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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 22, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911122201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 22, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. I'rtt-'- !. gSS:--- ' :,.4B.tg -- rr - t THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE3 RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT - 4 ft 4 -. ,f. ' at - - s 9 TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY', DECEMBER 22, 1911. Notice. NUMBER 37; ;8X&3E&3XS33S&3Xg This is to notify all concerned that The MenAnd Boys Forward Movement The reports of the three State Banks John Metcalf, who is now in the state penetentary will make application for in this county are in this weeks issue For Religion Lancaster And Garof the paper. AH of them made good a pardon. All stores open at night the balance of this week. NATION WIDE i m f&M&mmMi&MMMM. MlMMj&.mgI HEATING AND showings. Last Of Season. Seven thousand pounds of dressed turkeys were loaded on the eleven o'clock train Sunday morning for ship ment to the eastern market. The shipment went by express and represents the cleaning up for Christmas as .no more can be shipped now in time to reach the market for the holiday trade. Hyattsville Store Changes Hands. rard Organize For The Fe- bruary Campaign-In T for an "Associated Charities" organization for Lancaster and Garrard met, Monday night at Council room and adjourned to Thurs day night of this week to complete or; ganization. The plan of such, submitted by Dr. Pearce by request, was most favorably received. The Movement We as a family desire to extend to our neighbors and many friends also to the efficient undertaker M. A. Kennedy and Paster J. E. Simpson our heart felt thanks for their assistance and many Kindnesses in the loss of our wife and mother Wm. Price' Ruble, L. H. Ruble'son, Mattie Munday and Dora Hamilton Daughters. " m Kentucky. i oy s ' rSIMffg. ( pjll PLUMBING. We use the best terial the market affords. Let us make you an estimate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in ma- Mr. Henry Arnold has purchased of the Hurt Bros., William and Noah. their storehouse and dwelling at Hyattsville for 3100. Mr. Arnold also bought of Ham Bros, their stock of goods and will take possession as soon as the invoice can be completed. Mr. Arnold is a son of Mr. H. C. Arnold, is a thrifty and industrious young man, Typewriters. and as this is one of the best country store sites in the county, we predict If you are interested in buying a new for him a splendid business, or second hand typewriter, call at this office. We are agents for the best Wright-Elk- in. machines .made. At four o'clock Tuesday afternoon, Daughty. Mr. Carlton Elkin and Miss Nell Wright of Liberty, Ky., were married Died on November '28th, at Seale, by Elder Spencer of the Central Christ- Alabama, of heart failure, Mrs. ian Church at Lexington, Ky. Jennings Daughty, aged' 65, She The bride graduated from Caldwell was a daughter, of Major Thos. JenCollege last year and is a gifted and nings, and was born and reared in most accomplished musician with her Garrard County. charming, personality and lovely face, Wish We Had A Vote For Him. she will add much to the social ranks v An-relda country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. of Lancaster. Mr. Elkin is known to every one in this section of the state and is a young man of the very highest qualities. They will be at home tfo their friends after Dec 25, at "Maples" the home of Capt. T. A. Elkin. Smith's Drawing. The distribution of prizes by Mr. James W. Smith on last Friday attracted a large crowd, who stood in a drizzling rain, tickets in hand, every holder of a ticket confidently expecting to draw one of the prizes offered, Dr. J. J. Pursley acted as master of ceremonies and little Miss Delia Rice Hughes was blind folded and drew the tickets from the receptacle, the ticket which drew the capital prize was dum ber 4410 and was held by Morrison Luce of Hubble, the prize was a two horse Studebaker farm wagon. Young Luce is a pupil at the Lancaster Graded School. Mrs. Henry Simpsoe held a ticket which drew-$15- ., Mr. C. A. Arnold $25. and John Henry $10. Heavy Verdict. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. &&&z&&& -- a ? v WINDOW GLASS. Double and Single Strength ALL SIZES AT McROBEHTS .fc Drug fa. 1 , THE CHALMERS THIRTY. The car with an established reputation, now in its fourth year of phenomenal success. Demountable rims. Self Starter, long distance service. All completely equipped for Stormes Automobile Agency. mmmm&v'')&Mm mmmmmsmtsmsssM t t " tor, Coal, Salt, Stoles We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection Flour, RaymondxCity Coal, all coal, 110 clinkers Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. STUDEBAKER WAGONS. Y. J GLASS and SAUNDERS CAMP NELSON, We want' 60 tons of Timothv Hsv. Wp r nKnomJ fn v Sed Wheat at 5c per "bushel. Clean it the same day youiiring it. Not an elopement, but closely resembling one was the marriage of Judge Lewis L. Walker and Miss Floro Zeig-le- r, which took place at the home of Rev. Ellis, formerly located at this place, in Covington last Thursday at noon. Judge Walker left here on last Local Option Election In Lincoln. Tuesday morning, ostensibly to attend The people of Lincoln county are to a meeting of the board of trustees of again have the opportunity to vote up- State College, of which he is a memon the question as to whether or not ber, on Wednesday, and he informed a they will have the licensed sale of few friends that he expected to go spirituous, vinous and malt liquors. from there to Martinsville Ind., for a At the 'last regular county court day, short stay. On the following Thursday December 11th, a petition bearing the morning Miss Flora Zeigler boarded requisite number of names was present the early morning train for Covington, ted to Judge Bailey, and notwithstand- she informed Mrs. Zimmer of the ining a protest was filed asking that tention of herself and Judge Walker to time be given the temperence people to be married'on that day, "which was the go over and attempt to purge the lfst first inkling that any of their Lancasof names which were alleged to be ter friends 'had of the event. They signed irregularly, Judge Bailey order- were married at noon at the home of ed an election to be held on February Rev. Ellis, that gentleman officiating, 10th, 1912, when the matter will be and'left at once for Indianapolis, thence finally decided. The election promises to Martinsville Ind., where they will to be a warm one as both sides are remain until after the holidays, and where Judge Walker hopes to recover preparing to make a vigorous fight. a great deal of his lost strength, he being but recently recovered from an Good Show. attact of typhoid fever. The girl mentalist "Ita" who is show This popular couple requires no ining at the opera house every night this troduction to the people- of Lancaster week is a wonder and is attracting or Garrard county. Judge Walker has large and appreciative audiences each but recently vacated the bench as cirevening. She will tell you many things cuit judge of the district, and will on that are true to the very word and January 1st resume the practice of law one that has seen her is amazed at in Lancaster. her wonderful feats. Among the many Miss Flora Zeigler is probably as things that 'she amused her audience well known and to. as many people as with" night was the telling any young lady in the county, and she of the nhmber m a watch which she is justly popular with everyone. She had no chance to see or have anyone has been making her home with Mr. tell her about. We have not seen one and 'Mrs. R, Zimmer for the past seven person who was dissatisfied with the years, and though no relation to them, show in any way and every one 'has a she occupied the same place in their good word for "Ita". Manager Rom- affections as if she had been one of ans was very luckyto get her here for their own children. She was born in the company had. offers from Middles-bor- Cincinnati and was left an orphan at Paris, Lexington and other cities an early; age and has since made her larger than ours. He has been home with a brother of Mrs. Zimmer trying to get her here for several until jihe came here to reside! A handmonths and only succeeded this week. some blonde, of a sweet disposition and 'Ita" played 5 weeks in succession in attractive persanality, she made friends Chicago and 79 nights in Louisville and of everyone with whom she came in ttmLPt0i mnoh ftttAntfnn. Ymi nhnnld contact, and there is not one of her joot miss this opportunity to see this acquaintance who will not join in wish wonderful young lady and ,after you-- that may and haj ?eseen her once you will want te py one. TJpon their return, which will Lost; buggy Tobe between home and gee yeixperformance. She will .only be about January 1st, Mk and Mrs. public square, Thursday afternoon Dec"1 me and receive reward. be herjltjtf,week as she has an engage ! Walker will tak'rooms .the' time' 14f Return-tjent JMKtrweek-i- Chattanooga. Tenn. being at the Kengarlan hotel. Mrs. Pendilton Cox ev-ary ay The closing hours of the December term of the Garrard circuit court were devoted to the hearing of the case of Mr. "Richard D. Campbell of Lowell against the United States Casualty Co. Mr. Campbell held an accident policy with the company which for the loss of an eye gave him $2500. and in case of the accident occuring while traveling on a railroad train or any other common carrier, double that amount. Sometime last spring Mr. Campbell boarded a train at Paint Lick and rode down to Lowell. While on the train he claims that a cinder became imbedded in his eye and as a r suit he lost the sight of his eye. A jury gave him a verdict for $5500., which was a face of the policy, medical and hospital fees and interest. men. By common consent the movement is vitally needed. This was the unanimous votes, last Sunday afternoon in the Lancaster meeting in which all the pastors and church official Board, were represented, and in which earnest desire was expressed in adWresses both for laymen and ministers, that the benefit and blessing, might reach every home in Garrard County; especially to men and boys for a forward movement in the life of Religion. Redeeming Pledge For the Boy in Garrard county toof the most manly editorials to day movement is mightily vital. v ine be found Kentucky wide for 1911, was Scores are going astray so all over in the "Lancaster Record"of the. past Kentucky. If the Garrard Boys to be week on the Democratic party redeem- reached and built up to honarable it must have the presence, exing its pledge, in ita Tilatf orm of 'this ample of the parent. Without such,, year, on the County Unit Bill. Logical, concise, forceful it may be all "Movements" will fail. The home fairly assumed to represent the highest religion or irreligion for the Boy, is conscience and purpose of an overwhel-in- g the sign and seal of his Eternity. majority of the people of Kentucky Circuit Court Closes. of all parties, and it is believed the coming Legislature will so register. The November term or the Garrard Will the "Third House" allow it? we circuit court clo