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If you dont buy your coal from us before prices advance again. We are offering
GENUINE STRAIGHT CREEK COAL at summer prices. Think of it and act quickly.
When you do fall seeding, buy the best of seed.
We have them.
WHEAT, BARLEY, RYE, and TIMOTHY SEED
"BSPW XT FL -HE3B"
win ii'iniiWw i lym fMinii'niii Jv&SSLSBi
Capita! $50000. Surplus $30,000.
A. R. DENNY, President.
J. E. STORMES, Vice Pratt.
S. C. DENNY, Cashier.
R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. GiLL, Book-Keeper.
Safat Deposit Boxes For Rent.
WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.
Samnal D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Pcsey, J. E.
Stormes, S. C. Danny. J- L. Gill. Dr. W. H. Elliott. Directors.
B. F. HUDSON, President.
: tSjSfe Citizens National Bank
OF LANCASTER, KY.
JJ CAPITAL $$0,000. SURPLUS $35,000.
t W. F. C&, Cashier.
(I W. 0. Riskby. AaBt Cuh'r. J. J. Walker, Js., Book-Keeper.
4 J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J.
k Levis L. Walker, C.
Lart as loac as tK: buildka, ac lie-, er zertL
3 cccaMonal coat ol itaaCt. list thctL'TWIsr cli
- v "i. - v.j&. -a; tr- .-. -! --,., .
J Hor.Jwrteinczpsniiec. CaobelKdr''tcvervc3rhtaclswiihoutd:r.orbolher.) &
Apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia
Barley Tobacco Growers
itr r i!
We. as yu I:no', are -i3? your choicest tob-icco ia the
(brands of Strcter Bros. Branch, and you knovx that nt.body grows
Delter tobrcco than you d. You k;:ovr how we tnauuiV.ctnre, so
you l:now that these brands are perfection. Ko-.v we vlnt yoa to
help -.is ;ell these brands this yeareven lettcr than our best
previous -ors. TLc reasons you should so help ere as follows:
Yea Are Fart Owner
The fact taat yon srr&w tbs tobacco
raa?-s you purt owutrct ; 11 t'!t se brands,
livery tune that one it lis jo piofil.
j5 cry wort! thai ju sa :n favor of any
vps to. increase ihosc s!e.. Every
t:rud that u buv for your own se
"ft-i;j Rjahe t' s profits b tttr. All nur
lascrets our :i! T.-.ts . ..J ot.rt ...o
mw1u in ISscse SiVfj.1 tobactus. It is
lgic that you should bend all of our
cfiorts, Lowtvcr btnall. in the selling.
The United Power of
40,000 n:en in a section wield an enor
mous buying influence. If all ak for
these brands when they buy tobacco
there results a gigantic sale. Act! big
sales are the best advertising known.
Dealers throughout the
They are Ixatton-wmeselH
dealers to prosper. They are made from the pick of t ic famous crops of 40,000 grower..
Kvery one of these Rro-.vcrs is boosting thon II. f-o are all of their friend'. This methedis
brinsins the profits to dealers to those w ' " a brands. Are they wor.injf for j
Here are lie mild. frecractio!cinS . CC ' N GLOVV-PniNKY POST- FULL PAY.
Here ore the delicious chewing h' a. T .v-3Y JOE TWIST-CUP-DAY'S WORK
ON THE SQUARE-TORCIIL'" T . . i'ET.'S NATURAL LEAr.
Put them into ycur steel:. Sec Lo Uiey sclL
STR.? ZTi DROS. TOSACCO COMPANY SRANCH
BUSLEY TC-ACCO COMPANY,
y.t, "" --rt rzr-vf v-t.. l.-,,-.. --.- A.n,i-.i
w MiHf i' 'iTff -ft tcjww. ' i nmwnmi'i)iiMi m'l '
If Progressive you should know and bank with a Growing
Report of the condition of
at the close of business September 4lh, 1912.
Loans t 123,010 0-J
Cash, cash Items and due
from flanks CJSW5H2
Current Expense . WJ U"
Banking House 8,000(0
Furniture and Fixture
Including safety vaclt fi.fcOO 00
Overdrafts (Sec & U See) 3.432 65
Total Assetts Jl&VJJl 31
J. S. JOHNSON, Vco P. est. ,
W&Uccr, T. H. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs
A. Arnold, Directors. 15
rends tsver .iced any attcsdes, except cs
IjadscS nn:ry ouutum. is-rccj
V'W - i
Smokers av& chewers fiock to brands
:hat t.'t." nee the irwt peo, le buvin.
.Ct"0 iL3L-i; tisr". jni''ivet!y male 40,
000 more. Out t'n m for btfait-r Lros.'
