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CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED iDEMOCEACl AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY Ifi, 1912, There will bo no preaching at the Baptist church Sunday Februar I8th. 0. P. Bush Pastor. We stated last week that timothy seed was beine sold by local dealers at from $.00 to $6.00 per bushel, we were in error as they were selling 'at about dollars. We sold within the last two weeks over 25 crops that nveraged from $13.00 to $20.00 per hundred. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company near L. & A. Depot Richmond Ky. , Dr. Spitler In Town. ffae HUMBER45. Show. 8X835C3XS22S33e ' 1912 Cincinnati Automobile mm iBia!liiaiBiajaBiiarraam.(QHffaiBrrillBiH!lBiairaSa YOU KIO At a mass meeting of the citizens of Conn Bros. W s , Sell the Best Goods at the lowest prices? Do the best work at the most reasonable Lincoln county, in the court house in Stanford on last Monday after-nooresolutions were passed which if put into effect will mean that Lincoln will have no morp "blind tigers". Brother Tinder and County attorney J. E. Robinson made short talks that were loudly appjjgPea by the crowded house of n, Dr. Harry R. Spitler of the Crab- Orchard Sanitoriunuwas in town Tuesday on business. He brought Mrs. f. M, Patterson down to spend the day Mrs, Patterson, with her husband, we are glad to say is improved in health The Crab Orchard;Sanitorium has been very successful since it started about two years ago. It is claimed that they can cure almost any case of-- rheumatism with their splendid baths. They use the same treatment a3 is used at Battle Creek, Mich ijnd other successful Sanitoriuras. It, is in charge of Dr. Spitler, who formerly was with the Battle Creek Sanitorium. He tells us that he has a good crowd up there now, and that they are all improving in health. Met Cheerful Lancaster automobihsts who fail to attend the Cincinnati Automobile Show mi whice will bo held at Music Hall Feb ruary will miss a rare treat. Every imaginable, kind of auto vehicle will be on exhibition at this show, and a visit will repay you for your trouble. The people in charge of the exhibition have made extensive preparations for tne entertainment of the out of town guests who will attend. 19-2- 4, Ad ri an J & Cured Kis Cold. Responses. Mr. Gott Sole Proprietor. i. : & prices? Have C. D. McCarthy working for them, who is about the best workman in the state? That when you buy 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 W fo?l r- I Mr. W. R. Gott has purchased the interest of his partner, J. T. Ferriell, in the soft drink business on First street.. Mr. Gott will henceforth be sole proprietor. Climax. Lincoln's Birthday. (V 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? Last Monday, the 12th, was Lincoln's 2K birthday, but it received but slight re- V? cognition in Lancaster, the banks and tfoi postoffice transacted business as usual, fe and but few people even stopped to " think that it was the natal day of the W martyred'president. Can't Do Without The Record. f fc W &3 ffi H do without the Record, which I read eagerly as soon as I get hold of it", says Mr W. S. Miller of Knoxville Tenn. in remitting for his paper. Mr. Miller, together with son "Tommie"and Mr. W. H. Kephart compose a prosperous real estate and rental firm in Knoxville. Viil Continue For Another Four Years. "I can't Our circular letter to the subscribers to the Record met with very cheerful responses from a great number of our patrons, much better than we really expected. To those who have so cheerfully responded we extend our sincere thanks; and to tho3e who have not done so, we ask that you kindly remit to us at your earliest conveniences. To all we say that the subscription lists of a weeniy newspaper Tire as prone to error as the books or any other class of business, perhaps a little more so, however, we are always glad to have our attention called to any mistakes and will cheerfully remedy and correct them, and we hope that everyone will feel that if their statement is not correct that it is an error and one that will be corrected, and that you will continue to entertain the Record as a weekly visitor; Cattle Break Through On Hon. Jas. I Hamilton was troubled with a severe cold the first part of the wek, however he was cured on Monday night after taking cough syrup, castor oil, lemon "stew, cough drops; having a hot bath and his throat rubbed with liniment and a few more minor treatments. He says that he will never have another cold as long as he lives, and that Mrs. Hamilton can think of more remedies for a cold than any one that he has ever seen. Enjoying Life In Florida. Wire Fence i 1 1 i m m m i FOR T m 15 IS FIELD and GARDEN. Our Prices m m Cloud, accompanied Mr. Anderson on on of his fishing excursions and succeeded in landing a 28 pound cat fish. Most Severe In Years. iriends are shiverinc durino- 7f weather. A letter from him at St. ioua dated on the 8th inst tells of his being out fishing in his shirt sleeves Miss anme Carpenter of Preachers- ville who is visiting relatives at St. - The Record's good friend Mr. Jones L. Anderson is certainly having a good time in Florida while his Kentucky EOCK FOR jji BOTTOM M 15 DAYS. pa HflSELDEN 1 BROS. I Ice And The average temperature during the month of January was 24 degrees, and this record has been kept up so far this Drown. month, and at least a dozen times dur- iirfsj BiraimiBfriill'iBill'igilffSai 3) Wmimmw Wm m a. s to GUNN Lancaster, Ky. Hardware.PlomMiiff, Heailiiff fcaifloRresnfirfcrfcrs . . .--vMr wv-,-.w.-- 2 Jfi? M O It will be gratifying news to the many friends of clever Jim Hatcher, who drives the Danville mail line, to know that he has been awarded the contract for another four years dating from the 1st day of next July. Jim by courteous treatment and politeness has won many friends both in Danville and Lancaster as well as "along the route, j all of whom will join in congratulating him on his good fortune, They Carry A Large Stock. C5 JO. g ?fi I L5 Fjjf - I &vttA&&i&&i & i- . -i Get Hudson & Hughes prices and compare the quality of their clover. timothey, alsyke, blue grass and or- cliard raa3 seed' before you buy- Phone 26 Hudson & Hughes. last Saturday on the farm of Mr. A. F. Sanders near "Pondtown" in the lower end of the county, sixteen cattle went through the ice on a pond wheie they were being watered and were drowned The cattle would weierh from 600 to 700 pounds and were the property of Mr. Morris Farris of Dan ville, Mr. Sanders having taken them to feed. The cattle had but recently been brought to the farm of Mr. Sanders, the hands had given them fodder, and after having cut several holes in the ice around the edges of the pond to enable them to get water, left th.m; when they had occasion to look after the cattle again they missed a number of them and on search found them in the pond drowned. It is supposed that the cattle in attempting to get water crowed each oilier into the ice and their aggregate weight broke the ice and they became stuck in the irulir-th- e bottom of the pond perished. Jack Denny Burns To Death. ing the present year has the mercury fallen to the zero mark, going on down as far as 10 degrees below; the ground has scarcely been free from snow during the year: large ponds have been frozen since the first of the year, the ice in some cases reaching a thickness of more than a foot. Duty Of Patrons. PHHHHi Road The Roughest In these days of snow and sleet the rural mail carriers have a hard time and the government expects the patrons do their part. "All obstructions are to be removpd necessary to facilitate the service. Anything which hinders convenient access to the mail box is an obstruction. After a fall of three or four inches or more of snow the Government expects the patrons to immediately clezr a roadway to and from the mail boxes before the time for service," says the Fcurth Assistant Postmaster General. Ex. A Good and. Able Judge. will not cause a break down if the carriage is one of ours. Our carriages are made for hard service, and every test Announce ment The semi-annu- al display of high class Spring and Summer suitings by i sr' The Globe Tailoring Company Cincinnati will be given at our establishment on -A . February 16th and your selection and be measured by an expert. 