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LANCASTER KYJf FRIDAY, DECEMBER L5, 1911. wuraraJ rarsissnsTsriiarar on the second page of this issue. it and you will be interested. Garrard Comity 5ends A Goodly enfation-fl- f r3XS3XS&2X&22eS32C HEATING AND Nr. N.a Miller on Tuesday morning representing churches and fraternal -order will meet for organization next , the 19th. Monday night, at City Council Rooms. The Joseph Mercantile Co. are of There arrived at the home of Mr. fering some good value's this month. Read their large "advertisement on the and Mrs- - J. S. Johnson Jr. on the - night of December 1st a' six pound "fifth'page of girlc The young lady has been chrisMrs. J. J.Poor who had an opera- - tened Annie Campbell. t pital about a week ago is able to be Memorial M. Church. taken to her home in the county. Preaching oil first and 3rd Sundays a. m. and p. M. Union song service Col. M." P. Elkin of Lexington will be hereHhis Friday, night and will meet next Sunday 2:30 p. m. with" scripture with the local-ten- t of Maccabees. All verse voluntary from each one, everymembers are requested to be present. body invited. --- Father O.'Dwyer of Richmond, will Record is requested to announce that Special attention is called to the large j ig hold Catholic service at the home of committees of Associates Charities auverusemenc ormr. das. w. amitn s Read MM ral Repres -- tins-issu- Her; Unterrified Democ- - racy To The Inauguration, Despite The. Inclement . -- I Weather. - 1 PLUMBING. i Logan's Sale. Mr. P. E Clark of Bryantsville sold his crop of tobacco at the Danville ToDont fail to be on hand early- - on Sat bacco Warehouse at from $5.90 to$14.-7- urday morning when Mr. H. T. Logan's This is that Mr. L. C. sale will starts We call attention to Hopper of this county is working for. the large advertisement in this lssue. and the good values offered. 5. the'-liouse .- ' Road Work Continues. - We use the best material the market affords. Let us make" you an esti- - . mate on your wants. We ijistall the Pneu- niatic Water System in r country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. &&&3& WINDOW GLASS Double and Single Strength ALL SIZES AT V McROBEEIS Drug Store. M ' THE Tfce QHALMESS TJHRTY, par with ap established.reputation, now in its four th year of phenomenal success: Demountable rimB. Self Starter. All completely equipped for " long distance service, . " , Storms Aytombbile Agency. Fk, Coal. Salt. Shingles We have the celebrated Trcjw's Perf ectipn fjQur? RaympnfJ City Coal, all coal, no clinkers Ohio River Jtean Slt,' Calif prnia Red Woog Shingles. Faming Implements of all kinds. TUnBAJKiER WAGONS. GUSSS and SAUNDERS 'tf-r We want "Seed-Wheat Q a"j; tons of Timothy Hay. We Jarcprepared to clean 5c per bushed CJean it the same dayyou bring it 1 k- - without warning, it occurring at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Phelps, near Foxtown. Complaining of not feeling well, Mrs. Smith, who was alone, asked the sergant to telephone for Dr. Rutledge, of the neighborhood: On arriving, the. doctor found Mrs. errected here recently. Smith in a serious condition, death A. Corking food Paper. coming before he could render any Shipton Estes Announces. Editor Green Clay Walker, Qf the medical aid. No'woman of our city In this issue will be found the announ Lancaster Record, was in town Wedwas better known. She was the widow nesday and secured orders for a num- cement of Mr. Shipton H. Estes as a of J. Speed Smith, who passed away ber of "ads" from our merchants. candidate for Magistrate in the first several years ago, and who, during his Mr. Walker is getting out a splendid district of Garrard county, subject to life was one of the most, prominent paper, and deserves the hearty support the action of the democratic party. men in Richmond." He was a Mason is fifty five years of age and of the good people of the town and Deceas has lived in this county since he was of high standing in the State. county he .so earnestly boosts. Dan ed Was about 60 years qf age, and a ten years af age and has always taken ville Messenger. an interest in politics. He is a lifelong lifelong and devoted member of the beloved'by a democrat and has never put his mark Baptist church. She was Succeeding In London. wide circle of friends who mourn, her any where but underl'the Rooster. If She issurvived.by the .following Mr. and Mrs. Wiljiani A.Arnold. the people loss. Mesdam'es.George Phelps, of came down from London "Saturday night for this office, he will make a good one children; county;'and David Tevis, of Seattle and "were warmly greeted by their and will guard well the interest of the this many friends in Lancaster. Mr. ArWash; Misses Margaretta and Mary neople. He has a great number-o- f Smith," of this city, and J. nold tells us that he is sncceeding adfriends and many of them have been Barrett Speed Smith, of Seattle, Wash. She mirably with his laundry and that Lon- trying for some time to get hinuto andon is a thriving place and he hopes to leaves two brothers: William Barrett, nounce for this important office and Barrett, of build up asplendid business there, of Owensboro, they claim'that he is a winner. Louisville, and one sister, Mrs. ' Lizzie Minier, of Highland, Kas. The late Farmers Union Establishes Store. McCreary Again Rules Kentucky. Hon. John Barrett, of Louisville, was The Farmers Union of Garrard counOn Tuesday at the state Capitol at a brother. She was a daughter qf Wil ty will on next Monday, Dec. 18th open Governor James B. McCrea- liam F. Barrett, deceased, and a grandup their store in the room adjoining Frankfort obligation which.-makery took the him daughter, on .her mother's side of Judge. Turner & Carpenter near "the dep'ot, for the second time Governor of Ken William Goodloe. The funeral services They will, cater principally to the mem tupky. The oath was by at 10 bersof the Union, but will be glad of Chief Justice James P. administered the were "Conducted Sunday morningGeorge Hosbon of o'clock at the residence of any custom that may come to them. Kentucky court of appeals, after which Phelps, by Rev, C. C. Marshall, of the The business will be under the manage the Governor turned and warmly shook which har rementof Mr. W." P. Anderson a splen tands with his old comrade.-i- n arms, Baptist church, after Richmond cememains were brought to did citigen of the. Paint Ltpk neighbor Gen- Simon Boliver Buckner, who is altery and laid to rest beneath a mound hood, who wijl remove his family to an exrGovernor of Kentucky; Judge of flowers, token of the love and esso Lancaster the Jrst of thenar, IJobson then administered the oath teem in which - she was held by all The Farmers Union is assuming large Which made Edward. J. McDermott of Mrs. W. F. Barrett and Mason Barrett proportions iqthe qqunty, there heing Louisville Lieutenant Governor. The of Louisville; Mrs. Lizzie Minier, of in the neighborhood, df .a. jthoqsaqd ceremonies were very simple and were Hiehland. Kas:. and John Craig, mcle members-w)io- " belong to the various quick qver. Mayor Polsgrove of Frank of Mrs. Smith, of Danville, and Judge Locafs throughout the county, and the fort aoted as master of Ceremonies, and Mrs. Benton, of Winchester, were establishment qf this, stpr is, intended and after prayer by Rev. Zeigler of the among the attendants at the burial. to supply their wa.nts in every ljne a.t a Presbyterian church, he introduced thel Richmond Climax. nominal cost. retiring Governor Augustus & Wilson ' who in a farewell address of some Public Sale Of Suburban Property Dealing Out Justice, . length paid worthy tribute to his sue By the authority of Judge L L. Wal In the circu.it cqurt Jast week a colore Lcessor and bade him 'God speed. ker, executor of the will of T. B. Walk eg man Bl'ythe plead, H breakingnaniedthe.L- - & N- - guilty to erNotwithstanding the inclement weath er, deceased", we will sell to the highest fujly seven thousand people from into d.epot at Paint Lck and was given the indeter- e.very section of the.state gathered to bidder at the court house, on Monday . 1911, at 10 o'clock A.M minate penalty of from two to fiY witness the inaugural ceremonies, and December-25th205 acres of- land, with a large- barn, years fop his offense, . after the oath was administered, they belonging to the .said decedent's estate, L,ee Allen, another .colored! man,, cheered, to the echo the incoming offi adjoining the city of Lancaster, charged with asalt mj battery upon, cere. and being a highly fertile and his wife, was .fined. $1QQ. and ia.now as desirable traet .of land, fronting on Grand Jury Adjourns. sistjng .on the. county roads, Qreat Richmond street, near a concrete walk, pity there is not a, mor severe punishr The grand jury adjourned last week with beautiful building sites, near one pient that might be dealt out 'to such, after having found 37 iudictments, ten of the "best Graded Schools in the state, criminals, for of all the despicable of which were for felonies, the remain- convenient to market and combining crimes that of wife beating" is- one of der for misdemeanors. Included in the. the worst, and the worst punishment number were two for murder, one the most desirable features of city and country life. TSuch property is in de which can be Inflicted seem hardly against Allen Jones for the killing of-- mand, land adjoining it having sold at sufficient'- - . Harrison Preston below Bryantsville Jim Brooks, colored, charged with about two months since, Jones was a $150. per acre. We will first- offer abont one hundred assault and battery was also assessed negro and made his escape on a Sunday and thirty five acres fronting on. Richto the, tune of $100. and. is helping excursion and has never been captured; mond street then about thirty five llen on. county work. the other against Les Burton for the. acres on (he east of the farm, adjoinkilling of a negro named Hutchinson at NowCeaes'lk Straige Jta. , White Oak on Thanksgiving night, Bur- ing T. Bt Robinson; then approximately seventy acres with building site accesFrh sible to a road leading from Richmond Nexfweek at tie Lancaster Opera tons trial has been set for Hpuse,'-presena most unusual at: day. , pike. If desired the front on 'said has-be- en traction. He fortunate m" The present grand jury was one of street will by a line running securing-.thmych talked, of Jta, the the best thatJias sat in the county in nearly .north, dividing the land into two girl mentalist, who-wa- s eagefly sought some time,. Foreman Chas. Poindexter parts) ofa.bout eighty and one hundred by other Kentucky Igrs. She will ap kept them busy at work, and a great and twenty five, acres,, which will also e near "in theatersin- this state. deatfof the cussedness thatt has begn he offered separately. After offering namely Ashland,Georget9wn and Xan- - going on in the county was investigat- the tracts" mentioned, the entire bounded and somegoftd results will followt ary, of caster tpis season. two hundred, and five acres, will Ita.isaVfye.ar old California giri; TJfte napes of seYergl wUness.ep who be offered as whole, and the bid or whose wonderful mental abilities and failed to heed; the summons of the body bids, realising thV most money, will be dempnstratjgns hay'e yon "her" an en- wreh,anlttta,JudgeHartn, and he or accepted, This is a Tare opportunity to viable repptatiori. She has appeared dered that orders 01 arrest be 1 sued purchase property located as this is, as in fteeadngtheatrea in the" XL S.. or them-t- o the next, term of court. no other property, adjoining the city, Canada,Englan amd Mexic6. Her This will teach themibat'itjs better to is for sale-.