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record, Thursday May 22 1915.
Page 7 mm I tor the ccpt CHILDREN'S TICKETS admit children aged six to SEED In order to get good results, you should use one of the fol lowing Planters: HOOSIER OR KENTUCKY, JANESVILLE J. I. CASE. We have them with open wheels and check rowers at attractive prices. ENGAGE YOUR TWINE FROM US NOW pecker, gallard 8c Scott, PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. nunc ruuury iuit:jra R 4-11-44 lL J-F CURES JTJ Cholera, Gapes, Limbcrncck, Roup, Canker, KVcii.'i'S'Ev Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry U'ac,tl.rUow.. Kr..r "On. 4tv J Kk 4-tM1 lmw-l Am th. MM i.pm dwkra ilU tt wrm J tin ih cttk it.dr. lliithtMlttvMT.Ik.trnuwd. Mrg. tii Gatriitica ij J. BtbL Cromt. Birditows, Ky. Pries SOc it ill Orayiitt. old 11 Y K K. .McRo!)crts. Druggist, Lnncnster. Ky SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI and RETURN Sunday, May 2brd ROUND TRIP $1.50 FROM JUNCTION CITY SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY bi3S A. M. W. 0. Funeral Director Olllco Phone 18. Lancaster, DAKOTA JACK Tbe MofthoMttrn Cowboy OKIOINATOR Or FURSUY'3 INDIAN HERBS K'aaHaaaaaaaaaaH rw rTr REPPATH CHAUTAUQUA In irr.-.nginjj lo inaugurate this Chautauqua this year the local committee bought 600 $2.50 season tickets which will be sold, while they last, by them for $2.00 each. When th esc tickets arc exhausted no season tickets thereafter can be had for less than $2.50. Also, the price of season tickets will not be reduced from the first day to the close of the Chautauqua. single admissions to the respective entertainments see program. Season within the owner's family. ALL CHILDREN CORN Atk Ticket Agent for Particulars II. C. KINCI. IWr and Title! Atfenl 101 East Main St., Lckington, Ky. RIGNEY and Embalmer. Residence Phone 33. Kentucky. mmamKmmmmmmimsmsimt Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have made hit name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Barks and Derrles. For treatment of Human Diseases. Purtlcy's Indian lleibs-U Days' Treatment, 11.00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment iS Dakota Jack's Crcme Soap, frlce !0, J bars 25c .O.L ON IALC AT C. C & J. E. Stormes and R. E. HcRoctrls. v-t-.. .ww ARE ADMITTED I FALLING HAIR OR I ITCHING SCALP. I N'ow that Parisian Sage -an inex I H-nsive iireparaliun that supplies every hair and scalp need- can be had from It. K. McRoberts, it Is certainly need less to have thin, brittle, matted, stringy or faded hair. No matter how unsightly, your hair, how hndly it is falling, or how much damlrulT, Parisian Sage n all that is needed. Every trace of dandrulT is removed with one applica tion, the hair roots are nourished and stimulated to grow new hair, itching scalp and fulling hair ceae. Parisian Sage is certainly one of the most invigorating tonics, and will snrely i make your hair soft, abundant nml radi ant with life and beauty. i IIAMMACK I Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hall visited his ' parents Sunday. Menefee McQuerry had a nice milk ' cow to die Saturday. , Miss Mary Uoss visited her sister i Mrs. Sam Hurt last week. Mi. L' t .. L--..II .... : 1 - a tia i auiiwicr en it. r milieu a number of friends Saturday night. Misses Nettie Faulkner and Rena Pointer visited the Misses Dillon Sunday Sally Mae Craves was the guest of her sister Mrs Dolman Drown Saturday. Mrs. Susie Archer was called to Jel lico last week to attend her brother's funeral. Miss Katie Clark of Carteraville vis ited her sist.tr, Mrs. II. M. McQuerry last week. Mrs. Fannie Cross of Thrifty Texas, was called to the bedside of her mother Mrs. Mary Hammack. Phone Walton E. Moss 354 -K for prices on strawberries by the crate for preserves. Do it now. Mr. and Mrs. Clell Thomas of Lex ington were guests of her sister, Mrs. Far.me Gaatineau Sunday. Mrs. Marv Hammack is very ill at the home of her son, O. L. Hammack, ' at Paint