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LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 25 1912. ft The days are getting much shorter Uncle Sam Without Our Solicitation Comes and dark comes much earlier than a Possum hunters are abroad in the few weeks since and it seems that we To Our Aid In The Collection Of Deland. should have electric lights a little earlinquent Subscriptions And Makes It Showers this week brought a light lier. It is hard to set type by imper fect or fading light. tobacco season. Prohibitory To Carry Any Unpaid Denny Bros, big sale of land and stock Dolan Convicted. Subscription On Our List For is in progress as we go to presa. Thomas F. Dolan who killed Pat Longer Than A There will be a pie supper at Herrings Mooney in Lexington about a year ago school house Saturday night. Every- was convicted last week of voluntary Year. body invited; manslaughter and given the in- NUMBER 29. "Shoat and turnips' rgfBfi3MfrUlir5 A MH1EW . D STOVES V E MfmmmBMf.MmMmm.MiM ru T 0 ' t v i I 7 T ' It - J,-- . determinate sentence of from two to The po&toffice department has issued twenty one years in the penetentiary. There will be a supply in the pupit Through his attorneys, he has filed a ruling that newspaper subscriptions of the Baptist church next Sunday. motion and grounds for new trial. must be paid in advance, and positiveThe entire membership is urged to be ly forbidding any publication to carry 0. P. Bush, Pastur present. 20 Cents For Garrard County Tobacco Is upon its lists subscribers who are more than one year in arrears, and if they The Way The 1912 Season Opens. This Should Not Be. do this they are liable to a forfeiture A perusal of the records at the court W. P. Kincaid of Stanford has been house divulges the fact that for the in the county this week and purchased of their postal rates. The Record has year last past there has been but 64 35000 lbs of the 1912 crop paying an been extremely lenient with its patrons marriage licenses issued as against 110 average of 12cts per pound. His prize in this regard, in fact too lenient, for during the corresponding period for the purchase was the crop of Messrs J. B. Uncle Sam upon an inspection of our preceding year. It does seem that and S. P. Curtis of the Hackley vicinity lists has directed that we revise them beputy clerk Harry Tomlinson with which consisted of about 4000 pounds the brilliant prospects he seems to for which Mr Kincaid paid lOcts for 400 at once, cutting out all subscribers have should have a better eye to keep- pounds and 20cts for the remainder of who are one year in arrears. We are ing up the business of his office and the crop. The crop was a splendid one. mailing to each and every one of our should try to improve it by example. In fact Mr Kincaid pronounces the subscribers who are behind as much as entire crop an unusually good one. a year, a statement of the facts, toTo Be Tried In Winchester. rTrrSr7,.-,ir.-fr-B,';:i C gether with the amount they owe, and Work Begins On The Dam. Special Judge Newell presiding at we hope that they will remit to us Jackson in the cases against D. F. Dea-to- n The work of raising the water works promptly in order that they may not alledged killing dam and 14 others for the has commenced, contractor at of Ed. Callahan the noted is here and is having the mater- miss as issue of the paper. Everyone Jackson, refused the application for a ial hauled to the water plant. Very is being treated alike, no favorites, hearing for bail for the defendants and soon the work on the filter will also Anything You Want in and all who do not comply with this re sustained the application of the Com- begin, when every available team and Air Tight Heaters. quest by November 15th. will be strickmonwealth lor a change of venue, laborer 5 within reach will be pressed intransferring the cases to Clark county, to service. The work in connection en from our lists. Kindly send us m and fixing the time for today Thursday. with the improvement of the water check or call at our office and settle plant will with very few exception be promptly. Desirable residence for rent. More City Lights. done by home labor, the contractors of The city council has ordered the in- course will bring some skilled labor "Uncle Joe" Hopper Conducting A Series iBTrIl'i'rIHrHJrrHJliM stallation of three street lights along with them, but all the work that Hamilton avenue. When this thorough- can possibly be given will go to Of Interesting Meetings At The fare was constructed it was with a home people. This will mean the disPresbyterian Church. view of giving the people who live in tribution o a goodly portion of the the Buckeye locality a passway into money used in this wcrk at home. town without the necessity of having "Uncle Joe" Hopper is conducting a Candidates Nominated. to pass through the '"chute", but mrny series of meetings at the Presbyterian of them preferred even that mode of The primary election held in Lexing- church, he began on last Sunday entrance to travelling a dark street ton last Saturday to select eight can" morning and preaches two sermons which was comparatively unknown to chelates to be voted tor at the coming daily, at 10 o'clock in the morning and them. November election, four of whom are 7 o'clock in the evening. The meeting to be elected to serve under their new will continue, to use the splendid old Lawyers Profiting By Marriages. Commission form of government re gentlemans words, "as long as his Out of the fifteen appearance cases suited in the selection of seven white feeble strength will permit, and the on the Circuit court docket, seven of and one colored, as follows, the gentle- Master desires". Large crowds are them are divorce cases. While it brings men as their name appears respectively being attracted and much interest is , Ml mt rr m t; - TriiTT r in a little pocket change for the lawyers, receiving the highest number of votes:-Jam- being manifested. i r " Tr-"yf "".' MS IvtfHr ; still it is not very complimentary to our "Uncle Joe" was born in Lancaster T. McCarthy, dem, K. G. county. Divorces are too common in Fus, Waller B. Hunt, dem, on July 22 1829 where W. B. Ball now these days, probably due to the fact W. H. McCorkle, dem, Chas. W. May conducts a grocery store. He united that the parties do not consider the fusionist, Jordon Jacksn, colored, with the old Presbyterian church at t marriage vow as solemn as they should. fusionist, and C. H. Wilkerson fusion- this place in 1843 and was ordained a Young men and young ladies, be sure ist., Although the candidates are di- deacon in that church in 1845, at the you get the right one before you venture vided about evenly along party lines, same time the late William H. into the matrimonial field. &13S32C833S33CS3 no devices were used and very little was ordained an elder. "Uncle reference made to party choice, the Joe's" religious work dated from that citizens expressing their personal time, he began at once to organize and choice. conduct Sunday schools and to do whatsoever work he felt he was called upon to do in the Master's cause. In Dr. Pontius To Leave. 1850 he removed to Perryville Ky. and Dr. R. L. Pontius has been tendered was there ordained a ruling Elder and wiff&M a splendid position in connection with continued as such for over 40 years. the Experimental Station at Lexington In the early sixties under the auspices which he has determined to accept and of the American Sunday School Union, leaves here for Lexington about Novnon sectarian, he took charge of Sunember 1st. While reluctant to leave day school work in Kentucky until the Lancaster, Dr. Pontius feels that be- Synod of Kentucky ordained that he cause of his health he should accept the should take charge of their work and new position, as he will not have to made him an assistant evangelist for undergo near as much exposure as at the state. When at the advanced age present, his duties there will be chiefly of 67 years, and, after the good old in the laboratory. However, he will do man had devoted almost a lifetime some field work, administering and to the advancement of the Master'g demonstrating the various serums for cause, the Transylvania Presbytery of; the cure of animal diseases. Kentucky decreed that he should preach During his stay in Lancaster Dr. the gospel as a minister and he was. Pointus has proven himself one of the ordained at Lebanon Ky. Both bebest Veterinary Surgeons in the state. fore and since that time he has carried, Not only this but he has made a host his Master's message to- tb,e highways of friends in the county and town all and byways of the sate, an$ has seen of whom will be grieved to know of hundreds of people brought to Christ his determination to leave Lancaster,. through his ministrations. Uncle Joe is a cousin of the late Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods Beginning To Roll. Seymour Hopper and has many relaFarmers are beginng to bring in tives and an unlimited number of their corn. Local dealers are offering. friends throughout the coupty. $2.25 for immediate delivery and $2.50 Notwithstanding his extreme ageK h for delivery at gathering time. These has a strong mind, a retentive memory prices may and they may not prevail, and a wonderful strong andr attractive but a good number seem to be taking personalty. His, ii,fej while haying a'dvantage of them. The crop aside, been a buiy, on. b,as been fraught witk You from being abundant, is extraordinari- much, peace an happiness, by his ly good and we hear no, complain of kmY ways, hia cheering words and rotten corn( thjs year, a complaint benevolent disposition he has, drawn to which vas heard on all sides last year. himself hundreds of. frienda and when Don't ask for cheapness. Keep thinking Many farmers are feeding qqwn their his earthly career is brought to a close, fie.lds, the In'gh pric.e. o hogs leading his labors, on thia earth are finished, of quality. theni o th.e bjeliaf- that they can secure there will surely be a crown of glory W Thats our advice. a. hotter price for their com in that awaiting him in the Great Beyond. CO than by selling it at the premanner If you know only alittle about brands O vailing prices. Democratic Speaking. A good rain, and a resulting season you can still be safe for thii store always At the Court House on Oct 28th, at w would start the tobacco crop to moving, one o.'clock P. M. by Col. Bennett H. H the farmers all being ready to begin stands for your safety. the handling of the crop as soon as Young and Harvey Helm this speaking conditions will permit. We hear of will be from 1 to 2:30 P. M. when We have nothing that you need hesitate here and there a little "house burn" court room will be given over to the from housing some of the early cutting Taft and Progressive speakers. C4 about buying or eating. Local speaking at Herring schqoj. while it was wet, but as a general thing "Purity a surety" is our Canned Goods the crop is a splendid one, in fact one of house on Friday night Oct, 25th, a A look will convince you that we can save you money on anything the best seen in the county for years. 7 P. M., at Bourne Wednesday night motto. Oct 30th, at 7 P. M; all &ps.e'.whft fcaye in Ladies ready to wear garments. We buy these lines from the very subscribed to Garar,' Qunty Can Notice To The Public. ttj All that is ever canned we have. m paign fund please comq forward: and Cm best Manufacturers in New York. We take great pleasure in showing Notice of application for parole by pay thejeamp'aign qomm.ittee who still re- O Fish, Fruit, Vegetables. John Metcalf, who was convicted of questing c6ntrfl)UV5fl3. from one dollar you through. If we havn't what you want we will order it on approvmurder in the circuit court of Garrard up, the dm.9,jrtio committee and the W And never forget that buying here is the County at the August term of said al and get it for you in a short time. members of the Garrard county court 1903, is hereby given, and all who committee are requested to meet best way to be sure. object will notify the Prison Board, i the chairman at the Court House on iS Said application wU be made writing. Oct, 28th, at 10 o'clock, please don.t 0 before the said noarU at its next or fail to attend this meeting. H second next sitting from this date. Additional campaign contributors. John Metcalf, $5.00 This Oct 18th, 1912. 2t J. B. Ruble A. D. Ford $2.00 O Desirable residence to rentf apply to GeoJ TJ. lifarri $2.00 S. G. Haselden. PSJ0H3JPIAI snonrej jo aim ejsidraoa Jj & Mount Chairman spooQ A COMPLETE LINE OF Announcement. Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves mi Ranges. Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire Backs and Fire Brick. fl Moy-noh- an ex-sher- iff T0 V E S Moores, Florence and Coles Guns,Ammunition,Huntihg Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: HficpirlAn Rrnfhpfc I S WmImMMMfMfTmm Old Hickory 1 Live and Let Live. es Pul-lia- il Lancaster, Ky. I Kin-nai- rd g H&TH WW I Fall Goods MS ments in Wagons last longer than ever before. Our prices are right. Are made better, run lighter and We have received and have on display a complete line of - W. J. ROMANS. FINE FOOT WEAR for fall and winter, comprising all the nev styles in Patent Leather,- Gyn Metals, Tans, Velvets, Suede. We handle the famous Drew Selby line whiph is considered the fcest line of Ladies shoes on the market. VVe are receiving daily new ship- Buy The Best Canoed Goods That Can. - 8 Suits, Goats and Dresses a &a Cam-IjW- gn H. T. LOGAN. Theo. Curtey. HBpirejg i& N . SK?KSKSSSSKJ?SSS3a C0KB3KK3e883Ka j5a3X0Jsraecsi i3&8a&C8&&yz& 4 2 o 1 We are showing a AND great line of Men's Suits in ALL WOOL Blue Serges a o o o v ? TV i a a at $ 0.00 and $ 5.00. These suits are 1 1 Q a- well made and Finely Tailored. 