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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 2, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912020201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 2, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. -- jT"n T TWENTY SECOND YEAR. CaWrtMB CENTRAL To-da- y s PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD G0VERNMEN2 TTtfVO R NUMBER LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1912. Send Id Your Karnes Boys. Spuare piano foe sale. E. W. Harris. Superintendent Jennie Higuins tells is "Ground Hog's Day" we us that only about ten boys have sent hone the pesky little critter does not in their namfc-- and signified their deJt! "see his sh adder, sire to enter the Garrard county Corn Clnb, and 111 at thece were confined Right Yea Are Harry. mostly to cneilocality. She deshes if The Eiizabethtown News snys:- -It possible at least five times tln"3 number, is almost enough to make a christian and that they: be distiibuted promisswear to sit behind a woman with a cuously throughout the county. For a big hat at a picture show. farmer boy t'lis contest will prove both instructive anil lemuncrative, besides This. Attend To being provide with seed corn free of The price for this paper is one dollar charge, eachf,one will be furnished per year in advance. Glance at the with free literature from time to time, label on your paper and if you are in which will be both ;ntercsting and in arrears, mail ns a check RIGH1 NOW. tructlv amT;everone who succeeds in producing a certain number of InconvenienceRemedied. bushels to thejacre, will be civen a In respdhse to Postmaster West's n;ce diploma, signed by the Governor, (request made some time since, the the Secretary jof State, Commissioner has ordered all 0f Agriculture and other state officers, j postoffice department Louisville and des- - anu- which willjbe a nice thing to frame mail originating in i3 ' tined for Lancaster placed on the train am preserve,4 and something with tH? which is due here at 11 o'clock A.M. which you can ;point to with pride in 4.1. JniltT mi" : J"i,.i.ni3 mciuuus uie uauj vnYaira emu the years to .come, Come on boy paiio, llfl ?? does away with the inconvenience send in your nme, this is an effort to O which we have been experiencing of help you and one to which you should & late of having the mail miss connebe willing to ldnd your assistance. cts tion at Rowland and having to wait a Morgan. f a. couple of hours or perhaps longer bc-morning papers. Courier-'Journfore receiving our The gives the following account of Mrs. Wiley L. Morc4 Judge Puryear Announces. gan, which occlired in Knoxville Tenn. j?,! ' Judge Emmet Puryear of Danville .The deceased Was well known to many himself as a candidate Garraul county people. She was a fi announces for the democratic nomination of Com- - niece of Cap't. Thos. Elkin as has monwealth's Attorney in this district many other l datives in and around Judge Puryear has been practising law Lancaster. "Telegrams leceived yesterday by in Danville for the past fifteen years and during that time has served Boyle relatives of Mrs. WHpyL. Morgan, a ' county as County Judge and is at former Louisville woman, conveyed ' news of her death at her home at ) present Danville's Citv Attorney. jj He is a good democrat and a lawyer Knoxville. Shi was found dead in of good appearance and has been con- bed by her husband when lie returned nected with Hon. Robt. Harding in home th supper last evening. She.had ' ' 3 the practise of law for several years. evidently expired a short time before coun his arrival, of heart disease, it is 4if He has many friends in Garraid cy who win ue j;mu 10 Know mat uu is Mis. Moigan was the wife of the t'o make the race, and who know him to be a good lawyer and an affable"nianaging editor of the Knoxville t tinel and the Cnattanooga News. She in society m Lenirai r.euiucttv TU-- - W,- - l!.,nn was prominentin Knoxville. and in V c P...1 iuutcu 11 cue uuuuc. woman's clubs ss Mr. Frank Land of Stone, Ky. sold Befoiv her marriage she was Miss 11 his crop of tobacco at the Central Ky Eiizcbeth Elkin, 01 Louisvil.e, her and her mother. $? Tobacco Warehouse Co Lexington Ky, father, Ganett-Elkin- , who was Miss Nannie Embry befoie VI atjhe following prices. 2oc marriage, being old residents of this hi 30 pounds at n 22c city. Mr. Elkin was a T?s iwU pOUHUS HI 22c livestock dealer. 40 pounds at Besides her husband, --Mrs. Morgan is 20c GO nounds at ftS 19Jc survived by a number of relatives, 575 pounds at 20c among them being a sister, Mrs. B. S. 345 pounds at 19c Mattingly, and a brother, Zack Elkin, GO pounds at Mrs. Morgan was 18c both of Louisville. 215 pounds at 3G years of age. 18e 190 pounds at 43. SCJSfEC3S3 n Mr. Luther Gibbs on Wednesday in the county court qualified as admini51 strator of the estate of his brother, the j late Mr. Alex Gibbs. Judge Lewis L. Walker was retained by the adminis-- J ra Lay- - rrjj ton and C. S. Ballew were appointed appraisers. The blooded stock belong- - j ing to the estate will be taken to Lex- -' Jh ington and placed in a' sale now in , jjM progress. Among the assets of the estate are about 10,000 worth of ex- - gj ircj -- tate. Messrs B. L. Kelly, 0. T. lour Seasonable ', - Conn prices? Tlaat tis m NE ED-Hill Side Plows, Vulcan Plows, Plow Points, Double Tres, Single Tres, Trace Chains, Hames, S port cattle. znl Are Provided For In Our Stock. Collars, i Price Recovers Frcn Operation. W h& i - , i Sell the Best Goods at the lowest prices? Do the best work at the most reasonable Have C. D. McCarthy working for them, who is about the best workman in the state? That when you buy a piece of machinery y from them, you are sure to be satisfied know how to fix it so as to give the best for-the- ? 1 3 '.. " 1 & al The following clipping fiom the Richmond Climax tells of the recovery from an operation of Cap't. Phil C? Price is well known and popular in, Lancaster, having for a long while "run OkLHenry," the local mixed train. Conductor Phil Price, one of the most popular officials on the L, & N., who underwent an operation in this cily several weeks ago in an effort to secure relief from the effect of an injury he sustained by being shot in the head several years ago, was here last week. Mr. Price has fully recovered fiom the operation, which .. will be gratifying news to his host of friends in Madison and, adjoining counties. Climax. Lancaster Has Splendid Water. Bridles, Breeching, Back Bands, Collar Pads, Harness, Saddles. Our Stock is Complete and Our Prices Are Right - service? That they can order anything in their line, that they haven't on hand and guarantee that you will be satisfied? That they will be pleased to have you call on them, in their new store at the "Old Mason Hotel Property" on Stanford street and inspect their line of Buggies, Implements, Hardware etc., and get their prices on any work you may want done? Wh ti s J -- 1 tl. 1 ?l 4 E?T3 fa jS g 33 & S It K? Ofo 51 sa ri pi a . , well-know- Lancaster, Ky. I i Hirflia pp Phiiiiliiiiff u,i Iiiiliijiii,. 1 ilpoiiiiff noaililu, 210 pounds pounds vV t 40 pounds v fcp 170 pounds 55 I at at at at lujc 14Jc Walling-Falt- on 8Jc Mr. Oscar Patton of this county and 5c Miss Olive Walling W3!3K&33SS33!33g $19 3-- 4 mrmyri m UJ OF HT ogan T. STILL ON IN FULL BLAST. If you 'V want to save"Money on CLOTHING, T and FURNISHING GOODS call on him. Prices fifty per cent lower than any house in Lancaster. "TERMS CASH, 6, rr V If Itr H. T. LOGMJ r . a- - weie married at the home of the bride in Campbells-vill- e on Wednesday, Rev. Homer Carpenter of Shelbyville, an intimate friend of the groom officiating. The happy couple left inmeditely for a southern tour, after which they will Jue Mr. Alexander C. Robinson's Will Admittathome five miles from Richmond on ed To Probate. on the Lexington pike, which is already prepared by Mr. Patton for the recepThe last will and testament of the tion of his bride. Miss Walling the late Alexander C. Robinson, which was bride is the daughter of Mayor Walling offered for probate on the 22d and the of Campbellsville, and is well known probating thereof postponed until the in this county, having been a frequent 29th. because of the absence from the visitor of the Misses Merritt of the state of two of fhe subscribing witness Bryantsville locality, where Mr. Patton es, was admitted to probate on last first met her. She is a young woman Monday. The instrument in chief was of charming personalty and many ac- dated September 18th. 1903, but there complishments, and was a popular were several codicils of minor impormember of Campbellsville society. tance of later date. Messrs J. Y. RobThe groom-i- s the eldest son of Mr. B. inson and J. U. Paxton were named as F. Patton, and until recently was one executors of the instrument, and Messof the leading young farmers of lover rs J. Y. and J. F. Robinsons as trusGanard, but recently has removed to tees for the fund devised for the benefit Madison, where he will make his home. of their mother! and it was the request The wedding was a quiet affair, only a of Mr. Robinson that no bond be re few friends of the contracting parties quired of these gentlemen. being present. Mr. B. F. Patton and After several mmQr bequests, includMiss Bessie Patton, father and sister ing gifts