ed on last Saturday, wait to see! That one commercial in- holding to the very last minute of the terest of Kentucky as a "Third House" term, and a vast volume of business should take its 'Legislature "by the was transacted. Judge Hardin graced throat" and say "come our way" the bench with much dignity, and a is ihconceivable. stranger would have supposed he man-hoo- dt -- Hon. J. O. Bogie is a candidate for Assistant Clerk of the Kentucky Legislature, and we wish as sincerely as we ever wished anything in our life that he may succeed in landing the position. If there is a democrat in the state that deserves recognition it is Johnnie Bogie. He served this county in a very acceptable as a member of the House at the last session, and was a candidate for the nomination to succeed himself, but was defeated by Hon. John M. Farra? and like the good democrat and clever gentleman that he is he submitted'gracefully and was found in the front rank of the democratic phalanx doing battel for the nominee. Such men are deserving of the positions that are to be distributed. The Movement is interdenominational, forty six states are being organized. Irreligion of a community, state nation is to be met with new activities nation wide. Seventv five leading cities of America, this winter, will have eight days of specially conducted services by trained laymen workers. These will conduct service to train other workers for spe cial line of movementto reach men and boys, especially in each state. In town these will be sent out on itinerary-oregular program, thro out each state, to all places that will receive and For Kentucky, the movement, was recently begun at Louisville and continued for eight days: those business program and methods being served. According to Dr. Powell and other leading miuisters and laymen of the city, also in notice of the Louisville Press the city has not been been so stirred in thirty years past. Twenty two cities and towns of Ky., have asked for the presence and service of these trained laymen workers and business men for the campaign thro the state next February; among them Lancaster, thro the Mass meeting of Lancaster churches last Sunday afternoon inviting to with the special workers sent out over the state from Louisville, in Feb, 1912. The interest and attitude of leading membership of all churches last Sun day in Lancaster was excellent; the county also represented by superior f te. For Girls and Boys. Also ii a Large Assortment of 3 m S3 m s Toys BROS g KliAS & HOLIDAY ra-XIE-- T is m i l m fill To Suit Everybody. HASELDEN , SANTA CLAUS STORE. Ill fail IJlJlMlilfilrSlliMiJrllJl) rHJIJlfraHTail! huM TT TC XJ7"T j.x ill w nvi MAPTn .uu.n.vrii rpHAT "ODATTTiue xxl.x xivuiuvAO " 11 i; en Lily Flour, a Z m n m 23 Wheat and Scientific Miliiiig, We buy only the BEST WHEAT to begin with and put it through a process of Milling, that insures a uniform product at all times. If you have not tried GLEN LILY FLOUR do so today. It is just a combination of Goo'd"' g 3 Garrard Milling Go. Lancaster, Kentucky. JMliBanfafrHior HMjJlrIMiiIllJlraMlrgJliWiB "B. F. HUDSON, 'President: A Reader. had been "on the that job" for yearsrather $ J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1S83. Judge Walker Married. o, 4 than that this was,his first term. Both attorneys and the public are marked in their praise of his manner of presiding. As this was the term at which the jury commissioners are chosen, Judge Hardin selected Mr. Samuel D. Cochran, Mr. Charles K. Poindexter and Dr. J. A. Amon to perform this most important duty appertaining to the circuit court. Better selections could not have possibly been made, as these gentle-men.ain every way fitted to perform the duties which are to be required of them. Upon the jury commissioners will depend the personnel of the juries for the county for the next year, and the selection of these three representative citizens will insure the coming jnries to be composed of the very best material obtainable in the county. Immediately preceding the closing of the court, Messrs G. B. Swinebroad, H. C. Kauffman and J. E. Robinson, who had been chosen as a committee to represent the Garrard county bar, offered the following memorial incident to the retirement of Judge Lewis L. Walker as Circuit Judge and Hon. Charles. A. Hardin as Commonwealth's Attorney: "We the member of the Garrard County Bar wish to offer upon the retirement of Judge . Lewis L. Walker from the circuit Judgeship of the Thirteenth Judicial District an attestation of our appreciation of his services during his incumbency. Learned in the law, just and unbiased, prompt, courteous and polite alike with litigants and' attorneys, he retires with the esteem and respect of everyone, and we could wish him nothing better in the future than that his undertakings may be crowned with as much success as has been his career as circuit judge of this judicial district." We also wish to voice our appreciation of the services of Hon. Charles A. Hardin, who has served the district so faithfully and well as its Commonwealth's Attorney, and to assure him that if he meets wi.h the same measure of success, and wins the plaudits of both the bar and the people iiThis new capacity as Circuit Judge, as he did in the former, the people of the district and the members of the bar could neither wish for nor expect a more efficient; and capable circuit judge." re "We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL, $50,000. W. SURPLUS $30,000. . W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., "Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. j. Prompt Attention. s. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. oiKiMHagaaBi Lancaster ERA HOUSE ALL THIS WEEK. Americas Greatest Mental Marvel ITA" The Girl ,Te& All .Talk.About. Question. Ask her any m Matinee at Three o'clock Saturday, December 23rd Ladies Especially Invited. SPECIAL : S " her-futur- be-alon- g -- I 3 Reels ot Pictures 3 Cfeaiged Daily. -- o PRICES 10 and 15cts. A n 3-- - V .JCn ti - h 3WS ; 3 M B I x From thetChegp est to the Best. We load: your Wagons. i t COST I $22.50 Hart Schaffner and Marx Suits 20.00 Haft Schaffner and Marx Suits BEGINNING SATURDAY, DEC 16, 1911 1 will sell for In order to clean up my Fall and Winter stock of Suits and Overcoats, next 10 days, my entire stock of Suits and Overcoats at MANUFACTURERS COST. the - $16.75 14.75 12.75 10.75 $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 1 I B aw I lr I m 18.50 Pure Wool Suits 15.00 Pure Wool Suits H $16.75 14.75 12.75 10.75 WJ B 1 I H B 11 H BV BM BJf BBBJ II B BB BB BH Bfl BB B I We invite you to inspect our stock of Wool Suits and Overcoats. HOUSE OF QUALITY. ' The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 That is guaranteed to give satisfaction. AS. W SMITH J -- LANCASTER, J KENTUCKY. 8K3CSDS33S52 a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s We also carry j Member Kentucky Press Association and ? Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky.f Jtecenler a large stock of Rates Foe Political Announcements 22, 1911. Cotton Seed . y. Calls, per line For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per For For For For Precinct and City Offices County Offices. . . ... .$ 5.00 10.00 State and-Distri- Offices.... 15.00 .10 .10 line.- - - Obituaries, per line. . . 1' .10 .05 Meal - AND - ANNOUNCEMENTS Fw Cwaty Jrige. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a .candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to. the action of the Democratic ppty. Ship Stuff Now is the time to use FefSkeriT We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate-fb- r Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic'party. are authorized to announce .asa candidate fbrjhfiriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We Ashby Arnold We are authorized to announce W. There is a hue and cry being raised On last Saturday in the chambers of throughout Kentucky for the revision the Supreme Court of the United State of the system of taxation in vogue, in Washington, where for thirty years and the placing of the taxing system he had been accustomed to render de upon an equitable basis; and that Ken- -' cisions, a vast throng of leading lawtacky is a tax ridden state there is no yers and laymen from all over the coun doubt, but there is an evil existing in try gathered to render memorial service Kentucky far greater than the tax evil to the late Justice John Marshal Harand one which it is within the power of lan. A. E. Willson of her people to rqpiedy; namely the In- Kentucky presided at the meeting, Gov surance evil." Kentucky is at the mercy Bradley spoke and Hon. Swager Sher-le- y of the Insurance Combine. The inwas on the committee which, draftsurance companies doing business in ed the resolutions in behalf of the Suthe state have worked their own sweet preme court bar. will with those who were compelled to pafrry fire protection, demanding rates The British government has issued in many instances that were almost orders barring the .American packers? prohibitive, and because xf the want of who are under indictment for alleged adequate laws it has been impossible to violations of the Sherman anti-trumis aiuie 01 anairs. nowever, law from bidding on contracts for an effort is now under way which .tends and packing house protowanl, providing a remedy; "the Louis- ducts to the British war department. ville Board of Trade has, .appointed a As a result, cheaper meats are predictspecial "Insurance Committee", which ed in this county. committee will indeavor to have the coming session of the Kentucky Gener al Assembly pass such laws as will en. All the Banks in town will be closed able the state to regulate insurance on Monday, (Xmas Day). rates, and to give to the people of this state an equitable table of .insurance One Of The Social Events Of The Season. rates, compel them, if they desire to do business in this state, to afford us proMr. and Mrs. Jno.--E. Anderson will tection for the same premiums which celebrate their Fiftieth Aniversary on are paid in other states where laws ex- the 9th. of January. Mr. and Mrs. ist regulating their rates. Anderson are well known here, having In the state of Missouri they have a ,been born and reared in Garrard County that only reasonable rates and come of the oldest families; Their snau oe cnargea and ttat only ioreiatners oeing pioneers, and among shall be lawful. Lancaster the "first settlers of the state, Hyatts, is classed by the companies doing busi- andBeazleys Anderson, Ailen s, ness In "JCentucky as. being in class and Edmoreson, many relatives number Four and one half, and we give from adjoining towns will be present, herewith- a tabulation of the rfctes as well as a host of friends here. charged" for dwellings in Kentucky 'in It is unusual occasion, as the couple towns in that class, where we have no have always resided in our Jcounty- - and legal regulation as to the rats, and a town, and so far have reared six childtable of charges in Missouri towns in ren, and six grandchildren and up to the same class where there is a regula- this writting have not had a single tion placed on their rates. death in their immediate family circle, FrameBrick Brick Frame through sickness and reverses, pleasure, Mt'lroof Sh'le roof Mt'l roof Sh'leroof and prosperity have gone hand in hand with them. Missouri Maximum st g Iipportof the Condition OFTHK r Co Garrard Bank & Trust Bak djiag businc at Lancaster t'oHtuy of Garrard. State of Kentucky, W&kY Wkm$aWaWaW& v 'm. 1 AT THE CLOSE OK BCsIXESj ON THE 5th. day of Dec, 1911. KEaOl'KCES. . $ Locus' nitj IsisftHint-- i V ". in il other BoihIj, 2toeM -- ivi.viz 71- ."K)l Sj3 :: o 6 7 0urlr.i(ts line frum lirttik-.clu.il t.iIi oh hum cLii'i.