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" " Sfc.T -: i i . - ' "j ' '- - mxTT naff 111 i. ."..I P 'ii -- K OENTBM, RECORD POTE RETAGIOh, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1912. - NUMBER 40. i fea?1V??r,rvrvrnwwi-- ! ujtr3feirwwrir H'ow'd you like to be the coal man? During the recent cold snap many of ? our farmers put up a supply of ice, ?? ii aim f.m garnering it 01 a iair quuui A,l uum 3 to 4 and one half inches in thickness. ! ?!-.-: 1:1-.- . IQ .AVERAGES Received Mm LsMMiiniMifrMJcUiirE0llE isfsU a frSJinEilMj W Make By Those Who Sold 'I Brown's Sale. We call attention- to the large ad vertisement of Mr. R. S. Brown in if.this issue of the paper. Mr. Brown is 2 offering some splendid values and will no doubt have a good crowd as money has loo.sened up since the first of the year and people will" be waiting 'to buy - Their Tobacco Over the People's Tobacco Warehouse Breaks This Week, RECORD AVERAGE OF $20.2S RECEIVED. . 11 Jl 1 &- 1 1 Dk ILA w Ll w L CZT 2k 1 a i? E 1. things. Col. Dunn's House. I ?7 -- Cjl M W" J ' L ty ' 4! During the long winter months by having ns to install a heating plant in your residence. We are prepared to install the best that can be had. We also install the Pneumatic Water System in your home. tf 8 We can do any kind of work and are better ij prepared now than ever before. Let us figure with you when you want work done, and call on us in our new quarters at the old Macon Hotel property, and look over our line of Buggies and Carriages which we are selling cheap. 1 11 iT pk Kj C 1 z W 2 rS iffi We call your attention to the sales of the Peoples Tobacco Warehorse as published on the front page of Hhs l2i paper. Col. I. M. Dunn, an old GarHave Ever Some of man and a mighty clever Below rard County lip gentleman is at the head of this house Local Made on and tells us that he is making the buy ers come across for his native homo people, giving them the highest possi- 191c Since the opening up of the tobacco 230 pounds at ble price. The popular house sold 48000 20c arket on January 2nd, prices have 240 pounds at tjy '' pounds of tobacco Wednesday ot this been better than they have been, 205 pounds at 25c week that averaged $12.10 per hundred. at the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse 210 pounds at 22c (? Tobacco has gone up in the last few breaks. The tonnage has been running 390 pounds at .: lljc weeks and the good old tobacco raiser exceptionally high, also. 80 pounds at 13Jc Cs is mighty happy over the tact. Crop of John Speaks, of Garrard Of Crop county. y Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. Wallace Good, Adair county: 14Jc 285 pounds at 235 pounds at 25J 2S0 pounds at ..loc The above house is rapidly taking 192c 'l8Jc 110 pounds at lnadinp- loose leaf mar- - 310poundsat mnlr with the 80 pounds at 12ic 192c V& kets in the state, on last Wednesday 275 pounds at 17Jc 18c 130 pounds at 125 pounds at i they sold 40,000 ponnds of the weed 10? 10c GO pounds at pounds iii, which brought an average 'price of 325 pounds at S 23c Average 110 at Of Crop Mr. H. C. .:; $13.38 per hundred pounds. Til' 17?e & Bright, who is well known to the ma-- p 200 pounds at J. J. Meadows Garrard county: 22c 31G j)ounil3 at joiity of Garrard county people, is at 75 pounds at lSJc lGJc the head of this establishment, and 165 pounds at 75 pounds at 24c 20c ; gives ins personal attention to tne 175 pounds at 120 pounds at 22c 15c seeing that everyone gets the best 325 pounds at 60 pounds at 16Jc 15Jci price obtainable. Mr. Louis C. Hopper 300 pounds at 100 pounds at 17Jc 14Jc 245 pounds at of Lancaster is also connected with 70 pounds at I7c 13Jc this house in the capacity of book keep- - 175 pounds at 23c 153c 40 pounds at ler, and every body knows "Lou" will 220 pounds at 160 pounds at 16c look to the best interests of his home Average Of Crop 220 pounds at lie Kt people. 50 pounds at lOJc & Crop of William and Thos. Broaddus, m 100 pounds at 162c county. of Garrard on 15c Look 25c 110 pounds at 240 pounds at 26Jc 115 pounds at lie 270 pounds at i i m Is mi rsi Are Been the Best Sales That Market. the a b HHH fcl.HPI cvie aF&t&wwww Lftf I mw O S$ is I This Is No Joke. ss Average $17.25. We NEED The MONEY: - i ffi. W. - j i -- $20.00. BS 3 & Isi Oaa fe fe: ill O ETB Jb 'W Mi! IS ffl !! IM1M1 JlfiiUfrrfgJ-- n Bfla-ifgJ;- i i $18.00. Lancaster, Ky. Hartoll IIll'. iffiiu S33C&3&3C&3S&3!3333 T"5" I 3 your at the date Central Record and see if 23c Average Of Crop $15.3-- 4 you are in arrears. 11 so, 200poundsat 22icj 310 pounds at Crop of House and Smith of Gar 21Jc pay up; do not wait until 315 pounds at rard county. Mr. House only asked 20Jc .we send a collector after 2S0 pounds at 24c lor this crop ten cents in Ins barn in 140 pounds at country, when he took it to the you or mail you a 19Jc the 3 245 pounds at Peoples Tobacco Warehouse in Dan ment. We are going over 285 pounds at v.. ..192c cents more on 145 VS our list on February 1st 190 pounds at the pound: They sold: 15c 20c 18c 495 pounds at $ and cut off those who will 320 pounds at 385 pounds at 19Jc 16Jc 23c gsjnot pay us. If you don't 250 pounds at 18c 465 pounds at 370 pounds at 595 pounds at $? live in town or close, then 22c Average Of Crop $20.00. 350 pounds at 14J f& mail us a check or money 14Jc Thomas and Robert Bright 275 pounds at Crop of 225 pounds at 12c m and Bell, of Boyle county: 6 order. 395 "pounds ! cRa TL &szi, Um m L Wl OF THE L 1 Jill Q hp s if 1 11 1 H j IP 1 Ivl ilTT 3S3 W --b45 1 i WfsrV-hftJl- ri Ti S J j At The OPERA HOUSE, murday, ! : i ! 105 pound! at 21Jc 22Jc i - Jim m immmM&m mmsmgmwmBsmmim OF H T. STILL ON IN FULL BLAST. If you H I E I and FURNISHING GOODS call on him. Prices fifty per cent lower than any TERMS CASH. house in Lancaster. cAg . , want to save Money on vuwiiv; T PVI . 1 I B H. T, A - I H l I II r H H B vH I 1 Hk I 1 : ll r . 1 H Crop of Patton and Benge, Garrard 6c county. The owners only asked for Of Crop this crop ten cents per pound in the ii&iK3 barn in the country and they sold it at Crop of Speaks & Shears, of Garrard xmzm the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse at the county: 22c above average. They sold:- 180 pounds at "'-27- 0 23c .lopomiubHL 155 pounds at pounds at 22Je 270poundsat 355 pounds at j 330 pounds at 22c ouu pounus at iuc 385 pounds at Of Crop 122c 23c 225 pounds at 265 pounds at .' 17c 22c 360 pounds at Henry Moore, Uarraru Lo. 275 pounds at 14c 20c 290 pounds at 290 pounds at 110 popnds at 14c 270 pounds at 20c 420 pounds at 300 pounds at 7fc 265 pounds at 10$c 305 pounds at 220 pounds at 17c 200 pounds at .. .12c 440 pounds at 285 pounds at 18Jc 255 pounds at 370 pounds at He 210 pounds at 161c 320 pounds 14Jc 280 pounds at 245 pounds at at 82c 325 pounds at 9$c 220poundsat 235 pounds at 12lc 305 pounds at 12c 340 pounds at 15 pounds at. 12c 370 pounds at 90 pounds at Of Crop 10c 270 pounds at . .. 240 pounds at 9c 235 pounds at Crop of Peavyhouse & Son, of Lin- 250 pounds at 175 pounds at ,.llic 215 pounds at coln county 102c 225 ponuds at 27c 335 pounds at ... : 80 pounds at 375 pounds at 13Jc 250 pounds at 25c 290 pounds at 3c 145 pounds at 25 pounds, (damaged) at 25c 320 pounds at 20c 120 pounds at 285 pounds at 1-2 Of Crop t .19Jc 445 pounds at Mullins & Lee, Boyle county: Of Crop HJc 310 pounds at 9c 18c 145 pounds at pounds at 265 J.B.House, Garrard County: '14Jc . 275 pounds at A 455 pounds at 15Jc 325 pounds at 16Jc 435 pounds at Crop of Joe Conder, of Mercer county 295 pounds at 330 pounds at 182c 17c 45 pounds at 475 pounds at 14lc 290 pounds at 20c 240 pounds at 240 pounds at pounds at 133c 15c 30 pounds at 255 pounds at pounds at "" 141c ' 10c 295 pounds at 210 pounds at pounds at 14.c ' 95 pounds at 12Jc 185 pound at Poun(s at 131c 17c 370 pounds at 275 pounds at i K9K rmnruls nt 13c 220 pound at 320 pounds at 8c 80 pounds at 3S0 pounds at Bright & Bell, Boy'e county. Of Crop 17j0 ' 3iu pounas at 145 pounds at 18jc 220 pounds at Crop of T. L. "Broaddus, of Garrard 290 pounds at ' 181c 310 pounds at 280 pounds at county: 18Jc 320 pounds at 19c 280 pounds at 185 pound at 172c 300 pounds at 17Jc j 250 pounds at 280 pounds at. 17Jc 14Jc 220 pounds at 160 pounds at 14c 19c. 275 pounds at 285 pounds at 122c 7 B 295 pounds at 19c 265 pounds at 101c 12Jc 240 pounds at 175 pounds at. ..7. 12c 115 pounds a,tv. 13c 150 pounds at 145 pounds at Sfe. HJc . . .. .'16c B 475 pounds at 17c .".92c 390 pounds at 100 pounds at 19c 410 pounds 'at Of Crop 152c 375 pounds at 18c Crop of Robert Speaks, of Garrard 365 pounds at I. M. K 18c pounds at 320 county: v IQr. 225 pounds at 15c 495 pounds at iojc DANVILLE, ...171cj 475 pounds at 95 pounds at ..:: pounds pounds pounds pounds 85 pounds 175 pounds 490 pounds 250 pounds pounds 275 pounds 290 pounds 150 pounds 335 pounds 325 pounds 505 390 315 270 at at at at at at at at I9t 18Jt 18c 25c 20c 14Ac lie 14ic .. . at at at at at at .,. Klc 111c 8c pounds J30 pounds 345 pounds 2G5 pounds 120 pounds 360 pounds 215 pounds 1(!5 pounds 170 pounds 160 pounds 130 pounds 345 at at at at at at at. . . at at at at at Jan 3th 19Jc 14c 15$ I6c 0. E. Wee, offers Lem B. Parker's new version of his four act society drama. lljc - ll$c 13ic . .9c 8Je "A Girl of The Mountains" a play with plenty of thrills and a jiood throbbing love story. Lem B. Parker has the mastery of the play writers art, the power to awaken interest and to command unflagging attention. "A Girl of The Mountains" his best play, has a splendid acting company presenting it and beautiful stage settings. Magnificent lighting effects will be employed. red-bloode- .. d, i2e 13Jc 5c 1-- 7ic Average Of Crop $14 2 Average $16.25. Average $15.75. poposat o2o pounds at i j 13Jc j 365 pounds 112c 425 pounds at at loc 142c 8c 82c 520 pounds at " 10ic loc 760 pounds at 16Jc 760 pounds 18c 300 pounds 15i 400 pounds 192c at llic 9l'c 5:95c v at at lie life 92c Avarage Of Crop $16.00 W. R. Wells. Marion Co: 215 pounds at 255' pounds at 115 pounds at 145 pounds at 75 pounds at 105 pounds at 100 pounds at 155 pounds at 112c 171& llic 7ic Average $17.96. Average $13 7c 151c 151c 15c 9c 5c 12c 1C0 pounds " 25c 23c 25c 21c 172c 71c- - at 05c Average Of Crop $12.75 AverageJones, Mercer Co:16.00. & Buster 22c 22c 233c 21c 162c 20c 20c 335 pounds 0 Average ui irop ytv.zv. 315 310 3S5 2Uc 20c 101c 171c 182c 162c 171c 161c 15c Average vi trop io.ou. Average $15.25 360 310 230 250 205 140 175 155 205 270 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at at at at at at at at at at at ' . ' '" 171c 18c 17c 162c 12?c - 10fc T 171c 17c 142e 10c rv 7c 9c 92c 5.90c 6c Average Of Crop $13.40 ? Peoples Tobacco Wartee Go. Average $16.35. Incorporated. .."".' ....: 'i5,'-- t Dunn, President; KENTUCKY. ' -- Tj 'r' fe' 'v '.& (,?' &Z?Jr - ts r. :"r. tBu9 '; s TheCentral Record INCORPORATED. Issued Weekly. 51 00 a vf ar. GREEN CLAY TALKER. L'diwr. EiiUrcl Member 1 hc Secoml Ti l OOic rla.i fatld I" Ijuirnti r. Ky. Milil JIhUiT. Haldeman of Louisville has been appointed Adjutant General of Kentucky-by.GoMcCreary, and has accepted the appointment; he succeeds Genr-P- -. P. Johnston who resigned, Col. Haldeman will appoint Maj. J, Tandy EJljs of Lexington as assistant Adjutant General, subjeet to the approval of Gov. McCreary. Col W. B. v. ' Ed. Dotyof C. Doty Married. 7 A telegram to his sister, Miss Maxy this" pity from Ed: G. Doty ge &m&nMmiiimm fc$.i Kpntuek5 Press Asvejation Eighth District Publishers league. bncaster, Ky., January on last- - Saturnnnouncss day to Miss Lavera Stiles of Mississippi No particulars of the happy affair were given. Ed. Doty is a son of Mr. J. A. Doty of this city, and for several years has made his home in Pecos Tex., Rear Admiral Ilobley D. Evans, where he has been extensively engaged "Fighting Bob" died at his home in in the real estate business. I i P c v: Washington was 65 years old. 12, 1912. indigestion after an illness of only two hours. He was born in Virginia and of acute Conn Bros. Enlarging Their Business. Conn Bros, the progressive machinists i w. THE The phenomena CHALMERS success. THIRTY. & -- Rates For Political Announcements For For For For For For Precinct and City.Offices $ 5.00 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices..-.