17. -- I Make this one of your positive engagements. Call and make Orders taken for immediate or future delivery woolens will be shownin full length drapes. Salesman in Charge R. H. SWAFFIELD- . , J-J-Li JL Logan, I 1 Lancaster, Kentucky. n- however severe but proves it. Think we over-rat- e our carJack Denny, a well known colored Judge C. A. Hardin is delighting, riages? Then ask those now using them. What they say farmer who lives near old Antioch on and we might say surprising, his many the Buckeye pike, received burns at friends and ought to send you here in a hurry for a carriage you can here by the his home Friday night which resulted ease and ability with which he is disdepend on. Youll find the prices right too. in his death about nine o'clock Satur- patching business. Having had most day morning. of his experience in the criminal branch It seems that Jack had been to Dan- - of the law it was supposad-h- would be If you want your buggy or wagon reviue witn a loaa ot tobacco and re- a nitie awKwaro wnen it came to compaired or your horse shod quick, bring them turning after dark, cold and tired he mon law andequity, but he seems at lay down before a hot fire to get warm, home in all branches and is presiding to us. drowsiness overcame him and coals and deciding like a veteran. We do not from the fire' are supposed to have givejthe popular Judge this little "boost" dropped out and Ignited his chothing, from any but a desire to "render unto and so deep was his slumber the fire Caesar ths things that are Caesar's," failed to awaken him until he was se- for he certainly deserves and. merits verely burned. Dr. Johnson was sum- the high encomiums he is receiving moned but was unable to render as elsewhere as well as here at home sistance further than to alleviate his Harrodsburg Leader. suffering to some extent and about nine o'clock Saturday morning he died Well Known Colored Cib'zen Dead. from his injuries. !BimJHrTilHiaiBrrlHga Uncle John Jennings, a well known (Ira. MfgMMlfrUfMpMfifgirl Jack Denny was one of the best colored citizen, and one of the most known and most highly respected colored citizens of the county; far above the highly respected of his race in Lancasaverage in intelligence, he had many ter, died at his home near the depot friends among the White as well as his Saturday morning and his remains were placed at rest in the Lancaster own race. cemetery Sunday afternoon. "Uncle The Malady Among Kentucky Horses. John", as he was well known to everySome mysterious disease has wrought one, was for many years the grave great havoc among the horses of Ken digger at the Lancaster cemetery, but tucky entailing thousands of dollars in for many years he has been a hopeless losses. Garrard county has not es- invalid, and has been cared for by the caped the scourge and many losses government, he having served in the It is easy for the housewife when she have occured throughout the county. civil war, and was granted a pension of $30. per month. He was past eighty As yet no definite cause or remedy has been discovered for the disease, and a years of age. He owned a good home makes bread from the products of the horse once stricken with the malady is which he willed to Maggie Burdett, considered as good as dead. The most who has lived with and cared for him prevalent theory is that the disease since the death of his wife, which ocarises from eating rotten or decaying curred several ye,ars ago. corn, of which there is a vast amount Kills Bald Eagle. this winter. However, a great many of the veterinarys, among whom is Dr. Mr. John Simpson of Judson this Pontius of this city, are not inclined to county brought to the Record office ' this theory, the latter being inclined to last week a bald eagle which he had Lancaster, Kentucky. pi the belief that the disease is caused killed on Feb 7th, which weighed 14 (Rfl from a germ which is to be found, pos pounds and measured 7J feet from tip 'HrrffliJalrgfHraiBi Wm sibly in the corn, but not necessarily, to tip, his feet had an expansion of six but more paticularly in rank hay and inches, the claws measuring 2 inches. fodder, the eating of which results in The bird after being brought to the an ulceration of the liver, stomach in- ground by a shot, gamely fought a dog testines and frequently the brain. Dr. which rushed at it and was finally killed Purdy of Shelbyville is the only vet by Mr. Simpson.. This is the exact B. F. HUDSON, President J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. erinary who as yet has had the tem- species of eagle which was chosen as ORGANIZED 1883. erity to come out boldly and advance a the emblem of the United States being definite theory as to the origin; he" as distinguished by a white neck and head serts that blackbirds contract the germ ! which gives it the appearance of being which is sucked in by mosquitoes which bald, hence the name "bald eagle". OF LANCASTER, KY. either bite the animal or contaminate This bird which as the national emblem their food. If his theory be correct, a is supposed to represent .freedom, howCAPITAL; 150,000. SURPLUS $35,000. remedy will doubtless be found which ever it does not live up to 'what it is will cheeky and ultima tly completely supposed to personify, getting its liveli W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. eradicate the disease, and when this hood from robbing tLe osprey or flsh W. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. r. J. J. Walker, Jk., its catch, but when driven to time comes, Dr. Purdy, or whoever hawk-omay discover the cause and remedy for extremities by hunger will invade a the evil wjll become, not only- - famous .farmyard, and sometimes a flock of Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. on his own account, but will prove a sheep. The bald eagle is seldom seen great blessing to the Kentucky far- in these parts, being commonly found J. S. Johnson, B. P. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibba mers who have already suffered such along lakes and bays and the larger Lewis L. Walke C. A. Arnold, Directors. a heavy monetary loss from the scourge water courses, making its homes in the 1 -- . cliffs and caverns. among the equines of the state. well-wishers e W. J. Romans. P "6LEH LILLY" Garrard Milling Co. IMlliJlllrllliliMiMiJrll e Citizens National Bank f Book-Keepe- "j' t-.'- J )Wfti- - f - iZu-- M MiiTl Il V N v We dont exhaust our energy, but Our house led Kentucky in prices for they were put out of business, a few this year up to Feb, 5th. We would equally just keep pushing for all wc can get. determird citizens assisted the Madison Tobacco Warehouse Com- have kept it up this week but the todetermir ed officers, and the trick was quietly and efficiently turned, and con- pany near L. & A. Depot Richmond,' bacco we sold was common. Madison Tofcacco Warehouse ComZ stant vigilance on the part of the off- Ky. A, Depot Riehmoni, Tur. Lee Perkins, who formeriy Uvea pany near L, icers has kept the traffic under subjuga-tio- n sin&o. at this place and worked the insurance Ky. Now seems a most auspicious time business, died at the home of his father Preaching At Methodist Church. for a general cleaning up in Stanford in Panama, Ky on last Saturday morn K1 Dr. Pearce will preach morning and and Lincoln county, now while they ing, of tuberculosis. His many friends and assistance of at this place will be sorry to hear of evening at the Methodist church next have the the federal authorities, if the tigers his death. He was buried in the Rich Sunday. ' really do exist, and the local authorities mond Cemetary y 7 Arm Broken. will get busy and take stringent measHEADQUARTERS FOR Miss Ada Rich, of Lancaster, a stu Farmers Union Speaking. ures for their breaking up, and give dent of the Normal School, in this city, those who are connected with them to Mr, V7, M. Martin, asst. State organ- slipped and fell on the sidewalk "Weunderstand that they will not be tolerat izer of the Farmers Union will speak at dnesday afternoon, breaking her right ed in the future, the evil, if it exists, the court house in Lancaster at one will be per anently removed, and you o'clock Saturday afternoon, Feb. 17th. arm, The young lady was taken to her A I will be worried no more with the cry All persons interested are cordially in- room in Normal dormitory and is getTTfc tf that "open saloons are better thau op- vited to hear him as he is a good speak ting along nicely. Climax. A t en tigers". ' Gets Position er and will interest vou. This organ In Mail Service. ization has grown considerably in this Charley Zanone who recently tookj Helps Wilson. y county in the past year until Baked from the civil service examination for a pos- -' The New York Independent under there are 25 local lodges in the county, ition in the railway mail service, has the head of "The Exit of Marse Henry" and they operate a 'general store in been assigned to duty as a mail weigh- -' this city which is m a thriving conhas the following to say: er on the trains running between StanW "Colonel Watterson has retreated in- dition. r ford and Richmond, he began his dutto the wilds of Florida, and it is well;he Merits Recognized. ies on the 15th. He was summoned had said enough. At last the whole Mr. H. Rowan Saufley, son of the to Cincinnati where he was instructed We still have a few Heaters that we will sell cheap. story is out which he 'started and on j in his duties. which he should ha e held his peace. late Judge M. C. Sanflev, who is conSole agents far American Fence. The best ani heaiest fence After the now famous interview which