-- , ea-items cImh'i" lor elenrb." t 1 anl icHrithM 3C.ti'S 2u S ujmI ex- - Secnrtit ; fc; Js - i aw wLmamfm. izWr , v-rli- s& Current ejenes anil tuxea paid S Real Etae. .((: Furniture BllcU,"i"nre. Total.. 0 Other'Asiet not iHclndol under any of the alo e head- . Total. - .. 3715,5. M5 Vi HsCO CO $17--- 41 W&. kS-- J St' mi jHB!'' f$ w 'i if-r - '&WaaWBr 4&r --;: t ". l f--' vmk LIABILITIES. Capital Stock iaW In.ln c.ih .. $ r.0.000 0o . Tudlvld SurpliM FmnU $H 3,2s5 27 ed profile Total . . .. VI Uepi-dtsi- iu uliieli interest paid IIU.mk: ) I IerHwrt oh hloh interest is 75 not paid Tutal 5ejrt-it- s trai.1- -' 13 ( h.Ck.-- . fxitatnudiug .:. Ccrtilie4 checks $ t Total . II. Dncto Batik- 15 .Sote and Bills redisconuted Ill.tOn 00: Bills payaMe. $ .... lfi.COO CO Total Hi Other liabilities not included under any cf the above heads 10. 11. y .: 1 Ca-lur- '- reason-ablejat- es Gate-wood- - Total $1737 H State of Kentucky. Comity of Garrard, Scf. I. J. W. Elmore Cashier of the alove named Bauk.do -- olumiily tueur that the above statement Is true to the best of my know ledge and belief: J. W. Elraore.-CashieSubscribed ard sworn to before me by J. W. Elmore cashier tliN l"th day of lec lull. My Commls-Io- u KTpirrs Jaunary Jith. 1912 D. A. Toinas, Votary Public. Correct Attest: r. J H.T.Itgaii. K AV. Haseldcn.S Directors. U La son. 1 ) -- - 25 45 65 30 55 80 . 35 55 80 40 75 105 L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. N Kentucky Basis Kentucky Maximum it The above tabulation, in a very comWe are authorized ta.announce Dave prehensive manner points out the evil C. Sanders asuivcandidate for Assessor as it exists, and as readily suggests the of Garrard county subject to the ac- remedy which is to be had for the asking. There Is not a trust sor combine tion of the democratic party. We are authorijwd to announce Mr. state 'which' is" more avaricious than E. B. Rayjfts a candidate for the Nomi- this Insurance Combine, none who are nation of Assessor of Garrard County, mbre exorbitant in their charges, Fr Assess. doing business in this or 'any other AND subject to the action of the' democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. B. Collier as a candidatejfor.the .nomination fjor assessor of 'Garranf .county, subject to the fection of thV democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Huffman, for a candidate for assess-o- r of Garrard county subject to the action of the 'Democratic party. Ftr Magtfcaiv We. are authorized to announce John. 'N. White as a candidate for Magi8traiet, uthe frajli&tricp, Gaxr rafdjeounty, subject to the action of the democratic pagty. ipji us. I.I w ,i lre w t more greedy or extortionate, and the worst of the whole business is that we are' wholly at tueir mercy, we must either insure with them at whatever rate they may see proper to charge, or we must do without insurance and leave our property at the mercy of the fire. There was never a more laudable move inaugurated forja "Greater Kentucky" than this movement of the Louisville JBoard of! Trade to secure the laws looking to the lojver- enactment imj of insurance rates, and the people oifle state snoum render tnem every aasiBtane inhejir .pqwer, should see thtfr repcesentajtive. and see that he thoroughly itnderstasdslanaiaib sym pathy w tbe,movenn and that be is ready to Iend isrsmiatipce to , its , don o'the'peorie.of the state, it will aum sa a. caKWUteioc-Jaagis-tra- te be but a matter of s short time when ta tjie first district ot Garrard Cetnty,,fliibiect W the actioA "of tfefl e yill Be reTfeved of this inwiraxwa dembdraticpErtv. We aft autkonzedjto announce IfcjP: toa HEstee aa a eanftdate. for. fc'ditHit of .'Garrard county, subject to the actibj ef the JMag-8tnruU- trixJte.w? "Wal- - furtoerance.Bj''.co-pper- a Phon2& , . 5 : &e MsScastcr, Ky. Iteavxtaticparty. I j- - M s Mti.wrff cornel them, if they desire to do bjiinaU. Kentucky, to afford m amjnmombie rates aa axe given in otter states where they 4w legally teatxictwL &XZ bnrderi, and will Jiave Jaws which will regulate tese .avaricious eompsnieg lieport of the Condition Japanese Ingenuity remarkable specimen of JapaOF THE nese ingenuity and skill bas Just Having decided to leave the farm I The Traylw Sak through the New York custom will, at my place, one mile north of passed a complete set of false At the sale of, the real and personal bouse. It Is entirely out of hardwood Hyattsville, on . Of Bunk Bryant&ville teeth carved property of the late W- - H. Traylor on a color to exactlyimltate the natDEC 28th, 1911 of. THURSDAY, doing business at town of BryautsvlUe, last Friday under the firm of A. T. ural teeth. They are Intended for at 9 a. m. sell a lot of farming impleTraylor & Co., Messrs A. T. Traylor actual use. Gounty of Garrard, State of Kentucky, ments, 1 cutting harrow, A harrow his son Jesse and two nephews Messrs cultivator, two horse corn planter, AT TUB CLOSE OF BUSINESS OX THE Uni and Dan Traylor purchased the I mower, two turning plows, one double home place and the still house property ' MT.JHEURON 5th day of Dec 1911. shovel, cutting box, corn sheller, wagon The purchase consisted of the W. H. and gear, one buggy, one rubber tire Traylor homestead, the distillery and RESOUKCES. Mrs, Lucy Montgomery is on the good as new, two sets of 310 acres of land, the price paid being 1. Loans and Discounts $ 39,217 00 harness. $23,327.50, or a fraction over $75. per sick list. 2. L. S and other Bunds, Stocks Four work mulesj 1 pair of heavy Securitie . and Miss Cora Langdon closed the publie acre. The purchasers will continue the 3. Due from Banks 6.CS.1 07 ?,lVIiCO manufacture of the Traylor brands of school at Bourne Friday with exercises mares, well broke 2 bronk mares, safe 4. Actual Cash on hand ' in foal; 1 combinedmare, safe for? 5. Check., cash items and exwhiskey, and it is said the same busi- and a tree for the children. change forclearfiijf . ...T. Ladies; 1 two year old .saddle pony; I 6. Orerdrafts-SecuraVO'JOJM; Un ness arrangements will be maintained Mrs. Lorinda Rains departed thjg 1.1.H5 7 secured. t'.W: as heretofore with Paxton Bros, of life Saturday morning after a short saddle mare; 1 yearling filly; 8 wean? 7. Current expenses and taxes paid 771 47 young bull, nice onej 8. Beal Estate. Ml .35: Furniture ling calves; one Cincinnati. The same firm, A. T.J illness Rev. Mahan conducted 4,214, OS and Fixtures, jHTi: tl: total.. the 4 milch cows; 1 yearling steer. V. OtmrAsse s not included un- Traylor & Co. bought the old Dudderar funeral, Sunday afternoon at the dtrail ol the uboe heads Twelve brood sows to farrow In MilL property, consisting of the mill church interment in the cemetery at MtSTsliO , Total , February and March; 1 Duroc boar, site, residence and 137 acres of land for this place, one daughter survives who subject to register; 38 shoats; 40 sheep. LIABILITIES. ?63. per acre,- The John Traylor farm has the deepest sympathy of all. good ones; 100 barrels of corn in crib. 10. Capital Stock paid in. in cash .. 1 15,000 00 was purchased by Mr. W. J. (Buck Mrs. Marsee after a lingering illness TERMS: Six months at 6 per cent. ii. aurpius luuiviueu HoltzclaW for $40. per acre. The John prolits. ll.vst.hH: Total 2,583 9 Traylor distillery was purchased by Mr. from paralysis, died .at the home of her interest, bankable note on sums of $25. 12. (Deposits on which interest Is paid, JLi'JO.CO) will be held rain Wiiliam West ( Deposits on which interest is Ten shares of daughters Mrs. Fanny Rains Friday and over. This sale not paid. $L223 50) morning, after services by Rev. Ma- or shine. stock in' the Lincoln county National 36,623 SO Total Deposits ARNOLD, HENRY outstanding. Bank brought $210. and $210.16 per han the remains were laid to rest in Hyattsville,' Ky. 15. Cashier's checks, cheeks. $ $ . ...;Certified share, sold in lots of five shares each. the Mt. Hebron Cemetery. She leaves Am Bourne, Auct. Total sons who have one daughter Due to Banka II. M Stock In Stanford Creamery brought 15. Notes and Bills rcdlsconnted, $5$. per share. A considerable ain9Un; thesympathy of the entire community. ; $. .:Bills payable, i TOO MUCH LOVE 6l 3 lockwas offered and the prices rer On Pec jpth, the marriage of Mr J. IS. Other Yiabilitie's'noT under any of the above heads. atized were, fairly good. Twentythree B. Dean and J&iss Loula Montgomery Too much love for fun, frolic and causes stomach, liver, kidtwo yeajr old roulss wereoJd to MrVJ; W9 jjfoleminized at the home of Mr, rich food Total. . . t 54,213 U9 Other State of Kentucky, County of Garrard, ss B. Foster for$9i. per bead; milk cows and Mrs- - Jas. .King at Harrpdsburg by ney and nervous troubles. remedies help you but DENN'S I, J. C. brought from $Z8, to $3. pep head, Jfcey. W. D: Moore of Lawrenceburg. SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures named BankWilliams. Cashier of the above do solemnly swear that the above $32. 0. per head, sevn The attendants werg Messrs Marion you. Our discoverer, ten years a statement is true to the best of my knowledge jrearjingrcattte and belief. J.O. Williajis. Cashier. uiuie vcolta $56-2each, work mu&s Montgomery and John Prewitt and miserable sufferer with the above Subscribed and sworn tp before me by J. C. for Williams this 16th day of Dec, 1911. from $80. to" $175. 600 bushels of wheat; Missis Flora LeeWiley and Edith troubles, and RHEUMATISM To My expires at the next cured in one toJ. S. Baughman for 8& cents per Montgomery. Both are prominent years, was remedy, while week. last, of theCommissionHogan Ballard, Notary sessipn senate. J. Public. they prove our C. C.Becker, bushel and 250 barrels ocorn at $2.70 young people of tiijs vicinity and their regular size bottles only 25c at ! . ' r B. r.S trope, pet barrel. A god proyd was in attend bogj-o- f friends extend, ijeayti.st cpn: c J H. Boner, ' Stormes Drug Store. --JjlfirfgUSMfe Directors. cev . ' A Public Sale. I run-abou- t, t. - fo'r-?87- 5. and-five- M " d 5 I ;?&l$3r i-- 4. f 4.- - 7 -- V -- ". ?, "V X..T- S ;' j i. say," cried the business man to the detective, "some fellow has been representing himself as a collector of ours. He has been getting in more money tban any two of the men we have, and I want him caught as quickly as you can." "Ah right I'll nave him In jail in less than a week."' "Great Scott, man! I don't- - want to put him in jail. I want to engage, him!" Ideas. - - - T Valuable Man. . . ' CARDS. . I V - ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR Hundreds Of Lancaster Citizens Can Yon All About If-- Tell LANCASTER'S 1 to the BEST Place if you want the BEST WORK. We have the only Steam Sterilizer in town for Massage. Shop on Richmond St, Go HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. Jersey Bull H Home endorsement, the public expression of Lancaster people, should be evidence beyond dispute for every Lan- H B H H b H 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 residy places. Read the foling in far-awa- iH 1 H 1 H Hemy Simpson 88427 Season 191 1. ' lowing. George Wright, Stanford IV flB HI 1 1 bB 111 flHr Sm WkWW iBI m mV K IB M caster, Ky., says: "I have St, Lan- I II H J. W. S W EEN LAWYER E Y. J. E. Robinson, and COUNTY ATTOfiiNEY. 