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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 15, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912111501_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 15, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISRED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. ' LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15 1912. Gaines corn show Nov. 25. L & N Grows NUMBER 32. I WEgfEgSESSEKS Gaines corn show Nov. 25. Colored Teachers Association. Look Out, Game Warden Means Business. Liberal. s A COMPLETE LINE OF Heating Stoves, Cooking-Stove- s and Ranges, Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire Backs and Fire Brick. Anything You Want in The colored Teachers Association of The Louisville & Nashville R. R. Co. have notified the directors of the re- Boyle and Garaard counties will hold a cently completed hospital in Paris that session in Lancaster on next Saturday 16th. An interesting contribute $500. toward the November they amount would programme has been prepared. institution and that the be immediately'available. The gift was Dean. presented through Sup't W. H. Ander son. Mrs. Bertha Dean Wife of Mr. Millard Dean of the Bryantsville "Lou" On The Job section died very suddenly last Friday evening. Coroner Jones was summoned .. Mr. L. C. Hopper left Monday for Danville where he will again be and empaneled a jury who found that connected with the Danville Tobacco she died of cerebral appoplexy. Mrs. Warehouse Co. in the capacity of book Dean was a native of Kansas. She is keeper. There is not a better book survived by her husband and two small keeper in Kentucky than Lou Hopper children. The remains were intered at and he is sure to see that the people of the Fork cemetery Sunday afternoon. his native county get a square deal Confederate Pensione Being Allowed. when they take their crops to his house. The State Pension Board is in session Bad Wreck Near Paris. at Frankfort and Agent Stone has On last Friday night fast train No. prepared a select list of 610 names of 32, Knoxville to Cincinnati ran through those who are thought to be in most an open switch near Paris. The engine urgent need of relief and this list will ran against a tree and was demolished be passed upon first, taking them in order. Among those the baggage car was wrecked and the alphabetical En- - already passed upon appears the name badly injured. first two coaches gineer Lemon of Covington was killed of Squire Geo. P. Bright of Stanford. ' and his fireman badly bruised andscald- - The board will continue in session until ed and the baggage master and one of all applications are passed upon. the porters were Daaiy cruised. ine A Big Stake. passengers escaped without injury. ! I I Agent Quincy Ward of the new Fish and Game Commission has issued warrants against several citizens of Chiles-bur- g in Fayette county, charging them with killing rabbits out of season, he is said to have been aided by detectives sent there for the purpose. He has also taken out ninteen warrants against the Phoenix Hotel Co. charging them with having quail in their possession for sale. The hotel people claim the quail came from Indiana and that they did not know they were violating the law in serving them. Mr. Ward seems to mean business and he should have the moral support of every true sportsman in the state in his efforts to uphold the game laws and to give back to the state the fish streams and game preserves which have so long been a joke. Caught Red Handed. IBumiliS llMHiifiiaKiiililliMliliiiaH A & mm I a U t S --T P Changes In Residence. Guns,Ammunition,Hunting Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph and sons have taken rooms at Mr. Samuel Cotton's on Lexington Street and Dr. William Burnett is occupying as a residence the rooms vacated by Mrs. Joseph; Mrs. Hallie Dunlap has moved from her temporary residence at Mrs. Margaret Marksbury's to the residence which she recently purchased of J. M. Logan on Lexington street and Mr. W. F. Champ is moving to the property recently purchased by him on Water street from Bro. Tinder and Mr. John Holtzclaw is moving into property being vacated by Mr. Champ. Tobacco Coming In. The Montgomery County Fair Association of Mt Sterling Ky. has inaugurated what they call the "Kentucky Special Suckling Colt Stake". They offer $3500. in premiums, divided into twenty monies, and is for 1913 foals. Nominations are eligible now and the stake closes Jan. 1, 1913. This is the largest single colt stake ever o ffered and the cost of entry is only $10.00. Some of our Garrard county horsemen should make entries. Application blanks may be had by writing to W. Hoffman Wood, Mt. Sterling Ky. Who's Who? Chief of Police Herron received information on last Saturday that some white men, ostensively horse traders, were engaged in selling liquor about town, upon investigation he found they had left in the direction of Stanford; he pursued them and when in the vicinity of the Fair grounds he came upon a local colored man