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THE NATIONAL BANK
Capital $50,000. Surplus $.G00.
A. R. DENNY, President. X
J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't.
S. C. DENNY, Cashier.
R. T. Emdry, Afs't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keeper.
Ij WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS.
I Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Der.ny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E.
& Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors.
g B. F. HUDSON, President.
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Ii CAPITAL $50,000.
W. F. CHAMP, Cashier.
W. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keeper.
J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J.
Lewis L. Walker, C.
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To 499Q09 Hurley Tobacco Growers
Stockholders in Sirater Bros Branch Factory
Here are ten brands of tobacco. All of you know their worth,
for you supply the leaf. It comes from your,ovn tobacco farms.
Most of you smoke or chew one of these brands, for they repre
sent the cream of Tour 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 inctcasc
your profits on each.
We want 40,000 more salesmen and j ou.
Mr. Grower, arc one tnat we want. We
ant yon to work with us, to help sell
tii-M; brands, and thus increase jout
icventte from them. Your cooperation,
individually, can result m gigantic hales..
Here's, how it works, out.
Let Each Man Tell
Let each of j ou growers tell ten
friends what you know of Strater Broi.'
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 of your crop and
that no better crops are grown. Point
out the reasons why thebe brands of
TO ALL DEALERS WHO SELL TOBACCO
These brands of tobacco are famous sellers as all w h,o sell them 1-now. They are made
from the best, from the cream of the crop?, irom forty thousand larms. 'I hey form the
greatest repeaters known, a steady source o-rfit Put thera into our stock for a trial and
see what they do. Youw ill sell them f-r r, i. ou sell them one week
ForChewins-INDEX-BY JQE 7 WiST-CUP DAY'S WORK-ON THE SQUARE-TORCHLIGHT-STRATER'S
STRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH
BURLEY T03ACCO COMPANY,
If Progressive you should know and bank with a Growing
Report of the condition of
at the close of business September 4th, 1912.
Loans $ 125,010 02
Cash, cash items and due
from Banks 23&5T.82
Current Expenses 66J 3
BauklnsrHouee 8,000 10
Furniture and Fixtures
including safety vault 5.800 00
Overdrafts .(Sec &. U Sec) 3.432 55
Total Assetts $IG0,2'J1 31
Boxes For Rent.
J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Frist.
OF LANCASTER, KY. V
Walker, T. I.I. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs S
A. Arnold, Directors.
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b!d!rc rs-roof the eld,
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Ight :.?ctzl ShJic'as.
tobicco should be everv S7iioler's and
chczcer's choice since it is j our choicest
jrou.t. 40.000 men, each telling ten
lnends, will thus get a powerful sales
message to nearly 400.000. If each of
those fn nds tell tive others, nearly
2.000,000 men are affected. Think what
an increase this would make-on these
brands in one section. You are selling
to us. We are helling to them. So let
us work jointly to sell the utmost that
Tell Dealers, Too
Tell dealers, too, when you buy these
brands, what you know of their quality.
Let them know of their nation-wide
popularity, how they repeat, and how
they make triends of consumers.
BE A BOOSTER OF BURLEY GROW
ERS' BRANDS, till" boosting the sales and
Incorporated, Louisville, Ky.
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Capital $ 50.(100 00
Surplus 1,500 00
U. Profits . 1,491 Sp
Deposits...... 102,8)p J8
Bills Payable 10.00O 00
Tax Reserve: tti9 00'
J. W. ELMORE, Cashier.
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In T. r n ti n i i mrJk 'II VV PrlfU AWwv. a-
Because It's for One Tiling 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
Mrs. A. Camden, Rowland, Ky.,says
"At the time I began using Doan's
Kidney Pills about two years ago I was
suffering intensely from kidney com
plaint. When I stooped I could hardly
straighten unless someone gave me as
sistance. Dark spots often floated be
fore my eyes and my head pained me
until I was almost crazy. A neighbor
told me about Doan's Kidney Pills and
I got a box. I took them according to
Jirections and they helped me from the
nrst. My system is now as free from
cidney complaint as if I had never had
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cts.
