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Ti THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND (fOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. tm3XS3XS33!3Eg23 a - M HEWGOODS A COMPLETE LINE OF Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves and Ranges. Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire Backs and Fire Brick. Anything You Want in in i ii LANCASTER. KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8 1912. -- 1. J. -- .. NUMBERS!. imss mm mntfmnMJ&mmmmumunuJm ruv .. t s T 0 V E W T0 yocmjwMswW Kentucky rolls back into line for Wilson & Marshall with a plurality which is expected to reach the 100,000 mark; with 100 out of the 120 counties already heard from, the figure has reached 90,000. and it is expected the remaining 20 will bring it up to In many instances the unprecedented has taken place, for instance in Laurel county, hitherto a republican stronghold, Wilson polled more votes than either of his opponemts. Indica 100,-00- 0. V E S Moores, Florence and Coles Air Tight Heaters. Guns,Ammunition,Hunting 1 Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: fiLjRIMPsmii Haselden Brothers i Desirable residence for rent. rgMiMllTaMrrgll Wm MMMMWmMmMm bUbI that Taf t will run second, ing, the returns from the eighth disthough the race is close and final re- trict show Gov. Wilson to have receivturns may show the Bull Moose to ed 18,591 votes, Pres't Taft 8591 and tions are i 4 L-ive and Let Live. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. I 1 have nosed him into third place. The Congressional races brought no surprises, the democrats winning in the first to the ninth districts inclusive, while John W. Langley, rep, wins in the 10th and Caleb Powers has evidently won over Ben V. Smith, dem, and Peavy, prog., in the eleventh. With 2 out of twelve precincts in Jessamine and 1 out of 14 in Boyle miss Gaines corn show Nov. 25. Roosevelt 7752, with Congressman Helm running ahead of the ticket and Dinsmore considerably behind. Roosevelt carried Boylp, Lincoln, Adair and Casey over Taft, running second, while in the remaining seven countvs Old Hickory Taft second place. Gov. Wilson received 2248 more votes in the district than both of his opponents. occupied IHHHiinBHn Fall Goods We have received and have on display a complete line of 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 is considered the best line of Ladies shoes on the market. We are receiving daily new ship- Fiiie FOOT WEAR. ments in Lost Ladies Silver Meshed purse on Wednesday, between my gate and What a pity Garrard county is so well town. Contained a small sum of money Did Teddy break the "Solid South"? Look at the returns. stocked with rollers for her road work, Reward. Clay Sutton. steam rollers may now be purchased Garrard county goes democratic in Knight Templar desiring quarters cheap. a presidential election for the first time in the Rudd House Owensboro for the since the Civil war. Messrs Haselden Bros, have leased conclave May 21 1913 will send their from the Presbyterian church the lot names immediately to Jno. R. Yeager in the rear of the church and are Danville, Ky., erecting a large barn and corn crib thereon. Who will be postmaster? Messrs J. R. Mount, Eph Brown and Judge M. Ed. C. Gaines the live wire Insurance D. Hughes are circulating petitions man will give his 6th. annual Corn Show and it is probable that John Farra will Monday 25th. Send or bring your ex- go after the plum. hibit at once. An expert from State University, will be the Judge. Over New Home For The Mayor. $50.00 in premiums, entries for all Messrs J. W. Elmore and J. R. classes ot x:orn. Write for Catalogue, Haselden have commenced the erection Twelve different premiums will be given. of a handsome modern eight room dwelling on their lot adjoining the Hallowe'en Passes Quietly. opera house, which they recently purHalloween passed off with unusual chased of Mrs. U. D. Simpson. We quietude, the young folks confining understand that Mayor Logan will octhemselves to changing all the signs cupy the residence when completed. they could move, hanging gates on telegraph poles and other like mischief Dr. Gannon's Sister Dies. which was calculated to put many of The many friends of Dr. Carman of the people to considerable inconvenience, Paint Lick extend their deepest symbut doing no actual damage. pathy to him in the loss of his youngest sister. Miss Carmon was 24 years of The Nation's Loss. age, the youngest of the family, which James S. Sherman makes the loss doubly sad. She had died at his home in Utica on last been sick about four months and every Thursday and his remains were placed aid known to medical science had been Complete at rest in the cemetrey at that place on summoned to her assistance, and as a Saturday afternoon. President Taft, last resort she was taken to Ashville, CO many senators, congressmen, foreign N, C, but the effort in her behalf was ambassadors and other notables of no avail. O journeyed from all over the country to O A Warning To Sabbath Breakers. attend the funeral obsequies. & Judge E. W. Harris and Chief of Mrs. Curtis Convalescent. Police Herron are determined that Mrs. J. B. Curtis of the Hackley there shall be no breaking of the Sabneighborhood who recently underwent bath in Lancaster. Chief Herron reQ a severe operation at the Norton In- cently came upon some fifteen or 55 firmary in Louisville, has sufficiently iweniy coioreu youms engaged in a recovered to be brought to her home. very interesting game of ball on one Since the operation she has spent a of the city's thoroughfares on Sunday, week at the home of her father Mr. and their ntise aroused the locality. w He promptly put a stop to the festi- Ben Lunsford at Preachersville. C3 3 ?.; viues anu summonea tne entire gang K to appear before his Honor the next O Dinsmore No more. Wagons last longer than ever before. Our prices are right. Are made better, run lighter and W. J. ROMANS. ft Vice-Preside- nt line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods Buy The Best Canned Goods o W u That Yon Can. Don't ask for cheapness. of quality. Keep thinking H n S5 M I o O ... . Thats our advice. If you know only alittle about brands you can still be safe for this store always stands for your safety. We have nothing that you need hesitate Acton-Simm- ons. j Ladies' Suits, Goats and Dresses A look will convince you that we can save you money on anything n 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 approv m al and get it for you in a short time. H. I T. LOGA I 1 morning to answer for their shortcom Miss Carmon E. Simmons of ings, and after the lecture the Judge Ky., daughter of Mr. B. administered to them it is safe to say w "II Simmons a well known business man xl iney win toe iouna in tne amen corner of that place, and Mr. Roscoe M. Ac- in Sunday school hereafter. ton son of Dr. J. M. Acton of this A Credit To Lancaster. place, were married in Jeffersonsville CO Ind., at the First Baptist Church, Rev. Ihe writer has had the pleasure of H. C. Davis the pastor officiating. visiting the store of The Joseph Mer They will reside in Shepherdsville. cantile Co. on several occasions this tan, here he found one of the most Appearances Are Deceiving complete and up to date stocks of Mr. Pendleton Cox cultivated a field ladies wearing apparel in central Ken fa of corn on the f arn of Mrs. Fannie tucky. Farra near town which ranged in height me Joseph Doys are trying in every from sixteen feet down to four feet; possible way to merit the patronage of 55 in order to gather the corn on the first the Lancaster and Garrard County peo named it necessitated the use of a pie by carrying the most up to date ladder, but in the case of the latter, merchandise that can be bought as notwithstanding its dwarfish appear- well as treating every-on- e with the ance, and the fact that Mr. John Farra utmost courtesy. predicted that "it would not make fodWe would advise any woman interder", the ears are as well developed ested in wearing apparel to see the and equal in size and weight to that on pretty line shown at Joseph's before the stalks of its more pretentious making her purchase, our town should neighbors. spoof be proud of such a store. Shep-herdsvil- le m x H W about buying or eating. "Purity a surety" is our Canned Goods motto. All that is ever canned we have. Fish, Fruit, Vegetables. And never forget that buying here is way to be sure. the-bes- o o X Q 50 CO n t 2 o Theo. Currey. at vmq puwg 9moh dlHAV SBomj jq. gvc ewoo : osKJ?BsHsssssKsa ca83aa8333S33S3Ssa93 &xa&aa&&ac t $10.00 AND h Hr H HEfL V H H H . S15.00 at $ 0.00 and $ 5.00. These suits are 1 1 We are shewing a great line of Men's Suits in ALL WOOL Blue Serges i; well made and Finely Tailored. Unequalled Values For The Price. Sg8xssxSKjxSx Convince Yourself With a Look. House 9 J AS. Of Quality. SSSSgSg&SSSSSSSSa5aa SKSKC8C9MMM30CKKeCKK8M3 $3$$&$&0SaS&$0 earnestness their desires to have the affairs of this country at least given a trial by democracy before embracing a new and untried party The democrats themselves, we believe, did exceedingly well in their choice of a leader, the outcome shows that they chose a man to lead them in whom the people have confidence, a young man, a brilliant man, a thinking man and above all a man whom we believe will be eminently fair as between his fellow men. There has been much talk of a panic in the event of the election of Woodrow Wilson; In the first place this is idle talk, such talk as usually precedes a presidential election made solely for campaign purposes, and in the present case, most absurd. There is absolutely no possibility or occasion for a panic, because of the election of Woodiow Wilson, or for any other reason, and there will be none, and we firmly believe that the newly elected president is as competent to cope with panicky conditions as any other man in the United States, and should such a remote uncertainty ever present itself, he will readily demonstrate his ability. decided Excavation Commenced. Mr. Moynahan, the contractor who 3SHS03J3H3tfH3?s Clinton Bastin SSO3HSt3i3a3iS The Central Record GREEN CLAY WALKER. EDrroR. to announce We are authorized WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard INCORPORATED. County, subject to the action of the SI. 00 a year. democratic partv. Issued Weekly. We are authorized to announce H. Estes as a candidate for Ship-to- Married. n Mag-strat- e, Entered at the Post Office lu Lancaster, Ky., county, Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s in the first district of Garrard subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic nartv. We are authorized to announce TayMagGar- Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., November 8, 1912. or For For For For rard county, subject to the action of 10.00 the democratic partv. County Offices State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 Calls, per line We are authorized to announce Davis 10 Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate Cards, per line in the first Magisterial district of Garall publications in the interrard county, suoject to the action of est of individuals or expresthe democratic rjartv sion of individual views, per 10 iine 05 per line Obituaries, Rates For Political Announcements lor T. Burdett as a candidate for istrate in the second district of For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 Monday's Lexington Herald contained the following item in the Pans has the work of increasing the height news:- of the dam at the water works, has also "Mr. Clinton Bowen Bastin and Miss been awarded the contract for erecting Carlie Insko both of Millersbufg, obthe foundation for the mammoth water tained a marriage licens in Paris Fritower and has a large force of hands day and went to Lexington Saturday engaged in making the excavation. afternoon to be married. Mr. Bastin The tower is to be built on the Bradley is manager for the Home Telephone lot in the rear of the old postoffice Co. at Millersburg." building at the intersection of the two The groom is the son of Mr. and alleys. It will be a mammoth affair of Mrs. A. H. Bastin of this city and is a steel on a concrete foundation, and splendid young gentleman and one of when completed will stand 140 feet in the most expert telephone men in the the air, much higher than the cupola of The Record tenders congratulathe court house. Let's have an arc state. tions. light on top of it. Young Women Helped Largely. Layton. Garrard Goes Democratic While the men in charge have been shall campaign in Kentucky, a trio of! young women at the Democratic State campaign headquarters in the Tyler Hotel have contributed largely to bringing about the result. They are Miss Loyetta Lee, of Louisville; Miss Pocahontas Conn, of Wilmore, and Miss Sara Mahan, of Frankfort. Miss Lee has made herself invaluable as stenographer and assistant to Secretary W. O. Davis; Miss Conn has won unstinted praise for her excellent work as stenographer to the important Speakers' Bureau, and Miss Mahan has received deserved compliments for her splendid work in superintending the large force engaged in sending out the mas3 of correspondence and campaign literature. In each of these departments these young women have more than "made good." Miss Pocahontas Conn, referred to in the above article is a daughter of Mr. William Conn of Wilmore, but who was born and raised in this county; she is a niece of Messrs John and Thos. Conn of this county and is one of the young women of Garrard county who has gone out into the world with a determination to win her own way and make good. A Mrs. Elizabeth Layton, relict of the getting all the credit for the successful late Stephen Layton, died at the home management of the Wilson and Mar-- 1 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey FOR VICE-PRESIDEN- T. THOMAS R. MARSHALL, Of Indiana mJmliP President-elec- t For Congress. HARVEY HELM, of Lincoln. Attorney Justus Goebel of Covington, a brother of our martyred Governor, in a letter found in another part of this issue of the Record, assumes the position that in the matter of prosecuting the tax dodging corporations of the state, that Attorney General Garnett should employ additional counsel. We believe that Mr. Goebel is honest in his convictions in the matter, and that he has the best interests of the s.tate at heart. At the same time we know that the people of Kentucky elected Hon. James Garnett to the office of Attorney General, and by their ballot expressed their confidence in his faithfully and efficiently fulfilling the duties of that office, and we are willing to accept without question his statement that the force at his disposal is amply able to cope with the situation. When he fails in his efforts will be ample time to accept and put into practice the suggestions made by Mr. Goebel. As for the status of Gov. McCreary in the matter, he has stated in a clear and succinct manner that he can take no steps toward employing additional counsel until requested to do so in writing by the Attorney General, and until that is done, we shall accept it as true that everything possible is being done that could be done by Mr. Garnett to collect every dollar coming to the state from every source in taxes. In the event of the failure of Mr. of her son Mr. Alex Layton in this county at 8 o'clock on last Saturday night of the infirmities of old age. and after funeral services at the home, her remains were laid at rest beside her husband in the Lancaster cemetery. She is survived by two sons, Messrs. Alex and John Layton and three daughters, Mrs. J, H. Posey Mrs. William Broaddus, and Mrs Nancy Atchison all of this countv. Mrs. Layton was 93 years of age and was one of the many sterling women of that locality. She had long been a faithful member of the Christian church. The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the bereaved family. Revival Meeting. i Wil'n Taft Tedy Court House East Park West Park East Bryantsville West Bryantsville Buckeye 196 221 114 174 51 111 For Commonwealth's Attorney EMMET V. PURYEAR, of Boyle. For County Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to Wilson , J M v the action of the democratic party. We authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the 'Democratic party. are 'For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. S. Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Assessor; C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the democratic p&rty. We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomination of Assessor of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic We are authorized to announce Dave party. We are authorized to announce J. B. Collier as a candidate for the nomination ,for assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. L. Huffman for a candidate for assessor of Garrard county subject to the action of the Democratic party. Far Sdwl Saperintendant. We are authorized to announce Miss Janaie Higgins as a candidate for School Superintendant for Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Fir Jailer. We are authorized to announce Jack Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Garrard county, subjeet to the action of the Democratic party. Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Dave Ftf 'Magistrate. We. are authorizea to announce John N. White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of subject to the action of the democratic party. ty, has already expressed his intention of taking ample time about the selection of his cabinet, he will study political and geographical conditions and will endeavor to choose the men most peculiarly fitted for the positions to which they are chosen in his political household. In the matter of the selection of his cabinet, he will doubtless be materially assisted, and probably to some extent guided by Hon. W. J. Bryan, to whom more than to any other one man is due the selection of Mr. Wilson as the democratic nominee, and whose advice upon any subject would assuredly be most valuable. In the selection of his political household it appears to us that would he accept it, Mr. Wilson could not do wiser than to place the very best portfolio in his cabinet at the disposal of the gentleman from Nebraska, should he do this, he would certainly have the assurance that the portfolio in particular Garnett to perform faithfully this or was in good hands. Another reason any other duty which the office to which for offering a cabinet place to Mr. i he was elected makes it incumbent up-- t Bryan is that it is customary to give on him to perform, he will be .'respon these places to those upon whose sible for his failures to the people who shoulders have fallen the brunt of the elected him, and to them must he must battle, who have done most to for- answere. ward the success of the campaign; and surely there is none who has lent more New Veterinary. material aid than he. We believe that Gov. Wilson will prove an ideal presiDr. William D. Pryor, D. V. S. has dent, that he will be president of ALL located in Lancaster for the practice the people, and will not only give us a of his profession, and expects to take wise and prosperous government, but up the lucrative practice which Dr. that be will take up and solve in a Pontius was compelled to give up by wise and acceptable manner many ill health. Dr, Pryor praccised his proknotty problems which now confront fession at the National Stock Yards, us. Of one thing we feel fully confi St Louis Mo., at Paris, Ky., and other dent, THERE WILL BE NO PANIC, places and comes highly recommended. the less of this idle talk indulged in the better for all concerned. Panics Fox Hunters To Neet. have been brought on by talk, and in The annual meeting of the National the present instance, the very idea is Fox Hunters" Association will be held at preposterous. Let the people pursue the even tenor of their way, safe in Crab Orchard Springs next week, bethe assurance that with Woodrow Wil- ginning Monday. Mr. W. S. Walker son at the helm, we are just about of Lancaster is one of thel vice presidientering an era of unprecedented pros- dents, and Mr. Woods Walker is a rector. perity.! The occasion is one of gaiety and atThe people of the United States have tracts many guests from far and near. signified by the ballot their determination to be rid of republican rule, and Many of Lancaster and Garrard coun they have given voice to their wishes ty's society people will be in attendence in no uncertain manner, have rolled up during the week. a majority that speaks in eloquent He Will Be Editor terms of their desired. They have administered to the G. O. P; such a drubMr. Dan Collier Elkin, former asbing as they have never received and sociated with the Record office, but relegated them to the rear, it is to be now a matriculate at Yale, has sent us hoped for all time to come. They have several copies of the "Yale News", a also administered a stinging rebuke to splendid edited, five column, six page the audacious young bull moose and weekly, published by the students at ehown to the so called progressives, Yale, and devoted exclusively to the that their idea of progressiveness is doing of the stjdents of that noted embodyied in the sound principles of school. Dan showed a marked aptidemocracy have descried the necessity tude for newspaper work, and we hope for a new party, have chosen between before many years to see his name apthe two old ones, and have spoken with pear as editor.-in-chiof the "News". ef Rev. S. H. Pollitt, the new pastor of the Lancaster-McKendre- e churches is holding an interesting meeting at ee 36 20 74 141 54 30 166 123 38 41 174 and great interest is mani- I ) fested. Already there has been seven additions and many confessions The meeting will continue through Sunday when Presiding Elder W. E. Arnold of Danville will be present. Rev. Pollitt is making many friends in his new field and is a splendid man. He will begin a series of meetings at the Lancaster church the first Sunday in January when he hopes to have with him Mr. Andrew Johnson of Lagrange who is an excellent singer. He hopes to make the Lancaster meeting a great success and asks the support of the church. It was planed to begin the meeting parlier but for good reasons it was continued until the above date. , 154 78 126 78 90 Sterling Democrat And Good Citizen. Paint Lick Union 146 153 102 Among the number whom rumor has it will be applicants for the Lancaster postoffice under the Democratic regime is Judge M. D. Hughes, and being a former newspaper man, we deem it but fitting that we should make some mention of his peculiar fitness for the position to which he is said to aspire. Judge Hughes was born and reared in the adjoining county of Lincoln but married Miss Martha Elkin, one of Miss Mabel Dunn A Recent Popular Garrard's best women and for 31 years has been a resident and one of the best Visitor In This County Sustains and most progressive citizens of Lancaster, and during the entire time has Serious Accident While Coon been more or less prominently identified Hunting With Friends. with the political life of the county, in whatever walk of life he might be enThe following article taken from the gaged never failing to use his time and Cincinnati Enquirer refers to a young influence in behalf of the democratic lady who during the recent summer cause. For, ten years during his stay in was a charming guest of Miss Mayme Lee Ballard at Bryantsville and is well Garrard he was prominently identified known and very popular in this county, with the educational interests, being and her many friends are hoping that one of the leading teachers, and many the unfortunate affair will not prove as of Lancaster's now prominent business men owe their early training to Judge serious as indicated. Maysville, Ky., November 1. The Hughes. He has served as Magistrate death of Miss Mabel Dunn, 20 years and Judge of the Police Court, from old, daughter of President W. E. Dunn, whence comes his judicial title. For of the Citizens' State Bank, of Nobles-vill- seven years he edited a democratic Ind., may result from the es- newspaper and was the originator of capade of a society Halloween coon the motto "Pure Religion, Untarnished Democracy and Good Government", hunt here last night. Miss Dunn, who was the, guest of which ever adorned his front page, and Mrs. George Wood Owens, was shot which we still carry proudly at our and, it is thought, fatally wounded, by masthead. He is one of the many Best Gault, 41 years old, a farmer. democrats of this county who wa3 an The shooting occurred on Gault's "original Wilson man", and he gave e, 48 24 4 ' Walkers School House TOTALS 1,231 L478 1,054 To 40,000 Burley Tobacco Growers Stockholders in Strater Bros Branch Factory Here are ten brands of tobacco. All of you know their worth, for you supply the leaf. It comes from your own tobacco farms. Most of you smoke or chew one of these brands, for they represent the cream of your crops. You know of none better, none richer, and you know that each sale brings a profit to you. You are partners in each of these brands. Here's a way to increase your profits on each. 4T 40,000 Partner-Salesme- n these brands, and thus increase your revenue from them. Your cooperation, individually, can result m gigantic sales. Here's bow it works out. We want 40,000 more salesmen and you. Mr. Grower, are one that we want. We want you to work with us, to help sell father's farm, the shooter alleging that unstintingly of hi3 time and talent to to be Halloween further the cause of our new president, marauders. both in the matter of his nomination he took the party Miss Dunn was brought to' a hospital here and Gault was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Brown. The feeling is intense against Gault, who, it is said, after he shot Miss Dunn refused to allow her to be taken to his home, and when her friends asked for water for her, the shooter told them: "No; go to the creek for water." persons in the There were about-3party, among whom were Lewright Browning, attorney for the C. and O. Railway Company, and- Judge W. H. -3 Let Each Man Tell Ten Friend Let each of you growers tell ten friends what you know of Strater Bros. Branch Brands, the brands for which you grow the leaf. Always keep one of these brands in your pocket and give to these friends to try. Explain that the leaves were the pick of your crop and that no better crops are grown. Point out the reasons why these brands of tobacco should be every smoker's and ehewer's choice since it is your choicest growth. 40.000 men, each telling ten friends, will thus get a powerful to nearly 400.000. If each of those friends tell five others, nearly 2.000,000 men are affected. Think what an increase this would make on these brands in one section. You are selling to us. We are selling to them. So let us work jointly to sell the utmost that we can. sales-messa- and the final election, and to him as much as to any other one man is due the' credit for Wilson carrying this county in the convention, and was placed upon the delegation instructed to vote for him in the state conven- Tell Dealers, Too " Tell dealers, too, when you buy these brands, what you know of their quality. Let them know of their nation-wid- e popularity, how they repeat, and how they make friends of consumers. your profits. BE A BOOSTER OF BURLEY CROW-ER- S' BRANDS. Una boortia tho mIm tad tion. When a vacancy occurs in the Lan. caster postoffice, should Judge Hughes become an applicant, and should he succeed in landing the office, we feel sure he will fulfill the duties as efficiently and in as acceptable manner as he has the many other duties toward the Rees. Gault, in jail said he was people of the town and county in the sorry he shot Miss Dunn, and declared various responsible positions he has he had never seen or heard of the held during his long and honorable cayoung lady before. reer among us. to-nig- TO ALL DEALERS WHO SELL TOBACCO These brands of tobacco are famous sellers as all who sell them know. They are made from the best, from the cream of the crops, from forty thousand farms. They form the greatest repeaters known, a steady source of profit. Put them into your stock for a trial and see what they do. You will sell them for years if you sell them one week. v For Sraolda-GOLD- EN GLOW-PEN- NY ForChewing-INDEX-- BY JOE TWIST -- CUP -- DAY'S WORK-O- N THE NATURAL LEAF. POST-FULLPAY. STRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY, iBcorporated, LoiikvUI, Ky. (3) .1 K t -- - . 'tiMWunSHiO !wrtmrr niiflmfammiknfifi?imbi MBIW t-b ijmitmti7m z iimWjjiHi;A in.irr r,i,u'if MILLIONS Can Be Saved To Kentucky .8$ -- '"' ... vvf '. ::':' I By The Appointment Of Adequate Counsel Justus Goebel Makes Strong Appeal for Protection To People's In& terests ',HV7, !HB GOV. J. B. M'CREARY. JUSTUS GOEBEL. Kentucky Delegates From State at Large to DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL CONVENINON, BALTIMORE, JUNE, 1912. 