Srancb Brands V..Q brands that you
grow for byus.ngth.jebrauJsyourM.lf.
Tell Every Friend
Tr'! your friertlii..' Jhec br-i's. Tell
thttn what you 1 now it the tobutco. Tell
lutm you grow it':.d i.uous nud chtzo
it yottrvclf. so vou tiutw. Tell them it
comes fwin K-ntiic! v, from the enter
of tnerifh-stlliirli.yseotitiRs. L-tthem
know it's the cr am of jour crops and
that they can buy thc-e brands from
mot any dealer, because dt-aU rs Know
that these brands are tha bet.t iftcy can
Burley crc"crs shcuia be Hutie7 Boos!ers
end tao best way to L.oo.t U to BUY Hurley
VOUa OWN BSANDS-YOURSELr .
United Strtos l.aow these famous tobacco1;.
rs uopuiar Oram's. They rre Iieloin? these
Incorporated, Louisville, Ky.
Capital $ 50.MX) 00
U. Profits l.t'tl .C
Deposits ... 102,800 78
Bills I'irjnule. lO.OU) 00
Tax Resene 319 00
J. W. ELMORE, Cashier.
WHY IT SUCCEEDS
Because It's for One Thing Only, and
Lancaster People Appreciate This
Nothing can be good for everything.
Doing one thing well brings success
Doan's Kidney Pills are for one thing
For weak and disordered kidneys.
Here is reliable evidence of their
Mis. A. Camden, Rowland, Kv.,says
"At the time 1 began using Doan's
Kidney Tills about two years ago I was
suffering intensely irom kidney com
plaint. When I stooped 1 could hardly
straighten unless someone gave me as
sistance. Daik spots often floated be
fore my eyes and my head pained me
until 1 was almost crazy. A neighbor
told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and
i got a box. I took them according to
liiections and they heliwd me from the
irst. My system is now as free from
iidney complaint as if I had never had
For sale by all dealers. Pi ice 50 cts.
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, KewYoik, i
lW,, .TO.,t0 rnv tii fTmtnd StntPs. I
h.ll UwWilM W V w..w. H..-.v - ,
Remember the name Doan's and
take no otaer.
Mrs. Tom Christopher is quite sick
with heart trouble.
Mr. Will Ingles of Ilazzard is the
guest of Miss Jennie Ison.
The meeting at the Presbyterian
church closed Sunday night.
Mrs. Abbott of Texas is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Barnett and other
Miss Lucrct'a Skinner spent Sunday
in Lancaster, the guest of Mrs. Bastin
Mr. and Mrs. James Christopher
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Myces
near Dam die.
Miss Campbell of Mercer, has been
visiting her aunts Mesdame3 Hackley
Mr John Christopher and wife of
Fayette Co. have been visiting Mr.
Dr. Cheek of Danville filled the pulpit!
at the Presbyterian eh irch Su day.
He was accompamed by Miss Kircamp
a musician of Louisville, who added
greatly to the music of the service.
Miss Lula Grpham second daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. GrahaM died at
her home near here last Friday after
several weeks illness of typhoid fever.
The family has the sympathy of the
entire community. Funeaal services
were conducted by Rev. H. J. Tomlin
son. MAKES PIMPLES GO" 6
Piemarkable Kow Zemo Clears the Face
Of Pimples And All Other Blemishes.
With the finger tips apply a little
Zemo to the skin, then see the pimples
and blackheads vanish. Zemo is a
liquid, not a smear, leaves no trace,
just simply sinks in and does the work.
You will be astonished to find how
quickly eczema, rash, dandruff, itch,
liver spots, salt rheim and all other
skin diseases are cured.
Zemo is put up by the E. W. Rose
Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is
regularly sold by all druggists at 1 for
the large bottles, but you can get a
liberal size trial bottle for only 25 cents
And this trial bottle is guaranteed.
You surely wijl find Zemo a wonder.
Get a bottle from R. E. McRoberts &
Son Drug Store.
Iahd CURB the LUNGS
,JUZJ& Trial uotue Frcei
AND ALL THROAT AP5D LUNG TROUBLES.
8 OE 32C1TES" SS2TUIIDED.
left me with a frightful couch and
S very weak. I had spells when I could
hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 20
minutes. My doctor could nothelnt
x me, dui l was completely curea oy ;
V2 . T - ,-! 1 . ,
Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111.
50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
raisagratwararaErareBEg'TM pn ,
A Modern Maid of Athens.
A little Boston girl, with exquisitely
long golden curls and quite an angelic
appearance in general, came In from
an afternoon walk with her nurse, and
and to her mother: "Oh, mamma, a
strange woman on the street said
to me: 'Mm, but ain't you got beauti
The mother smiled, for the compli
ment was well merited, but she gasped
as the child innocently continued her
"I said to her: T am very glad to
have you like my hair, but I am
sorry to hear you use the word
'ain't!' " Lippincotfs.