- -. .... prfprmayce is sajtfto be high.lyv en- coe'when they.are summoned, rather TERMS: The'sale will be made for tertaining, puzzling, gird, and strange, than to. be placed under bond .for their one third payable January ", funning oyer,n,iiour. Several reels t future appearance. .when deed, will be made and' possession will-lihigh Plass pictures nnrln given, The remainder payabJin one Hl Reason. , acts and on account of. . Innd furft.vipnrsl -- -t, - "rith BlVtTVftfTntoTcif r rr I tear jrOU DJUK "J the leng&it'tiie pe"rformanc'e but one Rogers My love, nswaeu--o,ine xana zor tuan'ueing, tak?' to, Ranting. '' show:anightwillbe.glYen,.it tarting Mrs. Roger ;Wkyf- payment, '..v-. promptly 7:M fistiJMr " Htfthea & SwinebroadT. : IfeIwowl. w my.euw ;pMWf.i-nn- Pr, LanwterKyA.DC8fir 13tfei9U. some-Xma- Circuit Court. The county machinery is at present engaged in remoleling the Kirksville Things are at present moving along pike they will continue on that road rapidly in circuit court and Judge Har- until severe weather forcesthem to am is noiamg down the Judgeship to cease operation for the winter.: They the satisfaction of all parties. Hon. are grading and ditching that pike and Geo. D. Florence is here looking after placing it in the best possible condition. the commonwealth interest! As we go to press they are in the case of Turner Bring Us Your Job Work. against Nrtional Bank. Several small ... The Record is enjoying a splendid run crimnal cases are yet to be tried. of job work at present. We are equipNearing Completion. ped and prepared to do as good job work as any office in the state; at as The new residences of Messrs Theo. reasonable rate and with as much neat- Currey and L. G. Davidson on Richness and dispatch as it can be done in mond street are nearing completionand the city. Give ns a trialorder.' and are marvels of "beautv and will lend considerably to the beauty of that Tobacco Season. already pretty thoroughfare. The Rain Sunday night and Monday homes of Messrs Allie and David Sanbrought tobacco "in case", and the ders on Danville street are "also "being farmers, are busy engaged stripping pushed rapidly' and are in keeping with and bulking their crops and a great the many pretty residences which surmany of them will get at least a part round them. Strangers visiting Lanof their crops on the market in time to caster often remark upon .the many prstty residences which have been s get money. Tuesday morning dawned dark and gloomy and with a mist of rain pouring but in the face of the- mean prospects for the day, forty four of Garrard coun ty's stalwart democrats boarded-- a speci al coach attached, to the early morning train, headed for the inauguration of Gov. McCreary. Fully twice that num- ber had expressed their intentiorfof gb- lnor. but were deterred bv th wat.Tipr.-- ; .. ,, M, w. The crowd was marshalled by Chairman W. H. Brown and Representative-elec- t John M. Farra, and they were augmented by at least twenty five more before the county line was crossed, all bent on showing their respects to the new Gov- erner and showing to the state that old Garrard is once more safely back in the democratic fold. Each rnember of the party wore a badge of pink ribbon on which was inscribed a rooster and "Garrard County Democracy, 158 Mc - Toys Toys a Large Assortment of ugfUSdiSO For Girls and Boys. Also XMAS& HOLIDAY To .Suit Everybody. Creary". SUDDEN SUMMONS HASELDEN BROS Called From Life An - Estimable Woman. No recent death has caused such a shock to our community as did the death of Mrs. J. .Speed Smith, Friday last. Her death came suddenly and SANTA GLAUS STORE. iilil rMJSMSliliilrliMiJll IMJlfUmjlO SjE MiilrlSirUiijgrijiMjri iHimiHnfaiHraiBjr&iHiaig ' IT IS NOT MAGIC THAT PRODUCES Olen 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 v Mr;-Est- es GtENLILT FLOUR do so fo"day7 Garrard lH UHljlflJlJiJ I Milling - Co. and-Maso- n Lancaster, Kentucky. p rlMlrmMfraiBi1!!!!?!? J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. s F. HUDSON, President. -- fe -- Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL; $50,000. W. O. Rigney, SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention-- . M. Arnold, J. s. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. - Keu-tuck- y, Lancaster OPERA HOUSE AU -- - -- - -- Week, Commencing to-da- ts flonday, Dec 18th Americas Greatest Mental Marvel- - e but-thre- - -- "ITA"". - -- THE PEERLESS GIRI MENTAUST ls-191- "" Ask her any Question. She Knpws, J Sets. e ir7 y n 'Wwdy4sk : Hjiffrba:?ik'tf7 ';" - ' 'J"7". Performance begins at 7:30 o'clook sharp. .' PRICES 10 and 0 9 , 5 -- yr n. .r1- -! : e. f . N'Vv- - TV, -, lj-..- - .i,.-- rnv - , --. i .?;& J V -tf- - ansEi 1; We can load your Wagons with Genuine Overcoat COST $22.50 Hart Schaffner and Marx Suits 20.00 Haft Schaffner and Marx Suits 18.50 Pure Wool Suits 15.00 Pure Wool Suits ant Snit Sale 5&i Stylifslr ..... $16.75 14.75 12.75 10.75 BEGINNING SATURDAY, DEC 16, 1911 $22.50 Hart Schaffner and Marx Overcoat 20.00 Hart Schaffner and Marx Overcoat 18.50 Hart Schaffner and Marx Overcoat 15.00 Hart Schaffner and Marx Overcoat $16.75 14.75 12.75 10.75 In order to clean up my Fall and Winter stock of Suits and Overcoats, I will sell for the next 10 days, my entire stock of Suits and Overcoats at MANUFACTURERS COST. Strilt Creel Coal -- AT- We invite you to inspect our stock of Wool Suits and Overcoats. HOUSE OF QUALITY. The Central Record 13c PER BUSHEL J X3LO. w SMITH, Must Redeem Party Pledges. I , LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I ah A-- l- Purity, a first patent flour guaranteed at $5.75 per barrel and $3.00 for half barrels. Just the size for your pantry. F EE D of all kinds. H AND (I v v Phone 26. S vlsancaster, Ky. New Buggy Agency But into Another Mine Horror. those labor unions inevitably will creep Hon. Harry A. Sommers, editor of Messrs. Herndon & Walker the clev- Briceville just such men as the McNamaraJbroth- - This time closer home, at incorporated. the Elizabethtown News is sending iTenn. last Saturday morning in the i er liverymen of this city have accepted ers, men who will seek to gajn ends by 1.00 a year. literatureall over the state in order to Issued Weekly. mines of the Cross Mountain Coal Co. the agency for the R. M. Arnold buggy lair means or foul, and who without build up a sentiment against the third took place entombed over made at Danville. They will take even exhausting every honorahle an explosion GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. house, and to make public sentiment 100 miners, sixteen of their dead bodies pleasure in showing the buggies to you means, seek to further their ends by already been recovered and the at any time and ask that you call at Entered at the Post Ollice In Lancaster, Ky., demand of the different representameans of the torch, dynamite and such haying tives of the counties that they carry out Mail Matter. as Secoud-Classtill going on. The their stable and inspect same. Mr. violent means, and just so long as such work of rescue the promises of the democratic platcountryside is aiding in the work Arnold has at different timers had" the Member Kentucky Press Association men are tolerated and such means are entire .9 .nr.n-uritUMlf olrtrtTA tf "fYnI ctrllrr. fill CffTV fr r?fCTloiF fWn. Sn stn, form upon which the entire ticket 3.. V...4. employed, just so long will organized ' v and swept the state at the last election. horoJc-alIto pring succor to the this is the first agency he has establish Eighth District Publishers League. J" rJH This county elected John M. Farra imprisoned men who may be alive and ed in the county. These buggies are . laboring aspire. tb.e betterment to the Legislature and can rest assured deaf hand made and sold under a guaranty, of to Lancaster, Ky., December 15, 1911. class. Ttomer they purge their he will endeavor to carry out the that retarted b' Herndon & yalker will appreciate your work is ranks of this class of members, &e dreadM blabdainil. To a man patronage, party pledges. Those progressive planks sooner will they become a power for Rates For Political Announcements that Judge O'Rear and the republican imprisoned and dead -miners are , good and will meet with the approba--'!- , i the , . ,. vrv riii'ii k iii For Precinct and City Offices i i hiiiimxshhh ii $ 5.00 leaders told the people that the demo,i i imnii nil ri l a juuiuj w.,..w nunutuu. v i hi "" tion of the public. 10.00 crats would not carry out, must be to For County Offices a forejgnor being in the employ of not I j Well Known In Lancaster I For State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 the fullest meaning carried out so as to Qqt Of As the result oT an hours conference the company, 10 insure the people of the sincerity of For Calls, per line with the President by Senator Bradley Hcnor At Inauguration. 10 the democrats. Had the people for an For Cards, per line last Saturday, it is confidently expect- Lincoln County Commissioner Appointed. For all publications in the interinstant thought before the election ed that within a short time the apOn last Saturday Judge Hardin an? The Lexington Herald of Monday est of individuals or expresthat Goy. McCreary and the demopointments may be announced of Wins nounced the appointment of Mr. Eph contained the following complimentary cratic representatives and senators sion of individual views, per r !. na '!!( ziAmmioiiinnAii ton Wiseman as Collector to succeed DrtitrtinrrrtM i.u uc rroofrr i.umunaoium.-- i . nuijte ui near ,'jumjrai L.ucien young, .! . .ff r tcumiijjwu 10 wpuld betray them and proye false to . line Junge J. Sherman Cooper in Danville, of the Lincoln circuit court. This Admiral Young is well known hen , ,05 .the vows, the whole ticket would have him. Obituaries, per line James P. Spillman to succeed himself puts an end to a sharp controversy having frequently visited his mother, gone down to merited fdefeat. W,e Thousands of Kentuckians who as postmaster at Harrodsburg and which has existed in Lincoln county ( the late Mrs. Jane Young, who for-must haya a greater Kentucky and we fought for the Union are now drawing Coleman C. Wallace ANNOUNCEMENTS to succeed him over this position ever since Judge merly .resided here with her son Dr. F. must keep the grand old state in demo- pensions, pensions many which of were self as postmaster at Richmond. For County Judge. O. Young, now of Lexington. Hardin's election. Messrs Harve cratic line; in order to do this the secured by th'e assistance of those demand Rowan Saufley were apRear Admiral Lucian Young, who We are authorized to announce Clay.-to-n people must demand that their rep- ocratic members of congress from this There is a strong probability of the plicants, but neither of them landed has been in Lexiegton for about two A. Arnold as a' candidate for Coun- resentatives be clean and able men and and other southern states, who the passage at this session of congress of the plum, Judge Harding giving it to weeks visiting Dr. and Mrs. F. O. ty Judge"of Garrard County subject to men who will stand back of the promis- Times unjustly accuse of opposing the the Sulloway bill, which is intended to a dark horse. W. W. (Happy) Saun- Young, will go to Frankfort Monday, .. made by their party. es the action of the democratic party. give to tne surviviors ot tne civil war ders was appointed trustee of the jury where he will remain for the inaugurapension system. One of the determinate issues of the . .j we do not wish to enter into a con- - who wore the blue pensions to the fund. Both of these appointments tion of Governor McCreary on TuesWe are authorized to announce last campaign was the county unit ques-- , wkh the gentleman f rom Indi: amount of 30. per month, regardless should meet with public approval as day. He will be one of the distinJames A. Beazley as a candidate for turn Both parties embodrnd iUn their tro of their time of service. ana. or for that matter a both of the gentlemen are splendid guished visitors and a guest of honor County Judge of Garrard county, sub- platform and both parties were thunder- - ,' on subject bufc we do wJsh to young democrats and are capable of at the ceremonies. ject to the action of the Democratic ing all over the state they werem ear-- 1 dm re the same staRJ and filling the offices to which they have A number of his friends in this city, party. Garrard Wins A Prize. "helr ' Ver old state of been appointed. who have been watching his career in gpnd 1at McCreary Ke ghboring The Madison County Poultry Show at the Navy with much interest, aud who For Sheriff. "" 0 V wasin earnest and he was, howeyer he sfate ' of Indiana, and they meet Lu f Roads And Rural Delivery. :, Richmond closed a four days success-fare proud of his extraordinary success heVe We are authorized to announce C. A. must have the support of the democratic much orany othe? meeting last Saturday. About five his chosen vocation, are planning to The Postoffice Department is notify-- " " 'e Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of legis ature. We hear that the whiskey Jace Jh count hundred fowls were on exhibition, blue ing the various postmasters of the coun give a banquet in the Admiral's honor , rh'J ' volunteer to bloods from the fowl kingdom o'f the try tliat ttie roads riiiist be put in good Wednnsday evening. Garrard County, subject to the action people are already at work using every t OYTrnTnonr mmr nnm thmf .