6 : & Unequalled Values For The Price. $SSSSxJk5sk455 INCORPORATED. Convince Yourself With a Look. Jk- o o s. JA s fc. It Is To Be Hoped He Will. in Mag-strat- e, I - "JfiiS 1. wrf'7- -i nrntmn t"l House 5 Of :s Quality. Q i a v a- - &xxxxxx&&xx&x We are authorized to announce .WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- G&&&W - rtrt3 Returns. a&&o&&&OGO&&a$a&&aa Already Being Felt. WQ&aaaQaaB&c&a&x ss x$ xtlz i7Z'x&zi&W'i;E'SfZ o The Central Record Mrs. McWhorter Mr. Jas. Hatcher, the efficient star the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the rout man, of Lancaster, is figuring on SI. 00 a year. democratic partv. Issued Weekly. establishing an automobile line between He carries Danville and Lancaster. We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n quite a number of passengers in his GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. H. Estes as a candidate for could get conin the first district of Garrard hack and feels like he Ky., Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, county, subject to the action of the siderably more business if he had an Mail Matter. as automobile. He also would be in a democratic party. position to give a better mail service. Member Kentucky Press Association We are authorized to announce Advocate. and Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Eighth District Publishers League. Magistrate in the second district of $20,000. Company Organized At LexingGarrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. Lancaster, Ky., October 25, 1912. ton To Handle Kennucky Blue Grass istrate Secoud-Clab- The many friends of the family will rejoice to learn that Mrs. E. C. McWhorter has sufficiently recovered from a recent operation which she underwent at the Deaconess hospital in Louisville to be able to return home. She returned on the noon train Wednesday. Work Progressing. Local fishermen report the best luck in years in Dix river and the Hanging Fork, and during the last week we saw Precinct rard county, subject to the action of 10.00 the democratic partv. County Offices State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 Calls, per line We are authorized to announce Davis Clarence Lebus and many prom10 Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate Cards, per line inent financiers. The capital stock is in the first Magisterial district of Garall publications in the interrard county, subject to the action of $20,000 and the concern is incorporated est of individuals or expresfor 100 years, and the company is authe democratic party. sion of individual views, per thorized to purchase sale or lease of 10 line roal estate, to construct factories, Only a little more than a week until 05 Obituaries, per line the election, until we shall know who warehouses and to buy and sell blue manageshall be our next president. Our pros- - grass and other seeds. The ment of the new concern will be placed DEMOCRATIC TICKET. I pects for electing Gov. Woodrow Wil- - in the hands of Mr Green Clay Goodloe, , son are splendid, the reports are more FOR PRESIDENT reassuring day by day. Just think of one of the incorporators and their main WILSON, of New Jersey itdemocrats, A DEMOCRATIC PRESI- offices will be in Lexington. WOODROW DENT. Have you helped to make FOR this possible, have you contributed to Grand Rally In Every County Seat In The R. MARSHALL. THOMAS the campaign fund, or by word, or Of Indiana State To Be Held On Saturday Bedeed in any way aided the good cause. For Congress. fore The Election. All of us are not speakers, all of us HARVEY HELM, . are noi. organizers, all of us are not of Lincoln. campaigners, These are necessary ad There is to be in every county seat For Commonwealth's Attorney juncts to a successful campaign, and in the state of Kentucky on the Saturto secure them takes money. These day afternoon preceding the election, EMMET V. PURYEAR, men must have their expenses paid, which is Saturday November 2,a grand of Boyle. and the financing of a presidential cam- Democratic Rally, a gathering togethpaign, the actual bona fide expenses, er of the democratic clans. Good For County Judge. which are absolutely unavoidable, takes speakers will be at every county seat We are authorized to announce Clay- an enormous amount of money. There to address the assembled hosts and to ton A. ArosJd as a candidate for Coun- are no trusts contributing to Gov. bring them the good tidings of how the ty Judge of Garrard County subject to Woodrow Wilson's campaign fund, it battle is going elsewhere. A list of the action of tte democratic party. is a campaign of and bv the people. the speakers for Lancaster will be an- We are authorized to announce Have you contributed, if you have j nonnccd by handbills and in next weeks James A. Beazley as a candidate for not "DO IT NOW". The cam- Record. Come in anI take part in this County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic paign fund is sadly in need of final jollification, urge every dema-crati- c money, Every little bit helps, give a voter in your precinct to come party. dollar or as many of them as you can and let us make of this the biggest possibly spare to aid the good cause, political gathering of the campaign. For Sueriff. and when the victory is ours you will We are authorized to announce C. A, jbe able to 1h , d Bristow Conn Doing A Thriving BusiXWUiiioUU as uiiiuiuau wi. unci"County, subject to .the action Garrard ness In Danville. of the Democratic party. The Young Mens Democratic Clubs The following clipping taken from We are authorized to anncsince organized throughout the state are the Danville Messenger indicates that Ij rendering yeomen service to the party As&hy Arnold as a candidate for sheriff Kit Garrard county, subject to the ac and are demonstrating the fact that Bristow Conn is doing a thriving busition e the democratic party. the young man is a strong factor in ness in our neighboring city. Bris is a politics., no.t as a presumptious adviser past master at his work and there is We aw authorized to announce W. no kind of a machine that he cannot j. Lawsoo for sheriff of Garrard to his elders, but as an actual worker, ecounty, subject to the action of the one who goes &wu into the trenches repair in a satisfactory manner. democratic party, "Mr. Bristow.Conn, proprietor of the and does the actual Jfl&or incident tc These clubs have ii parage at the Danville Ice & Coai S. the campaign. "We are authorized to .announce W. old stand, has made so great a cCarrieras a candidate for sheriff of many counties aided materially in tin county, subject to Jthe action raising of campaign funds, in some success with his business, that it has Garrard .of the Democratic party. instances having complete control of become necessary for him to rent the this branch of the work, and in many corner office rooms to be used in conFor Assessor. jither ways proved themselves of ef nection with the other quarters. Here We are autiaarized to announce Dave ficient srrvice in the cause. On elec- he will store his stock of automobile :C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor tion Jay ,t;hese organizations will hold supplies and have his office. Mr. Conn of Garrard county .subject to the ac- themsejy.es jp readiness to assist the is conceded to be one of the best metion of die democratic psrty. regular campajjjn .officials in any and chanics in Central Kentucy, and his to aiauounce Mr. every pousible'ma.nnery and after the perfect, honest work has won a good We are authorized EL B. Rayaaa candidate for be Nomielection is over the organizations will business for him. He has just emnation of Assessor of Garrard .County, be maintained for the jv.el.fare of the ployed Thos. Shackelford, another exsubject to the action of the democratic pert, to add to his force of employees." party and the state. party. For or For For For For n, VICE-PRESIDEN- Rates For Political Announcements lor T. Burdett as a candidate for istrate in the second district of and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 We are authorized to announce Tay- MagGar- The outlines of the new school building are beginning to assume shape, the walls are rapidly rising toward the second story. Contractor Raymond is Seed. working every bricklayer obtainable and doing his utmost to get the new Articles of incorporation have been building under roof before the coming filed in Lexington by the Kentucky of cold weather, in order that the work Blue Grass Seed Company, and includes may not be delayed. among its incorporators JamesB. Hag-giInteresting Speaker. Hon. Oscar Gibney Letcher of Henderson addressed the democrats of the county at the court house on last Saturday in behalf of the democratic presidential ticket- - Mr Letcher is a very interesting talker and drew a good the busy times, and people were loud in their praise of the his efforts. Mr Letcher is a relative of Mrs W. B. Mason of this place. Commendable. exhibited several strings of "jumpers" which reminded us very much of old times, strings of ten and twelve fish weighing from a pound up to three pounds, the old fashioned small mouth bass, the gamest fish that swim, and these fish were caught on a hand pole too, not by seine or nut as has been the custom. The sportsmen report great numbers of small bass in the Can it be that the work of the newly organized Fish Commission is already being felt? We sincerely hope so, and if the success would continue for a couple of years as it has started, we would again have the best fishing streams in the country. "Ten Good Reasons For Home Patronage." 1. Your home merchants can duplicate the prices made by any responsible concern anywhere on goods of equal quality, in the same quantities and on the same basis of delivery and payment. 2. You can examine your purchases in the home stores and be assured of Rev. J. W. Lynch Pays A Beautiful Tribute To The Memory Of His Departed Friend, H. G. Sandifer Sr. The following beautiful memorial is from the pen of Rev. J. W. Lynch, now of Athens Ga.. but for many years a resident of Danville, where he had charge of the Baptist church. r . i H. G. Sandifer. He died in Nature's lap. All his life he loved her as a mother and in death they were not divided. He went to sleep on his plav- ground, like a tired child in the midst of its toys. I know H spot rnd love it more now than ever. The plash of gentle waters; the glint and glory of Autumnal tints; the balm of rural solitudes; the unsullied breath of maize and meadow, Kentucky's little orchestrasall these he loved and were the favored witnesses of his translation. I am glad I was not with him, friend and lover though I was and am. My presence would have been a profanation. Nature was jealous of her son, and wanted him all to herself in the sacred moment of death. I coukl wish, however, to have seen his entrance into the Happy Hunting Grounds. He was not alone. Green Caly Smith Smith, Jacob Karlan, Andrew Pope, R. P. Jacobs, Boyle Rodes, W. H. Harris, and almost countless others were there to meet him. Faithful churchman, high Mason, courtly gentleman, true sportsman, appreciative listener to all high things, Good Bye! Comdrade of the rod, our lines are black today, and Kentucky's beautiful .streams are brackish with the saltof hunun tears. .. i 4 satisfaction money. 3. before investing your Ycur home merchants are always T. riady and willing to make right any error or any defective article purchased 4. Your home merchauts help support, through direct and indirect taxation, your schools, churches and other public institutions. 5. Your home merchants help make a good local market for everything you have to sell, and that market more than any other factor gives your land its present value. G. Your home merchants are your good friends, ever ready to extend a helping hand in time of need. 7. If this community is good enough for you to live in and make your money in, 'tis good enough to spend it in.. S. The best citizens in this community are those who believe in and practice home patronage. Be one of the best. 9. The merchants in the distant city trive vou nothing valuable that the home merchants can not give you and the former can not and will not do for you many things the latter do gladly. 10. Every dollar kept in circulaticn in chis community helps increase property values, Every dollar sent out of this community that could a- - well be spent here hinders the wheels of progress and fyelps build up some other community at your expense. Agricultural Extension Frank Wheeler the well known local colored democrat, who is holding down a good position, and rendering efficient service, in one of the departments at Frankfort, has sent to the local campeign fund his dollar to swell the Wilson & Marshall finances. This is a very commendabls manner in which to show his appreciation for what has been done for him as well as to attest all allegience to the democratic party. Progressive Speaking Dates. On Saturday, October 2Gth. at 1:30 P. M. Mr. King Swope of Danville, Ky J. Athens, Ga., Oct. 26th, 1912. W. LYNCH. CONSIDERATE. FA 1ST L1UK. Mr.;G. W. Rice attended the trots in Lexington last week. Misses Nancey and Jane Terry of Richmond are at home for a visit. Miss Kate Ely spent last week in Lexington the guest of her cousin. Mrs. Annie Stagner of Richmond visited Mrs. Henry Riddleberger Satur co New-Mexi- ir-- J - - will address the voters of Garrard county in the interest of the Progressive party. Mr. Swope while but 18 years of age is a forceful speaker and a large crowd will turn out to hear the young orator. On court day, October 23th. at following the 2:30 P. M. immediately democratic speakjng at the court house in Lancaster, Hon. Henry Duncan of Lexington yill address the voters of Garrard county, in the interest of 'the Progressive party. Mr. Duncan is considered one of the best speakers on the stump and a rousing Roosevelt meeting is sure to be held. Col. Roosevelt Sufficiently &.. A t JK V V r "'I " X. JSil1' i-CSH nu MMM' Rescovered To Com-Dan- From The Attempt On His Life Be Removed To His Home. For Kentucky. Old Lady Little boy, I hate to see you smoking that cigarette. Boy Den turn yer back, ma'am. Free Seed Testing I'll soon be through wid it. y's may not be generally known to farmers and others in Kentucky that It Col. Theodore Roosevelt is sufficiently the dastardly convalescent after on his life a little over a week attempt ago in Milwaukee to be taken to his home. He was taken from Mercy hospital in Chicago on Monday and placed aboard a "24 hour" train which bore him to his home at Oyster Bay. He stood the journey well and with the exception of the fatigve incident to the journey was feeling as well as when he left the hospital. He will enjoy a The library extention department of quiet home life for a few days and We are authorized .to asnounce J. B. Collier as a candidate for ibe nominaIn coMj:liance with the requirements Woman's Club will meet in the direc- enveavor to recuperate sufficiently to tion for a8s:sor of Garrard county, of the postoWkGj' department, we are tors room of Citizen Bank on next be able to take part in the campaign subject to the action of the .democratic moiling statement &o all of our sub- Wednesday afternoon at 2:30, all mem- during the closing days. party. scribers who are in htiars, and we bers of club find any one interested in The McWhorter Sale. We ar authorized to announce W. lope that each and everyone of them this most excellent GiUisp are cordially 'M ' L. Huffman for a. candidate for assess- will retgft promptly. We are endeavor- invited. The big sale of stock held by Mr. E. or of Garrard county subject to the ing to give A public .ibrary in our community g. McWhorter at his farm a few miles j')u a good paper, are mak action of the Democratic .party. ing every- effort &o give as much of- would be an influence for good every west pf Paint Lick on last Saturday the home news evey week as possible, day in the week! It would make ourtown attracjted a large crowd and fairly good Far School Ssperintendant. s nd we are charging a ysfj Reasonable more attractive o the class of pepple pricps were realized for the offerings. We are authorized to announce Miss prtee. It takes money ,to &prt&e .a we want as residents and neighbors.. M. punn conducted the sale, Jennie Higgins as a candidate for newi$j3ner plant, and your dollar WJnJ t.not on,v gives' to boys wholesome Capt. L Wwith Mr. - S. Carrier acjtiig as clerk School Snperinfcendant for Garrard go just tks far toward helping to JooiyBot adventure and stories they and Mr. J. W. Elp)Qre as .cashier. The subject io the action of the county, (brighter and better. iike ana to gjris Twoks which delight sale amdunted to between $8,DQ0. and make the. pap Democratic party. . "j i. mem anui give uittjFcncy anaimagina-.