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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 9, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912020901_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 9, 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. - d- - Je - n THE j CEIRAL LANCASTER. KY., j PtftfJ. EELlGlOy, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT FRiDAY,-FEBRUAR- TWENTY SECOND YEAR. Y 9, 1912. Thurc-JJatson- NUM3ER 44. fm rSTOSSSSglSStESSKS 's Mr. 0. W. E3tes and wife left Having accepted a position at R. H. WELL DONE, MI?. HELM. Dry Goods Store, I want all day for La Pryorj- - Texas, where they will make their future home. hi of my fiicnds to trade with me. Says Louisville Tirnes of WorlTof 4- j .Mrs Do'.lie Br own. V,' If S I " B 3 i m. y i.ORAI KM disss u '" 1 1 Ife SB eg a M ." "fc Plumbers Kept Busy. ij Tho Eevero weather of the t week Water V? has kept the plumbers busy. &b ' pipes have frozen and burst as have & tanks to kitchen stoves which were not M g.ven proper attention, and the services V7 of the plumber have been constantly in ( demand. We think the local talent a- :s long that linejmust be exceptions to the 7V general rule as to their charges, as we ; have heard no complaint or exormtant I?-c- i)t Scsd!ii2 rpsnsive. Local merchants are advertising clover seed atSH.OO per bushel and Under the heading "well done llr. timothy seed at from $5.00 to 6,00 per Helm," the Louisville Times tells how bushel. Pretty expensive this when Lincoln county congiesman had you take into consideration the fact the that it is hard to "eet a stand" and had a very large part in saving the clover. 5S Bisirict Conrressmaii. III JLJ? X fcj bfi wm ! g I I A II that severe weather often kills young taxpayers of the country something New Paper In Somerset. j charges. onn prices? B BWrf & Metcalfe-Kell- ey. 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 feny a piece of machinery from them, you are sure to be satisfied for they know how to fix it so as to give the best - fy rJ ,w "I Mr. Walter Kelly and Miss Tressie Metcalfe drove to Richmond Wednesday and were married after hich they returned to the home of the grooms parents where they were tendered a reception on Wedneseay night. The groom is 25 years of age and is the Chester Fitch Secures Posifon. youngest son of Mi, rnd Mrs. Ben Chester Fitch of Jessamine county, L. Kelly; the bride is 18 and is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Isaiah Met-ca- lf who resided in Lancaster for a tin e, has secured a position in the postoffke af the Lowell locality. department of the House of RepresenWitness Returnes. tatives in Washington. The position i& Deputy Sheriff Bennie Robinson went only temporary and Mr. Fitch will re over to Nicholas"ille Saturday and re-- g turn to Jessamine after its expirations turned with Henry Cooley, colored, aud actively push h3 canvass for the who is wanted as a witness in the trial democratic nomination for county clerk of Allen Jones charged with the killing of that county. Game Having Tough Time. has more competition in Somerset in the shape of the Somsucceeds the erset Leader, defunct Somerset Republican, with Mr. W. G. CundifT as editor. We welcome the Leader to our exchange list, ar.d as it is a republican paper in the only republican district in the state, we bespeak success for it Cecil Williams which-sheet" like $30,000,000 a year. Wonder what some of his detractors will say to these words. The Times says Well Dene, Mr. Helm. Ihc ' f iSm 1 Ihl O 1 II p-- made to the Houfe of Representatives by the Secretary of War, recommending the immediate The report i Mm KKI L C Sal Bfl 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 lin2 of Buggies, Implements, Hardware etc., and get their prices on any work you may want done? v " -- v P II n it j H li a fe pi Ky. r ea p W of Harrison Preston. At the time of the killing Cooley was arrested in eol4 ncction with the crime, but was ith leased on his own recognizance in the sum of $100. for his appearance before tfi the grand jury. After his release, & Cooley skipped the county, and his "2 ' whereabouts were not known ior some .l time, out oincer reel locaiu anu ar il rested him. Evil doors in Garrard county often A' CS make their escape, and drop from the EL ' public mind, but the local officers are frj constantly on the lookout, and if they fjj wish to avoid the vigilant eye of & Sheriff George Ballard or deputy Curt t Robinson, they will have to put con-- $ siderable territory between them and $ the county of Garrard, and even after "J that precaution, they are often caught Jt j and returned. re-&- - 5l. I . i ,....,..... ,- -- Rabbits and quail are having a hard time during the unusually severe waather and the latter are often seen about barn yards feeding with the domestic fowls. We could tell some miraculous stories about the game of the county, but for fear of being cjyyac-terize- d as a fish liar", we will leave this to some qf our contemporaiies who have already related some occurrences along that line Hordia Sale A Sucess. The sale of lots in.Deland Flordia on February 2nd under ihe pervisicn of Messrs j 0. T. Wallace and J. in S. Hasel-de1 n, j I 93 & c; a U m - was a great brought fiom 5 6ti0. the sale amounted more than $10,000. Messrs Wallace success. The to $1350. each ts and Have You Tried Ufa Xuy the aggregate to The United Realty & Auction Company, under which name & Haselden Lancaster, f U& irti. r conduct their sales, have opened up permanent headquarters in Deland.? Frederick Martin Ripley Knov-'Ies- . Iwppiwi! i; tt C-- . i J' Inn noQ -- V J iu If r &23&tzm&t!mfM2m3m&& ttg&33&ns& H. C. Newv has been received) ere by Mr. A. B. Brown Sr. of the death of Fred Knowjes, as he was familiary cal'ed, not, you're loosing a lot of COAL whV:h occured in Denver' Col. on the SATISFACTION. Better order a lstjnst. Mr. Knowles -- marred Mips TON at once from Marietta Ciow of Louisville; who is a grand daughter of Mr. Brown, about four years ago. Mrs. W. S. Hulman of Louisville, Mrs Knoule's mothei went to Chicago to meet her daughter-- i to accompany her to New York whee the interment took place. Iff Is BAILEY. A True Prophet. -- . Any one who doubted the accuracy of the ground hog as a weather prophet will surely become a believer after his last caper. He may not be exact as to the length of the spell of weather, but he was certainly correct as to its com ing. After the seond day, which is his natol day, being fairly comfortably, the following day ushered in a violent snow storm and on Sunday the Mercury dropped to 6 below Surely no one will doubt his powers as a prophet after this. A Sad Death. OF 4 --. H 1 I tt II If 'nr I t i ' I E I li-- J Si l 1 (' - STILL ON IN FULL BLAST. you want to save Money on KS 5 Mr. T. J. Cochran, a state deputy fire marshal, whose home is in Carroll-to- n Ky. came to Lancaster on January-19tto make an investigation of some fires which had recently occured in the county. He went into the country and was gone for a few days and upon his return to the Kengarlan hotel, where he was stopping, he complained of being sick. Dr. Burnett was summoned and found him suffering with lagrippe and slightly congested lungs, and advised that he go to the Lancaster hospital for treatment, This Mr. Cochran would not do, saying that he was anxious to be at home, and so great was his anxiety that he started against the expressed wishes of the physician. A few days after his departure news reached Mr. Zimmer, proprietor of the Kengarlan, of the death of Mr. Cochran in Louisville, he not being able to reach his home. To Tax Bachelors. M. h . H, B. No. 392 introduced by Mr. T. a S bus H" 3 vy? a o MB vm v; m A and FURNISHING GOODS, call on him. t Prices fifty lower than any TERMS CASH. house in Lancaster. per-cen- I "- H. T. LiUUillN . j. Bertram, representative from Lewis county before the Kentucky legislature seeks to place a tax upon bachelors between the ages of 35 and 60'years for school purposes. This act would if passed fall pretty hard upon the Record with the editor verging upon the minimum and the assistant creeping well along toward the maxi-" Lmum age, and we shall do what Ts within our power to block its passage, however, we have but small hopes in so far as our own representative, is concerned, who having succeeded in fooling one of Garrard county's best women in to becoming his wife, now seems to take a special delight in sending us a marked copy of the Legislative Digest containing a copy of the bill. This too after our personal friendship of years standing, and the many courtesies we have shown him, and that toonowing full well that neither of the editors have any matrimanial hopes. Oh the ingratitude of. som'e " " people. " -- Crop of J. T. Veach, fiercer Co who 45o pounds at 151c 520 pounds at had 61-- pounds. 14J(T ' 251c 250 pounds at 1?0 pounds at 14?c 25ic 360 pound at 215 pounds at 13Xc ISO pounds at 330 fKXinds at 151c 190 pounds at 515 pounds at 14Jc 220 pounds at 24e Average Of Crop 259 pound, at CroP of Kurkland Shepperson. Boyle 19c 45 pounds at is incalculable, ooc ' Count v: 31u pounds at At a time when there is much talk 21c "9 pounds at 315 pounds 4ic about economy and few indications of 105 pounds at igc 22; ! 250 pounds at at its practice by either party at Wash- 220 pounds at ige 2ic 250 pounds at - 3jC( ington, Mr. Helm's plan of reversing 310 pounds at 2ic 150 pounds at pounds at 12c 10 at 14JC the system commends itself to most 315 9C 10c , iw pounds at 315 pounds at favorable consideration. 80 pounds at 1S 330 pounds at tc 410 pounds at 17c Farra A Delagats. Of Crop 250 pounds at 15ic Hon, McCreary has appointed Hon. Crop of Bettie Kaughman Casey Co: 23c pounds at John M. Farra a delegate to the Illi 2G0 pounds 40c 21c 32 pounds at at nois and Interstate Good Roads Con- 190 pounds 100 pounds at 30c 22.c at vention, which convenes in Chicago on 26Xc 235 pounds at 20c 55 pounds at February 12th, 55 pounds at 24Xc 235 pounds at 151c co P0"nd3 at 151c 14icl 250 pounds at . Ed. Walton Back In Harness. 