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NUMBER 25. a TSLasrsyeasisnaiCro m H sss W eLsWetp esct s&a N SHOW I N halssKa bs SEPTEMBER 28th. Exhibiting The New Fall Styles For Women A A Fashion Show of Fascinating Interest To Which All Are Cordially Invited. It is with genuine pleasure we welcome you to see the new styles this fall. For many months past we have been selecting, buying and preparing for this event and it is with a feeling of pardonable pride that we ask you to view the results. 5 It ;f I A ' s 3 jgjtf " fife ' ; A rich and distinctive ft' .H'' 8 J showing of Suits, Coats, and Dresses. HiKiVST The Stor TSCSj5S7SiBaSKU!Sajsar?5l'T3LS'"a TVirt rtflrinic IWUWJIIVWIO Thats wir i I Readx) To IHLBBEr cm LBF hLV Hlf The t co. Our Woolen and Silk u Departments are full of goods you want to see. Show you. wKLmt wLrvwSLJSKr i A Mtmtr asCL LK 009 lKBtSBiiMHHRHWSBi&flair Wlfy u rf Ki. ilw ItlW "Rrltcf UMLIMW I B. F. HUDSON, President. i oRGAxiznn J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. zss'3. at Dr. Actons' office Friday Brother Brown will fill the pulpit evening Sept. 27th. at 7:30. I at the Piesbyterian Church Sunday will meet Demonstration. On " Vill1nll v"UiX'" Oysters at Zimmers Restrurant. There will be no services at the Church Sunday Sept. 29th. 0. P. Bush Pastor. Meeting Continues. We are putting in a full line of morning at the usual hour' Citizens National Bank OF LANGASTER, KY. "CAPITAL $50,000. V. W. SURPLUS $35,000. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Kcepo- r. 0. Rickey, Ass't CashY. Saturday Sept 2Sth we will demGo To Hear Bradley onstrate the unexcelled quality and Postmaster W. T. West went to nuiitv of Lulz & Schramm's line of Louisville on last Thursday and accom' baked beans, catsups, sauce, ect. panied Senator Biadjey to Lexington Everybody is cordially invited to stop where he spoke at the big republican in at our store and try these goods. jollification on Saturday night. Messrs Doty. Davidson J. W. Tatem, J. II. McQuerry, J. L. Francis went over to Lexington to Public Sale. hear the Senator. As I have decided to leave Lancaster. i protracted meeting at the Christian Church will continue throughout the week. Large crowds are in attendence at each service and a great deal of interest is being manifested. Heating1 and Cooking1 Business Solicited. r Prompt Attention. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, L..Gibbs 'J Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. 1 will at my home one mile on Danville pike on Saturday, Sept 28, at 2 o'clock sell all of my household and kitchen furniture, 2 fat hogs, weigh 225 lbs each, 1 sow and 7 pigs, 2 nice heifers and 1 family horse. Terms made known Owsjey Cox. on day of sale. Am. Bourne Auct. wr ws'a s&gi &Naa K5ie 4f 4 Mrs. Robinson Entertains Womans Club. Mrs. Joe Robinson opened her home to the Womans Club on Wednesday afternoon. A most interesting proTyphoid Fever. gram was rendered and the hospitality Dread typhoip fever has made its of this charming hostess was much enappearance in Lancaster. Mr. W. P. joyed. After the delightful program were served. Anderson was stricken at his home on Lexington street last week. Miss Will Shanks Big Sale. Bessie Prather is also a suirerer from Attention is called to the big sale of the malady as is the little daughter of Mr. Albert Ware. Indications are that Will Shanks an advertisement of which ; appears in this issue of the Record the cases aro all of a mild type. The sale takes place on Tuesday October Card Of Thanks. 1st, the day preceding the Baughman salej There is a lot of fine stock, cattle,, I did my best, I left no stone unturned that I thought would honorably as- - mules & cows to be disposed of at this stat me in the struggle for the piano sale and those in need of such stock rit rtM in tha nrrt a or nnnHnnfal Vr f trck l Record and Mr. R. S. Brown. I realize Watch Your Cherry Trees. that I had a great number of friends The phenomenon is being witnessed working in my behalf, and my one reof several cherry trees out in the gret is that I might have won, as much for their sake as for my own. I take county being in full bloom. Mr R. this method of offering my appreciation Zimmer, whose father owned a large cherry orchard in Germany, and who for their efforts in m.y behalf. has assisted in the making of many a Mary Eliza Holtzclaw When Will It Cease? STOVES and expect to sell them at rock bottom prices. See me before you buy. - We will have on display Friday and THIS WEEK, a very handsome line of is Sat-urda- y, 1 SI8S 5! a ? Coats, Dre es And Costumes. We Invite Inspection. Full line of New Fall Clothing Shoes, Hats and Furnishing Goods. H i T LOGAN BfaBPS: tK3& L4 1 SSiMHHMfl irV A number of our Nimrods preparing for fall excursions Cumberland, Rockcastle and Green Settle Judgement. rivers in pursuit of their favorite sport. Hon Murry Smith of Richmond, of This seems rather out of place when we have the very best fish stream in the law firm of Smith & Smith was the state traversing our county from here Tuesday settling with the repend to end. However, the depredations resentative of tee U. S. Casualitv Co., of the seiners and dynamiters have against which company Mr Smih's devastated this stream to such an extent firm secured a judgement in the Gar that it is hardly worth while to think rard circuit court recently in favor of about going to it, and too, it will take Mr R. D. Carosbell of Lowell for in years to restock it. It is very much to jury to an eye being injured while on a be hoped that the recent revival of train between this city and Richmond. interest in the enforcement of the fiah Mr. Jesse H. Arnold Returns. and crame laws will cover this stream and will serve to protect it from further! Mr. Jesse H. Arnold returned home ravages, on Tuesday from the St Joseph Infirmary in Levington where he recently underInsurance Rates Reduced, went on operation for appendicitis. He At a meeting of the States Insurance is not entirely recovered; but it is hoped Board in Louisville last week that body a few weeks rest will enable his to decided upon a material reduction in the resume his duttes in Frankfort. Messrs rates both in the city of Louisville and W. F. Champ and Logan Smith have throughout the state. The report of not yet returned, but it is thought tbey the commission has not been made yet, will be able ro do so shortly. but it is understood that it will amount Card Of Thanks. to about 25 per cent on dwellings in Other towns outside of Louiaviue. I desire to extend my sincere thanks risks are to be taken up and it is to my host of friends in Lancaster, expected that sweeping reductions will Garrard county and elsewhere who aidbe made on all classes of risks. This ed me so nobly in my efforts to secure is indeed good news to the policy the handsome piano offered by the holders who have long felt that their Record and Mr. Brown, and to assure insurance rates wpre exhorbitant and them that it was through their efforts not in keeping with the rates paid on that I was enabled to. wu?. shall and. shall similar risks in other states. never forget their kindness, ever cherish ' the rnamory of their kind ' ' Another Magisterial Candidate. Mae Powell ness. In this is3ue of the Record will be, Governor Marshall. found tH announcement of Mr. 5,avs Sutton for the democratic nomination j It was real inspiration that caused for Magistrate in the first (Lancaster) the Baltimore Convention tci place iytriot? Davis or "Pat" Sutton as he Governor Thomas R. Marshall on the isvknown'is one of the sterling farmers ticket with Governor- Wilson. As of the Buckeye section. He is a thrifty Governor of. Indiana he has demoni farmer and a good business man and strayed his capacity and, his public exthis is proof positive that he would pressions bef ore. and after the nominamake a good man to look afer the tion stamjx him. as a man that shouid business .interests of the cojjnty: He. fee honored and treated. The Governor is well acquainted with, the needs of the is a. firm believer that any system of county is a conservative hu.siness.man. government which enables one man to and if honored with the nomination at take advantage of another is not a the hands of his party, would be a system under which a Democratic strong candidate, and in the event of condition of life can thrive, and his e effort has been for a return to his final election would makf a splenfirst principles, did officer. life-tim- barrel of "kirchenwasser" or cherry brandy, says that when a cherry tree are blooms in the fall it is sure not to bear to fruit the following year. W. 03 J. ROMANS. o w Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods A O O GOOD COFFEE 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. 2! o o W CO O H 8 E CO a --3 3 CO W P O O w W X o CO M w z: H W o Theo. Currey. ssioHmM O O O co spooo UB9puwg snouiBj jo 3un eidmoo 4 : jUftV i8&A&Sr &&J ftK9S?K?SSK3HC83 S8S3S333 V&0&&&0&&0 s &&ms&XlS&&&vEG3l& Cm STETSON HATS. LOOK IN OUR WINDOW PORYOUE SHAPE. THIS the new things first. is.trie store that The John B. Stetson Factory 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 $3.00. We are now showing many new and stylish STETSON H ATS- -a Hat for every face for every taste.. &$&$$$G$4&S$ JAS. W. SMITH. &&bS&&& y. o 6 a, a t HOUSE OF QUALITY. a 6 Q d 0$$0a3SHSaHCKKhSH5$a i:sSSg.2.Ss3.i:.;.gjgg.5.g.;.g.i,5i:) &tri We are authorized to announce Ledford-FinleMillinery Opening. "A No. 1" Dead. Mrs. Curtis HI. WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for MagMr James Ledford 26 and Miss Lou No. I" self styled King of 1 will hold my tall and winter opeiv "A Mrs. James B. Curtis who lives m istrate in the first district of Garrard incorporated. County, subject to the action of the Finley 24, both of the Paint Lick sec- ing on Saturday SeDtember 28th. Hoboes and o philosophical tramp was the Hackley section and who has bM $1.00 a year. democratic party. Issued Weekly. tion, secured licence Monday and were killed last week by falling from the Mrs. Ada Kinnaird. ill for some time, was m rods of a fast .moving train in Houston .Monday afternoon taken to the Xertaw married Wednesday. We are authorized, to announce Ship-to- n GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Patrons of the Lancaster Gradeed School. Tex. He was a unique character, Infirmary in Louisville, where she wH H. Estes as a candidate for Another Sale. claiming that his aim in life was to doubtless undergo an operation. The school session opened. It did in the first district of Garrard Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., county, subject to the action of the Mr. E. C. McWhorter, the popular not take long for the quarters to fill up reclaim and turn from their downward Matt Matter. as Second-Clas- s democratic party. Wills Probated. farmer and trader of Paint Lick, Ky. though thought everything path young men and boys who were I Member Kentucky Press Association was in town court day. He tells a mathematically ready, but certain starting life as tramps. He has In the county court Monday the wilte We are authorized to announce travelled all over the world and aiways and of Mrs. Alrnira Denton and Mactiw Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Central Record man that he will have grades fill more rapidly than others. Eighth District Publishers League. Magistrate in the second district of a big sale some time in October, selling The enrollment was 273 and at least left his peculiar mark of "A No. I" Graham were admitted to probnW. Garrard county, subject to the action all his personal property including a two dozen were turned away until a and an arrow indicating the direction Mrs. Denton devised that her property of the democratic party. big lot of live stock. Mr. McWhorter's more convenient season. We have he has taken in each town he visited. Lancaster, Ky., September 27, 1912. be divided equally share and share a.ikg wife has been in poor health for some provided for these and will be ready for These peculiar hieroglyphics are to be aiiong her seven daughters. She owj-t- j We are authorized to announce Tay- time and She and Mr. McWhorter left them Monday. We have had many seen in Lancaster as witenesses of his a nice farm in the Hackley section f T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- this lor Rates For Political Announcements istrate in the second week for Louisville where she will accessions from the country and would last visit here. this county. No executor was appointed, district of GarFor Precinct and City Offices . . . .$ 5.00 rard county, subject to the ac.tion of undergo an operation. Her many friends welcome more. The people have been Martin Graham a farmer of tl Third Man Murdered By Wife In Central hope that she may soon be well and very kind in our present 10.00 the democratic party. or County Offices Bryantsvill section willed all of hfc? able to come home. condition and I assure them that it is 15.00 For State and District Offices property both real and personal to hw Kentucky In Last Three Weeks. We are authorized to announce Davis 10 appreciated. J. L. Riley. For Calls, per line wife durinjr her life time nnfl at h Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate The murder of their husband by wives A Man Of Men. 1 10 in the first Magisterial district of GarFor Cards, per line i death to be divided eauallv betwn For all publications in the interrard county, subject to the action of Measured in every way and judged October 24th Date Of Ed Gaines Corn Show is becoming common in Central Ky., his two granchildren, William ami three such deeds having been commited the democratic party. HISS MAE POWELL. est of individuals or expresMartin Grahan. No executor numetl. by every standard, Governor Wilson Mark Well The Date And Bring Your in the last three weeks. The third sion of individual views, per Winner of Piano in Lancaster Contest. completely fills the bill of a man who in Danville on Beatty street on Exhibits. 10 line Branching Out should occupy the high office of PresiGovernor Woodrow Wilson in the last Friday night about41 o'clock when 05 Obituaries, per line Mesers. Hughes & Swinebroad tha conduct of his campaign for the presi- dent of the greatest nation on earth. Ed C. Gaines will hold his annual corn Mrs. Helen Williams Lane aged 50 shot enterprising and successful real estate dency did not secure from corporations Capable, scholarly, courageous, safe show on County Court day in October, and killed her husband Charles Lane agents are enlarging the scope of their every possible dollar that they were and patriotic, he will make an ideal which is October 24th and not on aged 65, an engine inspector for the Q. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. willing to g've, then ask for more and President whose single aim will be to already large business. They are nw October 4th as was inadvertently stated & C. railroad company. The crime is making a specialty of the pulling o when it was not forthcoming, for the obey the constitution and do the in a hand bill which was FOR PRESIDENT distributed on shrouded in mystery and Mrs. Lane has of public sales, sales of real estate ami WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey sake of the effect it would have on the greatest good for the greatest number. last Monday, so mark well this correctiou as yet refused to assign a reason for personalty at public outcry, and that people, blazon to the world the edict His majority should be so large that it and bring in an exhibit. The annual the crime or to shed any light upon the FOR , iheir efforts along this line will ha that no money was to be received from will serve lasting notice to the interests corn shows of Mr. Gaines have attracted facts leading up to it. There is said to THOMAS R. MARSHALL, crowned with success is strongly indicadoubtful sources, as some other candi- that this is the government to the considerable attention in the past, have been one eye witness to the deed Of Indiana ted by the success of the big W. g, dates we could mention have done in people, by tho people, and not of the liberal premiums have been offered and but he has not yet been apprehended. For Congress. Walker sale which they pulled off reprevious races, he did not make a great people by the trusts. the competition has been lively, and Mrs. Lane's home is at Flat Rock beHARVEY HELM, cently, which drew a largo erovyd awl grand stand howl about "tainted tne one neiu tnis year will be no low Somerset and her husband came of Lincoln. splendid prices were realised." money"; he just simply from the out- Senator Bradley fires Opening Gun In The exception to the . from Cincinnati where his remains rule. ! should not be surprised that in the near set issued the firm statement that no For Commonwealth's Attorney Republican Campaign In Lexingwere taken for interment. The murmoney would be accepted "with- a future this firms services wou.d Le in Pay No Heed To Them EMMET V. PURYEAR, dered man was for fifteen years an en . constant demand for this kind of work. ton And Flays "Ball Moose" string to it", that is money would not of Boyle. Allie Jones of North Middleton has gineer for the Q. & C. and lived in be accepted from corporations, indiviAlive. been disbarred from exhibiting stock at Somerset. Mrs. Lane was placed in jail duals or any other source where someSchool Opens. Paris fairs until he retracts some strong and has engaged Hon. W. J. Price to For County Judge. thing was expected in return more The Lancaster schools opened MonNearly two thousand people heard language he is alleged to have used defend her. We are authorized to announce Clay- than party success, and deeming the Senator William O Bradley sound the day, in spots, under circumstances when he failed to get a premium he School Rally. ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- best source from which to secure such keynote of the republican which ordinarily would be almost uncampaign in thought he should have been given, and ty Judge of Garrard County subject to funds, he announced that the most acMJSS OSA COULTER, endurable, but in view of the near apa masterly speech of two hours duration Harry Weissingerhas been barred from In a previous issue of this paper the action of the democratic party. ceptable contributions would be from at the Opera house mention has been made of a Teacher's Winner of Piano in Bryantsville Contest proach of the finish of our splendid in Lexington on the State Fair on the same grounds, We are authorized to announce the people themselves, from every last Saturday night. He ably defended new school building, will cheerfully be If we were to apply such dicipline to Association and School Fair to be held James A. Beazley as a candidate for democrat who felt willing and inclined the administration of President To Handle Good Machine. made the most of until better quarters Taft every kicker in this neck of the woods, in this city, Oct. 12. With this issue County Judge of Garrard county, sub- to contribute. ject to the action of the Democratic Kentucky desires to add $50,000. to and characterized the republican party we would be able to hold only one day the program and complete premium Messrs. D. W. Mahan and Bristow arc ready. The pupils are scattered as the only progressive party and as- fairs, we would be out of exhibitor, all list are announced. We consider our- Conn have formed a partnership to sell around over town in several different party. the national campaign fund by October serted buihdngs, which makes it exceedingly selves exceedingly fortunate to be able that it had been such for the 1st. . This may easily be done, and past fifty years. He was strong in his would be disbarred. Every exhibitor to announce the coming of such distin- the Buick automobile in this and sever- hard on the teachers as well as th For Sheriff. in every ring down this way is ready to They have al adjoining counties. done without injury to anyone, without denunciation of what he termed "Bull assert that he should most assuredly guished speaker to our city. bought a car load of the machines and pupils. But everyone, pupils, and We are authorized to announce C. A. anyone feeling the monetary loss and Moose" hypocricy and No person interested in schools can will receive three different models. patrons are asked to lend their coon- anarchy. He in have had the "blue". No attention is , Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of without placing our Chief Executive-t- o , delivery of this splendid oration paid to their wails and they always afford to miss this meeting. The ful The Buick i3 a splendid machine and i erauon anu maKe the task as easy on Garrard County, subject to the action be under any obligations for the con- the performed what many of his hearers show up again in the very next ring in purpose and benefit of this Association yery popular for reliable service, Mr. as possible and in the near future wa of the Democratic party. tributions. Every city and town in the termed a can not be realized withogt the active Mahan is a good hand with a machine, will have one of the most commodious sacred duty to his home peo- which they are eligible. We are authorized to announce state has some one soliciting contribu- ple and in such a manner as only cooperation of each child, teacher, while Mr. Conn, who owns the big gar- and comfortable school buildings in tha the Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff tions to this fund, there is a subscripAnother Farm Sold trustee, and patron, teachers and pu- age at Fourth and Main streets, is one state. of Garrard county, subject to the ac- tion being taken in Lancaster for the gifted Senator can. Former Congressr The attendance Monday was 273, expils, get busy! Your school must of the best in this section. -.- Danville man Ralph Cole of Ohio, another silver of the democratic party. tion Messrs. Hughes & Swinebroad the people of the town and county, Mr. J. ceeding that of any first day in tho tongued orator andstalworth supporter real estate agents have sold to Mr. T. make a creditable showing on that day, Messenger. We are authorized to announce W. R. Mount is regularly authorized to, of Pres't Taft and Hon. Edwin P, schools history, and "still there's more bring your children. Let B. Robinson for Eph. Leavell his farm Parents, L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard and will accept contributions. The to follow." Progressive Speakiug. Morrdw the giited young district attor- of 161 acres on the New Danville pike every school trustee in the county make county, subject to the action of the cause is a noble one, the need is urney for the Eastern District of Ken-- - 4 J miles from Lancaster at $76.25 per it a point to oe present, ine move- democratic party. Prof. J. W. Dinsmore of Berea, who gent, come in and help out, give one Democrats Of Garrard Co. ,tucky, who is a nephew of Senator acre. "Uncle Eph" Leavell is one of ment has the endorsement of our. fore- - was nominated for Congress under the dollar and as many more as you feel Bradley We are authorized to announce W. S. . and whose home is in Somer pur yery best colored citizens and is al- most school people, school fairs have Log Cabin at the recent primary elecThe Democratic National Committee Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of willing, able and inclined to give, but set, also addressed the assembled hosts. so' one of the thriftiest farmers in the been a success in other counties, arous- tion last August, but who afterward need Garrard county, subject to the action give something and give it quickly and funds to finance the campaign if ing interest, awakening enthusiasm, of the Democratic party. let your name help to swell the list of Fratracide In Bryantsville Neighborhood county, a few years since he bought improving schools, what other counties decided that "he could not stand for you want to help in the election of the methods used at Chicago," with Wilson and Marshall now is the time to the farni sold to Mr. Robinson from those who will aid in the raising of For Assessor. 'Squire Jim Bourne, but as Uncle Eph have done, Garrard county can do let drew from the republican ticket and give and not a month from now when this fund by the allotted time, October Percy Hager Mortally Wounded We are authorized to announce Dave 1st accumulated his wealth in the Buckeye us make this day a red letter day in cast his lot with the "Bull Moose", , it will be too late, amounts from S1.00 C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor His Brother. neighborhood, his heart yearns for the the history of the schools of Garrard spoke at the court house on Monday , up thankfully received. The following of Garrard county subject to the acpld scenes and we understand he will county. afternoon to a fairly good sized audience Democrrts have subscribed amounts President-to-b- e Woodrow Wilson is tion of the democratic psrty. At their home near Bryantsville return to that locality. The host of Miss Mae Powell Wins The Big Piano XL seems mat me genueman nas ai last opposite names. attracting as large crowds on his speakSunday morning about 7 o'clock, Percy friends of cleyer "Tommie" Robinson found out "where he is at , for from j. w. Hamilton We are authorized to announce Mr. ing tours as do some ?5.00 of the E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- who Hager shot and mortally wounded his are rejoiced to know he will not leave the manner in which he lambasted the Jno. White Contest In Lancaster District With $5.00 are engaged in seeking to succeed nation of Assessor of Garrard County, He is one of our most propresident and extolled Teddy, he must Jim Clark Sr. 5.00 subject to the action of the democratic themselves. His manner of conducting brother William Hager. The weapon Garrard. Miss Holtzclaw Second. used was a 38 calibre Smith & Wesson gressive farmers, an extensive trader have been the original Bull Moose. Pat Sutton 5.00 party. his campaign is in striking contrast to The Record's great Piano Contest However, we are exceedingly at a loss J. A. Beazley 55.00 of some of the other candidates. revojyer the ball entering the right and breeder and fancier of high class We are authorized to announce J. B. that leg. near the groin, severing the femor- saddle horses, as well as a wheel horse closed promptly at 4 o'clock on Monday to know just what the gentleman ex- R. L. Hubble S5 no Collier as a candidate for the nomina- While they, are riding over the country al artery, death resulting from loss of in politics, many times having been afternoon and so heavy was the voting pects to gain by his oratory, if he has C. A. Arnold $5.00 tion for assessor of Garrard county, indulging in vituperation against those subject to the action of the democratic who oppose them and against any and blood before medical assistance could mainly instrumental in pulling hard during the last few days that it was not the ghost of a hope of defeating Har- J. M. Farra $5.00 party. $5.00 every thing which does not favor their be secured. Coroner Jones empanneL-e- d pressed democratic candidates out of a until ten o'clock on Monday night that vey Helm, the sooner he abandons that J. E. Robinson a jury on Monday and a yerdict was bad rut. the judges finished their count and an- forlorn idea the better for his peace of W. B. Burton S5.00 We are authorized to announce W. candidacy, Gov. Wilson is engaged in rendered that the deceased met his nounced the winner. Miss Mae Powell mind. Curt Robinson 5.00 L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- the task of decorously expounding the He Will Succeed. received 1,157,145 votes and was declarA. B. Brown Jr or of Garrard county subject to the doctrine of old fashioned democracy, death as the result of a pistol wound 3.00 County Court. Da Collier Elkin leaves this week to ed the winner of the bandsorne Rianq action of the Democratic party. inflicted by his brother Percy Hager- M. D. Hughes $3.0Q . and ever and anon assuring the people Monday was county court day and E. B. Ray 53.0ft that a democratic regime does not mean There were no witnesses to the trag enter Yale, and we wish right here to which ha3 been on exhibition at Brown's, For School Superiateadant ?3.0p the ruining of prosperity and a calamity edy, it occuring in a narrow hall of the predict that he will succeed, he is made store and for which the several young because qf the rain Sunday rendering S. H. Esfeq $3.(1) We are authorized to announce Miss to the country as his opponents would family home. Members of the family of the materia) that always wins, we ladies made such heroic efforts. Miss it impossible to perform any kind of Edd Hughes Jennie Higgins as a candidate for have them believe. His calm demeanor are said to have made the statement know, we have observed bin closely Powell's victory however, was by no farm labor, the largest crowd seen hern H. Olay Kauffman $3.p6 School Superintendant for Garrard and logical S3.00 reasoning is attracting the that Percy Hager said be did the kill and we feel sure our prediction wilj means a walk over, for Miss Mary I in years came to town. Business in all Boy Broaddus county, subject to the action of the $2.50 attention of the people, .many of whom ing but that it was accidental. No come true. Dan came into the Record EJiza Holtzclaw was too close behipd . lines was brisk, the people all wearing Jim House Democratic party. have heretofore been unable to decide previous hard feeling is known to have office th;s summer with instructions her for comfort, she polling 1,001,332 smiling faces and a general good feeling Thomps Arnold $1.00 as to which horn of the dilemma they existed between the brothers, Im- that we sjiould use him as "utility yotas during tle last few days, and es pervaded the erifire crowd, due doubtless Sam Johnson Sr. $1.00 For Jailer. would take, Teddy or Taft, but have mediately following the shooting, Per- man''. The editor was away, some of peciajly during the closing hours of the to Jhe abundant crops with which we Jim Bratton $1.00 We are authorized to announce Jack since hearing him decided to compromise cy Hanger left goingin the direction the office force was awa on their Jast day the contest waxed exceedingly are blessed. Frank Wheeler $1.0Q Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- on of Camp Nelson in a Ibuggy. The re- vacation and a good man could realjy be warm, the two Jeadj'ng contestants aij4 $i.0Q There was about 230 cattle at the Henry Simpson Wilson. rard county, subject to the action of mains of the dead man were interred made useful, but at first Dan was their friends exerting every effort n qtock pens, good, bad and indifferent Bob JJurnsides $1.