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"5f -" I ' Hsfljft: B v Our Be dutiful Line "..-- Carpets and Druggets a 1 f 9x12 Administer Druggefe in Choicest and Newest , -- 9x12 Smith Tapestry Brussels Druggets in Patterns $20.00. good new patterns $12.50. The Carpet Store of Lancaster, Ky. :v r i. s The Joseph Mercantile Co. OOOOOO0 l r Tv irJOOOOOOPQOOOC s Madison Tobacco Gossip About People NNN M Miss Sophroniti Fox is visiting friends near Covington.j i f" ; '" " YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, Judge Homer W. Batson has been in Lancaster visiting. f Warehouse INCORPORATED CoD A Brief Mention of the Coinings and Goings, by Those Wt Are Interested In. Mrs. Carrie Davidson is visiting Mrs. We handle everything in fruit and Z. T. Ricfe of Richmond. vegetables'. Davidson & Doty. Mr. JoKnRouSof Stanford was with Call 181, when you need anything in Mrs. D. M. Lacley Monday. the Grocery or Meat line. 2t. Your Aecomt Located on Third Street ttr- - L a.; & A. Depot Richmond, Ky. 1 sausiacnun our y that with gave season's experience, that tve aij? iu . j i i. vuswiiicni iuijl seusuu aimi r ieei we are better prepared and qualified to serve our customers. Experienced men in all departments. We will get you the highest market price for your tobacco. " """"" Light. 1 Free accommodation for teams. Free Insurance. Courteous Treatment. A square deal to all. Splendid T&- - :f.- H - DIRECTORS. !Elzie C. Mmibn, T. J. Curtis, Marion Coy, Elmer Deatherage, C. H. Vaught, Thbs. J. Smith. h Jf K. - lfcw I IIL I" 1 fiWoirgiMlEiiirfTa'afiffl. MiMfiBinrmMrH GO TO CHE Creamery - FOR - I St .J1L By the written consent of all of the stockholders of "the Qamp Nelson Lumber Company, a corporation, the said corporation will be djsyedAllpjartiesj entertained, at-a- n. Prof. Mit Elliott of Lexington was a elaborated 6 o'clock din:ner at her home naving claims against same will present them to the undersigned for payment pleasant visitor in Lancaster Tuesday. on Lexington street, anf all persons being indebted to said I Mrs. JohaM. MoaritgaVi-- :. dainty corporation are notified to settle. The Misses Warren of Stanford are dinner tiarty in honor of the ImcE Deci 21sl9Hr-Tguests of their aunt Miss Jennie DunW Mrs. Carlton Elkin. can. Holman CTtaagt. ' Mrs. James A. Beazley gave a six wjp vMr. Robert and Cabel Arnold of Rich mond were the gueslas't week of Allen o'clock dinner in honor o'f Mrs. Howard Hoeing of Milwaukee. . Johnson. 12-29-- 4t i Miss Minnie Gulley was in Richmond Mr. Stephen Walker Sr., is in the days visit to Telatives. for several hospital at Lebanon for a surgical op.' Mr. Jim Stapp of Lexington) was a eration." g, visitor here Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. JEI.'D. Arfipld has 'returned o Miss Ruth Ray was hostess to a few Paris" after a visit to her mother Mrs. of the junior set to luncheon Friday. Belle Austin. i Miss Ozzie Young of Maysville is vis-- , Miss Florence 'JDarnall has returned from spending Christmas, with her parlung Mr. ana Mrs. vv. u. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. James Coy of ICirksville ents at Maysville.? . Mrs. M. D. Hughes gave a dinner in Davidson & Doty. has honor of Mrs. Carlton Elkin. For Rent We want to rent the Mrs. Emma Kauffman is at home house we also have some Mrs. W; R. Cook and children are in from a visit to Richmond friends.. household and kitchen furniture for Louisville-visiting. Mrs. Henrv Simnson. Mrs. Mary Phillips of Lebanon is sale. Miss Bessie Prather has returneSTvisiting Miss Marguerite Kinnaird. Our meats cant be beat and are not from a visit in Richmond. Mrs. J. B. Pajcton has returned to equaled by any in town. ' Mrs Louis Landram of Danville has Stanford after a Visit to her parents. Davidson & Doty. been visiting her mother. Mr. S. C. Deniiy is improving muchj : Wanted Reliable, energetic man to Mr. Howard Hoeing of. Milwaukee to the gratification of his many friends. sell Lubricating oils, greases and paints Wis. is expected here on a visit. in Garrard and adjacent counties. SalDr. Woods OgUvie of Princeton has ary or Commission. Miss Annie Herndon has returned been with his sister, Mrs. .Horace Hern Stetson Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. home after a visit in" Louisville. don. Miss Dove Harris of Danville been a visitor here. . 