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NUMBER 24. a &&33i33f gXS53C3S3S3eS3eS33g3C R. M. Arnold's buggies are the best. Beads for Wall Paper Portiers. Mr. L. N. Miller. We are making a genuine Whole Flour. Ask your grocer fcr a 12 pound sack. Garrard Milling Co. Whe'-i- A complete line of Dave Walker Buys Farm. Stoves The Great Hughes & Swinebroad have sold for Hudson & Hamilton their farm of 185 acres on the Lexington pike to C. Dave Walker at $107.00 per acre. This is a good farm and well located being a part of the old BeazleyBros. place. Resigns His Position. Bastin who has been working for the Hustonville Telephone Co. for several months has resigned his position to accept a similar one & with the Cumberland Telephone Telegraph Co. He will be located at Jackson, Ky. for a short time. Clinton B. Returns Home. R. W. McRoberts who has been in Atlanta for several months taking a course in Pharmacy will return home in a few days. At present he is in St Louis attending a Druggist meeting. He will continue his partnership business here in the firm of R. E. McRoberts & Son. School Days. Rev. C. C. Brown will fill his pulpit R. M. Arnold, Danville Ky, sells Sunday gasoline at 15cts per gallon. morning. Rev. C. C. Brown will begin a series Mr. Bailey Resigns of meetings at Buena Vista, Ky., on sunuay night. Mr. H. C. Bailey, who for the past next few years has been assistant agent of The Joseph Mercantile Co will be the L &N at this place, has severed' his closed on Saturday Sept 21 on account connection with that company and will of the Jewish holiday called Yomkippoor enter the coal, grain and feed business. meaning day of atonement. Mr. Bailey was a clever and accommo Demonstration. dating official and we are sorry to lose him in his official capacity, but glad to On Saturday Sept 28th we will demknow he will renain in Lancaster. onstrate the unexcelled quality and purity of Lulz & Schramm's line of Big Meeting baked beans, catsups, sauce, ecL Everybody is cordially invited to stop Every one knows Uncle Joe Hopper. He will conduct a series of meetings in at our store and try these goods. Davidson & Doty. here at the Presbyterian church beginning the third Sunday in October. Came To Sale. Uncle Joe is a good man and will do Toles T. Walker of Conners-vill- e Messrs much good here. We sincerely hope Ind., Robert Walker of Shelbylille that nothing may happen to prevent Tenn. and John W. Walker of Akron O., his coming to our town as it will do us sons of Mr. W. S. Walker of this place all good to hear him talk again. came home last week in order to be Position At State Fair present at the sale of their fathers farm and stock which took place at the old Mr. Lige Ford, son of County Judge home place on last Tuesday. A. D. Ford held a position at the Presbyterian church IjlirrMirlilJrS IlIlIiMllJrUMSMliilllirlSlliilM Wheat Drills. Superior and Peovia FERTELIZE DRILLS. W m m M m si m at the State fair in Louisville this year. He was a clerk in the secty's office and it goes without saying that Lige performed w.ct.uT The following officers were elected; President, Mrs. Dr. Burnett, Vice President, Mrs. Wm. Lear, Treasurer, Mrs. Ed Price, Recording Sec. Mrs. Dollie Brown, Corresponding Sec. Amanda Anderson. The State Convention convenes at Mt. Sterling Sept. 25th. Miss Amanda Anderson presented George W. Bains picture to the Union Majestic Will give you a pleasure to use The kiddies are enjoying their week of vacation as school begins on next Monday. Arrangements have been made for rooms in various parts of the well his duties. Sen. G. T. Farris also had a broad smile and a hearty hand shake for the Garrard county people who attended the fair. Mr. Farris was "last at the gate and directed people the way to go. Baughman's Sale. it Call and see. Polite Salesmen Will Take Pleasure In Showing You. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. Mr. J. H. Baughman, the clever city for the various classes until the stockman of Lincoln county has an completion of the new building, when nounced that he will hold his third anthey will all be again gathered to the nual sale at Nunnelley's Stock yards in fold. Stanford, Ky. on Wednesday, Oct. 2nd. Advisory Committee. 1912. See his advertisement as he is Hon's Jas. I. Hamilton, J. E. Robin- going to sell a big bunch of stock and son and W. B. Burton have been ap- every one has learned not to mis3 his pointed members of the advisory com- sales. The sales for the past two mittee to assist Chairman Mount in years are perhaps the largest attended organizing the county for the demo- sales held in Central Kentucky in recratic ticket this fall. The selections cent years. are good ones as all three are past Watkins masters in the game of pontic's. Mrs. William Watkins died at her Horse Known Here late home on the New Danville pike "Hazel Dawn", the mare who cap Monday afternoon of acute nephritis and her remains were interred in the tured first money in the big $1000, sad cemetery on Tuesday afterdle stake at the Louisville Horse Show Lancaster noon. Mrs. Watkins was the daughter on last Friday night, is not unknown to Lancaster people. The mare was the of the late Jackman Bettis, she was property of Dick Scudder of Lincoln about 40 years of age and was a lovable and Charlie Dunn of Madison, and while christian woman. She is survived by her husband and five children, to whom in their possession has often contended Lancaster the sympathy of a host of friends is for the premiums at the extended in their bereavement. i airs. Lee-Grow Saturday afternoon. Call and See them, ALL SIZES IN STOCK. 1 Makes Them Right There will be found in this issue of the Record the advertisement of Mr. H H. Roshrs the Danville tailor. Mr. rcJ Rochrs wants it distinctly understood iljiyj that he does not wish to interfere in any manner with the merchants of Lancaster, he is seeking the trade of those who are accustomed to "go to the city" to have their clothes made, and to these people he wishes to state that he can save them money. He makes his clothes out of the very best material, employs nothing but the very best, and highest priced union labor and he guarantees the fit and workmanship of every garment. Give him a trial. Preparing For Big Business The two good tobacco warehouses ac Danville are preparing for a big business this fall. Both houses have built more floor space and now have about as large houses and certainly as good ones as there are anywhere. Each house can handle about 250,000 pounds a day. Mr. R. E. Harland will De the auctioneer for the Danville Tobacco warehouse and Mr. Givens Terrill will solicit for it in this county. Mr. Hopper will also be the for this popular house. The Peoples house or as it is better known, Col. Ike Dunn's house will draw a large trade from Garrard as the Col. is an old Garrard county man and never fails to let it be known on all occasions. As yet this house has n't any one to solicit in this county and they are not sure as to who will be the book-keeper HASELDEN BROS. n'giifraifrgiiriBUi i i m iiiiiiifaiisiijgiijgiggi We are putting in a full line of Heating1 and Cooking1 0 ?jS-!izijgppjiB- t Mr J. W. Sweeney Exchanges Livery Barn &g&i Miss Iva Lee and Mr. Oran Grow were made man and wife by Rev. O. P. Bush in Lancaster on last Thursday. The bride is the attractive daughter of Mr. W. H. Lee of the Nina section and the groom is a son of Mr. George Grow of Hackley and both are popular young society people of their respective For Farm. W. Sweeney the Lancaster J. liveryman has bought of Mr. J. T. Raney his fine farm of 155 acres on the New Danville pike about 2 miles from Lancaster and known as the " Sim Mr. mSJtKlSBi NT Your 1912 Bands, and Oratory are on tap without limit; special trains are run from all direcMr. Thomas Ray a well known and tions and special rates from every popular farmer who resides on the hamlet to enable the unterrified to Sugar Creek pike a few miles from gather and the accommodations are betown was injured on last Saturday ing taken advantage of unstintedly. afternoon by a horse which he was Orators of world wide fame, men high driviner becoming unmanageable and up in the democratic councils from all beginning to kick. Mr. Ray suffered a over the United States, supplemented fracture of the right leg below theknee by the leading party men of the state which "is very painful, but which it is are there ready to expound the dochoped will not disable him for any great trine to the assembled hosts and to Injured By Horse. Anderson" farm for $120. per acer. Mr Raney takes in part payment for localities. the farm Mr Sweeney's livery barn at $7000. He gets possession of the barn Good Crops. on November 1st, and will continue the The hot weather which has prevailed livery business. Mr Sweeney gets the during this month has proven very fall seeding priviliages and final auctioneer. beneficial to the tobacco crop and possession of the farm on Jan 1st, 1913. many thousand pounds have been adThe Sick. ded through its influence. The farOld lime Democratic Do'ins. With the exception of the various mers are well along with their housing The Democracy of Kentucky is gath- cases of appendicitis, Lancaster, has although many acres of the late setting ered in Lexington today, Thursday, full been exceptionally free from sickness remains as yet uncut The curing pro 30,000 strong, and a genuine old fash- during the present summer, due in part cess is well under way and the pros ioned love feast, the like of which has probably to the heat not being so expects are splendid for one of the best not been seen in the last quarter of a treme, and to the fact that our people crops ever raised in the county. century is being held. Burgoo are exercising more care as to the sanitary condition of their premises. Mr. John F. Holtzclaw who has been suffering with typhoid fever, is able to sit up and is fairly on the road to recovery. Mrs. Cleveland Rose is also reported as doing nicely and will be able to be out in the near future, much to the gratification of her many friends. Messrs Jesse H. Arnold and Logan Smith, who are in the St Joseph's hospital in Lexington as the result of operations for appendicitis, are doing nicely, Mr. Arnold is recovering nicely and Mr. Smith is expected home next week. Mrs. William A. Dickerson who recently underwent an operation in the Good Samaritan hospital in Lexington is reported as progressing nicely. Mr. W. F. Champ who is in the Deaconess hospital in Louisville is sufficiently convalescent as to be able to sit up and is expected home next week, while Mr. Samuel G. Haselden who is at Norton Infirmary in the same city is well on the road to recovery. and expect to sell them at rock bottom prices. See me before you buy. STOVES J. GOOD W. O O O ROMANS. COFFEE o TAXES are now past due. r--" Please call and settle same at once and thus save further cost and trouble. 