&...v...i, v..tJ, .oi muin. ui w rbl rf,cpnt ,tfcyrw to on HofonH thorn ..u in state. Mr. S. A. Hill was "the only Gar-rar- d of the Democratic party. insult " " ...... pa ..." Admiral Young has been stationed i order along rural free delivery routes. , thp democratic legislators to repudiate tlie frfwf"' nnf1 wp pnql, nv fitat cgunfy man whose name appears Citizens of the rural districts who ap-- for the past two years in command of vWe are authorized to announce platform upon which their party wa3 ge the right of any newspaper anyr in he jist of those who succeeded in nreciate the advantages of havine- a Jne iNavy Yard at Pensacola. O Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff swept into power. We do not think X.T " O ". where to interfere, as to the method capturing PFegr pgstoffice at their doors should be suffi- - j where he was promoted last y'ear to of Garrard county, subject to the ac- that the whiskey people can have much adopted in Kentucky of inaugurating cientlv Datriotic to take an interest in the rank of Rear Admiral, next to' tfie tion of the democratic party. influence with our legislators, however our governor, be they confederate or. Christmas Turkeys. the roads oyer wh'fch Uncle Sam.'s car-- 'youngest on the active list o the it is well to warn them. If they find union soldiers. te We are authorized to announce W. Buyrs are scouring the county m riers must travel in the daily perform-- ! ijavy. was b,orn democrats who are willing to violate He in Lexington March 31. L. Laweon for sheriff of Garrard search of turkeys for the Christmas ance of their duty. A good road light- their pledges, it will make every true and was appointed to the NavaJ On Sunday morning the doors of county, subject to the action of the democrat in this old commonwealth market and are offering eleven cents ens immeasurably tle carrier's burden !52r Academy in 1869, where he graduated. Quentin Cal. prison closed on the democratic party. Tiang his head in shame. We hope that San for them, a little less than what was and keeps him in better humor with his ngtmni null Ula iK TTr. non ollimr in 1873. HS first (llltV TTflB On tho IT McNamara Bros., barring accident or offered before thanksgiving. From there will not be a representative or For Assessor, steamer Alaska. After performing senator in Frankfort but who will be escape, J. B. to serve the remainder tno nnmhpr that thpv nr hrinorinor in to his mail much more prompt'y and most of his natural life and James J. to serve town it would seem that the turkey satisfactorily to all persons concerned , several sets of signal bravery he waj We are authorized to announce Pava for the County Unit bill. We do not C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor see how they can keep from being for fifteen years, the former, by his own crop in the county was larger than was if he has a smooth highway to travel . Pmoted to the rank of Ensign in of Garrard county subject to the ac- it since it is right and since the people confession, sentenced for the dynamit- expected, in fact comes up to the aver- - and ia not compelled to lose time and ia74- - ln 18T' m recognition of work ing of the plant of the San Francisco age of the last few years. temper dodging obstructions or Hound-- 1 uu"c "' "Je aavinK oi nves irom tne tion of the democratic party. have proven hat they want the bill Times, in which several lives were ering in and out of mudholes, on the wrecK oi the Huron, he was given the passed. rank of Master by the United States We are authorized to announce Mr. ost, and the latter for the dynamiting Beware Of fire. way. Ex If a legislator who is a democrat of the 1 E, Senate. In 1883 he was appointed a B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi JJewelyn Iron Works. votes against this bjlj, what kinjd of " Lancaster has never experienced a Lieutenant of the Junior Grade, sent nation of Assessor of Garrard County, TJie confession of the McNamara HON. ROBERT H. WINN salve could he use to ease his conscience Bros, to Panama, and remained in South subject to Jtfte action of the democratic of their guilt, owing to their in- fire that could be traced directly to under the burden of his betrayals. Np fireworks, and it is hoped that we nev- - Of Mt Sterling Succeeds Judge O'rear As America waters party. nntil 1886, at which ornate association with organized labor, democrat in this progressive age can time he was ordered to Washington js the most.sev.e're jilow eyer struck er will, but it is well to exercise due We are aufcborfced to announce J. B. go" back on his promise to the pubjip Associate Judge Of The Kentucky couniry'. caution in this regard. With "the and promote to the rank of LieutenCollier as a candidate for the nomina- and again iace tnem without going agajpsf 1DPF unions in this Xmas season the small boy, arid ant. Theconfssjpn'p J.' , McNainar Court Of Appeals. tion for assessor of Garrard county, tdown in defeat. Let,evry true some who are not so small, will indulge During 1890; while the Hawaiian revwhich subject to the action of the democratic who is acquainted with a Ken- that he plaeed the dynamife jn Jhis amusemept, and it is hoped that On last Saturday afternoon at a Jate olution was 'in progress, he Was endeadly work, but with-pIntend , party. tucky Lhgislaljor write to him or see the no mitigating cir gug care wjll be exercised nor to ex- i hour in a formal note Judce Edward gaged in the protection of Ameridah do their, full duty take hunxan, life is We are authorized to announce W, J)im and urge them to cumstancein his favor, for it stands to plode any Gragkers, cgnnons gr any gf fc Qifcar Rendered to Governor Wijl-th- e interests at Honolulu.' 2In 1S9J he' was like, where there is any prghabjlify : on his'resienation as L. Huffman for .a candidate for assess- and earry out every promise contained reason that the damage which would of the assigned to the'duty of surveying the county subject to the .in the party platform. of their starting a blaze which might . Rentuckv coutt'of amwals. He martf, or of Garj-ar- d necessary follow the explosion of fchis wesf approach to the Panama Pgng action of the Democratic party. no recommendation as to nis successor. where he was taken ill and ordered amount of nitro glycerine would, of a destroy valuable property. Tke War Is Oyer frstterT Judge O'Rear as yet is not fully de- home on sick leave ia 1893. When the necessity endanger the lives of those Big Tobacco Sales. foj flagfetrate. cided as to what future arrangements Spanish War broke out, although still The Washington Ind. ?TJmes repror yho were empIoyead jn the building. W,e. are authorized .to announce .duces an article which we xan a few The punishnjenL which was meted out Reports which have not as yet been he will make further than that he will on sick leave, he joined the fieet of John JKT. Whilie as a candidate f,o.r w.eektTago in regard to the presence of to bin) it Seems to us was I ardly com- confirmed by the officers of the Burley practice law in Frankfort. Admiral Sampson off Santiago. For Magistrate ip. tleirt,disltrict of Gac-rar-d jthejConfederate soldiers who will at- mensurate with" ftp mmp On Monday Gov. Willson appointed his services at the battle of Manzanillo ne Tobacco Society are in circulation, and county, subject 9 tie action of coijru'ng from various "sources which Hon. Robert H. Winn of Mt. Sterling he was awarded the highest medal by tend the inauguration of Goy. McCreary committed. "the democratic patty, The banding together of-- sfee iafeofr seeij b ge jgljbTe, Bear he stamp" of to fill the vacancy occasioned on the the Navy Department. ,wJio was one of their number. The ed- For four years following this Admirindulges jna lengthy ngr class for iheir own welftre, in PFf being fregj that a deal tyas'b.eeh 'njae appellate bench by Judge O'Rear's We are authorized to aimottnge Wal- - dtr ,of .that sheet or, with the American Qhccq Qo.wh'erer feajfenaor. 'jpdg'e Whin is chairman al Young was in command of the comment 01 tnac article in der to maintain a proper wage-scal.ton E. Moss as a candidate for &Jag?3-- - editorial the Port of 'Havana, "Unseverely for such other advantages which J.the,v; by they take in the niighhQFhQ9d Qf of the ga'te Cgnfral Republican Cpn Ktrate in the first district of Garrard jyhjeh he proceeds (to take us to igsk, and indulges in considerable may seek to secure,' is eminently, 10,009)00 pounds of the 1909 crop of j mittee, and is one of the bgst kppwp til 02T he servep! pp Jhg Nayal 'BoarlJ. a Coety subject to the action of the l?tH he "was waving of Woody shirt. The article proper, if they keep within the letter poofed tobkeco at 16J cents per pound. attorneys In the s&te. Judge Kirk, JJ St Washington. democrat partV; be true', it means the dis- - j B. Blakey and Judge H. C. Faulknejr signed to the command, of the Naval was not original whh 5s, nor do we of the'law, but every man, be he union announce We are authorised know exactly where it originate?, but maii or otherwise', has the' right to' toil trihution Smnn? the tobacco prnwpwa mpra thp nthpr nnnlJcantji for thp nnf. forces in Panama. He was also In the H. Estes as a candidate for Mag- we endorse every word contained. herer for whatsoever wage he may see propt- of the Blue 'Grass of over a million and jjtion, and at least one of hese gentle- - San 'Francisco earthquake and was istrate, in the first district of Grrard jiij, Iftllljlk lb nuo &jji ui vvv? nuum mV er, jind. it i hjs constitutional right to one nail uouara ueiore uie coming oi men win iduku me race lur uie nuni commended by the Secretary of the county, subject to the action .of the have produced it, nor is there one word be proteete& f fl jnanuiaccnrer nas Christmas. Quite a nice Xmas gift . ination next fall, as also will Judge Navy for his work during those trying,, m times. lWinnr c .w democratic party. 'in .the article- which would offend, the the. same rightito;. "p"roeclign 'under is'nt it? J s ( ears of a Union soldier in Kentucky or in the entire south, or for that matter, should give offense to anyone. It is true that Hon. James B. McCreary did fight for the confederate cause, but a majority of 33,000 Kentuckians cast their ballot for him to serve as governor of Kentucky, an honor which for the second time has been conferred upon him, and most assurdly the great majority of these voters were not con' federate soldiers. Down here in Kentucky the war is over, past grievances are buried and forgotten, and no man strives more earnestly to heal those wounds than that noble gentleman who now sits in the gubernatorial chair, and for whom every Kentuckian has the deepest regard and respect, as they have for every old soldier." whether he wore the blue or the gray. No newspaper in this commonwealth would even think of voicing such an article as appeared in the Times, and we think that the gentleman had small cause to criticise what plainly does not concern the law as the laboring man. V ' - - . m -- ., J " v 1 m Mc-Robe- rts ...i, .. -- "'f twTTn ...... J ''I ' jL &, .... n- - ," i .,. .... ul - v "- -- . F .1 m J com-ing"- of Ken-uck,i- an pt a-i- ud?e 'If e f Nav-l"Stat6n- "at 'n a; i-- 1 - r ?