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KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1911 good women of Garrard and Lincoln are nobly cooperating for contribution and rolief of needy and deservieg families in country round about. There are people who are not or asking help, but are all the same truly deserving as well as grateful for help received. Change Of Window. NUMBER 35. It U a most worthy token that the ,g?7gj MMMWMMfMfrBMmfimMi.MM com-pfainini- ng HEATING AND I will have my Christmas window in the Store room used by the Circle Girls last week instead of'Mr. E. W. Harris store, Saturday December 9th. All kinds of Fancy work, Stentiling, Etc. Mrs. L. N. Miller. An Old Time Tobacco Raiser. Toys,., Toys a PLUMBING. s We use the best material the market affords. Let us make you an estimate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. Ben Roe who was one of the first men to raise tobacco in this county on an exteasive scale was here for a few hours last Friday. Ben is one of the best colored citizens who ever made Lancaster his home. He now holds a splendid position with the Gaar-Sco- tt Threshing Machine Co. at Richmond, For Girls and Boys. Also targe Assortment of k Ind. XMAS&HOUDAY Turner. Mr. Cyrus Turner one of the most esteemed of Kirksville's citizens died suddenly on Monday of heart trouble. His remains interred in the cemetery at Kirksville Tuesday, the Masons, of which body he was a member, conducting the funeral. The deceased was a brother of Mr.. S. M. Turner of McCreary. Mrs. Hollins Rejoices. CUFTS To Suit Everybody. IMiitlilli Judge Charles A. Hardin. Judge Charles A. Hardin who was chosen by the people of the Thirteenth Judicial District, without opposition, at the recent November election to occupy the position of Circuit Judge, may be expected to, and we fully believe will, reflect as much credit upon the exalted office which he occupies as any of his distinguished predecessors, and will fully verify the faith which his constituents have placed in him. Judge Hardin is eminently fitted for the position to which he has been elected, both by birth and by training. His father before him. the late Charles A. Hardin Sr. of Mercer county was a circuit judge in the district extending westward from Mercer county before the adoption of the new constitution, and when this county was not in the district. Judge Hardin Sr. was a noted jurist and was a just and popular judge and a splendid gentleman, and whose example the younger judge will do well to, and no doubt will emulate. The present Judge Hardin's mother was the daughter of Gov. Beriah Magoffin, Kentucky's "war governor".-Jud- ge Hardin has passed through with flying colors what might be aptly termed" the training school for circuit judges", namely, he has served the district over which he now presides as Commonwealth's Attorney for six years, and while giving splendid satisfaction in that capacity, he also fitted himself for the higher position which he now occupies. A polished and courteous gentleman a man with a keen perception of right and wrong, capable of exercising the sternness which is in keeping with his office, and yet thoroughly in sympathy with the shortcoming and frailties of human nature, broad minded enough to exercise clemency where clemency is due, it is expected that when he leaves the circuit bench of the district that his name will be placed among, and will stand out preeminently with the long list of those who have served with distinction in that capacity in the district. As we go to press, Judge Hardin is presiding and from all sides comes words of praise for him. He is "Making Good satisfying lawyers, litigants and the general public. HASELDEN BROS M following inscription was received from Mrs. M. A. Hollins, a good friend and valued subscriber to the Record, and well known to many Lancaster people, and who now resides in Pass Christian Miss: "I feel very proud of old Garrard and glad she redeemed herself at last election. Congratulate the Record on her good work' Always Polite. A post card bearing the SANTA CLAUS STORE. Ml ill) HilyU'wMiE CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. H&S&eBS . Mr. W. I. Williams of Tulsa Okla., who is nothing if not polite, was interrogating a witness in a case in which Mr. Williams represented one of the litigants. The wijtness was very deaf and was compelled to use an instrument resembling a horn in order to hear. Mr. Williams in an ordinary tone of will voice said to him: Mr. you kindly place your horn to your ear in order that you may understand me. Editor Sure Of Christinas Feast. . The editor is the recipient of a kind invitation to attend the golden wedding celebration of Mr. William A. Todd at his home near Paint Lick on Xmas eve. Mr. Todd married Miss Elizabeth Boat-righ- t, and all of their children and near relatives as well as many friends will be present to witness the occasion of the golden wedding of this grand old couple. Mr. Todd is one of the most substantial and highly respected citizens of the upper end of the county, and the cheer which will be dispensed on this memorable occasion will be beyond compare. The weather permitting we shall surely be in attendence. WINDOW GLASS Double and Single Strength ALL SIZES AT m Best Shoe For Children. We Guarantee Every -- Lexington Tobacco Sales. Shelburnes Warehouse still in the lead for high prices. The entire sale averaged over $9.50 and the crop of Forrest Calico of this county sold at the following prices $19.25, to-day All Sizes All McROEERTS Drug. Store. 1 -r-- i 'ca vv - r v-- v $19.25, $18.75. $18.00 $17.00, $16.25, $16.25, $15.50, 1$14.75, $14.25, $14.00, $14.00, $13.00, $11.75, $10.00, $7.00, $6.75, average $15.00 for the crop of 4000 lbs. They say that every thing Jas. W. Smith. The House of Quality with any color is selling high, and the good red grades of both wrappers "and fillers are bringing good prices. Shelburne is pulling for the Garrard County trade and will make it pay the people to sell with the Shelburne Tobacco Warehouse Co. , For The Lost Cause. pubThe "Confederate "Veteran" Tenn. is a periodilished at Nashville cal published specifically in the interest . Hon. George O. Florence. ft B H m THE CHALMERS THIRTY. its fourth year of The car wjth an established reputation, Aow in phenomenal success. I m Demountable rims. Self Starter. All completely equipped for v long distance service. Stormes Automobile Agency r mmsm of the survivors of the lost cause, but incidentally contains many valuable articles in regard to the civil war, which would be read with interest by everyone. 1$ is the official organ of gyery Confederate Association in the country, and should be found in every jjome in the entire southland,. The Veteran is in its nineteenth year, is a publication of high standing and.- - the rice is within the reach of all, one Sollar per year, with liberal clubbing rates. Sampe copies will be sent on to the publisher at Nashville enn, Circuit Judge Dies. Flour. Coal, Salt, Singles We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection Flour, Raymond City Coal, all coal, no clinkers Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Woo jingles. Fanning Implements of all kinds. "YfijM84j& WAGONS. GLASS ami SAUNDERS CAMT N1LSON, KY, Judge W. R. Black, of Barbourville, whose term as Judge of the 24th Judical disfrict expired a few days ago, died last week in LouisyiUe. He was suffer ing from some intestinal trouble which required an operation but was told, by his physicians that he had waited too long, "fhe operation was performedl fiowever, resulting in his death. Judge B.lack was appointed by Gov. Willson on the establishment of the new 24th district omposed of Kiqx ana vmupy counts, un gpvts v"e Hon. George Davidson Florence who was appointed by Gov. Willson to All the vacancy in the offiice of Commonwealth's Attorney for the Thirteenth Judicial district occasioned by the elevation of Judge Charles A. Hardin to ,the circuit bench, is a native of Stanford Ky., a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Florence and a nephew of Hon. George M, Davidson. Mr. Florence is but thirty years of age, but has been actively engaged in the practise of law for six years, and is one of the rising young attorneys at the Lincoln bar. Mr. Florence is a young man of attractive personality.a good conversationalist, and an equally good speaker, well versed in the law, having participated in many of the most important cases vjiich have been tried in the Lincoln qounty courts during.his career as an attorney. Fearless,- - strong in his con viotions, he will give to his district the very best service of which he is capable, and a service with which we believe the people will be well satisfied. --We believe that the position to wfcich Mr. Florence has just been appointed. will prove to be but a stepping stone for him to greater things, and that he will reflect great credit on the good county .of Lincoln, the county which has sent out so many eminent lawyers, such as the lamented Judge M. C. Saufley. Judge "W. G. Welch, Judge R. C. Warren and many others' who have passed to their reward, as well as many who are now living and w"ho rank well up in their profession in Kentucky, and among the number at no distant date, we believe will appear the name of George D. Florence, Lancaster DPERA HOUSE AH Week, Commencing Americas Greatest 'Mental Marvel flonday, Dec 18th a 1 TA"- vaa-tri- ct i i. -- We want 50 tons of Timothy Hay, We are prepared to clean .jfepd Wheat at 5c per bushel. pipan it the same dajrybu bring it. . a ygar gf splentf'd. service, Ajr. BJack 18 extensively related tp,tft faKnox.andil$d"&on. counties, hg be? jng a son Qf Mr- - Sajm. Black, of JRigh-pionan4 ft nephew of Hon. Jas. D. and Banker Jno. A. Black of Barbour.-yill- e, - Hm wife and three children survive him, di Knights of Pythias Lodge meets pasgffltttiei Special KOUBfl IriB $4.to. every Thursday eyening now t and. has ihe committee on arrangements m some new members going in. AH this county havesecured a special coach members are requested to "attend as which will leave here at 5.15 A. M. on there js (ari effort going to be made to train No, Q next Tuesday, Dec. 12th. interestrydu. Be on hand every Thurs- larriving at. Frankfort at 9.30 A. M. day evening ana leaving inure on uie return inp at at 4.30 P. M. arriving at Lancaster at At seated; meeiingf Lancaster town g.35 that night. The round trip rate council the following were reported by will be $2.83. good returning ilntil 13th. Dr, earce to represent the Memorial Quite a numberof Garrard county peo Methodist church, on the United Board rple are'tnakingtbeir arrangements to. of Charities, for present winter. Miss attend. TJadges hand for all Jennie Lackey, Mrs. Bright'Swinebroad who go, Be sure tS"hotify-W- . H. Brown R. H. Tomlinson, Walton E. Moss, Jno. or Henry Simpson of your intention of ' . going. M. Mount, The Pastor. .11 THE PEERLESS GIRL MENTALIST Ask her any Question. She Knows. Performance begins at 7:30 o'clook sharp. t V f wiu-beo- n PRICES 10 and 15cts. 3, l s r. U. r-- ja- - -- . - u r,.