- . 9,000." Mule colts brought on an Aside from tne government require- ii .' Is also exercise, but it f".,.i,( b.n adult average of $75. per head. Work mules T ment, we need the me3gy, and we will ror Jailer. glad to see those who are in school and the greatest educatfond) from SJJOO. to 225. per head; young We are authorized to announce Jack arrears .jjayjip promptly upon receipt factor that we have. The following "horses-- , Including yflunff green stuff, Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- Lpf.no. program will be rendered next tjce. work horses & C, brought from $S5.' rard county, subject to the action of (the Democratic party. to $150; one pair of draft mares se; Program. brought $400; 109 head of cattle, conWe are authorized to announce Dave Possibilities of .Lancaster havine a sisting of 30 yearling steers, 29 heifers iRoss as a candidate for Jailer of GarNotice To "Tax Public Library. Mrs, .ep. D. Robin- - and 50 short two year old steers rard county, ssbjaet to the action of the Democratic party. The penalty will go an .city taxes ?pp- brought on an average of 5J cents per sVhy.we need a Public Libary. Mrs, pound, and 200 picked mountain ewes, November 1st. Better come in and ' For Magistrate. pay them before that time antl tvoid J.C,.A$ey:' sold in lots of 25, brought from $3.50 We. are authorized to announce additional expense. Call at office of Pleasures of a Public Jibary. to'$400 per head. ' ohn N. White as a candidate for Judge E. W. Harris and if I am not Lewis L. Walker, " A spienqia qinner was serveu in Gar'Magistrate, in the first district of am'jriVquantity to "satisfy the entire rard county, subject to the action of .there Judge Harris will issue receipt. Shall we have this Public Ljbary. " Mrs. Kauffman. L. E. Herron. thedemecratic party. - .' t, " be-jdee- Wed-P&gda- y. -- f-ay- -- ww.r -- southern end of the island in a broad swampy basin, shut in on three sides by mountains and open on the fourth side to the sea. They are really springs of crude petroleum which according to analysis is of a very high degree of purity. The petroleum issues from the earth in water basins, oozing up through the mud in drops which break and spread upon the surface of the water. weigh one ounce each. The samples The flow is very slow In the several should be put in a stout paper envelope, springs, not amounting to more than not in ordinary correspondence envel- a few gallons si day. The springs opes because these are easily broken were mentioned by a Grek historian in the postoffice and let the seeds es- some four centuries 'before1 Christ. address, They seem to haye been considered cape. Put your complete plainlyJvritten, on each envelope sent merely as a curiosity until about fifty us and forward to the Division of En- years ago. tomology and Botany, Kentucky Agri Legitimate. cultural Experiment Station, Lexington, Ky. In writing to us always state 'It -is a Bhame to be selling those whether both purity and germination pretty- girls gold bricks the "way that beauty doctor is doing." tests are wanted. "He's justified in doing it." H. Garman. "How do you make that out?" of Division of Entomology and Head "Why, isn't he merely grafting Botany, Kentucky Experiment Station, peaches?" Lexington, Ky. blue-grasblue-gras- s, blue-gras-- the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station is well equipped to test samples that may be submitted with a view to learning their quality, either as to purity or germination. A new laboratory for this work has been planned and is now nearing completion. When our incubators and other appliauces are established it will be one of the most complete in this county. The Station has already won a reputation for work of this sort not only in this country, but in Europe, and those sending samples can be assured that they will be tested well and as promptly as our facilities will permit. Samples will be examined in the order in which thev are received. To get fair tests it is necessary that the sample be taken from a bulk lot after a thorough mixing of the seeds. Samples of red clover, sapling clover. alsike clover, alfalfa, orchard grass, s and rye grass should English contain two ounces each. Samples of s, Canada Kentucky top and timothy should red Js first compelled His pipe to smoke. A Safe Bet. ShjC For Inspiration. Pull many a man IVho writes a joke, If fashion makes our dresses any skimper J really don't know what we women will do, He I do; you'll wear the dresses. Badly Mixed. "Politics are mixed this year," "Ain't they? I hardly know what to point at with pride and what to view with alarm," On Pitch Springs In Greece. the island of Zante, Greece, there three weeks. are to bo found what are locally callDr. H. J. Patrick received a telegram ed pitch springs. They are at the day, and Sunday. Mr. Paul Griggs of Tucumcario spent Tuesday with his cousin Mr. O. C. Rucker. Mrs. Henry Wallace will leave home this week for a visit to her sister Mr's-WDenton at Lexington. Miss Emma Burchell is at home after a months stay with her sister Mrsi Arthur Botter at Junction City. Mr. H. L. Wallace attended the meeting of the Presbytery at Millersr burg from Saturday, till Monday. Dr. N. Mays has returne from Richmond where he visited his daughter Mrs. Ellen Wilson and son W. O. Mays; and family. Miss Louise Terry is quite ill of typhoid fqver and is being attended by Miss Margaretta Smith, trained nurse, of Richmond. Mrs. Garnett Kemper of Lexington visited friends here last week. She was accompanied home by Mis3 Hazel Patrick who will make her a visit of several days. Mr. E. C. Mc Whorter left Wednes- j day for Louisville to bring his wife home from the Deaconess Hospital at Louisville where she has been for about m 1 i from Dr. W. L. Carman informing him of the death of his sister Miss Malge, at Ashville N. C. Much sympathy is extended to Dr. Carman by his many friends. V . H No More Gray Or Faded Hair. Women and men who use PARISIAN Sage can be sure their hair will neve'r turn gray. PARISIAN Sage will preserve the natural color of the hair; stop it frc'm becoming faded and lifeless, and b'y nourishing the hair root give to thehajr a lustre and radiance that compels I PARISIAN Sage stops falling dandruff; makes the" scalp clean and free from itchiness and promotes a growth of heavy hair. Large bottle 50 cents at dealers everywhere. Sold by R. E, McRoberts & Son on money back if dissatisfied plan. hair-banish- es Ad-- - f If rfLi ". f MJi fflB3te3gg a&ffiwwws -- ;&m?2&?i i fe?.i utw tvm eAri'' xTmm SIcELIlOY-SHAUN- O fZSr 15888133) it i .ik; PSPSfflL rV XJ smj" HGOSSEI! SPUDfO BEDS. n&0 Xi x '' !?-( - 'lil If II If -- I If If PsWrfe'-f!.r- x- SPECIAL KITCHEN jfs? C3r THE WflONKR Zfy twcyo mjsmrrirj r You can make your cozy home as com$1.-0- TJ cf LL fc? wf S3 &? Vj Pl m ' y JI VICTOR. NOISELESS-WI- CABINET. NEVER BAG. Saves miles of steps. down and $1.00 per week if you SPRINGS GO-CAE- TS Ranging from $2.50 to $12.50. Special $2.50, join the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Club. See this labor saver. fortable as a mansion with it. see it. Call and $5.00 and the Royal Blue of all discriptions. Sulkeys, Wagons and $12.50, best out. all kinds of Children's goods. titi f4 BS!Sffi3aaSBSSkS9Sfe8 V SSfc SSSS YOU TAKE JSSS?,5S NO RISK. A . ' " We promise you that, if your hair is We pay for all the medicine used Gaukard Circuit court. falling out and you have not let it go during the trial, if our remedy fails to Plaintiff. too far. you can repair the damage completely relieve you of constipation. W. H. Furr, already done by using Rexall "93" Against We take all the risk. You are not obDefendants. Hair Tcn'ic, with persistency and regu- ligated to us in any way whatever, if John Beazley &c. Pursuant to a" judgement rendered larity, for a reasonable length of you accept our offer. Could anything cleansing, hen m at the June Term 1012, the time. It is a scientific, more fair for you? Is there any uiv'ersijrnod Commissioner will sell at antiseptic, germicidal preparation, be jiu if aut d n. before the court house that destroys microbes stimulates good reason why you should hesitate to put dooi in Laucasu'i. Kentucky, at 11 our claims to actual test? circulation around the hair roots, pro?n thereabout, The most scientific, common-sens- e motes hair nourishment, removes danAY. OCTOBER 28th, 1912. treatment is Rexall Orderlies, which druff and acts to restore hair health. iffWBI llu first day of the GarrarJ It is as pleasant to use as pure water, are eaten like candy. They are very Coiinty C urt term, the real estate pronounced, gentle and pleasant in delicately in itioned m the .ileadings and describ- and is necessity. perfumed. It is a real action and particularly agreeable in ed is follows to it;-l- n Garrard Coun- toilet way. They do not cause diarrty. Kentuek and in two tracts. We want you to try Rexall 93" every Beginning at a Hair Tonic with our promise that it hoea, nausea, flatulence griping or any Tract number one stake in middle of County road on the will cost you nothing unless you are inconvenience whatever. Rexall Orderheadwaters of Drakes Creek, corner to lies are particularly good for children, Moser toj perlectly satisfied with its use. It aged and delicate persons. tract of land soid by J. Henry Maret tract in line with ii. comes in two sizes, price 50c and $1.00. We urge you to try Rexall Orderlies Walker, thence with line of said Henry Remember, you can obtain Rexall at our risk. Two sizes, 10c. and 25c. 233 feet to a stakt?, thence a Remedies in Haret this community only at new line tunning parallel with said Remember, you can get Rexall Remeroad 342 feet to a stake in line with our store The Rexall Store. R. E. dies in this community only at our Robert Kavanaugh, thence with said McRoberts & Son. store The Rexall Store. R. E. McKavanaugh 2so ti a stake in middle of roswl corner to Kavanaugh and in line Roberts & Son. 311. jLoiti'oii to E. H. Walker, thence with middle of road corner to Kavainugh and in line to E. H. Walker tract, thence with sroKis. Mr. W. L. Giow sold to Mr. C. A. tntddle of road ni line with said Walker Arnold a bunch of hogs at 8 and Gicts 445 feet to the beginning, containing Mrs. Irene Preston is on tho sick 2J acres and known as the Thomas per lb. list. Bottom lot. Mr. Lowry Speaks sold a pair of Mr. Joe Turner sold some fat hogs Tract number two Beginning at the work mules to Mr. Bright of Boyle corner of Thomas Bottom in line to for 8 cts. Robert Kavanaugh, thence with his price $400. Mr. and Mrs. Lige McMillan visited line to John iMewland, thence from tt Mesdames Elizabeth and Wm. relatives in Broadhead last week. N.ewland line to Mattie Rout line, and Miss Sallie Barker are on a thence with lwr line to Henry Maret Harry and Edison Folger have been thence with Maret line to Bottom visit to relatives at Lowell. line; the guest of their grandparents Mr. line to the beginning, containing 11 Mr. Johnny Dolin and Miss Ethil and Mrs. C. M. Moberly. acres. Said described tracts were con- Eason drove to Lancaster Thursday veyed to John Beazley by deed recordMrs. Fannie Moberly and mother and were united in marriage. ed! n the Garrard county clerks ofiice in of Knoxville, Tenn, have been the reDeed Book 24 page 33. Mrs. A. S. Dean and son Irvin have cent guest of Mrs. Nannie Moberly. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy V. H. Furr against John returned from a visit to her son Mr. a debt of Beazley amounting to dav of sale to Harvey Dean at Clinton. 111. -, the sum of M!.:;.- and $80.00 the esMr. Orbin Thompson and sister Miss No More Gray Or Faded timated cost of the action for which Jean who have been quite sick with judgement has been l'endered. typhoid fever are much improved. TERMS. Women and men who use PARISIAN Charles the little son of Mr. and Mrs. The sale will lie made on a credit of Job Alarsee who underwent an opera- Sage can be sure their hair will never si: months and the purchaser will be mjuiml to execute und with approved tion for appendicitis at the Danville turn gray. price due in Hospital last Tuetday is doing nicely. surety for PARISIAN Sage will preserve the six months, hearing interest at the natural color of the hair; stop it from rate of six per cent annum from date Mr. and Airs. E. D. Lawson of becoming faded and lifeless, and by until paid having the foice and elfect Ravenwood Mo. who were called here of a judgment upon which execution by the illness of her mother Mrs. Lucy nourishing the hair root give to the hair mav issue, payable to W. H. Brown, a lustre and radiance that compels adI1.C. G. C. C and a lien will be re- Montgomery are with relatives here. miration. tained upon the property until all the Misses Ollie V. Crawford, Cora PARISIAN Sage stops falling hair; purchase money is paid. The land wil Langdon and Blanch Stone accompanied banishes dandrulf; makes the scalp be sold as a whole. by Messrs Irvin Dean Harry Stone and W. H, BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. Speed Rains were guests of Miss Hat-ti- e clean and free from itchiness and promotes a growth of heavy hair. G. C. Walker, and H. Clay KuulTman Duncan near Buena Vista Sunday. Large bottle 50 cents at dealers everyAuv' For Pllf. Mr. Win. Rains aged G7 years died where. Sold by' R. E, McRoberts & at his home in Jessamine Co. Oct 10th, Son on money back if dissatisfied plan. of dropsy, he had long been a member of the church at this place, and until On Pennsylvania Farm. three years ago had been a resident Here is one of the stories, says the here. Interment in the Mt. Hebror Vmericus Greeting, from the old man's Cemetery. He is survived by three sons ow in front of the barber shop: One Ilarod who is in the army R. H. ol nan said back in Pennsylvania they Florida and U. G. of Jessamine much 'armed the land where the hills were io steep that when they planted potasympathy is extended them. Garrard Circuit court. Again has our hearts been saddened toes