5now-occup- y, is We-need -- DUE ' ' Come in and Settle. l-5-- 2t Remember we want your trade; if we once get it, we will keep it, because you will be so well pleased with our goodA that you will trade no where else Davidson & Dotv. Notice Of. Dissolution. We NEED The Money- .it NOW not next weelt: or nextmonth, but NOW. " . - OAL j .. '&1. Miss' Mayme Stapp is Miss Ruth Ray and Mrs. this week. the guest of Miss Sue Shelby. Mason, left Monday, sister .Mrs. Ray Asa J. S. Gilbert for. a visjt Haynes of .Hillsbofo Ohio. to-her Commissioner's Sale of Land. g .; If 1l t v?." : x . AAAAAAAA4rfuS2. ' s- - Ji? m-i-mi " --sr-n s tm M Straight Creek," "Bennett pe'.and "Hermatige ? Cannel." EacXthebest in its Class. 1: t'J. V. BAST IN. 4 : . Ft Miing Your TbT:aceo Mrs- - W. R. Gottnd little daughter Mrs. C. D. Powell is at home from a Garrard Circuit Court, f ot Kichmond were the guest of Henry,!1. Idle and Others. .Petitioners. visit to her sister Mrs, W. T. Short of her sister Mr. L. N. Miller last week: Richmond. On Petition. "Tersuant to a' judgment of the GarMrsrEmma Bush and Mrs. A. Howard Rice of Richmond Richmond after a rard Circuit Court, rendered in the Ind. is with her mother Mrs. H..A. B. have returned above-stylecause at .Its November " visit, to Rev. , O. K J&vrsh" and, Mrs.: Term 1911,- the undersigned commisson-e- r Marksbury. . . .. . Buslr.'' will on Misses Cecil, and Jane' Bowling 'of MONDAY, JANUARY. 22nd 1912, Hays -- and Bryantsville have beenTguests of Miss janie uuraeue.oi oianioranave neen this day. being County Court dayr be Ruth Carrier. guests of Mr. and ' Mrs. Jatnes A. tween the fours of 11 o'clock A. M, Mrs. Taylor RayneyT has been in ana-o clock noon, sell at public out Beazley. Louisville to' consult, an 'oculist in' "re- - . cry. in front of the Court House door :" -' Mr.vand-Mrs- . Ernest Rich have re- - in Lancaster, Ky.-t.the "highest ahd'i gardjtb .her eyes.' ; turned from sojourn in Louis- - pest bidder the following real property, Mfss SallieBurdett and Miss Hays of ville and were enterrnedby the bride's ThiWroperty is in Garrard County. Stanford,. Ky, spent the day with. Mrs. , Kv.. about ten mi hs frnm T.5noa. aunt ivirs. J. p noitzciaw. .. James TJeazley last week. 7, ' s? j Miss. Ella Henry entertained at, a 6 Ky., on the Buckeye and 'Lancaster turnpike road; Deginnipg at a stone Mr., and Mrs.' J- E. Dickersbn and o'clock. dinner in honpr o&tMiss' Hallie the north post of a pair of- bars in at children were recent guests of Mi and e Brown and guestr Misl Ella' Thompson S 3 W 50 poles to Mrs. John' Brown of Buckeye. of Danville. The nienu was served fn a beech tree, corner to Doleys's on the south side of a small branchj-thenc- e S Mrs. Joe Arnold and daughter Miss courses., x 704 K 82 poles to a atone, corner to Nell and grand .daughters left last Dr. R. Lr .Pontius, left Friday for. same: thence S 62ft E 80 Doles to the ? in Columbia "South Caro week drain in the Buckeye Turn- MartjnsYille Ind. where he hbpe.s to xorner-of-alina. e xs 4Z u a poles to the piKe gaiiurelief for a.severe attact of .inroad; thence of the The Mary Walker Price Chapter of flammatory rheumatism Tvith which' he center78 poles said the" center, of N 30 E'.43r to Same;-then'.' the U. D. C. will meet Mondayfter- - has been differing. . N'g9 W' 86 poles to the beginning, containing 22' acres-- rood,, and 17 noon Jan 8th. at the home of Mesdafones " The Presbytefiafi Missionary Society poles. This is the same tract of land Erisbie. met? Monday afternoon at the church.;finhe'rited by the petitioners fromVennie Mlss Garrie Boulden of tticholasville, J with Mrs. F. JP. whipn Frisbie presiding and ridle anddeorge was conyeyed to Jennie Idle by .Leavell by ' deed dated has been visjting Mis5Mayme 'Ballard delivering an instructive and": interest-- J Vftbruarv-12t1R9R ami r'annrAnA ft. . ; and Mrs. Hogan,Ballanj,at their home inn- aVM'i.at.0 nr. I'mJoo.