350, whereas .1 J Q the Board found theit or to be rendered, bribery or intimi'912 assessment should be $18,7&S,630. dation, but never before has the state In Open Letter He Asks That The C, N. O. & T. P. R. R. in 1901 county or city been given what it was paid taxes on a franchise valuation rightfully entitled to. Lawyers Known To Be of only 53,110,197, and in 1911 on a The eight suits that have been valuation of only $3,559,320, whereas brought against the state must be Loyal To the Cause Of the the Board found their 1912 assessment fought through all federal and state be $10,074,200. The i. C. in courts, and People and Free From Cor- shouldpaid taxes on a franchise valua- our people. are of vital importance to 1901 They involve for the state poration Taint be Employed tion of only $1,989,870, and in 1911 on $382,389, and for the county and city a valuation of only $4,510,320, where- taxing districts $823,396, or a total, In the Suits Against as the Board found their 1912 assess- annually, of $1,205,785. ment should be $14,746,857. The L. & The railroad companies, realizing Corporations N. R. R. in 1901 paid taxes on a fran- the magnitude of this fight and anxchise valuation of only $6,504,879, and ious to win out, not alone from a finanin 1911 on a valuation of only cial standpoint, but to prevent the whereas the Board found great public denouncement that is OPEN LETTER. their 1912 assessment should be bound to come in the wake of a vicFrankfort and Covington, Ky., tory for the state, are calling up the 1912. October 31sft, The Covington companies in the wonderful array of legal talent that i9 To His Excellency, Governor James B. past paid as little, proportionately, as at their command through the power McCreary; to all Administrative and did most of the above mentioned comLegislative officers of the State and panies, and without exception all and Influence that comes of the tremendous amount of money represented to all citizens of the Commonwealth these companies and the two others in their "combined- capitalization of apequal and uni- suing wanted who are interested in the same assessments proximately one billion dollars. form taxation: for 1912 that they had in 1911. The Master Legal Minds. "Tell my friends to be brave and Board of Valuation and Assessment fearless and loyal to the great com based their 1912 assessments on conAmong the master legal minds that vincing proof of values placed before are already engaged jnon people." in preparing the These last words of my assassinated them, and the assessments are uni- defense of the. suing corporations are brother, William Goebel, have a sacred formly just and fair, and of the more Trabue, Dolan & Cox, of Louisville, for significance to me and when in Sep- than four hundred corporations the Illinois Central Railroad Company; only seven have protested in Galvin & Galvln, tember, 1909, I again commenced to of Cincinnati, for the take an active interest in our State's the courts, and these are among those Cincinnati,' New Orleans & Texas Paaffairs, it was not to gain political fa- that have always proportionately paid cific Railroad Company; John T. Shelvor, for there is no office I would the least. by & Son, of Lexington, for the Chesa- In the last twelve years the State, peak & Ohio Railroad Company; Col. have; but it was with hope and that my work would, during counties and cities have been robbed, Henry L. Stone, Helm. Bruce, C. H. administration of the present state and the word robbed is the only word Moorman, R. A. Colston, of Louisville, the pfficers, open up an opportunity for that tits the case, of more than ten mil- - ana Browde; & Browder, of RussellKentucky tp take up William Goebel's iiuii uuuaia in ia.vca. ville, for the Louisville & Nashville In the years from 1902 to 1911, in- Railroad Company; Beckham &, Work, where the assassin's bullet had interrupted it, and in that event every clusive, a period of ten years, there t of Frankfort, and Ernst, department of our government would Vine: honn nn nvornr innrpnafl in thp & Cottle, of Cincinnati, for the give thereto by voice and action most franchise assessments of the four larg- - South Pnvtnetnn Sr PlnoinnnH Srnat est railroads of the State of only 1 positive, vigorous and loyal support. Ral, Company and the Union per cent yearly, and this almost Light, Heat and Power Company; Relief Must Come. record of astonishingly welI Ra & Necessity for action in the interest small increases was made in he ten!for the Adams E c fl of the people has grown as years have best years for earnings that the rail- fop tha HnllMloril Wvrcec WAX&ptlt w wH.t.uv u ,u.A.jj. v.2 J passed until it has developed into what roads of this country ever saw. In addition .to this galaxy of legal y The picture here presented of the talent, the sulg corporations haye a crying shame and from is a previous inadequate franchise assess- vast army, which relief must come. of busy workers who never Too long, altogether too long, has ments is astounding, but when one ex- appear in the limelight or in the courtthere been unjust discrimination amines into the situation regarding the room, and, they may be described as against the people, unjust and burden- tangible assessments made by Rail- research lawyers, accountants and some taxation upon the people, as road Commissions of the properties of statisticians, who are a mighty supcompared with what has been required six of the corporations now suing yie portive element to the men who wIU fo be pad by th,e big corporations of State, the word "astounding" is inade- present the cases and make the pleas pur State. Corporation lawyers have quate and must be here supplanted, by and. arguments, boastingly said the death of William the word dumfounding to state more Without detracting one lota from poebel was a benefit to the corpora-lions- . correctly what the tanigble assess- the splendid ability and known loyalty If this was true, the question ment picture actually presents, co the state's interests possessed by s, how much longer shall the people the attorney general, James Garnett, Work Is Delayed a Decade. pe held In bondage because of his and his three assistants, the commondeath? Take the case of the C. & O. R. R. wealth's legal force, as compared with God knows the corporations now and the records show that the tangible that of the corporations, must seem eulng the State have been able to pro- property of this company in 1892, inadequate, indeed; and when it is cure (and the word procure is used twenty years ago, was assessed at taken into consideration that the atadvisedly) immunity long enough from $8,019,577. In 1911 notwithstanding torney general's office has a multipaying their just share of the taxes. the extensions made in mileage of plicity of cases and matters of state A hundred million dollar increase road, double tracking of a vast system, to fully employ their attention, and in the value of corporation property acquiring much new real estate and that the present; situation comes in for taxation opens a new era in the probably more than doubling their the nature of an energency unforeState's affairs, and has awakened the equipment of engines and cars this seen and unprecedented in the state's people, and brought them to a realiza- company's tangible property was as- history, the urgent necessity for the tion of what has been done to them, sessed at only $6,270,270, or 21 per employment of other 'able lawyers, as. and there will be a further awaken- cent less than in 1892, twenty years a supportive force, "to the attorney, gen'' ing, which will correct abuses equally ago. eral becomes 9ulte "apparent. as great as unequal taxation. A true In 1892 the market price of C. & O.' Ability, known, loyaJty to the cause, awakening of the' people has i:ome, stock was around 11 cents, and and a.ssured, freedom from corporation hijf hencefortn"eVery man who would the stock of this company is selling taiijjt should W tjhe gauge tp' govern jibld 'office must'b'e'a progressive, and at 81.5 cents, anjd the capital stock iii. tne selection of a,ttqrneya to assist no "Imitation will satisfy them; they has been increased to one hundred in the defense of the state's interests. will' sweep aside and into oblivion as million dollars, further comment to pl'd chaff any man' who hesitates or show that oyc state has been robbed Justus Qofchfcl'a toteFs.tt jlareo stand "ty be 'way of 'betterment is unnecssary. Te tangible property M-T.'P. R. R.wa", as- pleted interest in, the work just compf conditions and improvement fa ey-r- y of the C, N. Q. by the board was, and is, difway for the, whole people.' sessed in 1911 for less than it was asferent from., and greater than, that of sessed in 1900, and bu little npra than any man in Kentucky or elsewhere-ev- en gross ypdervaluation.. in 1890, notwithstanding jhp great though he may have been conNo one doubts, had Willianj goemadi) by the company. nected with the work. Love of my Uye', that wh.Ich. bel beeij pernijteg tq he other' railroacis have been similarpun dorje last mpnth 'y the Board pf ly inadequately assessed on their tangi- state and love for and memory of my assassinated brother, whose Yafuatjpn png 'Asessraent would' have ble property for many years. constructed and Wholly Ujood feen dpn more than ft decade ago, In May, 1910, a prominent official ot Instead of the large cor- one of the companies suing, stated that stained the statutea 'Syhicft made 'it und Board, of Valuporations fighting in the courts and the special interests had in years past possible to ation, an4 Assessment haa Just comby sinister methods, endeavoring to controlled the state's taxing boards, perpetuate unjust and unequal taxa- and the records apparently Q.$((?4'e peted, have compelled of me the servrendered In the matter, and, tion, to throttle the action of this told the truth itqiusfanee. He ice without official duty resting on me, 1 fulState Taxing Board, the first to act alsy stacil 'tjiat 'e' would control tb have glvqn untiringly and almost conly in the interest of the people, tht tjrvsfnt Board. jf Valuation and stantly more than five months of-J&n. 'payinjr um? Wpuld lone hut in this he has proven an energy and study to te.sessWmfeai - State1,? cpu.n,ty and pity t'reasu.1 teg Ignominious ?hefailure. in the mtore3t ojPtne state ana . their just proportion of tRes. ?fo V the WelJBio. of every other Board Acts For People, lS!fc4 Very evident that in Keninterest--l"oaoi or. nn.nni. tucky, as in other States, big corporaTo date the pontile iiave won, and the Therefore, with, such an interest and tions will never pay a cent more of Board, o' Y4uatfon and, "Assessment with the knowledge tpat I gal' taxes than they are made to pay consisting of, Henry M. Bosworth ed through ny b;ors, $ feelhave I am that Q. 'l. R. Take the cfiso pf the f., chairman; Tom S." Rhea and C. F quMfled,, amply 'qualified-- to make aa '.n 19U tnu ready oirits entirety'sCrecelius, has' finished its work; fa appeal, in, the name of the 400.00Q tax: em in' Kentucky, paid taxes on' a to-- ' 1912, and, thank Go(l, al valuation of only $9,313,270, where- acted in thp, iRtgyet q $ onu it has payers of; the state who, furnish seven tle people. eights of the revenue ftjr- the state! as the street railway company of the Until this year the, oardi ofValua government, and; who tor many year city of Louisville was made to pay on a valuation of $10,800,000. Tiie CL & tlon and Assessment has been con have withstood; the b.urd,en of unequa; trolled in the interest of the big cor- taxation, to tb, administrative and O. R.R. in 19,0; piid taxes on'a franth legislative officers of the state to sup o? crook, chise valuation of' only' $2,171,189, 'and porations by !9m? hook avor, rendered port the governor with unlimited in '1911 on a valuation of only $2;743,- - er friendship" political mnnnwai Tax-Dodging $11,-899,20- 0, $45,-428,07- 4. - con-Jiden- J - n, Cas-sat- Gd fc;, Max-believab- le v- to-da- n. to-da- y hcafyi-wor- k them to healthier cc'tivitv. of fly$brs that they 'Wp,ulfi p!q th&tr: ppafp&flpp, in Jtbfi.dpjulmpntr. duty and be just .and fair," pad the nub--. Itatepwjia; le.arn.eid fba't,theq haa W$ win, yo.u tjeftfy Poxpll .PjIerKcs" tho pspjtya'p 'inloxot andcases. There are mon 'ttfco' "haver caid in lie utilities bill was not passed, been no personal difference between on our guarantep. They are eaTfinl&& places that in tic omploymdiit "of At"The existing Board of Valuation and Justus Goebel and Attorney General candy, and are particularly jdeal for torney John L. Rich the state Assessment based their 1912 assessment Garnett, and they disagree only a3 to childreh. They act directly on tile nen far enough, but to such men t'woiild on evidence of the values placed before the best policy to be pursued in guard- ves and muscles of the bowfls. They say, "Is your only Interest the welfare Mr. Goebel have a neutral action on the other orand I am sure ing the State's interests. of the people, and have you proven, .them at great length, and conferred gans or glands. They do not purge or they have presented what they believe was at the Capitol y that there is no other interest that is greater with you than the people's In- to be convincing proof, are just and with Gov. McCreary, after, however, cause any inconveniance vhatever. fair assessments; and of about four the latter had given out his statement They act to overcome chronic or habterest?" hundred corporations assessed,, only for the press. itual constipation and the. myriads of Every Citizen Interested. an attorney associate or dependent chronic ailments. Mr. Goebel wants eight have protested in the courts. We have been, and are, dealing in "The eight suits that have been employed, it i3 understood, who has Try Rexall Orderlies at our risk. Two thi3 with a matter which Is vital to, brought against the State may be con- been prominently identified with suits sizes. 