought that by far the most effective method of improve-in- g agricultural conditions in Kentusky will be by thus bringing the instruction to the farmer's own door instead of by means of lectures at special points and through communications by mail, which have been the only method heretofore Lancaster People Appreciate This Nothing can be good for everything. Doing one thing well brings success Doan's Kidney Pills are for one thing only. 0 ffli For weak and disordered Here is reliable evidence worth. Kidney Pills kidneys. of their Mrs. A. Camden, Rowland, Kv.,says "At the time I began using Doan's suffering intensely from kidney abut two years ago I was com- - straighten unless someone gave me as- s;stanee Dark spots often floated be fore my eyes and my head pained me until I was almost crazy. A neighbor told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and I got a box. I took them according to directions and they helped me from the first. My system is now as free from kidney complaint as if I had never had the face of all opposition. Woodson I don't know about that; a baseball uippire doesn't get such, a large salary. Great Fun. Myrtilla Gray Has lovely eyes; She shops all day And nothing buys. "Do you think it would be wicked to go fishing on Sunday?" "Well, that would depend on whether the fish were biting or aot I don't see how it could be any more wicked to watch a cork floating on a stream on Sunday than it would be to watch a cloud sailing in the sky." the one who holds to his opinion in Bronson The man who succeeds Is Casuistry. it." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. employed. n Buffalo, It is sought to put the system of sole agents for Co.. United New York, the States. agricultural instruction practically on Remember the name Doan's and the basis of the present public school f take no other. system, and each county can have an agricultural instructor who will devote No Profit In Alligators. his attention" exclusively to that county, The difficulty about raising alligaand each group of twelve counties will tors to supply the demand for the anl have a supervisor to whom the instruc- mals and skins is that they do not tors report and the supervisoes will in attain full growth for about 100 years. turn report through one of the three The skin of the six or main divisions into which the work has animal is available, however, for been divided to the directors of agri- many practical purposes. There Is cultural extention at the College of one on a farm at Palm Beach which measures 18 feet in length and is said Agriculture at the State University. to be about 900 years old. There are Farmers Home Journal. several of these farms in operation at the present time, but the industry will not be really profitable until the wild ZEMO FOR YOUR SKIN. 2 alligators become scarcer. Eczema, Pimples, Rash And All Skin Foster-Milburseven-year-ol- d Providential. "You drifted about for ten days on a raft?" "Yes." 'Did you suffer much from hunger?" "So much so that we ate the sail which one of the men had rigged up." "Ate the sail?" "Yes. It was a sail." a3 John Beazley &c. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgement rendered herein at the June Term 1912, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction, before the court house NEAT BARN FOR SMALL FARM door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock or thereabout, driveway Makes Convenient Storage MONDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1912. for Wagons and Other Implements Warm In Winter. it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the rea'. estate mentioned in the pleadings and describThis barn should be built for $450, ed as follows to wit;-l- n Garrard Coun- jspecially where a man is so situated I am in communication with several parties ty, Kentucky and in two tracts. ae can do most of the teaming at odd Tract number one Beginning at a rimes. In size, it is 34 by 38 feet, and in the mountains who want good farms and stake in middle of County road on the headwaters of Drakes Creek, corner to tract of land sold by J. F. Moser to I will he glad to show your farm to theia. Henry Maret tract in line with E. H. Walker, thence with line of said Henry Maret 238 feet to a stake, thence a new line running parallel with said TJ"? road 342 feet to a stake in line with Robert Kavanausrh. thence with snid Kavanaugh 235 to a stake in middle of road corner to Kavanaugh and in line to E. H. Walker, thence with middle A good farm 2J4 miles from Lancaster, on pike, well of road corner to Kavanaugh and in line to E. H. Walker tract, thence with improved. 105 acres and will sell cheap. middle of road ni line with said Walker 445 feet to the beginning, containing a: 2A acres and known as the Thomas g? rYY0'0' End Elevation. : j Bottom lot Tract number two Beginning at the corner of Thomas Bottom in line to the driveway during the greater part Robert Kavanaugh, thence with his jf the year makes a convenient storLi.kL VJATAiK:-45-: line, to John Newland, thence from age for wagons and farm implements. Newland line to Mattie Rout line. .s the distance is not too great to FirsS: thence with her line to Henry Maret back out with an empty wagon, there line; thence with Maret line to Bottom are doors at only one end of the line to me Degmning, containing 1 acres, baid described tracts were con- driveway. This should make the veyed to John Beazley by deed record- barn warmer in winter, writes W. A. ed in the Garrard county "clerks office in Radford in the Farmer's Mail and j Deed Book 24 page 35. 1 hat's the history L The purpose of this sale is to satisfy 3S-i" J? on which has been and the record k a debt of W. H. Furr against John ' i . established the J? vy j Beazley amounting to day of sale to 1 T priceless reputation of I I I the sum of $149.35, and $80.00 the es! Mr or t& I o" 9 ! 1 timated cost of the action for which 3 2a 8 '. judgement has been rendered. s m r. aliiSls With Me and I Will Get 1 THE BUYER. I ! 'jHjji "3' ' Utfauey,Lanc3Ster,Ky "0'-0O(- r 0 0;0 C0iW6l I I Made 40 Years Ago Been First Ever Since F PBBBMfffe ! Afflictions Quickly Healed. Stop Hair Falling to-da- y. No matter what the trouble, eczema, chafing, pimples, salt rheum, Zemo in- The cure comes quick. Sinks right in. leaving no trace. Zemo is a vanishing liquid. "The first always points with pride Your skin fairly revels with delight and the other always views with the moment Zemo is applied. Greatest alarm." thing on earth for dandruff. Garrard Circuit court. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose itch. HIS ARMS. PARISIAN Sage is the mostdelightful, Wm. Ray, et al. Plaintiffs, Medicine Co., St Louis, Mo., and is VS. $1 a bottle. refreshing and invigorating hair dresssold by all druggists at Stella Ford Ray, Defendant. But to prove to you its wonderful value ing in the world. It preserves the natPursuant to a judgement rendered now put up in liberal size trial ural color of the hair and imparts to it it if herein at the June Term. 1912, the bottles at only 25 cents and is guaran- a glossy appearance that all admire. undersigned Commissioner will sell at Large bottle 50 cents at dealers teed to do the work or your money everywhere. The girl public auction, before the Court House with the Auburn Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock back. Sold at R. E. McRoberts & hair on every package. A. M. or thereabouts on Son Drug Store. i stantly stops irritation. It won't cost you a cent to prove that you can stop falling hair and prevent baldness, for R. E. McRoberts & Son will supply you with a bottle of PARISIAN Sage and if you are not satisfied with the result they will refund the full purchase prica. The same guarantee applies to dandruff, splitting hair, faded hair or scalp Perfectly Satisfied. "I weighed her pets daily," said the drug clerk at the summer resort "Her canary gained half an ounce and her pug dog gained two pounds." "And the lady herself?" "Oh, she lost seven pounds. But she's well pleased with the place." "You can easily tell a man who has been holding office from one who is looking for it," said Senator Sorghum. "How?" Easily Distinguished. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved surety for the purchase price due in six months, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent annum from date until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. and a lien will be retained upon the property until all the purchase money is paid. The land will be sold as a whole. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. C. Walker, and H. Clay Kauffman G. Atty' For Plff, t TQ '1 I I IT U. FiSS II ' n iviclsgiC I I 1 M "The Kind That Lasts" eUnt r-fZV'k 1 Floor Plan. Breeze. A space is left over the driveway for putting hay up into the mow overhead. This mow is capable of holding 15 or 20 tons of hay. 1 Mastic Paint gives a hard, glossy, durable A&L finish impossible to secure with keg lead and In. TT" oil Won't crack, peel, or chalk off. -f- cBfiml Ask our dealer in your town for book of su- " "fion and color chart. J Manufactured by Peaslee-GaulberiCo. fCZZZS iSfi bP Viv'iHSaF Cnfr Incorporated Louisville, Ky. feyii fegTfflf gt r- - PROPER FEED F0R THE COLT V MMl & SOU. Commissioner ' s Sale Of Land. Something More Than Mere Filling Is Required by Young Animal Don't Use the Whip. (By MAY PEINTEU.) - annoyance is saved if, before putting stockings Into the wash each week, each person will tack the two stockings of each pair at the hems, says Suburban Life. There Is no trouble Mi-o-Stomach Tablets in trying to mate them afterward, as each person may use a different colored thread. Banish Dyspepsia And Keep Stomach In na Their Final Chance. He What kind of a resort was It y.ou were at? She Well, judging from the kind ef men I saw there, I should say It was the last resort for marriageable girls. Time Saved. In a large family, where there are many children, much loss of time and lifV mm) 11 1 r- - MONDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1912. it being the first day of a Garrard whip simply because you have it. It Connty Court term, the real estate is a very poor driver who makes a mentioned in the pleadings and desSee that blow the starting signal. cribed as follows, to wit: there is feed and water in abundance and a clean, dry bed. Don't neglect the shoeing; It is vital on slippery roads or pavements nor the blanket In cold weather, when the colt is standing cut. Don't overload nor let the colt stand in the sun. nor where water drops on him. We believe that down in the heart of ovary man is some kindness and sense of justice. In training the colt do not use the A young and growing animal requires something more than mere filling. It must have nutritious and food. It is much, easier and cheaper to put two years growth, on a colt the first year of its age than it is to "make up" for a year's loss of growth in two or three years. A good growth the first year of a colt's life costs less than at any other age and is twice as valuable to the breeder a fact that is too often ignored. Spare the feed and spoil the colt is surety true. tissue-buildinblood-makin- g "f? &&,: jT5ff.is;3r'nc JSXVV WTJ.4Cfr-r- . GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according to the Original & Exclusive Formulas fc Kecipes of Charlio "White-Bloo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in tho Sible. Thousands of Testimonials. tho Great Body-Toni- c. SCrESTCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write COII-CEIi-SAIl, j iv ';" mmw mm& N CHAPJJEWIIIIE-20G- The C37jBoyvHsrbaUsi wkiTc-mco- Good Condition. V matter how long you have suffered from a miserable upset stomach, indi if you really want to get rid of vile gestion ar gastritis, will end Catarrh why not give Booth's HYOMEI your troubles or R. E. McRoberts will treutment a fair trial. refund your money. R. E McRoberts is authorized to refund This same offer applies to distress your money if you think you have not after eating, gas, food fermentation, been benefited, and on that basis every heaviness, sourness, sea or car sickness Catarrh victim in Lancaster ought to and vomiting of. pregnancy. start to banish Catarrh this very day. No matter what ails your stomaoh; HYOMEfis a soothing, healing antiput your faith in Stomach septic air made from Australian Euco-lyptTablets, a prescriptiom that succeeds and other antiseptics; it. kills after all others fail. Large box 50 centn Catarrh germs and contains no poisonohs America over. Free trial treatment drugs. Simple instructions for use in Buffalo, N. Y. each package. Complete outfit, $1.00, from Booth's I postal request will do. . extra bottles, 50c A . No Mi-O-N- A MI-O-Nus MI-O-N- A, Breathe Hyomei And Fnd Catarrh. In Garrard County Kentucky on the flllk ililL II Buckeye turnpike road near "the post office of Buckeye, and is bounded by .the lands of John Brown, Linsey Ray r hup and Dr. J. S. Gilbert, and contains ii i about 13 acres and some poles. -The purpose of this sale is to satisfy rZ,m a debt of Margaret L. Marksburv. Tom What did she do when you debt and interest