nected with the Interior Journal at Mens Religion And Forward Movement. sold. Call and compare with other makes before purchceing. Because you get all the richness of flavor; all the resulted in the withdrawal of Woodrow Stanford, an who, incidentally is a wheel-horThe mens forward movement was in democratic politics in se Wilson's name from the columns of nutritious qualities of the wheat Every element for organized Wednesday afternoon. All A-- l Harper's Weekly Colonel Harvey said Lincoln county, has been appointed by Purity the making of good flour is retained in Gov. McCreary as one of the secretai'-ie- s the Pastors of 'the Lancaster Chuiches nothing; Mr. Wilson said nothing; but That's why it bakes more loaves of belter bread than to the State Board of Equilization. were present and parcipated and Marse Henry charged the Democratic members of the various committees any flour we know of. Hundreds of housewives are candidate with base ingratitude, and Aside from his richly deserving the Hill II llTT position to which he has been appoin- were appointed. Advices will be awtoday because of its certainty to always using this flour told part of the tale. Then others told produce onlv the best results. or guessed, more, and he told more; ted, Rowan is splendid qualified to aited from the State Central ComVil A0AA0 3 33XA&.A and at last he declared that Mr. Wil-so- a perform the duties .required of him, mittee at Louisville and as scon as the dates are known they will be announc5 few had groveled and humiliated him- The position will occupy him one hunA Jy fer-tgsColonel Harvey in his de- dred days of each year for four years ed and definite action will be taken to self before o sire to atone for his coldness. Then and the remuneration is $5. per day. have a grand and good meeting. this correspondence had to be given to We congratulate the gentleman on his Mr. Hagan 'Ihis is tke Trade Mark Purchased Interest of Partners. tlm public. We find in it simply that obtaining such a good berth. Mr. T. S. Hagan has purchased the Mr. Wilson learned that he had grieved SB Dou't Be Too Hasty. interest of his partners, Messrs. Burn- his friend, and he made as handsome r? JswaBrwg Foliowing every cold period experien- - side & Robinson, in the Madison Milling an apology as one could make, and it ced in this country when wheat emerg- - Co., and has assu ed control. He will was most courteously accepted. Not a word was said by either of them that a es looking the worse for the weather, be assisted by his brother, Mr. John J. gentleman might not properly say. the cry goes up that "the wheat ciop Hagan, of Corbin. Mr. Robinson had But the correspondence, and most of is killed." This cry is being raised to return to his old home in Garrard 1 II iw THE GREAT HUPM0BIL3. the story of this private interview, now as to the late sown wheat. Con-- 1 county to settle the estate of his father Just landed in New York after finishing a journey aruud the was such as should not have been forc- servative farmers do not act too hasti- - who died recently, and being unable to ' p world a distance of 4CC0O miles in sixtten months, carrying for pas ed upon the public. It was all conf- ly in the matter of plowing up a wheat give his time and attention to the For Jailer. that has already cost them idential; but Colonel Watterson's sense here, decided to close out to Mr. SS sengers and full touring equipment. You cannot j,et around this if We are authorized to announce Jack you want a GOOD CAR at a moderate prico. Two, four and Ave of honor did not foibid him to give it sidera'ble money, for they argue that Hagan, Mr. Burnside will continue incorporated. A InrMf Oct O rtnultloti-fnw TmliH rY lOf passenger models. .. i to the press. It threatened at first to the wheat which sometimes looks the with Mr. W. W. Broaddus in the coal $1.00 a year. rard county, subject to the action ofi, Issued Weekly. , mocratic worst in the winter, often turns out 'business in this city. Climax. hurt Mr. Wilson as the me uemocrauc party. candidate, but it has probably not hurt the most bushels to the acre at harGREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. twlto.wiwt0 ' tXJ "c-- & CO St. Valentine's Day. him a particle, and the boomerang has vest time. Better wait and see what For Magistrate.". come back to him that threw it. In a few warm spring days will do for it Wednesday was St. Valentine's dav. Kuteril nt tlie I'o- Oilier til I.nucartvr. Ky.. We. are authorized to announce th wonfo of the Elizabethan poet who before you go to ploughing up for seed- and from the number of "comics" ao Second I'la-.- Mnii Mutter. ing in something else. John N. White as a candidate for lu?ght. with which the local postoffice was de- ' The Gracj3 grace, and made the virMagistrate, in the fust district of Garh luged we think all the young folks ex- - j Any of Mr. Alex. Walker Buys Farm. Member Kentucky Press Association tues thought. rard county, subject to the action of pressed their opinion of each other and H and More virtuous than before," A deal involving nearly ?50.0C0 was a good many of the grown ups by the democratic party. rxsa Eighth District Publishers League. we repeat a general human conviction: consummated on Alonday when Mr. means ot comic valentines. j We are authorized to announce Wal- "Unworthy he to have a worthy place, Alex Walker of the Lancaster Mill & The exchange of valentines is an an4? 0 ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis- That cannot hold his peace and blabb- Electi-iLight Co. purchased of Mr. cient custom originating with the RoLancaster, Ky., February 16, 1912. trate inhe first district of Garrard ing tongue." Robeit E. Thompson his farm of 436 at mans, it was the custom of the sexes ! County, subject to the action of the $107 50 per acre. The farm is situated among these people to choose their Befoie the Record again goes to on the Crab Orchard pike about three partners by lot upon a certain day, and democratic party. Rates For Political Announcements press will have elapsed the 22nd, day miles from Lancaster and lies between as this day j with the celebra-- . We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n of February, the natal day of the For Precinct and City Offices $ 5.00 the pike and the railroad, and is one of tion of the feast of St. Valentine, it Phone or call on U3 at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky H. Estes as a candidate for R 10.00 For County Offices ' greatest of all Arerican citizens, in the first district of Garrard George Washington, universally ad- the best, probably the best of its size, became to be known as St. Valentine's ' For State and District Offices 15.00 ti sassaz-farms in Garrard county. It is what is Day. For Calls, per line .10 county, subject to the action of the mitted to be the greatest of American is known as the "Dave Thompson" For Cards, per line .10 democratic party. citizens, and one of the noblest public farm, having been the property of the For all publications in the intercharacters the world ever knew. He late David Thompson, and at his death We are authorized to announce est of individuals or expresgave the fullness of a brilliant mind was divided between his two sons, RobCharles C. Becker as a candidate for and sion of individual views, per H a hardy manhood that the country ert and Booth Thompson, the former m Magistrate in the second district of line .10 he loved might be disenthralled of the afterward buying his brothers interest. Garrard county, subject to the action Obituaries, per line .05 British yoke, and but for his Wise guid- Mi. Walker will not move to the farm, of the democratic party. ance and splendid leadership, this but will remain in Lancaster. country might have for years remained ANNOUNCEMENTS The local option fight in Lincoln coun a province of Great Britain. It is then Jack Adams Announces For ty Saturday resulted in a victory for not to be wondered at that after one In this issue of the Record will be the "drys", such a victory as outsiders hundred and twenty two years his For Commonwealth Attorney. had not dreamed of, a majority of 9G8 memory is revered and his birthday found the announcement of Mr. Jack Adams as a candidate for the nominaWe are authorized to announce Emmet votes, such a decisive victory that it observed. Puryear as a candidate for Common j would seem, and it is to be earnestly Of all the holidavs declared by the tion for jailer of Garrard county, subwealth attorney, subject to the actionj hoped, will squelch for all time to come U. S. goveThment, the birthday of ject to the action of the democratic of the Democratic party, any effort on the part of the whiskey George Washington should take prec- party. There is perhaps not a more people to again vote liquor back into edence, for it was he who made it pos- popular gentleman in Garrard county hereto-for- e Lincoln county. sible for us to have a government, who than Jack Adams, and he has For County Judge. demonstrated the fact that he is It has been mooted about by a great participated in the foimation of the some runner when it comes to a politi'CS We are authorized to announce Clay- - 1"rt"'v1. 