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'$&? -- - & THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT .., -K i US This Price Was Paid at People's Tobacco Warehouse at Danville. & The Crop Belonged to TWENTY SECOND YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1912. Bonnet, Apron and Flower sale by the Baptist Ladies Aid Society in April at Miss Mattie Estes. NUMBER 46. For Sale: Pure white orpington eggs at $2.00 for 15. JKellerstrass strain. Largest fowls, best layers, , JTuSHl I 8 Mrs. M. D. Hughes, Lancaster, lty. -- " Mrs. Collier Improving. The many friends of Mrs. James B. Collier, who has been seriously ill for sometime, will be rejoiced to know that her condition the last few days shows some improvement, and hopes are being entertained for her speedy recovery. Terrill Layton Gets Good Price. One of the best sales of Garrard county tobacco of which we have heard was that of Mr. O. T. Layton. He sold a crop of 4000 pounds for an average of $29. per hundred, one basket bringing as high as 60 cents per pound. Farmers Union Speaking. Mr. W. M. Martin, assistant State Organizer for the Farmers Union will make an address at the Conrt House at 1:30 o'clock p. m. next Monday county court day, in the interest of the organization which he represents. Mr. Martin is a forceful and eloquent speaker and will be sure to interest you. Come and hear him. Bee In Robinsonjs Bonnet. arkable Ad r La n I0 4, Wire Fence 1731 mm iBBilamilBiS.iBiraaraami.!&:HiaiBiHllB?ailr3.rgglBi a pi Ml M 1 Ik. m i Thft !i m m nanviEta Tnhaftftri Warehouse J. H. Reynolds and Averaged $26.38 Fleece Robinson's Crop on the Breaks. The news in the Record in the past 120 pounds at month from the Peoples Tobacco 20 pounds at Warehouse at Danville was read with a 120 pounds at great deal of interest and the prices 155 pounds at were so very good that it thoroughly 100 pounds at satisfied and determined the growers 140 pounds at that the Danville market was the place 135 pounds at 'to take their weed and many wagons 160 pounds at headed that way passed through Lan- - 290 pounds at .i caster this week. We are greatly rushed and only have time to report a Average Of -- $33 00 35 00 38 00 29 50 19 75 22 50 22.50 16 75 Hon. Joe E. Robinson, of Lancaster, was in town last night. Mr. Robinson is county attorney of Garrard, and has made that county one of the best and most faithful officials she has ever had. When asked by The Messenger man if he would become a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney, Mr. Robinson smiled and replied that his friends had been so kind in talking with him about the matter, that he really had it under consideration, but was not ready to announce. It is evident that the bee is buzzing in his bonnet, and if he concludes to shy his castor into the ring will find a very strodg following over the district. ''Danville Messenger." had en and many Mr. Robinson has not as from Posts Si BOTTOM Weeks Extraordinary 1 ROCK FOR 15 DAYS. Averages and Challenm ges Any House in the flftSELDEN BROS. ijerTHiEiriii1!"!!!) MMim&llj Ullii State to Either Equal ii FIELD and GARDEN. our Prices a3 I m Q3 m Or. Excel It. 1 10 50 to Crop $26.38 and Mr. $17 25 19 50 ft V r However, it is sufficient to Crop cf Fleece Robinson show the phenomenal and uniform 1 igh Hicks, of Garrard county: prices obtained at this house. 370 pounds at Crop of Alex Bourne, of Garrard 430 pounds at county: 395 pounds ae $41 00 530 pounds at 25 pounds at 34 CO 455 pounds at 65 pounds at 30 00 545 pounds at 185 pounds at 19 00 615 pounds at 65 .pounds at 16 25 415 pounds at "180 pounds at 18 25 490 pounds at li5 pounds at ' 24 00 375 pounds at pounds at 185 16 75 410 pounds at 105 pounds at 330 pounds at Of Crop 380 pounds at Crop of Col. Jack Chinn & Black, of 400 pounds at 395 pounds at Mercer county: 420 pounds at $19 75 200 pounds at 375 pounds at 22 00 170 pounds at 400 pounds at 22 00 260 pounds at 390 pounds at 16 00 405 pounds at 370 pounds at 19 75 85 pounds at 340 pounds at 19 25 245 pounds at 405 pounds at 18 00 260 pounds at 350 pounds at pounds Av 360 pounds at Crop of 335 pounds at J 230 pounds at 265 pounds at Crop of Col. Chinn & Bramlett, of 300 pounds at Mercer county: 235 pounds at $24 00 295 pounds at 250 pounds at 24 00 235 pounds at 230 pounds at 24.50 340 pounds at 285 pounds at 19 25 285 pounds at 115 pounds at 19 25 305 .pounds at 380 pounds at 16 25 340 pounds at 305 pounds at 16 00 330 pounds at 16 00 Crop of 290 pounds at lew crops. 0 50 22 00 23 00 15.25 15 75 18 00 15 50 , 17 75 16 50 17 50 20 50 18 00 16 25 18 25 18 50 22 00 23 00 22 00 22 00 23 00 22 50 20 00 19 75 23 00 18 25 16 50 17 50 18 00 Average $22.96 1,625 eraged $19. 18 00 17 75 17 75 17 50 17 00 Think of Selling 2,235 Pounds of make the race, however has couragement prominent The "Weed" at an Average over the district, is democrats the of $31.30. Can You Beat LISTEN FELIt? 20,000 Pounds AvLOWS. eraged $22. Right The time has Nifty Wasnt It? come to have your measure You Equal taken for your It Anywhere. spring suit. tailoring Our opening on Fri- This Warehouse Prides Itself Upon its Ability to Handle Tobacco to the Very Best Advantage, Which day and Satur Means Lots When The Buyers Face day, 1912 with It. Auctioneer that is Excellspecial cutter in charge will preed By None. sent 300 beautiful styles for "Watch Us Grow," the the Warehouse your selection. that the has their growth 2235 Lbs Average $31.10 has just Smith". most of the best weeks business of Jas. W. buyers has ever that it the yet decided all considering proposition. an The Roughest Road s a P iZ rtV. J, will not cause a break down if the carriage is one of ours. Our carriages are made for hard service, and every test however severe but proves it. Think we riages? Then ask those now using them. over-rat- e our car- What they say ought to send you here in a hurry for a carriage you can depend on. You'll find the prices right too. If you want your buggy or wagon repaired or your horse shod quick, bring them to us. W- - J. Romans. THE SUCCESS. Crop of 2,185 pounds Av- 13,1 10 Pounds Averaged $18.86. ' eraged $19.63. Crop of J. H. Reynolds, county: 275 pounds at The above prices are only obtainable where the management of the of Lincoln house aud the auctioneer are live wires," as is the case in the Peoples $42 00 Tobacco Warehouse at Danville. . Best Auctioneer jn the State. We know how to get the high dollar for your crop. Sell with us. People: Tobacco following crop: slogan j sold is Danville Tobacco chosen, and Company splendid. This house is T. P. Gaines, Lincoln county, closed one enjoyed. The sold following: who have sold over its breaks are more Slaughter Begins. Annual than pleased, they are delighted and 1 71 5"Lbs Dogs invaded the sheep of Mr. R. L. why shouldn't they be with the excessElkin last Saturday night killing 19 ively high prices and the abnormal av"A Modest Man," of Lincoln counewes out right besides mutilating many erages they have received. Here are ty sold the following crop: other sheep and lambs, the same curs the figures to back up what they claim: supposedly, invaded the flock of. Mr. 20.000 pounds last week sold at a grand Lbs Averaged Sam Cotton who owns the adjoinfng average of $22 00 per hundred. Can farm to Mr. Elkin and created havoc you beat it? Aye, can you even equal V. C. Lear, of Lincoln county, sold among his sheep, and from all over it? One crop containing 2,235 pounds the following crop: the county reports are coming in-- ; o .sold for an average of $31.30, and they depredations among the sheep, of challenge anv house in the state to 1 Lbs greater or less magnitude. It seems to beat it, Other large crops sold almost week! haVe reached the stage where- - farmers- as high. The prices last sellers. ' George Brummett, of Mercer coun- the will have to ,do one or two things, simply staggered either abandon the raising of sheep" While only a few of the crops are ty sold the following crop: raising of dogs. The ewes killed nViown- here,. there the viust plenty of ww .. for Mr. Elkin were thoroughbred others which sold as well. VJV LDS " Southdowns, the buck heading the Danville Tobacco Warehouse Com- The. flock being one of the finest in the pany has men of wide experience in , Harvey & Sexton, of Mercer tobacco and they place it upon state, having won first prize at the go,d followi --1.i )in nstnf hoof nfartvanr- -' State Fair at Louisville last year; so .ii the money which Mr. Elkin will receive, age, so that it challenges the admira- 1 Lbs from the county will in no. measure tion of the buyer when he sees it. They - have an auctioneer who also knows toronnmnonsp him for his loss. Sexton and Cecil, Mercer county, The records in the county clerk's bacco and he hangs on a basket until it office show the amount of sheep claim's, brings what it is worth, too, and that's sold the following crop: They filed in 1910 to amount to $1103:10, something worth considering. 1 deal and treat you with only a fund of $701.88 to be pro- give you a square rated to this fund, this would make with the utmost courtesy. B. Powell of Boyle county, sold the the farmer receive a little over 63cents The Danville Warehouse points with one dollar valuation for hissheep-destroyedon the just pride to the following Pike's Peak following crop: Average $19.90 3736 2390 $19.20 Averaged $ 8.70 - or-th-e -- Roller Bearing Lightest Draft Spreader Made.W HEADQUARTERS FOR " Averaged $19.00 coun-handli- ng -- 720 Averaged $22.50 The Genuine 725 lbs Averaged $24.25 Oliver Plows, Hillside Syracuse Plows, ' Syracuse Turning plows. ,. : ; Wartee .r. - Go. Incorporated. - I. M. Dunn, President. DANVILLE, ..- e r-- ..,: 'B during 1911 there was 146" sheep killed in the county and the'anv- - "High Averages: 1025 lbs Averaged ount of tax certified ty the; "JijEq . Y(. J: Hopper, Casey counts, sold was $947.50; from this" must be taken the following crop. H. C. Peyton, of Boyle county sold We the magistrates and appraisers.will leave a littla better- - revat- Lbs Average $23.00. the following crop: j bursement for the farmer than the"jB"e2 However, destruction by 'Bronaugh & Son, of Lincoln county 1765 lbs Averaged j vious year. sold. doers is to tne mina oi tne iarme-rsold the following crop: very poor method of disposing pf Tiisn F. McBeath, of Boyle county, sold sheep, and they would rejoice if every. Lbs Average the following crop: "sheep killing dog" in the ,. cotintyj were piven a nut ton ana. Bene to jus Lincoln county, 625 Lbi Avenged iTerrill&Reid,.-o- f reward, ' - -V $24.85 Pew Vulcan Plows at COST. 5v - fee,-whic- 455 still have a few Heaters that we will sell cheap. Sole agents for American Fence. The best and heaviest fence Call and compare with other makes before purchaeing. $20.00 980 $20.00 v. S $19.50 J. R. MOUNT, SON & GO s , -- .ft. Jjf - . . W.-U rfi - V v rs-?- ta this evil, very citizen of the county may render aid in the righting of this wrone and in the manner which we j propose to point out to you; there is now pending'before the National Congress a bill known as the "Sheppard- Kenyon" bill and which is aimed at this very evil, is to prevent the shipment of liquor by one state into a dry territory of another state, and which if enacted into a law, will enable us to look after the enforcement of our own prohibitory laws without the interference by shipment from other states. The bill is as ?'-t-follows:-ABILL. Wo sold several baskets for $40,45 Wardlow-Doelinand $50.00 per hundred Friday. If it is Mies Bertha Wardlow of Paint Lick good it will sell high and if it is" comand Mr. Gibson Dollins of Point Leavell mon it will bring all it is worth. Madison Tobacco warehouse Com- accompanied by a party of their friends drove into Lancaster the 15th and were pany near L & N Depot. made man and wife by Rev. O. P. Bush, the ceremony being performed Robbery At Hyatlsville. at the home of the minister. s. BCS33CS33CS i I fT TheCentralRecoro "To prohibit interstate commerce in intoxicating liquors in certain case. Be it enacted by the senate and house of representatives of the United States of America in congress assembled, That the shipment or transportation in any manner or by any means whatsor ever of any spirituous, vinous, malted, Baked from Good Prices For Garrard County Tobacco. fermented, or other intoxicating liquor . i Jv Mr. Benjamin L. Kelly, Garrard of any kipd, including beer, ale, or county's prize tobacco raiser, marketed wine, from one state, territory, or dishis crop in Lexington last week receiv- trict of the United States, or place And Why Should'nt We? noncontiguous to but subject to juris ing therefor $24.90 on an average; his J4 diction thereof, into any other state, Superintendent Herron of the Water son Webb Kelly, beat him by a hairs territory, or district of the United Works had made a suggestion to the breadth, securing $25.00 all round for States, or place noncontiguous to but City Council, which, without a detailed his crop, this average wi3 not top .subject to the jurisdiction thereof, or investigation, seems to be a very good prices for the Kelly's tobacco, some from any foreign country into any one; it is that the building of the ex- of it brought as high as 43 cent3, and Because you get all the richness of flavor; all the state, territory, or district of the tension of the plant be done by home a crop of 3o00 averaged 3G per pound. nutritious qualities of the wheat Every element for United States, or place noncontiguous people. His idea is that a civil en- These prices are proof conclusive of the making of good flour is retained in A-- l Purity to but subject to the jurisdiction there- gineer be employed to make the survey the Record's contention that proper, That's whj'- it bakes more loaves of better bread than vinous, select the best route, get the grades handling inevitable brings good prices. ( of, which said spirituous, malted, fermented, or other intoxicat- and do all the work which is necessary of. Hundreds of housewives are any flour we know Back To The