260 pounds at icic Average Of Crop Ed. C. Walton has purchase.d of Ce- 115 pounds at -Crop of Pense Bros Garrard County: o cil Williams the Somerset Times and 145 pounds at .1 . pounus at 3oc will take charge of it at once. The igo pounds at 22.50 tirop Average Times, already a newsy sheet, will 23c RrarT- - 150 Pounds at fVnn nf .In.., .Tno Hniliis the skilful management and guid ' Pounds at 25e ance of Ed. Walton, rapidly take front ahaw Mercer Co. who had 9320 pounds. 245 pounds at I5jc rank among the democratic newspapers 390 pounds at 21c of the state. A busting business man. 495 pounds at IwtC ic a splendid manager and a versatile and 315 pounds at 18c 1W vui.uo ai 205 pounds at 13ic logical writer, Ed. will receive a warm 500 pounds at 15c 48o pounus at 17c welcome back intxfthe lealsm of Jour- 520 pounds at 16c and by the same token will the 420 pounds at nalism, 13Jc Of Crop loss of Cecil Williams be regretted. 370 pounds at 14c Crop of Samuel Taylor, Casey Co The latter has a splendid position in 420 pounds at 15c 230 pounds at 26c the office of State Auditor Bosworth. 490 pounds at 17c 375 pounds at ' 23c 290 pounds at 17c 265 nniiruls nt yn use of the legislature put 390 pounds What's the C at 330 pounds at 21c ting thousands of dollars in a fish hatch 430 pounds at 1CI. - 320 pounds at 17c ery to stock the streams of the state 450 pounds at 151c non f 15c with fish? Is it that the scoundrelly 380 pounds at :c 150 pounds at 10c dynamiter may destroy them faster 165 pounds at 12c cj 225 pounds at than they can be replenished? First 320 pounds at ' 55 pounds at pass a law to put the dynamiter and 415 pounds at 15c other .fish destroyers out of business and 330 pounds at Of Crop i4?c then go after the hatchery. "This kind of outlaw would be in his glory with Col. W. Finch of North the taxpayer furnishing the fish. n- abandonment of eighteen army posts and the gradual elimination of others until the total is cut down from foity nine to eight, is the cutcome of the work of which Representative Helm, of Kentucky, has been engaged for months as chaii man of the Committee of Expenditures in the War Department. The Helm Committee has held nu merous and exhaustive hearings at which Gen. Wood, the chiefs of departments, such as the Quartermasters and the subsistence department and scores of other offices in a position to speak with the authorits of knowledge, hac appeared as witnesses The hearings have been conducted without flourish of trumpets of the accompaniment of brass band trimmings. They have had as their object the increased efficiency of the army in time" of peace more effective methods of mobilization in time of war and decreased expenditures through the inauguration of r.rmy, as distinguished from political trading posts. In a speach recently made by Chairman Helm the statement was made that an annual saving of from ten to thirty millions could be effected by the elimination of useless posts and the maintenance of only such pests as are necessary to provide an adequate system of defence. That the estimate is conservative is shown by the fact that, in the Secretary of War's report, that official declares that the abandonment of the eighteen posts named will decrease the cost of maintenance of $5 500,000 a year. If the Helm plan is adapted in loto and but S posts are left and that number will be adequate to guard the Atlantic and Pacific coasts, to provide an efficient system of torcenient lrom posts situateii on interior iines ar.d for the pnrpose of the better instruction of the National Guard, a saving of $30,000,000 annually The is by no means an extreme figure. resultant benefit to the army's effi ciency re-e- i r ! 1 'n vfe! Hi bmVIIhi vii 1 flH iu Ek H ki zz tP MM N?l?3 l P! 5wft57 Br WSI -- tj Mm mm mm mm r?3 ?g IaJ m HPR n Ahbb Va ftvAp rfi SiP cJbq vtSi 4ggr T"3gSa &J6 hitA LjI I "WB sS2- The Peoples Tobacco Warehouse are still seLing at the same high prices and Wednesday reached the high price as shown above. The sellers are feeling good and claim that this is the only market Although the weather was cold Wednesday, this house sold 50,000 Lbs. of the weed and some of the prices are shown below. Special attention is called to the high average of the crop of Judge Hughes of Mer cer Co. He had 9320 pounds and it averaged him $15.56. Garrard County people are requested to visit this House and have a personal talk with Col. I. M. Dunn, an old Garrard Comity Man, Below are a few of the prices received by growers at this house ; ll. -J 1- $15.56 ' - Average 17.36 I $26.42 -- uu-d- er ui -- 5io.uu . ! ! i ,- -n , Average $19.94 -- -,, j . f, Har-rodsbu- rg Herald. The laws already upon the statute books of Kentucky are amply adequate for the protection of the fish and game of the state. What we need is the rigid enforcement of the already existing laws. What is the use of enacting more laws to go unheeded as the ones have. What we need fs an organization of the land owners who with the officers of the will law in "the enforcement of the laws; next game wardens who are officers in more than name only, who will not only prosecute transgressions brought to their notice, but will look for trans- Tlmri qnn than nltr tttH .Mnenmna fishand game of the state be protected..iJANVILLSj y Average $19.39 J. Carolina, the gifted and silver tongue auctioneer of the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse has again demonstrated be3'ond a reasonable doubt that he stands the peer of any tobacco auctioneer in the state having sold more high average crops than any other auctioneer in the stater" The public is cordially invited to call and hear him. Fsppl 55 Tobacco Warehouse Co.' Incorporated. I. M. Dunn, President. $.- - KENTUCKY. . I! LT - - J. V .,S''.,V - vs-.T- jj - f.HS&z!?3 -- S z. " :- --, ; T -- (. -- TheGentral Record of our tobacco to The Nov; County" Unit Extension Law. 'Mr. S. G. Ha&clden Purchases Faim. Darirrif And Itching Scalp Yield To Imo ?rrr i&fjtUSfrlLiSirlLi' ' & t&rpi' , other towns to mailcet takes more. ... s a HnoolrlAn nf tV.o fcnwrnw Mr TL. Tv... ?,., 3 iiVL.iu.:tii money out of the county in one yearj Arm rf INCORPORATED. ;en tl an the mail order houses put to-- jennt S1.0Q a yeah, than Issued Weekly. Count, of Mr. W. A. Price 03 acres of land on Why should you continue to experof the gethor doe. in four. The farmer when iment with salves, grsasy lotions and de ntieal utti Ine JSiles Unlt Law, is GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor he takes his crop -to., an adjoining town ttipmnrr which has alrradv oassea tno "om Lanca3tor lfor vhKn- ra paio. fancy hair dressings trying to rid your , . , ;r - 7S ,; ., to raarKet never ians to spsna a goodlj ; ,r rp,,,. ---:-- 3nj1(; -- - scalp of germ life They can't do ic -" .inn wmen win acuDtjes; dc the. tv? per cent f ins years earning ih that riocse, Est red fit tns Poi rifiie in Lniieairei n mg ianu ana we unaerstana Mr. because they cannot penetrate to the which will be submitted to .the ii eoor.nJ e I.i?i Mail M.itfoi town, which if we had a home market. will place a tenant on it who will seat of the trouble ard draw the germ Governor, and after receiving his .sigMember Kentucky Press Association would be spent at home. life to the surface of the scalp and de nature, will become a law, and is as cultivate it We are firm in, our belief that the stroy it. cud s:-- . A New Executive Mansion Assured. tobacco crop of Garrard county is de- - follow Why not tiy a PROVEN REMEDY? " 'a' No election in any town, city, Publishers League. Eighth District cirnhlo iVinl if is snflimmif- in Mitranfritv bill to pass both houses Thirst legislature was approprir--of One that will do this. Wo have a ' lUStllel or pieciuci Ui u cuumj &uaii uc and good enough in quality for .1.- t ie present t remedy that will rid the scalp of germ Lancaster, Ky. February 9, 1912. who want good tobacco to conTe here held, under this article, on the same on of $75,000.for the erection of a life and in this way will cure DANDday.cn which an election for the enafter it. butrhy should they coma aftire county is held. When an election now Executive Mansion. The passing RUFF and ITCHING SCALP. Rates For Political Announcements ter it when it will he taken to them. is held in an entire county and a ma- of the bill means that Kentucky is to This remedy is ZEMO, a clean refined so long as we will take it to them, i erect for her chief executive a residence penetrating scalp tonic that goes right ' --" For Precinct and City Offices . . . ?o.00 Just just so long we may do so, and when jority of the legal votes cast at said which will be an honor to the state, to the seat of the trouble and drives L10.00 For County Offices home market for our election are against the sale, barter or and which will be in keeping with the ithe germ life to the surface and de- - 'H For State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 we establish a loan of spirituous, vinous, malt or other 10 home product, then will Mahomet go to stroys it. For Calls, per line shall not movement for a greater Kentucky. intoxicating liquors, then it 10 the mountain: A shampoo with ZEMO (AFTISEP- - !p FOR For Cards, per line As the case now stands, the Garrard be lawful to sell, barter or loan aiiy Grove Kennedy Passes To Kis Last Reward TIC) SOAP and one application For all publications in the interof such iiquor in any portion of the councounty farmer consumes from two to est of individuals or expresMr. Grove C. Kennedy died at his ZEMO will entirely rid the scalp of enfour days in conveying his crop to ty. If, at such an election for the individual views, per sion of tire countv. the