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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 29, 1911 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1911 cen1911122901_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 29, 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. aJLo W W W CENTRAL RECORD PCTflE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1911. A Groundless Rumor. The Record extends to its friends Richwishes for a MerSomeone telephoned here and patrons B i ry Xmas andbestHappy and prosper mond that Senator Bradley from dead, was a and like all rumors it gained with the New Year. ous telling. Investigation was immediateCHARITY ORGANIZATION j NUMBER 38. - &E&&&&& PJIMJIJIIJI Effected In Lancaster, Which Has For J Its Object The Systematic Relief Of HEATING AND PLUMBING. We use the best material the market affords. Let us make you an estimate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. k CONN BRO Lancaster, Ky. &&3i J' BHiMMH mammmmmgmammmmmimamgtm x 1I OF If you H IH H. T. Lo gan want to save Money on STILL ON IN FULL BLAST. and FURNISHING GOODS call on him. Prices fifty per" cent lower than any TERMS CASH house in Lancaster. MI, s H.T. rT LOGAN Misery And Distress. Christmas Gift Pay us that dollar. ly made, relatives were telephoned for information and it was learned that the The citizens of Lancaster met at the "Old Man Grump" says "A green Senator was enjoying his usual health police court room on last Thursday and was in Washington. Christmas and a full graveyard." night and effected the permanent organization of what is to be known" as GirrVWilmore. "The Lancaster Associated Charities Miss Annie Todd and Mr. Quincy Board" and which has for its object Messrs Chas Ham and Noah Hurt will o to Wilmore Kv. the first of the Hicks were married Wednesday af n the practical and systematic handling m f at the home of Rev. 0. P. Bush, of all cases of charity which come i year where they will engage in the ., firm name that gentleman officiating. After the within their scope. The meeting was i grocery business under the & Ham. These young men ceremony the happy couple repaired composed of representatives from the of Hurt were formerly engaged in business at to the home of the brides parents various churches, lodges, the city counwhere a splendid supper had been pre- cil and the county. Hyattsville and are hustlers. pared for them and for a number of Capt. Wm. Herndon was elected friends who were present. The bride permant president and Mr. Wins A Big Doll. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank The doll contest conducted by Mr. Todd of Lancaster and the groom is a J. F. Holtzclaw as permanent secreW. H. Ward was won by little Miss prosperous young farmer of the Marks-bur- y tary of the newly formed organization. Rev. C. C. Brown, Mr. J. Booth Sutton Helen Gulley, daughter of Mr. J. H. section and is a son of Mr. and and Dr. B. F. Walter were appointed Gulley, she receiving 200 more votes Mrs. Coleman Hicks. a committee on permanent organizathan any of the other contestants, and tion, and they are expected to outline Business Changes. she was presented with a handsome a plan of action, by laws by which the doll almost as large as herself. Miss Rella Arnold is moving her Mill- organization is to be governed and reinery store into the room formerly oc- port to the next meeting of the cupied by F. P. Frisbie. This will' Board, which is to be on the evening Mrs. Fanny Morgan and Mr. John make a nice store for Miss Arnold and of January 4th at the police court Kelly, both of the Hackley section, will enable her to show the fine hats room. It is requested and urgently were married Wednesday by Rev. - P. which she always has on hand. hoped that at that time each fraternal E. Foley. The ceremony was perforHarry Anderson and Frazier Hurt organization the various ladies socie- med at the home of the grooms sister have bought out the Walter Furniture tive of the city and each church will Mrs, James Comely. T is is the sec- Store and will take charge on Jan. 1st. have their representatives present each ond matrimonial venture for both of Alex Doty Jr has purchased a half in of them is to have two or more, and the contracting parties. They will re- terest in the Grocery and meat market these representatives are to form the side at Hackley. of L. G. Davidson and they will run an board of directors. Miss Amanda up lo date business under the name of Anderson, Mrs. C. D. Powell, Messrs Walker Farm Not Sold. Davidson & Doty. J. A. Beasley and Judge E. W. Harris were appointed a permanent committee The farm of the late T. B. Walker, Batson's Drawing. j on investigation, and it will be their j publicwhich was advertised to be sold grjffgr-jjgrji-down, the A tremendous crowd was in town duty to investigate as to the merits of ly on last Monday, was taken highest bid being $91. 'per acre, and last Saturday, attracted by the fact each case soliciting charity, as well as those interested did not consider this that it was the last business day before to report such cases as may come to the worth of the property. This is one Xmas and also by the distribution of their notice. The pastors of each of of the most desirable pieces of real es prizes by Mr. R. H. Batson. The first the churches, the physicians of the tate around Lancaster, and it is thought ticket to win a prize was held by Mr. community and the chief of police are members of this board and that a private sale of it will be effect- L. D. Parks, the prize was a rubber report to them sech cases as they tired buggy; William (Love) Arnold, will ed shortly. colored drew ?50. ; Mrs. William Embry may deem worthy of relief. This is a move in the right direction, Bush Hurt. Wade $20.; Mrs. Dr. Pursley ?10. ; John Plum-me- r, t, and is one that was suggested by the Htdgeville, $10. and Arch The many Lancaster friends of Mr. colored $10. Mr. Batson then Record some time since, and the plan Wade H. Bush will be sorry to learn announced that he would present tht as we have outlined in these columns that he was so unfortunate one day holder of ticket NO. 1 with five dollars heretofore will be followed out wkh last week as to slip on a sidewalk in St in silver, it was reauiiy produced by a some deviations. Louis and sustain a painful fracture of Mr. Clark, Now that Lancaster has a Charity the money. his hip, which will confine him to a hos Board, it is urgently requested that pital, possibly for several months Bw Double Killing At Crab Orchard. they be permitted to handle the vari- dSS: ''l QHfll U1 1 KmrFntmk Wade Bush is the younger son of the apin a oatuc in a sort unnK stand in ous applications for charity which we late Dr. W. N. Bush, for many years peal to our citizens; in this manner mm. "Si. ' lU mB?BBBBBBM tF H tf F V one of Lancaster's leading practicion-ers- . Crab Orchard on last Saturday night will be sure that our contributions Wade is one of our Lancaster deputy marshal Lige Hoskins killed along that line are given to worthy apboys who has made a marked success in Walter Wallin and was himself killed plicants, and we will be relieved of the the business world away from home. He by Jake Wallin a brother of the man annoyance of being called to the door TihH IBBmJV H Bfc ' jBBBw YBBBBBEC t" IwQH embarked in the real estate business in he killed. According tojhe best infor by someone soliciting alms, whose St Louis several years ago and his busi mation obtainable, Walter Wallin had worthiness we doubt, but to whom we ncss has grown to such an extent that previously had trouble with John Ridcontribute for fear that we might turn he is. now one of the leading real estate dle the proprietor of the drink stand in away a worthy applicant. To the which the trouble occurred. On the I agents of that thriving western city. ladies of the community the Organiza-tia- n day of the killing mutual friends fearespecially appeals, for they are ing trouble prevailed upon Riddle to go the most frequently imposed upon; if to his home and stay there. It is said that Walter Wallin and several friends you have an applicaticn for alms, refer and relatives were in Riddle's place them to one of the officers of the ordrinking when Hoskins came in and one ganization, and then communicate of them told him to take his hands out with that officer by phone or otherwise of his pocket; it is claimed that Hos- if possible, he will have the proper kins in his dying statement stated that investigation made, and if the appliupon his failure to withdraw his hand cant be found worthy, relief will be from his pocket that Walter Wallin afforded. In this manner you will be shot him in the leg, he then fired strik- relieved of the unpleasant habit contrib ing Wallin in the heart and killing him uting to some woman with a harrowWe Guarantee Every Pair-?