to servants and certain perof the groom were present. sonal belongings to his children, Mr. Robinson willed his household effects to Robinson. his wife; he owned 75 share3 of bank Mr. R. M. Robinson died at his home stock as follows:-4- 0 shares in the Merat Marcellus in this county at four chants & Mechanics Bank of Columbus o'clock Wednesday morning. Mr, Ga., 20 shares in the Fourth National Robinson had been a long sufferer Bank of Columbus Ga. and 15 shares in I from a complication of diseases, and the National Bank of Lancaster; he dehad sought relief at many places, but vised that the dividends accruing from lately having been to Martinsville Ind. this stock should go to his wife duri' g in the hope that the treatment would her lifetime, and at her death the stock be beneficial to him. The deceased should be divided among his children. was 5G years of age and was the He also devised that the sum of ?5,000. second son of the late Col. B. F. Rob- be placed in the hands of the trustees, inson. He is survived by his wife, the income from which should go to his who was Miss Sallie Gentry, two child wife, and in a codicil he devised that in ren, Mr. TJ. Frank Robinson of Rich the even,t his wife did not deem this mond Ky. and Mrs. C. C. Cable of sufficient, that an additional 5,000, M.arcellus, three brothers Messrs T. B. should be set aside in the same manner and C. A. Robinson of Lancaster and the proceeds to go to her during her George Robinson of Danville and three life and at her death the principal should, be divided among his children. sisters, Mrs. Win. Baughman and. David and Henry Dunn of Dan- His residence on Richmond street in ville. Mr. Robinson had long been a Lancaster he gave to his wife during member of the Christian church at her lifetime and at her death to her Pleasarft Grove, nearhis home, and children. the funeral was conduced by his pas- In another codicil he deviseu the sum tor, Rev. C. E. Powell assisted by of S200. to the Christian Church Or Rev. F. M. Tinder, at the Hate resi- phans Home at Louisville Ky. The re dence at 11 o'clock Thursday morning, mainder of his estate after the payment after which his remains were intered of all legacies, his debts and the. costs in the Lancaster cemetery. of administration, he Mt to his child R. M., or Mote Robinson as he was ren, share and share alike. familiary known waa one of the best A codicil added on August 18, 190S known farmers of Garrard . county, serves tfi portray the beautiful christwiiet, unobstrusive, he gave his at ian charadter of the man, and shows tention to his farm and family, but a that he waa at peace with and a well host of friends and neigbors will at- wisher to everyone, and is as. follows test to his sterling qualities as a splen- "Now in the Tast clause of this codicil did christian gentleman. He had lived I desire to commend my dear children his entire life in the Pleasant Grove and graid. children and all friends to T?lin Jnili all fViinrrta woll" rm1 section of the county, and the people TJivi this section, who knew an.d loved trust that they in all their troubles and of him so well, will miss him sadly, as sorrows in this life, go. to Him for that will the people of Garrard and adjoin- comfort an3 consolation, which can only ing counties among, whom .he had a come fAm"Him, is my sincere and hunr ble"prayer . wide acquaintance. . "'.-"- ' Mes-dames A sample of the water taken from the local water plant has beensent to Lexington recently for analjsis at the Experimental station of State College. Very Attractive Prices in Enamelware, SilverA report was received this week and 1 the water is pronounced to be excellent. m ware and Brass. The city water is now being used by a number of the people of the city for HOD' WE. drinking and all domestic purposes., it sMmj 7i&rftHsf7iin TjjflnSiatrBTgi is without odor or bad taste and is eq ually as good and safe for all drinking' purposes as any cistern water in town. The verdict of the Experimental station as to the purity of the watei should set at refct the uneasiness which t32 m S has existed in the minds of some our '4 H fF SI I people for fear of the existience of disease germs in the Like, and no one should fear to use the water for drinking purposes. The fact that the water .has been pronounced pure and free from disease crenns does not mean that we are not to have the extension of the water works already under contemplation by the city council. Lancaster - crying SU need is for quantity as well as quality sufficient quantity that we may use it for all purposes at any and all times of the year without fear of there becom Thos- - H, Sewell Presents inir a scarcitv. nuantitv sufficient that we mav be able to assure any industry The Romantic Comedy Drama that may contemplate locating with us that there will be no scarcity of water for manufacturing purposes, quantity sufficient to allow the L. & X railroad, should they so desire to erect a tank here, and all this we hope and expect to have before the dawning of another new year. A story as sweet as ' Lena Rivers" by Thos Hopkins. nm iwm BROS. J iSMUrKlMi I I f f" Wednesday Evening, FEBRUARY 7th "An Everyday Girl A Play That Grips Both the Heart and the Mind FULL OF FUN. A Play bulsating every moment with Emotion Tense, Truth fill. Powerfully, Dramatic, Bright, Witty, Mirthfur Comedy. This is that same company that played in Lexington Opera House, February 1st. Seats on sale at McRoberts Drug Store. Prices; 25, 35 and 50cts. m&t JUjiE We Write Any Kind of MB INSURANCE Office at National Bank. I BEAZLEY & COLLIER at Phone or call on us M III The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. 1 I 'HI Jppli forTobacco AT The Central Kf Tobacco Warehouse Leads all tobacco" warehouses in Lexington again this average week with more tobacco, more money and highest price for the week ending January 27th, 1912, having sold the past week 907,780 pounds for a total of $93,863.42. an average of $10.34. The averageprice for the Lexington market the past week was $9.96 per hundred, the difference between the Cen tral Kentucky Warehouse average price for the week over the general average price for the Lexington market was 38 cents per hundred, which would pay your selling expenses on your tobacco. You can drive your wagons on our drivep ways, which holds one hmdred and fifty loaded wagons and stalls for three hundred horses and mules. Betk 'Piwes 9S4. Give Us a Call Opaa Day and NigaL n ;- The Central Kentucky Tebacco Warehouse -- . V ' , Aa -.- A'2r ?L-rf'- -r U . -v-- - ij- - . - ' . r - Jr--, 3. S &K V ,- - ff?t J. ,' vr - awMiiftia itfani mrninkorSm m hHiT I ''" i A In the proposed readjustment of the taxing system in vogue at present in Kentucky theXommittee on Revenue INCORPORATED. co a Ytuto. and Taxation have cast about them in Issued Weeel? in search of . averv Dossiblo direction some plausibb method of increasing GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. the state3 revenue without increasing Entered at the Iot Office In Luticrstei, Ky., the burden of taxation already resting Mull Matter. es uuon the shoulders of the taxpayers of revenue Member Kentucky Press Association the state. That the source of must be widened everyone must admit, and the march of progress demands it, the Eighth District Publishers Iieague. plans for a "greater Kentucky" demand it and the exigenciesf the perLancaster, Ky., February 2, 1912. iod demand it; there has been appropriations, necessarv annronriations, for TheGents&l Record T K Because of the Unusually cold weathout after and to foster after we have In Memoriam. & A.1 '0. J&3W!C9l 3 5XXXV'--0Jl!SACa3it established, upon the other hand, er which we have- already experienced, 9 12?w In the death of Genie Clark which capital is constantly seeking for in- Maj. Jas A. Burnside, who enjoys quite. vestment in Kentucky coal lands, be- a reputation as r trappor, has set hi3 v;cured on the morning of January, : cause they believe such an investment traps well back in the caverns along 20th, 1912, the family lost a loving son W 52 will prove remunerative, and that thoy 'Caok's Branch", .which are known to and grandson. The Sunday school a should pay a just amount of taxation be the haunts of the four eooted weath- great worker and hi3 play mates a cV y "V into the treasury of the state in return er prognosticate and hopes to catch loyal comrade. The Grim Reaper is no '& &3&L Vl . w yuz: 1 rj . 5M&2 jfc .. Ti for their profitable investment is bu all the ground hogs in that locality, respecter of person, come how or equitable. The farmer pays tax upon thereby avoiding for his own immediate when he will; he leaves behind desola his acres and his herds, the merchant locality the dire results which undoubt tion and woe: the heart aches for its upon his business, every citizen upon edly ioiiow tnat sagacious animal see- loved and lost, the eye looks for the form that comes no more, the ear lis- - l his chattels of every kind, then why ing his shadow onrFeb. 