majority of the legal home near Preachersville on last Sat- dandruff and scurf, Do not hesitate, 10 market, is at an enormous expense, is line urday and his remains were interred but get a bottie of ZEMO today. It ;wlilif imifil ... in votes cast are in favor of the sale, ... , 05 tfnmnrllfl tf hirv i. Sunday in the cemetery at Preachers- "acts on a new principle and wili do exi.i- l Obituaries, per line y " order that he may transport his entire uslll UI ,u- -" ' a iu;i i uul ufviMLt; uu make 11 ville. Mr. Kennedy had .been in fail- actly what we claim for it. crop at one trip, is exposed to the r Sold and endorsed By the R. E. Mc health for some time from a comANNOUNCEMENTS weather for several days, and then legal to grant license to sell, barter or ing plication of diseases, but his death was Roberts & Son Drug Store. diwhen he reaches the market he is tired, loan s.uch liquors in any territorial caused by pneumonia. He is survived For County Judge. worn out and disgusted; then if he vision ol such county from which thev A Letter From North Dakota. v loan has been excluded by his wife and four sons and one happens to strike an "off day" when sale, barter or We are authorized to announce Clayby an election held under this article, daughter, all of whom are grown, one Perhaps a letter from the frozen the market is poor, and were he at son Mr. Mike O. Kennedy being enton A. Arnold as a candidate for CounNorth would be of interest to relatives home he would not sell, but wdt until or by special act, but the status of such gaged in business in Bryantsville in and friends, I will ty Judge of Garrard County subject to endeaver to tell you the market improved, yet in his tired territorial division shall remain as if no this county. the action of the democratic party. such election had been held. of our winter we are now having in Daand worn out condition, and in his anx" 'b' No election &ha!l be held in any Grove Kennedy has had a tempestu- kota, it has been awful cold the past We are authorized to announce iety to get back to his home and family election precinct under this act on the ous career, and the deeds of his earlier three weeks in Dakota as well a3 the James A. Beaz'.ey as a candidate for he lets it go, preferring to sacrifice Lis same day on which an election is held days are now being extensively exploit- other states, the thermometor has been County Judge of Garrard county, sub- crop rather than to stay on expanse so which the ed in the press of the state, but with thirty six to forty below zero, I know ject to the action of the Democratic-party- . far from home when his family and for the district or city of an election all of his faults, and who is without as I am out most every day have beup business demand hi.? attention. Is precinct is a part. If at held for such entile district or city, the them, he had much in his character come use to the cold, but one has to this .state of affairs to continue idefini-telwhich was to be admired. His declin- wrap up good, wear fur caps, For Sheriff. 117ai7HJSfrHMlrtlJirfailgrrtf1 is Garrard county to continue a majority of legal votes cast shall be in fur or! Jl favor of the sale, barter or loan of ing years were devoted with all the sheep lined couls and heavy mittens, are we announce C. A feeder for its neighbors, We are authorized to spirituous, vinous, malt or other liquors filial love of which a kind hearted father and if your mittens are not very heavy Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of tmue a feeder lor its neighbors, are we then the status in several precincts is capable, in trying to do something to you can wear three or four pair. We Garrard County, subject to the action to continue the production of as good thereof bhall remain as it was before render more comfortable the lives of havent had so much snow this winter, m hurley tobacco as any county in the of the Democratic party. whom had been so it is drifted in places ten and twelve state and adj ining counties reap the said election; but if the majority shculd his sons, three of get into trouble, and feet deep; and have had one bad bliz be against the sale, then the sale, bar-to- r unfortunate as to We are authorized to announce profits of our industries? or loan of such liquors shall bu un- the old gentlemans efforts were re- zard, one girl teaching school at a litAshby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff Cannot the Garrard County Developlawful in every portion of said district warded by haying with him all of his tle town was lost in that blizzard and acof Garrard county, subject to the ment Association take this matter up surviving sons at the time of his death. she only had to go a few rods to her tion of the democratic party. and remedy it? This body we look to in or city. Kind hearted and faithful to a fiiend, boarding house, but some way got such matters for assistance, i.nd we We are authorized to announce W. The Men's Fleliiicn And Fcrvatd Move- he never forgot a kindness, and there turned around and wandered about to tnem now to institute an inL. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard appeal are hundreds of people in thi3 and ad- three miles aw;tyand was found frczen vestigation and see if we cannot have a county, subject to the action of the joining counties who admire him for to death. I also know another girl ment lis SpecinJfy Of Estsit. home market for our tobacco. democratic party. these sp'endid traits of character. that froze her ears driving three miles; On behalf of pastors of Lancaster, There has been introduced in the Dr. Pearce gives following statement:- that was the first time I eved saw any Origin Of "Ground Hog's Day." For Assessor. . . T Kentucky legislature two bills having T. one frozen, her ears wer awful to look its ureat itccom; it coming to tn- - The following "folk lore" story taWe are authorized to announce Dave for their object the giving to the state casltr irnd Gairaid. at and very painful to her. I hav'nt ken from Our Dumb Animals gives the been very cold and have gone to school C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor a mandatory primaiy election law, In Louisville, as Kentucky center of of Garrard county subject to the ac- t!ieo:ie which was presented by Sena- the movement for 1012. six thousand origin of the "Ground Hog's Day." every day, some mornings the fur coltor Eaton has already passed the upper men attend jd the meetings in Novem-- and in the absence of any other more lar on my coat is white with frost and tion of the democratic party. house, the other one presented by Rep. r camp t'',-- of eight daj s, four hun-t!i- plausible account, we may had as well if a lock of hair is peeping from under . We are authorized to announce Mr. Thompson also having passed the lower my cap that is. white with frost, and recoiihd themselves for the good accept as the true origin. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- house. The bills are very similar in ,,Accciding to an old folk-lor- e story, tears come in my eyes I close them l.fe of tlu-- chri&tway, the whole city nation of Assessor of Garrard County, their general provisions, but the one if a poison wishes to know wether there and they will begin to freeze, so you was stirred. subject to the action of the democratic introduced by Mr. Tho pson is 'i see you have to keep your eyes open Viil be a late or early spring the moie in So this winter seventy five central will not cause a break down if the carriage is one of ours. party. i the adimal to be consulted. in detail. 'I lie legislature cities of America, are being complete Dakota, and what do you think of your stirred : s Early in the Autumn the woodchuck eye lashes being white with froit. We are authorized to announce J. B. will doubtless combine the two bills, never before, from these cities tho Our carriages are made for hard service, and every test Collier as a candidate for the nomina- taking the best contained in each of movement ii extended to cities and gots to sleep in his winter quarters. As sooias the first snow falls jjecple our carhowever severe but proves it. Think we over-rat- e tion for assessor of Garrard county, them and will enact a lav, entitled the towns of sct crade, and so on until it He curls himself up in a little ball, with all begin to travel hiBob-sled- s yoif never subject to the action of the democratic Primary Election reaches riages? Then ask those now r.dng them. What they say school districtin a county. his nose under his paws so that he can see a wheel vehicle out until the snow Law, thereby recognizing the splendid Meetings being held also in shops, fac- keep hjs toes warm by breathing on is all gone. We drive two horses to a P?rty. ought to send you here in a hurry for a carriage you can them. Here he sleeps snugly all win- sleigh to school every day, two miles We are authorized to announce W. services of both gentlemen. The indi- tories and on down to country firesides. ter, and then, so the old story goes, he and a half. It i3 fun for awhile but cations at present are that a law evolvWnat it is; first it is interdenominaL. Huffman for a candidate for assessdepend on. You'll find the prices right too. or of Garrard county subject to the ed from the two will be enacted"within tional; it stands for and serves, thro wakes up suddenly on February 2nd, one soon gets tired and longs to see ' the next few dajs. men and bojs practical Christianity ; to frtretcheb himself, inbs his ees, and the green grass. I wish you Ky., boys action of the Democratic party. If you want your buggy or wagon reao Ja?t creeps cut of his cozy nest to and girls were out here to go skating, The bills provide for the holding of a receive believe and seive it in its Great mandatory primary election upon the Head as life and business; a work a see what it looks like outdoors. If he coasting and sleigh-ridinMy brothpaired or your horse shod quick, bring them For Magistrate. finds ih cold and wet, the earth covered er has a pair of skies he has great fun first Tuesday in August, both parties dr.j. m to us. We. are authorized to announce maUing nominations for offices, and in Present Plans of forward movement with snow, and heavy gray clouds hang- with them on the snow. I visited my low in the sky, he begins to look ohn N. White sis a candidate for the event there are no nominations in Kentucky, commencing with New ing old Kentucky home about a year ago for he feels certain that soon v hen the people there thought they ' Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- made, tht re will be no candidates at York national center, each state of rard county, subject to the action of the ensuing November election, for forty six lias its State Center; Ken- the ground will be warm and the little had a cold winter, I only laughed they which election the primary o hold to tucky is Louisville. At the state cen- buds will be coming out, for Spring is never did see any cold weather. You the democratic party. 