- - S - to" '- -- f- ''" . t- xVt- - ifc&se&j: . yJlUili ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR UgfetmBg Kills Few. fliwtaiU Of Laacaster CkizeRS CaM It- - Tell Yoa All Aboat v, e Home endorsement, the public ex- -. pression of Lancaster people, should be evidence beyond dispute for every Lan- r- -- - VC caster reader, of the merit of Doan's Kidney Pills. Surely the experience of friends and neighbors, cheerfully given by them, will carry more weight than the utterances of strangers reside y ing in places. Read the folfar-awa- - lowing. "" George Wright, Stanford caster, Ky., says: "I have never known of a better kidney remedy than Doan's Kidney Pills. Last fall my back ached a great deal and my kidneys were badly disordered, the.kidney secretion being scanty and painful in passage. I fortunately had Doan's Kidney Pills brought to my attention and getting a box at Frisbie's Drug Store, I began their use. They relieved me promptly and in. return for the benefit I received, I am willing ommending them. My advice to all sufferers from kidney trouble is to Kidney Pills a trial." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United give-Doan'- St, Lan- In 1906 lightning killed only 169 in this whole 'country. One's chances of death by lightning are less than two in a million. The chance of death from liver, kidney, or stonach trouble is vastly greater, but not if Electric Bitters be used, aa Robert Madsen, of Wes Burlington, la., proved. Four doctors gave him up after eight months of suffering from virulent liver trouble and yellow jaundice. He was then completely cured by Electric Bitters. They're the best stomach, liver, nerve and kidney remedy and blood purifier on earth. Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts mild-mannere- d & Son. 1-- m m H I re- hTA that my name should be used in recs Hill He i Foster-Milbur- I States. Remember the name take no other. isa The Stock is now being marked and rearranged. Our Increase of Knowledge. man was so The Informed about past, present and well future dates of suffragists' meetings that some one ventured the opinion that his wife must be one of the chief supporters of the cause. "You're away off there." said another. 'That chap isn't even married He's a hotel clerk, and nas to add suffragist meetings to his churcn. theater and political calendar for the benefit of women travelers. who want to be up with procession place those meetings at the the head of New York's attractions. They haven't time to look up tho dates for themselves, so the accommodating clerks keep tabs for them." Saved His Wife's Life. Doan's 'and PREAOHERSVIIiLB. Born tothe wife of Matt Rigsby, a nice girl. Willis Bell, who has been ill for some time with typhoid is still very low. Rev. R. F. Jordan of Corbin, has been the guest of his son Walter Jordan. Miss Katherine Melvin is now at Crab Orchard as saleslady at L. L. AT LANCASTER, KY. SAVE THIS AND WAIT UNTIL Come! doors will be closed Wednesday, Dec 13tb, Thursday, Dec 14th and Friday, Dec 15th and open, again Saturday, Dec 16th at 9 a. m., Sharp, Sanders store. Miss Cora Bryant and brother Walter, were guests of their cousin Miss Minnie Calico. Mason Holtzclaw and wife and Wil li Ranke were visiting W. C. Blank- ship and famiiy. FA singing school is now in progress Beech Grove church with a large crowd present at each exercise, Misses Allie and Ethel Harris were guests of Mrs, J. H. Thompson, Miss Ruby Parrish was also a visitor there. The pie supper at White's school house was well attended. The pupils of teh school gave a nice entertainment before the sale. D. M. Anderson, of Stanford will soon move to the farm near here which he bought of Logan Thompson recently $100. per acre. Jones L. Anderson and family will spend the winter in Florida, they have sold their farm of 80 acres here to B. M. Kennedy at ?85. per acre. Rev. Adderson Cornelius was again the unanimous choice of the brethren at Drake's Creek Baptist church here at their business meeting Saturday, Mr. B. Miller the father of Mrs. S. N, Gill, had the misfortune to fall off of a high porch a few nights since and was severly hurt about his head and face. He was visiting Mrs. Gill when the accident occured. Dandruff And Itching Scalp Yield To Zemd . Treatment W Saturday, 1fj--i WUL RJt? I tiimm m Inspect! Compare! Consider Discreetly and partially. Im- We do not fear your iucyiaaaafcqja decision. We tell you there never was anything like it. "My wife would have been in her grave writes 0. H. Brown, of Muscadine, Ala., "if it had not been for Dr. King's New Discovery. She was down in her bed, not able to get up without help. She had a severe bronchial trouble and a dreadful cough. I got her a bottle of Dr. King's' New Discovery, and she soon began to mend and was well in a short time." Infallible for coughs and colds, its the most reliable remedy on earth for desperate lung trouble, hemorrhages, asthma, hay fever, croup and ," whooping cough. 50c, $1.00. Trial Mc1-- m bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. Roberts & Son. H . T . L o gan A Largest Clothing and Shoe House within a radius of 50 miles of Lancas ter, Ky., South side of square, Saturday, Dec, 16th, for 10 days only. About Thimbles. f 1 are compelled to sacrifice our big stock in order to sell while Merchandise is in demand. ih f EnQntl RigM in the heart oi the season when most merchants are reaping a profit, circumstances have combined to make this Sale advisable and we at about brought to England In 1G95. The Oist thimbles were made of ivrm or brass; later came those of silver, geld, steel, hern. Ivory, pearl and glass. The Chinese make beautiful thimbles of carved pearl, with gold and ends. One of the most gorgeous thimbles ever seen was a bridal gift from tho king of Slam to bis queen; It was made of gold, shaped like a lotus bud. and was thickly studded with diamonds, arranged so as to spell the iiueen's name. ng The th:mb!e was at first worn on tee thumb, and for that reason waa called a thumb bell, which later tfcumbie and finally thimble. It xax invented by the Dutch, and be-raa- iu $30,000 Worth of High Grade Clothing, Furnishing Goods and Shoes Our entire capital being tied up in Merchandise and we need immediate relief. Heroic Sacrifices are sometimes necessary this is one of the times. We must have a large amount of Cash at aU hazards. We must sustain an immediate loss or risk a greater loss later, so we prefer to face the situation squarely and start this money raising sale now at the time when our friends and patrons can benefit to the fullest by this great bargain treat. Cost is entirely lost sight of. We must reduce our stock to meet the prevailing conditions. Our good name is more to us than money and every Man, Woman and Child in this section of the state know that anything bought of H. T. LOGAN was the best, money could buy. Words fail to describe or do justice to the thousands "of irresistible offerings in this mighty Bargain Crash,for Ten days BEGINNING SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16th. We guarantee every price, every statement herein made or your money back, for this is a bona-fid- e and legitimate sale. Remember there are thousands of articles space will not allow us to mention. It will pay you to come hundreds of miles to this Great Sale. Below we quote a few of the many bargains. Splendid Overcoats In Medium, Heavy Or FOR MEN, BOYS and CHILDREN and SHOES FOR WOMEN. Quick, COLDS VANISH Sensiable Menhod That Doesn't Upset The Stomach 3 Why should you continue to exper- iment with salves, greasy lotions and fancy hair dressings trying to rid your scalp of germ life. They can't do it because they cannot penetrate to the seat of the trouble and draw the germ life to the surface of the scalp and destroy it. Why not try a PROVEN REMEDY? One that will do this. We have,, a remedy that will rid the scalp of germ life and in this way will cure DANDRUFF and ITCHING SCALP. This remedy is ZEMO, a clean refined penetrating scalp tonic that goes right to the seat of the trouble and drives the germ life to the surface- - and destroys it; A shampoo with ZEMO (AFTISEP-TIC- ) SOAP and one application of ZEMO wilL entirely rid the scalp of dandruff and. scurf, Do not hesitate, but get a bottieofZEMO today. It acts on a new principle andwili do exactly what we claim for it Sold and endorsed By the R. E. & Son Drug Store. Mc-Robe- rts Lightweight, $3.98. This Overcoat is of the finest material and positively worth $10.00. Men's nice, good durable Overcoats in black and brown, for Sunday wear. $5.88, positively worth $12.00. Men's fine Overcoats, in olives, tan and dark blue shades, $8.48, worth $15.00, or your money refunded no matter what the cause may be. Men's fine Royal Standard Kersey Overcoats, in black, blue and brown worth $25.00; our price $8.98. The finest quality of custom tailor-mad- e Overcoats and Im- proved Royal Standard Kerseys, all shades, handsomely lined $14.95; positively worth $35,00, or your money refunded at any time during the sale. Men's Fine Dress Suits of fine material, in neat checks and plain material; sold for $18.00. Our price . . '$8.98 Men's Elegant Business and Dress Suits, cut in the very latest style, hand padded shoulder and collar, lined with 3x serge, double warped; sold for and actually worth $12.00. Our price S5.98 Men's fine suits in cheviots and Scotch plaids Worth $15.00, or your money refunded at any time dur ing this sale if you are not satisfied. Men's Splendid Suits, in d cassimere, all sizes. This is positively worth $14.00 or your money back. . Handsomely Lined Dress Suits, in plain checks and stripes'. This is positively worth $22.00 .$12 Men's Extra Fine Dress Suits, in all the latest styles, and shapes, heavy silk and satin lined, equal to the finest $40.00 tailor-mad- e to order suit, for, ... Don't fail to ask to see this suit. s Velour-finish'e- Men's Solid Leather Calf Work Shoes; worth $2.00 only Men's fine Patent Leather. Vici Kid and Box Calf Shoes; worth up to $3.50, only $1,45 Boys Welt Sole School Shoes, worth $1.50 98c .."$7.98 Boys Dress Shoes; Vice and Box Calf: worth $2.50; only 98c 98C Have vou heard of the overnight cold cure that is putting colds in the head and chest out of business between sun set and daybreak. Here it is. Cut it out and save it if you don't need it now. If you have a cold, cough, throat soreness or acute catarrh, be sure and try it just before going to bed. Pour a scant tea spoonful of HYOMEI into a bowl of boiling water cover head and bowl with a towel and breathe for several minutes the vapor that arises, then go to sleep and awake with a clear head free from mucus, HYOMEI is a guaranteed for catarrh colds, coughs, asthma, sore throat and bronchitis or money back. Bottle of Hyomei 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts and druggists everywhere. to-nig- ht -- ' Misses Shoes, all sizes; worth up to $2.00- - 4;:. only : $1.19 $2.89 l4ctS SURELY HAD KICK COMING Men's Grain High Top Shoes, worth $4.50, only. $6,98 Men's Furnishing Goods 50 dozen Silk Ties 25 and 35 new Conductor's Words Must Have Mad Dark Clouds Settle Around Would-B- e Passenger. Our Boys And Children's Department comprises everything for the boys and will be Bold at less than the original cost, in many instances a saving of more than half of the original price will be made. Don't fail to ask to see them, as it will pay you to buy and lay away for future wear. Boy's Suits up to $4.50 ... 98 $17 48 Boy's knee Pants suits Hats And Caps. Men's new'style felt hats worth $2.00 . Hats worth up to $4.00 The celebrated Stetson hat best value. Caps for winter wear . 98c $1,99 98C Men's And Boy's Trousers. Men's and Young Men,'s good,- durable pants, good for Sunday wear, positively worth ,$1.50. Our price. .. 89C Men's Dress Pants in plain and stripes, pure- - woolen gobds; :. worth up to $5.00 Boy's A,l Knickerbocker Pa'nt.s in good styfish pattern $1.00 - Men's finest Winter Underwear at less than cost of produc- tion 39cts 60 dozen Men's Negligee Shirts, latest 1911 patterns worth 50 and 75 cents 39ctS Men's Neglige Shirts up to $1.50 89ctS Neglige Shirts worth $1.50 and $2.00. 98ctS Men's good A, hose all colors..3ctS 1 - Men's Suspenders . , ,..,. Qpfc .