Foster-Milburn Co.. Buffalo, New York,
sole agents for the United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
Come to the pie supper Oct 18 at the
Mrs Welsh is visiting in Richmond
for a few weeks.
Miss Bessie Singleton spent the
week end in Stanfoid.
Mrs Harvey Dean spent part of the
week visiting at Sulphur Well.
Mrs Clubb of Jessamine county is
visiting her sister Mrs Charlie Dean.
Mrs Fannie Bryant and sister Mrs
Poor, of Indiana are visiting in Lan
caster this week.
Breathe Hyomei And
If you really want to get rid of vile
Catarrh why not give Booth's HYOMEI
treatment a fair trial.
R. E McRoberts is authorized to refund
your money if you think you have not
been benefited, and on that basis every
Catarrh victim in Lancaster ought to
start to banish Catanh this very day.
HYOMEI is a soothing, healing anti
septic air made from Australian Euco
lyptus and other antiseptics; it kills
Catarrh germs and contains no poisonous
drugs. Simple instructions for use in
each package. Complete outfit, $1.00,
extra bottles, 50c.
Mr J. E. Sherrow was in Lexington
Mrs Peachie Grow is v."ith relatives
Mrs Lucy Montgomery is seriously
ill at this writing,
Mr Edd Glow sold a hunch of i hogs
to C. A. Arnold at 8c. per pound.
Born to Mr and Mrs Jessie Dnncan
on the 1st a girl christined Christine.
Miss Hattie Duncan of Buena Vista
is the guest of Miss Ollie Crawford.
Mr J. E, Shenow bought of Wm.
Onstott a mule colt, price $75., he also
sold to Mr. Onstott two calves for $35.
Miss Lavina Montgomery who has
been confined to her room for more
than a year is able to be out again.
Mesdames Edd and Will Grow and
little daughter Lucy spedt last Tuesday
with Mrs J. A. Clark near Danville.
Mr and Mrs J. E. Sherrow were in
Jessamine, Fayette and Woodford
counties last Monday looking for a lo
cation. Mr and Mrs Charlie Duncan are very
happy over the arrival of a baby girl
who arrived on the 28th, The baby has
been named Grace,
Mr Orlem Thompson and sister Jean
are victims of typhoid fever. A nurse
from Lexington arrived Friday to take
charge of the cases.
Mrs Landrum Burdete of Kokomo,
Ind., and sister Mrs Will Vanderpool
and little daughter Edna Mae of Bur
gin are with relatives in this vicinity.
Stop Hair Falling- to-day.
It won't cost you a cent to prove that
you can stop falling hair and prevent
baldness, for R. E. McRoberts & Son
will supply you with a bottle of
PARISIAN Sage and if you are not
satisfied with the result they will refund
the full purchase prica.
The same guarantee applies to dan
druff, splitting hair, faded hair or scalp
PARISIAN Sage is the most delightful,
refreshing and invigorating hair dress
ing in the world. It preserves the nat
ural color of the hair and imparts to it
a glossy appearance that all admire.
Large bottle 50 cents at dealers
everywhere. The girl with the Auburn
hair on every package.
STAND AND ALIGHTING BOARD
Rough Lumber Win Do for Sides and
Ends Care Must Be Exercised
to Have It Level.
A good bottom board -which can be
easily made 1b here Illustrated. One
can make it of rough lumber for the
sides and end, and old box lumber
will do for the bottom. In setting It
the only care necessary is to have it
level on top.
I make mine "with a -inch bee
space at the back end which slants
to a -inch space in the front, says
a writer In the Farm and Home. En-
Hive Stand and Alighting Board.
trance in the summer Is left full
inch deep and the width of the hive.