--All Sizes All instantly. Hoskins retreated, backing ing tale of woe, who when you give her something, money, clothes or food, toward the door, firing as he went, two Leathers. shots taking effect, one on Dud Wallin, makes a bee'line for the outskirts of BBbI BH VBb BBB ! the other striking Ben Howard, inflict the city, where doubtless several able ing flesh wounds. When Hoskins reach- bodied men are lolling around a fire ed the street Jake Wallin is said to and smoking while they await the rehave come from the opposite side of sult of her foraging tour. The Organization proposes as best it the street and fired at him, four .shots The House of Quality may be able, to look after the poor in took effect in the officers body which resulted in his death. Sheriff McCarthy our town and relieve their necessities went up from Stanford and arrested to the greatest extent in their power; Jake Wallin. Parties from the vicinity therefore contributions of any kind, of Crab Orchard who were in Lancas- money, cast-of- f clothing, coal, food or ter Tupsday stated that there was con- whatever you may choose to give will siderable feeling aroused on both sides be acceptable, and if you will call one over the affair and that further trouble of the officers, he will readily and cheerfully send for your offering. was feared. The organization is as yet in its infancy, but the people interested are r mm Miss Carrie May Thompson Injured.-determined and expect to push the The following article taken from the work along and get on a basis where Courier Journal of Monday refers to tney may be able to do a great deal of Miss Carrie May Thompson, who is the good just as quickly as possible. To daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Thomp this end it is desired that a large son of this county. Miss Thompson is ber on hand at their next staying with her aunt Mrs. Booth meeting, everyone is invited and they Thompson in Louisville and is attending will be glad to have you with them, a college for the blind. We are glad to n5t only in order to show your apreport that the young ladies injury is proval of the move, but to give your not of a serious nature views and suggestions in the matter. Struck on the head by a bullet from Don't forget the date, Thursday an unknown source. Miss Carry May night January 4th at the police court Thompson, aged 19, who is blind, re- room at seven o'clock. The room will ceived a slight scalp wound yesterday be comfortable jyid you will not be deafternoon at 5 o'clock as she was alight tained long, so come out and show ining from a northbound Fourth-streterest in a good cause. Comedy Company will be at the I A first-cla- ss car at .Fourth and Market streets. " The young woman was assisted to a drug Opera store, where a physician dressed the During the farewell performance of wound and declared it had been inflicted by a bullet. The police Were summon "Ita" at the opera house last Saturday ed and made an investigation, but were night, someone threw a large cannon unable to find anyone who heard a cracker or bomb 'on top of the opera pistol shot, and they are mystified over house, it exploded tearing a hole in the roof and scattering splinters and debris its origin. It is believed that some irresponsible over the audience directly beneath it. person on the crowded street, thinking to their imminent peril. he was firing a blank shell, shot his reWhether this was the act of a volver. Miss Thompson is a pupil in thoughtless boy bent on having some the Kentucky Institute for the Educa- fun, or of some miscreant with an in feet of moving picDon't miss this. tion of the Blind, and had been attend herent love for injuring property and ving the theater yesterday afternoon life, and we dre inclined to the former ture will also be shown. -' with her aunt Mrs. Booth Thompson, belief, but we are unable to say, but it who lives in the St. Charles apartments was equally reprehensible in either case The two women were alighting from a If manager Romans is able to locate car when Miss Thompson was heard to the pepetrator of the act, if it be a boy cry out in pain. Turning to her niece, as mentioned above, he will never care Mrs. Thompson saw the blood coursing for fun of a like nature again, and if it down her cheek Mrs. Thompson assist- be someone bent on injuring property. -- I. ed the young woman to a drug store, he will be prosecuted to the full extent where the physician was summoned. of the laW. Todd-Hicks. ter-nqo- ! -- Kelly-Morg- an. Greetings With Very Best Wishes For a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. Haselden Brothers. IllMJllifglJillJllp-gJM- ex-offi- ce Over-stree- who-receive- d K- - .k. I ! Best Shoe For Children. BBa Jas. W. Smith., AMERICAN D COM CO. T et House-Injure- d. Lancaster Opera House Thursday, flee 28th. 2,000 General Admission 15cts. Children lOcts; agfP ' """. 3 Wanted Man and wife to live in yard. Goodwages to right parties. Wash Those Pimples off. The Central Record -- 5 iooooJooooetcopoooooooof Hi IMS! UscDrD. D., that mild, soothing E. C. McWhorter, Paint Lick, Ky. incorporated. wash, that recognized remedy for EcIssued Weekly. , $1.00 a year. Mrs. L. C. King of the Hubble neigh zema and all "skin troubles. First borhood who has been very ill with drops take away that awful burning GREEN CLAY WALKER. EorroR. pneumonia is somewKat better and itch, cleanse the skin wash away recovery. "every pimple evjry impurity. NothEntered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky.. hope is entertained for her as Second-Clas- s 4te0O6OOO00OOeOOO66d00OOO0O Li AINU mm a 1UW M UUlVlfc, is M Go to the BEST Place if you want Mail Matter. Burton To Ship Mules. and Member Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., December 29, 1911. 1 left Monday for .Lebanon loading of a car of fine to attend the mules which he purchased there recently, and which he will ship to Wilson N. W. B. Burton C. Shooting At Bryantsville. the BEST WORK. ing like D. D. D. for the complexion. Get a 25c trial bottle today, worth We have the only Steam Sterten times its cost to have a bottle in ilizer in town for Massage. Shop the houser- - At any rate, drop in today on Richmond St, and investigate the merit of this wonderful prescription. For sale by HENRV DUNCAN R. E. McRoberts & Son. The Old Reliable Barber. Don't Take Him'at His Word. Sometimes you hear one say he likes to be tcld bis faults, and to have others tell him plainly when they don't like what he does, but don't you believe it. There's only one person can tell a man bis faults and still be liked by him. and that's his wife And even she would better not overdo It. lightning Kills Few. I I !io W'I feat New Ysar y 3 M May"yo;irsCbe glad and happy and generous-lfilled with prosperity. And we couple From the Cheap est to the Best. We load your Wagons. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices . . . .? 5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS For County Jndge. 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 party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action On Christmas night in front' of M. O. TCennedv's store in Brvantsville a .diffi culty took place between Lee Roberts and Strother Grimes and as a result Roberts suffered a broken jawbone, the result of a pistol shot at the hands of Grimes. It is said that Roberts was drinking and went into Kennedy's store and made some purchases of groceries, coming out to the front of the store he drew his pistol and fired two shots at Strother Grimes, whereupon Grimes wrested the pistol from him and fired one shot which took effect in his jaw breaking that member, Grimes came to town and surrendered and was ad mitted to bail in the sum of $200. for appearance at his examining trial on January 5th. Chas Coulter went the bond and Grimes returned home. Jersey Bull Hemy Simpson Season 191 1. til with this wish our thanks for the old years favors we've enjoyed at the hands of our patrons. Mil m Flour and Meal-Cle- an, Pure Flour and Meal. m J. W. il V H p fc of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the tion of the democratic party. ac- That is guaran- We are authorized to announce W. Garrard Lawson for sheriff-o- f county, subject .to the action of the L. democratic party. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave C. teed to give satisfaction. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor ac- of Garrard county subject to the tion of the democratic party. We are 'authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomination of Assessor of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic party. In 1906 lightning killed only 169 peocountry. One's ple in this whole LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. chances of death by lightning are less two in a million. The chance of Will Practice in all State Courts and than death from liver, kidney or stonach TJ. S. District Court. trouble is vastly greater, but not if Electric Bitters be used, aa Robert Office over Police Court. Phone 194 Madsen, of West Burlington, la., Call and see us for a good proved. Four doctors gave him up after eight months of suffering from Cut and Clean Shave virulent liver trouble and yellow jaun- Hair dice. He was then completeley cured The Only Two White Barbers In Town. Celebrate Golden Wedding. by Electric Bitters. They're the best Mr. and Mrs. William Todd of the stomach, liver, nerve and kidney reme See the tall sign, North side of Paint Lick section of the county cele dy and blood purifier on earth. Only Public Square. brated their golden wedding on last 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. M. Sunday, It was our intention to be present, but the inclement weather Workings. Nature's prevented. Mr. Todd is 75 years of Jf you are looking for the original age while his good wife is seventy two, blown bottle Cold Proposition, find the and they are both more sprightly than man that always jelled "Fill 'em up many people much younger than they, again' in the days when he was young one genuand they enjoyed the happy occasion and In his prime. He is the help, for Tight Wad. If you need fully as much as any of the assembled ine love of humanity as well as your Offiice over Logan's store. the guests. The table which was graced self, keep away from him. Office Phone 6 Residence Phone 75. with every thing imaginable in the way of something good to eat, furnished ASK YOUR NEIGHBOR cheer for 74 guests who had assembled to assist the good couple in their merCitizens Can Tell ry making, the number included eight Hundreds Of Lancaster children and twenty one grandchildren You All About If All Work Guaranteed. Mr. and Mrs. Todd received many- handsome presents, chief among which Kentucky Paint Lick, Home endorsement, the public exwas a gold lined water and tea service of solid silver, which was presented by pression of Lancaster people, should be a evidence beyond dispute foir every Lanthe children. The day was one of great enjoyment caster reader, of the merit of Doan's j to all present, and the editor joins in Kidney Pills. Surely the experience wishing that Mr, and Mrs. Todd may of friends and neighbors, cheerfully DENTIST more weight live to enjoy many more anniversaries, given by them, will carry residOffice over HUs Arnold's, Mllllucry. and that upon the next occasion he than the utterances of strangers y places. Read the foling in may fine it convenenient to be present. 1-- m SWEENEY. J. E. Robinson, li Garrard Milling Go. Lancaster, Kentucky. liMDlMiMfgirii iQMMflmBMM!mSmMm "Si "$ Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Co. IXCORPOUATED. HOUSE. DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. SUCCESSORS TO H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. m.-- M Richmond Tobacco Warehouse COMPANY, wants to sell your M. K. Denny, iiw far-awa- We 7 also carry a large stock of Cotton Seed Meal - AND - Ship Stuff Now- is the time - to use it. "My wife would have been in her writes O. H. Brown, of action of the democratic grave subject to the Muscadine, Ala., "if it had not been party. for Dr. King's New Discovery. She We are authorized to announce W. was down in her bed, not flbfe to get L. Huffman for a candidate for assessup without help. She had a severe or of Garrard county subject to the bronchial trouble and a dreadful cough. action of the Democratic party. I got her a bottle of Dr. King's New Discovery, and she soon began to mend For Magistrate. and was well in a short time." Inare authorized to announce fallible for coughs and colds, its the We. remedy on earth for desJohn N. White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- perate lung trouble, hemorrhages, asthma, hay fever, croup and rard county, subject to the action of $1.00. Trial whooping cough. 50c, the democratic party. bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. McWe are authorized to announce Wal- Roberts & Son. ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard MY SHIP County, subject to the action of the (By vGeorge Gowen, Mathews, Va.) democratic party. From my window looking over We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n Meadows rich with grass and clover e, H. Estes as a candidate for ' And beyond the blue and shining, in the first district of Garrard Dancing water of the bay. county, subject to the action of the I can see the vessels blowing, democratic party. Inward, outward, coming, going, Near at hand or in the distance Fading from my sight away. Government Building. Thus, or heavily, or lightly. The Government building, according Inward, outward, daily, nightly, to reliable information will not be loca- Many freighted sail the vessels sea. ted in the Park. County Attorney, J. E In life's Robinson receiyed a letter "from Sena- Mine have brought me joy and sorrow; tor Bradley announceing that- - he had But I know not for the morrow, recomended the Grant property and the What my ships may carry from me, Presbyterian church lot on Danville What my ships may bring to me. street as the proper place for the buildEnds Winter's Troubles. ing. The Senator has succeeded in getting the appropriation through the Sen ate for a $45000. building 'but it has To many, winter is a season of frost-bitte- n toes and never passed the lower house. How- troublf. The chapped hands and lips, chilever the government will probally buy fingers, red and rough skins, the before mentioned property and in blains, prove this. But such troubles fly bedue time Lancaster will have a building that will be ja pride to every Gar- fore Bucklen's Arnica Salve. A trial convinces, ureatest neaipr 01 .Burns, rard county citizen. Boils, Piles, Cuts, Sores, Bruises, EcNot Carrard? zema ank Sprains. Only 25c at R. E. ," most-reliabl- e 1-- m -- We are authorized to announce J. B. Collier as a candidate for the nomination for assessor of Garrard county, Saved His Wife's Life. lowing. George Wright, Stanford Kv.. savs: "1 have never known of a better kidney remedy than Doan's Kidney Pills. Last fall my back ached a great deal and my kidneys were badly disordered, the kidney Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. secretion being scanty and . painful in passage. I fortunately had Doan's Lancaster, -- -- ""Kentucky. Kidney Pills brought to my attention and getting a box at Frisbie's Drug Office over Office Hours Store, I began their use. They re- 8 ft. m to 12. 1 p. m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store lieved me promptly and in return for the benefit I received, I am willing caster. St, Lan Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Dr. ft L 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. . TOES.A.CO & N. Phone No 251, Near L. Depot, Richmond. that'my name should be used in rec- ommending them. My advice to all sufferers from kidney trouble is to give Phone 65. Doan's Kidney Pills a trial." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents for the United Foster-Milbur- DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. K. H..J. TINSLEY, Pf THE CTTALMEKS THIRTY. its fourth year of equipped States. Remember the name take no other. Doan's and County Surveyor. PHONE 329--J. Office over F. G. Hurt s furniture store. Mag-strat- ever-changi- ng To Reverse 'Woman. The inexplicable, inherent and In eradicable habit of women of alignt-inbackward from a car is expected by a Colorado trolley manager to be cured by the placing of mirrors on car doors so that the fair passengers wljl feel Impelled to face forward to see if their.bat Is on straight before tbey alight. As a device for delaying trat U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician fie this will be a conspicuous succesg Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. g Lancaster, Kentucky, 1 H for The car with an established reputation, now in phenomenal success. U oo900ooooeooooooofte9oooo BEAUTY i 'mmsmmmmmm ffil ft Demountable rims. Self Starter, AH completely long distance service. Stormes Automobile Agency, 1 mmm&MmmwmW L2. oi 'E.3I -- TRUTHS. And Dull Pimples, Sallowness, Blotches Cut Flowers "1 ': Eyes Caused by Storaaeh. of QUALITY. cold-sore- s, HUDSON AND 7 Phone 26. Lancaster;y Ky. - The following extract from the Harrodsburg Republican tells of a move to organize the sportsmen x)f Mercer county for the protection of Hie game. This is a good move and the only one by which we will ever see the fields and streams of the state get enough protection to prevent their being devasted before the law expires. This move we advocated several months' since, and if our neighbors are successful In their undertaking, it will be weJJ for the people in this county who are interested to organize inthis'codnty a branch of the Fish And Game Protection Association, and as Mercer and Garrard join with Dix river-a- s the Jjoundary line, perhaps with orgenizar tions on "both sides of the stream the ecining and dynamiting can be at least checked, if pot stopped altogether AtMercgr branch of the Fish and Game Protective Association will be formed hy sportsmen of this .community. Something of the sorjt is badly needed to enforce the State laws in regard to game, which are held very lightly by many people in the county, While numbers condemn such lawlessto ness they feel jtjifnot their-pla- ce "kick up a rom" unless the acta of depredations are on Owir property, but an organization such as the above, would nuike it a 'business to look to the protection of a the fi8h and game in J this county," -- o'VtQ-- McRoberts & Son. 1-- m Cnance.for an Investigator. Wasn't It J y Gould who laid the foundation of a great fortune by the sale of rat traps? If bo and you have .ever tried to set one of these fjve or ten cent affairs they sell In the department stores, you may well won .der why some one dees not follow his example with a nouse trap that can be set without losing all one's religion. Scientific American A Terrible Bluuder. Beauty is only skin deep, but that's deep enough to satisy most women, also men, In order to keep tlje skin jn a clear, clean, healthy condition, the stomach must supply the blood plenty of nutrir tjon. As long aa the stomach is out of order and the blood lacks proper nourr ishment the skin will be affected. If you want a perfect, skjn that you will be proud of, take a week's treat sfomach tablet. ment of MI0-NGet a fifty cent; box today, and if you are not satisfied after a, week's, treatmenu, you can have yopr money back. s For any stomach ailment guaranteed. It give's" almost instant relief and permanently enres. Jjarge box 50 cents, at R. E. McRoberts and druggists everywhere. A MI-O-N- A LWare McRoberts.' Henry L. Casey, o.v.s VETERINARIAN. Former Director Animal Industry Philipp)pe United States Arm; Islands. m S3 s Daily 1 We will send you the Courier Journal Office Telephone 32 at Logan's Stgble. and 4X2. DANVILLE. KY Oakdale Herd of -- i i 'ONE YEAR FOR $3.00, Six months for $1.75, Three months $1.00. Please let us have your subscription. Registered Durocs Royal blood apdplfindid individuality, FalL boars and gilts for sale, R, R McRoberts 3& Son, J. F: ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. TO THE CUSTOMERS OFTHE Uwmrn&tmmm&i miMBwmmmmm Best for Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis to neglect liver trouble. Never do it. Take Dr. King's New Life Pills on the first sign of constipation, biliousness or Inactive bowels and prevent virulent indigestion, jaundice or gall stones. They regulate liver, stomaclj and bow? els and build up your health. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m TOO MUCH LOVE rich-foo- d Too much love, for fun, frolic and causes stomach, liver, kidney anct neryous troubles. Other remedies help" you but, DENN'S SURE, SAFET AN& SPEEPY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the vabove troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was cured in one week. To prove our remedy, while they last, regular sis bottles only 25c at -- 5? Why need any one suffer from any throat or nose trouble when soothing healing HYOMEI is guaranteed to banish all misery or money back. On account of dull business af this "The undersigned herewith recom dull season of the year and high rent pf rnends HYQMEI to all who are afflicted present location, I will move my shop with asthma, cafarrh, or bronchitis. to my house on East Water Street,half HYOMEI was psed jiy my wife for block Eas; of Lexington St. All orders bronchitis and asthma and used it for called'ior and delivered, phone 340, bronchitis anjl sore throat. Wgr, W. It has given relief and permanent results and I write these few lines for the benefit of all who are afflicted with the I have just opened up a new, clean ailments named above." Theodore Boeh jan Traffic Manager of the Concordia Publishjng House, Cor. Jefferson Ave. on Lexington street next to the post ,nd Miami St. Concordia, . Kas. Jan. office and will be glad to have my 2nd, 1911.. g. E. McRoberfs & Son and jjruggest everywhere sell Hyomei. A friends to cajl and see me. Clean complete outfit including inhaler costs Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention $1.00. Extra'bottles if needed 0. cents, Dry Cleaning Co, Lancaster Take San ta Claus' advice and put your money where it will do you the most good. There are no better facilities than those of? feietf by the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. A. financial stapdingof un questioned integrity, liberal and just dealings with deposit tors has made it popular. The best Xmas gift for yourself ci others is an account opened. k. Faulkner, Barber Shop Sfprmfis Prug Store.. Just breathe ft, . " JOHN DUNCAN, " The Garrard Barik&Trust Company. y J - &l "v y- - V -- -- 1 -- , . .- - Gas- . l ?i- Vi-ii-C- ? vJJv- - I f r 3 FOn BBfc.3W YOU BUY b I .HH IIS If Our Beautiful Line of Carpets and Druggets i 9x12 Axminister Druggets in Choicest and Newest Pattern i $20.00. The Carpet Store of Lancaster, Ky. 9x12 Smith Tapestry Brussels Druggets in good new patterns $12.50. 7 The Joseph Mercantile Co. ooooooooo i Madison Located on Third Street ToTd&cco ooee Co.- Gossip About Oplc NNV Mr. and Mrs. John Boner of Camp Nelson were recent guests of Miss Callie Adams. Mrs. George M. Patterson is at home from the Spitzler Sanitorium for a stay of two weeks. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. For Rent. Your Account "Warehouse INCORPORATED L. & A. Depot. Richmond, Ky. We qualified to serve our customers. that with that satisfaction to our customers last season and feel season's experience, vc are better prepared and Experienced men in all departments. We will get you the highest market price for your tobacco. t V Free accommodation for teams. Free Insurance. Light. Courteous Treatment A square deal to all. Splendid DIRECTORS. Elzie C. Million, T. J. Curtis, Marion Coy, 000C0& WJWiftW a Elmer Deatherage, C. H. Vaugfat, Thos. J. Smitli. iiiariMiraiiiEiBirai-tigUM- (MulMfrMhlilMlMig: CxQ to the WJify FOR x, 1 H53 W Qtfi I V jjF, && rSP 1 & n 'i COA Each the best in its Class. i tBEEamaaan 8 1 "Straight Creek," '"Bennett Block" and "Hermatige Cannel." i H. V. BASTIN. I I I lmMfMMM!mM WmMj&Jm WmimWSm Bring1 Your Tobacco I , T 0 LlfiOjiSTER v TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Stanford- - Street, Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales, No Commission to Pay Telephone 186. -jWe-buy. ,Z-iir-- yonr Tobaceo at Highest .Market Price and .lrtii , ... ...' 'J :'' :nrudad'the same dav. v riv". ':. . .;. i? . . - . f:Ev--9H5- Lv-- "... Bee Lick Ky. Nov. 11. 