0. ; i T. Ballard 5 Sheriff Garrard County. point out the way for rolling up an unprecedented majority for Wilson and Mat Cohen Leaves The Ring. Marshal. Lancaster furnished a goodIt will be a source of deep regret to ly number at the gathering. the many friends in this and other states of clever Mat Cohen to learn Water Works Improvements Begin And that after the present season, he will To Be Pushed To Rapid Conclusion. abandon the horse business for other The improvement of the Lancaster fields. Mr. Cohan has accepted a very Water Works system, for which $12, lucrative position with a big Canadian distilling Co. and will assume his new 000; in bonds were voted at the last duties in the near future. The show November election, are to begin at horse business loses its star 'when Mat once, in fact they have already startCohen abandons the game, and it will ed, Mr. Charles M. Crawford of Lexbe hard indeed to find a man with the ington, a practical engineer, having splendid abilities along that line to been employed and has already begun With the splendid his operations, surveying and locating take his place. knack of making friends ot with whom the site for the stand pipe, and the helcomes in contact, "Mat' f will soon be other preliminary work necessary to as popular in his new field as he was the letting of the contracts. Mr. L. E. Herron, the Superintenin the old one. dent of the Water Works, who haa Mr Doolin Has Accident been indefatigable in his efforts to Mr. W. T. Doolin one of the best have the work commenced, and whose known farmers of the Marksbury sec- efforts finally succeeded in disposing of tion came near having a serious acci- the bonds, tells us that it will probably dent at the Robinson sale last week. be necessary to let three different conHe was standing about one hundred tracts for the completion of the work, yards away from any of the crowd and one for the standpipe, or resorvoir, one was looking at a bunch of cattle confin- for the new filter and the other for the ed in a temporary pen. One of the raising of the dam. Mr. Herron furcattle ran against the wire near where ther tells us that the work will be he was standing and threw a post that pushed forward as rapidly as possible was not fastened in the ground against and every effort will be made to have Mr. Doolin's head and knocked him the earliest possible completion and about twenty feet, where he lay un- the lake ready for the winter rains, conscious for ten or fifteen minutes A the new filter to sterilize the water knot formed on hie forehead about the and the reservoir to hold and store the size of a hen egg and he had Dr. Pur-sle- y water and reduce the cost of operation put some of his liniment on it and to the lowest possible expense, and by now it is almost entirely well. If finally to give to Lancaster the most the post had hit him more on the side of complete and adequate system of water the head, it might have killed him, for works of any town of its size in Cenit was certainly a very hard blow. tral Kentucky. lengtn oi ipe, Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods f W 5 Q Won't Hurt You. If Coffee does you harm, there's a cause find out what it is. Maybe it is not properly made. Maybe it wasn't right Coffee to start with. Maybe it was too cheap and too cheap coffee is the dearest drink any person ever drank. But don't blame ALL Coffee. We have several brands here some of them blends, that are known to be beneficial to health. Prices 25c, 30c, 35c, a pound. Glad to have you test it. 3 lo Land Buyers. w I have 218 acres of land on the pike 03 in the Camp Dick Robinson section 1J miles from the thriving town of 8 miles from Danville and 9 miles from Lancaster Ky., I will sell w or trade, as a whole, or cut into parcels to suit purchasers. The land is very fertile, producing from 12 to 15 barrels of corn, or 1500 pounds of to 09 bacco to the acre. There are 4 houses and a 15 acre to bacco barn on the farm. It has been plowed but little, having been mostly in grass, and is now in a condition to yield abundant crops. It can be bought at a bargain. Call on or ad dress. G. B. Swinebroad. Lancaster, Ky.. W Bry-antsvil- le, o I P o o 55 New Art Store. 3 Everything new and up to date in stamping and embroidery materials. Open September 20th. Austin & Flora. Stormes Building Up Stairs H w --3 w o Theo. Currey. spooo uwopwwg ssJOHRAi snouwi jo aim eidraoo j-- .&2 - - . KssssraE iesseaasosaeea .&S4Kwsim4j o STETSON HAT LOOK a I a .i a 6 t o a IN 0TJE WINDOW FOE YOUE SHAPE. 0 a r I HIS is the store that . -- The John B. Stetson Factor has just shipped our Fall order and the styles are beautiful. Let us show you The Quality is Unquestionable. Prices $4.00 and $5.00. Other Grades $2.00, $2.50 and $3.00. a - gets the new things first. We Eire now showing many new and stylish STETSON H ATS- -a Hat for every face for every taste. Mweaaiiiaag The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. democratic partv. We are authorized to announce WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Pay your taxes Court Day. JAS. tK!! candi- WW MITH. HOUSE OF QUALITY. ?iiks5S5hs23-Ssbs-S5-5-s? asvsovaws&sasmvsasaztisa Millinery Opening. R. M. Arnold's buggies are the best. J. W. Dinsmore, Progressive Mag-strat- e, GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Post Office In Lancaster, Ky., as Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., September 20, 1912. Rates For Political Announcements For or For For For For Precinct and City Offices $ 5.00 10.00 County Offices 15.00 State and District Offices 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey FOR VICE-PRESIDEN- T. THOMAS R. MARSHALL, Of Indiana For Congress. HARVEY HELM, of Lincoln. For Commonwealth's Attorney EMMET V. PURYEAR, of Boyle. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action o the democratic party. We are authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the L. democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n date for congress will speak at the H. Estes as a candidate for court house at 2:30 Monday Sept. 23. Bam Burns. in the first district of Garrard Mr. Kitchlow Sloan who lives in county, subject to the action of the Mr. John M. Farra has finished Boyle county between Hubble and democratic party. threshing his clover seed and from the Hedgeville had the misfortune to lose We are authorized to- announce thirty five acres he got about 95 bu. of a fine barn the first part of the week. Charles C. Becker as a candidate for seed. This is the best yield that we It is said that the barn cost $1800. and Magistrate in the second district of have heard of this season. that Mr. Sloan had about $2500. worth Uarrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. of feed in it. He had .$800. worth of Court Day. insurance. It is claimed that the fire We are authorized to announce Taywas the result of hay getting hot and lor T. Burdett as a candidate for MagNext Monday is court day and the istrate in the second district of Gar- last day of the contest that will decide causing a spontaneous combustion. Mr rard county, subject to the action of what young ladies will getthe pianos. Lit Sloan also lost a barn by fire a few the democratic partv. While you are in town, stop at this weeks ago and had no insurance on it. office and pay your subscription and Keep your property insured by Ed C. The time hascomeinLancaater when vote for your favorite young lady. Gaines who writes insurance of all idleness is a sin, not only a sin but a sin kinds. for which there is no forgiveness, at Colored School Open. least not in the eyes of the communiRoosevelt Overlooks Himself. ty, for there is no earthly reason why The colored school began on last there should be a human being, black Monday with the attendence about up Mr. Roosevelt declares that Barnes, or white, male or female, idle, " pro- to the average. The school this year Penrose and Guggenheim work hand in vided they are physically able to work. is under the same able management as hand with the big interests. This is all Nor is there the least reason why any- last year, Prof. Burns of Frankfort true. How about Mr. Roosevelt himone should take an excursion and being the principal with Miss Isabel self? "cross'the river" in search of work, Overstreet of Lancaster and Miss Dora It was not at the solicitation of for it is right here at your door, look- Beverly of Alabama to assistants. Barnes and Penrose and Guggenhein ing for you, and if you overlook it, it that Edward H. Harriman raised a is your own fault. The farmers out in political corruption- - fund of $260,000. A True Fish Story the country are clamoring for help, toIt was at the solicitation of Theodore bacco to be cut, housed and later on Everybody in Garrard county knows Roosevelt. stripped, corn to be cut and various Mr. Ben L. Kelly, champion burley tobIt was not Barne3 and Penrose and other kinds of farm labor, and good acco raiser of Kentucky, champion seed Guggenheim who, according to Dr. wages are being offered, so there is no corn raiser of Garrard county, church- Harvey W. Wiley, bucked the pure excuse for anyone being idle who real- man and christian gentleman, his word Food Law- - That was done by Theodore ly wants to work. And right here in is as good as his bond, his veracity un- Roosevelt. town there is'scant excuse for idleness, doubtedly beyond question. Mr. Kelly It was not Banes and Penrose and there is work at the new school building, tells us the following fish story. About Guggenheim who failed to bring the work at the mills and there will be very two miles from Lancaster on the Rich- machinery of the law into play to send shortly an urgent demand for labor in mond pike on the old Conn farm now George W. Perkins to the penitentiary the building of the water works owned by Dr. Wjlliam Burnett is a for violating the Sherman Law in orextension. large pond which laps over into the ganizing the illegal harvester trust, There was a time when we would not edge of the pike, This pond is full of and wh o then accepted Perkins' mill have condemned idleness among our fish, bass, brim and newlights, the brim ions to run for a third term for Presitown people, because we knew that