10c and 25c Sold only at our and affects the comforts of every home, no matter and the tested through the Federal and State for the Government and States against store The Rexall Store. R. E. & Son. pocketbook of every taxpayer 'in. the courts, and are of great importance to corporations. He desired the employcommonwealth, be he laborer, me- the people and the State treasury. ment of Attorney Rich, who worked chanic, farmer, merchant- or of any They involve for the State about four with him on the assessments, and excapt other rank or station. All have tlielr hundred thousand dollars annually, and for his desire to bring into the case the interest in what "we have' been fight- for the county and city taxing districts' influential personality of" some famous ing for more nearly "equal taxation about eight hundred thousand dollars advocate, whose words ordinarily are and relief from corporation oppression. annually, or a total of about one million supposed to ha-- greater weight with The question is, shall the cause of courts than those of men of less wide our taxpayers be defended at the bar two hundred thousand dollars. "When the present administration fame, there is no friction, it seems, of justice by an array of counsel of the correct standard and' in keephii! came into office, less than one year ago, between Mr. Goeble and the State's with the greatness and importance of the State's indebtedness was more legal department. With just these cases, which involve, not only than one million dollars. $1,203,785 this year, but millions upin and fair taxation the debt of the State WHY HESITATE? millions in years to come, and if the would soon be extinguished; and I reassessments are upheld, mean to this gret that important and powerful corgeneration and generations yet unborn porations are resisting the action of An Offer that InvoWes No Risk For in Kentucky, lesser tax to pay, and to the Board of Valuation and Those Who Accept It. Assessment the state adequate revenue for every and endeavoring to perpetuate taxation Growers of What we Sell. purpose of government, economically We are so positive our remedy will which their.own admissions show to be conducted. relieve constipation, that we offer to unjust and unequal. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. "Most respectfully yours, the corporations which have in- furnish it free of all cost if it fails. "If "JUSTUS GOEBEL Constipation is caused by weakness stituted suits persist in their efforts, of the nerves and muscles of the large H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. the State of Kentucky and the cause of exthe taxpayers should be defended in the intestines or descending colon. To pect relief you must therefore tone up courts by counsel in every way Lexington, Kentucky. and restore and by all the attorneys that and strengthen those organs may be needed to meet and cope with TIONS. the many able attorneys who instituted the suits. AND VALUATION OF FRANCHISES "I have perfect confidence in the ability and known loyalty to the State's Points Out Law Requiring Attorney Gen- interests of Attorney General Garnett anJ his three assistants, and also in the eral To Recommend Before He Can able and attorney, Mr. Rich, who, by request of the Attorney Employ Counsel To Assist State General, in writing, I have employed; but I will be pleased to appoint another In Railroad Suits. attorney, or two others, if the Attorney Genera, in writing, should ask me to Governor McCreary has issued a do so, as, under the law, I cannot emstatement in response to the letter adHave stocked the Jewelry Store ploy counsel to represent the State dressed to him and to others by Mr. his request. Justus Goebel. The Governor declares without "Subsection 5 of sections 112-1- 5 next to Welsh & Wiseman's to the that 'all persons who have made prop- (article 2, page 218) of the Kentucky er investigation know that the corporaprovides: Watchdoors with new, te tions in Kentucky have not been pay- Statutes "The Attorney General and his Asing their just proportion of the taxes," and says that if the corporations sistants shall inattend to all litigation es, Clocks, Rings, Chains, Lockets, business or out of the State, which have instituted the suits persist and him or them under this in their efforts "the State of Kentucky required of Neck Chains, Pendants, Cuff Links, act, or other existing law or laws and the cause of the taxpayers should litibe defended in the courts by counsel in hereinafter enacted, and also any gation or business that any State offScarf Pins, Brooches, Barpins, Tie every way well'equipped, and by all icer may have in connection with or the'dltorneys that may be needed to Clasps, Beauty Pins, Bracelets, Cut meet and cope, with the many attor- growing out of his official duty; and no State officer, board of trustees or neys who instituted the suits." the head of any department or instiGlass and many articles too numerThe Governor's statement follows: tution of the State shall have au"The letter of Mr. Justus Goebel, thority to employ or to be represented addressed to me and to all adminisous to mention. No cheap quality by any othed counsel or attorney-at-latrative and legislative officers of the State, and to all citizens of the Com- unless an emergency arises, which, in goods bought, but the kind we can the opinion of the Attorney GeneraU monwealth are interested in equal and uniform taxation, has been published requires the employment of other guarantee and stand back of. Call generally in the newspapers and con counsel, in order to properly protect the interest of the Commonveealth, in tains valuable information and imporwhich event the Attorney General shall, and be convinced that you can get tant suggestions. in writting, setting forth reasons for "He was present at the meetings of the Board of Valuation and Assess- such employment, request the Governor better goods and more for your ' ment, which occupied about five to employ such additional counsel, "Before such counsel is employed, on months and must be money than any store in the counhis fee and compensation shall be the subjects to which he refers. "Board of Valuation and Assessment agreed upon and fixed by written, ty. Do not patronize mail order by the Governor and said eoun consisting of Henry M. Bosworth's sel, subject to the approval of the AtState Auditor, Thomas S. Rhea, State houses when your own home merTreasure, and C. F. Crecelius Secre- torney General.' is, there$Qr&A apparent that I "It tary of State, did their work well and cannot, appoint an attorney to assist faithfully. chant will do better for you. 25 "All persons who have made proper, the Attorney General in these suits investigation k.now that corporations, until the Attorney General, in writing, per cent, discount on remaining in Kencky hav$ notj been. Daying; requests me to do so, and also agrees thei,r, just proportion, pf, the. taxes,, and with me on the compensation the counarticles of O. E. McWater's stock there nas been unjust; and, burdensome sel employed is to receive. taxation UDpn the People, as compared "JAMES B. McCREARY." has moved more than half of it. with what has, bejen required Q bo Attobney General's Stand. paid, by ijhe large corporations, ol wur "Come in and get your share." A special from Frankfort to the State. '.'4 am, opposed- to. discrimination, Courier Journal Says: Attorney Gen andbeUeye that; taxation should be eral Garnett is out of the city and wnA Watches lower than the lowest, uniform,, and, the. corporations and the not return until after the election but people assessed and taxed justly and his attitude before he left wa& v?at heand better than the best. was fully satisfied that sa, additional fairly uJa. my message to the last Legislat- council is necessary, ndjw&h ths ac ure, I recommended the passage of cession of Attorney Jiohu. H. Rich, of eight important bills, and all were en- Covingtorprw.h.p,i;eresnted the Board acted into law except the public utiliti of Yahiaifljn, and Assessment in mak es bill, which gave the Governor authqr-- j ing, the. fcasKhisej assessments, hfo ity to appoint an assessment andxaJHa," force. q tegal assistance is amplift tion commission to do wh. tjhg. exjsjtr the; task of looking after the $atie3j rcjyaled the ing Board of Valuation, cpinpHpsion ajid interest. Inquires Co. Assessment hadonebjjt as the en. fact that all the membra of the At are in full ac.J torney General's bers of($atjb1'or4 ha& no under DANVILLET, KENTUCKY. ben I had active, cord with his. teW and the emnky-n& knowledge that the existing board ment of Ajney Rich and the T$sidjJ 4 ,it;ij aj would be active until I was assured by J Ui uu'iwi3wuti: niu iiuiy saeans'pnthp necessary delete had-'gon- e to-da- hoV-humbl- Mc-Robe- rts - TREES es Phlox. Etc. Fruit & Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb.Peonies, Ros gov. Mccreary writes about corpora. well-equippe- d, Winslow Jewelry Co. well-equipp- ed i up-to-da- well-inform- ed con-tra- ct to-da- y Winslow Jewelry and Optical f0 J to-da- y. he dOj-Uat- giaenaiMfiBiB 4' ap-Jftyt- f ' Bring .Your Tobacco To LANCASTER T Residence Phone 66. Stanford Street. n , - - N Business Phone 211. v V Subsoribe k Record J A BEAZLEY m Funeral Director and Embalmec Office r;wvi- wjrwiw. UHCUt T3iiokq No - Wn Aimtinn Sal AS. ..w t Commission To Pay. X Shone 31. We Buy Your Tobacco at Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day;- - Besljieoce on S S LCA?ER. KY. MmiWiRfE8SLs3EMM M.-2 ' r , WISH j, Ja- - - J.X& - MMMHMHIIMMIMMM9MH , $Q'&$&&&&I$Q&&QQ -- J oaooo H. J. TINSLEY, Kentucky. County Surveyor. PHOME 323--J. Officv uvcr F. U. Hurt's lurulturo store. Lancaster, 1WftMMfWMMtWMMMMMWtMH Gut Flowers McRoberts. of QUALITY. fWare LAWYER J. E. Robinson, aid COUNTY ATTORNEY. Will Practice in all State Courts anr U. S. District Court. Phone 194 OfBte over Police Court. tetter opportunity for coat selection will be offered this season than you will find at A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO., during this coat week, No Wooltex G J IW .1? 15- - oat Week 11 COME! COME! Who So Ever Will. Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The Old Reliable Barber. HENRV DUNCAN Office Hoars R.m to 12. l p.m. to 4. Office over Stormes' Drug Store J3. IT. "WAJITJER. DENTIST. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. 111 I! V I CoWI,I2 Th,HHLC MAidfcbnKi Copyright 1912 AULer of jj09 XgSo . 2?. W. AforrorV, Gxadnafe Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. . Mftkcn cf U ccmUx Cum TheH BUkCo., Coiir cm VWih W CrnhnillkHtwlC CoryTtiil9l2 TVH.B-.lC- o. BR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6 Opportunities of this kind are rare they do not knock at your door every day. In number of styles shown and in the proportion of especially distinctive models, the showing is now at its best. There is every reason for making your choice this week. The earlier you buy your coat, the less danger of being caught without one by a sudden chill. Besides, the earlier you buy, the longer service you get for your money. We emphasize the Wooltex coats in this showing, partly because of their beautiful styles, but chiefly because they guarantee you the sturdy service that you especially want in a winter coat. W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. H. J. PATRICK, All 1149-tf- Dentist. Work a SB Wooltex coats will not only last longer, but they are not so easily hurt by snow or dust or mud; they don't rumple and wrinkle so easily; and they don't require pressing so often. Come and see for yourself. When you find a coat that strikes your fancy, Guaranteed. Paint Lick, . Kentucky try it on. Wooltex improves with close acquaintance, and with long r iVU -- K. Denny, DENTIST & 300 Suits To Select From.. Twills, Cheviots and Mixtures, Velvets, Corduroys, Bedford -- rp nQ jq UiLTfJ Office trr Hurt Anderson's. Sue Bennett Memorial Mool. Admittedly one of the yerybestachpoEs Five Schools in one. 19 tiie State. Hrgb Many new and attractive styles of Wooltex jSuits at all prices from $25. to $40. Guaranteed in every respect for two seasons wear. Guaranteed not to fade and in every way to be satisfactory. ' .From the best New York makers we show scores of their frest Resigns in all the new materials and colors. These begin at $l.50 for a good all wool Cheviot suit, and range on up to $65. The materials are Mens Serges, New Rough Surface Yqu never had a better Jine to select from and prices never bought ypu better garments. VnllClS OOa tS. r-- . ' A great quantity pf styles and colors to select from and prices as low as possible for good garments. All sizes from 3 years to 14 years. Prices from $6. to' $10. Also a fine line of JUNIOR Coats for school girls from 13 to 17 years in many beautiful and entirely new desjgns. Special values at $8.50 to $10. We offer excellent rubberized Raincoats in greys and tans in all sizes at S3. Silk Canton rubberized Coats at $6. and at 810. we offer the best Raincoat ever made for the prjee. It is Silk Canton jnside and outside with rub ber in between and is first class in appearance and dura bility. Cravanetted Serges and Gabardines at $11.50 Childrens rubberized Satteen Capes at $1,75. "4 Scktd, Nsrnl School, Graded Sehoel Sckeel tf MkIc, Coaaerrial Sdwdi. London. Ky. J: m C. LEWIS, Prin. POSTED Tfae A. B. Robertson & Bro. She 2 DANVILLE, Jftwe 1)at Sells UJooltfx H'M-4-4hH44.4,4mH;4.- KENTUpKY- WSWffi8PSgggSgSgg 00vO 7 andersigrtfej Jiereby give warn- ing to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any ptrpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermea especially take notice. CS3333aC8SS3333 KaMaKrt&MaQ&Bti2EgttimglBBE& 44''H''t"'l?l'I'lll1jl GREAT ROAD. f ceS30SX8S32C&32CS32Ce3Ce OOOfrfOOOOt0ojOOOOMOCOO Jno M Farra Y? MliHS Mars S Ferguson WAjPrice EF Herring Higkway Te be Ceapkted by 1915. S L ftfcfa W S Embry The long dream of the automobilist, Mrs P W Kyinaird T A Elkin Lof a great national highway from the Dave Thompson W Sweeney J Atlantic to the Pacific suitable for the Z T Rice Jas Sutton tsse f motor ears a dream regarded Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels as higfity Utopian down to the present H C Arnold P 8 Anderson at last spears likely to come to the H C Hamilton, W G Anderson, tate of acfafci existence says the G T Conn L H Brown ?lizabethtown Views, In fact, the T W Conn I G Conn i4ebief promoters of the enterprise now Piigritnae Tobaco Cq. J G Clark Mrs Maggie Boulden Dc W Burnett ,pr&ct that it will be ready for formal .ppepingpn the 1st of January, 191, n C G Gay W K Learell Jtinie-fptfptorists to visit the .Panama Dunn John Boian E 35 G Hammock Mrs. Mackie MeGr&th Exposition at an .Francisco in their own cars. Sootb Thompson R. E. Thompsan The immediate .ste .leacjjpg jip jto T. M. Arnold, Jr. J. W. Simpson this probable conclusion ha.ve be.ep S. C. Henderson. J. H. Posey. the carelul nursing of Carl . Risfor Walker Bradshaw. B. L. KeHey. ec, of Indianapolis, who. in spite of alj R. L. Burton. X. W. Bradaharw. Of To Be j5$oire R Parsons 33d j& JjT B Price Raised For r uij-d- er MT. HEUUON sorts of discouragements, has at lastgot a start. Last week he succeeded fn the .automobile manufacturers Ed C. Gaines annual corn show Nov, of Indianapolis to guarantee the initial 25. fund for the work and the enthusiasm Master Charles Marsee is able to be has already extended to Detroit, where out again. the trade letters are pushing the enterMrs. Elizabeth Onstott is suffering prise with commendable zest. The highway as planned is to be a with her eyes. rock and the estimated cost is $1,000, Born to the wife of Mr. Willard of 000. The building of the road will be this place