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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 1, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912110101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 1, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. mTTi AJtLTLi jg "W CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELlGIOh, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, .NOVEMBER 1 1 1912. HMHrlluf wjsj3yyi!i&(i0!(ij NUMBER 30. Ss33tgSi5CSs2SIBlSS2S3r&33CSSSS31 IRi Ad E H Typhoid Fever. Good News. Ed C. Gaines annual corn show Nov. 25. H,4 S- - hSH'S- - KfcTLW IWiliiPi iiP I il Piifi nc1 11 uuo Miss Mary Poff one of the most ac commodating operators at the local telephone exchange is ill with typhoid fever at her home on Hamilton Ave. Miss MaHe Smith a step daughter of Mr. Thomas Chappell is also ill with typhoid fever. Gcins. A COMPLETE LINE OF 8 Saturday 8 broughtfamily here at the Heating Stoves, CooKing Stoves J Kange aiia Executive Committee of State University has chosen Prof. Joseph H. to succeed the late Prof. M. A. vr Kastle as Director of the State Scovell Experimental Station. Prof. Kastie head for the last year been at v hasthe chemistry departmenttheof the of W . .. . .. ". fert Experimental Station and the College. The j i Mrs. William Goins died in Lexingand her remains were ton Sunday and after services home were laid to rest in the cemetery at Manse Sunday afternoon. She is survived bp a husband and children who reside near Hyatts-ville. Prof. Kastle Chosen. Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire Backs and Fire Brick. Anything You Want in Maupin Trial Postponed. In the Madison Circuit Court at "7 Richmond Monday the case of the Commonwealth against Brack Maupin A charged with the hilling of James ffc Paris in that city on last county court day was called, but upon application and affidavits of the defense it was continued and will probably not be tried until the February term of court. I "Newt" Todd Promoted. tw Guns,Ammunition,Hunting Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: a Vr '! - It will be gratifying to his many Garrard county friends to know that Mr. E. N. Todd who was appointed to the government service from this county, and who is now in charge of construction work at Ft. McPherson Ga. as Assistant Superintendent has been promoted to the position of Superintendent of Construction and Civil Engineer. Mr. Todd was transferred to Ft. McPherson which is near Atlanta, from Galveston Tex. in July last. Important Real Estate Transfer. ' Live and Let Live. W& Sf p& S!$B? Mr. A. II. Bastin, through the real & Swinebrond, 5P has sold to Mr. Tobe Wiley of Paints- residence X3 ville Ky. his handsome estate firm of Hughes i Ej fl $$ property on Lexington street for $7,500. $3 and will give possession on January 1, l& iyi;j. Mr. Wiley who Has been a Lancaster, Ky, mTrimX 3 substantial citizen of Paintsville will be ' a welcome citizen in Lancaster; he with his wife and bmall son have been at the Kengarlan hotel for some time while Mr. Wiley decided upon what he should purchase. It is his presnt intention to purchase an unimproved tract of land ?' l' 1VI fV ff r auu tiiyajc in f niHM nn iTrliili insivHiy lauiiuij;, uunu Mrlvan ? hi- - home in town I ' Ksm& irr.r ij M The New York Herald and the New York World of last Sunday after a Bearing Fruits. carefully taken straw vote of all We are very glad to note that the debateablt states, predict the election recent enforcement of the Truant Law of Gov. Wilson on next Tuesday by a majority of .1,000,000 and 1,125,000 is already showing good results in Lanrespectivly. The Herald concedes to caster. Urchins who have been accusthe democrats 26 out of the 35 debate-abl- e tomed to roam at will almost without states. The Herald's figures show knowledge of the existence of such a a gain for both Taf t and Roosevelt thing as a school are now particularly conspicuous as scholars. These same since the last poll was taken. same little wanderers are now transformed (in to)clean,brightfaced youngHeld Without Bail. sters At Winchester Saturday Judge eager who are among the first arrivals, and anxious to learn. They Benton held without bail Dock Smith, should be offered every encouragement, Andrew Johnson, John Clair and Asbury and beyond doubt if they persevere in Mcintosh, charged with the Killing of their efforts as they are now doing, Ed Callahan, three others they will grow up to be useful men and under the same charge he admitted to women. bail in the sum of 3.000 each and seven others in the sum of $2,000 each. All The Menagerial Fight. who were granted bail gave it. The Tuesday next sees the end of the trials were fixed for December 30thland three cornered fight, decides who shall will be held in Winchester. be supreme in the menagerie. HeretoCarpenter-Williafore the fight has been between the Elephant and the Donkey, but a new Miss Fannie Carpenter of Preachers-vill- e comer has asserted his claims, the Bull and Mr. Pendleton Williams of near Hubble were married at Preach-ersvil- Moose an awkward, gaunt unwieldy animal has thrown his hat in the ring last Satunday evening, Rev. Roberts of that place saying the cere- and asserted claims to supremacy, mony. The bride is a handsome and while the great American Eagle with popular young society girl of Preach-ersvill- e pinions widespread, soars majestically around and above the ring, watching and is the daughter of Mr. and the battle, an impartial referee. The Mrs. S. D. Caipenter. The groom is a Donkey has heretofore been the underprosperous young farmer of the Hubble locality, the son of Mr. and Mrs. John dog, the Elephant always getting the best of it, but this time it seems alWilliams. most certain that he must yield the title of supremacy to his smaller and Must Seek Pastures New. more humble opponent; the Bull Moose The day of the politician and stump is as yet untried, but the betting odds orator is rapidly drawing to a close, seemto be against him. soon they must seek a new vocation or other fields for their labors. They have An Air Of Thrift. indeed had a hard time interesting the It is small wonder that strangers farmers in their theme; the farmer has riding about Lancaster and through the been too busy caring for his bumper crop and making preparation to take county are impressed with the air of care of his family and his stock during thriftiness and that land hunters never the coming winter to give them heed and go away without purchasing. Through will doubtless be glad when they cease to the county there is a general air of be troubled with the importunities of the thrift, houses and barns are going up on all sides, farmers are busy with politicians.seeking their suffrage. their fall seeding and garnering, work on the turnpikes and county roads are County Court Day. in progress, stock is in good condition Politics, Mule colts and tobacco and an ample supply of forage for the equally divided the attention of a large winter is visiDie, an oi wnicn leaves a crowd that assembled for county court favorable impression upon the mind of here Monday, There was at the stock the stranger. In the town work is go yards about 200 cattle, a great deal of ing forward rapidly on the new Graded it being above the average quality and School, which gives promise to the pro the entire lot was eagerly gobbled up spective citizen of splendid educational by the buyers before noon; all of itwas facilities for his children; new houses disposed of in small lots at prices rang are going up on every side, the stores ing from 5 to 5J cents. The offering of and other business enterprises present mule colts was large, but they were a busy appearance, the thoroughfares small in stature and of inferior quality are lined with heavily laden wagons, and comparatively few of them chang- bringing the farm products to market; ed hands, what did sell bringing from the streets, already in better condition $60. to $80. than those of many of our neighboring Tobacco men representing all the towns, are undergoing repairs, and in loose leaf houses, solicitors for the city many instances being made over enbreaks and local buyers were importuntirely, a large- gang of laborers are ing the farmers to give their respecbusy at the .water works raising the tive houses a trial, but their entreaties dam and preparing to give us a better for the most part fell upon deaf ears, quality and a larger quantity of water, as the farmer is inclined to make no arrangement in regard to the disposal and in every direction the eye may turn is evidence of prosperity; everyof his crop until a good rain brings a there thing seems to beckon the stranger to season and they are enabled to get to come to Garrard. stripping. ex-Sher- Tov E S w T ;a .rT - A- - Wit h W JM -.- ir-rIff .Tlaifc W&& rs? SK? .&& rrv-T-.ns- v 2 ms. le m TP Air Tight Heaters. Desirable n- - F 1 Moores, Florence and Coles Haselden Brothers ict' for rent. itBiWMfrSiiiiiWJi ifcigirajgfftUg giWMMMWM ww M MM w vl wry - frr Denny Bros' Sale. Ought To Had A Fiddle. '' We have received and have on display a complete line of Hmfflwi bMLc M&bLJmLx fflSClSi &&&? ' for fall and winter, comprising all the new styles in Patent Leather, Gun Metals, Tans, Velvets, Suede. We handle the famous Drew Selby line which isconsiderT ed the best line of Ladies shoes on the market. We are receiving daily new ship- ments in Laciies yllliap A look will convince you that we can save you money on anything in Ladies ready to wear garments. We buy these lines from the very best Manufacturers in New York. We take great pleasure in showing you through. If we havn't what you want we will order it on approval and get it for you in a short time. :- - H yrgrtiB ftRy-v.- J - T. LOGAN. Up in Laurel county on the banks The big sale advertised by the Denny Ml Bros, at their place near Point Leavell of the Rockcastle river near where on last Thursday attracted a large that stream empties into the Cumber crowd, but for some reason, doubtless land, dwells Billy Pointer and his good because of the close proximity of the wife Chanty. Charity is known to election and the lateness of the season hundreds of fishermen who are wont to the bidding was not as spirited as could visit this famous fishing place, a strong have been wished or expected. The robust woman, capable of doing as farm which is a splendid one of about much manual labor as her better half, 90 acres, well improved and well situa- and one of the very best cooks in that ted, was taken down at 90. The jer- country, and withal a kind hearted, sey milk stock, which was an except- christian motherly soul. Charity and ionally fine herd and included some Mher man" own a two story log "club splendid individuals, came nearer bring- house" which is devoted to the acing their worth than any of the offer-- : commodation of fishermen who visit ings; the entire bunch of 19 head, in- the locrlity, and the cheer offered at cluding cows, calves, & etc. brought this humble mountain abode is some- Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods upon an average $34. per head; suck- thing never to be forgotten. ling mules brought from 80. to $102.; John Farra and Bob Elkin are just VI O two year old mules from 166. to 177. back from their annual excursion to A 50 and horses from $70. to 142.50. Goods A Charity's, and John thinking to cheer O lot of good farming machinery and Charity with some good music, took O tools brought fairly good prices. Capt. with him his cornet. One evening af- w --9 I. M. Dunn cried the sale. A splendid f ter they had been regaled with a sup dinner was served and the quantiuy per such as only Charity can prepare You was ample to serve