1'1',1, "l government, who gave the very best both m Stanford and that was in him in order that this cal race. He is an upright and honor"conditions ,, , ton A Amnl,l .. u nrtMto fn- - xyuwil- - .. ' .uiuui - V1 able citizen a clever gentleman and has ty Judge of Garrard County subject to tnrougnout tne county were responsible i might be a free and untrammelled for the calling of the election, that country, might be self governed and made an efficient officer since he has the action of the democratic party. people "had become tired of the failure free from the influence and governing held the office to which he now asks a We are authorized to announce to enforce the law and preferred open power of any other nation. It is there- second term, and if the democracy of James A. Beazley as a candidate for saloons to blind tigers", however, the fore right that5 after the lapse of all Garrard county deem it advisable to County Judge of Garrard county, sub- face of the returns refuted this charge. these years that we should do honor to again honor him, we have no doubt but 1 ject to the action of the Democratic Not only Garrard but all other adjoin- his memory, should set aside and com- that he will prove equally as efficient in the future as he has in the past. ing and near by counties, watched with memorate his natal day. party. HI great interest the battle waged in LinLet us then individually and as a Mrs. Wiley Lee Morgan. coln, for to them the result meant much nation continue to do honor to the For Sheriff. The bringing of open saloons in such memory of so great a man, let us teach In a former issue, we spoke of the HI We are authorized to announce C. A. close proximity to us, to our very doors our children to honor his memory, so death of Mrs. Wiley Lee Morgan since Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of you might say, means an added menace 1 fliat when we have put aside earthly that time a Knoxville daily paper has Garrard County, subject to the action to the peace of this community, means cares, they may in their turn continue been sent us containing an account of of the Democratic party. an added expense for police protection to do honor to and perpetuate the her death. The article is about a colS. N. Chambers, Mercer Co. 1930 lbs Average We are authorized to announce to prevent the bringing in of liquor memory of he who gave and did so umn and a half long and we are sorry j Samuel Dean, Mercer Co. 1715 lbs 17.10 Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff clandestinely for the purpose of sale, much for his country and his people. that lack of space will not permit us to 5 as also does it mean the added temptaaccopy the article in full. Mrs. Morgan of Garrard county, subject to the lbs Gash & Hendricks Mercer Co. 18.70 tion to many of our citizens to go there Senator Bradley on Saturday made was a popular woman and a member of tion of the democratic party. on public and other days, fill up on li- known the names of the "Kentucky a great many clubs in KnoxvilleN and lbs Eubanks & Wilder Boyle Co. 18.70 We are authorized to announce W. quor and perhaps bring a bottle home Steering Committee", who are to have had but recently been made President 6c Cox Boyle Co. 1885 lbs Farris L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard with them, all of which would not oc- the duties of endeavoring to "steer", of the woman's board of the Knoxville 21.70 county, subject to'the action of the cur were the temptation not so ready Kentucky's 26 votes for the President General Hospital. A picture of this 1015 lbs Win. Weatherford Boyle Co. 21.00 democratic party. to our hands, so we, with all the other in the coming Republican, convention. smart and beautiful woman appeared in 1985 lbs Merriman & Farris Boyle Co. neighbors of Lincoln county, are not The eighth district is to be represented the Knoxville paper and the following 22.35 For Assessor. only rejoicing with them over the pre- on that committee by Messrs C. C. Wal shows how the article started 71! 1560 lbs Rankin & Murphy Boyle Co. 22.20 valence of the right, but we are rejoic- lace of Richmond, W. W. Wiseman of "Fourteen years ago there came to We are authorized to announce Dave J? ing on our own account. 1490 lbs Smith, Irvine S Wilder Boyle Co". and Judge L. Knoxville a radiant bride' and queenly Danville and W. 21.10 C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor We do not claim to be "holier than L. Walker of this place, and with this voman. Today in a desolate home the Garrard county subject to the acof 2940 lbs Hancock & Roberts Lincoln Co. 24.45 thou", but we do claim to be as free coterie of gen'lemen at the helm, it is husband sits in the shadow of an irretion of the democratic party. J from the illicit sale of liquor, and any safe to say that this district will surely parable sorrow. Yesterday afternoon, D. Gaines Lincoln Co. lbs just before 6 o'clock, at her home, 621 We are authorized to announce Mr. sale here would be ilicit, as any town instruct her delegates for Taft. G. A. Hancock Casey Go. 605 lbs 22.00 Morgan street, the gentle spirit of the E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- in Kentucky; and still we do not claim nation of AssessoVof Garrard County, that there is absolutely no violation of W. Godfrey Hunter, Jie of the wife of the managing editor of The Dr. Tobacco is higher than at any time in years; absolutely no limit to subject to the action of the democratic the liquor laws in Lancaster, for just gun shoe fame, is in Washington, pre- Sentinel took its flight into the great o long as liquor is manufactured, just sumably seeking a foreign appointment beyond. Suddenly and untimely the party. good, colory grades. Danville is one of the best, if not the best markso long will some people fn every com- He is pursuing the same tactics as end came. As the-- devoted husband We are authorized to announce J. B. munity endeavor to traffic in it, but we et in the state. We can get you the top price. Ask your neighbor were his wont when he was a political was just returning to her from his desk Collier as a candidate for the nomina do elajm and without fear of contradicpower in Kentucky,, conducting a still and duties, death from heart failure SI tion for assessor of Garrard county, tion, that there is positively no "blind closed the mortal life of her who who has sold with us. Knowing how to place on the floor to the best hunt. subject to the action of the democratic tigers" in Lancaster where almost anythrough the years had been his help party. advantage and the best auctioneer in the state tell the story, one may go in and procure liquor, in and inspiration, Wife Got Tip Top Adrc'ce. Born Elizabeth Burdette Elkin, Mrs. We are authorized to announce W. fact there are none at all, if the stuff Yours for a square deal, "My wife wanted me to take our Wiley Lee Moagan first saw the light ' L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- is being sold, it is being done very quietly and to no great extent, and boy to the doctor to cure an uglyboil," of day July 23, 1874, in the bluegrass or of Jarrard county subject to the those who persist in the practise are ul writes D. FrankeL off Stroud, Okla. region of Kentucky, at Lancaster in action of the Democratic party. timately apprehended and made to pay "t said put Bucklen's Arnica Salve on Garrard county. Shp was the daughter the penalty. This condition did not air it." She did so, and it cured the boil of Mr. and Mrs. Garrett IJlkin, no longFer Sckel Si periafewlant. ways exist here; Lancaster was at one in a short tjme." Quickest healer of er living. In AugU3t, 1911. the mother IncQrporated. in tl01 We are authorized to announce Miss time the most notorious blind tiger Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Corns, Bruises, nnnnJ ainotr In TTrinWlllA Jennie Higgins as a candidate for town in this section, the tigers were al- Sprains, Swellings. "Best Pile cure on daughter's homev Of that family sur - Wf DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. WALNUT STREET, .School Superintendant for Garrard most as open as saloons in an open earth. Try it. Only 25c at R. E. yive a sister, Mrs. B. S. Mattingly, and rB county, subject to tne action of the town, and far more demoralizing, but & Sop. two brothers, Zack and J. Embry El- irin,residenta of Louisyille. whtn conditions grew to be intolerable, Democratic party. . ' FvvwW Everybody Wants JJ reg The Genuine Oliver Plows, Hillside Syracuse Plows, Syracuse Turning to-do- A-- l PURITY J PLOWS. Pew Vulcan Plows et COST, -- FLOUR - J. MOUNT, II II SON & CO.- WII '10 fci!s JJ:AJ!&.1 J' Hudson & Hughes. mmm The Central Record busi-cro- con-ne- ss I i I . Stormes Automobile Agency. f ' Si; -- .'" -t - J We Write Kind c ei N f t' Office at Natior.c Bank. Mag-strat- e, BEAZLEY & COLLIER i-- . !3&3&3&3Sil:l!