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 fllft Hi H9 BBI BBB 1 B. 1 & fcft 1 fl B 1 nHh kl Dollars il 9 Will Practice In all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Office over Police Court. Phone 194 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, 1 am willing that my name should be used in recommending them. My advice to all sufferers from kidney trouble is to give' Doan's Kidney Pills a trial." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n cents. Co., Buffalo', New York, sole agents for the United Foster-Milbur- Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave Prices Reach the Lowest Limit during this Landslide of Bargains. Now On In. Full Blast. JBiibflBH The Only Two White Barbers In Town. If You Value See the tall sin.Iscrtb side of Public Square. . M HOUSE. BR.Wm.-BURNET- T States. Remember the name take no other. Doan's and Clothing, Shoes and Furnishing Goods. Largest store in Garrard County. let nothing keep you away It will positively pay you to Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6. Triumph for Sandy. Sandy and his master drove up to the small station as the train ap proachcd "Here's yer train, sir." said Sandy. "That Is not my train," re plied the master, who bad his own ideas about correct speech, "but It's the train I am going by. But It hap pened to be a special train and didn't stop at the station, whereupon Sandy exclaimed: "We're balth wrang, for It's neither your train nor the ane ye're gaun by, but it's the ane that's gane by you." Away Goes Pimples, Blackheads, Ecezma, Dandruff And Other Skin Affections. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. come miles to attend this sale, H. J. PATRICK, Only a few more days and we are daily placing on Sale Special Bargainsd - Dentist, All Work Guaranteed. The trade was steady and voluminous each day Customers whom we had been unable to wait upon and who vainly sought elsewhere for what they wanted returned to Logan's-ankept our store busy until closing time. The signifiance of these facts must be plain to every one. They demonstrate beyond a doubt that LOGAN'S is the heart of the Clothing and Shoe supply of Lancaster- - and proves that people know that when the Logan Store Advertises anything it is the positive truth. Paint Lick, Kentucky. M. K. Denny, DENTIST OCJce over Ml-- Arnold's Millinery. WHEN ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP ARE USED. 4 The McRoberts Drug Store says, "We are so confident that ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP used together will rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown person of PIMPLES. BLACKHEAD, ECZEMA, DANDRUFF, INSECT BITES or any form of itching, irritated, disfiguring skin or scalp trouble, that we do not hesitate to recommend these clean refined remedies to every person who desires quick relief and a cure from any form of aggravated skin or scalp affection. Oftentimes one bottle and one cake of soap will cure a minor case of skin trouble. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP produce Necessity Knows No Mercy. K5Z5ES&SI We Must Sell. The Stock must Go. Or. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Lancaster, -- Surgeon -- - Thousands have visited this great money raising sale many buying for future wear. All former attempts at merchandising by any other firm in Lancaster has been eclipsed beyond all question. and Dentist. Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Slahle. - Kentucky. READ The Sensational Bargains quoted below. We Positively ' Guarantee Every Article as Quoted. Men's Fine Dress Suits of fine material, in neat checks and plain material; sold for $18.00. Our price . . S8.98 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 -- . gc Men's fine suits in cheviots and Scotch plaids S7 Worth $15.00, or your money refunded at any time dur ing this sale if you are not.satisfied. Men's Splendid Suits, in Velour-finishe-d cassimere, all sizes. This is positively worth $14.00 or your money back..gg Qg Handsomely Lined Dress Suits, in plain checks and stipes. This is positively worth $22.00 C 2.98 Men's Extra Fine Dress Suits, in all the latest styles, and shapes, heavy silk and satfn lined, equal to the finest $40.00 tailor-mad- e to order suit, for. Don't fail to ask to see this suit. -- READ. 98c Honra 8ft.m to 12. I p. m. to i. Office over Stormed Drag Store "" B. F. "Walter. DENTIST. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky . sure and swift results. You will not suffer another day after you commence to use them. You will feel like a new person ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be obtained from one leading druggest in every city or town in America and in Lanraster. By McRoberts Drug Store. Splendid Overcoats In Medium, Heavy Or 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 ;,. Boys Welt Sole School Shoes, worth $1.50 QQq Boys Dress Shoes; Vice and Box Calf: worth $2.50; pnty 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 $15.09, 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 Improved Royal Standard Kerseys, all shades, handsomely lined $14.95; positively worth $35,00, or your money refunded at any time during the sale. H. J. TINSLEY,: PHONE 323-- J. SJ.45 County Surveyor. Offlce over F. G. no 98 Hurt's furniture store. POSTED V 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. Misses Shoes, all sizes; worth up to $2.00 only. Men's Grain High Top Shoe3, worth $4750, only..... $1,19 98C Lancaster, 'Kentucky. Men's Furnishing Goods 50 dozen Silk 2. 89 Our Boys And Children's Department comprises everything for the boys and will be sold 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 lay1 away for future wear. Boy's Suits up to $4.50 Boy's knee Pants suits Jno M Farra W S Ferguson E F Herring W S Embry Mrs P W Kinnaird Z Dave Thompson T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels D B Anderson H C Arnold W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett C G Gay W K Leavell E Dunn John Boian E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan J. W. Simpscn T. M. Arnold, Jr. J. H. Posey. S. C. Henderson. B. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw. 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 Hats 'And Gaps. Men's new style felt hats worth $2.00 Hats worth up to $4.00 The celebrated Stetson Caps for winter wear 98c $1.99 S1.48 S3.98 39c 98C , Ties 25 and 35 new Men's finest Winter Underwear at less than cost of produc- ' tion; 39cts 60 dozen Men's Negligee 8hirts. latest 1911 patterns worth 50 and 75 cents .,,,,..,, 39ctS Men's Neglige Shirts up to $1.50 Men's And Boy's Trousers. Neglige Shirts worth $1.50 and $2.00 , . .gRct's Men's and Young Men's good, durable pants, good for Sun- - ( Men's good A,l hose all colors 3ctS uay wear, positively worth $1.50. Our price. .. 39c Men's Suspenders QctS Men's Dress Pants in plain and stripes, pure woolen goods; Men's regular J0c Suspenders worth up to $5.00 1 I4cts E. W Morrow, Graduate Optiofn Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. $17 48 ''--89ct- uui T ..i ri of QUALITY". I Mowers i ? go hat best value Sensational Bargains in Clothing Men's, Boy's And Children's A fine suit of Men's Clothes, all to match. This suit is positively worth $10.00 or your money refunded at any Boy's A,l Knickerbocker Pant,s'in good stylish pattern $1.00 ' values 39c Boys all wool pants worth 50a. 1Q Men's Silk plush underwear Wrights health underwear 19ctS ware ma lvicKooerts. VETERINARIAN, .". .. 3Qrfs 89ctS Men Women And Children Shoes Ladies Shoes, welt soles; worth $2.00, only 98C Ladies Fine Dress Shoes, in Vici Kid, Patent Leather and Gun Metal, worth $2.50, only time during the sale g3 48 $1.27 Men's fine gloves e ...?( Men's handkerchiefs, all colore - 3ctS lot of Cluett and Monarch shirts worth $1.50 .& $2. 38 & 58c. 35c Hose, fancy and plain 1 9ctS Men's silk Hose 75c end $1.00 values , 48ctS. Henry L, Casey, d.v.s Foiiner Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. United States Army Office Telephone 32 at Logan's Stable. and 432. DANVILLE. KY Oakdale Herd of placed on our Shoes will eclipse anything in the way of values ever before known inthe history of Lancaster. Men's Suits all to match worth $10.00 at $2.98 for the balance of Sale. We are now distributing the greatest values on earth in to the homes of the people. Overcoats in all the latest patterns. The best values on earth, $3.98.- The-price- s Registered Durocs Boyal blood and splendid individuality, Fall boars and gijts for salp. J. F. ROBINSON. LANflurw. Ky. v v Fruit and Shade Trees 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. TO THE CUSTOMERS OFTHE Dry Cleaning Co Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, PhloxEtc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you Write for free Catalogue. Lancaster B 1 I LOGAN Lancaster. Rail Road Fare Paid to Out of Town Purchasers. v. On account of dull business afc thi dull season of the year and high rent of present location, I will move my shop to my house on East Water Strcet,half block East St All orders called torjahd delivered. Phone 340, h. W. Faulkner, jVIgr, ' I have just opened up a new, .clean NoAgts. Ba'rber Shop on Lexington street nefcta-therjos- t office and will be glad to'iiwe my friends ,to call and see me ;Gkao Toote, Sharp Razors, Close- Attestwo - r I V is K rEr-Zri3.- H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky.., : . I T.Jfe JOHN DUNCANr-- i i WW - s ' -- V . ". ,7V AmA.m.1 a imiri M-- Ti" -- rn 'TniTiinnrrir imn ttt r rn urrrr - - THE Who is in search of a gift 5 ITr-- i CHRISTMAS that is of superb excellence that is of gratifying quality and to the recipient Will find in our complete stock of IJE32K23EI9 y that will prove a delight IFHBICI V tf& if ifia fall I "WATCHES, FRUCIOTXS STONES COL.D and S TT.TTTr.'Ra eaid V atesjale "ftY i7SSTFM7i gq?aB.7yysaggBSgS5ig "THE" ARTICLE HE OR SHE A few SS LOOKING FOR i suggestions: Cut Glass, Watches, Fobs, Stick Pins, Chains, Rings, Match Cases, Brooches, Lockets, Pendants, Etc, Etc. represent the maximum values for the money. Mail Orders Given Prompt Attention. Our Prices are not "Xmas ones"--the- y "imia.-w"a- Jeweler and Optician CATARRH r jm. iiAjH"fE Is Your Skin on Fire. &sl rf-'.ssss; EpseBEES' egj Danville, Kentucky. ggsssagggsgggsa wgMgJT&aswasawgggsggsggrggg DOCTOR ZZESSSSFKiSSaESaeSS 4 Does it seem to you that you can't stand another minute of that awful, burning itch? That it MUST be cooled? That you MUST have relief? Get a mixture of Oil of Wintergreen, Thymol, and other soothing ingredients as compounded only in D. D. D. Prescription. The very fir3t drops STOP that awful burning instantly! The first drops soothe and heal! D. D. D. gives you comfort clean ses the skin of all impurities and washes away pimples and blotches over night! Get a $1.00 or a 25 cent bottle today. Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son. Really Interesting People. Stevenson says lis once sailed od a steamer which turned out to be a Bhip with no style on. but with plenty of sailors to talk to. "Plenty of sailors to talk to" suggests most anything but that "you can always tell a man by the company he keeps." The great man loves to rub elbows with what too often are unjustly called the common people, people who live their own queer way regardless of laws or the whims and edicts of society. The common people are the! only people who, wise or foolish, are uatural and interesting. man-made You Can Get The Best One In The World Xmas Xmas Shopping is the last moment. OL Go to R. e) For $1.00. 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. E. McRoberts & Son y Say "I want a HYOMEI outfit", take it home with you, open the box and pour a few drops of HYOMEI (pronoun ce it High-o-minto the little hard rubber inhaler. Then breathe pleasant, soothing, healing, germ killing HYOMEI over the the raw, inflamed, germ ridden membrane for a few minutes and relief is immediate. Stuffed up head will vanish. Keep up the treatment four or five times a day for a few days and hawking, spitting and forming of mucus in. the nose to-da- in the profit per acre contests, an itemized statement must be subminted showing all expenditures, the labor and materials used. Labor will be valued at 75 cents per day for boys and $1.00 per day for men. Manure will be valuwagon load, ed at $1.00 per on account of part of the value remaining in the soil. All fertilizers will be charged at full cost. The corn will be valued at 65 cents per bushel. 8 The yield is to be determined by the weight of ear corn when drawn from the field, using 70 pounds to the bushel. Anyone desiring to exhibit or wishing further information in regard to lio u.... Tirill nilrlroaa Clafwrra T?nVnt.al .... clinro ,... uvutt-u.- . ui.ui6i, iwuviu, Secretary, Lexington Ky. two-horse We Write Any Kind of 5 k SM CE I Office at National Bank. BEA2LEY & COLLIER Phone or call on us t-. at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. &. gFae?vrsyzs-P-:ys3y.T?'sa- mus The OassacSay Studio. We are open every Saturday RAIN or SHINE. and throat will cease. HYOMEI is guaranteed to end catarrh, coughs, colds, croup, asthma, catarrhal deafness, or money back. Com- DIED SUDDENLY "Acute Indigestion The Cause." How Often Do We Read This Heading In Our Daily Paper. asated. Farmers Tobacco warehou se Co. IXCORTOttATED. J--- plete outfit $1.00 subsequent bottles if needed 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggists everywhere. The Famous for any part of your home. It is in use in millions of famfies. it famous. And it never flickers. m 8S& Lamp & The Rayo Lamp is the best and most serviceable lamp you can find strong white light has made tive. In the dining-rooor the parlor the Rayo gives just the light that is most effecIt is a becoming lamp in itself and to you. Just the lamp, too, for bedroom or library, where a clear, steady light is needed. also in numerous other styles and The Rayo is made of solid brass, nickel-platefinishes. Easily lighted without removing shade or chimney ; easy to clean and rewick, d; At your dealer to show you his line of Rayo lampj ; or write for descriptive circular to any agency of the Standard Oil Company ( Incorporated) Take Santa Claus' advice and put your money where it will do you the most good. There are no better facilities than those by the Garrard Ekv Bank & Trust Co. A. financial standing of uji? questioned integrity, liberal and just dealings with deposir tors has made it popular. The best Xmas gift for yourself or others is an account opened. of-fei- ed V iftl vUvA The Garrard Bank &Trust Company. Dear reader, if your food does not digest properly, but stays in your stomach, causing much misery, shortness of Corn Snow. breath and fermentation, you are the The second annual corn show of the one that should constantly have with Kentucky Corn Growers Association you a box of stomach tablets. will be held at the College of AgriculTwo little Miona tablets taken at the ture in Lexington Jan, There first sign of distress would have kept are thirty three premiums offered, not many a death notice out of the papers. including second premiums which are If you have stomach trouble of any offered in many classes. The state is kind, start to get rid of it today. One Lightning Kills Few. divided into three divisions and this 50 cent box of stomach tabcounty is in the second district. Prem- lets will make you feel like a new man. In 190G lightning killed only 169 peoiums are offered for every class of corn Two weeks treatment will make any a- - ple inN this whole I country. One's produced in the state, and from the Dusea, out oi oraer stomacn strong anu chances of death by lightning are less number of entries in the local corn . vigorous. than two in a million. The "chance of show held here recently, no doubt but Guaranteed mind you, forindigestion death from liver, kidney or stonach what some of our farmers can compete dizziness, biliousnes, bad dreams. They trouble is vastly greater, but not if successfully for some of the prizes. clear the skin and brighten the eyes. A Electric Bitters be used, aa Robert The following rules will govern the box tor only 50 cents at mckod-ert- s Madsen, J of West Burlington, la., show: & Son and druggists everywhere proved. Four doctors gave him up 1 Entries close Saturday, December after eight months of suffering from 23rd. Exhibits must be in place not virulent liver trouble and yellow jaunNo Discredit to Honest Men. later than Saturday, December 30th, It Is undoubtedly true that there dice. He was then completely cured They may be shipped prepaid to Secre- are honest men who have been treated by Electric Bitters. They're the best tary, who will place them on exhibi- as cheatE and liars, but it also hap- stomach, liver, nerve and kidney remetion, pens that the ones who have treated dy and blood purifier on earth. Only 2 All exhibitors must pay the Associathem aB such are the real cheats and 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. tion membership fee of fifty, cents, liars. which entitles them to all the benefits Naturally. of the Association. No exemption is Boatman Peter an' moll not bo HAIR THAT FASCINATES able to take ye out fishin' tonight, made for the Junior Department Ma'am; but Peter's nephew will be 3 Exhibits may be retained by the Of Life afther takin' ye av ye like. Lady j owner, all return charges to be paid by Who Wants Lustrous Hair Full Well, I hope Peter's nephew is cleaner the owner. And Beauty? than Peter Is? Boatman He is, 4 No exhibitors can make more than Ma'am, he's younger. Punch. one entry in each class, but may enter Start now madam, December is just in each class in which he is eligible. the month to begin to acquire a gloriA separate sample must be provided ous head of hair of which you will be Saved His Wife's Life. . for each class entered. justly proud during the social events of 5 All corn exhibited must have been winter time. My wife would have been in her grown by the exhibitor in 1911. writes O. H. Brown, of If you haven't used PARISIAN grave 6 In the yield and profit contests in SAGE you a,ren't on the high road to Muscadine, Ala., "if it had not been the Junior Department the" exhibitor hair beauty. PARISIAN SAGE is the for Dr. King's New Discovery. She iruist'nie certificate oftwo disinterested most delightful preparation that de- was down in her bed, not able to get persons who measured the, ground anc stroys the dandruff germg and by so do- up without help. She had a severe weighed the com. The certificate must ing removes in a short time the cause bronchial trouble and a dreadful cough. state weight and measures and must be of dandruff, falling hair, itching scalp got bev- a bottle of Dr. King's New approved by the County School Super- faded and lifeless hair. Discovery, and she soon began to mend intendent or other persons who may be Dandruff germs are obstructionists; and was well in a short time." Inin. charge ef the boys corn, cluh. of the they prevent the hair from receiving fallible for coughs "and colds, its the county. Contestants f qr yield and pro- it's proper nourishment by ravenously most reliable remedy on earth for desfit must mak.e an exhihit of 38 ears of devouring the same nourishment. Use perate lung trouble, hemorrhages, torn grown in. the contest corn. Less, PARISIAN SAGE for one week and asthma, hay fever, croup and $1.00. Trial than one ha.lf an acre will not admit note the wonderful improvement R. E. whooping cough. 50c, to this contest, McRoberts & Son guarantees it, 50 cent bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. Mc7 In making up the cost of production Roberts & Son. bottle. MI-O-N- A h. SUCCESSORS TO Richmond Tobacco Warehouse COMPANY, wants to sell your at MI-O-N- A W SfHtS 'mm at 'i pr&SrXat a dr"tf-,"- T Smi tr y BS t. Additional light and floor space and plenty of room to shelter your tobacco. We furnish stalls for teams Free. Give us a trial before going elsewhere. 1-- m Near L. & N. Depot, Richmond. Phone No 251. J THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. & ," Capita! $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice . - J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Safety Samual Deposit Boxes For Rent. - WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson," J. E. Stqrmes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. 1-- m HEADQUARTERS FOR HOLIDAY Automobiles, Doll BUYERS Etc. i TO Y The S Wagons, , Slds, . Dolls, Graph o. phones, Carriages, TOTS CANDIES Purest, Freshest and Most Reasonably-Price- d In Town -- 3 4 The Purity of All ourXandies is Guaranteed. Great Quantities in Bulk. Large Assortment of Elegantly Boxed Fancy Candies. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. fe MA HAN S. '?&&& . & V JV-- f GRIMES. "- DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. -'? .- ?$ - .,,. '7- '2 &. 1 -- ..'A m$ i - t s W2 --v i Our entire !...' A WEEK OF 0 I YODU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN V "Call on Ross & Whitlock canned goods." . 13-15-- 2t Jm iWBnaigjraflpJBiriififfaiafrti. riLfirgflififplpfSfS. GO TO THE for cheap Holiday Bar gams K Plenty of country Sorghum. D. T. Brummette. House for 12-8-- tf rent on Richmond street. W. J. Romans. Creamery i FOR 9 Ready-To-We- ar Stock reduced in I2-15-- 2t Fruits of all kinds for Christmas. Charlie Baierline. 12-15-- 2t ft j; price. SUITS BELOW COST. Fresh bread received every day at Ross & Whitlock We dont believe there ever was a more complete line of Xmas goods in this town. W.H.Ward. 12-15-- 2t i ! n fa iek Table values in Dress Goods worth from to $1.50 at 69cts. Also, one lot of Dress Goods every yard worth 65cts reduced to 39cts. $1. Christmas candies, and big assortment of apples. D. T. Drummette. : Fresh Candies, Etc. 12-15--2t Black Cakes, Nuts Charlie Baierline. ? I I g s COAL "Straight Creek," "Bennett g -- ,, nermauge m chock ana i , , j.