the entire crowd for a tired fisherman, Farra took out as the entire neighborhood and plenty to his cornet and for an hour in his own Q spare. inimitable manner made the welkin with his cornet; "My Don't ask for cheapness. Keep thinking Enormous Crowd Gathers At Court House ring to the echo Old Kentucky Home," "Down Upon The To He.ar Col. Bennett H. Young And Suanee River", "Home Sweet Home", of quality. and many other old familiar tunes were Hon. Harvey Helm Expound Thats our advice. played in turn, Charity, Billy and their CO brood listening in rapt attention. The Doctrine Of DemoIf you know only alittle about brands When he had finished Farra said "well cracy. CO Charity how did you like it?" To his w. you can still be safe for this store always crowd which was liber- utter astonishment, she replied, "Well w An enormous ! ally sprinkled with ladies gathered at Mr. Farra I rekon it was mighty good, stands for your safety. the court house on Monday afternoon but I never heerd none o' them tunes, 14 --3 to hear Col. Bennett H. Young and I wish you would play something we We have nothing that you need hesitate his wits ends Hon. Harvey Helm speak in behalf of know'd. "Farja was at about buying or eating. the democratic ticket, and the tidings and no amount of suggesting both upon, CA which they bore put new heart into the Ihis part or that of Mr. Elkin couiq "Purity a surety" is our Canned Goods assembled hosts. Mr. Heim made the bring to mind a song Iftat; w.as f a,nulrar CO to these people. Knowing, these. pao first speech and told of the prospects motto. country and urged the pie as we do, we will venture, to say all over the W democrats of Garrard to do their duty that had Farra, taken, along a fiddle and All that is ever canned we have. w Col. strunk up "Turkey in, the taw", .he help roll up the majority, and Young made a very interesting speech would have, seen, their faces brighten Fish, Fruit, Vegetables. and aroused the enthusiam of the crowd with pleasure, a.nd,he would soon have " t? to the highest pitch. His speech was had the vfhole family capering to the And never forget that buying here is the. O cut short by the fact that he wished to. strains. give the republicans and the "Bull best way to be sure. . Ben-del- l, !2 Moosers" an 'opportunity to be heard Hear and see Roy the noted impersonal if they so desired, but neither of these parties seemed to have a campaign tor, at the Opera House 4 O orator on hand. The court house had O been tastily decorated with flags and Friday evening, at CO cut flowers in honor of the distinguish General admission 35 cts.. ed speakers, the ladies performing this pupils admission 25 cts.l.spoo);ireDpnig5sioH3iPlM snourea jo auir ejaidinoo task. Are made better, run lighter and last longer than ever before. Our prices are right. W. J, H0MA1TS Buy The Best Canned S That Can. o o S o a P o o o 730. o Theo. Currey. I aHSKH2WES9SSWEWKaK JSSSSSDa083Caatt8C8SSaSSSa i sSSSS4'S2&a&'gSS'SSS2al ill We are showing a SERGES great line of Men's Suits in ALL WOOL Blue Serges 1 1 $10.00 AND $15.00 House Of at $ 0.00 and $ 5.00. These suits are well made and Finely Tailored. Unequalled Values For The Price. &&&&&&&&&&$&$$$$$&$ Convince Yourself With a Look. Quality. 22BE2$SS$-3S$3O3t8O3$S0S3tf3? KJ3lSa$0330SCK JAS. $1.00 M"KMS R300aOOQeB3C82C8D5C82aCB2aCKJKB w SMITH, j$H5SisSS3aSa Rev. F. Hopkins, wife and daugh ter are holding home missionery services at the court house this Thursday and Friday night, at 7 o'clock. Lady preacher, special music and singing. No admission fee every body is cordially invited to attend. Tobacco Men Here. The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., No?ember 1, 1912. Rates For Political Announcements For or For For For For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 10.00 County Offices and District Offices.... 15.00 State 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 iine of "hotel" 05 Obituaries, per line settle whether or not the efforts of the by the high waters, and passed on down democrats shall result in failure or the Rockcastle into the Cumberland success. Record has endeavored DEMOCRATIC TICKET. heretofore The spur the democrats on to j and part of it was caught below Wait-to boro. redoubled efforts to achieve party sucFOR PRESIDENT It is said the purchasers will develop WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey cess, now it only remains to be seen in the water power at this point to prowhat those efforts will result; our duce electricity. FOR Somerset Journal next issue will chronicle the result; and THOMAS R. MARSHALL, this result depends MR "DEMOCRAT Of Indiana Patrons of the Lancaster Graded School. ON YOU, not upon the party collectiveCongress. For ly, but upon every man within the The first month passed by with no HARVEY HELM, party. Have you done your duty up to seeming inconvenience to any one. of Lincoln. this date, ask yourself the question, The parents have responded to teachers' and if your conscience cannot give a requests very generously for which we Commonwealth's Attorney For satisfactory answer, then let your ef- are all very grateful. I sometimes EMMET V. PURYEAR, forts for the few remaining days in- send a report to a parent by mail. This of Boyle. tervening between now and the elec- has, so far, proven very helpful to all tion (a tone) for your failure to do your parties concerned. I take for granted For faulty Judge. duty earlier in the campaign. There that all parents are interested in the We are authorized to announce Clay- is much yet to be done, now comes the welfare of their children and for that ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- final strggle, and you may do your reason close between ty Judge of Garrard County subject to part, may accomplish much in these parents and teachers is very beneficial. the action of the democratic party. closing days. Devote your entire enMarks are seldom as high the first We are authorized to announce ergy to seeing that not a Wilson vote month as later for the reason that if James A. Beazley as a candidate for stays at home on election day; see your they are too high it does not give the County Judge of Garrard county, sub- neighbor, and see that he in turn sees ject to the action of the Democratic his neighbor, and that each and every child any room for improvement in subsequent months. party. one of them comes to the polls and The honor roll for the first month is casts his vote and helps to roll up the as follows F Sheriff. big democratic majority which is sure - 10th Grade: Lena Schooler and Stella We are authorized to announce C. A. to come. Sanders. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of The campaign fund has not been 8th Grade: Bessie Austin, Katherine Garrard County, subject to the action what it should have been, what we Bourne, Charlie Elmore, Dalton Rich, of the Democratic party. should haye liked to have seen it, the Alexander Robinson, Harry Brown, We are authorized to announce people haye not responded to the call Sallie Cox, Nellie Cox. William Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff for funds as we should have liked to Kavanaugh, Alice Rigney, Annie Powel ef Garrard eounty, subject to the ao see them respond, there has been too and Mary Woods. tron of the democratic party. much of that feeling that "we will win 6th Grade: Florence Actqn, Mildred We are authorized to announce W. anyhow", but it is too late now to Beazley, Ruth Carrier, Val Cook, L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard speak of things which it is too late to Mary county, subject to the action of the remedy, the time has now arrived Harvey Estes, Gladys Frisbie, Lee Lear, Christine Sanders, James parly. democratic when it behooves every one of us to Siler. announce W. S. get out and assist in getting out the We are authorized 5th Grade; Bowman Grant, Mary Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of votes, in seeing to it that no demo- - Davis, Berenice ChamD, Carrie Bell Garrard county, subject to the option crats trusts to much to this sure thing i.Romans, Viviean Prather, Mitchell of the Democratic party. feeling, see that each and everyone of Tinder, Thelma Hamilton, Hubert them casts his ballot, and in tfcis man- Fothergill; Lillian Estes. Assesttr. ner success ?s doubly assured. Come 4th Grade: Sue Fisher Respass and We are authorized to announce Dave out Saturday and bring your neighbors William Embry. C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor to the speaking, he,ar ,Gov. Wilsons Christine and Stella of Gsrrard county subject to the acmessage which he has sent to the. Brown, LaYerne Djckerson, tion o the democratic ptrty. Minnie democrats all over the .country, come Jennings, Waker Robinson, and Bettie We are authorized to announce Mr. and hear the Bpeakjcrs .and Jet them put! Respass. E. B. Ray s a candidate for the Nom- a little enthusiasm into you. 2nd Grade; Paul Morrow, Gertrude ination of Assessor of Garrard County, ssbject to the action of the democratic Conn, Lula Anderson,, Johnetta Farra, party. The Political Situation In A Nutshell. Jane ijaselden, Bessie Smith, Elizabeth We sre authorized to .announce J. B. TerrfU, and RJchard I?ayis. (By M. D. Hughes.) Collier as a candidate for the nominaThe enrollment of the schoo js PQW OOSEVELT. tion for assessor of Garrard county, 307. This is much larger than w$uld EVOLUTION, subject to the action of the democratic be expected under existing conditions, ECKLESSNESS. and I am glad to say that J believe the AFT. We are authorized to announce W. work is as good as it was in theregular 'ARIFP. L. Huffman for a candidate for assessbuilding. The health is goood and wiU RUSTS. or of Garrard county subject to the continue as if scrubbing floors is con Democratic farty. fiction of the ILSON, ducive to such, EAL, We are as yet unlucky in winning a ISDOM. Fw Sckel Siperatesfat. football game of any note but we do We te authorized to announce Miss know that.there are being developed J&, Cooley Confident. Jennie Higgins as a candidate for boys' physiques that will resist the School Supecintendant for Garrard Mr. Eb. Cooley of the Union precinct ravages of disease. There are some jtounty, subject .to the action of the was in town mingling with the court boys on the team that will be heard democratic party. day crowd Monday and was in a very from in a few years on some university Fer Jafrr. jubilant humor over the almost certain team. Currey Robinson of last year's team as fullback for State helped rid"We to announce Jack election of Gov. Woodrow Wilson. dle the line of the University of LouisAdams ass.candidate for Jailer o Ga- For many years Mr Cooley has been a ville last Saturday. "Billie" Swope m rrard county, subject to the action pf "wheel horse" in democratic ranks in the Democraieparty. ius precinct, and in fact has rendered last Friday's game with Stanford jjpjendjd service to his party throughtout dropkicked a field goal and was .We are authrizojLto .announce Dave the county. He is an untiring worker instrumental in completing two 25 yd. iRoss as a candidate for Jailer pf county, subject to the actipn' of Lin the democratic cause and his efforts forward passes assisted by Ector the Democratic partv. are .always prolific ,of .good results. Lawson and Frank Tinder. We lack Those who know sajr (canfiden$y that weight but some individual stars are For Magistrate. Mr. Cooley is.slated for a good position being developed. Some people object .We. are autborizea to armpunce at Frankfort, and we sincerejy hope. "jto fcthletics but I have yet to hear of John N. White as a candidate for tms is .true, xor we Know oi no man veyy'many genuine athletes going 'Magistrate, in