--. -- i. it mammmmml4tm0hmilAiam hLfaMM i I' - The Central Record INCORPORATED. New Jersey, also as director, on Mon day; John D. Archbold was elected to; succeed him and will ' ' ft in m i.iW - l itmmmmmt mm 1 n un Twas Not Alwavs Tkur Q Issued Weekly. "" ' ' ?1.00 refer to the fact that Judge Walker, a year. over the destinies of that rnmnmtinn. the retirinE circuit judge, ,and George This probably means the retirement from business life of John D.. and he is estimated to possess the largest individual fortune in the world. - hereafter preside1 ?ome , the PaPers o -- distnct ,'.. DEATHS. 357 397 165 339-- J 363-- S 374-- S t-son-in-ia- GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor Entered at the Post Ofilceytu Lancaster, Ky., Mull Matter. its Second-Clas- s Member Kentucky Press Association Succeeding As A Minister. -- , Eighth District Publishqrs League. and Lascaster,'Ky., December 8, 1911. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices $ 5.00 We can load your Wagons with Genuine 4 Strarpt Creel For County Offices 10.00 For State and District Offices 15.00 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line ..- 10 Goes To South Carolina To Reside. For all publications in the interest of individuals or expres' Morrow, "Uie oiu Judge", and a man Mr. Ralnh Arnold nnd fnmiiw will sion of individual views, per to South Carolina in a few days to re- - Sreatly loved throughout the entire 10 line side. He has erected miles of Page district, presided as- judge. Under the Obituaries, per line .05 wire fencing in this county. In the 0,d regJme the offices of Judge jind Palmetto State many of the immense 'Attorney were considerably like the Plantations are beimr cut un in small Position of the "circuit riders" in ANNOUNCEMENTS farms and the demand for fencing is Eastern Kentucky, a great deal of the such that he feels he can do better territory having to be taaversed on For Conaty Judge. there. His brother has been in South horseback, and the last constitutional Carolina for some" time. Mr." Arnold convention took this fact into con- We are authorized to announce Clayhas many friends here who wish him sideration and redistricted the terri ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Countory, both to remove some of-- the. and his family abundant prosperity. ty Judge of Garrard County subject to hardships of the officers and to faciliHarrodsburg Herald. the action of the democratic party. Mr. Arnold is a Garrard county boy, tate the dispatch of business, which We are authorized to announce a son of the late Joseph H. Arnold, and because of the immense amount of James A. Beazley as a candidate for Mrs. Eliza Arnold of this place. He territory which the officers were comCounty Judge of Garrard county, sub- has many friends here who will regret pelled to cover, has become badly congested. ject to the action of the Democratic to see im leave Kentucky, -- Mr. D. V. Nunnelly who was a former resident, of Lancaster, and who was employed as a carriage painter by Mr. W. J. Romans, has just closed a very successful revival at Somerset, the meeting was of two weeks duration and Mr. Nunnelly was assisted by two other ministers, as a result there was fifty four additions to the church. Mr. Nunnelly will continue in the ministry and will at once begin a meeting at Florence, the incoming commonwealth's Raney. attorney, are the- first republicans to occupy these positions, which; fstrue. Mr. George Raney an old and highly But the present constitution" oi the respected citizen of thenortheastern state of Kentucky, which was adopted part of the county died at the home of ,. , , .. . ..n.: in 1RQ1 vnAlai-l-n... .i, .wiauicu tU awwj cubing nis mr. &a. unanaier, near uie J.i off several of the counties to the soutn Buckeye Sunday Morning of the composed the district and, tak- - firmities incident to old age. His re-iin the county of Mercer, which j mains vere placed at rest in the ceme-wa- s not in this district under the old , tery at Buckeye on Monday. Mr. constitution. Before the adoption of Ranev is survived hv onp son Mr. Wil. the new constitution the district- - was Ham Raney and one daughter, Mrs. Ed. composed of the counties of Rock- Chandler, both of castle, Lincoln, Boyle, Mercer, Casey, CAP'T SAMUEL McKEE DUNCAN Pulaski, Russell, Clinton, Wayne, and Garrard and under the constitution as then both the late Judge George Den- Stricken With Heart Failure And Dies At ny jr. and Capt; William Herndon of His Home In This CitySunday this place were commonwealth's atAfternoon.. torney, and Jndge Thomas Zantzinger ch ng . Telephones Installed Since May st, 91 I. 1 1 II G. A. Ballard Miss Fannie Bishop Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R; F. G. Hurt J. Q. Mahan ..... j t J. W. Mahan.; G. A. "Morgan Misses Moss & Lay Dr. R. L. Pontius Crab Orchard St, ..Residence Water St. Residence 3 M Richmond pike. Residence 6 M Lexington pike. . Residence v r. '. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. 186 365 383-- U A w -- - - 'James Rankin 384-T. C. Rankin 213 Turner & Carpenter 381 Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. Residence Bright's Bend. Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. Grocery Campbell St. Residence Crab Orchard St. in your telephone book. Incorporated. this-count- y. Miss Margaret Zanone Paste'this The.Bastin Telephone Co. Lancaster, Ky Coal --- AT 13c PER BUSHEL Purity, a first patent flour guaranteed at $5.75 per barrel and $3.00 for half barrels. Just the size for your pantry. A-- l- FEED of all kinds. HUDSON AND it I I I1 1 I III' I r - Phone 26. -- tr . Tr Hfkneaster, Ky. Like a bolt of lightning from a clear sky came tie sad intelligence of the death of Cap't Samuel M. Duncan at his home on Sunday afternoon. While. Cap't. Duncan for the last few years had been subject to severe attacts of heart trouble, and on more than one occasion had fallen and sustained slight injuries, his health within the last few weeks was thought to have materially improved. On Sunday morning he was up town, in his usual good spirits and attended service at the Presbyterian church. Shortly afternoon he went into a stubble field near the family home to look after some hogs, his sister, Miss Jennie, remonstrated with him, but he insisted upon going; party. the field was only a short distance The Plum Tree. Coming Soon. from the house and his sisters, Miss Filled with fruit and ready for the Jennie and Mrs. Gill watched him from The manager of the Opera House has For Sheriff. secured an unusual attraction for the shaking is the plum tree and many the doorway, suddenly he was seen to We are authorized to announce C. A. week of Dec, 18th. "Ita" the 17 year will be the lucky person who will bene- reel and fall, and before assistance Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of old girl Mentalist, she comes with the fit thereby when Gov. McCreary and could reach him, life was extinct. Garrard County, subject to the action highest endorsements from theaters in his cabinet are inducted into office on Mr. Jesse Doty and James Hatcher of the Democratic party. the large cities of the United States December 12. Following is list of the who saw him fall reached him first and more important position which are to assisted in carrying him to the house. We are authorized to announce and Canada as being a mental marvel and one whose performance is really be filled and the salaries pertaining It is always with great difficulty Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff thereto: that we write a line in remembrance of Garrard county, subject to the ac worth going to see. This is the first Governor McCreary Private sec- of a departed friend, year that Ita has appeared in small and in the case tion of the democratic party. cities and towns but so urgent has been retary, $2000; stenographer, $1500; of Sam Duncan, were we capable of We are authorized to announce W. the request from many Southern mana-- . State Examiner and Inspector, $3000 a wielding as fluent a pen as the best L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard gers that she is going to try it this sea- - year and traveling expenses; Adjutant writer in the Uniyerse, we would not county, subject to the action of the son. Her performance will be given in . General, $2000 members of the Board feel capable of doing justiee to his addition to three feature reels of pic- - of Control, $2500; members of Equaliza- - memory; but here among his home democratic party. tures,andon account of the performance tion Board, $5 a day, people where he' was born and raised running so long, but one show nightly Auditor Bosworth Assistant Au- it requires no eulogy to commemorate It consists of household and kitchen furniture, For Assessor. will begin starting promptly at 7.30 o'- ditor, $3900; 12 clerks, $1500 each; in him, for his memory will ever occupy Land Office, $4200, private secretary, a warm spot in the heart of every perWe are authorized to announce Dave clock. old style and new; live stock; bank stock; farming im$900; State Fire Marshal, "$2,400, In- son in Lancaster, for every C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor one, young Young Ladies Injured In Runaway. surance Commissioner, $3,000; Deputy and old, knew and loved him. Warm of Garrard county subject to the ac On Tuesday morning while Misses Commissioner, $2000; clerk, $2000; hearted and generous, not willing to plements of every variety; crops; farms and distillertion of the democratic party. . Kate and Mary Holtzclaw, daughters actuary, $1500. share but to give all to a friend if it We are authorized to announce Mr. of Mr. John Attorney General Ga.nett First and should be desired; kind to the young, Holtzclaw of the Gilberts E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomiies. Sale will begin at Creek neighborhood, were driving to second assistants, $3500 each; third nation of Assessor of Garrard County, school, while coming down the hill assistant, $2400; law clerk, $1500, courteous to his elders and sociable with all, his death will be a source of subject to the action of the democratic just north of Mrs. Fannie Farra's stenographers, $1200 and $600, deepest sorrow to all. No more lovparty. State Treasurer Rhea Assistant ing tribute to his memory than the residence, one of the shafts of their We are authorized to announce J. B. buggy broke, the horse became fright- $1500; Clerk, $1200. love and respect which is entertained Secretary of State Crecelius Collier as a candidate for the nomina- ened and ran away. The young ladies for him by the members of his old tion for assessor of Garrard county, were thrown out and Miss Kate was sistant, $1800; Chief $2,000; Company, Co. L. 2d Regiment, which subject to the action of the democratic dragged for some distance by the Bank Clerk, $1500; Recording Clerk, he recruited her in Lancaster at the P. Chandler, Auctioneer. party. rapidly moving vehicle and .sustained $1500; Stenographer, $1500. n outbreak of the war, Wo nro mifltnrivorl te annminno TAT severe cuts and bruises about the ' Superintendent of Instruction Ham- - took them to Lexington and thence to $1500, $1000, $850. however, luckily no Hones were lett-ClChicamauga; to the members of his L. Huffman for a candidate for assess-- 1 Commissioner of Agriculture New- - command he gave the kindly care and She was taken to the home or of Garrard county subject to the of her aunt, Mrs. S. B. Henry, and a- - man Assistant $1200; State Labor In- - attention of a father more than that of action of the Democratic party. side from the pain and inconvenience in spector, $1200; Secretary Board of a military commander, did