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UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY , ".,'" CLOOD LANCASTER, KY.', FRIDAY, MARCH Frank Land of Buckeye raised five acres of tobacco and sold it last week for $1230.15. . M ..'. 1912. OVERNMENl. - east ; rt NUMBER t-t- 47. 5C8Cg53CgSCS33tS33S33C&?3tl33S LISTEN BOYS. More A Member Of - SnlenHirl . iOrMiyiMlir t -- If You Do Not Become June Outnumbered. The Garrard County Boys Corn Club, "nsaii Conn Bros Sell the Best Goods at the lowest prices? Do the best work at the most reasonable stripped June, up to the 23d there had been issued twelve marriage licenses against only six during the month of June of last year. Of these two were double weddings. We have not examined the statistics to see if this is an annual occurrence, but we are inclined to ascribe the fact to this being Leap Year. Family To Move Here. June is conceded to be the month of wedding3, but this February has out- Lstcr Along Yoa Will Probab- ly Wish You Had. Averages at Peoples Ware house. Big Prices Ruling and Grow .- li I JLJL CL 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 Mr. T. R. Stults, who i now engaged in the insurance business and who has been assignee Garrard and Boj le counties, will remove his family from this place to Lancaster, his head quarters. Mr. Stult's son, Ewing, is with his father in the insurance business. Mr. Stults is one of the best known men in Adair county, having been circuit court clerk for twelve years, and his many friends will regret his departure, He has an excellent family and we take pleasure in commending it to the good people of Lancaster. The removal will take place as soon as good weather comes. "Adair County News". Sen Bradley's Statement. 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 Hatel Property" on Stanford street and inspect their line of Buggies, Implements, Hardware etc., and get their prices on any work you may want done? Sen Bradley has certainly been going after 'Teddy." Here is a statement that he made a few days ago: "I did not believe that Mr. Roose velt had any chance for al nomination before speech. Since then I sure that his candidacy the presidentihis Columbus feel perfectly will amount to '. 0011 m g& s sp SB 3 s & nothing. ' His repudiation of his promise, j maue JNovemoer e, laui. tnat unaer no 5! circunristanccs wonld he be a candidate V for or accept another nomination, fol-lowed by his statement of December $3 11, 1807, that he had not changed and JL would not change that decision, convicts 2fa him of insincerity, for which the Am- ,,? erican people will hold him responsible" , Superintendent Jennie Higgins tells tis she has only about thirty boys en listed in Garrard county Boys Lorn Club, and that several of those are ineligible because of their age. There should be at least fifty boys in this cluo, and as many may enter as choose, provided they are eligible under the rules which we shall give in this article Now we are going to let you into a secret, there are going to be some nice local prizes distributed, just what they are to be we are not yet at liberty to state, but they will be something real nice and yorth'"striving for. Other counties have clubs numbering as high as one hundred boys. Send in your names at once and help to boost your county, as well as get a chance at the splendid prizes offered. The following rules and regulations for the government of the conduct of the corn clubs cover fuliv the requirements in the contest: The state for convenience sake has been divided into four parts, viz, the Mountains, the Blue Grass, the Pennyrile and the Purchase, we are in the Blue Grass and embrace the following counties: -Fleming, Bath. Montgomery Clark Madison, Garrard, Lincoln, Casey, Taylor, Green, Spencer, Jefferson, Oldham Trimble, Gallatin, Boone, Carroll, Kenton, Pendleton, Bracken, Robertson, Nicholas, Bourbon, Fayette, Jessamine Mercer, Boyle, Washington, Anderson, Franklin, Woodford, Scott, Harrison, Grant, Owen, Henry and Shelby, in all Mason, ers Leave Happy and with Well Filled Pocket Books. m averages were obtained at the People's Tobacco Warehouse at Danville, at the sales Thursday morning. One of the crops sold was a Garrard county crop and a most satisfactory price was realized for the weed. The People's Warehouse under the able management of Col. Ike Dunn is making the greatest record of its, career this season. It is getting the prices for the growers which send them away with words of praise for their treatment and is giving each and every one of them a fair, square deal all More splendid around. The tobacco market is better right now than it has been before this season, and those growers who are taking their crops to the People's Warehouse 1W re Fence J rr m i ! nan I m m . ! j 1 il m FOR I (i! FIELD and GARDEN. Our Prices m I EOCK FOR 15 iOTTOM DAYS. m W m 42 counties. IiULES AND REGULATIONS. 1. are getting the cream of the market. Three sales of note on the breaks last week were as follows: EiraJ raiTU EvraJ srsJ ssitu Izsrzl rarsirraiKv U cj t J jj j rJj tu )li ij ij aaii i j j Sold by Powell & Watts, Mercer: s MSELDEAI I ic-- BROS. H 1 -- l il-j- I li-- JlmJlianaJlraJJlrai-aJi JZ3 j -J il L23J ftJ ESJ I U--l , I hf , , Each contestant must have been enrolled as a pupil in a public school 170 within the year preceding the time of 170 his becoming a member of the Boy's 180 Corn Club in his county for the year 230 member of the Boys' Corn Club must be between the ages of 10 and 20 years. 3. Each member must grow one acre of corn, not a fraction of an acre. 4. Seed corn will be furnished by the Department of Agriculture through the County Superintendent, but any member may use seed corn of his own selection if 'he prefers to do so. No seed corn "will be furnished after May 1, 1912. Entries must be made by. the 15 of April. Corn may be planted at any time previous to June 1st. No county will be furnished more than ten bushels of seed corn. 5. AH corn must be white corn. G. Any member may break, fertilize and cultivate as he chooses; but all prize winners must furnish the Department of Agriculture a written description of how the corn was grown upon request, and must keep, an account of the cost of production as nearly as possible. In estimating expenses charge labor of the boy at seven and cents per hour: each team hitched to implement at twenty cents per hour; each single horse and implement at ten cents per hour, and rent of land at $5. per acre. 7. Land must be measured and yield certified to under oath before Notary Public or other person authorized to administer oaths in this state by three disinterested persons appointed by the county school superintendent, to whom they shall report and he must certify to the Commissioner df .Agriculture that he believes the report to be correct. 8. Any representative of the Department of Agriculture must be shown, upon request, the acre of ground enter one-ha- lf 70 pounds 165 pounds at" 1912. 2. Each pounds pounds pounds pounds 70 pounds at at at at at at at 170poundsat 125 pounds Lancaster, Ky. Bdliu I n 31 Bradley For Taft. 1 $42. 41. 37. 31.50. $29.50 29. $32. 31. 29. The hmm xtdw' m ml -- Road I lQwal.i:.Liuilll:illl. UJ S33SS33CS32!33CS3 vt Senator Bradley is for Taft for President, and will be a candidate for dele-rfS Sitte to the Chicago Convention on that , ticket, and his friends are anxious for Garrard County .to instruct for Taft for President and Bradley for delegate from the State at large. The county convention will meet in Lancaster, Ky., on April 6th, 1912, and all the friends of President Taft add V Senator Bradley are urged to be pres- PS ent and help send a Taft and Bradley iQ. to State convention. Average $33.08. Sold by 35 pounds 30 pounds 55 pouuds 60 35 95 95 60 75 Wgarkard co. republican com pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds J. A. Cutter, of Lincoln: . '. atf .'..32 .' .".24. at 17.50. at 25. at 16.75. at ." at at at at 24. 13 S I 16.50 16. y w l V - Average $19.60. Sold by Guy Davidson, of 310 280 195 200 225 325 275 140 15 K'm '.7 over-rat- e I our car- Garrard: 31. 31. 28. 27. 26. 28. 19 will not cause a break down if the carriage is one of ours. Our carriages are made for hard service, and every test Did YOU now pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at at at.... H. .' however severe but proves it. Think we riages? Then ask those now using them. depend on. What they say ought to send you here in a hurry for a carriage you can You'll find the pftces right too. 60pounds'at 65 100 270 240 160 155 THAT YOITE ACCOUNT at at at at 23.50. 28.50 30. .23.50 27. 26. 28. 25. 24. 23. at at at If you want your buggy or wagon repaired or your horse shod quick, bring them to us. at.. at WA DtJE Ja.ra.'u.a.x'y Istc I 255 3.270 Pounds Average iw. -- j. Eomans. $26.57. Fire Id Middlesboro Addition. mmmmwwmm?, J ed byany boy. xz -- need MONEY to MEET my s-- I ? Shall ixoect You fit Once To Settle v otherwise, you will have to pay the COST of a SUIT. The above is the LAST . NOTICE thatwill be given You. list of boys entered, with their postoffice address, must, be furnished the'Department of Agriculture by the County Superintendent on or before September 1, 19112. 10. Premiums offered by the Department of Agriculture may be supplemented by individuals, firms or corporations or by cities and counties, to be applied where requested by the donor. 11. All work must be done by boy in producing his acre of corn unless incapacitated by illness. 12. All corn entered at the State Corn Show shall become the property of the State Department of Agriculture. As before mentioned, these prizes are going to be liberally augmented by local prizes given by home p'eople, of which will be published later. Preserve these rules and regulations for future reference as they will not be published again. 9. A de-fai- A cottage belonging to Mr. George Deshon and occupied by Messrs. Joe and Napoleon Hines was destroyed by fire at an early hour last Friday morning. The flames had gained such headway before they were discovered that it was impossible to do more than to confine them to that building and save THE SUCCESS. adjoining property. The occupants of the house did not succeed in saving any of their household goods. The origin of the fire is unknown. The house destroyed was located in Middlesboro addition near the colored school building. For Sale A sow and seven pigs. i iBi538 Roller Bearing Lightest Draft Spreader Made. HEADQUARTERS FOR R. E. Henry. ls For Sale Indian Runner 50 Phone H. T Lo san, M 9W I H And It Goes Away From Honfe To Market. horn Phone Several gentlemen connected with the loose leaf markets in adjoining towns, and who are in a position to know, have told the Record recently that Garrard was the prize tobacco producing county in the Blue Grass, that Garrard county tobacco had brought the best prices realized on the loose leaf markets this season, and that taken upon the whole, the crop Genuine Oliver Plows,, through bred short For Sale yearling J. Hillside Syracuse Plows, Syracuse Turning. Have You Tried PLOWS. Black Star! Pew Vulcan Plows at COST. 382-- F. cents per setting. One bull. Duck eggs James Siler. The- - i- - -- - M. Cress. 380-- G B Lancaster, Kentucky. ' -- : ':- ' I from this county was the best burley crop in tne state, coupling tnese statements with the fad that ,we rais If not, you're, loosing a lot of COAL ed about four and one half million SATISFACTION. Better order a sold. pounds this year, and that the acreage TON at once from wa8 not up to the average, we consider it high time that some steps were being taken'io provide a market for this i splendid crop COAL? & We still have a few Heaters that we will sellcheap. Sole agents for American Fence. The best and heaviest fence Call and compare with other makes before purchaeing. - - r at home. H. C. bAilem J. R. MOUNT, SON & :- GO;. - r t ' i n A--' j --- j . , ' -- - Vi' 4- . te r -- r ir 1 i ii TheCehtrAL Record -- counties:-Adai- r, Services by pastor a. m. and p. m. Anderson, fallen into the habit of when the mid- ' night stillness is broken by the harsh Boyle, Casey, Garrard, Jessamine, at Lancaster Methodist - Church next and Sunday. clanging of the fife bell of going to Lincoln,r Madison,' Mercer.-Shel-" IKCORPORXTED. w SS telephone and asking "Central" i Spencer. The redistrioting bill in- - Lack of space compelled us this week their H V ?loo a toma. of the blaze, and troaucGd by Senator J. T. Pritchard to omit several interesting letters Jhmm when they have satisfied themselves of Boyd county passed, the senate - on from our counts' correspondents. They M H X GREEN CLAC WALKER, Editor. that they are not pecuniarily interested last Saturday by a vote of 21 to 2. will appear next week. in the property which is jeopardized, The bill removes Rockastle from the Mr. W. M. Martin will speak at the Entered at the Post Office-- . In Lancaster, Ky. they go back to bed and leave their eighth and places it in the eleventh, IHpB flEflHft flhHBhhm HiBSlHhH lSSI CTS m as SecondCIass Mall Matter. Casey are court house, Saturday, March 9th, at neighbors property to the tender mercy while it takes Adair, and 1:30 p. m. on the snlender of the- - hum of the flames. Did this ever happen taken from the eleventh and placed in an body and how to make it perfect. Member Kentucky Press Association If it did, the next time your the eight. "Every body is invited to hear him. and slumbers are disturbed by the fire bell, just think of the .Golden 'Rule, and Publishers League. Eighth District Teachers Meeting. ' ra Morgan-Kel- ly. i Elal eSp' think what would Happen were your The Eighth Congressional District Miss Francis Morgan and Mr. property to catch fire and every other Lacaster, Ky., Marci 1, 1912. Teachers Association wiil hold a two Kelly were married at the person in town had fallen into the days session in Lawrenceburg Ky. on home of the grooms sister, Mrs. Jencustom which you have been cultivat ing, men put on your ciotnes and go March 22 and 23d. Prof. Joseph Ire- nie Come lv, in this city last Saturday Rates For Political 'Announcements out and hunt for the fire and lend what land, Principal of the Stanford Graded afternoon, the ceremony being perFor Precinct and City Offices . . . .? 5.00 assistance is in your power toward School is president of the Association. formed by 'Rev. O. P. Bush. The bride is but 15 yars of age while the 10.00 avoiding a loss to your neighbor. For County Offices Delegates Named. groom is. thirty five. 15.00 Lancaster people have grown into" For State and District Offices 10 the habit of depending entirely too At a meeting of the farmers of the For Calls, per line Formerly Lived Here. 10 much on our splendid system of water county held at the court house Monday For Cards, per line works for the extinguishing of any afternoon Messrs J. Wade Walker, Bud Shearrer, a son of Luke Shear-re- r Wm For all publications in the interKia ww MW blaze that may break out; it is true we John M. Farra and Joseph E. Robinson who formerly lived here, was shot est of individuals or expreshave a splendid system of water works were named as delegates and Messrs and almost instantly killed in a pistol sion of individual views, per '. 