2d. ' 0. tens in vain for the wonted step, the to not the coal baron, the one who is Wednesday February 7lh. very soul breaks out in longing for 2t THE GREAT HUPMOBILE. reaping the greatest benefit of any of those who have investments in the Just landed in New York after finishing a journey arouud the A play decidedly out of the ordinary the dear presence forever shut in from ' commendable purposes, which demand world a distance of 40000 miles in sixteen months, carrying four pa3 We believe that the measure is AN EVERYDAY GIRL, which mortal view. The cry of agony won state. Rates For Political Announcements an increase in tne states revenue in will meet with the support it deserves., comes to the Lancaster Opera House, ders "Why oh, whjja'-- we stricken like . sengers and full touring equipment. You cannot get around this if ? 5.00 For Precinct and City Offices you want a GOOD CAR at a moderate price. Two, four and five many thousands Feb, 7th. This offering is from the this," shall we not think of our loved 10.00 order to meet them; For County Offices . . passenger models. Senator Gore (dem.,- - Okla.), gave pen of Mr. Thomas Hopkins. The one as in the better land, where we too dollars have been appropriated for 15.00 of For State and District Offices .. ..tr1 i?lIrtl i met !. iicm tnptui, imiv-i-i ic? jiut, nnnrnn. his views of the break between Gover- success of the play has been extraor one day will join him in the summer -j j.r.jj uic For Calls, per line mu nor Wilson and Colonel Harvey, as dinary. It tollows life very closely, it land of songs, kind soul fare well at .10 nations tor Better scnoois. ior . . ... . ... For Cards, per line . . is clean and wholesome, and its schem- the coming of the king may we who training of and for better teachers, for follows: For all publications in the inter"This whole es and incidents are diverting and full mourn the valintly ford the turbid' normal schools, to establish and mainest of individuals or expresincident is a bubble, not a billow. of good humor. The press in the sur- waters and clasp thy hands on Edeus tain a State University, all of which is sion of individual views, per A Friend. proper; foj, the It seems that the head and heart of rounding cities have been unanimous in sunny shore. .10 eminently just and line HfCE pj7ipj7afsruiajg:fij the the Governor's offending is that he told their praise of this play, which is a 05 various charitable institutions .of Obituaries, per line Patrons Of The Lancaster Graded School. , a confeder- the truth. powerful story on the question state, for a childrens home, of! ltiJ "No honest man can accept an office whether women pay all the penalty for ate home, all of which are necessary The following Honor Roll is submitted and are but in keeping and with a lien upon his conscience or his sexual sin and men go' blameless, or ANNOUNCEMENTS and just whether the same law should cover for your consideration: necessary to keep Kentucky up to the conduct. County Judge. For "To decline tendered aid and alliance both sexes. AN EVERYDAY GIRL standard of other states; for various , First Grade. handles the question in an entirely difofficers and boards looking to the is a most difilcult and delicate task. LillWe arc authorized to announce Clay"To do so in the face of danger is an ferent manner from that in which it Mars Swinebroad. Paul Morrow, health and improvement of conditions ian Boyle, Jno. W. Tinder, Eugenia ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Counthroughout the state, and for many act of moral and political heroism of has ever been seen before, ami it is Dunlap. sen ty Judge of Garrard County subject to enabled to be apower for good, a most other equally as important steps which which few men are capable. the action of the democratic party. Second Grade. "The critics of Governor Wilson powerful lesson to girls and women on tend to the improvement of the state Stella Brown, Christine Brown, Helen We are authorized to announce and the welfare of the people; and to should tell the public frankly whether the bitterness of sin. This truly is a James A. Beazley as a candidate for meet these emergencies is a problem their candidates would assume such an play that every husband, wife, lover Gulley, Jane Haselden. County Judge of Garrard countv, sub- - which seriously confronts not only the obligation as the governor declined, and sweetheart should see and ponder It is easy for the housewife when she Third Grade. ject to the action of the Democratic committee in charge of the readjust-part- and if so, whether their candidates over. AN EVERYDAY GIRL is j merit scheme, but the entire populace; would disregard or would discharge presented by a well balanced capable Virginia Beasley, William Embry, ' makes bread from the products of the mat-Fsuch obligations. company, with Miss Binsette in the Martha Ward Sweeney. Isabel Sanford, j to acquire the revenue is an easy Sheriff. increas- "1 would rather see Governor Wilson role of Rose Norton, about whom the Ida May Bairlein, Elisha Carrier, Ida i ter, but to acquire it without , HI is 'hc,e thl defeated with his heart an open book, story of the play is centerd. The man- Mui phy. We are authorized to announce C. A. in the burden of taxatio" mep- - Senator L. W. Arnett of than to see him trumphant with a agement has provided a gorgtous scenic b Fourth Grade. E3 m " B Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of in his political closet, which production, depicting the rugged beauty I 1 3T IV Garrard County, subject to the action Covington, who is chairman of the skeleton Thelma Hamilton. committee, has introduced a bill in the has been concealed from the ejos of of the country of Virginia and New W , of the Democratic party. u3a will in .a the public." York in which locality the scenes of Fifth Grade. , Senate, which to our mind, the play arejauh We are authorized to announce measure solve the problem, and too Jessie Austin, Robert Creech, Willie Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff without imposing a burden of any "The convention will have to draft Sons Of Garraid Command Honor And Bell West, Georcre Swinebroad, Bow Lancaster, Kentucky. of Garrard county, subject to the ac- - moment upon anyone, and will not in- - me. I will not lift a hand nor speak a H Mary man Grant, Bernice Champ, party. Respect Wherever They May Ream. large word to get the nomination. I have tion of the democratic crease the taxes of the people at Davis, Carrie Belle Romans. Clayton j by one penny. His scheme is to tax served my country for seven years. I liffilHi TfllJ3iriMi?g b i rUifsrrHi&rfcJgg The Record is in receipt of a letter Morrow. We are authorized to announce W. coal in the state to the can live and die on that record. I know from an old the output of Garrard county man enclos L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard Sixth Grade. extent of one cent per ton, one twenty the responsibilitiesthe trials and the ing a clipping from the Washington county, subject to the action of the Mildred Beasley Val Cook, Gladys of a cent per bushel, seemingly a fierce fighting involved in a four years (Ind,) Daily Democrat. The clipping fifth democratic party. i Frisbie, Mary Owsley, Annie Reid, very small thing of itself, but when Presidency, and I am content. The is over a column in length and lack of James Sileiv - you take into consideration the fact convention will have to seek me out, space pre vents us from reproducing it. For Assessor. that there is about 15,000,000 tons of an,i not a delegate will I solicit." Seventh Grade. The article tells of a "raid" made upon B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Pfest. We are authorized to announce Dave coal mined in Kentucky annually. you In his private office at the offices of Mr. James W. Ramsey by a large del- - Will Rice Amon, Nellie Cox, Sallie C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor will really see what an enormous am- the Outlook Theodore ' ORGANIZED 1SS3. egation of his brothers of the I. O. O. Cox, Annie Powell, Mary Wood, of Garrard county subject to (he ac- ount of revenue this method is calcu- Roossvek made answer in the above' F. fraternity, the occasion beintr Mr. Eighth Grade. tion of the democratic party. lated to bring into the state coffeis, words to Gov. Glasscock of West Vir- Ramsey's seventy second birthday, and to support' that ginia who visited him with a demand and loo, it is reasonable Dal ton Rich, Mary Etta King, Sara the anniversiry of his forty seventh We are authorized to announce Mr. within five years this tonnage is reas- frjm several sources that he become a year as a member of the OF LANCASTER, KY. Wilmot. order. The E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- onably expected to more than double ca ididate Tor the Republican nomina-tio- n article indicates Ninth Grade. that the affair was a nation of Assessor of Garrard County, CAPITAL; $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. Of this vast amount of coal for the Presidency. very enjoyable one, but that Mr. Ram-sosubject to the action of the democratic itself. only aLout one fourth of it is Sterling Herron, Wood Wilmot, Iona mined, true son of Garrard that he is, was Dunn, Mamie Stormea Dunn, Grade W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. party. consumed within the state, the other Our o!d friend Col- - W . P. Walton is equal to the occasion, and carried off May Cochran, Ora Prather. We are authorized to announce J. B. three fourths being shipped out of the in charge as Secretary, with oflice in r. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., the surprise affair in as high handed Collier as a candidate for the nomina- state. Of this vast amount of coal the Equitable building in Louisville, of Tenth Grade. manner as if he had spent weeks in tion for assessor of Garrard county, taken from the bosom of the state she the work of the National Citizens Lea-cuElizabeth Collier, Lucien Grant, Mary h preparing for it. Mr. Ramsey lett Lan- Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. subject to the action of the democratic receives practically nothing, at least a an organization v.'hich has for its ', caster over forty years ago. He seems iioitzciaw. party. operator or specula- object the promotion of a sound bank- to mere pittance; the Eleventh Grade. have attained prominence in his J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs We are authorized to announce W. tor who leases these coal lands, the ing system. The organization already Hoosier home, which is evinced by the Mattie Adams. Kate Holtzclaw, has branches in thirty four states, and fact that he is a member of the city Frank Tinder. Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- mining rights only mind you, for next to nothing, waxes rich on his are working to establish-ievery state council of his home town, Washington, or of Garrard county subject to the J. L. Riley, Supt. investment, while the poor devil who in the Union. The object sought is a which is the county action of the Democratic party. seat of Daviess owns the land from which the coal is very laudable one, and its purpose when county in southern Indiana and is a premined pays the taxes, it is true the attained will redound to the benefit of tentious city For Magistrate. ofmore than seventy five land is assessed-a- t from only $3. to $10. the entire country. They surely could hundred inhabitants. Wo. are authorized to announce per acre, and thus neither the state not have picked upon a more energetic Mr. Ramsey was born a few miles John N. White as a candidate for nor the owner, of the land derives but or capable man t'o look after their in from Lancaster on the Crab Orchard Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- very little revenue from it. terests in Kentucky than Col. Walton. ' pike on the. farm occupied at present rard county, subject to the action of The majority of the coal lands operby Mr. David Stephens. He was a the democratic party. ated are leased or owned by nonresiEvery one knew defeat would be the member of the 19th. Ky. Infantry, Col. dents of the state, they pay no taxes, end of Governor Woodrow Wilson's Landram's regiment, during We are authorized to announce Wal- weax fat u. on the hiddjn t casur. o the war In his letter he mentions among ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis- state, and take their wealth elsewhere presidental aspiration with Colonel's ' AVatterson and Harvey as promoters of his old fiiends and acquaintances:- trate in the first district of Garraid to spend it, not even paying to the his cause. Now, the causes assigned t "Gabe Greenleaf, J. W. Pumphrey, County, subject to the action of the state what should be a just quota of for their desertion of the former friend Lige Harris, Tom Wherritt, Tom EJkin democratic party. the taxes upon the treasure mined is sufficient to make Governor Wilson the Burnside boys, the Kinnaird boys - therein, We are authorised to announce Shipmany friends and supporters for the Dr. Duncan's boys and others." Mr. Ramsey expresses his intention . ton H. Estes as a candidate for Mag-- ' We believe that as a matter of state Democratic nomination. A little more strate, in the first district of Garrard pride, of patriotism, it might be of such criticism and the measley rea- of visiting Lancaster during the cur- county, subject ta the action of the termed, that the citizens of Kentucky sons assigned is likely to make the As- rent year, and we hope he will fulfill who are interested in mining coal will piring Governor president. The break his promise, and we can assure him democratic party. cheerfully pay this trifle of just taxathat a warm welcome awaits him. a-mo- unt We are authorized to announce tion into the state, and that others wil) between the two shows the Governor to be good Presidential timber. Charles C. Becker as a candidate for be forced to do so. THIRTY-FOUHAS IN ORGANIZED Magistrate in the second district of Senator Arnett's bill provides that STATES. Garrard county, subject to the action on or before the tenth day of January Reynolds. of the democratic party. of each year, each person, firm or Mrs. . Joe Gray Reynolds died in . National Citizens' League To Promote A corporation engaged in the mining of ' Chicago, January 28th, 1912, She was For Commonwealth Attorney. coal in the state shall file with the Sound Banking System. born and lived in this county, she was We are authorized to announce Emmet Auditor a sworn statement of the the last surviving member of the The National Citizens League, organPuryear as a candidate for Common number of tons of coal mined during William Grays family, a sister ized for the promotion of a sound bankwealth attorney, subject to the action the previous year and shall pay there- of the late Mrs. E. Brown of Lancasing ystem, now has organizations in for a license tax of one cent per ton, of the Democratic party. ter, Ky. thirty-fou- r States, with arrangements and fixing a heavy penalty for failuJe ' to complete the list. or refusal to pay such Jax or make For School Superintendant. Allen Jones Captured. The league is strictly guch report. Hon. John W. Holland of We are authorized to announce .Miss Shelby county introduced the measure representing'a joint and apontaneous allien j ones cnargeu wun uie Killing. rap-ip- ly Jennie Higgins as a candidate for in the House. of Harrison Preston in October last was 'limovement of business men, and others, School Superintendant for Garrard There is such a law upon the statute brought here Sunday and lodged in jail independent of party affilations, who county, subject to the action of the books of the state of Pennsylvania, deputy sheriff Ben Robinson having are unfting in a popular movement for Democratic party. one of the greatest coal producinc? gone to Covington Va. after him. Jones a reform of the banking system of the "" states in the Union, and if our mfor- - was captured it is said through the efr United States. Its aim to awaken the mation is correct, the real estate of forts of a Cincinnati colored detective public to a realization that our credit' RetrOSDectiye Pennsylvaeia is not taxed one cent for who has been on his trail since his es- - system depended as it is on unrelated to most serious and With the current issue we finish the state purposes, cape, he located him once in Pittsburg banks, unnecessary dangers, and that this ab- -' second cycle of service to the people of Aside from the opposition of the Pa. and again in Washington D. C, but county as editor of the Record, terests, which may be expected to on both occasions he succeeded in mak- - sence of organized and united responsi-- 1 ' the two years past we have pose the bill, the principal argument ing his escape before the papers could bill'ty in our banks affects all classes, is tried earnestly to live up to the motto against it will be that it will cause an be obtained for his arrest. He was a menace to legitimate business opera carried at our mast head: "Pure re- - increase in the price of coal. This finally located at Covington Va. work- - rions and a drag upon national develop Average 52,955 lbs .ligior., untarnished democracy and good however, cannot be of much W. H. Snapp, Mercer Co. ing for some kind of an iron industry. ment, The Kentucky branch of the league During the last year quence, for a tax of the twenty fifth He waived extradition. Copk & Stith, Bpyle Co 1,540 lbs 238,35 Average we have added to our editorial staff, part of a cent per bushel cannot mat-an- d In October last the negroes were is headed by Mr. John M. Atherton, of 'Louisville, who will be aided in the' we promised you that we would erially increase the price of that having some kind of a gathering at to give you a better Record; how modity, and the ultimate relief which White Oak, a negro settlement below work by committeemen from each Con- -' 3,275 lbs 463,81 Average Snov Leach, Lincoln Cp. well we have fulfilled that promise, we w:n come to us in the way of removing Bryantsville, Preston who lived nearby gressipnal district, as follows: HI ljbs W. M. Reed, Average First District-Jud- ge Harvey. & Sextpn Mercer Cp. will allow j'ou to judge, we at least to sdme extent our burden of taxation happened to be there, and it is said ' Paducah. have the satisfaction of knowing that by creating another source of revenue, that without the least provocation he Average $19.81 Second District Judge S. W. Hager, we have done our best, and that no will more than recompense us for the was shot, the wound resulting in Vi 1,895 lbs Sextpn & Cecil, Mercer Cp. man can do better. We have endeavor- - increase in the cost of fuel, should death at the Lancaster hospital a : , 150,98 Average lbs inira uistnct w l, Porter, Qlasr ed to comment without fear or favor,, SUch a thing result, which we exceed-an- d days afterward, Jones is said to have, L. Teater, Garrard Qq . Row, VUn rVmAi: fiHn,l tlisi kni have edited our paper with malice ingly doubt . ...cuu. huuuuB uccuiieu .District-Jo- hn L. Helm, Eliza toward none and charity for all. To Upon the surface, the bill appears to on Saturday night and Jones came, to ' Fourth ' wht w the kind people of the county, than us to be a good one, and to afford an Lancaster and boarded an excursion on Fifth District William Heyfcurn whom there are none better on this earth avenue of escape from a yery embar-w- e the following Sunday morning. Efforts Louisville. I desire to extend our sincere thanks rassing dilemma, namely the means of were made to locate him on the train, Sixth District D. B. Wallace, Wal-bfor their kindly support and the many meeting tne increasing liabilities of the without avail Sheriff C. A. ,Rob.