amounting to date of sale $524.25, and estimated cost of the kissed her? action $100.00, and for a distribution of Dick She was up in arms in a the remaining proceeds among the parties entitled to receive same for which judgment has been rendered in the above styled action. The Good Old World. The angels are callln' TERMS: This sale will be made on TIa well to believe It; a credit of 6 and 12 months and the But the world looks too good purchaser will be required to execute For a sinner to leave it. bonds with approved security for the purchase price due in six and twelve When Noah Was a Sailor. months bearing interest at the rate of Noah chuckled. six per cent per- annum from date until "First summer I haven't had to paid, having the force and effect of a my wife's rubber plant," bo cried. judgment upon which execution may Gleefully he watched the deluge. issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon The Inference. Jones I want to deposit the sum all the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. of $10. Receiving Teller (who ..knows him) W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. G. C. What! Have yousold yourcar? R. H. Tomiinson Atty. ORIGINATOR OF chhte;:1!: i Ec.MEOiES R cm S2?E Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-fviOQ- N C3U.CEI-SA- & SCIENCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky "c . SSSS2ZSSSSEi2ZS3 SPECIAL EXCURSION . - To Avoid the Runty Pig. Runty pigs stand a poor show at the feeding trough with a bunch of their husky brothers and sisters. As they are crowded out of place naturally they do not get enough to eat to keep them growing and they stay runty. A trough arranged with partitions set strongly in the trough, would give the little fellows an equal show with the big ones, and the weaker ones could get their share of food. A handy man can make such a trough arrangement in an hour or so, and the even growth of his pigs would more than pay for his trouble. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Oct 20th $1.30 Trip. Round ffl St. 50 Trip Round SPECIAL TRAIN Lvs. JUNCTION CITY 5:35 a.m. ASK TICKET AGENTS FOR PARTICULARS. $&. '. j ,- - a. 41- - k. .i.-- r .f y 3' fc- - .iiii.-.-- . - LV-- Itjt itdC-- t OB F!X?'aLF'aiyTSLEZLi3TO ifitlSpiSj V mill Ty ir tri kitipMv tl I N HI XhJ 1 J 1 ilf T I Y Who Want Styles That are Different. Come see and try on the Uncommon Garment. and Novel EN of Discernment Suit, Coat or Dress, Any konger. You certainly will miss it if you do not come and see these splendid values at an early date. 8 i Don't i Put Off Getting your Winter The styles we are showing are the most advanced of the season and are values unmatchable. Don't esav. Joseph Mercantile Company EXCLUSIVE LADIES' OUTFITTERS. Jttr&3iSr?UB?!SL&& tiSM" waBFWJSE&r w&QST ELErm.M0 LMFBLa Come Soon. t7FLr35n?E328u!KTi4SS i vr For Next 30 W Days es few jf r I I I m ossip iDOUt eopls IIHL F 8 SB L.u...ii.uIi - ' iJ III ltii':rt 1111 ill ffi grtT ... and . A Brief Mention of the Comings with each P.- -. "V -- J ...w- - ....w.... rcrzaasss J this this Dan- llr. R. Zimmer is in Cincinnati week on business. i ' ipf If indai MdiiiuiG-Adiil- ire ss V. J. Romans is in Cincinnati week on a business trip. Come in ana see it. The best Sarah Hurt visit relatives and most substantancel Range Katie a visit friends made. Lear Mrs. to Miss to Mrs. W. G. Anderson was in ville for a visit to relatives. is at home after a for in Danville. Simpson left Monday in Louisville. Heating Stoves Best made and most reasonable prices t 3 ft. Mount Son rilrri:"fffS- 5 fr&'G ffii & - e Mrs. Win. was visiting relatives in Lexington the past week. Mrs. M. D. Hughes is in Louisville visiting Mr. and Mrs. U. E. Hughes. Mrs. V. S. Elkin of Atlanta is the guest of her sister Miss Jennie Duncan. Mrs. George Ballard has been visititg of that beautiful old English poem. friends in Danville. "Lord Lovell and Lady Nancy." and YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. also a rendition of "The Old Oaken VMiss Margaret Millford of Lexington Bucket", the beloved and revered n was here for the weddeclaimer reciting both poems in a ding. Boarding house for rent. Mrs. Hallie distinct well modulated voice though B. Sweeney Bryan tsville Ky. 1. Mr. E. C. Barnard of Washington now is her 90th year. ity nas joined nis wiie nere tor a $1.10 Mrs. Charles Williams and little Recleaned seed wheat visit. $1.00 daughter Alma of Middletown Ohio Hill onions Mrs. Alice Hauser of Henderson N. $2.00 returned home after a visit to Hill onion sets have C. is visiting her uncle. Mr. John A. Walter E. Moss, Phone 351-their cousin Miss Annie Oaks. Stone. Mr. u. u. roweu wno nas Been in, One of the best farms in Shelby Miss Lena Palmer of Stanford has the states of Washington and JOregon County for Sale. 177 acres, good been the recent guests of Paint Lick for several months returned Wednesday improvements, plenty water. 3 miles friends. Mr Powell was accompanied home by from Simpsonville, 7 miles from Miss Martha Tinder was a recent his son, Robert and wife, who will S. H. McMakin. visitor to Lexington to consult an make a several weeks visit to friends Shelbyville Ky. R. F. D. No. 2. occulist. and relatives here. Professor J. W. Ireland of Stanford Small Farm For Sale. Eld F. M. Tinder left Thursday was here Saturday for the Teachers morning for Wilmington, Ohio where 67 acres as fine corn and tobacco Association. he will conduct a series fof meetings. land as you can find 1 five acre barn 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Walker are in Rev Frank Palmage, of Greenfield New new stock barn 2Sx40 new 3 room house Louisville the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mexico, who is now visiting, Lr, Brown, 1 mile from pike 2i miles from Hyatts-villH. 