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uncan's Duroe Bred Sow Sale
THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1913 at 12:30 .47. n
" 50 Head of Choice Bred Sows and Gilts also a Few Fall Boar Pigs by the Great efenden---50:- -
1'his offering was prdueed on "Hillhurst Farm" near Lebanon under average farm conditions and are.selected, Pure Bred seed stock. Large, growthy kind with length, stretch md heavy bone," such as any Farmer should want and your
bids absolutely fix the price. Thsse Sows have been mated with Fine, Vigorous, Registered Boars, fed and handled in a way to produce strong, prolific litters. All immunized before being bred. Arrange to attend this sale.
J. O. DUNCAN, LEBANON, KENTUCKY. Catalogs Will Be Mailed On Request.
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1 IHS Winter Tourist Tickets !
a SmH now on sale 1 1
I jiSSI TO ALL VIXTER RESORTS I '
SPECIAL ROUND-TRIP FARES TO Kj
Our Waler Tower.
How tall was Alexander, pa,
That people called him great?
Was he as tall as our water tower.
And what about his weight?
Was heso lair that'lie could stand,
Like the water tower high?
And -while his feet were on the ground,
His hands could touch the sky?
What about his capacity, pa,
How much could he hold?
Could he drink all the filter filters,
Did he know when he was sold?
Quit Kickin The Park Dogs Around.
Oh, don't you remember our park, Ben
With houn' dogs whose hair was near
brown They whined with delight when the fox
But trembled with fear at the womens
In terror the houn' dog has flown Ben
To a corner obscure and alone
Now they have made ita park beauti
ful to see
And with much pride it is shown.
Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama
Long Return Limit Full Stop-Over Privileges.
Three through daily trains to Florida, via Queen & Crescent
Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. Elec
trically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-Room
Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches.
For details call on any Ticket A;jent, Ouccn & Crescent Route, or apply to
H. C. KING, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 101 E. Alain St, Lexington, Ky.
Fields seeds at wholesale prices
direct to the consumer. I have a
full line of choice field seeds and
can save you money on your Win
ter and Spring supply.
Write me for price list and sam
ples. W. Bush Nelson,
With the Latest Improvements, This Is the
Highest Quality Wire Fencing Made, Bar None
to make the best fence.
Eased on long-time experiments, de
cided improvements have been made in
"Pittsburgh Perfect." AS MADE TO
DAY, it is so far superior to any other
as to place it in a class by itself.
These improvements concern the qual
ity of wire, construction and galvanizing
three vital points that must be right
We now produce "Pittsburgh Perfect"
in our own furnaces and mills from the
ore to the finished product. We know
everything is right from start to finish.
These facts positively insure your in-
vestment in Pittsburgh Perfect."
Made in Different Style, for HELD, FARM, RANCH. LAWN, I?,,.,.., T5-.J rtiamnraiul
CHICKEN, POULTRY and RABBIT YARD and GARDEN -Very VOQ VaUaTaiHeetl
Ask your dealer for "Pittsburgh Perfect" and insist on his furnishing it. Do not allow him to persuade
you that some other fence is just as good. If he doesn't sell it, write us direct.
"Pitts Wgh Perfect" B-an,of B.rbed W-r-j
Bright. Annealed &. Galvanized Wir.; Twi.ttd
Cable Wire: Hard hptine Coil Wre; Fence
staples; Poultry Netting Staples; Regular v ire
Noils: Galvanized Wire Ni!i; Larce Head
Roofin? Naili; Single Loop Bale Tie.; "PitU-b-irgh
Perfect" Fcnciac. AU mads cf Ocn
If you are intereited in Wire Fencing, write
for FREE copy of our ALMANAC 1913
Pittsburgh Steel Co.
E V, Mil ion. President. T. J Curtis, Vice President Dr. C. H. Vaught, Secty. " E. Deatherage, Treas
M'dson Tobacco Warehouse Company.
DI EC O S
Capital $33,000.00 . Telephone 66.
Dr. C H. Vaught. T. J. Smith. Marion Coy. J. M. Haden.
Our new hteel warehouse is ready. The best lighted and equipped warehouse in Kentucky.
Capacity 300,000 pounds daily, stable room for 200 horses, shed room for 150 loads of tobacco.
No danger cf damage. Financial responsibily
Guarantee Sales Every Day.
Bes; extt ri n 1 1 lut. ee n t-r o aluise nu abow tobacco. Full competition of the buying trade
dO'JSS. OEEN PAY AND NIGHT.
Telephone us 66 we are glad to have you use our phone. Tobacco insured FREE. Stalls for
your teams free. Come see our splendid new house. Haul your tobacco to us where "you have
plenty of room and individual attention to each basket, where you can better control sale as to time
and orice Fler.trio prizing power.
te iie ritiviMgpu f .1m pkdbs heirn-ei Ve expect to continue to get just as much
for your tobacco as could be gotten in any market in the county. A SQUARE DEAL TO EVERY
BODY. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. incorporated.
A Good Stomach
MI.O-NA Stomach Tablets are guar
anteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son to
end indigestion and give you a good
vigorous stomach, or money back.