- . "15.00 .. .10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individupls or expresImportant Notice. sion of individual views, per We want for a special purpose the 10 line following issues of the Central Record: 05 Obituaries, per line No 2 dated Apr. 21st 1911. No 3 dated Apr, 28th, 1911. No 18 and 19 ANNO LTNCEMEN TS dated Aug. 11th, and 18th, 1911. If any one have these issues, they will For Comity Judge. greatly oblige us by phoning or visiting We are authorized to announce Clay- this office. ton A. Arnold as a candidate for CounAn Old And Valued Subscriber. ty Judge of Garrard County subject to party. the action of the democratic Mrs. Henry. Blankenship, who has been a regular subscriber to the LanWe are authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a candidate for caster paper for 42 years, in remitting are enlarging their business considerably, in addition tc the large plant Fire in Louisville . Thursday night which they conduct on Buford street destroyed three Fourth street stores they have put in a stock of hardware entailing a loss of $460,00. Four fire- in the northern corner of the old Mason men were injured in falling from a Hotel building, which they recently purchased, they will also have on hand roof and severely frozen. in the latter building a splendid line of buggies. Mr. car with an established reputation, now in its fourth year of Demountable rims. Self Starter. All completely equipped for long distance service. I m a J. B. Conn will be in ac- i Stormes Automobile Agency. mmsm&mfl&M JYM&MmmLM&& iflrrMrgMlifprr5fiTr5irf (fmjwtf!lmmmi&M a ip- tive charge of the new place and will be assisted by Mr. E. G. Greech, who has recently associated himself with them. They have also secured the service of Mr. Charles McCarthy the expert plumber, who will have charge of that branch of their work during the present yean Tobacco At Danville. We call attention to the advertisements of the tobacco warehouse in this issue of the paper, as no doubt every tobacco grower in the county who has not already sold their tobacco is trying to decide where the best price can be realized. Garrard county is as large a tobacco county as there is in Central Kentucky and the houses will treat you good and endeavor to please you so as to hold your patronage,- or make a customer of you. Read their advertisements and select the place to sell, and when you have sold, bring your money back to the best county in the State and invest it here among home people, who are for you in every good thing you do. - -' x if JJ BLEH LILLY It is easy for the housewife when she County Judge of Garrard county, sub- for her 43d years subscription, says: ject to the action of the Democratic "I look forward to the Records coming every Saturday morning, and it matters party. not what is to be done, every thing is at a standstill until I read the paper-- " For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action "Les" Herndon Goes To Farming. Mr. W. Leslie Herndon, second son of Cap't William Herndon of this city, of the Democratic party. who has been a postal clerk for several announce years, left the postal service the first We are authorized to Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of the year, and will engage in chick'n of Garrard county, subject to the ac- raising and truck farming near Louisville. His many Lancaster friends tion of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Carrard county, subject to the action of the wish him success in his new Severe Weather. Who Knows Anything Of Him? democratic party. For Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the democratic party. C. 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 Information is desired in regard to the relatives of one H. P. Anderson, who left Lancaster in the early seventies, being then a boy, and at the time of his death, which occurred in August 1911, he was 57 years of age. A small estate awaits his heirs, if they can be found. If you know anything of him, kindly communicate with this office, and we will furnish you with further' information Short Hemp Crop. ' party. We are authorized to announce J. B. The hemp crop is heing marketed Collier as a candidate for the nomina- and is commanding from ?5.50 to $6.00 tion for assessor of Garrard county, per hundred. The crop is an unusually subject to the action of the democratic short one. The hemp crop in this party. county a few years ago amounted to We are authorized to announce W. upward of three'million pounds, but L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- has dwindled down until now it reaches or of Garrard county subject to the not more than a hundred thousand pounds. The farmers who formerly action of the Democratic party. raised hemp are turning their attention to tobacco, which they find more For Magistrate. Lancaster people have been shiver- ing recently, experiencing the most severe weather felt here in years, aH the more severe because of its sudden arrival. There is considerable diversity of opinion as to the status of the mercury on Sunday morning; Judge Hughes says it was 6 above zero at his house, while Billy Burton who resides but a few doors away, says it registered 6 below at his place at the same hour; we think that about zero was about correct. Tink Anderson says that he never looks at a thermometer, and was therefore perfectly comfortable during the cold snap, that if you examine the mercury in this country and find it below zero, you will freeze to death at the mere thought. Popular Garrard County Man Lands Good Position At Frankfort are authorized to announce remunerative. John N. White as a candidate .for Automobile Exhibition. Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of Beginning February 19th and continuing nine days the Cincinnati Autothe democratic party. We. mobile Show is to be held in Music We are authorized to announce Wal Hall, Cincinnati under the auspices of ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis- the Automobiie Dealers Association of trate in the first district of Garrard that city. The meeting will be an inCounty, subject to the action of the teresting one for machine lovers, as every known make of auto will be on democratic party. exhibition. A splendid orchestra and We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n band will be in attendence and special H. Estes as a candidate for efforts will be made for the entertainin the first district of Garrard ment of the out of town guests who county, subject to the action of the attend. Mag-strat- e, Garrard county people have asked but very little at the hands of the new administration at Frankfort, and we are glad to know that one who did apply for a position was successful in his efforts. Hon. George T. Farris has been appointed Capitol Square Policeman, a position which is filled by the Governor, and as Mr. Farris is an old friend of the Governor, he had no difficulty in securing the position, No more sterling democrat, stauncher friend of Gov. McCreary or affable gentleman could be found thaa Mr. Farris, and there is no doubt but what he will prove equally as useful in preserving order in and about the Capitol as he was when a member of the upper House from this his home district. Shooting At Paint Lick. ALEXANDER C. ROBINSON. Mr. Alexander C. Robinson passed gant re.idence on Richmond street peacefully to rest at 3 o'clock last Sat- - where he resided up to the time of his urday afternoon. Mr. Robinson had death, Mr. Alexander Robinson.was one of been critically ill for many months, during which time his life was despair- - the few men of whom no man was ever ed of many times, yet each time he heard to speak ill, nor was he ever would rally, and there would seemingly heard to speak ill of his fellow man, be a great improvement in his condition, coming of a family justly noted for his wonderful vitality sustaining him to their honesty and upright dealing with a degree seldom noticeable in one of their fellow men, he was what may his advanced years. Mr. Robinson was well be termed the noblest work of God in his 79th. year: he is survived by his an honest man, loving his neighbor as wife, three sons, Messrs Jacob, J. himself and ever striving to do good for Fleece and George D. Robinson, alrof some of his fellow men. By a life of this city and one daughter, Mrs. J. B. frugality, honesty and fair dealing he Paxton of Stanford, all of whom were had amassed a fortune.and of his worldat his bedside when the end came. Mr. ly goods he was ever willing to contriRobinson is the last of a family of bute to the happiness and comfort of seven sons and two daughters, and they those around him, giving freely to his constituted a remarkable family, in church, the poor and those who were that by lives of uprightness and honesty needy or in distress. Mr. Robinson never cared for public each and every one of them became striking examples in the community of life, never sought or accepted public what the cultivation of these traits office, choosing to follow his chosen vo- may make of a man. Their father, the cation, that of a farmer, and a model late Jacob Robinson Sr., was the found- one he was, as was remarked by all er of the Christian x:hurch of this place, who passed his well kept farm on the and each of his sons became prominent- Stanford pike, but upon matters of vitly identified with the Church of his al importance in county affairs his adfather, and with the passing of Mr. vice was often sought and highly valuAlex Robinson, the last of seven noble ed. After a long and useful life he has men, this church sustains a severe loss. entered into that reward which is the Until a few years since Mr. Robinson recompense in Heaven for those who had lived in the Gilberts Creek neigh- have dwelt upon earth as he has dwelt. borhood, right on the Garrard county After funeral services at his late line, but his interest had ever been cen- home on Monday afternoon, conducted tered in Lancaster, which he considered by his pastor Rev. F. M. Tinder, his his home, the home of his people, and remains were placed at rest in the Lan- a few years since he purchased the ele-- 1 caster cemetery. The National Resolutions Bank Of Lancaster Ky. makes bread from the products of the Garrard 11 rtiJ Milling Co M Lancaster, Kentucky. ifrMrSIHrgfiarrM TB3rifrlJiOilJfrlMrr5JlfrgJl'): Maj s !g ,S? fes e$ Sa &miW&:&l&J&mWl&mi& A MN'.fK'rK'x.otiriOk rrjmrjrrjnhY' We will send you the I p n i i 1 Daily Courier Journal $1.00. ONE YEAR FOR $3.00, Six months for $1.75, Three months Please let us have your subscription. R. K McRoberts C& Son. i On The Death Of AlexC. Robinson. ander At a meeting of the Officers and Directors of the National Bank of Lancaster Kentucky at their banking house on Tuesday January 9th. 1912 the following resolutions to the memory of the laig Alexander C. Robinson were unanimous ly adopted. Be it Resolved: That in the death of Alexander C. Robinson this county has lost one of its best citizens and this bank a wise counsellor and a most de- Tobacco Growers Get in on these, high prices by selling your Tobacco over our breaks. We had democratic party. On last Saturday afternoon a shoot- We are authorized to announce Originally the Harrodsberg Demo- - ing affray took place in Paint Lick be- - voted friend, Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of crat, more recently the Harrodsburg i tween Thomas Ralston and George He was among the foremost in buildGarrard county, subject to the action Republican, the able editor Mr. T. Finley in which the latter received a ing for the good of his church, his town of the democratic party. Sanders Orr has changed the name of severe pistol wound in the neck," which and his county. Those who knew him his publication to the Harrodsburg resulted in partial paralysis; the bullet best loved and respected him most. He A committee appointed by and com- Leader, giving as his reason that he entered the left side of the neck and was sincere and loyal to his friends. posed of members of the City Council wishes his paper to carry the name of was taken out of his right shoulder. His ways were ways of uprightness. is making active preparations for the . the position it occupies in the corn- - During the progress ol the affair Mrs. For nearly twenty years he was a munity It matters not what name it Rodney Griggs, who is a sister of Mr. Director in this institution and took an proposed improvement in the water works system. As soon as they fully carries, if Bro. Orr continues to get Ralston, together with Frank Ralston active interest in his duties as such. determine just what is to be done, the out as good a paper in the future as he his son, attempted to disharm Ralston, We shall miss his presence and wise bonds to defray the expense to the has in the past, he will have a "Lead- and in the scuffle Ralston's pistol was and kind words of advice in the meetnecessary amount will be issued, and er'' riot only in Harradsburg, but in discharged, the bullet taking effect in ings of the Board of Directors. it is thought will be taken by hornet rural journalism in Kentucky. the hip of Mrs. Griggs, inflicting a We join with this whole community people at par. This is a good idea, as painful, but not dangerous flesh wound. in mourning his death and pray God's Fortune Smiles On Colored Democrat. The above information was furnished it makes every holder of a bond vircomfort and richest blessings upon nis tually a stock holder in the system, and Frank Wheeler a well known colored us by sheriff George Ballard, who family. creates an intrest which would not be man about town has been given a posi went to Paint Lick and arrested RalsBe it further Resolved; That we had were the bonds placed elsewhere. tion as janitor ana general iactotum in ton, he was brought -- to Lancaster spread these resolutions upon our min. a une tmng which - certain to be done the office of State Auditor Henrv Bos- - Monday and admitted to bond in the ute book, publish them in The Central is is the installing of a modern chemical .i worth, the position is a erood one and sum of $500. to appear for his examin- Record, and present a copy to the filter, which will insure the purity of carries with it a salary of S600. ner ing trial which is set for Friday. The family. the water. 