- -' ton. words of encouragement along a journ- - state, liabilities which increase of a jnson went to Cincinnati and made every Seventh District - Rodes B. Thomas ey which is not always spread with necessity, without increasing the ettort to locate lum, but at the. time ' Georgetown. Incorporated. den of taxation on the people of the was unsuccessful, however, he succeedr District-Geo- rge W. Welsh. As for the future, our policy shall Btate. We are opposed to the working ed in placing the man on his trail who ' Eighth ' remainthe same, the personnel of the- - of a hardship upon industries who seek finally accomplished his capture. Gov. Danville. District-R. H. Vansant. 'Ash.--l Ninth DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. officevwiII remain the same, the only to enter the state, we believe that this McCreary offered WALNUT STREET. a reward of $150. for land. ,. change will be in our efforts, which has been done to an extent in the past, Jones arrest which Mr. Robinson "will D. C. ? Edwards, t Eleventh will be redoubled, we shall strive to but we do believe that a tax upon coal share with the detective ,whq was on our We do not buy or allow a p S We are a Straight Commission House. , give you better service than ever.be- - mined in the state rs, but justice, the strumental in his capture. Jones will W. P. Walton is in charcre of the Breaks. fore, and we solicit your further pat- - mining of coal in Kentucky is not an remain next ' term. 4of work in Kentucky as secretary, with v 'ronage-anindustry which ye are compelled to . go circuit court. friendship. I . an office'in thEquitable"building. , J I SecouU-Clas-r-- - j-v- : a it 1 8 e I .- -. i Stormes Automobile Agency. WiAlllQ)AAXAA) lXAAA).;;v;.AAIXH &mm&yfMfi&&fi i i 1 '; a IE 1 7" I 1 b y. or J - Garrard mu Co,- I s J :!HTrSll!lrgJln . I e Citizens National Bank y, j ' Book-Keepe- e, J c oft-tim- es n the-ciy- il UdilVlllC lUUdUUU VYdlCIIUUSO . i R Hon-arab- le 1 non-partisa- n, ng There sold at the Danville Tobacco Warhouse Tuesday 80.0O0 pounds of Tobacco. The entire floor of the above average $12,75. This is the highest floor average made in any loose leaf house in Kentncky this year, one basket of the crop of F. Berry, of Hustonville, bringing the record price of 37ic. Ever seller was made happy. Our floor is filling this week, and we expect the market 1 to continue strong. Bring your Tobacco to our house and get the top. Below are some of the averages: $557.58 $19.20 $15.47 $20.40 $17,40 rr a conse-government- ." corn-stri- ve $ 885 few,0?"0' I 1 f 53,88 375.38 I -- 835 $18.00 ut DANVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE bur-rose- s, I I I I I" J Pis-ric- Pin-hooK- er -- I - ft d . -- A. . y&f&y- v - 1 -c 4 L 1 V, s. r: C ,",,?rf"wfl?s ! " -- (& -- w ew m- Llff iiwwiiininiiii.in iir.i v.. j mm?miV4mrXmmiimKim0Of' eW I fJ"u riii rfrn miri iiTif rrnrrfifr" nrrnTrrnTi -- r tTtt-- i i i" nrHmra niiifc.niii mi .gi'ii - - Ti ii mjim iul .r 'urn-nmn,- , tl astaaawwMf m P"" ' , 'il '!'! Ill Ullll II '! y j OVE crea RLOOr U v AN rru is I u n l . I I I I TCylM?-,-Ta6- HI Gsa-af-- v wwawM ill ia AV JJTJrnjp,TVT SuaaSg3S35S2asr ., ..., M- For the next TWO WEEI h L we will offer all Winter Merchandise at a muchly R f -- in order to make room for our Beautiful line of Spring Goods which is arriving daily. Pri ce . I ( I Whei;e Quality Reigns. jj.i Th ,liM ..I .1 UOB mri'MI TTI ph Mercantile Company, TW . II ! i I - ii him lTWffl.1 i I TITT T II ril J IMJ 7 M JM Ulijll 1U1MJLIJM 1IJM. JlMIl Ul J .'J Mil j .TVTVn iim .1 Style Leaders. !! i -- . - . Overs 11 s g 1 On 4r x -- It wilfpay you to buy a Stove now. be lots of cold weather yet7' Ivtilvl & cy lD , There is going to Court. She has been with relatives at character. Mrs. Dishon'is'T.he second Richmond recuperating from her re- daughter of Captain ami Mrs. Am cent illness and was accompanied home Bourne of this city. by her sister Mrs. Mary Coley, who Mr, L. B. Beazley of San Angelo, will reside with her. jTex., is the guest of his relatives Mr. Miss Jennie Duncan is in Stanford and Mrs. Luther Gibbs. with the Misses Warren. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Miss Warren is a niece of Mrs. P. D Goings Ly Those Wz Are Interested In. Richard Lackey is in Madison visit Gill and Miss Jennie and Mr. John M. ing his uncle Mr. Samuel Lackey. Duncan and has many friends here who will regret to learn of her illuess. Miss Hallie Brown is in Danville vis Miss Katherine Reid of Beattyville, iting her cousin Miss Eila Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. R.. E. Henry, of LanKy, is visiting Mrs. J. A. Amon. Mr. Miller Lackey of Madison is with caster, are in town today Miss Ruth Ray left Monday to enter Mr. and Mrs. Wm Lackey for a vist. Bristo Conn spent Sunday with his the Normal shool at Richmond. parents in Lancaster. Judge R. A. Mesdames W. B. Mason and W. R. Burnside and son, Joe, of Lancsster, Mrs. C. C. Brown and children are Cook were visitors in Danville are in the city today, Danville Mes in Louisville for a visit to relatives. Gossip About People N ve '''((.BX'0X''H3 rimmi 1 I Prevent rather than Cure 5 disease among your Horses,Hogs 6 Cows. Use M i g lJ s I H MeFitial a Ml Fort 8 1 fa m m g We sell 8 25 pound bucket for $2.85. Smaller sizes at regular prices. - Don't overlook the Range Question. If you feel you cannot afford the Majestic, then we have a big assortment of Stoves from $10.00 up. Shot Guns at Cost, Coal Vases, Carriage Heaters, Coal Oil Heaters We are now taking our inventory and find we are overstocked on several lines. Come in this week and get some bargains. Miss Bessie Brown who has very ill of tonsilitis is now some what improved. senger. Oliver Plows, Syracuse Hillside Plows, Studebaker Wagons. A Few Vulcan Plows at COST. J. w m m m -- R. MOUNT, SON CO. GO TO THE M $ am - FOR - ! I I I I 5i COA Cannel." Each the best in its Class. iMIMMHMMMMM 5 Creek," '"Bennett I "Straight and "Hermatige i l 1 Block" i l m i 1 I B 17 iImImMWMWmMfM I "t -- H. V, BAST IN. Kw I WimMjlQMmMfflm) 1 & It Seems Impossible That A Man Should Smile when paying his Coal Bill. Yet men who got their supply of us last year are 1 8 c paying for this year's with a smile. WHY? Well because our coal goes farther. $ c i i Don't take so much to get the right heat. yourself. Better try it and find out for ft :ffi Lancaster Lumbar & M'fg Co. i Mr. Wra.s Clark and daughter of George Goodloe of Richmond has at St. Augustine. Fla.. where the Jessamine have been here for a short She is been the recent guest of Mr. and Mi s. youny lady is teaching school. stay. confined to a hospital suffering from W. 0. Goodloe. Miss Mayme Dickerson of the Richpneumonia and her family is very unMr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown were in easy about her. mond Normal was at home for a short Bryantsville, Sunday for the funeral visit. A telegram has been received by of their relative Mr. S- - W. Poor. . Mrs. John Boner of Camp Nelsonhas Mrs. George M. Patterson informing Mr. George M. Patterson was in her of the death been visiting-h- er cousin Miss Callie of her venerable and Crab Orchard Sunday to see his wife aged father, Dr. Adams. Jacob Barton age 8G who is a patient at the Spitzler years at his home at Sublette, 111. Mrs. Fred Neighbors of Livingston The deceased was a retired druggist I is with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Messr's B. F. Hudson and J. J. Wal- - a"d for many years the popular post Bourne. ker were in Richmond 10 see Mr. master of his home town. He is the W. C. Price of Danville was the Baker Walker who is still regarded as father of the gifted congregational guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price for critically ill. minister and author, Dr. Wm E. Barseveral days. ton of Oak Park, 111., and also of Mr. Mrs. Hayden Leavell has returned John Barton of Sublette, who lived in Elder R. M. Campbell of Danville home after a weeks visit to her parfilled the pulpit at the Christian church ents Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson t Lancaster for several vears. Sunday morning. Wednesday night at the home of Mr. Preachersville. and Mrs. J. B Jennings in West Pecos, Mrs. R. L. Elkin gave an elaborate The Misses Mount gave an elaborate a number of friends were invited to encourse dinner on Friday at her home on course dinner Monday in honor of Mrs. joy an evening of pleasure at Rook. the Stanford pike. John Mount's attractive visitor Miss The evenings entertainment was given Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gulley and Daniel of Paris. in honor of Mr. Ed Doty and bride. little