- - Call on Ross & Whitlock for candies and other good things for Xmas. 12-15-- 2t 12-15-- 2t Our large line of Toys candies fruits and etc., now open for your inspection to see them means to buy W. H. Ward. 2 1 Cannel." Each the best in its Jass. x RedOoose Our entire line of Ladies and Ghildrens shoes are to be had at very low- prices. - Our new and beautiful line of holiday goods is now ready for the inspection and approval of all. The place to find something for Mother, Father, Brother Sister and Sweetheart. R. S. Brown, Lancaster, Ky. 12-15-- 2t 1 H. V. BASTIN. :p5MfIlTJl'.7aiMfgflTgJ1 glliMiJliJMiMfglargJli See the handsome 10.00 doll we are going to give to the little girl getting the most votes. Each cash purchase of 5 cts. entitles you to vote. W. H. Ward. 12-15-- 2t DAVE, the Look At Our Table Values. For Rent. Eight room honse, boarding-hous- e. Il-29-- 4t suitable for a Mrs H. B. Sweeney. Bryantsville, Ky. pur display of Linens, Scarfs, Towels and XMAS Novelties is unequalled. Fine Mesh Bags at reasonable prices. Do not fail to inspect our line of Holiday Specials. The Trading Palace of Lancaster. For Sale. My farm of 175 acres 7 miles from Lancaster 1 mile from Bryantsville on Lexington pike. Well watered good STAR COAL Man will sellGal- vonizedRoof mSHMSI) i Y the balance of December, at $3.00 per square for cash m state of cultivation, convenient school and churches. Mrs. Nackie- McGrath. 12-8-- 3t to To The People of Lowell and. Paint Vicnity. Lick THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE GO. week. Exclusive Ladies Outfitters and Style Leaders. Henry Kuhlman & Son Lowell Ky have accepted the agency for J. J. Pur-sle- y (Dakota Jack's) great Indian Rem edies and will keep constantly on hand Pursley's Indian Herbs a 45 days Treat ment $1.00 Cowboy Liniment 25 cents per bottle, Creme Soap lOcts per cake 3 cakes 25cts. Henry Kuhlman & Son, Lowell Ky. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. Madison Tobacco Logan's Sale is being attended and the people are getting some good bargains. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Thompson of Boyle are expected during the holidays for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown. Miss Helen Gill who has been quite sick since her return from a Western trip to Oklahoma and Colorado is somewhat improved. Mr. and Mrs. Shirley B. Elkin and little son left Thursday for a visit to Mrs. Elkins mother Mrs. Clemens of Elkins West Va. Miss Fannie May Miles of Louisville is expected home Saturday for a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. A, C, Miles Warehouse INCORPORATED Co. Uatei w TM Street--L k A. De Richmond, Ky. We gave satisfaction to our customers last season and feel with that season's experience, we are better prepared and that qualified to serve our customers. Experienced men in all departments. We will get you the highest market price for your tobacco. Free' accommodation for teams. Free Insurance. Splendid Light. .1 at Buckeye. Pointer on Weather Gauges. In loving remembrance of Hattie B. Price wife of Coy Price daughter of James, and Mary Land. She was born 1 in Madison Co. Ky., the year of 1890 ajjed 21 years died Dec, G 1911 was married to Coy PrictTof Adair Co, Ky., in the year of 1903 two children' were born to this union, one son James R. age 3 years one daughter 3 weeks old named for its mother, Hattie B. She was well known and loved by all who knew her. Calm on the bosom of thy God. Fair spirit rest the now. E'n while with us they footsteps trod. His seal was on thy Brow. "When is the best time to buy therLone are the path and sad the bowers. mometers?" "In the wiuter, when they are Whence thy meek smiles are gone. down." But a brighter home than ours. In heaven in now thine own. Where She Liked 'Em. A Friend. Q "Z STOVES Moors Base Burners, Rest Heating Stove Made. Majestic Ranges, Best Steel Cooks Made. O. K. Jewell Best Cast Cooks Made. Children see Dollies little Range. Rodgers Silverware makes a nice Xmas present. A fine lot of Lap Robes, Buggies and Harness at reduced prices. Come and get our prices, we can make it worth while. Get your wife one for an Xmas Gift. Courteous Treatmentr A square deal to all. DIRECTORS. Elzle C. Million ' Tl J. Curtti, Elmer Deatherage, C. H. Vaught, ' Thos. Marion Coy, J. Smith. Miss Elizabeth Collier left Thursday to spend the holidays with her aunt Mrs. C. M. Richardson and Miss Mary Johnston of Lexington Mrs. Nora Scrivner of Cynthiana who has been with her niece Mrs. J. ' W. Sweeney has gone for a visit to her brother in Louisville. Miss Mattie Lee Hubble of Hamilton College Lexington will be at home to spend Christmas with her parents Sen- Public Sale. will-on t Monday, Dec 25, at 2 o'clock 1 p. m. sell to the highest bidder five dozen Barred & Buff Plymouth rock take pullets in one dozen lots. Sale-tplace in front of Court House. Currey Robinson. o 12-22- -It A letter To Dakota Jack. Bee Lick Ky. Nov. 11. 1911. J. Pursley (Dakota Jack) r $ J. Yelling here Saturday, John C. Bomside has, retqred from a Miss Mary Rankin of Madison Fe Lancaster, Ky., Dear Sir For the male Institute will be at home this benefit of people suffering with Stom-ach- e Mra. Ann Robinson is In Danville vis. business trip to San Angefo Tex. Aunt Margaret I see that old time Itmg herniece Mrs. Jake Robinson. week to spend the holiday with her trouble and Rheumatism. 'Please politeness among men is returning. Dr. H. M. Grant of Norfolk, Va., is parents Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Rankin. have the following letter published. They are again proposing on their of Madison Miss Bessie-Brow- n expected Saturday for the Christmas knees. The Womans club met at the usual As I sure know the tortures of stom-ach- e is at home to spend holidays. holidays. Aunt Samantha I'd rather have trouble and Rheumatism myself. place Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Em them there than on my hands. Mrs. Ethel Dsmold and Miss Rella Mr. and Mrs. James 'Anderson of ma-G- . Kauffman reading a most in- If I can be of any help to others I will Arnold were visitors in Danvilie Chicago are with Mrs. Susan Anderson teresting paper on "The outbreak of be only too glad to do so. I have been A Pair of Impossibles. for a visitT troubled with Stomach troubles and the Civil War. years and a Miss Susie Brashear will leave this Mrs. Emma Kauffman leave Monday Dr. E. H. Pearce. pastor of the Rheumatism for number of no one knows the tortures until they week for a visit to relatives in Cyntbi- - for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John Green-lea- f Methodist church of this city received tried all the remedies I ana. of Richmond. a large box of fruit this week from his have them. I could hear of and physicians treated Miss Mary Dalton of Hamilton Coll; Miss Ella Thompson, of Danville will son Mr. Eugien Pearce, who is owner me all to no avail. As a person natgge Lexington wil be at home for the be the. guest of Miss Hallie Brown of a. large orange grove near Tampa, urally will I had lost all confidence in Florida. holidays.hjnng the Christmas, medicine, A friend told me a man in O, Mrs', B. F, Hqdsqn Wfler Hudson of Denver .Colorado. v Mr. gnd Mfs.. Rosoop Fwris of. Stan ney, accompanjed by a.nd. W,brotherRig Lancaster cured,him and would cure J, me. He says his name is Dakota Jack. their vnlJ.W.athome Saturday to spend th ford were visitors of Mrs. U. D, B, Walker of Richmond, went to Cin L wrote him and he sent me a 45 days holidays. Simpson Tuesday. cinhati Tuesday to be at the bedside of treatment of Pursley's Indian Herbs. afMiss Tommie Francis is et home, Mrs. Plummer Kincaid and Miss their brother Mr. R. L. Walker, who according to ter a weeks visit to Mrs Bunks Hudson Haiel Stone of Stanford were recent is seriously ill in a Cincinnati hospital. I taken them done me good. directions T taken and saw they gf Danville. visitors in Lancaster, Mrs. R. E. McRoberts entertained two treatments and they cured me .and rMt; Margaret Arnold of Rjcmond Miss Bernie Lear and Lillian Coch at a well appointed luncheon in honor wiircure you. I have tried many other v "Tin von tti .ilr nnv one man could jOol-Wil- l spgnd the fcpljdays with ran will vsjt their aunt 1Its, Walker Of Miss, Annie Davis McRoberts" of remedies and approved, failures. As a ever read all the new books?" "TVJri fcomfQkgr Gfiynh (taring Christmas, . Stanford. The home was embellished fnend to sufferers of stomache troubles L&rink mnro thn'n pnnlrt nnv nnp mnn all the UqUors that are distilled." Indian with Christmas decorations and the and Rheumatism try Pursley's Mra, J. , Stormes Is & home after Mrs. Emma Bush and grand-daug- h (Signed) M. H. Barnes. visit of Wo weeks.to Mrs. F, B. Fox. ter Ethel Dean Bush of Richmond are occasion was an enjoyable one for the Herbs. ' ,, Pursley'sJndian Herbs are' for sale young guests assembled. .Assurance Doubly Sure. ef Indianapolis. visiting Rev. and Mrs. O. P. Bush. in Garrard Co by the following people, Mr; and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey left Mason will leave this - Misses Fannie and Bettie West were Ky, J. E. this week for Terre Haute Ind. to J. J. Pursley Lancaster, week to spend Christmas with .her- par- guess on Tuesday of their sister Mrs. Stormes (ilfciggist)' Lancaster, Ky., spend the holidays with their daughters ents in Richmond. Mrs. Goerge Robinson Henry Kuhlman & Son Lowell Mrs. S. M. Jordan, Mrs. w. H. Whit-ak- and by Miss. Al Anderson of Lexington is Ky, Pursley's. Indian Herbs a 45 days Monday Mrs. W. S. Elkin returned and Mrs. Hattie Tankerslay, all here for a visit to .her parents Mr; arid toherhomein AtlaMa after a stay of whome meet with Mrs. Jordon, in treatment for $L00 at any of the above places. Mrs. John E. Anderson, with her sister Miss Jennie Duncan. Terre Haute, for a family reunion. Misses Bettie Robinson and Uinnie Miss Letty J4ay McRoberts will Iih Winter's Troubles. Welsh wHIieave the, last f the week this week from a stay of several Exiprttrs Nttice To many, winter, is a season of for their bosae in CaapbeMsviile. weeks witb school mates in Lynchburg AH "persons knowing themselves in trouble. The frost-bitte- n 'toes and Mr. ad MjvJ, E. Ctamch of Som- Va. s. to the estate of Lafayett Brown fingers, chapped hands and lips, chil debted erset will be jprtW ef Mr. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denman of deceased will please come forwarcj and. blains, coldsores, red and rough skins, MS Mwrt iwrmg the fcefiiays. Job Nicbolsaville are, expected for .the settle same and all. persona oweing prove this. But.such troubles fly be- Mr."ad M;.Lenzie Clarlrare being holidays to" visit Mr. and Mrs. Alex saicTeitate 'will please settle same at foye Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A trial "You Uaye returnedtrom abroad, but ceHgrat)at3ona pon Wast,' . ahii(wU irf Greatest healer of Burns, I don't see" any foreign cheekson your OBce. 