In spring and fall entrance stops are
used to close it to a scant inch by
3 to 8 inches, according to the
strength of the colony.
To make it, cut two 4-Inch strips, a,
with the top or short side the length
of the hive and the bottom 4 Inches
longer. Cut a strip the same width
for the back and long enough to reach
across the hive, less the thickness of
the two sides.
Nail strips Inside of. side pieces at
the right height to bring the bottom
up to where you get the desired bee
space. Another board should be
nailed across the front to come flush
with the bottom boards and form an
alighting board. A is side with cleat
in position, b Is bottom board com
plete, c, entrance stop.
SOME SECRETS OF TOMATOES
Runners or Shoots Should Be Pinched
Off, Allowing But One Main Vine
to Establish Growth.
In choosing tomato plants for grow
ing prize tomatoes, do not select tree
tomatoes, as they are not prolific, but
pick out some good, smooth, meaty
variety. Set the plant on the south
side of the stake, about four Inches
from it, and train same to stake as it
grows, tying with binder twine or
cloth strings, which -are preferable.
Many times when the vines are very
rank two branches will start to grow
from the top, but clip one off, allow
ing only one to grow to a height of
five feet, then clip the tops, and keep
them clipped, which will hasten the
ripening, and convert all the strength
of the vine into fruit.
When the plants are eight or ten
f inches high, little runners or shoots
will appear in the forks. Here, writes
C. P. Bowlesly in the Farm and Home,
Is where the whole secret lies. These
runners sap the main vine and turn
all the strength nto vines instead of
tomatoes. When Xhey appear pinch
them off and allow only one main vine
to grow. The fruit buds or blossoms
will also appear in the same fork, but
do not disturb them. Keep clipping
out the runners every time you find
any or when you cultivate them. The
fruit will be nice, early, clean, handy
to pick, a great improvement over the
MAKING HEAVY WAGON JACK
List of Material Required for Simple
and Extremely Handy Implement
Is Quito Small.
Four pieces of wood, three bolts,
two screws and one piece of wire
completes the list of material re
quired for a very simple and handy
wagon jack, says the Homestead.
One piece of 2 by 4 hardwood, 2
feet, 6 Inches long for the main up
right; one piece of 1 by 4 hardwood, 2
feet long for lever, one piece 1 by 4
hardwood, with notches.
One piece of 2-inch stuff 10 Inches
square for the base.
The lever is secured to the upright
with half-inch bolt 3 inches long.
The piece with the notches Is fast
ened to the lever with a half-inch
A Heavy Wagon Jack.
bolt, and the plfece of wire that
holds the notched' place in 'place is
fastened to tba vpright' piece wltl
acrewjt i'" ' " ' v
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A gentleman whose tnrri talks are
known throughout the world tells the
following on himself:
"I was booked for fc (ecture one
aight at a little place l& Scotland four
miles from a railway station.
"The 'chairman' ot the occasion,
after introducing me as 'the mon
wha's coom here txu. broaden oor in
tellects,' said that he relt that a wee
bit of prayer would not be out of
"'Oh Lard,' h continued, 'put It
Intae the heart of this mon tae speak
the truth, the hale truth, and naething
but the truth, and gle us grace tae
"Then, with a, glance at me, the
chairman said, Tve been a traveler
myself!' " Lippincott's.
Quite Matter of Fact.
An article in one of the magazines
on "The Menace of Cape Race" recalls
a little story. The priest at Trepas
sey, which is near the dangerous cape,
was dining with Bishop Power of St
"How will your people get along this
winter?" asked tUe bishop.
"Very well, ray lord," was the
priest's cheerful answer, "with the
help of God and -a few wrecks."
First Caterpillar Any engagement
Second Caterpillar What's up?
First Caterpillar I shall expect you
at my coming out.
It Isn't so much the song he sings,
As the way the singer sings It:
It isn't the ball the pitcher flings.
So much as the way he flings It.