Old Days ing lipuor is intended, by any person preliminary to the building of the using this flour today because of its certainty to always interested therein, directly or indirect- work, then let a committee appointed The following clipping from the daily H produce only the best results. ly, or in any manner connected with by the Council get prices from the papers show that there is still liviing in the transaction, to be received, pos- various foundries and other manufac- Texas a few survivors of the davs of sessed, or kept, or in any manner used, turers from whom it will be necessary long ago, who believe in the dispensa either in the original package or other- to purchase material, accepting the tion of justice by the offended nnrtv i ' wise, in vioation of any law of such lowest and best bids, when this is all and without delav:- This is the Trade Mark state, territory, or district of the Un- done and the material is ready and on A disimte arose in pnmjniosinnprs Lj ited States, or place noncontiguous to the ground, let the work be done by court to day, during which Judge J. H. fA but subject to the jurisdiction thereof, home people, both the expert work and Knowles,presiding, made an assertion ;& enacted in the exercise of the police the labor. regarding the court's action at a pre ' powers of such state, territory, or dis We know of no reason why this plan vious session Commissioner Ju'e Driv- trict of ths United States, or place should not be followed. Mr. Herron er arose and exclaimed. ti noncontiguous to but subject to the tells us that in making several exten'? "You are a liar .J'idge" prohibit- sions around town, where a much short-e- r jurisdiction thereof, is hereby "This court will stand adjourned" ed; and any and all contracts pertaindistance was involved, this p!a was Judge Knowles announced "until I whip 1" ing to such transactions are hereby followed with success, and we can see the man who has just called me a liar" t declared to be null and void, and no no reason why the same rule should For Jailer. Then Knowles gave Driver a severe suit or action shall be maintained in not apply in the making of the exten- dr.ibbing. The hostilities over, he re-- ? ! We are authorized to announce Jack any court of the United States upon of the system. Surely we can convened court and fined himself for incorporated. Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar any such contract or contracts, or for sion purchase material as cheap as the peo- fighting. j $1.00 a year. rard county, subject to the action of the enforcement or protection of any Issued Weekly. ple who would come here to make this The interrupted court deliberations' the Democratic party. alleged right based upon or growing extension, and thereby save the were resumed. out of such contract or contracts, or GREEN CLAY WALKER. EDrroR. profit; we have as expert We are authorized to announce Dave for the protection in any manner what- workmen in the plumbing and steam-fittin- g Life Saved At Death's Door. Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- soever of such prohibited transactions. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky.. line as can be found anywhere, rara county, subject to the action of Sec. 2. That there shall be no proper"I never felt so near mv crave." Mail Matter. as Second-Glasand as for the labor, all that is needed writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, the Democratic party. ty right in or to any such liquor while could be found here at home. As for Tex., as when a friflitfiil l Member Kentucky Press Association in the possession of any railway com- the installing of the auxiliary pumping lmg troubJe pule( mJ (own tQ 1Qj For Magistrate. pany, express company, or other com- station at the river, the people from j and p0UK(is, in spite of doclor-treatment We. Eighth District Publishers League. are authorized to announce mon carrier in connection with any whom the pumps and other material is for two yeara Mv fath mother and John N. White as a candidate for shipment or transportation thereof in purchased will of course attend to two sisters ditd ot consumption, and Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- violation of this Act." their installation. that I am alive today is due solely to Lancaster, Ky., February 23, 1912. Write to Senator Bradley and to rard county, subject to the action of It appears to us that Mr. Herron 's Dr. King's New Discovery, which comCongressman Helm, urge them to in- suggestion is a good one, and if folthe democratic party. pletely cured me. terest themselves in andvote for the lowed, would result in not only the Now I weigh 187 pounds and have ' Rates For Political Announcements We are authorized to announce Wal- passage of this bill. Do not be satis- employment of home labor, and therebeen well and strong for years." Quid: $ 5:00 ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis- fied with writing yourselves, but get by keeping our money at home, but For Precinct and City Offices safe, sure, its the best remedy-oearth 10. 00 trate in the first district of Garrard your friends to write, and above all also a material saving to the taxpayers For County Offices for coughs, colds, lagrippe. asthma, County, subject to the action of the things, "do it now". In union there in the building of the extension. For State and District Offices .... 15.00 croup, and all throat and lung troubles. 10 democratic party. is strength and if sufficient pressure is For Calls, per line. . 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guarbrought from, every quarter, we may 10 For Cards, per line anteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n reasonably expect the passage of this For all publications in the interH. Estes as a candidate for measure, and with all the splendid reest of individuals or expresin the first district of Garrard sion' of individual views,' per which will necessarily follow its county, subject to the action of the sults 10 line passage. democratic party. 05 Obituaries, per line Almost as great a burden as our taxwe are authorized to announce ation is our burden of Insurance, but Charles C. Becker as a candidate for ANNOUNCEMENTS Magistrate in the second district of we now have some hopes of some reGarrard county, subject to the action lief along this line. On last Friday the Legislature passed a law, which will Fer Commonwealth Attorney. of the democratic party. become effective when it receives the We are authorized to announce Emmet Garrard county, together with all Governor's signature, regulating fire Pnryear as a candidate for Common other counties in the state who have insurance rates in the state. The bill wealth attorney, subject to the action voted dry, are" up against an intricate provides for the appointment by the of. the Democratic party. proposition, that of being the recip- Auditor of two members, who with the ients of all the laws prohibitory en- State Insurance Commissioner shall Far County Judge. acted by the Kentucky legislature, and constitute an Insurance Commission, yet being compelled to sit quietly by and the duties of this commission shall We are authorized to announce Clay- and see an unlimited supply of the be to regulate insurance rates in the ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- "cup that cheers" (?) shipped in from state. The too appointive members ty Judge of Garrard County subject to other states. We have all the laws are to receive $3000. each per year, and that could be desired and that are ne- the Commissioner who comprises one the 'action of the democratic party. cessary to prevent the shipping of liquor of the board shall receive an additional We are authorized to announce into dry territory in so far as the state $1000. per annum for his services. James A. Beazley as a candidate for is concerned, and these laws are being ' It is to be hoped that Lancaster County Judge of Garrard county, sub- rigidly enforced, or at least we believe with her splendid system of water ject to the action of the Democratic they are, for if there has ever been an works, and her exorbitant fire rates, party. infringement in this county it has will receive some favorable consideranever been brought to our attention, tion at the hands of this new Fire Insr Fer Sheriff. Carruthers. and yet with all this, we have almost surance Commission. Hon. John M. &&jr2L-VjSLtt,r-Farra was a member of the committee Mrs. W. A. Carruthers, ne Miss We are authorized to announce C. A. as much liquor here as if these laws were not upon the statute books, and on Fire Insurance which committee Mattie Sherrow, daughter of Sallie Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of favorably reported this bill. Sherrow of Buena Vista; died at her Garrard County, subject to the action the officers of the law are powerless to prevent its coming- - How is this, you home at McBrayer, Ky, Wedneseay of the Democratic party. will ask, why because the laws of the The lower house of the Kentucky morning, Feb, 14,1912; after an illness I We are authorized to announce United States allows the shipment of legislature has passed a bill appro- of a few weeks. Mrs. Carruthers was Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff liquor from an adjoining state into dry priating the sum of $15,000 annually born in Garrard Co; Oct, 21, 1893; on of Garrard county, subject to the ac- territory, and holds that an interference for the promotion and building of June 11, 1911 she was united in martion of the democratic party. with such shipment is a violation of sanitariums for the care and attention riage to Mr. William A. Carruthers of the Inter State Commerce Law, there of tuberculosis patients in Kentucky. Lawrenceburg. In early childhood she .We are authorized to announce W. you have it in a nut shell, you also This is certainly a commendable act, had united with the Mt. Olivet MethoL. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard have the solution of the problem of one that should receive the support of dist church but after her marriage she county, subject to the action of the why you see so much drinking and every member of the Kentucky gener united with the Baptist church of democratic party. drunkeness in a town which is sup- al assembly, whose passage will be of Lawrenceburg of which her husband is posedly dry, a solution of the problem great benefit to the people who have a faithful member. She was loved by For Assessor. of.why when an officer of the .law has been struggling so long and at such a all who knew her for she was kind We are authorized to announce Dave succeeded in breaking up and keeping great disadvantage to stamp out the hearted, quick to forgive and was alC. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor under subjugation the blind tigers in "White Plague" in the state. The ways ready to aid anyone who might Society be in sorrow or discouragement. She of Garrard county subject to the ac- hi own locality, ,is yet compelled to Kentucky. Anti.Tuberclosis cope with the crime of drunkenness. have already done much good along gave evidence of readiness to meet her tion of the democratic party. Under the present state of affairs, Lthis line, and the assistance of the Heavenly Father. We are authorized to announce Mri Lancaster is "dry", that, is so far as state in the matter will prove a stimuThe body was brought to Buena E. B. Ray as a candidate! or the Nomi- the sale of liquor within her confines lus to them to redouble their effort, Vista, Thursday afternoon and interred nation of Assessor of Garrard County, are concerned, but how easy a matter and it is hoped and believed, that in Friday morning in Mt. Olivet ,ceme. subject to the action e democratic it is for anyone, regardless of age, the course of time, with sufficient tery. funeral services were conductcolor, habits or anything else, to sit means at their disposal and he hearty ed by her home pastor, Rev. W. D. party. down and send a few dollars either to of the citizens of the state Moore, sympathy of the entire comWe are authorized to announce J. B. Cincinnati, New Albany, Jeffersons-vill- e that this terrible disease will be held munity is extended to the young- - husCollier as a candidate forihe nominaor any point out of the state, and band and mother in their sad bereavetion for assessor of Garrard county, in return therefor receive a consign- in cnecK it not entirely controlled or ment. banished from the state. subject to the action of the democratic ment of whiskey, and the local officers .Dear husband and mother I know your party. . are powerless to prevent it. If there hearts are breaking with grie. We Got Up Top Advice. But Mattie has gone, try not to We are authorized to announce W. is any doubt in your .mind as to this "My wife, wanted me to take our grieve. L. Huffman, fora candidate; for assess- fact, go out and witness the arrival of almost any train coming into Lancas- boy to the doctor to cure an ugly boil," She has left behind all trouble and care. or of Garrarricounty subject to the ter, and you will see any number of writes D. Frankel, of. Stroud, Okla. For pain and sorrow will not be there; action of the Democratic party. f shipments, wine, beer, whiskey and "I said put Bucklen's Arnica Salve on She has left us and gone from her " what not in the intoxicating line being it" She did so, and it cured the boil suffering and pain. Fw Scfol Sflieriateidatt. unloaded here, for those who are wont in a short time. " Quickest healer of To you it is loss, to her it is gain, We are authorized to announce Miss to "take a little for the stomack's Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Corns, Bruises, Now you have heard the fall of the Jennie Higgins as a candidate for sake." Sprains, Swellings. Best Pile cure on clod. School Superintendent for Garrard There is.no relief from this injustice earth. Try it Only 25c at R. E. You can look up and know she is at s3Ve,- througlT"bur- - national congress, county, subject to the action