'Robert Brown Edward Brown convinces, tefmfa9(.hMfaim young son. Mr. W. G. Kemper, the popular, ia: nd RJchard Browq Eecutprg Lowell Boils, Piles,. Cuts, Sores, Bruises,, ."Only 25c at R, E. ."6? my jwifevplnned them -- . . " jjifcrFittie D. GUI leftrthw weekfor surance. man- xorqeriy Qi faint 3uck Xentcky. ..: " H. TfSlfowq Aty lt.p4"- MbrtI&Son. Am cloak" anditKeog,sblanket.,' XfJm- - tW&ter1 btT)9W cf Ijexinffoniras in tpwR last it Mr. Fa-ma- MfJ, Jesse Wearen of Stanford was Mrs. E. C. Barnard of Washington D.C ator and Mrs. JR. L. Hubble. le J. R. : MOUNT, SON & CO. . Bring1. Tour Tobacco TO- - - 1 LANCASTER TOBACCO -- Miss-Mab- el - WAREHOUSE Stanford Street. i er re-ta- rn and-Mr- -- Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales-- , No Commission to Pay. Telephone 186. .. We buy yonr Tobaceo at Highest MarkefrBriceiaridw unload the same day.. r - - on-he- V-w- - T-T- " Use Arnold Buggies ts It is almost uselessT4o tell of the QUALITY of the Arnold Hand Made Buggy. They have withstood the severest test for the past Seven years and today we have the largest trade with the -- Liverymen of any one concern in the State and have given these above mention entirely satisfaction. Herndon & Walker, agents for Garrard County, Kentucky. -- h U PAY EXPRES?V Til mm r "" MOTST -- ORDER YOUR CLOTHES FROM US AND Jr ?L BY MAIL SAVE MONEY. WDmMww AUTHOR Ml) 4k 0 EfLIJAKKMR Rfl. DMBtMfeQ S A KZy -- -- K Of THE GAME AND THE CAUDLE "It takes its chances. If you are conKeport of the" Condition nected with the Ffrenches who manufacture the Mercury car, you should OFTI1Kknow something of automobile racing yourself. I noticed your limousine was df that make." "Yes, that is my uncle's company. I did see a race once at Coney Island. doing business at Paint Lick, town of Paint A car turned over and killed its driver Lick, County of Garrard. State of Kentucky, and made a nasty muss. 1 I didn't AT ThECLOSB OrBl'dl.NKSS O.N THE fancy it." A wheel slipped off a stone, giving 5th day of Dec 1911. Peoples Bank -- We Handle None But the Best COPYfcfr i The roaring reports of the 'motor fell into abrupt silence, as the driver Levy's Special Boys' Levy's Special brought bis car to a halt "You signaled?" he called across the Men 2 Suits Suits grind of set brakes. In the blending glare of the 'searchoi Pants lights from the two machines, the end all tho Leading: Lines of gray" one arriving and the limousine drawn to the roadside, the young girl stood, her hand still extended in the gesture which had stopped the man We issue a large illustrated catalog, which wo who now leaned across his wheel. send free on request. "Oh, please," she appealed again. WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. On either side stretched away the Mention this paper and write us fully for anything you want in our lino, and you'll pot a prompt Long Island meadows, dark, soundand satisfactory answer. And if anything you buy here 13 net exactly what you want it raay bo less, apparently uninhabited. Only vr.tTiTiptl end vonr MONEY will bo iiriYnrrti!ilv "R"PT?7T1Ttitv this spot of light broke the monotony of dreariness. A keen, chill, October Ecmbcrs Retail Merchants Association. Railroad Fares Refunded at Cerlaia Times. wind sighed past, stirring the girl's 50 Years Ago. The Largest in lis One. A House Estcbllslied delicate gown as its folds lay unheeded in the dust, fluttering her The Third cloak and shaking two or three childish curls from the bondage of Bright and her velvet hood. The driver swung Spot. fiarkct. himself down and came toward her with the unhasting swiftness of one trained to the unexpected. "I beg nardon can I be of some use?" he asked. "We are lost," she confessed hurriedly. "If you could set us right, I should be grateful. I we must get home soon. I have been a guest at a house somewhere here, and started to ieturn to New York this afternoon. The chauffeur does not know Long FARMER'S COLUMN Island; we cannot seem to find any place. And now we have lost a tire. vooo oooeooo ooocooooo oooooocc eo oi I was alraid " She broke off abruptly, as her comrfpace below tbis hefuliug Is ror tlie exclupanion descended from the limousine. sive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for "We only want to know the way; the sale of stock, grain and such things ou we're all right," he explained. "This farm as the farmer cunnot afford to advermy cousin; I came out after her, tise. No nntlpe lv til hn nnrnttrt nvor fmir is .. .4 .. . L'fP' I llllno nnu niu v,. uuy in .wo issues oi. me you see. Don't get so worried, Emin ur ni ii...ubsl ily we'll go straight on as soon as wv..v. .ice mi buaifio Anderson changes the tire." He huddled his words slightly and Mr. Timothy" Ford sold to Mr. Clay-tospoke too rapidly, the round, Arnold a bunch of hogs at 4 cts face he turned to the white per lb. light was too flushed; otherwise there A few crops of tobacco were sold was nothing unusual in his appearance. And his caste was evident and h'ere last week to Lancaster parties unquestionable in spite of any cirand 11 cts per lb. cumstance. There was no anger in Messrs Lawson & Brown sold to Lil- girl's dark eyes as she gazed straight before her, only pity and helpian! & Fox- of Danville 45 eight hund- less distress. red pound yearling cattle at 4J cents "I can tell your chauffeur the road." per pound and delivered them 6n last f the driver of the gray car quietly said. Monday. "Have you far to go?" "To the St. Royal," she answered, Capt. Am Bourne who cried the sale looking at him. "My uncle is there. for R. E. Edwards and Richard Brown, Is that far?" administrators of LaFayette Brown, "No; you can reach there by ten deceased, reports the following 1 pair o'clock. I will speak to your chaufof aged mules $200.; milk cows $30. to feur." "Do, like a good fellow," the other $40.; Forty head of sheep at $4. per man interposed. "Awfully obliged. 1 sow and 4 shoats for $11.; Nine head; You're not angry, Emily," he added, shoats at $1.50 per head. Farming im- lowering his voice, and moving near plements sold well. er her. "Since we're engaged, why Mr Bourne is a good auctioneer and should you get frightened simply be certainly gets the highest dollar for cause I proposed we get married to night instead of waiting for a big anything he. sells. wedding? I 'thought it was a good W. B. Burton returned Sunday from idea, you know. It isn't my fault Ana ten days stay in Wilson N. C. where derson got lost instead of getting us he went to assist in disposing of a large home for dinner, is It?" ' WMlllSMBBfBBBHBBflHHii "Hush, Dick," she rebuked, hot colnumber of horses and mules which ,he or sweeping her face. "You, you are has recently shipped to the Wilson Live not well. And we are not eng'aged; Stock Co. Mr. Burton returned via you forget. Just because people want At ttls season the shop window, with Atlanta Ga. lClAft!tin TUnln DnnAAn where he purchased a car us to be " Too proud to let her OcIBCliniJ ineir rreSeniS.Jts wealth of Christmas oferin?s, has load of stock consisting of five horses steadinessquiver, she broke the senevery cLT.a. Kvery store iront nas its quoto or aaminng an unusual charm ror little folks eagerly selecting from the vast variety of good things those which for which he paid $765. and 20 mules tence. If the driver had heard, and it was they most wish, and many a note to good old Santa is being written based on which cost him $196. per head, and they see. which he shipped to his firm at Wilson, scarcely possible that he had not, he what Mr. Burton tells us that the mule trade made no sign. By the acetylene light he produced an envelope and pencil, in the south is completely derrorilized, and proceeded to sketch a map showand that mules may be purchased in ing the route to the limousine's chaufAtlanta for a less price than the same feur. uuimaia wouia onng nere "Understand it?" he queried, concluding. He had a certain decision of manner, not in the least- arrogant, but A Terrible BInuder. the result of a serene to neglect liver trouble. Never do it. that somehow accorded with his lithe, Take Dr. King's New Life Pills oh the 'trained grace of movement. A judge first sign of constipation, biliousness or of men would have read him an athinactive bowels and prevent virulent lete, perhaps In an unusual line. "Yes, sir," the chauffeur replied. indigestion, jaundice or gall stores. "I'll get Miss Tf rench home in po They regulate liver, stomach and bowJohn White & Co. I get the tire oh." els and build up your health. Only 25c time after LOUISVILLE, KY. BSjjeasHb The indiscretion of the spoken at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Established 1837 name was ignored, except for a slight .Highest market price paid lift of the hearer's eyebrows. ffi; FURS Notice. "How long does it take you to change a tire?" Office Phone 31. Residence Phone and HIDES. There will be a meeting of the share "About half an hour; it's night, of WOOL COMMISSION holders of The Garrard Bank & Trust course." LANCASTER. KY. , Co., Lancaster, Ky., at it's banking An odd, choking gurgle sounded from house on Tuesday, January the 9th, the gray machine, where a dark figure 1912 for the purpose of- electing direchad sat until now in quiescent mute-nestors to serve the ensuing year. 5 "Half an hour!" echoed the gray 3t J. W. Elmore, Cashier. machine's driver, and faced toward the chuckle. "Rupert, Jt Isn't in your Notice. 1 T contract, but do you want to come There will be a meeting of the share overhand change this tire?" 857-G. A. Ballard ....Residence 2 M below Lowell onR: R. holders of The Citizens National Bank, "I'll do it for you, Darling," was the 397', Miss Fannie Bishop . Residence Crab Orchard St. Lancaster, Ky., at its banking house sweet response,; the" small figure 165 F.'G. Hurt. Water St. .. on Tuesday January ninth, 1912 for the rolled over the edge of the car with a e 339-- J celerity. "Where are your J. Q. Mahan ..Residence 3 M Richmond pike.purpose of electing directors to serve tools, you chauffeur? Quick!" 363-- S W. Mahan J. JResidence 6 M Lexington pike. theensuing year. 374-- S : G. A. Morgan Residence 7 M Flat Woods. t The bewildered chauffeur mechanW. F. Champ, Cashier. ically reached for a box on the runnin186 Misses Moss & Lay Dressmaking. g-board, as the young assistant Vetinarj'-Surgeo365 Dr. R, L. Pontius Notice. came up, grinning all over his malign 383-frames Rankin Residence Bright s Bend. There will be a meetieg of the share dark face. 884-T. C. Rankin Residence 3 M" OI rT Danville Pike. "Oh, quicker! What's the matter, holders of The National Bank, Lancas213 "Turner & Carpenter Grocery Campbell St ter, Ky., at its banking house on Tues rheumatism? They wouldn't have you 381 -- Miss Margaret Zanone Residence Crab Orchard St day, January the ninth 1912 for the in a training camp toi motor trucks Paste this in your telephone book. v purpose of electing director s to serve uu ouuuttjr. nuBue, piease. There never had been anything TBttBartin Telephone Co. lacerated. Lancaster, Ky the ensuing ;year. C. Denny, done to that sedate limousine quiteas S. Cashier. this waa done. 