'A. R. Denny. j year. Frank left Monday to take his trouble is said to ha e originated from Jno. E. Stormes. President In making these improvements We Secy. and was nemmranw,! h,r the two men having had words at Old hope that the Council will have an ej e Sheriff C. A. Robinson and Representa- Paint Lick on last election day. On January 9th. 1912. to the quantity as well as the quality tive John M. Farra, who will see that the occasion of the shooting we are of the water, for while the former is he is properly introduced among the informed Ralston entered .Woods & Dandruff And Itching Scalp Yield To Zemo vesy important, the latter is also of statesmen at Frankfort. The demo- Treadway's store and walked back to 3 vital importance. Our water supply has cratic negroes of Lancaster of whom the stove, Finley came in soon after-nevTreatment been adequate, while it has so there are only two, have been peculiar- ward, it is said that Ralston's first far supplied our needs, yet if it had ly lucky, Wheeler lands a good job, and glimps of Finley was when the latter Why should you continue to experbeen more extensive we would have the other one, William Arnold, recently was attempting to draw a pistol from iment with salves, greasy lotions and been better satisfied. In the Summer drew $50. in gold at Mr. Batson's his. pocket, when Ealston fired, the fancy hair dressings trying to rid your when the rain fall is at the minimum j drawing. first shot taking effect, and Finley's soaln of trerm life. Thev can't do it ' we are compelled to curtail our water I pistol fell to the ground and he fell on because they cannot penetrate to the supply for fear of a famine. Last MlSS Hamilton Sells Her MiddlesborO top of it; at this juncture Mrs. Griggs seat of the trouble and draw the germ i Summer the Louisville & Nashville and young Frank Ralston rushed in life to the surface of the scalp and de- - i atore railroad asked to have their engines and grapped with him and prevented stroy it. supplied with water at this point, this ' Miss Cordelia Hamilton, who has j him from inflicting further injury on Why not try a PROVEN REMEDY? would have proved a source of great been conducting a successful millinery the wounded man, but which resulted One that will do this. We have a Jnt revenue for us, but because of the business in this city for the nast seven in Mrs. Grieres beincr wounded as above remeuy il i. win --IJ mc n.oln ui nnnn mat til nu U meager supply of water at our disposal years, sold her establishment yesterday stated. The (wounded man was taken life and in this way will cure DANDwe were compelled to refuse their re- - to Mrs. A. Lovett, of Monterey, Old , to the residence of Mr. George Conn, RUFF and ITCHING SCALP. quest. Perhaps if we had a plentiful Mexico. Mrs. Lovett has This remedy is ZEMO, a clean refined taken physicians summoned and every possi supply of water for all purposes, this charge of the stock and will reopen ble care and attention given him, and4 penetrating scalp tonic that goes right company might in time deem it advis- - Monday the "physicians think he has a fair to the seat of the trouble and drives able to establish a watering station j Miss Hamilton, who, by her popu-her- chance for recovery. Mr. Ralston is the germ life to the surface and deand this would prove of inestim- - larity and business energy has made a about 40 years of age, is married and stroys it. able value, from a monetary standpoint ' host of friends and patrons in this city, has several children, he is a son of the A shampoo with ZEMO (AFTISEP-TIC- ) By all means gentlemen, now that you will shortly leave for Atlanta, Ga., late William Ralston and is a well SOAP and one. application of IK have the opportunity, Jet us go to the ' where she will take a position with a known farmer of the Paint Lick neigh- - ZEMO will entirely rid the scalp of nver, where an abundant supply of ladies furnishing house, which is thelborhood. George Finley, the wounded dandruff and scurf, ,Do not hesitate, water may be obtained, and we may be largest in that city. Miss Hamilton j man is about thirty years of age and but get a bottieofZEMO today. It ina position to furnish water, not only will spend several weeks visiting ' is unmarried, he lives with relatives in acts on a new principle and wili do extojourpwn people in unlimited quanti- - friends, and taking a well earned rest the vicinity of Lowell;- Tie came here actly what we claim for it. tie's, but also to any" industries which before leaving the city. Middlesboro' several years ago from Jessamine but Sold and endorsed By the R. E. McI may see proper to locate with us, j Roberts & Son Drug Store. is originally from Whitley county. ( "A Rose By Any Other Name" 4O,000 Founds on our floor Wednesday and the entire floor averaged .. .... I 1 npw-nnsitin- n er -- and not a real fine crop in it, several baskets bringing $25.00 per These high prices have prevailed for the last week. $13.38 " X huiii. . -. o-- ip I 6m Robards & Shouse, of Mercer Co sold 2000 lbf.which averaged $14.55 Sexton & Cecil, of Mercer Co., sold 25001b which averaged $16.75 Harvey & Sexton, of Mercer Co. sold 5000 lbs which averaged $17.10 others just as good. Sell with us and always be asatisfied customer. is Kentucky. The best auctioneer s. e, 8 The Danville Tobacco Warehouse Danville, Kentucky- . o - News-Recor- d. u v 'rr ii- - 7J-f -- '- - J' WH fee T atfU -- A :V i&i-?--flii- Lj l - '" .jfcJ s 3 !! . ' - J" J- 4-- he V fc- - feis J.JL Store s Great vlTC STARTING PROMPTLY Cassvs sfaQ i AT NINE O'CLOCK and continuing Fifteen Days. Store closed to the public all day Thursday and Friday in order that we may prepare for this great CLEARANCE SALE. This is an absolute Clearance Sale of all Winter Merchandise and with the exception of a few minor articles, includes our entire stock. Prices are cut below reasonable limits, profits entirely wiped out, cost or value utterly disregarded, in our determination to sell this surplus stock, rather then suffer the greater loss of carrying it over to another season. No man can invest this money more profitably than in supplying his needs at this Sale. Read our prices,then figure it out for yourself. Bring your pocket book for nothing will be charged. MEN Men's and Boy's Overcoats Mens fine overcoats regular $15.00, sale price Mens fine mUton overcoats regular $10.00, U $13.98 $13.98 Chil-dre- ns I T $18.00 For $13.98. Newest shades of Tans, Browns and Grays at prices you cannot afford to miss. $10.00 For $7.08. $12.50 For $9.08. $13.50 For $10.98. $15.00 For $12.98. We have one assortment sizes 35, 36 and 37 worth $10., $12.50 and $15., Sale Prices $10.98 $7.98 Ladies fine suits regular $25,00 value, sale price Ladies fine black coats, regular 20.00 value Sale price Many other bargans we havn't space to mention $4.50 and $6.50. 89cts 99cts Misses & Children's Coats. Yes the time is here when every child and girl will want Regular $1.25 value, sale price. Regular $1.50 value, sale price that winter coat. Here they are two for the price you ex- Sale price Boys overcoats regular $3.50 vfclue. sale price $1.98 Domestics. Simpson &Pilgrim's best American prints.sale price 5ctS Apron gingham regular 10c, value, sale price 7ctS Apron gingham regular 7!4c value, sale price, 5ctS Hope bleach, 8ctS Best grade suiting cloth regular 10c value sale price 8ctS The famous brands of gingham regular 15 and 12J4c values sale price lOctS All wool dress goods at bottom prioes. Here .is the opportunity to secure the material at about one half of its real value. Ladies, Misses And Sweaters. Regular 75 value sale price . . Regular $1.50 value sale price. Regular $3.00 value sale price. pect to pay for one. Children's Bear Skin Coats regular $2.50 value Sale price $1.78 A fine line of Misses school coats at unheard of prices. Ladies Shirt Waists. Ladies regular $1.50 waists made in the very latest styles, button in front or back, sale price 98ctS 39cts 89cts Men's Under wear. Seperate Shirt and drawers fleeced lined and plain regular 50c value, sale price helbreg-ga-n $1.98 38ctS Ladies, Misses and Childrens Underwear. Ladies heavy vests, regular 35c value, sale price. Ladies Setsing Union Suits, pants and vests - Ladies Petticoats. Fine suiting cloth petticoats, regular 35c value Sale price Regular $1.50. value Heatherbloom sale price -- Shoes! Shoes! 23ctS 98ctS Lack of space forbids quotatioES on all shoes, but prices are cut extremely low to sell them. Famous King Quality Shoes regular $4.00, and $5.00, value sale price $2.98 and $3.48 19ctS 42ctS ! c Carpets And Matting 15ctS Ladies Flannelette Night Robes. Regular 75c value, Sale price Misses and Children's Union Suits. Regular 75c value, sale price Ladies Suits and Coats. Ladies latest cut regular $18.00 sale price $9.98 lot remnants of matting regular 35 and 25c value sale price All wool carpets regular 50c value sale price 1 39ctS 19ctS 39ctS 39cts Pants, Vests and Union Suits, regular 35c value, Sale price gaarw?KFja ! To those of Don't wait till the sale is over, don't wait till the best is sold, don't wait at alf, but come y. .our friends who during the past year have given us the pleasure of serving them, we extend our thanks and for the others we cannot refrain from expressing the hope that we may during 1912 be given an opportunity of demonstrating our ability to satisfactorily supply their wants for anything in my line. , to-da- KV i-- tfF F 5 5jp . I WW x s -- BROWN, s :-- Lancaster, Ky L .' i t vy T' " ' J -- L- -- - f -- 45 E.- k. - .. &i.,.v .- 1, r- .. BJWSgJi - - .! 'p i'.Cf -tf BLJLr&ua&5ci - -- "&.' - ' "n "VjrfiT "r.' - - UMK il d -- .' ir ?t ' Tsnnry snooic baclc ner yellow currs, declared, by way OT explanation.- - "1 eTr. 'mere rs rfirlatibfi" m dercatltfE-tolturning her gaze on bim. . Bailey it was a weak point; now a drlveF- who-U- es out on the course, "You might guess, Dickie. He is perhaps hell bellevo me and strength- - But, as you ."say; it helped my pur-e-n lonely." i pose. it." . You," he hesitated'for,thc Tight "Lonely! He!" m nn t phfase, "you ate most kind to recall n ' la n hi hi "You're not hurt," Dick inferred. All the feminine impulse to defend 46&466c9e4ao9006ooe60oo "I think she's not a tire gone, that I have a purpose flared up j Emily who Find anything wiong Rupert?" it was the convent-bre"Why not?" she exclaimed with pasGo to the BEST Place if you want, "Two tires off." said the laconic looked" back at' bird, earnest-eyed- , sion.- "Who lias he got? Who stands f "Two funerals post- - altedly serious the BEST WORK. with him In his house? No wonder ho poned. That was a pretty stop, Dar- - j. ..j have thought of it often. Every ' We have the only Steam Stercan not bear tho man who is hired to ling." .'Lestrange, one else that I know 'Just livesthe do what a Ffrench should bo doing.. ilizer in town for Massage. Shop, "Very," coolly-agree- d Way things happen thero "are only a It Is not the racing driver he dis- rising and removing his goggles. few peopje 3vri0 srasp things and By on Richmond St, j " likes, but the manager. And do not "What's the matter. Ffrench?" j mal:e then tapp'eft-- - That Id real - HENRY DUNCA- Nyou blame him. Dick Ffrench." 