10 and it is admirably adapted to fighting E. C. McWhorter, J. A. Doty and Er- duel with Harry Hugnes in Nicholas- line 05 fire, but the water works will not ex- nest Woods as alternates, to attend the ville faunday night, William Hunter a Obituaries, per line tinguish a blaze unless the people get State Farmers Institute Which con- bystander received a wound in the leg and from a stray bullet. Shearrer and out and man the equipment provided venes in Frankfort on March 8 ANNOUNCEMENTS for fighting fires; and the equipment 29th. Hughes had had previous trouble. with which we requires a Taft Vs Roosevelt. This office is prepared to finish you good number of people to handle it; For Cenneiwealtb Attorney. Engraved Invitations, Announcements, the wagon which is "used to transport The republicans in the county are We are authorized to announce Emmet the hose would suit admirably in some having a little fight over who they Monogram paper, cards Etc, at prices Puryear as a candidate for Common city where they have a big strong should instruct for, for President. The , the same as you pay in the city. The fawealth attorney, subject to the action team of horses to pull it, but it is illy friends of Senator Bradley are busy work is done by one of the largest Ensuited to this place where at the out TOnrlrintr fnr Taft toViiIo anmo rf flip graving houses in the world. CalL at of the Democratic party, break of a fire there is usually half fttW wnrkW for RnnBP our office and see the samples or phone dozen or less people to take the hose velt. Mr. Henly V. Bastin seems to be the editor and he will call on you, with Fer.Cofiity Judge. wagon to the scene of the conflagra- at the head of the Roosevelt move, and samples. tion; in the case of the fire last Friday with some other republicans has been County Court. We are authorized to announce Claymorning there was only three people circulating a petition which appears in A. Arnold as a candidate for Counton Monday was county court day and an ty Judge of Garrard County subject to to handle this massive wagon, and this paper. unusually large crowd was in town, atthey were completely exhausted bejn the action of the democratic party. tracted by the Farmers Union speaking Circuit Court. fore they had scarcely left the public and because of the fact that the weathc&ds Es33 i We are authorized to announce square. The spring term of the Garrard cir- er would permit of the performance All this should be speedily remedied. cuit court will convene James A. Beazley as a candidate for next Monday. any paticular work on the farm. County Judge of Garrard county, sub- The taxes paid by the people, which The civil appearance docket is unusual-ligh- t, of There were about two hundred cattle at 1:30 o'clock p. in., for the purpose of organizing a Roosevelt Club, and cf devisject to the action of the Democratic includes taxes for the redemption of there being only 22 new law water works bonds, should vouch safe to cases and 14 new equity cases, how- on the market which changed hands ing ways and means whereby we may secure for him party. endorsement cf the them some safe guard against fire. ever, there is 103 old equity and 32 old and the prevailing market prices. County Convention which meets at Lancaster, Kentucky, April 6, 2912. Better spend a little of the money paid common law cases, a number of which There were some horses and mules on For Sheriff. no sales worthy of note in for taxes to provide some adequate will be finally disposed of at this term. the market but W. H. Mahage, Thomas Oaks. Andy Conn, James Prather, Alvin Thomas, J. D. Carter, We are authorized to announce C. A. safeguard against fire. . Logan, There are 46 old Commonwealth cases Conference For Education In The South. J. E. Hammond, J.W.Walker, ' Kirbj Twuer. Noah llarsce, Thomas Hume, Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of The city has a horse, maybe two, W. C. Iloskiiw, Wm. Casey. Jake Delaney, Henry Yater, A. B. Wynn, J. P. Hamni, Garrard County, subject to the action we are not informed as to that, and if and 29 new ones, these will, as is the The next Conference for Education custom be given precedence over civil Henry Teatter, Cronley Broaddus, ' P. A. Anderson, Broaddus, Herbert Whittaker, Jim Simpson, B. F. of the Democratic party. " they are going to keep- - the massive business, however, many of them are in the South w 11 be held at Nashville, G. il. Green, Morris CaiKco, Wm. Hurt. Nelson Marsee, Robert Noel, J. A. ilerriman, hose wagon which they now provide, of minor importance and will be dis- Tenn., Bpril 3, 4, and 5 next The We are authorized to announce James Moberly. Chas. Creech, Daniel East. A. J. Meadows, P. E. Fowlie, J. C. Meadows, railroad have granted a rate of one and G. S. Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff the horse should be" stabled, ready posed of rapidly. W. G. Morgan, G. A. Morgan. S. W. Creech", J. L. Cokliron, Greenleaf, J. E. Dickerson, one half fare plus fifty cents. Tickets A. M. Bfahap, of Garrard county, subject to the ac- harnessed, at a place adjacent to the W. T. Royse, Henry Duncan, R. II. Grayson, Ben a. Titus, J. V. Chestnut, will be on sale from March 30, to April engine room where they could be used Taylor Burdett For Magistrate tion of the democratic party. William Wallace, Alex Walker. J. B. Soper. Geo. Grow, J. W. Simpson, Jim Overstreet, 5 inclusive, and will be good returning to pull the wagon; or better still, sell D. While Mare, Charley Dunn, A. F. Sanders, Edd Chandler, Leslie Perkins, Rob. Simpson, 3Ir. Taylor T. Burdett announces to April 20. This will be one of the We are authorized to announce W. the wagon they now have, and secure S. N. Davw. Louis Beazley, C. D. Powell. A. F. Thompson, Alex Anderson, A. H. Bastin, L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard a reel cart, which is vastly better ad- elsewhere in this issue his candicacy greatest educational gatherings ever W. B. Ms. Elias Stuart; Thomas Chappie. Shirley Sadler, P. Hurt, W. R. Bastin, county, subject to the action of the apted to the requirement of a town of for the nomination for Magistrate in held in this country. Speakers of inWesley King, A. II. Ragon, T. M. Howard, Bert Kavanaugh, John L. Brooks, Sale Hurt, democratic party. this size, and which two or three men the Bryantsville district, subject to the ternational reputations will be on the W. B. Grow, Charles Owens. D. T. BrumaseU. C. T. Brummett. Lewis Noel, Ras Dunn, program. A large delegation should could easily handle. We are of the action of the democratic party. Jesse Myers, Dan Bogie, Logan, Shird Ray, F. F. Sowder. Herbert Bishop, Jim Taylor Burdett was born and reared attend from Kentucky. opinion that the wagon now in use - For Assessor. W. M. Simpson, W. I. Long, Robers L. Meadows. J. C. CncilKs. F. Marsee, J. B. Williams, J. T. J. COATES, could be disposed of for more than in Garrard county and since reaching U. G. Mrse. J. B. Bourne, Elm Mathes, Jesse Faulconer, A. L. Baird. Albert Church, We are authorized to announce Dave his majority has always been a demoState Supervisor of ISural Schools. Wm. Burnett, enough to purchase a cart of the A. J. Payne, Perry Long, Wm. Baker, Joe Cricill'iS, J. M. Cricillis. C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor proper kind, and which would not crat of the simon pure brand, never James Waye, James East, J. A. Sowder, Noah Marsee, John C. Moss. Crit Meadows, of Garrard county subject to the ac- only permit of the rapid transport of having scratched a ticket. ' He is well Cottrell Askins. Milton Estes. A. N. Estes, Jonah Marsee, H. S. Gay. W. A. Moberly, Smith Hurt tion of the democraticparty. the hose, but which would enable the known and popular, and has many A. B. Estrige, W. L. Grow, Miss Nina Cottrell and Mr. Chas. Andy Figg, James Hood, Clayton Marsee, Ansel Meadows, friends who will be glad to support him M. F. Ledford, James Thomas, Joe Johnson, W. II. Parks. Askins surprised their many friends by Tom Evans, James Durham, We are authorized to announce Mr. spreading of the hose in one half the for the office which he seeks. Henry Hurt, Ephrem Denney, J. D. Miller, G. L. Sower, going to Lexington and getting mar- Geo. Moran, Bruce Sowder, E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- time now required in performing this the fire dework: next, W. Miller, Louis Faulconer. J. C. Rigsbv, Dunn, J. ried at the home of the groom's broth- William Arthur L. Young, John Oaks, nation of Assessor of Garrard County, A Seldom But Appreciated Visitors. W. H. Willifore. Henry Turpin, S. C. Rigsby, Clayton EumpWr, er J. M. Askins Feb. 24th, Rev. J. W. Howard Harlan, John Forbe3, subject to the action of the democratic partment on the Same basis upon operated several years which it was Capt. "Billy" Brown, section fore- Spencer officiating. Wm. C. Hutchings, Matt Collitt, John Floyd. Y. E. Hendrickson, J. T. Hickg. Geo. W. Leavell, party. ago, and we will have a fire depart- man on the L & N Lowell division Miss Cottreli is the daughter of M. A. Wheeler Anderson, Louis Yantis, I. J. Holtzclaw, 0. H. Vanhook. Vinnard Hurt. J. W. Simpson. We are authorized to announce J. B. ment which will be equal to all emer- came in to see us on the 22d, to use Cottrell and one of Lancaster's pret- Cicero Humber, C. H. Hulett, Wm. McFerran, J. D. Wynn, Walter Humphery, W. A. Dorton. Collier as a candidate for the nomina- gencies, and last but not least, let his own language, "just run down on tiest and most attractive young girls, Jack Floyd, C. H. Pollard, Henry Chandwell, G. Perkins, W. T. Doolan, W. E. Whittakar. tion for assessor of Garrard county, every able bodied male citizen respond old Henry, and back on the eleven, so and during her visits to Wilmore has Lou Miller, Joseph W. Hurt, A. C. Beazley, Jaekman, Byer, C. F. Napier, Mitch Lane. subject to the action of the democratic to the call of the bell, get on the if anything happened he would be on made a host of friends. Mr. Askins Ross Hutchinson, Wm. Kavanaugh, C. R. Joseph, Chas. Sutton, C. B. Ledford, W. E. Moss, Jr.. party. ground and render what assistance is the job". Capt Brown has been on is the son of J. F. Askins of Wilmore Henry Overstreet, J. W. Simpson, Clint Hicks. W. H. Pumbhery, C. H. Hendrickss. J. F. Foley, in your power. There are a good this section as foreman for 38 years, and a prosperous young farmer and a Kinnaird Dorton, II. C. Bailey, Grant Anderson, R. J. Hendron, J. H. Turner, J. S. Johnson, We are authorized to announce W. many men in Lancaster who respond and during all that time there has man of splendid character. Coy S. Sanders, S. W. Moss, Joe Turner, Robert Strange, 0. H. Her.dren. J. W. Pcmphery. L. Huffman for a candidate for assessreadily and cheerfully to every fire never been a serious wreck on his sec- Monday night they returned home and J. T. Marsee, Mead Teater, Irvine Simpson, John Turner, James Hutchinson, Sam Cottop, or of Garrard county subject to the call, who always have done so, and tion, pretty good record that. Aside were entertained by Mrs H. C. Ben Boatwright, Kemp Walker, W. H. Sowders, W. 0. J. T. Raney, earen, B. T. Oaks. action of-tDemocratic party. who render splendid service at every from being an efficient officer, there is Spoonamore on High St., with an Geo. Hood, Dr. E. Evins, B. H. Holcomb, Elbert Callico, Oscar Botton, Louis Hiatt. blaze, you will always find them there, no better citizen or cleverer gentle- elegant supper, covers were laid for ten, Geo, Marsee. E. D. Owens, R. F. Agee, Wm R. Mathews, Dr. Wm. Johnston. E G. Creech. For School Ssptriateiast. go out and help them, don't depend on man in Garrard county than Capt. mostly relatives. Mrs. Rob. Holcomb. Jesse Brock, Joe Pellman, J. B. Cairy, R. S. Brown. Spoonamore Philip Joseph, D. L. Gabbard. J. W. Baker, . Charles Ross, We arer authorized to announce Miss these people to perform all this ser- Brown. J. F. Holtzclaw, II. V. Bastin, was assisted by Mrs. Robert Askins. Sam" Prather, Jennie Higgins as a candidate for vice all the time. Mr. and Mrs. Askins will make their Waives Examining Trial. Unless these suggestions are heeded, School Superintendent for Garrard future home in Wilmore. county, subject to the action of the or some other means equally as effREPORT OF THE CONDITION REPORT OF THE CONDITION Moses Cottrell, with whom William What Makes up a Legal Bushel. icient are adopted to guard against Democratic party. Same Old Bone Of Contention. OF THE H. Ward had a difficulty on the night or the fire loss, it is going to be only a mat of February 13th in which the latter The officers of the Q & C Railroad to furnish The Record has been asked ter of time when Lancaster will have received a knife wound in the neck, seem to be playing a game of Battle- its readers with the number of ponnds For Jailer. a conflagration that will result in a immediately Citizens Bank surrendered to Marshall dore and Shuttlecock with the cities which constitute a legal bushel of We are authorized to announce Jack monetary loss as great as any we Herron and was placed in jail, after- of Somerset and Danville as to just various commodities, and especially ttSTo.lt93.) Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- ever had before we installed water ward being admitted to bond in the what position each shall occupy in the seeds, in the state of Kentucky. Sec(X"o.23ae.v works. OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT rard county, subject to the action of sum of 100., it not being thought at division of the men required to operate tion 4815 of the Kentucky Statutes proOF LANCASTER. KY.. AT the Democratic party. Primary Elec- that time that Mr. Ward's condition the division connecting the two cities, vides that the weights, measures and The The Close of Bnsiness Feb 20,1912 Close of Business Feb tion Bill has passed both Houses of the was serious. Since the death of Mr. and as a result the newspapers are en- - balances received from the government 20th, 1912. We are authorized to announce Dave General Assembly and will soon be a Ward Cottrell was rearrested and craped in their annual wranele over the of the United States now in the cus RESOURCES. Ross as a candidate for Jailer of GarRESOURCE3. law. Candidates of the Democratic waiving an examining trial was com- "division headquarters", first one and Secretary of State, shall Loans and discounts $lis,159 U rard county, subject to the action of and Republican parties will in the fu- mitted to jail without bond to await then the other having the best of the tody of the 817 Loans and 1S32i9 2T in the custody of that officer Overdrafts, secured aud unsecured.. . 