one man had to hold them in a another" man covered Wm. Ray, et al. Plaintiffs, by the reaper death, who thrust in his furrow while them up. When they dug them in the VS. sickle and took from our midst one fall they were simply allowed to roll Defendant. whom all loved. Mrs. Lucy Childers to the bottom of the hill before any Stella Ford Ray, Pursuant to a judgement rendered Montgomery aged 70 after two weeks attempt was made to pick them up. herein at the June Term, 1912, the suffering departed this life Sunday undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction, before the Court House evening at G o'clock Oct 13th. She WHY IT SUCCEEDS Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock had been a member of the Baptist A. M. or thereabouts on church over 40 years, was the mother cf 13 children 8 of whom survive she Because It's for One Thing Only, and MONDAY, OCTOBER 2Sth, 1912. alao leaves a brother, one sister and a Lancaster People "Appreciate This it being the first day of a Gairard number of grand children. May they Connty Court term, the te; ttate mentioned in the pleadings ahii des- through their sorrow be able to say ' "The Lord giveh and the Lord taketh Nothing can be good for everything. cribed as follows, to wit: Doing one thing well brings success In Garrard County Kentucky on the away blessed be the name of the Lord. Buckeye turnpike rouu near the post conducted at Doan's Kidney Pills are for one thing Funeral services were office of Buckeye, and is hounded by Rev. J. W. Mahan, inter- only. the lands of John Brown, Linsey Ray the home by For weak and disotdered kidneys. and Dr. J. S. Gilbert, and contains ment in the family cemetery. The enHere is reliable evidence of their about 13 acres and some poles. tire community extend sympathy to . The purpose of this sale is to satisfy the family. worth. a debt of Margaiet L. Marksbury, Mrs. A. Camden, Rowland, Ky.,says debt and interest amounting to date of "At the time I began using Doan's and estimated cost of the Stomach sale $524.25, Kidney Pills about two years ago I was action $100 00, and for a distribution of Nothing Unless Cured the remaining proceeds among the parsuffering intensely from kidney comties entitled to receive same for which When I stooped I 'could hardly judgment has been rendered in the A Postal will bring Trial Treatment and a plaint. straighten unless someone gave me asabove styled action. History of Famous People. sistance. Dark spots often"' floated be-TERMS: This sale will he made on fore my eyes and my head, pained me a credit .of 6 and 12 months and the MI-- 0 purchaser will be required to execute NA Stomach Tablets surely do until I wag almost cra?y. A neighbor bonds with approved security for the end all indigestion and stomach misery tola me about Doan's Sidney Pills and purchase price due in six and twelve months bearing interest at the rate of and to prove it we will send, a treat- I go a box- - I took thorn according to sjx per cent per annum from date until ment, an interesting booklet, and tell directions and they helped me frpm the paid, haying the force and effect of a you exactiy hoY ts banish all stomach first. MY system is now as free frpm judgment upon which execution may trouble and put your stomach in fine Hdnpv p'nmnlaint as if 1 had nevpr hai r L Issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit shape or not a cent to pay. Just say it. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts. Court, and a lien will be reserved upon on a postal or in a letter 'Send me n all the property sold until all the pur-- 1 free trial treatment of Co., Buffalo, New York j and chase money is paid. you will never be sorry address sole agents for the United States. Buffalo, N. Y. R. E. Remember the name Doan's and W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. Booth's ' ake no other. McRoberts & Son guarantees them. R. H. Tom'.aison Atly. . -- Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. FOR FALLING HAIR Ydi Run Ko Risk When Remedy. You Use This Our Reputation And Money Is Back PECULIAR CONDUCT OF POLLY'S QUEER VISITOR Of This Offer. i. t. shivered under the sheets and at 4 o'clock when the eastern sky was a laint yellow and the birds were singing in the tall locusts she turned her face to the wall and slept for ten delicious minutes. The screeching of the pump chain at the back door brought her trembling to the floor and she tiptoed to the window and looked out, her eyes heavy with weariness. Before the pump stood a tall young man clad in spotless white yachting clothes. His fair hair was guiltless of covering. He was drinking water from a bright tin dipper. Polly watched him with bated breath as one watches an apparition, expecting it to vanish in thin air. But he did not vanish. Polly raised the window a few cau-- 1 tious inches and spoke gruffly. "Do you want anything?" she inquired inhospitably. The stranger turned a pair of, very blue eyes toward her. It was evident that ho could not see her, but he stared at the shutter. "Yes," he replied deliberately, "you may bring me half a cup of tea, half a cup of coffee and a few waffles." "Is that all?" murmured Polly meekly. "And make sun-burne- df irt, anchored In tne hay below. 3Ir. Amory had been suffering from sunstroke and had eluded his watchers and left the vessel in the night. By CLAUDINE SISSON. , Two weeks later, long after Mr. and Mrs. Witham had returned home, All night long Polly Witham had Paul Amoryf Quite recovered from his nder ' m illness, took his departure. "Miss Polly," said Amory, "since I've been convalescent, I've been remembering some funny things that happened before you befriended me z that morning." "Yes?" asked Polly, blushing a little. J "You are the fair waffler?" he smiled down at her. "I am the waffler," admitted Polly solemnly. "And the half cups 23SaSS?SS3S?SS? n mB:&&M&& (10:GEB0IQMB WflP- WllliPK B a HUH nsf vtis I With Me and I Will Get I vw.' THE BUYER. I am in communication with several parties were you not frightened?" "I was and yet It was funny, too." , "Well I wonder if you'll forgive men for all the trouble I've caused you and if you will let me return some day for the other half cups? His hand closed over her small one. "I hope you will," faltered Polly. Flowers and Facts. There is an Indianapolis attorney who is known for hisdignity and whe ra.-elindulges in "flowery" oratory in arguing a case. Some years ago, however, he was engaged In a mur-der case in which the guilt of the pris-oner was apparent, and the lawyer's! friends advised him to be "flowery" in an effort to appeal to the sentiment of the jurors. So the attorney took nis friends' advice. "Down in the hills of old Kentucky stands a little cottage," he began "Around the cottage vines are clinging and in the doorway stands a mother waiting The lawyer paused and his face turned red. "And while she is standing there waiting." he continued, "I guess we might as well discuss the facta In this case." Indianapolis News. y j 1 in the mountains who want good farms and I will be glad to show your farm to them. T I v .DdiiCYadii(;dbier,JkY s( M m 2l B JUL i j A good farm 2J4 miles from Lancaster, on pike, well improved. 105 acres and will sell cheap. On-sto- Hair. Commissioner ' s Sale Of Land. I Sufferers Pay '- : ! MI-6-N- A Foster-Milbur- Mi-o-Ti- a, Philanthropic Penology. "What is that open-ai- r structure you have inclosed with mosquito netting?" window. "That," replied Farmer Corntossel, "is "Your breakfast is ready on the our village jail." "But you want iron back porch," announced Polly through bars for a jail?" "Not here. Anya crack of the window. body we put in there will be so thank"Thank you," he said alertly, and ful to get away from the mosquitoes hurried down the steps. that he wouldn't think of leaving." He stopped short at sight of the breakfast tray and shook his head. Make Little of Life's Ills. Then he grasped the coffee cup and To be poor is not always pleasant, contents upon the poured half its things than that happen at He repeated the operation but worse ground. down sea. Small shoes are apt to pinch, with the tea cup. Then he sat not If you have a small foot; if on the steps and proceeded to con- but we have little means it will bo well sume the waffles, drinking first a to have little desires. Poverty is no swallow of tea and then a swallow of shame, but being discontented with it coffee. Suddenly he leaped to his Is. Charles H. Spurgeon. feet, swept his cap off and addressed the kitchen door: "Farewell, fair waffler!" he ejaculated, and stalked away. ; Polly Witham watched until his tall 'form had disappeared down a wooded road that led to the village. Then she sat down fm the floor and alternately laughed and cried. If weak, you need Cardul Later in the morning she drove her As the woman's tonic Cardui little car down to the postoffice. she passed the livery stable shet nois made from gentle herbs, ticed that the newly washed carriages acts in a natural manner, 'were ranged along the curbstone. ' and has no bad. results, as On the front seat o'f a horseless surrey sat her visitor of "the mornsome of the strong drugs ing, a rose in his lapel.' A'laprobe sometimes used, Asamed-irAe- ja was carefully spread over his knees tonic-f- or weak, and he was sitting very straight' and staring right over the heads, of tlie, tired worn-o- ut women, indignant liveryman and, the village, Cardui has been a popular constable. success for over 50 yeats The constable rjibbed his ear wth. 'a polished! stick of. authority. "qrae down outer there young feller' he E57 rasped. The, stranger, smiled patronizingly. "My good, man, be good enough to Take bring me half a cup of tea and half a cup ofcoftee," he said. As the words died on his liB9 the stranger's face, grjy paie s.a4 'gaupt Tonic His head; drooped and' le crumpled dowr. on tne sea,t. Mrs. Lula Walden, of "Ah I" cried, impulsive Polly, as the Gramlin, S. G, followed little crowd of onlookers held hack this advice. Read her, tetfrom, assisting the stricken man. ter: "I was so, weak, "Can't you see that he is ill? Help him Into my car, constable he's a(i when I first began to take friend of ours," she lied. Cardui that it tired me to In a few moidents Pplly was, racing toward home wth the constable supwalk just a little. Iow, I porting the unconscious man in the can do all the general seat beside her. housework, for a family of Late that afternoon a littlo, party- et 9.'?' Try Cardui for your yachtsmen called at the Witham home and inquired for Polly's invalid,! troubles. It may; i& the who had regained consciousness only very remedy yo need. to sink into a deep slumber. They ex; .plained to- Polly that the stranger waa. Paul Amory. owner of the yacaUSea- hand toward her. waving a ' Polly locked the window and hastened to the kitchen which was a dark and deserted as any kitchen would be at 4:30 on a June morning with mistress and maids away from home. Polly made a hot fire of pine kindlings, set on the waffle iron to heat, filled the tea kettle, and ran upstairs to dress. Her only thought was to feed and get rid of the queerly behaved stranger on the front porch. Presently she groped her way through the smoke filled kitchen with a tray containing crisp waffles and butter, a cup of tea and a cup of coffee with the necessary sugar and cream. Cautiously she opened the back door and placed the tray on the bench outside. Then she the door and hastened to the front d haste, please," he added, SK&(0&0r00&e"0:0s mhm L0fgm S)'G8CX . I I m m Wf J J, I -- ,, ,, . - gray-haire- d Made First 40 Years Ago Been First Ever Since wy.ctaraCTBsrgggcsa That's the history and the record on which has been established the priceless reputation of J have subscribed $55,500 for the purpose of prosecuting for fraudulent use the word "Sheffield" abroad. Organize to Protect Name. 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SCIENCE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N SOPE Yest Broadway Louisville, Kentucky CARDUI The Woman's I NO T I CE The Central Record. . , - Come in Monday, Court Day, and pay up your subscription to the RECORD as we are compelled to stop all papers that are not paid up by November 15th. - - a. -- Mi& ' i &. - T- vVVi r - y - ,.3 fff!TLJflti& , ; i. $js& o v am. . Wxe Write Anv Kind of JEANETTE'S WORRY OVER A INSURANCE Office at National Bank. I HER HUSBAND'S CAREER Jeanette walked slowly up the path with an open letter Jn her hand and a puzzled frown on her pretty brow. Catching sight of me as I sat shaded by the honeysuckle that grew over the end of the porch, she smilingly said: "Oh, Cousin Bess, I'm so glad you are home. What can I do to help Jimmie with his career?" "Goodness, child, what a question! And how thoughtless of you to spring such a ponderous one on me this hot day." "I'll help you pare those peaches, even If the fuzz does make my blood run cold, if you will only tell me how to help Jimmie. His mother has written that she 'hopes I will have the ' proper consideration for my husband's progession and will help him with his career.' If you were a young wife, Cousin Bess, wouldn't that stagger you?' "Indeed would it. Walt a moment till I get you a paring knife and an apron, and we will see what we can do about it. I must get this basket of peaches ready to preserve before lunch time. Company coming to tea." Settled again at work, I told Jeanette that the best way she could help Jimmie with his career was by serving STOP SCALP ITCH WELL DEVELOPED SUMMER LOVE AFFAIR Dandruff and Every Form of Scalp No 3. Dis- BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office "My sister Chryssie did more than disapprove of the whole affair," said the elder Miss Simpson. "Disapprove is too mild a word. , She simply boiled over and started to pack" her trunks. Then she unpacked them because, she said, she'' could not in Justice to the family name leave me at the hotel ht ease Cured Quick by Zemo. over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. simply wonderful how Zemo goes after dandruff. You rub a little of it in with the tips of the fingers. It gets right down into the glands, stimulates them, stops the itch, and makes the head feel fine. No, it isn't sticky! Zemo is a fine, clear, vanishing liquid. "Chryssie is thirty-six- , I am thirty-eig- You don't have to even wash your and neither of us ever had a hands after using Zemo. And what a chaperon in our lives so I think it wonder it is for eczema, rash, pimples was nothing but sheer curiosity that and all skin afflictons. A trial made her remain at the summer reto see what bottle at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Drug sort with me. She wanted I would do with Hendricks White. Store, is guaranteed to stop any skin is 25-ce- nt It 8 RP! V1 TMUPPfl 1 1 I COM PAN V. I Loose Leaf Warehouse AT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. ! THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50A000. Surplus $30,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. J. E. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Stormes, "i YTVSTfoar'g; S3rfITl&.r&.&&'m.&r B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1883. B. Jfmml. I P PI e Citizens JNational Jbank OF LANCASTER, KY. m . CAPITAL, $50,000. I W. SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. .him. "Good gracious, you don't expect me to fetch and carry for him, do you? I'm not his office boy." "No, dear, you are not; but ydu can serve Jimmie quite vell at home, being his own loving litle wife." "Oh," breathed Jeanette. "For example, although it may seem a trifling matter to you, you can help his career by studying his digestion i When you have discovered what he likes and what diet suits him best, learn to cook his meals, so that you can instruct any new cook you may have how to prepare and serve them to please him best. "To look after Jimmie's physical a health means a great deal of care and attention, but to worry him about putting on rubbers and taking an umbrella if it threatens rain and to be Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs iH J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. mmL ILatAREHREPROOF ir.inwi D $m, "'KWBKj I Storm proof, too, because they interlock end overlap in such a way that the finest drivi !ng snow or rain cannot sift under them. Best roof for country buildings, because they're safe from all tho elements. incy 11 lxt as long cs ths building, and never need repairs. Apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia T 40,000 Bnrfey Tobacco Growers Stockholders in Strater Bros Branch Factory Here are ten brands of tobacco. All of you know their worth, for you supply the leaf. It comes from your own tobacco farms. Most of you smoke or chew one of these brands, for they represent the cream of your crops. You know of none better, none richer, and you know that each sale brings a profit to you. You are partners in each of these brands. Here's a way to increase your profits on each. 40,000 Partner-Salesme- n more salesmen and you, 31r. Grower, are one tnat we want. We want you to work with us, to help sell these brands, and thus increase your revenue from them. Your cooperation, individually. can result in gigantic sales. Here's how it works out. "We want 40,000 Let Each Man Tell Ten Friends Let" each ot you growers tell ten friends what you know of Strater Bros.' Branch Brands, the brands for which you grow the leaf. Always keep one of these brands in your pocket and give to these friends to try, Explain that the leaves were the pick ot your crop and that no better crops are grown. Point out the reasons why thee brands of tobacco should be every smoker's and hewer's choice since it is your choicest growth. 40.000 men, each telling ten friends, .will thus get a powerful to nearly 400.000. If each of those friends tell rive others, nearly 2.000,000 men are affected. Think what an increase it his would make on these brands in one section. You are selling to us. Vie ar.e sejlmg to them. So let us work jointly to sell the utmost that we can. . sales-messag- e Tell Dealers, Too brands, what you know of their quality. Let them know of their nation-widpopularity, how they repeat, and how they make friends of consumers. e ' Tell dealers, too, when you buy these BE A BOOSTER OF BURLEY CROW-ER- S BRANDS, thiu boosting the tale and your profits. TO ALL DEALERS WHQ SELL TOBACCO These brands ot tobacco are famous sellers as all who sell them know. They are made from the best, from the cream of the crops, from forty thousand farms. They form the greatest repeaters known, a steady source of profit. Put them into your stock for a trial and fee what they do. For Smokine-COLDForChewin-INDEX-EN BY You will sell them for years If you sell them one week. CLOW-PEN- POST-FU- LL NY PAY. -- DAY'S WORK -- ON THE JOE TWIST-C- UP NATURAL LEAF. .STRATER BROS. TQ0ACCO COMPANY BRANCH BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. (3) u as well as the present-You don't always .expect to have a small business. Then prepare yourself for ajbigone-Opean account at the QarjiardBank & Trust Co., aqd get .used doing business as big business is done Besides an .aqoount 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? n -- nifrjsSfe. Look To 9ig Future gasped for breath. "It was when we landed that seemed finally to remember me. laid one hand on my shoulder everybody at the hotel was inside at din and" you "No, won't! I'm talking about nerand he did not glare. 'Melanle,' baseball!" Cousin Bess."' he said, sharply, 'I want you to marry me! If you'd so much as opened your Hardly Fair. mouth to make a suggestion during How He felt About It. "All's fair in love and war, you There was one man in Indianapolis those two horrible miles I'd have know," she said after she had refused this week," who' vc'ould appreciate the dropped you overboard, but as it is to let him have the kiss she had promposition of the man in the musical I love you desperately';,' ised him if he would get passes for "That was why Ctijfyssle stayed on her and her mother to attend the mat.comedy, "A Modern Eve," who is the x to see if I really wa going to ac- inee. d husband of a suffragette. Whether th.e understanding one is a cept Hendricks' proposal. She is up"Oh, yes;' he replied, "but this isn't resident of fhe'eity or whether he is stairs now with a bottle of smelling war,'"and thefaVn6"love about' It, is ipna of the stte fair visitors remains salts because I haye jus told her that there?" ': U mystery, bu he' is not in sympathy I am." Chicago' Daily' News. L: i.wjtb. the suffrage leader depicted in HE KNEW. &he play. Ha was a diminutive perCrisfield' Importance. sonage with ong, flowing whiskers The collector of the port of CriBfield, ;and a yery ine'ek "countenance. Md., asserts tha ' that pface Is the Tbo.husbajid,' vwho was dominated first port in the pjnfted! States by bis wife, had summoned sufficient in the number of vessels regiscourage U) epeak'4f"the' matter. His tered. These vssejj) however, inInarratlve of his troubles ended with clude a large nunibeVof' craft desigthe lines, "Npw, I am tired of this, I nated as "bugeyes pungies, cunners :am going to assert myself." and bateaus," sg 'ha jthe port's ton-- , The nudienc9 applauded and the nage is not large. ' Crisfield is also .sniall nin xwa.8 especially elated. "Bul-ly,- " described as th"ie" greatest hard and he cried! The .exclamation brought soft shell crab 'jparket In the world, .forth more applause than the lines. and as the center of the Chesapeake "' Indianapolis News.' bay oyster industry. hen-pecke- continually fussing over him is a great mistake. "Have the raincoat, umbrella and rubbers ready in the hall rack wher you think he needs them. He will naturally make use of them without your having to say a word. "Have the suit of clothes necessary for a change laid out for him and a sandwich, with a cup of hot broth waiting for him if he Is forced to work late at the office. "Silence is a wonderful help to a tired man. All the little attentions tc his physical comfort can be adminis tered without any great flow of words and a cup of beef tea placed silentlj beside him on his desk when he works at home will be more appreciated' than if you spent twenty minutes in trying to persuade him to drink it "Save him from wasting time in interviewing troublesome callers. Of fer to write his letters for him, espe cially those of a social nature, and business ones, too, if he will let you "Never trouble him with domestic worries. Let him think that the household runs as if on oiled wheels that scarcely ever creak. That means but practice It. "Learn to wear a Bmiling face, even if disaster threatens. "You will often feel like crying with impatience when vexatious problems must be faced and cruel disap pointments forgotten, but If you make up your mind to exert your self-cotrol you will be able to smile and smile and smile. "Don't let Jimmie be distressed and depressed by the sight of your tears "Remember there are two kinds ol women the one who takes the heart out of a man and the one who puts it back. The successful wife must be the one who restores the heart and energy to her husband when the fight against obstacles has been fierce and exhausting. "Jimmie loves to play bridge and you loathe cards. Learn how to play and help him to enjoy that harmless recreation when he is worn with work "Do not allow a disparity of tastes and sympathies. Interest yourself in Jimmie's hobbies as well as in his actual profession." "But, Cousin Bess, his career. How can I help with his career?" "Just by these little things. Don't you see, dear, that by Just smoothing out the rough places for him will give Jimmie more time and uninter rupted thought to give to the building jof his own career? "There, the peaches are all pared Don't they look delicious? I will give you a Jar when they are done. Thanh you for helping me, dear." "Thank you' "for "helping me, deai self-denia- l, n Chryssie has got tolerably used this summer to seeing me mixed up in other people's love affairs because they were always conliding in me or begging me to help them out but It was rather a staggering blow to her when I produced a well developed love affair of my own. "You would have thought It was a case of smallpox from her general attitude. She conquered her shock and repugnance only by heroic and will power. There is something magnificent about the way Chryssie endures the presence of masculine beings on this earth. She disliked Hendricks White the instant he walked into the dining room. Hendricks is an old bachelor in the forties and a successful lawyer who barks at a jury and is used to seeing it wilt before his eyes, so he has rather got into the habit of expecting everybody else to Jump like the Juries. "What attracted me to him was the fact that he seemed to.know Instantly what he wanted, whether it was the choice of an ear of corn-oan oar, and because he positively snorted in wrath when Libby Knox started to coo over him. Libby is a young woman of uncertain age who coos over every unattached man she sees. The general run of men like it, even if they say they don't but she never tried it on Hendricks a second time. After his escape from her he planted himself on the other end of the porch settee that I was occupying and breathed hard as he glared at me. He knew I had seen the episode. Finally I laid down my work and laughed. I couldn't help it. A sort of harassed, tangled grin crept over his face. 'Here,' he hissed at me, 'why i3 a woman, anyhow? That Is, some women?' "'A makeshift of nature to fill up vacant space,' I told him, promptly. 'I got that figured out a long time ago!' "After that we were great friends. And one day I went sailing with him in a. little catboat that he had rented. Chryssie said the idea of any man over twenty going sailing was pitiful. But I've decided that the best way to have a good time in this world is to take things the minute they present themselves and I bribed the waiter at the hotel to put up Bome sandwiches and other things for me and took along a book and a bottle of ginger ale. "An hour later, when I produced my little hamper and began unpacking things Hendricks said: 'You're the most sensible woman I ever met! I was just hating the idea of having to go back to the hotel for lunch on a day like this with a breeze just right Any other woman would have thought of frills instead of sandwiches!' "'H'm! I murmured, argumentative-ly- . 'Speaking of frills' "Hendricks paused with his mouth full of sandwich to glare at me. 'They're all right,' he admitted. 'I don't see why all women can't wear white lawn dresses with drawn-worlike that. But you always do look just self-sacrifi- 53 irritation. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis Mo., and is regularly sold by druggists at $1 a bottle. But to prove what it will do at trifling expense, Zemo is now put up in trial bottles. i . 25-ce- nt Plenty of floor space, 608 feet by 120 feet. Plenty of shed room for wagons. Box stalls for your horses. All modern conveniences. Highest price for your tobacco. Now Comes the Golf Faker. A ball played by a golfer at Weston. super-Mar- e struck a skylark, so we read, and cut the bird's head off. You should hear us tell our story of the golf ball which stuck In a bird's beak in the middle of its flight. The bird flew off with the ball to. its nest. Fordon dtlobe. First Sale Tuesday, Nov., ! 19th, 1912. Come to see us. ! i tunately for the player, the bird had made its nest in the next hole. Lon- ; HIGH-O-M- E. Mwi&0;M0?i r$mMimMmm jwjmrw,..-,',.. JoD. CLARK, Manager r That's the Proper Way io Pronounce HYOMEI, the Famous Catarrh Remedy Made from Australian and! Other An Eucalyptus tiseptics-Jus- t Breathe It. IT BANISHES CATARRH R. E. McRoberts & Son is authorized to refund purchase price to any dissatisfied customer. Complete outfit, $1.00; extra bottle, 50c. Ism Office m WITH . ISA Lancaster, Kentucky. F. P. Citizens National Eank. FRISBIE. Where She Went. Mater (at the Alpine resort) We're back again, count; we've had a splendid day; we've been up the mountain, you know. Count Ah, you English mothers, you are always as young as your daughters. Mater You flatter me, count; it was only my girls who climbed. I went up in the vernacular. Punch. Saved By His Wife. mmmmSBm s?k( w Wl bb mm rawn Tungsten LftMPS. I ELE0TR16 light. i P S 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. 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" 'That's a book I've wanted to read all summer, he barked. 'You read out loud and I'll keep the boat headed. Say, positively, I could grow quite fond of you, Miss Simpson, and I'm not partial to women, either.' "We had a lovely afternoon and when we started to sail back to the hotel we were surprised to find that the wind had died out completely. So we had to pole in. This process consists of standing in the stern of the boat and twisting one oar around In the water as though you were getting ready to wring it out and it is war rant to lay a strong man low in half a mile. Hendricks did two miles of it and I sat there and kept still while he growled and mopped his face and Growth of the Game. "Baseball is adopting many innovations." "What now?" "In addition to nine men playing ball, it is now considered necessary to have a couple of comedians in uniform on the side lines." "What for?" "To detract the attention of opposing players." "Um. If that's the trend we'll soon have a female sextet" The Retort Vegetarian. "Carrots! bawled Fine!" the huckster. "How many carats fine?" queried the seedy looking chap sitting on the curbstone. "Twenty-fou- r to the two dozen, you dead beet," promptly answered the huskster, an enterprising sophomore who was engaged in demonstrating that there is more than one way to earn your college tuition. NT Your 1912 r' Hasty Influence. Bob, if we're going to see a ball game tomorrow I want to know a lot more about the game than I do. Tell me some of the fine points of it." he "All right, Myrtle; I'll begin with He what's called the squeeze play, TAXES are now past due. Please call and settle same at onee Y ajd thus save further cost and trouble. Sares Leg Of Boy. t ? Stop That Itch! I will guarantee 70a ejsoadst " "It seemed thatr my lose-hi- 14-year old boy ln. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company would have to leg, on account of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad bruise, V The Preacheir Kind deeds and No remedy .that I have .ever sold for wrote D. F. Howard, Aquone, N. C. The Conductor Bad money' should of the skin .has given morevthdr'bugh. "All remedies and doqtors treatment be passed on. satisfaction .than the t ot. f u. D.D. Prescription lor Eczema failed till we tried Bucklen's Arniw jjue "jeinV t Salve, and cured him with one box.',' 2 guarantee this remedy. The candidate now slyly Jaughs, Tuts his silk 'hat away. Cures burns, Cboils, skin eruptions", And blossoms out In photographs " Beside a load, of hair... R. E, MRoberts & Son. piles. 25c at.R. Ei 'McRoberts & Son. to stop that itch ia twt ..' " 1 G. T. Ballard Sheriff Garrard County. V TVn.A )L$i 35s ck-'-- p ; Htcr JO & V .& on ment of Ob i ss it NOW ON EXHIBIT AT THIS STOEE Suit m . t i I h'.. 1." fc. 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Elkin was hostess of an Miss Lucile Spratt is at home after elaborate dinner at her south suburban a visit to Stanford friends. ri L K..3:yi YAM home, the A Brief Mention of the Comings ami guests being rrtry&wJxtr uwga Miss Jane Doty is visiting relatives rirt jmr Goings Ly Those 'h Arc Interested In. 5 her sister-in-laMrs. W. S. Elkin, of in Winsboro, South Carolina. Atlanta, and Mrs. E. C. Barnard, of r m j,7iiJ Mr. John Potts of Mt. Sterling visit Washington, D. C. Mr. Whalen of Paris visited Miss ed his sister Mrs. Davis Prather. The Mary Walker Price Chapter of Sara Daniels. Miss Annell Tomlinson is the guest the U. D. C. will meet Mrs. Thomas Ballard is visiting her of her aunt, Mrs. Ross Adams of Lex Monday afternoon in November, and parents at Moreland. all the members are urgently requestington. ed to be present as the election of Mr. W. F. Champ is recuperating at Dr. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta, is exfor the ensuing year will be Crab Orchard Springs. pected Saturday for a visit to Lancasheld. Lightest Draft Spreader Postmaster W. T. West has been a ter relatives. Roller Bearing Throughout. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Scrivener of recent sojourner in Louisville. Miss Margaret Arnold was at home Made. Let us show you its many good points before Kansas City arrived Monday for a short Miss Lou J. Grant is making a week's from Madison Institute for a visit of visit to the family of Mr. W T. West. several days. you buy. recuperative stay in Crab Orchard. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons, Mrs. Scrivener is a sister of Mr. West, j Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford has ana tms is tne nrst time ne Has seen Moral Suasion. Complete line of Heating and Cooking Stoves. Quick Mrs. E. P. Halley leaves this week been with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. her 20 years. in Mr. Scrivener is a J for her home in Newman, "I don't want oatmeal," screamed Lexington, Kentucky. California. William Hughes. Set of ware free. Meal Range, best on earth. relative of Judge Jame Benton of Win- the kid." Mr. and Mrs. Bob Long of Madison "You must have oatmeal," said the Mrs. Wilbur Morriss of Birmingham, chester The couple came to Kentucky have been the guests of Mrs. John Ross. to attend the International Christian father. Ala., is the guest of her niece Mrs. "Never force anything on a child Convention in Louisville. Mrs. James A. Royston is visiting Joe E. Robinson. like that," interposed uncle, who has I May Robmson.Cable of Danville, i Mrs. The Woman's club met yesterday theories. "Always give the child Mrs. Ed Walker and daughter. Miss a afternoon at 2:30 o'clock; Mrs. R. E. choice." Miss Mabel Clare Arnold of Paris is Mary Walker have returned from a K3v i " ... "All right," said father. "Now, kid, McRoberts, Leader of the literary deV ..i." M Wjga visiting her aunt, Miss Nannie Wh.-vi 1 visit to Louisville. partment presided in her usual dignifi 7ou can have oatmeal or you can have ii &&?&:&&& - -' yMrs. S. A. Walker and little daugh- ed manner opening a very interesting a clip on the jaw. Which is it?" ir- cvtHtTyvxTiirv ajEfefiV'ral? n .gnaElnUBlrfc 2 BtitLtlllanSIMl.'E ifigjg Mrs. Ben Kelley ,gpflsrs The child took the oatmeal. of upper Garrard ter Georgetta Owsley Walker are vis- discussion on 'The Old English Story 0 7 IrE has heen the truest of Mrs. William iting Richmond relatives. Teller", and being ably assisted by Bl CURE. Lear. Mrs. Ben Herndon and little son, Mesdames J. B. Kinnaird and Theortt Mr. J. Milton Elliott of Frankfort Ansel Robinson of Danville have been dore Curry; Mrs. J. E. Robinson made E3I the important suggestion that a "Hishas been with his brother, Dr. W. M. with Lancaster relatives. toric Department" be added as anothElliott. whether you are to USE a Flour made from Miss Nan Dunn of Danville visited er branch of the Club's varied avenues Mr. B. F. Hudson is numbered on the Miss Lena Bright and attended the of work. n sick list much no the regret of his many wedding. gi friends. One of the most pleasant events of Mr. John L. Anderson of Washingthe season was the musicale given at Mrs. Lucy Beazley of Lincoln county ton, D. C, has joined his wife here at or one made from Cheap Wheat with all 'la Kengarlan Hotel last Friday evening. has been visiting her brother, Mr. B. F. the home of Mrs. Arthusa Curry. It was the first meeting of the musical f Hudson. impurities. Our The many friends of Mrs. Pauline j department of Womans Club, and over Mrs. Mattie Duncan and Miss Jeanip Arnold will regret to learn of her se- nity memDers were present to Lackey were visitors in Danville on rious illness at a hospital in Richmond. the splendid program arranged byenjoy Mrs. last Saturday. Lewis L. Walker chairman of this deOffice Phone 31. Residence Phoni Messrs James N. Denny and T. J. partment. Miss Norma Elmore has been visiting Price Sr. were among the Lancastrians her aunt. Mrs. William Mills of who attended Boyle county court Lancaster is indeed fortunate to last Harrodsburg. claim as her own such sweet singers LANCASTER. KY. is made from pure WHEAT by Scientific MillMondav. as Mrs. J. W. Sweeney, Mrs. Leonard m Mrs. Margaret Lynn of Stanford has Mrs. J, W. Ryan left Monday for Miller and Mr. John M. ing. We have added a COAL YARD and can Farra and been the guest of her daughter, Mrs. her home in Enid Oklahoma after a such splendid talented musicians as John M. Mount. The Philosopher He who shuts his m weeks visit to her sister Mrs. J. M. Misses McRoberts and Welch. Miss sell you some of the best quality of Coals at eyes when it rains Miss Mamie Dickerson was at home Criscillis. Daniels of Pans favored the audience rS The Wise Chap Will miss the low Prices. Your orders are appreciated. from the Richmond Normal School for with several solos and added much to Mrs. Mattie Duncan was hostess of a visit of several days. of the occasion. Too an elegant dinner on Friday the e the pleasure wz E g fl being Mrs. W. S. Elkin of Atlan- much praise can not be awarded Prof. Their Mission. Mr Owen Mclntyre the clever editor My friend, pitch not into queer ones Ireland of Stanford who so kindly ta, Georgia. of the Danville Advocate was a visitor "With words of scornful sound; came over lo take part in the program, m in Lancaster on Saturday. Remember it Is oft the crank The Chautauqua Circle held it3 reguhis rich, enchanting, well trained voice That makes the world turn round. Rev. O. P. Bush has been holding a lar Wednesday afternoon session at was never more charming than when An Abandoned Story. series of meetings at the Locust Grove tne nome 01 Mrs. a: r. a name on he sang, "Way Down Upon Swanee MroMrell bMSIH gUraUMraififf i-iWater street. This is the story of Peleg Oatcake, church of Garrard caunty. River" by special request. who didn't talk dialect, Mr. and Mrs. Nathaniel Cotton of At the intermission Mrs. Walker a farmer Hustle, a New Yorker, and BOURBON REMEDY CO.. The Misses Walker have returned to John B. who Lexington. Ky. their home in this county, after a visit Kirksville, have been the recent guest served delicious ice cream in meringues didn't talk about Broadway all the Enclosed Snd photo of hos that was enred of at the homes of Messrs Samuel Cotton, fruit cake, and green and yellow mints. time, both types often met with in cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Remto Mrs. J. C. Hays of Stanford. edy. This hoc was almost dead before osine-thand W. J. Romans. The program was made up entirely of real life. medicine, and then was entirely Mrs. F. P. Frisbie and Misses Jane the "old songs we love" and as all bid But, pshaw! What's the use of cept loss of ears. tail. etc. The hog is cured, ex owned bj Mrs. King of Burgin who has been Mary Doty visited Mrs. W. C. and Jlr. Skiles Ewin?, of BowlintrGnen. Ky. He will be clad to eive you a testimonial, and visiting her sisters, Misses Sallie and the charming hostess good night they writing that kind of a story? Any Price of Danville on last Friday. Nobody would read it. cet several more f you want them. Martha Tillet left to be the guest of felt the old songs were sweetest and DRUG CO, i Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Herron and relatives in Lincoln county. best. Bowline Green. Ky No Doubt. children have been guests of Mr. Jerry You like from our "Last winter the girls wore coats Mr. and Mrs H. B. Arnold and Hooper and family of Parksville. made of blankets." children of Paris were the guests Sattimber piles. No need Mesdames S. D. Cochran and V. A. urday and Sunday of Mrs. S. D. Tur"I remember." Sold by HASELDON BROS. T I l "Now they are wearing hats made VOU'LI, FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. nave oeen on a visit to tneir sis- ner and mother Mrs. Bell Austin. to spend time in look of towels." ter. Mrs. W. S. Fish, of Stanford. "Well?" Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown and ing for good ones. Mrs. E. E. Daniel and daughter, Miss family of Lowell and Mrs. Josephine "I suppose tablecloths for shirtAnnie Mae Perkins were in Lexington Linehan of Livingston spent last week Every stick in the waists will be the next step." I last week to consult an optician. Desirable regidence to rent apply to MILLIONS OF DOLLARS with Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Spratt. pile is sound, seasonSensible. every year to poultry and hop S. G. Haselden. Mess'rs R. H. B atson and J. A. m raisers. Last year Mrs. Ed Perkins was hostess of a "Tour son's wife seems to he such thousands of able and straight. Beazley were sojourners in Louisville sumptous dinner at her home in Hill a sensible girl." Boarding house for rent. Mrs. Hallie Hogs Poultry the greater part of the past week. "She Is sensible. When his salary Court complimentary to Mesdamea B. Sweeney Bryantsville Ky. were saved from cholera and other diseases Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's was raised five dollars a week reduring the hot weather by the use of Mr and Mrs C. D. Dalton of Alex, Swope and Moberley of 'KnoxviUe, Lexington street residence for rent, cently she stubbornly declined to . why you should get the best which means getting them Wayne county, Ky., have been visiting Tenn. possession ov. 1912 S. G. Haselden. have their mode ot living changed so his brother, Mr Jim Dulton and wife -Mrs. Mollie Swope and Mrs. W A. here. that it would cost them $10 a week more." Misses Bettie Robinson, Susie Moberley and little daughter, Gladys, for Sale A Tsplendidly located counBrashear, Bettie West and Mrs. Ethel have returned to their home in Knoxr try store, one of best stand in county, Tta Grutest Cholera Preventive Kaewa . Stops It. ville, Tenn., af ter. a vjsit to, this, city stock about ?3, 000. all new and clean. Darnold spent the week in Louisville Prevents and euros "I wish you would stop that howland vicinityl the cholera, but don't Also comfortable new dwelling adjoin- ing baby of yours!" put it olT until they keel Mr. J. B. Conn was in Louisville and over. Give it to them "Why, the baby Is very popular In Mr. and Mrs. J. R. IJaselden, and ing. now mixed with food Noah Spainhower, attended the convention of the ' Grand the work it regulatesbowels, dis-the neighborhood." Mr. and Mrs. Parker Gregory cominsrs of the Point Leavell, Ky., Masonic Lodge which met in that city. "It is a nuisance! When it cries, I cholera and other srenns which set into the system posed a motoring party who visited with the food or drink. can't hear myself sing." Mrs. William Lear and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hall in Wincheso A Powder "That's why it's popular." oi- - Poultry Mesdames B. C. Rose and Y. Ross ter on last Sunday. and another for hoes, packed in (JvyfvT, Bastin were visitors in Lexington last metal cans, can't dry up. lose strength or spoil like others and Miss Georgia Dunn returned TueswQek. costs no more. It 13 all medicine day from the Christian Church Conand guaranteed too. How to Teli Mrs. Homer Tinsley and sister, Miss vention at Louisville and a visit to "For many years I was troubled, in Written to be understood and given free to lire stock owner, oar case illustrated book, by oar Estella Conn, have been on a visit to western Kentucky in interest of the spite of all remedies Iused. consaltinz Veterinarian, showing bnw to know and At last I found quick relief and cure showing how to cure diseases la Horses. Cattle. their brother Mr. Bristow Conn at Christian Union of the State. will guarantee yoa to stop that itch in twtf Sheep, bwine and Fool t it. together with over'U in those mild, yet thorough and I Remedies, including Danville. econdi. really wonderful -, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Robjnson are exHESORBIMC No remedy that I have ever sold for guaranteed remedy for Ring Bones. Our Mrs. W. Ross Burnside of Barbour-vill- e pected home the last of the week from Eczema, Psoriasis, and all other diseases Splints or any bony enlargements. of the skin has given more thorough, is the guest of her sisters, Mrs. their bridal trip, after a sojourn at THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. One.) satisfaction than the Baltimore, Md, U. S. A. Kirby and Misses Kate and Lillian Asheville, North Carolina, and other 0. D. D. Prescription for Eczema For j by Kinnaird. southern points of interest. guarantee this remedy. I C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Lancaster. Ky. Adolph Schinjeck, Buffalo, N.Y. Miss Mary Dalton of Hamilton ColMrs W. A. Speith of Louisville, wife Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. Ky. lege, Lexington spent Saturday and of the local tobacco, bryer, arrived 25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL nRllftRICTC Lancaster, R. E. MRoberts &. Son. Agents wanted in other towns. reagfeV out-of-to- i'f iiiiiiiBii i"S-. Gosste About People Vj N N ton's on Water street and will board at the Kengarlan. w. "Not guilty!" exclaimed the pris- - j "An OI can Drove it!" "That remjynB to be seen," observed the judge. "Whio." continued the prisoner in aggrieved tones, "when ibe man was robbed, yer worship, what could OI be doin in the house when Oi wasn't there at all at all, but was three doors down beyont the lamppost moinding the baby? Sure, eny one in the fctrate could have heard me singin away, for It's a moighty powerful voice Oi have, an' It's many a toime Oi've " "Stop stop," cried the judge angriGrowers of What we Sell. ly. "What on earth has your voice to do with it?" "He only means, your worship." ex- Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. plained Pat's counsel, smiling blandly, "that he can provo a lullaby." TREES es Phlox. Etc. Fruit & Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peonies. Ros lorn Co. Jf-f.! " -- J X ftpe ilS - . - -- & J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Clean, Wholesome Wheat Tinder-Robinso- I a a HERE'STHEHOG hon-ore- ij(5i iMiBHrgMffli sl fS0&St&00&H g0&iil&ktft&Pti!