0. Irvine. will fill the pulpit at the christian you can pay for this at $70.00 per acre. Mrs. John Oaks and children have church during Eld Tinders absence. S. H. Aldridge Hyattsville, Ky., or been in Stanford visiting her father Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robinson, Mr. J. I. Hamilton Lancaster. J. W. Reynolds. and Mrs. Tailor Raney, Mr. and Mrs. Tinder-Robinso- - J TREES Fruit & Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peonies. Ros es Phlox, Etc. Growers of What we Sell. 10-4- -1 F. Shel-byvil- le. 10-4-- 2t Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington, Kentucky. e, I SSiS lfH.1 SI Irl tsl fcHMfftli B3 Mill D66IQ , 't I ' i IfeJliHiJlTJli IjIbIIPisiIUbI - J. K ' Dakota visiting Friday. cousin Miss Mattie Adams. streets, the expense of keeping them Tk whether you are to USE a Flour made from Robinson-Tind- er. Miss Allie Yantis is in Hustonville up and the general running expenses of Miss Delia Sutton of Johnson City for a stay with her cousin Miss Bessie Tenn has been the recent guest By far the most interesting social the town takes money just the same as of Rifie. Miss Grace Helen Patterson. event of the autumn season is the it takes money to run your business. Will Wallace of Mt Sterling and Sam marriage of Francis Crenshaw Tinder, We have taken advantage of the Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higgins have of coal prevalent early in the Long of Winchester are visiting Mr. T. second daughter of Elder F. M. Tinder or one made from Cheap Wheat with all its returned to their home in Stanford season and purchased a sufficient supply E Cecil. iu mr. xeujurnin r. noDinson. inej after a visit to Garrard relatives. wedding occurred last evening (Wed- to run the water plant through the impurities. Our Misses liettie Robinson and Susie winter. This coal must be paid for. Mrs. Wm. Ball and little daughter nesday) at 8 o'clock at the Christian My office Brashear were in Louisville this week is now at the shop of Judge church, the father of the bride pro E3 are at home after a visit to Mrs. for a visit. cpa E53 a$z qp E. W. Harris. Call there and settle nouncing the ceremony. Olllce Phone 31. Bohon Campbell in Stanford. Residence Phone Mrs. James Shropshire of Cynthiona The church was artistically decorated your water rate and taxes promptly. is here for a visit to her sister Mrs. F. Mrs. J. B Collier accompanied her in palms and trailing green that form- If I am not there Judge Harris will M. Tinder. son Charles Collier to his home in Fork ed a background at the alter, and an issue a receipt. L. E. Henon. LANCASTER. KY. is made from pure WHEAT by Scientific Millaisle for the groom's approach from Mr. Wm. Brown and little son of Ridge Tenn for a recuperative stay. Monticello, Ind., are guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Ward left Monday .the rear. Large bows of blue and A Good Thing. ing. We have added a COAL YARD and can Mrs. R. S. Brown. "Now this portable garage,' began morning for Richmond, where she will yellow tulle designated seats reserved for relatives and intimate friends, at sell you some of the best quality of Coals at Elder F. M. Tinder was in Louisville undergo an operation for appenticitis. 7:30 a musical program was opened by the salesman.advantages," interrupted "I see the Mesdames Jack Adams, Bruce Law-so- n Nevin's "Venetian Love the prospective customer. "When the Ej this week for the National Sunday Song" played low Prices. Your orders are appreciated. School convention. and Ollie Terril were with Paint by Miss Letty Mae McRoberts, after machine stalls, I can haul the garage Mr and Mrs Laban Kirk of Paints-vill- e Lick friends for a short visit this week which Mr. J. M. Farra sang "Till the out and cover it up. What are they have been recent guests of Mr Mr. and Mrs. Wm. LaMaster have Sands of the Desert Grow Cold." worth?" and Mrs W. S. Carrier. returned to their home in Kansas City Modulated harmonies carried the organ An Economist. EH iff $ i f "I notice that as soon as you have Mrs. A. H. Rice of Richmond Ind., is after a pleasant stay with Garrard into "Evening Star" and "Barcarolle" is the guest of Mesdames H. A. B. Marks County relatives. then into the accompaniment of "Oh smoked a cigar you use the stub of it to light another. Don't you think it C. Mrs. 0. U. Terrill has retnrned to Promise me" effectively sung by Mr. IMrfMrriiri"ii bury and H. Sutton. Farra, "Call-mThine Own" was is harmful to smoke so continuousElder J. W. Elridge of Carlisle filled her home in Jenkins Ky, after a pleas- played at the approach of the bridal ly?" BOURBON REMEDY CO., "Well, it may be; but matches cost the pulpit at the Christian church Sun- ant visit of two weeks with her par- party. Lexfngton. Ky. ents Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adams. money." Enclosed find photo oE hojr that was eared of day morning and evening. 8 o'clock to the strains of At cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera RemMesdames E. L. Owsley, W. T. edy. This hoc was almost dead before nsinc wedding march the party Reverend Bell of Sulphur, Ky., will Sorry He Moved. the medicine, and then was entirely enred. exby loss of cars. begin a protracted meeting at Pleasant West, Wm. Burnett, R. T. Embry, entered the church. Down the left Jones (to friend who has moved in- cept Skiles Ewinsr.tail. etc. The hoc Is owned He of Bowlice Green. Ky. II r. and Misses Sallie Elkin were in Louis- aisle proceeded two ushers Messrs to town and Grove church October 21st, taken a flat) Well, old will be clad to give yon a testimonial, and wa ville this week for the S. S. & C. W. Louis Tinder and Bascom Ford, follow- man, I suppose you are beginning to can cet several more if you want them. Any Misses Addie and Carrie Arnold were B. M. Convention. DRUG CO., ed by Mr. J. P. Oasthuizen, of Lex- get "city broke," eh? Bowling Green, Ky, in Louisville for the Sunday School 4 Friend Yes; and in another month ington, groomsman. The bridesmaid, Elder Frank Talmage and Mrs. and C W. B. M. Conventions. You like from our guests of Mr. Miss Shelby Mason, carrying an arm or two I'm afraid I'll be flat broke. 'of New Mexico are Mrs. L. M. Ingram of Pineville is ex- and Mrs. Breathitt Brown, Mr. Tal- boquet of yellow crysanthemums, and Sold by HASELDON BROS. Busily Engaged. timber piles. No need pected this week for a visit to her mage having been in Louisville for the beautifully gowned in yellow charmense, "Why is Reginald capering about in followed Mr Oasthuizen. In the right that extraordinary cousin Miss Sallie Lou Myers. National Convention. to spend time in look fashion? Has he aisle were Messrs Clay Kauffman and stubbed his toe?" Mesdames Jesse Fox, W. S. Carrier, Miss Kathleen Walter entertained at Joe Price preceeding the maid ing for good ones. of honor "No. He has thought of a good D. C. Sanders and Ella Bettis were an elaborate course dinner at her pretMiss Delia Tinder whose gown was name for a new dance and is trying visitors in Danville the past week. 