50.000 02 Overdrafts, discounts continue tO US. Bouds to secure circulation secured and unsecured sm the Democratic party. ture be made by primary election held the action of the grand jury, which argument. Some ten days' ago the aud shall be the standard of weights Bonds securities, etc lH.OuOiO U. S Bonds to ecure circulation... . 50.000 eo fixtures 7,00010 Banking-housfurniture and fixtures fi.ocoeo Monday. powers that be of the railroad issued and measuers in this stats. This sec- Due from National Banks (not reserve first Saturday in August. A primary convenes next Due from National Banks (not ReFor Magistrate. .. S.OMt 72 ageutsj serve A2ent) an order that passenger twins should tion provides that the following weights 3,li &i election will be held each year upon Due from approved reserve agents.... fe9 Due from State and Private Banks Louis Landram In Town. change engineers and fireman at shall constitute a bushel of the article Checks and other cash- items SS this date. This bill provides such safeand Bankers. Trut Companies We. are authorized to announce Votes of other National Bailies 2,."Mi 00 nnrtSaviujcsBanks 2.672 7t Somerset instead of Danville, as has named: Fractional paper curreucy.nickels.cts 52 Dne from apuroved reserve ascents... 2.UIS W John N. White as a candidate for guards as will insure to the people an Clever Louis Landram, always a L.AWFUI. .UOKBY RESERVE IN BASK. Chccksand other cash items fubeen the custom, and in -- Wheat, GO pounds. 123 70 welcome guest in Lancaster, was here heretofore VIZ Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- opportunity to have a voice in the Notes of otht-- National Banks. 3,!: CO Specie ...! 6.066 ture nomination of all candidates for Tuesday and Wednesday of this week, consequence the Somerset editors asFractional paper currency, nickels i C.,J30 oo Shelled corn, 56 pounds. rard county, subject to the action of 00 notes 12,916 00 anu cents 22ts a public office. All candidates are guaran- called here by the death of his nephew, cended to the top rail of the fence and L.VWFDL ilONKY RESERVE IS BANK. VIZ: Corn on the ear, 70 pounds from the the democratic party. Specie were crowing as if over a Democratic first of November to th'e first of May Redemption Fuud with U.S. Treas00 a fair deal by this bill. teed soil Louis Burnside, and was the recipient urer (5of circulation) 2.500 00 notes 1,975 00 We have alway s favored the Prim- of many a hearty handshake from his victory, but their rejoicing was of following, and from first of. May to We are authorized to announce WalI0,lt W Total 2D8,29 17 Redemption fund with U. S. Treas short duration, for scarce had the ink first of November following 68 lbs. ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis- ary as the only fair way of maintain- host of friends, who while they urer (& per cent of circulation)... 2.5C00 before it was reLIABILITIES Total trate in the .first district of Garrard ing candidates for public office, and $.sM5o m. Rye, 56 pounds. the sad mission which brought dried on the order Capital stock paid in $ 50,000 00 County, subject to the action of the congratulate the public upon having him, were nevertheless glad to see scinded, and now Danville is having her Oats, shelled, 32 lbs. LIABILITIES. 25,000 00 Surplus fund written into law so fair and apparent- him. Louis tells us that his subscrip- crowing inning. Let the result be democratic partv. Undivided profits, leas expenses ayd Barley, 47 pounds. Capital stock paid In $30,000 00 .". taxes paid may, we are satisfied that 0,769 04 Snrplnsfund ly so perfect a law governing primary 35.000 00 Irish potatoes. 60 pounds. tion list is growing rapidly and that he what it National Bank Notes Outstanding... 50JKX) 00 Undivided profits, less cxixnses and We are authorized to announce Ship- -' elections in this state. This law makes neither of our neighbors will ever get Sweet potatoes, 55 pounds.. Due to Other National Banks 2,723 H taxes nald . .. 3.S9.1 67 prospects for a prosperous Due to Trust Companies and Savings National Bank norcs outstanding. ... 50.000 OO ton H. Estes as a candidate for Mag- - our government jnore democratic and has splendid 60 pounds. reputa- our K. C. branch of the L & N. Banks 1.5201.2 Due to other National Banss White bean, 3,715 SI strate, in the first district of Garrard we think is making all elective officers year. He is maintaining his in the Iudl idual deposits subject to check. 161,293 19 Due to State and Private Banks and Castor beans, 45 pounds tion as one of the best editors Certified checks 201 00 Bankers 220 M county, subject to the action of the. responsive to the wishes of the people, 1,317 08 Individual deposits subject to check. 141.597 M Reserved for Taxes.... Clover seed, 60 pounds. state, and in the Messenger is giving Certified Checks democratic party.' 4so 10 markes a new day in the progression to the people of Boyle county one of Timothy seed, 45 pounds. .... 1.513 15 Total t29S.SJ9 17 Reserved for Taxes of our state. The State administra- the livest papers in the bluegrass. j Total UM M Flax seed, 56 pounds. We are authorized to announce tion and the members of the General Wick Blue Flame Oil Stoves. Produces StaieofKentccky.CocntyofGarrard.ss: Millet seeds, 56 pounds. Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Assembly have our heartiest commendaHotter Fire, Uses Less Oil, Gives I. S. C. Denny. Cashier of the above State of Kentucky. County of Garrard, ss : Farmers Untoi Speaking, Peas, 60 pounds. Magistrate in ttfe second district of tion for this democratic measure named bank, do solemnly swear that the above Quicker Results, Simple to Operate, I.JV. F. Champ, Cashier of the above named statemenris true to the best of my knowledge bank, do solemnly swear thatthe above stateBluegrass seed, 14 pounds. Garrard county, subject to the action Mr. Martin who addressed the citiz- Easy to Clean, All Parts Removable and belief. ment is true to the best of my knowledge and 8. C. Denny, Buckwheat, 56 pounds. Cashier. W.F. Champ. Cahier. beJ!if- Interchangeable. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21th Following his characteristic state ens of the county on last Monday af and Subscribed and sworn to before me this'irtth, i. Dried apples, 24 pounds. 1912. W. O. Rlgney. move up and down in a cir day of Feb, day of Feb 1912. The wicks We are authorized to announce Tav- - nient made a week ago that "his hat ternoon in the interest of the Farmers Notary Public. S.C.Denny. Notary Public. . Dried peaches, 39 pounds. Union had as large a crowd as we ever cular movement, which insures an even My Commission expires Feb 17, 19U. Commission Expires January 42. 1916. Roose-istrain the ring'" Col. Theodore lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag-wa- 3 Onions, 57 pounds. Correct Attest : Correct Attest: burning surface. public speaking in the second district of Gar- - velt has addressed a letter to the seven saw gather to hear a W. 31. Elliott. ) B.F.Hudson. ) Bottom onion sets, 36 pounds. When you know that one burner will Autx R. Denny Directors. J Directors, J.S.Johnson, Governors of as many states who re- - in Lancf ster, the large court room be'rardcountv. subiectto the action of 50 pounds. Salt, J. E. STORME3. ) J.J. Walker. ) crowded to its fullest capacity. operate continuously forl5 hours, with cently importuned him to become a ing the democratic party. Stone coal, 70 pounds. The term coal candidate, in which he says that he His remarks created great enthusiasm one gallon of oil, and that the burner includes anthracite, cannel, bituminous you a hotter will accept the nomination if offered and the ranks of the Union received will work faster and give lncasternas no lire department, him, and furthermore that he will ad many more members through his ef- fire, and at the same time use less oil and other mined coal. the safety of the property in the city here to this promise until the conv- forts. The gentleman is well posted than any other "wick" oil stove, .you Bran, 20 pounds, Plastering hair, 8 pounds. citizens tion is held. In consequence of this on fanning and everything that in- can readily see that for efficient results ents fire depends Turnips, 60 pounds. fire equip- - atatement, the followers of the redoubt-me- terests the farmer,-i- s an earnest and and economy in .operation the "New who volunteer tohandle the Unslacked lime. and extinguish the$ flames. Lan- - aMe Colonel all over the country are entertaining talker, and held his audi- Process" Wick Oil Stove is the best . . Corn meal, 50 pounds, to buy. people a habit, proceeding to get busy in his behalf, ence for nearly two' hours. The Union f caster 55 pounds. Fine salt, which if not speedily discontinued, and nromise that who rat- Wfar Mm numbers over a thousand members in Let the dealer show, you the simple Hungarian grass seed, 50 ponnds. wiU leave the owner pf " the property for the nominatiori will surely haye to this county, among the largest of any construction. 'He will be glad to light Ground peas, 24 pounds. good , Amiuca "go mc w u6iii, .in the state; they have under, contemp- Lup a stove and explain all of the nuiwi v.al SOme"ti Orchard grass seed, 14 pounds. to the growing single handed, lation several matters, which, if ,they points; and then comparejit with other ' The Eighth Congressional'Diatrict English bluegrass seed, 14 pounds. 63. ' eastern of attending fires'by telephone; of materialize will redound to the good of makes. Phone " -Hemp'seed, 44 pounds. Ball & Holtzclaw. r hy of our citizens have Kentucky is now composed of thefol "the entire county. , a great. "" " jfc 73 ' 3 s by !T" h. jf C I vT TfUi frjgre .JL -- -- J ILst ra if to-you- ? fe-2- H u Ben-jami- ne 111 mSm PI fm i Ula 27-2- are-provid- ed rpw;n We, the undersigned Republican voters of Garrard County, favor the nomination of Theodore Roosevelt for President of the United States, and urge all other Republicans of this county who vor his nomination to join us in a mass meeting at the Court House at Lancaster, Kentucky, on ATUEDAY, MAEC the W.-M- ri Ec-public- an he NATIONAL BAH National Eaton-Thomps- on BankiiiK-house.fumlturca- e, - l.-- ,l r Legal-tend- Legat-tend- de-plo- ed J Vi-- - -- See The New Process te -- upone .i nt Correct Printing4. g or-yo- ii wS-ref- -- The Central Eecafcd. k A u. -- r icV . ? I" -- , M s . fr ?; i ti 'Li"t. -- - & ,? L-. u Sftjfc ? ; - ." v-- i f5 t X ' 3. ?' . I We Write Any Kind of '- INSURANCE Office at Naticr.al Bank. HE ESCAPED THE GALLOWS ByT. G. MARTIN Copyright by American Press Asso elation. 1911. - .5 ,... - - . . t- - -- . Natural Hltffffcr-&- f f&tx ' T""-- POR i . you fall me' an anrjhltSlan3f "I refer to your mettdd jbf tdrhtali? tatton." "But I have developed the resoaxcea of the land." "Yes. But when you, get tired of the land you take to water." "Whj fa" Jte.'pBfiarJSfax, BEAZLEY &COLL1ER Phone or call on us ' ' H; ' ' at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. gaaPMME 2?aaX33E2S3: agrggfTg - An old sailor was run into bis last port the Pallors' Aftr hi first supper he sat on a honeh outside, tilled a pipe with a short stem and smokpd lugubriously,. Several of Suns-Harbor. High Class Stationery SUCH AS WEAKEST "GO TO THE WALL" Universal Law of Nature for Speciis Is the Survival ef the Flttsst. All- - the Inmates of the institution Hpproarh-ehim, pulling on their own pipes, and eat down near .him. and one of them said to him: "Mate, we uns have made a rule n here that every Jhpwmrar interdii'-ehlsselt by spluuln a yarn. Thm way we can judae him. A man ueneml ly gives hlsself away when lies tellin his sper'eures. ' s :Visiting Cards, Announcements, Monogram Paper, Embossed Letter Heads and Envelopes. SEE We have made arrangements with the ing Post, whereby we can The Central Record FOR ONE Louisville Evening Small From NOW UntiL November the 10th, 1912. BOTH For The SUM Of This"only applies to our patrons who live outside the Post agent city of Lancaster, where located. Money must be paid CASH in advance. J Last Notice To TU tax book for once. our office TO-DA- Y. L Under the new revenue law, the Sheriff is bound to have his Quietus before he can receive 1912, so please call and pay at Don't delay but call at GTBALLARD, "irf "About meself ?' "In course. How can we judge o' you if your yarn's about some oue else?" "Well, here goes." said the newcomer after a few thoughtful whiffs at his Louisville Even pipe. "My yarn happened when was aboard the bark Sarah Rhiki. I was young then and full o' life. and. thnimti you give 1 say it myself, no man could set ainft quicker and hang on tighter, furiin at the same time, than 1 could. But had the misfortune to pet the enmity o' the first officer. MrWtiulipy. and after that my life wasn't wo id livin. He did everything he could n TEAR pet me overboard eiidin tin out t the end of a ynrdarm wli n tin- lm was rollin and cllppiu in Hie e of the seas. Another time non to the bowsprit wtnui ' w;is-- c into ered with' ice nmf pokin' Its-- it !. every wave that came along. one day he knorkcu me down wi.ti a mnrlinsplkc. and I p.cki a up a capo n . bar and hit him on tin old tetiuw torn: nis pipe out ot The rs his mouth, corked ins eye at ui t lie Miup iimumh w .. and asked it -i it a locker toi mm ret that it was. he proceeded "1 wa desperate anil d!dn i kiiv cra ked nll;tiii. how hard i smn-K- . "and he died the same a teruoon. tu course I was put in irons to he took'Mi until mutiny into pori and tried-t- or and murder cither one o widen, as you mates, is enoiiph to hanp a no Louisville " is man. know, t "There wasn't a seaman aboard didtrt like it iiciaii-- e la downed the mate and pol rid o tilm. llie cap tain and the other uffirer dldn t think that way They didn f neiieve in mutiny nohow, and they wa iwiind to nrlnp me to tnai. I'hey didn t kuow who tp trust to puard me in the nnp but if didn't make mum' dideren e. for so loop us we were at -- ea was no way o' pittin' ashore, even it l had my liberty. But th" a ternooii after 1 killed the mate m puaru. .is soon as hp was put on watch, put nis tlnper aside nis noe. ana he saia in a whisppr: "'Mate, we seamen bus been a way to pit you out o nanpin We're neann' the coast, and the mate you killed is to hp Duried at two hells tomorrer moruin". Hes sewed up in dis hammock now. with a ten pound shot tied to his ankles. Say the word and we'll take him out and put you In. We kin pive you a sharp knife to cut yerselt out with, some cork from the lirehoats. a bottle o water aii some hernugs. "1 told him I'd rutber die that way