of-t& Son. home with her God ' ' , youmayi assist in the elimination of Democratic party. V I A. M. S. - V Wants- I Bread A-- l PURITY last Friday night both the depot and store at Hyattsville were enetered bythieves. The miscreants first entered the depot, and evidently finding nothing there to their liking, they took a hatchet which they found there and proceeded to the store of Mr. Henry Arnold a few hundred yards distant, broke a pan el in the rear door and effected an enhance, they then proceeded to make a fire in the store and look for what they desired, finding nothing to their liking they left taking only what money was in the store, eight cents in pennies, and a pair of shoes. Sheriff Ballard was summoned and as a pretty good clew was obtained it is thought the thief or thieves will be behind the bars shortly. On Goosman. I rlii sill M t Mrs. Carrie Goosman, wife of Mr. i H. Goosman, died at her home in Ricn- -' mond Sunday and her remains were tauen to Cincinnati where they were interred in the Spring Grove cemetery Monday. Besides her husband Airs. Goosman is survived by three children, two sons aged 7 and 15 years respec tively and one daughter agod 18 years. Mrs. Goosman is well known in Lancaster having frequently visited Mrs. R. Zimmer at the Kengarlan. Is s On mil & & V&7 WiAaLJj Bros. ! Sell the Best Goods at the lowest prices? Do the best work at the most reasonable 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 -- FLOUR - - s I . Hudson & Hughes. ; 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, j Hardware etc., and get their prices on any work you may want done? ? $ $ BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. . mid-dlema- ns I s ! ?ir-- nmmxm Pill!! 1 t a ciDtC3?CS33CS3X && J Sil All Mag-strat- e, YOUR EASTER SUIT. paKtfOE3WXMJBK3SaB Gentlemen let our experenced cutter take your measore for an 1-- m HDBHiiaBaHHia Easter suit Opening Friday and Saturday, 23, February and 24th, Jas. W. Smith. Did YOU Know THAT "ZWH ACCOUNT WAS DUE -- W fc? need MONEY to MEET my - " . I Shall Expect You To Settle ftt Once - - 4 -- of-th- otherwise you will have to pay the COST J of a SUIT. The above is the LAST H NOTICE that will be given You. . . - H. T. Lo .as", . -- Lancaster, Kentucky. Mc-Robe- he - i-- m N s t TJi 4?:. .. i -- .-. . C f. r CARDS. r. rm m mMcai t Commissioner's Sale Of Land. Gaehahd Circuit Court. W. G. What's In a Name? A Good Deal Sometimes Br E. I.. THOMPSON Copyright by American Press ciation, 1911. Asso- The ejmi1 HOW HE WAS EXECUTED m m iPE-- i Scrap Book I sv Where ' Where U ARE YOU GOING? I am going to the Three Chair Shop to get my Face and Head Changed where you don't have te wait a minute. Richmond Street. m Weeks, VS. Plaintiff, HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. I. A. Congleton and Others, Defendants Persuant to a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court, reudered in the above styled cause at its November Term 1911 the undersigned Commissioner will on MONDAY, FEBRUARY, 2Gth, 1912,5 My maiden name was Alice Beatrice Cholmoudelay. Mj father, bavins lost his estates in Fngland when I was a baby, brought his family to the United States. When he reached here he hii(? netting lei- - but as aristocratic this being county court day, between the Hours of 11 o'ciock A. M. and 12 o'clock noon, sell at public out cry, in tront of the court house door in town of Lancaster, Kentucky to Physician end Surgeon. the highest and best bidder the followthe ing real estate, to wit; All that tract LANCASTER, KY. or parcel of land lying and being in the Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. county of Garrard, state of Kentucky, and bounded as follows: On the west Dy me lanas oi oaivm .maKeman, on the north by the lands of William Stults and Kentucky River, on the south by Kentucky River and on the east by the lands on Z. T. Chrisman LIVERY, and containing one hundred and sixty four (164) acres, more or less, which .SALE was the same conveyed to W. G. Weeks and C. A. Weeks, jointly by Stanford Street. deed of David Grow and wife, dated day of December 1900, and KENTUCKY. the LANCASTER. recorded in Deed Book No. 17. naere of the Garrard County clerks Office over office, and by C. A. Weeks to W. G. Office Hours Weeks by deed dated January 9th. 1902 8 h, m to 13. 1 p. m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store and recorded in Deed Book No 17 page 440, of said clerks office. The purpose 73- - F1. of this sale is to satisfy a debt of Harry C. Welch, the debt and interest to DT5NTIST. date of sale amountingr to Fifteen . K )'. ri.'i Hundred and sixty six dollars and eighty three and one third cents l$1566.83i), also a debt of W. G. Weeks debt and interest to date of sale, amH. ounting to Seventeen Hundred and ninty dollars and sixty six and two thirds cents ($1790-66sand the estimCountvJ ated court cost amounting to one hunphoxk aaa-dred and thirty one dollars and twenty flier over K. G. Hnrt 8 furniture store rive cents ($131.25), for which amounts Kentucky judgment has been rendered in the Lancaster, above styled cause. TERMS:-Sa- id sale will be made on j. credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to with approved security, bearing interest at six per cent per annum from date of sale, a lien retained upor che property sold to secure the payment of the purchase money, and saic oond to have the force and effect of & E W. Morrow, GrmJuate'Opticia judgment upon which execution ma Glauses Utttd. SHtlbfaction Unaranreeu. issue if not paid at maturity. W. M. ELLIOTT, J.W.SWEENEY FEED and STABLE. Walter, l.rtin-Hter- J. TINSLEY. Surveyor 3. ), name. My father's fortune so far improvec1 in America that by the time 1 became n young lady we were enabled to move iu the best society. One evening at a social gathering I met a young Englishman who seemed from the first to take a desperate fancy to me. and I was equally pleased with him. Indeed, it was a ease oMove sight. I didn't distinctly hear the young man's name, but I understood it to be Cummings. He had no sooner left nie than the hostess, who introduced him. came to me and said: "That youiig man is immensely" wealthy, nis grandfather made a fortune in Dsh. but his father has never been in trade, and this one of the third generation is desirous of marrying into an old British family. lie cares nothing about money. It is the name he wants. I noticed that he appeared smitten with you. and if you like him I'm sure it will be the chance of your life. He has the money; you hove the lineage." "I had given. Mr. Cummings permission to call upon me. and he came the very next evening. What was my surprise to hear him say. "Good evening. Miss Chumley: you are looking very well tonight!" "Miss Chumley!" I exclaimed, knitting my brows. at-first give-oon- Oakdale Herd of Registered Ourocs Royal blood and splendid individuality Fall boars and gilts for sale. IV W. H. BROWN, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. John H. Welch, Atty. J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster. Ky I)K. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiiee over Logan's store. 15-- Commissioner' s Sale Of Land. Knox Circuit Court W, M. 1 t. 1. P .. 75. Ollire Plioue 6 E. Mitchell. Admr of the es tate of J. I. Rasnick Plaintiff. Vs Commissioner's Sale. G. Gooch 1-- AU J. PATRICK, Dentist. Work Guaranteed. J. Rasnick, W. &c Paint Lick, Kentucky Defendants, I, J. R. Jones, Master Commissioner. of the Knox Circuit Court under and b virtue of a judgment rendered in the above styjed action on the 1st day ol February 1912, will between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. on the 26TH DAY OF FEBRUARY 1912. M. K. Denny, 4fig DENTIST Office orer Miss Arnold's Millinery. Dr. R. L Pontius, - Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Offllce at Sweeney's Livery Stable. --- Lancaster. " Kentucky OWO0HtO000O0000WIWUUUWOf uui of QUALITY. Ware McRoberts. i Ljjp mmioooochoccoooo&64 J. E. Robinson, LAWYER aid n COUNTY ATTORNEY. Will Practice-iall State Courts anc U. S. District Court. Office over Police Court. Phone 194 ate on the waters of Back Creek in Garrard County Kentucky and being the same land conveyed to W. G. Gooch by J. B. Parks and wife bv deed dated 2nd, day of March 1900 and a deed dat ed 25th day of April 1900 and recorded in the County Court Clerks office of Garrard County in deed book 16 at page 53 and 134 respectively and conveved by J. R. Payne and wife and W. O. Walker and wife by deeds dated 11th day of January 1912 and of record in the Clerks Office aforesaid in deed book 28 at pages 206 and 208 resnectivelv and being the same land conveyed by W. G. Gooch and wife to E. J. Rasnick and others on the 23rd, day of January 1912 and containing about 155 acres and said records are referred to for a more definite description and boundary. Said ianus win De soia as a wnoie. The sum of money to be raised is $12,469.06 with interest at 6 per cent from the 1st day of February 1912 and the cost of this action and such other sum as it will bring. Said sale will be made on a credit of six months from date of same for all the purchase money except for $3969.06 and interest from the 1st day of Feb ruary 1912 and the said $3969.06 will be sold on a credit of one fourth due in one year, one fourth due in two years, and one fourth due in three years, and one fourth due in four years and in terest from the 1st day of February at the Courthouse door in Lancaster in Garrard County Kentucky offer for sale at public outcry to"tho highest" and best bidder a certain tract of land situ- TO THE CUSTOMERS OFTHE Lancaster P ry Cleaning at I Is. W. Co will remain old stand, on public square, for cleaning and pressing ladies and mens garments. Hats cleaned and blocked, shoe repairing. Phone 340. Join the pressing Club $1.50 per month. Pressing and shoes polished. Faulkner, Vlgr. Fruit and Shade Trees tf F. Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, r Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you Writerfor free Catalogue. No Agts Roses, Phlox, Etc. '&.. r m r H.FjHillenmeyer & Sons; , I f- tk-' - Lexington, Kentucky. Then the manager suddenly remembered. "Oh, your grace," he explained, "a box of matches fell into the coffee tank this morning, and I did not think Cholmondelay." it right to waste all the contents of It." The beloved name was a fitting cli"If your grace will come again," max to the offer. I threw myself into, promised Canon Bagot interposing his arms, and we were betrothed. quickly, "I faithfully promise you a He had been undecided about mak- matchless cup of coffee." ing his proposal theu or returning across an ocean to do so; therefor" Lincoln's Legs and Whisky. he had put it off till the last minute. A well known evangelist one day He was to sail at midnight and after called on Abraham Lincoln. After a a dozen kisses sprang away from m. hard day the president was lying entered a taxicnb waiting for him a stretched out on a couch. In the course the door and drove to the steamer. conversation the evangelist said, The first letter I received from hlro of theLincoln, "Mr. it has always seemed a contained a postcript, "I spell my nnme remarkable thing to me that considos you pronounce it." ering the circumstances and conditions I thought that for ! under which you were brought up, you could think of but one pronunciation never acquired the drinking habit" I concluded it must be However. The president smiled and then, liftor something like that for Eng ing up one of his long legs and slowly, llsh people are prone to spell the most ordinary names in the most, singular waving it from side to said, said, way. I hoped It was Comvngs, for M "Heavens, just think of those things tangled up with whisky 1" sounded very aristocratic. My lover returned three months Knew He Was Right. later to-- take me to England as hia , Michael Clancy, who lived In bride. Our wedding cards were printNov.. had returned to that mined "Cummings and Cholmondelay." I 1912. asked about the spelling of his name, ing city after a stay In Sacramento. He was telling his friend Finley about The purchaser will execute bonds but he put me off. We were raan-iewith approved security for the pur- and sailed away to begin a new life lhe place and was expatiating particchase money, and lien will also be re- at least for me. We were received by ularly on the glories of a new hotel tained on the lands to secure the pur- relatives and friends on the steps of building where he had aided construcchase money. my husband's palatial country seat, tion by carrying the hod. Given under my hand this 5th day of pnd the first person who addressed me " 'Tis that big," orated Clancy, "they February 1912. by my married name said: have a place on the roof where they 'Welcome, Mrs. Curmudgeon." play goll'f." J. R. JONES. I fainted. "Man, you're crazy I" broke in Fin-leCommissioner, Knox Circuit County. As soon as I was alone with my hus"How could they do that? 