'I 11L 111C I. lB734L AJHiK"IVTB AUR.ANE ty home in Hill Court the honor guests beautiful, created of blue charmense, to invent a new step to fit It" LVC1V &L1C1 DOLLARS ' v: ., : , s TF v" being Misses Sarah Daniels of Paris, draped in embroidered net with lace every j(cor bu puuiujr aum uug Misses Sue Shelby Mason and Katie pile is souna, season" raisers. Last year thousands of Valuable "Prop." Lee Denny left Saturday for a visit to and Charlotte Mount of LaGrange, trimmings. She carried yellow crys.t- - tf35& ts5L Hogs "Is there much realism In this play Poultry able and strsisht. Mrs. Roy Asa Haynes in Hillsboro Mesdames J. B. Kinnaird and Emma anthemums. She was followed by the of western life?" were saved from cholera and other diseases Ohio. Higginbotham left Tuesday for the C. bride, entering alone, the design of durias the hot weather by the use of "I should say there Is! In the gold Remember th.it upon the beams depends the house. That's W. B. M. Convention in Louisville and her beautiful bridal gown was perfect- mining scene a real nugget is used,, Miss Bessie Wilkerson left Sunday why you should get the best which means getting them evening for Danville, where she will also to visit Miss Angie Kinnaird who ly suited to her youthfulness, being which was hired for the week from a. made without train and the graceful local pawnbroker." take a business course in Miss Harris's is teaching thia year jn Indianapolis. here. becomingly held with a school. Wher-rit- t, bridal veil Messrs G. S. Greenleaf, Tom Wonderfull pearl Juliet Clasp., the dress was of The Greatest CMara Prmatro Kanm Wm Herndon, Judge L. L. Walker, MissFrankye Kauffman accompanied Brown I've managed to borrow a white charmense with Duchess lace and coraa ' her sister Mrs. John Shackelford to J. W. Sweeney, H. V. Bastin, J. A. and pearls. She carried cholara. thPlut bat don't bride's roses "fiver" from old Goldbags. pat it off until they keel Jones My word! What a marvel--' Desmoines Iowa where she will spend Beasley, J. R. Haselden, F. P. Frisbie, and oTer. Give it ta them fillies of the valley. now mixed with food ous sense of "touch" you do possess! W. R. Mason and George Smith Jr. the work the winter. it regnlatesbowels, disEntering from a rear aisle Elder London Opinion. inea of the and possibly other Lancaster Masons infects them-- knoeka Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk and cholera and other ecrms which getiato the Qstea of Mr. H. Q. Tinder and the groom, accompanied by with the food or drink. daughtors of Lexington were here attended the funeral his brother Mr. Curry Robinson, acting o A Powder in Danville Monday Poultry 1 Wednesday for the finder and R.obin-- . Sandifer for for hoes, packed in rr (as best man, awaited the bride at the and another Mrs. James A. Rpyston gave a altar. The impressive ring ceremony son wedding. metal cans, can't dry up. lose strength or ecod like others and recently tot her bright was used to unite the happy couple. costs no more. It is all medicine Miss Annie Kincaid left lastweek for birthday party and guaranteed too. little grand son Claud Rice Gaines the After the Marriage Mr. and Mrs. RobHowioToH Louisville where she will enter Norton Written to be understood and given free) to live "For many years 1 was troubled, in stock owner, oar 60 page iUostnted book, by oar Infirmary for a course of training as a, occasion was ta celebrate his 1t inson left for an extended trip. con&ultinff Veterinarian, fthowi&g bow to know and remedies I used. birthday. A merry crod; of tittle peo showing now to core diseases m Horses, Cattle, A beautiful display of varied and spite of all trained nurse. At last If ound quick relief and cure Sheep. Swine and Poultry, together with overli pie gathered tq wish the young host valuable gifts speaks; the wide circle of RiimifiM. fal"g in those mild, yet thorough and Mrs. J. R. Mount is in LaGrange much happiness. Little Mss, MargarKESORBttie admiring friends who wish this happy really wonderful remedy for Ring Bones. Spavins Our guaranteed visiting relatives and from there she et Elliott wag the proud winners xf Splints or any bony enlargements. couple of continuous happinsss. will go to Louisville to attend the the prize in, the "Donkey Contest. " THE ROYAL DISTR1BUTIN CO. (tacO One of the delightful prenuptial Baltimore, Mi, U. S. A. C. W. B.J1. Convention. bbHbWB For SMI0 Ajr Mrs, functions was a reception given the At the recent function given by Logan R. Smith is back from Lex? B. F. Hudson 'in honor of her mother, bridal party at the bride's home on ' an interesting C. C. & J. E. Storme3, Lancaster, Ky. ington where he was confined for eight Mrs. Ann Walker, one very interest- Tuesday evening, Adolph Schineck, Buffalo, N.Y. weeks in St Joseph's hospital follow ing feature that deserves special men- feauture of which was the cutting of a CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS. 25 Agents wanted n.other towns. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. Lancaster, Ky. ing an operation for appendicitis. '"" ' tion was a recitation by Mrs. Walker beautiful wedding cake." Arts and Crafts Missionary society Miss Lucy Francis spent several days met Wednesday afternoon at the Presin Richmond with the Misses Ballew. byterian church. Mrs John E. Stormes is in CovingT. ' Currey was in Louisville for a ton visiting Mr and Mrs Arthur Hubvisit of several days with his sister bard. Mrs. J. C. Hemphill. Miss Margerite Fox of Danville was Miss Mary Clark Engleman of Brad-doc- k the guest of Miss Mary Lynn Fox North is W. T. West, Mrs. Emma Higginboth am, Mrs. J. B. Kinnaird, Mrs. V. A. City Notice. Lear and Messrs. Henley V. Bastin, Taxes are due. Come in and pay Ira Holtzclaw, C. C. Becker and Dr Wm. Wheeler are among the Garrard them promptly and avoid the penalty Co. people who are attending the Con which goes on in a short time. Water vention of the Church of the Diciples rates will also soon be due and must be paid promptly. Have your money in Louisville this week. her ready. The improvements to the 1 J BEAZLEY Clean, Wholesome Wheat low-pric- e Funeral Director and Embaimer Er-me- st &JAA oT 10-G-- HERE'STHEHOG SlBpB ft i is ulli e tfesgggs4s5tg Take tfiipgashag' Men-dlesoh- Beam JENKINS-SUBLET- T rtSf IKWfWil jiisiaiair. Tal-ma- ge Eholera Posts V and ' mlivtw) Lancaster Lumljer & Mfe Go. Ufiis0iS!l Caf-SIn- j- W. O. t J Rigney Constipation d Cat-Sin- a Funeral Director and Embaimer. DR. KING'S NewLifePills " t ! ' 'H&r i , I. jf.jggjjy 0000ttOOC00000004Ce09000000VO PUBLIC OF SALE L, gofeMttOttoafrfreoMoeooeooeoeoc I FARMER'S COLUMN i li ; FARM AND fl Leap Year by Proxy (Coprrizht. igix, by Associated EDNA'S BURGLAR WAS NOT A REAL ROBBER By MOLLY S I W H. cs? s McMASTER. eocoooi oocV Personal Property. SATURDAY, OCT. 9th, 1912. ripaco below this heading is for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer citimot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in two issues of the Record, free of charge GARDEN REPEATING TRAP KILLS RATS: Literary Press) For the reason that my wife is in bad health and she and I want to rest J. E. Robinson. One Winding of New Device Will De--, this winter, I will offer the following live stock for sale at public auction to stroy Fifteen or More of Disease For RENT:-- My farm of 86 acres 2 Spreading Rodents. the highest bidder on miles East of Lancaster. Jamas G. Conn, Wilmore, Ky. Did you ever hear of a repeating rat; 1 trap? One has been invented by an IlI have 22 two year old mules to let linois man, who declares that with out to responsible parties. ano winding it will kill 15 or more of at 10 o'clock A. M. at my place 3 miles from Paint Lick on the Richmond and J. W. Palmer, Point Leavell. Ihq disease breeding pests and kick, following is a list of the stock:- - 32 head of mules and Lancaster pike. The each one out of the way. The genFor Sale 15 sheep for $50 00. horses, with some good work mules in the bunch, 2 to 6 years' old. Several trap is shown in S. H. Aldridge, Hyattsville, Ky. eral design of the good Draft mare.3, brood mares, and driving and riding horses. the cut. "When a rat steps on the platFarm for rent at Marcellus, Ky. ApS form in front his weight releases the 109 head of cattle consisting of 50 short two year old steers, 30 yearling trigger and striking arm, operated by, steers and 29 fat heifers. All this bunch are good. 200 picked mountain Ewes, ply to E. C. McWhorter at Paint Lick i powerful spring, hits him a deadly Ky. uppercut and throws him several feet first season here, guaranteed mouths and all mated to high class bucks. 12 ewes and 1 buck. This stock will be sold in quantities to suit the purchasers and the sale is for saleGeo. D. Robinson an absolute one and every thing put up will be sold, at the high dollar without a by bid authorized by me. The sale willbe made on a credit of six months. AN INCIDENT AND Dinner on the grounds for every one. INTERESTING SEQUEL E. C. McWHORTER, Paint Lick, Ky. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. We were all sitting on the clubhouse porch enjoying the cool sea breeze and sipping well, one of the men had tea with lots of lemon in it but the others, their favorite thirst eradicator. Of course, all we women had tea or lemonade. We had been telling stories about various curious experiences that had befallen us, when Mrs. Preston gavo Forty nice stock hogs for sale. "I'm never going to get married," said Kitty to her Aunt Katherine." Aunt Katherine, who was very tall and beautiful, and who was always dressed in sweeping black gowns, looked at Kitty severely through her gold lorgnette. "And you are 20?" she asked. "Men aren't bothering worth over," said Kitty. "Now. there's Rodney Hodge. He's the only man who will be at the dance tonight who Is really worth while, yet I wouldn't be afraid to say that he'll never propose." - Aunt Katherine over the fireplace. fads to spend the light. Electricity she said. lighted the candles II was one of her evening or candlewas for the mcr. "Why should you care?" she asked, "what Rodney Hodge does? You are not in love with him, are you?" Kitty composed herself. Well, you see, I could be in love with him," she said sagely, if he were not such a clam. "He's so so fine, Aunt Kath- erine." "Yes, he is fine," said the older woman. Kitty's little face was very grave now, and her little hand was laid in earnestness on Miss Severance's knee. "And so," Aunt Katherine finished for her, as she took the little hand in her firm clasp, "and so, my little Kitty, if you were a man and Rodney Hodge were a girl, you would ask Rodney to marry you?" "Yes," Kitty whispered. "Then why not ask him anyhow?" said Aunt Katherine. Kitty gave her a startled glance. "Why Aunt Katherine " she stammered, "you don't mean " 1NSUEE YOUR WCO WITH Office the following: F. P. Citizens National Bank. PRISBIE. Lancaster, Kentucky. v& Wire Drawn Tungsten ELEGTR16 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 light STORMES DRUG STORE NT Your 1912 TAXES are now past due. Please call "One hot afternoon early in September I was walking up Park avenue, after interviewing one of the most prominent women in 'Society,' who was in town getting together her daughter's trousseau who was to be one of October's early brides. Repeating Rat Trap. "I was feeling mighty blue; the pretty frocks, masses of lacy lingerie, lus- away trous satin and priceless lace that tually with the same motion. It virkicks him to death. Another would be combined in the wedding feature of this trap is the fact that no gown brought back visions of my own wedding, and my heart grew bitter scent Is left on it to warn any wise old rodent an apparatus to with the thoughts of years of suffering be avoided. that it is of course, is set A bait, which followed my own great day. "Mentally I cursed the man I had inside the opening, under the striking arm, and rats married, cursed him for a weak fool.i numerous wherewill are particularly they not be scared off who had allowed a brilliant mind to by the sight of dead comrades In the become so paralyzed with drink that vicinity. I, his wife, had to take the babies! away from their father and leave them in the care of stran- PREPARING FOR SPRING WORK gers while I worked all day and often s until late at night recording the Farmers Should Have All Farm Impleof the rich and great.' ments in Good Order to Be"What right had some people to so gin Work at Once. much money when I had to toll unceasingly for just enough to feed and Have the plows, harrows, cultivaclothe us decently? tors, drills and rollers in order for "It was a long walk back to the spring work. Lay in a few extra plow office, and I had just one nickel in my points and bolts. purse. Should I spend it for carfare teeth sharp. ExtraHave the harrow whifljetrees and and borrow from some one at the some good hame strings should be office enough to take me home? Oi provided. The seed oatsy corn, clover walk? But It was so hot and I waa and grass seeds should be bought this tired; besides, I hated to borrow. month, so no time need be lost when "There were few people on the the season opens, says a writer in the street at that hour, but there ap- Baltimore American. Buy and haul proached a large, man, you need now. If the neatly dressed, who stopped In front, the fertilizer Is worn out, will pay plow or harrow it of me, saying, 'Lady, could you lend' to buy a good steel plow and a spring ' me a nickel?' e cultivatooth harrow and a "I was so surprised I halted and tor. A corn planter and a grain drill stared at him. may " 'I hate to ask you for it, lady,' he you be hired for 25 cents an acre. If only plant ten acres in corn and continued, 'but I want to get home tc seed a few acres to oats it will be my wife and little girl, and it will cheaper to hire than to buy these imtake mo hours to walk it.' plements. Only buy those implements "I Inquired if his wife was ill. 