than be swlngin' at a rope's end. and I might git picked up. So that night when the men that was my friends wns on watch they tuk off the irons, give me the things, tyin' the corks around my body under the arms, the herrings In a bag the sallmaker bad got up for the purpose around my waist, a bottle o water hung from the waist between my tegs, and the knife I put In my pocket Then they watched their chance to git rid o' the mate's - delin-qufen- ts body and after dumpln' it overboard put me in the hammock and sewed me up. In the mornln', soon after two bells struck, 1 beard footsteps on. the deck, nobody sayin notbln' and then, quiet for awhile, when the captain's voice sounded solium readin' the burial service. This was more'n I'd counted on. I knew I'd probably die, but I objected to the burial service bein' read over me before I was dead. "Howsomever, 1 lay still, ajxd when 1 -- THE CENTRAL RECORD. Ask For Samples. us just to show What ner last great painting was like?" He led the way to the cheerless closed parlor, and David stood before a panel picture which hung upon the walL His face brightened at the first Eketch of an apple tree laden with spring blossoms, their white petals daintily tinged with pink. Nell had always loved these blooms. Then folShe Would Not Willingly lowed a second sketch of the same tree. Now numberless rosy cheeked Acknowledge Defeat fcpples showed among Its green leaves. At the last picture David turned suddenly to the old man: By AGNES G. BROGAN "She Is not happy." he said, with conT Copyright by American Press Asso- - $ viction, it was the tree in winter. elation, 1911. T r Btandlng harp and desolate, ita naked VTTTTTTTTVTVTTTTTTTTTVVTrt branches pointing to n leaden sky. nnd The stranger stood upon the station beneath thp picture was one written platform and looked down a vista of As thp train carrlpd him upon his blossoming apple trees toward the vil homeward journey David gazed gloomlape. He was apparently a prosperou ily Into space "She Is not happy." man of the world, but with the brcaiii hp repeated. Mwh work had accumuof these spring blossoms a subt.e lated durinp his absence, and as hp change passed over his tired tace. pnterea an office building several dtya softening Its careworn lines. after his arrival he recollected an Im"Carry your satchel, sir?" A baic-foo- t portant business letter which must have a prompt reply and Immediatelad approached him eagerly. "Why, yes." the stranger answered ly sought tbe office of a public stenographer. "Miss Marparet Owen" was "you may. Now. can you lead me t the name inscribed in gilt above tbe the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. PapeV Th.doorway, and as David entered a stout old place. I suppose live in o,Id man passed out. The stenogra"Sure." the lad responded. He shift" pher's sanctum was separated from ed the valise to his other hand "Say." the outerroom by heavy curtains, he asked, "do you know Mis3 Sell ?" . which parted presently to admit the "I knew her long ago," the man gray clad figure of a dainty little woman. A great bunch of apple blossoms slowly replied. were fastened at her belt David saw "Before she was an artist?" the blossoms before he mpt the steady The stranger smiled. "Yes," he an- light of her clear blue eyes. swered musingly. "Nell!" he cried sharply. She drew "Miss Nell's just about the nicest back hastily. person in the world." said the boy. "David!" she breathed. An odd smile played about the man's he "It Is good to see you. lips. "I agree with you." he said. "A said, stammeiinp In bis Joy like a schoolboy. recent trip around the world has "Never expected to find I am looking for a public me In that opinion. She is the you here. stenographer." nicest person." The little gray figure retreated to"That's Page's house," the boy an ward the curtain: then Miss Nell nounced, and his eyes widened as be glanced at the silver piece which, the laughed tremulously. "L too, wished to engage Miss Owen's services," she stranger pressed into his grimy palm. "Look here;" he suggested, "I'll said, "but have learned that she will trot that satchel back up the hill J not be here this afternoon." The man stood looking at her fora when you are ready to go." moment; then with a quick stride he A host of memories were awakened as the man raised the knocker and crossed tbe room. "Nell," he entreated, "grant me a waited in the vine wreathed porch. few moments alone. Is your office or The door was opened presently by a littie oia iaay, wno peerea unoeuev- - studio in this building?" "Yes," she answered, and her tone ingly into his face. Then her voice was quite composed, "I am located rose quaveringly. "David," she said "David, is it real- here, David, but when we have congratly you?" A tall, white haired old man ulated each other upon our phenomenal appeared at her joyous cry, and to- success" she smiled up at him "then gether, laughing and talking, they it will be wiser to shake hands simply and say goodby. You have been drew him into the house. "How many years have you been successful. David?" gone, David ten or twelve? And, my, "I suppose so, Nell," he said. "At how you have got on! We read every least I have made some money. That One of those articles of yours in the spells success, does it not?" David city papers describing them foreign caught his breath sharply and hurried folks and places in such an interesting oh: "My life has been like that famous way. And do the papers really pay picture of yours, Nell. There have your expenses all over the world just been blossoms along the way, of so you can write. for 'em?" course, but the blossoms never lasted "It's like Nell," the old lady inter- long, while the fruit of my labors posed. "She can sell pictures Just as that's the money is garnered away fast as she can paint them. Course , somewhere. I don't seem to enjoy It Nell isn't rich yet, but she sends us So now there is nothing but the bare money every week, and she has had tree with its naked branches. 'Bereft' this house fixed over to be more com- isn't that what you call it?" fortable for us, David, as you can The girl drew farther back against see. It was a bit hard for her at first the curtains. Her face had grown very studying alone in the city Just a bit white. hard, but Nell has made her way." "I must speak, Nell," David said "You were wrong, my boy, when you tensely. "I have waited too long to thought she had no talent," the old miss this chance. Fame is not a satisman said gravely. "Nell never quite fying thing, dear, and now that I bow forgave you for discouraging her in humbly before you, acknowledging that way, and she determined she'd your skill and your triumphs, won't show you." you come and All this empty life of David Phillips sighed. "I was a hot mine with happiness? I do not, ask headed young fool," he said. "It was the sacrifice of your beautiful dreams, reprehensible to me at the time that dear one.- - I crave but the privilege to Nell should choose an uncertain ca- care for you, to be near you. Will you reer in preference to the love and" de- come?" votion of a lifetime. However, I tried "No," she answered gently, "no, Dato atone for my hasty words. I sought vid, for I must always dream my her out in the city, as you know, " haunting the art classes and begging dreams alone." David turned abruptly to go. As he her upon every occasion to alter that door thrust open to cruel decision until at length she dls- - reached the same it was old gentleman, Btout my admit the appeared, annoyed, no doubt by topersistency, and I have never seen her who waved a fat band in greeting ward the figure huddled against the since. When you refused to enlighten me as to her whereabouts I concluded curtains'." "Miss "glad he that it was because Nell bad forbid- you here.Owen," yon cried, finish to find now Will that inyou to answer my- letters. Then den terrupted dictation?" when opportunity offered I Returning to New York, I The old man's query was met with could not resist stopping over for an silence, while Nell's sweet face changhour or two to see you both and per- ed from white to crimson in the most alarming manner. David hesitated a haps to. hear news of Nell." moment uncertainly; then his puzzled "She is well," the mother said "When you lost trace of expression gave way to one of. sudden her, David, Nell went to New York. enlightenment "Beg pardon, sir," he asked the beShe is still there. We have her house address, but I may not give It to you. wildered old man, "but is this lady Her heart was in this artist's career, generally known as Miss Owen, the David, and sometimes I think she public stenographer?' knew that you alone had power to "Certainly," the man responded, "she is Miss Owen." make her give It up." David's laugh rang out boyishly. "In mighty proud of Nell," the "W.eare added hastily. "Would. you that case," he said, '1 will have to a. little waer colpg.sbft aest keep yen watting wkU I diacMS-a- -! 1 and the - -- n-- Post - t V jje.-m- HEK CAREER ue-r-e- it-- in m- wJL.O I word-"Bor- pft" tn-i- J th-ir- e - the-sam- e con-stiltl- n' "In a community of 'foxea tie! znp conning fox would survive; in a pack of wolves the wiliest and strongest wolf; while In a community of ants, those that had the least power of Intelligent would he thte first to become extinct And it is equally obvious that the Interpretation of the world selection must vary In every grade of life, with evsry rise In intelligence Intelligence being, la normal circumstances, the prime factor which determines selection. Our garden roses would soon degenarat were not the selective intelligence of the gardener brought Into play. Hence, Intelligence whether or brought into play from without la obviously one of the conditions which determine fitness. But there are even higher determining conditions than intelligence, for intelligence alone may manifest Itself In mere cunning. The qualities of prudence, temperance, fidelity, sympathy, for a common good all these are amongst the determining condi' er business matTef with Miss Owen. tions 6f fitness, for a people that I will not detain you long." he added these qualities will always be ablehas to in a low tone as the stenographer tim- hold its own against an Imprudent idly followed him Into her private sanc- - Intemperate, unfaithful, unsympaturn. thetic and selfish people." Ramsden Then when the curtains had been Balmforth. carefully adjusted he caught the little gray figure up in a masterful embrace. while the crushed blossoms gave forth A New One on Her. a dying fragrance. There was recently presented to a "So." he said breathlessly, "this is newly married young woman In Balwhat you have been doing all along, timore such a unique domestic propoworking away here night and day in sition that she felt called upon to order to send them money at home, seek expert advice from another woburying your aspirations under a cloak man whom she knew to possess conof deceit that they might not be disap- siderable talent in the cooking line. pointed in your career and living un- "Mrs. Jones." said the first men. der an assumed name so that they may tioned young woman as she breathnever learn of your sacrifice. Girl, lessly entered the apartment of the girl, how could you do it?" latter. "I'm sorry to trouble yo, but "Ail your prophecies came true. Da- I must have your advice." "What Is the trouble, my dear?" vid." she said. "I was a complpte fail"Whyv I've just had a phone mesure as far as art was concprned; even when I tried to pass off my paintings sage from Harry saying that he Is as 'impressionist pictures' they would going out this afternoon to shoot clay not take them." Her little smile of pigeons. Now. he's bound to bring a mockery vanished "I could not bear lot home, and I haven't tbe remotest to disillusionize them at home." she Idea how to cook them- - Won't you continued. "The faith of those two old please tell me?' Lippincott's. people was a thing that one could not A Ready Reckoner. llphtly destroy, and so ! drifted on for Irish There are no until the weaving of the wonderful tales I wrote became my chief delight wit A "jarvey" drove Mr. Phil May. and the game of 'make believe a sub- the wonderful English artist In black and white, now dead, round Dublin on stitute for the reality." "I have been too yielding and pa- his first visit to that city and In show tient with you always. Nejl. Hence- ing him the sights stopped in front of the Bank of Ireland. forth you shall be managed-dictat- ed "That sorr." said he. "Is th recip-ticl- e to. We will go back to the old farm lv th' money th' English take and tell them all that you have found love to be a far greater power than fr'm us!" On the roof of the building are six art and then then we shall be mars; self-sacrifi- ce -- V ! -- I cul-de-sa- cs ried. Shall we, Nell? Do you under- stand?" l." "If you please." came an Impatient voice from the opposite side of the cur tain, "have you taken that young man's dictation?" And as Nell appeared the stout gentleman blinked in surprise at her ra-- i diant facp. "Yps." slip answered dp mureiy, "1 believe I B I Lily con-Arm- 1 have." YOUR DRUGGIST STOPS THAT ITCH If you are suffering from Eczema, Psoriasis or any other kind of skin trouble, drop into our store for instant relief. We will guarantee you to stop that itch in two seconds. A 25c trial bottle will prove it We have sold other remedies for skin troubles, but none that we could recommend more highly than the well known compound of Oil of "Winter-gree- n, Thymol and a few other ingredients that have wrought such cures all over the country. This compound, known as D. D. D. Prescription, will cool and heal the Itchy, burning skin as nothing else can. Get a regular bottle and see on our offer, won-tferf- ul no-pay J all R E. McRoberts & Son "IHZBE ABB ONI.T STX." TOO MUCH LOVE Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but DENN'S SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures you. Our discoverer, ten years a miserable sufferer with the above troubles, and RHEUMATISM for years, was cured in one week. Tc prove our remedy, while they last, regular size bottles only 25c at Stormes Drug Store. SHERIFF GARRARD COUNTY. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capitol $50,000. A. R. DENNY, $Surplus 25,000. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't R. T-- the skipper got through 1 felt myself lifted up. laid on an inclined plank and skidded off into the water. "D'ye know, mates, that was a mighty mean feelln', a weight bangin' to my ankles, draggin' me down. But I didn't have no time to be thinkin'. If I didn't cut the shot loose quick enough I'd go down where the water pressure would keep me down. Besides, I couldn't bold my breath more than fifty seconds, though I'd been practicln' doin o it. 1 whipped 'out my knife, ripped open the hammock, got my arms out and cut the cord in about twenty seconds."' "The bag fell off while I was rlsln'. There was a danger that I'd be seen from the ship. So I was, but this had been perwided for. As soonas I was slid off some of my friends tuk. up the attention o' one o the officers, and nobody saw me except men who was in the plot "I floated on the water all that day and the next. I'd bad a good breakfast before bein' b'isted overboard and didn't eat nothln' till evenin', when I pulled out 'some herring from the pouch around my belt and took a little water. I saw several ships that day, but none on m came near enough to balk- - The next day one passed me about a mile away. Another, twelve hours later, bretty near run me down. I yelled, and they took me aboard." decorative figures, and Mr. May Inquired what they represented. "Begorra, sorr, they're th twilve apostles." "But" said Mr. May, "there are only six." "Sure, I know that" returned the jarvey. "Th other wans are lnnchta wid th lord Jlftinant" Administrator's Sale. As Administrator of the estate of the late Alex Gibbs, I will on THURSDAY, MARCH 14THfc 1912 J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. . Embry, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Stormes, S. C. Denny, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer $ at 10 o'clock a. m. at the farm of S. L. Gihbs on the Kirksville pike, three miles from Hyattsville and six railes from Lancaster, sell at public auction, to the highest and best bidder, the fol lowing described stock and property. One horse mule, 3 mare mules. 2 srood mule colts, 1 three year old eeldine bv Judge Parker, 1 brood mare in foal to Jack, 1 aged saddle mare, 1tged brood. mare. - V . W. O. Ri$ney Electric Bitters Funeral Director and Embalmer. Office Phone 18. Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female, weaknesses they are the supreme remedy, as thousands have testified. went-abroad- . fal-tering- I y :- Home Phone 33. it is the best medicine ever sold "over FOR KIDNEY-LIVEAND STOMACH TROUBLE R hHBLbUHisSisIIm L One good new wagon, a eood new runabout and harness and an, old one, Office Phone 31. Residence Phone all the farming implements, etc. used on his farm. One-ha- lf interest in 2 stacks of hay in the field and a lot of. LANCASTER, KY. hay in the barn. Also iater,-e-st d in about 300 barrels of corn aadesa half interest in 2 stacks, of oats. TERMSr-Allsuma$MlQ0 and wi der, cash in hand, oyer- - that atneunt, tbe terms will be made luaeE; a-- the " date of sale. two-thirof -- TUif S. L. GIBBS,, AeW., of kacl . " Lanciiter, Ky. a druggist's counter. Id-ma- llkeje For Sale Privately:-60- 0 subject to division. acre j, -, j-- j i. . .gvi. . .a)&S3. .ti vTfiSE-- i -- " V' " ljBralIiIflMp.'jTa .. . -- k&J.qm. Neighbor T-- O v - GO THE 1 m sT1 " -- - -- -' GLORIOUS HAIR. A fierce Night Alarm. alrc. lEfJarSJrUlfjrL&LiaJ Si Huudceds Of Lancaster Citizens Can Tell You All About I!, For Every Womaa Who Waits kr irjjfcrtljfifl Creamer FOR - GO A L -- I I' g "Straight Creek," "Bennett M Block" and "Hermatige 6 ' Cannel." I ' Horca AMorssmant- - -- tho public expression of Lancssterpeople, should be beydnd dispute for every evidence Lancaster reader, of the merit of Doan's Kidnev Pills. Surely the ex perience of friends and neighbors, cheerfully given.by 'them, will carry more weitrht than the utterances of y places strangers residing in Read the following:. George Wright,.Stanford St.,. Lancaster. Kv.. savs: "I have never known of a better kidney remedy than Doan's Kidney Pills. Last fall my back ached a great deal and my kid- noys were badly disordered, the kidney secret ons being scanty and painful in passage. I fortunately had Doan's Kidney Pills brought- to my ateention anJ getting a box at Frisbie's Drug Store, I began their use. They relieved me promptly and in return for the benefit I received, I am wi ling fsr-awa- jAnywoipan whp neglfj&& hgr tyiz cannot sxfcect 5a haro as lo.7e.iy hair as the woman who doesn't. Wash the hair once n week, use PAR your jjgjj. ISIA SAGE daily-k- eep brush clean and in a few days you will give your hair a beautiful lustre that Each the best in its CJass. H. V. BASTIN. ISflrlgJIInJii that my nanle should be used in recommending them. My advice to all sufferers from kidney trouble is to give Doan's Kidney Pills a trial." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 n Co., Buffalo, cents. New York, sole acents for the United Foster-Milbur- JlrlWiJWiIliMpMpM 'gMfHiMD States. Remember the name '(5 take no other. CONFIDENT AS TO Doan's and lm FUTURE I s I a 6c Prevent rather than Cure I 1 disease among your Horses,Hogs Cows. Use I I International Stock egro Bridegroom Asked Parson Who Performed Ceremony to Walt Until the Bride Got a Job. M R. E. McRoberts C& Son. W0MM&M'0mM0l) MXXX3Xe)X 3 e& 1 1 I We sell a 25 pound bucket for $2.85. Smaller sizes at regular prices. e r Bring Your ---" L ' Tobacco. TO LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE i The pastor of a large Baptist church in a neighboring city, whose congrpga tion included many negroes, received recently a call from a young colored man and woman on matrimony bent The man had been a shiftless person and the woman was known as Indus triotis The preacher noticed that the bridegroom was all spruced up and concluded that the bride had made a proper member of society out of him. so he went ahead with the ceremony with a good deal of satisfaction a He had it in mind not fee from these lowlv members of his flock, but the bridegroom, with a beaming face, handed over the usual small envelope and departed with his Dinah before the preacher could proWhen the pastor opened the test envelope later he read this note "Dear Pastor I am sorrv I cannot ray you a fee now for uniting me in wedlock but I spent all I had on wed ding cfctl'es I will send you the money lust as soon as Dinah gets to " INDIGESTION GOES work again." The preacher got a fee later from a very grateful Dinah, who seemed to Sourness, Heaviness, Belching and Stomthink it proper that she should pay. ach Distress Quickly Fades Away. and was overcome with surprise when Magical is what you need the fee was given back to her as a for any disturbed condition of the stom weddin? rresent ach. stomach tablets will drive VAPOR TREATMENT all the poisonous gases from your stom For Catarrh, Colds, Coughs, Sore Throat ach and make your stomach strong enough to digest any food. And Bronchitis. For any ailment caused by weak stomach such as sick headache, dizzi Everybody knows that breathing HY- ness, nervousness, lack of efficiency, OMEI a few times a day through the all in feeling, sleeplessness. little haid rubber pocket inhaler will in that tired bau areams or uau stomach the morn i short time drive out catarrh. ing after too much drinking for all Many people regularly use the vapor these ailments nothing on earth can treatment at night in conjunction with surpass Large box for 50 the inhaler, claiming that it hastens re cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son and to-acr- ept ! MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- you will be proud of. PARISIAN SAGE is a most reliable hair tonic: so reliable that R. E. & Son guarantees it to eradi- trouble." So do thousands of others, cate dandruff, stop falling hair and itch So may you. Asthma, Hay Fever. Whooping Cough, Hemorrh; ing scalp, or money back. ages 'fly before it, 50c and i.00 ' Trial It should be used as a dressingby, every member of the family because it bottle free. Sold by R. E. McRoberts lm keeps the scalp clean, prevents hair & Son. from turning gray and baldness. Large bottle 50 cents. Faith In Their Cause. You will have no use for ordinary preIf they are thrice armed who have parations after once giving" delightful their quarrel just, then ladles' tailors must be the most righteous persons PARISIAN SAGE a trial. who ever invited a lawsuit, for they have confidence enough In their own .IKED CONTACT WITH GOLD cause to employ women lawyers At a meeting of law school graduates Pncullar Vagaries That Have Affectec who have worked up a lucrative pracMen Possessed of Sudden and tice, four women declared that their Great Wealth. first clients were tailors. "A ladles' tailor who does good work A Parisian Journalist who had sppc prefers a woman lawyer." said one. uiated in railway shares won 200.000 "She has a knowledge of clothes that francs as the result of a lucky ven- no mere man can ever hope to acture Drawing It In gold, he proceed- quire, and ir the gown fought over Is ed to a hotel, empt!ed the bags of gold a half-wadecent piece of workmanIn the bed and went to sleep litership she will be able to convince a ally in the sands of Pactolus The Judge and jury of Its merits every man was bo crazed by his good for. time Then, there Is something to be tune that he found Indescribable gained in the advertising line, always pleasure In reveling in a golden bath provided, of course, that the tailor Is Paganlni, the violinist, when he re- worthy of patronage. lor the lawyer ceived the propeeds of his concerts will give him an order for her own (he insisted upon being paid in gold), suit and recommend him to Irlends." used to wash his hands In soyereigns A French novelist, Soulie, wrote a book called "The Memoirs of the Devil." It was successful; the pub- I'shers paid him for the first volume j $10,000 In gold. The author carried the gold to bis bedroom, poured it Hortense Cavalla, was known as the into a teat bath, and enjoyed for naif t most beautiful woman in Europe. an hour the excltemen1 of moving his feet to and fro In a bath of gold coins, j It was common knowledge that a smoking meanwhile tne biggest or nrince of the roval blood, heir to the throne of one of the oldest European Havanas A great countries was so enamored with her Chicago merchant r wealth, believing certain symptoms In- charms, that he had repeatedly offered dicated that he would become insane, to marry her and relinquish his kingconsulted a specialist and under his dom. advice became an Inmate of a private She was the envy and despair of all asylum For twelve years there his the ladies of the court as the men had recreation was piling up gold coins eyes for no one but her in her presence. and then knocking them over At times he washed his hands in gold And whilii her figure and feature were eagles and ha'f eagles At the end of beautiful it was the surpassing lovelithe" long seclusion h returned to his ness of her complexion which was her business and in twelve months con- greatest charm. firmed the horoitRhneFS of his reco Her skin was as white as alabaster, ery by amassing $500,000. smooth and velvety of texture and her color rich and warm, rts La-Grip. Is ths. hoarse, startling cough of a child Tll suddenly attacked by croup. Often It 'aroussd. Lewis Chamhjin of Manchester .0.. (6, R. No 0). far thair four children were greatly subjected to croup. "Some time.s in severe attacks," he wrote 'we were airam tney would die, out since we proved what a certain remedy Dr. King's New Discovery is, we have no fear. We rely on it for croup and for coughs, colds or any throat or luug "pi cu V L L II . . i ii i v" I - i m r i'J i LiLL products-o- f i! IB Am & It is easy for the housewife when she - makes bread from the the . m ni fiarrart ijnljfi ijafftilfriysj HI J91 fl liilitP -B- SiSi, -as l m Lancaster, Kentucky. ii r0MfMMMiWM - B. F. HUDSON, President. y J. S. JOHNSON. Vice PresC ORGANIZED 18S3. ie Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. 6 CAPITAL, S50.000. W. O. RlGNEY, SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. ' 2 g f- Ass't Cash'r. r. The Secret Is Out, Business Solicited. J. Pronopn Attention. - 'i S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. jfc ' it :ii by the operation. vl &&h. Ls&.&itZzPtsiZifii&cfriift&iii We Carry Lumber A STI3iTB; !sK i that makes the man who buys and uses it proud of good judg ment in coming here. For our Lumber goes far- Sz0 V l; No Greasy Face Cream For Rer What Did She Use? That was the question so many peo ple were dying to know. Cavalla ' would not tell and others could not tell the secret, because they did not know. Just how a certain Chemist discovered her secret would make an interesting story alone, one we have not the space to tell; suffice it to say that money could not buy her famous recipe and one of the conditions was thatfit should never be sold in Europe where her envious rivals could obtain it. ther and lasts longer than four times the poorer, un- - 'SfSlIlS SKSvj? 1 5 seasoned kind. The next time you need Lumber of any kind from beams to shingles, try ours. We will both gain II Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co, !! r sults. Stanford Street. Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales, No Commission to Pay. Telephone 186. We buy yonr Tobaceo at Highest Market Price and unload the same day. This is a vapor treatment; Into a bowl three quarters full of boiling water pour a scant teaspoonful of HY- OMEI cover head and bowl with towel and breathe for five minutes the sooth ing, healing, antiseptic HYOMEI vapor Try it when using HYOMEI for any nose orlhroat ailment. HYOMEI is guaranteed by It. E. Mc Roberts & Son to put an end to catarrh or money back. A bottle of HYOMEI costs 50 cents; a complete outfit, which includes inhaler, $1.00. Her Reason. "Why did you lead me on to propose to you?" he asked, on the night of the dance. "Why did you encourage me if you intended to refuse me?" "You do me a greatinjustlce," she unswered. "What have I ever done to make you think that I loved you?" "When you danced with the other men," ho replied, "you kept them at arms' length But when you danced with me you leaned on my shoulder you almost let me carry you." "That was to keep my feet off the floor so that you wouldn't step on my toes. You are a veiy bum dancer, you know. Have you no other rea druggests everywhere. THIS BRIDEGROOM SAT DOWN She Used A Face Retenoid The Siloron Mf 'g Co. has been organized to manufacture her famous recipe and they have termed it after the i Didn't See Why He Should Stand While the Bride Plighted Her Troth at the Altar. They strolled Into the parsonage of suburban town In New Jersey and asked to get married They were from back in the country and both seemed anxious to get tho ceremony over and done with and get hack to their work. Thrifty young people, or German blood, they were, with no time" to waste-o- n foolishness. The minister called In hi wife and servant to witness the ceremony and proceeded promptly. He had the couple stand before him, asked the usual preliminary questions, and then. got from the bridegroom the pledge that tied him for life "to the bride. He had just started with "Do you take this man," when he was astonished to see the brideeroom walk1 over to a sofa an' tmly sit down. "What do you mean by that?" asked the minister. "Don't you want to finish the ceremony?" "Sure," said the bridegroom. "But you're through with me. I've said my part, and I'll sit here until she says hers. I'm tired." "You'll come back here and stand up until It Is over," said the parson in. some heat v The man got up and came back. His bride had not minded bis action In the least. After they had gone the minister spoke bis mind: "The woman is going io get the worst of that matrimonial bargain." And for once his wife agreed with him. a -- properties it possesses, "ALABAS-TROL- ." sons?" "The story told above is true in every particular Tvith the single exception of the famous European .Beauty's name as she does not want newspaper-notoriety- .Alabastrol is something entirely new; not a face powder, neither a lotion, nor a Cream. Yet possesses the properties of all to a more intense degree accomplishing far better results in a shorter space of time. Why use face creams if you only offset their beneficial properties a moment later through the application of skin drying face powders of , often doubtful origin? Powders blow off, soil your clothes and give your face a chafed appearance at once indicating their use. Tis not so with Alabastrol, it is rubbed into the skin much as you would a cream (only after its use you won't need any creams) "and in a few seconds the beneficial and essential oils are ab sorbed by the skin and presto New Note The Skin II Jti JAC CARDS MT VSi THE Just landed GREAT HUPMOBILE. Zemo Makes Astonishing Eczema Cures. 