$l'i48 $3,98 ji go 19c Where He Was Safe. "So you have adopted-- a baby to raise?" we asked of our friend. "Well. It nay turn out all right, but don't you think you are taking chances?' "Not a chance." he answers. "No matter bow many bad traits the child may develop, my wife can't say be inherits any of them from my 'side of the house." Life. " .... 39c Sensational Bargains in Clothing Men's, Boy's And Children's Boys all wool pants worth 5Qc ..,... Men Women And Children Shoes. Ladies Shoes, welt soles; worth $2.00, only .QRp jn Vici Kid, Patent Leather and Ladies Fine Dress-ShoeGun Metal, worth $2.50,, only s, A fine suit of Men's Clothes, all to match. Thissuit is positively worth $10.00 or your money refunded at anv time during the sale $3.48 $1,27 Men's regular tfie Suspenders 19cfs Men's Silk plush underwear. go q g Wrights health underwear . 89ctS Men's fine gloves 39ctS Men's handkerchiefs, all colors. , 3ctS lot of Cluett and Monarch shirts worth $1.50 & $2. 3g & 5gc. 35c Hose, fanpy and plain , 19ctS LJen's silk Hose 75c gnd $1,00 values clutched the hand rail and the next instant he was standing on the platform, feeling as though his arm had been yanked from Its socket, but-wearin- He was In an outlying part of tho Bronx. He had an Important encase ment In the lower part of Manhattan and already he was late. Finally a trolley car h6ve in sight and bore rapidly down on him. He signaled It. but In his dismay the speed was not Slackened There was a second of anxious thought 8houJd he or shoald he not lump on. the car the speed was great, but so was the distance between cars." And then came the back platform of the car, and he shot out his" arm. a self-satisfi- smile. 48CtS. The conductor, inside the car. pulled tho bell and the car stopped. "Hey! Get off of here!" shouted. the conductor. "This Is a work car." New York Press. iV Easy To Cet Rid OfDandruff. Dandruff means that down near .the roots of your hair there is a vast- army of little invisible germs or microbes. And this .army never sleeps; a war of destructionnight and" day It" destroys the nourishment that the' hair must have m order to grow vigorously and abundantly, . PARISIAN SAGE how sold all over American will .destroy the.'e germs anil at the same time furnish the hair roots with just the proper nourishment to make hair.grow lustrons and luxuriant PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son to banish dandruff stop falling hair and itching scalp or money back. It is a delightful hair dressing that wins instant favor with refined, women. Sold for'only50 cents a large .bottle by R". E: McRoberts .and druggists everywhere. Girl with Auburn hair,on every. carton and bottle. -- Hundreds of articles suitable for Xmas gifts all to go in this sale at the same prices listed above, Be sure and visit this Sale of marvel and truth. South side of Square, Look for the Name. Wat MT-0-N.- Ails YeH? Make No Mistake. T3e Sale Positively Begins. Saturday, Dec. 16th -- By No Means Miss an opportunity of the kind: $1. wDMo the wprk pf ?3.00 elsewhere as we wiJJ cut and slash prices to 8elJ the stock and seJL it quick; . sure you find the right place. Dp not enter until you see the name over the door. . Stpmach Tablets are guar anteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son tp end indigestion or any stomach distress or money back. They relieve upset Stomach in five minutes. for"beIchin.g of gas. A for distress after gating. lor iqul preafh. MI-Q-N- A MI-Q-- JJ MI-OrN- A for biliousness; 25 Sales People Wanted. MI:Q-J- A MI-Q-N- A - ' . - rr MIiQ-NMI-O-N- A A A A AJI-O-N- MI-O-N- to wake yp the ijveF. fpr heartburn, for aiok headache, for nervous dyspepsia. for Mgjjt sweats. for sleeplessness W x . v - , w r ,.. - '.l--- , -.- "--;: - .s.Cn,", ,'..?" MI-O-N- A - - MI-O-N- A A, for bad forj MlrO-NMl-O-- 2 Makes vigor vij 4V ! las 4 -- V. Kw- J I- 1 ?, - - -- - . STOVES Moors Base Burners, Rest Heating Stove Made. Majestic Ranges, Best Steel Cooks Made. O. K. Jewell Best Cast Cooks Made. your wife one for an Xmas Gift. Children see Dollies little Range. Rodgers Silverware makes a nice Xmas present- .- A fine lot of Xap Robes, Buggies Get MADE THEM HOP. The Superintendent's Daughter Ijy ALEX VEERHOFF Copyright by American Pres3 Asso elation, 1911. I was at work in Moscow distribut ing revolutionary documents. This is cant chairs. a bald statement of a very intricate "You keep your seat and I'll- - stir To distribute revolutionary them up," said Senator Davis, rising. work. documents is to place oneself in Two minutes later Mr. Davis was admost frightful jeopardy. First, the dressing the vice president. "I suggest that there Is no quorum," matter must be written; second, it must be printed, and, third. It must . said the senator quietly, so that his be distributed. To be caught doing friend from home did not hear. Immediately the bells began to ring, any of these meant to be loaded with the clerk to call tho roll and'senators chains and sent on the long march to Siberia to live a horrible prison life and probably never return. But beginning to get out matter o society must be formed for the purpose. We had an admirable secret organized circle Under the direction of a i I be-fo- ro Story They Tell In Washington About Senator Jeff Davis. Senator Jeff Davis and a valued constituent were In the senate gallery one day during the recent session. The constituent was visiting Washington for the first time. It was a dull moment in the senate, and not of tho seats were occupied. "It looks dead down. there, Jeff," said the Arkansas visitor, viewing the vaA one-tent- h &WL PAY EXPRESS fCl BE THES kv X l.a& Kj V y "U 2J fit FROM US AND SAVE MONEY. Handle Nons Sat Hie Best. sv-ici- Our stcoi'J aro so larsa that you have ovary stylo and pattom, and aizo, and shape from which to select: and vro mufcetntyiasf BZ KAIL, just as easy and satisfactory as you can do it in the store. V.re have thmtra that you can net KOWH2EE ELSE, such as : Levy's Spseial S&S&s for Sen d?i at Levy's Special Boys' Suits with 2 pairs 5 Pauls and all tho Leading Lines of and Harness at reduced prices. Come and get. our prices, we can make it worth while. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. Xmas Xmas Shopping is the last moment. Shopping. often-time- s put off until We hope you are contem- plating Photos to send as greetings and as there is always a big rush for work on Xmas, we advise you to come early. The Gassacfay Studio, i We are open every Saturday RAIN or SHINE. gogcxz&&&g4 d&0&tteewe: TO THE Make your Husband a Christmas present by giving him some nice Stationery with his full name and address printed on it. Phone 43 and we will make you prices. THE CENTRAL RECORD. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS --TO- AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DAILY VIA ALL DINING CARS EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY SERVING LIGHTED ENP5k3H CALL OH ANY TICKET ACENT, QUEEH ALL MEALS A LA CARTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1S12. FOR FUU PARTICULARS, & CRESCEHT ROUTE, 03 H. WHITE C KINO, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 E. Main St, LEXINGTON, KY. "fc dT Go. Farmers Tobacco Warehouse INCORPORATED. SUCCESSORS TO Richmond Tobacco Warehouse j COMPANY, wants to selTyour- Additional light and floor space and plenty of ix your tobacco. We furnish stalls for ..crco V - single head. My part was In distributing. I was tiven small packages of printed documents, which I wns to leave at various places without being seen doing so. I had done considerable of this work without exciting, as I supposed, any suspicion, when one day, while carrying one of my little packages, on crossing a street I saw a man on the opposite side standing on the sidewalk looking at me intently. I went on without appearing to notice him, passed him, but refrained from going where I had intended. I knew that if he were a government ofllcer who was on my track he would not arrest me till I had reached by destination, where he hoped to find confederates. I stopped several times to look at something by the way, in order that I might partly turn and look back without appearing to suspect being followed. In this way I satisfied myself that th THE I'.OOil FILLED. man I had noticed was sliiidnwiti!? mo. ,.,. i to swarm In from .. . 7 V" the cloakrooms, the u. ue proDiem mat comronteu me was corridors and their rooms. The room how to get rid of the package 1 car- iku. i utiit-- iiul urup ii, j.ur iny filled, Mr. Davis answered his name shadower would secure it and it would and returned to the side of his con surely convict me. And yet if ar- stituent "See them come?' asked the senator. rested with it ou me I would meet a "All that I have to do to make them like fate. IIow quickly one's mind will work hop is to appear on the floor." Washon the eve of a great trouble which ington Cor. New York World. may possibly be averted! One thing took possession of jny mind immedi-atelj'TLogical Conclusion. An amusing incident happened some must enter an inclosure where I could remain long enough out of time ago in one of the Paris courts of eight of my follower to get rid of justice. A vain, haughty woman was my package. Members of our circle called as a witness, when the magiswere well instructed in the loeition trate inquired her age. "Twenty-fiv- e of police offices and in the residences last August," promptly of the officials. I determined to play replied the lady. a bold game. I would go to the suThe next witness was a young man, perintendent of police, give him the who at once acknowledged that he was package and tell him I had found it twenty-seve-n years of age. on the street This was certainly a "Are you related to the last witdesperate game to play as well as a ness?" queried the magistrate. bold one. But there was a chance in "Yes; I'm her son," he replied. it for me. "Ah," mused the magistrate. "Your I went to the superintendent's house mother must have married very instead of his office, rang the door young." bell, and the door was opened by a servant I asked if the superintend Not Such a Crazy Answer. ent Alexis Sherloff held the office at Two lunatics conversed in the asythe time was in. The servant was a lum yard. One had megalomania. stupid creature and knew nothing Said he, "Had they not locked me up about her master, but a young lady here 1 should have been a second Nacame down the stairs and told me poleon!" that the superintendent was at his Thoughtfully the other contemplated office. a pea green devil on the asylum wall, "I am sorry to hear that." I said. "I then remarked, "Tho second Napoleon have something to turn over to him, wasn't much shucks." Everybody's. something that it is dangerous for me to keep in my possession." Waiting For Moro Ammunition. The young lady looked interested. daughter Margaret, the "In passing through an alley," I con of a very dignified lady, was very imtinued, "I noticed a package neatly wrapped and tied. I picked it up and pudent the other day, nud her mother a few on opening it found that it contained shut her up in a closet After minutes of silence she went to the revolutionary documents. I realized at once the danger into which I had door. "Margaret," she said, "are you ready fallen. Possibly some one was watch to be good and come out?" ing me. I was tempted to drop it. ready yet," Margaret "No, I but even in this there was danger responded.am not Then I resolved that I would do what "Why not?" it was my duty to do Jura it over to "I 'pit on your coat and I 'pit on government. I have brought it to the your dress, and now I'm waitin' for the superintendent" "Father will be at home In about an more 'pit to 'pit on your hat" Kansas hour," she said. "You might wait for City Star. him or you can go to his office." Kipling's Queer Behavior. "I would not dare to go to his office At a tea the other day a woman for fear of being a'rrested before heard the following remarks made reaching it" about her favorite author. She turned "Then you had better wait" listen, I noticed that the young lady was to conduct amazed by the eccentricities narrated. suppressing