"I wonder what those London suffra
gettes were throMrfng at?"
"Why, the papers are full of it."
"I haven't seen it mentioned."
"Why, every paper tells how they
broke the plate glass windows."
"I know it; but not a single paper
tells what they were throwing at."
Bringing Down the Average.
Mrs. Gotham I am informed that
the New York telephone calls average
a minute and a half in length.
Mr. Gotham Yes, dear; you see.
there are so many men using the tele
phone that It brings down the aver
Browne Dabbler has just had a
heavy weight lifted from his mind.
Green One of his stock jobbing
deals turn out better than he expect
ed?" Browne No. He's, had his hair
"What made Mr. Chuggins buy an
"His wife persuaded him by calling
his attention to the economy of hav
ing gasoline on hand rto clean gloves
And Maybe the Maid.
Young Mistress Do you think my
Ernest really loves me, Emmy?
Maid Of course, he's such a nice
young man; he likes all the girls.
HI8 IDEA OF SUCCESS.
Tve .written fleeal-plays."
"Did you met ifith success?"
"Yes. I one got a manuscript-of
qtf&e back fro a. manager."
INSURA N C E
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Office at National Bank.
Office over The National Bank
Has Cured Worst Cases And You Can
Prove It For Only 25 Cents.
Yes, try Zemo. That's all you need
do to get rid of the worst case of ecze
ma. You take no chance, it is no ex
periment. Zemo is positively guaran
teed to stop itching, rash, raw. bleed
ing eczema, make a pimpled face
smooth and clean. Zemo is a wonder
arid the minute applied it sinks in,
vanishes, leaves no evidence, doesn't
stick, no grease, just a pure, clean,
wonderful liquid and it cures. This is
guaranteed. Zemo is put up by the
E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis.
Mo., and sold by all druggists at $1
for the largest bottle and at 25 cents
for the liberal size trial bottle. Try
one 25-cent bottle and be convinced.
R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store.
A Trying Moment.
What is the most trying position in
which an actress was ever put on the
stage? Mrs. E. Ward in her "Rem
iniscences" tells of a predicament of
Mme. Vestris, while playing the prin
cipal role in an opera, which will take
some beating. "Owing to the vehe
mence of her acting Mme. Vestris'
false teeth suddenly became loose.
With sly movements of her tapering
fingers the famous singer endeavored
to coax them b.ick: but. finding it was
of no avail and perceiving there was
no other alternative, she suddenly turn-
' ed her back on the audience, and. tak
ing the plate right out of her mouth,
carefully readjusted it. Then she fin
ished her song."
Mi-o-na Stomach Tablets
Banish Dyspepsia And Keep Stomach In
No matter how long you have suffered
from a miserable upset stomach, indi
gestion ar gastritis, Mi-0-NA will end
your troubles or R. E. McRobert3 will
refund your money.
This same offer applies to distress
after eating, gas, food fermentation,
heaviness, sourness, sea or car sickness
and vomiting of pregnancy.
No matter what ails your stomaoh,
put your faith in MI-O-NA- Stomach
Tablets, a prescriptiom that succeeds
after all others fail. Large box 50 centn
America over. Free trial treatment
from Booth's MI-O-NA, Buffalo, N. Y.
A postal request will do.
Commissioner ' s
Sale Of Land.
Garrard Circuit court.
Wm. Ray, et al,
Stella Ford Ray, Defendant.
Pursuant to a judgement rendered
herein at the June Term, 1912. the
undersigned Commissioner will sell at
Dublic auction, before the Court House
Door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock
A. M. or thereabouts on I
MONDAY, OCTOBER 28th, 1912. j
it haincr tlip first, dav of a Garrard
Connty Court term, the real estate
mentioned in the pleadings and des
cribed as follows, to wit:
Tr, (larrar-A f7iiintv TCentuckv on the
T?iiL-atr hirnnil-p rnad near the nost
office of Buckeye, and is bounded by
the lands of John Brown, Linsey Ray
and Dr. J. S. Gilbert, and contains
about 13 acres and some poles.