predominating. Mr. Kelly tells us dent. That was Theodore Roosevelt. work was not to be had for the asking, that while passing this pond on one of but that time had passed, work is tne recent very warm days he noticed Patrons of the Lancaster Graded School begging for you instead of you begging a cow standing in the edge of the pond The rooms rented for school purposes for work, the status of affairs is in about three feet of water, he noticwill be ready by Monday. These rooms reversed, and if you refused to heed ed a commotion immediately under the the call, you should be given the benefit cow which did not seem to subside on have been carefully cleaned and will be of the vagrancy act and put to making his approach, upon close examination all that is to be expected of ropms that little ones out of big ones. Work is as to the cause of the commotion, Mr. honest and no disgrace, rather an Kelly discovered that the brim species honor, and moreover will not hurt you, of fish in great numbers had collected r so pull off that white collar, quit immediately under the cows and were complaining, do not be afraid of soiling jumping several inches out of the water your hands and get out and get a job, and catching the flies which were worit will not be hard to find, just let it be rying the cows, andthat the satisfied known that you want to work and you bovine was calmly chewing the cud of will have no trouble finding it. Make contentment and evidently enjoying the your and cease to be a efforts of her self appointed fly burden on the old folks.it is not so hard when you get used to it. self-supporti- I will hold my fall and winter opening on Saturday Seotember 28th. Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. splendid one and amply sufficient to feed the large crowd, was served by James Carr, a well known colored man of the vicinity, and was favorably com- mented upon by all who partook of it. The farm was taken down at $100.25 per acre, Mr. Walker not deeming that fo5Iows: LANCASTER DISTRICT. a sufficient amount of money for it. ' 508,018 The farm is one of the best and most iIae Powe11 productive in the county and will doubt-- 1 iUary .za tloltzclow 4W.R 322.1W less be sold privately by Hughes & Kate Ham 240.SBS Swinebroad, the real estate men, who Katie Mae Dickerson, 125.774 have it in charge, in the near future Alline Thomas Jennie Cox 95.186 for a much better figure than was ofSQ.SM, Lillian Estes Office. fered at the sale. The farming impleSal lie Anderson 55,fc 10th and 11th grade girls to Miss Ma ments and other personal property Lillie Croucher 45, JW, son in front room over new Post Office. ' brought good prices as did the majori- Beulah Mne Beazley 37.5W I will take the 9th and 12th grade ty of the live stock. Following is some BRYANTSVILLE DISTRICT. pupils m the rear Williams' office. My of the representative sales: One pair Osa Coulter 741,73i hours will be from 8 to 3 or later, if aged mules $432.50. one aged mule Mary Ellen Farley 41,1S necessary. There are many reasons $182.50, one 2yr old mule $170., one Lucy Campbell 3J8.4S for these assignments and I would pre- pair Percheron draft mares $335., one Flossa May Teater 271.018 fer that they stand as written. I am suckling filly colt by Carroll Preston Rella Ruble 21S.9 always open to reasonable complaints $101., one suckling filly colt by Rex Flora Ruble 21r7.flH and want to serve the people in the Arbuckle $S0., one yearling filly by Mary Belle Halcomb 202. 74 best way possible. A good new build- Rax Arbuckle $1S0. Jersey cattle sold OHie Crawford 190.56W ing is worth waiting for, so please help well, cows bringing from $40. to GS. Blanche Stone 167.085 us all with your and all and a nice short yearling calf being Ethel Onstott 154.1M will be worth while. sold to Mr. G: B. Swinebroad for Clodie Speaks 139.SST. I take this occasion to thank the Sheep brought $2.35 per head. Hogs Maggie Norn's Central Record for its many courtesies were sold by the head and being of Ophelia Montgomery 125.S75 and kindnesses of the past year. This good stock brought fancy prices. The Annie Osborne 113. 150 is the only way by which I can reach corn crop was not sold, the best offer Mattie Scott 54. GOO all the people and for this favor I am being $1.75 per barrel laid in the field, Lela Barnett 54,500 grateful. which was retused. Nancy Johnson J. L. Riley. 51.200 ld ! 2nd. A and B and 3rd B to Miss Anderson in Senator Bradley's old front ofiice. 3rd A, 4th A and B to Miss Dean in room to the rear of Miss Anderson's. 5th A and B and Gth B to Mrs Dar-noin room over the old Post Office. Gth A and 7th A to Miss Smith in room to the rear of the old Post Office. 8th A and B to Miss West in front room of the old Post Office. 10th and 11th grade boys to Miss Rob inson in rear room over the new Post were built for other purposes. School Splendid Meeting. work will begin Monday, September The series of meetings which began 23rd. Bring all the text books used during the past year. Pending the on last Sunday night at the Christian action of the school board there will be church are attracting large crowds. only one session daily. This session Rev. J. W. Rudy of Crawfordsville will last from 8:30 to 1:30 with an Ind. who is conducting the revival is a intermission of 15 minutes from 10:45 forceful speaker, and the singing of to 11 for a light lunch. This is only a Miss Akers and Mr. Cox adds materitentative plan. If the work does not ally to the interest of the meetings go on well we may be forced to go back which will continue for at least two to the old way. This will require better weeks. work on the part of the pupils. I am The Walker Sale. going to expect better work this session than I had during the last. The sale of Mr. W. S. Walker which AH pupils just entering, or those not was held at his country home near having promotion cards must see me Point Leavell on Tuesday attracted a first of all. The following are the ass- large crowd and from the prices realiz ignments, subject to change. ed for the offerings they were most of 1st. A. and B. to Miss Brashear in them there for the purpose of making .. the front Williams office. The dinner which was a Kinases. Almost Over. At 4 o'clock next Monday afternoon September 23rd there will'be awarded to some lucky young lady a hamkon.-pianin each of the contests which have been conducted by the Record in conjunction with R. S. Brown at Lancaster and the Becker-Ballar- d Co. at Bryantsville Ky. To whoever the awards may be made the lucky. yoMe lady will be deserving for each and every one of them have labored faithfully for the coveted prizes, and our only regret will be that we are not able to givo a piano to each and every one of them. However, the bttl is not yet over, and there is yet time and opportunity for a change in the hn: . up, now "in the stretch" is the time for the final test of strength. Each and everyone of the contestants shauiil ,n th fw Put f?r.th their eve,ry and make every effwefc securehas many votes ag iUe and it the result be not in vour favor, you will at least have the satisfaction of knowing that you put up a game fight, that you were unrelaxing in vour efforts, and that tht fniluro to win was through no fault of your own. The line up at the iast count was as o i errt .. s.. &S!3SS?BS;&S3SS' Styles that are correct but not extreme fall that choice We are authorized to announce W. S. With the progress of the presidential Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action campaign the prospects for the success of the Democratic party. of the democratic ticket becomes more flattering. Hon William Jennings BryFor Assessor. an is to take the trail of T. Roosevelt We are authorized to announce Dave and read the record of that gentleman C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor past, present and future, and when Mr of Garrard county subject to the ac- Bryan winds up his campaign the big tion of the democratic p&rty. leader of the "Bull Moose" will un We are authorized to announce Mr. doubtedly be "worn to a frazzle". E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- From all over the country comes reports nation of Assessor of Garrard County, of the growing sentiment in favor of subject to the action of the democratic Gov. Wilson and every day brings party. tidings of people coming to his standard We are authorized to announce J. B. who have heretofore been followers of Collier as a candidate for the nominaeither one or the other wings of the tion for assessor of Garrard county, Bubject to the action of the democratic G. O. P. Down here in Ken'ucky they party. . are predicting as sweeping a majority for Wilson as was given Gov, McCreary, We are authorized to announce W. L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- 30,000 or more. Dos'nt that sound or of Garrard county subject to the good. action of the Democratic party. Denton. Fashion approves of such a wide range of styles Mrs. Almira Burnside Denton, wife of Mr. Russell R. Denton, died at her home near Hackley in this county last Friday morning at about 5:30 o'clock. The death summons came suddenly heart disease being the cause. Mr. Denton who had been at the barn on returning to the house found his wife in a chair speechless and in a very few moments she breathed her last. After funeral services at the late, home on Sunday afternoon by Rev. .0. P. Bush, she having been a member of the Baptist church since her childhood, her remains were placed at rest in the Lan- for is almost bewildering. The woman who wants to be safe this season will choose her suit, coat or skirt here and she'll choose Wooltex. In Wooltex models she has the widest choice of the most delightful adaptions of Paris fashions. Many of these are quiet and serviceable. They're stylish without being extreme or bizarre. Among them are many superb creations in quiet, simple effects, which appeal to the good taste of cultured American women. They are shown in the always dependable serges and cheviots and in the staple shades, black, blue and brown. t L 1 Wheat Flour. Ask your grocer for a We are authorized to announce Miss 12 pound sack., Garrard Milling Co. Jennie Higgins as a candidate for School Superintendant for Garrard Dinsmore Changes Tickets. county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Prof. J. W. Dinsmore of Berea who by virtue of a few measley votes For Jailer. received at the August primary was for Jack nominated on the Republicarr-ticke-t , We are authorized to announce Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- Congress