one of consequence of her thrilling experience Agriculture, $1500; stenographer, them get sick he ministered to them, For Magistrate. she is resting very easily, and will $1200, were they in trouble he stood by them, Appellate Court Clerk Greene-Fo- ur andif necessary he would have lain We. are authorized to announce soon be out. Miss Mary was uninjured. clerks and stenographer from down his life in their "behalf, and they John N. White as a candidate for First Step Toward Organization. appropriation of $6000. Magistrate, in the first district of Garto a man both officers and tren all but rard county, subject to the action of The city council on Monday evening worshiped himv Negro Row Results Seriously. the demscratic party. Capt. Duncan was 52 years old at the took the first step toward the organizaThe colored people of the county time of his death, he was the son of Board Of Chari- W nrf nnthnri?fr1 tn nnnnnnnp 'Wnl tion of an Associated ' the late Dr. Benjamin and Jean Logan ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis - b"e8. b appointing a committee from celebrated Thanksgiving in the country their number to meet with the commit with their usual quota of festivals, McKee Duncan, both of whom decended trtA in tv, first distrint nf OnrrQrH and from good old Virginia stock, and County, subject to the action of the tees f rom the various churches, f rater- suppers and such entertainments as usually is the case more or less bad Cap't Duncan inherited from them the " "ai """. democratic party. some oi wnuiu uavt aireauy ueen ap- whiskey was in evidence, and of a innate instincts and principles which pointed, and we hope the delinquents necessity several fights were indulged made him the noble gentleman that he The celebrated McNamara Dynamit- - will lose no time in supplementing them in, one of which resulted in a killing. was. He is survived by two brothers, mg case, which has created excitement As soon as all the bodies have appoint- - ' as is generally tne case wnere tnere is Judge William McKee Duncan oF all over the United States because of ed representatives it is the purpose for a killing" among an assemblage of Louisville and Mr.John M. Duncan of Having sold my farm and decided to go to Florida I will sell at the prominence of the accused and all of them to get together and organ- - colored people, particulars are hard to this place, and five sisters, Mrs. W. O. on their intimate association with organiz ize and place the movement on a work- - secure, everyone having a different Bradley of Frankfort, Mrs. W. S. of Atlanta Ga., Mrs. 'Charlotte ing basis. It is to be hoped that there story to relate,, which as a general ed labor, was brought to a sudden close in Los Angeles Cal. last week by will be as little delay as possible in this thing are not brought out until the Warren of Stanford and Mrs. Pattie D. Gill and Miss Jennie Duncan of Lanwe attuscu iiieii cuiuessmg ineir gUllL moi-W-i aui, ij. uic maiici io tu uc put wc id umuguv iiitv luum caster. of the crimes with which they stood into tangible shape, it is time it was At White Oak below Bryantsville charged, namely, James McNamara done, as the near approach of severe neero lodge meeting and scupper was After funeral services at the Presbywith the dynamiting of the plant of weather will bring many cases to their being held and a difficulty arose be terian Church, of which he has long tween Leslie Burton and Herbert been a member and regular attendant, the San Francisco Times when several attention Hutchinson, there had been bad blood at o'clock , Tuesday afternoon conpersons lost theif lives, and his brother Patrons, Lancaster Graded School. John with the attempted dynamiting of between them for some time and an ducted by Rev. C. C Brown, Rain or shine, beginning at 9 o'clock, to the highest and best bidder without by a long concourse of the Llewellyn Iron Works. The conThe work of the school for the month old quarrel was renewed, with the re- followed the following property: sorrowing friends, his remains were reserve or d fessions it is thought were brought of November was exceedingly good. sult that Burton shot Hutchinson with 1 aged horse, 1 mare, 14 years old, 1 mare 3 years old in foal to jack. 1 mare about by Clarence Darrow,-on- e of the The grades are all doing good work. a 38 calibre revolver, the Bqirgoing en- taken to their last resting place at the most noted crimanl lawyers in the The High School department is In a tirely through his body andjrillihg him Lancaster cemetery and placed beside 12 years old in foal to horse, 1 mare 3 years old, gentle and works anywhere, 1 United States who was defending the very good condition. We are glad to instantly. Another negro named "Ray his dear ones who had precede him to 1 old horse gentle for family 1 coming horse, sadMcNamaras, and who feared for the announce two very welcome additions f ater the shooting of Hutfchfnson with- the Great Beyond. conviction and the accompanying ex- - to the- - High School department, Paul drew from the crowd which had as1 mule colt, 1 old mare safe in foal to dle filly, 1 yearling horse colt, treme penalties ior nis clients, it is and Milton Elliott of Bryantsville. We sembled about the dead man and it is said Uncle Toms Cabin will be "Rex Peavine, 12 weanlingjieifer calves, extra nice ones, 2 extra good milk thought that John J. McNamara will exneet more nunils frnm tho nmmtra fireda shot into the crowd wounding Curt eet off with a liorht senteno. nrnhnhlu ' oor tfin Vmiirinva w cnKmif tv, fi ' Andrews in the hand. Sheriff Ballard shown at opera house Sat- cows, 1 to be fresh in 4 weeks, 1 extra nice Jersey heifer to be fresh in Janfifteen years, while James will probab- - lowing Honor Roll for your considera- - and deputy Robinson were called and uary, 1 cow and calf. 2 yearling heifers, weigh 500 lbs 50 stock shoats 4 brood ly go up for life. tion. . hastened to the scene and arrested urday night Dec 9. These sows, 1 thoroughbred hampshire boar, weighs 200 lbs. 15 fat hogs, weigh about Mattie Lee Cox. Mitchel Tinder,. Eu- - both Burton and Ray and lodged them are fine pictures and. every 175 pounds each, 3 buggies and 2 sets of harness, also lot of farming toote conihe hrst regular session of the sixty gema Dunlap, James Slier, Jane Hasel- - in jail, second Congress of the- - United States den, Jno. Harvey Estes, Paul Morrow, Down on Boone's Creek between the sisting of cutting harrow, section harrow, turning plows, plow gear, etc convened Monday with .Vice President Mildred Beazley, Ruth Taylor, Mary Lexington and New Danville pike body should see them. Sherman presiding in the Senate and Owsley, Mary Day;?, Ralph Meadows, 'here another Thanksgiving.celebration About 100 barrels of corn in crib. 100 bales of hay 200 chick ns, household Notice. Speaker Champ 'Clark in the House, j Bernice Champ, Florence Acton, Carrie '"was in progress, a general .row took ihis Congress bids fair to be one of Belle Romans, Merlyn Walker, Clayton ' place, Bud andElmer Dunn participat- - There will be a meeting of the share and kitchen furniture, consisting of 2 upright folding beds, 1 six octave organ the busiest in the' history of the Morrow, Gladys Fnsbie, Bowman Grant ing on one side and two negroes holders of The Citizens National Bank. good as new, 2 bed room suits, 1 good refrigerator, 1 hall tree, 2 extension country. The first great question,, Annie Reid, Hudson Frisbie, Val Cook, . named Wallace on the, pher; rocks , Lancaster, Ky., at its banking- house ' tnn,M 12 feet ionr. o sewine'machines as irood a new. 1 owh 9 v;t; cabi- and the one of greatest importance, William Kavanaugh Martha Tinder, and knives were used f reelv with the nn Tupsdav Januarv ninth. 1912 for the f . which will occupy their attention is Jessee Austin, Lena Schooler, Raymond ! result that Bud Dunn received a severe purpose of electing directors to s'erve net3 3 kitchen safes, 1 wardrobe, 2 center tables, 8 rocking chairs, 2 sets din : I. room chairs, 3 sets common chairs, 2 Brussels carpets, the Tariff, its revision upon a revenue Pearman, Frank Tinder, Christine cut in the head with a rock, Elmer ' .L. ,.m. ing good as new, 1 yarn basis, probably the next most "impor Brown, Eliza Todd, LaVerne Dickerson ' Dunn was cut on the hand and the Champ, Cashier. W. F. carpet, 1 rag carpet, 3 straw matting carpets several rugs and 3 cooking stoves. tant measure to be --given attention Viola Tnbble, Elisha Carrier, Wood Wallaces were more or less bruised Sfierman Anti-Truwill be the law, Wilmot, Eugene Cochran, Mary Holtz.-- and battered. A colored woman named Notice. "Lot of dishes, picture frames, irish potatoes, onions, canned fruit, also meat and efforts will bejnade to strengthen claw, Virginia Beazley, Kate Holtzclaw Beasley, who was crippled, and, walked it and to insure its enforcement. Sara Wilmot, Lucien Grant, Mina Rank with a crutch, in trying to escape There will be a meetieg of the share and lard 160 gallon, coal oil tank; many other tljngs too numeroWto mention. holders of The National Bank, Lancas TERMS:. AH sums under$20, cash in hand, over j.1 e e ii. i nr Other measures of- importance to be in, Chas, Dunn, Mary Ettaing.-Beulathat amount a credit of 6 ' i - -. Ky., at its banking house on Tues- u mm T.w u- - i mu .i considered are theAnti-injunctio- n bill, Cotton, Nannie Bratton Marie Ballard.' a uiunc iicx leg. xite sueiiiia' . January- - the ninth 1912 for the months with b per cent interest secured, by note, negotiable at bank. uie ixmtempt oi court nui, Employers Jay owen, Mattie Adams, Florence OT.o,.a olo ollq r. fhia Vilono- nnj- ' purpose of electmg director s to serve liability bills and many others equally Powell,, Carl Acton, lamie Stormes rested, several of the bellige&nts- - and At the same time and place J. L. Kennedy, will rent to the highest bidder important. The'1 democrats with a Dunn, Helen Robinson, Alice Rigney, lodged them in jail, The grand jury. the ensuing year. his farm for 1912. This farm contains 30 acres and is close to 'school and S. C. Denny,- Cashier. comfortable working- - majority in the Joseph West, Katherine Bourne Charlie now in session will investigate both church. Possession at once'.. house and the possibility of a coali Elmore. Dal ton Rich. Susie Conn.Annie. cases. Notice is hereby givenj that the uninsurgent-republication with the in Powell, Mary Wood, Sallie Cox, Geor dersigned Quince Tankersley has filed a For Sale. the senate on important legislation, gia, Moss, Nellie Cox, ,Bert Embry, petition with the Governor of Kentucky seem to havethe whip hand, and they Emily Walker, (October) My farm of 175 acres 7 " miles -- from for a pardon. This December 1st 19li.' expect to accomplish much during the For this month Chas Dunn 'leads the Lancaster 1 mile from Bryantsville on Quinca Tankersley. session. Senior class, Kate .Holtzclaw the Junior Lexington pike. Well watered good Lucien Grant the Sophomore and Viola state of cultivation, convenient 1:n Creme Soap lOcts. -- F.or cracked open John D. Rockefeller resigned as Tribble the Freshmon. arid rough skin. For sale at all Jhe school and churches president of the Standard Oil Co. ' of .&. J, L. Riley, Supt. KY. Mrs.' NackieT&dGrath.