'J you really need. Farm sales take place don't know. She wasn't well when this month, and good implements may left home a week ago,' and then, be often be had at less than half the origcause I still stared at him (my mine inal price. It will pay to buy If you could not conceive a big, strong, well need the implement, but do not buy dressed man stopping a woman in th It because is cheap, nor because you street and asking for 5 cents), he told can buy ititon time. The note soon me that he had been on a spree for s falls due and often comes due when week and had spent his last dollai you are shortit of funds. Do not ask for a bath so he would be at leasr your neighbor to go security, If the decent to go home. 'But I must gel, bank will not accept the note with home,' he said; 'I must get home tc your do not buy. wife as the wife and baby, and I thought yoi! This is sound indorser,and if followed advice would give me carfare.' conyou lots of "Opening my purse, I took out mj will save money. Do trouble and not go security siderable one nickel. 'See,' said I, 'this is all anyone. It is wrong, as you may have. When I give it to you I musl for ruin yourself, and oftentimes your walk sixteen blocks back to the office family as well. A easywhere I work. I have to work to tak going farmer had better remain away care of myself and two little childrer because my husband Is a drunkard from farm sales. Because, when he had a young wift and baby girl he went on sprees and FIT VEGETABLES FOR MARKET stayed away from home and his buslj ness for days at a time. Take thli Washing Tank and Drying Table Is nickel and go home to your wife; bul Very Useful in Preparing Beets, tell her it was a woman who gave yoi Carrots, Potatoes, Etc. carfare, a woman who will help hei when she has to give up her home and A washing tank and drying table is go out into the world to work througl very useful in preparing vegetables your intemperance.' for market Beets, carrots, potatoes, "That was fifteen years ago. Yes etc., should be freed from soil before terday, sitting opposite me on th placing them on sale and I know nothtrain coming up here, I noticed a ing so handy as this arrangement, very handsome man, evi dently with his wife, a woman with silvery hair and kind, drink-crazed I "It's leap year." "Oh, I 'do-lug- good-lookin- g two-hors- 1 , I 1 Office Hours Office over She changed the subject after that, a. m to 12. 1 p. m. to 4. Stormes Drug Store Kitty went off to her leap year and dance happily. !E Miss Severance sat long by the fire, then she picked up the receiver of window. DENTIST. the telephone and gave a number. The man, suddenly foiled in his as- Phone 65. came, she said: "Is When the answer Lancaster, Ky. that you, Bronson? This is Kather- cent, picked himself up with many ine Severance. I want to ask you to short and terse words falling from his Yes, tonight. lips. He shook himself like a shaggy come and see me. Yes It's important. You will? It's .terrier, but he was drenched to the skin. very good of you. At nine, then?" Looking up to see the cause of his She paced the room restlessly, as she waited, and when her caller came, downfall the man gasped. Lying stately man, she wel- across the window sill like a pale a comed him with a laugh that was wedge of moonbeam was the arm of a woman. slightly nervous. With almost superhuman strength Kitty," she said. She TT. 3o-ro- n, "It's about Grmluate Optician chair !he sprang toward the vine and climb- LflHses i rtcd. Satisfaction Guaraut;ei. was seated in a which gave her a queenly dignity. "I ed to the window ledge. He drew himself within the room I want to make a sort of leap year and picked up the girl tenderly. proposal by proxy, Bronson." Being without resources of his own He looked at her keenly. "You and knowing not what to do, he rushRodney?" he asked. mean "Yes. Kitty like3 him and I think ed out in the darkened hall and made he loves her. He did years ago. But his way down the stairs with his prebut he hasn't asked her to marry cious bundle. Offiice over Logan's store. Groping his way toward a door he him." hammered with his feet lest he drop Residence Phone 75. "And he will not!" sternly. Office Phone 8 the unconscious girl from his arms. "Why not?" The door in the hall opened and a "He shall not suffer as I have sufvery frightened girl in blue kimono fered," was the quiet answer. "You know how I staked all my happiness, peeped out "Jack Danvers," she screamed, Katherine, on your answe. years age you know, too, that I lost. I will "have you lost your mind!" She and End not have my boy hurt in a like glanced with frightened eyes at her brother. His clothes were dripping, fashion." LANCASTER, KY. "Kitty is sweeter than I," said and his face white and stern. "No! But switch on the light and Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. Miss Severance, "and I think she look at what I found in my room!" cares." "No one could be sweeter than you He followed her into the room and were," the old man turned on her laid the girl on the couch. It seemed fiercely, "until you learned to break to Edna the action was reluctant. She began gradually to regain consciousmen's hearts." my own," said ness and opened her eyes. They lit "And to break All "Work Guaranteed. first upon the stalwart big man whom Katherine Severance. she had taken for a burglar, and Out of a deep silence he asked: Lick, from him to the girl in the blue ki"Then you, too, have suffered?" mono. Do you remember a leap "Yes. The latter rushed to Edna's side year dance and a girl all in white, with silver slippers and a rose in her and gathered her into her arms. Kitty's in it. knew you were joking." voice had a note of relief less rapidity from having been awaked from sound sleep. It was the third time during the night that she sat up to listen, and as she sank back at this hour of three in the morning she told herself it was only the strangeness of an unfamiliar room that kept her so keenly alive to sounds. She closed her eyes but opened them again. Surely some one was just outside her window! The sound came