l.lck at this writing. For A Torpid Liver. "1 have used Chamberlains Tablets ulT and on for the past six J ears when ever my liver shows signs of being in a disordered condition. They have al was acted iUickly and given me the desired relief." writes Mrs K. II. Tru I bus, Spnngville. N. Y. For sale by all dealers. STANFORD Miss Lizzie Grimes, of Lancaster, is the guest of her sister Mrs. Will Porter. Mrs. J. S. Owsley is at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. McAlwain in Frank lin. Miss Allie Yantis, of Lancaster, is visiting friends in the West End of this county. Mrs. Walter Saunders, who has been quite ill fur several days is greatly im proved. Mrs. Jesse C. Lynn spent the week end in Frankfort with her husband, (Japt Jess Lynn. Mrs. John Charles Osborne, of Knox ville, is the guest of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren. Mrs. Orr, of Covington, who has been the guest of her brother, W. O. Speed In the West End has returned home. W. S. Drye und Mrs. Lucy Miller Hartley attended commencement ex ercises at Hustonville Friduy evening. Mis, W. L. McCarty has been con fined for several days on account of ill ness at her liomj on East Main street. Mrs. Wallace Gover and little daugh ter, of Crab Orchard, have been the guests of Mrs. Maggie Gover for several days. Miss Nancy Ycager was the guest of Mrs. Ernest Frank in Danville for the Kappa Alpha Dance last Thursday evening. Mrs. William Hopper, of Louisville who lias been the guest of .Mrs. Kate Hopper returned the first of the week to her home. Mrs. Mack Walls died at her home near McKinney last week after a long illness, aged 33. The burial took place at McKinney. Wesley Naylor. age 18 and Miss Viola Curtis, were united In marriage recently. They are both infants In the TO THE CHILDREN'S WORK FREE. eye) of the law. Mrs. Alfred Kails, of llrestwood. who has been lure at thu bedside of her mother, Mrs. T. I). Newland, returned home last week, her mother being much Improved. The remains of Mrs. Joe Munday were brought here Wednesday from St Louis, Mo., for burial. Mrs. Munday was formally from this citv. She leaves a husband and several children. The Stanford High School track team which acquitted itself very creditably at Danville recently will go to Lexing ton Saturday to take part In the In terscholastic tournament to be held at Statu University. Hill Lee and John Green, both color ed, were given fiO days in jail for sel ling whiskey. They are well-known in court, having had to appear before the Police Judge several times previous for the same ufTense. Col. George D. Weatherford. of Hustonville celebrated his fiftieth birth day by entertaining about seventy-five of his friends at an elaborate supper. Col. Weatherford Is postmaster at Hustonville and has a host of friends in Lincoln county, as well as in other counties, who enjoyed this affair and wish that he may live many more years. What Is iho Best Remedy For . Constipation? This Is a question asked us many times each day. The answer is Wo guarantee them to bo satisfactory to you. bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRoberts PAINT LICK Mrs. Mid Ross was hostess at an ele gant dining on Sunday. Miss Mary Lear returned Saturday from a visit to Louisville. Mrs. It. G. Woods and children spent Tuesday in Nicholasville. Dr. Montgomery of Bryantsville made our city a visit the past week. Miss Jessie Parks is at home from the Xormal School at Richmond. Miss Moberly. of Kirksville, is the gutst of Mrs. Oscar Hammack. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Guynn were visitors in Jessamine the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Robinson are rejoicing over the arrival of a fine boy. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hammack, of Lancaster, spent several days here th& past week. The Misses Estridge entertained the II. Y. P. U. in a delightful manner Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Seale of Lancas ter, were guests of Mr, and Mrs. Tom Logsden on Sunday, W. D. Rogers returned the eleventh from a visit to his father, Mr. Frank Rogers at Franktort. Phone Walton E. Moss, 334-F. for prices on strawberries by the crate for preserves. Do it now. Mr. and Mrs. Saulley Hughes and son, Sautley, Jr, were week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Francis. Rev. Godbey of College Hill, and Rev llrowu of Uerea began a series of ser vices ut Walnutta on Sunday. Rev. J. A. Trostle, evangelist for Transylvania Presbytery, filled the pul pit at 01J Paint Lick Sunday morning. There will be a box supper at the Graded School building Friday evening. Every body is cordially invited to come. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Parks, of Jen kins Ky, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs W. F. Purks and Mr. und Mrs. Robert Ledford. Miss Alma Lear arrived Tuesday from Jackson Ky., where she has been engaged as instructor of music for the past school term. The enterprising firm of Hervey & Woods have added a new and complete line of furniture and will carry same in connection with their grain and feed business. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cotton and son, Mrs. David Rosi, Mrs. Sallio Rots Law son, Master George Lawson, Miss Hel en Gulley and Mrs. Ellen Owsley of Lancaster were the guests of Mrs. Mid Ross on Sunday. Mrs. Fannie Cross of Texas. Is with her brother, Mr, Oscar Hammack, hav ing been called here by the serious ill nest of her mother, Mrs. Jack Ham mack. Mrs. Hammack, we are glsrl w. tickets are non-transferable fourteen years inclusive to state, Is somewhat Improved at this writing. The Paint Lick Graded School closed Its third year on Friday. There were no graduates this year from the High School department, and as the older pupils had given a number of entertain- mcnts during the year, the final enter tainment was given by the little folks I in Miss Rich's department on Thursday ! evening. This entertainment which was brief and delightful, was followed by , an interesting and instructive talk by ! Mr. Calfer of Uerea. CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY Mrs. Laura Duke of Carthage, Tenn., was a victim of stomach disorders for several years. She lost appetito and her weight fell off. She could not rest at night. She took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Just a few doses and found herself restored. In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was so rapid she was afraid that It could be only temporary. So she watted from September, when sho took the remedy, until tho following February to pass judgment. Then she wrote: "I wrlto you In regard to your won derful stomach remedy that I took last September. I feci better than I have In five years. "My weight was 12714 pounds; now it Is H7M. and I can eat anything I want I sleep well at night. I would have written before, but I wanted to see how I got along." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives per manent results for stomach, liver and fntcstlnal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In tho stomach and around the heart. Get one bottle of your druggist now and try It on an absolute guarantee If not satis factory money will bo returned. ANY BODY CAN GET A HOME Any Good Man Can Get From One To Ten Years To Pay For It. I have four first class farms, con taining about 1400 acres of Garrard County's best soil, which I will cut in to parcels to suit purchasers, in amounts from five acres to an entire farm. 310 acies, fertile soil, on good pike, two miles from a thriving village and 1J miles from one of the best graded schools in the State, conducted by four experienced teachers, children conveyed to and from school at the expense of the District; intelligent, cultured and hospitable people for neighbors, in two miles of High Uridge, where boating, and other methods of entertainment are at hand. Five room