'TIs band I began to reproach him with some other game you're thinkin' av." having deceived me. He said that "Well, 'tis this game they play with when I made the mistake of calling a fish net." him Cummings, considering the store I "That's tinnls." explained Finley.. set. upon a euphonious and aristocratic - "Beloike you're right," condescended name, he simply could not set me right. Clancy. "I nlver played It" However, there is some solace In my "Sure I'm right." declared Finley, being able to have my cards printed with a fine air of superior wisdom. "1 "Mrs. Cholmondelay Curmudgeon." know'd It couldn't be goll'f. for how But they will call we Mrs. Chumley the blazes would they get their horses Curmudgeon in spite of all I can do. up there?" Saturday Evening Post His Legacy. Argentina Tobacco. "Did your rich uncle leave you So rich is Argentine tobacco in nicogood excuses for breakmuch?" "Four tine that most of it is used for the ing his will." Detroit.Free Press. manufacture of insecticides. Her Awful Secret. Hindu "Women. "Yes," said Little Binks, "Miss Payn-te- r The Hindu holy books forbid a wois a handsome woman, but some- man dancing, hear music, wear times wheu I look at her she seems jewels, blacken her eyebrows, eat dainto me like a woman who has a terri- ty food, sit at a window or view herble secret" self in a mirror during the absence of "Are there?" "She has," said Whibley. her husband, and allows him to di"Yes." "I was sure of it," said Little Binks. vorce her if she has no sons, injures - "Well, don't worry- - I don't think you any idea what it isi" Office Phone 31. Residence Phone "Have his .property, scolds him, quarrels with crowded-ou- t Your chance "Yes," said Whibley; "she's forty- - another woman or presumes to eat be you will be is as good as any of them." Philadel- eight years old." Harper's Weekly. j fore he has finished bis meal. I phla Times. .LANCASTER. KY. very-singular, Co-myn- pursue the subject further. My admirer was suddenly called back to England by the serious Ulnes of his mother and was obliged to leave his courtship unfinished or bring it to in abrupt termination. 1 shall not forget women never forget such things how he announced his depar ture, how I looketl sadly down at the carpet and liow, seizing my hand, he poured forth his tale of love. He did not become so familiar as to call me Beatrice. It was always Miss Cholmoudelay, and every time he spoke it I seemed to hear one of the sweetest of the lower tones of. a cello. After telling me" of his love ho wont on with his plan of forming through me that aristocratic association which hi? wealth, supported by mv lineage, would give him. "I shall owe everything to you," he said. "Every door in England will fly open to the name he asked, surprised. "Certainly not. It is Cholmondelay." "Oh! Beg pardon. We always call that name Chumley In England. Choi mondclay is very long, you know." When he had gone I went to my father at once and asked if our name was called Chumley in England. He admitted that it was. He had never said anything about this pronunciation to me since he feared that it might lessen my reverence for the fami'y name. Mr. Cummings called often, and it was evident that his intentions were serious. He seemed anxious to do away with the impression he had made iu calling me Miss Chumley Ho had a One sonorous bass voice and pronounced Cholmoudelay beautifully, rolling the syllables on his tongue like rare old wine. The first time 1 addressed him by his own name, or his name as l hrd heard it. I noticed that he started. 1 asked him if I had made a mistake., whereupon he colored, stammered and finally told me that 1 had pronounce'1 it differently from the usual ptonun ciation, theu turned the s'ibject s" quickly that I had no opportunity t "Didn't I hear your name aright?" By OSCAR COX II! Making Sura. O'Reilly was a henpecked husband, Copyright by Arr.erican Press Assounforgiving even when Mr3. O'Reilly ' ciation. 1911. had been called to the "great beyond." He refused to have anything to do We may dress up a man iu uniwith the funeral or go to the ceme- form. toot a, iiurn. a drum, tery. All of the arrangements were in his ear and he will shoot down looked after by neighbors. When his fellow beings with great zest But they had straightened up the house try to make him kill eveu one of them t!:ey get C'Reilly to consent to 'come is. cold blood, then yctr will see what loo's, over the floral offerings in and a difficult mntter it K' of the friends. Thon they asked him There was once a kirtgdnm not" as. If there was nuything further they big as Monaco. aud that Is small could do before they took their leave. enough In all conscience. Little Sonne-shoStill regarding the floral pieces. was hut (he miles in circumferO'llellly nodded and observed: it was a "Ifyez don't moind yez moight close ence. VetShntidigrnb perfect kingdom, was a real rojul for King thim 'Gates Ajar.' "Everybody's. personage. live feet high. fie reel around the girth and wore a crown If I Can Live. that weighed pretty nearly as much If I can live He had a cabinet, masters To make some pale face brighter and to a himself give of the robes arid hounds and courtiers A second luster to some tear dimmed eye galore. There were 5.000 cominotiers. Or e'en Impart with a number of horses, mules, cats Ono throb of comfort to an aching heart Or cheer some wayworn soul in passing nnd other.auimals-- The general of the army of forty men (mostly effect! vesi by; s was a ter rlbfe 'fellow. with.fierce If I can lend as pointed as bis sword A strong hand to the fallen or defend But the nruiy and the general were The right against a single envious" strain. My life, though bare, both for show, for the kingdom was Perhaps, of much that seemeth dear and under the protection of its neighbor fair To us of earth will not have been hi vain. the emperor of Hollibag. who had been paying it a stated sum ever since the The purest Joy, principal part of the territory had been Most near to heaven, far from eartti's lopped off many centuries before for alloy, Besides, Is bidding cloud give way to sun and the benefit of the empire. shine. the little Sonnehous were the most And 'twill be well peaceful people in the world So ten If on that day of days the angel tell der hearted were they that once when B Of me she did her best for one of thine. a musqulto flew over there from wha Helen Hunt Jackson. Is now Xew Jersey they refrained from killing it. so that H planted all the An Unfinished Job. A patient entered a dentist's office pools with musquitoes. Nevertheless there was once a murthe other day and, after showing a swollen check for admittance to the der committed In the kingdom by a chair, was told that the tooth was man named Hans Gotterman. But "very bad" and that the nervo would that was aa exceptional case, for he need to be remoed. The operation killed his wife, who was a nagger. finished, the stranger placed his bat Perhaps for this extraordinary incitefirmly ou his head. leisurely drew on ment to murder he might have gone his gloves and requested that the scot free had he not been lazy and generally worthless. So he was con account be charged. After he was gone the dentist turned vlcted and sentenced to have his head to a friend who had been In the room chopped off. and said: But hpre arose a difficulty. There "Tom, I don't know that mau. 1 was a royal executioner, but. like the am sorry the operation wasn't suc- general of the army, he was for show cessful." He wore tights, a mask and all that, "But it was successful," returned the constantly carrying an ax on his other, astonished. "The man was feel- shoulder. But the ax was wooden and ing fine when he left here. Why its bearer so tender hearted that when wasn't it a success?" he had fried chicken for breakfast his "I didn't extract all the nerve," re- wife was obliged to cut off its head. sponded the dentist. Philadelphia At u meetiug of the cabinet the Times. matter of Hans Gotterman was discussed, and It was agreed that the What Broke. royal executioner wouldn't do for the George William Curtis was lecturing job at all. So it was decided to send on a stage once when suddenly a a request to the emperor of Hollibag heavy rope somehow broke loose from for the loan of his headsman. Oufor its moorings in the files above and tunately there had been a revolution dropped with a tremendous thud to the Iu the empire, and the royal exei-Mr. Curtis tlouer was so busy cutting off the floor behind the speaker. looked round in mild surprise to see heads of rebels that he could not bwhat had happened, then, turning to spared. the alarmed audience aprain. said with At another meeting of the cabinet i a twinkle In his eye: was decided to offer a hundred pieces "Ah, that must have been the thread of gold to whomsoever would execute of my discourse!" the murderer. The offer was poste.l ttle. HOUSE I CARDS ---- 1 Jl .&&i W -- n 'M m . V jC J W A'-t-- feirriirk. T.TWr.3TWCTr.jRir c fcssasv-- : s. KJR.Bd' mus-tachio- .AV.-- lf f aW4IArKf sSSsg Hfe v 'J BB.15- - a f . -l. - "0"J "?? -- - S4r ' --. 75?s?bZr:&r- - sr.vssaaBSgL? .r-?casvv-ft- ' w .m && . :? s 1'2 . 3 a Have Your Cards Made Early. We are better prepared than ever before. GIVE US A CALL. The LANCASTER, v 1 ulHids INCORPORATED. srs.-yT.Xr-zr RCbUlOi KENTUCKY. -- v - w.t&r n - Sv i s ii s 3 if H3 iii flo Clerical Pun. On one occasion at A thy. where Canon Stavely. the English divine, was then statiou"d. he was visited by the archbishop, whom he Induced to visit a new coffee house which had just been opened in the Interests of temperance. Naturally the distinguished guest was served with a sample cup of coffee. He tasted It. while Canon Bagot and the manager waited in complacent expectancy of commendation. They were disappointed. The 'cup was hardly set aside by the bishop, who ejaculated, with prolouged and A everywhere throughout the Kiupdom and the king aud his cabinet waited for some one to step forward, accept it and put an end to Gotterman. But am unmistakable emphasis: Gold-field- d y. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer -- to-s- ee iio one was willing to kill a mau at the price, and as no other expedient was suggested Gotterman still lived. One day a mosquito bit him and impregnated him with bacteria that caused a terrible fever. The court waited expectantly, thinking the man would die. but he disappointed tbem by getting well, and since It cost considerable to keep him the cabinet decided to let him out on his promise to return when an executioner cou!d be found to behead him. He rather objected to this, but his keeper stopped his food and thus forced compliance. Every few days he would pretend he bad heard that an executioner had arrived and go back to the jail, demanding food ad interim. Thus be got to be an insufferable bore. No one could be found to kill him. be wouldn't die. One day it was reported to the king that fifty coal miners had been buried In a mine. These were citizens the state could not afford to lose. The cabinet ordered a hundred men collected at great expense to dig the mln ers out They dug a month, when one day, hearing a voice, they made their way with pick and shoeI toward the sound. After several days' hard work they broke luto a compartment and there found Gotterman. He said he bad gone into the mine for work, but when asked how he had lived so long without food pointed to fifty empty dinner pails. He had gone into the place where the entombed men had placed their dinners. None of the laborers was ever got out alive. Gotterman alone survived the catastrophe. The king was much Incensed when he heard the story of Gotterman's rescue and renewed his efforts among the neighboring states ror the loan of an executioner, but without success. Then came a written offer from the murderer to'cut his own head off for the promised .reward. The cabinet could not accept it because there was a law of the kingdom against suicide. One day when the cabinet was in council a member presented an offer from a woman who was known to be a frightful shrew to marry Gotterman if she were paid as a dowry the hundred pieces of gold for his execution. The cabinet decided to accept the offer. As soon as Gotterman heard that he must marry the shrew all his courage left him. He bad got rid of one .nagger and dreaded to be tied up with another. A law was passed compelling him to marry the woman, and she talked him to death within a month. Fathers and Sons. Descanting on the changes in life and work brought about by time, a farmer said, "When I was young I used to think my father had na muckle sense, but my sons look on mys'el' as a born eediot" Reminiscences," by Sir Archibald Gelkie. Comforting. "There are lots of fools in the world. r Under the new revenue law, 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 TO-DA- Y. G. T BALLARD j SHERIFF GARRARD COUNTY. THE NATIONAL BANK OF Capital $5.0,000. ' A. R. DENNY, - $Surplus 25;000. . S. President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, a DENNY,. Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes For Rent.' YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey," J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. W. O. Ri&hey Funeral Director a nd Emta liner. ?fej Home Phone'33. Office Phone 18. . Lancaster, Ky L -- K w kf as-- ; .,- ..- . ?r" ":"A - 3"" GENTLE- Lucaster Recepize Heeslt. MEN.: mysteriously. . always warn But nature Let us take Notits the $MxijetScES. if the dSifgjfeealthy your rpeasure sediment, If there arettijpj3 Passages finen,,Jscanty, painful. for your spring It's time toise Doan's ward onfserioujfcliseascs. suit Have ready Doan's have great work . Lancaster. for EastetrrTat-lorin-g E. F. TslterHill St neyer fail to praise ter. Ey.. Doan's KldceyiPilis I have the opening never I jf this remedp out a the Friday and Sat yea&djrjienevor for - NATURE'S WARNING Peejrie Mist Aid A LOVER'S TEST By MARGARET The Yukon Climate. In the Yukon territory the thermometer ranges during at least Ave months a year from zero to 70 below. Reckless Person. riETffi'rli'fimr KTiTrTWX-rrra'- a 7 Kidney ills eigne gpearly See FOR you. KELLY v- - .Copyright by American. Press Asso- -' elation. 19U... . and Kidney Pills. v To done in . Mrs. , Lancas- 4 j saym-v- l f?hen opportunity-- bepn within my back house becomes lameahd painful, a few doses always bring prompt' relief. For some time I Buffered.' from kidney trouble. have- . ' supply The kidney secretions' were unnatural and I knew that my- kidneys were disordered. It.was fortune to hear of Doan's Kidney, Pills and I procured a supply at Frisbie's Drug Store. Through their use my kidneys were restored to a normal condition." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole agents" for the United States. Remember the name Doan's and take no other.. - urday February 23 and 24, 1912, 300 . my'-goo- d Foster-Milbur- 1-- m CAUTKKSVJLLE. Mrs. Tilda Marshbank is improving. Mrs. Anna Hurt is better at this styles of goods in the place to select Special from. cutter in charge. Jas. W. Smith. KI'KNA VISTA ! Mrs. Mary Johnson is critically ill at her daughter Mrs. C. F. Ison. Mrs. George Carter is very low at Virgils Wilds of Mercer county is this writing. spending a few days with relatives Mr Tim Pennington had a v ry fine here. mare to die last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Bennett of Nichol-asvill- e Mrs. MollieRoof was the guest of attended quartely meeting here Mr. and Mrs. Pennigton part of last Saturday. week. Mrs. George Smith of near Lexington We have not had any service at the is the guest of her brother William methodist church since December on Christopher. the account of sickness and death. The body of Mrs. Will Caruthers who The cats must be plentiful as Mr. died in Anderson county was brought five out of one hole Bud Caldwelf-go- t and Mr. Pennington six out of another. here for interment. Mrs C. M. Scott and Mrs. Abbott of Tobacco must be on a boom as there Anderson county were here last week were some parties passed through here to attend the funeral of Mrs. Carruther last week buying up all they could find Hudson & Hughes carry a complete for the Richmond warehouse. stock of all Field Seeds. Get their prices and compare quality. Phone, 26 HAIR HINTS Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Christopher were Wm He Attention Of People Who in Lexington the first of the week to attend the funeral of their cousin Mr. Wish To Preserve The Hair Tom Cook. Have your own brush and comb at Mrs. Chas. Deitrich received a messhome and at .hair dressers. age last week, announcing the death of Never usea brush or comb in public places, they, are usually covered with her youngest brother Tom Cook, who has been in the 'army almost eleven dandruff germs. years. His body was brought to LexWash your- - hair brush once a week with soap and warm water to which is ington for bunal. .. added a disinfectant. Best Stomachs In The World Shampoo the hair once a week with pure soap and water. People who depend upon to Use PARISIAN SAGE every day keep them free from stomach misery rubbing thoroughly into scalp. always have clean stomachs fr from PJUUSIAM CAGE) u guaranteed Dy rermentation. R. E. McRoSexts & Son to destroy danstomach tablets will drive druff germs and abolish dandruff, or out gas sourness and stomach distress money back. in five minutes R: E. McRoberts and To stop hair from falling and scalp Son guarantees them. from itching, or money back. They will absolutely put an end to inTo put life and beauty into dull faded digestion and make the stomach sturdy hair or money back. Price 50 cents. and strong if used as directed. For all stomach ailments and for nerMt. Hebron vousness, loss of appetite, nightmare, dizziness, overeating, drinking, and for all diseases caused by upset stomach. Mumps are raging in this locality. writing. In Constantinople there once lived a young girl whose fallier and mother, dying, had left her a snug fortune. Moreover, her parents being dead. sh was at liberty lo choose u husband for herself. Now. Fatlma that was the" girl's name was very particular About one thing In the man who should he her husband. She wlshefl him to he u brave inau. Superstition at, that, time hung like a pall upon the Turks as well as the Christians. Km I'atiniii was mure enlightened than others and had a contempt for any young man who would be terror stricken at u sup posed apparition. Three lovers sought her hand. To the first she said: "My father last night appeared lo me lu a dream and told me that if I would send am to ihi thought of whom sepuleher In the cemetery where ills body and those of others of our fam' ly lie he would appear lo the suitor and give me to nlni. Go there and receive me from my father, and In the morning return to me. Then 1 will marry you." The young man. whose name was Abdullah, reluctantly accepted the situation and said that he would go to the sepuleher as soon as it was dark and wait for the ghost's appearance. Then Fatlma told the second lover. Ilamld. what she had done, addiup that if he would go to the sepuleher and appear to Abdallnh as a ghost and scare him away she would accept Hamld for her husbaud. Hamld was quite pleased at what he considered an easy way to get a rich wife and agreed to abide by the result of hi? 1 mai-rytu-- High Class Stationery SUCH AS - Miss Wrlnklcy (proverbially ugly) al- most committed a crime to please me. Miss Snapper What! Did he try to Uiss you? And That's No Joke. It is not so long ago that a man Visiting Cards, Announcements, Monogram Paper, Embossed Letter Heads and Envelopes. SEE J a ZMJSZ:. THE CENTRAL RECORD. Ask For Samples. 3SS536o.'SSSSES3: !XjiZ& 0.7.2-5SvC3a5S New Phones. Arnold, Henry Burnett & Elliott "Now, Willie, what on eartli are 310-Burnside, Robt crying that way for?" Burton, R. I. "Boohoo! My teeth stepped on my 392-161 Conn Bros. tongue!" 337-- H I iggst.- . ' , ? asS&ajfcg Store. Office Res. Res. you 6 A H 357-- Q Cotton, C. S. Hardware. Res. Res. Res. Res. Knew His Machine. 378-- J 220 174-- B MI-O-N- MI-O-N- A Mr. Harrison Preston had a horse to die last waek. BUCKKfE. Miss Lizzie Hicks who has been sick Mrs. Mary Clquse of Stone visited is improving. Mr. D. Lemay is . erecting a new friends here last week. Mr. Tom Brown of Indiana has been house on his farm near here. visiting his brothers Messrs. John and Quite a number from this section have recently joined the Farmers Un- Lee Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Porter Wearen and ion at Bourne. children, spent Wednesday with her Miss Lavina Montgomery who has been quite sick for some time is not so Father. Mr. Willie Ray. well at this writing, Miss Lula Crutchfield of Nicholasville, Mesdame Will and Edd Grow, spent and Miss Fannie Askins of Wilmore a part of last week with Mr, and Mrs. are guests of Mrs Hiram Ray. W. N. Grow near Loyd. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Raney and Mr, and Mrs. George Ray spent Sunday Mrs. Thomas Lemay and daughter of Jessamine were with Mr. and Mrs. with Mr. Hiram Ray and family. D, Lemay Thursday night. Miss Stella Ford Ray and Lizzie have been guests of Mrs Henry Mrs. H. R. Montgomery and childArnold at Hyattsville quite recently. ren spent a .part of last week with her mother, Mrs. M. A. Sanders. Hudson & Hughes carry a complete Hudson & Hughes carry a complete stock of all .Field Seeds. Get their stock of all Field Seeds. Get their prices and compare quality. Phone 26. prices and compare quality. Phone 26. Miss Katie Mae Dickerson made a short visit to her sisters at the RichThe famify of Mr. Willard of moved last week to their farm mond Normal School the latter part of the week. purchase farm Mr. B. F. Patton. Mr Irvin Dean spent from Wednesday until Saturday with his sister, Mrs. Dillard Brumfield at Lexington. Gal-lega- r, Bry-antsvil- le Away foes Pnples, Blackheads, Ecezna, AM Other Skk Af ectiis. Duirtf WHEN ZEMQ AND ZEMO SOAP ARE 4 '. USED. The McRoberig; rDrug Store says, W are so confident that ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP used together will rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown person of PIMPLES, BLACKHEAD, ECZEMA, DANDRUFF, INSECT BITES or any form of itching, irritated, disfiguring skin or scalp trouble, that we do not hesitate to recommend these clean refined remedies to every person who desires quijklief and a cure from any form of lfravated skin or scalp affection. Oftentimes one bottle and. one cake of soap will cure a minor case of skin trouble. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP produce Bure and swift 'results. You will not suffer another day after you commence to use them. You will feel like a new ITCH! ITCH! ITCH! lef rub and scratchier XlVfeel. as Kc. you could almost alle.Purn,ne skin trom your body it seems as If you could no .?mratch 2n1 rul whim." "It is not a whim; it is a test." "Very well, test these other men. 1 have no mind to enter such an absurd competition." He turned on his heel and left her She was very much disappointed. She had given her word to the other two to marry the one who should fulfill the conditions, relying on BIsmillah. whom sbo hncw to be brave and free from superstitions, to occupy the sepuleher and thus win her. His refusal upset all her plans and would give her a husband she did not wish to marry. She lay awake all night bemoaning the miscarriage of her plan and thinking bow foolish she bad beeu to undertake it She knew BIsmillah would not fear to remain all night in any uncanny place, and she respected him for uot being willing to win her In such fashion. Besides, his indifference ouly made her more anxious to have him for her husband. She fretted over the matter till just before dawn, when she determined to go herself and try to frighten away the suitors she did not wish to marry. Dressing herself, she wound a sheet about her and hurried to the cemetery. Approaching the sepuleher ot her ancestors, she heard a sound and stopped to listen. Could it be a snore? Surely It was a snore. One of the men she had sent there had got rid of the other, gone into the sepuleher and fallen asleep. All now depended on Fatima's frightening away the man in the sepuleher. The moon bad risen, and there was light enough from this and the coming of dawn for her to be distinctly seen, though it was too dark for her to see the man lu the sepuleher. Standing before the door, which was open, she gave a shriek. There was a sound as of some one turning, the creaking of some sort of a bed, and a voice came: "Go away from here and cease to disturb my slumber." "Leave this abode of the dead," said Fatlma in a" sepulchral voice, "or 1 will drag you with me to Tartarus." "That would please me greatly," replied the voice inside. "By coming here 1 have put myself lu au unpleasant position. A girl told me that if 1 would occupy this place till morning she would marry me. I refused; theu, lest she should think me cowardly, I came. I brought my bed with me and drove away two fools I fouud here. Now 1 suppose I shall have to marry this girl. I would prefer going with you to Tartarus." There was silence for a few mo ments, then Fatlma gave a sob. then a laugh, and BIsmillah, who knew from the first she. sprang from tbfr cot he occupied, look her In his arms and checked her sobs and her laughter with kisses. Then, taking up his bed, he carried it, walking home beside her. There wasn't any trouble nlwut her choosing a lover.after that. The two other suitors took a back seat, and BIsmillah occuped the only front one it-w- as The third suitor. BIsmillah. was au 199 Farmer's Union Store. Independent fellow, and Fatima prefer 393-Gosney, N. J. Res. red him to either of the others. She 5 Hurt & Anderson. Furniture. told him of the arraugement she had 165 Hurt F. G. Res. made with them and said that she J87-Kurtz H. M. Res. would also give him a chance for her 3S7-Locker B. Res. hand. Whoever of the three was found 239 Long J. P. Re3. in the sepuleher in the morning she 186 Lan. Tobocco Ware House. would marry. 39 Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. "Nonsense!" replied BIsmillah. "I'm not golug to make a guy of myselt by 21 Logan H. T. Res. sleeping In a tomb." 323 Moore Henry Res. "Oh, I thought you loved me." re339-Mahan J. Q. Res. plied Fatlma. 363-Mahan J. W. Res. "So 1 do. but not well enough to risk Magistrate (to chauffeur) Why didn't 374-- S Morgan G. A. Res. my life by remaining all night in a J83-McMillan Lige Res. cold sepuleher. What good would it di you slow up when you had run over 392-the man? ?Jontgomery Dr. Office. me to win a wife and dleV" "What for?" 202 Perkms E. W. Res. "It Is wry plain." said Katima, "that "To see if he was hurt." J63-Pope & Vaughn. you do not love me." Res. "I knew he was." JO0-"1 don't call love giving way to a Pierce Joe. Store. G A K Q effort. Center, Walter, Elliott, Dr. W. M. Fox, J. C. The Handy Heater Perfection You often need some heat in early Fall, when you have not yet started the furnace. !n whatever part of the house you want it, you can get it best and quickest with a Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater. The Perfection is the most reliable heater on the market, and you can move it wherever you please. Start it in bedroom or tathiccm, you drm in comfort on die' coUot Take it to the dining-rooand eaily brrLfsjt becomes a pleasafit, morning. all is sr.u, for the evening. co:ey meal. A touch ci a match at dusk, The Perfection Smokeless Oil Heater is beauntully finished an ornarnest Drums cf plain steel or enamelled in blue; nickel trimmings. anywhere. A special automatic device makes smoking impossible. Burner body eanaot becosc wedged. All parts easily cleaned. Damper top. Cool handle. Dealers ercrrwhere ; or v.rite fcr cVscnptive circular to any itncv of tha "g &"& at : S B U G U 384-- A Didn't Want to Add to His Misery. Rankin T. C. 383-- U 354-- B 329-- M Rankin James Rainey J. T. Ray Mrs. Eliza i64 Rose G. C. 379-Rose Dr. B. C. 32 Riley J. L. 35 Robinson Mrs. J. C. 30 Ross & Whitlock. 100-Schooler Roy. H Res. Res. Res. Res. Res. Res. .Res. Res. ad Meats. Res. H Turner & Carpenter. 385-Turner Joe 338-Walker Kemp. 192 Walker Alex. 36 Walker & Herndon. 213 H Q Store. Res. Res. Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) K4-; Res. Livery. Res. Res. Res. 41 Wherritt W. H. Departing Guest (to cashier; You've made a mistake hi my bill. It should be $13 instead of $14. "All right, sir. I thought maybe you might be superstitious." Corroborative Testimony. 38 Zanone Miss Margaret. 397 Bishop Miss Fannie. 