3 nominate candidates. There wili be ter of the Movement four teams of six surely or. her way. But if the sun is 51 WalWe are authorized to announce to&etsof ballots, one set for the men each formed and specially trained shining brightly and the first thing he ing that is awful cold, 1 am glad when & ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magi- democratic and one for the republican sees as he lea es his burrow is his own it gets warm enough to quit sleighing. special departments of effoi t. strate in the first district of Garrard i party, but the election will be held by for shadow, he pops back into it again as I came from a party one night when it They are the best of Louisville's layCounty, subject to the' action of the one set of officer?, two of which shali men and ministers to go out into the fast as he can, once more tucks his was thirty below zero but strange to democratic party. be selected from each party, and the state to such towns, as will work with nose under his paws and settles down say I did not get cold, was well wrapWe are authorised to announce Ship-to- n state and county will defray the ex- them in some five lines of effort; name- for anohter six weeks' nap, for a cold, ped up in a fur coat and robe and it penses of the election. ly boys work bible stady, evangelism, late season is the only result tkat can seemed fmpossible that it could be that H. Estes as a candidate for be expected from seeing his own little cold but the air is so dry, we dont haye We heartily congratulate the gentle-me- d social service and missions. in the first district of Garrard upon their presentation of such county, subject to the action of the Local organisation in plenty of Com- shadow cast by the bright sunlight. It the damp climate you eastern people sensible measures looking to the pro- mittee work, careful invoice of local must be confessed that he doesn't al- have. democratic party. The coyotes wake us up these winter tection and safeguarding of the rights canditions example; how many families ways get it just right, but he probably We are authorized to announce 0f suffrage of the people and guaran Garrard; how many individuals of doson't mind if he does oversleep some nights with their yelping it isnt any of Charles C. Becker as a candidate for teeing a fair primary election for both Lancaster have time to use their Bible? fine spring days." thing unusal to see three or four playJ Magistrate in th second district of parties. We rejoice in the belief that How many boys ing on the Prairies, they are so much of the county are out WaUing-Pattuarraru county, subject to tne action Kentucky is fast approaching a rep the weekly Bible study? and other and like a shepherd day and play like two It will pay you to buy a Stove now. There is going to nf th ripmnrrnhc nnrlv resentative form of government. One of the prettiest home weddings pups, and the prairie chickens fly other. How many will face about. be lots of cold weather yet. Services of state center team are that has occured in this vicinity for around and feed on the wheat stacks, For Coomonwesllh Attorney. After a heated struggle lasting sev- given free to a county center that in- many a day. was that of Miss Olive the jack rabbits are so pretty now just eral weeks the people of Lincoln county vites and works with them, they only Walling and Mr. Oscar Patton, when as white as the snow. It seems to me We are authorized to announce Emmet when I pick up a home paper and read vote Puryear as a candidate for Common will tomorrowftquors upon whether or not expect travel expense and entertain- they were united in marriage at the intoxicating shall be sold legally ment gifts to work are entirely volun- pretty home of the bride Wednesday about what cold winter you are having wealth attorney, subject to the action within the confines of the county. We tary, each community thus served to morning at live o'clock. It was a most if I was there I would think it was of the Democratic party, sincerely hope, first because of the fair pass it on to the next; in special or- beautiful home wedding. The house warm. The older settlers say it has name of the county of Lincoln being ganization and effort; selecting their was artistically decorated in white and been colder here than it has been in For School Superinlendant. involved, that the result will be a vic- - own field. green and presented a scene that was eight years. Wishing every one a happy New We are authorized to announce Miss tory for the advocates of the dry side Pastors of Lancaster have federated lovely, as the golden hue of the sunrise Jennie Higgins as a candidate for of the question. Our second cause foi to invite the state team and cooperate was about to arise and spread its bril- Year in my Old Kentucky Home as I think its the only place on the globe. School Superintendant far Garrard this wish is a selfi&h one, because of the movement going on all over the liancy about the ever beaming bride. county, subject to die action of the the fact that in the event that saloons state in present month of February The ceremony was performed by I will ring off. Shot Guns at Cost, Coal Vases, Carriage Heaters, Coal Oil Heaters Democratic parly. are voted into Lincoln county, Lancas- - four teams of six men each, three davs Rev. Homer Carpenter, a very pleas- Take me back to Old Kentucky. We are now taking our inventory and find we are overstocked on : ter and Garrard county will reip all of in a place, team one; east as for as ing and popular young minister of To the state where I was born. Take me back to Old Kentucky. several lines. Come in this week and get some bargajps. Over a year ago the Record advocat-- ie ev'1 to be derived from their open- Ashland, Ky. team two; south west Shelbyville. Where the blue grass decks the hills. That man that took away as his brjde ed the location of a loose leaf tobacco inS, and if there be such a thing as a sectional state, team three central Oliver Plows, Syracuse Hillside Plows, Studebaker Mary Clark Englemao market in Lancaster. We "were given benefit arising from such a source, we Kentucky Lexington, Danville, Lancas- Miss Walling won one of our best A Few Vulcan Plows at COST, Braddock, North Dak. Wagons. ter etc. Team four western Kentucky ladies, one that has made and modeled assurance that a house could not be es- - w'" Ket n0"e of it. It is eternal officers which Lancaster date, not yet given hut will a reputation that is beyond comparison. January, 13th, 1912. here because of the fact that ance upon the pari of our County Agents for AMERICA FENCE: stronger and belter than buyers could not be secured, that it keeps the bootlegging clement in check be notified at earliest possible moment Miss Olive Walling will long be remever, made of larger wire than any fence on the market at the same SOUR STOMACH. and Garrard will men and boys of Lan- embered as one pf Campbellsville's was not the policy of the great tobacco ere now, and were saloons to be price. Compare it with other makes. house throughout the country e,,ed in Stanford, their vigilance would caster with mothers, wives, sisters prettiest and most accomplished young In Five Min to place so many buyers in the field, have to be redoubled, for every one of give welcome to the movement, it is women. She was a sunbeam ever Gas And Heartburn Stopped We have learned while this information tne oJd element that in days past traf-wa- s believed they will. ijluminatieg the darkest clouds and utes. furnished us in good faith, it was ficked with the critter would "attempt appearing away down yonder jn the Get rid of indigestion. erroneous. Since that time more loose to bring in more or less from the new R. E. HcRobcrts & Son Guarantees Par- golden glories of a sinking c'ay, holding Or dyspepsia, or whatever you call leaf houses have been established and source, and it would be next to an high in her hand a flag that was pretty your stomach misery. isian Sage For Falling Hair And are in contemplation, and they all possibility to detect every one of them, and stood for the noblest and purest in I" view of the above facts, because secure bnyers. Houses are established character. Miss Walling is one of Drive out the sourness. Dandruff. Lift off the heaviness. in counties where there is not one half we believe the better element in Lin-th- e Campbellsville's most charming young Stop the fermentation of food. coin county do not desire open saloonr, obacco raised that there is in Gar- We want you to know that the girl womenv and we pass her on to another Banish gas, heartburn, foul breath, county, and where the quality is and for our own protection, we sincere-fa- r with the Auburn hair is on every bottle community with the same regret that rard dizziness, headache, nervousness, night ly hope that tomorrow will witness an and carton of PARISIAN SAGE. below the standard of our produo the most fragrant flower its sweetness tionf and buyers are fumi&hed to these overwhelming victory for those who" We want you to know this for your and fragrance. The groom is one of sweats and bad dreams forever. tabGet a 50 cent box of are opposed to tlie legalized sale pf pwn protection, for there are many im- the best known yppng farmers in his, houses, then why not here. Take it year in and year oat, Garrard liquor in Lincoln county. and it is an'easy matter to gtt section and he has many friends to lets at R. E. McRoberts & Son today itations they guarantee them for any of the . county produces upon ah average of t congratulate him. rrr" the spurjous article. " diseases named above or for any stom,. 