&3g n 'cS&3Sggg J $4 o i PEE HUNDBED FOE, " .a.ix-a- . pn J 1 TOBACC 2045 2855 This is our top price since February st though we have had any number of baskets- to run from $35.00 to $40.00. A few of the many good averages since Feb st. $17.80 ;- T.-We- J. 840 21.00 DANVILLE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE x 1 -- Mc-Robe- rts -m V fiHLZ'-i- b . i. - - " l rxti7rrq.cryraossys3aigyBssi5.-gcaV t rv ri y wi ifwrfTn smh m '1 h OP m US ffs 1 i OUT UNITY r T hV-'- jy,, vjii'flBWfya-- v v ;.yHgy5gs rercs.-'.v;i!i-A.iAjii3- i asacEsaaretsirererr? 0NEY -a . ,i-- 'r .'ni.xt1 For the next TWO WEEKS we will offer all Winter Merchandise at a muchly i - I JK in order to make room for our Beautiful line of Spring Goods which is arriving daily. educed Price '$ O P - Where Quality Reigns, WE&1&&&Z'TXErSE2L&ZrllZ7TmJZZrSJ5rm The Tr 1 Td 0 SS Yl f l i O Company. Style Leaders. 1 i ( 1 flferflrtilMrE I i fTVJffinJfpi nspJSlrii rj222azflBK&suaeExa frn&ftfc : GO TO THE Gossip About People M? 7 Vs? o--. j a i - I II Ore W . c& tj 3 rsrraR"B A v liigs i'ruf Mention of the Co.xlns and l.y Those W'z Arc Interested in. d& H. ClayHamilton has been in Nash- - FOR - rville for a short stay. ! of Hiattsville is iting relatives in Somerset. S. Kam Mrs J. vis- i 1 umwit'iju. ri'v; : m. u.--,. Mr. John J. Lynch of Paris was the guest of Lancaster friends Sunday. Miss Jennie Duncan is the guest of her niece Miss Jennie Warren of Stanford. Miss Callie Adams has returned a visit to Miss Lee Prather of mond. i X asjsyas.'T a vrrn "Straight Creek," "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige s 8 Cannel." 1 Each the best in its Class. after Rich- Miss Louise Huffman of Stanford has been visiting her aunt Mrs. Emma c vS Elkin. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird is in the cities to inspect and purchase new style millinery. Mrs. Rebecca Pearman and son Raymond have gone to Lexington to I I s Hi H w W i E ft-- S W i i a reside. B s Mr. and Mrs. Burgess of Somerset have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hamm. Mrs. Joanna Ball is with her daugh- MpJMIli:rSIM tiJ3nJi&R-Jg?- i flJJsrRJHSfPdte lUlBrfdafgUi SBcomfsxBscuacsB Last Notic TUX E' Vra. , Under the new revenue law, the Sheriff is bound to have his Quietus before he can receive tax book for 1912, so all delin- quents please call- and pay at once. Don't delay but call at our office bf . : ;. ' i !5S c I I Stanford. gJ.jR'TS Rep. John M. Farra came up from sister Mrs. W. O. Rigney. Come Frankfort and spent Sunday with the Dr. William Burnett went to Lex- goods. see my bargains in canned D. White Marsee. home folks. ington Tuesday morning, being called Fcr Sale. Miss Sallie Cooke Gregory is the there by the serious illness of his guest of her aunt Mrs. H. H. Hall of brother Mr. Thomas Burnett. Cottage house on Richmond street, Apply to, W' J' Romans Winchester. Misses Margaret and Joan Mount go Mrs. Joe Nevius has been in Stan- shortly to visit Mesdames Jack and Ask your friends about us. ford visiting Mrs. J. D. Wearren and George McRoberts of Covington and Madison Tobacco Warehouse ComMiss Arabella Bogie of Mt. Sterling. other friends. pany near L & A Depot Richmond Ky. Mayor H. T. Logan who has been Miss Minnie Brown was in Nicholas-vill- e Highest market price for country for a visit of several days to Miss in the throes of a severe attact of the produce.' " Give me a trial. grippe for several weeks, a greater Kathleen Hanley, iD. White Marsee. part of which time he was confined to H. E. Morrow of Nashville was the his home, is convalescent. Before insuring your property see guest of Miss Letty May McRoberts Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hendren and Stults & Stults. They will protect you. Saturday and Sunday. children, Mr. and Mrs. David Jones Miss Brumette D. Arnold left Mon- and little daughter Allene Brown Jones For Sale One three H. P. steam day for Richmond, where she will enter of Kirksville are with their parents Engine in good condition. Apply at the E. Ky. Normal School. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown. this office. The Mary Walker Price Chapter of Miss Bettie West left Monday for Lost between home and square, a the U. D. C. met Monday afternoon.at a several week visit to Washington, D. bunch of keys. Please return to this the home of Mrs. Ed C, Gaines. C. She will be the guest of her Aunt, office or Mary Beaumont. Mrs. W. B. Metcalf, of Howard. O, Mrs. Jennie West and cousins, Messrs. Get club rates for all kinds of Maga. arrived Monday for a visit to her father Millard and Thurston West. zines. Takethe Country Gentleman. Judge R. A. Burnside, and family. Mr. J. B. Conn was in Louisville to Mrs Dollie Brown. Miss Scotta Petty is enjoying a visit see his daughter Miss Estella Conn and with her sisters Mesdames Totten, also attend the Hardware Dealer'sWe want to make a new record for Brown and Thurman near Decatur, ill. Association. He was in Cincinnati for the State next week. Help us do this. Madison Tobacco Warehouse ComMiss Mary Miller has returned to a business trip before his return. her home in Richmond after a visit to Mrs. F. S. Hughes entertained the pany near L & A Depot Richmond Ky. TO-DA- Y. the Misses Doty and Miss Katie Lee Embroidery Club the honor guests beLet us insure your property in the Denny. ing her visitors Misses Jennie Parks Continental on the installment plan. It Mr. Thomas Brown of Monticello, of Richmond and Lucy Francis of Paris makes it easy for you. Ind., is visiting his brothers Messr's a well appointed luncheon was served. Stults & Stults, Agents. R. S., John and lee Brown of this Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Collier of Bell vicinity. Nice set of gold trimed glasses will Jellice Ky Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Collier of Middlesboro Ky. and Mr and Mrs. be given away. Get intoAhis. SHERIFF GARRARD COUNTY. Misses Jennie Parks of Richmond D. White Marsee. and Lucy Francis af Paint Lick were Ed. Collier of Memphis Tenn. are the guests for several days of Mrs. F S. guests of Mr. and Mrs. James B. ColWhere protection is involved, the lier. Hughes. best is the cheapest. The indemnity Miss Saiah Daniel left Tuesday for furnished by a Continental Policy is unMr. and Mrs. J. S. Bowman have returned to their home in Lewis county her home in Paris, besides being the questioned and meets every test. It Seems Impossible Stults & Stults, Agents. XI after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. G. object of much social attention while in Lancaster she was the "honoree" for Anderson. That A Man Should a sumptuous affair given by Mrs. LoTo Buy Millinery. x Mr. James I. Hamilton was in Rich gan Wood of Danville. SmUewReiP'paying I will leave in a few days for the mond several days last week where he Miss Lucy Doty, of Lancaster, has city where I wil purchase a full line was engaged in a murder case in cirhis Coal BUI. accepted a position in the law office of of Millinery which I will display in concuit court. Cobb & Collins. Miss Doty, who is a nection with my 10c store. Everybody Yet men tfho got 'their I? Miss Iva Lee Smith of Richmond, graduate of Dtmvllle School of Sten- is cordially invited to call and see me. Ind., who previously trimmed for TUiss supply of us last year are ography, is not a stranger in Richmond Mrs. C.'T. Brummett. 2t. Rella Arnold will be with her again having frequently visited her sister, paying for this year's with this season. Mrs Edward Smith, in this city Climax Coal. a smile. A valentine party was given at the We have the best coal for the money Mrs. Eugenia Dunlap Pott's many Christian church Wednesday evening WHY? Lancaster friends remembered her in town, red ash, jellico, Ida May, by the Missionary Circle the hours with a "Valentine Shower" on Feb. 14th straight creek and black nut coal for were from 7;S0 to 9:30. goes farther, Well because our coal Don't, take so This popular woman is ever bright and 12 to 15 cents in yard, one cent more The Woman's Club met Wednesday cheerful notwithstanding her recent delivered, also fine white seed oats for much to get the, right heat. Better try it and find out for aftergoon with Mrs. R. E. McRoberts painful accident. She continues to Jbe sale for cash. as leader the subject being "The Con- shown much sympathy by friends who H. B. Northcott yourself. cord Gfroup ofAmerican Writers." greet her with many flowers, fruit etc. Notice. Mr. J. B. Bourne was called to Liv Little Mi3s Elizabeth Logan Simpson All persons having claims against the ingston by the illness of his. daughter was given a birthday party at the estate of Alex Gibbs, deceased will Miss Virginia Bourne who is there vishomes of her grandparents, Mr. and present them at once to the undersigned iting her sister Mrs, Fred Neighbors. flirs.