1 j "You frightened us out of our five work; so uiany"ot ub are Just given Quite aghast, he stared after her as sense, that's all Do you us daily prac ' WCrk we do. :not want " she broke The Old Reuable Barber. j she turned away to the nearest win- tise for races out here?" Author ofsJ off. dow. But presently he followed her turn-- 1 Us?' repeated Lestrange. and the work, it Is "If we do "The Game and the Candle" over, still holding the papers. saw the gill at the edge of the ' nrobably not our own." said Le- in "Don't you want to read about the park. ".Miss Ffrench, I beg your par-- j strange. "Unless we have brought It Illustrations By- race?" he ventured. o don!" on ourselves by a fault we must RAY WALTERS 88421 Smiling, though her lashes were Tho'swift change in his tone, tho Hemy I need not speak of that to you. ease of deference with which ho bared Ono must not make tho mistake of asCo.) (Copyright, IMP, by his head and, motor caps not being suming" some one else's work." readily donned or doffed, so remained Season 19 1 2. Ho spoke gently, almost as if with SYNOPSIS. bareheaded in the bright sunlight, sav- a clairvoyant reading of her tendency J W. ored of the Continent. CHAPTER I --The storv opens on to Island near New York City, where Tons Miss "But may not some one else's fault "It is too commonplace to say good Kmily Mrencli. a relative of Ethan morning." Emily replied, her color ris- be given us to undo?" she asked eagFfrench, Manufacturer of the celebrated Mercury" automobile, loses her way. ing with her smile. "I am very glad erly. "May not their work be forced Tho car has utoppod and her cousin Dick you escaped. But that is commonon us?" Mi o nclt Is too muddled with drink to olreit it arlBht. They meet another car place, too, I'm afraid." "No," ho answered. which is run by a professional racer "Every one is commonplace before "No?" bewildered. named Lestramre. The latter fixes up the ' "I dqn't think so. Each one of ti3 Ffrench car and directs Miss Ffrench breakfast," reassured her cousin. Offiice over Logan's .store. to proceed homeward, but scelnc on' "Honestly, Lestrange, do you practice has enough with his own. at least so that her cousin is In no condition to acK Ofllce Phone 6. company her, forcibly detains Dick Phone 75. it serfi: to me. Most of us die beracing here?" Ffrench. for which tho young lady Is "Hardly. I'm trying out the car; fore v.- - finish it." thankful. Emily paused, contending with the every carjtas to go through that beFfrench has disCITArTER M. son. who has disappeared, you know that loneliness and doubts which impelled inherited his fore it is used. Don't lie Is growing old and tells Emily" that we've recently secured from the local her to speech, the feminine yearning she Is the only one of the family to whom he can leave his wealth. He inauthorities a permit to run at any to let another decide her problems. forms her plainly that ho would like to speed over this road between four This other's nonchalant strength of All V rk Oll.ir.uitecfl. have her marry Dick, who could carry on the business. Dick Is a o'clock and eight in the "morning? I decision allured her uncertainty. "I am discouraged," she confessed. thought all tho countryside knew Kentucky. but Irresponsible fellow. Paint Lick, "And tired. I there is no reason CHAPTER IIT. It appears that a partthat." ner of Ethan Ffrench. wanting an expert "But we have a regiment of men to why I should not speak of it. You to race with the "Mercury" at auto know Dick, how he can do nothing in events, has engaged Lestrange. and at test cars." the Ffrench factory Emily encounters the Lestrange passed a oaressing glance the factory or business, or in the young man. They refer pleasantly to "Never Mind Me; Let Us Read." their first meeting when Dick comes along over the dingy-gramachine in its places where a Ffrench should stand. and recognizes the young racer. All this must fall into the hands of damp, Emily accepted the peace offer- state of bareness that suggested in- strangers, to be DENTIST broken and forgotten, CHAPTER IV. decorum. !fa ing. "This is my car. the one I'll race when piy uncle dies, for lack of some "Yes, please." Office over Mls-- Arnold's. Mlllluery. Mrj. Ffrench and his niece were at vprin? and iiminpr. No one one who would care. And Fnde "You're not angry? You know I'm this drives it but me. Besides, I have to Ethan seems severe and hard, but it breakfast, on the Sunday when the a stupid chump sometimes; I don't have some diversion." grieves him all the time. His only tirst account of the Georgia race mean it." He stepped to tha giound with the eon was not a good man; he liveu learhed Ffrench wood. This time she" laughed outright. last word, and went around to where abroad with his wife, who was an ac"You will take fresh coffee." Emily "No; I am sorry I was cross. It is Rupert was on- his knees beside the tress before he married her. You was saying, the littJe silver pot poised I who would like to shirk my" work. machine. knew that?" as he moved. in her hand, when the door burst open Never mind me;, let us read." "I heard something of it in the vilin"Can you fix it here?" he demanded. and Dick hurried, actually hurried, They did read, seated opposite each "Not precisely," was the drawled re- lage," Lestrange admitted gravely. to the room." other in the broad window-sea- t and "He's won! He's got it!" he cried, passing the sheets across as they fin- ply. "Back to camp for it with a "Please do not think me fond of gosOll- li.i vpi-- Stable. sip; I could not avoid it. But I should horse in front." brandishing the morning newspaper. ished them. Dick had exagger-- -- "All right. You'll have to walk not have imagined this a family likely Lancaster, Kentucky "The first time for an American car ated, on the contrary he not not said had to make low marriages." with an American driver. And how enough. Lestrange and his car were down and get a car from Mr. Bailey Office Hours to tow it home." Office over "It never happened before. I never he won it! He distanced every car the focus of the hour's attention. The Rupert got up, his dark, malign lit- saw that cousin, nor did Dick; but ho 8.m to 12. lp.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store on the track except the two big Ital- daring, tho reckless courage that riskwas always a disappointment, always. ian and French machines. Those he ed life for victory, the generosity tle face twisted. "If I'd broken a leg they'd have Uncle Ethan has told me. And since couldn't get, of course; but the wh'-"rmld throw that victory nwaj Frenchman went out in the fourth to aid a comrade, and lastly the deter- sent a cart for me," he mourned. he failed, and Dick fails, there is only DENTIST. hour with a broken valve. Then he mination and skill which had won the "Now I'll have to walk, and I ain'.t me." "You!" Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. was set down for second place sec- conquest after all the whole formed used to it. Hard luck!" She nodded, her lip quivering. "If you go around to the stables ond place, Emily, with every other big a feat too spectacular to escape pub"Only me. Not as a substitute I car in the country entered. They say lic hysteria. It was very doubtful in- they will give you my pony cart," Emily offered impulsively. "You," her am not fit for that but to find a sublike, like I don't know deed whether Lestra-Idolhe drove liked Lis dimpling smile gleamed out, "you once stitute. I have promised my uncle to what. A hundred and some miles an izing, but there was no escape. put a tire on for me, you know. Please marry the first one who is able to be hour on the straight stretches." The two who read were young. County .Surveyor, that." "Oh," Emily faltered, setting down was a splendid fight," sighed let me return the service." "It Rupert's black ejes opened, a slow PHONE J. coffee-po- t The silence was absolute. Lestrange in her plate. the Dick, when they dropped the last Office over F. G. Hurt s furniture store. grin of appreciation crinkled .streaks neither moved nor spoke, gazing down He stopped her eagerly, half turning page. "Yes," Emily assented. "When he of dust and oil as he surveyed tho at her bent head with an expression Lancaster, Kentucky toward Mr. Ffrench, who had put on blending many shades. pince-ne- z to contemplate his comes back, when you see him, give young girl. his "I'll put tire3 on every wheel you "It is a duty; there is no one exnephew in stupefaction, not at his him my congratulations." statement, but at his condition. "When I see him? Why don't you run into control, day and night shifts," cept me," she added. "Only sometimes he acknowledged with sweet cordial- I grow to Hislike it too much. I am "Wait. In the last hour, the Ital- tell bim yourself?" so selfish that sometimes I hope a subian car lost its chain and went ovr Something like a white shadow ity. "But I'm no ft Into a ditch on a back stretch, three wiped the scarlet of excitement from thanks; I guess I'll walk." stitute will never come." IfIfjLj . !i miles from a doctor. People around her cheeks, as she averted her face. Her voice died away. It was done; "He is a gentle pony," she remonpicked the men out of the wreck, and she, Emily Ffrench, had deliberately "I shall not see him; I shall not go strated. "Any one can drive him." Lestrange came up to find that the to the factory any more. It will be He turned a side glance toward tho confided to this stranger that which J5. W. Morrow, Graduate Opticiaz driver was likely to die from a sev- better,-- am sure." an hour before she would have motionless car. Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. ered artery before help got there. "That's all right, but I'm used to beno one cculd force from her puzzled and dismayed, Vaguely Ernily. he stopped, stopped, with vic- Dick sat looking at her, not daring ing killed other ways. I'll be going." lips in articulate speech. And she tory in his hands, bad the Italian lift- to question. "Jack Rupert, do you mean to tell neither regretted nor was ashamed. ed into the mechanician's seat, and although there was time for full reali Emily kept her word during the IJ .v.'?rTrcH"'t'"''' Rupert held him in while they dashed weeks that followed. Through Dick WIHt JMK' .,' zation before ietrange answered. uuT around the course to the hospital. He and Bailey she heard of factory af"I did not believe," he said, "that got him there fifteen minutes before fairs; of tlie sudden increase of orders such things could.be done. It is nonof QUALITY. an ambulance could have reached him, for tho Mercury automobiles, the addsense! It is the kind of situation. I Miss Ffrench, where any man Is justii and the man will get well. But Le- ed prestige gained, and the publ'c strange had lost six minutes. He had favor bestowed on the car. But she fied in interfering, I beg you will leave the affair in my hands and think rushed straight to the doctor's, given saw nothing of the man who was reno more of such morbid them the man. and gone right on, but sponsible for all this. Instead she he had lost six minutes. When peo- went out more than ever before. ple realized what he'd done, they went Their social circle was too painfully Stupefied, Emily flung back her wild. Every one thought he'd lost the exclusive to be large or gay. head, staring at him. LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. race, but they cheered him until they "In hands?" Three times a week it was Mr. "Since there are none better, it ap Will Practice in all State Courts and couldn't shout. And he kept on driv- Ffrench's stately custom to visit the ing. It's all here," he waved the factory and inspect it with Bailey. pears. Why,"- his vivid face questioned TJ. S. District Court. gaudy sheet. "The paper's full of it. At other times Bailey came up to the her full and straightly, "you didn't im. agine that any man living could hear Office over Police Court. Phone 194 He had half an hour to make up six house, where affairs were conducted. minutes, and he did it. He came in But in neither place did Mr. Ffrench what you are doing, and pass on?" "My uncle knows " nineteen seconds ahead of the near- ever come in contact with his manest car. The crowd swarmed out on ager, during all the months while win"Your uncle is not for me to critithe course and fell all over him. Old ter waxed and waned again to spring. cize. But do not ask any other man Bailey's nearly crazy." to let you go on." VETERINARIAN. "That's Bailey's doing," chuckled To see Dick excited would have Dick, when Emily finally wondered Her ideas reeling, she struggled for Former Director Animal Industry Philippine comprehension. United States Army been marvel enough to hold his. audialoud at the circumstance. "He isn't tors mute, if the story itself had not going to risk losing Lestrange because "You, what could you