in the eighth district has rard county, subject to the action of tendered his resignation and will be the Democratic party,. nominated by tne Progressives. Mr. We are authorized to announce Dave Dinsmore gives as his reason for Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- changing parties thathe "cannot stand rard county, subject to the action of for the steam roller methods used at the Democratic party. Chicago. It will be a matter of verv small moment to Hon. Harvey Helm as For Magistrate. to which ticket the Professor runs We. are authorized to announce under, for when he finishes the Chicago John N. White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- implement will seem but a childs tov rard county, subject to the action of beside the democratic majority which will snow him under. the demecrati.party. For School Superintendant. We are making a genuine Whble caster cemetery. Mrs. Denton was born in Garrard county in 1844 and before her marriage to Mr. Denton, which occurred shortly after the Civil war, was"" Miss Almira Burnside Harris, a member of one of Garrard's oldest and most respected families, which with the death of Mrs. Denton becomes extinct. Besid s her sorrowing husband Mrs. Denton is survived by seven daughters, as follows Sam Routt of Portland Ore., Mrs. S. D. Cochran of Lancaster, Mrs. V. A. Lear of Lancaster, Mrs. W. S. Fish of Stanford, Mrs. Walker Guynn of Paint Lick, Mrs. Phil Pettus of Pmeville Ky. and Mrs. Lewis Ross of Kirksville Ky. Of a kindly, christian character, Mrs. Denton had a wide circle of friends, a kind and loving wife and mother' she was the family idol and the husband and daughters are almost inconsolable in their grief, a cheerful and accomo dating neighbor her loss is mourned by the entire neighborhood in which she dwelt, and the ' Record joins the wide circle of loving friends in sympathy to the grief stricken family. n IVo. 804 This Wi oltex suit gives a brillliiut example of the novel embroidery panel which will distinguuh the models of lending Parisian designers this fall. The self-tone- d ments. The study character of the fabric in every case tells at first glance the story of splendid service which will be obtained from these garThe woman who buys Wooltex buys the greatest possible amount of service and satisfaction. She A wi 601 CopyrKllOI' TheHBULGx gets these at most reasonable prices. emtouches of broidery iuv an;origincl Wooltex treatment which will bo in high favor this season. Note the velvet icset tabs on cuffs and collar. It is made of diagonal worsted, wide-wal- e serge or diagonal cheviot in brown, blue, navy or taupe, Price $35. Wooltex fall suits, $22.50 to $40.00. Wooltex fall coats, $12.50 to $40.00 Every garment bearing the Wooltex label is guaranteed for two full season's satisfactory service. Bring a fnend when you come. rs'o SOIAn exclusive Wooltex model, skillfully combining all the requirements for long. hard, daily service with plenty of snap and style, is thU graceful and becoming coat, reasonably priced at $I,H.7f). The adjustable collar can Ik; worn open or as a storm protector. The material is the much desired chinchillasoft and warm wlthont great weight. g nr B. A. Store Robertson St Bro The That Sells Wooltex. Kentucky, Danville, . J4 lb. r - , V and we have the exclusive sale in Lancaster for the best, shipped from Newcomb, Tenn. Try one load and be convinced. Better get in your Winter Coal before the'price advances again. VERAL KINDS oukluli A talk with us in the next few days means money saved on your coal bill. DOC K? & v XX jO & O 23" Examine our Timothy, Clover, Wheat, Barley, and Rye. Its all High Grade. ; II ; 3E3 - GsmSjL -- Phone 26. m .W...., WVMWJ. Wire DrawoTungstn ELiOTRIO LftWP vJU FORTY Candle Power. Very brilliant strong and lasting. Used two years in our store. Still in use, giving a perfect clear white light. Price reduced. Once tried, always used. Also CARBON LAMPS for places not requiring a strong light STORMES DRUG STORE Noilce! Poultry Raisers r CURES AnntTK Cholera, Gapes, LlmbemecK, Roup, CanRer,iitedb Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry for yens and thlak it the best Mia Kate Bryant. Bardstoun, Ky., ys: "I have mrd poultry icrcedy triad. ItcurMgapMaadlimbernrckvili-oiitfall.- " dropped down the billtpf a gaping Will Coome.. Bardtloit n. Ky . tays: "One drop of Recipe chicken Lilis the orni and relieves the drick instantly. Itis the best preventive 1 liave ever used." Mfg. and Guaranteed fcy J. Robt. Crume, Bsrdstown, Ky. Price 50c at al! Druggists. "uir! RH: SOLD BY WUM1MHIIilMMMiii, i itrminifi R E. MoRoherts & Sontotaamaammi imiuii mi w - nawnwi i 0 g V ATTENTION f Progressive you should know and bank with a Growing Institution. Report of the condition of eGarrard Bank &TrustCo .at the close of business September 4th, 1912. Lgmi- ueinrn ' ii-- 1 1 nO-- r SJ V L'AIilUTlUS. ( Cali. "ali mul Furniture and Fixture from Itniik-Ciilit B It.inLuiK Il'mire lie ..(itiu .... $ SO.IflO CO i :.-"- . V0 G -- .V.J 0 0frdr.ift(eo.V Inclmilii! I vaUt -! Total Ai'tt- - no po ..!: 55 $;ui.J 1 31 Surplus V Frolits licpo?it Uill- - l'.iyal.le Tax Uesertc Total j,I'l llJ M'llt l.."00 00 'G 7s 10,001) 00 Sl'i ciO $'m;.20i :;i Attest. J. W. ELMORE, Cashior. ftiftJfi' . Quick Detachable Clincher I My eSs. FULL ROUND SHAPE Vxl.Vvfc"?i -- ,"r im Va M m STRONG resiuent durable mW llSW JmMff? MKrMw O'&dl Easily Fits Any Quick Detachable Rim No Tools Required IN STOCK BY C C. & J. E. Stormes. 1 Mr. Monte Fox of Boyle county is perhaps the largest cattle dealer in Kentucky. Since the first day of May he has shipped from Kentucky to tho New York market about 300 cars of cattle weighing from twelve to fifteen j uuiiureu pounas per neaa. iney cost him from $7.00 to $8. per hundred is done. These cattle were bought from most dpace It is difficult to bring your mind to sive use below this heading 13 for the exclu- every part of the state. of oar farmer subscribers, and is for imagine that the old, wrinkled-u- p the sale of stock, grain and such things on woman you now see was once a fresh farm as the farmer cannot afford to adverAt Hustonville last Fridry W. B. and rosy cheeked girl, with smiles that tise. No notice will be accepted over four Burton bought 2 mules from Jas. ll Hues, and will be only in .wo Issues of the caught the boys, still they all declare Record, free of charge at $375. and a nice pony at $110. that once they were. He also bought of Joseph Bishop 2 mules at $315. and of J. W. Hood. 2 For Sale-- 24 ewes. Ike M. Myers. A total stranger passed through good mules at $425. He also bought of yesterday tacking up some soap 24 young ewes for sale. Sam Cotton Allen Bros, a nice horse at $140. and advertisements. Several of our citiBright red comb is the best indication another horse of Miss Ella Barnett, Mr zens, including the postmaster, took Burton is to go after the last named exceptions to this suggestions and or- of health. horse this week. Mr. Burton also dered this man to move on. Wanted: At once 3000 tobacco bought of Mr. J. W. Prewitt of this Z. T. Rice, Phone 347-Columbus Allsop was seen at the sticks. county a mule at $185. Dog Hill church Sunday with his neckDr. R. L. Pontius bought a nice grey tie on. This is the necktie Columbus gelding at Somerset for $150. 00. wore to the mourner's bench in '74, and he says it's still good for many Mr. C. A. Arnold shipped a car load more protracted meetings. of 880 pound cattle to Cincinnati last Maj. Gen Leonard Wood stated in Fletcher Ilcnstep, who has been Saturday. Washington that it was almost imposplaying the little fiddle in the ExcelUse the orchard for pig pastures, sible to obtain suitable horses for the sior Fiddling Band for the past several so the pigs can eat all the dropping, United States cavalry. months, has invented a new chin rest wormy fruit. on his instrument and now will not Aviator Howard Gill of Baltimore, Wilson Alexander of Lincpjri county was killed, and George Mestach, of have to sit down so much while he is bought a mule pf Clei Coleman of France, was injured when their aeroplaying. planes collied in the air at Chicago Harrodsburg at 13.5.00, Miss Hostetter Hocks has been Saturday asked to teach the school in the Calf B.ruge Law3on sold to Thomps Hill 7 Coal miners and operators in west Ribs community. She says she would shoats for $25.50 and a cow and calf to Virginia agreed to reply on Monday to not mind accepting the position if the the same party at $40.00. Gov. Glasscock's proposition that they k out in trustees will build a For Rent 125 acre farm, 3J miles submit their differencea to a board of front of the building for her to mount on Buckeye road near Mrs Carrie Dav- arbitration. her mule from. idson's place. Mrs. Susan LeaveU, Luke Mathewsla's crop of irish poAccording to reports made by the tatoes, whilh he has watched very It is easier to keep a Jot of pigs quiet, Department of Agriculture, between closely throughout the summer, arg than it is to make them so after they 15,000 and 20.000 acres of cotton has now all fully developed. They are all have formed the habit of roaming. been damaged in Arkansas by the cot small, but he says he raised them that ton caterpillar. The poultryman who thinks ahead of way so that if any of them rotted he Clerk Trimble, of the House of Rephis work is certain to come out ahead would not lose much. resentatives at Washington, said that of the one who work ahead of his think. The town trustees of Tlckville met of the 1,000 or 1,200, candidates for Friday night in regular sess'on. The No one should be satisfied with a cow Dongress throughout the country only minutes of the last meeting were read unless she produces 5,000 lbs. of milk, about had filed a full account and approved, and this being the only testing from 4 per cent, to 4J per cent qf campaign expenses. important matter to come before the fat. Sidna Allen and Weslev Edwards. meeting they adjourned postmortem. The Jersey exhibit at the Kentucky members of the Allen gang that shot The trustees are improving the town of Tickville very much around their State Fair pclipscs all past records both up the HiHsville, Va., court last March, n $he number and quality of animals afterward making their escape, were own homes. captured in Desmoines, Iowa, Saturday Luke Mathewsla took a look a the shown. by detectives who trailed them by fol-- J train while at the depot at Tickville Eggs washed in water lose the nice lowing Miss Maude Iroler. of Mount Monday morning. He says there was Airy, Va. who was to have been marnothing like that in the old days, and fresh apearance they have when first ried to Edwards. he is afraid the world is getting so laid. Add a little vinegar to water and smart something is bound to happen use sparingly. to it. The Editor of the Tickville STOMACH ALWAYS When paper says this is especially liable to prices feeds can be purchased at the mentioned it will cost from 15 to FEELS FINE. happen to the folks that ride on this 20 cents a day to feed a good dairy cow, road. or from $50 to $75 per year. Eat And Drink What You Want When- The two Twins of the Calf Rids neighborhood have traded for a double- Mr. Thomas Rankin bought six mules ever You Want It. of Mr. Sweeney Morgan at $150.00 per head. Mr. Rankin also bought 14 Don't you know that a whole lot of coming two years old mules of Price this indigestion, dyspepsia, gastritis, Bros, at $115. 