New and Novel.
"I've got a ripping idea for a mov
ing picture film. Something absolute
ly new and novel."
"What is it?" asked the excited man-
Let us have a scene showing a
young woman doing the housework
while her mother is strumming the
piano or manicuring her nails."
She Wanted Him.
"Mr. Timmid has asked if he might
call tonight. I think he wants to tell
me that he loves me," said Miss Yern
er. "Oh," replied ber sister, "that goes
"Yes, and I'm afraid that he will,
too." Catholic Standard and Times.
No End In Sight.
"We havo now the super-dread-naught."
"And soon we'll havo the 3uper-super-dreadnaught."
"And after that?"
"Oh, the international game of bluff
will be cheerfully continued."
GOT $1,000 A NIGHT.
She Every tiiie Screecher, the
grand opera tencr, gets a sore throat
it. costs him a thousand dollars.
He Gee! His throat must bo as
big as a giraffe's.
Why yill They?
"Ill from earlijg ptomaines.'
How that headline clings.
Say, T often wonder why
People eat suc'n things.
"What became lof that five-foot shelf
"Tore it down," replied Farmer Corn
tossel. "Why, I couldn't get the de
partment of agriculture's publications
for six months in that space."- .
A Fa nlly Jar.
"I'didn't get mi jch of a man." snarl
ed the wife.
"Well, you woijldn't expect a first
class man to pick .you out, woul.l you?"
was the gentleman's comeback.
And then the rc'w was on full blast
J " '
May Have tBeen Stung. u
"Pa, what's the, difference between
an egg man and a yeggman?"
i "Sometimes, my son, the only dif
ference is that one is spelled with a
y' and the other without"
i It Depends.
' "Do you think I, could touch Guy for
a loan of an X qr two?"
t "Not if he's a Tlse Guy."
SPEAR GOOD ENOUGH FOR KIM
One Experience With White Man's
Weapon Was Enough for
When Mr. Montague, the English
traveler, was in Africa, he gave to a
native an old single-barreled gun, and
the fellow was delighted. He put in
a small handful of powder, and about
a quarter of a newspaper on top of
it, and finally a ball, and then rammed
the whole charge down. Then he de
parted. In the evening he returned
with his face battered and swollen al
most beyond recognition. "What have
you been doing?" asked the EngJish 1
mnn. in amazement. Th native sat
d(?wn on the ground and said.-sorrow
fully: "A little after noon I found the
track of elands, and I followed it un
til I found them feeding. I crept up
to one of them. He was twenty yards
away. I rested the barrel of the
gun on a stone, placed the butt
against my nose, directed the muzzle
toward the eland, and pulled the trig
ger I do not know what happened
for I was blind and deaf for some
time, but when 1 came to I found my
self lying at the bottom of the gully
The gun was beside me. my face was
as you now see it. and the elands had
gone away Son or a white man. it
was very kind of you to give me a
gun, but U Is too good a gun for me
too strong, too powerful. It needs
the wisdom of a white man to rule
it Take it back Farewell!"
Bui! Might Object.
The person who advises you to tako
the bull by the horns never seems to
be cons'dering what the bull might
be doing in the meantime.
Having bought a small tract of land
and in order to pay cash for same, I
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 1912.
offer all my brood mares, mules, Jacks
and Jennets consisting of 18 mule
mares, including a good Clydes Mare
that has had nine straight mule colts,
8 selling from weanlings to 4 year old
for over $1,800 besides the present colt,
a good No 1 sugar colt;-15 work mules;
11 yearling mules; 10 Jennets by noted
sires, such as Hixs Great Easters, he
by Imp Tax Payer and Big Light that
sold at Sweetwater, Tenn., for $1,800.
All are blacks except two good greys,
ageing from 4 to 12 years old. all
breeders. Three black Jacks, one 3
year old, 1G hands high, by the Tucker
Jack that sold for SI, 200 prompt and A
1 breeder; one 2 year old prompt black
Jack, big bone, 15 hands high by
Harbisons big Jack, dam by Tevis Em
peror, by Gov. Wood; one 7 year old
Jack by King Grant, good breeder, 1
yearling Clyde Mare rpgistered, 1 reg
istered 6 year old stallion by Gambetta
Wilks out of dam of 4 with records
from 2:19 to 2:22 1-2
One 3 year old Chestnut Horse, 151
hands; one 5 year old combined horse;
one 2 year old filly; two 2 year old
colts; 1 yearling colt; 1 coming 2 year
old Shetland filly, broke, very kind, a
grand individual, white and brown
clouded, a handsome pony by Cecils
Shetland, Danville, Kentucky.