the first district of think "too much of their isubject-toh.Action ..of who is more deserving of recognition at wrong they j . J. L. Riley than Ec Cooley. I bodies kthe hands qfjiis jparjy fee 'democratic patty. VICE-PRESIDEN- Ed C. Gaines annual corn show Nov. to announce We are authorized FAMOUS PROPERTY SOLD WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag25. istrate in the first district of Garrard Louisville Parties Buy the Old Sublimity County, subject to the action of the Meeting Gloses. democratic partv. Springs, Once Famous Resort "Uncle Joe" Hopper closed a successful meeting at the Presbyterian We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n Will Develop the Water Power H. Estes as a candidate for church on Tuesday night, which has in the first district of Garrard been in progress for nearly two weeks. county, subject to the action of the A sale was made this week of the old The meeting was a very successful, and democratic party. Sublimity Springs property, through notwithstanding his extreme age his Mr. L. F. Hubble, of this city. This We are authorized to announce old springs was established by the late sermons were bright and interesting and large crowds were attracted to Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Dr. Graham, of Harrodsburg, who every service. Magistrate in the second district of Garrard county, subject to the action built a mill there, and afterwards a hotel. This hotel was run for years by Yice President Sherman Critically 111 At of the democratic party. Mr. Cris Pitman, who formerly was host of the old National Hotel in this His Home In Utica N. Y. We are authorized to announce Taylor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- city, that stood where the Masonic Vice President Sherman is extremely istrate in the second district of Gar- Temple and other buildings now stand, rard county, subject to the action of on north side, of square, and which in ill at his home in Utica N. Y. of heart the democratic partv. disease and kidney trouble, and while its time sheltered many noted men. no immediate cause for alarm, When Dr. Graham established his there is We are authorized to announce Davis grave apprehension is felt over his conSutton as a candidate for Magistrate mill he put forth the idea of using dition. Physicians in attendance on in the first Magisterial district of Gar- flour without bolting and from that rard county, subject to the action of mill came what we now know as "Gra- Mr. Sherman pronounce his malady a very illusive one, and do not hesitate the democratic party. ham Flour". outIn the early 80's the old mill and a to pronounce grave fears for the Next Thursday will tell the tale, will part come. the was washed away Mag-strat- e, Eflhviv- nfebtLHftlBK - JSw ill Messrs A. L. Powers and Charles Speith came down from Louisville Tuesday and in company with Billy Speith are putting in the week driving over the county inspecting the tobacco crop. Both of these gentleman are prominently identified with the tobacco warehouse business in Louisville, and both of them have made purchases in Garrard county in the past few years, and they will doubtlessly get a goodly portion of this years crop. TRAVELING MEN On WANT WILSON To The Democratic 4 Straw Vote Steamer Shows 17 For Voters Of Garrard Co Let each and every Democrat in Garrard Co., go to the polls on Nov. 5th, and vote .and see that his neighbor comes out and votes. Victory is in the air for Wilson and Marshall, tne camp fires are burning brightly from "Dan to from Main to California fiom the lakes to the Gulf. Mr. Taft says you cant trust Mr. Roosevelt that he belongs to the ananius club for he promised the people that he would not be a candidate for a third term that he is running for revenge and to disrupt the Republican party who has so faithfuly and repeatedly honored him; that he is a death bed progressive and reformer. Mr. Roosevelt says that Mr. Taft has broken faith and destroyed the people by pushing the tariff upward when he promised to push it downward that he antedated a letter to make it cover his position in the Ballinger Case. One promises now a "square deal which he did not give he people in 1 years of his Presidential term, the other promises a "square meal" which he did not give the strikers in the Lawrence strike in Mass., when it was developed before the Stanley Committee that a laborer waa supporting a family of eight on 8.00 a week and the protected manufacturer was declaring a dividend of 12 per cent and much of it on watered stock that represented no cash value. Mr. Wilson promises both a "square deal" and a Square meal" and the restoration of the Government to the people. Mr. Wilson says the people won over the Bosses at Baltimore through the admirable leadership of the matchless statesman, Hon. Wm. J. Bryan, and that the progressive policies for which Mr. Bryan has been fighting for 16 years shall be enacted into law, and the unholy and thieving trusts and corporations controlled and if necessary put behind the bars. He promises to put a stop and check to the policy of robing the pocr to enrich the already rich; to stop taking out of one mans pocket and putting into anothers by a high protective tariff. Mr. Roosevelt did nothing in 7 years to relieve the poor from an excessive tariff, and trusts and corporations multiplied faster under his administration than ever before. Mr. Taft is the only President that vetoed a bill that gave cheap clothing to the poor. We have had threp panics under republican administrations and one semi panic in 1831. We hear much of the panic of 1893 but nothing of the panics of 73 and 1907. The panic of 1892-- 3 began under Mr. Harrisons administration in 1892 and continued until Mr. Cleveland and a democratic congress gave the people relief through proper legislation. It takes Base licks to win a ball game and it takes votes to win a democratic" victory, so come out democrats and help elect Wilson and Marshall and restore the Government to the rule of the people. As an evidence that neither Mr. Taft or Col. Roosevelt are competent to run the government, Mr. Aldrich says that it should be run on three million dollars per year less than they have been running it on. Respectfully, J. R. Mount, Chairman. Ber-sheb- a" Governor And 2 For Taft. Miss Anderson Very III. T. The many friends of Miss Alberta Anderson will be grieved to know that she is critically ill at her home on Richmond street, though her condition shows some improvement today. Miss Anderson has been suffering with typhoid fever, but it was thought that the disease had run its course, and her condition was such that her nurse was dismissed. However, she took a turn for the worse and for the last few days has been in a serious condition. Final Democratic Rally. "We Want Wilson." This slogan has been adopted by the traveling men, said R. A. McGrath, of Philadelphia, who arrived in Baltimore last night. Mr. McGrath finished his territory on the Eastern Shore yester day morning and boarded a steamer at Claiborne. On the steamer he met a number of "knights of the grip" and po'itics beSome came the topic of conversation. one suggested that a straw vote be taken. Nineteen were in the party. The following was the result of the vote: 17 Wilson f Taft Roosevelt Furr. 2 0 :- Hon. Rodney Keenon of Harrodsburg and Hon Henry Breckinridge of Lexington will address the democrats of Garrard county at the court house at 2:30 p. m. Saturday, November 2d. Both of these gentlemen are good speakers and are well posted on the political situation. There will be speaking by local speakers Saturday night at Paint Lick, Buckeye and Bryantsville. All democrats are urged to come out to these speakings and participate in the final rally of the campaign. Arbor Day A Special Plea To The School Children Of The County To Observe It In An Appropriate Manner. There is no more important subject to posterity than the preservotion of i Fr 3rd-Gr- ade: R' f w Cfar--ra- rd I ty, e " v !. j our rapidly disappearing forests. Just think children, if we continue to cut our trees at the rate we are cutting them now, and make np provisions for father. replacing what we destroy, when you become.old men and women, the then coming generation will fyave no wood for any purpose whatever, not eyen for kindling, for making furniture or any other purpose. You children can prove a strong factor in remedying this evil, listen and we will tell you McCreary has issued a proclamation designating Wednesday November 13th as "Arbor day", and State Superintendent of Schools, Barksdale Hamlett, is particularly anxGrowers of What we Sell. ious that the school children of Kentucky commemorate this day in a prop- Write for free Catalogue. No Agts er and at the same lime a useful man-pe- r, by planting a rec. There is approximately 700,000 school children in H.P.Hillenmoyer & Sons, Kentucky, suppose one ,ou,t of every Iexingtpp. Kentucjcv. seven ot these should pJan.t a tree, wpyld not this be doing a great deal toward conseryjng our tjmber? po not go and sot out just any kind of a tree in any kind of ground, apd there leave it to live or die, the latter would likely be its fate. Ask the assistance of your teacher in the matter, she will be glad to assist you, choose the tree best adapted to the soil in which you propose to plant it, set it carefully, be careful to go deep enough and see that it is properly planted, then look after it every little while, see that it is protected from stock, let it grow as you grow, it will take but very little time to care for just one little tree, and when you are grown to man or womanhood, you will have a tree that you will have the pleasure of knowing that you planted and nurtured, and at the same time will be handing down something to posterity. Not only set out a tree Office Phone 31. Residence Phone for yourself but one for one of the smaller boys or the girls, so as to keep LANCASTER; KY.up the average for your school. Mrs. Arthusa Cloyd Furr, wife of Mr. Willirm H. Furr, the well known merchant of Flatwood this county, died at her home at 1 o'clock Monday morning and after funeral services bv her pastor, Rev. Beard, her remains were placed at rest in the Crab Orchard cemetery. She had been sick less than a week, was stricken last Wednesday the 23rd with pneumonia. Mrs. Furr was 39 years of age and before her marriage to Mr. Furr was Miss Arthusa Cloyd. She was born and reared in this county. The had long been a consistent member of the Baptist church and was a much beloved woman. In her home locality She will be sadly missed because of her kindly disposition and her many good qualities. Besides her husband she is survived by three small children. The Record joins with a multitude of friends in extending sympathy to the bereaved husband and 1 ' TREES how:-Govern- Fruit & Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies. Ros es Phlox, tie. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Notice To Tax Payers. The penalty will go on city taxes on November 1st. Better come in and pay them before that time and tvoid additional expense. Call at office of Judge E. Wi Harris- - and if I am not Ed C. Gaines annual corn show Nov. there Judge 'Harris will issue receipt. v ' 25." L. E. Herron. For Rent; House and lot on LexingStatement Of The Ownership, Maiage-neB- t, Mrs.' Susan Fisher. ton Street: " ' " t. CirralatioH, Etc. Of THE CENTRAL RECORD pubLexington street residence for rent, possession Nov. 1 1912 S. G". Haselden. lished weekly at Lancaster Ky., required by the Act of August 24, 1912L Desirable residence 'to rent apply to Editor, and " Managing Editor" G. ' S..G: Haselden. i -' Walker Lancaster, Ky. " Strayed to my place about 3 months "Business Manager J. E. Robinson. ago, &sbw." Owner' can have'same bv Publisher,'- ?HE CENTRAL 'REG describing property afid jbaing'for alj ;' ' " ' Q,RD, '(Incorporated.) charsres. C. talker Lancaster, Ky. Ky. AmiPros Adams: Bugkeye, J. E. Robinson Lancaster, "Ky. For Sale A splendidly jopated. CQUnr J. E. Robjnson Lancaster, Ky. try store, qne of best stand in county, Known tipndholders, mortgagees, apd, p)ean. stock about ?3,0QQ, all new and Also comfortable new dwelling adjoin? Other security holders, holding J pep Noah Bpainhower, ing. cent or more of total amount of bonds, Point Leavell, Ky. mortgages, or other securities; pone. -- r I YOU'LL FIND ...IT .z IW5 IN a n -- COLUMN. I 4 S U-14- " t ' 'I l.l-L-- 3t irs. Notice To The Public - Notice of application for parole by John Metcalf, who was convicted of murder in the circuit court of Garrard County at the August term of said court 1903, is hereby given, and all who object will notify the Prison Board in writing. Said application will be. made before the said board at its next' or second next sitting from this date. John Metcalf. This Oct 18th, 1912. 1913. 2t Average number of copieB of eacH issue of thi3 publication sold or distributed, through the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months preceding the date of. this statement. (This information is required from daily newspapers only.) 'G. C. Walker. Sworn to and subscribed before me this 9th, day of Oct, 1912. George Smith Jr., Notary Public (My commission expired Jan. 10th, l- -l r I greg;wre;HgWE;regg;iiBEsre wm ' ax ii i hi l n. iniBnnwn wiiini. n im iim 1 j na - -- ,,- - ' . ..-- .-, " "! IH I I - miffiP4 fcErjiOTr-sHA?rN'o- ir . m - mSk -t "r-a- lfepj I SPECIAL a noiseless-wi- ll sMiMJ A v":- sii flODSBgfo wrirr.nrt I J?Z? IADI1CI. s"7? m B7&. a b """ never bag. Saves miles of steps. PARLOR BED 8 You can make your cozy home as com- - SPRINGS Ranging from $2.50 to $12.50. Special $2.50, $5.00 and the Royal Blue iPs -.. .yj .;L.Trjgf y $1.00 down and $1.00 per week if you join the Hoosier Kitchen Cabinet Club. See this labor saver. GO-CAH- TS f ortable as a mansion with it. Call and see it. of all discriptions. Sulkeys, Wagons and $12.50, best out. all kinds of Children's goods. IggggMililMlIr fg (&$! Hurt EY TOBACCO & ENDORSED A ZEMO SOAP FREE AT HOME. nderson 4 h3flY(Kfiffi7ffiTffiYtoXS72?WV?i7i?si Wonderful 45&isgK ngagagagaggacsai5aasa'gsaiaaQaat&aq&3 3 wkk''-w-Wh'&- Such Proof As This Should Convince Any Declared To Be The Most Lancaster Citizen. The public endorsement of a local citizen is the best proof that can be produced None better, none stronger can be had. When a man comes forward and testifies to his addresses his friends and neighbors, you may be sure he is thoroughly convinced or he would not do so. Telling one's experience when it is for the public good is an act of kindness that should be appreciated. The following statement given by a resident of Lancaster adds one more to the many cases of Home Endorsement which are being published about Doan's Kidney Pills. Read it. fellow-citizens, Medicated Soap Known. 25-ce- nt i nun i Willi & 1111 m m COMPANY. Loose Leaf Warehouse AT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. I 1 i Plenty of floor space, 608 feet by 120 feet. Plenty of shed room for wagons. Box stalls for your horses. All modern conveniences. Highest price for your tobacco. I First Sale Tuesday, Nov., 19th, 1912. Come to see us. f ft s J. D. CLARK, Manager S8'(s With every trial bottle of I am not reading," "Do so." the wonderful Zemo for all skin af"I am not reading the Astor geneflictions, you get a free trial cake of Zemo Soap, the best medicated soap alogy which was published when that $3,000,000 baby was born." produced; also their guide book on how to care for the skin and remove all A GOOD SHOT. trace of disease. Zemo soap lathers fine, makes the hands smooth, is a dandy head wash and you will grow to depend upon it. Zemo liquid cures all skin irritations and makes children happy. Return the bottle of Zemo if you don't like it and get your 25 cents as it is fully guaranteed by druggists I everywhere, and in Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store. Zemo and Zemo Soap are prepared Frank Hibbard, Water St., Lancaster, by E. W. Rose Medicine Co , St. Louis, Ky., says: "My experience with Doan's Mo., and their guarantee is as good as Kidney Pills has been such that I do gold. . I not hesitate to advise their use. I had JV Old French Furnl.ture. weak kidneys. Their action was irregThe old French cabinet makers, ular and often painful. My back painv Him rAfu " v Jp ed me. It was then that I used Doan's like the old masters in violin making, jiff p0-- " Kidney Pills. They fixed me up in had the fashion of stamping their names on their manufactures. Today good shape. The pains left it and my a cabinet or secretaire with the name kidneys became normal." of an old French master cabinet makFirst Cowboy So the big touring For sale by all dealers. Price 50cts. er, maitre ebeniste, may bring a great car came within an inch of running n Co., Buffalo, New York, price. Such was the case a short time down your broncho. Did you take the ago when a commode signed C. C. number? sole agents for the United States. Ramember the name Doan's and Saunier, SI. E., brought in Paris $25,- Second Cowboy (displaying a piece 200. of punctured tin) You bet I did, old take no other. fellow. I took it right off at the second shot. Here it is. HIGH-O-MGifts of the Heart. Gifts from the hand are silver and A Pause In Battle. gold, but the heart gives that which That's the Proper Way io Let deadly bullets cease to fly, A truce to clashing- steel. neither silver nor gold can buy. To Not Interested. "What are you reading these days?" "Oh, first one book and then another. I'd much rather tell you what & rFXXttVrrrrs SAsyiSi&jAS vmavjcji x&jX&xpxp$g, tYttirsvrFi SS & a 9 LOOK! Now is the time to get your i gg TIT SWffi?'2' WJS 8 Jl. I I I m WINTER COAL .dllf in before prices advance m g again. P I Have the BEST. See me. S B sf m Foster-Milbur- H. 6. BftlLEY. (mmmjmmmBm ROIINT. &mBmmmm0Bmm. E. Made First 40 Years Ago Been First Ever Since mttmmmmBmmmmmm J, That's the history and the record on which has been established the priceless reputation of Mastic Paint "The Kind That Lasts" H ness, full of sympathy, full of help- Famous Catarrh Remedy ful hope, causes one to carry with from Australian him blessings of which he is himself Made as unconscious as a lamp is of its Eucalyptus and Other An own shining. Such a one moves on human life as stars move on dark seas tiseptics-Jus- t Breathe It. to bewildered mariners; as the sun wheels, bringing all the seasons with IT BANISHES CATARRH him from the south. Beecher. R. E. McRoberts & Son is authorized to refund purchase price to any dissatisfied customer. Complete outfit, HAIR HEALTH $1.00; extra bottle, 50c. II You be full of goodness, full of cheerful- Pronounce HYOMEI, the "One minute needed," Is the cry "To fix another reel." When I ask you to insure with me, I do not say, "Insure with me because I used to go to school with you" I do not say, "Insure with me, because we attend the same I do not say, "Insure with me, because cur party affiliations are the same." I do not say. "Insure with me, because I have the largest agency" But I do say, "Insure with me, because I can place your business with the oldest and most liberal companies in the country at the same price ybu are paying for protection in an inferior company. MY SELLING Wanted to Be In on It. Say, mamma, father broke this vase before he went out. My beautiful majolica Mother vase! Wait till he comes back, that's Son all. Son May I stay up till he does? Fllegende Blatter. church." F Office Citizen National Bank. P. Frisbie, Lancaster, Kentucky. Have Scalp or Hair Trouble, Take Advantage of This Offer. We could not afford to so strongly endorse Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and continue to sell it as we do, if it did not do all we claim it will. Should our er.thusi-acarry us away, and Rexall "93" Hair Tonic not give entire satisfaction to the users, they would lose faith in us add our statements, and in consequence our business prestige would suffer. We assure you that if your hair is beginning to unnaturally fall out or if you have any scalp trouble, Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is without question the best remedy we know of to eradicate dandruff, stimulate hair growth and prevent premature baldness. Our faith in Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is so strong that we ask you to try it on our positive guarantee that your money will be cheerfully refunded if it does not do as we claim. Two sixes, 50cts. and $1,00. Sdld only at our store The Rexall Store. R. E. McRoberts &. Son. m Mastic Paint gives a hard, glossy, durable finish impossible to secure with keg lead and oiL Won't crack, peel, or chalk off. Ask our dealer in your town for book of suggestions and color chart. Manufactured by Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Incorporated Co. illXEDPAlNfl Louisville, Ky. Takes Advice. Squire Briggs James, why do you suppose that old hen persists in laying in the coal yard? James Your honor, sir, I think she He Couldn't Work Her. While a Jewel City girl was selling has seen the advertisement on the tickets for the picture show, a man barn, "Now is the time to lay in your coal." Judge. called for tickets and pushed in a gold piece to pay for them, but Hard to Live Down. the girl shoved it back. The man in"Bilkins seems to have done very sisted it was money all right, but the girl informed him that he couldn't well since leaving college." "That's so. And he started out unwork her, and he didn't. He had to go out and borrow a dime. There are der a handicap, too." "What was that?" plenty of Kansas youngsters who "Why, he was the first honor man of never saw a gold piece. Kansas City his class." Star. five-doll- ar m III Flagged Train With Shirt. A Bad Color Scheme. NT Tour 1912 4b X Why Salves Can't Cure Eczema Since the s troubles but none that we can recomtheory of eczema through the blood has been mend as highly as this we given up by scientists, many different D.D.D. stops the itch for once.know that We just at salves have been tried for skin diseases. want you to give D.D.D. a trial. That will But it has been found that these salve, be enough to prove it. only clog the pores and cannot penetrate Of to the inner skin below the epidermis D.D.D. course all other druggists it have you Prescription go to them where the eczema germs are lodged. can't come to us but don't accept some This the quality of penetrating probably explains the tremendous suc- bisr profit substitute. our store, we are come to if cess of the well known liquid eczema so But tain you what D.D.D. will do for you cei of remedy, oil of winteween. thymol, we offer full etc, as compounded ' in D.D.D. that guarantee: you ayou dosize bottle on not find that this If Prescription. it takes away the Itch AT ONCE, It "We nave sold other remedies for skin costs you not a cent. ' ' R. E. McRoberts & Son. ed cur-In- cly-cerin- e, t- - 4 .A. Clever Idea of Thieves. method of robbing hotels is exposed in the German papers. Two young men of excellent appearance are moving about Germany, staying at the best hotels in the leading holiday resorts. After dinner one of them amuses the hotel guests with songs, pianoforte solos and anecdotes, thus keeping the majority of them in the drawing room, while his companion ransacks the private rooms for money and valuables. An up-to-da- Tearing his shirt from his back an Ohio man flagged a train and saved it from a wreck, but