-aTtrl- - ft, Cotfiity Clerks office in in the country; '.-- f- ueea book 13 naee 'ivi nection with Innaugration. . Xhe nurpose of this sale is to divide- . 'Miss Florence Johnson entertained- - k Misses Martha, and Helen Gill enter tne proceeds arising, froin the sale few'of her school matea-d&inj- r the tained handsomely in honor of the young-- amonJjfthe.Jo.intrQwners ofthe'real 'es-Holidays withjto oid fashion Xmas din- bride Mrs. Carlton nerein. Elkin. ..The prettyH rvnt L" . iana ner sad games.. ' , ' ine trace 01 .by- wjiu De sold as a home was .made quite attractive by Tvholeindt - the acre.' Miss Mayme, Xee Ballard was hosfes Christmas decorations. A well aiJp"bint TEKMSr-Baisalecwill be made on of six -months and."the nurchas' ed luncheon added to the enioment T!. 3 i- ?ili"bre the- guests. ing in Tionor of :hec.gue3t approved Security beating interest of Nichblasville the rate of 6 per centner annum from ,a R. E. HcIUbrts & Sit ft- - date of sale,- with a.- - hen retained- dni. , Judge Lewis Walker and Mrs.,WalkT e xne laim. to secure me payment fromer I 1 I I grand-daUght- er A . - . ( few - J' RED STAR COAL Man will sellGal-vonizedRo- of i'ik iy&mm ffrar M Misses-EmmaSSlflgh- . i - -- P: - " o ., the 'balance of December, at $3,00 per square for cash Lancaster Lumber & wig fci ,ifh - C - - 1 i jine;-thenc- k4 ' . . '''" . m roaa;-tnenc- r tt m.: 2. T. Sellers, u. V-Pr- es. n v Dan W Scott Mgr.- - ce R. L, Baker, SeoTreas. 1 -- . . . - rtfie-Garrar- Ik Central -' Ky. Tobacco ; - tate-aescriDe- d i 1 Both Phones 964. 7 Incorporated. LEXINGTON, Klfc End of Bolivar, South Upper to Limestohei WAREHOUSE CCv The Best Plfice to Sell Yonr Tobacco r " d oHa-CJed1 . v-- v it Miss-Bould- en - ;l vj r' " "t Gmnm - - - -- OBACCO ' i WAREHOUSE -- l - 'K r a. .. - s Stanford Street. .if 1 have returned Martrnsvilieinci and are receiving congratulatiohafronv.1 wsu jwijr uicuuar Mr.. and Mrs. .George- - Robinson, pfDanville and Miss Cenwrsaf. L'exlngton were recent. Eefta, of Mrs, Rebecca "" V: West and daughters'. Hudaon-.entertainfeid;- - sBiBEat.r neeBersr ;; -X No pbietioji'Sales; s wJK. I U1051UMAU JTctV mJMJWI 1. m mJ fc '. dinner lr.-- . en j. ,aay in jwnor nijae.r qw. Waller who ytm. feAVx. uvixuva flie; r&drromDenvprCol&rtheholiaAI fwB n inkier ask Jpr.compfete jHYp MEt'otitfifettch, contain n infeater, " MvGrtrude Wk;eroj. 6f Btanford Yermillib; U Danvilte TK;?vaifla-fl.rHvAit&iscl3ksila ia-iIi- ? ;j iv-ntt- MrsP handsomely, served . it m ;bHyohieialerodcan ChristmteL Utnf TTYOMRT fnmnnnniB -I--. purchase jnoneyf-sai-d hond to haye,th'e forceli and'sffect of a indff'ement iinnnl I .; j. ?j trrttr fAaMtr mAoti f!io- iYi nronf f, fjwuicif ,ejk.etuuuii .l:. jk w uiay issue ir Jiot- - puiu """"j"", .r' s S" ,of catarrh from your atmaturitv. drive every-hi- t L W W RRAWKT 'n.olvtry a jsensible nose' Master; Commissioner GarratdT Circuit remedy lhat ia. gaaranteed to banish' " Court. catarrh, or xn&pey back. If Wtt alreaHv owna little" hard. rub J." W: Harlon Atty, Jan 22" 19l2 '. T-- , oi-jn- We have the Largest'and Best Equipped Warehouse- - in ;the State. Stable Boom . for 300 head of horses. Shelter for 150 Loaded Wagons. PrivateR. R. Switch under shelter. Cars Unloaded Promptly. Open Day and Night, a wr r . ..1: 1 i y ,'.. 1 B, F4.HUDS0N, President. i J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Presfe. - ORGANIZED 2883 rT- - b,uy ' .- ttitrh'.n. ' e xjl jrpu uo not. - a bo- - i PI ' ,- ?. e - f Citiens Natioiial Ba:nS OFLACASTER?3f i? J i s - : ' CAgfTAlf, $5.o(ooa . ; - ' andJM&B Mm-tAtXe-t i -.- j:-, - T,j- l - L&r-&2Jv- .v 4 v'. W ?BlephohelS6; . J'-.