- - - grocery stores in Lancaster. ! w. I'.Timirs SALE! Friday, Dec 15th, '11 8 am. , The property of W. H. Tray lor will be sold at his late residence on the Goshen turnpike, near Stanford, on As-Cler- k, J. B. Paxton, Executor. n j J. Spanish-America- J0' erk, ( I fill It by-bi- SUE """ El-k- in ! . . w WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER H, - - i 12-8-- 3t st - h f - o.JW 12-8-- 3t - - ?i ju . ns I -- Jones Anderson, -- 1 12-8-- 3t U-29-- 2t PREACHERSV1LLE, 1 -- i , s JV- N- - i ? -- J "r 5 -, :v "U r: . V- - -- ..t Ai DIED SUDDENLY -How in The ('Acute Indigestion Often the Cause.' do we Read this Reading Our Daily Paper y BROWER'S AT crap Book FEASIBILITY OF ACCURATE SHOOTING FROM AEROPLANE DEMONSTRATED BY UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT! Flying at Clip, Lieut Fickel Throws Two Successive Shots Straight Into Target Mile-a-Mimite LEXINGTON The Store For Practical Presents Each succeeding Christmas sees a growing tendency among people to give presents that will add comfort and beauty to the home. This store has recognized this tendency and Christmas time this year sees a far larger assortment of such articles oirour floors articles Her Adonis. Dear reader if your food does not diIn the negro car of a railway train gest properly, but stays in your stomach In one of causing much misery, shortness of ple were the gulfa states a bridal couriding very light, rather breath and fermentation, you are the good looking colored girl and a typical one that sh.ou.ld constantly have with mil uiooueu neyou a box of tablets. gro of possibly a Two little tablets taken at reverted type, with recedingg but. Audi aigu jl uioucm nuuiu uavtt forehead, , kept many a death notice out of the eyes, papers. broad, flat nose, you have stomach trouble of any If very thick lips kind, start to get rid of jt to day. One and almost no 50 cent box of stomach tablets chin. Ho was will make you feel like a new man. Two positively- - and week's treatment will make any abused aggressively ugly. out of order stomach strong and vigorThey had been married just beous. fore boarding the Guaranteed mind you, for indigestion train and, like a dizziness, biiousness, bad dreams. iiX.I VIV Cs. good many of They clear the skin and brighten the JAWifR eyes. A box for only 50 cents'at R. E. LOOKED BOULI'ULLY their white brothers and sisMcRoberts & Son and druggists everyUl ters, were very where, it much interested in each other, regardless of the amusement of their neighbors. After various "billings and PAINT MUK. the man sank down in the seat Miss Hallie Royston has been the and, resting his head on the lady's shoulder, looked souffully up into her guest of friends at Stanfoad. eyes. Mr, W. of Lexington, She looked fondly down upon him was here with friends Monday. and after a few minutes murmured Mrs. Rodney Griggs who was pain- gently, "Laws' honey, ain't yo' 'shamed to be so han'some?" Youth's fully burned in the eye is much MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A . pro-tradin- MI-ON- A -- -- -- 1 coo-ing- s" G.-Ke- mper that are typical of the New Christmas spirit. Come to Lexington. Put this store's resources to ,the test. Feel free to look for sugges-tion- s from our showing you will then know better what to buy, even if you don't buy of us? Among Gifts of Furniture that are always acceptable, we suggest for women a sewing table in mahogany, a desk, a music cabinet, a slipper chair or rocker, an English muffin stand, a gea wagon, tray or table. There are many others and if perplexed just tell the he will gladly help you. Men appreciate, above everything, presents that add. to their comfort. A deep, soft, luxurious arm or morris chair a chifforobe, a smoking stand or set, a cellarette, a shaving stand with mirror adjustable to every possible angle are a few suggestions. salesman -- g fi The Art Section of This Store is One of The Most Pleasant Places in Town to Visit. creased many fold Christmas finds its attractiveness in- - for almost everything that is beautiful in foreign and domestic art may be found here now. There is a most attractive collection of real imported Dutch silver many quaint conceits are to be found but each has its practical use. Modern Sheffield plate made of solid sliver, heavily plated on copper just like the old. A great many approved and beautiful designs for almost every household use may be Among pictures that-ore had. especially attractive for Christmas presents are Wallace Nutting's beautiful colonial interiors and splendid landscapes. The Copley prints are also especially popular at this season. One gets in either the maximum of beauty and artistic merit at a minimum price. Just keep in mind that the resources and experience of this store have been centered on making it easy for you to do your Christmas shopping here both pleasantly and profitably. c F. Rrower 1 & Co MAIN AT BROADWAY. kiss of greeting Is sweet and rare After the toil of the day. And it smooths the furrows plowed by care. The lines on the forehead you once called fair. In the years that have flown away. 'Tls a little thing to say, "You are kind; 1 my dear." each night. Mrs. H. L. Wallace. But It sends a thrill through the heart, 1 Messrs Sallie and Mattie Woods of find Madison Institute spent the Thanks- For lovo Is tender and lovo Is blind-- As wo climb life's rugged height. giving holidays at home. Miss Lula McWhorter who is teach We starve each other for love's caress; We take,, we do give. ing school at Boena Vista spent Thanks- It seems so but sorno not to bless. easy soul But no dole the lovo jgrudgingly, less and giving with her homefolks. less. Miss Nancy Terry of Richmond is at Till 'tis bitter and hard to live. Andrew Lang. home at the bedside of her mother and sister who are both quite sick. Completing the Order. The Ladies of the Christian Church A dear little old lady yho, has no will hold a Bazaar at the store room Idea at all that she is old made a disof Mrs. W. F. Parks on the 15th, of covery the other day. She overheard her grand nephew telling another this month. young man someMr. and Mrs. 0. D. Hendron have thing about the returned to their home in Danville, excellence of the after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. C. "free lunch" McWhorter., served at a cer- Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Rice, Mr. and t a i n big New In Mrs. E. W. Woods and Mr. and Mr.s. York hotel. the innocence of H. J. Patrick each cave some of their her perfectly friends splendid Thanksgiving dinners. deur old soul she There will be an oyster supper at put the informathe hall next Saturday night for the tion down in her benefit of a Xmas tree to be at Mt. memory for fuTabor on the afternoon of the twenty ture reference. Soon after that third, she happened to Mrs. W. F. Parks gave a supper to be attending a the young men of Paint Lfck last Satz concert at this urday night in honor of her son Oscar same hotel, and TEA WAS ordered. who left home Saturday to accept a the party herself, her nephew and niece went to the tea room later for position in the bank at Jenkins, Ky. a bit of refreshment. The tea was ordered, and then the dear little old CATARRH DOCTOR lady looked at the waiter and with a sweet, old fashioned smile and a sugYou Can Get The Best One In The World gestion of triumph In her manner, said: For $1.00 "And you may bring us also some 'Goto R. E. McRoberts & Son y free lunch." New York Press. Say "I want a HYOMEI outfit", take Foolish Delay. it home with you, open the box and A company of colored actors was pour a" few drops of HYOMEI (pro playing "Othello" in Alabamu. Everynounce it High-me) into the little- thing had gone along nicely until they hard rubber inhaler. came to the scene where Desdemona's Then breathe pleasant, soothing, fidelity Is to be tested. Iago has sehealing germ killing HYOMEI over the cured her handkerchief by cajolery, , raw, infiamed, germ ridden" membrane with the connivance of Othello for a few minutes and relief is imthat her incontinence may be A Iovo-yo- Messrs J. C. and R. I. Rucker of Lexington spent Thanksgiving with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. U. M. Burgess have for theirguest Miss Elizabeth Burgess of Louise Ky. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burke spent Thanksgiving with their daughter Mrs. Joe McCormack. Miss Minnie Woods of Stanford has returned to her home after a visit to goodby kiss is a little thins. With your hand on the door to go. But It takes the venom out of the stlns Of a thoughtless word or a cruel fling That you made an hour ago. A Little Things. IBB be attempted that afternoon; but to the amazement of all, Beachy, as soon as he landed, hailed Lieut. Fickel, who was standing nearby, armed with a Remington-UMrifle, and invited him to take a seat alongside. This Lieut. Fickel did, and aviator and .passenger were soon on their way. To make the trip all the more hazardous, the machine had been shorn of all extra supports invariably carried with passengers for balance. Time and again the big planes could be seen to tremble as if they were about to snap when contrary gusts of wind caught them; and to 'those below the Aerodrome before 10,000 people who tilting and the swaying of the monopaid admission and a far greater num- plane were of certain de ber who occupied points of vantage struction to the aviator and his pas- upon nejgnoonng hilltops, housetops senger. and trees. When the machine reached the When Beachy came upon the field, a farther end of the field it suddenly violent wind was blowing. Undeterred, turned, and came flying back at lighthe mounted his seat and was soon ning speed. At the other end of soaring high above. More than once field, in full view of the spectators, the a it seemed to the spectators that his frail target had been rigged. When within craft must surely turn turtle and come firing range, Lieut. Fickel raised hisrifle crashing to the earth, but eVery time and sent two shots straight to the mark. thetreacherouswindthreathened.clever It was a wonderful performance manipulation by the aviator held the a fitting climax to a meet that wasand remachine straight and true. After having plete with sensational features. been in the air a number of minutes, In an interview after the demonstraBeachy pointed his craft in the direction tion, Lieut. Fickel said that he found of the grandstand, encircled it twice the speed and accuracy of. the Auto and, as gracefully as a bird alights, loader a distinct advantage over the brought it safely to theground. service rifles he "had previously used To every one present it seemed cer- similar tests, and that he considered in it tain, in view of the dangerous antics of the only practical gua for use under the wind, that no more flights would such conditions. n, C fore-runners Bridgeport, Conn., was recently the scene of a most remarkable aeroplane achievement. Not only did it thrill the vast army of spectators because of the reckless daring displayed by the bird-mebut it proved beyond all question that, with the right make of rifle, a marksman cr.n shoot whiie flying at tremendous speed, with the same accuracy as when on the ground. Army officers have been anything but satisfied with the results obtained with the service rifle, and the flight was planned as a test of a repeating arm of other than government make. The flight took place at the Lake l ndend 6-- CndtrnMil T 1 to-da- Wait Mm, Uw o him-elf- LEXINGTON, x -.