5,000,000 pounds of tobacco annually; as . Immediately after the ceremony Mr. You can always get the genuine PAR "lfe "ot nP loP AdVICC fine a grade of white burley as is pro-- 1 ISIA'n SAGE at R. E. McRoberts & and Mr3. Patton left on the 6:14 train ach distress. "My wife wanted- - me to take our Son for only 50 cents a bottle they will for Atlanta, Ga., amidst a shower of No better prescription for indigestion duced in the world, commanding as . good a price as any tobacco from any boy to the doctor to cure an ugly boil," not deceive you, good wishes for the future. On their was ever written. THE GREAT HUPMOBILE. makes the stomach vigorcounty in this or any other state, writes D. Frankel, of Stroud, Okla. other PARISIAN SAGE is rigidly guaranr return they will make their home near ous and strong enough to digest food Just landed in New York after finishing a journey arouud the despite this fact the farmers of "I said put Bucklen's Arnica Salve on teed 'for dandruff, falling hair and scalp Richmond, Ky. and f Garrard county are compelled to haul it." She did so, and it cured the boil itch. Tuesday evening a sjx o'clock din? withput aid. For sale by R. E. Mc- JH) world a distance pf 40COO miles in siteep months, carrying four pag their tobacco not less than twelve, and in a short time. " Quickest healer of It is a most delightful and invigorat- ner was given in honor of the approachr Roberts & Sop and dru'ggists eyeryr jf sengers and full touring equipment. You cannot get around tju3 if where. you want a QOQD CAR at a moderate price. Two, four and five from that as far as forty miles, in or- - Burns, Scalds, Cuts, CornsJ Bruises, ing hair diessing that puts life and ing nuptials. passenger models. der to place it upon a competitive Sprains, Swellings. Best Pile cure on brilliance into the hair and causes it to Out of town guests were Mr. B F. FcR Sale A nice building lot, market. And this is a progreesive earth. Try it. Only 25c at R. E. Mcj; grow if the- - hair root be not dead. ' Patton and Miss Bessie .Patton, Rich A county in "greater Kentucky"r j Roberts & Sun. v 'jilt's the tonic you will use always if mond, and Mr. George Patton, 0f I price $4.00 per front-fo'"- - . Talk about patronizing mail order! Co Enquirer. R. E. Henry. you use it once. Louisville. ! .houses, W having m I f!S ... ? Z J H,b purS -- . , tias-elde- na n . sj :;-i- sp; lsj.rg- is3 - II i &ispip hlA,nr.A . ,..! FIELD and GARDEN. Our Prices - tJiet-tiu- ROCE BOTTOM DAYS. FOR 15 MSEbDEN BROS. 0 SJI0jnJI, y, gfe The Roughest load E a 1 T T I b n v! weed-cliuc- I Eaton-Thompso- n g. W: J. Eomans. rara OVERSTOCKED Mag-strat- e, cn. ers & ON Don't overlook the Range Question. If you feel you cannot afford the Majestic, then we have a big assortment of Stoves from $10.00 up. r vigil-tablish- ng J. R. MOUNT, SON CO. im-mo- rc MI-O-N- A ... MI-O-N- A g - ij "" ot l-- m f fsmmssfflBHssssmm Storrn.es Automobile Agency. mmmmmw&g& A- - v trt ifcfa - . im Vi ii will nfi ifi'iini " riYrrrr ' "V L iirrf-- L - -- " - '' " piA. .,.,- w. i iSUj3ykaifiEa-S2iv,LiJi 2 Btdyani6yAAirft .m gp mm. csa 6 M nt Kf Baa I i t V r uu - e .v EnffasssssaeKfSsr: sR I e yillyiiii fi$ tfo PI UPS ft.?S 5 BP SU9 " H I ;f . I M. y ft 1 ibiu rf 4 '!, J iJ -- i tan SSaggZ&lJA'ly-fgrar- e ,. n-a.- ;. ' , h jh w w ; . s.y.4 " -- "-'r. ?" J For the next TWO WEEKS we will offer all Winter Merchandise at .a muchly I ( ( ( u HjgjMMiMllfE in order to make room for our Beautiful line of Spring Goods which is arriving daily. Reduced Price 1 f Where Quality Reigns. mill The bT tile M Hi ompa ny. Style Leaders. i" i"iHl 'mM Vii'i IVi 1" VI "f 'I'i'ili'ii 'i i iln'ii Put I" MW'lU 'WHiV'i'iifl l "i li iPil'I'ii 7 f "i"l 'i 'i i' ""T H'WI tmmmmm ' ' AfMIM iWi ' ,'' Vi"iH mi i srryjnFtfjrsfrbL rjsniygp. THE i I i i I i I i s ? K I I fc. i "Straight Creek," "Bennett I Block" and "Hermatige Cannel." s I H. Last Notic TM Under the new revenue la the Sheriff is bound to have his Quietus 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 pfc r-r- - w ssr MMivnnP Col. Jesse V. Sweeney has been quite sick of tonsilitis. GO TO M? M? Big line of Valentines at Ward's. It Mrs. James B. Collier is quiet ill of a complication of diseases. disease among your Horses,Hogs & Cows. Use Davidsoi B. &C. Wrapped cake. A iiricf Mention of the Coinings and & Doty. Miss Ella Henry is in Richmond the fioin;3 I y Those Vi Are Interested In. guest of relatives and friends. The Best line of canned goods at fi"JX Wards Grocery. iSPlf It. Miss Rella Arnold is inspecting the Mrs. 0. P. Huffman of Stanford is city market for new millinery. Competing cash prices on groceries. - FOR i with Garrard relatives. D. White Marsee. . Babar of Peru. Ind., is the The Bridge Club met with the Misses ' guest of his friend Adolph Joseph. Ward swaps anything for produce or We sell a 25 pound bucket for $2.85. Gill Thursday afternoon. pays the cash. It. Mrs Mary M. Taylor is at home after Smaller sizes at regular prices. Miss Fox of Danville is the geest of We can furnish you the best cake a recuperative stay at Martinsville, Ind her cousin Miss Mary Lynn Fox. you ever ate. Davidson & Doty. j MissHallie Brown is at home after a Mrs. Wm Hays of Stanford is the Come see my bargains in canned 3 visit to Miss Ella Thompson, of Danguest of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Beazely. goods. D. White Marsee. ville. Miss Agnes Bradshaw of Decatur, Watch for our Granite Ware Sale. Mr. W. T. Short of Richmond was yTc i Illinois is the guestof Mrs. J. A. Amon. W. H. Ward It. the recent guest of Mr and Mrs C. D. Miss Callie Adams is in Richmond for Powell. For Sale. a visit to Her friend Miss Lee Prather. Mrs. Ed Collier of Memphis, Tnn., i Cottage house on Richmond street, Sfc at Apply to, W' J" Romans Mrs R. II Batson has returned from is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. a recuperative staj' at Martinsville, Collier. Highest market price for country Indiania. Miss Estill Walker is in Louisville, produce. Give me'a trial. Mr. Samuel E. Wherritt of Chicago the guest of her brother, Dr. Franklin D. Jhite Marsee. ' is enjoying the hospitality of his Lan Walker. Each the best in Us Class. Before insuring your property see caster relatives. Mr and Mrs Burgess of Paint Lick Stults&Stults. They will protect you. Little Miss Cecil Batson is at home have been the guest of Mr and Mrs f after a vsit to Mr. and Mrs. L. B. J.'B. Sopar. "SF &B club rates for all kinds of MagaGet Hilton of Stanford. A Mrs. Thomas Dishon was called to a &2&i m5 r Hk tJentleman. 11 Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Houston ilmore by the critical illness of her zines. Take the Country Dollie Brown. LF B Mrs j lexas have been recent visitors of mother Mrs. Wm Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Wm Ball. Please come'in and settle your acMrs C. D. Walker entertained at a tiiareiig'raJJgi TyjejrtJiMuniijPJr Chafing-Dib- h party which was enjoyed count, as I need the money. i Miss Virginia Bourne left Monday 2t. NissRella Arnold . afternoon for a visit to her sister Mrs. by the assembled guests. Fred Neighbors of Livingston. Let us insure your property in the Mrs. C. C. Brown and children have j returned from a visit to Mrs. Brown's Continental on the installment plan. It Miss Mary Miller of Richmond who has been the guest of Misses Jane and sister Mrs. Robert Brown of Barbour- - makes it easy for you. Stults & Stults, Agents. Alary Doty is now with Miss Katie Lee ville. I Denny. The young men of the town gave two Nice set of gold trimed glasses will very enjoyable dances last week in hon- be given away. Get into this. Mrs C. F. Denman has returned to D. White Marsee. her home in Nicholasville after a weeks or of the three visitors of Miss Mc- Roberts. stay with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Where protection is involved, the Alex West. Stanford Street. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Ball entertained best is the cheapest. The indemnity last week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. J. furnished by a Continental Policy is unThe Womans Club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. J. E. Robinson as A. Smith of Houston, Texas and Mrs. questioned and meets evex-- test. Stults & Stults. Agents. leader her subject being "The Emer- Callie Linnie of Danville. son Period." Miss Martha Burke returned Satur Ira M Notice. Messrs. John M. F. Anderson and day to her home inCarlinsville, 111., AH persons having claims against the Traylbr West left Sunday for . Mont- after a short and enjoyable visit to estate of Alex Gibbs, deceased will Miss Lettie May McRoberts. gomery Ala., where they will make present 'them at once to the undersigned their future home. Mr. P. W. Wells has joined Messrs. properly proven. All those owing him Judge Lewis L. Walker and Mrs. Joe Haselden and 0. T. Wallace in please settle. Fla. and will assist them in their L. p. Gibbs, Admr. Walker will leave this week for a soWe buy yonr Tobaceo at Highest Market Price journ in Florida and from there they land sales which they are conducting in the land of flowers. will take a trip to Cuba. unload the same day. Miss Bettie Robinson, one of the Miss Mamie Bastin left Sunday to 337-Arnold, Henry Store. enter the Cincinnati Art School. She most popular- and best teachers in the 6 Burnett & Elliott Office High School at Lancaster, was called was accompanied to the city by her 310-Burnside, Robt Res. home Tuesday on account of the illness brother Henly V. Bastin. 