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. ass No. 1. "WE PROVE IT." Every day ZEMO gives relief and cures men, women and children in every city and town in America whose skins are on fire with torturing ECZEMA rashe3 and'other itching, burning; scaly, and crusted skin and scalp humors. ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP, two refined preparations give you such quick relief that you feel like a new person. We give you three reasons why recommend and endorse ZEMO ZEMO SOAP for all akin and scalp Not oily or greasy appearing, but a dull velvety looking smooth surface will be reflected to you from your mirror a truly alabaster like effect and what is more will remain that way for hours and, no one will be able to detect its us,e will will Kills A Murderer. A merciless murderer is Appendicitis BliHlflfE receiving! A Garrard Bank and Trust Company x """" Tknnnoifn. ai OU. illc i has many advantages beside the safety of his i money. He can put notes and drafts in for collection,borrow money on .acceptable security, call on the bauk 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. The Garrard Bank l.t- - & Trust Company. vf with many victims, but Dr. King's New Life Pills kill it by prevention we and They gently stimulate stomach, liver er- and bowels, preventing that clogging uptions. that invites appendicitis, curing Con 1st. They are clean, scientitic prep- stipation, Headache, Billiousness, Chills arations that give universal satisfac- 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm tion and are pleasant and agreeable to use at all times. JT4 2nd. They are not experiments, but tsite?' proven cures for every form of skin are t or scalp affections whether on infants IK ttfG or grown persons. 8rd, They work on a new principle. They do not glaze over the surface, but we.tellyoaUow, and pay best market they penetrate to the seat of the trou prices. "We are dealers: 'established J a 1So6; and can do BETTER for you ble and draw the germ-liffrom under iui"il acrenis or commission mrr. ;hants. References anv banlclatou- neath the skin and destroy it. In this Jtovllle. Write tor weekly price llst way a complete euro is effected in any rVJ. SftBELA SON9 , & 35 E. Marfet , LWHMRIE. KT., case of SKIN OR SCALP ERUPITION Dealer? in ruas. Hi"", yroou- Endorsed and sold-iLancaster by I the McRoberts & Son .Drug Store,- We do not claim that all can possess the beauty of Cavalla but we do claim that any one may obtain a beautiful complexion by using Alabastrol. Now remember our claims are not the origination of a fertile mind as the Siloron Mf 'f Co. is incorporated under the laws of the State of Colorado and that Alabastrol is guaranteed under the U. S, Pure Food & Drug Act $o contain Have Your Cards Made Early. We are Jbetter prepared than ever before. GIVE tfS- - A CALL. siurtfcY iv TRrBn 227-29-- e nothing but the purest ingredjents, and is manufactured under modern and hygienic methods; Alabastrol is healing and antiseptic in effeet, and though it has been on the market but a short time everyone who has used it says it is 4,The Moat Perfect Complexion feeautifier and Mail Orders from all over the country are 'pouring in. We send "Alabastrol" in plain wrap per "to any address in the TJV S, on re- iSeipt of 50 Cent Silver. Tie SjbrM JfeCi. The Central INCORPORATED. Record. KENTUCKY, LANCASTER, n " s. " t'jf.v r j' , a- - ffc " -- 3L J2 It -- -:.. -- n . K - -- - -- i 1 r J. trr - ... I . li J Winn f.i v 'f " . ' "" . . ;,"" m - ' I c ' f ww pi in I" ? j. . Vnii (Ft io g x flr xSj fat l2ik i a 1 . -- 3. n -- LJ sa pascssHEf 0 jJ4e33(S If Our Expert Lady Tailor will be here on i nupoiriQV u . i? with a complete line of the Newest Spring Models in Suit! X, r4rId WM ho has tontlon to business s.nd r-- p?oa.J. obpr CUQaP will. cu.muutii a Tytcry in ni vunco ot inn wieresis 6 1 LHo was a whole wuled sonorous, hear-- 1 whom-h- e 11 Connected in a husincE?. jgMrs. J. R. Mount is convaicficont J ted young man. Many friends will deep-- 1 wav. he had inven evidence of those at- after quite a siege with tonsilitis. ly sympathy with the stricken family tributes which go to the making of-- a i eat, j because of his death. His wifo, par- - successful Uwiness man, but He who . to DanMrs. Sarah Hurt has been Sanders. . ents and several brothers and sisters iloeth all thing well decreed that his , days to relaville for a visit of several ....J A oriel menu n 01. me vanning ana j J Mrs. Victor Sanders died at her survive him. career should be of short dura- tives. Co.rigs Ly ihoss viz Are Interested In, rf j home near Marksbury Tuesday morntion, and the early manhood which gave , rfH Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is in Danville ing and her remains were interred in EiX!533RSEJUJ II Tribbfc. aoch faplewlkl promise was not allowed for a visit of several weeks to Mr. and the Lancaster cemetery Wednesday ' toJrtac.h purity. Mrs. Genieve Tribble, wife of Mr. W R. Cook is at home Tifter several Mrs. W. C. Price. morning. The deceased was a daugh3 " " he is survived by IJohn L. TribKe. diwJ at the ramilv months stay Columbus, Ga. ter of Mr. J. Wesley Sutton who le- - home, "ur t,,,tera- - Mrd- - w- - K- - Lackey, of and Helen Gill are in Misses Martha lour and on half mile from I Dr. J. A, Amon was in Lexington Covington for a visit to Mrs. George Su'es near Lancaster on the Danville caster on the Richmond pjke, hwfc Mls- - Brent Metcalfe of pike. She had been. married but "about the latter part of last week. day afternoon. Mrs. Tribble had boeniHoward " Misses Bertha and Bettie A. McRoberts. fourteen months. She is survived hy a long and patient sufferer from a com-- 1 Walker Burnside of this place, and Miss Roll a Arnold was in Stanford ' ,ff0th-.- . Miss Pearl Hamm left Wednesday her husband and a two weeks old babe. plication of diseases, Mr. Richard Barnstdo Acey. ami the end was three for a visit td Mrs. J.-for a visit to her brother Mr. Charles of Kans wl Messrs Joe and mei with that christian fortitude which 'Jr Peace. George Barkley Walker of Nicholas-vill- e Hamm in Wilmore. iTerey Cttrn9M of Lancaster, has marked her long illnaa. After v;as a recent visitor in Lancaster. Mr. J. S. Peace has received infor- funeral services bv Rev. C. C. Brown ' 0n Wednesday afternoon after fun- The many friends of Mrs. W. H. .w Miss Angie Kinnaird of the D. & D. Wherritt will be glad to learn that as mation of the death of his mother at the iKimn k. r t er services at the family home con- u Institute. Danville was at home Satur the Record goes to press her condition t which occured in Mounds Okla. on the Richmond Tuesday morninjr for inter ducUni by Rtv C. C. Brown, followed by a long hne of sorrowing friends and 25th day of last January, Her remains ment. day. shows a marked improvement. were brought back to her home at airs, l noble .? years of age a u was relatives, all that was mortal of the Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond, Mrs. the daughter of Mr. ami Mm. WiiKnin lamented young man was taken to the and wife Marshall Mo. for interment. Judge Lewis L. Walker is the guest of Misses Jane and Mary arrived home Sunday from a two weeks Peace was seventy years of age at the Brown of Lowell, and was a noble Lancaster cemetery and placed beside Doty. wno nae preceaea stay in Florida and Cuba. They were time of her death, and 'for 50 year3 of christian woman, one who will be. sadly imm ,ovea on Miss Emma Hughes Hays of Stan- accompanied home by Miss Nancy who her life she had been a consistent mem-!- missed, not along from her hoire circle h,ra to th Great Bond- of the Baptist church. She is sur- but tiom tho community m w;hich ford is with Mr. and Mrs. James A. has been spending the winter in Flortaru Of laankS. She was dwelt ana where she was heki in the Beazley. ida and who accompanied them on their vived by eight children. born in Bell county Ky., but removed highest esteem, which was evinced by We take this means of expressing Fisher Herring was in Danville re- trip to Cuba to Lincoln where she resided for about the number of peoile who aecocnpaiied our gratitude to the people of the town cently to see his sister Mrs. Jesse thirteen years, but a few years since her lemains to Richmond, scarcely a and county for their great liberality Walden. she moved to Missouri, making her tamily In Memoriam in trie entire auriounding neigh- - frnd kindne&s to us. In the fire which Mrs. J. W. Acey of 'Stanford has home at Marshall. She had gone to borhood but sent one or more members destroyed our dwelling last week we Entered into her rest on the 25th. Mounds Okla to spend the winter with been with her parents Mi, and Mrs. to show this nobte kn-- t our all, hut the kind hearted people of Februrary 1912 Mrs. Genieve Tribble her son, Mr E. A. 'Peace, and it was WOlndn. their respect Hughes. j.f lw pmnmnnitv enmo nrhltr tn She was the daughter of Capt.. Wm. at his home that the death summons Besides the sorrowing husbaud, Mrs rescue. Joseph and Napoleon Hines. Di W. R. Burnside of Barboursville Brown of Lowell Ky. In her young has been a recent guest of Lancaster womanhood she became the wife of reached her. Mrs. Peace has many Tribble luavea eight children, ranging friends in Garrard, Lincoln and Bell in ages irom two to eighteen years of Card Of Thanks. relatives. John L. Tribble. To them were born counties who will grieve to learn of age, to mourn her loss, and to these To all those kind friend3 who render-,e- d Attorney W. J. Price of Danville eight children all of whom, with a de- her death. the hearttelt sympathy of the communus men tender sympathy and as-was with Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie voted husband survive, to mourn the ity and of ail who knew the departed ance in our recent great bereaveand Tuesday. untimely death of a devoted wife W. H. Ward. wife and mother is extended. ment we d sire to extend our heart-- " family and by her Miss Bettie Robinson has returned mother. Beloved William H, Ward died at his home It thanks ami to give them our as- -i friends and held in high esteem by her BurasaJe. from a visit to her mother in urance of our deep appreciation. and acquaintances. She was in this city at 11:30 o'clock on last Frineighbors After a long and lingering illness of of the fact that it is impossible of modest unobstrusivc piety, and by day night. On the night of Feb. 13th Mr. Ward became engaged in a diff- tuberculosis, death eaoie to the relief for ws to personally see awl tender our The many friends of Mrs. Wm. H. her beautiful walk and kind and gentle Wherritt will regret tg hear she is ex- ways, she manifested the lovely spirit iculty with Moses Cottrell in which he of Louis L. Burnside at the home of thinks we take thi3 method of extremely ill. that dwelt within. And we are con- received a severe knife wound. The his father, Judge R. A. Burnside in pressing them. wound was at first, while known to be this city at neon Tuesday. John Tribble and Children. W. II. Bright of Lexington is here strained to believe that this quiet loveStricken in the bloom of his young severe, not deemed necessarily fatal; for a weeks visit to his sister Miss ly one, will be one of the gpms that w.U Card Of Thanks. shine in the Saviours crown when he nowever, septicaemia developed, which manhood, just when hfe seemed brightLena Bright. resulted in his death. After funeral est for him, he exerted every effort to Because of the fact that we are un- comes to make up his jewels. Mrs. J. Harve McRoberts of Stan-fowho knew and services at the grave on Sunday after rid himseif of the dread disease, "laWe to see them all and express our The testimony of one has been a recent visitor o'f Mrs. loved her. noon, conducted bv Dr. E. H. Pearce change of climate and ait medical treat deep appreciation, we take this means A. R. D. R. E. McKoberts. and under the auspices of the Modern ment failed to alTord him relief, and af extending our most sincere gratiWoodmen, of which he was a member, for over a year he h&n with great pati tude to our manv friends who so kind- Elder F. M. Tinder left this week to For the Uncertain Little Diner. his remains were interred in the Lan- ence and fortitude been awaiting " : ly a5kd and assisted us in the recent Thin, white oiled paper spread un engage in a series of meetings in final summons. der liie child's plate at the table and caster cemetery. illness of our dear son and husband. Northern Indiana. Louts Landram Burnside was 28 and h ho by so many kindly words and extending a little way beyond will Will Ward was born and reared in Mifc. Alva Pope of Danville has been protect the tablecloth This will not Garrard county, he was thirty two years of age and was one of the most deeds expressed their kindly sympathy is years of age and was the oldest son of promising young men in Lancaster, b If It the recent guest of Mr, and Mrs. be noticeable, especially after all was over, and we assure them bought in sheeting and the pieces arc Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward. Some his genth manly demeanor awl unfailJames A. Beazley. that it shall never be forgotten. cut and laid smoothly on the cloth Mr. and Mis. Wm. M. Bogle of New When a