0Q a round, catarrh of the stomach talk is all nonSweet corn may be put into the silo, sense. Don't you know that fermentation of and it makes a. very good quality of food in the stomach causes nearly all In a letter from Branch-lan- d, silage, A little more acid, owing to W. Va., Mrs. Elizathe sugar content of the corn, will de- stomach troubles. StomDon't you know that beth Chapman says: "I velop than when silage is made from ach Tablets compounded from the best suffered from womanly common field corn. prescription for stomach distress ever troubles nearly five years. written, will put your troublesome All the doctors in the counChickens should have good, sweet ty did me no good. I took feed to make good eggs, the same as stomach in fine condition, or money Cardui, and now' I am ena cow should have sweet grains to back. Stomach Tablets give intirely well. I feel like a make good sweet milk. How quick a new woman. Cardui saved dairyman moves his cows when he finds stant relief. Take them for gas, sourness, heaviness, heartburn, or after my lifel All who suffer garlic in his pasture. dinner distress Keep them with ou from womanly trouble Will you feed the hogs in the mud and take them regularly until your should give Cardui a trial." this winter, or build a feeding floor stomach is strong and vigorous. Large E61 which may cost $10 or lOO, according box BO cts. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. barrel shotgun, and are expecting to do some hunting this winter. The only fault Fit Smith Miss Fruzle Allsop last week at- found with the gun is that it is too tempted to mislead the public as to slow on trigger, sometimes several her age by subscribing for the Youth's minutes elapse between the time the Companion. trigger is pulled and the explosion The poor man's diary: Satuday night, takes place. The twins, however, can a sack of flour, a dollar's worth of j arrange it so both can hunt with it at sugar, twenty-fiv- e cents' worth of the same time. One can take the gun along, get a good focus on a squirrel, coffee and a strip of bacon. then pull the trigger. He then hands Tobe Mosely is contemplating this it over to his brother, who holds it in fall by building himself a new house. position until it fires, while he goes on He will build all of the rooms on the ahead and picks out more game to be south side of the structure, the north shot at. side being so cold during the winter. Prof. Atlas Peck is fixing to extend 9ttooo0cooeoooooceocooe60062 his teachings to the higher branches of knowledge, and the trustees are wonS LULUMJN dering if the Wild Onion school house won't have to be made taller whe"h this froooo?ooooooqooooo 00400 - - Hogwallow News. muzzle-loadin- g to the size of your herd, but it will pay ilOrE rtifriMniMr. for itself every time. Tankage is one of the very best m commercial feeds in fattening hogs. W. B. Burton shipped a car of mules and horses to the Wilson Live Stock Co. last week. 12 mules averaged $195 per head and 10 horses averaged $195. This was the first load of stock he has shipped this firm this season but for the next few months will continue to make them car load shipments at dhUUHl jJOSMrSDlJlI iMD Irrli You fire To Decide Wheat whether you are to USE a Flour made from Clean, Wholesome or one made from Cheap Wheat with all its impurities. Our L tAMlW I Yo-we- is made from pure WHEAT by Scientific Milling. We have added a COAL YARD and can sell you some of the best quality of Coals at low Prices. Your orders are appreciated. Glen Lily iianl Milling rtn m Hog-wallo- w Go. feaua iMilrrHirmJii lliilifpjiMlllJlMJrlliJliljll B General News. uriey ioDacco throwers cost Your Own Brands netter tobacco than you do. You know how we manufacture, so yon know that these brands are perfection. Now we want you to help lis sell these brands this year even better than our best previous years. The reasons you should so help are as follows: We, as yOU know, are USinf rntir rhr?rpr tnrincfn in tho Dranus ot btrater Bros.' Branch, and you know that nobody grows You Are Part Owner The fact that you grow the tobacco makes you part ownerof all thesebrancK Every time that one sells jj;; profit. Every word that you say m favor of anv helps to increase those sales. Every brand that you buy for your own use helps make those profits better. All our interests your interests and ours are pooled in these several tobaccos. It is logic that you should bend all of vour efforts, however small, in tae selling. stile-bloc- Smokers and chewers flock to brand"? that they see the most people buying. J0.0OO steady users indirectlv mal-more. Get them for Stfater Bros. Branch Brands the brands that you grow for by using these brandsyourself. e JO.-0- 00 Tell Every Friend Tell your friends of these brands. Tell them what you know of the tobacco. Tell them you grow it and smoke and chcu it yourself, so you knou: Tell them it comes from Kentucky, from the center of the richest Burley sections. Let them know it's the cream of your crops and that they can buy these brands from 'most any dealer, because dealers know that thi.i.e brands are the best they caa buy. Enrley crower sJiouId be Burley Booster and tho leit way to bout is to BUY Burley YOUR OWN BRANDS-YOURSE- LF. The United Power of 40,000 Buyers 40,000 men in a section wield an enormous buying influence. If all ask for these brands when they buy tobacco there results a K'gantic sale. And bj sales are the best advertising known. one-.thi- rd I made from the pick of the famous crops of 40.CHX) crowers. Every one of these crowers is boostmjrthem ail. So are all of their friends. This method is the profits to dealers to thoso who sell these brands. Are they workinir for you? brinsinc Here arc the mild, fragrant smoking brands GOLDEN GLOW PENNY POST FULL PAY. BY Here are the delicious chewing JOE TWIST CUP DAY'S WOR1C --ON THE NATURAL LEAF. Put them into your stock. See how they sell. brandj-INDEX-- States know ' hey are throughout the Unitedpopular brands. these famous tobaccos. They are helpmc these dealers to prosper. They are To Dealer! ,T DeaIer3 Nation-wid- e STRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. (2) Life Saver MI-O-N- A n MI-O-N- A iPE is impossible. Remington-UMC ATElL : Sure Safe Shooiind for Man or Bov And a Simple Rifle to Care For .22 Repeater is rifled, sighted and The Remington-UM- C tested for accuracy by expert gunsmiths. It shoots as you hold. The simple, improved safely device on every Remington-UM- C ,22 repeater never fails to work. Accidental discharge Take B. F. HUDSON, President. CARDUI J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. " ORGANIZE!) 18S3. The Woman's Tonlo 50 years of proof have convinced those who tested it, that Cardui quickly relieves aches and pains due to womanly weakness, and helps nature to build up weak women to health and strength. Thousands of women have found Cardui to be a real life saver. Why not test it for your case? Take Cardui today! j Wo Citizens National Bank ky. UD JjAJNUAST.UK, CORTRIGHT. MblAL SHINGLES LAID RIGHT OVER OLD WOO The Remtngton-UM- C .22 Repeater Is easily cared for. In taking down, your fingers are your only tools. The breech block, firing pin and extractor, come out in one piece permitting the barrel to be cleaned from the breech. The action handles .22 short, .22 long or .22 long rifle cartridges any or all at the same time without adjustment the perfect shooting combination A 299 Broadway Remindfon Arms-Unio- n Metallic Cartridge Co. New York City CAPITAL, $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. V. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. SHINGLES r. P Business Solicited. J. S. Prompt Attention. Mmmmmw Al!'lwW ZeLtw$ 2. Not&t no bother, and when once fire-proof "ii s Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. good wood shingle, and in some places they cost much less. Roofs put oa 26 years ago ate as good as new today, and have never needed repairs. laid they make a thoroughly Horm-proroof, neither of which can and be claimed for the wood shingle. As to crice they cost no mote than a w. o. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer. I Apply to Local Contractors or-- Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 1 8. Lancaster, Ky. Tn LTir- - TriZ.. ,. - . -- ml '' "W t,t L.Jtti' vyj. W yfr , j la Mammoth Cave The Dry Fall Outing To Kentucky's Great Subteranean Wonder, Or Miles Under Ground Wednesday, Oct. 16. sss$s$e$KSx5s t$tsm3x$'$s . :9st:as&:a " 200 a Arranged for private and select parties, home people and their visitors. River low, echo grand, and cave dry. The time to see Mammoth Cave when at its best. Round-tri- p railroad fare $5.65 from Lancaster and all way stations on regular train 5:15 a. m. Board at Cave Hotel from arrival for supper until after breakfast morning of the third day, also including the two trips through the cave for $6.50. Limit on ticket 10 days. Write or phone L. & N. Agent. Announcemen OP s , b & FALL AND WINTER ? I x 'a it rf -- K We beg to Announce to the trade that our fall and winter goods are now ready for inspection. We have a full and complete line of Foreign and Domestic Woolens in the latest shades We work from ten to fifteen tailors all the time and they are a a x a1 J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office F1iodc31. Residence Phone and patterns. Our Clothes are distinctive for style and fit. We guarantee every garment we turn out to be perfect in every detail and our best recommendation is our host of satisfied customers. t plfc the best, are highest priced ones that we have been able to get together in the many years that we have been making clothes for Central Kentucky people. All we ask is that you give us a trial and we will guarantee that you will be satisfied. Remember we make our clothes right here in Danville and you can try on your suit as often as you like. a 'a, a if a o Q O t o o ., o Q M ( v V LANCASTER, KY. Fruit and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Aspara- gus, Rhubarb, Roses. Peonies, and Phlox. tGliSarisssi;i;$i;i:$i:ivsg$ x Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you THE PLAIN TRUTH. What More Can Lancaster People Ask? n When residents and highly respected people of Lancaster make such statements as the following, it must carry conviction to every read er: Will C. Davis, Danviile, Pike, Lan caster, Ky., says: "Doan's Kidney Pills have done me more good than anything else and I can recommend well-know- Merchant Tailor. gnnrai : H. H an a a . RO g EH Kentucky Danville, jfsssKs:ws:r.:ir:6:::ft::6i::i:ft::6i:i:sii. 1-- 'a P a a a a ::, x5x8x The Robinson Sale. J MONEY BACK GARARRH REMEDY. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Irritation of Foolish Fear. French Lawyers Went on Strike. Of all the propensities which teach Over 300 years ago one of the most mankind to torment themselves, that unusual strikes ever recorded took Hogs of causeless fear is the most irritat- place in Paris. w?icn all the lawyers Poultry ing, busy, painful and pitiable. Wal- walked out, so to speak. were saved from cholera and other diseases A law or during the hot weather by the use of ter Scott ordonnance was issued and promulgated by the French king. Henry III., ordering all lawyers to sign their -ZEMO SOAP FREE 4 pleadings and to state the amount Declared To Be The Most Wonderful they were charging their clients for This was done so their services. Tba Greatest Cholera Preventive Known Medicated Soap Known. that the lawyers could be properly and Prevents and cures the cholera, but don't sufficiently taxed on their income. The put it off until they keel With every trial bottle of lawyers objected, and the strike, causGive oier. mixed it to them now with food the wonderful Zemo for all skin af- ing an entire stay of judicial proceedit regulates the workings of the bowels, dis- flictions, you get a free trial cake of ings, followed Peace was restored cholera and other perms which get into the system of the ordon Zemo Soap, the best medicated soap by the with the food or drink. A Cat'Sino Powder produced; also their guide book on how nance, though it was not repealed. for Poultry to care for the skin and remove all and another for hoes, packed in metal cans, can't dry up. lose Many Driven From Home. trace of disease. Zemo soap lathers strength or spoil like others and costs no more. It is all medicine fine, makes the" hands smooth, is a and guaranteed too. Every year, in many parts of the How to Tell dandy head wash and you will grow to country, thousands Written to be understood and given free to Ihe are driven from stock owner, our page illustrated book, by our depend upon it. Zemo liquid cures all their homes by coughs and consulting Veterinarian, showing how to know and lung diseasshowing how to cure diseases in Horses. Cattle, skin irritations and makes children es. Friends and business are Sheep, Swine and Poultry, together with over 11 left beRemedies, including happy. Return the bottle of Zemo if hind for other climates, but this is RESORBINE you don't like it and get your 25 cents costly and not always Our guaranteed remedy for Ring Bones, Spavins sure. A better Splints or any bony enlargements. as it is fully guaranteed by druggists way-t- he way of multitudes-- is to use THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) everywhere, and in Lancaster by R. Dr. King's New Discovery and Baltimore, mil, u. 5. a. cure BaaaaaaaaaaaaaV For SalO by E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store. yourself at heme.- - Stay right there, Zemo and Zemo Soap are prepared with your friends, and take this safe C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. by E. W. Rose Medicine Co , St.Louis, medicine. Throat and lung troubles Mo., and their guarantee is as good as find quick relief Agents wanted in other towns. and health returns. gold. Its help in coughs, colds, grip, croup, whooping-coug- h and sore lungs make Temptation's Gay Colors. it a positive blessing. 50c and $1.00 Many a dangerous temptation comes to us In flue, gay colors that Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. are but skin deep. Mathew Henry E. McRoberts & Son. G holera Posts V DOLLARS OF every year to poultry and hog raisers. Last year thousands of MILLIONS Dosing the stomach won't kill Catarrh germs. Neither will spray, douches, snusff or ointments. The quickest way to kill germs is to breathe deep' into the lungs vaporized air of Booth's HYOMEI. As this antiseptic air passes over the sore spots infested with Catarrh germs, it not only destroys them, but heals the them to everyone. My kidney action inflamed membrane and stops the diswas irregular and I had backaches. I charge of mucus. Then hawking, spitting, snuffing, used Doan's Kidney Pills and they recrusts in nose and foul breath will dislieved me." "When Your Back is Lame Remem appear, and vile, disgusting Catrrh will ber the Name." Don't simply ask for be conquered. A complete HYOMEI outfit, which a kidney remedy ask directly for Doan's Kidney Pills, the same that includes a hard rubber inhaler, only Mr. Davis had the remedy backed by costs $1.00. Extra bottles, if afterwires needed, 50c; and R. E. McRoberts & Son home testimony. 50c all stores. Co., Props.. Buffalo. N. Y. is authorized to refund your money if rn 1-- m The sale of the estate of the late James Robinson was most successfully conducted at the home place in the forks of the Stanford, Hubble and the Lancaster and Danville pikes on Thursday of last week. A great crowd was present, and bidding was spirited and high on almost everything ofTered. Col. Ike Dunn, of Danville, cried the sale, and saw that nothing went under its true value. he farm, is a magnificent estate lying close to three cities and on good roads, was sold in two pieces, being susceptible to division. The house and 1G9 acres of land, on the south of the Danville pike, was bought by W. S. Tewmey, a of the late Mr. son-in-la- house $2. 7 lambs J. D. Whitehouse at $2.20 600 bales of hay sold to J. A. Robinson at 50 cents a cwt. Corn in the field sold to J. C. Robinson at $2.27 2 and $2.26 per barrel. Fifteen shares of stock in tie First National Bank of Stanford were sold in blocks of five. John C. Robinson bought the first block at$150.50 a share; he got the second block at $151.25 a share and J. C. Eubanks paid $151 for the third block. Made First 40 Years Ago Been First Ever Since That's the history and the record on which has been established the priceless reputation of FALLING DAN- HAIR DRUFF SCALP ITCH VANISHES. PARISIAN Sage will quickly end all hair and scalp troubles and make your hair so silky, luxuriant and lustrous , that all will admire it. suaiu iluii utvi llllll. f Cleans up dandrufi" in short order and kills dandrufi' germs. After the first bottle your hair will be lustrous and fuil bf life. Be sure and get PARSIAN Sage. Girl with Auburn hair on every carton. It is not a dye but a clean, refreshing, invigorating tonic, that preserves the color. At dealers everywhere. Large bottle 50 cents. Sold by R. E. back .clo LiC The Kind That Lasts Mastic Paint gives a hard, glossy, durable finish impossible to secure with keg lead and oil. Won't crack, peel, or chalk off. Ask our dealer in your tovn for book of suggestions und color chart. Manufactured hv Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Incorporated 9 am Mti;?Tri n fLim- ---"L -- Robinson, at $110 an acre. Ninety-tw- o dissatisfied. and ttft 25-ce- nt SS8BJS! acres on the north of the Danville pike, were bought by Sam Han is, Jr., for his mother and family at an even $100 an acre. This tract adjoins the Harris home place: in fact, years ago was a part of the old Engleman farm but in a division, was sold to Mr. Robinson. The acquisition of it by the Harris family adds greatly to the value of their already attractive estate. The whole farm had been in the possession of Mr. Robinson for 57 years, and is considered a splendid piece of property. A quantity of live stock was eagerb McRoberts, & Son. on money bought by the bidders. In fact, every dan. thing sold well. A fine burgoo dinner was served, and enjoyec-bthe throng, many of whom were ladies. The sales of live stock and other farm products were as follows. Horse mule, J. B. Robinson 101. Mare mule, to same $125. Mare mule J. A. Robinson $117,50. Mare mule Wilson Alexander $150. Mare mule, Monte Fox $202.50. Horse mule, Wils Alexander $100. Horse mule, A. J. Gooch, $140. Mare mule, W. Alexander $135. Horse mule to same $137.50 Mare mule J. A. Robinson $142.50. Mule colt, J. E. Robinson $80. Bay mare, Sam Harris, Jr., $50. Sorrel mare J. C. Robinson $142.50 Mule colt J. E. Robinson $85. Bay mare, W. L. Dunagan $80. Gray jack, E. Allen $157.50. . 4 '1 vj f . - -- ViMiL-- -' i v' u i Co. buiuavuiv, n.v. S 4?. XEDPAlNTJ E. E. I l( 3BS3eS9!ZXa3sS3:SSSS3S2SSi g .ysV vkX" .fc& ??' , PfpSf HWl jAJ5.JaJjLv & ROOTS CO Cure J 1 Cal-SIn- o iseases, The says so, if ay by $mit?-s- r Sc.-- te - v i I JtSZk vs; Is feeing proven every tTJnaa N HERE'STHEHOG heavy steers, J. D. Whitehouse of Boyle at $6.70 a hundred and to be 25 l-- m weighed 1 at once. (1662-1714)- ). BOURBON REMEDY CO.. Lexington, Ey. Enclosed find photo of hoc that was cured of cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Rem edjr. This hoe was almost dead before using the medicine, and then was entirely cured, except loss of ears, tall, etc. The hog Is owned by Mr. Sidles Swing, of Bowling Green, Ky. He will be clad to give you a testimonial, and we can get several more if you want them. JENRINS-SUBLET- T DRUG CO., Bowling Green, Ky. I Ask Your Druggist for It. Sold by HASELDON BROS. Having pretty manners helps a little girl, but all a little boy gets out of as heads of large enterprises are men pretty manners is to have the other boys deof great energy. Success, call hlnji "Slujsy." Atchison mands health To ail is to fail. It's Globe. utter folly for a man to endure a weak, half alive condition when Wiat We Never Forget Electric Bitters will put him right on his feet in short order. Four bottles according to science, are the things asdid me more real good than any other sociated with our early home life, such medicine I ever took.' writes Chas B. as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that mother Allen, Sylvania, pa. "After years of or grandmother used to cure burns, suffering with rheumatism, liver trouble" boils, scalds, sores, skin eruptions, cuts, stomache disorders and deranged kidsprains or bruises. Forty years of neys, I am again, thanks to Electric Bitters, sound and well." Try them. cures prove its merit. Unrivaled for Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & piles, corns or cold sores. Only 25 Son. cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. I The Men Who Succeed. to-da- y, Boy's Reward. steer, to same for $37. Cow, J, T. Speaks. $43.50. Cow, W. H. Thurmond $42. Red bull, J. C. Robinson 40. Hereford heifer J. .T. Speake $30. CHARLIE WH5TE&100H, 3729-3- 1 tha Cow Boy Herbalist W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Hereford heifer Steve Carrier $27 Calf, G. A. Swinebroad $15. Heifer calf W. H. Thurmond $13. Jersey cow and calf W. M. Duncan $32. run-dow- n, -- Two brood sows, Walter Dunn, Lincoln for $31.25. 