392-Burton, R. I. Res. of her mother. Taylor County Enquirer The Chautauqua Circle met last Sat161 Conn Bros. Hardware. Misses Julia White, Callie Mason 357-urday with Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie. This Cotton, C. S. Res. Saturday it will meet at the home of Shackelford and Jane D. Stockton, 378-- J Center, Walter, Res. three of Richmonds' most attractive 220 Elliott, Dr. W. M. Misses Martha and Helen Gill, Res. OF 1.ANCASTER. young society girls, have returned to 174-Fox, J. C. Res. Mrs. J. A. Amon had an elaborate their homes after a short stay with 199 Farmer's Union Store. Capital course dinner Saturday for her guests TO-DA- Y, Miss Lettie May McRoberts. 393-Gosney, N. J. Res. Misses Katharine Reid of Beattyville Furniture. A. R. DENNY, President. Birmingham News; A pleasant event 5 Hurt & Anderson. and Agnes Bradshaw of Decatur 111. 1G5 Hurt F. G. Res. of the week was an informal dance, at J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres'L Messrs James A, Beazley, Horace K. Kurtz H. M. Res. which Miss Anna Belle Burnside enter- 387-S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Herndon, Henley V. and W. R, Bastin 387-Locker B. Res. were in Bryantsville Saturday evening tained at the home of her sister, Mrs. 239 Long J. P. J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. r. R. T. Embry, Res. on Central J for a "banquet" given by the Masonic J. V. Arnold, compliment Avenue. The 186 Lan. Tobocco Ware House. affair was in to Miss NaSHERIFF GARRARD COUNTY. Lodge in that village. talie Moffett of Lebanon, Ky., who is 69 Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Res. Miss Sarah Daniel will return to- the guest of Miss Burnside while in 21 Logan H. T. Res, morrow (Friday) to her home at Paris Birmingham. Miss Moffett is enroute 323 Moore Henry WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. 339-Mahan J. Q. Res. after a pleasant visit to Mrs. John M. to Pensacola, Fla., where she will make 363-Samual D-- . Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, Mahan J. W. Res. J. E. Mount. Miss Daniel has received much her future home. 374-- S Morgan G. A. Res. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. social curtesy during her stay in LanIX Seems Impossible 385-McMillan Lige Res. caster. R. M, Robinson Is Dead, 392-Montgomery Dr. Office. A Man Should Th9t The Missionary Society met at the 202 Perkins E. W. I see him The youth with vigor, Res. Presbyterian church Monday afternoon. Smije when paying I see him The young man standing 363-- --Pope & Vaughn. Res. An interesting address was made by 400-straight and facing the East. Pierce Joe. Store. Charles Mahan who has just returned his Coal Bill. Rankin T. C. Res, I see him The happy, contented, lov- 384-from the Philippines. He had a num- The Woman Who 383-ing husband and father. Rankin James Res. who got their Yet men Der oi curios wnicn interested his au354-Rainey J. T. I see him Going to sow. Res. dience. 329-sutjdIv of us last year are Ray Mrs. Eliza I see him Directing the harvest. Res. Check 164 Rose G. C, Rev. C-- C. Brown went to the sta- I see him The full man. Res. pacing for this year's with tion Tuesday night with the intention I see him As he stands on the brink 379-Rose Dr. B. C. Res. is the woman that of attending the religious conference in Res. that seperates us from the great silent 193 Riley J, L. knows how reliable.tmst session at Chattanooga but a belated beyond, He looks back and beckons 85 Robinson Mrs. J. C. Res. WHY? worthy and obliging the train and the probability of missing then steps off without a quiver. 50 .Ross & Whitlock. Meats. 400-connection compelled him to forego the Roy. Schooler (Signed) Res. A Friend. management of TheGai-rardBaC Don't take so Well because our coal goes farther. trip much to his disappointment. 213 Turner & Carpenter. Store. & Trust Co 385-Falls Victim To Thieves. Turner Joe Res. The following were here at the funis. We loan money on M' mucn to get me ngQL neat, ueueiry it anu uuu out ior 338-Res. Walker Kemp. eral of the late Mr- - R. M. Robinson, S. W. Bends, of Coal' City, Ala., has good security, and are Res. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dunn and daugh- a justifiable grievance. Two thieves 192 Walker Alex. ypurself. aiways ready and will Livery. ter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Harding, Mr 6tole;his health for twelve years. They 86 Walker & Herndon. 41 Wherritt W. H. , Res and Mrs, Will Baughman, Mr. andMrs. were a liver and kidney trouble. Then ing to oblige depositors. When you want your relations to Res. Dobbins, Mrs Nona Dunn and daughter Dr. King's New Life Pills throttled 38 Zanone Miss Margaret. be perfectly satisfactory in your banking account, try doing Res. Mr. Center, Dr. and Mrs Oscar May, them. He's well now. Unrivaled for 397 Bishop Miss Fannie. ' business with us. Veterinay. Harry Robinson, George Dunn, Ike Constipation. Malaria, Headache, Dy 360 Dr. R. L. Pontius. in Dunn and wife, and Mr. and Mrs Geor- spepsia. 25c. at' r. E. McRoberts &' Bastin Telephone Company . y & A i- - ' & ge B. Robinson. -" Son. Incorporated. ' isnrrti Gossip About 7 o&le jacaasgaagjajLi w 'mi a 3SSJ23a Mr. A. F. Sanders was in Richmond Monday. j ... a 1" 11 IN YUUU HM 1K15 COLUMN. l 3(XXQ Gre I $msmiitmj mMjgmmwWL Prevent rather than Cure 3 Merutioial ? FO I I Mr.-W- I G gBBgr,-q17y- j; Son. O. MSI.').: 0;fr;..'ij t.fi).'AS; ..jS'SX. '. C& R. E. McRoberts ! firini Your Tobacco TO m9 gj Q I s Sils l A UlfraMffirJH - rv Lfistiitll I sH I i Vj j If rii&LaPIJUvLi y O I iS U Or-lan- da Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales, No Commission to Pay. Telephone 186. and New Phones. H A H - Q THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. B G G. T BALLARD ! - A K Book-Keepe- Q S B U G U A U B M SignsThe H f H nk H Q I I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co, S-- " rrGEM&H&Qti rs 1-- m The Garrard Bank I Trust Company. ,g ,.-- ' i Z x-dS- i.ii Si' -- f: M -- LdHJUgHlElMllMii: 0eooooooooooooooooefloooofrd 'iirHiMMMll iflMII Ifft iTiaimsMf ai niiu fi ip u L L El L I LL 9 f " It. is easy for the housewife when she makes bread from the products of-.the- - tressed me," he wrote. "till I tried Electric Bitters, which worked such wonders for me that I can now eat m For Sale A lot of good locust post. things I could not take for years. Its surely a grand remedy for stomach Dr. W. Burnett. jB trouble." Just as good for the liver Lost: On last Saturday night a lap and kidneys. Every bottle guaranteed. robe finder please return to Clay Ar- Only 60c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. s Tortned For 15 Years. ? by n a ptpmch trdubU baffled doctors, jxhjd resisted oil rejhe-die- s ho tried, John W MojidcrSj, of W0 yoo&OOCMowi. Sooo06rtXW 0 Moddersville, Slieh.. socmod doomed, dpace leloiv this heading Is lot tlie exclu- He had to Bell his farm find give up sive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is fur work. His neighbors said; "he can't the sale of stuck, urn in and tnch tilings on live much longer." "What I ate dism co.re-defyJ- n dii'ini .iihi wmii a taadtimtx 'jMS?JieSS!'fWW3a . HAWS WARNING Fqople tht kivsto Hast togi&e, Ifcei kp It Corntnissioner s Sale Of Land, J Kidney ilis como mysteriously. But nature nearly always warns you. Garrard Circuit Court," p fiirm the Inrmer oumiot afford to advertise. JJO notice will oc nccopted over four lifted, mid will be only In wo Ismu-- of the llEf.or.n. free of chaiRe S nold. ?gl Fen SalE One three II. P. steam Engine in good condition. Apply at this office. Luther Gibbs as administrator of his brother Alex. Gibbs sold to John B, Parks of Madison county 100 head of feeding cattle at 5f cents per pound, i to be delivered this weeki iarraro . miiiiRE ShU? if Lancaster, Kentucky. lifglliiBnaErrdiai 9. TTPTSMllJlfpfpjJij1 J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1883. TvT-J- i B. F. HUDSON, President f V. X3K 'V '.iV-J- EwW. t"V 4 . 3& TTZTJI 1 -. CF2TL 1 0 .C rr: 4. I AlllZCliS JLclLlUiicil OF LANCASTER. KY. V. "., V;.- . X'2".J yT,- - IDdLLlK. TDI, . 1Z -J ffiGW !dlI. CAPITAL $50,000. W. SURPLUS $35,000. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. Walkeu, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. 0. Rignhy, Ass't Cash'r. - aSffliESiFlElFlOE S t r Basiness Solicited. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. Prompt Attention. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. ia& VLt&.TStia va.vs7Sua53g Lasgyavta? obxst zesTSEn 'i k 55?rss5TP?9ari: We Write Any Kind of INSUO Phone or call on us i Office at National Bank. The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. "I was asbnro-- rf my fa"?, writes "It Pic':ari cf Xarth and of ivp all fi'll D. p'mnler.Prescription but riM usisfrcan x). J. now there for : c." la I t!ict j o sicn or t' it iczeisa and that was t ;' ymra a of ci'rcn 'J'. , is bv.t c.-- of t'.Jonsan'-'D. I D. .cs simj.'y wufecJ ; vv . D. Vie c' 'n I. Ec. if fits ."s lb a awl cf er Forms of hUln. r"ra':'.3 find .ires; tr: f: t':a it.-- h a useij v'.1: D. D.). sol" tb? cures n to be po'T'Sr'Pvt. i:jifcl3 lliw3 n. . U. l for tlie enough to Trial be?' 25 oe V.'.ti r:cr.S of this wonderful rc.n- V3 cp.n .'lio plvo yKt a frll s'so l en our :msr'uf gitar- wt; for f.tU.i that if this very fir-- t bMtlf itcth- re.:- -, i: x.'M cst ycu to slva yra Tr.