1911. Mrs. B. F. Walter was hostess for a Mr. J. J. Pursley (Dakota Jack) Miss Virginia Bourne has been in sumptuous course dinner at her home Lancaster, Ky., Dear Sir For the Stanford visiting her sister Mrs. Mrs. in Hill Court. The following guests benefit of people suffering with Stom-ach- e enjoyed Mrs. Walters hospitality Dr. W. K. Warner. trouble and Rheumatism. Please J. S. Gilbert and Mrs. Gilbert and Jesse Hendron of Cumberland Gap Misses Allene Bourne and Allie Yantis. have the-- following letter published. As I sure know the tortures of stom-ach- e Tenn, is at home to spend the holidays trouble and Rheumatism myself. Miss Kathleen Walter entertained at 'with his parents. If I can be of any help to others I will Miss Nancy Goodloe of Springfield is "Five Hundred" Thursday afternoon be only too glad to do so. I have been with her pareuts Mr. and Mrsr W. 0. for the attractive young bride Mrs. troubled with Stomach troubles and Carlton Elkin Christmas decorations Goodloe for a visit. were in profusion and together with Rheumatism for a number of years and Mb. J. S. Bowman of Lewis county the inviting repast was heartily en- no one knows the tortures until they is here for a stay with Mr. and Mrs. joyed. have them. I tried all the remedies I could hear of and physicians treated W. G. Anderson, The following item from the Carroll- - me all to no avail. As a person natMiss Cora Perkins of Hamilton Col- ton News is interesting to readers of urally will I had lost all confidence in lege Lexington is at home for the the "Record" Miss Georgia Dunn State medicine. A friend told me a man in holidays with her mother. Superintendent of Christian Endeavor Lancaster cured,him and would cure Prison Work was n Carrollton and me. He says his name is Dakota Jack. Miss Abbie Taylor of Washington D. made a most interesting talk and I wrote him and he sent me a 45 days C, is here to spend the holidays with through her efforts Kentucky now leads treatment of Pursley's Indian Herbs. Rev. and Mrs. C. C. Brown. in this work. I taken them according to .directions GeorgeMisses Josephine Wayts of and saw they done me good. I taken town and Ethel Cornelison of Richmond Zemo Makes Astonishing two treatments and they cured me and Eczema Cures. are guests of Miss Lillian Cochran. will cure you. I have tried many other No. 1. remedies and all proved failures. As a "WE PROVE IT.'.' Mrs. James A. Dudderar gave an elday ZEMO gives relief and friend to sufferers of stomache troubles Every aborate course dinner Wednesday at and Rheumatism try Pursley's Indian her country home to a number of rela- cures men, women and children in every city and town in America, whose Herbs. (Signed) M. H. Barnes. tives. Pursley's Indian Herbs are for sale skins are on fire with torturing EClit- ZEMA rashes and other itching, burn in Garrard Co by the following people, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes and tle daughter Margaret Elkin of Louis- ing, scaly, and crusted skin and scalp J. J. Pursley Lancaster, Ky, J. E. Stormes .(Druggist) Lancaster, Ky., ville are here for the Christmas holi- humors. and by Henry Kuhlman & Son Lowell days. ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) Ky, Pursley's Indian Herbs a 45 days Mrs. T. B. Walker and son Thomas SOAP, two refined preparations wiil treatment for $1.00 at any of the above Walker have returned from a visit to give you such quick relief that you will places. Mr. Wm. Steel of Nicholas feel like a new person. We give you three reasons why we ville. Origin of Bedlam. recommend and endorse ZEMO and Bedlam is a name derived from M.iss Lucy Walker Doty who has ZEMO SOAP for all skin and scalp erBethlehem hospital in London, which been in Danville taking a course at uptions. was used as early as the first years Miss Dove Harris Business College is 1st. They are clean, scientitic prep- of the Sixteenth "century for the recepat home. arations that give universal- satisfac- tion of distracted persons, had very Mr. and Mrs. Shirley B. Elkin ' left tion and are pleasant and agreeable to limited resources, and frequently discharged patients who were not yet Tuesnay for a holiday visit to-- Mrs. use at all times. cured. 2nd. They are not experiments, but Elkins mother in Elm Grove a suburb are proven cures for every form of skin of Wheeling W. Va, Easy To Get Rid Of Dandruff. or scalp affections whether on infants Mr. and Mrs. Henry McMakin of or grown persons. Dandruff means that down near the Shelbyville are visiting friends and 3rd. They work on a new .principle. roots of your hair there is a vast army relatives here. Mrs. McMakin was Miss They do not glaze over the surface, but of little invisible germs or microbes. Katherine Arnold before her marriage they penetrate to the seat of the trouAnd this army never sleeps; it wages and she is very popular here. ble and draw the gei;m life from undera war of destruction night and day It Major W. H, Collier came Sunday neath the. skin and destroy it. In this destroys the nourishment that the hair for a two days stay with his sisters way a complete cure is effected in any must have in order to grow vigorously jfrs. R. L. Elkin and Mrs. J. E. case of SKIN OR SCALP. ERUPITIQN and abundantly. Major Collier holds a splendid Endorsed and sold in Lancaster by PARISIAN SAGE now sold all over position in the revenue service and his the McRoberts '& Son Drug Store, American will destroy the.e germs and duties cause him to travel all oyer the at the same time furnish the hair roots north and west. He came direct home Notice Of Di$$flsti. with just the proper nourishment to from Michigan. By the written consent of all of the make hair, grow lustrons and luxuriant. The following jformed a pleasant stockholders of the Camp Nelson LumPARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed by ff house party at the home of Misses ber Company, a corporation, the said R. E. McRoberts & Son to banish Allie and Stella. Hendren Misses Nancy coryoration will be dissolved. All parties, stop falling hair and itching scalp Long Kirksville. Misses Loula and having claims against same will present or money back. It-i- a delightful hair Stella McWhorter of Paint Lick, Liz, them to the undersigned for payment dressing that wins instant favor with zie Bettis of this place, Collier Thomas and all persons being.indebted' to said refineU. women. Sold for only 50 tents Middlesboro and Frank .Wheeler 01 corporation are notified to settle. a large bottle by R. E. McRoberts and T ' Mamnmal TTwtir4Pnmln druggists everywhere. Girl with ..Au.. Dec. .218.1911. ., , .: iinnfioWTwo-.- -i burn hair on every carton and bottle.. Holman C. Glass, "Pjs. E. W. Harris. J " and-Mr- s. Hob-jrso- n. dan-dras - Eight room honse, suitable for a A Brief Mention of the Comings and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Porter of Stanboarding house. Mrs H. B. Sweeney. Goings by Those Wi Are interested in. ford were with Mrs. Charles Grimes Bryantsville, Ky. and daughter Monday. The Central Kentucky Tobacco! Mr. and Mrs. Dock Hendron of DanHorace Walker of Louisville is here Warehouse gets high prices for tobacville have been recent guests of Mr. for the holidays. co at close of business, December 21st, and Mrs. Thomas Hendron. 1911. C. B. Bastin of Hustonsville is at The following are a few average Mrs. W. S. Embry entertained at a home for theholidays. crops from Garrard county. W. R. Cook is in Atlanta buying up well appointed course dinner in honor of the recent bride Mrs. Carlton Elkin. Melvin Dean, Pink, Ky. a lot of first class mules. 835 Lbs. at $13. 75 114.81 Mrs. M. K. Kirby and sisters Misses Mrs. Crit Eubanks of , Stanford is 585 Lbs. at 18.50 $108.23 Kate and Lillian Kinnaird are visiting visiting Mrs. Bell Perkins. $77.00 relarives in Middlesboro and Barbour-vill- 385 Lbs. at 20.00 Miss Helen Patterson is at home 445 Lbs. at 20.00 $89.00 from Williamsburg Institute. 330 Lbs. at'17.00 $5G.10 Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hunley Dr. and 120 Lbs. at 4.30 5.16 Miss May Mcgee of Danville is the Mrs. J. L. Slavin of Danville motored 125 Lbs at 10.00 $12.50 guest of Miss Mamie Bastin. to Lancaster and were guests of Mr Mrs. R. H. Batson left this week and Mrs. Thomas R. Slavin. 2825 $462.80 for a stay in Martinsville Ind. Average $16.38 Miss Annie" Belle Burnside who is in Miss Bessie Riffe of Hustonville was Pruitt & Brooks school in Birmingham is here with Ker the guest of Miss Allie Yantis. 1G5 Lbs. at $16.75 $27.64 niece Miss Annie Katharine Arnold for 170 Lbs. at 20.00 $34.00 Miss Jennie Pearson of Louisville is a visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Burnside. 95 Lbs. at 13.00 $12.35 the guest of Miss Elizabeth Grimes. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts entertained at 85 Lbs. at 15.00 $12.75 Mrs. Elizabeth Dillon of Stanford, a 6 o'clock dinner Sunday evening in 155 Lbs. at 18.75 $29.06 has been visiting Lancaster friends. honor of Carlton Elkin and bride (nee) 670 $115.80 Miss Ida Potts is at home from Cin- Miss Wright of Liberty. The repast Average $17.28 cinnati with her sister Mrs. Davis was served in tempting courses. Lancaster, Ky. Jeptha Onstatt, Prather. The Misses Mount gave a reception Average $15.19 J. Herbert Kinnaird of Stanford Wednesday afternoon the honor guest Everett Duncan, Bourne, Ky. Averspent Sunday with his aunts the Misses being Mrs. Carlton Elkin. The hours age $14.33. were from 2 to 4 the home was tastily Kinnairds. decorated with Christmas holly and A Letter To Dakota Jack. Samuel Harris of Louisville is the most delicious refreshments served. . guest of his parents Judge and Mrs. Il-29-- 4t S DUE Come in and Settle. e. pi e NEED The Money. f We need it NOW not next week or next month, but NOW. J. R. " MOUNT, SON & CO. DAVE, the RED STAR COAL Man will the balance of December, I at $3.00 per square for cash Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. & v:: O. H. Z. T. Chenault, Pres. Sellers, V-Pr- es. Dan W. Scott, Mgr. s. R. L, Baker, Sec-Trea- The Central Ky. Tobacco Incorporated. Both Phones 964. LEXINGTON, KY. End of Bolivar, South Upper to Limestone. WAREHOUSE CO. The Best Place to Sell Your Tobacco. Cars Loaded Wagons. Private R. R. Switch under shelter. loaded Promptly. Open Day and Night. We have the Largest and Best Equipped Warehouse in the State. Stable Room for 300 head of horses. Shelter for 150 Un- B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, "Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1883. t?fe Citizens" CAPITAL; $50,000. W. O. Rignby, National Bank KXi. "" OF LANCASTER, SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. r. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker.T: Jtf Arnold,. Alx Gftbi Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. - -- 12-29-- ft & A '."3-"' v. v, rJZf 'T' Wt, -- c 3S) ST : '-- i?'tf-r- ' 5 a- - t : V AA- -t r JJHl QOTHES )ERyor PAY EXPRESsJ MERCURY Br FROM US. AND .jrXLJLJHl Levy's Special Suits for Men Our stocks are so larpe that you have every stylo and pattern, and sizo, 'and uhape from which to select: and we make buying BY'lCAIIi, just as easy and' satisfactory as you can do : it in the sjtore. Vo have Bptcial thing's that you can get NOWHERE ELSE, such as We Handle None Jft' iwvwu. But ike Best; Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle" Illustrations By at Levy's Special Boys Suits with 2 pairs of Pants and all the Leading Lines of RJY WALTERS (Copyright. i IMP, br Bobbs-Marri- Co.) tion and designing, and" he's been with name "will be fit to Join with ours and big foreign firms," Bailey resumed, so In a fashion preserve it here? Will waiting. "He'd be useful around; you wait until such a one is found after fj. r yyuat uJ i cam ue tjyerjrwiiere. YtTl i. ub (J uu and ., yon &m mQ tQ find h,m? Qr us n racing would help a whole wlu yoa t00 follow Eelflsh ld,e fan. for lot It's very well to make a fine' cIeg of your own?.. standard car, but it needs advertising! ..No, m,,to na,a .., ho keep people remembering. And, woulfl not do that, i will try 'to help." men like to say 'my machine is tho( 'You will take up the work the men same as estrange won me cup race of your name refuse, you will provide with.' They like it." a substitute forthem?" "I don't know," said Mr. Ffrench Her earnestness sprang to meet his slowly, "that it is dignified for the strength of will, she leaned nearer In manager of the Mercury factory to her enthusiasm of be a racing driver." scarcely understood. "The Christine cars are driven by "I will find a substitute or accept the son of the man who makes them," yours. I, Indeed I will try not to fall." was the response. "Some drive their It was characteristic that he offered own." neither praise nor caress. "The son of the man who makes "You have relieved my mind," said them," repeated the other. He turned Ethan Ffrench, and turned his face his face still more to the quivering once more to the fire. fife, his always severe expression . COISTIISUED hardening strangely and bitterly. "The 1 1 ,' , MALARIA headache, biliousness, in- digestion, rheumatism. J ? I pimples, blotches, yellow complexion, etc, are all signs of poisons in your These poisons blood. .should be driven out, or serious illness may result To get rid of them, use Thedfoifs Black-Draug- ht SYNOPSIS. son" FURNISHINGS HATS AND SHOES. We issue a largo Mention this paper and write send free on request. illustrated catalog:, which wo WE ALSO SEND SAMPLES FREE. U3 fully for anything you want in our lino, and you'll get a prompt and satisfactory answer. And if anything you buy here is not exactly what you want it may be returned and your aLOiTErx will bo immediately IiEJFUMDED. Railroad- Fares Refunded at Certain Times. Members Retail Merchants Association. A House Established 50 Years Ago. The Largest in Its One. . - CHAPTER I. Thfi ntnrv nnano T Island near New York City, where Miss Emily Ffrench. a relative of Ethan Ffrench, manufacturer of the celebrated Mercury" automobile, loses her way. The car has stopped and her cousin Dick t re rich is too muddled with drink to direct it aright. They meet another car which is run by a professional racer named Lestrange. The latter Axes up the Ffrench car and directs Miss Ffrench now to proceed homeward, but seeing that her cousin is in no accompany her, forcibly condition toDick detains Ffrench, for which the young lady is thankful. CHAPTER II. i The Bright Spot Third and Market. It was a business consultation that was being held in Mr. Ffrench's flrelit library, in spite of the presence of a tea table and the young girl behind it. A consultation between the two partners who composed the Mercury Au- -' tomoblle company, of whom the lesser KY. For Sale: surrey M. Aldridge Good G. IIIIBHSIII family mare Aldridge, call and Joe at Markfibury, Ky, Notice. There will be a meeting of the share" holders of The Garrard Bank & Trust Co., Lancaster, Ky., at it's banking i house on Tuesday, January the 9th, for the purpose of electing directors to serve the ensuing year. 5 3t J. W. Elmore, Cashier. 1912 12-1- j T'rfr rii Notice. i An Innovation ii? Oil Heaters There will be a meeting of the share holders of The Citizens National Bank, Lancaster, Ky., at its banking house on Tuesday January ninth, 1912 for the purpose of electing directors to serve the ensuing year. 12-8-- 3t The Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater, with its drums enameled in turquoise, is an ornament to any room, whether in the country or city home. No home is quite complete without a Perfection Oil Heater. It is a necessity in the fall and spring, when it is too warm to start the regular heating apparatus, and too cool to be without heat In the midst of winter it is often convenient as an auxiliary heater, as there are always some cold corners in a house. 'Hie enameled heater always presents a nice appearance, as the enamel, will not tarnish or bum off. It is not an "enamel paint," but it is the same as the enamel of your cooking utensils. The Perfection is the most reliable and convenient portable heating flame spreader prevents device you can find. An automatically-lockin- g turning the wick high enough to smoke. W. F. Champ, Cashier. Notice. There will be a meetieg of the share holders of The National Bank, Lancaster, Ky. , at its banking house on Tuesday, January the ninth "1912 for the purpose of electing director s to serve the ensuing year. S. C. ,Denny, Cashier. 12-8-- 3t MirM J A9 BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. P it 363-- S 374-- S Perfection Smokeless A Deafen everywhere. Alt yours to ihow rou the Perfection Heater enameled ; or write lor descriptive circular to any agency of Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) Telephones 357 H G. A. Ballard 397 Miss Fannie Bishop 165 F. G. Hurt 339-- J J. Q. Mahan Installed Since Residence 2 M below Lowell on It. R Residence Crab Orchard St, Residence Water St, . Residence 3 M Richmond pike. ". . . . Residence G M Lexington pike. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. May 1st, 191 1. J. W. Mahan G. A. Morgan Misses Moss & Lay Dr. R. L. Pontius James Rankin T. C. Rankin Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. Want It All for Themselves. k 186 365 383-- U 384-- A Dressmaking. Vetinary Surgeon. There are men who love liberty so much that they not only grow selfish but actually do get excited when some one else dares to suggest that others should be allowed the right to enjoy the use of some of 1L Residence Bright's Bend. Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. 213 Turner & Carpenter Grocery Campbell St. 381 Miss Margaret Zanone Residence Crab Orchard St. Paste this in your telephone book. ' . Zulu Wedding Ring. The Zulu woman wears, her wedding ring in ner nose. A double purpose is The Bastin Telephone Co. Incorporated. Lancaster, Ky discourages promiscuous kissing and she is in little danger of losingtacr ring; in fact, she always thus served It nose where it is. KEEPING APPLES. Many a reader of these notes will have un abundance of fall apples and would like to keep some .of them as long as possible. In brief, there are two ways in which this may be done. One Is to barrel carefully and place In cold storage, takiug apples. out as they are needed. Duder such conditions we have seen Wealthy apples taken out April 1 crisp and sweet and in tine condition. Another way is to pick the fruit to be kept carefully, so as not to bruise, and wrap each apple nicely and pack in a bos or barrel and place In the coolest part of the cellar. After the cold weather; comes on the fruit mjy be. moved to uu upstairs bedroom, where the temperature will be lower than' in the cellar. In the case of, apples to be kept In either cold Finer, Coal, Salt, Shingles t I J We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection Flour, Raymond City Coal, aU coal, no clinkers 'Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. "The Journey will Be Short Now." was speaking with a certain anecdotal weight. "And he aald he was losing too much time on the turns; so the nest round he took the bend at 72 miles an hour. He went over, of course. The third car we've lost this year; I'm glad the season's closed." Emily Ffrench gave an exclamation, her velvet eyes widening behind their black lashes. "But the driver! Was the poor driver hurt, Mr. Bailey?" "He wasn't killed', Miss Emily," answered Bailey, with a tinge of pensive regret. He was a large, ruddy, white-haire- d man, with the slow and careful habit of. speech sometimes found much with massive In those who-llv- e machinery. "No, he wasn't killed; he's in the hospital. But he wrecked as good a car as ever was built, through sheer foolishness. It costs money." Mr. Ffrench responded to the indirect appeal with more than usual irritation-, his level gray eyebrows contracting. "We ought, to have better drivers. Why do you not get better men, Bailey? You wanted to go into this racing business; you said the cars needed advertising. My brother always attended to that side of the factory affairs while he lived, whh you as his manager. Now it Ib altogether in. your hands. Why do you not find a proper driver?" "Perhaps my hands are not used to holding so much," mused Bailey "A man might be a good manager, maybe, and weak as a part ner. It isn't the same job. But a s driver isn't easy to get, Mr. ,Ffrench. There'sDelmar killed, and , George tied up wfth another company, ana uonan reurea, an mis lasi season; 'and we don't want a foreigner. There's only one man I like " "Well, get him. Pay him enough." Bailey hunched himself together together and" crossed his legs. "Yes, sir. He's beaten our cars and others every race lately, with poorer machines, just by sheer pretty driving. He drives fast, yet he don't knock out his car. But there's a lot after him there's just one way we could get him, and get him for keeps." "And that?" i "He's ambitious. He wants to get into something more solid than racing. If we offered to make him manager, he'd come and put some new Ideas, maybe, into the factory, and race our cars wherever we chose to enter them. I know him pretty well." The proposition was advanced tentatively, with the hesitation of one ven- first-clasI I ! The girl rose to draw the crimson curtains before the windows and to push an electric switch, filling the room with a subdued glow in place of the late afternoon grayness. Her delicate face, as she regarded her uncle, revealed most strongly its characterisand a sensitive tic reflection of the moods of those around her. Emily Ffrench's childhood had been passed in a Canadian convent, and something of its mysticism clung about her. As the cheerful change she had wrought flashed over the room, Mr. Ffrench held out his hand in a gesture of summons, so that she came across to Bit on the broad arm of bis chair during the rest of the conference, her soft gaze resting on the third member. "My adopted son and nephew having no such talents, we must do the best we can," Mr. French stated, with his most precise coldness. "Being well born and well bred, he has no taste for a mechanic's labor or for circus performances with automobiles in public. Who is your man, Bailey?" "Lestrange, sir. You must have heard of him often." "I never read racing news." "I read ours," said Bailey darkly. "We've been licked often enough by him. And he's straight he's one of the few men who'll stop at the grandstand and lose time reporting a smash-u- p and sending help around. Every man on the track likes Darling Lestrange." "Likes whom?" Bailey flushed brick-red- . "I didn't mean to call him that. He signs himself D. Lestrange, and some of them, started reading it Darling, joking because he was such a favorite and because they liked hira anyhow. It's just a nickname." Emily laughed out involuntarily, surprised. "I beg pardon," she at once apologized, "but it sounded so frivolous." "If you try this man, you had better keep that nickname out of the factory.!' Mr. Ffrench advised stiffly. "What respect could the workmen feel for a manager with such a title? If over-earnestne- ss Chicago Loses Again. Investigation discloses that Boston women have the biggest feet. Which leaves Chicago nothing to boast of now but the stockyards. New York Herald. Her Kind. woman went Into a hardware store in Atchison, the Globe says, and asked to be shown a "harmless revolver" as a protection against burglars. She had asited her husband what kind of a revolver to buy. anu be had recommended a 'hammerlcss." A the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. J. H. Easier, of Spartanburg, S. C, says: " I had sick headache, for years. I felt bad most of the time, I tried Thed-for- d't v STUDEBAKER WAGONS. i i J GLASS and SAUNDERS 1 CAMP NELSON, KY. We want 50 tons of Timothy Hay. We are prepared to clean Seed Wheat at 5c per bushel. Clean it the same Hay you bring it. gf SI 'Tif storage or cellar it has beeriv. found that the fruit that is fnll ripe and has a maximum amount of sugar devel oped will keep the longest. A GOOD We W"riteAny Kind of W-1 INS '! U ,:Of fi ce RANGE at N a t i o n al Ba n k . r rvs-5- &?3.J T, c p'Ti , BAZLEV ??.if - & Pbene or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster. Ky. COL,MER .h- - WORD FOR 8WEET CLOVER. ,A Kansas farmer who has bad sir years' experience lu growing swept clover speaks iu high praise of It as a splendid renovator of rundowu soils. In addition to this, be finds its roots, penetrating to a great depth, do" much to loosen bardpansubsoils. As a pas- j ture he says it will give- - best results ! when kept closely cropped, the stock j disliking it when It" gets tougli and He believes thatjt does not i woody. 'pay to grow sweet clover on sqMb where alfalfa will do well! but believes It will improve ajruhdpwirsoil so that (.LV VSr& "H UmtrUhct Meter Centtructlon and,DeatjHiltg.H n iiwim K. irwi-i- ' - WJU,U.iU u. , tiv . -i. 1 ''. uhknowB places. But Etkaa ffrench. said, otatag:, Ms gray eye' taedCpii :tb Wrth. , taring-i- He';iMritafAi potorcomatruc-- 1 THE TAILENDERS. Irrigation systems, nfce clouds. 