The tiurnose of this sale is to satisfy
a debt of Margaret L. Marksbury,
debt and interest amounting to date of
sale ?524.25, ana estimateu costoi uie
action $10(00, and for a distribution of
the remaining proceeds among the par
;Qo nnfi'tlod tn ropiv name for which
judgment has been rendered in the
above styled action.
TERMS: This sale will be made on
o .wli- f R nnd 12 months and the
purchaser will be required to execute
bonds with approved security for the
purchase price due in six and twelve
months Deanng mieresi at me rate oi
six per cent per annum from date until
noirt Vmvincr the force and effect of a
judgment upon which execution may
issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master
Commissioner 01 tne uarrara circuit
Cnnrh anr? a Hon roil! he rpserved nnnn
all the property sold until all the pur
chase money is paid.
W. H. BROWN,. M. C. G. C. C.
R. H. T,omJinson.Atty.
Anv Kind of
& COLLliSR 1
of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27.
Horses, Mules, Cows, Etc.
We will offer for sale to the highest
bidder, at the J. N. Denny farm 4$
miles from Lancaster on the Richmond
ami Lancaster pike, on
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21th, 1912.
the following real estate and personal
The farm consists of 91 acres of
good corn, tobacco and wheat land.
25 acres in cultivation and the remain
der in grass. The farm is well fenced,
has never failing water, good G room
dwelling, good 20 foot cistern all nec
essary out buildings. 1 new stock barn
80x2G a.xl one tobacco barn 72x0.
This farm lies on the Gooch pike close
to school, store, railroad station and is
a very desirable farm.
Also at the same time and place will
sell the following personal property 20
head of registered and high grade Jer
sey cows and heifers' 25 head of cows,
steers and heifers, 1 pair of 5 year old
mare mules, 1 pair of 6 year old mare
mules, 1 pair of 9 year old mare mules,
1 pair of 6 year old horse mules, 4 six:
year old mare mules, 4 two year oid
mare mules, all well broke, 4 mare
mule colts, 1 two year old mare by Rex
Arbuckle. 1 two year okl gelding by
Rex Arbuckle, dam Nell Preston, sub
ject to register, 1 yearling stallion by
Rex Arbuckle. dam Nell Preston, sub
ject to register, 2 yearling fillies by
Rex Ai buckle, 4 weanling colts by Rex
Arbuckle, 4 brood mares in foal to
Jack, 1 brood mare in foal to Todd
horse, 1 six year old driving mare, 1
five j ear old carriage horse, 1 Mc
Cormick binder, 1 Manure Spreader.
Hay Rake, Cutting Harrows and Culti
vators. 1 Spring wagon, buckboard.
harness, etc. 170 bushels of extra gooI
blue grass seed, about 5 car loads of
of baled hay.
Sale begins at 10 o'clock. Terms
made known on day of sale. Dinner
on the ground.
W. B. & S. M. Denny.
R. F. D. No. 1. Lancaster, Ky.
Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct.
Good for Evil.
A more glorious victory cannot b
gained over another maa than this,
that when the Injury began on his
part the kindness should begin on
causes heartburn, soar
nausea, impure blood, and
more trouble than many
different kinds of diseases.
The food you eat ferments
in your stomach, and the
poisons it forms are ab
sorbed info your whole
system, causing many dis
tressing symptoms. At the
first sign of indigestion, try
the old, reliable, vegetable
liver powder, to quickly
cleanse your system from
these undesirable poisons.
Mrs. Riley Laramore, of
Goodwater, Alo., says: "I
suffered for years from dyspep
sia and heartburn Thedfora's
Black-Draught, in small doses,
cured my heartburn in a few
days, ana now I can eat without
distress." Try it
Insist on Thedford's
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