a fine boy. lefvtto the county authorities, with Mr. Jean Vanderpool and family have whom contracts will be made to commoved to Lock No. 8. plete the work within a certain time The typhoid fever patients of this and, according to ccrfajn instructions, locality are convalescent. before the materials are turned over, to them. The Fisher nroiect nronosea to Mrs. A. S. Dean returned Thursday raise the $10,000,000 from the' motor1 from a few days visit in Jessamine Co. industry by January 1, 1913, or within I A fine baby boy came to gladden the a niLie over two months. Manufacthome of Mr. and Mrs! B. McMillan on ures and 'dealers will be asked to con- tnbute'one'-thir- d 'of. one per cent of the 21st. their gross sales each vear for thrbe Mr. G. A. Bruce of Boyle was with years wiich;woufd provfde a(ffund great- fiiends and relatives here the latter ly ,in excess of t$10,0pp.6Q0. I'part'of'the week. pur-suading Miss Bejttie Scott will giye a pie supper Saturday evening Nov. 1Sth, for the benefit of jth.e school, everybody 3 envited. Mr. and Mrs, E. D. Lawson have returned to their home at Raven Wood Mo. after a three weeks stay with relatives here. Flagged Train With 1 Shirt - ' Tearing his shirt from his back an a train and saved it from awreck.butH. T. Alston Raleigh N. C, once prevented a wreck with Electric Bitters. "I was in a terrilbe plight when I began to use them," he writes, "my stomach, head, back and kidneys were all badly affected and my liver was in bad condition, but four bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel like a new man." A trial will convince you of tfyeir matchless merit for any stomach liver or kidney trouble, price 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Ohio man flagged Missouri, under the auspices of thg Missouri State Poultry Experjmpnt one white. COLUMN Station. In this contest a day for laid an egg Plymouth pullet over seventyrtwo consecutive dayg, which is probably a world reconj fqr dpaco below this beading is for tbe exclu- continuous Tfte highest sive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for individual record made during the first the sale of stocje. grain and such things on farm as Ike farmer cannot affo'd to adver- seven months of the contest was. 15J5 tise. 'So notice will fcp accepted over four eggs laid by a pullet The 12 highest lines, and will be only in two issues of the records for the first seyen months were Recobd, free of charge made by ppllets laying all the wayfrpnj from 156 eggs each down to For Sale: 35 ewes and one buck. Dudley Reed raised on the Col, Har$ George D. Robinson. Gibson ,'Ingleside"farm intheFayetta Some sows and pigi for sale. county, twenty acres of Irish potatoes J. A. Conn Jr. Lancaster Ky. which yielded 200 bushels to the acre Lexington House and farm for rent 2 miles which he sold on tha early market at an average of one dollar per north east of Point Leavell. 40 acres bushel. There are four brothers of this 10 of which to go in corn and the rest family, all farmers in that county is in meadow. Terms very reasonable Reed and all of whom are noted potato rais days. Call or write within ten ers. So there 13 as much in the "know-howW. C. Doty. as there is in the quality of tie contest land as many raise only half as nnch An interesting ' has been going on at Mountain Grove, on similar soil. FARMER'S egg-productj- " egg-layi- ng f '' i J5 I) ss5ae&2&ss;?ssfia !2S2aifi 3;i3Se3KS3S isss E 1 ESAiaESik THE CENTRAL REOOftD. We have just received a complete line of Picture Moulding and can frame up your Pictures at a very little cost. MOULDING We carry at all times a full line of Furniture, Garpets, Mattings, Rvqs, Etc. Give us a call and we will be glad to wait on you. A is&s&K&Kreww I m BE nder son &? m II La? I I FP r n r? SB 81 &$ ft e B &, & J V VI w c 8BBHBBH & G?ft U S3h aiyi e OF FARM AND TOWN PROPERTY I las lea I ypfayiu u 1 B- From His Point of View. "Stop that! Hands off! How do" you know I'm the passenger that stepped on your foot?" "I don't know it absolutely, but (biff) I'm giving you (biff) the benefit of the (biff! bang!) doubt." mmtmm&: &3mm& m ( COMPANY. ft m I '$. nflCP I P9 '4iiJ? LCd 9 8rQ!8,PH?!8C3 tv1 AT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. 7 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. S " ! First Sale Tuesday, Nov., 19th, 1912. Come to see us. 9 u i I M0XeiX(MXXXXX)3'GXOXXX f Made First 40 Years Aro Been First Ever Since k That's the history and the record on which has been established the priceless reputation of 'Twill Be Different With the Lady. A Cincinnati man has married a On account of continued bad health, 'woman because he fell in love with I will sell to the highest and best bid- her voice when he heard It in a talkder at Kirksviile, Kentucky, on ing machine. The case is not a remarkable one. He could stop the talkFRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1912 my farm on Paint Lick, creek 1A miles ing machine whenever he pleased. from Kirksviile. This farm is well improved and will grow Burley tobacco The Current Craze. to perfection. The farm is too well "A great many old plays are being known to need further description. fitted out with alleged melodies and Any one desiring to look at the farm sent out as operettas." "That's right can do so prior to the day of sale. I But they're going too far. I know of one actress who is going to star In a time and place musical version of the multiplication j will also at the same 'sell my ' table." CORN MILL AND HAGAN GAS0- LINE ENGINE Should Have Been Prepaid. all complete and as good as new: also Old Father Epicuremus, the philosoone pair of Pitless Stock and Wagon pher, has just sent us a telegram statScales. I will then sell the vacant lit ing that "some men's idea of earning on which is located said mill and scales. a living Is just answering a dinner bell." We should have welcomed the I will then sell my communication had the old gentleman RESIDENCE PROPERTY not sent his message collect. Judge. where I now live, and which is too we known to need any description. The A Great Building Falls property is known as the Dr. Middle-to- n property and contains about 5 acres when its foundation is undermined, and oi ianu ana on it a good dwelling and a if the foundation of health good diges y good store building all nec- tion is attacked,( quick collapse folessary out buildings, ice house, which lows. On the first signs of indigestion, has plenty of ice in it now, and a barn Dr. King's New Life Pills should be adjoining built to hold two acres of to- taken to tone the stomach and regulate bacco. This property is centrally lo- liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleasant, cated in the village of Kirksviile with easy, safe and only 25 cents at R. E. plenty of shade and water and the McRoberts & Son. house is fitted with modern water works, the water being pumped from SUPERB SERVICE a cistern in the rear of the house by a 1 two-stor1-- m at Kirksviile, Ky. s S I LOOK!! Now is the time to get your s Wlggs Discovered a sure way to keep friends. Waggs What's that? Wlggs Never ask them for anything. His Wakefulness Explained. He'll tell you his "Insomnia" Js very hard to bear, "Who sits at poker partiess with His legs wrapped round a chair. I W11TERC0AL " $ S 1 in before prices advance m s S again. p I Have the BEST. See me. g 1 m Jollying the Native. "I'm tired of Bticking to the farm," complained the country youth. "It is rather sticky," returned the city boarder gazing at the other's shoes. "Why don't you get the old man to have the farm paved?" Need of a Lower Tax Rate. "The BUUngtons have had to mortgage their grand piano to pay the taxes on their automobile." "No wonder Bllllngton is complaining that there are too blamed many achoolhouses In this town." Expects Too Much. "You aay Biffels is a great opti- 6. BAILEY. m s 5 t CMIxeMxx)& "The Kind That Lasts" gestions and color chart. Manufactured bv Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt Incorporated -- jiZ. Mastic Paint gives a hard, jjlossy, 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 sug- I I, "t li,5'j Co. Louisville, Ky. B.E.1 gasoline engine. We have a fine school building and and the facilities for education will be first class. Those having children to educate 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 contains about 4 acres and is the best known property in Kirksviile. It is known as the Elliott 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 hoursoflOand.il o'clock A. M., on Friday, November 15, 1912. Remem-oe- r the date and be on hand. Terms made known on day of sale. er Three Elegantly Equipped Through Trains mist?" "Yes. Why, he never cuts open a cantaloupe without hoping to And Will Be Operated Between Jacksonville And Cincinnati By The something seeds." else inside it besides Queen & Crescent Route One Entirely New Train. Official announcement has been made by Mr. W. A. Beckler, General Pas- "Senator, you say you never learned much Latin?" "Enough to worry along with, I guess, In my business. I early mastered the meaning of 'per diem.'" Natural Tendency. "I see where a woman tourist landing here had some trouble with her All Wo Needed. NOTICE Y JAS. R. HENRY and H. C. Pope. Kirksviile, Ky. in T8APP11S. tall you how acd p.jbettprlrei. Writ. for trtekly price lift and ref erencei. "Wa mm 3 We Write Anv Kind of M.SABEl&SONS XAJfcLaillBf AW. Dealers In Furs. HUocffesI EtUblIbtdl656. Fl I R.S " "' senger Agent of the Q. & C. Route, of very material improvment in the Florida service for the coming season. An entirely new through train modernly appointed will be put into operation between Cincinnati Ohio and Jankson-villFlorida, on Sunday, November 24. The new train will prove a great convenience as it serves the traveling public along the route at entirely different hours from the rest of the trains. This new special Florida train will leave Cincinnati daily at noon and will make the trip in twenty-fou- r hours On the return trip the train will reach Cincinnati daily at noon. The precise schedule has not yet been officially announced.. Dining cars serv-th- e best products of the market will be provided for the entire rout. On the same date bs above the "Florida Special" will also be put. into operae, chowchow dog." "Naturally. A dog of that kind Is bound to get Into a pickle." Putting Blame Where It Belongs. "Is your husband crazy over baseball, too?" "Ob, no. He Inherits It He had an uncle and a cousin that were unbalanced mentally." 1912 MALARIA headache, biliousness, in- digestion, pimrMes, rheumatism. INSURANCE 4l tion. Qffice at National Bank. BgAgLV a? CJQLMER Qffice o.?r 1.ig Rational Bank of Lancaster, Ky. kXMV'fw w.wrM.wrr Phone 27. r n, hoieia Posts KILUQiiS OF Ve-i- r 8:10. P.M. And as usual the It will leave Cincinnati daily at go "Cincin-natji-Chica- overv raisers. were saved from cholera and other diseases during the hot weather by the use of Hogs gmS Posttry DOLLARS to nonltrv nnrl liner Last year thousands of W Qdli The Greatest Chs&a Preventive Knewn HSHiS GOD'S MEDICINES V Compounded according- to the Original 5s Exclusive Formulas & Beoipes of Charlie White-MooThe Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for tho treatment of human, ailments, Endorsed in tho Eiblo. Thousands of Testimonials. the Groat Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for tho Human. Skin Onlyl Ask your druggist, or write COM-CEIi-SAK, put it pit until they keel over. Givo rt to them njw mixed with food it regulates the work-)ncof th bonls. dis- cholera raid other eorm3 TChich cot Into the system with the food or drink. rs Prevents and cures tho cholera, but don't A Cal-SIn- Q and another for hose, packed in metal cans, can't dry up, Ioso strength or spoil like others and costs no more. It is all modictne and Guaranteed too. Written to be understood and Given free to live stock owners, our 60 page illustrated book, by our consulting Veterinarian, showing how to know nnd showine how to euro diseases in Horses, Cattle, Sheep, Swine and Poultry, together with over U Cal-SIn- o Remedies, including Our Guaranteed remedy for Kng Bones, Spavins Splints or any bony enlargements. Powtiar for poultry Limited" will leave Cincinnati daily at 8:15 A M. This will give three of the finest trains in the nation to Florida traffic. This supberb has been provided in order to take care of. the greatly increased passenger travel to the sunny south during the bleak winter months in the north. It might be stated in this connection that the Queen & Crescent Route is offer ing very reasonable tourist rates to Florida thereby giving opportunity for those of moderate means to realize along with the wealthy the joys and healthgiving advantages of the land of flowers. Any ticket agent will gladly give full details as to schedule and rates. blotches, yellow complexion, etc., are all signs of poisons in your These poisons blood. should be driven out, or serious illness may result To get rid of them, use EH TAXES are now past due. Please call and settle same at once and thus save further cost and trouble. Bedford's Black-Draug- ht I f the old, reliable, purely vegetable, liver medicine. Mrs. T. H. Easier, nf Spartanburg, S. C, say$j " I had sick headache lor years. I felt bad. osi o! Thed-ford- ls the time, I-Jaq&Braught, and rjM I feel better than vmen I was 16 years old." Your druggist sells it, in 25 cent packages. How to Tell Skin On Fire? Just the mild, simple wash, the well known D.D.D, Prescription for Eczema, -.. and the itch is gone. A trial will prove it. "We have sold other 'remedies, for sKin trouble but non rtliaf Mf dwA guarantee as we can,ithy,,,KIX remedy. If the flrstregulAir sw W. bottle does not.- do'x&tfty 'a3 we say, It will not " - id M CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N RESORBIHE TfceCowboj Herbalist ORIGINATOR OF S CHEYENNE REMEDIES INDIAN SOPE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N -- :V & SCIEXCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky eVaBaM for C. C. & THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) Baltimore, McL, U. S. A. G. T. Agents wanted in other towns. ' J. E. st Stormes, Lancaster, Iy. by Insist on Thedforff Ballard . R. E. MRoberts & Son. Sheriff Garrard County. .iIm r iT . ( k :?? " -- 1 ?T -?- - -..