9 Gilts, J. D. Whitehouse at $11. 15 Shoats, W. P. Kincaid at $2.25 Male hog, W. Alexander, $13.50. 30 36 of 1-- m 1-- m Ewes F. F. Fitzpatrick at $4.50 Ewes B. G. Gover at $2.10. Four bucks: 1st choice F. F. Fitzpatrick at $4.50; 2d J. H.Woods, $4.55; 3d J. C. Eubank $3; 4th J. D. White- - Deep down in every human heart lies a NATURAL desire for NATURE'S medicines, Roots S: Herb?. Toolotife have the secrets of nature been neglected, too long have people disregarded God's promises. Modern doctors thinfc only of "operations" & strong drugs, while human suffering & deaths from disease increase rapidly every'year. & among the Indians gie me a peculiar Health is natural, disease unnatural. 3Iy years of experience as a Cow-bo- y fitness & knovledge of the powers of Roots & Herbs as medicines, my remedies have cured & are curing Blood Poison, Lung Trouble, Kidney, Bladder, Liver, Female & Skin diseases, Rheumatism, Dropsy, Catarrh, Nervous & Stomach Troubles that were pronounced incurable by the best doctors. I want to PROVE "this to the world & to anyone asking, I will mail the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOHERBALIST," absolutely free. If yon are not enjoying ALL the blessings, of perfect health, your duty demands that you INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of inquiry promptly answered. is the name of my great TONIC, composed of 16 Rootr & Herbs, makes 3 full quarts of medicine, lasts about months, costs only one dollar & is LEGALL Y GUARANTEED to satisfy THE PURCHASER or money refunded. is sold BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS IN MEDICINE for the nerves, stomach, liver, kidneys, btwels, bladder & blood. A household remedy most excellent. Ask for if your druggist hasn't got it or won't get it, WILL FILL YOUR Y COM-CEL-SAR j BODY-BUILDE- R, COM-CEL-SA- R 1 COM-CEL-SA- R, CHARLIE SCIENCE SOPE is HUMAN SKIN ONL Y, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. WHITE-MOON- S ORDERS POSTAGE PAID. I made 10c of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR or bars sjc at all dealers, Retail, zvho j .. - f t -- - ... T - iii iHiT lnW'tM iUh'UI I , , i , ii .n. .in m I HI a.MM j . - ,. mi,,, -- 3 Tl Willi "W W MJHii i1 blil MMU" IM Hf WW RO Of The Good An 2 SEASON EXHIBIT Things To Come In Ladies Apparel For Fall and 1912-19- 13. Winter Mr '82$' jii VI opportunity for you to get a glimpse into the future "Whats What" in new things for Fall and Winter. Many stunning new ideas that are worth more than a special trip to see, are prominent in the early showing. You should see and try on some of these handsome GARMENTS. An unusually handsome display for so early awaits your favor. 4 Ml II The Store Thats Ready To Show. If : The Joseph Mercantile Co. I.I i The Store For Women Whb Care, fcj wmm : M "MMM",,M"""M'"M"'M"""MMMM,M"" ' " i ' , ' ; i V With Each RANGE Sold For J Gossip About Next 30 Days I I People NNN Horace Walker and Virgil Kinnaird were in Lexington Tuesday. I Mrs. B. F. Hudson gave a handsome 8 course dinner at her suburban home. Attorney and Mrs. J. E. Robinson have been recent visitors in Frankfort. B R many more mile stones, even far yond century mark. be- w v Lancaster was well represented at the State Fair last week, almost every train taking a crowd from this place. Among those who attended were Mr. J YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. V ... J Dr. D. F. Smith Physician PHONE ., ..,,. R. M. Arnold's buggies are the best. & NO Surgeon. 219. Hos- PP 1 IF L A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In. I glbK.1 Miss Minerva Cox is with friends Lincoln county. Mr. and Mrs. Z. T. Rice and children are with friends in Richmond. IM i t t m j' vsr u 'W Otliice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. The late Methodist Conference Recleaned seed wheat $1.10 Lancaster, -- -- Kentucky designated Rev. F. S. Poliitt as the Hill onions $1.00 successor to Dr. E. H. Pearce in charge Hill onion sets $2.00 Hoosier Wheat Drills, Moline Wagons. Best, Cheapof the churches at this place and at Walter E. Moss, Phone 354-Hubble. Rev. Poliitt comes of a family est and most durable wagon made. We want to see every body in- Garof preachers who have long been Who So Ever Will. rard County at our store, Saturday Sepprominently identified with the Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT Methodist churches in Central Kentucky tember 28. We have something good and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. and have been very successful. Rev. for you. Davidson & Doty. The Old Reliable Barber. Miss Allie Yantis and attractive Poliitt will preach his initial sermon in See our special line of Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton were in Lancaster on next Sunday morning. guest Miss Gerdler of Somerset have . Louisville the past week for the fair. HENRY DUNCAN hair ribbons. been visiting in Danville. i3.yjCT.-r:T-.'-U MfPgCTfa Fall and Winter opening Misses Martha and Helen Gill are at Miss Rella Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Broaddus spjnt home again after a visit at Winona.Ind. on Saturday, Sept. 28th. several days in Bryantsville with their Bank Stock For Sale. Mrs. B. C. Rose. See our display of Fisks Mr. Geo. F. Brown is in Aurora, Ind. Five Shares of Stock in The Garrard LIVERY, visiting his sister Mrs. W. S. Holman. Mrs. Sallie Raymond has returnrd to Hats. Miss Rella Arnold. Bank & Trust Company of Lancaster, OF LANCASTER. Misses Frances and Katharine Rankin her home in Richmond after a pro Ky. For information see th6 Editor of FAINT LICK. of Burnside are guests of Miss Mary tracted stay with her daughter Mrs J. the Central Record. 2t Capital Stanford Street. Parker Gregory. Rankin. Mrs. Cecil Duncan is visiting relativNotice LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. A. R. DENNY, President. Miss Lucy Francis has been visiting Will Doty who is holding a position es at Winchester. Having disolved partnership we deher cousin Mrs Henry Riddleberger of with the electric light comp?ny in J. E. ST0RMES, Vice Pres't. Miss Lucy Francis of Lancaster has sire that all persons owing the firm, Paint Lick. Richmond, Ky. is here visitinfa his Office Hours S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Office over been the guest of Mrs. Henry r. will call and settle their accounts at a.m to father, Mr. Jesse Doty. 1p.m. to i. Stormes' Drug Stora Miss Kathleen Hanley of Nicholas-vill- e r. R. T. Em nuv, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Giu-- , once, and without further delay. This is the guest of Miss Minnie Brown Mrs. Charles Davis of Chattanooga Mrs Ann Robinson has returned to means you if you owe us. :E and sister. Tenn. came Monday for a several her home in Lancaster after a visit to 2t Ball & Holtzclaw Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. Mrs. T. J. Price was a visitor the weeks visit to her mother and brothers, Mrs. Jas. Francis. DENTIST. Magazines. past week of Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Price Mrs Elizabeth Joseph and sons. Phone 65. Dr. and Mrs. B. Ramsey of Stanford WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Lancaster, Ky. in Stanford. Mr. J. B. Collier is at home after a are the guests of their son Mr. Burdett agent for the Ladies Home I am Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. Journal, Saturday Evening Post and Miss Sophronia Fox will teach again visit of several weeks to his sons Ramsey and family. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. this year in a successful school near William Collier in Bell Jellico, Ky., Mrs. E. J. Ralston is spending sever- tne Country Gentleman, can get club and Charles Collier in Fork Ridge al days Buena Vista with her grandson Mr. W: 0. rates on any magazine published. Tenn. i Give me your order. Ralston of Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Miller are in 1 Mrs. Dollie Brown. Mrs Emma E. Daniel entertained at Mrs. Jimmy Ramsey and children reLouisville for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. G o'clock dinner Tuesday the guest of turned home Monday after a weeks R. E. Hughes. City Taxes Due. honor, being Eld. J. G. Livingston and visit to Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCormick. Mrs. J. B. Paxton and son James of Mrs Claud Leach of Davenport, Wash Your City taxes for 1912 were due E.'W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Mrs. E. C. McWhorter and daughters Stanford were Mrs. Jane Robinson's ington, Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. on March 1st. The City needs money Mrs. Labon Kirk and Miss Lula have recent guests. Mr. R. H. Batson and little daughter returned from a few days trip to Louis- to fix the streets, please arrange to Miss M. A. Stephens has returned to Miss Cecil Batson were in Nicholas-vill- e ville. pay at once, also the water rent is past Danville to resume her duties at the due. Call on me and pay as soon as to see Judge Homer W. Batson of Mrs John Todd and two children of D. and D. Institute. possible. L. E. Herron, City Tax CoLouisville, who is with his wife's relaAfton Okla. came in last Saturday for tives for a visit. PhYSican Fred P. Frisbie; Dr. Virgil Kinnaird, a few weeks visit to relatives and fri- llector. and John Gill Kinnaird were visitors in Miss Sadie Acre of Lexington who is ends of this neighborhood. Offiice over Logan's store. Small Farm For Sale. Lexington Wednesday. pleasing Lancaster audiences with her Mrs. Susie Wallace left Mondav noon Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. Office Plione 6 sweet solos