- - KENTUCKY, TWE PAYEXPRESS1 s ' J CLOTHES ORDER US BY MAIL SAVE MONEY. YOUR AND We Handle None Bui Ute Best. that you have every style and pattern, and size, and shape from which to select: and we xnako buying BTT KAIL, just as easy and satisfactory as you can do it in the store. "Wo have special things that you can get NOWHERE ELSE, such as : Our stocks are bo largo Influence of Clothes. Clothes have a most surprising In fluence on the mind If you don't be lieve it, some day vhen you are tired or perhaps blue, or even cross, take a bath, put on something dainty and fresh from top to toe, and your best gown, and you'll feel as If a fairy wand had suddenly touched you with some wonderful transforming power. You'U find yourself looking at the world through a rosy mist Instead of clouds of dull gray. It will be easy to smile. Suburban Life. HAIR THAT FASCINATES Who Wants Lustrous Hair And Beauty? Full mediate. Stuffed up head will vanish. Keep Othello Desdeinona, where am dat up the treatment four or five times a hankerchef? .(Desdemona remains silent.) day for a few days and hawking, spitOthello Desdemona, once more 1 ting and forming of mucus in the nose ask yo' where am dat hankerchef? and throat will cease. At this juncture an old neuro womHYOMEI is guaranteed to end cat- an in the front of the house rose fuarrh, coughs, colds, croup, asthma, riously from her seat "Go way, yo' catarrhal deafness, or money back. fool niggah!" she exclaimed loudly. Complete outfit $1.00 subsequent bott- "Wipe youah nose on youah sleeve les if needed 50 cents at R. E. Mc and let dis play go on!" Roberts & Son and druggists every Hall Caine's Role. where. Hnll Calne, with his long hair, his beard and his flowing cape, is fairly photographs. This fact encourages one to tell a story. It happened when one of Mr. Caine's plays was running at the theater. The author decided that the least he could do after the performance was to go round and congratulate the leading lady. So when the curtain fell he went rohnd behind and tapped at the lady's dressing room door. The ladjr sent her maid to see who it was. The maid went. Now, the passage outside was rather dimly lit, and when the maid opened the door and saw a strange looking figure standing outside she promptly ejaculated "Oh!" in a tone of extreme surprise, shut the door and returned to her mistress in a state of some bewilderment "Well," asked the leading lady, "who is it?" "I I scarcely know, miss," gasped the maid, then, as a brilliant afterthought, "unlessit's the bearded lady!" LondQn Tatler. well known to everybody, until the last minute to order your Statements, if only from us, Note M Etc. Levy's Special Suits for Men at.' K" Levy's Special-Boys- ' Suits ivith 2 pairs of Pants and all the Leading' Lines of Of Life January 1st is coming and you will need STATEMENTS to" send to your customers." Leave' your order y with THE to-da- - QAq?Ai,oa -1 FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES. xrauEHE). - Wo issue a large illustrated catalog, which we uu.uu, UOD wu JOHU05I. us fully for anything you want in our line, and you'll get a prompt and satisfactory answer. And if anything you buy here ia not exactly what von want m v ww , TCTrtXTDTr nrJll V. ..Iffeatien this paper and write WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. Railroad Fares Refunded I - Members Retail Hercbaats'Assodation. A House Established The hi 8 Years Ago. The Largest in Its LIoet Third at Certaia Tines. Brill Spot- - Tf. ."WTWJtfk VvM WU m W hll 1 Market " M LOUISVILLE, KY, ft IN- - V. ? V, Start now madam, December is just the month to begin to acquire a glorious head of hair of which "you will be justly proud during-thsocial events of wintertime. If you haven't used PARISIAN SAGE you aren't" on the high road hair beauty. PARISIAN SAGE is the Ends Wrater's'Trflibles. most delightful preparation that destroys the dandruff-germ'- s and by so doTo many winter is a season of ing removes in a short time the cause toes and trouble. The frost-.btteof .dandruffx.falling hair, itching scalp, fingers, chapped hands and lips, chilfaded and lifeless hair.. - Dandruff germs are blains red and rough skins, obstructionists they prevent the hair from receiving prove this. But such troubles fly beit!sproper nourishment by ravenously. fore Ttocklen's Arnica, Salve. A. trial devouring thejsame nourishment. Use convinces. Greatest healer of Burns. U,p--To--D- ate EARISIAN, SAGE for one week andjj nofJtheonderful improvement R?Ef Boils' Piles- - Cuts' Sores' Bms, Ec- -' Hnllf f)K n D U.. u nTTnViAMfc't Cam .m. ..... Tama .flnlr Snwiino ?? PA .1 Vb'ottle; ' r-- ) . McRoberts & Son. e -cold-sores I PRINTING OFFICE. r ?i - ' -- Stationery. Let - rft do your Printing. . . -- ias? r . r Tfqgj s JU. UCu -- m STOVE ASfcYOUR NEIGHBOR A Terrible Blauder. Hundreds Of Lancaster Citizens Can You All About It- - Tell to neglect liver trouble. Never do it. Moors Base Burners, 'Rest Heat- first sign of constipation, biliousness or II. C. McWILLIAMS, Solicitor. JAS. M. SALLEE, ' mm it mm inactive bowels and prevent virulent Home endorsement, the nublic ex- - indicestion. iaundice or frail stones pression of Lancaster people, should be They reguate iver stomach and bow SELL YOUR TOBACCO AT THE evidence beyond dispute for every Lan els and build up your health. Only 25c caster reader, of the merit of Doan's at R. E. McRoberts & Son. T-nKidney Pills. Surely the experience b Mi of friends and neighbors, cheerfully Doctor's Subscription. given by them, will carry moie weight I seen yo' "I been awful sick sence than the utterances of strangers resid- Mis Saunders," announced Reginald, Incorporated. BELL PHONE 50. bell phone 50. y ing in places. Read the fol- the colored man. who came to shak6 Located on Perryville Street, One Block From Queen & Cresent Depot DANVILLE, KENTI'CKY. Mrs. Saunders' rugs the other day lowing. would die. sho Ev'ry Lan- "Seemed like George Wright, Stanford St., v THIS is the largest and best equipped Warehouse for the sale of looae leaf tobacco South of the caster, Ky., says: "I have never body was a rec'mendin dero fav'rito done took all de dlfrenl Kentucky Itiver, Daily capacity 250,000 pounds. Shelter for 1.7) loaded w.igons. Sbclttr for .s'C ! --. of known of a better kidney remedy than med'eine an' kinds day to! nic bout, but jes kep horses. Free Stables. Free Insurance. No Rejection Fees. Prompt Settlement, ami Expoik-n-- . il Men Doan's Kidney Tills. Last fall my on getthr vups tell my wife, she say to look after your interest in all depjrtments. The Iob3 in weight which is 3rh1 by the farmer when back ached a gi eat deal and my kid- to me: 'Wot yo' foolin' wif dem rem' sold on the loose floor is a very large item. The loose leaf method is neither new nor an experiment, as is neys were badly disordered, the kidney dies fo'? Yo' don' know wot's in 'em! shown by the sales for the season of 1911 in Kentucky, with eight loose floor markets, sokl &7,2."0.fi00 lbs. secretion beintr scanty and painful in Go 'long an' git de doctoh to subyo" 1 fortunately to de doctoh o went had Doan's scribe fo' of tobacco. We will have six or more regular buyers on our floor attending all sales, which will insure passage. to my attention an' he give tne a subscription dat cure the top prices. t)rive straight to the PEOPLES HOUSE Day or Night, guaranteeing to you the attendKidney Pills brought away." ance of all the buyers on the market; the Highest Market Prices, absolutely Accurate Weights and an Frisbie's Drug me and getting a box at and a true Kentucky welcome. allround Square Deal, a Hearty Hand-shak- e Xinas Gift. Children Store, I began their use. They re, Get your wife one for an Lightning Kills Few. lieved me promptly and in return for see Dollies little Range. Eodgers Silverware makes a the benefit I received, I am willing In 1906 lightning killed only 169 peothat my name should be used in recthis whole country. nice Xinas present. A fine lot of Lap Eobes, Buggies ommending them. My advice to all ple Mn of death by lightning areOne's less chances sufferers from kidney trouble is to .give than two in a million. The chance of Incorporated. and Harness at reduced prices. Doan's Kidney Pills a trial." dsath fro-- liver kidnay or stonach Telephone No 50. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, PERRYVILLE STREET. 50 For trouble is vastly greater, but not if Come and get our prices, we can make it worth while. cents. sale byn all dealers. Price Buffalo, Co., Electric Bitters be 'used, aa Robert New York, sole agents for the United of West Burlington, la., Madsen. States. proved. Four doctors gave him up Remember the name Doan's and after eight months of suffering from Foolish Vay to Look on Life. take no other. The most ignorant of all are those l e :: 3 and yellow .jaunV j wz Tfc tP J1 Tr J virulent liver trouble t ?a tv a ho constantly dwell on the dark side He was then completely cured of life. Never, in this way, will life dice. IJHVANTSV1LLK by Electric Bitters. They're the best be brightened or bettered. s stomach, liver, nerve and kidney reme Mr. Hogan Ballard spent Thanksgiv- - dy and blood purifier on earth. Only 5 & Merely an Incident. in Lexington. 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Mr. Farwest "I met my old school Miss Elizabeth Bryant was a visitor mate. Lakeside, today, for the first in Danville last week. Friendship. time in an age. and I thought from the Mr. G. B. Rose is at home after a Some one once asked Kingslej way he acted when i mentioned you. what was the secret of his strong, joy that you and he must have had some Sa business trip to Owsley Co. WW MpM XJ& JpULlj &W M W Fi Ml kd 5 Irf (J ous life, and he answered: "1 had a romance or other before we mot" ? MPS wJ v il feikSUi 53 jH Miss Elizabeth Bryant entertained at Mrs Farwest "No romance about it. II every evil man Is a cen friend." a six o'elock dinner Thursday. ter of contagion, every good man is a We were married for a" few yeara, m Mrs. Sam Haselden was hostess .at center of hcal'ng He provides an n that'- - all "New York Weekly. an elegant Thanksgiving dinner. vironinent in which others can set put off until Xmas Shopping is of Goodness creates an atmos The Misses West of Sulpur Well have God Satirist Net Popular. phere for other souls to be good It been visiting Mrs. Charly Deane. There's a great temptation to say the last moment' "We hope you are contemis a priesily parrm-n- t that has vir utting things ice sound clever A handsome young son arrived at the tue even for the finger that touches it plating Photos to send as greetings and as Jeople laugh t them They're inter home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farlie, Dec, The earth has sweet souls and win sting N'Mhing is so absorbingly in 3rd. tome Ih'es. and Christ-likthere is always a big rush for work on Xmas, characters eresting as candai. But ofall the Prof. Milton Elliott of Lexington was to be found in IL The choice ol jad habits, a mpu may fall into this we advise you to come early. the guest of Dr. W. M. Elliott last friends is, therefore, one of the most vill alienate him most from bis fel serious affairs in life. Just because a ow3 If jou aie going In for saying week. man becomes molded into the likeness bitter and sharp things about people Miss Pattie Belle Burke of Hamilton of what he love? in his friend. ou'd best pick oul a desert iblaud z college, spent Thanksgiving with her Hugh Iilack mce and go there and live. parents. Mrs, J. Hogan Ballard was the guest Eczema Cure A Beauty Wash. 2 &7 of relatives at Nicholasville and Lexington lest week. Although D. D. D. Prescription has We are open every Saturday RAIN or SHINE. Mrs. Long of Lancaster spent sever- been recognized for years as the one The undersigned hereby give warnal days last week with her daughter remedy for Eczema, Psoriasis, and all ing to all persons not to transpass upon Mrs. R. I. Burton. other forms of skin disease, it is now purpose whatever as Mrs. Sallie B. Welch is at home after known that there is no other wash. our lands for any we will prosecute all offenders to fula visit to her daughter, Mrs, Sam even those used oy tne beauty specialists, that can compare with this lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Deatherage, at Richmond, . Fishermen especially take notice. Miss Annie Kay Jenkins and Mr. mild liquid for cleansing the skin of Jno M Squire R Parsons Farra simGallaher have returned from a visit to pimples, blac'theads, rash, and all Ed & N B Price W S Ferguson skin affections. relatives at Lexington and Georgetswn. ilar W A Price For this reason alone, a bottle of E F Herring S L Rich . Make your Husband a Christmas present by giving him Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton are being D. D. D. should be kept on hand in W S Embry . i ELI showered with congratulations upon the Mrs P W Kinnainl T A Elkin every household. A trial 25c bottle name and address arrival of a charming little daughter will show you the merits of this great Dave Thompson J W Sweeney some nice Stationery with his full little Miss remedy as a complexion wash. last Sunday. The Z T Rice Jas Sutton printed on it. Phone. 