daughter Helen have gone to Mrs. John M. Mount gave a dinner The occasion was indeed a pleasant one LexingtonJ;o reside. party last Thursday in honor of Misses where all present were in the spirit of Fred Batterton of Paris is here for a Sarah Daniel of Paris and Mary Miller enjoyment and the evening passed all few days looking after .the buying of of Richmond choice and tempting re- too soon for the pleasant time. Mrs. the local hemp crop. freshments were served. Jennings knows just how to make evRev. T. B. Ray of Texas has been Miss Lettic May McRoberts gave a ery one have a delightful time and all the recent guest of his mother Mrs. party Tuesday evening, the honorees expressed appreciation for the pleasure Nancy Ray of Buckeye. being Misses Martha Burke of Illinois, of the evening: Reeves Co. (Texas) Record. Mr. J. S. Bowman of Lewis county Jane Stockton, Julia White and Callie has joined his wife here for a visit to Shackelford of Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson. Miss Lucy Doty having completed a business course at Miss Dove Harris j YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. , Mrs. Stephen Walker and little school inDanville has accepted a posidaughter Georgetta have returned cW from a visit to her sister Mrs. Elbert tion as stenographer for the firm of Collins & Cobb in Richmond. B. &C. Wrapped cake. Davidson Smith of Jellico. & Doty. chafing-dis- h Miss Emma Doty gave a Mrs. A. H. Rice has returned to her home in Richmond, Indiania after sev- party at her home on Monday evening, Competing cash prices on groceries. eral weeks stay with her mother Mrs. the honor guest being Miss Daniel of D. White Marsee. Paris. The evening entertainment H. A. B. Marksbury. was quite an enjoyable affair to the We can furnish you the best cake Mr. and Mrs. Wm Dickerson and assembled guests. you ever ate. Davidson & Doty. little daughter Katie Barnes of Miss Kathleen Wslter entertained Try the Union store, they will treat I have been visiting Mr. and the Bridge Club on Thursday afternoon you right. Mrs. J. E. Dickerson. tne guests ot honor being Miss Lettie Miss Angie Kinnaird of the D. D. May McRoberts visitors, Misses MarHighest market price for country Institute Danville was at home Satur- tha Burke of Carlinsville, Illinois, Jane produce. Give me a trial. day and Sunday with her parents Dr. Stockton, D. White Marsee, Julia White and Callie Shackand Mrs. James B.- Kinnaird. elford of Richmond, For a first class shave and hair trim Elder F. M. Tinder is in Georgetown George T. Farris came call at Falkner's basbor shop next to visiting relative?, He filled the pulpit up from Frankfort Saturday and re- Currey's. at the First Christian Church in that mained over Sunday. The genial city Sunday morning and evening. Before insuring your property see gentleman tells" us that his duties are pleasant and consist mostly of clerical Stults & Stults. They will protect you. Mrs. W, R. Cook was hostess Thursday afternoon to the members of the work, and better still that his position Bridge Club. An inviting luncheon is b gubernatorial appointment and . Please comein and settle your actherefore lasts for four years. added much to the social function, count, as I need the money. v. . Mrs John M. Mount gave a recep2t. Niss Rella Arnold. Miss Patsy Kinnaird was "At Home" tion on Wednesday afternoon in honor Friday evening to a number of her Let us insure your property in the of Miss Daniel of Paris and Misses young friends. A dainty course lunch Continental on the installment plan." It Martha Burke of Carlinsville, Illinois, eon was served by the gracious hostess, Jane Stackton, Julia White and Callie makes it easy for jou. Stults & Stults, Agents. Mr. FJoyd K. Swope, a sophomore Shackelford of Richmond. The hours last year at State University has tak- were from 4 to 5 the house was artisStrayed to my place on Dec 10th, a en a position with the Henry Clay tically decorated for the occasion, de- black sow and 3 shoats. Owner can Fire Insurance Company. Lexington lightful refreshments were served and have same by proving property and Mrs. Mount proved an ideal hostess. Leader. paying. all charges. V. Payton, R.F.D Miss Linnie Moss after a pleasant 2, Paint Lick, Ky. Dr. R. L. Pontius returned Sunday from a months stay at Martinsville, visit with her sister, Mrs. J. T Evans Where protection is involved, the where he sought relief from a severe on Edgewood Road, returned to her- hppt-- is thp rhpancst Thp inrtamnitv Miss furnished by a Continental Policy is un- attact of inflammatory rheumatism. home at Lancaster Monday Cordeha Hamilton left this morning m1ogf;nnivi nrf mpPfJ PVPrv tpot He is much improved. n al Aa T nMAnntnM Stults & Stults, Agents. The Woman's Club met Wednesday J.UJ. outooici iui a visit iu uer nome folks Miss Hamilton will return to afternoon at the Christian church, Mrs, George D. Robinson serving as leader. Middlesboro to wind up some ""business TOO MUCH LOVE her subject was 4A continued Study affairs before leaving for her new position at Atlanta, Ga. News Record. Too much love for fun, frolic and of early American Literature." rich food causes stomach, liver, kidPascal Porter Dishon a well Hon. John M. Farra came home ney and nervous troubles. Other farmer, of this county and Miss ue remedies help, you but DENN'S from Frankfort Saturday and remsined over Sunday with his family. John is Botlrne drove to Danville, and were ,SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures years a you. uur oiscoverer, fast taking rank with the old timers united 4n wedlocks holy, bonds by the miserable sufferer withten the above Baptist minister, Rev. T. H, Coleman, and is in the heat of the battleon everv for troubles, The.groom is'ia ba congratulated on years, wasand RHEUMATISM To" proposition which comes up. cured in one week. Ihe pri?e he has won as his bride wiU Brove our remedy, while they last. Mrs. Zarelda Gulley .has retained .indeed prove a. true helpmate, being regular sj-- e bottles jjnly 25c at...... from Lexington o her home pn nift posessed, of many excellent traits' of j - Stormes Orujj Store. The many friends of Mrs. R. H. Stanford Journal: Mrs, Charlott Tomlinson will regret to learn she L. Warren has received intelligence of very ill. her daughter, Miss Margerite Warren, I R. E. McRoberts CBl, Son. I 2 'Tyi;s)3S)xxxe) Mxx3Axxyxtt a 9" Nil Bring1 Your --- TO Tobacco LA MASTER ytfAbuu WAREHOUSE Stanford Street. Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales, No Commission to Pay. Telephone 186. We, buy yonr Tobaceo at Highest Market Price and " ii ... unload the same day. . Bry-antsvil- le W- f irf' t &Mm fc?-! ': "I S1 tM?M&: V-- . yiv. i S ll ' wxjih . " ? '- - A&.&0 OCKf? isi N. r-- Y c j i t.rtMrri tissn i t -- s? - "C if MrW A 11VXVC1 0 The long winter even--' ings give a woman a splendid chance for sewing or embroidery; but her eyes suffer from the strain unless she has a good light The Rayo is the best lamp made. n:i. 'TTlVmp'mfM ,rsrLsi hy-irm.mt - Ex-Senat- or 1 T&.Z? VL V.AVV ;,tMasr--2&-$- ' low-pric- You get the most possible for the oil burned ; and the Rayo itself ii a Ump. Yet it is a handsome lamp an ornament to any room ia tne bouse. The Rayo Lamp is easily lighted without removing shade or chimney; easy to daan and rewklc Made of solid brass, d ; also in numerous other style and finishes. Ask your deiler to show you Lb Ene of Rjyo bmpjj'or write f or dctaiptm atalu light-value nickel-plate- There is no glare to it; no flicker. It The Ray-ian economical lamp, too. s It gives a strong, diffused light that is remarkably easy to the eyes. lights up a whole room. to any agency ot the Standard Oil Company M" iii (Incorporated) i -- 2. The Woman Who - . SignsTheCheck is the woman that knows howreliable,trust worthy and obliging the I management of TheGar- rard Bank & Trust Co is. We loan money on good security, and are iways ready and will ing to oblige depositors. When you want your relations to be perfectly satisfactory in your banking account, try doing business with us. -- T-- :!HiaHLs to-d- o The Garrard Bank & Trust Company; & ' f1"' '"r --- .'& .- i. '' x& . ','. -- ? " t j? - -- c i " x . ' .- . " ,f f - - Are You A Woman t4 - - - MitlRE-WARNIK- G .. Rooffl For Genres, I FARMER'S COLBil s90 I U xx&ooocko.oooxo Lancasier People Must Recognize Heefl'lt. Ani i The Woman's Tonic Last Notice To TAX Under the new revenue law, the Sheriff is bound to have his Q uietus before he can receive tax book for 1912, so all delinquents please call and pay at once. Don't delay but call at our office - lr3ili"l' EL 1 TO-DA- Y. - G. T BALLARD, SHERIFF GARffAED COUNTY. But nature nearly always warns you. Notice the kidney secretions. See if the color is unhealthy If there are settlings, 'and sediment, Passages frequent, canty,-painful. It's time to use Doan's Kidney Pillf. Mr. D. L. Gabbard bought a horse '" To "ward, off serious 'diseases. Doan s. have JonG" great work in from Wm. King for $125. Lancaster. Lost: On last Saturday night a lap . Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill StLancas Torfucd For 15 Years. robe finder please return to Clay Ar- ler, ivy., saysr "i never tail to praise nold. g Doan's Kidney Pills when I have the fby a stomach trouble that ton Sale One three H. P. steam opportunity. I have never been with-ouj- t. baffled doctors, and resisted all reme Engine in good condition. , Apply at supply of this reroedp' in the dies he tried, John W. Modders, of this oTice. house for years and whenever my back Moddersville, Mich., seemed doomed. L,-Hudson, a former Garrard becomes lame and painful, a-- few doses He had to sell.his farm and give up For some work. His neighbors said, "he can't count3f man, now located at Atlanta, always bring prompt relief in the mule business, bought 100 head time I suffered from kfdney trouble. live much longer." "What I ate disof mules at .Lebanon, 4 to 6 yeass pld. The kidney secretions were unnatural tressed me," he wrofe, "till I tried and I knew that my kidneys were dis- Electric Bitters, which worked such at- - from $170 to $188 a head.. W. B. Burton, of Lancaster,' purchas- ordered. It was my good fortune to wonders for me that I can now eat ed 25 head of 4 to mules hear oT Doan's Kidney Pills and; I- pro- things I could not take for years. Its . surely a grand remedy for stomach from John Burdett, of Marion county, cured a supply at Frisbie's .Through their .use my kidneys were re- - trouble' Just as good for the liver at $200 per head; also 25 head of 4 to and kidneys. Every bottle guaranteed ; from Samuel Burdett, of Lstored to a normal condition." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Only 50c at R.'E. McRoberts & Son. Lebanon, at an average "price of $181.-7- 5 n Co., Buffalo, per head, and 25 head from 4 to G cents. New York, sole agents for the United years old, from Walter Smith, of Then He Went to the Club. Marion county, at $180 per head. An- States. "After am,j;one." he complained, Remember the name Doan's and derson News. " v "people will begin to notice what I take no other. have done." "Well." his wife sadly M. Lauber bought 2G mules of Mil- replied, "if they do it won't take them ler .Burdett of Lebanon at $205. per CARTEKSVILLE. long." Chicago Record-Heralhead. Mr. lauber shipped them at Mr. Wm. Roof has returned from once to Richmond Va. FIVE MINUTES W. B. Burton purchased of Mac Mil-l- the mines. of Bardstown 16 mules at $200. per Mr. Rouse and family have moved to Sourness, .Gas, Heartburn And Stomach head; he bought of Wilson Branden- Copper Creek. Distress Will Disappear. burg of this county 5 mules for $180: Mrs. Martha Mitchel spent the day per head, of Mark Settles a pair of with Miss Cora Roop Sunday. uistress alter eating, sourness, gas mules for $350., of John Robinson of Mr. Tom Allen and.wife were visitors and heartburn can be quicely relieved Boyle county 3 mare mules for $625. by taking one or two stom at Berea Saturday and Sunday, and of Bun Gaines of Lincoln J mules ach tablets. Mr. Gilbert Clark and sister Tate are for $740. Mr. Burton brought all of liis iney are guaranteed to banish any purchases to "his barns at this place, very sick with whooping cough: case of indigestion, acute or chronic Mr. Pierce Allen and family have and of the number he shipped on Mon-la- y stomach ailments no matter what it is to the Wilson Live Stock Co., moved from 111 to their farm near here. called or money back. sVilson N. C. a car consisting of 23 Mr. John Pennington and family were stomach tablets are small mules and 3 horses. the gue3t of Mr. Mack Pennington Suu-da- and easy swallowed. They are sold by R. E. McRobeit3 & Son and druggist Life Saved At Death's Door. Mr. Joe Cambell passed through here everywhere for 50 cents a box. They "I neverelt so near my grave," last week with nine head of cattle and are put up in a neat metal box that writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, five head of sheep, bought in Clay can conveniently be carried in the vest Tex., as when a frightful cough and county. pocket. They are especially recom lung trouble pulled me down to 100 meneed for nervousness, sleeplessness. pounds, in spite of doctor's treatment Here Is A Remedy That Will Cure Skin h:ifl flronms. dizziness for two years, My father, mother and onrl KilKnucnoca And Scalp Affections. 2 two sisters died ot consumption, and hat I am alive today is due solely to AND WE CAN PROVE IT. Wisdom of Women. Or. King's New Discovery, which comMan who ent io sleep with all hie The R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug pletely cui-- i d me. hair to every person be it man, Oughtawoke to find half of it cut off Now I weigh 187 pounds and have Store says to take a tip from the woman. .woman or child who has an irritated, They always been well and strong for years." Quick 'it theirs away for the safe, sure, its the best remedy on earth tender, inflamed, itching SKIN or night. New York Herald. SCALP, you need not suffer another for coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, day. "We have a refined skin prepare-tio- n croup, and all throat and lung troubles. Wife Got Tip Top Advice. that acts instantly and will bring 50c & $1.C0. Trial bottle free. Guaryou swift and sure results." My wile wanted me to take our anteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. One warm, bath with 2EMO SOAP boy to the doctor to cure an ugly boil," . and one application of ZEMO and you writes D. Frankel, of Stroud, Okla, will not suffer another moment and Hubby Came Flrstl 'i said. put uucKlen's Arnica salve on Wife I've just bought such a. nice you will soon see a cure in'sight. it." She did so, and it cured the boil piece of silk for a tie for you; if there ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP are Proven . " Quickest healer of is anything left over, I can make a cures or every form of skin or scalp in a short time. Burns, Scalds, 'Cuts, Corns, Bruises, skirt for myself out of it. Pele Mele uuecuon. iney are soiu dj one waa- - Snrains c.,Hn .Best rile cure on : :i. in my urunisi, ;. every city or town in OJ,rtr. 'Try it. Only 25c at R. E. Mc- -America and in Lancaster By R. E. Roberts & Son. CROUP ENDS LIFE McRoberts & Son Drug Store. , e. rtpace below this bending la for tlie exclusive use of bur fSiorsulisorlborsaud is for the sale of stock grain nud iu-l- r things on farm us the lamer cannot afford jo ader-tlsNo notice "nfll be accepted oer four Hum. nnd ill be only In wTo Is men of the Ukcdrd. free of charge ' Kidney ills come "mysteriously. " If somp, Lancaster gentleirym p 3Q. SS7-.Arnold, Henry inventive tarn of mind can. devise some 6 Burnett & Elliott . method of making hens lay during cold weather, he can undoubtedly get rich. 31fA Burnside, Robt Burton, R. I. Dr. Walter's receipe to feed them 392-parched corn is very efficacious, but 161 Conn Bros. Cotton, C. S. owing to the extreme high price of 357-Center, Walter, corn, proves too costly. Garrard co- 378-- J unty hens are on a strike and during 220 Elliott, Dr. W. M.. Fox,-J- . C. the week not enough eggs were pro- 174-199 Farmer's Union curable for home comsumption. They Gosney, N. J. are, when obtainable, bringing 34 cents 393-5 Hurt & Anderson. per dozen in case lots. H H Q New Phones. - J K4oocoeoee4oo .dMfc Ml " Store ' J Office Res. Res. I Hardware. Res. Res. ggiwKwwxcjiooi " W hP.PP W h O rk OCS ID m ARE YOU GOING? B - G "'. . ,Res. I am going to the Three. Chair Shop Res. to get my Face and Head Changed Store. whe'ro. you don't have te wait a minute. Res. . Richmond Street. Furniture. Res. Res. 165 387-- A 387-- Hurt F. G. HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. care-defyin- 239 186 69 21 W. -- 323 339-- Q 363-- S 374-- S Kurtz H. M. Res. Locker B. Ites. Lone J. P. Lan. Tobocco Ware House. Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. " Res. Physician End Logan L T. Surgeon. Res. Moore Henry LANCASTER, KY. Mahan J. Q. Res. Residence Phone 220. Mahan J. W. Res. Office Phone 6. W. M. ELLIOTT, - ! Drag-Store- Morgan G. A. 385-- B McMillan Lige 392-Montgomery Dr. 202 Perkins E. W. 363-Pope & Vaughn. 400-Pierce, Joe. 384-Rankin T. C. U - Res. Res. Office. . Res. J. W. SWEENEY LIVERY, G U A Foster-Milbur- 383-- U 351-- B 329-- M 1-- m Rankin James Res. Store. Res. Res. FEED and 'SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. KENTUCKY- RaineyJ. T. Ray Mrs. Eliza 1 1-- m Rose G. C. Rose Dr. B. C. 93 Riley J. L. 85 Robinson Mrs. J. C. 50 Ross & Whitlock. 400-Schooler Roy. 164 379-- H H Res. Res. LANCASTER, Res. Res. Res. Res. DB.TV1U.BUBXETT Physican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Ue-- i er 213 385-- H 338-- Q MI-O-N- A !" 192 86 41 38 397 360 Turner & Carpenter. Res. Turner Joe Res. Kemp. Walker Res. Walker Alex. Livery. Walker & Herndon. Res. Wherritt W. H. Zanone Miss Margaret. Res. Bishop Miss Fannie. Res. Dr. R. L. Pontius. Veterinay. Incorporated. Meats. Res. Store. lenr- - Pimm- - To. OtftVt Phone 6. H. J. PATRICK, All Wirtc Guaranteed. Dentist. Bastin Telephone Company Paint Lick, f. Kentucky. MI-O-N- A y. IMONEYW.y ,fMS tV5?ftE?a M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over X, -- T?J?r J?1T ho-rf- , I c tell you and pay best market We are, d, icrs; established ana can do iiETreKfor jou uisjg; ia?n agenis or commission e. References any bank in Writs for weekly price list. M. SA2EL & SONS mer-chaa- 's. Lou-isvill::7-23-- s JIIs Arnold's Millinery. kY Or. R. L. Pontjus, Cezlsis in FUni, H!US, & 33 E. "Battel SI. lOUISTiUE, WOOL. ICY. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Sweeney'.s Livery Stable. -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky Odiice Office Hours Office over Stormes' Drug Store Seen any of BAILEY'S Black Star It's worth a look, its MORE than worth the price nothing like it in town uon 1 uuy u u .you are atraid ot a "spoiled" cook. pia.