(JQ the Democratic party. in the Lancaster cemetery on Monday treated as a joke, but he soon proved their power to secure votes for thair and pretty much the entire lot changed R. L. Elkin $1.00 We are authorized to announce Dave afternoon. Uncle Ezra Says. different, he pulled off his coat, rolled respective candidates. Notwithstand- hande at prices ranging from 4 to 5J A. K. Denny $1.00 Ross as a candidate for Jailer of GarThe Hager brothers, together with up his sleeves and went to itlike a man, ing the extreme heat of the campaign, cents per pound. There was between Frank Marksbury $1.00 county, subject to the action of rard "It don't take more'n a gilluy effort their father and another brother came stuck at notheng from saying airy the rivalry was at all times a friendly 250 and 300 mule colts on the market, Jas. Collier S1.00 the Democratic party. to git folks into a pek of trouble" and to this county from Wayne about two nothings to the pretty female callers one, and all hands maintained their but buyers were scarce and comparitive ' A. L. Ware $1.00 a little neglect of sonstfpation, bjlious.-nes-s, years ago and purchased the Holly wno sometimes visit us to Kicking a good humor. The young ladies demon- few were sold, the prices not being Geo. Ballard Fr Vagiitrate. $5.00 indigestion.or other liver derange Easleyfarm near Bryantsville. The jobber" or "washing a form", in fact strated the fact that they are some sufficiently large to induce the farmers W.B.Mason $3.00, . We. are authorized to announce John N. White as a candidate for ment will do the same.- If ailing talse &e34 mW OT&s married and had several he proved himself equally as efficient politicans and few could resist their to part company with them. Prices J. R. Mount $10.00 King's New Life Pills for quick Smafi chjdren, hile the one- - who an editor as devil, winning the praise importunities as is evidenced by the ranged from $50. for the small scrnhhv Magistrate, in the-- first district of Gar Dr. Dont wait for me to call on you for; rard county, subject to the action off results. Easy, safe,, sure, and only 25 fommjted Joe deed was single and and Pflftd will nf 'tht fnraman fAitny immense number of votes polled in the little fellows to as high as $150.-- for the a subscription csme in aud give it to; the democratic party. cents at JJ. E. McRoherJs & Son. m .made bis home with hjs djead- brother I and the entire force. high grades. closing hours. me. . J. R. Mount, Chairman.-- -- The Central Recoro Mag-strat- e, L lM 2L oc-cur- ed -- 4 VICE-PRESIDEN- T. - .- -- has--been- s 1 " - , V .' ,?. ?7 -i- i? fc JV- . if- -t V 1? .. wmmmmm&lm We Write Anv Kind of v IT NEVKR FAILED. V INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Dipping Into What the White Statistics E conversation, "that I am collecting statistics? Well, I am. What is your favorite flower? And please name your favorite poem." The young woman sitting opposite him laughed. He looked aggrieved. "You don't seem to realize," he told her, "that I am serious. Well, I am. Why laugh?" "I thought you were trying to be funny," she told him. "Anyhow, you were funny. Wouldn't you rather try to be funny and succeed than attempt to be serious and fail?"' "This is no time for harassing questions," the young man told her. "I am sorry you prefer to keep secret your favorite flower and your most admired poem, but, of course, I respect your attitude of reserve. However, you might tell me something else statistical, also. I do not ask who is your favorite man; I simply ask what kind of a man is your ideal?" "You are terribly in need of ideas for conversation, aren't you?" commented the young woman. "I think I have suggested a most interesting topic," the young man insisted. "You have no idea how devoted I am to statistics, and if you were at you'd, not slight the all kind-hearte- BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office Rose Saw The world seemed very fair and beautiful that summer morning when I first awoke to a consciousness of its existence and of my own life and fragrance, and thrust a tiny white petal out from among the close green leaves to take my first view of it. I was very happy In those early days. The bees and humming-bird- s kissed me as they floated lazily by and whispered sweet messages of the garden life. They flattered me until I thought I was the most beautiful thing in' the garden until she came, and then I lost my heart. A dream of loveliness she was as she came down the path clottted all in clinging pink, just the color of the m,oss roses that grow near me, with hair like the sunlight that lies sparkling on the soft grass, and eyes like dark violets. They told me she was a human. One day she stopped by the bush and told us she was very happy, but would soon be much happier; then she patted us and called us her bridal roses, and declared no one should touch us until she gathered us for her wedding day. The next thing I remember was one beautiful night when I heard steps on the gravel, and looking up saw my loved one coming, and with her another human, taller and not nearly so pretty; he did not look like a flower at all, unless it were to remind one of the tulips. I never did care much for them. My love was all in white, and looked like the tall lilies that grow near the gate. He was speaking to her In low tones. I could not hear what he said, but I could hear her voice plainly. She was saying: "Maurice, if there is any truth in this, tell me I cannot bear to think you would deceive me." Then I looked up In his face It looked very white in the moonlight. Then he said: "Ruth, you do not understand; I have only lived the life of the average man." He paused then and came to ward me I felt myself tremble with apprehension yc s, my fears were realized, he plucked me, and I knew my fate was sea'ed that I would never be one of her bridal roses. I thought she started when she saw; what he had over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. "Did you know," began the young man when there came a pause In the The young man who reads the papers had a choice lower berth in the Pullman. He had noticed that day the story of the young man who had given up his lower berth to a lady several years before and wbb remembered in her will to the extent of ?98,000. 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"I suppose your ideal," the young man continued, "is a tall, dark, handsome youth with flashing bl " "Fiddlesticks!" said the young woman. "Girls aren't as foolish as all that! A man's looks don't count so very much. Of course, a girl wants a man to be presentable and pleasant looking, but she doesn't care If he is actually homely, provided he's the right sort Why, I've seen some ugly men who were simply fascinating I don't know why. I suppose it was because they had such strong personalities. I shouldn't care at all about a handsome man for a husband. Such a man would be more than likely to be vain." "I'm glad you are so sensible," commented the young man. "It is cheering to the average grubby specimen of manhood to hear a girl talk like that You see, if a man is not especially good looking he feels that the girls done. don't care about him. I know how it He handed me to Ruth. "Take this is myself. I " little rose, dear, as a symbol of your "You!" interrupted the young wom- purity and nobk'ness and trust me an. "I hope you don't consider your-Becannot you do tl is?" homely?" Her voice as she replied was cold "I never took a prize at a beauty and hard I scaicely recognized it as show," confessed the young man. "Now, let's get tack to our statistics. the same that h'.d talked so lovingly I suppose your ideal man is terribly to us. "Maurice, I am not to be trifled rich and could shower automobiles with. I want to know the truth, and you must let me be the judge as to its and diamonds upon you with one hand while he wrote checks with the oth- significance in the weaving of our lives hereafter." er?" "Well, then, Ruth, I will tell you" 5 "I'm sorry you have such a poor young wom- Here I lost their conversation, for at opinion of me," said the an. "It's all right to have enough his first words slie dropped me on the money to pay the grocery bills and path and they walked on. I lay a long while on the rough buy decent clothes, but I never yearned gravel, feeling lonely and homesick for for great wealth. I think rich men are likely to be awfully selfish and friv- my swaying bush, when I was aroused and peevish. by hearing Ruth say. In broken, tearolous or They don't have time to pay attention ful tones: "Leave me, Maurice, for the to their families and they drift away sake of my love for you, leave me." I heard him plerd with her then he from their wives and get divorces any of that for me! No, I think turned suddenly and left her standing not people "'are lots happier when they quite near me. She stood motionless, have a modest Income and live within as though listening to catch the last sound of his footsteps the click of it" "You certainly are a wonder!" de- the gate sounded in the distance, and clared the young man, admiringly. "I then all was silent. At last she gave never knew any other girl with so one sob and fell all In a heap on the much sense. But I suppose you'd ex gravel near me. How I longed, to comfort her and I pect the man ycu marry at least to think she must have felt my sympaown his own home and be able to give thy, for after a while she put out her you an allowance " "Half the fun is working and saving hand and raised me to her lips and together for a heme," said the young kissed me so terderly, that even now, woman. "A girl likea to help the right though I am old rod yellow and shriveled, I thrill at tie recollection. After sort of man " a while she arose and carried me into in"What is the r'ght sort of man?" the house and vp to her room this quired her caller, eagerly. was a new world to me, and I wonShe smiled a little, looked airily over his head ard then met his gaze. dered what was coming next. She "Why," she said, "I suppose the right stood for a long while looking out at sort of man is the one the girl hap- the moonlit .garden, caressing me softly. Finally, shej murmured: "It Is pens to be in e with!" "That sounds plausible," the young no use, I cannot ace it." Carrying me man said. "I tl.ink you've made a over to a closet she took out a tiny very valuable contribution to my sta- bottle and slowlyi drank its contents. tistics, and I'm gveatly obliged to you. I had a confused fsense of her fingers More than that, It makes me happy tightening aroui d me, and then she to And that you c are enough about me staggered backv.ard and fell to the floor, and I was itlll in her hand. All to marry me " "My goodness!" shrieked the young through the nightll lay there watching hy she lay bo Btlll woman. "I never, said one Bingle her, wondering and white. Aftera while a faint glimword" mer of light canie in at the window; "I'd like to knc,w why not!" he "You saidi that your ideal man I heard the chlrjf of birds out in the was not good locking and had only a garden, and thei old familiar morn moderate income and didn't own his ing sounds, seen Ing so faint and fad own home, and if that doesn't hit me away. How I lor ged to be down with I'll eat my hat! You'll never find any my companions l'xea thing in the soft one else so nearly meeting that de- sweetness of tl te summer morning. scription, so you'd better grab me Everything was gloomy and unfamilquick! Honest, won't I do?" iar in the great', room and Ruth lay "You are perfectly ridiculous!" de- so still and whi'b and did not speak clared the young woman, In confusion. to me. Suddenly there, was a sound of other you really mean it?" "Dare me to nrjafry you, and see!" human voices calling Ruth's name cried the young man, joyously. Chi- loudly; then a washing sound ahd two humans came in' o the room and knelt cago Daily News.'j down beside her) with strange cries. Tenderly they ra bed her and laid her Why He Was Excused, "Why aren't ynu doing service In on the white bed. Borne one took me the Mexican army'?" asked the Ameri- out of her hand . ,aid tossed me on this table, where I 1 ave been ever since. can. f "I'll tell you," replied the Mexican; Then there were low sobs and I heard "the army In Mexico Is recruited by some one whlsier something about drawings held In each mu- keeping it quiet sudden death and nicipality and conducted by city of- then I realized what had happened. N ficials." I had seen flowers die but oh, how "Yes, I understand that." differently! We did not know they "Well, you see, I'm a cartoonist, were gone until the last soft petal and when they saw my drawings they dropped from tl e stem. I had never excused me." seen a human lie and she was so sweet and beaut'iful. Buffalo Express. lf self-cenfere- ain't he? Frenchmen are pretty able trenchermen, but the following account of a meal made by eight Norman peasants surpasses expectations. According to Season 1912. Fee $1.00. Two miles the Medical Journal, a grazier with from Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike seven of his friends undertook an expedition to gather fagots. R. E. Among them they should have managed some 400 fagots, but 37 represented the sum of their work, the small total being accounted for, possibly by the luncheon which the octet devoured. They managed to consume 20 pounds of meat. S quarts of pure perry. 16 bottles of assorted wines, 9 bottles of champagne and 8 quarts of PHONE NO 219. cider brandy of an alcoholic strength of 65 per cent A roast goose, placed Office on Danville Street in the Hog- thoughtfully among the rations, was pital Building. not required. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. This luncheon represents an averFirst Boy Wl en I toldjhe boss I wan ed to git off 'cause age of 2& pounds of meat and 12 dat gran'mother wuz dead he Bald: "Cer-t'n'- quarts of milk, none of It weak, per capita during the 12 hours occupied go ahead." Second Boy He's a real sport, by the expedition. Foxy Alex 103717. HENRY. Dr. D. F. Smith Physician & Surgeon. yis-tid'- y y; Dr. R. L Pontius, Stand whero you re; some willing soul Will chase aroui d and get It. Baseball Courtship. "How do I s'Bnd with you, little Ever I'etlce It? If your hat should, blow off and roll Away from you.ftust let it. RELIEVES CATARRH ONE HOUR. IN Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Offflce at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- girl?" inquired tle ardent fan. "You have a percentage of about .850 just now," ai awered the lady fan, 'and lead the lergue." "I am glad to hear that I was afraid I was In tl second division of your affections." d Higher Mathematics. "What we want' said the orator, "is a square deal." "Yes." replied the studious reformer, "and in ordei, to secure that we Afoney back from R. E. McRoberts must do away wth the political ring. & Son if dissatisfied. It is the ancient and very difficult problem of squari jg the circle." HOW PAPER CAME TO BE A The.quickest and easiest way to open up your mucus clogged head and free the throat irom Catarrhal secretions is to breathe Booth's HYOMEI. Don't waste time with impossible Who So Ever Will. methods; HYOMEI has ended the Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT misery of Catarrh for thousands of despairing' sufferers; it will do the same and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. for you if you will give it a fair trial. The Old Reliable Barber. Just breathe it: it kills Catarrh cerms and banishes Catarrh. A HYOMEI HENRY DUNCAN outfit, which includes inhaler, costs $1.00. Separate bottles, if afterwards needed 50c, at pharmacists everywhere. Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky COME! COMEI J. W. SWEENEY LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. KENTUCKY. Skipping Preliminaries. "Circumsantial points evidence strongly toward you as the perpetrator of the myste dous crime," said the detective. "Do jou desire us to send for a lawyer or a spiritual adviser?" "Great Scott, no!" replied the excited suspect. 'Send for an alienist." Bingle's bungalow?" "Yes,-was out there recently and one of. Bingle's guests took so many highballs he Insisted on calling the place Bungle's bingalow." SPORT. Wasp In a Garden Was Irsplratlon to a Nipponese Who Could Grasp . Opportunity. LANCASTER. Slightly Twisted. "Have you been out to Long years a- -o a Japanese walked Office Hours Office over through his pretty garden to his home; a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to i. Stormes Drag Store his hands were clasped behind his back and he was thinking as he crossed the bridge to pluck a fresh wisteria blossom that hung Just over hla DENTIST. bead. This little gentleman had a Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. great many parcels to send out from his shop every week, and he had always wrapped them In silk; but this was expensive material and he needed something cheaper for his purpose. All at once a wasp came flitting toward him, but he thrust It away that It might not nip his nose, and lo! there at his hand wa3 a wasp's nest! It was made of thin wood pulp, soft ened Into a thin paste by the Jaws of W. Morrow, the insect, then formed and left E.Glasses Fitted. Graduate Optician Satisfaction Guaranteed. to dry. "Why can't I do that same thing?" thought the Japanese merchant "Get certain wood, form It Into a pulp by means of water from the river and make something like this wasp's nest In consistency to wrap about my packages." So this was the way paper was Offiice over Logan's store. first discovered: A wasp flew across the path of a man who walked one day Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6 in a vine-clagarden of old Japan. Ram's Horn. B. IF. "Walter. i R.WmBURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. d WATCH YOUR LADIES. HAIR W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Eternal Vigilance is the Price of Luxuriant Weeks INSURE YOUR WITH TOBACCO Office Citizens National Bank. F. P. PRISBIE. .- Lancaster, Kentucky. Automoblllng is not likely and Radiant hair. to endure as a sport. Sweet No; people are already so If dandruff germs are devouring the shy that it's mere a matter of luck than skill when anybody is run down. nourishment that belongs to the hair, it will soon begin to tfall. Furthermore it will lose its life tnd lustre and will beAll Work Guaranteed1. Found Out. He swore his leart was In his work. come dull, faded and even gray. Kentucky. His wife did wonder why. If you have any signs of dandruff, go Faint Lick, She came and :aw his lady clerk, y and get a right to your druggist Then raised a dreadful cry. 50 cent bottle of PARISIAN Sage. This delightful hair tonic is guaranteed by Its Way. R. E. McRoberts & Son to kill dandruff "Nature works in rather a way whenstorms destroy build-'ngs- germs, clean the head of filthy dandruff, stop falling hair and itching scalp, and "How so?" DENTIST preserve the color and beauty, or money "They knock down the buildings by back. And it does just what it is guarrazing them." Office over Hnrt & Anderson's. anteed to do and that's why its sales enormous the country over. are so Her Reason. PARISIAN Sage is the favorite of What We Never Forget Easily Guessed. "Brs. Bloodgood Is sending out cards refined women. One bottle proves its "What will the "woman of tomorrow for a little dance. superiority. according to science, are the things as- be?" sighed the pensive person. "Wants to entertain a few friends, "Oh, a year or two- younger than does she?" sociated with our early home life, such she is today," replied the one who had "Yes, and to snub a, few more." as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that mother reasoned things oat. Harper's Bazar. or grandmother used to cure burns, Ladies' and Men's Garboils, scalds, sores, skin eruptions, cuts, Basis of His Belief. Not Harmful. ments, Hats, Etc. SUllcus Do you believe In long ensprains or bruises. Forty years of "I hear there was a great deal of All orders called for and delivered.' vacillation in your family recently, cures prove its merit. Unrivaled for gagements? Cynlcus Sure. The longer a man Mrs. Gump?" Phone 340. piles, corns or cold sores. Only 25 is.engaged the leiff time be has to be "Yes, indeed, there was; but none married. cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. fc. W. fllgr. of It didn't eTer&kQ." O.W. "D-d-d- o Residence Phone 220. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. 1 to-da- para-loxlc- al ." M. K. Denny, K-rn- l-. - Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co 1-- m ..!j Faulkner, U L' rY "& - A. - - i!-- T,&s " - r " 1 H H H H K H H 'H H b H H H H B , Mules, Brood Mares Colts, HMD Business Horses, Jacks, Etc. i NUNNBLLBY'S STOCK STANFORD, KY. i BEGINNING AT 9:00 A. 100 Yards From RAILROAD STATION. M., YARDS. UNDER COVER. i SHARP. -- 51 200 65 Head Of Mules, Brood Mares, Horses, Jacks, Etc. Ten Mule Colts, All Good Ones. --i .i 200 33 V 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. 35 Ponies and cross breeds, from colts to These Ponies are 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. 4 Good Jack, 2 to 8 year old. Good 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 i'. 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. r 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. - t .; K- - ? lrt.k' r t x ' " - -- i hi n -- VTinn.rnnr i in n i r innii.. ri i im'Hiih-- . .. i ' nuTn r' if I "i Hi ii.n i r .. tm Msai toto ..!.. ssa it i YOU'LL 4 I IM BE We have them. If you dont buy your coal from us before prices advance again. We are offering SORRY Think of it and act quickly. GENUINE STRAIGHT CREEK COAL at summer prices. When you do fall seeding, buy the best of seed. WHEAT, BARLEY, RYE, and TIMOTHY SEED JEaL i - J JLP SSL m Mx fBT Jim M; well-know- JM Sfc V3T XJ. .J'r ''Mwr TT ttfSL .EM- ST M- IH" II B--l 4S5L -- SI . - Phone 26. Lancaster, Kentucky. - m 1 k WM"MM"MMWW""' the plain truth. ipStMIMil iiiJijiMaiiM(iJiMJliJl!ifigi What More Can Lancaster People b i jj. 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"You claim that the wheel of the de BUYANT8V1LLE fendant'e car passed ever your atom-- ) ach," said the defendant's attorney to Miss Margaret Robinson has return the plaintiff on the stand. "Yet here ed from Middlesburo. is your watch which you testify to having carried in your vest Come to the box Supper at Bryants-villpocket at the time, and the crystal Sept. 27, Friday night. How do you acThe friends here of Mrs Will Dicker-so- n isn't even cracked. count for that?" ars glad to hear thatshe isimprove-ing- . "Why," said the plaintiff, "the car was going so fast there wasn't time Mrs. Wheeler and daughter of Lex- for the crystal to break, sir." Harington visited Mrs. Charlie Dean last per's Weekly. A open-faced e, 1-- m HUMS DISK I HARROWS HASELDEN DROS. iBTaiBiMMffgiMTOMiiMi week. Mrs. Lizzie Burgess has returned trom a visit to relatives and friends in wroiinTgjir. wM&fflmirHww Indiana. Miss Flora Trueblood of Salem, Ind. has returned here to trim for Mrs. Burgess this season. Mrs Griggs and little daughter of Madison County have been on a visit to Mrs. Will Halcomb. Dr. E. H. Pierce preached his initial sermon here the third Sunday. All enjoyed him and welcome he and his wife ' to their pastorate. ZEHO FOR DANDRUFF. GORJMGHT METAL SHINGLES iL: I Jb HOW TO KNOW THE GENUINE, 5 I Si im mmtf aavj s?r it' - You Will Be Surprised to See How Quickly it Disappears. - LOOK FOR THE STAMP "CORTRIGHT" Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. and accept no substitute, if ycu want a roof that will last as long as the building, and never need repairs never need attention of any kind, except an occasional coat of paint. '?&' . 7 - A- r KJ fZltf'JPSf. rptAt 'rr.jix "..5 V'Vf - i 3. Fire-pto- of Storm-pro- of Lightning-proo- f Apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia 1 I Wire DrawnTungsten S5 No more dirty coats from dandruff heads. Zemo stops dandruff. Apply it any time with tips of fingers. No smell no smear. Zemo sinks into the pores, makes the scalp healthy, makes the hair fine and glossy. Zemo is prepared by E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo., and is regularly sold by all druggists at $1.00 per bottle. But to enable you to make a test and prove what it will do for you get a 25 cent trial bottle fully guaranteed or your money back atR. E. & Son, Drug Store. A Smart Boy. "I don't like to brag, but our little Willie Is the brightest Httlo boy I ever knew. I don't say this because he is mine, but all our friends say the same thing. He's so quick to grasp ideas. The other day he came to me and suggested that he ought to go to Sunday school again. As a rule it is hard to get him to attend, but now he is eager to go." Jlfr5IlWMfr5IMirSJli :gMrrgMfrgj!iB)MiMfIlirfl"l:gi "So?" "Maybe you don't get the wonderful part of this?" "I don't." "Why, you see, it has Just dawned His Real Meaning. on him that the time for the Sunday "Crlttick read your essay," said De school picnic is approaching. Isn't Rlter's friend, "and he insists that that smart?" you're beyond your depth." "Ah!" replied D Riter, "I thought Bros Striving to Please. he would." "That man does not hesitate to con"You did? Then you know "what he tradict himself. Here are ten brands of tobacco. All of you know their worth, means?" "It's the fault of the people," re"Yes; he means simply that I am for you supply the leaf. It comes from your own tobacco farms. beyond his depth." Catholic Standard plied Senator Sorghum. "They like Most of you smoke or chew one of these brands, for they reprenovelty and would rather hear a man and. Times. sent the cream of your crops. You know of none better, none contradict himself than have him keep richer, and you know that each sale brings a profit to you. You Baying the same thing over and over." are partners in each of these brands. Here's a way to increase What's Going to Happen. Chollle And we have been engaged your profits on each. Evil for Evil. for a fortnight now, dear. "You are daffodilatory about setting Mollie Yes, Chollie. tobacco should be every smoker's and 40,000 Partner-Salesme- n you told your father out your flowers this year," remarked chever's choice since it is y our choicest "And have We want 40,000 more salesmen and you. growth. 40.000 men, each telling tea the first humorist. about it yet?" friends, will thus get a powerful Mr. Grower, are one that we want. We you "I always wait until the weather "How mean of you, Chollle! Do to nearly 400.000. If each of want you to work with us. to help sell those 'friends tell five others, nearly want to have the engagement broken Is settled," responded the second huthese brands, and thus increase your revenue from them. Your cooperation, 2,000.000 men are affected. Think what morist. "That is my invariable bo soon?" individually, can result in gigantic sales. an increase this would make on these brands in one section. You are selling Here's how it works out. to us. We are selling to them. So let In Reform. A Study us work jointly to sell the utmost that Too Busy. Let Each Man Tell "That man is a i strong reform agitawe can. "Now," said the lawyer, "please tell tor." Ten Friends us how the altercation began." "Yes," replied Senator Sorghum; Tell Dealers, Too Let each of you growers tell ten re"I didn't see any altercation," that he "but he sees only Tell dealers, too, when you buy these friends what you know of Strater Bros.' can claim credit for. I don't know plied the witness. "I was too busy Branch Brands, the brands for which brands, wnat you know of their quality. Let them know of their nation--' you grow tne leaf. Always keep one of whether to call him a great reformer watchln' the fight." these brands in your pocket and give to popularity, how they repeat, and how or a big advertiser." they make friends of consumers. friends to try. Explain that the 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 Milling Garrard Co. To 40,000 Burley Tobacco Growers Stockholders in Strater Branch Factory sales-messa- ge - the-refor- ms A STRONG PLEA. WISE WOMAN. V'-- these leaves were the pick of your crop and that no better crops are grown. Point out the reasons why these brands of BE A BOOSTER OF BURLEY GROWERS' BRANDS, thus boojtlng the tale and your profits. 