- .. - MiE jCITJPtAi. RfiGORQ, . . - Jl3g35g5322Ss22S MIL rlPFf ffwTTir 1913 5-Passenger K Touring Octr, 2 -- Passenger ftfll hIl L Roadster, $950. . The Above Prices Are For The Cars COMPLETE. serviceable automobiles, and an enviable reputation for building the 1913 Line represents the best efforts of this mammoth organization. The success of the past season when the entire output was sold early in June is evidence of the quality of the BUICK product and an indication of what may be expected for 1913. No car at any price can give more real motor car value. BUICK has established high-grad- e, MAHAN & CONN, See these cars on exhibition at CONN'S GARAGE, 4th & Main Sts., Danville, Kentucky. Automobile Supplies carried in stock. 1 j Repairing done promptly by skilled and expert mechanics. ENDORSED AT HOME. Any DON'T BE BALD Nearly Anyone May THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Such Proof As This Should Convince Secure a Splendid Growth of Hair. iy Unwilling to Disturb Her. A majority of the men are willing to permit the mannish girl to be her own man. 40dFA&sT,cifi!B'm'&mKrijmi B. F. HUDSOtf, President. 5 J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. ORGANIZE!) xSSg. Capital $50,000. A. R. DENNY, Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. Cashier. r. R. T. EMBRY, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. ganawil D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. I MJ V WO 1, Jt &I iiMHHBBiHMHiHHrHMBr3VTB7iHTTTZvYaB For sale by C.C.&J.E. Stormes, Lancaster j, M. Aietcau. raint IjIck, jvy iMcause Insure with me, because cur party affiliations are .the same. with me, because I have.the largest agency" I do not sy. iBut I do say, 'tfnqune with me, because I cap,plftc,e your business oldest and moat tifeeral companies in thecquntr,yt the same price jou are paying for proteetion.in an;jnfer.ior com,pny. Bot-sflf-- chard." Wien J ask "Insure with me usd to go to school with you" Idcnofcasy, ".Insure with me, because we attend the same MY SELLING you POINT. to insure with me, I do not say, I do Office Citizen P. NationaltBank. F?. Fr.-Sib:i.e(- , Lapcaster, .Kentucky. We have a remedy that has a record Te Idea for Poultry Raisers. of retarding baldness and promoting Electric food and water heaters are The public endorsement of a local hair growth in 93 out of every 100 cases U L,AJUASTK, JvY. said to increase liens' egg laying powcitizen is the best proof that can be where used according to directions for ers and to prevent poultry diseases CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. produced. None better, none stronger reasonable length of time. That may due to cold food. can be had. When a man comes for- seem like a strong statement it is, and W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. we mean it to be, and no one should ward and testifies to his addresses his friends and neigh- doubt it until they have put our claims Catarrh Sufferers AstonW. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., bors, you may be sure he is thorough- to an actual test. ished We are so certain Rexall "93" Hair ly convinced or he would not do so. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. Telling one's experience when it is for Tonic will eradicate dandruff, act to Booth's HYOMEI, the Soothing Healing public good is an act of kindness prevent baldness, stimulate the scalp the Germ Distroying Air Gives Instant that should be appreciated. The fol- and hair roots arrest premature loss of J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs lowing statement given by a resident hair and promote hair growth that we Relief. Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. of Lancaster adds one more to the personally give our positive guarantee1 many cases of Home Endorsement to refund every penny paid us for it in If ypu already own a HYOMEI hard which are being published about Doan's every instance where it does not give rubber inhaler you can get a bottbe of entire satisfaction to the user. Kidney Pills. Read it. HYOMEI for only 50c The complete Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is as pleas outfit, which includes inhaler, is $1.00 Frank Hibbard, Water St., Lancaster, Ky., says: "My experience with Doan's ant to use as clear spring water. It is and is sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son Kidney Pills has been such that I do delightfully perfumed, and does not on money back plan. With every bottle of HYOMEI comes not hesitate to advise their use. I had grease or gum the hair. Two sizes, 50c. weak kidneys. Their action was irreg and $1.00. With onr guarantee back a small booklet. This book tells how ular and often painful. My back pain of it, youcertainly take no risk. Sold easy and simple it is to kill Catarrh ed me. It was then that I used Doan's only at our store The Rexall Store. germs and end Catarrh by just breathing MM-- mA 3$ R. E. McRoberts & Son. into the lungs over the Catarrh infected Kidney Pills. They fixed me up in good shape. The pains left it and mv membrane the powerful yet pleasant antiseptic air of Eucalyptus from the kidneys became normal." Sample of Ingalls' Satire. 9-- TH-r ., P-For sale by all dealers. Price 50cts. A Many years ago, when Senator In- inland forests .of Australia. This book n Co., Buffalo, New York. galls was in the senate, oleomargarine tells about the HYOMEI vapor treatJLASDBlvHT was a bone of contention. The debate ment for stubborn Catarrh, Croup, sole agents for the United States. OffRPL&WOP Ramember the name Doan's and led Ingalls to utter one of those epi heavy Colds and Sore Throat, and other M grammatic sentences which made him interesting facts. take no other. r'j , famous. "I have never, to my knowlf7 ' i'2. No dirt no bolter, and vnen cace Jfi&rQacigiwuuG3' edge, tasted oleomargarine," said InKM Ihey make a thoroughly Wisdom of Childhood. galls, "but I have stood in the pres" African Dwarf Elephants. roof, nether of which caa r uv aad The following composition on men ence of genuine buter with awe for its An English official in Uganda claims Is credited to a little girl: "Men are to have seen a herd of dwarf ele- strength and reverence for its As to price they cat no more than a what women marry. They drink and phants, the existence of which has good wood taisjjb. end is some place they cost ouch Bmoke and swear, but don't go to often been affirmed by natives. When put en 26 years ago ate as good as new today, and have never needed repass. church. Perhaps if they wore bonnets recently seen the company consisted they would. They are more logical MI-O-of from 30 to 40 individual elephants than women and also more zoological. Apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia meandering in solitary fashion over a Both men and women sprung from Banishes Indigestion plain. The pbseryer was most astonished at the weak defenses pffered by Sourness, Fullness, Beldejng, and al monkeys, but the women sprung further than the men." their bodies. NpnB of them had "a tusk pf more than ten kilograms in' weight Stomach Misery Disappears in Fj? A dead member pf the flock was afterMoney Back Remedy for Minutes. ward foupd, the tusk pf which weighed " eight fcjjpgrapjs. Dandruff ''Tried them all", you say, "and npt pne cured."? Wejl, you haven't tried Falling Hair and Scalp Itch. R. E. Stoinach Tabfets or you would Porto Rico's New Wonder. is Authorial to Guarantee it. not be botberecl witjj stomach troubje From far away Porto Rico come Perhaps you bought a box and took of a wonderful new discovery Nothing will do mqre: if affer usjng as well as the, presept-Yqthat is believed will vastly benefit the one or two and then let the rest stand, two bottles of PARISIAN Sage you don't always people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Barce-onet- forgotten, in the cupboard. don't think it is the finest and most tq have a s,rpaj writes "Dr. King's New Make no mistake; if you will take hair tonic arid, dressing you doing splendid work here. Discovery is Stomach Tablets regularly you ever used -i- noney back. Can ypu beat business. Th.en prepare It cured me about five times of terrible can forever end all stomach misery and that offer? yourself for a big "one coughs and colds, also my brother of a have a stomach aB strong and vigorous Young women who neglect their tem.-ple-s, Open an account at tjie severe cold in his chest and more than and as able to digest the heartiest meal grow old before heir tjme. If Garrarp Bak Trust 20 others, who used it on my advice. as the best stomach in America. your hair is thinning at the, temples: if Co.. and et used dointf We hope this great medicine will yet be If you suffer from Indigestion, Dys- it is losing its natural color, fading or business as big business is dpne. Besides ap appoupt jiptp sold in every drug store in Porto Rico." pepsia, Gastritis, Catarrh of the Stom- turning gray, put your faith in PARIFor throat and lung troubles there is ach, or any Stomach Misery R. E. SIAN Sage and you won't be disapIs a money saver in many ways, A check, eosts you only nothing better. A trial will convince McRoberts & Sop is authorized to pointed. Large bottle 50 cents atR. E. two cents to mail. What does it cost you to send the cash? you of its merit. 50c & $1.00. Trial refund your money if you are dissatisfied McRoberts & Son and dealers every& rfQtle free. Guaranteed by R. ,E. with the results obtained from Girl with Auburn hair on where. IJUcRqbezts & Son. . Price 50 cents. every package. fellow-citizens, Lancaster Citizen. Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- r. t ..1 "- -l 111 storm-proot fM' Foster-Milbur- W&Zf ft few '"'.' J '' SHINGLES. .y'lJr'iyjyr' fire-pro- of leu-Roo- fs Na bt rts MI-PrN- A re-por- ts to-da- y. Look Tq life Future u x-p- ept a, ML-O-N- . MI-O-N- A. The Garrard Bank Trust Company ( 1-- m v ,.. - I. - it in r - - ii lira n r r- T" - - "" " , -- ... .,. ..,. , MM tm, 4 LZy2jE2nS2-3T3LTn- 2 NTUALLY You'll' Buy Your Dry otJUllo JSLi Ready --To --Wear "walks. Apparel Of are sure to find out BfLJ3L'' Not alone because of Not alone because of the high quality of our goods. ar?xi.x.i.Xo that-Thi- s the excellence of our store service. Not alone because of the importance of our Sure Satisfaction Guarantee. is the Store that Satisfies. Not because of any one of the features will you decide to trade here but because of the combination of them all you I The .MWI .'. ecus 42E?ttjt?XS&U&r&J&S' WutSEP 2 JJ5TE& SXTTi,. ercantile Company. their many friends in this county. Mrs. F. S. Hughes and little son have been in Paint Lick with Mrs. Hughes parents Mr. and Mrs. James Francis. Mrs. and Mrs. Frank Hubble have returned to their home in Somerset after a visit to Senator and Mrs. R. L. Hubble. will spend the winter with her Miss Allie Arnold. THE SUCCESS. ISiiSiife- " I , II ,fi2ZESEfflES2X''iI sister Arnold. Gaines corn show Nov. 25. Card Of Thanks. PlPfl) f . II ! . II III yf imiiw i i rrri- iiriiTiif inr "ii ar ff ESsi Gossip About eopie ' i. t ?kis:L "-- , "E i A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Vr't Are Interested In. Ullili h Roller Bearing Throughout. Lightest Draft Spreader Made. Let us show you its many good points before you buy. Complete line of Heating and Cooking Stoves. Quick ' Set of ware free. Meal Range, best on earth. Misses Mattie Adams and cousin Mrs. M. D. Hughes was a visitor in Mary Clark Engleman of North Dokota Danville Monday. are in Stanford the guests of Mrs. Miss Minnie Gulley was the Sunday Engleman. guest of Lexington relatives. The Mary Walker Price Chapter of Mr. Theodore Currey made a busi- the U. D. C. will meet Monday November 11th. at the home of Mrs. Jas. ness trip to Louisville last week. A. Royston in Hill Court. Mr. Ben Jennings of Illinois, is here Mrs. W. R. Burnside has returned to visiting his sister Mrs. G. T. Ballard. Mrs. Mildred Beazley is in Stanford with her sisters Mrs. M. K. Kirby and visiting her daughter Mrs. Wm. Hays. the Misses Kinnaird. Miss Annie Herndon is at home again Mesdames Charles Wright and John after a visit to her brother in Louisville. Buness of Carrolton Missouri have been Mrs. J. B. Soper and Miss Bessie recent guests of Mrs. Ann Robinson Brown spent a few days with friends and other Garrard relatives. in Richmond. J. B. Casey and Miss Ida May Sparks of this county were united in marriage Miss Elsie Zimmor is visiting her brother Dr. Charles Zimmer in Pomeroy at the parsonage of the Baptist minister Rev. 0. P. Bush officiating. Ohio, this week. Mrs. D. M. to her cousin Mrs. Richmond Friday. Barbourviile after several weeks spent J. R. Mount, i" i Son Co. fifilj imMMMMMm mMMMMMiMl You Are To , whether you are to USE a Flour made from Clean, Wholesome . Wheat or one made from Cheap Wheat with ail its impurities. Our is made from pure WHEAT by Scientific Milling. We have added a COAL YARD and can sell you some of the best quality of Coals at low Prices. Your orders are appreciated. Glen Li JSL vrW Garrard Milling HigJiraUiraUH Go. li iiljlMjiiMj:rlllJlJlJlllMi pi! s' t- -s It's Pretty I Tough Luck 1 and then have the bottom drop out of the thermometer. Don't have that hap Coal Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. to be out of - pen to you. Order us to send what coal you may need now If you shouldn't need it, the coal will not Ispoil. You'll have use for it some time anyway. ": V W. O. Home Phone Rftney Punerah Director and Embalmer. 33. Office Phone 18. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph complimented Lackey left for a visit J. W. Caperton in Mrs. Howard Rice of Richmond, Indiana by entertaining her at a handsome dinner at'the Hotel Kengarlan. Miss Mary Chestnut is in Lexington Mrs. A. Howard Rice returned Saturfor a stay with her sister Mrs. John day to her home in Richmond Indiania Woods and family, Mrs. G. T. Ballard and Mrs. Tom after a stay of several weeks with her Mr. and Mrs. James Ware of Knox-vill- e Ballard were visitors in Danville the , Mother Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury. will arrive this week to be the j Miss Margaretta Smith who is nursing guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McRob-ert- s. first of the week. Elder F. M. Tinder is at home from : Miss Louise Terry at Paint Lick, company with holding an interesting revival in motored to Lancaster in Mrs. Wilburn Morriss has returned to Dr. W. L. Carman for supper Sunday j Wilmington Ohio. her home in Birmingham. Alabama, evening. after a visit to her nieces, Mesdames Miss Dove Harris of Danville spent Mrs. George Ballard gave a sumptu- R. L. Elkin and J. E. Robinson. Saturday and Sunday with her sister ous dinner Saturday; the honor guests ta Mrs. S. H. Anderson. Winfred B. Scott who died at his were Miss Amanda Anderson and Mrs. home in Danville last Saturday age 52 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ballard and Miss Elizabeth Tomlinson Burgess of A years was a native of this county. Annie Bell Ballard spent Sunday with Bryantsville. widow and five children survive him. relatives in Cartersville. Mrs. R. L. Elkin was hostess of a Mrs. W. B. Mason and daughter Sue Yantis Morgan of handsome dinner Sunday complimentary Mrs. Bessie Paragould Arkansas is the guest of her to her aunt, Mrs. Wilburn Morriss, of Shelby left Tuesday for Cincinnati aunt Mrs. W. J. Romans. Birmingham, Alabama, and Mrs. Robert where they were interested spectators at the play, "The Garden of Allah." Mrs. J. G. Carpenter and daughter Ware of Hopkinsville. Miss Norma Elmore is the guest of Miss Josephine of Stanford were visit Mr. and Mrs. Woods Walker returnors in Lancaster Saturday. ed Tuesday from Fayetteville Tenn. Mrs. Lowry Bairde in Shelbyville, and Georgetown Miss Sarah Dainel has returned to where they attended a "house warm- from there she will go to ing" given by their friend Mr. J. R. to visit her friend Mrs. Dr, Coffman. Paris f fter an enjoyable visit to her Smith of Birmingham Alabama. and George M. Patterson Mrs. friend Mrs. John M. Mount. The Woman's club held its regular daughter Miss Helen Patterson Miss Mr. James G. Conn of Wilmore Fffip Rismifi and Mr. Georere Grow came over from Wilmore to cast his midweek session on Wednesday afternoon in the annex of the bank; Mrs. motered to Nicholasville for a short ballot for Wilson & Marshal. Emma G. Kauffman presided and the visit. Reverend Bell of Nicholasville, filled Lancaster Public Library was given Miss Charlie Elmore proved a gracious the pulpit at the Presbyterian church further consideration. little hostess of a hallowe'en party Sunday morning and evening. consisting of a dozen of her girl friends; The Chautauqua Circle met WednesAlex Francis of Rolling Fork. Miss, day afternoon at the home of the Misses the usual games and hallowe'en is here for a visit of a few days with Gill; "Social Progress", and "The nnstimM together with delicious his mother Mrs. Edna Francis. Situation in Europe during refreshments made the evening a round Industrial Mrs. Elizabeth Denny is at home the First Quarter of the 18th Century",-wer- of pleasures. interesting study themes of the after several weeks stay with Mrs. The belles and beaux of Lancaster, occasion. Mary Kauffman in Hustonville. met on Halloween evening at the Miss Mary Arnold left Saturday for hospitable home of Miss Kathleen Mr. and Mrs. James Yeager of Tulsa arrived for a visit to Pittsburg, Pennsylvania where she Walter and enjoyed many pleasant Oklahoma have hnnrs. The future of a number was predicted, and much laughter and in viting refreshments made the time pass rapidly. Thp Misses Grant have received in formation of the accidental death in Texas of their young cousin Hugh leaves a Marshall. The deceased young widow and three little sons. Hp was the son of the late popular Congressman James W. Marshall of Craig City, Virginia. Thp C. W. B. M. Auxiliary held its customary monthly assemblage Monday v. ... .. .:n. i i? afternoon at we onnsuan cnmai, wn.u Mrs. William Burnett serving as leader in a vprv interesting oroeramme, the session being chiefly in the nature of an "Fhn Meetiner" ot the ureac National Convention at Louisville. University of Prefecott, of Mpsars. W. T. Woolfork and family, Michigan, testified before John C. Woolfork and Mrs. Jennie Murphy of Lexington; Mr. T. L. wan .the Food Committee of Congress, of Ironton O. Mr. Victor Stone and mother of Somerset, Mr. and Mrs. acid of grapes held highest Charles Denman of Nicholasville, Mr. rearticle of food he regarded John and Dan West of Jessamine an,d Mr. Kinnaird Warner and wife of sults from baking cream of Stanford were here Sunday to attend baking powder favorable to health. the burial of Mr. T. L. Broaddus. I e Another one of Garrard county's Mrs. Cleveland Rose is in Stanford good women has been summoned to visiting Mrs. J. C. Eubanks. join the great majority. Mrs. Louise Mrs. David Chenault is in Richmond Arnold breathed her last at the Pattie for a visit to Mrs. Kit Chenault. A. Clay Infirmary in Richmond at 6 E. M. Walker of Covington is here o'clock on last Saturday afternoon and her remains were brought to Lancaster visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Walker. on Monday, where after funeral servicMiss Nannie B. Herring is in Stan- es by Rev. F. M. Tinder they were ford visiting her brother and his family. placed at rest beside her loved ones who had gone before in the Lancaster Miss Allene Bourne is in Stanford for cemetery. Mrs. Arnold had suffered a visit to her sister Mrs. W. K. Warner. three paralytic strokes and for many Mrs. H. L. Wallace recently had her months she has been seriously ill at sister Mrs. Adelea Woods and daughter the home of her son Joseoh H. Arnold in Richmond. Mrs. Arnold was in her of Stanford as guests. 74th. year and was the widow of the Mrs. E. L, Owsley is at home after a late John L. Arnold and for many years, stay with friends in Louisville, Lexing- in fact until her fatal illness seized her ton and Nicholasville. was a resident and one of the most Mr. J. B. Terrill and Huguely Shear- highly respected women of Garrard er of Richmond, were here Sunday the county. Before her marriage she was Miss Louise Evans, daughter of Mr. guest of the Misses Prather. George Evans of Madison county. She Friends will regret to hear that Mrs. was the mother of seven children, four Martha Evans Lusk continues very ill of whom, George T. Arnold of this at her home on Stanford street. county, Mrs. Thomas Best of More-lanMrs. W. J. Romans and guest Mrs. Mrs. Dan Scott of Jellico Tenn. John Morgan of Arkansas, are with and Mrs. George T. Farris of this place, Mrs. W. A. Carson in Stanford. have preceded her to. the Great Beyond, J. E. Elmore is in Athol Ky., where and Mrs. Lester Wilson of Lula Miss. he has been given a good position with Mrs. Charles M. Norris of Frankfoit, Ky. and Mr. Joseph H. Arnold of the Mason and Hanger Company. Richmond, survive her. Mrs. Arnold Miss Kate Reid of Beatyville former- since her early girlhood has been a con ly of Washington City is with her member of the Christian church. sistent friend Mrs. J. A. Amon for a visit. d, We desire to extend our thankB ta our relatives and friend3 for their kindness and sympathy shown us in the death of our husband and father, Thomas L. Broaddus, we also wish to thank Rev. F. M. Tinder for hi3 consoling words and J. A. Beazley for the efficient manner in which he conducted the funeral arrangements. Mrs. T. L. Broaddus and family. V youxl FIND IT IN TflJS COLUMN. D 2. Ed C. Gaines annual corn show Nov. Boarding house for rent. Mrs. Hallie B. Sweeney Bryantsville Ky. tf. For Sale;-7- 5 bushels blue gras3 seed, apply at Garrard Milling Co. For Rent: ton Street. ll-l-4t. House and lot on LexingMrs. Susan Fisher. Strayed to my place about 3 month3 ago, a sow. Owner can have same by describing property and paying for all charges. ll-l-- 3t Ambros Adams. Buckeye, Ky. Broaddus. Thomas L. Broaddus departed this life on the evening of Nov. 1st., at 8o'clock, at the age of soventy-thre- e years and two months. He is survived by his wife, who has been his devoted helpmate for fifty-on- e years, and an only child, Mrs. Will Mrs. Lear, and two Ross Bastin and Mrs. B. C. Rose. He also leaves four brothers, Messrs, Elijah, Wm, George, and B. M. Broaddus and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Lane, and Mrs. B. L. Kelley. Mr. Broaddus united with the Christian Church at Bethel in his early manhood and was a most faithful member. To the request of his mother on her dying bed to keep Bethel up, he was true and loyal, and although the old church as well as its weakened in member-shi- p building, he was ever its support, never moving his membership, and the last active work he did was to help grand-daughter- For Sale A splendidly located country store, one of best stand in county, stock about 3,000. all new and clean. Also comfortable new dwelling adjoining. Noah Spainhower, Point Leave!!, Ky. Turner Floyd's Admr. Garrard Circuit Court. PJfT s, VS. Notice. Monroe Flovd et a!, Defts, All persons having claims against the estate of Turner Floyd deceased will present same to the undersigned properly proven on Nov. 18th. 1912. All claims not presented will be barred. W. H. BROWN M. C. G. C C superintend its rebuilding three years ago. BakinoPowder MUhfiOualitiestoHod Prof the the Pure the tartar Royal and with as Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartan i. -- that rank as an for the last Having been in thirty years, he bore his suffering with uncomplaining fortitude. He loved his relatives and friends devotedly. Being a general favorite with all, his advice and counsel was frequently sought on many matters and on every occasion, he displayed sound judgment and always closed his remarks with an admonition to do the right thing. The rule of hi3 life was to stand for the right, if he had to stand alone. This is exemplified in the fact that after the Prohibition party became recognized a3 a party,he never When remonvoted any other way. friend, who told him Office Phone 31. strated with, by a Residence Phone he was losing his vote; he smilingly answered, "I've never lost a vote, they LANCASTER. KY. are all recorded up yonder." The remains were buried in the Lancaster cemetery, Sundey afternoon at 2:30, short services by Rev. F. M. Tinder in the presence of a large number of sorrowing friends, who were there to pay the last tribute of respect and love to this good man. To the bererved family, we can only say, Trust to your Heavenly Father for help during these dark hours; for life at its greatest length is but a brief span, and were it not for the promises of a joyful reunion, where pain and sorrow and seperations never come despair would envelop us. But so short is the tenure of life, and our pilgrimage here so brief, that the tirno of parting, and is only a the reunion for little way off. Tenderly he was loved and cherished Growers of What we Sell. and now may we cherish his memory by a reflection of his example of living in Write for free Catalogue. No Agta. our own lives. th J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmed TREES Fruit & Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus. es Phlox. Etc. Rhubarb.Peonies. Ros time-etern- al Gainea corn show Nov. 25. LancasteiyKy. Wanted 282. Sam Good Wanted: To buy 10, 000 bushels millet seed, send sample. Jas. D, Shelbyi Junction City. Ky. fresh milk cow, phone il-l-- at H.F.Hillemneyer & Sons; Lexington, Kentucky. Johnson Sr. ik 3 --. it, .. ALABAMA. 'bft.labHma, "the initial state in the Solid Sooth gveqsilier twelve electoral votes to Wilson &;MarshalI. ARIZONA Indications are Wilson Will carry lias 3 electoral Arizona by 5,000,-Sh- e ' "fr votes. ARKANSAS ma&BjAoue in tWjwWwin jbsat ihe 3emocratic3Krarinee .came .oat victori ous and thereby adds 13 votes to his columns. Roosevelt will probably carry California with 13 votes, Illinois with 29, Iowa 13, Kansas 10, Michigan 15 and Washington 7, while President Taft will doubtless be compelled to be con tent with 5 votes Rhode Island,-- from Utah, 4 from Vermont and 3 from -- jse Senator Elect Ollie James One Of The Greatest Men In When Marcia The Nation. Came Home 'HOGGING OTF" No ISTJCTICH. mmmim Better Way tp Fatten Swine With Profit to Owner Than to Turn Them Loose in Field. I I oooooooiMjmiiito nnnntiiucHwo .! ! 4 Washington. "Old Arkansaw" with 60,000 popular Conceding the above figures to be votes and her 9 electoral votes goes for true, and they are approximately so, Wilson, Gov, Wilson will go into the elecCOLORADO. toral college with 421 votes, Roosevelt Colorado comes into line with her six with 37 and Taft 16. Necessary to a choice 266. The states of Nevada and votes for the democratic ticket. New Hampshire are still in doubt, and CONNETtCUT. Indications are that Conneticut will in several other states the results are give Gov. Wilson 5,000 majority with liable to be changed by later returns, as for instance the state of California Taft a close second, seven votes. in these figures Is "conceded to RooseDELAWARE. returns indicate that while Delaware contributes her three velt, maylater it, however no poscarry Wilson electorals to the Wilson column. sibly chance can materially alter the FLORIDA. ultimate result, Gov. Wilson is already Florida, another of the Solid South, in undisputed possession of over a hungives 40.000 plurality along with her 6 dred electoral votes more than what votes in the electoral college to Wilson. are necessary to a choice. Our figures GEORGIA. and reports are secured from the most Georgia next contributes 14 votes to reliable source possible, and they are Wilson and 30,000 plurality, while subject to slight change, approximately correct. IDAHO. Idaho chips in with her four elector-a!