43 and we will make you prices. has been named LeNora Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels D. D. D. seems to remove the cause, H C Arnold Messrs. W. A. Dickerson and Joseph whatever the trouble may be, cleans- D B Anderson H C Hamilton, Skinner have purchased a general mer- ing the skin, and leaving it as soft, as W G Anderson, G Y Conn chandise store at Nojth Middletown. smooth and clear as that of a healthy L II Brown N J G Conn T W Conn and left last week, Mrs, Dickerson and child. Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. daughter Katie Barnes, .will leave in a Get a 25c bottle today and keep it J G Clark Dr. W Burnett Mrs Maggie Boulden OF LANCASTER. few dtfys. in the house. For sale by R. E. McW K Leavell C G Gay Roberts & Son, im E Dunn John Boian Capital Saved His Wife's Life. Sec-Trea- TakeDr. King's New Life Pills on tl e r K3 I. M. DUNN, President. s. W. S. DUNN, Floor Manager. "SSEWkJ. R. MxYES, B.kke per. W. J. FIJ&II, Auctioneer. tmm - 3 W fcV I 1-- m ing Stove Made. Majestic Ranges, Best Steel' Cooks Made. 'O. K. Jewell Best Cast 6ooks Made. Trapj; tUUi II M UBUliUUdU WJl 1 II j far-awa- j H-- 1 ' I I I PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COM PAIN V. Foster-Milbur- J. R. MOUNT SON Ltle raiaiCin3r!3-r.T-fc5 tfjgt -? S3 'MGOOGOGeGGGC ti- I - 1-- m I Xmas ShoDDin. ten-times ! im. mmM t e -- The Gassacldii js -- TO T E 1 w OTiae s i -- ath-activ-e THE GENTRflL RE60RD. f7?a!gjaggg5&i-ssgg THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus 25000. I'res't, Book-Keepe- i!i31 1 Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, 1110 1 W2NTSR TOUFHST TICKETS TO D Eau A&D ALL SOUTHERN VIA ON SAL.E DAUJV 3E0TS Dih'IftG CARS SERVING ALL fv'iEALS A LA CARTE ALL ELECTRICALLY LIGHTED GOOD RETURNING 9JMT5L KAY 31, 1912. F03 FULL PARTiOUlMS, (il zxt "My wife would have been in her grave writes O. H. Brown, of Muscadine, Ala., "if it had not been for Dr. King's New Discovery. She was down in her bed, not fble to get up without help. She had a severe bronchial trouble and a dreadful cough. I got her a bqttle of Dr. King's New Discovery, and she soon began to mend and was well in a short time." Inr fallible for coughs and colds, its the most l'eliable remedy on earth for desperate lung trouble, hemorrhages, asthma, hay fever, croup and whooping cough. 50c, $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son, ," 1-- m OK AS TICKET ACEHT. QUEBJ & CRESCEHT ROUTE, 19 II C. KING, rasFcrsw on warm ent, 101 E. Main TJctci St, LEXINGTON, .KY. I! i UAltKSUUlCX- Mrs. Jonah Marcee after a weeks illness is improving. Mr. J. B. Kemper has been confined to his bed for the past week. Mr. Byers and wife of Detroit have been visiting Mr. John Rovston and family. Mrs. Turner of Lexington has returned after a visit to Mr. Jim Turner and Mrs. Noah Marcee. Miss Pauline Burdette pf Burgin came over to spend Thanksgiving with her sister Mrs. Herbert Brooks. Rev. Mahan organized a "Teachers Training Course" at Mt. Hebron Saturday night there are about twenty in the class. Robert Baker of Mercer county died las Monday of pneumonia and was buried Tuesday Mr. Baker is an Uncle of G. K. Poindexter. The ladies of Pleasant Grove church gave a reception in hpnor of Rev. Powell of, Danville a number of the r rSfSS2H3SSSBS3taS fiffiy ya. a h, cel "t:-- Mrs. Mackie McGrath E G Hammock EASY ONE FOR "PROPHET" Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan T. M. Arnold, Jr. W. Simpson Coined Epigram and J. Congressman S, C Henderson, J. II. Posey, Stated Absolute Fact In One B. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw, Brief Word. T. W. Bradshaw. R. L. Burton. Congressman Homer Bulb of Nevada was famed In his day at vVash ington as a raconteur and epigram matist Whenever he sat down in the lobby of the Dingle house, his head quarters at the capital, he was sure to gather about him in no time a group of frienJs and acquaintances and to convulse them over and over again with his sallies One fcf these, the butt of which was Senator Montgomery Twell. Is par tlcularly well remembered by the Dingle's Old Guard. The senator entered the hotel on:' Everything for Orchard, Lawn and evening. looked long and solemnly at Garden. Our prices may interest you the skies, whicL were cloudy, and then remarked to Congressman Bulb in 3 Write for free. Catalogue. No Agts. tone of railery: "Well, Bulb. I know you pride yourself on being a prophet & Sons. What sort of a day do you think we'll have tomorrow?" Lexington, Kentucky. "Wednesday," replied Congressman A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. ROBINSON, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT axes YOUR For Rent. Fruit and Shade Trees BUSINESS. y Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. II. Elliott. Directors. fla tf gt.jpwertLBy,riaysrzHr-fly,r.-an3B. F. HUDSON, President. t ,ap--g .arm oh- - J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. H.F.Hillenmeyer lib . Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Bulb Col CAPITAL, $50,000. . SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- Farmers Tobacco s v LT.-- &? . Warehouse INCOnPOUATED. . Co SUCCESSORS TO Richmond Tobacco Warehouse COMPANY, wantso sell your s Additional light and floor space and plenty of room to shelter your tobacco. We furnish stalls for teams Free. Give us a trial before going elsewhere. Near L.Jk'N. Depot, Richmond Phone No 251, "5"r'Hr?' r-- " .. members were present to meet their new pastor. The Ladies Working Society will meet with Mrs. J. B. TCemper next Thursday at 1 o'clock this will be a meeting of importance all the members are expected to attend. Jsreal Huffmarison of. Mr. J. W. Huffman was accidentally shot by West Hicks pot knowing'the gun was loaded. The ball entered his right side causing a rather eerious wound. On last Thursday (Thanksgiving) a family reunion occored at the hdme of Mr. Sam Haselden a custom that has been unbroken 'for many years. A deligtitfuldinner was .prepared for the presenf enjoyed guestS'and every-on- e ' '' the day.- ney and nervous troubles. Otner remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures Here Is A Remedy That Will Cure Skin you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable 'sufferer with the above And Scalp Affections, troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was cured in. one week. To AND WE CAN PROVE IT. prove pur remedy, yMle they last, The R". E. McRoberts & Son Drug regular size, bottles only 25c at Stormes Drug Store, Store says to every person be it man, woman or child who has an irritated, tender, inflamed, itching SKIN or SCALP, you need not suffer another day. "We have a refined skin prepare-tio- n that acts instantly and will bring 1U .01&G you swift and sure results." " Qne warm bath with ZEMO SOAP apd one appjication of ZEMO and you will not suffer another moment and TTe tell von how. and cav best market soon see a cure in sight, prices. 7e are driers; established you-witnlS.5; andean do BETTER for you ZEMO and ZEMOSQAP are proven Ihpu agents cr concilssioa merchants, References any bank iu cures for every form of skin or scalp Write for weekly price list. affection. They aresold bj one leadM. SABEL & SONS & 33 E. Ujrtet SI. ICUISTIUE, KY. ing druggist in every city or town in Dealers in FURS, HIDES, WOOL. and in Lancaster By R. E. America McRoberts & Son Drug Store. Among those who heard him was TOO MUCH LOVE Anthony Batherswyck, the civil Too much love for fun, frolic and war veteran, who lost no time In tellrich food causes stomach, liver, kiding the quip all over Washington. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. r. W. O. Rigney, Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold. Director:. T 1M0MEY- Tbm' Take Santa Claus' advice and put your money where it will do yoa-th- e most good. There are no better facilities than those offered by the Gurrard .A WJ I, V Bank & Trust Co. A ."SrtC4S? financial standing of un questioned integrity, liberal and just dealings with depositors has made it popular. The best Xmas gift for yourself rr others is an account opened. -- ll Iou-isvili- c. 227-23-- 1-- m John White & Co. LOUISVILLE, KY. Established 1837 IS, Highest market price paid FURS wool and HIDES. C9HHIJSI9I J&T V The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. J 'v r 'X- mmmitimmm uammmtmm f j'y tJHir?' - xamaaxSTi On Ladies I h ,22b H IB Suits and our Many Patrons Will Reap the Benefit. Tailor-Mad- e - V f li I named below will purchase you a handsome SUIT; the Coat of which contains a Skinners Satin Lining Guaranteed for twp years wear. $22.50 and $20. $30. and $27.50 $15.00 Suits $35." and $32.50 Suits reduced to $22.98 Suits reduced to $1 6.48 Suits reduced to $12.48 going now at 39.40 . . The- ridiculous low- prices . . I I w9b 4 A 4 MIHHMraBHBP h I' Any one might write an advertisement like this, but no one can offer you such values, for we are OVERLOADED and they must go regardless of Price. Now is your opportunity to purchase a SUIT for LESS than actual worth. : fj THE ELITE c The Joseph Mercantile Co. THE OINLrY Don't Fail To See Our Table IIN Values. rWlTBrMLMWRraugfl I EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUTFITTERS is getting out one of the best weekly papers published in Central Kentucky, and was here to secure advertising for Richmond Climax. his publication. 'I V rV ' i r B i" HI ii Little Ruth and Louise Taylor are both reported ill. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Miss Margaret Waddell has returned Goings by Those Wt Are Interested In. to her home in Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey have been in Stanford visiting. INCORPORATED Mrs. Mary. Woodcock, of California Mr. Malcolm Aldridge and family left was here Friday. Located on Third Street L. & A. Depot. Richmond, Ky. this week to reside in Texas. Mrs. Sarah Hurt is in Stanford for a Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is at home afvisit to relatives. We gave satisfaction to our customers last season and feel ter a months visit in Danvile. that with that season's experience, we are better prepared and Mrs. Maurice Dudly was visiting in Miss Lena Kellar of Washington is qualified to serve our customers. Lexington last week. the guest of Miss Bettie Robinson. I YUUU HND IT IN THIS Mrs. Wm. Moss is in Middlesboro for Experienced men in all departments. We will get a visit to her mother. Mrs. John E. Storms is in Indianayou the highest market price for your tobacco. Mr. Thomas Wilson of Cave City is a polis for a visit to Mrs. F. R. Fox. Free accommodation for teams. Free Insurance. Splendid House for rent on Richmond street. guest at the Kengarlan, Miss Estella Conn has returned to Light. Courteous Treatment. A square deal to all. W. J. Romans. Judge Lewis L. Walker was in Louis- Louisville after a visit to homefolks. ville on business this week. DIRECTORS. If you have rusty hands you don't Mr. W. B. Burton left Tueseay for a J. W. Sweeney was in Louisville for two weeks buisness trip to Wilson N. use CREME SOAP. lOcts at all gro Elzie C. Million, Elmer Deatherage, cery stores in Lancaster. C. a business stay for a few days. C. H. Vaught, T. Curtis, Mrs. Louis Landram of Danville was Mrs. Woods "Walker and little daughFor Rent. with her mother Mrs.- - Marksbury Tuester have been in Stanford visiting. Eight room honse, suitable for a Marion Coy,"" Thos. Smith. day. boarding house. Mrs H. B. Sweeney. Miss Mary Chestnut has returned Miss Allah Mae Traylor of Stanford, Bryantsville, Ky. from a protracted stay in Oklahoma. was the guest of the Misses Zanone Ask your grocer for a cake of Creme The Misses West of Nicholasville are last week. Soap for all toilet use now. Only lOcts visitors of Mrs. Ethel West Darnold. Miss Florence and Allen Johnson per cake. Miss. Emma Hughes Hays of Stan- spent Thanksgiving with relatives in All persons having claims against the Ill ford is visiting Mrs. James A. Beazley. Richmomd. estate of Almira Wearren deceased, Miss Norma Mlmore has been in present them to the undersigned Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Champ and daugh at have been visiting at Paint Lick. Harrodsburg the guest of Mrs. Charles once properly pr oven. ters A. Hardin. W. 0. Wearren, Admr. Miss Mary Johnston of Lexington IS was the guest of Miss Elizabeth Collier The Chautauque Circle will meet Creme Soap. l with Mrs. P. Frisbie Saturday Mrs. David Jones and little daughter afternoon at 2:30. For all rough skin, chapped hands, of Kirksville are visiting Mrs. R. S. Mrs. John M. Farra entertained the chapped lips and face, a skin food; try Brown Morning Bridge Club Thursday at the it. For sale by all grocery stores and Mrs. Raymond Hendren and daugh- Hotel Kengarlan. J. E. Stormes' Drug- Store. lOcts per mi cake or 3 cakes for 25cts. ter are with Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Miss Sophronia Fox led the MissionBrown. ary Society Monday afternoon at the TO THE OLD SOLDIERS. . Misses Susie Hilton and Pearl Bettis Presbyterian church. Hustonville, Ky, R. F. D. No 2, Box were guests of Mrs. Lester Hilton of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Paxton of Stan- 51. Nov-14t- h 1911, Stanford. ford, came Wednesday to visit Mr. and Dr. J. J. Pursley (Dakota Jack) Miss Ida Lee Bourne js at home from Mrs. A. C. Robinson. Lancaster, Ky., Dear Sir: Please have a visit to her sister Mrs. W. K. WarMrs. W. B. Mason and daughter published the following letter. For ner of Stanford. Miss Sue Shelby Mason were visitors the benefit of all the old soldiers, who Mrs. George Bruce of Danville was in Lexington Wednesday. fought daring the civil war for what the guests of her sister Mrs. James A. Miss Annie Oaks returned home they thought right. I was a soldier Royston Friday. Saturday after a three weeks stay during the civil war and fought for the cause and for 15 years I have been Mr?. James Burnam Woods and little with relatives in Stanford. a sufferer of rheumatism and for the daughter have been in Danville visiting Mr. Charles Speith a tobacco buyer past 11 years I have been unable to do Miss Mary Noel. of Louisville who makes an annual any thing. I had almost lost use of vn Miss Edna Kavanaugh of the D and purchase in Lancaster is here this my self. I had rheumatism in my D Institute of Indianapolis came home week. shoulders, back and lower limbs, I tried v for Thanksgiving. M. D. Hughes was in Columbus, everything I could hear of that was Mr. Miss LaVerne Nevius and brother Ind., all of last week attempting to recommended for rheumatism. I tried James have returned from a visit to pull off a real estate deal of some mag- a number of Doctors and they done me no good. Some of them told me the relatives in Stanford. nitude. more you treat rheumatism the worse Miss Hal lie Brown and visitor Miss Mr. and' Mrs. George Spoonamore it gets. I had lost all hope I was a Ella Thompson of Danville visited and little son of Crab Orchard have miserable existence to self. A friend Friday. friends in "been the guest of W. M. Zanone and 31. Residence Phone Office Phone told me .of PURSLEY'S INDIAN Miss Yirginia Bourne is at home af- family. HERBS. I ordered a 45 days treatLANCASTER. KY. ter a protracted yisit to.her grandmoth The many.friends of Mr. Charles W. ment and taken it according to direcer, Mrs. Woolfolk of Lexington. Anderson are glad to see him on the tions and it has cured me sound and I can work and walk 5 mile now Harrods-bur- g streets after a several weeks siege of well. Mrs. Charles A. Hardin of BniraJBrEfMp.rfrtiMfrtiJTrti. without exertion. PURSLEY'S INDand illness. has joined her husband here IAN HERBS, is a god send to all sufis a guest at the Simpson House. M .Judge John H. Welch of NicholasGO ferers of rheumatism and I appeal to Mrs. J. M. Farra Misses Bertha and ville, who is prominently spoken of sufferers of rheumatism to try it and Bettie Walker Burnside were visitors throughout the district as a candidate be convinced. This letter is unsolicitin Danville the latter part of the. week. for congress, was here on business ed by anyone and voluntarily written Wednesday. by my self for the beniflt of people Mrs. G. M.Patterson and nurse Miss The Woman's Club met W ednesday who suffer with the dread disease Frances Thomas of the Crab Orchard Sanitorium spent the past, week in Lan- afternoon at the Christian Church, and Rheumatism. Try it and be convinced Yours very truly, Avas led by Mrs. James B. Kinnaird, caster. - FOR (signed) W. S. Taylor. subject the War of 1812 and the . Naval' Marcus White and Miss Elizabeth period. Pursley's Indian Herbs are for sale' Battle of that Broaddus both of this county drove to Chapter of by J. J. Pursley Lancaster, Ky., or by, The Mary Walker Price .the city of Danville and were united in Druggist $1.00 for a 45 J. E. the U. D. C. will mee't Monday after- Hays Stormes Vi marriage. treatment. noon Dec, 11th. at the home of Mrs. Messr's Bright and Looney of Dan- John M. Mount. AH of the members ville were visitors in Lancaster for the are requested to be present. social given at the christian church Very Serious Several of the little friends and Thanksgiving. schoolmates of Miss'Carrie Belle RoIt is a very serious matter to ask Mrs. R. L. Hubble, Mr. Logan Hubmans partook of her hospitality last for one medicine and have the ble and Miss Ethel Walter were guests Thursday evening and all expressed wrong one given you. Forthia of Miss Mattie Lge Hubble in Lexing- themselves as having had-- a very pleas."Bennett-Block- " reason we urge you xn buying" to ton on Thanksgiving ant time. b careful to get the genuine Misses Elizabeth Stagg, Sophia SandI; Hamilton Mr. and Mrs. James ers, Lucile Ballew and Master Joseph served an elaborate dinner to the fol- BLAcr-drmigHT Ballew, of Stanford were the guests of lowing guest Sunday', Hon. W. I. Miss Carrie Bell Romans last week. Williams, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hudson, Liver Medicine Mrs. James Royston entertained at a Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cotton and" "Mrs. Each the best in its Class. The reputation of this old, relia6 o'clock- - dinner, the honor guest being I. Hamilton. ble medicine, lor- constipation, one of her brides maid df. years ago, and liver trouble, is firmThe following oneswere here Mon!Mrs. W, S. Miller of Knoxvill,e. The day afternoon for the funeral of the ly established. It does not imitate other'medtcines. It is better .than dinner was served in elaborated courses 4 late Samule. Duncan. Judge Wm. Dun others, or it would not be the faand "was. an enjoyable affair. . Bradley can of .Louisville, Mrs. vorite liver powder, with a larger MdVtbah all others combined. Editor Green, Clay Walker, of Lan- Frahkf6r4br.andMrs. W.SX Elkin fOLDDTTOWN M Friday and :paid Atlanta, Mr. and Mrs ' John;' .Charles caster, was in 'the-cit;gig!milr?aJW..:?gflrgllrafl) this office a pleasant call.. Mr. 'Walker 0bdrne 'Knoxville,' Mrs.J Charlotte Madison Tobacco Gossip About people Warehouse Co. Stanford, Ashby Warren Louisville, Miss Jennie McKee Covington,. Mesdames Addie Cheek and Louis Landram of Danville. The many friends of the bride-to-b- e in this city, have received the following invitation; Mr. and Mrs. Henry W. Dunn request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Josephine, to Mr. William Franklin Tfoung, on the evening of Wednesday, the twentieth of December, nineteen hundred and eleven, at half after eight o'clock,, 501 East Main street, Danville Kentucky. Advocate. Warren irrm,,,,, LANCASTER. r tf !J 12-8-- ll-29-- 2t J. J. Il-29-- 4t ll-29-- 2t DAVE, the Judge Lewis L. Walker, who retires from the Circuit bench of the 13th Judicial district in favor of Judge Charles A. Hardin who was elected to the of- RED STAR F.-et- COAL Man will - at the last November election. Judge Walker was appointed by Gov. Willson to fill out the time intervening between the death of Judge Saufley and the next regular election. He declined to stand for election and retired from the bench voluntarily and will resume the practice of law in Lancaster. During his incumbency Judge Walker won golden opinions from the people all over the district who unhesitatingly pronounce him the peer of any judge who has occupied the bench in this fice H-29-- 2t (MTrgMfrUiMrfgMirJfrg. (!iirrHJerrlLlBfrtlipJHfr5ja 1537 the balance of December, at $3.00 per square for cash s Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. IT IS NOT MAGIC THAT PRODUCES i 8 Glen Lily Flour, It is just a combination of Good Wheat and Scientific Milling. We buy only the BEST WHEAT to begin with and put it through a process of Milling that insures a uniform product at all times. If you have not tried GLEN LILY FLOUR do so today. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Crab-Orcha- rd Garrard IraJiiftlJgarTHJiriili Milling Co. Lancaster, Kentucky. rlMiMrBfMrMilH. mMmMmWiWmJmfBmfMm TO THE Creamery COAL H. V. HI Wl I W V L i 1 tSnl 3 mr W IT jaB iMZT' .r ai ki 1 "" Local $ M JPS&S" JJ&0aB aI Never need repass -- Stormproof kcxpena Will Ut as Ioeg a the biakSag. Roof put oa over twenty years ago are at good as new today. For further detailed mformatioa apply to m m ZA ... nir m wl I "Straight Creek," and "Hermatige Cannel." Contxactotjor-CortriM- ht Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia, We Write Any Kind of - INSURANCE Office at National Bank. . BAST IN. W..