-- u. j. oimpson, Tne- - nappy, oc properly proven. All those owing him m Mrs. John M. Mount and visitor Miss casion was to celebrate the third anni- - please settle. Sarah Daniel of Paris were with Mrs.-- yersary of her birth, This bright and v?: mtmmCmmMKmtma Jf - .JR JBEK L. S. Gibbs, Admr. -- ter Mrs. Ernest Bohon Campbell of John Lynn of Stanford she giving a wirisome little girl was the centre of handsome dinner party in their honor. attraction to a number of her wee Mr. Henry Moore is in London for a friends, aud was the recepient of many nice gifts. . business trip. N. H. Sanders of Cottonburg Madit Mr. Brannon Beazley has returned to on county and Miss Emma Layton San Angelo, Texas. were united in marriage at the home Mr. T. M. Wilson of Cave City ha3 of Elder F. M. Tinder he tying the been here this week. manner. The j knot in a very pleasing Mrs. Wm. Ward was called to Lu!a bride is the handsome daughter of Mr. Miss., by the illness of her sister Mrs. t and Mrs Alex Layton of McCreary and a sister of Mrs. Dave Sanders of Wilson. this city while the groom is a brother Miss Minnie Kemper of Danville has of Mr. A. F. Sanders. been the lecent guest of her sister The local chapter of the U. D. C. Mrs. W. A. Price, entertained at a George Washington Misses Martha and Helen Gill leave party at the home of Mrs. E. C. Gaines Monday for a visit to Mrs. D. W. with Mrs. J. A. Royston having charge Bridges of Richmond. of the exercises. Mrs. J. L. Riley Mrs. W. S. Henry of Lexington read an interesting description of a came Wednesday for a visit to her visit to historic Mt. Vernon; other addresses narrated incidents connected daughter Mrs. Henry Simpson. Mrs. Steven Poor and Mr. and Mrs. with America's first president; dainty adorned with painted iJilton Poor of Buena Vista were with little hatchets hunches of cheri ics were appropriate Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Brown Tuesday. souvenire of the patriotic occasion. Mrs. W. R. Cook was the gracious hostess of the Bridge Club refreshing "V her guests with a delicious luncheon. II YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Mrs. Joe F. Peters and little son of tyajCTWii HI 1 iimmmmWr Springfield have been visiting Mis. Peter's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth D. White Try me for groceries. Marsee. Miss Ella Thompson of Danville who Davidson has been Miss Ilallie Brown's., recent & B. & C. Wrapped cake. Doty. guest leaves shortly to visit Miss Where you do best be sure to go. Thompson of Mt. Vernon. D. White Marsee. Mr. Baker Walker who has been ill at the home of his sister Mrs. James We can furnish you the best calTe Burnside in Madison is now with his you ever ate. Davidson & Doty. i ! i i Prevent rather than Cure disease among vour Horses.Hogs '" & Cows. Use sj sj liter R. We sell a 25 pound bucket for $2.85. Smaller sizes at regular prices. i 01 MI I! C& n & & i q R McRcrberts Son. i Yx::ex:&Ax&A) ).x)hj.xx)x r Bring1 Your T0 Tobacco Mc-Carle- y. LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Stanford Street. Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales, No Commission to Pay. Telephone 186. We buy yonr Tobaceo at Highest Market Price and unload the same day. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. $Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. G. T BALLARD i ISPS A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. 3S W- - 1 I BliilSflllllil LjJnIHI A Depositor at The t Garrard Bank and Trust Company has many advantages beside the safety of his" money. He can put notes and drafts in for collection.borrow money on acceptable security; call on the bank for any advice of a final nature. You will be entitled to these courtesies if you have an account there whether it be large or small. i Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. 't& rrrrrJ I '- The Garrard Bank i & Trust Company. y i 1 a t v.c;g s, - ,& vr mtt-a- m r: FARMER'S I V040 QAOCOOMOiMH )wmxwkhoWXMOPu-iW- COLUMN s . Many Children Die Of Croup Every CROUP ENDS LIFE Year Lancaster People Before A Doctor Can Be Summoned WKv4lwOOU04AIWVO D40 la for tlie exclusive use qf Qur farmer subscribers, and la for the gale of stock grain cud ucli"tlilngs on farm as the farxmr ctumot afford to advertise Xo notice a 111 oe i.ccepted oxor four of the Hues, and will be ouly lu wo ItEror.D. free of chatRO is-i- jpace below this headiug Parents of children should he prepared at al! times for jr spasm, p(f .croup. " Keep in thp house; a remedy thaj will give instant relief and keep the child from choking until the arrival of the Kidupy ills See Commissioner's P It Sale Of Land i opooiooooweocooyo& I mysteriously. But jiatur.e nearly warns ypc. GwBt.Q8f9BffCfijBWi - Where Where vatt rrvrvn? Notice the kidney secretions. Plaintiff, W.G. Weeks, NAlURE'S WARNING Mast " oooooooooooooeoo-ooooxxo- Recognize Aul Heed oprnp. if the color is unhealthy T7C . d-t. Hie Famous The Rayo Lamp is JSdb For Sale A lot of good locust post. Dr. W. Burnett. Lamp For Sale: SO coming two and three year old mare mules. N. W. Rogers, Paint Lick, Ky. Try us with a load and you will see ; that we treat you on the square and do our best. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company near L. & A. Depot Richmond Ky. Wilson Rogers bought seven three year old mules in Stanfoid Monday paying on an average of $1(50. per head for them. They Carry A Large Stock. the best and most serviceable lamp you can find Its strong white light has made for any part of your home. It is use ia millions of famT'es. it famous. And it never flickers. k In the dining-rooor ihs pallor the Rayo gives just the light that is most effective. It is k becoming lamp in itself and to you. Just the lamp, too, for bedroom or library, where a clear, steady light is needrd. The Rayo is made of solid brass, nickel plated ; also in numerous other styles ana finishes. Easily lighted without removing shade or chimney ; easy to clean andrewick. m physician. Get a 50 cent bottle of HYOMEI today and in case of an attack of croup pour 20 drops into a kitchen bowl of boiling water. Hold the child's head over the bowl so tnat it can breath-tb- e soothing, penetrating vapor that arises. In the meantime send for a physician. This treatment has saved the lives rf many children and is a precaution that all parents should promptly take. HYOMEI Is sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggists everywhere and is guaranteed for croup, catarrh, asthma and bronchitis. I Ail your deJer to thew you his Hue of Rayo lamps ; or writefor descriptive circular to any agency of the I Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) w. o. RiQney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. l Get Hudson & Hughes prices and compare the quality of their clover, timothey, alsyke, blue grass and orchard grass seed before you buy. Phone 2G Hudson & Hughes. John W. Tatem bought at Stanford courtofWayne county traders a mix-j- d lot of 49 cattle weighing about 400 pound at $16. per head. Away Goes Pimples, Blackheads, Ecezma, Lancaster, Ky. Dandruff And Other Skin Afiecticns. Germs Spread-IlEczema, Psoriasis- and other r.IMn myriads of troubles arc caiisc-- t by pliin. Utiles ,erms at work Irs the germs are promptly iVslrojtvl these rapidly multiply, gnaninj tlul.-r-athey det-Into the sensitive tissue. ' This is what causes that awful a tneio rat'i and aiiat may grow v.ori.e und develop into a loathsome and torturing s!:in disease with Its years of misery. Don't tal:o any chances! Destroy the Terms at the beginning of the trouhl" that rllh I). I). soothing and cleansing waIi. liizema. D. Prescription the A -- 5c bottle vill piove this to you. p sei-me- SMia In-Fta- nt biz-Lottie an-hind y fr "Wc have had experience with vvy remedies for skin trouble but ha c 3 never seen sucli remarkable cures those from D. D. D. Prescription. applirelief from the very iirst . cation. V'e sic so confident that T. P.coP. reach your case that it will v'll v.vj nothing if this voiy lirsi full claim tails to make good everyof If you have skin trouble to you dror we certainly adv! in and investigate the merits of T D. D. t "We know that D. D. anyway. will help you. R. E. McRoberts A Son, Lancaster, Ky. Haye You Tried Black Star New Phones. 337-- H G Arnold, Henry & Burnett Elliott 310-- A 392-- H COAL? If not, you're loosing a lot of COAL Better SATISFACTION. TON at once from order-a 161 357-- Q Burnside, Robt Burton, R. I. Conn tBros. Store. Offic Res Res Cotton, C. S. 378-- J Center, Walter, 220 Elliott, Dr. W. M. Hardware Res Res. Res. Res. ,VHEN ZEMO AND ZEMO SOAP ARE " 4 USED. The McRoberts Drug Store sTiys, We are so confident that ZEMO and ,EMO SOAP used together will lid the .tin or scalp of infant or grown person ,i PIMPLES. BLACKHEAD, EC- .EMA, DANDRUFF, INSECT BITES r any form of itching, irritated, skin or scalp trouble, that we j not hesitate to recommend these lean refined remedies to every person ho desires quick relief and a cure rom any form of aggravated skin or calp affection. Oftentimes one bottle nd one cake of soap will cuie a minor ' ase of skin trouble. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP produce ure and swift results. You will not iffer another day after you commence o use them. You will feel like a new person ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be fiom one leading druggest in jvery city, or town in America and in Lanraster. By McRoberts Drug Store. dis-icuri- ob-ain- ed H. C. BAILEY. J. C. 199 Farmer's Union 393-Gosney, N. J. 5 Hurt & Anderson. 165 Hurt F. G. 171-- B Fox, Store. Res. G Furniture. Res. Res. Res. A Happy View. Jig a man out of trouble When the hol lie leaves behind hiin Is the grave 1:1 v lilch I buiy my own trou ble F larnell I 387-- A Kut tz H. M. 387 K Locker B. 239 Long J. P. 186 Lan. Tobocco Ware House. 69 Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. 21 Logan H. T. 323 Moore Henry 339-Mahan J. Q. 3G3-S EwasasN3SK& TiMOiMT ffirw 374-- S 385-- B 392-i 202 363-- G 400-- U 384-- A 3S3-- U 354-- B Mahan J. W. Morgan G. A. McMillan Lige Montgomery Dr. Perkins E. W. Pope & Vaughn. Pierce Joe. Rankin T. C. Rankin James "7e tell you how, and pay best market 2M prices. We arc dclrs; established B M in l JiG; end can co ul, 1 1 uk tor you s. 2 TH B m ijrille. Write for wckly price list. M. SADZL &. SONS & 33 E. Eatal St, LOUICVILLE. KY. 227-2:-- :i U;fcrei.cesuy banUinlou- HIDES, WOOL. Rainey J. T. 329-Ray Mrs. Eliza 164 Rose G. C. 379-Rose Dr. B. C. 93 Riley J. L. 85 Robinson Mrs. J. C. 50 Ross & Whitlock. 400-Schooler Roy. H H Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of Sip, Ky., writes: "I was so sick for 3 or 4 years, I had to hire my work done, most of the time. I had giver, up hope.Vhen I began j take Cardui, I knew, : ht away, it was helping me. Now, I am better than ever before in my life, and Cardui did it" E 64 Take 213 385-- H 338-- Q Defers la FU- -., : 1 1 TOO MUCH LOVE Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Otner remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten year? s John White & Co. miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for LOUISVILLE. KY. years, was cured in one week. To Established 1837 prove our remedy, .while they last, nishcstmarketprlcepald 55, FURS regular size bottles only 25c at Storme? 192 86 41 38 397 360 Turner & Carpenter. Turner Joe Walker Kemp. Walker Alex. Walker & Herndon. Wherritt W. H. Zanone Miss Margaret. Bishop Miss Fannie. Dr. R. L. Pontius. The Woman's Tonic Cardui has helped thousands of weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, back.to healths It has a gentle, tonic action on the womanly system. It goes to the cause of the trouble. Ithelps.it ' helps quickly, surely, safe ly. It has helped others. Why not you? It will. Try it Get a bottle todayl m&J fCPtt!. -- - Drug Store. WOOL Ol and HIDES. C0MM1JSI0H Wmm Only a Dav and Night To New Orleans. LOUISVILLE- and NASHVILLE RAILROAD. What It Will Cost To See The Two Big Days February 19th and 20th. New Orleans $19.80. Mobile $17.95. Pensacola Round Trip from Lancaster. February 19th, arrival of REX 2:00 p. m.,and Mardi first-clas- G-ra- s there are settlings and sediment, L A. Congleton and Others, Defendants I am going to the Three Chair Shop Passages frequent, scanty, painful. to get my Face and Head Changed Persuant to a judgement of It's time to use Doan's Kidney Pills. rard Circuit Court, reuderedthein Gar where you don't have te wait a minute. the To ward off serious diseases. Richmond Street. above styled cause at its November Doan's haye done great work in Term 1911 the undersigned Commiss HENRY DUNCAN ioner will on . Lancaster. The Old Reliable Barber. Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St., Lancas- MONDAY, FEBRUARY, 26th, 1912, ter, Ky., says: "I never fail to praise this being county court day, beDdaii's Kidney Pills when I have the tween the hours of 11 o'ciock A. M. opportunity. I have never been with- and 12 o'clock noon, sell at public out out a supply of this remedp in the cry, in front of the court house door in house for years and whenever my back the town of Lancaster, Kentucky to Physician End Surgeon. follow the highest and best bidder becomes lame and painful, a few doses ing real estate, to wit; All the that tract LANCASTER, KY. always bring prompt relief. For some or parcel of land lying and being in the Kentucky, Office Phone C. time I suffered from kidney trouble. county of Garrard, state'-QResidence Phone 220. The kidney secretions were unnatural and bounded as 'follows: On the west by lands of Calvin Blakeman, on and I knew that my kidneys were dis- the the north by the lands of William It I Tim VISTA ordered. It was my good fortune to Stults and Kentucky River, on the hear or Doan's Kidney Pills and I pro- south by Kentucky River and on the J. W. Scott, Sr. has been numbered cured a supply at Frisbie's Drug Store. east? by the lands on Z. T. Chrisman LIVERY, and containing one hundred and sixty with the sick. Through their use my kidneys were re- four (164) acres, more or less, which J. B. Ruble was in Lexington last stored to a normal condition." was the same conveyed to W. G. week on business. For sale by all dealers. Price 50 Weeks and C. A. Weeks, jointly by Stanford Street. n Co., Buffalo, deed of David Grow and wife, dated Joe Skinner is at Marcellus assisting cents. day of December 1900, and LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. New York, sole agents for the United the Cable and King to invoice. recorded in Deed Book No. 17, page of the Garrard County clerks Miss Jennie Skinner is visiting her States. Office over Office Hours Remember the name Doan's and office, and by C. A. Weeks to W. G. cousin Mrs. Boyd at London. Weeks by deed dated January 9th. 1902 8 ft.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 1. Stormed' Drug Store take no other. Mrs. Hugh Christopher has been visand recorded in Deed Book No 17 page 440, of said clerks office. The purpose iting her parents at Lexington. lUIClit VE. of this sale is to satisfy a debt of HarMrs Will Scott has returned from a ry C. Welch, the debt and interest to DENTIST. visit to her father in Mercer county. Mr, Tom Green of Lancaster has date of sale amounting to Fifteen Lancaster. Ky. Hundred and sixty six dollars and Phone 65. Quarterly meeting will be held at een visiting Mr, and Mrs. J. W. eighty three and one third cents Brovns Chapel next Saturday and Sun- - Brown. ($1566.835), also a debt of W. G. Weeks day. Mr. Robt Long has been confined to debt and interest to date of sale, amH. and Miss Katye Carpenter of Harrods- - his bed for several days with the ounting to Seventeen Hundred two ninty dollars and sixty six and burg opened a select school here last niumps. and the estimthirds cents ($1790-66sCounty Monday. j Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Layton of Mc- - ated court cost amounting to one hunPIIOSE twenty and Miss Georgia Cook of Lexington is Creary were week end guests of rela-th- e dred centsthirty one , dollars and amounts Office over F. G. Hnrt s furniture store. ($131.25) for which five guest of the family of Wm. Chris- - i ives here, judgment has been rendered in the Lancaster, Kentucky topher also other relatives. Rev. T. B. Ray of Richmond, Va. above styled cause. TERMS: Said sale will be made on Mrs. Will Carruthers. is dantrerouslv was with his mother Mrs. Nancy Jane a credit of six and twelve months and ill at herhome in Mercer county, Miss Ray, last week. the purchaser will be required to give Mattie Coulter was called to her bed- Mrs. Nancy Jane Ray who has been bond with approved security, bearing side last week. very sick for the past six weeks, we interest at six per cent per annum from date of sale, a lien retained upon are glad to say is slowly improving. the property sold to secure the payHA1R HINTS f' Miss Barbra Gulley of Madison, Co., ment of the purchase money, and said was the attractive guest of Mr. and bond to have the force and effect of a Worthy The Attention Of People Who judgment upon which execution may E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Mrs. Herbert Whittaker last week. Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. issue if not paid at maturity. Wish To Preserve The Hair The little infant son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. BROWN, Have your own brush and comb at Ed. Arnold was buried in the Lancas Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit ter cemetery last Friday. Mrs. Arnold home and at hair dressers. use a brush or comb in public is doing nicely under the tender care of Court. Never John H. Welch, Atty. places, thev are usually covered with Garrards most excellent trained nurse Miss Sallie Lou Myers. dandruff germs. Royal blood and splendid individuality. Wash your hair brush once a week They Carry A Large Stock. with soap and warm water to which is Fall boars and gilts for sale. Get Hudson & Hughes prices and added a disinfectant. compare the quality of their clover, J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. Shampoo the hair once a week with timothy, alsyke, blue grass and orpure soap and water. chard grass seed, before you buy. Use PARISIAN SAGE every day Phone 26 Hudson & Hughes. rubbing thoroughly into scalp. To show that Buckeye is a hustling PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed by Knox Circuit Court. R. E. McRoberts & Son to destroy dan- place, and that the Central Record will druff germs and abolish dandruff, or be more interesting with a Buckeye W. M. Mitchell, Admr of the esOfiiice over Logan's store. Plaintiff. tate of J. I. Rasnick letter on her pages every week; and money back. Office Plione 6. Residence Phone 75. To stop hair from falling and scalp for the benefit of dear old Garrard and Va Commissioner's Sale. Buckeye friends who now reside in varfrom itching, or money back. To put life and beauty into dull faded ious other parts of the U. S. who often E. J. Rasnick, W. G. Gooch &c Defendants, ask, why is there never any Buckeye hair or money back. Price 50 cents. I, J. R. Jones, Master Commissioner, news? I will endeavor once again to give you a brief mention of the com- of the Knox Circuit Court under and by PAINT LICK. All Work Guaranteed. in of a judgment ings and goings by those we are inter- virtue styled action on rendered day the above the 1st of Kentucky. February 1912, will between the hours Paint Lick, Miss Mariam Nolan is the guest of ested in. of 10 o'clock A. M." and 3 o'clock P. M. Miss Margaret Anderson. on the FIVE MINUTES Miss Louese Terry is at home after 26TH DAY OF FEBRUARY 1912. several weeks of trained nursing at Sourness, Gas, Heartburn And Stomach VU Richmond. at the Courthouse door in Lancaster in Distress Will Disappear. Garrard County Kentucky offer for Mis. Henry Rjddleburger and Miss DENTIST Distress after eating, sourness, gas sale at public outcry to th highest and Eliza Rucker spent Monday with Mrs. best bidder a certain tract of land situ- - i and heartburn can be quicely relieved J. L. Tribble at Hyatsville. ate on the waters of Back Creek in Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. by taking one or two stom- Garrard County Kentucky and being Miss Mollie McWhorter who attends ach tablets. the same land conveyed toW. G. Gooch the Model School at Richmond spent They are guaranteed to banish any by J. B. Parks and wife bycleed dated j Sunday with her home folks. case of indigestion, acute or chronic 2nd, day ot Marcn linn) and a deed dat Miss Joe McCormack will instruct a stomach ailments no matter what it is ed Zoth day of April 1900 and recorded in the County.. Court Clerks office of class in Mont Melhc and french em- called or money back. Garrard County in deed book 16 at paee broidery beginning this week. stomach tablets are small 53 and 134 respectively and conveyed Treadway & Woods are preparing to and easy swallowed. They are sold by by J. R. Payne and wife and W. O. Walker and wife by deeds erect a handsome store building of R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggist day of January 1912 and of dated 11th record in Offllce at Sweeney's Livery Stable. brick on the lot adjoining Metcalf's everywhere for 50 cents a box. They the Clerks Office aforesaid in deed book -- -- drug store. Kentucky are put up in a neat metal box that 28 at pages 206 and 208 respectively Lancaster, and being the same land conveyed by can conveniently be carried in the vest W. G. Gooch and wife to E. They Carry A Large Stock. J. Rasnick pocket. They are especially recom- and others on the 23rd, day of January OOOOOqOOOOCOfrOOOOOOOOOC0OOfl & Hughes prices and Get Hudson menced for nervousness, sleeplessness, 1912 and containing about 155 acres and compare the quality of their clover, bad dreams, constipation, dizziness said records are referred to for a more definite description and boundary. Said timothey, alsyke, blue grass and or- and billiousness. lands will be sold as a whole. The sum chard grass seed, before you buy. of QUALITY. of money to be raised is $12,469.06 with Phone 2( Hudson & Hughes. interest at 6 per cent from the 1st day PLATWOOD of February 1912 and the cost of this Rev. Waytes of Roanake VaT is the 0400000009000000000fr4662 and such other sum as it will guest of Mrs. N. Mays and will visit Mr. Henry Millier continues very ill. action bring. his daughter at Georgetown College beW. H. Furr bought-- a mare for $150. Said sale will be made on a credit of fore returning home. Mr. Sam Fields is very low with six months from date of same for all the purchase money except for $3969.06 pneumonia. and interest from the 1st day of FebLife Saved At Death's Door. LAWYEI aad CODNTY ATTORNEY. Mr. Clarence Fields has returned ruary 1912 and the said $3969.06 will be sold on a credit of one fourth due in "I never felt so near my grave," from Indiana. one year, one fourth due in two years, Will Practice In all State Courts an writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, Mr. Jack Roberts visited at Hyatts-vill- e and one fourth due in three years, and U. S. District Court. Tex., as when a frightful cough and one fourth due in four years and inlast week. Office over Police Court. Phone 194 lung trouble pulled me down to 100 terest from the 1st day of February William Coldiron Sr. bought a horse 1912. pounds, in spite of doctor's treatment for two years, My father, mother and from Jerry Arnold for $90. The purchaser will execute bonds TO THE CUSTOMERS OFTHE Mr. Anderson Hall of Berea college with approved security for the purtwo sisters died ot consumption, and chase money, and lien will also be rethat I am alive today is due solely to yjsited home folks last week. tained on the lands to secure the purDr. King's New Discovery, which comMr. William Coldiron Sr. of Jackson chase money. pletely cured me. county is visiting friends in Garrard. Given under my hand this 5th day of Now I weigh 187 pounds and have Fleming county is February 1912. Mr. Joe Fields of been well and strong for years." Quick at the bed side of his son Sam Fields. J. R. JONES. I will remain at old stand, on public safe, sure, its the best remedy on "earth square, for cleaning andressing ladies Commissioner, Knox Circuit County. Misses Dora and Laura Hall visited for coughs, colds, lagrippe, asthma, and mens garments. Hats, cleaned and their aunt Jennie Holdman last week.' croup, and all throat and lung troubles. blocked, shoe repairing. Phone 340. J. H. Miller visited his son Arch at 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guar Join thepreesing Club $1.50 per Berea and found him very sick with anteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. month. Pressinaod shoes polished. Xi W. W. ELLIOTT, f J.W.SWEENEY FEED and SALE STABLE. Foster-Milbur- 1-- m J. TINSLEY, Surveyor. -J. ), I 1 vgO Oakdale Herd of Registered Durocs Commissioner's Sale Of Land. DR. Wm. BURNETT Physican and Surgeon. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. K. Denny, MI-O-N- A Or. R. MI-O-N- A Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. L uui McRoberts. i J. E. Robinson, c ; Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co 1-- m $19.95. Tthode Island's Small Vote. Rhode Island, says the Providence Journal, casts a smaller vote, propor tionately to its population, than Is polled In any other northern state. Falls Victim To Thieves. S. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., has a justifiable grievance. Two thieves stole his health for twelve years. They were a liver and kidney trouble. Then Dr. King's New Life Pills throttled them. He's well now. Unrivaled for chicken pox. Rev. W. M. C. Hutchen filled Rev. A C. Baird place at Good Hope Saturday and Sunday. h. W, .Faulkner, Vlgr. Fruit anil- - Shade Trees Tertied Fer 15 Years. by a cure-defying stomach trouble that 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 agent Louisville & Nashville Railroad Company. Constipation, Malaria, Headache, Dyspepsia. 25c. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m See Descriptive Booklet. Lost: Black sow 1 white foot, white under breast weighs about$50 lbs return to me and receive reward. John Gill Kinnaird. baffled doctors, and resisted all remedies he tried, Tohn W. Modders, of Moddersville, Mich., seemed doomed. He had to sell his farm and give up work. His neighbors said, "he can't live much longer," "What I a,te distressed me," he wrote, "till I tried Electric Bitters, which worked such wonders for me that I can now eat things I could not take for. years. Its gurely a grand remedy for stomach trouble." Just as good for the liver. and kidneys. Every bottle guaranteed. Office Phone 31. Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m J R BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Residence Phone -- Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you -- Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. i H.F.Hill'enmeyer & Sons. r" LANCASTER, KY. tG tS" h'rj "? - ' -- - "j,. t- o -- ? ""L st?4 tr