They relieve after dinner distress in five
minutes. GO cents.
MI-O-NA for belching of gas.
MI-O-NA for distress after eating.
MI-O-NA for foul breath.
MI-O-NA for loss of appetite.
MI-O-NA for heartburn.
MI-O-NA for sick headache.
MI-O-NA for night sweats.
MI-O-NA for bad dreams.
MI-O-NA after a banquet.
MI-O-NA for vomiting of pregnancy.
Makes rich, pure blood puts vigor,
vim, vitality into the whole bodv.
Free trial treatment from Booth's
MI-O-NA, Buffalo, N. Y.
Mr. Price Bourne is down with grip.
Mr. John Sutton continues ill of
Mrs. Eliza Aldridge has been on the
Mrs. Wm. Blanks after several
months illness of rheumatism and grip
is still confined to her room.
J. W. Mahan preached two instruc
tive sermons last Sunday morning and
evening to his Mt. Hebron congrega
tion. Mrs. J. V. Swope and son H. B.
have returned from Junction City
where they have been visiting rela
tives. Messrs Jim Turner and Jesse San
ders made a trip to Lexington Sunday
Mr. Turner was the guest of his par
ents of that place.
Miss ATary Chesnut and brother Tom
have returned from Lexington where
they have been visiting the families of
Messrs John Woods and T. J. Herring.
Mr. D. P. Burdette who had lost
connection with his church at Pleasant
Grove tor a number of years was re
claimed Sunday as a member in full
From some unknown cause the hear
ing of Mrs. J. B. Kemper became so
impaired that she was almost totally
deaf. Her hearing is fully restored at
this time and she is rejoicing over the
Mr. J. B. Kemper has a pecan tree
that he planted in his garden 30 years
ago; last fall being the first time it had
attained to fruitage. Mr. Kemper is
very proud of hi3 tree now and has
been anxiously awaiting the time when
he could enjoy the nuts from it as he
is doing this winter, is one of
the best horticulturists in this
vicinity and has made many success
ful experiments of this kind.
In New York Society
Beautsful Women Of The 400 Who Have
In gay New York, where women get
ideas from their foreign sisters, the
hair tonic called PARISIAN Sage at 50
cents is in great demand.
PARISIAN Sage i3 the discoverd of
a well known scientist, and he claims
most emphatically that it is the only
hair preparation that will kill the per
sistent dandruff germs.
At any rate the Giroux Mfg. Co., of
Buffalo, N. Y.t American manufacturers
of PARISIAN Sage, give out through
R. E. McRoberts & Son guarantee, the
strongest ever given:
"We guarantee PARISIAN Sage to
end dandruff in two weeks; to stop fall
ing hair; to make dull, lifeless and
colorless hair beautiful and luxuriant;
to cure all itching diseases of the scalp,
or money back."
Miss Gertrude Adams is having
trouble with her eye.
Master Harvey Anderson still
continues critically ill of pneumonia
Grimes and Gill sold their crop of
about 8,000 pounds of tobacco at Den-
Annie Dema, little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Cress, who has been so
ill of pneumonia, is convalescent.
Mr. William Barnes, of Gilberts
Creek, conducted religious services Sat
urday night at Mr. John Richardson's.
Miss Lizzie Pet'tus was elected
president of the Home Department in
our Baptist Sunday school a good
Rev. E. B. English, of Hartford Kv.,
will preach at the Baptist church Sat
urday morning and Sunday night. Sun
day school at 9:30. B. Y. P. U. at 5:30.
Sunday P. M.
One of our correspondents says a thief
broke in and "stole two belles and a
water cooler' '. We think the miscreant
must have been a very classy specimen
of the light fingered gentry. It is a
bunang question why he "swiped" a
water cooler .in dead of winter yet
stranger still how he could tsucceed in
stealing two belles, when some of our
bachelor friends in this locality could
never be so successful as to steal one,
If You Own One.
Then you ought to know that drug
gists everywhere will hand you a bottle
of Booth's HYOMEI for only" 50 cents.
Pour a few drops "of HYOMEI into the
inhaler and start this very day to
breathe the healing Balsamic vapor and
destroy the Catarrh germs.
With eyery package of Booth's
HYOMEI comes a little booklet which
explains how easy it is to end the mis
ery of Catarrh and Croup. It is made
of Australian Eucalyptus and contains
no harmful drug.
But best of all R. E. McRoberts is
authorized to refund your money if you
are dissatisfied. If you haven't the
HYOMEI inhaler ask for the complete
outfit. $1. Just breathe it No stomach
CAN BE CURED
I Wilt .Prove it-tb You Kee
7ou Tito are suBerlns toe tortnrts of Eczema. Itch. Salt Rheum or other
kfn diseases ou whose days are mlseranle. whose niehts aie'made sleep,
ess by the terrible ltchlci;. burning pains, let masend you a trial of a sootb
tug. hcallDK treatment which la- cured hundreds, which I believe will curs
vou. I will send it lree. no-taie ra d. without anv obligation on nmr mn.
lust All the coupon below and mall it to me. or write me. clvlcg your name, see and address.