H. T. Alston Raleigh N. C, once prevented a wreck with Electric Bitters. "I was in a terrilbe plight when I began to use them," he writes, "my stomach, head, back and kidneys were all badly affected and my liver was in bad condition, but four bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man." A trial will convince you of their matchless merit for any stomach liver or kidney trouble, price 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. No "I don't like the color of some of our legislative traditions." "In what way?" "Because we had blue laws when we were green, it ought not to follow that we must keep them In black and white." HOPE YET. A visitor at a seaside boarding house Suffragette Views. went into the local postofflce and, seeking to draw the postmaster Into conversation, asked him what his views were as to suffragettes. "Hain't got no views of that kind," replied the postmaster, "but we've got some fine postcard views of the new viaduct, the Baptist church, and the new library. Want to look at 'em?" London Tit-Bit- s. TAXES are now past due. Pc-ra- Please call Roots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES dbbbbV Stomach Sufferers Nothing Unless Cured A Pay Horan Yes, the poor lad's glttln Porto Rico's New Wonder. along purty welL From far away Porto Rico come reBut I thought ye said he Postal will bring Trial Treatment and a ports of a wonderful new discovery was mortally injured. Horan. So he is, but his hurtB ain't that is believed will vastly benefit the History of Famous People, people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Barce-lonet- quite as mortal as they thought at a, and settle same at once and thus save further cost and trouble. j9& CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N The Cowtoy Herbalist ORIGINATOR OF CHETEHKE REMEDIES B according., to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-MooThe Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed, in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write COM-CEL-SAB, Compounded, n, MI-- 0 NA Stomach Tablets surely do end all indigestion and stomach misery and to prove it we will send a treatment, an interesting booklet, and tell you exactly how ts banish all stomach trouble and put your stomach in fine I101M Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N & SCIOCE WE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky shape or not a cent to pay. Just say letter "Send me and free trial treatment of you will never be sorry address Buffalo, N. Y. R. E. Booth's McRoberts& Son guarantees them. on a postal or in a MI-O-N- A Mi-o-n- a; King's New first Discovery is doing splendid work here. What He Deserved. It cured me about five times of terrible Because ha thought coughs and colds, also my brother of a Ha knew It all, "Wo chuckled when. severe cold in his chest and more than We saw him fait 20 others, who used it on my advice. -i We hope this great medicine will yet be Delightful; Camgalgnlna sold in every drug store in Porto.Rico."1 "Pretty wqnaen, campaign la EngFor throat and lung troubles there is land." As to hawf nothing better. A trial, will convince ' "Giving kisses for Totes." you of its merit. 50c & $1.00. Trial "Um. I must admit that England bottle free. Guaranteed- by R. E. U ahead of us la some things." McRoberts & Son. writes "Dr. z - G. T. I Ballard J 1-- m Sheriff Garrard County. Jt 4 nsri ljaas.1 t "- - . 9 ilililllMllIliiil!lll!iliiiiiiili mmmm&:irm i.i i li s null iJiii :illi! IIP If i'ili-'- i i!l ! ! iiii'i'iiii!!;: ;i I It'lllllll' i.:i I i!!i1 ; ill ifllli I WSruIy: imKuctiwtf ". Pt3lfcr li! m Si! !!:i;il E i v II I fcliliiliiW iiill It twiiil a ji N lMYANTSVlLLE Mr. W. C. Rose was in Lexington Wednesday on business. Miss Kate Patton, of Richmond has been the guest of friends here. Mrs. Cobb of Jessamine, has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Cobb. Mrs. E. H. Ballard sold a bunch of hogs to Mr. V. A. Lear for 7J cents. Dr. Stallings, of Cincinnati was the week end guest of Miss Lillie Leavell. Mrs. Cartes Sellers, of Jessamine, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Harvey If SBaiBVrT.'KMaft BEVENT GfiiOSiSSA Every year thousands upon thousands of farmers lose their hog3 with cholera. Ycu can save your hoo-from this dread disease if you vill begin a once and give them s Lff& Stories Jo? Women About ClothesNo. 3 I Vk Tirfta 1i V V A. &.& f.T"'.'' J mM ai&&AkiL!S. VK Cannot S&M . fl BOURBON EGG GHOLEBA REMEDY Use it in the food and drink and your hog3 vill never have the cholera. Don't wait until they get sick. Begin giving your hogs this medicine now. It is the only remedy in the world sold under a Guarantee Bond to prevent and cure hog cholera. Deane. Mrs. Margaret Parr, of Lebanon, Ind. is visiting her sister, Mrs. Fanny Bryant. There's a claosic old Joke about the way to tell a toadstool from a mushroom, "Eat k ii you die it wasn't a raiohrcoHi,: You may cmile at that bv.i do not thousands of women apply the same. si? I'll hi u ! Mrs. Hogan Ballard has been visiting her mother Mrs. H. L. Elder, at Nich-olasvill- e. "TKtfmP XI Miss Mayme Lee Ballard is at home after a visit with friends in Louisville and Lexington. Dr. E. H. Pearce will fill his regular appointment at the Methodist church next Sunday night. Mr. Dan King, of Cincinnati has been spending several weeks with his sister Mrs. J. C. Williams. Mr. Thomas Dunn, returned last week from a visit to relatives in Denver, Col. and Missouri. Mrs. J. H. Peters and daughter, Miss Sallie of Mackville were week end guests of Mrs. C. C. Becker. Mrs. W. J. Hogan has returned from a three week's visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk, of Lexington. Mr. Will Hopper, the new assistant i C &3frf' I K 'JTJL. KrG.lSl''v.,t?7Bn?Vff i ifAi! .VI"--V'JiStjrflW 52? TStZftk 7-. ,' 5 1 f jmm.i&r&H. S?i EPIs?igb& ci.ST4?sr', . ii: , sMi u; ilS'l XT S principle to buying clothes? all-wo- ol What method have you for teliinc whether or not the suit or coat you buy ia made frco cloths or is properly tailored ? Havo you any other tect than to vcar it -- and if it docs not keep its shape, learn tec late that it vaa pot properly made ? frX'N W it m.k HESEJS THE BOG BOURBON REMEDY CO., BEAD TMS LETTER m ! wsi li P) 1 lo make a mistake in their expenditure izi' clothes. The difference between a thoroughly, carefully tailored suit, and one that is carelessly .tailored is this: rall-ivo- There are very few women who can afFord' V l& .r properly tailored suit, made from cloths, trill give at least two. d seasons full satisfaction. A J f -- t ?, -- - Yf' Ar . i ; m . lit W :,s;ttys. - i .1 fcj- - - jt i , .r. "iy'ir ir Jf cashier of the Bank of Bryantsville, spent Sunday with relatives at Harrods burg. Mrs. W. T. Wooifolk and daughters, Misses Anna Lee and Marguerite, of Lexington visited Mrs. Eliza Ballard last week. Mr. B. F. Jennings of Danville, and his son. Mr. Benjamin Jennings, Jr. of 111. have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. l. Lexington, Ky. "Enclo3ed find photo cf a hog that wes cured of cholera with yoar Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy. The hog was almost dead before using this medicine and then was entirely cared except the loss of ears, tail, etc. The hog is owned byMr. Skilea Evring, Bowling Green, Ky. He will be glad to give you a testimonial and we can get several mors if you want them." JENKINS-SDBLETDROG CO., Bowling Green, Ky. T OeAlANTEEB OS HONEY BACE This wonderful remedy is also guaranteed to prevent worms, thumps, scours and ali liver disorders. It regulates the bowels, aids digestion and causes hogs to fatten quickly. Use it and get your money back if you don't find it the best hog remedy made. The carelessly tailored suit) cr one made from cotton mixtures, tvill give ar.ytvh:rs, from a few iveehs to a fetv months cf near-- i ; "v it n. m iV f t vV J satisfaction cr of positive disappointment. The woman who cannoi: afford to make a mistake must have some certain guide to her choice. W e have given it to her. If she buys a suit, coat or "skirt with the Wooltcx label in it, she is perfectly safe. M. p H 1 t l. Sam Haseldon. Work on the new residence of Mr. J. Williams is being rapidly pushed forward, so as to be finished by January When completed it will be one of the most beautiful homes in this vicinity. 1 COSTS ONLY FIVE CENTS PER MONTH FOR EACH HOG NOTICE: This Is the remEdy thsy are all trying to imitate. Beware of imitations! Ask yonr drudilst for Bourbon Ho Cholera Remedy end accent none but BOURSON. SOLD BY HASELDEN BROS., LANCASTER. KY. ? r'ii I - THE DOCTOR'S QUESTION i Much Sickness Dae lo Bowel Disorders. WOOLTEX GARMENTS are guaranteed for two fuU seasons'' wear. ' l ifWOOLTEX GARMENTS are made from pure wocI. fabrics only. rrWOOLTEX TAILORING is the very best that American tailors (the best in the world) know how-t- o give. I I I in t5 ifcv "SM I 1'4j ';v 1 Iff;, :f, I J B i I '601 -- them for yourself. Exclusive, Makers of Wooltex Garments distinctive, refined, elegant. All that the woman of discrimination and taste can desire with all the qualities of serviceability demanded by the woman of limited means. Wooltex prices are moderate. Let us snow you die supremevalue they give.; &nd see WOOLTEX STYLES well, come" l A doctor's first question when consulted by a patient it, "are your bowels regular?" He knows that ninety-eigper cent of illness is attended with inactive bowels and torpid liver, and that this condition must be removed gently and thoroughly before health can be restored. Rexall Orderlies are a positive, pleasant and safe remedy for constipation and bowel disorders in general. We are so certain of their great remedial value that we promise to return the purchaser's money in every case when they fail to produce entire satisfaction. Rexall Orderlies are eaten like candy, they act quietly and have a soothing, strengthening, healing influence on the entire intestinal tract. They do not purge, gripe cause nausea, flatulence, excessive looseness, diarrhoea or other annoying effect. They are especially good for children, weak persons or old ht THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. I Capita? $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Prcs'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, Safsty Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Paent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. I II III 'Ml II Ill I M M I II II Copyright 1912 The H. Black Co.. folks. Two sizes, 25c. and 10c. Sold only at our store-T- he Rexall Store. R. E. McRoberts &. Son. She Sized Him Up. 'msmimMmtMMjmmmim r iDiiriey AGftacco irowers BoosS Your Owia Brands fTPS ! I A. B. ROBERTSON & BEO. I mm ' ' ' DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. We, as yoi know, are u.Injr yonr choicest tobacco in the brands of Slr::er Bro.' Branch, and yon hno'.v that ncbody jjrows better tobacco than you do. You know how- - we manufacture, so you know that these brands arc perfection. Now we want you to help us sell these brands this year even better than oar beht previous years. The reasons you should so help are as follows: ' You Ars Part Owner mnmjfjjjMgttiiiitti(3 " ." .i - '. 