piece of paper Is soiled it ma) years ago he was married tu Miss Hat- - ing pchtness he had rendered himsel. Mr. & Mrs. Milton Ward Mrs. W. H. Orleans are guests of Mr. and Mrs. be thrown away or burned and a fresb tie Arnold daughter of the late George I popular with all classes; bj stiltrt at- - W.rd. W. II. Wherritt. piece substituted V. A. Lear the bright little son of S$ Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear is reported Laws In Primitive Times. quite sick of grip. Throughout the dark ages ol Europe an accused person had to carry a Thomas Ward of Rolling Fork, Miss, piece of red hot iron for some dls W "patronc was called here by the death of his tance in his hand or to walk nine feet 13b El F vi 9 w P H t& Sb brother W. H. Ward. barefooted over ploughshares at white ETJ afl Uk 8 Jm KH MEBbk. Mrs. E. L. Owsley will leave shortly heat The hand or foot was bound up for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin and inspected three days afterward If the defendant had escaped unhnrr Letcher in New York. he was pronounced innocent If he Mr. and Mis. James Anderson of had been burned he was declared Kansas have been called to the bed- guilty. side of Mis. Sue Anderson. Organ Many Centuries Old. Mrs. Emma Higginbotham will go" What is believed to he the oldesi this week for a visit to her niece Mrs. organ In existence has been dlscov Joseph Eider in Danville. ered by a German musical director Mrs. George M. Patterson left Tues- who visited 59 churches in Gothland day for a recuperative stay at the and in a village called Sundae came upon the remnant of the quaint old In Crab Orchard Sanitorium. strumenL The caso alone has surEditor and Mrs. Louis Landram of vived tho fret of seven centuries, and Danville were here Wednesday for the Its exterior Is adorned with paintings from about the year 1240. funeral of Louis Burnside. T. Arnola. ! tassgEissgi7'Jg)ifririTMi n t 1 Gassra About People Mr. Bristo Conn of Danville was fn town WedncsdayT 7 Nv "rD rRjcTn IJIZii I. For many years I w-as , m ertly i -- I Sun-!MeCr- ry' ! ...;. er se! fr . a- Camp-bellsvill- e. Ba-.c..:- se -- ul , -- :32iggaaifc.SI9gS LJ.t J T A -- mm TJrf-er- d vs. jBl1113 9rtS tsc-- r It costs nothing to look, we extend a cordial invitation to all. .r & P7 Criticism of Absent Cowardly. Don't crltlclso tho absent Make It a point when any man Is under dls Miss Sue Shelby Mason will leave cussion to say something nice about shortly for a visit to her sister Mrs him or to keep still. There's always something mean and cowardly In a Henri' Faulconer in Philadelphia. criticism made upon an absent person. Mrs, W. S. Henry returned Monday You fall at once In the estimation of to her home in Lexington, after a visit people who hear you to her daughter Mrs. Henry Simpson. They may think you smai, and pos Blbly may set you down as a cad. Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCormack and children of Paint Lick are guest of Sirs. Sallle McCormack and daughters. -- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walker have returned to Nicholasville after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Walker. V e right-minde- d Miss May Stout "of Mt. Sterling will be with Mrs. Ada Kinnaird and have charge of the trimming rooms this season. Mr. and Mrs Louis Guynn who have been spending the winter with Gar- YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I J J S ' ESaE9 Exclusive .Ladies Outfitters. I -- r- "f- - For our Clothes. s r' r "S aa0 atftftf ?s .i. igbi rjer Ball & Holtzclaw the place for nails, collar pads, etc. rard relatives left the last of the month for Canada. ' I sell marvelously cheap come and D. White Marsee. Friends will hear with sincere re- see. gret of the critical illness of Mrs. See Ball & Holtzclaw for Pratt's Belle Burnside at the home of her " Poultry an$Animal regulator. brother W. McClellan Johnston in Lexington. Fresh Stock of groceries at rock botMiss Ossie Young who has been vis- tom prices. D. White Marsee. iting her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE Two male hogs. RegisW. G. Anderson is visiting friends in Lexington before returning to her tered Duroc Jersey. Phone 151. home in Alavsville.- Mrs Rebecca West, Lancaster, Ky. Miss Mildred Beazley gave a birthFoil SALE One three H. P. steam day party to mates in heir Engine in good condition, Apply at grade on Wednesday Feb, 21. This this office. gracious young hostess was the recipient of 20 presents from her little friends. For Rent house on Richmond street, Cottage On Wednesday1 afternoon Rev. 0. P. Apply to, W. J. Romans Eush performed a double wedding. The contracting parties are Rufus Wanted. Pendleton and Miss Ida Hall; Amon and Miss Lucy Davis. All reside Hall An all round carriage painter, piece in this county. W. J. Romans, or day work. Lancaster, Ky. Mrs. George A. McRoberts of Covington gave an informal tea WednesTo Buy Millinery. day the honofees being her guests the Misses Mount a.nd Misses Gill of LanI will leave in a few days for the city caster. Pretty decorations were fn where I will purchase a full line of Milevidence and a well appointed luncheon linery which I will display in connection served. with my Dry Goods store. Everybody Millard F. West of Washington is cordially invited to call and see me Mrs. D. C. entertained in her new suburban on depot street. Mrs. C. T. Brummett. home at a Valentine Luncheon for heV Coal. house guest Miss Bettie West of Lancaster, Ky., Red was the color scheme We have the best coal for the money and it was carried oufc in every detail in town," red ash, jellico," Ida May, both in decorating the home and serv- straight creek and black nut coal for ing the luncheon. Dainty hearts of 12;to'15 cents in yard, one cent more every size were in use, after 'the re- delivered, also fine, white seed oats for past i4500" was played and valentines sale for casb.,'' t were given as prizes. j .HrB&Northcott the-scho- ol March 1st sees the beginning of a great merchandising event at this store. People were more concerned "with keeping warm this winter than they were with buying Furniture and things. RESULT we have carried over more merchandise than we should. We don't Propose To Keep This Merchandise Till April if Cutting the Price Will Move It In March. Every department of this big store contributes to this sale and that means you may furnish your home complete or buy any needed to one-haof what you expect to pay. article and save one-four- th TV lf You Alay Buy l-- mm. DiifiHa March 1-- A solid .Oak Dining Room Chair with genuine leather slip seat for1.95 A solip Oak Pedistal Extension Table with 54 inch quarter sawn top for $19.50. A pair of Scrim Curtains 2 2 yards long for $1.35 per per ysrd. 42 inch fancy nets at 25c pair. Art Tickings at 27 per yard. 9x12 Axminister Rugs $19.85. A good grade of brussels carpet at 55c per yard.- - A number of 75c and 50c patterns of wall papers at 25cts. These are just a few items taken at random from our stocks in different departments. Take a day off and spend it with us during savMarch come early in the month when stocks are complete-yo- ur ings will fully repay you. 2c G. F. . Lexington, Brower & Qo Kentucky. J - v r" fcW "at. - .w- - it . 'rf&3& 5 ' r . Tfc. J- ,. ' ' r t 4 Attack's School Principal. THE SERUM HOG Are You A Woman ) A severe attack on school principal, Chas, B, Allen, of SylvaniaTGa., is thus told by him. "For more than three years.-- ho writes. "I suffered indescribable torture from rheumatism, liver and stomach trouble and diseased kidneys. All remedies failed till T used Electric Bitters, but four bottles of " TREATMENT CHOLERA. FOR Hog cholera Is getting in Its deadly ravages In a go.Qd many secttous, and r. word about tha sprum treatment may be rralcome to som.1 who live in sections where the disc:i3e is spreading. number of state legislatures have set aside a fund to cover the cost of the manufacture of the serum, the state veterinary department making tho scrum and selling it to farmers of the state at cost. The Nebi .ska Agricultural college at Lincoln has recently Issued a timely little bulletin mi the subject, and the following da'.a. whilr taken from this publication. It of general Interest and would apply to an7 section. To secure a serum of uniform quality It Is necessary to mis. the four bleedings from each hog. tuen mix those from a number of liogs and test carefully before sending out. It has been found that the serum costs t! cents per cubic centimeter to make, while the dose recommenced is twenty cubic centimeters per ICO pounds of hog and for pigs weighing less than 100 pounds. On this basis the treatment for a hog weighing 300 pounds would cost $1.20. which is an expense surely justifiable ou a hog selling tat ?3 per hundredweight and particularly so In the case of valuable pure bred animals. The pamphlet in question suggests calling a qualified veterinarian at once on the appearance of sickness resembling cholera in the herd, the killing of i sick pin and ascerta ling the real character of the disease at once by a postmortem examination. Unless the disease !. Indicated the serum should not be given, as it would render the hogs immune but three or four weeks. It is of no use to give a sick hog the treatment. Only well hogs that have been exposed to cholera should receive the injection of serum. Otherwise a lasting immunity will not result. Some hogs that have had the germs in their systems several days will likely die in spite of the treatment. Where one cannot serine the aid of a veterinary surgeon the farmer can treat the hogs himself provided he exercise- the necessary precautions. The hogs should be in a dry, clean place at least twenty-fou- r hours before receiving the treatment, in addition to the serum, which should have been got direct from the state veterinary department, and one should have a ten cubic centimeter syringe, the hog to be treated should have the iuside of the thighs washed thoroughly with a 5 per cent solution of some good coal tar dip. and the scrum should be injected deeply into the muscles, not over twenty cubic centimeters being put in one place. The serum may be injected just under the skin of the abdomen, but it is not so teadily absorbed. The bulletin above referred to does not make refcienco to it. but a point that should be emphasized is the wisdom of steering clear of serums advertised at a bargain price by irresponsible firms. No serum should be used except that furnished by the state veterinary department or a firm recommended by it. A - this wonderful remedy cured me completely,"-. Such results are common) Thousands bless them for curing stomach trouble, female complaints, kidney disorders, billiousness, and for new health and vigor. Try them. Only 50c atR. E. McRoberts& Son. Cardui The Woman's Tonic EL 1 BUENA VISTA J. E. Scott will be the mail carrier from Bryantsville to Burgin. Scott and Wells delivered their last load of tobacco at Danville last week. Miss Alice 'Maybell Scott will open a a select school at Lindendale next Monday March 4th. Mr. and Mrs. James Spilman of Har- Irodsbjrg spent Friday with Wm. Chris topher and family. Misses Irene Easley of Jessamine and Stella Taylor of Nicholasville have been visiting Miss Lucretia Skinner. Messrs Brice Sechrest and John Nay-lo-r have been elected delegates to the C. E. Conyention at Nicholasville. Misses Mattie Coulter and Nellie As-kins altermates. Mrs. Will Green after an illness of several months died last Wednesday night at the home of her brothers near here. She was a consistent member of the Methodist church. Funeral held Friday by her pastor Rev. Simpson. Has Million Of Friends. m5Sr,u"SeuJ'7S3ire Justly entitled to BUUKKYE. government bounty are prohibited from ever registering for such drawings beMr, RQb,c.tf Lsg ,&?$ JE& JcJccro.ti cause they feel they cannot afford to erp. In, Dpn.vilJG Ijbst &cpa$dpjL play the stake for the slim .chan.ee ,oJ success. Just whj the present plan, is ih sr.d Mrs. A- - C- - Miles ere; continued is not clear unless it be that m Niehola3viile the first of last the public lauds are apportioned pri- week. ' marily as sort of baits to induce railMis3 Agnes Miles and Mr. Creed road traffic and only secondarily to benefit those who are ultimately to come Simpson visited Miss Nancy Long at Into possession of them. Just why Cottenburg quite recently. those qualified to register could not Prayer meeting has been reorganized properly do so before any reputable jus- at this place every Thursday night tice of- - the peace In their, home town come out take an interest and it will be instead of being compelled to travel a success. hundreds or thousands of miles to do Mr. and Mrs, Hiram Ray went to bo is a poser that is being borne home Nicholasville Saturday to be with her on the minds of a good many people, involving an injustice that is at once father Mr. George Anderson on his unbusinesslike and unfair. Many con- 89th, birthday. tend that the lottery as a method of disposing of land is a gambler's stunt II YANTSVU,LE pure and simple, one that is frowned down upon by the postal department at every turn, but this would not be so Mr. Pendleton Cobb has been quite bad In practical operation if the cost sick. Mr. Thomas Dunn has been sick the of taking a whirl at the game were but a dollar or two. past week. Mrs. Browning of Paris is visiting WHAT TO EXPECJ OF THEM. her daughter Mrs. Cobb. Thousands of boys and girls have There will be preaching on Sunday left home within the past two or three night at this place at 6:30. weeks to begin their first year in some Mrs. Mary Green died on last Thurs- special school or college. They are look Tlfrti:..ing forward to their school course with rinv and nrsia high hopes, ami those at home who In Mr. Lucas and family have moved most cases are making the higher train - 't,-- ,. .3 .1 iieiu biiu occupy me m iiiiette property. ing possible justly reel much pride in Mrs. Eliza Ballard and daughter are the progress and growth which the son or daughter will make. The "folks at in Georgia report they are having lovehome" have done and, so far as Is pos- ly weather and enjoying themselves sible, will continue to do their part. It fine. is therefore up to the individual student to do his or hers. This may inTis-uo- ra Vin-.io fOO OOOOOOfrPOr0 POOPtf0OO0OOO I oooooooooooooooooooogofrotiocoooooooo 1 Where 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 Streetf Where HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. . W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician rnd Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. J. W. SWEENEY LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. KENTUCKY. Office over iormes' brnR Store - LANCASTER. 8H.m to Office Hours 12. 1 p. m. to 4 J3- - F. WAJ.TER. DEN l IS!. I.m-;i.t-- r V iE&Sff aJ Sf EVvS7 L."T'i. V-1. 