- ; am lhpk vic - tht-- . r - 1. . '"-- . - v - y l!j- '- 1 mm mr, .r :7r j a. - aiw-gaiiyBroy- "' - n: . 'A3; . .ummmn Ann in ir ?S??,,9J3WFiraMMtf -.- r J '.2, 'VtLlfJT ?gK!BS35 Liiertif'wer"- . motea I v XJa wajrtwMneM-Aoffle- t ivMhis 3vUm jT 1 WetcUTOUhOTr.ftd'iiblwarVJCTi or conunllo -- -. fef&S?)2w, H aants i&S W. O. RiGNE;rAss?t T- -y JUrjTL.,V . , F. cilkmp, casnie ; WAlJCwtlJfef-xiiji- h ah'n . J. J: -. g3Maa6 ks -. Jt. .. Moulin f. limii-- . mi. iwn mmm0yiaA.mrlmii T3?v-- c -- - sHBt - a.i y9Wg? t .ji -- . .rv "Ml'??1 lzaan. .s . M :h to.aay lit"on mm "4..bbt Ki m . i ii.aABCL Ar.aflNftr. j wi--- k 'wJ ?, -- s: iJt-j- R " -- - ?r-- K3 jfciAwwi. Jl. J, J- - KpMfg!y :- - ' " t . Uf : 'HHHHHHHHMHHHHMMMHHHpF ; t fi-J1Wi-r. :!?Sfjii .r I e.,i 3SSlw ,, . aj;c'." -- .' IHBHH brdE-S- .o-w- finAmnnin 1 iaJBM'tJ The FLYING ERCURY By Eleanor M. Ingram Author of "The Game and the Candle" Illustrations By Co.) t O2O33S0&g A I iikai.AvinffTAn J W k. J i A 1 RJY WALTERS oK "thS Lflbg.TsIand.roaffj.But "R was not of a typ.o easily forgotten, and she had been awakened to a doubting recognition. Now, many little circumstances recurred to her; a strangeness In Dick's manner when the new manager was alluded to, the fact that her rescuei on that October night had been driving a racing car and had worn a racing costume; and lastly, when Bailey spoke of "Darling" Lestrange there bud flashed acioss her mind the mech anlcians ridiculous, answer to the request to afd'her chauffeur in changing a tire: "I'll do it for you. Darling." And listening to that dominant voice in the next room, she slowly grew crimson before a vision of herself in the middle of a country road, appealing tj a stranger for succor, like the heroine of a melodramatic fiction. De "And if something doe dcred. ( ;ood I 9 c-- (Copyright, 1910. by Hobba-M.rrl- SYNOPSIS. storv 0Pcns on Long t 9,nAPTER Yo,k City where Miss gmlly Mrencli. a of Ethan manufacturer celebrated Mercury" automobile, of the her wayi los.es The has ttopped and her cousin Dick ,Vd1Ied w,th drink to ii?0!1! ari-h- t. ? They meet another car 1,1 '!, Is ?'" by a Professional racer nimed Lestrangre. The latter fixes up the car and directs Miss how to proceed homeward, but Ffrench that her cousin is in no condition seeing accompany her. forcibly detains toDick wh'ch the young lady ia thaekf J-T1,-e e Ik f Clearance Of All Goods All Sections. o0!9 Ga J? JLJL r I 1 CHAPTER II. Ethan Ffrench has disinherited his son. who has disappeared, lie Is groulns old and tells Emily that hhe is the only one of the family to whom he can leave his wealth. He her plainly that he would like to have her marry Dick, who could carry on the business. Dick Is a hut irresponsible fellow. good-natured, 9 Cent i;liSSE23EyS3SS33E&'3SSeBSB3 TUji73rrsir, i Per" CHAPTER III. r This announcement will prove of intense interest to prospective home It meansthat every piece of every yard of carpet and drapery material, every rug' and picture, all wall paper in short our entire stock has been reduced in price. This store's merchandise is marked in plain figures you can tell the savings at a glance. Come expecting to obtain your needs in furniture and home furnishings at a considerable saving- - you won't be fur-nishe- rs. fur-nitu- re, Main at Broadway. -- Q.F. Brower & (Bo Lexington, Ky. $$& mmmmmmm For Sale: 1 two horse Studebaker wagon J. A. Conn, Lancaster, Ky., or J. G. Conn Wilmore Ky. Are A Woman f m J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY -- IshnVMlngiCn. i nuiQtii v Established 1837 i s- - l.cstmarJujtprlcepaid mt The : Woman's Tonic xummmk H m .ft. fcLvSJBfemg. wool'SIp KCi COMMISSION Tfc Lof..FnRs aril uincc E&$Wk3 iW&JMffiffl gss&wr - SkP$.. B, 41 ELI Telephones 357 If"'G. A. Ballard J397 Miss Fannie Bishop 165 F. G. Hurt J- - Q. Mahan 339-- J 353-- S J. W. Mahan 374-- S G. A. Morgan Installed Since May st, 9 . 1 1 1 1 ! I I Fruit and Shade Trees ' Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. Residence Crab Orchard St. Residence Water St. Residence 3 M Richmond pike. Residence 6 M Lexington pike. Residence 7 M Flat Woods. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, -- Dressmaking. 186 UlssasUosa & Lay 365 Dr. "R. L. Pontius Vetinary Surgeon. 383-. James Rankin Residence Bright's Bend. : , Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. T. C. Rankin 213 Turner & Carpenter Grocery Campbell St. 381 Miss'Margaret Zanone Residence Crab Orchard St. Paste this in your telephone book. U 38-f-- Roses, Phlox, Etc. No Agts. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you Write for free Catalogue. H.F.Hillenmeyer &.Sons. Kentucky. , . - The Bastin Telephone Co. -- Incorporated. Lancaster, Ky jT.,i i It was October when the consultation was held in the library of the Bending Over a Set of Drawings. old Ffrench house on' the Hudson; December was very near on the sunny cidedly she would never see Lemorning that Emily drove out to the strange, never let him discover Miss factory and sought Bailey in his of- Ffrench. fice. "I will go," she reiterated, rising im"I wanted to talk with you," she ex- petuously. plained, as that gentleman rose to The glass-se- t door opened with receive her. "We have known each abruptness. Other for a long time, Mr. Bailey; "I'll see Mr. Bailey," declared some ever since I came from the Sacred one. "He'll know." Hearfto live with Uncle Ethan. That Helpless, Emily stood still, and is a very long time." straightway found herself looking di"It's a matter of five or six years," rectly into Lestrange's gray eye3 as agreed the charmed Bailey, contem- he halted on the threshold. plating her with affectionate pride in It was Bai'oy who upheld the moher prettiness and grace. "You used ment, all unconsciously. to drive out here with your pony and "Come in," he invited heartily. "Miss spend many an hour looking on and asking questions. You'll excuse me, Ffrench, this is our manager, Mr. Lestrange; the man who's going to Miss Emily, but there was many a double our sales this year." man passed the whisper that you'd Emily moved, then straightened have made a fine master of the herself proudly, lifting her small head. works." Lestrange had recognized her, she She shook her head, folding her gloved hands upon the edge of felt; the call was to courage, not small flight. the desk at the opposite sides of "I think I have already met Mr Lewhich they were seated. "At least I would have tried. I am strange." she said composedly. "I am quite sure I would have tiied. But I pleased to meet him again." "Met him!" cried Bailey. "Met him? am only a girl. I came to ask you something regarding that," she lifted Why" Neither heeded him. A gleaming her candid eyes to his, her soft color risiag. "Do you know have you ever surprise and warmth lit Lestrange's met any men who cared and under- always brilliant face. "Thank you." he answered her. stood about such factories as this? Men who could take charge of a busi- "You are more than good to recall me. ness, the manufacturing and racing Miss Ffrench. I owe an apology for and selling, like my uncles? I have a breaking in this wayt but I fancied Mr. Bailey alone and he spoils mc" reason for asking" "It i nothing; I was about to go." Bailey, unexpect"Sure thing." said edly prompt. "I've met one man who She turned to give Bailey her hand, smiling involuntaiily in her relief. know Sj how z handle this factory an Inflection, LeI do, and I've been at it With a glance, " he strange had stripped their former tAvelvp years. And there he is turned in his revolving chair and meeting of its embarrassment and how, she neither anarolled up the shade covering the glass-se- t lyzed nor cared. door into the next room, "my "Good morning," said Bailey. "Shall manager, Lestrange." " The scene thus suddenly opened to I take ou through, or But Lestrange was already holding the startled Emily was sufficiently unconmalter-of-facjet not lacking in a open the door, with a brightcostume as to his workmanlike certain