1 Mc-Robe- rts TO ALL DEALERS WHO SELL TOBACCO These brands of tobacco are famous sellers as all who sell them know, They are made frnm fhf hpt. from the cream of the croDS. from forty thousand farms Tney form tne greatest repeaters known, a steady source of profit. Put them Into your stock for a trial and see what they do. You will sell them for years If you sell them one week. POST-FU- LL GLOW-PEN- NY PAY. For Smokins-GOLD- EN Y'S WORK -- ON THE ForChewlne-INDEX-- BY JOE NATURAL LEAF. TWIST-CUP-DA- BUENA VISTA Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Eason spent Sunday in Nicholasville. Rev. C. C. Brown is conducting a meeting at Harmony. Miss Artie Johnson is visiting H. C. Spoonamore and family at Wilmore. Mr. Ogg and family of Polly's Bend BLB0TRI6 light LftMPS. STRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH 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 BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. (3) STORMES DRUG STORE I went Saturday for a short visit at Berea. Miss Virgil Lane of Lexington was a week end guest at the home of Mr. J. F. Ruble. Misses Stella Taylor of Nicholasville and sisters have been the guest of the Misses Skinner. Miss Eliza Barnett, -- "Vffrs MOM. IV -- iviU. W .. VV&n NITRO GLUB -' ClKG&S BKE- ' - I Notice! Poultry Raisers 44 CURES Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker,. rcBc.ov Diarrhoea and alt Diseases of Poultry Mfg. and Guaranteed by (or yean and ttlnkitlKe bat Mu Kfie Bryant. Bardstown, Ivy., uyc "I Have uted Repf poultry remedy made. It cures gapes and I imfeeineclc without (ail. Will Coomet, Bardstown, Ky.. ay: "One drop of Recipe 4-- 1 1 -- 44 dropped down the bill of a sapina cnicken kill the worm and reliere the chick instantly, his the best preventive 1 have ever wed." J. RobL Crume, Bardstown, Ky. Price 50c at all Druggists. SOLD DY R. E. McRoberts & Son. ATTENTION. If Progressive you should know and bank with a Growing Ella Bella hag given up playing visiting her brother, has returned to bridge whist and naB thrown her cards her home in Wilmore. the fire. Ms. Belle Poor and daughter Mrs. in Stella Burned her bridge behind Sidney Poor and children are visiting her, so to speak! relatives at Somerset. Miss Sophnonia Fox' who accepted What to Take. the Polly's Bend school, but has been The sky Is blue and cloudless. ill, reopened her school Monday. The sun Is bright and yellow. But take no chances; take instead Mr. E. A. Eason has sold his store Tour tried and true umbrella. and residence to T. M. Scott. Possession to be given Soon. Mr. Eason will move Young America. to Nicholasville. "You may be president some day, Ralph Scott, who is with his uncle my boy," said the patronizing old genrecently opend a confectionly at tleman. "Great Scott!" replied the sadly Nicholasville, had the misfortune to flippant youth; "you're not trying to have about fifty dollars stolen from the pick dark horses hat far ahead, are cash regestir last week. you?" Miss Lucretia Skinner is the first teacher in this part of the county to A Thousand Miles Lonj. organize a "night school" Jwhich has Mrs. Exe (with newspaper) Here's proved so successful in otner parts. an Interesting list of things a penny Success to the enterprise, will do. It is nearly half a column pi who has been v V eGCSSJ "How did Mr. Rock happen to oft so easily?" get iSNEWCLUB vLv?uVlv'MMVfZa'4BFrtn -- "His lawyer made a very strong argument showing that so many of his family went In seine." - i V N Oh, she Is a woman, through and through And this Is her greatest passion; To wear flm clothes and costly, too. And all In the latest fashion. A Feminine Trait. t iiTirT 'jm'" r w.ve u, ffifSHOT SHELLS 9ss To Be Shunned. Knlcker What is the matter wltK his cottage? Becker It Is as distant as a rich relation and as hard to support as a poor relation. Trouble ahead for the Remington Cubs also the dog. Heard on the Train. Then you haven't much faith in the skill of Dr. Cuttem?" Mr. B. Faith I I wouldn't trust that man to remove the appendix.' from my dictionary. Mr. A. Mixed Up. New Club Shot Shells known as the "old reliable yellow shells" for over 50 years set the black powder standard. The No. 2 Primer gives a sure, quick, snappy-ignitio- n . i i; I Institution.- - a 7 Report of the condition of GarrardBank&TrustCo at the close of business September 4th, 1912. Loans.... RESOURCES 125,040 02 23.S65 83 562 05 8,000 (O 5.800 00 3.482 55 $160,201 31 J Reserve Cash, cash items and due from Banks Cnrrent Expenses Banking Houre Furniture and Fixtures including safety vault Overdrafts (Sec & U Sec) Total Assetts LIABILITIES. $ Capital .. ......... Surplus U. Profits Deposits............. Bills Payable TaxReserve Total 00.000 1,500 1,491 102,860 10,000 319 00 00 50 78 00 00 The Men Who Succeed. as heads of large enterprises are men of great energy. Success, demands health To ail is to fail. It's utter folly for a man to endure a weak, half alive condition when Electric Bitters will put him right on his feet in. "short order. Four bottles did me more real good than any other medicine I ever took.' writes Chas B. Allen, Sylvania, Ga. "After years of to-da- y, long. Mr. Exe Humph! run-dow- n, "Scribbler must be something of an You ought to acrobatic author." "How so?" see a list of ttie things a penny "won't "He told me he had some footnotes do. on hand." A Case of the Horrors. Mooney WagA Poetical Feat. ' "Wot's de matter -"That writer Is a paradoxical poet." gles?" "In what way?" "Aw, don't notice him! He thinks "I called to see him one 'day and he sees things. "Aw ntnnka n'fiO&D an' lOadfl O found that his Idyl moments were keeping him busy." bathtubs." Y-- 1160,201 Si Attest: J. W. ELMORE, Cashier. suffering with rheumatism, liver trouble Over ht Wire. The Prospects. s torn ache disorders and deranged kidHostess (to 'her little guest) Sol Church Do you expect tot settle neys, I am again, thanks to Electric you don't burn gM up at your house anything on your daughter?" Bitters, sound and well." Try them. at all? Gotham Well If she mskriesMhat Only 50 cents at R. E, McRoberts & I Dorothy Oh. nB. Indeed; every hit I of light we use IsUieat byjelegraph. . Son. r .... w. o. Riney REMINGTON ARMS-UNIO- N seldom found in black powder loads. Or if you prefer smokeless powder, shoot JfemlngtQtl-UM-S Nitro Club Steel Lined Shot Shells for speed plus pattern in any make of shotgun. 299 Broadway METALLIC CARTRIDGE CO. New York dry im tt&lElSa&S&lBmA Phone 33. Funeral Director and Embalmer. " Office Phone 18. Lancaster, Ky. .:y rfj j- - rj5' ? r -- The Central Record INCORPORATED. Fruit and Shade Trees U ' M y Issued Weekly. $1.00 A YEAR. Marrying a Strange Case of Dr. Strawberry Plants, Grape Vines, Aspara-gu- s. Rhubarb, Roses Peonies, and Phlox. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Mail Mutter. as Second-Clas- s Plain Man "My land, Minervy!" cried Miss Emily. "Why didn't you let me know, do's I could have come an' held your bokay? But you never was like other folks." Minerva Grigsby born an Acklen, married to a BIggers and then to a Crook, and only yesterday to Jeremiah Grigsby, so that her friends said she was determined to take a wedding K. X W. C. SHANKS Will Sell OR Member Kentucky Press Association and Jt Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., September 27, 1912. journey through the alphabet lifted her crisp skirts from the inch thick dust of the country road before she replied. to-d- o Attention, Public! On Thursday, September 26th, we will open our Hot Soda arid Lun- cheonette department, which includes the following MENU - Hot Chocolate Tomato Boullion French Drip Coffee Beef Tea Clam Boullion Hot Malted Milk Hot Lemonade Hot Egg Malted Milk LUNCHEONETTE Oysters Any Style Chile con Came Boston Baked Beans Oyster Cocktail Swiss Cheese Sandwich Ham Sandwich Egg Sandwich Try Our Special Hot Roast Beef Sandwich COOK & "'Twa'n't no earthly use, Em'ly. I never was a hand to make a over marry'n'. It's just like anything else soon's you get in the habit It just comes second nature. Besides thero wa'n't no bokay." "Still," sighed Miss Emily-- , "I always like to stand by my friends in tryln' moments. No flowers, you say?" "Not 'less you count the tuberose in Mr. Grlgsby's buttonhole. But don't let that mislead you into thlnkln' he's like the others. If you're goln' to get acquainted with him today you might as well know beforehand what to expect." "Dear me!" exclaimed Miss Emily. "Tell flie the worst." "There ain't no worst, Em'ly; it's all best," beamed the bride of two days. "Jeremiah ain't no author like my first, an' he ain't no artist like my second. He's juBt a plain man. I'm that glad when I think about it I'm right giddy. 'Happiness at last,' says I to myself, 'with just a nice, plain, disagreeable man!"' Minerva Grlgsby'a triple plated matrimonial experience sat lightly on her, to judge from the ampleness of her figure and the unworrled smoothness of her brow. The cheerful philosophy or philosophical cheerfulness that looked out on the world from her mildjbrown eyes proclaimed her unshaken faith In mankind. "I thought 'twould a' been real nice to married a genius," ventured Miss Emily. "A genius is a prenuptial ornament exclusive," announced the bride, emphatically. "He don't have no wearin' qualities.' There's Mr. BIggers, as was alway wrltin' literchoor, an' namln' himself 'Sidney Biggers the third.' I asked him if the other two was similar to him, an' when he says they was I told him I thought there'd been of that kind. No, Emily, I This Is a story told by a physician living In a large western city of a problem that suddenly confronted him and of how he interpreted the Everything for Orchard, Lawn and ethics of his profession and acted on Garden. Our prices may interest you it "I was roused one night," he said, "by a telephone call. An unfamiliar Write for free Catalogue. No Agts voice asked me if I could attend a man who had been injured. I answered that I could if the case was urgent, but before I could ask who was calling, the speaker answered: 'All H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. right, doctor, I'll call, at your house in ten minutes with a carriage.' Lexington, Kentucky. "Almost before I had time to dress, the doorbell rang. I unlocked the door, and a man, wearing a long ulster, a dark hat and a pair of colored glasses, entered. "'Doctor,' he said, 'before we start I want to make a request. This case, as I told you, is urgent. But before we start, I must have your assurance that you will treat this visit as a confidential mission. I can't say any more, except to add that you're running no risk of any kind in helping me. And you can name your own 50 H e a d 50 MULES, M HERE'STHEHOG and Jersey Cows. STANFORD, KENTUCKY, N t mm fee." CABLE Successors to Malian & Grimes. Third and Main DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. "There was nothing about the man's appearance that appeared suspicious. He was quiet and there wasn't a trace of nervousness about him, and he was well dressed. The request was somewhat unusual, but, after all, nearly everything that we learn professionally is held in the strictest confidence without any definite understandings to that effect, so I thought there was no reason for refusing to make the agreement. "I took my hat and we started. The carriage, I noticed, was a closed one. We got in, the man turned on a small electric light and then drew the blinds over the windows. " 'Doctor,' he said, 'I'm going to ask you to take this trip without knowing where "you're going. I'll assure you it's all right. I want you to blindfold yourself before we leave the carriage, until we get inside the house.' "Well, I didn't like the looks of this, but I was in and I didn't like to back out. Of course I wasn't at all afraid for my own safety. By the time the carriage stopped I didn't have the least idea what part of town we were in we had made so many turns. I put on the blindfold, as my visitor requested, and we went up some steps and Into a self-possess- TUESDAY, OCT. 1st, 1912 Sale begins promptly at 1 BOURBON REMEDY CO., Lexington, Ky. Enclosed find photo othoe that was cored of cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Remedy. This ho? was almost dead before uslnsr the medicine, and then was entirely cured, except loss of ears, tail, etc. The hog is owned by Mr. Sidles Ewine, of Bowling Green, Ky. He will be clad to give you a testimonial, and we can eet several more if you want them. JENKINS-SUBLETDRUG CO., Bowling Green, Ky. Ask Your Druggist for It. T . p. m. W'W'""11"" 1 I In Mammoth Cave The Dry Fall Outing To Kentucky's Sold by HASELDON BROS. Wseg: Viv' gsre Ejgjki v cholera Posts were saved from cholera and other diseases during the hot weather by the use of Great Subteranean Wonder, Or 200 ttv' i y Hogs and Poultry yot-- u9 MILLIONS OF DOLLARS every year to poultry and hog raisers. Last year thousands of W l! Public Sale. Having bought a small tract of land and in order to pay cash for same, I will on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10th, 1912. offer all my brood mares, mules, Jacks and Jennets consisting of 18 mule mares, including a good Clydes Mare that has had nine straight mule colts, S selling from weanlings to 4 year old for over $1,800 besides the present colt, a good No 1 sugar colt; 15 work mules; 11 yearling mules; 10 Jennets by noted sires, such as Hixs Great Easters, he by Imp Tax Payer and Big Light that sold at Sweetwater, Tenn., for $1,800. All are blacks except two good greys, ageing from 4 to 12 years old. all breeders. Three black Jacks, one 3 year old, 16 hands high, by the Tucker Jack that sold for $1,200 prompt and A 1 breeder; one 2 year old prompt black Jack, big bone, 15 hands high by Harbisons big Jack, dam by Tevis Emperor, by Gov. Wood; one 7 year old Jack by King Grant, good breeder, 1 yearling Clyde Mare registered, 1 "registered 6 year old stallion by Gambetta Wilks out of dam of 4 with records from 2:19 to 2:22 2 One 3 year old Chestnut Horse, 15J hands; one 5 year old combined horse; one 2 year old filly; two 2 year old colts; 1 yearling colt; 1 coming 2 year old Shetland filly, broke, very kind, a grand individual, white and brown clouded, a handsome pony by Cecils Shetland, Danville, Kentucky. Fifteen high grade yearling cattle, weight about 850 to 900 pounds; 5 light yearling cattle: 9 weanling calves; 4 heifers; 4 steers. 175 tibgs consisting of 150 fat and 25 gilts and Boars will be sold as breeders, single eligible to register, these pigs are sired by third prize winner at Kentucky State Fair in 1910, and full brother to Pals Colonel, Sweepstake winner in 1911 and sold for $250.00. Also being by King of Col., Jr., he is a half brother to Defender that sold - to Mr. Mays of Springfield, Ky., for $500.00 and considered the best red hog in Kentucky, or south of Ohio river. The dams of these pigs I bought in Ohio at a round price most of which trace direct to in three crosses to Orion Chief who sold for $3500. when young and $605. at 9 years old. Also one litter out of sow that tonnpri Mrk-o-a Bros last sale, also a winner at tfluegrass Fair in 1911. My herd boar by King of Colonel Jr., 1 yearling boar by Colonel Jack. Col! Jack bred by Iva Jackson of Ohio the only breeder ever sold a herd jof Durocs for $10,000. 