do?" she mar. "You Are Most Kind." Office at Logan's Stable. possessed a quality to stir even veled. "The substitute" our high and mighty uncle falls out 1 .1 j.i.oiie 32 and 432. DANVILLE. KY blood. Emily could orfly sit with him. And it would be pretty-likel- me that you will race with Lestrange "There won't be any substitute," re. every season, and yet you're afraid to plied Lestrange with perfect coolness. and gaze at the headlines of the exto happen if they met. Letended newspaper, her dark eyes wide strange has a temper, you know, even drive a fat cob?" cried the delighted "I shall train Dick Ffrench to do big and shining, her soft lips apart. work." if it doesn't stick out all over him Dick. "I'm not telling anything. I had a "You" to Bailey," Dick like a hedgehog; and "He telegraphed other "I can, and I will." added in the pause. "Ten words: 'First companies would give money to get chum who was pitched out by a hprso he lost control of, and broke his neck. "He can not " across line in Georgia race. Car in him." "Oh, yes, he can; he is just idle and Royal blood and splendid individuality. gravely. It was a sun- I'm taking no chances." fine shape. Lestrange.' That was Emily nodded "How many men have you seen spoiled," the'firm lips set more firmly. ny morning in the first of March, and all." Fall boars and gilts for sale. "He shall take his place, I can handle Mr. Ffrench deliberately passed his the cousins were at the end of the old break their necks out of autos?" "That's in. business," pronounced him." to Emily. park surrounding Ffrenchwood, where ROBINSON. Lancaster, Kv. coffee-po- t J. F. Rupert succinctly. "I'm going on, DarEmily sat quite helplessly, her eyes "You had better take your break- they had strolled before breakfast. e run." is unusual to Lestrange," ling; it's only a black with excitement. Slowly recolfast," he advised. "It "Mr. Bailey likes Mr. TO THE CUSTOMERS OFTHE "Here, wait," Dick urged. "Emily, lection flowed back to her of a change see you noticing business affairs, she commented. I'll stroll around to the sfables with in Dick since his light contact with Dick; I might say unprecedented. I "Likes him! He loves him. You am glad if Bailey's new man is cap know Lestrange lives with him; a him and make one of the men drive .Lestrange; his avoidance of even ochim down. You don't mind my leav casional highballs, his awakening inable of his work, at least. I suppose bachelor household, cozy as grigs." rest, that he could scarcely beyond ing you?" terest in the clean sport of the races, for the Just past here ran the road, "No," Emily answered. "I will wait and his admiration for the do less than take an injured person to a high cedar hedge. While he was virile On account of dull business at this the hospital. Why are you putting speaking, the irregular explosive re- for you." "I almost believe you could," she She might have walked back alone, ports of a motor had sounded down dull season of the year and high rent of sugar in my cup. Emily?" "I don't know," he acknowledged the valley, unmistakable to those fa- if she had chosen. But instead she conceded. present location, I will move my shop "I can," repeated Lestrange. "Only," miliar with the testing of the stripped sat down on a boulder near the hedge, to my house on East Water Street,half helplessly. to disturb any one," cars, and rapidly approaching. Now, folding her hands in her lap like a de- he openly smiled, "it will be hard on "I didn't mean block East of Lexington St, All orders said Dick, sulky and resentful. "It'll asEmily would have answered, the mure child. The house was so dull, so Dickie." called tor and delivered. Phone 340. contrasted It wa8 the touch needed, the anti be a big thing though for our cars, "roar suddenly changed in character, hopelessly monotonous outdoors dote to sentiment. Emily laughed Bailey says. I didn't know you dis- an appalling series of explosions min- with this fresh, h. W. Faulkner, fllgr. liked Lestrange." gled with the grind of outraged ma- and Lestrange in his vigor of life and with him, laughed in sheer mischief and relief and leap of youth. adventure. stiffened in his chair. Mr. Ffrench' chinery suddenly braked, and some glamour of "You will be gentle poor Dickie!" "I have not sufficient Interest in the one shouted above the din. The next "You and Mr. Ffrench are very man to dislike him," was the cold re instant a hupre mass shot past the oth- - good," Lestrange said presently. "I am "I'll be gentle. He is coming now, bukeT "We will change the subject." , er side of the hedge and there followed nfraid I appreciate it more than Ru- I think." He took a step nearer her. Fruit "You"will leave this in my care, wholEmily bent her head, remedying her , a dull crash. pert, though." ly? You will, not trouble about a compremistake with the coffee. She "Is he'really afraid of horses?" "That's one of our men!" gasped hended that her uncle had conceived Dick, and plunged headlong through "I should not wonder; I never tried, substitute?" "I will leave it with you. But you one of his strong, silent antipathies the shrubbery. him. But he is amazingly truthful." young manager, and she was strip of are forgetting your own doctrine; you for the Their eyes met across the Dazed momentarily, Emily stood, sorry. Sorry, although, remembering then caught up her skirts and ran ft-- sunny road as they smiled; again are taking some one else's work to do." Balley's unfortunate-speec- h the night er him. She knew well enough what Emily felt the sudden confidence, "Pardon, I am merely making away of all constraint before Lestrange's engagement was proposed, the testers of the cars risked "Ffrench do his work. I have seen a she was not surprised. But she "Dick!" she, appealed. "Dick!" the direct clarity of his regard. Etc- - looked across to Dick sympathetical"You won your race," she said ir- little more of him than you perhaps But it was not the wreck she antici- ly. So sympathetically, that after 1 imieu iubi uttjL uer uves aa cue uimo relevantly. "I was glad, since you know; I understand what I am undertaking. Moreover, I would forget a Everything for Orchard, Lawn .and breakfast he followed her into the li- - ( through the hedge. On the opposite wanted it." brary, the colored journals in his Bi,je 0f the road "a long low skeleton you," he returned .with great many doctrines to set you free." "Thank GardeiL,OuT prices may interest you "But I did not want "Free?" she echoed; she had the hand. car was standing, one side lurched "What's the t matter with the old( drunkenly down with two wheelB in it that 'way, so far as I was con- sensation of 'being suddenly confrontfor" free Catalogue. No Agts. Write ed sith an open door into the unexgentleman this morning?" he com-- j the gutter. Still In his seat, the driver cerned."' " pected: plained. "He wants the business to was leaning over the steering-whee""et, It was the next step?" & Sons. succeed, doesn't he? If he does, he out of .breath, but laughing a greeting: 'Yes, it was the next stepi I meant "Free." he auletly reasserted. "Free draw thai one;,does notcare to bo victor ,to. live your ought to like what Lestrange is doing to the astonished Dick, breath;" and Jo decide the Lexington Kentucky. breakjto the ftftoring-gay.- " torit. W4af 8 the matter adth him?. he because thejeading cars were wrjeck.- - .cards. Jersey bull Simpson iThtrflVINCl d -- ' Eleanor Mi Ingram not-wa- un-i!- great Questran wnen ir comes, winf thought only of yourself." She drew back; a prescient dismay fell sharply across her late relief, a panic crossed with strange delight. "He's off," called Dick, emerging nder3on from the pirk "I mad.', take him down with the limousine At least, Rupert is driving while Anderson sits alongside and holds on; when they came to the turn in the avenue, your previous mechanician took it full speed and then apologized for going so slowly because, as he said he was la ue an amateur and likely to upset really a good driver. Lestrange "Prctt lair." leturned Lr:3trnga "seienely, from his seat on the edg of the ditched machine. "When I'm not using him, he's employed as one of the factory car testers; and when we're racing I give him the wheel if I want to fix anything. However. I'm obliged to BLOCKADED Every Household In Lascaster Skn!d Know How To Resist It. The brak tt.cj ache because- - th; ru-ny- s ar? DiookadeU. Bobbg-Mcrrt- ll S.W EEN eV. I n. Dtt..Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. IJi-nn- 1 J. PATRICK, II.-Et- han breaking here, instead of leaving me to a long wait in the wilds. Come down to the shop tomorrow at six, and Rupert" and I will even up by taking you for a run." "."Who; me? You're asking me?" "Why not? It's exhilarating." Dick removed his hat and ran his lingers through his hair, gratification sole" agents for the United States. and alarm mingling in his expression Remember the name Doan's and with somewhat the effect of the small take no other. hoy who is first invited into a pamo with his older brother's clique. "You er. wouldn't smash me up?" he hesitated. "I haven't smashed up Rupert or Sale Of myself, so far. If you feel timid, never mind, of course; I'll take my usual Foster-Milbur1-- m that steering-knuckl- e for Help the kidneys with their work. The back will ache no more. Lots of proof that Doan's Kidney Pills do this. It's the best proof, fcr it come; from "Lancaster Mia. J. W Puniphre, Dan.ille L"t . Lancaster. Ky.. says. experienjtf with Kidney Piiis Jead-- me to say that they live up to the claims made for them. I suffered a great chal from backache and could not sleep well. On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was unable to attend to my housework. Being advised to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial, I did so, procuring a supply at Frisbie's Drug Store. They helped me from the first and I was soon relieved." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n cents, Co., New York, 'fy s r- Commissione r's good-nature- d, M. K. Denny, comnanion." Dick flushed all over his plump face, the Ffrench blood up at last. exGarrard Circuit Court. "I was only joking." he hastily Plaintiff, "I'll come. It's only that Garr. Scott & Company, plained. vou're so confoundedly reckless someVS. Leslie T. Bradshaw, Defendant, glinting Persuant to a judgement of the Gar- Lestrange gave his smile as he rose to salute Emily. to rrd Circuit Court, rendered in the above styled cause at its November "All risht. If you don't get down I'll cull for you." Term 1911. the undersigned commiss tho factory in time. ioner win on he promised. MONDAY. JANUARY, 22nd, 1912. co.vriUED this day being County Court day, between the hours of 11 o'clock A. M. and 12 o'clock noon, sell at public out cry, in Iront of Conn Brothers machine shop in the town of Lancaster, Ky. to Vj the highest and best bioder the follow.e 323113 R1 ing personal property, to wit-;- One IS hotae-powdoUDle traction engine No. 145U9, and such usual appurtenances as may be with the same, manufactured In a letter from Branch-lan- d, by Garr, Scott &. Company, cab and two W. Va., Mrs. Elizatanks. beth Chapman says: "I The purpose of this sale is to satisfy suffered from womanly a debt ot the piantiff Garr, Scott & Company against the defendant Leslie troubles nearly five years. T. Bradshaw amounting debt and interAll the doctors in the counest, to date of sale to the sum of Twenty did me no good. I took ty one Hundred and eighty one dollars Cardui, and now I am enand eighty six cents, ($2,181.86) and the tirely well. I feel like a cost approximating onenui.uttu ai.uten dollars and hlty nve cents ($110.55) oi new woman. Cardui saved court proceedings, for which judgment my life! All who suffer has been rendered in the above styled from womanly trouble action. The propertywill be sold as a come." fine, Personalty, y times. Lestrange, and But I'll s Or. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Sw.-.itpy- Surgeor j - and Dentist. s sio wuyo a er 13. IF. "Walter. ! hTj. tinsley, i9-- e should give Cardui a trial." whole. E61 trw ma Rna sm im h tgM - horse-chauffeu- r, n Z x Ihe Woman's Tonic 1 be-liev- Mowers we-- Ware McRoberts. J. E. Robinson, self-sacrifice-." 