with a freshly purchased pint of whiskey, which he said he purchased from the suspected parties, pursuing investigation a little further he came upon the men whom he arrested and found in their possessiUsing the on four quarts of whiskey. colored man as a witness he brought the men to town and took them before Judge Harris who fined them $40. and costs. They gave their names as Jim McClanahan, who claimed to live near Mt. Sterling and Richard Bailey, who did not lay claim to a permanent T0 fHiiaiilEiMfraiiiTaiii V E Moores, Florence and Coles 1 Air Tight Heaters. Haselden Brothers Desirable residence for rent. MMMEWiWMMMMWM Fair Warning. The open season tor the killing of quail begins today, BUT conditions are not as they always were, everyone indiscriminately cannot go out and kill everything in sight just because it is open season. The formalities of the law must be complied with, you must secure a license, this is a mere matter of form, with a small expense attached to it, it is true, but far better to incur this small expense than have some stranger accost you in the field and de mand to see your license, and when you are unable to produce it, arrest you, bring you before the county court and have you fined; or probably take your name and have the next grand jury indict you. This is exactly what is liable to happen, for Agent Ward over the has his emissaries at work known only to himstate, many of them self, and verily the way of those who violate the fish and game laws from now on will find it rough sledding. Get your license and keep it with you. That is what all of the Eighth Dis- Live and Let Live. BfisnroBO Lancaster, Ky. fcSE&sxssse&sscssiss I TT 3E2 "TOT open for business and several small the Mecca of those who would partake crops have already been received. Mr. of the pie allotted to this district. Jake Grau who was with Mr. Speith They go over to "pay their respects" here last year, has arrived from Louis- to Congressman Harvey Helm. Howville and will be here during the sea- ever, it is a much mooted question in son in the capacity of Assistant Mana- the minds of many people as to just ger. Both Mr. Speith and Mr. Grau who is going to have the dispensation are well known to tl e growers of Gar- of the patronage in this neck of the rard county and are very popular. woods, whether it will be Congressman The light showers of last week made it Helm, Senator James or whether Prespossible to strip out a few small crops, ident Wilson himself will do the disbut the majority of the raisers are pensing. Unless this question is setgiving their attention to other branch- tled, it will be hard to predict just who es of farm labor and are waiting a has the best chance. good rain before attempting to handle Election Returns Canvassed. their tobacco. The County Board of Election Commissioners met on last Friday afternoon and canvassed the returns of Garrard county. The result shows the following vote:- - Wilson 1232, Roosevelt 1054, Taft 478 For Congress Helm The Faithful Of Garrard County Not Be1239, Dinsmore 1011 ; For Judge Court of hind Those Of Neighboring Counties Appeals Judge John D. Carroll 1231 and trict office seekers would like to know. Just at present Stanford seems to be The Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse is Old Hickory WBffBBi 111 eBH il I Fall Goods We have received and have on display a complete line of A for Commonwealtl's Attorney Puryear received 1232 votes. In the National race the prohibition ticket received 19 votes in the county, the Socialistic labor ticket 7 and the socialist ticket 1. The board is composed of Judge L. L. Walker, republican Mr. J. F. Robinson and sheriff Geo T. Ballard democratic, DolanTo Get New Trial. Thomas F. Dolan who wa3 recentlv convicted of voluntary manslaughter in In Their Anxiety To Partake Of The Soon To Be Cut Pie. Wagons Are made better, run lighter and 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- FOOT WEAR. ments in the Fayette Citcnit Court for the killing of Patrick Mooney a hotel keeper, has been granted a new trial by Judge Kerr. The judee bases his onininn in setting aside the finding of the iurv in the recenc trial upon an alleged imnroner remark made by one of the jury. The trial in which Dolan was convicted was his fourth trial, three trials the jurvs failing to agree and the fourth he was convicted by a jury summoned from Jessamine county. L. D. Shearer, for merly of this place gave evidence as to the improper remark alleged J to have been made by one of the juryman. Camden Not A Candidate. Pie has been fed to the politicians from time immemorial, but for many years it has been confined to the republicans, the democrats having to content themselves with less dainty diet But after sixteen years they are again eligible at the counter and the faithful democrats of Garrard county are making their demands, all with more or less certainty of success. Col. T. B. Robinson will, we under- last longer than ever before. Our prices are. right. Hon. Johnson N. Camden of Versailles, who as Chairman of the