'Even the preoccupied that you have every style and pattern, and size, and shape which to select: and we makaAuying B"" KAIL, just as easy and satisfactory as you can do it in the store. We have special things that you can tret NOWHERE ELSE, such as : Our stocks are bo larero f-o-m A CHAPTER I. 90 sr ao3Bs-ff??z- i. at lor with pairs ing a eonjuring feat. JBy George!" exclaimed her escort "A splendid man you've got there! Really, a splendid chauffeur, you know." co. girl looked on in fascination at a rapidity of unwasted movement suggest- Twin cataiog FURNISHINGS, HATS AN EMaaEK, SHOES fur-line- d L0UISYIILE, KY. i 'jxm iMiMMatyi aii4Eu Ti good-humor- at-1- - 'Cihhhihbbbbbkjbejki sjPBy lj.w.vj4- !., J - self-suret-y J A BEAZLEY Funeral'Di rector and Embalmer "Why, why " stammered the limousine's other passenger, turning as the writes Mrs. L. R. Barker, motor started. No one heeded him. of Bud, Ky., "and can do "By-bdon't break any records," all my housework. For Rupert called after the chauffeur. years I suffered with such "Hold yourself in,"do. If you shed any more tires, telegraph for me; and pains, I could scarcely if I'm within a day's run I'll come put stand on my feet After them on for you and save you time." three different doctors had Silence closedin again, as the red tall light vanished around a bend. failed to help me, I gave The gray car's driver nodded curtly Cardui a trial. Now, I feel to the stupefied youth in the middle of like a new woman." the road. "Unless you want to stay here all E58 night, you'd better get in the machine," the suggested. "My name's suppose yours Lestrange I is Take Ff rench?" "Dick Ffrench. But, see here, you mean well, but I'm going with myj cousin. ia line a drive with you, Dut i Tonic I'm busy." A woman's health de"You're not fit to go with your j pends so much upon her cousin." y, pert" "I see that," she acknowledged gratefully "Thank you; I would rather wait here' "Is your chauffeur trustworthy?" "Oh, yes; he has been In my uncle's employ for three years. But he was never before out here, in this place." There was a pause, filled by the soft monotone of insults drifting from the side of tho limousine, for Rupert talked while he worked and his did not please him. "Wrench, baby hippo! Oh, look behind you where you put it you need a memory course. You ought to bo passing spools to a lady with a sew ing machine. Did you ever see a motor car before? There, pump her up. do." He rose, drew out his watch and glanced at it "Five minutes; I'll have to beat that day after tomorrow." The driver looked over at him and their eyes laughed together. Now, for the first time the girl noticed that across the shoulders of both men's jerseys ran in silver letters the name of a famous foreign automobile. "I am very grateful, indeed," she said bravely and graciously. "I wish I could say more, or say it better. The journey will be short, now." But all her dignity could not check the frightened shrinking of her glance, first toward the interior of the limousine and then toward the man who was to enter there withjier. And the driver of the gray machine saw it. "We have done very little," he returned. "May I'put you in your car?" The chauffeur was gathering his tools, speechlessly outraged, and making ready to start. Seated among the rugs and cushions, under the light of the luxurious car, the girl deliberately drew off her glove and held out her small uncovered hand to the driver of the gray machine. "Thank you," she said again, meeting his eyes with her own; whose darkness contrasted oddly with the blonde curls clustered under her hood. "You are not afraid to drive Into the city alone?" he asked. "Alone! Why, my cousin " . "Your cousin- - is going to stay with me." She flung back her head; amazement, question, relief struggled over lrer sensitive face, and finally melted into irrepressible mirth under the fine amusement of his regard. "You are clever and kind, to do that! No, I am not afraid." He closed the door. "Take your mistress home," he bade the chauffeur. "Crank for him, Rufellow-worker The driver smiled with a gleam of Irony, but disregarded the comment. "Would you like to get into your car?" he asked the girl. "You will be able to start very soon." the car a swerving lurch which was as instantly corrected with a second KESOtflCCKS: lurch by its pilot The effect was 1. Loans and Discounts. 5,W5 '" t and oiherhouds, slocks not tranquilizing; the shock swept the a and.ecnrlties 3. Due from hanks last confusion from Ffrench's brain. i? "Where are you taking me?" he 4. Actnal Cash ou hand. . . . "" o. oiiecks. cash iiem- and expresently, asked. change for clearing 1SSM) "Where do you want to go? 1 will C. Overdralts-Stcure-Jl.6s.Ml J... "uu. secured. iJS1 41 set you down at the next village we I' taxep'h'id St JUVo Ou. Kurtiltnrts come to; you can stay there 1,500 CO or you can get a trolley to the city." 9. Other Asset- not iuclndrd under any of the above heads The question remained unanswered. Several times Ffrench glanced, rather Total $W),S53S1 diffidently, at his companion's clear, I.IAI5II.ITIKS: firm profile, and looked away again 10. Capital Stock paid In. in cash.. I 1G.00O 00 11. surplus. JU.uoeo; without speaking. I'ndliided .ZZ 10.C20 23 Pofi'V'-- '' J: Total get my cousin "I went out to 12. (Deposits on uhich interest is puitl.J ... and my host gave me a couple of high(Deposit ou which interest is balls," he volunteered, at last "I not paid, 5T.8TS si don't know what you thought " Total Deposits .. 57,679 81 13. Cashier's checks, onts'ta'ndi'np LestFange twisted, his car around a VC"tlJ?eU-Ilecks'"Tobelated farm wagon. II. Due to Banks 151 77 "How old are you?" he Inquired 1. Notes and hills reaisco'nnted". J U-?-ii? - d P!!Ie5t.e-Tpe.''i9u,"- 1 to-nig- ht .4. to-da- a calmly. "Twenty-tlwee.- " n. heads "I'm nearly twenty-seveThat's Total what I thought" I yu,!vVt HI The simpler mind considered this STATE OF KENTUCKY. ) ScT- COUNTY OF GAKKAKD for a space. I. U. . Woods, Cashier of the above named "Some men are born awake, some Bank, do solemnly swear awake themselves, and some are shak- ment is true to the best ofthat the above statemy knowledge and Le- belief- en into awakening," paraphrased R. G. WOODS. Cashier. strange, In addition. "If I were you, Subscribed and sworn to before me by K. G. I'd wake up; it comes easier and it's Woods this wthdayof Dec ion A. B. Estridse. Notary Public. sure to arrive anyhow. There Is the My Commission expires January 31. 19H. village ahead shall I stop?" Correct Attest: "It looks terribly dull," was the T.S.Bnrnam, doleful verdict. W. V. Fish. Directors. J. B. Woods. "Then come with me," flashed the other unexpectedly; for a fractional instant his eyes left the road and turned to his companion's face. "Did PAINT LICK. you ever see race practice at dawn? Come try a night in a training camp." "You'd bother with me?" Mrs. Walker Guyn and little daugh"Yes." A head bobbed up by Ffrench's ter, have been visiting in Stanford. knee, where Rupert was clinging in Dr. W. L. Carman and Mr. Harry some inexplicable fashion. "Once I rode eight miles out there Francis were in Lancaster Sunday. by the hood, head downward, holding Messrs R. W. Estridge and in a pin," he imparted, by way of en- Metcalf visited near HarrodsburgGrant last tertainment week. Ffrench stared at the reeling perch indicated, and gasped. Mrr. John Terry and daughters are - "What for?" he asked. both about well after an attar t nf illn-So we could keep on to our con - 'theria. trol uioicau via. Lrtriui, yut uui ui mc i I he popular firm of Fish & Hammack . running, of course. Did you guess I will on January 1st adopt the cash was curing a headache?" "But you might have been killed!" system. exclaimed Ffrench. Judge T. Z. Morrow of Somerset has Even by the semi-ligh- t of the lamps returned to his home after a several there was visible the mechanician's days visit to Dr. and Mrs. N. Mays. droll twist oPHp and brow. "I'd drive to hell with Lestrange,' Mrs. Rube Ralston who was operated he explained sweetly, and settled hack on for appendecitis at Good Samaritan in his place. Hospital at Lexington is doing nicely. Ffrench drew a long breath. After a moment he again looked at the Remember the Lancaster Record " is driver. prepared to do any kind of printing at "Ill come," he accepted. "And, reasonable prices, send us your order thank you." for job work". It was Lestrange who smiled this Miss Josephine Waytes of Georgetime, with a sudden and enchanting town College is expected Wednesday warmth of mirth. "We'll try to amuse you," he prom- night to spend the holidays with her ised. grandmother Mrs. N. Mays. A number of friends and relatives CONTINUED will attend the golden wedding of iMr. and Mrs. W. A. Tood on next Sunday. A full report of the affair wi'l appear I 1. Other liabilities not iuclnded tin der any of tne above . Total ..; Bills piyable. $ 5,000.10 ? V "I Am Well" furnish us a letter nearly every week during the year 1912. The people of that section are requested to notify her of any n ws item they might know of and in that way make a better Record for the readers who are always interested in what is doing at Paint Lick. i in The Record. Miss Eliza Rucker the Records popular correspondent at Paint Lick, we are glad to announce will continue to r CARDUI I The Woman's 1-- m mXVrwihSi X "Telephones Installed Since May st, 191 ;.... - - s. 12-1- H cat-lik- 12-8-- 3t n. U A "Fit," completed Lestrange definitely. "Can you hang on somewhere, ' Rupert?" J I can," Rupert assured, with an inflection of his own. "Get your friend aboard." Lestrange was already in his 'seat, waiting. "What's that for?" asked the dazed guest, as, pn taking his place, a strap was slipped around his waist, securing him to the seat. "So you won't fall out," soothed the grinning Rupert "You ain't well, you know. Not that I'd care if you did, but somebody might blame Darling." The car leaped forward,gathering speed to an extent that was a revelation in motoring to Ffrench. Thei keen air, the giddy rush through the dark, were a sobering tonic. After a while he spoke to the man beside him, nervously embarrassed by a situation he was beginning to appreciate. "This is a racing car?" "Not" I delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It is the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardui at once, and avoid, more serious troubles. We urge you to try it Begin today. The editor of the Record made a busi ness trip to the thriving little town of Paint Lick on last Saturday and found the merchants doing a large business. Mr, R. G. Woods, the new cashier of the Peoples Bank seems to be taking Mr. Kempers place in an acceptable manner pleasing the officers of the Bank as welf as the depositors. This ( is one of the very best State Banksin the State and the people of that section are justly proud of it, Mr. Woods is the son of Mr. JSarnest Woods of Paint Lick and is one of the best business men of this county. He married Miss Jennie White, a daughter of Mr. John White, about six years ago. His. wife visited friends here before her marriage and is well known to a number of Lancaster people. I ( 1 Ck . X' t . It is a very serious matter, to a&k for one. medicine and have the wrong one given you. For this reason we urge you in buying to be careful to get the genuine BUck-DraugH- T Very Serious 'MUI1JVY WTtfrsV TTUT u. JTAmrm r.V -- l." .YJ" -'L--S- TPr"m . Liver Medicine Thereputatioa of this. olc reliable medicine, for constipation, indigestion and liver trouble, is firmly established. It docs not imitate "It was."" "If, I were going to race to-nig- ht "Isn't It now?" 12-8-- 3t over a country road A rac- ing shachlne is petted like a race horse' matlFit is wanted." " Aad. then?" it day after I4 wouldn't be risking it We tell von how. and cavhestmarVt prices. Ve are dealers; established i jtsac; ana can ao uui i isk tor you tarn agents or commission merchants. References any bank in Iju-Isrill-e. Write for weekly price list. j 22746-3- M. SABEL SONS A 33 E Intel St IWISIIUE, tl. UMWt w runs, wets, wwu 1 t other medicines- - It ia ti others, or it would not h h fa vorite liver powder, Tdth'largtr" ttt u uuicis "j SOLD ceawKQ. IN TOWN mr- - t - - Fa f - V. z'is J- -- -- -- 1.. a Jt i - $ , " . t- --