--, s.-ar- s a : sr' .'" .a n -- ''-i- t'j's. ..-- pr-to- us ' ". - coin-lesio- ?"i.(-.- titr BEAZLEY & COLLIER at jaRSSaSiS3Lsaiy ft R E. McRobcrts & Son 7S t vz &thL ?Jf. -T, MiSfY Tf m-- s y .V1 -- h4 -- .v 1 fr . fir. t 1 j 3 j I .. nr..-'- ii r iv .rr; .-'- -- -- . - " fe s ...-!- . ?-- i W t-4 rr ?i if. -' .PT? kka sa. Musis' ..V..:-(- v.-- fc v J .1 ' ' fll. I ft :;.t 1 1 " III V - ffff - for you r commission mcr-" ,i batikitil.ru- chcr's. itjs iiviiic. 'rf:c Ix weekly price list. ,. SAOZL & SCN3 m ' A 3 E. L'rfct SL, LDLJISVitLE, XY. Vi 227-h tii-- n 2.S-- ...u.ujjaij,.lu. ijucrwws a established rr.ui. V.'c; a:o do BETTER : x !.".:; ,. isK ,y r-.-i - iiJ-- 1 r j. t V VV J m -- " V :ai-rs- ; andean a VfoS tj? i H ?! MR I M L ilsrs In F..i. I!i;3. WOOL. Lsmfzasf 2S33lSii3' WsT No More Cold Hands RFECTRJ Aa Smokeless -- m iu ?? J nsnni Jl J I I ' xi nervousness, sour causes heartburn, j 1 1 5 u - notice what a cola day it is so long as she is bustling around the housr. But when she sils down to her sewing and mending, she soon fels chilly. A woman often does not :3 iir It is then she needs a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. Its quick, glowing heat warms up a" room in next to no time. That is the beauly of a Petfection Smokeless Oi! Heater. It U always ready for use; you can carry it wherever you plwise; and you light it only when you want it. a patented automatic bums nine hours on one device insure that. It is tellable, sale and economical filiirig. Handsome, too drums finished either in blue enamel or plain steel, with nickel rrimrair-'- s. Lh-f- l nausea, impure blood, and more trouble than many different kinds of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the n uuisuua u luitiia ttit ctu- sorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At "tlie first sign of indigestion, try 3 T stomach, i The Pwfediotj Oil Heater is smokeleia and odorless U l 1 2 '? H22 ihBSBP 'uavi JJf,P, .1 kJ tft. t vywKfre: or write for 'Uicriplivr cireuUr In ny smey of Jiall the old, reliable, vegetable uver powcicr, 10 quictciy cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Mrs. Riley Laramore, of Goodwatcr, Mo., says: "I sunercQ tor years irom dyspep- sia and heartburn lr.eatoiu's in small doses. cured my heartburn m a few days, ana now I c: eat without Black-Drauc- ht Standard Oil Company '.Incorporated! Vj WH w. V Funeral Director and Emboimer. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. i (A KiQney Lancaster, Ky. w distress." Try Insist on Bedford's gaarj 22SSESK3ES3E25:E22 'sgskseaE&gsA Onlv a Dav and Night To New Orleans. LOUISVILLE and NASHVItLE RAILROAD. What It Will Cost To See $19.95. -- B The Two Big Days February 19th and 20th. New Orleans $19.80. Mobile $17.95. Pensacola Round Trp from Lancaster. February 19th. arrival of REX 2:00 p. m..ahd MONDAY February 20th parade of REX 10: a. m., and TUESDAY - Proteus Parade at Night. Tickets on sale daily February 13th to 19th inclcsive. Comus Parade at Night. Sleeping- Car Fare $4.00 to ?4. 50 Each Way. Liberal Stopovers Limit on Tickets March 18th. To Approximate Total Cost for the round trip, essimate for five days board and lodging at $1.00 per day s in best private homes or $2.00 per day at hotels to which add the above railroad and Pullman fares. " .For sleeping car reservation apply to any ticket ngent Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company. first-clas-- ,. See Descriptive Booklet. t1 T i- u -' Notice the kidney secretions. W. G. Weeks, Plaintiff. VS. See if the color is unhealthy If there are settlings and pediment. I. A. Congleton and Others. Defendants Passages frequent, scanty, painful. persuant to a judgement of thu" GarIt's time to use Doan's Kidney Pillr. rard Circuit Court, rendered in. the above 3tj led caufae at its November To ward off serious diseases. Term lUil the undersigned CommissDoan's haye done great work in ioner wul orl Lancaster. MONDAY. FEBRUARY; &tli71&i2, Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "I never fail to praise this being county court day, beDoan'3 Kidney Pills when I have the tween the nours ot 11 o'clock A. M. noon, nrmnrtimitv.,. T Vinvo noi'op hnn with. , and 12 o'clicK....... sell at public out Men Are Easier. . ...... .... ...... r, ,.. house door in "Mamma, is that lady the snake out a supply of this remedp in the t LanCBSU.r K entucKV to of charmer? Why. she's as homely as a nouse lor years anu wnenever my DacK tnj hignest, and best bidder ttre mud fence!" "Yes. dear, but snakes lame and painful, a few doses ring rem estate, to wit; All that tract are uotllke rrer It takes something , nl.TTo.rci K;n in the or iiurcel ot land Ivinir ana t i:r it' more than mere personal beauty to To My Friends. time! suffered fron, Mey charm a snake "Chicago Tribune. The kidney secretions were unnatural v tne lands or Caivin HtaVeman. on Jefferson Ga. Feb 5th. 1912 and I knew that my kidneys were dis- - the rortn by the lands ot" W Uliam Life Saved At Death's Door. . ordered. It was my good fortune to j Suilts and Kentu ky ltivtr. on the "I never felt so near my grave," To my friends, the people of Garrard hear Oi Doan's Kirlnsv Pills and T j b' entucki tCner una ott the j ease by tne la. us o.i Z. 1. tnnsman W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, County, Kentucky writes cured a supply at Frisbie's Drug Store. and coiituum.g uue liui.uttu anu bixty Tex., as when a frightful cough and weeks ago to day, January the Through their use my kidneys were re four tl61facrtii, n.ore or Its, vhieti lung pulled me down to 100 8th we left Lancaster for Atlanta Ga. stored to a normal condition." was the baii.e coi.Vcjtd to V. Kj. pounds, in spite of doctor's treatment We left zero weather in Kentuckj For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Vee.;s and C. A. .eKd, jointly ty deed ot" David Grow and v.ue. dated for two years, My father, mother and whn we arrived in Atlanta, Tuesday, cents. n Co., Buffalo, the day ot Dtccn.ber l!h., awl two sisters died ot consumption, and January the 9th. we found one Ni-- . of the New York, sole agents for the Unittd recorded in LHrd 17, inee that I am alive today is due solely to largest sleets on the ground and tree?, States. I . f thi Garrard Cuui.ty en.r,.s Dr. King's New Discovery, which com- the people say they ever had in Geoj-gi,AveK' to u: Remember the pletely cured me. ivctss lv ut,t:i diiieu junuarv jih. ism We remained in Atlanta one week take no other. and recorded in Died Kook xo 17 page -- Now I weigh 187 pounds and have and by the latter part of the week we 410, ot said cfcrks ottieu. lh purpcMtu been well and strong for years." Quick had warm weather like early ot this sale is to saiialy a t or Harspring in CAIITEHSVILLK. safe, sure, its the best remedy on earth Kentucky, we then left there for Gains ry C. Welch, the deot and i.itr dt t date ot sale amounting to Fifteen for coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, ville Ga. On Sunday the 14th we had Hundred ar.d sixty &ix dollars snd croup, and all throat and lung troubles. a small snow, Monday 15th was pretOphelia Kate Allen is on the sick list ;eignty it three and one third cents 50e & $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar- ty cool but by Wednesday (.jioiw.XV!), aiso a debtot W. U. Weuks 17th wea this week. anteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. debt awl n.terest to date of sale, am- "gain had warm weather. And has conMr. John K. Roberts is very sick tinued a few days warm and a few days tbis writing. ninty aollars at.d s xty six and two cool all along. We stayed in Gainsvilk and the estimMrs. Hallie Sowders children have thirds cents (17SU-6!I)- , Let Well Enough Alone. Ga. 16 days I sold during the 16 ated court cost amounting to one hunwhooping cough. They tell or an Emporia woman dred and thirty one dollars and twenty worth of Fursley's Great Inwent to the piibMc library to read . 121.2f), lcr tfchich amounts Mrs. Clarence Green is slowly improv tive ccnu dian Remedies. I find the southert a cook book It would be a genuine i judgment has been rendered in the ing after a long illness. pleasure to the Gazette to print her j people to be kind and friendly people above styled cause. Mr. M. E. Pennington and family picture Emporia (Kansas) Gazette. and always ready to accomodate you. TERMS: Sak' sale will be made on a credit ot six awl twelve months ami We have had good luck in getting goot nave moved to Louisville Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hurt moved to the purcnn?er wi;l le required to give hotels and plenty to eat. We have GLORIOUS HAIR. bond with what they call grits three times pet their new home on White Lick last interest at apiwoved secunty. bearing ,ix per cent per anaum For Every Woman Who Wants It. day, in Kentucky we call it mush. week. from date of sale, a lien retained upon Any woman who neglects her hair Those southerners relish it greatly 1 Mr. Highsenger passed through here the jirojHjrty 9W to secure the payot the cannot expect to have as lovely hair as, have never learned to love it yet. There last week with a drove of cattle which ment to havepurchase money, and sakl bond the force are two red men lodges in Gainsville, hf bonght in Clay county and was tak- judgment uj.on whkh ami eifeet of a the woman who doesn't. execution may Wash the hair once a week, use PAR One in Gainsville and one in a suburban ing to Richmond Ky. issue if not paid at maturjty. ISIA SAGE daily keep your Aair cotton mill town called New Holland 1 The stork visited the home of Mr. W. II BROWN, brush clean and in a few days you will Ga, as I am a red man I was invited to and Mrs. P. L. Deese on last Thursday give your hair a beautiful lustre that both lodges and lectured one night at and left a fine boy. Mr. Deese has a Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. each