emotion. She showed me of "Yes, you know," tho hostess was Into a waiting room and left me, but saying, "Kipling came in and behaved soon return, her manner changed. so strangely! At luncheon he suddenly "If these documents are found here," she said, "they may implicate sprang up and wouldn't let the waitress come near the table. Every time that me, and you will be under suspicion she tried to come near he would jump Better destroy them. Give them to me." She hurriedly snatched the package at her. He made a dive for the cake ontbe lower shelf of the from me and disappeared. In a few that was and" took it into the parlor to sideboard minutes she returned and showed me to the door. There across the street eat it. He got the crumbs all over the stood the"inan who had followed me. sofa and the beautiful rug. When he I walked boldly past him and saw on had finished his cake be simply sat his face a very bewildered expression. and. glared at us." The visitor finally could not control I concluded that there was no use but trying to shake him off and that 1 herself and asked. "Excuse me, Kipmight as well go home. 1 did so, and are you speaking of Mr. Rudyard the man followed me, for, looking out ling?" "Mr. Rudyard Kipling?" echoed the between the window blinds, I saw him hostess. "Oh.no! Kipling is our dog.' loitering on the opposite side of the Human Life. street I wished to report my adventure to the head of my circle, but Time to Leave. dared, not attempt to do so. I had not A Philadelphia clergyman, who is been at home an hour before a lady story called at the house and asked for me. something of a .wag, tells this on a brother minister with whom he As soon as she saw me she said: attended a convention in . ''Your adventure this afternoon has recently Washington: been reported to the director of the "The conductor on a street car on circle. Tonight at 11 go out and walk which we were riding one day was westward on the street A carriage tnost apparently of English birth. We will draw up at the sidewalk and take had hardly seated ourselves when I you In. You will go to America." She handed me a package of bank was attracted by his pronunciation. "'Haitch street!' he called shortly bills and left me., I did as directed, after we were seated. was taken into the carriage," run off ' " next call. Then folHi,' beyond the border here in lowed was theK.' 'J' and At this juncture America,. 1 was sent away, being suspected, and that might not impli- my companion got up. going to get off here he Bald. cate others. I can't stay to hear the next' " The superintendent's daughter was Philadelphia Times. a member of a revolutionary circle. " l CATAIOGf o k FUEMSISIMGS, HATS AND SSOES. "ffMTTRyg Wa S is3UO a laiue lUtrated catalog which we send free on request. VE. ikJL.SfU us f ally for anything: you vant in our line, and you'H get a prompt mention thiajuapor and and satisfactory answer. And if anything you buy hero is not exactly what you want it may be " returned i.cd your ICOKEV will be iimceuiatelv HEFTTMnvn Kcffibjrs Retail jfcrclianls Associatioa. S.rJi5 AMINES FREE. Railroad Fares Refunded at Certain Times. rA Reuse Established The Bright Spot. 50 Years Aqo. The Largest in Its Line. Third and Market. tOmsYii ii HI Y k " . 33 hsa u The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all ofFenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R-- . $Surplus 25,0001 DENNY, President. -I Jno M Farra W S Ferguson E F Herring W S Embry Mrs P W Kinnaird Dave Thompson Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels D B Anderson H C Arnold V G Anderson, H C Hamilton, G Y Conn L II Crown T W Conn J G Conn Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. J G Clark Mrs Maggie Coulden Dr. W Burnett C G Gay W K Leavell E Dunn John Boian E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath R. E. Thompsan Booth Thompson T. M. Arnold, Jr. J W. Simpson S. C. Henderson. J. H. Posey. B. L. Kelley. Walker Eradshaw. T. W. Bradshaw. R. L. Burton. Sqnire R Parsons Ed & N B Price W A Price S L Rich T A Elkin J W Sweeney J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, Book-Keepe- Safety - Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Samual rir"raRafFr--K&E- I t Take San- ta Claus' advice and put your money where it will do you the most good. 9 There are no better facilities than those offered by the Garrard Fruit and Shade I tees i um Kv d Jr Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you w yns, -- o7.v..-"n i. 5 Snotii JJQ1.XV JC HUJk KJJm .X finnnpinl stnnrlind nf nn- - questioned integrity, liberal and just dealings with depositors has made it popular. The best Xmas gift for yourself fT others is an account opened. The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. 21SiM Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Don't Wait until the last minute to order your r TOO MUCH LOVE Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DSNN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years, a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was cured in one week. To" prove our remedy, while they last, regular size bottles only 25c at Stormes Drug Store. Simis, siis. J 1R n Lnter iim M Note Iw Ec. 1 " ITR i A rmm C "T ?iG "t; CiV Wetell vfjnhntrr. nnii mvbKtwn.V. prices. We are dealers; established andean do BIJTTHR for you la 156;orrjtti? ttST rntnttroiAM chants. References any bank in Write for weekly price list Iff. SABEL & SONS . 1 33 E. Hartet St. LOUISVILLE. Deslsrs in FUS3, HIDES, WOOL. &. KY. January 1st is coming and you will need STATEMENTS to send to your customers. Leave with THE your order y to-da- andp J 'm Ends Winter's Troubles. IF I HAD ECZEMA. before going elsewhere. Richmond. mPf Tq many, winter is a season of he frost-bitte- n toes and trouble. fingers, chapped hands and lips, chil blains, red and rough skins, prove this. But such troubles fly before Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A trial convinces. Greatest healer of Burns, Boils, Piles, Cuts, Sores, Bruises, Ec zema ank Sprains. Only 25c at R. E, McRoberts & Son. Lan cold-sore- s, El PRINTING John White Kr FURS & Go jukWiSuIL LOUISVILLE. KY. wash it away with, that mild, soothing liquid, D. D. D. Trial bottle, 25c Relieves all kinds of skin trouble, cleansing away the impurities and clearing up the complexion as nothing I'd- OFFICE. - else can. . Yes, "If I had any .kind ot skin trouR.-ble I'D USE, J). D. D E. McRoberts & Son, Established 1687 HighestnukeiprlcepaH and HIDES. MM&gmmiw fpg Up-To-Da- te IWOOL qowiwwB fa 3&. & IT tf- - Stationery. Letkisi do your Printing. & -.- - - a J ;m I t-- I A WEEK OP DEATHS. Mrs. R. E. Gaines. LfrFtiJlfrtiigmi mjdMdMj&mjiMmJmj& GO TO THE Holiday1 Bargains J Stock reduced in Our entire Ready price. SUITS BELOW COST. -T- o-Wear Mrs. Lucy Gaines, wife of Mr. R. E. Gaines of Lincoln county died at her home near Walnut Flat last Thursday after a long illness. Mrs. Gaines was a splendid christian woman, a consistent member of the Presbyterian church She was about forty years of age and is survived by her husband, who is a brother of Mr. Ed. C. Gaines of this, place and one daughter fourteen years of age. Naylor. Mr. Creamery FOR - I iiiiiv. uir mr nwrninmrn J. P. Naylor died at his home on nt Ant wtnuMutu. - ; 1 f Table values in Dress Goods worth from $1. to $1.50 at 69cts. Also one lot of Dress Goods every yard worth 65cts reduced to 39cts. Our entire line of Ladies and Childrens shoes are to be had at very low prices. Look Our Table Values. m Sugar Creek in this county on Sunday and his .remains were placed at rest in the Lancaster cemetery on Monday afternoon, Mr. Naylor was sixty four years of age and had long been a sufferer of complication of diseases. He marrieda daughter of thelate John Lackey, who survives him, together with five, daughters and two sons, all of whom are grown, the majority of them residing in the state of Indiana. There was never a more highly respected citizen lived in Garrard county than Perry Naylor, by honesty, upright and square dealing he won the esteem and respect of everyone, and a host of friends all over the county will mourn his loss. COAL g. "Straight Creek," "Bennett 1 Block" and "Hermatige i Cannel." Each the best in its Class. H. V. BASTIN. gJlfgllfSJEIgfllgJllrglBl ',7 E? & : . 4 c v (0 U I 1 3 Lancaster, Ky., Dear Sir For the benefit of people suffering with Stom-ach- e trouble and Rheumatism. Please VJv i have the following letter published. As I sure know the tortures of stom-ach- e A J AfrsWl trouble and Rheumatism myself. "feSS. jrs4Ei&,'rl If I can be of any help to ftthers I will ggssagi k 'Ss. hi S&Jyi At v iN&VTTVJ be only too glad to do so. I have been troubled with Stomach troubles and Rheumatism for a number of years and no one knows the tortures until they TtVLL have them. I tried all the l emedies I f could hear of and physicii s treated i:KV me all to no avail. As a person naturally will I had lost all confidence in rz, :i re medicine. A friend told me a man in vVSS:5ft.ffl: JitfH V.rrKs eMT Lancaster cured,him and would cure yR2W..WWiT',j.--iJ'5?.1- ! me. He says his name is Dakota Jack. I wrote him and he sent me a 45 days treatment of Pursley's Indian Herbs. I taken them according tq directions and saw they done me good. I taken two treatments and they cured me and will cure you. I have tried many other remedies and all proved failures. As a Exclusive Ladies friend to sufferers of stomache troubles The Trading PalOutfitters and Style and Rheumatism try Pursley's Indian ace of Lancaster. Herbs. (Signed) M. H. Barnes. Leaders. Pursley's, Indian Herbs are for sale &T3Z&T&a&J5rqgZrimJi rK3kJSarSKsuiS7rafe-fiS2SSr2S- 8 in Garrard Co by the following people, J. J, Pursley Lancaster, Ky, J. E. as the guest of Rev. and Mrs. 0. 0. Stormes (Druggist) Lancaster, Ky., , Former Lancaster Girl Weds. Brown. and by Henry Kuhlman & Son Lowell The following from the Muscogee Ky, Pursley's Indian Herbs a 45 days Little Lucjle Beazley is quite sick of (Okla.) News gives an account of the treatment for $1.00 at any of the above grip. recent marriage in that city of Miss places. W. 0. Gtjodloe was in Springfield the Julia Mae Gaines, who formerly resided here. The fair bride is the past week wth relatives. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G.fS. Gaines YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, j Senator R, L. Hubble was in Louis- and a niece of Mr. Ed. C. Gaines of I ville the past week on business. this city, and was during their resiMiss Josephine Chenault of Richmond dence here a popular member of LanINCORPORATED caster society: is tho guest of Miss Lydia Elmore. Call on Ross & Whitlock for cheap "The beautiful home wedding of canned goods. Located on Third Street L. & A, Depot. Mrs, J. E. Lynn of Stanford is with Miss Julia Mae Gaines, daughter of Richmond, Ky. Plenty of country Sorghum. her daughter Mrs. J. M. Mount for a Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Gaines, of 1210 We gave satisfaction to our customers last season and feel D. T. Brummette. visit. West Okmulgee avenue, to Mr. Harry that with that season's experience, we are better prepared and Misses Annie Austin and Rachel E. Benson, of Oklahoma City, took House for rent on Richmond street. qualified to serve our customers. Henry were visitors in Danville this place last evening in the presence of a W. J. Romans. large party of friends and relatives, week. Experienced men in all departments. We will get Fruits of all kinds for Christmas. Rev. Hamlett, of the First Baptist you the highest market price for your tobacco. Mrs. U. D. Simpson and daughter, Church 'officiating. The house Charlie Baierline. was Miss Katie have been recent visitors in j Free accommodation for teams. Free Insurance. Splendid decorated with southern smilax, ferns i Lexington. Fresh bread received every day at Light. Courteous Treatment. A square deal to all. and beautiful yellow and white chrys- m Newell Fox of Danville is at home anthemums, yellow and white being Ross & Whitlook I for a visit to his parents Mr. and Mrs. tne chosen colors of the bride prevailed DIRECTORS. Christmas candios, and