'iff ,,' .Hi. j ii J uiisninMiti'iW''"tji'ml BUENA V18TA during the fifty nine years of wedded life had been separated from his companion Mr. .and Mrs. Frank Bogie of Fayette hav.e b,een visiting Mrs. Elizabeth Ison. Miss Elizabeth Pettus of Somerset, a t.eafiher at Burgin will be a week end guest of Miss Florence Christopher. but two weeks. Mrs. Christop- her waB a kind hearted sweet tempered Woman and a devoted mother. Funeral services conducted by Dr. Pierce and interred in the Harmony cemetery. "I hoped you bad more," replied Miss Hart "It takes nine to make a man," "I have three tailors," said Cecil. Tiie fact tint 'ou jpov the tobacco makes you part owner of all the.ebraii6N. Kvery time that or.j rels yon profit. Every word tYit you s:. m favor .t any helps to increase tnu.u s lies. Every brand that you buy for your own uo helps make those profits bitter. All our interests your interests and ours are pooled in these several tobaccos. It is loic that you shoul.i bend all of your efforts, however small, in the selling. steadv indirectly mafe more. (Jet them for Stfater Itrs." Branch Brands i:ie brands that ytw grow for by using thesebrandsyourself. m,0CO 10.-Gfl that they see the most Smokers and chewers fiocl: to brasds peopfcr &uyi:. Tell Every Friend Tell your friends of these bratnk. Tell them what you knov of the tobacco. Tell them you grow it and smoke and chcut it yourself, so you know. Tell them it comes from Ke'ntucky. from the center of the richest Hurley sections. Let them know it's the cream of your crops and that they can buy these brands frwn 'most any dealer, because dealer: know that these brands are the best they can buy. Burley trowers should bo Burlsy Coolers end the best Wat to boost is to BU YBnrI.- YOUR OWN BRANTS-YCUR3EI.F Jhree Balls Problem. The United Power of 40,000 Buyers there results a gigantic sa'e. ond big sales are the bebt advertising known. 40,000 men in a sction wield an enormous buying influence. If all ask for these brand's when they buy tobacco ... epmFZJ JRobet Ruble .entertained very pleasantly .Friday evening. A number of young ladies from Buckeye were in ,atteqdance. -- No More Gray Or Faded Hair. Women and men who use PARISIAN. .John Naylpr are rejoicing oyer the .arrival of a little Sage can be sure their hair will never daughter on he 24th. urn gray. .Christened 1 They interlock .anjj overlap each other in such a way that the Nellie Geneyj. PARISIAN .Sage will preserve the hardest driving rain or enow cannot sift under them. News was received hjere Sunday of .natural color of the hair; stop it from will They're also Wont pulsate or .rattle in the sudden death of Mr. Jack Saddle a becoming faded and lifeless, and by last cslonna the building, end never need resairs. formea resident of this place, but re- nourishing the hair root give to the hair a lustre and radiance that compels Apply to Local Coatraeiors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia cently of Jessamine. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Christopher wer,e PARISIAN Sage stops falling hair; in Lexington last week attending the banishes dandruff; makes the scalp funeral of Mrs. Christopher's father. clean and free from itchiness and proMr. Benj. McCann who is known here. motes growth a of heavy hair. Large bottle 50 cents at dealers everyMrs. Thos. Brown, who has been at he bedside of her mother left Satur where. Sold by R. E. McRoberts & B. P. HUO60N, President J. S. JOHNSO yixje PPAt. day for her home in Indiania, stopping Son on money back if dissatisfied plan, ORGANIZED 1883. qr,a.dayor two with relatives at Lex- Getting to the Front. The man who wishes to get to the The Jsad n,ejys of tlje sudden death of her husband in New York was received front must not spend too much time OP LANCASTER, KY. by Mrs, Johp J?augherty just after the turning to see what the men back of doing. burial of her mother last Wednesday. him are CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. The body was brought tp Lexington W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. A Great Building Falls and interred there Monday. The whole community extend sympathy to this when its foundation is undermined, and W. O. Higney, jLas't Cashfr. ,J. J. Walker, Jb double bereaft woman and little son. if the foundation of health good digeA number from here attended the stionis attacked, quick collapse fol burial services. Business; Solicit ed. Prompt Attention. lows. On the first signs of indigestion, Mrs. Thomas Christopher died last Dr. King's "New Life Pills should be Monday night at her home near here. taken to tone the stomach and regulate J. S. Jobnsen,tB. F. Hudson, J. J.fWKcr, T. ,M. Apiold, S.tL. Gibba She had raised a family of nine children liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleasant, j Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. fc all of whom are living. Much sympa- - easy, safe and only 25 cents at R. E. ' ' thy is extended to the husband who McRoberts & Son. t r ' i I" " t $!$, and Mrs. wnd-storm- s. rs-pro- 1mm tlWA "Winkle I wish I knew some way of hanging up my clothes. Nodd I wish I knew some way of getting mine out after I have hung 'em know Tn rifnlpVi .i Dealers throushont the United States brands. these famous tobaccos, i'hCy are NatJun-wid- e sellers popular They are helpine these dealers to prosper. They aro made from the pick of the famous crops ot 40.000 grower-.- . Every one of these Growers is boost. ns them all. So are all of their friends. This method Is urJnsinjr the profits to dealers to those who sell these brands. Are they working for you EN GLOW-PEN- NY POST-FU- LL Hers are the mild, fraerant tmokins PAY. BY YS Here are the delicious cbewins JOE WORK -- ON NATURAL LEAF. Put them into your stock. See how they selL brani3-GOLDbrands-IJOCX-TW!ST-CUP-DATHESQUARE-TORCKLIGHT-STRATER'S STRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY, Incorporated, Louiiville, Ky. (2) up. ' KCEGEassac Ever Been There? Look To Te We Citizens National Bank Future 1 J aswell as the preseur. You don't ajwayg ex pect to have a small business. Then prepare yourself for a big one. Open an account at the ' gook-Keepe- r. Garrard Bank & Trust -- I 1-- m "I saw you at the play last night Enjoy it?" "No. Woman In front wore a chanticleer hat Man next seat kept tuna with his feet" . Co., and get used doing business as big business is done, Besides an account here is a money saver in many ways A check costs you only two cents to mail. What does it cost you to send the cash? The Garrard Bank & Trust Company CI v -- " V v.. jp. sJr--i 3rta&Jss2Tisr33L&rmta7m2i I Sl "BJff nificent Array Of You should see the fasinating display of Exquisite Silk Novelties Exclusive Suit Patterns Many Novelty Suitings. Staple, Woolen and Dress Fabrics. Plain and Fancy Silks, Velvets and Trimings. i r Dress Fabrics ALL MEANS BUY THEM IF 'YOU HAV FUES TO GET, BY. HIGH-GRAD- E WW. i On Friday and Saturday we wiil have on display an enormous stock of FURS and SELECTED SKINS made to our order in all the newest styles. It will pay you well to see this big showing before you buy. Do not overlook our beautiful line of Ladies Foot Wear. i surm iinm rn n it tit iin"i in The Joseph 1 n ercantile Company. hi Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. mr n 1 4i Or Mis3 Hallie Royston is visiting suffering an attack from the friends at Burgin. after 9 prevailing epidemic, influenza. Mr. Joe Neviu3 has been visiting his mother, Mrs. Mattie Nevius of Stanford. Mrs. M. D. Hughes has returned M? M? from a pleasant stay with Mr. and Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie is visiting Mrs. R. E. Hughes in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Price of DanA Brief Mention of (he Comings and tt! Mr. F. H. Pierce of Louisville has ville. Goings by Those Ws Arc Ir.terestsd In, returned home after a visit with his Mrs. W. F. Champ and Mrs. R. P. "ji'tajfi irn.';jgyiiiJAsagcs iT'iTrw"iv it sister Mrs. Oscar Ray at Buckeye. Gregory were in Crab Orchard last Mrs. Farr has returned to her home Sunday. Mrs. Mollie Dobbyns of Danville is in Indiana after a visit to Mrs. John Mr. B. F. Hudson is still confined to the guest of Mrs. R. L. Elkin. Ballard and daughter Miss Marie his room with an obstinate case of Mr. King Prewitt og Louisville is the Ballard. grippe. guest of Miss Jeane Dickerson. Rev. R. R. Noel of Stanford, is visitMrs. Elizabeth Denny leaves the last Miss Ella Thompson of Danville is of the week to make a visit to. her ing his daughter, Mrs. J. B. Woods of the guest of Miss Hallie Brown. sister, Mrs. Margrret Pearson, of Paint Lick. Lightest Draft Spreader Mrs. Henry Wallace is in Lexington Harrodsburg. Roller Bearing Throughout. Mrs. W. S. Carrier and children have with her sister Mrs. Wm. Denton. Colonel Bennett H. Young Democratic been visiting Mr. Green Bowling and Made. Let us show you its many good points before Dr. V. S. Elkin and Mrs. Elkin left speaker here on Court Day, was guest wife at Marcellus. you buy. Monday for their home in Atlanta. of honor at a dinner at the home of of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Hubble Quick Reverend Bronston Rav of Texas is Captain J. A. Doty, Somerset are guests of Senator and Complete line of Heating and Cooking Stoves. here for a visit to Garrard relatives. Mrs. J. B. Paxton and little son James Mrs. R. L. Hubble. Set of ware free. best on earth. Meal Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker and Mr. Miss Annie Center of Danville is have returned to their home in Stanford after a visit to Mrs. Paxton's mother and Mrs. Lewis L. Walker motored to visiting Miss Fannie and Bettie West. Mrs. Alex Robinson. Lexington last Suuday. Mrs. Portman, of Liberty, has been Miss Ella Thompson of Boyle county Mrs. Herbert Gulley and little visiting her sister, Mrs. R. B. Wilker-soand Mrs. Hayden Leavell of Garrard daughter of Lexington are guests of have been in Preachersville visiting Mr. and Mrs. David Ross. Mrs. Bowling of East Bernstadh is Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thompson. Mrs. E. L. Owsley is making a visiting her daughter Mrs. W. S. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Robinson gave a protracted stay with friends in Louisville Carrier. iimrBaiBirtiBpi ri) Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hill of McCreary handsome course dinner at their country Lexington and Nicholasville. were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J.- home complimentary to their son, B. F. Mrs. R. H. Batson and little daughter Robinson and his bonny bride. 