sober animation of its own. cern Around a drafting table central in the which impressed Emily pleasantly. bare, systematic disorder of the apart- She wondered if Dick would hae Mjorne the situation as well, in the imment beyond, three or four grouped, bending over possible event of his being found at men were a set of drawings, which Lestrange work. The two walked together down an Explaining with a was explaining. vivid interest in his task that bparklcd , aisle of tke huge, machinery-crowdeover his clear faceiiii a changing play , room, the grimy men lifting their passof expression almJFst mesmeric in its heads to gaze after Emily as she The men ed. Once Lestrange paused to speak command of attention. watched and listened intently; they to a man who sat. notebook and penthemselve no common laborers, but cil in hand, beside another who manipthe intelligent workmen who were to ulated under a grinding wheel a delicarry out the ideas here set forth. cate aluminum casting. "Pardon," he apologized to Emily, Wherever Lestrange had been, he was who had lingered also. "Mathews coatless and the sleeves of his euting shirt were rolled back, leaving bare would have let that go wrong in anthe arms whose smooth symmetry re vealed little of the racing driver's strength; his thick brown hair was rumpled into boyish waves and across his forehead a fine black streak wrote of recent personal encounter with things practical. "Oh!" exclaimed Emily faintly. And after a moment, "Close the curtain, please." None of the group in the next room had noticed the movement of the shade, absorbed in one another; any sound being muffled by the throb of adjacent machinery. Bailey obeyed the request, and leaned back in bis chair. "That's Darling Lestrange," he i stated with satisfaction. "That's his ft own design for an oiling system he's busy with and it's a beauty. He's entered for every big race coming this season, starting next week in Georgia, and meantime he oversees every 1 department in every building as if "I See Him Now and Then." never was done before. The man for me, he is." other moment. He," his smile glanced Emily made an unenthusiastic sign out, "he is not a Rupert at changing his tires, so to speak, but just a good of agreement. "I meant a very different man from chauffeur." The gay and natural allusion deMr. Lestrange," she replied, her dignity altogether Ffrench. '"I have no lighted her. For the first time in her doubt that he is all you say, but I life Emily Ffrench laughed out In a was thinking of another class. I genuine, mischievous sense of adventure. meant well, I meant a gentleman." "Oh, you meant a gentleman," re"Yes? I wonder you could separate plied Bailey, surveying her oddly. "I jourself from that Rupert to come didn't know, you Bee. 2$o; I don't here; he was a most bewildering perknow any one like that." son," she retorted. "Thank you. Then I will go. I it "Separate from Rupert? "Why, I does not matter." would not think of racing a taxicab, She did not go, however, but re- as he would say, without Rupert bemained leaning on the arm of hei side me. He is here taking a postchair in troubled reverie, her long graduate course in this type of car, lasheslowered. Bailey sat as quietly, in order to be up to his work when watching her and waiting. we go down to Georgia next week." dully The murmur of voices-ca"Next Week? You expect to win through the closed door, one, lightei that race?" and clearer in tone, most frequently "No. We are running a stock car rising above the roar pervading the against some heavy foreign racing whole building. It was not possible machines; the chance ot winning is that Emily's glimpse of Lestrang slight. But I hope to outrun any othacross the glass should identify him er American car on the course, if absolutely with the man she had seen nothing goes, wrong." nickering lights and shad- .once e She looked un. '4 bet-teruis- in t. blue-shirt-e- IB d d now rs 13 He shrugged his shoulde Vkhen