big assortJesse Fox. throughout the house. The chandeliers ment of apples. D. T. Drummette.H Elzie C. Million, Elmer Deatherage, were draped with smilax and the lights Mesdames J. Fleece Robinson and You often need some heat The money due Jury for March term B. D. Herndon were with Danville were covered with shades of yellow C. H. Vaught, T. Curtis, ( of Court is new ready. in early Fall, when you have chrysanthemums, while the ma.ntels relatives the past week. (J F. G. Hurt, T. J L. H Marion Coy, Thos. Smith. were banked with ferns and not yet started the furnace. Ms. James H. Witt was called to. Preceding the ceremony," m Fresh Candies, Black Cakes. Nuts Jessamine by the death of her sister In whatever part of the house you want it, you can get it Mrs. W. P. Z. German sang, "For Us, Etc. Charlie Baierline. who was fatally burned. best and quickest with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. and the bridal party entered to the l Mr. anc Mre. Hogan Ballard metered strains of Lohengrin's wedding march The Perfection is the most reliable heater on the market, and you Call on Ross & Whitlock for candies day o visit the latters mqther Mrs. o Frankfort Tuesday afternoon tq played by Mrs. T. T. Gaddy. Miss and other good things for Xmas. can move it wherever you please. oolfoik of Lexington. Nannie Gaines, the maid of honor, in a attend tfye inaugural lijall. ' Start it in bedroom or bathroom, and you dress in comfort on the coldest morning. Tale it to the and early brealfast becomes a plcmnf, R. T. Embry and ty. R. Bast essrs G.eqrge BarMey Walker is at home gown of yellow satin with chiffon overWe dont believe there ever was a cosey meal. A touch of a match at dusk, and all is snug for the evening. in were in, Hustonvijle Sundqy the frqm Wfnsboro, S, C. dress and carrying an arm boquet of for a visit to his The Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater is beautifully Crashed so ornament guespf Cljntpq BastJn- yellow chrysanthemums, entered first. more complete line of Xmas goods in " anywhere. Drums of plain steel or enamelled in blue ; nickel trimmings. mother Mrs. T, B. Walker. W. H. Ward. this town. Then the little flower gill, Olivia Boone A spedal automatic device makes smoking impossible. Burner body cannot Mrs. W-- B. Msqn and. Mr, Alex Wal become wedged. All parts easily cleaned. Damper top. Cool handle. Mr, and Mrs, Georgo A. McRoberts in a dainty white frock with yellow A Brief Mention of the Cernina and are, numbered with the sick, neither Our large line of Toys candies fruits Dealers ererrvrhere ; or write for flacriptive circular to any agtacy el lbs Qefoi! IThMf W? Are WereTed in. of Covington are expected for a visit sash and hair libbons, strewing the ana etc., now open geriougly we are glad to say, ior your mspec- ' to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Burnside. petals of yellow cgrysanthemums from tion to see them means to buy Standard Oil Company Hon. W. B. Smith and Mr. G. Mur(Incorporated) ner pretty nower oasKet entered, lol- W. H. Ward, Mrs. J. R. Mount and daughter Miss ray Smith, attorneys of Richmond are 4. "" X At-- . lowed by the bride, charming in a Miss Agnes Miles is in Lawrence-bu- r attending court here &&. Joan Misses Allie Yantis and Kathleen this week handsome $10.00, doll wo are See the white satin gown entrain, with visiting Miss Helen Rily. ming Miss Sadie Baughman.of Hustonville Walter were in Danville Saturday. of rare lace and pearl going to give to the little girl getting Miss Mary Lear is in ML Sterling as is expected the latter part of the week Miss Nina and Mary Cottrell left fringe wearing a long tulle veil caught ' the most votes. E.a.ch cash purchase of the guest of Miss Olive Wood. for a visit to Mrs, W. R. Bastin. Wednesday for a visit to friends in to hea hair with a spray of valley lilies. 5, cts. empties you to vote. Miss Etta Smith of Broadhead is W. H. Ward. She carried a shower bouquet of bride The Misses West have returned to Nicholasville and Flemingsbury, "Ky., the guest of Mrs. Belle Henderson. roses and valley lillies Te ceremopy their home in Nicholasville after a Mrs. M. K. Kirby and For Rent. sisters Misses was performed in the parlor a. M. H. Crutcher of Shelbyville is the visit to Mrs. Ethel West Darnold. Kate and Lillian Kinnaird will leaye beautiful arch of smilax an,d, beneath Eight room honse, suitable for a ch.rysan guest of Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Burnett. Miss Emma Hughes Hays has re- shortly to spend the winter in Eustace themums, Mr. Benson, the goom was boarding house. Mrs H. B. Sweeney. Miss John Eva Hilton of Stanford, is turned to her home 'in Stanford after a Florida. Bryantsville, Ky. attended by Mr. R, Jeff Yeager, and . visiting her sister Mrs. R. Hi Batson. stay with Mr. and 'Mrs. J.A. Beazley. The Juniors and the Sophomours of the ushers were Mr. Herbert Towner v Our new and beautiful line of holiday , Miss Sallie Elkin who has been on a the Lancaster High School will give a and Mr. Walter Towner. Mrs. Benson goods is now ready for the inspection Miss Annie D. McRoberts of Stanfind ford is visiting her cousins the Misses recuperative'stay in 'Atlanta with her reception in honor of the Seniors next is a charming girl and her many friends and approval of all The place-tMount, will puss hey from Meskogee society, j something for Mother, Father, Brother brother Dr.' Will Elkin will go later ' to Friday at $ie school building. .v.o .. . '" , Mr. Benson is a prominent business ; Sister and Sweetheart. Mrs. Harry Moore of London was Florida. Iflr. and Mr. Henry Mopre of Lon- man of Oklahoma City.'' ' R, S Brown, Misses EHzabeth and Carrie, Walton don haye. rented the residence of Mr. the guest on Sunday of Mrs. William J ' Lancaster, Ky, gjiam-j.- 3 Anderson were rgcent visitor's in'" Lex and Mrs. W. A. Arnold and will take In Memoriam ington qnd 'were guests of Mrs. W. T. possession the 1st of January. Mjs. allie Raybypi of Rich.rn.qnd is 1 Far Sale., Bu3dlhgs covered over twenty years ago. are as- good as new yisitjng her daughter Mrs. J. Parker Browning. Inscribed to the memory of Charles V"'"- acres 7 miles and have never needed repairs. Fireproof from Stormproof: HandMy f ar Miss Stella Lewis a returned Mission Adams by f Gregory. Miss Nancy Walker accompanied her his sistejr Mrs. Breathitt Inexpensive. For further detailed mfcrmanai appfy- - to some ary from Japan will be in Lancas&r Lancaster 1 mile from Bryantsville on Brown. Mrs. H. J. McRoberts of Stanford aunt Mrs. Cormie Clay of Richmond to Saturday, and on Sunday de'liver two Dearest Brother thou h,as leffc us, Lexington pike. Well watered good was the guest on Thursday of Mrs. J. Atlanta, Georgia where they will spend Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company,. PMladelpMa; interesting talks at' the Christian p And our hearts are filled with pain, state of cultivation, convenient to the winter. . R. Mount. . Church Sunday morning and evening. Mho' know pur ie for thge great bereavement school and churches. Nackie McGrath. MesdamesJ. M. Cress and Logan Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford has Mrs. Means eternal gain, been visiting her parents Mr.' and Mrs. Thompson Sf Preachersville were guesf The Mary Walker Price Chapter, of William Hughes. for several days of Mrs W. W. Brown the U. D. C. met Monday af terhooq a Thpu hagt left ua and we sorrow To The People of Lowell and Paint lick and daughter. For a void that's never filled the homefof Mesdamqs Mattje P. apd Hn. W. I Williams returned on TuesYicnity. thy dear presence following Mr. Alex Robinson one of fi RFpsbie and thq Fred P. officers For thea joy of forever stilled. day to Tulsa Oklahoma after a business . tl IN I . t I . Ill And voice U. Henry Kuhlman & Son Lowell Ky Frisbie revered cjti?en ia V?ere. elected Mrs, tip? tn fegnSaSter. President, Mrs. John M. Mount, first Theu hast left thy bright home circle, have accepted the agency for J. J. Pur- very mugh worse at his home on d Vice President, Miss Mary Doty, secLoved ones miss and mourn thee ' sley (Dakota Jack's) great Indian Rem. Mr. m$ Mrs, Qharleq F, Qenman of Avenue. " there. ond Vice President, Mrs. James A. edies and will keep constantly or hand ijjcholasville were with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Robinson was hostess for RoystonTreasurer, Mrs. Fannie Farra Broken hearted wife and children Pursley's Indian Herbs a 45 days T.reajt Alex West Sunday. the morning Bridge Club Thursday she Weep beside thy vecant chair. Chaplain for life, Mrs. B. F. Hudson ment $1.00 Cowboy Liniment 25 cents The Methodist cottage prayer meet- making the occasion more enjoyable by Historian, Miss Janie Doty recording Thou art gone, thy placets vacant per bottlet Cren?e Soap lOcts per cake ing met Friday evening at the home of an appetizing luncheon. secretary, Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie 3j cakes 25? t3-- . And we ne'er shall see thee more. Mrs. John M. Mount, ' Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Miss Abbie Taylor of Washington secretary, MrsT Rebecca-- J. Henry Kuhlman $ Son. Till we meet in glad reunion Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne left Mon- - D. C. is expected here for the holidays West honary' Vice president for life. On that bright celestial shore, LoweU Ky.J mimitmm li?k m"&i ? A Letter To Dakota Jack. Bee Lick Ky. Nov. 11. 1911. lllIlMfrlllilMJ'rlililMrl gg! H& , F Mr. J. J. Pursley (Dakota Jack) vinos 1 1 1 Our. display of Linens, Scarfs, Towels and XMAS Novelties is unequalled. - . ', -- -, V DAVE, the RED STAR COAL Man will -- Fine Mesh Bags at reasonable prices. Do not fail to inspect our lifie of Holiday Specials, THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE G f the balance of December, at $3.00 per square for cash Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. 12-lo-- 2t 12-8-- tf I2-15-- 2t fThe dining-roo- Handy Heater . 12-15-- 2t ! J. J. chrysan-the'mum- s. t 2t 12-15-- 2t 2t kr 4 l2-15-- 2t '-! -- beautiful-trim- tf-15-- 2t Mil tii i !i n : gjpaai ..1 -- Il-29-- 4t o 12-15-- 2t - , . 12-8-- 3t We Write Any Kind of ily s- - Rich-mon- INSURANCE Office at National Bank. y carre-spohdi- ng BEAZLEY & COLLIER - .A irTrvmn. . - - .. - Sflr it j - WATCH FOR I a r i, i ! r.'.cr. ii i I o0 fr000O0O 000$ Go to the BEST Place if you want E an aHBl . . - - rLiliiu I Bl W ST - mmMi0k mmmmmm ft1fitl ,-i- ite4- the BEST WORK. We have thef only Steam Ster ilizer in town for Massage. Shop on Richmond St, r HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. Jersey Bull Henij Simpson 8842 Season 191 11 i. J. W. S WE ENEY. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. Will Practice in all Stale Courts and U. S. District Court. Phone 194 Office over Police Court. Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave The Only Two White Bathers In Town. See the tall sign, North side of Pdblic Square". . OLD SANTA WILL MAKE THE TRIP TIKS CHRISTMAS IN HIS NEW AIR SHIP M HOUSE. Bring' Your Tobacco -- FARMER'S COLUMN V0 00H00 OOOtAOOOO OOOOOOOOC 1 DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. TO 0 i LA!ib ASTER TOBACCO Stanford Street. rfpnce belowtlils beading is for tiie exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted oer four lines, and will be only in issues of the ItFCORn.-fre- e of chaige tit 11 11 ,;mmmmmmmm A romance jtf&Pix$&& Msjfeftfe-KSS- ,o For Sale Meat hogs, broad. G. W. Swine John Williams sold Henry Brown at 5 cts. 13-1- lb hogs to R.V!BSi' of motor racing that will thrill you ike the sight or whirling cars. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phoue 75. Office Phone 6. H. J. PATRICK, All Work Guaranteed. modern stor witn a Dentist. Registered jersey bull calves for sale. G. B. Swinebroad. modem setting that we can truthfully say moves with a rapidity sufficient to satisfy any reader. A delightful serial about to appear in these columns Paint Lick, Kentucky. A For Sale 25 good sheep. Phone W. R. Cook. 4 We buy yonr Tobaceo at Highest Market Price and unload the same day. at Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales, For Sale: International Hay Press No Commission to Pay. just run as asnew. J. " , J. Telephone 186. bought barrels of of Hutchins Sweeny Morgan been $3.00 delivered, S. N. Gill sofd 30 barrels of corn to I oBQgfl B&ntWIiss the Opening Installment MEMMVBMWEMW&S2BMM1MM1M3UMfBMKM0MWWMMWBMWMWMMWMMMMSMMMM M. K. Denny, 5 DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. good one season and is G. Loman. del Dr. w Wff R. L Pontius, '. P. Ballard 25 corn each and W. T. J. L. Richardson at $2.50 in field. For Sale One dozen pure-bre- d Barred Plymouth Rock pullets. Mrs. Telephones Installed Since May 1st, 191 357 397 165 339-- J 363-- S 371-- S J. F. Robinson. 1. b'g type, Poland China Boars. Walker Bradshaw. To Loan Three pair coming two year old mules. Phone D. B. Pelphrey 347A or write Z. T. Rice Richmond Ky. For Sale: Some nice thoroughbred H G. A. Ballard Miss Fannie Bishop F. G. Hurt J. Q. Mahan J. W. Mahan G. A. Morgan Misses Moss & Lay Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. Residence Crab Orchard Su Residence Water St. Residence 3 M Richmond pike. Residence 6 M Lexington pike. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. For Sale: About 100 barrels of 186 365 283-U 384-- A Dr. R. L. Pontius James Rankin T. C. Rankin Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. Residence Bright's Bead. Residence-- 3 M Old Danville Pike. good corn in the crib. J. W. Tatem, R. F. D. No.l 213 381 Turner & Carpenter Grocery Campbell St. 7. Miss Margaret Zanone , . Residence Crab Orchard Paste this in your telephone book. Incorporated. Ballard & Thompson sold 54 stock ewes to Mr. Brandenburg, of Madison at $4.25 per head; they also sold 5 yearling cattle at 5 cts. St The Bastin Telephone Co. Lancaster, Ky w. TBAYLOH'S I For Sale: A few barred plymouth rock cockerels and hens at 50c each 2 miles from Lancaster on Crab Orchard ground. ike. Mrs. Taylor House. Messrs. Bogart and Herrington,- - who for some time have been prospecting Mr. R. H. Price of Townsville" S. C. for a site on Dix river to erectacon-- " has been here for the past week and Crete dam and electric plant, were here shipped 21 head of horses and mules last week the guest of C. P. Kennedy. Tuesday to North Carolina. This is For about a year a gague of the water the third car load that Mr, Price has has been kept by Mr. Kennedy. After purchased here in the last year and another examination of the river it has during his visits here he has made been decided to locate the dam near quite a number of friends, Kennedys Mill. A Terrible Bluuder. The Point of Difference. THE SAUCY YOUNG BRUTE "Imitatin dc busy bee is all right. Bald Uncle Eben. "if a man Mother-ln-LaJoe Skinner is at home from North to lay up honey fob hlsse'f Is satisfied Prospective Didn't Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. an not go Middletown. Want to Lose Her Daughter, but 'round tryln' to sting somebody." -- -- Lancaster, . Kentucky. Why the Delay? Clarence Lane and wife of Louisville" are her with Mrs. Lane's mother. No More Silk Hat Heroes. Office Hours Office over Mrs. DeGroff drew a deep sigh when Mrs Jesse Stultz and little daughter TtoeJiero who wears an immaculate 8 a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store her daughter told her that she had b& and grancTson of Nicholasville haVe been top hat is getting rare in novels. Per come engaged to Mr Dobles. haps this decline has some relation to the guests of Mrs. Ed. Eason. "1 suppose it's foolish of 'me to feel .the lessening popularity of the hat In Mr. Ed Eason has purchased A. T. real life. Certainly "Ouida" would 30 bad about It." she said, wiping her Scotts stock of goods and will soon add never have dreamed of turning out a eyes, "but I can't help It. I know it's a DENTIST. them to his already large stock of good. hero without his being Lancaster, Ky. or woman's destiny to be married, dear. Phone 65. and I have always hoped you Mrs. Ruble was a woman of very uniformed to the last degree. Book would marry and be happy.thatBut- a gentle kind disposition a loving neigh- Monthly. mother can never lose a daughter bor and devoted mother. She was for without feeling deeply on the subject She can never-hel- p years a consistant member, of- - r the regarding It as an REPORT OPTHE CONDITION awful loss a tragedy. She cannot give Methodist church, and fullyjprepared for up her little girl, even to the best man OF TUB the Heavenly calling. PHOKE 32J-tha't ever lived, without the deepest Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. Mrs. W. P. Ruble died of pneumonia eluctance." Monday morning'at the home of her "But, mother, dear I shall come Lancaster, Kentucky. daughters Mrs. Joe Hamilton. She-hand see you often.- - And you mustn't ry as If Ifcwere going to happen right been ill but a few days. She is surviv, (ISTo. 1403.) way. You will have time to get used ed by a husband and three children. OF LANCASTKR. KY..AT t It." Alt. Olive conducted by the Funeral at "Will I? How soon are you to be pastor. Interment in adjoining burfal -silk-hatted ISUKNA VISTA Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. y H. J. T1NSLEY, J. County Surveyor. NATIONAL BANK, d -- The Close of Bnsinsss Bee 5, 1911 arirrled?" RESOURCES. Loans and discounts. i $tSl,9oC 81 Overdrafts, secured and unsecured... 2,HT yj u. S. Bonds to secure circulation 50.U0O u Bouds securities, etc 2o.onoio bat " "Not for nearly a year. Bob thinks Specla L,egai-tenae- Irun National Banks (not reserve ageuts) Duelrom approvegreaerreasreuts.... Checks and other cash items Notes of other National Banks fractional papercurrency.nlckels.cts Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, : Due viz r notes 7.377 60 5,!!b0 00 "Not for a year? What on earth Joes he mean by putting it off that long? don't elleve he intends to 7,000 (0 marry you at all. the smirking young 1.083 SO rnp! If he did. he'd insist on having 17.707 U the wedding before September. And . 1J3 58 You bring him to &ju 00 shall tell him so. 6i 79 time, Clara. Y:u tell him that he'll cither marry you next month or never Kuh! I'll show him!" 12,737 ;o 1 B. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Gfluanteed. A..i uut riowers of QUALITY. n I f S AL E -. Due from U. S. Treasurer 2,500 60 LwareivicHoDerts. Henry L.Casey,o.v,s VETERINARIAN. 0 neglect liver trouble. Never do it. Take Dr. King's New Life Pills on the first sign of constipation, biliousness or inactive bowels and prevent virulent indigestion, jaundice or gall stones. They regulate liver, stomach and bowels and build up your health. Only 25c at R. 'E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m Total I2C.V61 o REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Women! If weafc, you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made frpm gentle herbs; acts in a natural' manner, and has no bad results, as some of the 'strong drugs sometimes used. As a medicine a tonic for weak, tired, worn-owomen, Cardui has been a popular success for over 50 years. ut LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in 1 50,000 00 burplnsiuud Undivided profits, less expenses and 2500000 taxes paid r8Mrfi National Bank Notes Outstanding... 50.0("o 00 Due to Other National Bancs........ 4o gy Due to Trust Companies and Savings Banks .., J25C0 Individual deposits subject to check". 132,070 ia Reserved for Taxesv......T Total .'..'.".'" 9J7 $2(15.801 Citizens' National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY.. Former Director Aninral Industry Phillppjpp isianas. t.x- - cterluarlan United States Army Offipe at Logan's Stable. Telephone 32 and 2. DANVILLE. Ky The property of W. H. Tray lor There a meeting of the share of Trust will be sold at his late residence Lancaster, GarrardatBank banking Ky., it's pn the Goshen turnpike, near for the purpose January the of erecting tors serve the ensuing year. 3t J. Stanford, on Notice, u. 01 AJ Close of Bqsiqess Dec 5th, 19;!' RESOURCES. Oakdale Herd of will be holders The Co., house on Tuesday, 1912 5 & 9th, direc- iJb 12-1- . W. Elmore, Cashier. Notice. E57 Friday, Dec 15th, plements-of 'If There will be a meeting of the share holders of The Citizens National Bank, Lancaster, Ky., 5b its banking house on Tuesday January ninth, 1912 for the purpose of electing directors- - to serve Take Loans and discounts JIKJS3 98 Overdrafts, secured .7s5 fo If ,8 c, Denny, Cashier of the above U. S Bonds to secure and unsecured... 50.000 00 ".. circulation .. named bank, do solemnly swear that the above and fixtures fi.000 00 statement is true to the best of my knowledge Due from National Banks (not ReRoyal blood and splendid individuality. and belief. S.C.Denny, serve Aireiusl 1.25S 81 Fall boars and gilts for sale. Due from State and Private Banks Cashier. I Subscribed and sworn to before me this 8th and Bankers. Trust Companies . u. Kitrnev. j utv, wii. and Savings Banks iBI ii Notary Public, Due from aunroved reserve neents... S8.OT! ft J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster. Kr. My Commission expires Feb 17, 1311. 105 31 Checksaud other cash Items Correct Attest: 4,215 to Notes ol other National Banks J. K. Rmttwa Fractional paper currency, nickels TO THE CUSTOMERS OFTHE 47 3 and cents J.X..GIM.. .' ( Director?. ' LawfoiOIoney Kesekve In Bank, viz: , aj.k.1. n. uenny ) oo Specie r 1,593 00 notes u.uii ifx Redemption fund with. U. 8. Treas g 2JWCD Dry-Cleaninurer a pef ucu. ui biiuuiukjuu.. Baukiug-house.furnltuLegal-tende- StateofKentdcky.CqdntyokGarrard.ss": Registered Durocs --l rilfl Lancaster It consists of household and Mtchen furniture; old style and new; live stock; bank stock; fanning imevery variety; crops; farms and distiller- - the ensuing year. 12-8-S- t- - W. F. .Champ, Cashier. Notice. The Woman's Tonic r Mrs. Lula Walden, of Gramlin, S. C, followed tjiis advice. Jeadheriet- terr was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui. that it tired me to- walk Just a littfe. Now, I can ao ail the general housework, forafaimly of 9." Try Cardui fof your It may be the very remedy yeu .need. Total J.W.770 b8 50,000 00 80.000 00 8.G0J 01 5U.00U (hi 112 Co V: ies. Sale will begin at 8 a. m. There will be a meetiecr of the share holders of The National Bank, Lancas- - j ter, Ky., at its. banking house on Tuesday, January the ninth 1912 for the purpose of electing director s to sorve ' the ensuing year. ,S. C. Denny, Cashier. . 3t i - " - J A BEAZLEY Funeral DiretoX and Embalmer ' . -- LIABILITIES. . Capital stock paid In Surplus fund Undivided profits. less expenses' and r taxes Daid National Bank uotes outstanding. . . . Due to other National Bjncs........ Individual deposits subject to cheeky CertiQed Checks Notes and Bills KedUconnted Bills payable, including certificates of deposit for money borrowed. .'. Reserved forTaxes TOTAIi... lu oo lid bl On account of dull business at this dull season of the year and high rent of presept Iocatiop, I vjilj move my shop ' to my house on East Water Street-hal- f block Eas of Lexipgton St All orders, called tor and .delivered,. Phone 340; Toowi 10.000 00 157 3.1 te. W. J. B. Paxton, Executor. kRf Chandler, Auctioneer, All persons .having claims against the estate of Almira Wearren deceased, present them to the undersigned at once properly proven. . , - Office Phone 31. Bea'ldence Phon - ', :. --X ' l-r- O. W.earren,.Admr. 1 ' LANCASTER, KY, IrW. F. Cnamp, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly Swear that the above statement is true to the best of ray knowledge and W. F. Champ. Cashier. belief. Subscribed &ud sworn to before me this 9th. day of Dec 1911. S. C. Denny. Notary Bubllc. Commission Expires January 26, 1912. Corrkct Attest : B. F. Hcdsox. . ) j.j..;vlkm, JI Directors. JJ AUX GlBBfl. , Statk or Kentucky, Codtty qr Garabd, as: ........ Faulkner, jWgr. tvt$. U S I have just opened up a new, clean Barber Sfiop pn Lexington street next tothepget qffice and will be glad to have my frjends tp pall apd see me. Cles. Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention w JOHN DUNCAN1. & rf r 5?, 'i' l2s4 !Y?'-- r .t:r-:-sa,- ,,. !. . v--- 5a. & v zz;. ., i V .V"- 6njHWai? . f '', &- - - - 3,---, .- "- .: rrjJitfcs ', - rn