23 good high grade ewes and 1 buck one G horse power Hagan gasoline engine in good repair; 1 No. 16 Ohio feed cutter and elevator will cut 40 tons, of corn per day, endless apron feed. Everything advertised will be put up and sold, no reserves. TERMS made known on day of sale. Sale to begin promptly at 10 o'clock. 1 faun colored Jersey cow fresh, 3rd calf will be sold on trial a No. 1 milk and Butter ow out of a dam rated at $300. and sired by Col. Ed Gaithner's registered bull. ' G. H. RUBLE. A. T. Scott, Auct Buena Vista, Ky. 1-- ain't been about bein' married to literchoor." "An' Mr. Grigsby is different?" "He's just as plain as this gold ring he engaged me with. I left him this mornin', 's long's he said the sun was too hot to come to church, with the potatoes to scrape an' thd corn to shuck an' a few other things to fix for dinner. But I ain't complainln' of the other husbands. I always feel about husbands same's I do about troubles, take 'em aB they come." "I never knew much about Mr. Crook. Painted for a livin', didn't he?" "J. Marcus, he was, partin his name in the middle same's he did his hair. He painted, all right, but not for a livin. No, Em'ly, I have a home an' a good farm, an' I've always supplied the livin. I told J. Marcus he better give up palntin' an' take to somethin' else. Hut he said it wasn't his idea of a wife to Interfere with a husband's rights, an' he wished I'd stay on the pedestal where he'd always placed woman. 'My land!' I says. 'We ain't got room up there. Men are so conceited they've scourged us clean off." But here we are, 'most home." Round the house tho bride led the way to the kitchen sniffing as if she expected the" odor of cooking food to greet her nostrils. Miss Emily meekly followed in the walks of Minerva's white muslin wedding dress as she whisked its skirts from side to side with an air of assurance that she could now show a man who knew how to be a husband Instead pf & genius. But Minerva's attsurance was short lived. As they rounded the corner of the house they caught sight of the lankflgure of tho bridegroom stretched full length under g. .tree near the kitchen door. Under his bead was one of Minerva's fleshly laundered sofa cushions. With his left hand he held between bis teeth a jewsharp, while his lean right hand lazily twanged the tongue of the instrument with measured strokes as the soothing strains of "Rest for the Weary" floated out upon the air. Minerva's quick eye glances through the window, where unscraped potatoes and the unshucked corn lay on the kitchen table just as she had left them. With a Blgh that stirred her ample figure from center to circumference she turned to Miss -- house. "Upstairs, I found my patient. He had been shot twice. Revolver bullets, they were. The wounds weren't dangerous, but they were painful because they had not beep, treated earlier. "I dressed them, Jpld the woman who was there what sort of care the patient ought to have, and then told them that I'd have to see the man at least two or three times more before I could answer for his safe recovery. "The map with the dark glasses quietly assented o this, but insisted that he should bring me at night, as he had that time. I agreed. 'The next morning the papers told of a robbery, ip which a householder had been wounded, after shooting one of the burglars, who succeeded in escaping. All the facts indicated' that my patient of the night before was the burglar who had been shot. I felt sure I could locate the house. The householder recovered quickly. "The question stared at me: Did the ethics of the medical profession allow me to go to the police and tell them what I knew, or did my promise bind me to secrecy? J. thought it over all right to say anything about the mat ter. I made three more trips in the same manner ang finally decided that the man would get along without any more calls. All this time J watched the papers, but 00 trace was fpund of the burglars. When I made my last visit I told the man who bad first called on me that my fee would be $25. He took from a large roll two $100 bills and handed them to me without a word. He drove me home and that was the last I ever saw of either of them. "That was a good many years ago, but I've often wondered whether I did right in not violating that man's conday and finally decided The Return of the Prodigal. When the elder brother of the Prod Igal Son came near his father's house be heard, according to the Authorized Version, "music and dancing." Dr Rendel Harris. In address at Westminster college. Cambridge, says that the word for music in the original is "symphony," and that symphony means the bagpipes Wycllffe's version gives the word symphony, but no other translator has done so. Wy cliffe also says that he heard "sym phony and a crowd." Now, crowd Is the Welsh crwth or harp. In view of the two instruments. Dr. Harris says that the elder brother had some Justification for getting angry. Chris tian World. Many Driven From Home. Miles Under Ground Wednesday, Oct. 16. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. A The Greatest Cholera Prtventivt Every year, in many parts of the country, thousands are driven from their homes by coughs and lung diseases. Friends and business are left behind for other climates, but this is costly and not always sure. A better way the way of multitudes is to use Dr. King's New. Discovery and cure yourself at hcm. Stay right there, with your friends, apd take this safe medicine. Throat and lung troubles find quick relief and health returns. Its help jn cpughs, colds, grip, croup, whooping-coug- h and sore lungs make it a positive blessing. 5t)c and $1.00 Trial bottle free, Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son, 1-- m Arranged for private and select parties, home people and their vial tors. River low, echo grand, and cave dry. The time to see Mom' moth 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 $6.5J). Limit on ticket 10 days. Write pr phone L. &. N. Agent. mixed with food c regulates tho workings of the bowels, dia- cholera and other germs which set into the system with the food or drink. Kmr Prevents and curat th cholera, but don't put it off until tfcay keel over. Give it to them Residence Phone in metal cans, can't dry up. lose like others and strength or cosU no more. It U all medians and guaranteed too. for Poultry and another for hoes, packed Cal-Sin- o Powder v i i LANCASTER. KY. Sue Written ti) be understood am given free to live stock owner, our 60 pane illustrated book, by our consulting Vetetinanan, showing how to know and showing how to cure diseases in Horses. Cattle. Sheep. Swme and Poultry, together with over It Cal-sln- o Remedies, including Our inarmteed remedy for Rlnc. Bones, Spavins SplinU or uny bony enlargements. fioyf to Tall Bennett Memorial School. i i RESORBINE - I Admittedly one of the very best schools in the State. Five Schools in one. High School, Normal School, Graded School School of Music, Commercial School. THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) Baltimore, Mdq U. S. A. HOBMH For salo by HHBHMI J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. C. C. & J. C. J.EWIS. P rin. London. Ky Agents wanted in other towns. MASTIC PAINT "THE KIND THAT LASTS" Not an "unknown quantity'as to ingredients; the formula is printed on every can. MASTIC PAINT is ready to use, and the best to use. It 40 yearg old, Not an experiment MASTIC PAINT is not a new paint it's that I had no Frlnch Lawyers Went on Strike. Over 300 years ago one of the most unusual strikes ever recorded took place Id Paris, when all the lawyers walked out, so to speak,. A law or ordonnance was issued and promul gated by the French king. Henry III., ordering all lawyers to sign their pleadings apd to state the amount they were charging their clients for This was dpne so their services that the lawyers could be properly apd sufficiently taxed on their income. The lawyers objected, and the strike, caus lng an entire stay of Judicial proceedings, followed Peace was restored by the of the ordon nance, though it was not repealed. it's a proven proposition 40 Years of Reputation Behind It Made by PeasIee-GauIbsrtCo. the most economical. Testimonials from satisfied users right in your town Would you like to have them? Js therefore, oobest and wears best It lasb longest and INCORPORATED r LOUISVILLE, KY. ASK OUR DEALER in your town for book of suggestion sad color card. R. E. McROBERTS C& SON. j .i r. I m uslclan ! Emily. "Well, of all the luck!" Bhe said. "Now, here I've gone an married a race News. Ain't husbands the strangest Dally of people!" Chicago there already," Resents Judge's Sarcasm. ' An old lady, brought up as witness before a bench of magistrates in England, when asked to take off her bonnet, refused to do so. Baying: "There's no law compelling a woman to take off her bonnet." "O," said the judge, "you know the law, do you? Perhaps you would like to come up here and teach us?" "No, thank you, sir," replied the lady, "there are old women enough is binding,' "But suppose it had turned put that "I refused to be operated the man was not jthe burglar in quespn, the morning 1 heard tion. I believe he was, but it might have been otherwise ?" about Cardiij," writes Mrs. "That's true," said a third. "It was Elmer Sickier, of Terre all right to keep your promise so long Haute, Ind. "I tried Car-das you had no acfual knowledge that the man was a criminal. "Where you and it helped me made your mistake was in making greatly. Now, J do my own such a ridiculous agreement Jn the washing and ironing," first place." "And let a man, dangerously injured, suffer?" asked the first speaker. E63 "Remember, when I first agreed to secrecy the case had no particularly suspicious appearance. I could cite Take a dozen different circumstances under which a serious accident might happen and which the persons connected with Tonic would, with a perfect right, go to great lengths to keep secret. So could Cardui is a mild, tonic either of you." remedy, purely vegetable, Which of the three was right? ui, fidence." "I don't think you did," said a member of the group ."The medical profession has no right to shield a criminal. Women and children should be given the greatest protection we can give them the same as on a vessel at sea but no word given a criminal Saved! ,S' GOD'S HERBS & ROOTS I o' -- " s'' CARDUI 3729-3- 1 Cure Diseases, The Bible says so, & it is being proven every day by : v m The Woman's CHARLIE WHITEMOON, the Cow Boy Herbalist x W. Broadway, Louisville, Ky. Contlnuoui Performance. 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Too long have the secrets of nature been neglected, too hng have people disregarded God's promises. Modern doctors think only of "operations" & strong drugs, while, numan suffering & deaths from disease increase rapidly every year. & among the Indians give me a peculiar Health is natural, disease unnatural. My years of experience as a Cow-bo- y fitness & knowledge 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 anyone asking, I will mail the greatest book of its kind ever published, entitled "THE COW-BOHERBALIST," absolutely free. If you ar not enjoying ALL the blessings of perfect health, your duty demands that you INVESTIGATE MY CLAIMS. All letters of inquiry promptly answered. composed ofi6 Roots & Herbs, makes is the name of my great TONIC, BOD & full quarts of medicine, lasts about 3 months, costs only one dollar soldis LEGALLY GUARANTEED to satisfy 3 BY ALL DRUGGISTS & DEALERS is THE PURCHASER or money refunded. liver, kidneys, bowels, A & IN MEDICINE for the nerves, stomach,your druggist hasn't gotbladderwon'tblood. it, household remedy most get it or WILL FILL YOUR excellent. Ask for if ORDERS POSTAGE PAID. &-to Y COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R COM-CEL-SA- R, I SCIENCE SOPE is made of PURE VEGETABLE OILS FOR CHARLIE HUMAN SKIN ONL Y, guaranteed to satisfy or money refunded. 10c or 3 bars 25c at all dealers, Retail, who are supplied thru all wholesale dealers. WHITE-MOON'- S -- ... C it t frJl&li'l rS833SCS33CS328cm IPeople Gossip About vvv Mrs. Ed Price was a visitor" in Lexington Tuesday. Miss Annie Noel of Danville has been the guest of Mrs. Tom Austin. Dr. Wm. Elkin of Atlanta is visiting his father Captain T. A. Elkin. YODU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN D Fresh Oysters at Zimmer's. The tide is coming, our business is growing, and we are compelled to carry a larger stock of AeL- - V Buggies, r! ardware and Farming Implements The people have found a pi ace where they can get good goods at fair prices. Come and swell the crowd, increase the sales, This is our only invitation, but it Miss Charlotte Mount of La Grange means everybody. Davidson & Doty. is the guest of Mrs. J. R. Mount and For Rent: House and lot on Lexingdaughters. ton St. Mrs. Susan Fisher. Mrs. Ann Robinson was in Richmond Miss Rella Arnold was in Lexington, Mrs. for the burial of her sister-in-laMonday." Don't forget,- - 'Saturday September, Susie Wallace. 28th, Davidson & Doty. Miss Polly Traylor of Richmond is Mrs. Jenkins and daughter of visiting Mrs. J. E. Stormes. Oysters served at Zimmer's Restru-ranhave returned home from a in all styles. Mrs. Fisher Herring of Preachersville was with Miss Lily Dale Grant Friday. few days stay with friends. Recleaned seed wheat .. $1.10 Miss Mayme Stormes Dunn has reMrs Mary Roberts of Somerset is the Hill onions $1.00 guest of Mrs. Ben Ham at Hyattsville. turned from a short stay in Lexington Hill onion sets $2.00 where she consulted an occulist. Walter E. Moss, Phone 354-N. B. Price was a recent visitor to Miss Nancy Goodloe of Springfield his sister Mrs. S. P. Grant of Danville. We want to see every body in Garwho is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Mrs. John Todd and children of Ohio, Goodloe has entered school here. rard County at our store, Saturday Sep are with Garrarjd relatives for a visit. tember 28. We have something good Miss Joan Mount will return Saturfor you. Davidson & Doty. Misses Fay and Florence Acton have day from a protracted visit to Cincinbeen visiting relatives in Lincoln coun- nati, Covington and La Grange. New Art- - Store. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Doings Ly Those Wi Are Interested In. -w Har-rodsburg HURT & t F. A Few Articles You Can Buy-I- n The Large Stock Now On Display. reduce the cost. OUR MOTTO: Live and Let Live. Lancaster, Ky. 8atg3XSgggaSCggggSCSaSJ5Cgg3CKg33 With Each RANGE Sold For Next 30 Days Set Elymiouni Ware REE, Call in and see the Quick Meal Range. Best Range made. Get a Souvenior, Hoosier Wheat Drills, Moline Wagons. Best, Cheapest and most durable wagon made. f J. Mount Son Take Any Beam & Co. Mr. and Mrs. Wheritt gave an elabof Frankfort is orate 6 o'clock course dinner on Monday the guest of her mother Mrs. Ella the honoree being Mr. and Mrs. Authur Bettis. Hubbard. Mr. and Mrs. Burdett Ramsey of Miss Minnie Margaret Welch of Stanford have been visiting Garrard is in Lancaster and will rerelatives. sume her class in music as teacher in Mrs. Alline Jackson Boggs of Rich- the school. mond is the guest ot her cousin Mrs. J. Misses Sallie T. Smith and Angie E. Stormes. Bourne spent Saturday and Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hubbard of with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Clarke at Covington are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Marksbury. John E. Stormes. Mrs. J. A. Rowland and little daughMr. and Mrs. George D. Robinson and ter have returned to their home in children will leave shortly to spend the Eldorado after a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Henry. winter in Georgia. Miss Clara Miller returned to her Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of Danville are guests of Mrs. Rebecca home in Charleston, W. Va.. Monday after a weeks visit to her parents, Mr. West and daughters. and Mrs. N. Miller. She was accompaMiss Eugenia D. Denny of Lexington nied by her friend Mr. B. E. Escheon, will arrive this week and be the guest who was here on a visit. of Mrs. E. L. Owsley. The remains of Miss America Adams Mrs. Emma Kauifman left Tuesday formerly a resident of this county were for a visit to Mr. John Greenleaf and brought here from Lexington for interaughter in Richmond. ment. The deceased was a daughter Miss Joan Mount is at home after a of the late Jones Adams who lived near protracted stay with her sister, Mrs. Bryantsville. An only sister who lives Shelby Allen of LaGrange. in Texas survives her, and to her much , Claude Wheritt of N w Orleans came sympathy is extended. Monday for a visit to his parents Mr. In Memoriam. and Mrs. Thomas Wherritt. When the spirit of Mrs. William Mr. John R. Kelly of Hackley is Watkins returned to the God who gave spending a few weeks at the Spitler it, we said "truly a good woman has Sanitarium at Crab'Orchard- passed away" After patient suffering Miss Bettie Robinson of Campbells-vill- e for a number of weeks the end came has arrived and will again be one Monday morning Sept. 17. The home of the teachers in the. Graded School. that was filled with sunshine by her Mr. W. H. Harris of Paris came presence is now displaced by grief and down Saturday night and spent Sunday sorrow. She was reared and lived in with his parents Judge and Mrs E. W. this community where she resided un-ti-ll "osath claimed Jier. We join in Harris. sympathy with the bereaved husband Miss. Frankye Kauffman is at home and children especially the little babe from a visit of three weeks with her grand mother, Mrs. Mary Kauffman of that will never know a mother's love. But the Lord knoweth best, and it will Hustonville. be joy to know we'll meet in heaven Mr. anc Mrs. Louis Landram of Dan- after while. ville were with Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton for a brief visit at their country In the Bryantsville district Miss Osa home "Pine Court". Coulter found easier sailing, she winMiss Mable Mason of Richmond and ning with 1,075,750 votes while her Miss Sue Brashear of Cynthiana are closest competitor received little more here and will again be valuable teach- than half as many. Both Miss Powell and Miss Coulter were untiring in their ers in the school this year. efforts to secure the handsome prizes Mr. Ewing Stultz has returned from and have thoroughly demonstrated the Cairo 111 where he played with the base faots that they are made of the kind ball team from that city during the of material that wins, and they richly past seaeon in the "Kitty"' league. deserve the handsome prizes awarded H. F. Pollitt and family of them. To the other contestants who Revernd Covington are in Lancaster, the Revernd were not so lucky, we can but say that Pollitt having been called the ensuing we are sorry that it was not within our year as pastor of the Methodistchurch. power to bestow a prize . on each and overy one of them. They too made Editor Lewis Landram and wife of noble efforts and they have the consolaDanville came over Saturday to the tion of knowing that they did their Stormes silver wedding and remained very best, and their failure to win was over Sunday with relatives and friends. through no fault of tneir own. Some time they may prove the lucky who has been other Miss Eunice Mrs. Jesse Arnold Cam-pbellesvi- lle -- ty. Everything new and - up to date in Stamping and Embroidery materials. Austin & Flora. Stormes Building Up Stairs. See our special line of hair ribbons. Miss Rella Arnold. Bank Stock For Sale. Five Shares of Stock in The Garrard Bank & Trust Company of Lancaster, Ky. For information see th6 Editor of the Central Record. 2t Notice. Beds, Brass, Iron and Wood, Bed Room Suits, Book Cases, Book Racks, Mattresses, Mirrors, Mouldings, Wall and Having disolved partnership we desire that all persons owing the firm, will call and settle their accounts at once, and without further delay. This means you if you owe us. Ball & Holtzclaw 2t Buffets, Bureaus, Cabinets, Kitchen, Mede- cine, Music, Pictures, Musical Instruments, Oliver Tepewriters and Supplies, See our Handsome Display Carpets, of Millinery Saturday Sept, 28, 1912. R.S.Brown. Chairs, all kinds, City Taxes Due. Organs, Pianos, Paper Racks, Parlor Suits, Pedestals, Piano Benches, Piano Scarfs, Pictures, Pillows, Picture Framing, Picture Enlarging, Rockers, Safes, Office and Kitchen School Furniture. Screens, Settees, Sewing Machines, Sewing Rockers, Shaving Stands, Sideboards, Chiffoniers, Your City taxes for 1912 were due on March 1st. The City needs money to fix the streets, please arrange to pay at once, also the water rent is past due. Call on me and pay as soon as possible. L. E. Herron, City Tax Collector. Small Farm For Sale. 67 acres as fine corn and tobacco land as you can find 1 five acre barn 1 new stock barn 28x40 new 3 room house 1 mile from pike 2$ miles from Hyatts ville, you can pay for this at $70.00 per acre. b. 1. Aldndge Hyattsville, Ky., or J. I. Hamilton Lancaster. Davenports, Fall and Winter opening Desks, Office and Ladies, on Saturday, Sept. 28th. Dining Room Suits, See our display of Fisks Dining Tables Hats. Miss Rella Arnold. Dressers, Sale Of School Property. Dressing Tables, Having consolidated the district of Paint Lick in Madison County and the Fireless Cookers, Lowell school houses district, these and lots will be sold publicly Saturday Oct 5. The property at Lowell at 10: a. m. and at Paint Lick at 3:00 p. m. d cash Jan, 1 1913 and Terms the remainder in one and two years with good security at 6 per cent County Board of Education. W. T. King Auctioneer. one-thir- Subscribe for Record Chifforobes, Children's Toys, China Closets, Church Furniture, Clocks, Commodes, Costomers, Cots, Couches, Cradles and Cribs, Cupboards, Cabinet Hardware, Shirt Waist Boxes, Springs, Steel Couches, Stoves, Foot Stools, Sweepers, Carpet, Swings, Tables, all kinds, Furniture Polish, Game Boards, Go-Cart- s, Prather visiting relatives in Madison county for several weeks was called home last week by the illness of her sister Miss Bessie Prather. The handsome ones. Notice. Hall Seats, Hall Trees, Hammocks, Tabouretts, Upholstered Fuurniture, Vacumn Cleaners, Victor-Victrolas- School Fair Premium List. 1. Best rspeller $5.00 by county school board $2.50 by J. L Riley, Reception tendered Principal Lancaster Graded School. Ribbon. 2. Best declamation $2.50 Beazley & Collier, Insurance. Ribbon. 3. Best set of language papers from four different pupils $1.50 Alex Walker. $1.00. Ribbon. 4. Best map of Kentucky showing physical divisions and products, $3.50 shoes by Joseph Mercantile Co. Rib & You like from our timber piles. No need to spend time in look ing for good ones. Every stick in the pile is sound, seasonable and straight. Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's why you should get the best which means getting them here. r Reverend C. C. Brown and Mrs. Brown by the members of the Presbyterian church recently was unintentionally omitted in last weeks issue. It was at the home of Mrs. D. M. Lackey and in every sense of the word it was an ele gant affair. The house was tastily decorated with trailing vine, ferns and cut flowers and was an inviting spectacle to all. The delicious ices and cake added much to the inner man. A souvenier book with "B" daintily traced by the gifted artist, Miss Jeanie Lackey is something to be treasured by Reverend and Mrs. Brown. Each member of the pastor's flock inscribed his name on the book. Qne of the most b,nllia.nt events given in Lancaster n recent years was Notice of the disolution of tha Pilgrimage Tobacco Company is hereby given. By consent in writing of the owners of all the shares of stock in said Company its business is closed and its affairs wound up. If any one has a claim against said Company they will present it at once. And this notice is published in the Central Record, a newspapar in Lancaster, Ky., as required by Section 561 of the Kentucky Statutes. Banks Hudaon, President. Wallace. ,1 1 Lamps, Mantels, Wash Stands, Wall Paper. that Saturday evening celebrating the Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. 2th, marriage anniversary of Mr, and Mvvaww .viwMyviciiWivwv'iH THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Mw. John E- - Stormes at their beauti ful home" in this city. No expense was spared to make the occasion a memorable one. The confections and ices were furnished by a leading caterer of Cincinnati. The arrangements and Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Pres't S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Safety Samual Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT- - YOUR 'BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, Stbrmes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. 'W. J. H. Pcsey, M, J.. E. Elliott, Directors. beauty of the festal board were most appropiately carried out in the rn.in.U-tedetail. Each guest departed lavish in praise of both host and hostess for their genuine hospitality and wishing them many additional years of happiness. The music of a fine harpist of Cincinnati,-- was enchanting for the entire evening Misses Fannie Tinder and Margaret Morrow attractively served at the punch bowl. The out of town guests were as follows; Mrs. E, P. Halley Newman Cal -ijornia, Mrs. John L. Anderson Washington City, Mr' and Mrs. Arthur Hub bard Covington, Mr. smd. Mra. Robert Harding, MV. and Mrs. Archibald "Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landram and Vernon Richardson Danville, Mrs. Alline Jackson Bogga and Miss Polly st LTraylor Richmond. :.--..- Mra. Sue Higgins Wallace died at problem n f a.rm. a.rithm,etie A. Clay Infirmary in Rich stated, and solved $2.00 Citizens Nat- the Pattie Ky. on last Friday, September ional Rank $1.0Q base-balbat, Hasel-de- n mond 2Qth after an illness of 24 days. Her Bros. Ribb.on. in the Richmond 6. B,est business letter, $5.QQ black remains were interred cemetery. leather s,qit case, R. H. Batson, $2.00 Mrs. Wallace was the wife of the Qarrard Bank and Trust Co. Ribbon. 7. Best apron hand made, $3.00 late William Wallace and was in her rocker Hurt & Anderson, gold handled 63rd year. She was the daughter of embroidery scissors, Haselden Bros. the late Simon and Ja.no Higgins and g 8. Best essay on $3.50 was one of eleven Uving; children, nine pocket book R. S. Brown $1.00. Rib- of whom survive her as follows T. Hjgglns of Oklahoma, Jerry Higgins bon. ojf thfe county Simon Higgins of Louis9. Best loaf of bread $3.00 shoes Logan $1.50 J. R. Mount & Son. Rib- -. ville Ky., Epb... Higgins of California and Cjbas. F. Higgins of Richmond Ky. bon. 10. Best essay o .corn growing and Mrs. Kittie Sanders of Chicago, $3.50 shoes T. W- - Smh $2,00 Mdse. Mrs. A. D. Woods of Stanford Ky., Mrs. W. H. Denton of Lexington Ky., Conn Bros. Rjbhon, Mrs. S. W. Paris of Portland Ore. and 11. Best exhibit of seed corn ten ears, $2.00 National Bank of Lancaster, Mrs. H. L. Wallace of Paint Lick Ky, She' is also survived by two, children $1.00 Lancaster Lumber Co. Ribbon. ojt Louisville 12. Best judge of seed corn $2.50 Messrs John H. Wallace, base ball glove R. E. McRoberts & Ky. and Salem A. WUaee of Lexington Ky. Ope daughter," Misg Fannie L. Son. Ribbon. 13. Best exhibit of hand work from Wallace, cfted, n 1902,. two years previous first and second grades $1.50 Garrard .to hxf dath she went as. a. Missionary of the- Associate Reformed Presbyterian Milling Co. $1.00. Ribbon.! 14. Best exhibit of hand wjqrk frwn Church, to, Mexico. Mra, Wallace yasone of. ft fifth, sixth, seventy a,n.d eighth grades, noble women w,ho was hjojfft and, ..reared, ?s.w ?i.ffif .ftisoQn, near Plaint Lick w,h$re she. resided untU gazmes. the year J.9Q& when she rempyed. ta to, Iam agent for the Ladies, Home, LexYgtop4Ky. w,here she rsi,dj4 ip of Slw came Journal, Saturday Evening Po&t and the thrig of her deat an old and highly r,$arQted! amjlyand tne Country Gentleman, can get clulp, connqctq6 TRHLapy. of "the "promi$ rates qn any magazine pupusnea is jnen fondles. o this. and. Madteea -uive - oraer.' r MreJDollig Bro E3-4- t. WSPW- 5,. bon. B,est; We do-all kinds of Repairing, l, and Upholstering of old Furniture We make a specialty of moving, Packing and Storing Furni- bread-makin- ture. Call, write or phone- No 5, - your wants. - 9ay T& D me.