-Q- pBMTTHll'i:JliJBTrirgJl"i "." ' BEAZLEY & COLLIER at Phone or call on us The National Bank of Lancastexv Ky. v. .f - . fa fsn db4Htto4MMU v- - . I .. ... --- '-. -- , ..,...-.--- . - ...- - f -- v. .. . . ri . - . .. iTHiTirri-TB- l ifr,,1' - TTl - ' - Suits, Ladies Tailored Shirt Waists. Dresses, 61oaks, Skirts and ALL this we- - will IN ONE $3.75 SKIRTS. G REAT . SALE. do PETTICOATS. make exceedingly low prices on every garment in our stock. This Sale coming just before Christmas will give you an excellent opportunity to make gifts of these garments. Consider these in making up your Christmas list. $5.00 TAILORED SUITS. $5.00 At this low pric2 we offer a small lot of excellent tailored suits carried from last year. The coats are merely a little longer and skirts a little .fuller, otherwise like the newest ones. The prices of these garments averaged $15.- Materials are all wool serges, cloths and cheviots, all well made and lined. -- We are going to make a great effort to clean up our stock of Ladies Garments by Christmas, and to $3.75 We will offer choice of many excellent new style skirts at $3.75. These are all strictly new and desirable in every way. We merely want to clean up and so offer $6. anp $7. skirts for $3.75. - FINE DRESSES. We have a number of handsome velvet, crepe meteor and serge dresses left over which we will make very low prices for THIS SALE. These vary so greatly in price that we could not make into lots, but you can be assured that they will be cheap. $10. TAILORED SUITS, $(). We will offer our entire stock of silk and meassi-lin- e petttcoats in this sale all at reduced prices. $3.95 for our finest Messaline Skirts, handsomely trimmed with silk fringe; were $6. $2.75. Fine Messaline skirts made with very deep accordeon ruffle, were $3.50 $1.25. Choice of all sateen and heatherbloom petticoats which we have been selling at $2. At this price we offer choice of a lot of entirely pf them received within the last week. new suits-ma- ny The materials are Serges, Cloths, Cheviots, Scotch Mix- $3.95 WAISTS FINE FURS. !pj.ob tures, Diagonals. These are all lined with guaranteed . EVENING WRAPS We have just ten very desirable evening wraps left in stock, and will make prices to close out quickly. These as Christmas present would be greatly appreciated. We offer choice of our entire line of plain and fancy chiffon and messaline shirt waists, which have been selling ht $6. and $6.50 for S3 -95, and all other waitss in proportion. satin. Finely tailored, with hand turned edges, and many with haircloth busts. Plenty of navy blues, also blacks, browns, greys, wines, etc All sizes from smallest to extra large sizes. There, never were such suits offered rt $10.00. DO NOT CLOAKS Every cloak in our stock will be offered at temptingly low prices. Most of our stock has recently been received, and are strictly in style. up-to-da- WAITCOME NOW. $5.00 DRESSES. te We have a number of muffs and sets of genuine American Mink, Black Lynx, Black Fox and Wolf, which we will offer at decided reduction fpom our already low prices. At 56.50 we offer a set of choice black imitation lynx consisting of largest size pillow mug and large shawl co'Iar. These we bought last summer very cheap. They are worth $10. i $5.00 OLD CLOAKS 2.50. We have a small lot of long cloaks and jackets carried from last year, which we offer at $2.50 for choice These will make excellent charity gifts. wants. CHILDREN'S DRESSES. We will include in This Sale all of our big stock of children's dresses, both the washable kind and those made of all wool serges. The prices will be sp low that it will pay you to buy for your future Choice of a small line about 30 new dresses made in various'styles in serge and satin. Come quickly if you want to secure one of these. A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. EB DANVILLE, KENTUCKY y x' Monday: 6 mare mules for which he IJUENA VISTA paid $190. each to various parties; of COLUMN I John Baldwin, 4 mules, 5 to 6 years old Mrs Nell Green remains quite ill. at $174. each; of Joe Collins, a harness The Misses Frost spent Thanksgivhorse for $165; of Bab Walker a 6 year ing with their parents. old combined horse for $185. and of Miss Florence Christopher was the dpace. below this beading is for the exclu John Goodloe a 5 year old horse by guest of Mrs. J. P. Miller of Burgin. subscribers, aud is for sive use of our farmer Rex Peavine for $175. the sale of stock, grain aud such things on Miss Nettie Ison is visiting the farm as the farmer cannot afford to adverAgricultural Commissioner M. C. family of R. P. Ison near Lancaster. tise. No notice will be accepted over four Rankin as chairman of the State Live lines, and will be ouly iu wo issues of the Victor Ruble and wife have moved Stock Sanitary Board, received recently to their home recently purchased of Record, free of chai ge samples of the Texas fever ticks taken Mrs. J. For Sale Meat hogs, G. W. Swine from a pt of 280 cattle now in Nelson Messrs Ben and Hubbard Waltoi. broad. county, the property of J. C. Able. formerly of Louisville have opened a Mr. Able purchased the cattle from harness shop in our village. W. R. Cook bought a pair of five Wayne county, Tennessee parties. year old mules of Wils Rogers for $325. Mr. James Mayes, son of Mr. John Commissioner Rankin immediately Mayes of this piace died at his home Registered jersey bull calves for sale. sent an order to the Judge of Nelson in Mercer county last week. county quarantining the cattle on the G. B. Swinebroad. Mr. Virgle Wilds one of our popular farm of Mr. Able pending an investiga Bright and Fox bought 3 mules at tion. poung men, goes to Burgin to live Richmond court for $185. with his uncle Charles Robinson. Local traders who attended RichMrs. John Green of Lexington was Lee Perkins bought 15 head 700 mond court Monday report a lot of over last week to attend the funeral pound cattle at $1.25 per cwt mules on the market with but "few sister-in-laMrs. Barney Lane. buyers and the sales which are report- of her International Hay Press For Sale: Miss Mary Bruner entertained very ed in just been run one season and is as good were this column are about all that pleaseantly a number of the younger made. It seems that the faras new. J. G. Loman. mers have held their mules too long set at the home of her consin, Mrs. John Marcee sold a bunch of sheep waiting for higher prices, and the de- Ed Eason on the 28th. at $3 75 per head W. T. Doolin also mand for them is about over, they will i Mrs. Lon Lane visited her sister Mrs sold a pair of weanling mules for $132. now be compelled to take much less ' Jesse Rogers, at Nicholasviile Friday than they could have sold themor two and Saturday. She was accompanied For Sale One dozen pure-bre- d months ago, or else keep them through home by Mrs. Rogers and baby. t Barred Plymouth Rock pullets. i the winter. Mrs. Jane Poor left Saturday for Mrs. J. F. Robinson. her daughter's Mrs. Ballard's near True to Convictions. A covey of quail in the orchard will It has been the plan of my life to Stanford. Mrs. Poor has lived hen prove a god friend to the grower, be- follow my convictions at whatever all her life and it is with deep regret cause they eat a tremedous number of personal cost to myself. James A her many friends bid her adieu. Garfield insects. Mrs. Barney Lane of Canp Nelson was buried at Mt. Olivet the 27th, Some nice thoroughbred For Sale: funeral conducted by Rev. Simpson of big type, Poland China Boars. HT. IIEJWON Burgin, Mr. Lane has a number of Walker Bradshaw. Rev. Mahan organized prayer meet- relatives and rriends here who sympaJ. J. Myres of the Bend sold his ing at Mt Hebron. thise with him in his Loss. entire tobacco crop at 9 cts to be de- - Mrs. A. S. Dean was in Lexington livered at Stanford. Prodigal Waste of Heat. Sunday and Monday. .About three times as mHch heat (e. To LOAN Three pair coming two Miss May Scott of Nicholasville has washed Ip Internal copbustion engines as Is converted Into power. year old mules. Phone D. B. Pelphrey j been with home-folkMiss Cora Hurt spent Wednesday un 347A or write Z. T. Rice Richmond Ky. til Sunday with Mr. Hulitt family. FLATWOOD At no time is the development of the Misses Edith and Lavia Montgomery pigs so easily influenced as while they J. H. Miller will move bffck to his Mr. Forest'Curtis are on the sick are depending oh the sow's milk the and farm this week. I FARMER'S i, j -- J.-Po- or. Now For Christmas We Suggest Early Shopping as by so doing you will Receive Better Service, and what is more Important, ypu will have an Unbroken Stock to ; Select iron. Buy Now and Have the Delivery Made When You Wish We Believe w that We Have the Most Attractive Line of Goods Ever Shown in Danville for the Selection of . This is a Broad Statement, but just Visit Our Store and You Will Agree With Us. of Goods. HOLIDAY GIFTS V Special Novelties in Every Line Reduced Prices On All Tailored:' Suits, Dresses and - We are determined to cut our stock of Reae$-to-Wear Waists. y down to the lowest point possible before Christmas, so are now offering the entire line at - s. Big Reductions From Lowest Regular. Prices. SO You can Buy them Now Just as Cheap as You Can in January. WHY WAIT? . Miss Pearl Sherrow was with the For Sale: About 100 barrels of Misses Coulters from Friday until Sungod corn in the crib. day. J. W. Tatem, R. F. D. No.l Mr. B. McWillam and family arrived fast week from BJoomington IU and are For Sale: A few barred plymouth rock cockerels and hens at 50c each 2 with her mother. 'Little Miss Alta Upton .of Burgin miles from Lancaster on Crab Orchard x was the guests of her cousins Addie Mrs. Taylor House. pike. ' Mae and Charlie Marsee Sunday, W. B. Burton' on last Friday shipped The dwelling house of Mr. Thomas to thejWillson Live Stock Co., Wilson Montgomery was destroyecLby fire FriN. C. pisifth car load of stock for day morning. vMost of the contents this season. The last consignment down stairs were saved. consisted of 20 mules which' cost $200. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Montgomery each and 5 horses for which he paid and Mr. Frank Montgomery were called $165, each. to Harrodsburg last week by the illness W. B.yBurtOB reports the following of their father Mr. Thomas njirchaies .at Richmond court last first month of life. list. Mrs. Marinda Long who has been seriously sick for a week is no better, Mr. Ed Portwood who has been sick for several days is reported to be no better. Joseph Hall has sold his farm to Sam Wilcox for ?300.00 and will move to his farm near stringtown. Rev. A, C, Baird will go to Knox county this week to assist Rev, R, B, Tye in a series of meetings. FJoyd McCarty has sold his farm to W.'H. Furr and will move to Danville to work at the carpenters trade. Albert Owens and wife will move to Whitley county this week. Albert will assist his f atherin a loging co" ntract .. TailrNow al $10.00 $14.50 $18.00 and $25.00 Reduced from $ 5,00, $20.00, $25.00 and $35.00. 1 y Welsh & Wiseman Co. t DAINVIkLB KENTUCKY. . V . K st H ex i J - ft . 4 4w- - - . A ?.- - r6j if- --- - ')J4- - Jfcd - - -- v