residence, two tenant houses, 3 acre tobacco barn, 150 acres in grass. Farm is ner the pro posed million dollar dam to be con structed on Kentucky river, which will furnish electric light for the entin coun try. It can be divided irto three farms. The Uuster llrown farm near Camp Dick Robinson, 410 acres, five good barns, all new, splendid residence, thirty foot concrete silo, concretepools, lots of hemp, corn, and tobacco land. Robinson Drothers farm contains 350 acres, one stuck barn, two tobacco barns, seven room residence. Most of I this is sand stone land and any farmer in Garrard county knows this kind of land is the land that grows the highest price tobacco, us well as corn and hemp. The evidences ore on the farm to bear cut this statement. This farm is located on the Kemper Lane near Lexington pike. The Ueazley farm, one and one half miles from Lancaster, on Lexington pike, 290 acres, gcHxl brick residence, tobacco barn, stock barn, in reach of the Lancaster Graded school. The soil is splendid, well watered and the farm fronts one and one quarter miles on the Lexington pike, In easy reach of town and the entire front can be used as building sites, which I propose to cut In any size to suit purchaser. I will exchange any of this property for Garrard county property at the same price I will sell for cash. If you wish to exchange, come with yours priced as you would sell for cuslu You can get this land just as cheap by ex change as by purchase if you desire to change your location. Now these are four as good farms as there are In the county. If you have been a failure, in life, stay at home. If you are the kind who never dreads any failures, I want to see you. These are live farms and want to see live men. Call on or write, J. I. Hamilton, Lancaster Ky, k I EG ex- Of BOURBON FOLITRY CCRE down a chick's tbroat cures pais, A few drop lo toe drinking water cures ana prevents cholera, diarrhoea amlothercblckd!eae" One Hie Inntle makes 12 rallonn of medicine At all jrucpit. Sample and Ixmklet on '-ni- ,. caeioi kowis" sent JTlEIi rjgjjir Bourbon Remedy Co. bLtrus, I; Sold by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. ISO BABIES LOST. The illustrated Sunday Herald of Cork says there was on the LusitaniaSO babies who were less than 12 months old and more than 100 others whose ages did not reach two years. They all have been drowned. The babies were the talk of the ship and everybody tried to look after them when the time came. There are numerous cases recovered where both passengers and crew stripped them selves of their own lifebelts to put around the little ones, but it was use less and about 150 of the infants, it is calculated, died from shock and ex posure. They were afterwood seen floating in the water with lifebelts tied around their little bodies, but they wtre past saving. Their mothers recovered conscious ness in the rescuing boats only to find that the little ones they were hugging to their bosoms were dead. Onemothtr lost all her three young children, one six years, one four, anc the third a babe in arms, six months old. She herself lives. She held up the three of them in the water, all the time shrieking for help. When rescued by a boat party the two elder children were dead. Their room was required on the boat and the mother was brave enough to realize it. "Give them to me," she shrieked, "Give them to me, my bonnie wee things. I will bury them. They are mine to bury as they were mine keep." With her hair streaming down her back and her form shaking with sor row she took hold of each little one from the rescuers and reverently placed it in the water again, and pec pie in the boat wept with her as she murmured a little sobbing prayer to great God above. Hut her cup of sorrow was not yet completed for just as the rescuers were landing her third and only remaining child died In her arms. Backache Miss Myrtle Cothrum, of Russellville, Ala., says: "For nearly a year, I suf fered with terrible back ache, pains in my limbs, and my head ached nearly all the time. Our family doctor treated me, but only gaveme temporary relief. I was certainly in bad health. My school teacher advised me to TAKE Cardui The Woman's Tonic 1 took two bottles, In all, and was cured. 