I Waa. "Pray be careful ot thoa e toir.orroxv win belts behind you. Miss Ffrenc something does tl'ere 13 a cnance J it more exciting That was all, but I every game worth playing." meant, all right. I've "A chance!" her feminine nerves ever since. He won the recoiled from the implied conse been ay, too. quences, "nut only a cnance, sureiy. race ne: didn't it ever occur to you You were never in an accident, never f "rj. were hurt?" thatTou as well as 3lr. Lestrange Lestrangp regarded her in surprise ' mis t do real things?" she asked, aft- moment. mingled with a dawning raillery infi- nitely indulgent. He turned his round, face to her in boundless amazement. "I had no accidents last season," "I? I race cars and break jny neck guardedly responded. "I've been qui lucky. At least Rupert and I piay our and call it fun, like Lestrange? game unhampered; there will be no You're laughing at me, Emily." "No, no," in spite of herself the picbroken hearts if we are picked up ture evoked brought her smile. "Not from under our car some day." They had reached the door while like that. But you might be inter--' he snnke: ns he nut his hand on the ested in the factory. You might learn knob to open it. Emily saw a long I from Mr. Bailey and take charge of zigzag scar running up the extended the business with Uncle Ethan. It arm from wrist to elbow, a mute would please uncle, how it would commentary on tho conversation. In please him, if you did!" . ... .A Dick stirred unhappily. silence sne passeu out iitiuas ure courtyard to where her "It would take a lot of grind," ho cart waited. But when Lestrange had objected. "I haven't the head for it. put her In and given her the reins, really. I'm liot such an awfully bad she held out her hand to him with lot. but I hate work. Let's not be serious, cousin. How pretty the frosty more gravity. you good luck for wind makes you look!" "I shall wish Emily tightened the reins with a next week," she said. Lestrange threw back his head, brief sigh of resignation. drawing a quick breath; here In the "Never mind. Dickie. I uncle will strong sunlight he showed even find a substitute. Things must go ou younger than she had thought him. somehow, I suppose, even If we do not young vlth a primitive intensity of like the way." just being alive. But the way loomed distasteful that "Thank you. I would like If it morning as never before. were possible to win this race." COrSTIINCJfciD "This one, especially?" "Ye3, because It is the next step BLOCKADED toward a purpose I have set mysalf. and which I shall accomplish if I Every Household In Lancaster Should "live. Not that I will halt if this step Know How To Resist It. fails, no. nor for a score of such failures, but I am anxious to go on and The brak may ache because the kid- finish." neys are blockaded. LTp to Emily's face rushed the anHelp the kidneys with their work. swering color and fire to his; drawn by the bond of mutual earnestness, The back will ache no more. she leaned nearer. Lots of proof that Doan's Kidney "You live to do something? So do Pills do this. I, so do I ! And every one else plays." It's the best proof, for it comes However Lestrange would have re- fiom Lancaster. plied, he was checked by tho crash of Mrs. J. Y. Pumphrey, Danville St , the courtyard gate. Abruptly recalled to herself, Emily turned, to see Dick Lancaster, Ky., says: "My experience with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to Ffrench coming toward them Remembering how the three bad say that they live up to the claims last met. the situation suggested made for them. I suffered a great strain. But to Emily's astonishment deal from backache and could not sleep friendly well. On several occasions my back the young men exchanged nods, although Dick flushed pink. became so painful and weak that I was "Good morning. Lestrange," he unable to attend to my housework. greeted. "I've just come up from the Being advised to give Doan's Kidney city, Emily, and there