-yoa- r : - At f sr-j- r i'v 1 -- ..;r iJ.r- - i, r i H. M00000CO0OC0C0eo0OO0i 1 1 oooooooooooooooooooortooo v "I lS jVhl 1 i h' A I' MlIlM Welsh J PLAGUE OF THE FIELD MICE Even in Small Numbers They Destroy Considerable Clover and Alfalfa and Injure Orchards. f - & IS Wise Hi n 1 3O d. TINSLEY, PHONE 329--J. County Surveyor. oer F. G. Hurt's furniture store. Kentucky. Lancaster, Office frQO$09909frOO0000000OOOOOOCC HIM)R jiywj'J AUTUMN HERE (By H. S. PIPER.) The mouse which produced the plague in some of the western state3, a short time ago, proved to be the of QUALITY. "black mouse," one of the numerous species of short tailed field or meadow mice, a group which has caused widespread destruction In various parts of The Motive. the world. In nearly all parts of the field mice was an evening party. A young United States short-taile- d It man with a tall collar and pale hair are among the most abundant of was reciting a poem. He had ground mammals, and a number of species in stanzas and the end widely separated localities have ocout LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. casionally exhibited the same tendwas not yet. "What's going on?" whispered the ency to excessive Increase, indicating Will Practice in all State Courts and guest wJio had just come in. that favoring conditions may produce U. S. District Court. "Rhymer is letting out his latest Office over Police Court. Phone 194. poem," answered the pessimistic person. Cut Flowers Ware McRoberts. i y WE'RE WELL Quantities of New Goods are Arriving Daily. Our Store Has Become a Veritable Exposition of the Best in Fall Styles. We've been preparing for the Fall season for months. We've studied the style tendencies with the closest attention. We have spent weeks in the style center, New York City, rejecting every fashion that savored of freakishness, purchasing only when we felt certain that we were right. THE RESULT! Our store is now filled with fresh, new merchandise, absolutely authoritative in style, thoroughly dependable as always in quality. With pardonable pride we offer our display for your approval. We feel certain that you'll find that we have maintained our reputation as the fashion center of the"Blue Grass" We invite you to call this week and pass judgment. J. E. Robinson, forty-seve- n V "Whafs the subject the motive?" remo- Registered Jersey Bull queried the late comer. Foxy Alex 103717. Season 1912. plied the P. P., "but I suspect the tive must be revenge." Ideas. "I have forgotten the subject," Maternalism. Fee $1.00. Two miles Knd Gentleman What are you gofrom Lancaster, Ky.,on Richmond pike ing to do, Johnny, when you become a man?" Johnny Nawthln. R. E. Kind Gentleman What? Not going to do anything? Johnny No. Just as soon as I started something ma would tell me to HENRY. VI Dr. D. F. Smith Physician PHONE MV WAriWH'7A stop. Judge. 'if Lombardy & NO Surgeon. 219. Hos- Office on Danville Street in the pital Building. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Ready to Oblige. At a reception in London a young lady, mistaking Marconi for Mascagni, said: "I do wish you'd play me your lovely 'Intermezzo.' " "With pleasure, madam," answered Marconi; "but I shall have to play it on a wireless piano." Poplar Girdled and Killed by Field Mice. ex- fk -- IW Or. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Ofliice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- Conservative Opinion. "'This newspaper speaks of a 'girl' whose age turns out to be thirty years. Do you think she is still a girl at that age?" "Well, sae may be a girl, but there is no doubt that she is somewhat mature." HIS IDEA. Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky COME! COME! Who So Ever Will. Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. ist. Even when in small numbers they destroy considerable clover and alfalfa and injure orchards, nurseries and root crops. This is the first recorded instance of an irruption of field mice in North America attaining: the proportions of a plague. The experience indicates the probability of future and In the disastrous outbreaks. extensive reclaimed areas of the west the abundant food and luxurious cover furnished by alfalfa fields and the miles of irrigation ditches, which afford these mice suitable homes along their banks, greatly favor their increase, while surrounding desert conIt's hardly necessary for us to expatiate on this department ditions limit the spread of mice beof our business. Hundreds of discriminating women can testify to yond the cultivated areas. Without doubt poisoning is the best our leadership. They know that a suit from our store is abso.utely method at present known of dealing mice on an extensive scale. authoritative in style; their experience has proven there's no question with field even-more mouse plagues wherever the mice The latest Fall Suits. $25.00 New Fall Coats, Dresses - Scores of Smart New Models. AND SKIRTS. $15.00 $20.00 $10.00 Smart Coats $15.00 to $45.00. ks The Old Reliable Barber. SOIL TOO RICH FOR APPLES HENRV DUNCAN - J. W. SWEENEY LIVERY, FEED and SALE STABLE. Stanford Street. KENTUCKY. Office over Stormes' Drug Store LANCASTER. Office Hours a. m to 12. 1 p. m. to 4. J3. IF. WAJLTER. DENTIST.-Phon65. e Lancaster, Ky. iwliki E. Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsicon and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6 W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. A common mistake in the selection of a site for the apple orchard tract, large or small, is that of choosing a soil that is too rich; that will cause abundant growth of wood, but mighty little fruit. In the valley in which the writer's ranch is located is an orchard of mature apple trees, as pretty a sight from the standpoint of foliMrs. Justwed Here Is a printed list age as one could ask to see, which has of suitable presents for a wife to give lately been felled because it did not her husband on, his birthday. Jubt deliver the goods. The tract is fat, rich and well wamark the ones you would like most. Mr. Justwed (after reading it) I tered. Within gunshot of this tract is think I would be satisfied with any- a block of winter Nellls pear trees of thing that was not mentioned here. the same age that for severad years past have grossed their owners close to a thousand dollars per acre, says Severe Punishment. a writer in an exchange. Never was A slap on the wrist more emphatically demonstrated the Is what ho should get. Who dares to resist fact that soil can be too rich for apA suffragette. ples, but not for pears. Within a mile of these unproductive apple trees, on Uncalled For. thinner and lighter granitic soils, the Murphy OI want to get a fust class apple trees bear proliflcally to the autymobile for me wolfe. point of breaking down. Auto Dealer Long body? Murphy None of yure business! She's built like a barrel, but Oi didn't GRAFTING MACHINE IS HANDY come here to discuss her shape wid ye. Puck. Implement Designed to Cut Scion Diagonally to Prevent Bruising or Other Injury. What Impressed Him. "What impressed you most In oui In describing a grafting machine, in. great city?" asked the native. vented by A. Roberston of Canada, the "Well," replied the man from the small town, "I've been here for a week Scientific American says: The purpose here is to provide a and I noticed that nobody wears Sunmachine more especially designed for day clothes on Sunday." use in nurseries and the like, and arranged to cut the graft or scion diagOne Slight Request. onally with a shearing cut to prevent "There Is nothing that women cannot do as well as men." "Of course," assented Mr. Meekton earnestly. "But, Henrietta, I do hope that none of you will Insist on pitch-fothe home team in a close game." IT? Trees With Beautiful Foliage, but Mighty L!ttle fruit, Were Finally Removed by Ax. regarding quality. Style tendencies this Fall are for slightly longer coats and fuller skirts. The materials are Mannish Serges, Worsteds and Semi-roug- h Scotch Mixtures. A splendid showing of strictly plain tailored and tastily trimmed suits for Juniors, Misses and Small Women ranging in price from $15.00 to $35,00, Newest Models in Mackinaw, Norfolk, Johnnie and full length Closed Collar Coats all in the seasons most favored materials for Ladies and Misses: also a splendid line of childrens and Misses Nr-foland Reefer Coats in the new Reds. Greens ynd Shepherd Clicks ages 4 to 18 years, suitable for school and early Fall wear, at sensible prices. New Fall Dresses $5.00 to $40.00. Chnr-meus- Our collection of new Fall Dresses in Serges, Epongc, e, Chiffons and Satins is by far the best we have ever shown. An especially strong line of Misses and Children's Peter Thompson Dresses, in finest quality of Serges, ranging in price from 55. to S12.50. rv The New Fall SHOES Are Here. Onr stock of Fashionable Footwear for Ladies, Misses and Children is now in and complete in every detail. We are showing all the latest shapes in Black Ooze, Gun Metal, Patents, Tan Calf and suede. An especially strong line of smart styles on the new English lasts and low heels for Young Women at 3.50,$4.00 and $5,00 WELSH 04oooocoooooooo 00900000 oooo each for them. & WISEMAN I DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. county for $162.50. Election Officers Appointed. i FARMER'S COLUMN i VoOO00000000000K00 OOOOOOOOO OOOOOO dpacc below this heading is for the exclusive use of oar farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as Ihe farmer cannot affo'd to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only iu '.wo issue's of the Record, free of charge r Residence Phone 220. H. J. PATRICK, bruising or injury to the graft. For this purpose use is made of a rotary Paint Lick, Kentucky. cutter head proyided with beveled Mrs. Walker Guyn spent Monday knives, a table fpr the grafts to rest on, and guides on. the table at an anwith her sister in Lancaster. There will be services at the Chris- gle to the cutting edges of the knives to guide the grafjts. is tian church next Sunday afternoon at pictured herewith in aThe machine plan view. three o'clock. Dr W. L. Carman was called to his Good Potation. DENTIST home at Washington Court House Ohio Try this rotation: Alfalfa, potatoes, to see his sister who is very ill. grain. It Is a good one. Office over Hurt & Anderson'g. Miss Margaret Sandusky has returned to her home near Nicholasville after a visit to her Aunt Mrs. Robt Guyn. What We Never Forget Several persons from here .attended the funeral and burial of Mrs. Susie according to science, are the things asWallace at Richmond last Sun- sociated with our early home Jife, such day. Her many friends regret her loss as Bucklen's Arnica Salve, that mother Ladies7 and Men's Gar- and sympathize with sons and relatives. or grandmother used to cure burns, The brick work in the new school boils, scalds,-sores- , skin eruptions, cuts, ments, Hats, Etc. building is completed and is now ready sprains ,or bruises. Forty years of All orders called for and delivered. for the finishing up touches. Mr. R. J. Woods Ss having the foundation laid for cures prove its merit. Unrivaled for Phone 340. a liandsomer resjden.ee jaear the school piles,- - corns or cold sores. Only .25 W, Faulkner, ftgr. ki. house. oents at R. E. McRoberts .& .Sou. . Dentist. Air Work Cruelty to Animals. Manager We will try the new play in this town on the dog. Agent You're taking a risk. They've got an active humane society there. 1 ri aiiiwr'"'iiliHl I itafetgaaaiEl Urn ff Grafting Machine. Guaranteed. PAINT LICK. M. K. Denny, B Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co 1-- jn Taylor House sold Jim Dalton'a mule colt for $70. Mr. J. W. Walker who lives about Court House Saturday, Oct, 12th. Wm. Embry bought a mule colt of three miles out on the Buckeye j.ike J. D. Ray for $85. has a nice pony and cart for sale. Morning Session. Sam Ramsey sold Alferd Owens a 10. A. M. Chorus Kentucky Schools W. R. Cook bought of Cap't J. A. mule colt for $70. Doty 35 cattle, paying $6.00 per cwt School children. Hayden Naylor sold a mule colt to for 12 of them and $5.85 for the Invocation Rev. O. P. Bush, Pastor John Pettus for $95. Baptist church. remainder. Address of welcome Miss Jennie Logan Hubble bought two aged mules - M. M. Dorsett of Burgin bought a Higgins, Superintendent of Garrard at $130. and $160. mule of Ollie Bogie, one of Harrison county schools. Address Dr. J. G. Crabbe, President Alex R. Denny bought a mule colt of Sebastian, one of Oscar Ray and one of Walker Bradshaw paying $110. each of Kentucky State Normal School J. C. Wilson for $115. for them. Richmond, Ky. Penny Bros bought three mule colts Address Prof. D. W. Bridges, SupW. B. Burton purchased of Gentry & at $90 , $100., $110. each. erintendent of Richmond Schools. Thompson of Lexington 9 mare mules Address Miss Aubyn Chinn, Head of W. K. Leayell sold a 6 year old mule ranging in weight from 1100 to 1200 Domestic Science Department, State to Walter Ceuter for $160. pounds, extra good ones for which he University. paid an average of $225. per head. SPELLING CONTEST. J. H. Ruble bought a mule from Union No. 9. J. H. McQuerry, Jas. Clarence Ballard for $170. Afternoon Session. W. B. Burton shipped on last SaturPointer, Judges, S. A. Ballard sheriff, 1:30 P. M. Declamatory Contest. Thomas Rankin ' bought of James day to the Wilson Live Stock Co. at Address T. J. Coates, State Super- John Tatem clerk. Wilson N. C. a carload, consisting of Thompson 3 aged mules for $400. Frankfort, Ky. 24 head of nice mare mules whigh cost visor Rural Schools, Address Hon. Barksdale Hamlett, Wilscn Rogers bopght a couple of nice him on an average of $208. per head. State Superintendent Public Instrucharness horses of A. B. Estridge for W. ij. Burton bqught of Center of tion, Frankfort. $300." Jessamine county one pair of mules for Address J. W. Newman, State ComW. B. Rurton bought a 6 year old $310., Qf Mr. Spoonambre of Hubble a missioner of Agriculture, Frankfort mare mule of Steve Agee for $140 and harness horse for $200., of John Buster Announcement of Prizes Prof. J. L. a harness horse of C. C Hendricjcson of Harrodsburg a harness horse for Riley Principal, Lancaster Graded for $16.0. JH&0. pf Coplter & 'Wright of Shelby School. Dismissal Rev. F. M. Tinder Pastor 12 mule colts Gitv a harness horse for S140. and n J. E. Robinson bought I neighborhood of $100 harness horse of James gallee of Boyle ghristjam Church. payfng in the w-aiM- Spinal Meningitis is doing untold damage to the live stock in Kansas, 20,000 head of horses and V. A. Lear bought a mule colt of alreaky Sam Sutton for 150. and one of John mules have died from the malady, entailing a loss of millions of dollars, to Smith for $110. sav nothing of the severe inconvenJohnson Price bought eight mule ience to the farmers who are unable to colts at prices ranging around the d handle their crops because of the scardolUr mark. city of stock. W. B. Burton bought an aged mule PROGRAM. and a harness horse of Wilson Rogers paying $335. for the two. Garrard County Teacher's Association Rev. C. C Brown. hun-ere- For Sale A horse and buggy. The following election officers for Garrard county have Leon appointed to serve at the coming November oluo tion.- - . Lancaster No. 1, court house: J. N. White and Wesley Bourne Judges. W. R. Cook sheriff, F. G. Hurt clerk- East Park No. 2. J. P. Doty. A. K. Walker, Judges, J. D. Galley, sheriff, G. C. Walker clerk. West Park No. 3. Tom Hendren, J. R. Mount, Judges, John Broaddus sheriff, Dr. J. B. Kinnaird clerk. West Bryantsville No. 4. John Shearer, G. A. Bowling, judges, J. B. Ruble sheriff, Vard Evans clerk. East Bryantsville No. 5. Joel Marsee. W. J. Gosney, judges, John Ham. sheriff, B. F. Robinson, clerk. Buckeye No. G. Raymond Ray, Wm. Stotts, judges. T. 0. Hill, sheriff Porter Wearren clerk. Walkers No. 7. Alex Layton, Joe A. Ross, judges, J. H. Posey, sheriff, Dr. Wm. Wheeler, clerk. Paint Lick No. 8 Wm. Wynn. E. L. Woods, judges W. W. Rogers, sheriff Dr. W. L. Carman clerk. I y B - - -- J . 't. & j.j' Tr?--s-- V ' K: J- - '. """ iM M t -- . .. J?g?- - v ; ..fcS ? 't . , BMfcl&.