360 Dr. R. L. Pontius. TOO MUCH LOVE Too much love for fun, frolic and y .ich fcod causes stomach, liver, and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten year?, a miserable sufferer with the above roubles, and PJIEUMATISM for ears, was cured in one week. Tc prove our remedy, while they last, regular size bottles only 25c at kid-ae- A j Rnartsrt had The negro hackman Veterinay. driven Bastin Telephone Company Incorporated. When they reached the village hotel one of the party" asked the negro If they couldn't send him out a drink. "No. snh Ah don't drink. Ifi agin man principalities." Torteed For 15 Years. Have You Tried Black Star by a cure-defyi- ng Stormes Drug Store. COAL? If not, you're loosing a lot of COAL SATISFACTION. Mrs. DIplo My husband-and dispute before our children. When trouble comes up we send them out. Kind Neighbor Oh. that's why I see them on the streets so often. I never TON Better order a at once from 1 H. C. BAILEY. baffled doctors, and resisted all remedies he tried, John W. Modders, of Mcddersville, Mich., seemed doomed. He had to sell his farm and give up work. His neighbors said, "he can't live much longer." "What I ate 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 surely a grand remedy for stomach" trouble." Just as good for the liver and kidneys. Every bottle guaranteed.. Only 50c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. m stomach trouble that ,1-- t Women! If weak, you need Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is made from gentle herbs, acts in a natural manner, and has no bad results, as some of the strong drugs sometimes used. As a medicine a tonic for weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, Cardui has been a popular success for over 50 years. Administrator's Sale. As Administrator of the estate of the late Alex Gibbs, I will on THURSDAY, MARCH 14TH, 1912 10 o'clock a. m. at the Gibbs on the Kirksville rH WINTER TOURIST TICKETS TO . AND ALL SOUTHER? OrV SALE DA1L.Y RESORTS DINING CARS VIA "I ALL EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY SERVING ALL MEALS A LA CARTE I B57 The Woman's Tonic 9 Dyed v $ j the Interned n2thInS e,so can- - A recognized specific .Eczema, Psoriasis, Salt nthoi- - nirin t.n..ioI we can give you a full size battle Sfnnhe 5eEJ,I5!B D- - D- - D- - remedy for ?P.S.an1 ', Sh?ver7. flrst bottle lls person will not cost you a ' cent. ZEMgf and ZEMO SOAP can be We also can give you a sample botone leading druggest in tle for 25 cents. Why suffer another everysiity or town in America and in flay when you can get D. JX D.? Xanaieter. By McRoberts Drug Store. ' R E. McRoberts & Son i rnrte!UTrhVHV.n,e lastamiy! a simple external wash ?; D; D and heals those terrible nights of sleepless aeony. Then a few drops of D. D. D.. tho fa,mous Eczema Specific and. Oh! Com! ndiure these endless v days of will retain their color longer than skins which have not been ed. , Dyed furs Furs. I DAY BY DAY. Finish every day and be done with it. You have done what you could. Some blunders and absurdities crept in. Forget them. Tomorrow is a new day. You shall begin it well and serenely and with too high a 'spirit to be incumbered with your old nonsense. iwnS3Ss ii! or-an- v Mrs. Lula Walden, of Gramlin, S. C, followed this advice. Read her letter: "I was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you ijeed. farm of S. L. pike, three miles from Hyattsville and six miles from Lancaster, sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, the following described stock and property. One horse mule, 3 mare mules, 2 good mule colts, 1 three year old gelding by Judge Parker, 1 brood mare in foal to Jack, 1 aged saddle mare, 1 aged brood mare. One good new wagon, a good new runabout and harness .and an old one, all the farming implements, etc used on his farm. One-hainterest in 2 stacks of hay in the field and a lot of hay in the barn. Also interest in about 300 barrels of corn and one half interest in 2 stacks of oats. TERMS:-A1- 1 sums of $10.00 and under, cash in hand, over that amount, the terms will be made' known on the date of sale. lf two-thir- d at LIGHTED GOOD RETURN A FOR FULL PARTICULARS. N6JJN7.L on VrETTE MAY 31, 1912. CALL OH Arf TICKET AGEHT. QQEIH&CaESCEUT ROUTE, IL C IONG, Passcneer and TIckst Agent, 101 E. Slain w St, LEXIXQTON, KY. rvi.--'v.'Ks- M We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE 1 Office at National Bank. S. L. GIBBS, Admr. For Sale Privately subject to division. acres of land j I BEAZLEY & OOLL,IER Phone or call on us at "the National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. i k. t A M SSml. v .. v: . "VJ -- - 1 I'- - ' tJ IV J -. s . i -- -' A'-i---T j VaEEJaU V ky A A 'iMBMMiPiliiWiirfallPMWBBBWIWM Array Of New! BrightMM1" AND Ready-Mad- e '- a -- "' i-i- D' taUOUttf MMUuOf Itt&jaB' ' ( ( Snappy styles in O Suits and Skirts. Biggest Bargain Ever. Where Quality Reigns. Gossip Aboiv People nn- d The Joseph Mercantile Company. O X Our New Spring Line of Oxfords and Pumps are now being shown. See our extensive showing of White Buck Skin and Canvas Effect. Watch the values offered by the only Exclusive Ladies store in Lancaster. - big value in all Wool Serge Skirts both in Black and Blue, also in Fancies at $5.00 . "?S7m JL I ( Style Leaders. Circuit Court f I 3fr m-- f , has not been absent from her place as They will hold a consultation regard- New Store To Open leader during the six years she has ing his case. ' - filled the office, even when the therom The Hemphill building on the north Miss Callie Adams entertained Sat- east corner of the public square is beeter stood as low as 20 degrees below urday afternoon at a "Rook Party" ing thoroughly overhauled and remodel. zero for her attractive visitar Miss Lee ed, preparatory to the occupancy of maa6BKxw-r- t Mr J. E. Stormes was in Lexington Prather of Richmond, The color Mr. William Dickerson, who when it is for a short stay. scheme green was carried out in the completed will open up a line of dry A Brief Mention of the Comings vf" Goings Ly Those Wi Are Intercsfci? ' Mr. Mr. W. B. Burton was in Lebantn decorations and in the dainty luncheon goods, notions and "groceries. served. Dickerson has heretofore engaged in iaaccirsffn'the first part of this week. Mr. L B. BeazleyT of San Angelo business in the county and has a host Judge R. A. Burnside was in FrankMiss Ella Henry is at home after a has been spending a few days with his . of friends who will patronize his new fort Monday on special business. visit to Richmond. sidter, Mrs John S. Baughman. Mr. business. He is a brother of our towns Mrs. J. M. Elliott is at home from a Beazley is now the sole propiietor of man, Mr. J. E. Dickerson, and is a Miss Mary D McRoberts was a visvisit to her daughter in Lexington. the large steam laundry in San Angel-l- splendid business man and elegant genitor here last week. established several years ago. The tleman. Miss Annie Herndon has returned H. B. Nothcott is in New York on business has grown to large proportions from a six weeks stay in Louisville. business this week. anl his Danville friends will be delightMiss Nora O'Hearn was called to ed to know that Branham is making J. Milton Elliott of Lexington is visi- Louibville by the illness of her sister. money hand over fist. Danville Mesting Dr. and Mrs. Elliott Miss Mabel Mason was in Richmond senger. Mrs. M. D. Hughes is convalesing Saturday and Sunday wiih her patents. after quite a siege of illness. Mr. W. II. Ward is very sick from Miss Susie Bras hear has been in blood poison. His condition is more Mr. and Mrs. George White have Cynthiana for a short stay with rela- favorable than it was a few days ago been visiting in Lincoln county. tives. but he is not out of danger Rev. 0, P. Bush was in Winchester Mr W. Lee E'kin of Louisville has for a recent visit to his parents. Washington's Birthdoy. been the guest of his aunt, Mrs J. S. R. H. Batson is in Louisville visiti ig Yesterday the 22d, George WashingJohnson. Judge and Mrs. Homer W. Batson. ton's birthday; the banks were closed, Mr and Mrs E. B. Campbell of Stan-for- J Miss Nannie Anderson is in Louisvil'f were recent guest of Mr and Mrs the posteffice observed holiday hours to inspect new ideas in spring milliner and service was suspended on the ruWm. Ball. ral routes. Mrs. Ed. Price and Miss Tommif Hon Jack Greenleaf and Harvey Francis were recent visitors in Danville Chenault of Richmond were in town Jim Helps Good Cause Along. Charles Thompson of Missouri is here Tuesday. Jim Hamilton, of Lancaster, came Mr. and Mrs George Robinson of over and watched the election awhile visiting his mother Mrs. Allie ThompDanville are with Mrs. Rebecca West Saturday and warned away several son. and family. floaters who had come over from GarMr. Thomas Burnett of Lexington is visiting his brother Dr. Wm. Burnett , Mrs James Staughton of Covingto" rard hoping to get something for a is visiting her mother, Mrs H. A. B vote. Interior Journal. e. Mrs. E. L. Owsley left this week for Marksbury. Candidate For Jailer. a visit to friends in Nicholasville and Mr. Arthur Joseph leaves Friday The announcment of Mr. David Ross morning for New York to buy more Lexington. as a candidate for the nomination of Miss Zella Cowan of Somerset has spring goods. Jailor will delight a large circle of been visiting Mrs. R. M. Robinson of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Higgins of friends. "Uncle Dave" as he is famLincoln have been recent guests of Marksbury. iliarly known to every voter in the county is a true and loyal friend, and Mis. F. C. Weick, rf Nicholasville, Miss Jennie Higgins. Miss Jane Doty is at home after a is known as one of the best democraKy. has been visiting her sister, Mrs. pleasant visit to Misses Mary and Mar- tic workers in the county. He will Clayton Arnold. Richmond. have an enthusiastic following who Mesdames John and Jesse Lynn of garet Miller of M. tobacco buyer at will work for him until the polls close Mr. Johnnie Glenn, Stanford were guests of Mrs. John one of the Richmond warehouses spent on the first Saturday in August, 1913. Mount last week. Sunday in Lancaster. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird and daughter last Frank Kennedy Suicide In Richmond. Miss Mamie Ramsey and niece Miss Marguerite have returned from a short Lapcaster friends and relatives were Arnold Ramsey of Stanford have been stay in Cincinnati. shocked Sunday morning to receive the Miss Grace Helen Patterson returned visiting Garrard relatives. sad information of the suicide in RichMonday to Williamsburg Institute after Misses Joan and Margaret Mount left mond of Frank the oldest son of Mr. Monday for Covington Ky, where they and Mrs. Joseph H. Kennedy of that a visit to home folks. will visit for a few weeks. city. The young man had been in a Miss Lee Prather and Willis Kennedy Miss Minnie Johnson ha3 entered the despondent mood for several days and of Richmond have been Miss Callie Normal sehool at Richmond for the re- had often warned his parents that Adams recent guests. when he was in that mood it would be school term. Mr.. George Miller Lusk left Satur-d- mainder of the well to watch him as he was liable to Another Successful Garrard County Boy. Mrs. Brent Metcalf has returned to to for a visit to her sister Mrs. R. E. do himself harm. Sunday morning her home in Ohio after a visit to her he entered the room where his Huhcs of Louisville. father Among the many men who have Judge R. A. Burnside. Mis? Elsie Morrow spent several days father was shaving and remarked that he gone into the world from Garrard Misses Martha and Helen Gill leave was going to kill himself, arid before county to seek fame and fortune, and the past week with her cousins Misses today (Friday) for a visit to Miss the old gentleman could interfere he who have been successful in their efAddie and Carrie Arnold. Corinne Murray of Cincinnati. plunged a dagger three times into his forts is John R. Bradshaw of Decatur, Mrs. T. J. Price left Tuesday for a 111. Air. Bradshaw is a son of Mr. and Elder F. M. Tinder entertained his breast. The young man about 26 years stay of two weeks with Judge and Mrs. of age. He has two aunts, Mrs. J. A. Mrs. T. W. Bradshaw of the McCreary Sunday school class at the home of M. HMabry of Tallahassee Fla. Arnold and Mrs. J. P. Doty, besides vicinity. He is an auctioneer by proMisses Fannie and Bettie West. "Mesdames Banks Hudson and Alexother relatives in this county. His fession and stands out preeminently Mrs. James B. Paxton of Stanford remains were placed at rest in the ander Kennady of Danville were guests the long list of famous auctionwas with her mother Mrs. Alex Rob- Richmond cemetery at 3 o'clock Mon- eers throughout the United States. of Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis. inson the latter part of the week. The following clipping from the Decaday afternoon. Mesdames Logan Woods and Guy tur Daily Herald, which was accomMrs. Annie Adams left Tuesday for entertained Hunley of Danville were home of Mrs. John M. Louisville where she will accept a Mr. Williams Enthuses Oklahoma Audi- panied by a splendid likeness of Mr. Friday at the Bradshaw, will serve to show in what position in one of the wholesale milMount. ence. high esteem both he and his services linery hojses. Mesdames Wm. Jones and RichardA recent issue of the Tulsa (Okla) are held in the thriving Illinois town of son have returned to their homes in Col. Ike Dunn and Mr. Lanier of Daily World gives an account of an en- his adoption: Winchester and Lexington after a short Danville were in Lancaster Tuesday thusiastic meeting, given in the form The Rhodes farm of seventy acres Btay with their sisters Mesdames Col- and said that tobacco is higher this of a "smoker" which was to celebrate located one mile north of Monticello, lier and Robinson. QfA TU nng onl1 ntweek than ever before. the securing of several new industrial iiii nroo iiuiu Ob nnnliAn Tinl u&u, wjr ubiuii x c&s. The many friends of Mrs. N Miller John R. Bradshaw of Decatur, 111., for Judge Lewis L. Walker, Mrs. Walk- enterprizes for that live town. After will regret to learn that she is sufferer and "Miss Nancy are expected home speeches by several of the officers of the $400 per acre. The farm was purchasing with a severe attact of stomach in a few days after 'a trip to Atlanta Commercial Club, Mr. W. I. Williams, ed by Chas. Boat? of Oklahoma who will occupy the same for a home. The trouble and has been confined to her Ga.. points in Florida and Cuba.1 former townsmen, made