59 years of proof have W. H. BROWN, convinced those who tested Hi Master Commissoner Garrard Circuit Court. it, that Cardui quickly reJ. E. Robinson, C. C. Bagby, Attys. lieves aches and pains due to womanly weakness, and helps nature to build up weak women to health and H -aa strength. Thousands of ma women have found Cardui to be a real life saver. Why not test it for your case? Take Cardui today! TERAISrSaid sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security, bearing intre3t at six per cent per anum from date of sale, with a lien retained upon the property sold to secure the payment of the purchase money, and said bond to have the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity. Henry L.Casey,D.v.s !511i4 3 J" A BEAZLEY cVCQ l WJ-SJ- a f J M tell you how, -- nd paybstraariet prices. We arc dealers; established Vfit and ml K5;agentsczn do BETTER for you W or commission mcr-than chants, inferences any bank ia Lou- - IB Isville. V.'rite for wee'kly price list. Wk "7c 1 UJ Funeral Director LlTiDalmer Rpsldence Phonp non-sporti- 3p i i Ostlers f.l. SABEL 33 n in F'J35, K'OES, WOOL. &. SONS e Hwfei su to:ji37iu icy. H H fl umce Phnnp j 6L' Oakdale Herd of HH1HHW ' LANCASTER. KY. Registered Durocs Z a I ft j Li J , J. t ' Lyf I two-mil- Lancaster I Dry Cleaning Co half-wistf- ul driver-manage- r. A Warm Bathroom JiBi'lk C - Perfection Every mother should be careful that the children take their baths in a warm .room. The chill of a cold room is dangerous after coming out of the hot water. wind-tosse- d ultra-moder- n and Shade Trees 'a t l iiI ) Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, the-fallin- g A Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater brings bathroom or bedroom to just the degree of warmth you want in five or ten minutes. All vou have to do is to touch a match. Yhc Perfection Healer burns nine hours on one filing and k always ready for use. You can move it anywhere it is needed. There is no waste of fuel and heat warming unoccupied rooms. Just the heat you want, when and where, you want it. flame spreader The Peifectfon is filled with an automatic-lockin- g That prevents the wick being turned high enough to smoke' aad it easy to remove and drop back when cleaning. Drums finished either in turquoise-blu- e enamel or plain steel ; Eghi aad mental, yet strong and durable suitable fot aay room ia any house. Dc!er rrerrwkerej or write to tny ajeacr of ihe I A equal-simplicit- y. ana. S"T H.r.Hillenmeyer -- -- l, mj oyjh-lifeLan- d- Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) EKafeisj&fc3BWi jr. "."V -- V A 1 V- -- '- VfSL-- w; &.gy-aauM- f "S.JT .. .-'"!.: XLSi- JLs.. Tl tammjmk -- - i liaHMftriiri-- n i ia -' t ', - - - . V 55 -- r vha t, r y jz.- - 4 '- - SL4eir.ssa3n Our Beautiful Line- of Carpets and Druggets - to EFORE HHH B OU BUY C2 Give Liberally And ( i I I 9x12 Axminister Druggets in Choicest and Newest 9x12 Smith Tapestry Brussels Druggets in Patterns $20.00. good new patterns $12.50. The Carpet Store of Lancaster, Ky. Freely. Fine Mechanic. JR i The Joseph Mercantile Co. Madison Tobacco "Warehouse INCORPORATED I I Gossip About V People A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly These Wt Are Interested In. v js Go, fully with the family of their brother, W. J. Kinnaird on West Cumberland Avenue, returned to their home at Lancaster last Saturday morning. Mrs. Maria Kirby, who was also the guest of her brother, returned home Wednesday noon. Middlesboro at News Record. Supervisors Meet. Located on Third Street L. & A. Depot. Richmond, Ky. last season and feel better prepared and We gave satisfaction to our customers with that season's experience, we are that qualified to serve our customers. G. R. and D. B. Carpenter were visiting relatives this week. Herbert Kinnaird spent Sunday at Miss Nox-O'Hearn has returned home. from a visit to friends in Richmond. Mr. Chas.Dunn has accepted a posiFred P. Frisbie is at home after a tion at Curreys Grocery. stay of two months in New York City. Miss Margaret Steward of Elizabeth-tow- n Mr. Charles Ballew has been a rehas been the guest of Mrs. C. C cent visitor in Richmond. a Experienced men in all departments. We will get you the highest market price for your tobacco. Free accommodation for teams. Free Insurance. Light. Courteous Treatment. A square deal to all. Splendid Miss Rella Arnold has been in Stanford visiting Mrs. J. W. Acey. Brown. Dr. Chas Zimmer of Pomeroy Ohio is here visiting his parents Mi, and Mrs. DIRECTORS. Elzie C. Million, T. J. Curtis, Elmer Deatherage, C. H. Vaught, Thos. Marion Coy, J. Smith. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph is visiting her R. Zimmer. daughter in Chattanooga, Tenn. Mrs Huffman and jittle J. Milton Elliott of Lexington is the daughter are reported quite ill of tyguest of Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Mc Elliott. phoid fever. Mrr. C. D. Powell was called to Mrs. Stephen Walker Jr. is visiting Richmond by the death of her sister her sister. Mrs. Elbert Smith of Jellico Mrs. W. T. Short. Tenn. Mrs. J. B. Paxton of Stanford was Mr. Clay Blakeman, of Kirksville, called here by the death of her father was a recent visitor to Mr. and Mrs. Mr. A. C. Robinson. The Charity Organization has been The City Supervisors, Messrs George T. Farris, A. H. Bastin and George permanently effected and is now in or Smith Sr, have completed their labors working order. The Committee and adjourned. They raised the as- permanent organization, Rev C. C. sessable property of the city about Brown and Mr. Booth Sutton, at the $16,000. above what was shown on the meeting last Thursday evening submitted a splendid set of rules fpr the Assessors books. The county Board of Supervisors government of the organization, which was in session all of last week and will were adopted. Mr. Robert Embry was consume five days of this week, they elected Treasurer. The committee apbeing entitled to eleven days in which pointed to solicit donations, of which to complete their labors. The board Mr. James A. Beaslpy is the chairman, consists of Messrs Hogan Ballard, are busily engaged soliciting funds and James P. Bourne, F. B. Marksburry, donations with which to carry on the Thomas Slavin and C. M. Moberly. good work, and are meeting with sucThey have issued a great number of cess. summon's for the people of the county This is a worthy cause, one of the to come before them and show cause, most worthy ever instituted in Lancasif they can, why their property value ter, and if you have not contributed, do so at once. "He that giveth to the should not be raised. poor lendeth to the Lord", and a bet"A Girl Of The Mountains." Mr. Brisco Conn, who has worked for years in the finest machine shops n Cincinnati, and who has recently ooen in Lancaster in charge of garage v jrk, has been employed by the Danville Ice & Coal Company to take charge of the mechanical work of its garage. He has already arrived and is now at work. Danville Advocate. New Insurance Firm. Messrs T. R. and Ewing Stults have located in Lancaster and under the firm name of Stults & Stults will open up an insurance office, they represent the Citizens National Life and the Continental Fire Companies, two splendid companys, and we bespeak for them a liberal patronage. The gentlemen come from Springfield, Ky. where ter opportunity than the present was as County Clerk the elder Stults served of Washington county. never offered to succor the poor. The Why Not Beautify It Somewhat. for many years MrirMfrtfMrFg.irrUiuiiJi?H. OSIliiJliSdillllllilSr 6 g GO TO THE Creamery FOR COAL Each the best in its Class. 1 i ft "Straight Creek," "Bennett I Block" and "Hermatige I i Cannel." f H. ft J. A. Swope, assistant secretary at Miss Mary Arnold is in London for a the Y. M. C. A. at Lexington was a visit of several weeks to Mr. and Mrs. visitor here this week. W. A. Arnold. Mrs. T. B. Walker and sons George Mr. and Mrs. John M. Mount have and Thomas left a few days since to been recent guests of Mrs. James reside in Nicholasville. Lynn of Stanford. Woods Graves of Paint Lick and Jim Elder E. C. Lacey will preech at the Ballard spent Sunday "with Mr Hayden Antioch Christisn church the 4th Sun- Leavell of 'Gilberts Creek, Ky. day of this month. Miss Sue Shelby Mason is at home Mr. Adolph Joseph has returned after a pleasant visit to her sister from a three weeks visit to friends in Mrs. Roy Asa Haynes of Hillsboro, Peru Indiana and Chicago, 111.. Ohio. Wesley King and Miss Lucy Jones Dr E. H. Pearce was unable to be of this county were united in marriage here for the week of prayer being at by Rev. 0. P. Bush officiating. e the of his wife who is very ill Mrs. W. R. Marrs, of Knoxville, in Danville. came Thursday to visit her parents Miss Mary Noel and Mrs. J. P. Parks Mr. and Mrs. John E. Anderson. of Danville have' returned home after a Mrs. Henry Simpson and little daugh- very pleasant visit to their sister Mrs. ter Elizabeth Logan Simpson have' re- J. B. Woods. turned from a short stay with LexingMrs Minnie Robinson of Hustonville ton relatives. came over for the funeral of Mr A. C. The Chautauqua Circle met last Sat-- 1 Robinson and is the' guest of Mrs Emurday at the home of Mrs. Fred P. ma Kauffman.and daughter. Frisbie. This week it will meet" with Mr. Robert H. Irvine, son of Prof. the Misses Gill. J. L. Irvine who bed-sid- R. S. Brown. "A Girl of The Mountains", Lem B. organization already has several calls Parker's new ve rsion of his successful for assistance, and food, clothing and four act society drama, which comes to funds must be had to meet these dethe Opera House on Saturday night mands, If one of the committee does Jan, 13. It tells a love story that is not call on you, call up one of the ofsweet and true, and a dramatic story ficers, or if you desire to give clothing that is intenseand stirring. Very few or some like article other than money, plays have the sterling strength, force ' Mr. Herron will accept it and make and humor that is all combined so proper disposition of it. During this splendidly in this comedy drama. "A severe weather there is much suffering Girl of the Mountains" will be pre and distress, and all of us should do as sented by an exceptionally fine cast, much as we are able toward relieving with magnificent stage settings, in- it. Make your donations to the Charity cluding all mechanical and electrical Board and you may rest assured that effects. This is not a picture show but it will reach a worthy object. is a good comedy drama and has showed at the Lexington Opera House this Barns Burned In Garrard County, Suspicweek. Do not miss this show as it is a ion Points To Their Having Been dandy, curtain goes up promptly at 8 o'clock. Tobacco. Set Fire And Men Suspected Of The Crime Are Be- V. BASTIN. 11115 Se Your -- sTo"bacco TO LANCASTER TOBACCO . WAREHOUSE Stanford Street; 4 jt" Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales, No Commission to Pay. Telephone 18,6. & Webny yonrTbhaceo at Highest Market Price unload the same day. -- 'i.- for the fiftieth sary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. John Celebrate Golden Wedding. m E. Anderson on the 9th. Mrs. John E. Stormes entertained Mr. and Mrs. John E. Anderson Morning Bridge Club Thursday at her celebrated their fiftieth wedding anhandsome home 'on Richmond street. niversary ir home on Lexington A dainty luncheon was served. street in this city on last Tuesday. Mrs. R. E. Hughes and little daugh- Their children, Mrs. W. R. Mar.rs of ter Margaret Elkin' Hughes have re- Knoxville Tenn. Mrs. W. T. Brownturned to their home in Louisville af- ing of Lexington Ky., Mrs. Frank Bacon of Kansas City Mo. and Mr. ter a visit to Lancaster relatives. Mrs. Matt Walton of Lexington Samuel Anderson of Gallatin Tenn. and came last Monday for the Anderson Misses Bettie and Allie Anderson of golden wedding Tuesday and was the this city, together with a host of friends of the popular couple were guest of Mrs. Emma G. Kauffman. present to help in the celebration of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Bacon and the joyous occasion. A bounteous lun children of Kansas City arrivee Mon cheon, such as Mrs. Anderson is noted day and were with Mr. and Mrs. John for, was served, and the memory of E. Anderson for their golden wedding. the good things which ladened the Dr. John A. Snowden of Winchester, tables will long linger in the minds of was in the City Thursday on his way those who were so fortunate as to atto Bryantsville to see Mrs. Halcomb tend. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson received who is very sick with cardiac droysy. many handsome presents, chief among which was a goodly portion of gold The Womans Club met Wednesday coin. The Hecord joins the many afternoon at the church with Mrs. friends of the happy celebrants in the Frank B. Marksbury as leader, subwish that they may live to celebrate ject, "The period immediately followmany more anniversaries. ing the Civil War. " Miss Marguerite Kinnaird enter Solves A Deep Mystery. tained from 4 to 6 Friday afternoon "I want to thank you from the botthe honor guest being her attractive tom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, visitor Mrs. Mary Phillips of Lebanon. Lewisburg, W. Va., "for the wondAn inviting luncheon added much to of erful double benefit I got from Electric the enjoyment of the occasion. Bitters, in curing me of both a severe JOur old friend, J. C. Rucker, for- case of stomach trouble and of rheuma merly with the Citizens Bank in this tism, from which I had been an almost city, but now with the Phoenix Third helpless sufferer for ten years. It suitNational of Lexington, spent last ed my case as though made just for me Sunday and New Years visiting his old For dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice friends here. Jim has a warm spot in and to rid the system poi ons his heart for Middlesboro and would that cause rheumatism, Electric bitters . has no equal. Try them. Every bottle and return on the least pretext Mises.Lillian and Kathryn Kinnaird, is guaranteed to satisfy. Only 60c at ' ' lm who'spent'the- - holidays very delight R. E. McRoberts & Son.- - " at-the- Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Rice of Louis- at the head of the old Lancaster Acville were guests on Saturday of Mrs. ademy, was married on January 6th to Howard Rice at the home of Mrs. H. Miss Minnie Baurrman of Louisville, Ky. They will make their home in St. A. B. Marksbury. Dr. Bosworth and wife of Knoxville Louis Mo. where Mr. Irvine is encame Monday Anniver- gaged in business. for many years was -- hind The Bars. The Garrard county tobacco crop is moving rapidly nowadays and is being There has been several barns burned divided between the local market, the in the eastern part of the county within loose leaf markets at Lexington, Dan- the last month and the officers have ville and Richmond, while some few been keeping the matter exceedingly crops will be shipped to the Louisville quiet and working upon a clew which breaks. The present crop is bringing they hoped would lead to the capture from 7 to 25 cents, according to quality and conviction of the men suspected of and condition. setting fire to the structures. About this time last year the Record One night about three weeks ago advised the farmers to exercise great passers by discovered a barn near the care in the handling of thair crop, and home of Mr. Jesse Simpson on fire, but predicted that a well handled crop by quick work they succeeded in extinwould bring a good price. This pre- guishing the flames, scarcely wa3. this diction is being fulfilled every day, but done however, when a barn about 300 we are very sorry to say that there is yards distant on Mr. Simpson's place a great deal of tobacco from this coun- was seen to be in flames and beyond ty now bringing from 7 to 10 cents, control, the latter barn together with which had it been properly handled : 5000 pounds of tobacco was a total loss. wouiu nave commanaea iwice inai Mullikins blood hounds were secured price. and were on the scene early the next No man. can successfully conduct a morning, and furnished a clue which business with which he is not thorough led to the arrest of Luther Simpson ly conversant;the raising of tobacco is a and OetLel East, two men of the neighbusiness, and unless a farmer is tho borhood, charged with firing the strucroughly conversant with the proper tures of Mr. Jesse Simpson. They methods of raising and handling it, he were brought to town and lodged in jail cannot hope to make a success of grow- and we have a straight tip from County ing it. It is of equally as much value Attorney J. E. Robinson, who has been to a farmer to have an expert tobacco ' active in the efforts to bring the culraiser in his service as it is for a mer- - prits to justice, that East will make a chant to have an expert clerk behind clean breast of the whole matter and his counter, or and able man in charge will implicate Luther Simpson; the lat of his books. The soil of Garrard ter is now under indictment in the Gar county produces as good hurley to- rard Circuit Court charged with furbacco as that of any county in this or nishing tools and aiding prisoners to esany other state; the better crops com cape from the county jail. Two other mand as much if not more than that of bams in that section of the county other counties, The reason for so were burned recently, one belonging to much of it bringing a low"price is there- John Simpson, which contained nothing fore obvious; it is due to improper of much value, and which was insured handling, or in many cases careless for $300., the other belonging to Henry ness. Teater, in which there was several The time is rapidly approaching when head of stock, provender, farming imthe farmer will be getting ready for plements and .some tobacco, and which the crop of 1912, beds are burned in was insured for $900. There is no clue February and March, and right then is to the origin of the latter two fires. the time to begin to exercise the proThere was never cause for, never per care to secure a good crop. If you was any and we hope and believe there contemplate raising a crop and do not will never be any "night riding" in understand the art of tobacco raising Garrard county, and this incendiarism thoroughly, it will be to your advant- is a disgrace to a civilized community, age to procure someone who does, and the officers are determined that it there are lots of expert raisers in the shall be stopped, and they are now on county, many-o- f whom haye not as yet the right track for the stamping out of made arrangements for the coming the atrocious practise. The tracing of crop, you will find in the end that the the crime to the door of the suspected Increase in price which you will realize men was a neat bit of detective work, will amply repay you for the extra ex- and the officers are determined, if they pense involved. are found guilty, to administer to them, There has been a hue and cry raised such a dose as they deserve, and one every year for the past few years that that will serve as a warning to all such "tobacco would be worth nothing this characters in the future. year", but we have notseen yet, nor do we believe that we will soon see.the Wanted: A man to cultivate adout 5 time when tobacco, properly handled, acres of tobacco and some, corn,'" good house. Will Ward Lancaster, Ky. fails to bring a good price. J -- We suppose that the reason the Park has been allowed to "go to rack" so badly was because it was thought that it would be utilized as a site for the Government building; be that as it may however, for the past year it has been a loafing place for the idle, a playground for the urchins and a kennel for all stray dogs, and has been so persistently used for these purposes that it is hardly suitable for any other. Occupying as it does the most prominent position in the town, it naturally is the first thing to attract the attention of a stranger, either by its beauty or otherwise. Now that the probability of it being used by the Government seem3 to have gone a glimmering, it should be made presentable; the iron fence which surrounds it straightened up, the benches placed in good repair, or replaced with new ones, the trees trimmed and the dead ones removed, the bare places sown with grass seed and a general improvement made of the present dilapidated appearance which it presents. The question of title cuts no figure in this matter, for whoever owns it either town or county, are surely going to leave it right where it now stands, and are not going to use it for any e. so why not make it look a little less like a rubbish receptacle. If the town does not choose to go to this expense, it should be done by private subscription. Surely for the pride of the town, this matter is worthy of some-onconsideration. pnr-poses MR. ALEXANDER C. DUNN. Former Respected Gtlzen And Popular Merchant Of Lancaster, Dies At His Home In Danville. The Danville Messenger contains the following account of the death of Mr. Alexander C. Dunn, which occured in Danville on January-2d- . Mr. Dunn was born in and was long a resident of Lancaster, and is well known to our older citizens, he being a merchant, and both he and his estimable family greatly loved and respected by our people "After an illness confined him to his bed for more than a year, Mr. Alex C. Dunn died, at his residence, on Lexington street, at eight o'clock, Tuesday evening. Mr. Dunn has been near death's door for some time, but his wonderful vitality enabled him to cling to life much longer than even his physician could hope for. He wa3 in his year. Mr. Dunn was born d and spent most of his life m Lancas:- . eight-secon- ter, where, as a citizen and,, leading merchant, he won the respect of every one. He moved from Lancaster to Richmond, coming from the latter city to Danville. He was considered one of the best dry goods men in the state in his day. and has sold thousands of dollars worth of goods in the three counties in which he resided. He was a faithful member of the Baptist church and devoted to every thing pertaining to advancement of the Master's cause. He is survived by his faithful wife, and two children, Mrs. W. B. McMur-ra- y, of Indianadolis, and Mrs. Harry Simms, of Danville. Funeral services were conducted at the residence, yesterday afternoon, by Dr. Cecil V. Cook the interment taking place at Bellevas. Cemetery. .. , qpfc gy, call, on us Herndon & Walker. - If you are thinking of baying i lfc 1 "TV" .. .; t W. O, Rigney FunereS Director WJW?-1- ' IJ? J&fiJ?wi ?- - r I YOU'Li; FIND IT IN TfflS COIUMN. s J s4 - r -- &sbe&s& v j"a 'IPf:; jfeSTyvv vegetables. D. T. We handle everything in fruit and Davidson & Doty. The Danville Oompaiw, o I QDiBCO Country Sorghum, 75cts a gallon at ill ft PA n ft 9! se si tJHizU J ; M s and H me Phone 33. Emba!mer. Office Phone 18. Brummette. anything in Call 181, when you need Lancaster, Ky. the Grocery or Meat line. Davidson & Doty. We pay highest market price for but- WwmW i!f VISII Street "WKT & m. tb o ter. Turner & Carpenter. LY TO MY FRIEMDS AND NEIGHBORS. Our meats cant be beat and are not equaled by any in town. Davidson & Doty. We pay cash for eggs until Jan 15th, Bring them to us at 25cts per dozen. Turner & Carpenter. Make The Following Report This Week Danville, Ky., January 6th, 1912. Farmer Tobacco iNrnuroiiATEP. SUCCESSORS TO Warehouse Co. Richmond Tobacco Warehouse COMPANY, wants to sell your EEsis33&a' ki s&sk H&safF"&23$r (gFjOrk a&E? Additional light and floor space and plenty of room to shelter your tobacco. We furnish stalls for teams Free. Give us a trial before going elsewhere. Near L. & N. Depot, Richmond. Phone No 25 ir THE NATIONAL BANri OF LANCASTER. Capita! $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. J. E. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. I Your Aec Oilill Come in and Settle. We Th monev. & We need it NOW not next week or next month, but NOW. J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO. DAVE, the RE DSTAR COAL Man will M i the balance of December, at $3.00 per square for cash Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. Arnolds hand made buggies are sold to Too and guaranteed by Herndon & Walker. This busy To day I am leafing old Kentucky the best state and people in the world. out We sold over Buy an Arnold buggy and you will be For a three months stay in the sunny pleased Herndon & Walker. south. My first stop will bo Atlanta days over pounds. Georgia. From there on towards Mr. Alex Denny lost his pocket book Florida and during my stay in the south good I will make a three weeks visit to Ok- containing money and papers, on Wedto The nesday afternoon. Finder return and lahoma and the Indian Territory. land of the Red Men where the secret receive reward. on of my Great Lilian Remedies were Remember we want your trade; if discovered. The greater part of my we once get it, we will keep it, because we of sold life has been spent with the North you will be so well pleased with our Western Indian and I want to make a goods that you will trade no where else to visit now to the South Western InDavidson & Dotv. dians to pick up all the knowlege I believe now as a can in my line of remedies. I want to Notice Of Dissolution. spiritSix on at see the difference between the North By the written consent of all of the and South Western Indians. The peoyou ed. ple of Kentucky shall have the advant- stockholders of the Camp Nelson Lumber Company, a corporation, the said age of all the knowledge I can derive tobacco, over of Danville Tobacco from nature's own people the Indians, coryoration will be dissolved. All parties having claims against same will present seventeen years ago I left my old Company on is conceded by to the undersigned for payment i home then a boy of fifteen to face the them and all persons being indebted to said cold world and m; ke a living for my Kentucky. Auctioneer ! self as a cow boy on the wild western corporation are notified to settle. 