1J2.5 . . -- TiTi !SS?1 The Lamp That i f rT" " ijwrgfefl'-afr- jUS-PI.j- A ' . .Z . r.. ?.. 3a .t .& &. Saves The Eyes How would you like to number your friends by millions as Bucklen's Arnica Salve? does? Its astounding cures in the past forty years made them. Its the best Salve in the world for sores, ulcers, eczema, burns, boils, scalds, cuts, corns, sore eyes, sprains, swellings, bruises, cold sores. Has no equal for 25c at R. E. McRoberts. lm Children naturally never think of possible strain on their eyesight when poring over a fascinating book. It is up to you to see they do not ruin AjSPPfSaS w fWfc nTf r their young eyes these long evenings by reading under a poor light. The Rayo Lamp is an insurance against eye troubles, alike for young and old. lamp, but it is constructed on the soundest The Rayo is a scientific principles, and there is not a better lamp made at any price. It is easy on the eye because its light is so soft and white and widely diffused. And a Rayo Lamp never flickers. PAINT LICK. Mrs. Annie McCormack spent last Tuesday in Richmond. Miss Agnes Hendron was the guest of friends here last week. Miss Emma Burchell is visiting her sister Mrs. Bottner at Junction City. Dr. W. L. Carmon has been visiting his parents at Washington Court House Ohio. Messrs W. F. Champ of Lancaster and Mr. U. S. Coyle visited Mr. and Mrs.. J as. Champ last Thursday. Miss Jeanette McWhorter who is attending Normal school in Richmond has been the guest of Miss Ethel Es-trid- ge. sSW ' raws ed clude doing some outside work to help pay one's waj', a thing likely to be less pleasant at the time th.in in later years wheu one looks back upon it Going away to college does not mean that those who have the privilege are under a new dispensation morally, as many students seem to infer. The same laws hold that do at home, and their violation brings misery and their observance satisfaction and peace. Hundreds of boys aud girls have gone adrift in life through ignoring this simple truth. Then it is well to keep in mind that advanced education should mean increased responsibility and gratitude, not breed contempt and disdain for the plain folks at home. Sympathy rather and a desire to serve are the earmarks of all true culture and education, and the boy or girl who does not purposely try to develop these and kindred traits not only misses the chief and high purpose of college training, but in a large measure the very goal of all worthy living. HOW MUCH WILL IT HOLD? Many a farmer who has a silo, as well as many farmers who are going to build silos, would like to know how to get at the volume and weight of the fodder which a silo of given size will hold. Kor instance, how many tons of fodder will a silo having a size of 1G by 32 hold? The first step is getting the area of the base, which Js obtained by multiplying the diameter by itself and that by .7So4. Using this formula with the dimensions mentioned, we have 1G by 16 by .7S1, which gives 201.0G24 square feet. The cubic contents are then got by multiplying this by the height, thirty-twfeet, which gives G433.99 cubic feet. It has been found that a cubic foot of forty-thresettled silage weighs pounds on the average In silos less than thirty-sifeet in height; hence multiplying the cubic contents by the pounds, weight per foot, forty-thregives the total weight of the contents, or 277.GG1 pounds, and dividing this by 2,000 gives the number of tons, in this case 133.8. With these figures at hand it is easy to figure out how many feeds of thirty pounds per day a silo of a given size will furnish a herd of dairy cows. o e x e Sparkling Eyes. A STORY Plume 65. i Kv H. d.'TIN&LEY, Surveyor. 9-- J. many otnerwise oeaumui women have been neglected by nature with CountvJ a lack of glossy, lustrous, dark Eye PHOXE brows: many Blonders of True Norse Office over F. (5. Hart a furniture store mantype with beautiful eyes cannot Ktiiiiuk show them off to an advantage through Lancaster, lack of dark, heavy, lustrous eyebrows, io meet a universal and pupirtar demand among the fair sex we have after much experimenting produced compound termed "DABRO" consist ing of harmless Organic Substances, Essential Oils, Balsame, etc., yielding by our process a stiff emulsion which JS. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasaes fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. will stimulate growth of the eyebrows and darken them to the desired shade, V Harmful Eyebrow Pencil. Oakdale Herd of low-pric- Easily lighted without removing shade or chimney; easy to clean and rewick. Solid brass throughout, with handsome nickel f nish; also in many other styles and finishes. Ailc tout dr s W to show you hu line of Rayo lamps ; or write (or descripthre circular to any agency of the Should be discarded as they only tend to envelope your hair with a film of greasy matter, preventing access of fresh air and thus to vour detriment Royal blood and splendid individuality. Fall boars and gilts for sale. serve the opposite purpose for which you had intended them namely, beau J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster. Ky. tifying yourself. A more modern, absolutely harmless, hygienic and effective medi Registered flu rocs vr um is. Dll. Wm. BU1MJETT "Dabro" Plwsican and Surgeon. Standard Oil Company (Incorporated) THAT DAY IN OCTOBER. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Guynn of Tyner Canada have returned to their home after several weeks stay with their parents. WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDA AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS ON SALE DA1L.V VIA TO I Mrs. Dee Woods and daughter Miss Minnie of Stanford have returned to their homes after a visit to Mrs. H. L. Wallace. Mrs. Newton Davis of Sulphur Well Ky, spent last week with her relatives Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Beazley, and Mr. and Mrs. W. T. King. Misses Sallie and Mattie Woods, Misses Stella and Loula McWhorter, who attend school in Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday with their home ALL DINING CARS EQUIPMENT ELECTRICALLY SERVING I folks here. LIGHTED iFBffffTl ALL MEALS A LA CARTE GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1912. FOR FULL PARTICULARS, CALL OH ANY TICKET ACENT, QUEEN OB TTEITE & CRESCENT ROUTE, IL C. KINQ, Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 E. Main St, LEXINGTON, KY. Bring1 Your -- Tobacco TO LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Field Stanford - Street. TO TELL POISON great many attractive things have WS danger for those who come in contact .?1Twith. them. Among those In the nat'JNargwrj.Tt.-.- ural world is poison ivy, which in the fall in most sections is one of the most brilliantly colored vines to be found. Many boys and girls and not n few older people do not know the S. C. Buff Orpington. English Sal- vine, and a word about It is in place. mon Faveralle $2.00 per 15 or $5. per 50 The most important distinctive feaIndian Runner Ducks that lay the ture about it is that it lias th?ee "leaves in a cluster instead of five, as in the pearly white eggs, $1.00 per 13. case of the well known Virginia creepMRS. S. J. EMBRY, Jr. er, which, though to be found in wood Stanford, Ky. lots all over the country, is frequently Another used as a porch climber. mark of the poison ivy is the cluster John White & Co. of numerous sraaU whitisli berries LOUISVILLE. KY. which it bears, not at all like the purEstablished 1637 Hlghestmarkelprlcepald ple berries of the Virginia creeper m&S&?s5iZ In spite of its name the poison ivy FURS does very little climbing, but rather and HIDES. sprawls and, as a rule, Is a short vine, WOOI, "Boy, making comparatively slight growth bank?" can you direct me to tha conclusion f In a single season. It cannot stand "Yes, for a quarter." cultivation and hence is most often "Isn't that pretty high?" found along river courses, in pasture "Yes, but bank directors get high lots and in fence rows and corners. pay." IVY. -" HftcHflffj &3SUKXmv&M&$g;f: 35&3ssss cKs ,.. fs.Ti-- : - The poet Lowell has said of June, "Then, if ever, come perfect days." True, but what of that day in October after the first frost? It began iu a "rosy fingered dawn" dispelling a night chill and developed into the molten, golden glow of a perfect autumn day. The poplars, birches, maples, sumacs and Virgiuia creepers added their tribute of color to the carnival of beauty. The crow, the jay. the belated nuthatch or chattering squirrel gave the one touch of life and sound to the pensive stillness of the splendid woods. Grapes in fragrant clusters and nuts and apples dropping of their own ripe weight were mute witnesses of the season's wealth and prodigality. Rod in hand, the nearby placid pool, bearing a fleet of fallen leaves, was sought and the gamy bass lured to the surface with the tempting fly or minnow. A swirl and the nerves were and the reel musical with the efforts of the fish to gain its freedom. A bit Inter a snapping fire was blazing, and a picnic lunch was spread and the keen appetite of the human animal satisfied; at sunset, still of molten gold, the return home through the peaceful woods, their brilliant leaves shedding that mystic afterglow and adding moments to the day. Perfect days in June? Yes, and in October. A It will not only stimulate growth of Offiice over Logan'i. ore yous Eyebrows and darken them if too light, but will produce a luster and Residence Plume 75. OtlW Plume 6 glossiness not duplicated by any other means. We guarantee that Dabro will do what we claim for it if used as dir ected or we will cheerfully refund your money. All "Work Guaranteed. uanro will be sent in plain wrapper to any address in the U. S. upon receip of 50 cents in silver. Guaranteed under U. S. Pure Food and Drug Act. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. t Paint Lick, Kentucky. THE SILORON MFG. CO. PUEBLO, COLORADO. M. K. Denny, 4fiH& Office DENTIST TheLayers and Payers over Miss Arnold's Millinery. Hardly a Compliment vicar was taken 111 and his church warden sought a substitute, when the bishop of the diocese offered A CLIPPING BUREAU. to take the Sunday services himself. An arrangement that would cost The church warden at the close of the practically nothing and yet would ba service went up to the bishop and a real aid to the husbandman would after thanking him stammered out: "A be an envelope clipping system, which poorer preacher would have done for would cdnslst merely in cutting out us, your lordship, but we were unable Offlice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. timely and helpful paragraphs and ar- to find one." ticles from news and agricultural pa-- -- Lancaster, Kentucky pers and classifying them by means of an envelope system, one envelope oooeoooog ooooooooooooooft being devoted to all the clippings referring to a given subject. The sev- 337-Arnold, Henry Store. eral envelopes could then be plainly 6 Burnett & Elliott Office labeled on the outside, which would Burnside, Robt Res. make it an easy job to look up in a 310-of QUALITY. Burton, R. I. Res. short lime all the matter having to do 392-with a given topic. Many a farmer 161 Conn Bros. Hardware. I already has such a system in opera- 357-Cotton, C. S. Res. tion, and many others would find the 378-- J Center, Walter, Res. plan practical and helpful., 220 Elliott, Dr. W. M. Res. 174-Fox, J. C. Res. 199 Farmer's Union Store. Worthy of His Hire. LAWYER aid COONIY ATTORNEY. 393-Gosney, N. A Dr. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. New Phones. H A H Q uui Mowers Ware McRoberts. i B J. E Robinson, G J. Res. 5 Hurt & Anderson. 165 Hurt F. G. 387-- A Kurtz H. M. 387-- K Locker B. Furniture. Will Practice in all State Courts and Res. IT. S. District Court. Res. Office over Police Court. Phone 194 Res. Res. TO THE CUSTOMERS 6t MBXm 239 Long J. P. 186 Lan. Tobocco Ware House. 69 Lan. Mill & Elevator Co. 21 Logan H. T. 323 Moore Henry 339-Mahan J. Q. Q 0FTHE Mahan J. W. 374-- S Morgan G. A. 385-McMillan Lige 392-Montgomery Dr. 202 "Perkins E. W. 363-Pope & Vaughn. 363-- S B U G Seeds. 400-- U 384-- A 383-- U 354-- B 329-- M Whole sale Cash prices to consumers. Choice Red Clover $12.50. Pine Tree Timothy $7.40. and all other farm seeds. Wire for Fencing. Ready Made Roofing. Direct Buyers, No Auction Sales, No Commission to Pay. Telephone 186. We buy your Tobaceo at Highest Market Price and unload the same day -- Nelson's Victory Flour. Dairy Feed. Write for samples and prices. You can save $5.00 to $25.00 on winter and spring purchases. W. Bush Nelson Both Phones. LEXINGTON, KY: ,) AN INDEFENSIBLE INJUSTICE. Another big government land drawWhoro They Will Catch On. ing has just been pulled off In Dakota, and again has there been brought to the mind of the thinking person the rank Injustice which Is perpetrated as a result of the manner in which the drawings are managed. The point we have in mind has nothing to do with whether or not the parcels of land apportioned are worth what the lucky folks pay for them In the end,. The most glaring injustice lies In compelling all citizens but old soldiers and soldiers' widows who wlft to make application for land to pay car fare to and from and hotel bills at the point where the drawing is to take place. It "Corkscrew gowns are the latest goes without saying that many who register In this manner for such draw- fashion conceits for women." "They ought to be popular with Kenings can 111 .afford to do so, while It is tucky gentlemen." evejunore clearOhat thousands of Jhj Pierce Joe. Rankin T. C. Rankin James Rainey J. T. Ray Mrs. Eljza Res. Res. Res. Res. I will remain at old stand, on public Res. square, for cleaning and pressing ladies Res. Office. and mens garments. Hats cleaned and Res. blocked, shoe repairing. Phone 340. Join the pressing Club S1.50 per Res. month. Pressing and shoes polished. Store. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co -- : V Res. Res. Res. h. W. Faulkner, jVIgr. Res. Res. Rose G. C. 379-Rose Dr. B. C. 93 Riley J. L. 85 Robinson Mrs. J. C. 50 Ross & WhitJock. 400-Schooler Roy. 164 H H Fruit and Shade Trees Res. Res. Res. Meats. Res. Strawberry Plants, GrapeVines, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Roses, Peonies, and Phlox. 213 385-- H 338-- Q 192 86 41 38 397 360 Turner & Carpenter. Store. Res. Turner Joe Res. Walker Kemp. Res. Walker Alex. Livery. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Walker & Herndon. Res. Garden. Our prices may interest you Wherritt,W. H. Res. Zanone Miss Margaret. Bishop Miss Fannie. Res. Write for free Catalogue. No Agta. Veterinay. Dr. R. L. Pontius. Bastin Telephone Company Incorporated. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons, Lexington, Kentucky. ' V F -- s1. X if .--j -- w1 v t . j V r.g. .- -, "