jV. ourwhich the World had the an address improvements consist of an old style bed-foseveral weeks. following of brick house that Jias been built over The Woman's Club met Wednesday to say:- Editor Green Clay Walker, of the afternoon with Mrs. J. L. Riley as "The program was a splendid one. forty years. The realizing of such Lancaster Record, was here last route home from Harrodsburg. leader. The subject discussed was Judge W. I. Williams, in a masterful prices for farm land at public sale is G. Whitter and other Abolei-tio- n address on "George Washington" cap- a demonstration of the fact, that land Mr. Walker report business booming John writers. tivated his hearers, and with a magni- properly handled by the right kind of with bis good paper. Danville MessenMisses Bet and Al Anderson were ficent display of oratory, rhetoric and auction methods will bring more ger. knowledge of history, greatly pleased money than same can be sold for at Editor Green Clay Walker, of the hostesses for the Bridge Club Thurs- the throng- - He was loudly cheered at private sale. A large and .euthusiastic day' afternoon; An enjoyable feature Lancaster Record and County Attorcrowd attended the sale. Real estate the conclusion of his speech." ney J. E. Robinson of Garrard, were of the meeting was the appetising i In the old days of the west it was dealers, lawyers and business men luncheon served. here mingling with the courtday crowd customary when the whites treated turned out in large numbers to hear Little Elizabeth Johnston Walker en- with the indians to smoke the pipe of Col. Bradshaw, who has a national Monday. Mr Robinson is expected to announce his candidacy for Commo- tertained "with a valentine birthday peace, these gatherings were termed reputation as an auctioneer. "He's a nwealth's Attorney very soon. He has party Thuasday the guests of honor "pow wows", the "smoker" given as cracker jack, he's an artist in his line, Tnanywarm friends Jin Lincoln Inter- were Miss Virginia Pearl Walker and aoove mentioned we suppose was a he's"the best I ever heard, he's an aucMiss Willie Bell Hoover. ior Journal, modern pow wow. We know that Mr. tioneer evangelist, he's in a class by Mr. Baker Walker left Tuesday for Williams does not smoke but he is sure- himself,' were few of the many reMiss Addie Arnold efficient SuperinCincinnati where he was summoned by ly long on the pow wow, and it thg us- marks made by the professional men tendent of the Sunday school at Hie Christian Pleasant Grove church has a a number of noted specialists who are ual custom too of his hearers to sit up when commenting on th'e proficiency with .which thesale was conducted." remarkable career to her credit. She there attending a medical convention. and take notice when he is talking. o, and-wif- Lent began Wednesday. We broke the State record this week in prices. You tobacco friends helped Attention Fanners. us do it and we certainly thank you. Come again. Mr. J. Wade Walker requests that Madison Tobacco Warehouse Com- the farmers of the county meet at the pany near L & A Depot. county court room at the court house in Lancaster at one o'clock 'next MonIt Is Badly Needed. day afternoon, county court day, for The citizens of the county residing the purpose of selecting delegates to north of Back Creek in the Hackley and Nina neighborhood are endeavoring to raise sufficient funds to bridge Back Creek on the Kirksville pike at "John's Bottom". This is something that is certainly needed, and every citizen of that locality should give as much as they feel able in order that enough may be raised to justify the asking the Fiscal Court to supplement the amount with sufficient funds to build the bridge The Creek at this point often gets past fording, and in the winter ice bound, which prevents traffic and causes great inconvenience to the people who are compelled to cross it. Mark Papers Sent Us, Please. 27-2- Ii Lincals. DON'T MISS THIS. A chance to have your measure taken by an experienced that cutter, repres enting the L. E. Hays Company Tailoring CinOhio, cinnati 300 styles of It goods in the piece from. to select Opening We frequently receive papers containing some article which it is desired we should either clip or make comment. To insure the publication of such articles, kindly mark the article which you desire to call our attention. When yon take into consideration the fact that we have several hundred exchrnges to peruse, we can hardly be expected to find every article which should be made mention of, unless the article be marked, especially when the paper comes from a distauce. is not necessary for you to write out the article you wish published, we will do that, merely call our attention to the facts by marking the article which you wish mentioned. Look To Your Laurels. The Lincoln circuit court convened Monday morning with Judge Chas. A. Hardin on the bench. He delivered a very strong and impressive charge to the grand jury and instructed them to break up the "blind tigers." The people of Lincoln can be assured that Lincoln county can be as attend the State Farmers Institute free from blind tigers as Garrard which convenes in Frankfort on Feb. with officers like Judge Hardin at the 8 and 29th. helm. Judge Hardin will open court in LanBetter Come Back Home. caster Monday March 4th. The docket Mr. J. H. Holley Easley, who but is larger than usual and the prospects recently sold his fa.m in this county are for a busy term. and purchased and removed to Jessamine, has sold his Jessamine county Double Wedding. farm of 225 acres for $100 per acre, and At the home of Rev. F. M. Tinder at report says, will remove to either Danville or Harrodsburg. Better come on 3:30 o'clock Wednesday afternoon that two popular back to Garrard Holley, where you gentleman officiating, Garrard county couples were made man may be satisfied. and wife. The contracting parties were Mr. Prewitt Thompson, son of W. C. T. U. Convention. Mr. J. J. Thompson of the Preachers-vill- e The District Convention will convene vicinity, and Miss Eliza Palmer in Lancaster May 2 the winsome daughter of Mr. and Mrs. On the evening of the 1st, an adJ. W. Palmer of Point Leavell, and Mr. dress by an attractive speaker. All Claud r. Archer, son of Mr. Sampson day meeting on the 2nd, with lunch at who lives near Lancaster on the noon. Mrs. Beanchamp will lecture on Lexington pike and Miss Gertrude the evening of the 2nd, Merryman the attractive daughter of Let us make this meeting a temper- Mr. John Merryman of Point Leavell. ance rally. The happy young people have the con- Amanda Anderson Cor, Sec. j gratulations of the Record. tem-perence 1-- Ar-he- Republicans Choose Candidate. Leading republicans of the Eighth r Friday and Saturday February 23 and 24 1912. Let us measure you for your Easter suit. Jas W. Smith. aj We wish to give fair warning to the contemporaries of Jhe Somerset Times that they now have a foeman worthy of their steel, in Ed. Walton they will find a newsgatherer from 'way back, and in his mad chase for advertisement he never overlooks a news item, not even a personal, we remember when his face was as familliar at the Stanford depot as the train itself, and every passenger on those trains which passed Stanford with whom Ed. was acquainted, found their names in the Interior Journal. Away down in our hearts we have long cherished a belief, a belief never expressed, that there was room for a hustling newspaper man in Somerset, and now that the hustler has located there, we think it is but justice to the old timers in that city to notify them to wake up. for Ed will surely make em hustle. Preparing For Another Crop. dates for delegates to represent the that averaged over $18.00. eighth district at the National ConMadison Tobacco Warehouse Com- vention. Mr. W. T. West of the pany near L & A Depot Taft "steering committee", a ttended the meeting as a representative from For Sale. from Lancaster. Cottage house on Richmond street, Apply to, W- - J' Romans State Farmers Institute. Congressioeal District who are favorable to the candidacy of President V. Taft for the nomination to succeed Ball & Holtzclaw the place for nails, himself gathered in Danville Tuesday night to discuss the outlook and to collar pads, etc. choose their candidates for delegates See Ball & Holtzclaw for Pratt's from the district. The " general opin- Poultry and Animal regulator. ion was that while there was consider Fresh Stock of groceries at rock botable Roosevelt feeling in the district, yet things looked pretty good for tom prices. D. White Marsee. President Tuft, and no opposition is Everybody invited to hear Wm. M. looked for in this district. CommoMartin at the court house Monday nwealth's Attorney George D. Florence 1 It of Stanford and Mr. C. C. Wallace of afternoon at o'clock. Richmond'were named as the candiWe sold last week fiye or six crops YODUFINDITINTHirCOLUMN, D " ng m Garrard county farmers are already looking forward to next years tobacco crop, some beds have already been burned, and with the advent of fair weather the entire county will be busy with the burning of beds and active preparation for the 1912 crop. The countyjupon the whole realized good prices for their tobacco this year, and this was due chiefly to the conservatism exercised in the raising of it, there was absolutely no housaburn, which shows conclusively that no man attempted to raise more than he could conveniently handle, and no one attempted to put ten acres in a six acre barn, consequently the crop was properly handled and a better color was secured, and color was what counted r eve-ning- en -- -- this year. Now with the raising of the 1912 crop do not allow the prices realized for the 1911 crop to be an incentive to you to "bite off more than you can chaw", adopt the same plan as last year, look more to quality than quantity, and the result will be equally as gratifying as it has been with the crop just marketed. In preparing for the coming crop, weigh well the possibilities of securing labor to care for it, look carefully to the amount of barn room at your disposal, and when every thing has been "fccen into considera tion, then in view of all circumstances, prepare for just somany acres as you can conveniently and properly handle', and when the time to market comes, you will find that your increased quality will far overbalance the lack of The State Farmers Institute which assembles in Frankfort this month offers a splendid opportunity at small cost for the farmers of the state to get in touch with the agricultural interests of the state, to hear the views of the very best up to date farmers of the state, and if you feel so disposed, to give voice to your own views. The following call has been issued by Sec retary of Agriculture, J. W. Newman-T,The Farmers Of Kentucky:- You are hereby notified that the State Farmers Institute as provided for by law is called to assemble at Frankfort, Feb. 27h, 28, and 29th. All delegates will be duly notified through this office but this not'ee is sent to the public in order that all farmers, irrespective of whether delegates or not, are cordially invited and will be accorded the privileges of the fioor and are in fact urged to be present at this meeting, as it is understood by your Commissioner, the law does not contemplate thatjust one person from each county should attend this meeting, but that all persons interested in the development of the agricultural resources of the State who desire to attend should be given the opportunity and the invitation to come to this meeting. Women are especially invited and Feb. 28th will be in great measure, "Ladies Day." Some of the best lecturers on "Household Economics," "Home Improvment" and "Women's Place in Agriculture" have been secured and particular attention will be given to interesting the women of Kentucky in the improvement of home conditions especially in the rural diso For Sale One three H. P. steam Engine in good condition, Apply at this office. How about an average of $10.90 for the whole week? That's ours for last week. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Com- pany near L & N Depot. To Biy MiIhBery. I will leave in a few days for the city where I will purchase a full line of Millinery which I will display in connection with my Dry Goods store. Everybody is cordially invited to call and see me on depot street. Mrs. C. T. Brummett. Coal. We have the best coal for the money in town, red ash, jellico, Ida May, straight creek and black nut coal for 12 to 15 cents in yard, one cent more delivered also fine white seed oats for sale for cash. H. B. Northcott. See The "New Process" Wick Blue Flame Oil Stoves. Quicker Hotter Fire, Uses Less Oil, Gives Produces tricts. Low railroad rates are expected. A good program has been provided for this Institute. The General Assembly is in session. The State Capitol is always interesting and it is hoped that this meeting will be the largest gathering of farmers ever held in the borders - of the Stated Results, Simple to Operate, Easy to Clean, A11 Parts Removable and Interchangeable. The wicks move up and down in a circular movement, which insures an even burning surface. When you know that one burner will operate continuously for 15 hours,' with one gallon of oil, and that the burner will work faster and give you a hotter fire, and at the same time use less oil than any other "wick" oil stove, you can readily see that for efficient results and economy in operation the "New Process" Wick Oil Stove i3 the best for you to buy. Let the dealer show you the "simple construction. He will be glad to light up a stove and explain all of the good points; and then compare it with other makes. Phone 63. Ball & Holtzclaw, -S lv-. ir" r&-- . - -- 2rr.. -- - aN- - ..", v. , ' --OTS .rr& JlfBLflf.iTrtiJHiJT3i; riiffMjJliLflfgJliMfS. GU -- "Associated Press Dispatch" - 3s3fetM 5?