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. B. 3J1. TVAXTJER. Lancaster, Ky. 1-- m COAL? ITj. Phone fio. DENTIST. T1NSLEY, 3i9-J. -- 1 I County Surveyor. Office 1-- m Many Children Die Of Croup Every Before A' Year 1-- m H. C. BAILEY. f HONK over F. G. V Hurt s furniture store. Lancaster, Kentucky. Doctor Can Be Summoned IIIIKNA- - VISTA THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. 1 -- - " $Surplus 25,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. A. R. DENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. R. T. Embrv, Book-Keepe- r. J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. Safety Samual D. Deposit' Boxes WE -- For Rent. SOLICIT- YOUR -- BUSINESS. . 11 VETERINARIAN. Risldeiice Phone Having decided to quit farming, I Office Plione3l. Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Troubles Never Lasting. of 122 acres, 95 ex- p m wwu aihAau a &VWW4 itJ Vill XV11VWI1 1IC1 C Islands. United States Army There Is do trouble which is wITh tra sheep, horses, mules, implements LANCASTER. KY. and the sympathy of the wuitiiiiuuicjr ' out its end. Keep his in mind and Office at Logan's Stable. ect. At a bargain for 60 days. A gol- ., ... i i guea uui i. i.i gnei striCKen iamiiy. rian rrTM"i"fri'inirtT to uie Telephone 32 and 432. the end will be quicker in coming frmvni-DANVILLE. Kt o t a guuu tiumc:, m OJtU j"-ww,uui iwi n i iue cuuiuiuuiLv was snocKeo last owu uii jjin.t; .13 uic " .uuweii 01j nine t Falls Victim To Thieves. Thursday to hear of the serious illness pa5nt Lick and 8 miles to Lancaster r- - wno mr-- - w- only a tew near railroad station, convenient to S. W, Bends, of Coal City, Ala., has days Previous had been mingling with sch00l and three churches. This is the a justifiable grievance. Two thieves Whole sale Cash prices to stole his health for twelve years. They"3- - He was taken ilj Monday but ' most convenient farm in the county, a liver and kidney trouble. Then dldn'fc cal1 a physician until Thursday, Good 8 room house, "stopk and tobacco were consumers. x Royal blood and splendid individuality. Dr. King's Now Life Pills throttled as b.e dida't consider himself ery sick barn, and all necessary put buildings. Choice Red Clover $12.50. attenuea mm, out to no Qood tobacco, corn and wheat land, 102 Fall boars and gilts for sale. them. He's well now. Unrivaled for OUI. reward, Sunday acreg j Consfipat ion, Malaria. Headache, Dy- - avai1 he Passed nj balance in rye. Pine Tree Timothy $7.40. J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. spapsia. !5'cr "at R. E. McRoberts & morning. In his death the doJhmunity Come and. loqk at this place and'getthe ancT all other farm seeds. lost a excellent Aeighber, the Lprice and terms. P. S. 60 acres aaioin- Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. Lancaster, Ky. - Son. Wire for Fencing. "Ready Made TO THE CUSTOMERS OETHE church a faithful member--anthe ing his farm can be bought. family a deyoted husband and father. Koofing. W; T. King, Lowell, Ky. He is sufviyedby a wife, four .sons, Nelson's Victory Flour, "gne daughter, two sisters and one r. Funeral af Jktt. ,Olivpt conducted Dairy Feeg. by pastor, Ipterment in. adjacent ceme-tarWrite for sanTpIes and prices. You Mr. 'Poor is.a brother-indaof I will remain at old stand, on public can save $5.00 to. $25.00 on winter and R. S. Brown of Lancaster- LOUISVULE and NASHVILLE RAILROAD. . square, for cleaning. and pressing adies Haying rented my place, I wpl sell to spring purchases. mw apd mens garments. Hats cleaned and the highest and best bidder, pn "HAIR HINT- S- . blocked, shoe repairing. Phone 340, SATURDAY, FEB 10,l912. Join the pressing x Club $1.50 per Worthy The Attention Of People fho at one o'clock P. M. at my residence Both Phones. LEXINGTON. KY. month. Pressing and shoes polished. on the Lexington turnpike about three Wish To Preserve The Hair h. W. Faulkner, fllgr. .fourths of a mile north of BryantsvilJeJ Have your own brush and comb at the following described property. The Two Big Days February 19th and 20th. home and at hair dressers.- - j 4 Jersey cows, 1 Jersey heifer, Fruit ... ...1 1.1" Tirr. w n ....nW xicvci nnn a uiuou ui tuuiu HI UUU1JC o ;i i New Orleans $19.80. Mobile $17.95, Pensacola . places, thev are usually covered' with vaorn , ,,, , u i n ',ro dandruff germs. I Round Trip from Lancaster. . wagon and harness, 1 buggy .and har- Wash your hair brush once awe, ness, 1 cutting harrow, 1 w,th soap and warm water to wh,ch .s ha x mowii mahjne aJy0QS H v iv , . , , . , I other articles used on a farm, about 3.0 February 19th, arrival of REX 2:00 p. m.,and February 20th parade of REX 10: a. m., and Qimyi ue na,r gnce a wee wiuj harrPia nf Pnrn anA uflv uQ, va. wwaa aaA anma JtV pure soap and water. Proteus Parade at Nighty Comus Parade at Night. .Iso some household furniture among Use PARISIAN SAGE -- .wj . which Will he fnnnrt 1 oof nf To.l - Sleeping SC Tickets on ..sate daily February 13th to 19th jnclo3iye. , .Cr Fare $4.00 to 54.50 Each Way.. ""pa lSiirl MU??t0 dollar by when li EJverythjng fqr Orphard, Lawn and new: A some oTdSSfrd' Liberal Stopovers Limit oil Tickets March 18th. ' " R Garden. Our.prices'may Interest you JohnVvhsiGfiipo EnKSfikt . To Approximate Total Cost for the round trip, essimate for five days board and'lodging at $1.00 per" day druff-geh- V -- and or LOUISVILLE, KY. .jKjjMriyik s the date of Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Established 1837 in best private homes or ?2.00 per day at hotels 'to "which add the above railroad and Pullman fares; money back". .sale, For sleeping car reservation apply to any ticket agent Louisville & Nashville Rajlrojid "Company. " CI;htn8fk:iprice paid To iton hair from "fahTinfc land scaln MRS. R. A.McGRATH; Sr. FURS &, Sons. fromitching,.o! htonay-backl-HrF.Hillenmeyer -. .. See Descriptive Booklet. Bryantsville,-Kentucky- . and HIDES. To put life andieauty into "dull faded ! Gol. WOOL MKflP m hair or njoney back Price 50,cents. Li K w SB ' Lexington, Kentucky. , ea UKHiuig Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill, Dr. W. .M. Elliott, Directors. Parents of children should be preparMrs, Ward Ricketts has been visited at all times for a spasm of croup. ing her parents at Danville. Keep.in the house a remedy that will Will Lane and wife of Ring's Moungive, instant relief and keep the child tain are visiting relatives here. from" choking until the arrival of the Mrs. Sam Lane and son Hansel were physician. visitors in Nicholasville last week. Get-50 cent bottle of HYOMEI toMrs. Marshall Scott and children day and in case of an attack of croup have returned from a visit to Nicholaspour 20 drops into a kitchen bowl of boiling water. Hold the child's head ville. Mrs. Cecil Armstrong and children of over the bowl so that it can breath the soothing, penetrating vapor that arises, j Louisville, are visiting the family of In the meantime send for a physician. C. F. Ison. This treatment ha.ssaved the lives rf I On account of the illness and death many children and is a precaution that of Mr. S. W". Poor there was no preach- all parents should promptly take. ing at Mt. Olivet Sunday.. -- HYOMEIis sold by R. E. McRoberts Mrs. Will Scett last Monday af ter-Son and'druggists everywhere and is noon was summoned to her mother guaranteed ior croup, caiarrn, astnma Mrs. Proctor of Mercer countv. who and bronchitis. CVin Tn1 UT.l hlflTnlmn innnnntnno a & YOUR gPJg&IST STOPS THAT ITCH If you are suffering from Eczema, Psoriasis or any other kind of skin trouble, drop hito- our store for Instant relief. We will guarantee you to stop that itch in two seconds. A 25c trial bottle will prove it "We hate sold other remedies for skin troubles, but none that we could recommend more highly than the'well "Wlnter-Krecn, &0 E. W. 01as3es Fittetl. Satisfaction Gnaraoteed. 9OOO0COOOO0e9OOOOO6O9OO9OWOC Morrow, Graduate Optician known compound of Oil of Thymol and a few other ingredients that have wrought such wonderful cures all over the country. This compound, known as D. D. D. Prescription, will cool and heal the Itchy, burning skin as nothing else can. Get a regular bottle and see on y our . offer, no-pa- J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director . Out Flowers 1 of QUALITY. i Ware McRoberts. ! R E. McRoberts & Son For Sale. and Embalmer Henry L.Casey,D.v.s z ::j nM,lmnl1,l,t.n.,rtMiBi.1.'"- ::rr;?;rn ? w. o. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer., trrri - j. I " Ja:i,ii!i. Field Seeds. Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs -- v.- tos -- gg h-aj 1-- m -- d brp-he- Onlv a Dav and Night To New Orleans. Cost To See ' Lancaster y. w Public Sale. -- Dry Cleaning Co What It Will Mardi Gras TUESDAY first-clas- W. Bush Nelson ani Shade Trees $19.95, -- S u, l..l MONDAY Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies,. .Roses, Phlox, Etc. J Tm,? -- - FTSi jftbo1isb-'-dahd'ra- J .g ,r -f V MMBBMHHHHHHB s ( I -- ' - x- - , -- , --- ? w 3 'S v r . jz x ...---' ' -- ." !. -- rr j v 'k--&- & iSrsJ. "Visa i ." - . . JT ..,.'. T "IT fTf"" &mi a '".J3 Wj. lVi?. ..-- v fV.C-- " t -a lf.: a. A- - i" . 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