place and made lots of warm you will be proud of. grin on his face a yard long mother and John H. Welch. Atty. friends. I have had at least one hund baby PARISIAN SAGE is a most reliable are doing nicely. hair tonic: so reliable that R. E. Mc- red people to invite us to their homes, Roberts & Son guarantees it to eradi- some wanted us to stay a week with COLDS VANISH. cate dandruff, stop falling hair and itch them I was never in a town as short a time in my life and made as many ing scalp, or money back. It should be used as a dressing by warm friends. Gainsville is a town of The Seasible Overnight Renerly For Senevery member of the family because it 12000 people and a business place with sible People. keeps the scalp clean, prevents hair two large cotton mills each "mill works about 600 people. We left Gainsville from turning gray and baldness. Large After you have upset your stomach Knox Circuit Court last Friday, February 2nd for Jefferson with pills, powders and vile nostrums bottle 50 cents. Ga. Saturday the 3rd. I sold medicine and still retain possession You will have no use for ordinary pre of that ter- W. M. Yri hell, Admr of the parations after once giving delightful to a large and enthusiastic crowd here rible cold, do what thousands of sensitate ci J. I. Rasniek in Jefferson. Several of the crowd had ble people are doing. Do PARISIAN SAGE a trifl. this: Vs Commissioner's Sale. seen me in Gainsville and many of them Into a bowl three quarters full of boil had heard and read of me, so they gave ing water pour a scant Filler for Linoleum. teaspoonful of E. J. Rasiuck, W. G Gooch &c One woman who had been much me a hearty welcome. We are having HYOMEI (pronounce it High-o-mDefendants. troubled by the breaking or expensive a good time working hard and making cover head and bowl with a towel and I, J. R. Jones. Master Commissioner, linoleum tried sawdust well sprinkled lots of money. But with all of that hreathe for five minutes the snnthTnrr of the Knox Circuit Court under and by over the rough floor before laying as my mind runs back to old Lancaster' virtue of a judgment rendered in the healing vapor that ariaes; a filler, and was delighted with the Kentucky, and my good old Garrard j Then go to bed and awake with a above styled action on the 1st day of county friends. Yesterday was Sunday ' ciear head in the morning. HYOMEI February 1912, will between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. Mrs. Pursley, Mr. Briscoe, and myself does not contain opium cocaile or anv on the sat around and talked of our good times harmful drug. A bottle of HYOMEI OS6COOe0O4?oOooO0 26TH DAY OF FEBRUARY 1912. and friends in old Kentucky. Mr. Bris- - Inhalant costs 50 cents at K. E. Mc- coe works with me and his home is at Roberts & Son and druggists every- at the Courthouse door in Lancaster in Parksville Boyle County Kentucky. where- Guaranteed for catarrh, asth- Garrard County Kentucky offer for I sale at public outcry to th highest and Mrs. Pursley made a strict rule when ma, croup and catarrhal deafness. 4 CO OOOCQ&OifC (XXXXWJOOO fr4 0OOOOOOOO best bidder a certain tract of land situshe came down here, and that was to ate on the waters of Back Creek in get up every morning at 9 A. M. Garrard County Kentucky and being whether it was day light or not She the same land convejed to W. G. Gooch by J. B. Parks and wife by deed dated has a big time with the school girls and 2nd, day of March 1900 and a deed datARE YOU GOING? ladies around the hotels; has the finest Having rented my place, I will sell to ed 25th day of April 1000 ar.d recorded I am going to the Three Chair Shop of health. She only weighs 187 pounds in the County Court Clerks office of highest and best bidder, on to get my Face and Head Changed eats three meals a day and some times the Garrard County in deed book 1G at page where yeu don't have te wait a minute. four. I wish had bunch 53 and 134 respectively and conveyed SATURDAY, FEB 10, 1912. I a of my GarRichmond Street. Payne rard County friends down here with me at one o'clock P. M. at my residence by J. R. and wifeand wife and W. O. Walker by deeds dated 11th we would have a big time, i can see on the Lexington turnpike about three day of January 1912 and of record in HENRY DUNCAN in my mind just how-yofolks look and fourths of a mile north of Bryantsville, the Clerks Office aforesaid in deed book The Old Reliable Barber. 28 at pages 206 and 20S respectively imagine my self walking around the the following described property. being the same land conveyed bv square in Lancaster and meeting with 4 Jersey cows, 1 Jersey heifer, 1 and G. Gooch and wife to E. W. J. Kasnick familiar faces now in mind. Folks I steer, 1 family horse, 2 brood mares, 1 and others on the 23rd, day of January W. love you all and only hope you think of yearling colt, 1 two year old colt. 1 1912 and containing about 155 acres and said records are referred to for a more me as I do you. Some day I will wonder wagon and harness, 1 buggy and k definite description and boundary. Said Physician Surgeon. and" we will meet as we parted, ness, 1 cutting harrow, 1 all purpose lands will be sold as a whole. The sum My Great Indian Remedies are sure harrow, 1 mowiing machine and various of money to be raised is $12,469.06 with LANCASTER, KY. making a hit. At Gainsville there's a other articles used on a farm, about 30 interest at 6 per cent from the 1st day Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. 14 year old boy who hasent walked of February 1912 and the cost of this a barrels of corn and some hay. action and such other sum as it will step for two years with Rheumatism Also some household furniture among bring. the' father told me of his son's cond- i- which will be found 1 set of Parhv Said sale will be made on a credit of tion I sold him a 45 days treatment of Furniture that cost a thousand dollars six months from date of same for all the purchase money except for 3969.06 Pursley "s Indian Herbs, in less than when it was new. Also some LIVERY, and interest from the 1st day of Febweeks the boy was walking around ion 'furniture. ruary 1912 and the said $3969.06 will be the house and yard. His father said to TERMS made known on the date of sold on a credit of one fourth due in me I would have given you one hundred sale, one year, one fourth due in two years, Stanford Street. and one fourth due in three years, and dollars as quick as one dollar if you MRS. R. A. McGRATH, Sr. one fourth due in four years and inwould have asked it of me, for all of i Rwot;n tr ... terest from the 1st day of February LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. AJiJttUWlllif, J.VCiJLUW.A.J the Doctores have'failed to do him any 1912. good. A lady brought her son to me Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. The purchaser will execute bonds Office Hours Office over he was deaf and dumb never had heard with approved security for the pur8 R. m to 12. 1 p. in. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store or talked. I treated him with my Cow chase money, and lien will also be re TOO MUCH LOVE tained on the lands to secure the pur- Boy Liniment and made him hear and chase money. he is learning to talk. I lady had Too much love for fun, frolic and Given DENTIST. Rheumatism for six years and couldn't rich food causes stomach, liver, kid- Februaryunder my hand this 5th day of 1912. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. comb her own hair. She took a 45 ney and nervous troubles. Other J. R. JONES. days treatment of the Indian Herbs in remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures Commissioner, Knox Circuit County. less than two weeks her husband told you. Our discoverer, ten years a H. me she had perfect good use of her miserable sufferer with the above arms now and could use them as well troubles, and RHEUMATISM for as she ever could. Why should I not years, was cured in one week. To CountjJ-SurvcjJo- r. sell lots of my remedies after such prove our remedy, while they last, PHONE S29--J. regular size bottles only 25c at.,,,,. cures as this. Friends dont think just Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. Stormes Drug Store. because I am down here that you cant Lancaster, Kentucky get any of my Indian. Remedies t any time J, E Stormes handles all f "my remedies and sells them at the same John White & Go. price I do. A 45 days treatment Pur-sle- LOUISVILLE, KY. Indian Herbs for $1.00. Cow Boy Established 1887 KIghcstmsrketprlcepaid Liniment 25cts. Creme Soap lOcts 3 jmvx&Lmjm) FURS cakes for 25cts at J. E. Storm's Drug and HIDES. Store. . ?. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician would be glad to hear from any of Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. my tripnds at any time and would appreciate a letter from you telling me the happenings around Lancaster. If you don't want to write a letter, drop 4 me a card. I will be in Jefferson, Ga for two weeks and then my .mail will be,forwarded to me. Royal blood and splendid individuality. So wishing you health, happiness and Office Phone-31- . Residence Phone Fall boarsand gilts for sale. prosperity. I am your friend,. J. F. "&OBINSON. Kv. ' J. JtrPURSLEY (Dakota Jack.) ; LANCASttEIUKY. - -J I 0 r a '4., ! , m ? , loilow-becom- es I i SSSSS!S&l Ix-i- nrn-lsou-th ( j Foster-Milbur- k a. -- 1-- m ttc-L- 1-- m I days-S1200.0- o I Commissioner's Sale Qf Land. e) e J Where Where Public Sale. a- - -- M. ELLIOTT, rnd har-bac- ! J. W. SWEEklEY FEED and SALE .STABLE. ..-?- . J. TINSLEY, ys Mjfei) s. wmgJ YgPfc Qakdale'Herd of wooi SWrBir J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer r I Registered Curocs .caster, ESlVillKWfNuFlEIi r. 5- - .. -- li " , '' .. . 1 jl" iVi - - .5? 7 S v... jgS'"4..i jgfc?. SKT. , J 5-- - u. -.V -- ":' r?- ii. t ":...fiS- - w t .. ,. -,- j' j- - i!?-- i J