-? gl lEARMER'S COIUMN VOCO i c 1 Cr e amer y - FOR - ooooeoooo oooc-eooo- o ocooooooo oo 0 rfpace below, this beading is for,tve'eschj-shuse of (mr"fa'rinerc83bs(;r''ber.3.''ttnd Is for the Bftle of stoct. grain and n:i h thljigs pu farm as tfie farmer cnunot triTord to uder tlse. No notice will be accepted oer four lines, and will be only lu vo Issues of the Record, free of charge ' COAL "Straight Creek,"; "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige ' tr tr rv VCUlIlOia " X I For Sale A lot of good locust post. Dr. W. Burnett. Denny Bros, sold B. pair of muleS for $400. P. Hudson a i 5 3 two and three year old niare mules. N. W. '.Rogers, Paint .Lick, Ky 30 coming "" For Sale: Hudson & Hughes carry a complete stock of .all Field. Seeds. Get and compare quality. Phone 26. tion. then-price- s Washington, D. C. Feb'y., Harvey Helin- of thq House jCommintce on Expanditurea in. the War Department, gave the following statement to the press this morning! x - "The investigation of the Ray case discloses three different phrase3. "First that politics is findings its way into the Army, which is deplorable. "Second, that notwithstanding charges of the very gravest nature in the handling of funds of the Army are disclosed, no steps have been taken to ad minister adequate punishment therefor but on the contrary protection from the very highest sources afforded, with the irresistable conclusion that such protection was afforded for .political services rendered, simply accentuating the failure to punish the -- first derelicId-Cha- irman Chester Lewis was at home from Berea College for a few days last ' week. . Fci GAin A nJVi bulyliinjj At price $4,G0 per front foot R. E. Henry. iSIMMMrlMiMijSlii: srm) & &&Lm&fc.mftiL'm - '" Mr. John G. Angus, the expert piano tuner from Lexington will return in about two weeks. Leave yous order at McRoberts store Reference: John Church Co., Baldwin Co., Rev. F. M. Tinder. It t BL EM L Ml m Notice. It is easy for the housewife when she makes bread from the products of the All persons having claims against the estate- - of Alex Gibbs, deceased will present them at once to the undersigned properly proven. All those owing him please settle. 3t L. S. Gibbs, Admr. Attention Tobacco Growers. Garrard W. B. Burton purchased horses, head. i court of different parties 4 harness 4 to G years old for $175. per at Danville which is not to be minimized, is Each the best in its Class. H. V. S m & a BAST IN. Cure s s i C? W. B. Burton purchased at the Lexington horse sale, seven head of horses from 4 to 7 years old at prices ranging from ?150. to $230. per head. W. B. Burton sold a gray horse to the Ky. Sales Co. of ton for $530. and to the same hay harness mare for $330. and ness mare for $210. On harness Lexingfirm a JlfMfJl"iMjJlMMrgJll flirgflfJl WMffBrglM a har- I Prevent rather than m ss disease among your Horses,Hogs & the last two days of the sale W. B. Burton secured in addition to the horses which he had already, bought, nine head of harness horses paying for them from $1G5. to $250. per head. W. B. Burton shipped from Lebanon Wednesday a consignment of mules to the Wilson Live Stock Co. at Wilson N. C, consisting of 25 mules which he purchased of Mr. Burdett of Marian county at $195 per head. We are informed that Dick Scudder, the clever Lincoln county horseman secured among the best prices realized at the Lexington sales for his offerings. Dick always has some good ones that command good prices anywhere, regardless of the tone of the market. belonging to Alex. Gibbs which placed in di sales posal, did as good as $65. brood to $300. bunch. Gibbs, road Mr. Gibbs was by his Mr. Gibbs $300. The Cows. Use M s The tobacco growers of Garrard county are earnestly requested to ased to be plastered over, without com- semble at the court house in Lancasmensurate punishment. ter at 2 o'clock p. m. next Monday, "The Army Has no place in American county court day, to consider the signpolitics, and the Committee puts the ing of the proposed "ten year pool" emphasis on this phase of the investi- contracts. gation, for if political henchmen of the J. A. Amon, County Chairman. type of Major Ray can be rewarded for their services by appointment to posiDoolin. tions of the highest importance in the Mrs. Nancy Doolin aged seventy five Army, the latter will soon become a years died Wednesday afternoon at the mere political adjunct to the Presidency home of her daughter, Mrs. Thos. Ran a machine to control the highest office kin, on the old Danville pike. Mrs. in the Government. Whenever it does Doolin's home was in Somerset, where become such the result will be disastri-ou- s the remains were taken for interment. and the end will be in sight. It is The good lady had not been ill but a this evil that the Committee hopes the l few days, had been suffering with a investigation will attempt to avert and severe cold, but nothing serious was forestall." apprehended, and her death came as a severe shock to her many friends. allow- "Third, That even moral turpitude, filing Co, lrt? Lancaster, Kentucky. liifrU siSmSMfUMJ fHJrfHJiTHj mfdM&Plin2Sm MP t B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. "We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL; $50,000. W. O. Rigney, SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. i g i ii it Company of CinR. E. McRoberts C& Son. Ohio, horses the estate of cinnati, the late were I the Lexington horse 520 for SSi will make a disnot bringing prices were expected, ranging from play and take "Aunt Jennie Morris" of the was years of age for mares for the best a wonderful of of the Elizabeth the for measures extensively favorite of this Bring1 Your Tobacco purchased marebrother Luther spring suits for here. having relatives for sincerely have that she pleasant years of this life Rex Jas. W. Smith that next have a that descendant of -- TO Rex big birth has sired of her dinner with on Friday and relatives present. are Garrard Lexington addresses of her the horse sale the names Feb- ren decendants, the list with out reserve, he was purchased Saturday, Messrs Hamilton taken from of ruary, 23 and 24. dates up the Berea Living for the of thus passes of Garrard county's LANCASTER best sires. Harrice, Have your me- John Garrard Star a two year of Rex grandchildren Arbuckle over the asure taken, by His great grandchildren sale was bought Asa Jewell of Lexington for a special cutter. Sparks, Jas. W. Smith. Her grandchildren WAREHOUSE TOBACCO Great JofKr -- We sell a 25 pound bucket for $2.85. Smaller sizes at regular prices. i m SMITH'S. TAI LORING Open-- ! 1NG. Estimable Lady 111. s OK FiflL 1 1 The L. E. Hays Tailoring Mrs. Sue Anderson suffered a slight stroke of paralysis of the right side at 3:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon, effecting the use of her hands and impairing her speech. As the Record goes to press she is reported as being much improved and hopes are entertained for her speedy and effectual recovery. Mrs. Anderson is a sister of Judge R. A. and Messrs Jas. A. and Jo Burnside and is the mother of Messrs Sim and Richard Anderson of H. T. Logans. Living Offsprings. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. I We Carry Lumber that makes the man who buys and uses it proud of good judg ment in coming here. For our Lumber goes far- nxBMiyp i! Ky. day 90 Sand Gap, Gth. on May 1911. She is old lady and is known county, in many Will & Sam Denny took splendid old McDonald who so many splendid colts in county, to and placed in and Bros, by Mexico Mo. rediculous sum $385., one The Denny Bros, also took son and placed him in and he by $250. Ar-buck- le, We many more on and day hope will May she will many The following ther and lasts longer than four times the poorer, un seasoned kind. The next time you need Lumber of any kind from beams to shingles, try ours. We will both gain by the operation, and child- and and is Citizen and only Dead 3 6 to May 6th. 1911. Morris, His children Mo. 1 UNIQUE NAME Many People Cannot Pronounce Name Of His Louis Morris Sally McKee children Grandchildren 7 46 6 1 Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. 1 5 10 22 26 14 12 World's Most Famous Catarrh Effect Of County Unit Extension Law. Stanford Street. High-o-m- e Remedy. that,s the proper way to Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales, No Commission to Pay. Telephone 186. We buy yonr Tobaceo at Highest Market Price and unload the same day. pronounce HYOMEI the old reliable remedy, that has rid tens of thousands of people of that vile and disgusting disease. HYOMEI is made of purest Australian eucalyptus combined with thymol and other effective antiseptics and is guaranteed to be free from cocaine or any harmful drug. HYOMEI is guaranteed to end the misery of catarrh, asthma, croup, catarrhal deafness, bronchitis, coughs or money back. Breathe it that's all, no dosing the stomach. Complete outfit, including (&9 Ci53Pfi5 vjBt I 3r (dw THE Just landed GREAT HUPMOBILE. in New York after finishing a journey arouud the world a distance of 40000 miles in sixteen months, carrying four pas sengers and full touring equipment You cannot get around this if you want a GOOD CAR at a moderate price. Two, four and five passenger models. Stormes Automobile Agency. W2ffii&2SfMi !B I RECEIVING A Depositor at The Garrard Bank and Trust Company has many advantages beside the safety of his money. He can put notes and drafts in for ill collection.borrow money Wt& I 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. 1 Great grandchildren 1 Mary J. Isaacs John White & Co. that contain cities of the first four Her children 6 classes will thus be effected by the new LOUISVILLE. KY. 3 Grandchildren Established. 1837 law. Of these 31 couuties, eleven are Fannie Morris 1 Highcstmarketpricepald already totally dry. Twenty partially Lyda Morris 1 FURS or totally wet that are liable to change Margaret C. Johnson, and HIDES. n The League classfies two as 1 New Boston, Mo. "WOOL certain to be wet, with five as doubtful 10 3 Her children I COMMISSION The League places Louisville with Jeff9 7 Grandchildren erson county, and Kenton with Coving- Cynthia M. Privett, West ton as wet. Campbell, Fayette, 1 Plane, Mo. Franklin and Nelson counties Her children 10 are doubtful. 2 Grandchildren n The League claims these The undersigned hereby give warnSummary ing to all persons not to transpass upon counties which are part "wet" will be- Number of Jane Morris's come wholly "dry" under the n 10 5 children our lands for any purpose whatever as League operation. 96 30 Grandchildren we will prosecute all offenders to fulBoyd county, with Ashland and Cat 82 336 Great grandchildaen lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and lettsburg. Great great grandchilWarren county, with Bowling Creen. Fishermen especially take notice. 8 78 dren Henderson sounty, with Henderson. Sqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra Bell county,' witn Middlesboro. 125 520 Total Ed & N B Price W S Ferguson Montgomery county, with Mt. Sterl- Total decendants to May 6, 1911, 645. W A Price E F Herring ing, Daviess county, with Owensboro. Not Talkative. S L Rich W S Embry Hewitt He doesn't talk much. Bourbon county, with Paris. Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Jewett No. He Is an economical Pulaski county, with Somerset. Dave Thompson J W Sweeney sort of liar. New York Press. Clark county, with Winchester. Z T Rice Jas Sutton Woodford county, with "Versailles. Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels Muhlenburg county, with Central D B Anderson H C Arnold City. W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, v.V 07 1 Christian county, with Hopkinsville. L H Brown G Y Conn indestructible inhaler, $1.00 Extra hot ties of HYOMEI if needed,, 50 cents at R E. McRoberts & Son and druggists everywhere. People who live in Garrard county and similar counties which are in so far as the legal term implies "dry,', are frequently heard to inquire, "what is the import of the "County Unit Extension Law", are we not as dry as the Kentucky brand of statutory law can make us?", and for the benefit of those who are not to make such inquiries we will give the following statement as to what the new extension law which went into effect on last Wednesday means Under the present law cities of the first, second, third and fourth class do not vote as a unit or cities constitute units and the county is a separate unit, Thus it happens that a county as a whole may vote dry by a large major-tbut the city goes wet by a few votes and thus permit the sale of liquor in the county. The thirty four counties in the State :- Job Morris, Eglon, Ky His children Grandchildren 1 8 Great grandchildren William Morris, McKee His children Grandchildren 23 26 1 9 5 5 3 4 Great grandchildren Hannah Lakes, Wind Cave Her children Grand children 38 6 1 9 2 3 12 1 1 HORSE HUD JACK Great grandchildren T. C. Morris, Sand Gap His children Grandchildren 13 66 10 9 29 3 1 2 12 Great grandchildren Leah Marcum, Rice Station Her children . Grandchildren Bettie Morris, Sand Gap Kennada Morris, Colyer His children Grandchildren CARDS. 7 26 1 5 7 y, 1 7 12 10 Z HSKP Anti-Saloo- POSTED Mc-Crack- Anti-Saloo- ! Anti-Saloo- Have Your Cards Made Early. We are better prepared than ever before. GIVE US A CALL. Jl! The Garrard Bank &TrustMCompany. T W Conn J G Conn J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett C G Gay WK Leavell E Dunn John Boian E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan T. M. Arnold, Jr. J. W. Simpson S. C. Henderson. J. H. Posey. B. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw. T. R.'L. Burton. muwLY wsfctv fe Falls Victim Te 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 Constipation, Malaria, Headache, Dyspepsia. 25c at R. E.' McRoberts & Son. ' 1-- m 227-29-- tell voti hnw. nnrl fttMtm4.t We are dealers; established and can do BETTER for you th?n agents or commission merchants. References any bank in Write for weekly price list M. SABEL d. SONS J)rices. The Central INCORPORATED. Record. . KENTUCKY. I.OU-Isvil- le. 4 33 L Marte! . LWISTIUE, Liuicrs in runs, muea, nuuu IT. LANCASTER, - - f -- g?