State Campaign Committee did such splendid work in the recent campaign and whose efforts were in a Jgreat measure instrumental in bringing about the splendid . democratic victory in Kentucky, will not be a candidate for United Sta'tes Senator to succeed Senator Bradley, for Governor nor for any other office. In answere to a rquestJon propounded to him by a Courier Jour nal representative, he had the follow- Ladies' Suits, Goats and Dresses A look will convince you that we can save you money on anything in Ladies ready to wear garments. We buy these lines from the very best Manufacturers in New York. We take great pleasure in showing you through. If we havn't what you want we will order it on approv- ing to say; "I am not a candidate, and, what is more, I do not intend to be a candidate for United States Senator or any other office in the gift of the people," he 'said. "You can make that just as strong as you want to. 1 have no embition along that line. I would not exchange my life on a Kentucky farm for any official mansion. "Furthermore," continued MrS Cam-de- r, al and get it for you in a short time. V m H. )T. ? MB x LOG AN. s "among those who doubtless will be candidates I have no preference Gov. McCreary and former Gov. Beckham seem to be probable entries in the race, while Congressman Stanley and former Congressman David Smith Igom large as dark horses. They are all good Democrats and actively supported the Democratic ticket in the last campaign. May the best man win. I have no choice." i stand, be an applicant for the Collect-orshi- p tt Danville to succeed Winston Wiseman. If several of our exchanges be correct, Mr. Robinson will have to Complete contend with Messrs Logan Wood, Col. R. G. Evans, Judge Chas. R. Mc- CO Dowell of Danville, Editor Shelton O Sauflev of Stanford, Frank Ripy of Lawrenceburg and Paul Goddard of Harrodsburg and John B. Nichols of Danville, all of whom are prominently 55 mentioned for the place. Among the announced applicants for the Lancaster post office are Messrs Joe. R. Mount, E. P. Brown and Judge M. D. Hughes. Any of these gentlemen would prove acceptable to the patrons of the office. Mr. Mount is the senior member of H the firm of J. R. Mount, Son & Co. in hardware dealers, and is a clever gentleman. He was Chairman of the County Campaign Committee and to him is due a great measure of the success of the Wilson ticket in the county. Mr. Mount ia an "original Wilson man", and hag heen prominent in democratic politics in the county for ca several years. "Eph. "Brown needs no introduction to the people of Garrard county, everyone who has ever visited Stormes' drug store knows him. He is an affable, accommodating and deserving young man and not wholly unacquainted with the duties of a postmaster, having served as assistant postmaster under the Cleveland administration. We gave a brief mention of Judge Hughes in the- last issue of the Record, w As for clever Tom.mie" Robinson, H there is scarcely a person in the county that is unacquainted with him, and he -3 has assisted in the fighting of the democratic battles jn Garrard county for so long that he will have the unanimous backing of- - his own county for. gpooo the office he seeks. W. o o o J. ROMANS. o 3 r w iine of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods AN INVITATION Come and bring your friends to a dem- IS onstration of the goodness of the Trade Mark Package Goods of the In-er-se- al i i o NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY and of Other Lines to be held in our store SATJJRDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd. 8 There will be an opportunity for sampling many new varieties and also interesting suggestions for serving attractively. - THEO CURREy. i- u utopuyjg swoHajpiM. snoinej jo aun eidmoo t 4 $ y ?5EWS9SWSJKBS955Ka OCBXX33&2a3X33&& &&3&&&&&0S -- .- yjs 3k4, u Ail We are showing a &&s&&&$p&$&&$ Ii rswSS.:? a 9 v o nn .m hi a 0 v AND in ALL WOOL Blue Serges 9 o a great line of Men's Suits at $ 0.00 and $ 5.00. These suits are 1 1 mi well made and Finely Tailored. a a o Unequalled Values For The Price. Convince Yourself With a Look. I a o & JAS. ag3$xx$&8& Mag-strat- e, s ct a v c o v o o :424 v Wl ili O JlvJL X JLX 1912-191nt-x- I I fl House J over-flowin- Of I Qualify. iiii&2&zyWvi!Wtx.i:E atm cKsacCF&oaSH3Kia&aacKMi g Our old gimlet eyed friend Smith We are authorized to announce that he proposes to be a good listener, Opening Sales Postponed. WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- to give the matter long and careful Urton, of Pollard, Ky., paid this office istrate in the first district of Garrard consideration, but further than that he a call last Monday. We knew this The Danville tobacco warehouses have incorporated. County, subject to the action of the declines to vouchsafe any informaiion man when he was in hard times, but announced their first sales of the t 3 season for Thursday 1.00 a year. democratic partv. Issued Weekly. but he tells us that- - he is today on the on the subject. All of which November 21st. we shady