- s Hon. Emmet Puryear was elected to roll up the Wilson column. without opposition to the office of INDIANA. Commonwealth Attorney of the 13th Indiana with her strong Bull Moose Judicial district. He will make a good preference and strong state tickets in record, we had hoped to run his picthe field comes across with 100,000 and ture but couldn't get hold of a cut. her 15 votes to swell the Wilson vote. KENTUCKY. House Of Representatives. And there stood "Old Kentucky, "ready with her 13 and more if she could have had them for Wilson. LOUISIANA Louisiana goes for Wilson, ten votes in the College. MAINE prohibition stronghold, gives her 6 votes to Wilson Maine, that rockribbed MARYLAND 255 Democrats Republicans 94 Progressives 6 Districts Unreported 80 Total Membership 435 .... ... ... with 7,000 plurality. "Maryland, My Maryland" votes to the good. eight A CASE OF REACTION By JEROME FOLEY. "Were you sick yesterday?" asked the tall commuter as his neighbor setMASSACHUSETTS Massachusetts elects a legislature tled into his accustomed seat in the that insures the unseating of Senator smoker. said the neighbor as he sat "Well," Murry Crane and sends a democrat to down rather carefully and drew out succeed him, and contributes her 18 bis pipe, "I wasn't really sick. I had votes to the Wilson column, with 60, what my grandfather used to call 'a O00 plurality. crick In my back,' but it was an obligMINNESOTA ing 'crick' and disappeared about 10 Minnesota a supposedly Bull Moose o'clock. "And then," said the tall comstronghold swells the democratic colmuter, "you JUBt hung around all umn by 12 votes. day." Mississippi "No, I didn't; I really had a fine Mississippi, a prize member of the day," returned the "I Solid Soute gives WHson, 105,000 along don't remember having felt as satiswith her 10 votes. fied with myself in a long time as I did last night. It was a pure case of NEBRASKA Nebraska, home of the "Peerless virtue having Its own reward, too! I Leader," William J; Bryan contributes 'did something for somebody else.'" "You talk like the hero of a Rollo her 8 votes to the democratic landslide; book," said the tall commuter, "and if you keep it up I'm going in the next 'VNEW JERSEY New Jersey gives her favorite son a car." HIb hearer grinned. "On the level, safe plurality and sends her 14 votes to I had a bully time. I gave my little .swell his victory. girl a present a present there was NEW MEXICO no reason she should have got." New Mexico, one of the twins, starts' "You don't have to have a reason life right by giving her 3 votes to the to give a child a present," grumbled Wilson column; the tall commuter. "The child herself is reason enough." NEW YORK "Well perhaps " assented the .New York, the famous battle ground, other, "but nevertheless nine people the hinge upon which all presidential out of ten have a reason for giving elections turn, gives her entire 45 vot even a child a present. It is Christes to ixcv. wnson, togetner with a mas or it is Easter, or it is the child's rousing 200,000 majority. birthday, or the child has been sick and you give it a present because it NORTH CAROLINA was decent enough to get well and The old "Tar Heel" state contributnot blight your remaining days by dyes 12 votes to democratic success and ing on you. Any of these are legitia 25,000 majority, mate reasons for giving children presents, but I didn't resort to any of NORTH DAKOTA. North Dakota is next in line and them. "If your little girl got as much out contributes her 5 votes to Gov. Wilson. of the present, as you seem to have OHIO. done, she is lucky," said the tall comOhio, Who'd a thought it? Home of muter. President Taft ges for Gov. Wilson "It was this way," said the bearer by 200,000 and .gives him her 24 votes. of gifts. "Her doll fell and fractured its face beyond hope of recognition. OKLAHOMA. Oklahoma comparatively a new state It had been a handsome doll in its day. One of Banta'B choices prodibut decidedly right, gives 10 votes to- ucts, and the howl Hope sent up as ward democratic success. she gazed on the fragments of its smug waxen face would curdle your OREGON. Oregon adds to the glad tidings with blood. Now the usual mode of proher 5 votes and a plurality of 5,000 for cedure when a little girl has been bereft of a really handsome doll is to democracy. tell her how soon it will be ChristPENNSYLVANIA. mas, or that her birthday is the fifThe vote in Pennsylvania is erceed- - teenth of the month. My wife did ingly doubtful, a republican stronghold j .both." ''Did she bite?" asked the tall comSHice 1860, Wilson and Taft are neck and neck with the odds decidely in muter, "Not so y.ou could notice it," said favor of Wilson securing the 38 elhis friend,-''an- d .then I had my Inspiraectoral votes, tion. I went rigfet .down to the village SOUTH CAROLINA. and bought her the most stylish thing Soute Carolina gives Goy. Wilson a in wax you ever laid your eyes on, and majority of 50,000 over both of his op- I hadn't waited for Christmas, or New ponents ami contributes 9 electoral Year"e, or the Fourth of July, either. "You did the hadsome thing, I must votes to his suscess. Admit, said the tall commuter, gen.SOUTH DAKOTA. erously, suppose the younger Like its sister state North Dakota daughter was I pleased." the issue is doubtful as yet, but the "Pleased'" gaA itfco proud parent. dds are in favor of Goy, Wilson se- "Pleased doestfi expreBS . N .other curing her 5 votes by a slight margin. doll ever got the reception accorded this one. I wouldn't have missed buyTENNESSEE. ing it for a farm. Well, we're in the Tennessee adds her quota to ihe station." ttlde and sends ner 12 votes to swell "go we are," agreed the other. "Say I guess iH bring my boy home a pair Ahe Wilson victory. of roller skateB tonight v TEXAS. (Of Raiting, for his birthday. ain, a scarce, uui welcome thing instead No reason all In bat country caused a falling off in Bhould stay whyy.our the good feeling at end of the block, the vote in Texas, but they gave their Is there?" usual 175,000 democratic plurality along with her 20 votes for Wilson. Common 8ente. The election of a democratic legislSenator Cummins said in a political ature insures the election of Morris argument in a Dee Moines club: "A little common sense would do Shepjierd to succeed Joseph W. Bailey wonder here. It's astonishing what "inithe JJ. S. Senate. common sense will accomplish. We VIRGINIA. ought to rely more on it "In a trial one day there was a dis.Wilson.catried Vaginia by a major-ut- y 35,000.over.both opponents, in- pute as to whether a certain woman of creasing Bryan's majority of fouryears was drunk or insane. A witness testified that she was drunk. But the tago by.,5000 votes, contribRting.12 lawyer, sneering at votes to the democratic column, this witness, growled: J'.'You are no alienist, no mind exWEST VIRGINIA. VWest Virginia followed the bent of pert. Yftt jrgu, dare to claim that you the parent state and contributed her can tell the iplQtarence between Ineight electoral votes to the democratic sanity and druR&nieea?' ' 'Sure, said the witness. column. " 'How?' scoffed the layyer. "" WISCONSIN.. " The , next kornlng? the witness The race between Taftan.d Wilson haJl-iherin- fe -- yer, but his clients are all the men as long as weather is suitable. They who work in tre forests, and the should not be turned In until the corn women why they are the wives of has ripened. Farmers Bhould not those men and there isn't anything hesitate to try this method of pork to do, and I won't go- back so don't production, for It has been found entirely practical. ask me, Connie don't ask me." For two months Marcia lived in a whirl. Her mother, joyous at having SUITABLE SHELTER FOR HOGS possession for a Httle"while of her youngest, girl, loaded her with gifts, Some Kind of Protection From Inand at garden parclement Weather in Fall and ties and tennis events, and golf tourSpring Is Important. naments, robed exquisitely in rose color or in white. When the hogs are turned out to She dressed Baby Margaret like a pasture In the spring or fall they doll and took her with her. To- need some kind of protection from gether they were petted and praised. the weather, and a shed, such as is "And if I were up there with Phil," shown in the accompanying illustraMarcia said 'o Connie, "I should have tion, is very convenient, therefore, spent this summer listening to the the American Culti Our own dear OUie did his part toward electing frogs croak and the chickens sing." to have,It says be made any sUe de vator. can "You would have shared Phil's sired, but if only Wilson and Marshall. He is perhaps the greatest caiu hopes and sorrows," said Connie. five feet long andabout six feet wide, four feet high. It "Oh. Marcia, isn't he lonely?" can be more easily handled than if paigner in the Nation and his speeches were praised "He doesn't say so," said Marcia, larger. evasively. It is composed of in every state where he spoke and drew crowded Two weeks later Phil came down boards spiked to 2x4 studding roofing at the to fetch his wife. combs and eaves, with the back gable houses. He is one of the recognized leaders of the "You are coming home with me, boarded up and the front one left Marcia," he said. an party and will help dictate the policies, and the Ken- "Why?" she looked at him in sur- with shedopening as is Indicated. have A like this Is very nice to prise. "I thought you knew I wasn't for sows. They can be given the full coming any more?" tucky patronage. "That is what you said, and I thought I might let you have your way. But I'm not going to let you take your life in your hands. I promised to love and protect you. My duty to my child places upon me the same obligation to love and protect her I haven't any right as a husband and father to let you stay here." That night Marcia talked it over with Connie. "Do you think I ought to go back?" Shelter for Hogs. "If a man loved me," said Connie, S,(. .' V- f- S ''.f! K!(y .V;..X.&fiSirWX?&x& "as Phil loves you, I would go with run of the pasture or lot, allowed to select their own nesting place, and him to the end of the world." "That's what I thought," said Mar- then, if desired, the shed taken to cia, bitterly, "when I married Phil, the nest and set over. It should always stand in such a but romance dcesn't survive long when you are up against the hard way as to afford the most protection possible from wind and storm, and things of life." Philip Ames took with him an un- court the sunshine, and often a bun willing wife. The trip on the train dle of straw put inside will make it was a silent one. Only little Mar- mqre comfortable, and repay the care garet prattled of the return. "Are required to keep the inmates warm the pussies and the chickens expect- and dry. ing me?" she aslrd her father. "Yes, and the pine trees have lots of things to wh.'8per in your ears. Don't you know when the sun is setting how they whisper, whisper, and sing lullaby songs ?" "Yes," said lUtle Margaret, "and The cry is for hogs and then some. that's the time when you always tell Keep the sleeping places dry and mother how much you love her." clean. Marcia, llsten.ag, felt her heart Kindness beats gruffness in getting leap. That had been one of Phil's work out of horses. little ceremonies in their temple of Scours in pigs is an indication of in love. At sunset he would take her in digestion in the mother. his arms and say, "Another day is Your horse may intend to please ours, dear heart." you, but does not understand your When had he stopped? She re wishes. Try to arrange to give each horse membered with a shock that it was she who had rung the knell to ro- on the farm a three weeks' vacation mance. It was she who had been im- on grass. patient of his caresses. It was she Farming on a business basis ellm who had, one niht, interrupted his inates small mules just as it displaces sunset litany to Fay, "Another day of small horses. Sheep, if given half a chance, and toll and trouble another day of loneliness." if of good, healthy stock are sure to After that' he lad not kissed her at pay their way. sunset. After th t he had withdrawn The levelness with which a horse a little. After tlat he had worked ' walks is one of the best evidences harder and more doggedly. Suddenly : that his legs work in harmony. the reason of h's incessant laboring Sweet clover and alfalfa feed heavdawned upon hr. Did he think she ily on the lime which accounts for wanted an easy life more than she the larger growth of young stock. wanted romance, and so he had enAfter a day's work clean the work deavored to give it to her? horse thoroughly, wash their legs Their horses were waiting for them from the knees down and rub dry. at the station. They drove through Don't leave the sheep in a dry, short Our popular Congressman is again honored by the long aisle of the forest pasture. Give them a chance in a The pussies were at the door to fresh pasture, or give a good grain Margaret. the greatest victory ever given him by the voters of meet the horses, The man drove away ration. past season has seen more with the maid who had The .greeted them ttrned and went into beef on the marjeet thap ever begoes ov;er the 10,- - the house to sene the evening meal. fore, as the feeder has recently taken ghtji jnajority Philip looked at his wife. "You up the silo. are home again, Marcia," he said, Beginning In the fall, the hogs may gjjnpjy. "Will ytju try to believe It bo run on winter wheat and oats, fol000 mark. Is 'for the best, and not blame me lowed by alfalfa, and vetches In the J0p'much?" early spring. itw H iifcai iii Suddenly she raised her face to his. A small flock of vigorous sheep on KLUHHrwXjKYiV "The sun is setting," she said, tremu- the farm if given good care cannot lously, "kiss me.'L'hil.'and forgive me. ijelp but yield gqod returns for the J didn't know; I 4dn'jt know.." money 'invested. He took her in his arms and bent 'The most successful of his face to hers, and she heard his today are the men 'wnp realize the whisper of fierce rapture, "Another great value of pasture crops aa a NOW ON SALS day is ours another day of love, supplement to grain In growing and dear heart" fattening hogs. Marcia-appeared one-Inc- h There Is no better way to fatten hogs with profit to the owner, than to turn them loose in the cornfield and let them pick the corn them- - ass , selves. This is what Is called "hog- jging off corn." PHONE S29-It has been fonnd in experiments Office over F. G. Hurt s fnrultuf e store. (Copyright. 1912, by Associated Literary by the Minnesota Experiment station Press.) by practical farmers in all parts Lancaster. Kentucky Bald and "Don't tell mother," Marcia of the state, writes A. R. Wilson, sutensely, "but I'm not going back." Constance looked at her in amaze- perintendent of the Minnesota Farmoooooooqooocooio&poooxj ment. "You're not going back," she ers' institute, that this method of fattening hogs is a profitable 3ne. gasped. Every farmer who has tried it agrees "I'm tired of it all, and I've told that it is an economical method of Phil." rattening pork. The time required to of QUALITY. de"How could you?" her sister husk and crib corn is saved. Not only manded. "He loves you, Marcia." i f "Oh, I know it, but love isn't every- that, but the hogs get the corn when It is fresh and more relished. No thing, Connie. I thought so when I married Phil, and went up there in wonder, then, the station found that the lumber regions and tried to live more pounds of pork could be made his life. And you know I've tried to from a bushel of corn by "hogging be happy, but I'm not used to that off," than by eating husked corn. All that is necessary to make the sort of thing. And as for baby you plan a feasible one is to obtain LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. know how I want her to have everything that life can give her, and she enough fencing to inclose a small area of corn. It is not advisable Will Practice in all Sraie Court anf cannot up there." "But how could you tell Phil? to give the hogs a large field to run U. S. District Court. In at the outset. There will be too What did he say?" OfHce over Police Court. Phone 194 "He he didn't say much. He just large a waste. Twenty pigs weighing 100 pounds each, or their equivalent, looked at me in a puzzled way." "Oh," Constance cried, "how can should not be allowed to run on more than an acre at a time. On the averyou do such a thing, Marcia?" "Because," Marcia panted, "because age, an acre of corn should last three (Successor to Dr. R. 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