Fifteen high grade yearling cattle,
weight about 850 to 900 pounds; 5 light
yearling cattle: 9 weanling calves; 4
heifers; 4 steers.
175 hogs consisting of 150 fat and 25
gilts and Boars will be sold as breeders,
single eligible to register, these pigs
are sired by third prize winner at Ken
tucky State Fair in 1910, and fulli
brother to Pals Colonel,. Sweepstake
winner in 1911 ?,nd spld. for 8250.00.
Also being by King of Col., Jr., he is a
half brother to Defender that sold to
Mr. Mays of Springfield, Ky., for
S500.00 and considered the best red hog
in Kentucky, or south of Ohio river.
The dams of these pigs I bought in
Ohio at a round price most of which
trace direct to in three crosses to
Orion Chief who sold for S3500. when
young and 605. at 9 years old. Also
one litter out of sow that topped McKee
Bros last sale, also a winner at
Bluegrass Fair in 1911. My herd boar
by King of Colonel Jr., 1 yearling boar
by Colonel Jack. Col. Jack bred by Iva
Jackson of Ohio the only breeder ever
sold a herd of Durocs for S10.000.
23 good high grade ewes and 1 buck
one 6 horse power Hagan gasoline engine
in good repair; INo. 16 Ohio feed cutter
and elevator will cut 40 tons of porn per
day, endless apron feed. Everything
advertised will be put up and sold, no
reserves. TERMS made known on day
of sale. Sale to begin promptly at 10
o'clock. 1 faun, colored Jersey cow
fresh, 3rd calf will be sold on trial a
No. I milk and Butter cow out of a dam
'rated at 300. and sired by Col. Ed
'Gaithner's registered bull.
G. H. RUBLE.
1 A. T. Scott, Auct Buena Vista, Ky.
IIre Drawn lunasten
sit I rcsn
FORTY Candle Power. Very
TTon.l , .rrw.,.c- T.-. ,. .
fit v !H r u? W a
0 u" -'" jcuio in uiu aiuic. oim in use, giving a penecc
0 clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used.
0 Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong
' light. J
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CINCINNATI &MD RE
Syruday3 Oct 6th
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ASK TICKET AGENTS
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P. P. FR1SBIE.
Office Citizens National Bank.
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i iTiammuLH ave
The Dry Fall Outing To Kentucky's
Great Subteranean Wonder, Or 200
Miles Under Ground Wednes
n day, Oct. 16.
Arranged for private and select
parties, home people and their visi
tors. River low, echo grand, and1
cave dry. The time to see Mam-1
moth Cave when at its best.
Round-trip railroad fare $5.65 from
Lancaster and all way stations on
regular train 5:15 a. m. Board at
Cave Hotel from arrival for supper
until after breakfast moming of j
the third day, also including the
two trips through the cave for
$6.50. Limit on ticket 10 days.
Write or phone L. & N. Agent.
Fruit and Shade Trees
Grape Vines, Aspara
gus, Rhubarb, Roses
Peonies, and Phlox.
Everything for Orchard, Lawn and
Garden. Our prices may interest you
Write for free Catalogue. No Agts.
H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sonsj;
Maura ii kl US r
brilliant strontj and lasting.
cu:ii :.. --.-.. r .
CITY 5s35 a.m.
ifmm mm a m
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Mt THIGHS 0? V DOLLARS
evtrv vear to noaltrv and hoe1
j ??-"" raisers. Last year thousands of
1 1 Hogs and Poultry
I S were saved from cholera and other diseases
3 durine the hot v.-cather by the use of
Tiic Creates! Choirs Preventive Known
Prevents and cares
tno cholera, but don't
I at it oir urtil they keel
over. Givo it to them
now muni with food
it regulates the work
ings of the bowels, dis
lnfceLl them- knocks
chctars and other Terms which set into the system
With the food ortlrink.
A Gsl-SSno Fovfdcp
ami coth r fo boss, packed in
n t fc r "3 caVt dry up. Ujso
comj i o nor . It Li all raeulcico
anil gii.irrnteed too.
H afj io Toil
Written t3 Lo uanrttooil and given free to live
stock owner, our 60 pair illustrated book, by our
consul tinsr Veterinarian, sh-iv.irtrhow to know and
showinir how to cure diseases ui Horses. Cattle.
Sheen. Sw re and Poultry, together with over 11
u-ti-date Cal-C.no Remedies, including
Our ctnranteed remeoy for Ring Bono. Spavins
nlmei or aay bony enlargements.
THE EOYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.)
Baltimore, ma, u. s. A.
cr saio by wtmsmmmmtm
C. & J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky.
Agents wanted in other towns.
J A BEAZLEY
fflce Phone 31. Residence PKbnej
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