25 cent packages. sometimes go back on the folks who are dependent ou them fur moisture. fnsist on Thedford's From one who has receutly visited Grand Junction. Colo., we learn that many ranch owners who are dependent for their water supply on private irrigation enterprise have the past season been left budly in the lurch John White & Co. and compelled to pay S40 per acre for LOUISVILLE, KY water which they had contracted at Established 183: 52, this growing out of the fact that Kihcstnarkjt price pa there was not enough water to go around. Naturally the matter has got and HIDES. into the courts, and the supreme court of the state has ruled that In a case b t, commissi: where there is not enough water to tem those supply all patrons of a furnished who first bought and with water have the prior right and can compel service up to the limit of the amount which their contracts call' wlLtoL3TsB 111 kl ed for. This Is mighty tough on those who have paid their good, hard cash for land at inflated prices on the supposition that they were to get water and who W seasons of a short supply might as well be in the midst of the Sahara desert. In view of this situation simple justice would seem to require that those who promoted such irrigation schemes and willfully took on more patrons than the system could supply should be held responsible for -- t?iH. getting money uuder false pretenses. 931 km1 iTT The prospective buyer of western zru ? J?S ranch proi usitions should beware of 1 T7e tell youhcrcv, and paybsstmarVet XM buying land on the tail eud of overprices. 7e are dealers; established Jm loaded private irrigation enterprises. ) in Iz'm; snU can do BSTTSR. for yoa H possible, you would do well to pre- This warning has been given In these th?a ajpnts or commission rner- - Hj 1 chztis. Inferences any bant in Lou- vent them from recognizing him as notes before, but it Is worth repeating; H isville. Write for weekly price list. i the racing driver." H. &.SABEL d. SONS 3i Bailey, who had risen at the chime 33 E. Battel SL LO'JIStlUE. KT. WHO PAYS THE FIDDLER? 43 Dealers in FUSa, HIDES, WOOL. of a clock, halted amazed. iSUO.000.-00- 0 There Is little question that "Respect for him!" he echoed. "Not would hardly cover the loss recognize him! Why, there isn't a which egg producers the country over man on the place who wouldn't give sustain yearly through the careless his ears to be seen on the same side marketing of rotten, stale, cracked or of the street with Lestrange, let alone dirty eggs. Doubtless tho?e who mar- Fruit to work under him. They do read the ket this kind of trash have the Idea racing news. That part of It will be that they "come one" on the retail all right, if I can have him." denier when they load him up with "If it is necesary " eggs of questionable reputation, but "I think it is, sir." the fact ot the matter .Is that, while Emily moved slightly, pushing back the first biyer seems to bear the burcurls under the rib- den on the face of the transaction, the her yellow-browbon that banded them. On a sudd-?loss Is really borne by egg producers impulse her uncle looked up at her. as a class who are compelled to take Everything for Orchard, Lawn and "What is your opinion?" he enough less for their really good fresh "If Dick had been listening J eggs to cover the loss which the mid- - Garden Our prices may interestyou should have asked his, and I fancy dlemen sustain on rots and spots. And. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. yours is fully as valuable. Come, shall as in a goou many similar instances, we have this racing manager?" the innocent suffer with the guilty unAstonished, she looked from her less they are so situated that they H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. uncle to the other man. And per- can find a special market for their haps it was the real anxiety and sus- guaranteed eggs, as many do. As Lexington, Kentucky. pense of Bailey's expression that drew showing what the loss iu these stale her quick reply. and addled eggs amounts to may be "Let us, uncle. Since we need him, cited a record that was kept of ir&.JWo let us have him." coses of eggs that were shipped to "Very well," said Mr. Ffrench. "You New York city from several states hear, Bailey." last year. It was found that of this The undersigned hereby give warnThere was a long silence after the enormous amount 35 per cent, or 8 junior partner's withdrawal. cases, were either rotten, cracked, ing to all persons not to transpass upon "Come where I can see you, Em- stale or dirty. There should be some- our lands for any purpose whatever as ily," her uncle finally demanded. "I thing in these figures to make ben we will prosecute all offenders to fulliked your decided answer a few mo- men think. lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and ments ago; you can reason. How long my Fishermen especially take notice. have yQU been a daughter in A SAFE INVESTMENT. house?" References have been made in these Jno M Farra Sqnire R Parsons "Six years," she responded, obedi- notes on several occasions to the op Ed & N B Price moving to a low chair opposite, portunity those with a land hunger W S Ferguson ently W A Price "i was fifteen when you took me from lmri nf fotMn fTiinrt IfinH nf n run v r tieiTing S L Rich W S Embry the convent to make me very, very reasonable price in the cut oven, piue Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin happy, dear." districts of northern Michigan. Wis"I sent for you when I sent for Dick, consin and Minnesota. It is true that Dave Thompson J W Sweeney and for the same reason.' I have tried a good deal of this land Is thin and Z T Rice J as Sutton three times to rear one of my name to poor for agricultural and horticultural Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels fitness to bear it, and each one has purposes, yet there Is a very large area D B Anderson H C.Arnold failed except you. I wish you were a in which the soil is good and where W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, man. Emily: there is work for a the clovers and vetches, small grain G Y Conn L H Brown Ffrench to do." and vegetables will grow luxuriantly J G Conn "When you say that, I wish I were, and where prosperity will come to T W Conn Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. But I'm not, I'm not" She flung out those who will till the soil intelligent- J G Clark Dr. W Burnett gesture ly and persistently. A friend who is Mrs Maggie Boulden her slender, round arms in a W K Leavell of helpless resignation. "I'm not even a good deal of a rustler recently C G Gay woman who might do bought 1X00 acres of this land for $15 E Dunn a strong-mindeJohn Boian instead. Uncle Ethan, may I ask It an acre, and he is now engaged in E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath was Mr. Bailey who made me think having the stumps pulled preparatory Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan my cousin whom I ngver saw, will he to putting In crops. The proposition T. M. Arnold, Jr. J. W. Simpson never come home?" seems to be absolutely safe, as this S. C. Henderson. J. H. Posey. He voice faltered on the last words, land when cleared is just ns sure to Walker Bradshaw. B. L. Kelley. frightened at her own daring. But her advance in price to $75 and $100 per Bradshaw. R. L. Burton. acre in a few years ns the sun shines. T. W. uncle answered" evenly, if coldly: "Never." "He offended you so?" "His whole life was an offense School, college, at home, in each he he left went wrong. At twenty-on-e me and married a woman from the vaudeville stage. It is not of him you are to think, Emily, but of a subOF IjNCASTER. stitute for him. For that I designpd Dick; once I hoped you would marry Capital him and sober his Idleness." "Please, no," she. refused gently. "J am fond of Dick, but please, no." A. R. DENNY, President. "I am not asking it of you. He is J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. well enough, a good boy, not over-wisS. C. DENNY, Cashier: bat not what is needed here. r. again; I am not. fortunate. R- - T. Embry, Failed, J. F. Robinson, Ass't,Cashier. There is lef t.oaly yo "Me?" Her startled dark eyes and. his deSafety Deposit Boxes For termined gray ones met, and bo remained. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. r husband. Are you going to marry a man who caiTtake Saraual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. y: place in this business, in the fac- Stprmes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott Directors. tojry aad the moflel.ViUagQ my brother I "built aowadUi a awt.wtoaj and now I feel better than when I was 16 years old." Your druggist sells it, in Black-Draug- ht, ViTi31r I I sgSzM MONEY m Tn. ra W m9m u B j 227-23-- and Shade Trees y Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. n ques-tipne- d. POSTED 00.-04- t J d . 1 -- THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. V e, Book-Keepe- Rent -- .and-you- .ai ?&$: "V . "f, V..jJT ,7 -.. 7 - r i "' ",.- - 4. " s ft. 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