7Q (T. Ranev. Cecil have returned from a visit to Mr. George B. Harris, travelling Mrs. J. N. Hilton in Stanford. Misses Helen Patterson and Margaret passenger agent for the Wabash R. R. Risque left Monday for a visit to friends Mrs. Charlotte Warren of Stanford was the guest of his parents, Judge whether you are to USE a Flour made from in Nicholasville. has been visiting her sisters, Mrs. P.D. and Mrs. E. W. Harris Sunday. Gill and Miss Jennie Duncan. Mr. John A. Glenn of Lexington was Mr George A Brown gave a sumptuous the guest of Miss Bessie Brown SaturMessrs John N. Ross and S. M. dinner at their country home comday and Sunday. Turner leave next week for Arkansas plimentary to Reverend Frank Talmage Miss Edna Ballew of Richmond was and Mrs. Talmage, of New Mexico. for a few weeks deer hunting. or one made from Cheap Wheat with all its the guest last week of Misses Lucy and Col. L. F. Hubble of Rockcastle W. B. Burton and Miss Helen Gill Tommie Francis. impurities. Our Springs is in Lancaster for a few days and Clay KaufFman and Miss Letty Mrs. Ben Lear of Paint Lick, has May McRocerts motored to Lexington the guest of friends and relatives. oeen visiting Mrs. Uivens Terrill on Monday to Miss Mary Cottrell of Lancaster witness an interesting play. Richmond Avenue. spent Sunday and Monday with her Mrs. Mattie Duncan left Monday to Miss Norma Elmore has returned from sister Mrs. J. T. Askins of Wilmore, attend the State Sunday School Con- Ky. a visit to her aunt, Mrs. William Mills vention at Paducah, and to extend her of Mercer county. is made from pure WHEAT by Scientific MinMisses Joan Mount and her attractrip to Cairo, Illinois, to visit a friend. Airs. S. A. Walker and pretty little tive visitor, Miss Charlotte Mount and The Reverend Bell of Nicholasville ing. We have added a COAL YARD and can Mr. Geo. B. Harris were in Lexington daughter, have been visiting Mrs. Joe will preaeh a trial sermon at the Monday. Arnold in Richmond. at sell you some of the best quality of Coals Presbyterian church here next Sunday Reverend and Mrs. Talmage have Mlss.Katie Lee Denny is at home, with the probability of receiving a call low Prices. Your orders are appreciated. visit to Mrs. Roy Asa to the pastorate of the Lancaster returned to their home in New Mexico alter a Haynes at Hillsboro, Ohio. after a pleasant stay with Garrard membership. relatives. Mrs. Rosa Hopper Bruce, of Perry-villDr. B. Ramsey and Mrs. Ramsey came Monday on a visit to her have been guests of Mesdames McCor-mac- k Mrs. I. S. Dunn and little daudhter cousin, Mrs. Terrill Layton. and Ramsey on Danv lie Avenue Laura Phejlips Dunn pfj Lexington are Mr. Henry Parish, Mrs. Parish and and zealous attendant at the Reverend with Mrs. Djinn's parents Mr, and Mrs, children of Cynthiana have taken Joseph Hopper revival at the Presby- J0. Df Galley. MfgMMUSMi rooms at the Simoson House. terian church. Miss Mattie Lee Hubble. an,d. brother, Mr. Logan Hubble have made a recent visit to Lexington in. their hand-m "A ,"' m m . ftk ST Ttt 'fcfc iTali 'ffciafi some new motor car. Mr. W. S. Ferguson of Covington is here for a few days looking after his farming interests and will remain Any until after the election. THE SUCCESS rJgdE23ZZEBCi Mr. M. D. Hughes is recuperating I I p 20p!2 lOS sip ; Mrs. Ada Kinnaird was the winner the handsome portierre curtains raffled off by Miss Helen Robinson. KTic t m.:n rpnMH.. r Tn:- t :t- - ...u is suffering with typhoid fever is reported as being very much improved. Drs. J. B. Kinnaird and J. M. Acton are in Louisville this week attending the meeting of the Kentucky State Medical Association. Richard V. Anderson has returned from a stay at French Lick Springs. Ind. where he went to recuperate following an operation for appendicitis. Dr. W. S. Elkin and Mrs. Elkin of Atlanta were here at their old home at the time of their Silver Wedding anniversary, Saturday, October 26th, and while there was no formal observance because of a recent bereavement, a family reunion of near relatives and friends to some extent was arranged commemorating the hanpy event of 25 years ago; Mrs. Elkin, still exceedingly handsome notwithstanding the passage of a quarter of a century, surprised her beloved home circle by appearing in her full bridal attire even to veil and other accessories; numerous telegraphic messages and gifts were n received by this popular and Atlanta couple. At the home of her father, Mr. J. H. Kennedy, at 5:30 o'clock Saturday morning, Mrs. Annie Stagner, of this city, and Mr. Calvin E. Galloway, of Paint Lick, were joined in wedlock's holy bonds, Dr. E. B. Barnes, of the Christian church, performing the ceremony-Theleft on the 6:20 train for Frankfort and Lexington, where they spent Saturday and Sunday, returning at night to the home of Mrs Clara Doty Trav-lo- r, on Second street, where they are now at home to their friends. The bride, who is an exceedingly pretty and popular lady, was very handsome in a traveling suit of light blue. The groom is a prosperous and prominent tobacco man of Paint Lick and is well known in this city. The happy pair have the best wishes of their many friends, including the editors of their home paper. Richmond Climax. well-knowy j Wanted: To buy 10,000 bushels mil-let seed, send sample, Jas. D. Shelby, Junction City, Ky. .- of r ax-i- i. k J safl I Sale OF FARM AND TOWN PROPERTY at Xirksville, Ky. Rnge, On account of continued bad health. I will sell to the highest and best bidder at Kirksville, Kentucky, on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912 my farm on Paint Lick, creek 1$ miles from Kirksville. This farm is well improved and will grow Burley tobacco to perfection. The farm is too well known to need further description. Any one desiring to look at the farm can do so prior to the day of sale. I will also at the same time and place J. R. Mount, Son Co n. sell my CORN MILL AND HAGAN GASO- gjiiirSBiiiSeilMBiSHiaiHiSHi I You fire To Decide Wheat - Clean, Wholesome Glen III Milling ten-day- s' j: e, Garrard I. I UUi llJlJlfSlMjlllJillfSlliSili 'rtlfc Bi J m 4 Take You Beam Miss Anne Belle Burnside,. of Lancaster, Ky., was the honored guest at a prettily planned dance Friday evening given by Mrs J. V. Arnold at her home. Halloween motifs with yellow chrysanthemums made a bright and colorful setting for the dancers. The entire lower floor of the house was thrown open and the lights in the rooms were shaded with yellow. Ices were served and also sandwiches and chocolate by Miss Esther Wood, Miss Lucile Doerr and Miss Annie Katheriao Arnold. Mrs. Charles Doerr assisted the hostess in entertaining. The list of those, present vncludes the following: Miss Eleuxage- Rossiter, Miss Hazel Doerr,. Misa Mary Turner, Miss Bettie Gjlnwre, Miss Edna Hovt, - like from our good ones. timber piles. No need to spend time in look v Dr. R. L. Pontius left Thursday for Lexington where he will asume the duties of his new position at the K.en.tucky Experimental Station, - ing'for' The Ladies Missionary Society will 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. t IC I I l Ml Lancaster Lumber Wg Go. I I jj Mpi 8 Kcr MKL Tfieon!)rBakingPowi!F(nai5 frflmtofllfiranBf bam nf Tartar Powder W AbsoMelyPure ' jgjt m(L HeallSiful meet aa the Presbyterian church Mon day Novemder 4 at 3 P. M. All the members are urged to be present. Gregory goes to Mrs. Parker Madison county today to bid gop-b- y to her mother, Mrs. Sallie Saybuni who will spend the winter m Missouri. Miss Dqve B. Harris of Danville was Miss Ceraldwe- McCormick, Miss Kath-erin- e McCarty, Miss Ethel Matthews, , MJS3 Frances Bailey, Miss Quida Miss Anderson and Mr. Joseph Hodges. Mr. J. B. Gilbert, Mr. Kendall Lahman, Mr. Robert McCarty, Mr. Knox Fitzpatrick, Mr., John Donaldson, Mr. Allen Pierce Mr. Will Lewis, Mr. Palmer TJhpraas, Mr. Belling Clary., Mr. Rptert McPherson, Mr. Charles. "Madden, Mr. Virgil Wallace Mr, Por ter Wallace, Mr. Naff, Mr. George Harris and Mr. Doz,ier, Arnold. Birmingham News,. Wilr-liams- LINE ENGINE all complete and as good as new; aIso one pair of Pitless Stock and Wagon Scales. I will then sell the vacant lot on which is located said mill and scales. I will then sell my RESIDENCE PROPERTY -where I now live, and which is too weir known to need any description. The property is known as the Dr. Middle-to- n property and contains about 5 acres of land and on it a good dwelling and a y good store building all necessary out buildings, ice house, which has plenty of ice in it now, and a bant adjoining built to hold two acres of tobacco. This property is centrally located in the village of Kirksville with plenty of shade and water and the house is fitted with modern water works, the water being pumped from a cistern in the rear of the house by a gasoline engine. We have a fine school building and and the facilities for education will be first class. Those having children will do well to investigate and attend this sale. Terms made known on day of sale. At the same time and place Dr. H. C. Pope will sell his HOUSE AND LOT where he now lives. The lot contain? about 4 acres and is the best known property in Kirksville. It is known as the EJliott Institute property and on it is one- of the finest building sites in this part of the country, in full view of the new school building and only a short distance therefrom. Lock well to your interests, good people, and be on hand on day of sale. These sales will begin between the hours of 10 and 11 o'clock A. M., on Friday, November 15, 1912. Remember the date and be on hand. Terms made known on day of sale. two-stor- JAS. R. HENRY aid H. C. Pope. Kirksville, Ky. Iiolera Hosts F"! Hogs MILLIONS OF VDOLLMS every year to poultry and hog raisers. Last year thousands of were saved from cholera and other diseases during the hot weather by the use o and Poultry -- Be Moderate. summoneitotne bed sjde' q her nigqe. Thursday, night is Hallow-een- . Mss Alberta Anderson.,, who has been This, yery ill of tyrJhjo'i"4 feyer' later In years gone by Lancaster people have report ar.e that ahey & improving. suffered great inconvenience and in jfflg Prtveatlw bt The Create CJMtera Kam 3&f wtiliiwmiivj iiwr yyW I Mrs. Brcathe-- Brown gave an elaborate oourse dinner in honor of Reverend and Mrs. Talmage of New Mexino. Around the festal board were gathered n of all the children and this worthy couple. grand-childre- W. O. Ri$ney Wfm Funeral Director and Embalmed Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. W$& Lancaster, Ky. ' jTViJa for the property rights of ha neighbor. The following announcement has Have all the fun yoi&vtfaot but do no been received by many Lancster friends injury to anyone. How to Telt Written to bo tmderstood and siren free to lire of the bride: stock owners our 60 pase illustrated book, by our - Orfy A fire Hero. eonsnltisz Veterinarian, showrsg how to know aad Mr. and Mrs. Walter A, Beazley an- showinsr now to cure diseases m Horses. Cattle. Sheep. Swina and Poultry, together with over It nounce the marriage of their daughter hbjit tha crowd cheered, as, with bujed Remedies, inclnding held up a small round box,. hands, he RESORBIM , Martha Pierce remedy for Ring Bones. Spavins' Our Guaranteed "Fellows!" he shouted, " tbis.Bucklen'3 Splinta or any bony enlargements. to THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. One.) Salve I hold, has every ttingbeat Arnica Mr, Louis Rpod; Gjrcoker Baltimore. Mi, U.S.A1 mmmmmmm ror Ay BBflBiBaBssssi oh Wednesday ,&o sixteenth Tof Octo- for burns." Right 5 also.f or boils, ulcers ber, one thousand nine hundred and sores, pimples,, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises,, Surest pile cure. It subdues C. C. & J. Ey Stormes, Lancaster, Ky, twelve. Alhambra, California. fifteenth inflammation, kills pain, Only 25 cents - after November ""Atliome at'R. E. McRoberts & Son K6113 wanted in other towns. 235 Valencia Street. ' J Ci- ' ' '. and aaothe? tat hoe, packed in metal carry can't dry up. lose strength txr-- spoil like, others and costs ao. mere. It is all medicine and. guaranteed too. Cal-SIn- some instances sustained minor losses at the hands of the less thoughtful who celebrate the are accustomed to occasion. Let us have a sane celebration, tonight, and let every boy who goes out to enjoy the occasion have a dug. regard Prevaata and eura the cbolara. but don't pat it sir nntil they keet over. Give it to them food iwsr mixed withwork-intho it restatesbowels, dis-s o the infects them, knocks with the food or dnsk. veenu- - A Cal-SIn- for FquHry o Pawder o 1-- m - s - y '& - ?s3xs3xs33x8$xs Kft:?5:'iM::i:fti:fti:i:A:w5:KA THINK IT OVER Roosevelt Delegate Fur Taft f f Letter of Wm. Heyburn, President Belknap Hdw, & Mfg, Co., and Roosevelt Delegate from Louisvill to the Republican National Convention. Louisville, Ky., October 25, 1912. Mr. Chas. L. Scholl, My New Suits, -- Hew Coats, col- Our Fall Showing Now at Its Very Best. The almost daily arrivals of Women's and Misses' Fashionable Coats and Suits make up a collection that is of pecular interest to those who desire the exclusive and the beautiful. T M TUFT .,'.'