during the revival at the for a stay at thePattie A. Clay Infirm 67 acres as fine corn and tobacco Residence Phone 75. d Miss Minnie May Robinson Christian church is a guest of Mrs. ary at Richmond. She will be attend- land as you can find 1 five acre barn 1 Judge and Mrs. Walker to Robert T. Embry. ed by her trained nurse Miss Louise new stock barn 28x40 new 3 room house Louisville for the fair. 1 mile from pike 2 miles from Hyatts-villTerry of this place. Mr. George B. Harris Travelling Miss Rebecca Williams has returned you can pay for this at $70.00 Mrs. Joe' Pettus, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. to Knoxville after a pleasant visit ten Passenger Agent for the Wabash R. R with headquarters in Birmingham Ala. Fish of Stanford attended the funeral per acre. Lancaster and Garrard friends. S. H. Aldridge Hyattsyille, Ky., or Physician and Surgeon. was the guest of his parents Judge and of their mother Mrs. Russell Denton, Any Dr and Mrs J. J. Pursley and Miss Mrs. E. W. Harris Sunday. much sympathy is extended to the J. I. Hamilton Lancaster. LANCASTER, KY. Stella Sanders were visitors at the family in their bereavement. Mr. Dan C. Elkin who has been Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. State Fair in Louisville last week; gaining valuable experience as a memYou like from our Uncle Ezra Says. R. S. Brown and son Harry have re- ber of tbe editorial force of the Record Record Cincinnati where they pur- during his vacation, has returned from turned from timber piles. No need "It don't take more'n a gilluy effort chased a handsome line of d'y goods. a visit to relatives in Atlanta Ga. to git folks into a peck of trouble" and to spend time in look Mrs. Maria Kirby is expected home Miss Nancy Walker leaves for a little neglect of constipation, bilious1 In In "" fSdJ J ' i. UUENA VISTA All Work Guaranteed. ing for good ones. from a visit of several weeks to rela- Atlanta, Ga. for the winter. She will ness, indigestion or other liver derangetives in Middlesboro, andBarboursville. attend a Kindergarten school to pre- ment will do the same. If ailing take Miss Carpenter spent Saturday with Paint Lick, Every stick in the Kentucky. Miss Kathleen Walter was in Louis- pare herself for a teacher. It takes Dr. King's New Life Pills for quick her parents at Harrodsburg. pile is sound, seasonresults. Easy, safe, sure, and only 25 ville for the State Fair and is still two years to finish the course. Ralph Scott who is in business in cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. there the guest of her friend Miss May Nicholasville spent Sunday at home Miss Lydia Elmore, who went to able and straight. Burton. Nazareth last week to attend school Mr. John Dismiukes operating a clover IC, Sale Of School Property. Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's huller. He spent last week beyond Mr and Mrs J. W. Acey motored returned last Friday as she. could not Having consolidated the district of Lancaster. over from Stanford Sunday and were get the work she wanted. She left DENTIST why you should get the best which means getting them Mr. A. Bastin and daughter Miss with the latters parents Mr and Mrs Monday to attend College at George- Paint Lick in Madison County and the town. here. Lowell district, these school houses Mayme spent Sunday with the family Wm Hughes. Office over Hurt & Anderson's. The Womans Club" will meet Wednes- and lots will be sold publicly Saturday of Albert Skinner. Mr. Arch Walker who is engaged in Oct 5. The property at Lowell at 10: Miss Wells of this county and Mrs. the drug business in Princeton, Ky. is day September, 25th, "at the home of the President Mrs. J. E. Robinson. It a. m. and at Paint Lick at 3:00 p. m. Morford of Indianapolis are guests of the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sue Bennett Memorial School. d cash Jan, 1 1913 and I Mrs. Ward Pickett. Terms will be the first meeting for the comW. S. Walker. the remainder in one and two years ing years work and the members will Mr. Henry McConn and wife of Admittedly one of the very best schools i Dr Jackson, wife and Mr Jackson have an open session. with good security at 6 per cent. Louisville spent last week winh Mr. in the State. Five Schools in one. and,Mrs Anderson of Danville were County Board of Education. McConn's sister Mrs. H. S. Chustopher. Messrs George D. and J. Fleece W. T. King Auctioneer. here Sunday for the funeral of Mrs. High School, Normal School, Graded School Rev. W. D. Moore delivered his well Robinson left Tuesday for Columbus Margerite Robinson. School of Music, Commercial School. known lecture "The Holy Land" to a Ga., where after a short visit to their Notice. Mrs, R. E. Hughes and little daughlarge and appreciative audience at J. C. LEWIS, Prin. Y. Robinson, they will brother J. LONDON. KY ter Margaret Elkin Hughes have re- proceed to Moultrie Ga., where they Notice of the disolution of tha Pil- Brown's Chapel Saturday night turned to their home in Louisville af- wiH probably take up their winter grimage Tobacco Company is hereby Mr. John Buckley of Mercer was in given. By consent in writing of the ter a visit with relatives. quarters. our midst Sunday. He conducted the owners of all the shares of stock in Miss Margaret Morrow has been ' Mr. Jchn K. West passed his 90th, said Company its business is closed song service at the Christian Endeavor selected as a teacher in the D. and D. birthday on last Sunday September 15, wound up. If any one and rendered beautiful solos at both Institute in Indianaplis. She will leave this remarkable gentleman of the old and its affairs has a claim against said Company they morning snd evening service. and Men's Gar- about October the third. . Mr. Arthur Wells who has been with Ladies' school is the most aged citizen of Lan- will present it at onc. And this merits, Hats, Etc. Master Frank and Irwin Fox and caster, and very likely of Garrard notice is published in the" Central Re- his brother for a few weeks returned Misses Elizabeth, and Annie Fox of county though he retains both his men- cord, a newspaper in Lancaster, Ky., lasfweek to his home at Sanders, He All orders called for and delivered. Danville were the pleasant visitors of tal faculties and physical strength to a as required by Section 561 of the was accompaned by his niece Miss Phone 340. Office Citizens National Bank. Lancaster, Kentucky. Gladys Wells who will attend school their cousins, Robert Fox at Marks- - remarkable degree. His many friends Kentucky Statutes. bury. Banks Hudson, President. there. h. Itf. Faulkner, jVIgr. - most ardently hope that he may pass T7- Call in and see the Quick Meal Range. Best Range made. Get a Souvenior. Mount, Son Co, Mr and Mrs R. H. Batson have gone to Chicago to buy goods for their store. relatives, V 1TTV...(t! r.t M.o IV. XJ. 1HL11UUCI 1,3 IClt U1H "CCtt AU.I.O. Af T1..1... "' rC . ll C.U a visit to her mother and sister in rfor is the guest of Lancaster friends Hopkinsville. Miss Bettie West is at home from a Miss Allie Yantis is at home again visit to Mrs, Waddle of Somerset. after a pleasant visit to Miss Elizabeth Miss Nannie B. Herring is in Rich- Girdles in Somerset. mond attending the Normal school. Mr. R. S. Brown left Tuesday for San Angelo Texas on a prospecting trip Mrs. W. B. Moss was in Louisville in the Lone Star state. last week attending the State Fair. T and Mrs. G. B. Swinebroad and children Rice of Richmond was the Dr. Pursley, wife and Miss Stella SanThomas recent guest of her cousin J. L. Franc- ders, Mrs. Givens Ternll and Miss Janie Terrill, Mrs. Horace K. Herndon, Mrs. is. Ada Kinnaird, Mr. and Mrs. Logan Mrs. David Chenault has returned Thompson, Judge A. D. Ford, Harry from p. recuperative at Dry Ridge Anderson. Jim Pierce, Sim Anderson, Springs. W. B. Moss Jr. Sam Herron, John A. Mr. L. Branham Beasley of San Conn, Horace and Joe Walker and many Angelo Tex. is visiting Lancaster others. This is our only invitation, but it Office on Danville Street in the means everybody. Davidson & Doty. pital Building. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. For Rent: House and lot on Lexing-Mrs- . ton St. Susan Fisher. Don't forget, Saturday September, Dr, R. 2Sth, Davidson & Doty. We are making a genuine Whole Wheat Flour. Ask your grocer for a 12 pound sack. Garrard Milling Co. L Pontius, .!. Dr. Pearce's Successor. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. F. n. COME! COME! - - THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus $30,000. grand-daught- J. W. SWEENEY er FEED and SALE STABLE. Riddle-burge- Book-Keepe- 13. "Wajlxer. 1 We Write Anv Kind of I Office RANGE at National Bank. DR. Wm. BURNETT and Surgeon. BEAZLEY & COLLIER occom-panie- t? Take Beam JtW' 1 e, W. M. ELLIOTT, m;m Subscribe for H. J. PATRICK, to-d- ay Dentist. 1-- m M. Denny, fl Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. " one-thir- INSURE TOUR , TOBACCO Lancaster WITH Dry Cleaning Co F. P. FRISB1E. . A U WM II HI Ell l HKV iin KH AND t I B 'J i'i t WB 'r I Mules, Brood Mares Colts, Business Horses, Jacks, Etc. 1 M H NUNNBLLBY'S STOCK STANFORD, KY. 100 Yards From RAILROAD STATION. BEGINNING AT 9:00 n YARDS. UNDER COVER. A. M, SHARP. a 200 65 Head Of Mules, Brood Mares, Horses, Jacks, Etc. Ten Mule Colts, AH Good Ones. 200 This will be a rare opportuniMules from two to five years old, including 19 well matched pairs. ty to get an extra team of mules, since this whole lot of Mules are the best I have ever sold at auction. 65 Draft Bred Work and Brood Mares, all ages. The right kind from which to raise mules; good style, good bone, weighing from 1100 to 1600 pounds and nearly all safely in foal to good Jacks. including 2 extra stallions. - These Ponies are 35 Ponies and. cross breeds, from colts to all good shape and size and mostly Mares bred to good Shetland studs. 10 Extra Saddle and Harness Bred Mares and Geldings, 3 to 5 years old, all broke and good kind. Saddle Bred Stallion. Good 4 Good Jack, 2 to 8 year old. good Har ness Bred Stallion. 20 Branded Western Mares, all young and most of them broke. 7-year-old, - 1 3-year- s-old 1 3-year- -old No other Sale in this Country Offers All this Stock will Postively Be Sold to the Highest Bidder. Such Opportunities for the Buyers to select just what they want, and no other sale gives the same guarantee of age and soundness, as I do. J. H. BAUGHMAN, Stanford. --. 4 Auctioneers, I. M. Dunn, Danville, Ky., and Geo. Speaks, Paris, Ky. W. C. Shanks will sell 50 head of Mules, Brood Mares and Jersey Cows the day before my sale. f ' Is. -- &.. a