1911. plains. As I left my old home a fun-i- y Dec. 21st. Holman C. Glass. Pres. sensation crept over me as I thought of the loved ones I was leaving behind, An Exception: The Foundling. my father, brother and my chums. To Every mother's son of us has rela tav : lli train iinl! nut. nf ,;inP!i:t.r ti ics he doesn't like. Chicago News I have a touch of the same feeling, I have been in Lancaster a little over a Best for Asthma, Catarrh, Bronchitis year and I have learned to love the Why need any one suffer from any people of Garrard county and I dont throat or nose trouble when soothing like to say good bye. I have been in twenty one states and I have never healing HYOMEI is guaranteed to banmet such people and warm friends as I ish all misery or money back. "The undersigned herewith recom have met in Kentucky and most escounty, since I have mends HYOMEI to all who are afflicted pecially Garrard decided to leave Lancaster I guess at with asthma, catarrh, or bronchitis. li'ast one hundred people have met mo HYOMEI was used by my wife for Vice-Pre- s. S. Sec. H. C. and tendeied their regrets on my leav- bronchitis and asthma and I used it for ing Lancjhter and numbers of them bvonchitis'and sore throat. has asked me not to forget them, no It has given relief and permanent re matter where I go I will never forget sults and I write these few lines for the the people of old Garrard county, I am benefit of all who are afflicted with the a friend to all of you and I know you ailments named above." Theodore Boeh are to me as you have shown me you Ian, Traffic Manager of the Concordia were. Numbers of people has asked Publishing House, Cor. Jefferson Ave. me whue they would get my medicines ' and Miami St. Concordia, Kas. Jan. & Son and when 1 was gone, is my 2nd, 1911. R. E. McRoberts everywhere sell Hyomei. A home and my office, A letter dropped , druggest including inhaler costs in tne post office here in Lancaster complete outfit 1.00. Extra bottles if needed 50 cents will reach me any time as I will have Garrard Circuit Court. my mail forwarded to me every day, Just breathe it. ... Henry T. Idle and Others. Petitioners. address it Lancaster, Ky and I will Breeding Place of Suspicion. On Petition. get it. Every grocery store in Lancas The man who is unwilling to trust Persuant to a judgment of the Gar-ter sells my Creme Soap J. E. Storms anybody acquit es his caution through rard Circuit Court, rendered in the ' Drug Store sells all of my remedies introspection. More money, more pounds and Highest Average Price of any above styled cause at its November and are my agents in Lancaster Ky. Term 1911, the undersigned commisson-e- r house in Lexington for the entire week; having sold 814,200 lbs. Hei.ry Kuhlman & Son Lowell Ky, will on for $84,743.67; average price per pound $10.60. Will sell again Old Soldier tortured. sells all my remedies. Coy Sanders at Monday and Tuesday and again Thursday and Friday. We put MONDAY, JANUARY 22nd, 1912, Stone Ky, Sells all my remedies, any "For years I suffered unspeakable 500,000 pounds oh the floor at one sale and can put 150 loaded wag this day being County Court day, be- of the above stores will sell you a 45 torture from indigestion, constipation tween the hours of 11 o'clock A. M. ons on the drive-wayYou don't have to stand your wagon on i days treatment of Pursley's Indian anl liver trouble," wrote A. K. Smith, ' and 12 o'clock noon, sell at public out the streets at this hause. Bring on your tobacco. We will unload Herbs for $1.00, a bottle of cow boy a war veteran at Erie, Pa., "but Dr. ' cry. in front of the Court House door you and send your teams home and then gpt you the highest price cake of Creme King's New Life Pills fixed me all in Lancaster. Ky. to the highest and j Liniment for 2.r)cts, a for your tobacco. Call either phone 964. Soap for lOcts or 3 cakes for 25 cts. right. They're simply great." Try best bidder the following real property. Following are some of our prices for the week ending Januto wit:-- l remi- - . them for any stomach, liver or kidney , You know me and you know my This property is in Garrard County, ary 6th, 1912. dies it you havnt tncu them ask" your trouble. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts Ky., about two miles from Lancaster, Garrett Watts, Lexington, Ky., Average 15cts. J. B. Winn, neighbor who has tried them for rheu- & Son. lm Ky.,,on the Buckeye and Lancaster! Versaills, Ky.. average 15cts. Neal & Sanders, Harrodsburg, turnpike road; beginning at a stone at matism, stomach trouble, kidney disKy., average 162ts. Onstott & Osb3rne, Lancaster, Ky., average the north post of a pair of bars in Al- Nervous troubles, bad blood, No Trouble to Carry Raisins. eases. S 3& W 50 poles to dridge's 16cts. Twyman & Wardel, Versaills, Ky., average 16$ct3. Brown Hoy "'Mother wants a gollon of ker a beech tree, corner to Doleys s on the loss of sleep, loss of appetite, female & Marion. Nicholasville, Ky., average 16Jcts. W. D. Watts, S trouble?, they do the work. Call on osene and a pound ol raisins" Grocer south side of a small branch;-thenc- e Lexington, Ky , average iejccs. D. I. Prewitt, Teatersville, Ky. "All right, shall I send them 70i E 82 poles to a stone, corner to the above stores and get a 45 days average 17cts. Hall & Brn23, Laxington, Ky., average $17.70. Roy 'You may send the same: thence S 62S ESO poles to the around?" treatment of Pursley's Indian Herbs kerosene and I'll take the raisins " corner of a drain in the Buckeye Turn Barkley & Montgomery. Nicholasville, Ky., average $18.75 Stone and get all that cold out of your syse pike N42L8 poles to the & Bryant, Nicholasville, Ky.. average $19.20. Leslie Bruner. center of the said road; thence N 30 tem it may save you a big doctor bill. Bryantsyille, Ky., average $20.30. e E 43. 78 poles to the center of Saved Two Lives. They will only cost you $1.00. N G9 W 86 poles to the beginn Now Friends I vill say Good Bye to "Neithei my sister nor myself might ing, containing 22 acres-- 1 rood, and 17 you all, I wish each and every one of be living if it had not been for poles. This is the same tract of land you a happy and prosperous new year Dr. King's New Discovery" writes A. inherited by the petitionei-- from Jennie Idle and which was conveyed to Jennie and good health. D. McDonald of Fayetteville, N. C. R. Idle by George Leavell by deed dated Your Friend. F. D. No. 8 "for we both had fright- February 12th. 1896 and recorded in J. J, Pursley (Dakota Jack) ful coughs that no other remedy could the Garrard County Clerks office in page 262. Night. Open Day help. We were told my sister had con- Deed Book 13, of this sale is to divide LEXINGTON, KY. The purpose Death In Roaring Fire " sumption. She was very weak and had the proceeds arising from the sale may not result from the work of fire- night sweats but your wonderful medi- among the joint owners of the real esbugs, but often severe burns are caus- cine completely cured us both. It's the tate described herein. The tract of land will be sold as a ed that makes a quick need for Buck-len- 's best I ever used or heard of." For whole and not by the acre. Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest sore lungs, coughs, colds, hemorrhage, TERMS: Said sale will be made on cure for burns, wounds, bruises, boils, lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup, a credit of six months and the purchassores, It soothes and heals. Drives off whooping cough, all bronchial troubles, er will be required to give bond with skin eruptions, ulcers or piles. Only its supreme. Trial bottle free. 50c and approved security bearing interest at of 6 per cent per annum from the 25c at R. E, McRoberts & Son. lm $1.00. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts dateratesale, with a lien retained on of & Son. lm the land to secure the payment of the bond to have the Knccker. purchase money;-sai- d "One thing about Jinx; he never force and effect of a judgement upon 357 H G. A. Ballard Variations o- the Kiss. Residence 2 M below Lowell on R. R. ccmes into one's office without knock It Is an a:t of politeness In parts which execution may issue if not paid Residence Crab Orchard Sc 397 Miss Fannie Bishop maturity. ing." "Another thing 'about Jinx is of Germany to kiss the hand of a at Residence Water St. W. H. BROWN 165 F. G. Hurt that he never goes anywhere without lady, but in Italy this nrivilege Is alResidence 3 M Richmond pike. J. Q. Mahan 'mocking " Houston Post. lowed only to near relatives, while Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit 339-- J 363-- S Residence 6 M Lexington pike. W. Mahah Court. J. in Russia it is ?xtended to Hissing the 374-- S Residence 7 M Flat Woods. G. A. Morgan J. W. Harlon Atty, Jan 22 1912. forehead BEAUTY TRUTHS. Dressmaking. 186 Misses Moss & Lay v Vetinary Surgeon. 365 Dr. R. L. Pontius Pimples, Sal'owness, Blotches And Dull R. E. McRoberts & Son Guarantees Par383-Residence Bright's Bend. James Rankin : 384-Residence 3 M Old Danville Pike. . T. C. Rankin isian Sage For Falling Hair And TOO MUCH LOVE Eyes Caused by Stomach. Grocery Campbell St. 213 Turner & Carpenter Dandruff. Too much love "for fun, frolic and 381 Miss Margaret Zanone Residence Crab Orchard St. Beauty is only skin deep, but that's food causes stomach, liver, kid- Paste this in your telephone book. We want you to know that the girl rich and nervous troubles. deep enough to satisy most women, alOther i ney with the Auburn hair is on every bottle remedies Help you Dut jjijmim t so men. SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures The In order to keep the skin in a clear, and carton of PARISIAN SAGE. Ky. . Telephone Co. Incorporated. you to know this for your your Our discoverer, ten year?, a We want clean, healthy condition, the stomach sufferer with the must supply the blood plenty of nutri- own protection, for there are many im- miserable and RHEUMATISM above for troubles, tion. As long as the stomach is .out of itations and it is an easy matter to get years, was cured in one week. To order and the blood lacks proper nour- the spurious article. prove our remedy, while they last B You can always get the genuine PAR regular size Dottles omy 25c at, ishment the skin will be affected. If you want a perfect skin that you ISIAN SAGE at R. E. McRoberts & Stormes Drug Store, will be proud of, take a week's treat- Son for only 50 cents a bottle they will ment of stomach tablets. iot deceive you. Get a fifty cent box today, and if PARISIAN SAGE is rigidly guaranyou are not satisfied after a week's teed for dandruff, falling hair and scalp John White & Co. treatment, you can have your money itch. LOUISVILLE, KY. back. It is a most delightful and invigorat- Established 1887 .For any stomach ailment is ing hair dressing that puts life and nhcslroarket price paid guaranteed. It gives almost instant brilliance into the hair and causes it to FURS grow if the hair root be not dead. relief and permanently cures. and HIDES. Phone or call on us at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Large box 50 cents, at R. E. McRob- It's the tonic you will use always if ' erts and druggists everywhere. s you, use it once. I C0MMIU19I The People Of Garrard County. hunt past four 300,000 bright lugs and bright Thefmarket is exceptionally strong, leaf selling from three four dollars higher than at any time during the past two seasons. While we haven't had any $21.00 averages whole crops, have hundreds baskets, large and small, from has been an exceedingly the individual averages. busy week with us. our breaks in the have $17.00 $27.00. I we have strong market as there is in the strong buyers state. the breaks all times and bidding want fair and honest treatment and the highest market If price for your sell the floors the everyone Warehouse Walnut Street. It in that we have the best We 12-29- T Tie Warehous Incorporated. Allen Hiatt, Bright, Pres. J. Price, I j I Commissioner' s Sale of Land. y tfvwasg.ssHg Tobacco Growers ATTENTION. s. . i line;-then- ce I road;-thenc- same;-thenc- to-da- y, s The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Co. and Telephones Installed Since 1. x. May 1st, 191 - U A Bastin Lancaster, We Write Any Kind of MI-O-N- A INSURANCE Office at National Bank. I MI-O-N- A ft BEAZLEY & COLLIER Vr WOOL VV-- i v ,' , Lf l" h i -- V , , f Vj