... I Trimmed and plain tailored models in all the fashionable fabrics and favor ite ors in the largest and most varied assortment we have ever assembled. Louisville, Ky, dear Sin-Referri- ng to vote for, to your .question as to what candidate I have decided President, at the November election, I would say that. I Some Splendid Values for This Week's Selling. FANCY OR PLAIN TAILORED SUITS Of Whipcords, Corduroy am going to vote for Messrs. Taft and Sherman, whom I regard as the regular nominees for the Republican Party - M WILSON Ml I attended the Chicago Convention as a Roosevelt delegate, but $15.00 two-tone- Cords, d from my observation and experience there, I considered it was fortunate for the country and for the Republican Party as well, that Mr Roosevelt was not nominated, I became convinced and plain Diagonals, Mannish J i. $19.75 $22.50 $25.00 AND that Mr. Roose Serges and Cheviots. Made in the f T I velt's candidacy was the result of personal ambition and not for the purpose. of furthering any particular policies or principles, I believe that new cutaway or straight coat effect. All warmly interlined. Black, Navy Brown and Gray. Extraordinary values i t l I ELECTED I with Mr. Roosevelt's it was possible for the Progressive element of the Repudlican Party to have nominated Governor Hadley or Senator Cummins, to have made any changes in the platform $29.50 that might have been desirable, to have revised the rules so as to eliminate the authority of the National Committee, where ever such authority as they had might be abused, and more important than all, to preserve the integrity and usefulness of the Republican Party. Mr. Roosevelt's followers by reason of their passionately A Splendid Showing of Novelty Coats. Astrakhan, Chinchilla and Plaid Backs, suitable for street and motor wear; also several splendid styles in severely plain tailored models of mannish serges and wide wale; Of stormy worsted, in full length coats at Si 0.00, $12.00, $15.00. $18.00, S22.50, and S25.00. method, used where no principles could possibly be involved with the same vehemence as where principles might be involved, destroyed my and good judgment, I was well In Kentucky, the Progressive Party will fall far short of securing confidence in their the required number of votes to qualify it as a political party within prepared by what I saw at Chicago, for the lack of the sense of prothe provisions of our election laws. This is indicated clearly by their portion that lead to the action of the Roosevelt supporters in undertaklevel-headedness Special Values in Misses' and Children's; Coats. Our Fall showing of stylish Coats for Misses and Children is now insignificant registration, and by the reports received by the Committee ing to establish the Progressive Party. As for myself, I can see no hope of accomplishing progressive of conditions throughout the State. Since the middle of September.the DRIFT HAS BEEN STEADILY measures by this procedure, and grave danger of weakening the influOF MR. TAFT and is INCREASING IN ence of the Republican Party for good along many lines. TOWARD THE FORCE as the election draws near. at it best, Good warm Coats in all the new materials at S5.00 $5.00. $6.50. $7.50 and $10.00. The Republican platform relative to Tariff policies appeals to me The reason for this is apparent to any one giving the matter a with peculiar force. I have had the advantage of knowing something moments consideration. CONTINUOUS EMPLOYMENT IS AT HAND about the working effect of tariff schedules and tariff policies on busifor all those who desire to find it and REMUNERATIVE WARD THE PRODUCERS. THIS MEANS COMFORT PRICES RE- ness, and without feeling intolerant of the opinion of other men, am FOR THE PEO- satisfied that the Republican policy of protection is for the general inex- CC it Merode j ;&&, underwear "IsIHf (jIP V59S& gzk. PLE GENERALLY and accounts also for the absence of political citement terest as well as general prosperity, I believe that if Dr. Wilson is elected President, he will probably call an extra session of Congress, to re- Our Fall and Wii ter stock of Underwear for Women, Alisses and Children is now complete in every detail. Every weight, kind and size represented, at just the price you want to pay. The VIOLATION OF THE MOST SACRED TRADITION OF THE vise the Tariff, and immediately business will stagnate, The demand REPUBLIC; opposition to a THIRD TERM as President for any man, for the products of the farm and factory will drop off, and the necessaand the ECONOMICAL THEORIET and VITAL CONSTITUTIONAL ry accompaniment to this will be a falling market. If the Tariff schedCHANGES involved in the candidacy of Mr Roosevelt, are issues of ex- ules are so made as to threaten American producers with serious com- Women's Union Suits at 50c, 81.00, $1.25, and $2.00. Women's Seperate Garments at 50c and $1.00. and Tights 'V H treme importance, but the fact that HIS DEFEAT IS CONCEDED BY petition from abroad, where the price of labor is so much lower than ALL, except his most ardent supporters, has to a large extent eliminat- here, the condition of stagnation will be permanent, or until the policy is changed. If the change made by such a special session not such as ed them from consideration. to bring the American consumer into competition with the foreign CRATIC CANDIDATES, our confidence that the good judgment of the producer, I can see no logic in changing the Tariff, hence the program MR. TAFT is based upon the rec- of the Democratic Party becomes a futile one. people will lead them to No one who js thoughtful can doubt that if the Democratic Party ord; THE REPUBLICAN PARTY BELIEVES IN, AND WILL ADHERE THE RACE BEING BETWEEN THE REPUBLICAN AND DEMORE-ELE- Children's Union Suits at 50c, 65c. $1.00. Children's Vests and Pants at 25c and 50c. We also direct your attention to our complete assortments of Women's Tights and Children's Black Bloomers at 50c. g TO THE PROTECTIVE TARIFF SYSTEM. THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY BELIEVES IN TARIFF FOR REVE is elected to power by a large majority, as some claim it will be, it will be a very radical free trade, or, "Tariff for revenue only" Party. No pre-election pledges of Dr. Wilson, delivered in Pittsburg to NUE ONLY, which means FREE TRADE, and if placed in power, will if honeyed true to their platform declaration, seek at once to wipe out dnd DES- placate the voters in the district, where protection sentiment is supTROY ALL ELEMENTS OF PROTECTION in our tariff laws. Their posed to be extensive, will change this fact) Those who vote for Dr. platform declarations of 1892 and 1912 on this question are identical Wilson, should do it with the full knowledge pf what it means, and i and, in both, a PROTECTIVE TARIFF IS DENOUNCED AS UNCON- should not vote for him unless they believe in the tariff for revenue only, which is the real meaning of the Democratic platform and the STITUTIONAL. In 1892 the. Democratic Party was successful upon this issue and real intention of the Democratic Party. Those who believe in a prothey tried their hand on the tariff and the result is well remembered. tective tariff policy and expect to make their vote effective, should in DISTRESS, MISERY, WANT AND ACTUAL STARVATION WERE my opinion, stay with the Republican Party, whether in their opinion GENERAL THROUGHOUT THE LAND and continued until the. death it is managed in every detail to suit them or not Yours yery truly, William Heyburn. of McKinley and the restoration lof the Republican Party to control. H- - Welsh ? ZBaiaasre ws&zsrm; man 60 lW44lM-4i!iH- ' Danville, Kentucky. We Write Anv Kind of I INS Office URA & C Phone 27. WTrnntja The Difference. Bings "I see a woman has been cured of rheumatism by a stroke of lightning." Jings "Yes. And the case differs from so many surgic al . Office at National Bank. al operations announced as perfectly successful in that the patient is still alive." Judge They, of course, try to explain and absolve themselves of responsibility for the result, but they cannot deny actual conditions as they existed during their complete control of the executive and legislative branches of our government Business prostration in any line exists no where witMn its borders. The aflisws of the government have been economically and efficiently administered. "THE GOVERNMENTS CONTROL OF TRUSTS HAS BEEN STRENGTHENED, NOW THE COUNTRY PROSPERS. BEAZLEY OOOOOfrOOOOfrOOOOOOCCCOOfrOOWOOOOOfrOOvOO over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. COLLIER ill 1 Bring1 Your Tobacco TO r Ed Warren of Madison county bought rAKiviEK 9 a iMiww o66oo4oeocooooO'oeooooooO40 A sur- plus remains in the treasury after the payment of all expenses. The: trade of the country is larger than at .any .other period in its history. A Republican Administration, .v4tfi Mr. Taft .as its head, has feeen and is D6 win .charge. WE KNOW WHAT WE .HAVE IN 1912. WE KNOW WHAT WJE GOT AS A RESULT OF 18.92. Under the one PROSPERITY and PLENTY, under the .other DIS' ASTER and DISTRESS. THE ONLY SAFE COURSE LIES IN HOLDING ,ON TO THAT1 -- LANCASTER j TOBACCO WAREHOUSE. Mr. T. O. Hill, prominent horseman of Buckeye had his fine registered Jack Walter Grant sold a mule colt MonNapoleon 3rd. to die. This was one of day for 62.50. the very best jacks in the state and V. A. Lear sold a pair of mules to his death iwas s great loss to Mr Hill. Millard Ham for 285. The home place of the late Dr. William Fort Sale;-7- 5 bushels blue grass seed, Ray at Buckeye, consisting of a house and about 13$ acres of ground, was apply at Garrard Milling Co. sold at Commissioners sale Monday, Donahue Bros, sold an aged mule to Willie Ray becoming the purchaser at 2500. Wilson Rogers Monday for 187.50. House and farm for rent 2 miles Wilson Rogere bought an aged mule north east of Point Leavell. 40 acres Monday of Walker Bradshaw for 190. 10 of which to go in corn and the rest Ed. andN. B. Price bought 5 mule is in meadow. Terms very reasonable colts Monday at an average price of 80 Call or write within ten days. W. C. Doty. For Sale: 55 ewes and one buck. George D. Robinson. W. R. Cook bought two mule colts of R. G. Pettus of Preachersviile for J dpaco bel.ow this heartiug la for me exclusive use pf 9ur farmer subscribers, and is for lbs sale qf stock, grain and such things on arm as the farmer cannot afford to adver-.titsNo notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in '.wo issues of the Rkco&d, free of charge e. J 7 mule colts Monday payingon an average of 65. per head for them. There were about 25 head of sheep at the stock yards Monday which found ready purchasers at 3.25 per head. Dave Jones bought of Leslie Bradshaw a house and 17 acres of land near Bradshaw's school house for 2500. writes Mrs. L. R. Barker, of Bud, Ky., "and can do all my housework. For years I suffered with such pains, I could scarcely stand on my feet After three different doctorsto help me, I gave Cardui a trial. Now, I feel like a new woman," E58 had-faile- Tho Woman's Tonic A woman's health depends so much upon her delicate organs, that the least trouble there affects her whole system. It fs the little things that count, in a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardui at once, and avoid more serious troubles. We urge you to try it Begin today. WHICH IS CK?OD. DANGER LURKS JN A CHANGE. No risk except In a change. Tfcen why take it? A VOTE FOR ROOSEVELT .IS1 WORSE THAN WASTBD,;it is.a vote to take the .risk. 50, MR. VOTER, whatever may be your occupation, THINK IT LET YOUR yoTE SQUARE WITH OVER, wMle you yet have time.-nYOUR JUDGMENT. . ! Stanford Street. Direct Buyers, No Augtig.n Sales. No Commission to Pay. tWeuy Xqur Tobacco tat highest $larket and JJnJLo.Ad the Same ;Day. Price "l BEPUBUCA 4 STATE CAMPAIGN WMJflTEE. . ' 145. WiVlinMffHI ill BSJSfjllKWtiiFJE CAlvis S. Bennett, Secretary. ' W. iD. Cochran, Chairman. Adrertisemeat it Ben Bright bought three aged mules 9f different parties 'Monday for 200.,. $210. and 170. , ? ., 4T"