I will send the treatment tree or cost to you.
. - CUT AND MAIL TO DAT-- - --..
J. C. HUTZELL, 123 West Main St., Fort Wayne, Ind.
Please send without cost or ol ligation to me your Free Proor Treatment.
J. C. Hutxtt, R. P.
bte Street and No.,
Mr. Wilbert Ray of Madison has bee
a recent visitor here.
Mis3 Lillie Mae Arnold of Lancaster
is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Ed Arnold.
Mr. Forest Stapp and son. Burton,
were visitors in Lexington last waek.
Miss Martha Curtis and brother Carl,
J of Mt. Hebron are visiting their grand
mother Mrs. Hiram Ray.
Rev. H. M. DeMose of Louisville
filled his appointment here Sunday and
was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. C.
Mr. R I. Burton has returned to
Bryantsville after a visit to his mother,
Mrs. Mary Burton, who is seriously ill
at her home here.
The Proof Is la Lancaster Almost at your
The public statement of a Lancaster
sitizen is in itself strong proof for Lan
caster people, but confirmation
strengthens the evidence.
Here is a Lancaster citizen who tes
tified years ago that Doan's Kidney Pills
relieved weak kidneys and now states
the result was permanent. Can anv
sufferer from kidney pills ask better
proof? You can investigate. The case
is right at home.
George Wriglit, carpenter,
St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "I
confirm all that I said in 1903
Doan's Kidney Pills, They do all that
is claimed for them. I suffered a great
deal from my kidneys and back. Pains
through my loins extended to the sides
and over the kidneys. I used Doan's
Kidney Pills and my kidneys became
normal and the pains stopped."
For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents.
Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, New
York, sole agents for tne United States.
Remember the name Doan's and
take no other.
At first the tendency of the manufactur
ers seemed to be toward large and expensive
cars and the needs of the poor man or the
man of moderate means was overlooked.
American ingenuity and common sense sup
plied this need in "The Ford."
The Ford is not only an inexpensive car to
buy but because of its strength and enduring
qualities it is also inexpensive to maintain.
Mr. Joseph Rogers is on the sick list.
Miss Ethel Brock is very low of
Mr. Wm Smith's baby of Cartersville
is very sick at this writing.
Mr. J. D. Carter of Cartersville was
in Lancaster last week on business.
Mr. J. H. Hamilton 13 making pre
parations for a large tobacco crop.
Mr. John Kinnard sold his Tobacco to
Mr. Wm Pennington for 9 cts, in the
Mr. Joe Campbell left last week for
the Mountains where he expectd to
Mr. Ebb Bentley and son, PettU3
visited Mr. Ebb Whited of Copper
Seems that hogs are very scarce in this
community as there are buyers around
every day or so.
Mrs. Vilee Lear has returned home
from a visit to her sister Mrs. Tom
Rigbsy of Rockcastle.
Will be paid to any person havine
any kind of pain or ache, if Shlpp'i
Quick-Relief Liniment fails to give
Instant relief and the purchase price
Is not refunded. Try it and see.
iil'ih,1!! the. "l0 wonderful remedy for re
iievingjpain r have ever used." Cant. An
derson Berry. Lexington, Ky. v
.o,Lse1llls 1Inlnent and the pain and
w t erf?ndlsappe,are? llie magic?WaUer
W. T. Ballenger, Lexington, Kyf
"it 19 thA Anlv ni... ik. 1 -j
n.V.u. r'-'J .viMfcwj luai iias given, me
SIX"el,sl5ceIW?2 paralyzed four years
go. -Mrs. Susan Welborn, Newburg. Ind-
menf it.,. mKff?es and P311" tn,s ,ln.
t ..7i- , "",J """" ever saw.- j. a
Letton, Lexington, Ky.
,,?i?.?llMft B?Te almost Instant relief
?um ""oc?.mEIeteJcuYed m of rheuma
tism.' S.B. iiwalt, Paris, Ky.
If it Fails to Relieve Any Pain in
Any Part of The Bodyjn Fifteen
Minutes, Ask For Your Money Back;.
50c At All Druggists or
JUwboa Rerny Co, Lyxbigtes, Ky.
R. L. ELKIN, Agent.
B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest.
!$b Citizens National Bank
Or LAflUAMKIl, M.
CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS $40,000. ?
W. F. CHAMP, Cashier.
W. O. Pjgney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keeper.
J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walk'er, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs
Lewis L. Walker, C. As Arnold, Directors.
OINLy $3.QO A YEAR.
Let us send in your subscription.
R. E. McRoberts & Son,
THE NATIONAL BANK
.. OF LANCASTER.
A. R. DENNtf,. President.
J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't.
. ' . S. C. DENNY, Casbfer-
R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. " J. L. Gill, Bookkeeper.
,.1 ..I,.,, I, 9
. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent.
WE SOLICIT TOUR BUSINESS.
Samual DJ Cochran;- Alex R, Denny, J. H. Posey, J. EL
Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W.' M. Elliott, Directors.