from below as if the intruder were attempting to climb up the great vine that covered the side of the house. Edna became strangely calm. She stepped from her bed, and in the darkness slipped on her pink silk hose and satin slippers that she had left carelessly lying after an evening of dancing. Then she drew on her dainty pink tea gown. Edna went cautiously toward the window and peeped through the mass of vines that clustered about the window frame. Her heart fluttered. A man was making his way slowly and ,by painful stages to her window. She paused a moment wondering whether to wait until he reached the top and fell him with a chair or to throw something weighty down on his unsuspecting head. Edna chose the latter method. She turned in the dark and by light of a pale moonbeam caught sight of the great water jug on the stand. "That would certainly kill him." she told herself with a shudder; "1 can not possiibly do that." She would empty the contents of the jug on that ascending head. The man was several yards from the ground; for a second Edna hesitated. Perhaps even then the fall might prove fatal. "But I can not be murdered in my bed." She shuddered again and with a burst of courage leaned far out oi the window and spilled the water with sure aim on the burglar's head. She heard a muttered remark, a heavy thud and the pitcher dropped from her nerveless fingers. Her cour age completely gone. Edna did her first feminine act of her escapade; tshe dropped in a heap just within the Her Edna sat up and listened. heart was beating with almost breath- J. TINSLEY, -- County Surveyor. l'HONK Office over P. (i. Ilrt a (uruitnre j. store. Lancaster. Kentucky 1 uu. S'in.X of QUALITY. raers ?! LWare IVlcRoberts. ! J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. Will Practice in all State Courts anc U. S. District Court. Phone 1S4 Office over Police Court. Or, R. L Pontius, V Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Olliice at .Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky COME! COME! Who So Ever Will. Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The Old Reliable Barber. HNRY DUNCAN x B. Walter. I gray-haire- . high-backe- d MLlYm.BLTiKETT Phvsican and Surgeon. W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician Surgeon. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, Paint Kentucky. r good-nature- d, gray-haire- d frail-lookin- g "You," he breathed. "And she made up her mind that she would tell the man whom once she had spurned that she had changed and and that he was the only man in the world for her. But she was proud and she could not, for ho gave her no opening and, after all, she was a woman and a woman cannot woo." "Katherine," he said, and his voice broke; "dear girl, if you had spoken, how much of happiness life would . have held for us." And tonight when Kitty went to her leap year dance, all the past rolled back on me atid I wanted her to be happy with a man like you. It Is too late now for us but surely hair?" brown eyes. they" "Several times the gentleman looked searchlngly at me and spoke to hii wife, and I confess I was becoming a bit annoyed, for they were apparent! discussing me. I felt it rather than saw it. He laughed like a boy. "Too late? Why, how old are you, Katherine?" "Forty." and settle same at once and thus save further cost and trouble. "Presently the gentleman came ovei to a vacant chair next mine and, beg ging my pardon, asked me if I remembered ever seeing him before. "At my negative reply he repeated the Incident that happened so manj years ago, but before he had finished I told him that I remembered it per fectly. 'Madam, I do not know whe you are, but I want you to meet mj wife. She wishes to thank you foi sending me home to her the day asked you for carfare and you gave it to me.' "His wife is charming, and he probably you all know him he is on of the leading judges in the state. "Yet I had thought he wanted thai nickel for a drink. Sometimes ouj charity 1b not misplaced," And we're "And I am fifty-twyoung, dearest. And the world is before us. Do you think Kitty and Rodney are the only ones in the world who can live and love?" o. Washing Tank and Drying Table. 1 writes Mrs. H. O. McPherson In the Farm and Home. The table, b, Is hinged to the tank a. The legs are also hinged, and when not in use are room. folded over on the table and the Edna jumped up suddenly and flung table folded over so as to form a lid .herself into his arms. "Of course for the tank, the legs folding Inside, It did not seem terrible, dear," she out of the way. The bottom of the cried swiftly, "But everything else tank should be lower at one corner world." has seemed terrible since I broke my with a hole to let out the water after "No," said Aunt Kate, mysteri engagement to you, and if you still using, by withdrawing a plug or stop- ously, "you're not tho happiest Be" love me per. cause there are others." There was no need for words. A Log On The Track. He took her hands masterfully in "Look at me, Kate," he said, "and tell me if you want to leave all the happiness to Kitty?" That night when Kitty came homo she was radiant. "Aunt Kate," she cried, as her aunt, wrapped in a white silk kimono, met her at the top of tho stairway, "I'm the happiest woman In the his. "Edna darling," she asked tenderly, "what in the world have they been doing to you? And why is my brother Jack all soaked and tearing madly through the pitch dark house with you?" "I took your brother for a burglar and emptied the contents of the water jug on him. I am so sorry." she said prettily. "It is all my fault" ho told her quickly. "I was a silly chump to come out to the country at this time of night when the family would all be in bed, but somehow I just wanted to wake up In my own room and hear the birds sing. I often take a fancy of that kind, and when everyone Is asleep I sometimes get in by climbing up the vine." "I never even dreamed of your tcoming out for the week-enwhen I put Edna into your room," Mary Danvers was saying. "It does not seem so terrible, sis." (laughed Jack. "Does it to you?" He (turned to Edna. Edna glanced quickly up at him. land the color rushed swiftly np to tmeet her downcast eyes. He gave a little helpless shrug of his shoulders that brought an ache to Edna's throat He threw a glance at his sister and turned to leave the d r M. K. Denny, Office over "i DENTIST Hnrt &. Anderson's. Sue Bennett Memorial School. Admittedly one of the very best schools in the State. Five Schools in one. 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