wasn't any carriage at the station, so when one of Pills a trial. I did so. procuring a supthe testers told me you were here I ply at Frisbie's Drug Store. They"" helped me from the first and I was came over to get a ride." "I've been to see Mr. Bailey," she soon relieved." responded. "Get in." For sale by all dealers. Price (50 As Dick climbed in beside her, she cents, Fcter-Milbur- n Co., New York, bent her head to Lestrange; If she sole agents for the Unitt-- States. had regretted her impulsive confiRemember the name Doan's and dence, again the clear sanity and take no other. calm of the gray eyes she encountered established When they were trotting down the road toward home, in the crisp air, Emily glanced at her cousin. "I did not know you and Mr. LeSale Of strange were so well acquainted." she remarked. "I cee him now and then." Dick answered uneasily "He's too busy to want me bothering around him much. Garrard Circuit Court. You remembered him?" & Company, Garr. Scott Plaintiff, "Yes." VS. He absently took the whip from Its socket, fleckin the horse with it as j Leslie T. Bradshaw, Defendant, he spoke. Persuant to a judgement of the Gar"It was awfully square of you, rard Circuit Court, rendered in the Emily, not to mention that night to above styled cause at its November Uncle Ethan. It wasn't like a girl, at Term 1911, the undersigned commissall. I made an idiot of myself, and ioner will on you've never said anything to me MONDAY. JANUARY, 22nd; Mpr about it since. I never told you where this day being County Court day.f Lestrange took me, because I didn't between the hours ol li o'clock A. M to talk of the thing. I'm really anu 1U o'clock noon, sell at public out like awfully fond of you. cousin." jcry, in Iront ot Conn Brotheis machine- "Yes. Dickie," she said patiently. aiiop ui me lown oi .Lancaster, Ky. to "Well. Lestrange rubbed it in. Oh. the highest and best bidder the lollow-m- g personal property, to wit;- - One 18 he didn't say much. But he carried horse-powdouoie traction engine No. me down to where they were practic- 14509, and such usual appurtenances as ing for a road race. Such a jolly lot may be with the same, manufactured of fellows, like a bunch of kids; teas- by uarr, Scott cab and two ing and calling jokes back and forth IUI1KS. at one another half the night until 'Ihe purpose of this sale fs'tn satisfy daybreak, everything raw and chilly. j a debt oi the plantinT Garr, Scott & Busy, and their mechanics busy, and Company against the defendant Leslie one after another swinging into his l. uracisnaw amounting debt to car and going off like a rocket. By ty one date of Rale to tne sum of Twen- -' Hundred and the time Lestrange went off. I was as and eighty six cents, eighty one dollars ($2,181.86) much stirred np as an j body. When cost approximating one hundred and the and he made a record circuit at seventy-seve- n dollars and fifty hve cents ($110.55) ten of miles an hour average. I was court proceedings, for which judgment a good one. has been rendered in the above styled shouting over the rail like And then, while he was off again, a action. The propertywill be sojd as a big blue car rolled In and its driver who'e. TERMS-S- aid sale will be mad on) yelled that Lestrange had gone over credit of six months and the nurehnsJ on the Eastbury turn, and to send will be required to nnJ eive around the ambulance. It was like a proved security, bearing bond with inWest at si.l nightmare; I sat down on a stone and per cent per anum from date of salev r IITlth a jicii icwinnj .. felt sick." ine riw to linn the ...1 upon iL property sold secure payment "He" pur"He shook me up half an hour later, chase money, and said boI to have and stood laughing at me. 'Upset? the force and effect ofa judgment up- - N he said. 'No; we shed a tire and went on which execution may issue if not off into a field, but it didn't hurt the paid at maturity. W. H. 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