&ili Take Beam e Re-con JENKINS-SUBLET- T i . x J holera Posts W and 10-4-- 4t. $ Lancaster Lumber & Wk Co. Cal-SJn- w; o. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Constipation d Stop That Itch! GO Cal-SI- DR. KING'S Spa-i- ns NewLife Pills mmmFaaamamHfli''. ,. !., .:jsi c Hogwallow News. The hog pen is mightier sword. than the this year it has embraced almost every department that touches on human life, but upon investigation we find that we yet lack one thing, and so vital and important does that one thing seem to us now that we wonder that it was overlooked so long. I speak of the Historic Department. Now by the term. Historic Department, we do not mean to imply history in general, but rather local history the history of our own men and women who have lived among us and made a name for themselves, and those who have moved away and counted for something elsewhere in fact anything that has helped make history in the past and in the present we wish to collect and preserve for our own pleasure and profit and for the pleasure and profit of the generations to come. We know that Garrard County has contributed largely, perhaps more than any county in the state to affairs of the state and we have figured in national affairs. More than once we have furnished to the state her Chief Ex ecutive, our Chief Justice is said to have been the most brilliant that ever sat on the Supreme Bench; we have been well represented in the Halls of Congress, and are now ably represented in the Senate. At one time the Lancaster bar stood foremost in the state and y we claim as our own, physicians who rank high in the medical fraternities of the world, and we know that we have a war record of which we are justly proud. In fact it might be truly said of old Garrard that being in a quarrel she has always bourne herself "that the onnospd might beware of her." And so we feel that we owe it to the heroes of revolutionary fame who fought for their liberty that we might be free; we owe it to the sturdy pioneer, who, at the point of the arrow rescued this "dark and bloody ground" irom tne cruel and relentless savage and converted it from a wilderness into the "garden spot of the world." We owe it to the heroes of 1812, and we owe it to the heroes of Buena Vista; we owe it to the veterans of our civil war, many of whom have answered the roll call in the great beyond, few of whom are left and their heads are bowed with the snows of many winters; we owe it to the brave boys, who, under hair roached up and his shoes blacked fire and din of battle climbed San Juan in front. But the mystery was solved Hill and planted the flag of liberty of when the postmaster opened up the Moro Castle; and we owe it to th nn mail and found a letter from one of who, with the warrior blood of their Raz's lady friends who lives at a dis- sires stirring in their veins crossed the mighty deep and carried the stars and tance. stripes so far that the sun never sets Raz Barlow was on his way over to Some of those fiddle for a wedding the other night off our possessions. when he overtook a jug of something , boys returned, proudly bearing the T.nvinor Hmxm Vila trophies of war, in other homes was ootfinor nn it ghimn fiddle he tilted the jug up and took a heard no more "the old time step, the big swig of the contents, only to find glad return," come mothers sons lay that it was coal oil. Moral; Coal oil buried beneath the burning sands in may sometimes be found in a jug, but the tropical islands .of the seas, but licker is not often seen in a coal oil let us hope that .those soldier boys have gone to join jthe army of the great King can. ImmanueJ, and that they stand guard Cricket Hicks, who very often leaves at the pearly gates waiting tto receive Hogwallow to remain forever, and to the mothers who bojre jthem, and nouraccept a lucrative position elsewhere, ished them, and gave them to their but who always returns in a short time countrys cause. with the report that there is no place And so we feel that the object of like Hogwallow, is back again, after this department shall be "To collect working two weeks with a sorghum the fragments, that nothing be lost, mill in the Calf Ribs neighborhood. To show to the ages what liberty Tobe Moseley says the reason Cricket cost" always returns is that his left leg is shorter then the other, and wbejn he .starts out he can only travel in a circje. Fatal. Columbus Allsop made a hurry run to A Hutchinson man announces the Hogwallow the other morning after the discovery that pouring scalding: water officer and the deputy constable GO. chinch bugs will destroy them. Tom responded in his usual quick time still Cordrey inquires Jyt the man has extoeing a candidate. Columbus explained perimented by placing the chinch bug anvil and that he had been assaulted by some on an hammer. hitfjog if with a Kansas (JJjty Times. unknown person while he was passing under a hickory tree on Mnsket Ridge, .and had a bump on bis head as a result. Ihe deputy went to the scene and after onaking a close examination found that Colcratuis iiad been hit on the head by a UJLUIMN rAKUIEK if ailing hickory out. ten-year-o- ld to-da- Ellick Hellwanger went to church last Sunday, and all this week has been trying to get a tune off of his mind. The first thing most persons do when they sit down to write a letter is to ask what day of the month it is. The Postmaster has declared Monday a national holiday, as he has to haul up a lot of wood, and put up the stove pipe. Tobe Moseley says he once knew a man over near Rye Straw that used to pray far rain and then cuss when his roof leaked, The Tin Peddler has again been in our midst, and closed one important deal while here, by selling Jefferson Potlocks a wash pan. Tobe Moseley now keeps a lantern burning in his hen house all night, in order that the wild varmints that visit there can see the bait in the steel trap. Bat Smith, proprietor of the Musket Ridge moonshine stillhouse, will begin in a short time to make up a supply of licker for his Christmas trade. Yam Sims was among those who attended the show at Tickville last night, and the girl who sang illustrated her song by pointing at Yam. He will go again tonight. Little Fidity Flinders will soon be seen at church, he being old enough now to pay attention to the preacher instead of the more attractive things out the window. ''oke Eazley has gone into the feather business, and left yesterday for the Calf Ribs neighborhood to buy up a lot. The yield of feathers around Hogwallow is light this season. Ellick Hellwanger has bought himself a milk strainer to be used at the Stillhouse. He has been told that by straining his licker he can get the headaches out ot it. The Rye Straw storekeeper reports business improving at his place. He says he would have had a good trade this week if he had any of the things his customers called for. Washington Hocks has a tree of very nice persimmons in his front yard that will be ripe as soon as about one more falls. They look very mnch like the ones that were on there last year. While filling up his sack from a corn crib on Musket Ridge Tuesday night to assassinate someone attempted Columbus Allsop by firing at him. Suspicion rests on the ownea of the corn, and the depnty constable has been put on the case. The Deputy Constable, in heavy and complete disguise, went to Thunder- ation Wednesday night to arrest a church member who was charged with stealing a shoat. The officer wore his green whiskers and his disguish was so complete that Xhe guilty man would not believe he was an officer and refused to be arrested by him. Raz Barlow caused a good deal of wonderment around Hogwallow Thursday morning by coming to the postoffice with his new Sunday clothes on, his To throw the public further off the track he signed the name of Vox Pop-ul- i, another writer, to the article. Vox Populi used to write for the Tidings on the income tax and tariff question, but moved east where he could watch congress closer. Atlas handled his subject with such a skill that any one who has ever seen a road can easi iy tell what he means, and the reader only had to shut his eyes to see the road just as it was portrayed in the article. If given proper encouragement Atlas may become a contributor to some of the large magazines, as he will be at leisure during the winter SONO AY SCHOOLS ITUCKY Slats Convention Will Meet al Padiicah months. Historic Department. &BIT HUMS Very Romantic. OCTOBER 29 TO NOVEMBER 1. iaj POULTRY 1 MAKE PROFIT IN COCKERELS I wugiwuoOWw0 Neglected by Many Poultry Raisers When They May Be Made Profitable Fatten When Young. i$OOooooooooootaa H. CARDS. frOOOOOVOOOOO Wednesday afternoon the Woman's Club, in connection with its other work, introduced the Department of History, in behalf of which Mrs. Joe Robinson spoke as follows "Perhaps the Woman's Club has felt On :- Famous Musicians to Be Present. Among Noted Speakers Are W. C. Pearce, Rev. F. N. Palmer, Rev. W. Fred Long and Various State Leaders and Divines. Forty-."eventli y Annual ConvenThe Sunday School tion of the Keiitui-kThe young girl was greatly excited. Association will lie held in Patlticali 1. "I am told you once met the great Oct. The state executive composer, Rossini," she cried. committee has put forth every effort J "Yes," said the old man, "I met him to make this the greatest convention once." ever held in the state, and in forming "You met the great composer of the program has secured experts covering every department of Sunday William Tell?"' "The same." School endeavor. The pastor, the su "How grand! How very romantic! perinteinlent. the teacher, the pupil, the And would you please tell me what parent, all who are iu any way inter he had to say?" ested in building up a true citizenship "Well, he didn't have very much to for our state and who desire to say. He was eating spaghetti at the right influence come into the lives time, and you know that doesn't facil- of the boys ami girls, will And someitate conversation." thing helpful ai the various sessions and conferences of the convention. Wasting a Perfectly Good Fib. The music will Ie in charge of I'm An overdressed woman of a certain fessor K. O. Ktell of Chicago who age met an old acquaintance on the will have as his pianist I'rofo-sA. train. W. Itoper of Winona Lake. hid. These "And how are you, after all these two men led the musie at the World's years? Yes, this is my little girl, just Sunday School Convention in Washing years old." 4 29-No- v. lia-th- e or "Mother, look at his hat. You needn't flb; he's not the conductor." Har- The little girl turned, whispering: per's Bazar. Something to Be Guarded. "Shall I empty your waste basket?" asked the janitor. "It is brimful of corespondence." "No," answered the man who is combining politics with high finance. "Just hand .me my bonds and stock certificates and I'll stuff 'em in some pigeon hole so that you can lock the waste paper basket In the safe." Sweet Home Life. "What's the row across the way?" "Mrs. Whlffers Is changing her mind." (By R. G. WEATHERSTONE.) Too many poultry raisers neglect the cockerels, when In reality they may be made very proAtable. Many persons do not know what to do with them, and they grow up without much care and are marketed when in poor. NEAT LITTLE POULTRY HOUSE , condition. Cockerels ought to be separated Concrete Foundation Makes Building , from the pullets as soon as the sex Kat proot Both inside Partitions can be easily distinguished. Are of Wire. may be pretty closely confined if they are to be fattened for A neat poultry house is shown In market, and as they are of no other this plan. The house is 16 feet wide, use they should not be allowed to 24 feet long and 8 feet high, to the range, because this prevents the with a hallway in the center 4 ing on of faL feet wide, making each poultry room Feed them twice daily on a porridge 10 by 16 feet, writes W. A. Radford made of corn meal, four parts; middlings or cheap flour, two parts; beef Bcraps, one part, chopped very fine. This should be mixed with milk or water and should not be too sloppy, but just so it will drop from the end ttn HiCRttM. of a wooden spoon. L ovnj If any is left after feeding it should be removed and the feed dish thorm oughly cleaned and scalded. u u The birds should be kept as quiet as possible and given plenty of shade End Section. and clean water. When they are three months old in the Farmers Mall and Breeze. they will begin to grow very rapidly Dropping boards extend along the under outer sides the full width of the build- soon this method of feeding and are ready for the markeL Their ing, and they are high enough up flesh is firm, but not hard and dry as to leave scratching room underneath. The roosts are all on a level above those of the birds that are fed too the dropping boards. Rows of nest much dry grain. Many poultrymen use small coops boxes extend along the partitions, so containing four to six bird3 each, but the eggs may be gathered without going in among the hens. Feeding cockerels can be confined just as well troughs are set along the floor in the if confined in lots of say 50, with a floor space of about 50 square feet feed alley so the hens can reach They should have a lot large enough through for feed and water. The hack to give them some exercise, but not end of the alley is used for storage. too much. The time to fatten cockerels is when .. -'. they are young, because it costs less than when they are six or seven months old. Fattened at three or four o 5 months their flesh is of much superior o e HJ to attain , quality than when allowed meir growtn. z Hi k BOX FOR CATCHING CHICKENS K lay-eave- d. TINSLEY, store. County Surveyor. Office over F. G. Hurt s Lancaster. Kentucky Tno-cockerel- s bin n..x pi ivicr-iooert- ! s, of QUALITY. s. Howers . Lvvare 00600000 oooooe000064f J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. BLFi Will Practice in all State Courts anr U. S. District Court. Phone 194 Office over Police Court. Or. R. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Ofliice L at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky t 11 COME! COME! -- Who So Ever Will. Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. t v h: The Old Reliable Barber. i UP A HENRY DUNCAN Office Hourj Office over Floor Plan. makes the house rat proof. The concrete is covered aboat a foot deep with earth and the earth is supposed to be covered about a foot deep at all times A s Method Described With Frightening Whole Flock-Hafor Applying Powder. That Does Away ndy a,m to 12. 1p.m. to 4. Storaes Drug Store concrete foundation "I don't see why that should cause so much disturbance." "Well, the fact is, when Mrs. Whlffers changes her mind Mr. Whlffers is expected to follow suit. He's probably demurring this morning." NOT HIS FAULT. straw to secure ventilation without draft. This is helped by windows in each gable covered with thin cotton cloth. Twice during the winter season these strips are pulled down, the Btraw all taken out and fresh straw w. c. rEAIICE. with Btraw. Both inside partitions are wire and there are wire doors in these partitions opening ino the different apartments. Loose strips reach across from one plate to another and the space above these strips is filled with Catching grown fowls by hand or with a wire hook scares the flock. A catching box saves time and the other Phone 65. fowls are not frightened. The box can be made any size; 20 by 20 inches B. IF1. DENTIST. "Walter. Lancaster, Ky. lull I r E. W. Morrow, Graduate Opticiai Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guarantee!!. Chicken Catching Box. I ! ton, and also at the International Sunday School Convention at San Francis-do- . One of these lias been fittingly called the .music king" and the other the "piauo wizard." The International Association will be represented by Mr. W. C. Pearce of Chicago, who for many years has been at the head of the organized adult Bible class movement in America, lie will speak on such topics as "The What , and How of Teacher Training." "The i Adult Bible Class and its Meaning to OrBoarder (indignantly) I thought the World." "The Sunday School you said I could get a shower bath up ganized." "The Bible In Action." Mr. Pearce is a man of deep spiritual powhere! er and will help every one who has the Landlord So ye kin, mister, the fust time a shower cums up. Ye opportunity of hearing him. Dr. Palmer on Program. needn't hold me responsible fur the Rev. F. N. Palmer. D. D.. of Winona weather. Lake. Ind.. will have four period", of Hygienic. Bible study. Dr. Palmer will attend only a few conventions this year, and KenHe's apt to wake "With thoughts of gloom, tucky has been peculiarly fortunate in "Who slumbers In securing him at this time. A stuffy room. Rev. W. Fred Long, general secietary of the Mississippi Sunday School AssoWas Hard Luck. ciation, will be among the speakers and ''Well, how about it?" "Her father and mother .both ob- comes to pay a visit to his old home, as he is a Kentuckian and speut most Ject to me." of the years of his early manhood in vpard luck." ''Hard luck for fair. It's the first Paducah. He is now one of the most jthiog they have agreed on in years." successful Sunday School workers in One of his addresses will be i America. "The Boy Over Fool Hill." Wanted Less Speed. Kentucky Speakers. Countrymen (to motorist who lias given him a lift) Ypu hain't golnter Among the speakers from Kentucky pass the old cow, be you, mister? will be Judge C. C. Grassham of PaMotorist- - -- Yes. Why ? ducah. Hon. J. B. Weaver of LouisCountryman 01 be droivln' she in. ville, president of the state associater Taunton. Punch (London). tion; Ilev. George A. Joplin, general secretary of the state association; Hon. At the Party. Huston Quin of Louisville, chairman "Our host hasn't yet said a thing of the state executive committee; Rev. which had a punch in it." T. C. Gebauer of Henderson. Mr. W. J. "Oh, yes, he has. He said a while Vaughan of Louisa, and Miss Maude ago that the bowl was in the next L. Dance of Louisville, all field work-er- a xoom and to go help ourselves." of the state association; Miss Fran-- 1, II j ,,,, ' " in ' Front View. put in. This is done on a mild day when the fowls can be left out in the yard. MILK FED TO THE CHICKENS Liquid Contains All That Beef Scraps and Green Cut Bones Do, But In Diluted Form. The most successful poultrymen ' - ...inunntr .A.ix!I1 i 0 WWOMMMCOIIIM 0 099 OOOOQ OOOM04 Adas Peck Write Ajq Article, . Atlas Peck, of Hogwallow, who h&& been ia public life for many years past as of the Wild Onion school tiouse, bae all at once gained prominence in an unexpected direction. He has slipped through a crack of the jfenee surrounding the field of literature. His first literary product appeared is the last issue of the and there was such a for extra copies of the paper iten more copies wejre printed after the iforms had been .washed. The article 9ealg with the ,road .question and is (necessarily quite long co,uering all the flbad .places in the road .between and Bojusding Billows. jLike TOBwy writers who are timid at ;first Atlas iJidinot care to place himself in the direct rays of ithe , limelight of publicity, and in order io .completely cover up his identity as jthe author pf the article he disguised himself "heavily with long whiskers and green eve- goggles And wrote hebind .closed .doors. ez-nt- ee de-imand Hog-Wjillo- tbe saie of stock, grain and such things on turn, as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. Ho njwtlce will be accepted over four lines, and will be only iu two issues of the Becobd, free of charge (Space below this heading la for tne exclu-y- e .viae ,pf our farmer subscribers, aud is for Forty nfee stock hogs for sale. " w Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton miles East of Lancaster. Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels Small Eggs of Silkworm. Jamas G. Conn, WiJmore, Ky. D B Anderson A Log On The Track. H C Arnold The gg from which the silkworm W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, Fortunes In Faces. comes fs's,o' small that it takes one of the fast express means serious trouble Saves Leg 01 Boy. I have 22 two year old mules tn lof L H Brown G Y Conn hundred of them to weigh a grain. ahead if not removed, so does loss of so out to responsible parties. T W Conn J G Conn There's often much truth in the sty-in- g appetite. It means lack of vitality, old boy J. W. Palmer, Point Leavell. "It seemed that my Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. "her face is her fortune," but its loss of strength and nerve weakness. would have to lose his leg, on account J G Clark If appetite fails, take Electric Bitters Jor Sale 15 sheep for $50 00. Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett never said where pimples, skin erup- quickly to overcome the cause by toning of an ugly ulcer, caused by a bad bruise, " C S. H. Aldridge, Hyattayille, Ky. G Gay W K Leavell up the stomach and curing the tions, blotches, or other blemishes disJohn Boian indigestion. Michael Hessheimer of wrote D. F. Howard, Aquone, N. C. E Dunn Farm for rent at Mnropllna ir,r a ? " ID k figure it. Impure blood is back of them Lincoln, Neb. had been sick over three All remedies and doctors treatment E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath plyto;E.,C. McWhorter at Paint Lick lTOQ1a rni- oiv kAflnn n 1?lniftnA D.44nu all, and shows the need of Dr. King's fai,ed tH1 we Bucklen's ArmVa Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan " Ky. put him right on his feet again. They T. M. Arnold, Jr. New Life Pills. They promote health nave helped thousands. They eive Dure Salve, and cured him with nm hnr" J. W. Simpson S. C Henderson, v J. H. Posey. JEQR&AL- E- 12. ewes and .1 hiiMr S VN i ft Al J Ir.V BAr and beauty. Try them. 25 cents at blood, strong nerves, good digestion. ' HHJrMI Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts fil0?"3 burn3' boils- - sk,n eruptions, ' g. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw. J. .Geo.D. Robinson R. E. McRoberts & Son. 'piles. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. T. W. Bradshaw. R. L. Burton. oon. J. E. Robinson. 2 For Rent; My farmof,6 acres Practical Part. retary of the state association: Miss "Pallet tells me his work has been Nannie Lee Frayser of Louisville, so hung on the line." well known everywhere as a speaker "So has his wife's." of rajje ability. Walter Frazee. state "Does she paint, too?" superintendent of the Kentucky Bible "No; she takes in washing." School Association: .liev. Byron H. D. D., of the Southern Baptist Sufficient. Theological seminary. Louisville; Miss Stranger Could you help a poor Madeline Ileager of Louisville. Mrs. chap to send his wife to the country Agnes L. Eifort of Ashland. Mr. C. J. for a month? Nugent, Jr.. of Louisville, president of ABkit Is she sick? the Jefferson County Association, and Stranger No; but I am. many others who will take part in the conferences. This will be a wonderful Easy to See. opportunity to meet witL the leading "Why is a 'command' performance Sunday School workers of state at court considered such a good paying and be able to ask and have the answered proposition?" many of the questions that are trou"Because it is bound to draw the bling you. ' loyalties ces L. Grigsby of Louisville, oflice sec- De-Me- ut. manufacture and sell large quantities as Get rid of the culls as early this fall possible. Cleanliness is half of the battle in turkey raising. Eternal vigilance is the price ot success with turkeys. Feast one day and famine the next is a money losing policy. Keep turkeys, ducks, geese and any form contains all the elements hens in separate quarters. found in other forms of animal matNow is the time to buy good breedter. Milk contains all that beef scraps ing stock for next spring. Do and green cut bone does, but in a closelynot confine your 'show birds too' in order to train them.' " " more diluted form, and it is highly When the hens take to the trees, digestible, and no digestive troubles ' wrong in the house: arise from either old or young chick- something is plan The new is to sell eggs by ens consuming large quantities of it. weight and is done in some parts of Every one who keeps cows and poultry on the same farm will find it the east A kerosene bath for roosts and profitable to reserve all the milk for nest boxes is in order any time during feeding the flock, and, dispose only ot butter fat It is 'the best animal food Ucf Beason- -H A 8ood. interest in exhibition ho r that v n r"w o"-tn fham ni nil " will stock is commendable in the' market " the chickens all the milk they . .i . poultryman. drink. It will do them no harm. Peserve Bome good, fright afajfa hay out of the last cutting for poultry Nest for the Han. "Byprythlng from a "nail keg to a feed next winter. Lots of cold storage eggs n the Zroeerv box Tnav mnkn n Tinn'a nnaf always to The hen Is not a sentimental bird ?arke butvfresh eB& ' "Jf vwvn. and does not mm fnr fnnnv fHlto . "ui " Turkeys are good for the fields. cuuirayuuas. uive ner a dox or a barrel, filled with the right nesting They can be driven anywhere you material, soft bruised straw, and the wish from one field to another. Turkeys always find ready sale and whole properly darkened, and she are almost clear profit. There is alwill do her share in trying to keep it ways a demand for them; the market supplied with eggs. is never glutted. of prepared beef scraps and ground bone, which are sold very widely over the country. Those who use them find that it pays very well. It has been found both experimentally and by practical tests that sweet milk, sour milk, buttermilk In fact, milk in " I T- feed some kind of animal food to their chickens of all ages and condl Jons. In the wild state birds secure ooth vegetable and animal foods. Bugs and worms supply the animal , fnnri nnrt RPPrt nnrl othpr vPfTfitnh1 . ...... ... - ..(, vv, growth the vegetable food. The animal portions of the foods is always a necessity for normal maturity and good egg laying. So essential is animal matter in the poultry feeds that the packing firms -- Offiice over Logan's store. This admits light and induces the Office Pbone 6 fowls to enter, writes Fred L- - Bailey Residence Phone 75. In the Missouri Valley Farmer, Three doors made to slide back and forth and large enough to admit a large fowl are placed on the fourth side. Knobs or blocks are nailed on the center of doors, and two large blocks put beneath the box raise it level with Physician and Surgeon. the entrance. A partition is made to LANCASTER, KY. drop where the dotted lines are shown, Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. which will keep the chickens at one end when all but a few are caught. When you want to apply lice powder to a number of fowls or cull out the flock, go into the coop and drive the fowls in till the box ia full, then close the entrance door. The chickens can All Work Guaranteed. the Iejp and drawn ton ?a !&h by 5 feet will hold a good many. One end of box is left open. Place this at entrance of coop. The other end and one side is of wire netting. DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. f W. M. ELLIOTT, H. J. PATRICK, t -- , Dentist. ut ,at 8lide do')rs one ca band3t . . i catching the fowls, InS the llce POWdeT. m,ake, QUJ r' the other one- - Two one Paint Lick, Kentucky. apply- - iimfflgaBftii Sue M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Hurt it Anderson's. Bennett Memorial School. Admittedly one of the very best schools in the State. Five Schools in one. High School, Normal School, Graded School School of Music, Commercial School. J. C. LEWIS, .Prin. London. Ky. a POSTED The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to st ex tent of he law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice, Jno M Farra Sqnire R Parsons W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin ful-le- " """ I 14-ye- ar I n I agjrMiif'4L'jiiMr;i'ifl . ' -- .