1 shall always praise Cardui to sick and suffering wo men." II you suffer from pains peculiar to weak women, such as head ache, backache, or other symptoms ol womanly trouble, or il you merely need a tonic lor that tired. nervous, worn-out feel ing, try Cardui. e- CLAIMS ALLOWED BY FISCAL COURT. The followiiigis a coK.plete list of the claims allowed by the Fiscal Court of Garrard County at the regular October Term. 1011 up to am) including the April term, 1&15, vis. Claims for work on County roads. (Continued from last week) Claims allowed ftr won. n the Turn pike roads, labor material k c, same paid out of the Treasury, the "Road Fund" as shown h ; Treasurers Settlement with the Kic... Court at the April Term 1&I5 for ti e year 1011. Adams Clarence 3 claims $ II 22 Anderson Jess 1 (XI Adams Ambrose 2 otaims 3 12 Arnold W. A. 2 claims 28 50 Adams Farris 3 75 Arnold Ed 5 15 Anderson Roy 45 76 Arnold C. A. 87 00 Adams J. F. 20 00 Howling Green 16 50 Dronston Chas 3 claims 8 12 Reazley Allen 38 claims 210 43 liottrms John 0 claims 42 80 Mallard J. C. 61 27 UoianJoe 15 00 Ilurnside John 2 claims 9 12 Uroaddus George 2 claims 226 00 Hourne A. M. 1 00 Rroaddu' G. 2 claims 212 41 Roian R. C. 238 50 Bolton John G 23 Coulter C. W. 2 claims 1C77 80 Cottrell Henry 1 25 Clark Pen 4 claims 19 37 Cowan Arch 18 clim3 87 (-7 Cox II: II. 6 claims 165 C9 Clark and Grimes 4 claims 218 20 Coress Geo 65 Cowan George 2 claims 8 75 Coleman CIel and Sons ' 92 28 Covert Wm 10 00 Gores James 2 claims 22 00 Dunn Edgar 2 claims 10 62 Duddcrar J. F. 10 00 Davis Thomps CO Dunnenbar John 2 50 Dunn Jake 3 claims 12 50 Davis A. L. 6 75 Dean Ilarve 5 00 Elmore J. W. Treas 800 00 Estes S. G. 9 claims 305 06 East Walter 3 claims 27 50 East Reno 10 00 Evans Louzo 1 25 Evans Lee 2 60 Emmons Tom 7 60 Farris Bill 2 claims 15 00 Foster James 4 claims 104 60 Farra J. M. j 16 60 Graham Setzer Co 4 60 Grant A. S. -3 75 Grow Walter '4 36 Gibbs Robert 4 claims 22 45 Gafney Walter 3 claims 91 65 Hughes Fred 10 00 Ham B. P. 9 claims 387 70 Ham Newell 5 00 Huffman Geo 1 00 Humber Wm. 17 claims 91 02 Harry Brothers 53S 88 Hudson & Hughes 103 38 Huffman W. L. 13 50 Herring Bright 26 25 Herndon Wm. 7 50 Hughes Bros 179 50 Ison C. F. 425 00 Irvine Lem 2 claims 10 00 Ison Logan 2 60 Jones J. A. 2 claims 3 00 Kelley James 2 50 Kennedy John 1 25 Kennedy Alex 1 25 Kavanaugh Bert S claims 29 99 Kauffman Geo 1 00 Kelley Adam 2 claims 6 10 Litteral David 1 50 Land, N. R. R. Co 2 claims 34 73 Locker Bronston 4 claims 10 65 Lawson Henry 9 claims 31 25 Leavell Lucian 12 claims 55 84 Leavell Tom 8 claims 37 41 Logan Chas 1 90 Long Willie 1 25 Long R. 1 25 Leavell Kinnaird . 6 25 Locker James a claims 55 17 Lane Ed 2 claims 1 24 Leavell Taylor 3 claims 13 70 Moberly Jim 2 50 Mullins John 1 25 Moberly John 14 claims 83 72 Middleton Wm 2 00 Marsee Tom 12 claims 118 10 McMurtry Tom 20 00 Matlock A. E. 2 60 Mullins Cliff 6 25 Mayfield Bert 23 claims 101 82 Martin Frank 38 00 Montgomery Elgin 25 00 Montgomery Frank 2 claims 43 72 Ogg Bnd McMurty 266 GO Pumphrey J. W. 5 80 Preston Huke 55 25 Robinson Harve 22 claims 181 07 Ray Frank 6 claims 293 .11 Ray Jerry 4 claims 10 60 Ray Hiram 5 claims 27 50 Ray and Anderson 3 claims 203 21 Ray Geo N. ' 8 50 Robinson Will 26 25 Robinson Henry 6 00 Ray J as 34 66 Swinebroad G. A. 23 76 Shelby Herman 2 claims 7 60 Scott Marshall 1 35 Standard Oil Co 37 76 Smith John, 3 claims 13 62 Stoltz and Locker, 4 claims 1C2 78 Smith John 3 claims 16 85 Stewart James 14 06 Sutton James 8 25 Scott Eb 3 claims 253 04 Shepherd J, L, 93 70 Sweeney J W. 4 80 Sanders Bros 14 43 Tevls Cole 6 90 Tudor Woods 18 22 Turner AIvls 8 75 Tester Meade S3 (Hi (Continued next week.)