side of easy street, having reWe are authorized to announce Ship-to- n strengthens us in our belief that an cently inherited an enormous sum of GREEN CLAY WALKER. EorroR. have elected to the presidency H. Estes as a candidate for Prof. M. D. Hughes, a fine gentlein the first district of Garrard unusually able man and one whom we money. One can well believe it, for man and a Democrat in all, that the county, subject to the action of the believe will make us an ideal president. when he paid up his subscription ar word means, is an annlicant for uost- Entered at the Tost Office in Lancaster, Ky., democratic party. rears to the Record he flashed a roll f master of Lancaster. He would fill the In the meantime, the president-eleMail Matter. as Second-Claswill hie himself "far from the madding greenbacks as big as two dollars worth bill admirably and there are thousands We are authorized to announce crowd", on board the yact of a friend of lettuce. This dazzling monetary Member Kentucky Press Association 0f frjends of the elegant old 'wheel Charles C. Becker as a candidate for and Magistrate in the second district of he has sailed for the Bermuda islands, outburst, sudden and unexpected, as-- 1 horso of Democracy." who would like Garrard county, subject to the action where he will recuperate from the toundeu and blinaeu the entire oliice th hnve w;ionn appoint Eighth District Publishers League. of the democratic Dartv. stenuosity of the recent campaign, and force. No man was ever more liberal him when the Democrats come into incidentally hide himself from the horde with his money than Smith Urton. He their own. Richmond Climax. Lancaster, Ky., NoTember 15, 1912. We are authorized to announce Tay- of office hunters. states that he will shortly come into lor T. Burdett as a candidate for MagThanksgiving. the undisputed and lawful possession istrate in the second district of Garof someteing like; one hundred and Let's Beautify The Town. President Taft, Gov. McCreary and rard county, subject to the action of Rates For Political Announcements the aemucratic Dartv. ninety thousand dollars as an addition- the governors of the various states completed Contractor Moynahan has al inheritance, and that he expects For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .5 5.00 the massive pillars which are to be the then to tour the entire United States have issued their usual annual procla10.00 mation setting Thursday November 28 We are authorized to announce Davis foundation for the water tower; they or County Offices in a high power motor car, accompani th as Thanksgiving day. In view of 15.00 Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate For State and District Offices are made of concrete, set six feet in 10 in the first Magisterial disUict of Gared bv a coterie oi dashing sports as the peace and plenty which holds swav For Calls, per line county, subject to the action of the ground and six feet in diameter rard dead game as he himself is. 10 in the land, the occasion this year For Cards, per line the democratic partv and seem as solid as the rock of Gibshould be celebrated with more than For all publications in the interraltar. The steel frame work that is 19th usual solemnity. est of individuals or expresThe American people shrink instinc- to go on the top of this foundation tosion of individual views, per tively at the mention of war, not from gether with the tank proper will be National Fox Hunt10 Worthy Colored People Wed. Hne fear, for they are admittedly the best over all 16G feet in height, towering 56 Annual Meeting Of 05 soldiers in the world, but because of its per line Obituaries, feet higher than the cupola of the Prof. Joseph H. Burns and Elizaers Association In Session At Crab J disturbing influence, because they pre-Ifcourt house. beth Pel man were made man and wife neace:, but if the stern necessity is There should be some manner of by Rev. Silas Crawford on Thursday Orchard. For County Judge. forced upon them, well, their prowess light on the top of this structure, evening. The groom is the efficient The Nineteenth Annual Meeting of principal of the local colored school We are authorized to announce Clay- is a matter of history. So it is in all and it has been suggested that a reton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- the walks of life, the dread of a thing volving electric sign be placed there, the National Fox Hunters Association and the bride is the daughter of Joseph ty Judge of Garrard County subject to is worse than the actual thing itself, upon which should be inscribed "Lan- opened at Crab Orchard Springs on Pelman. and both are highly respected the action o" the democratic party. the suspense gets on the nerves, the caster, The Land Of Now". This sign Monday morning under auspicious colored people. waiting, premonition creates in ones could be seen for a distance of many circumstances and bids fair to be the We are autherized to announce brains things which are almost impos- miles. The question may arise, "why most scuccessful meet in the history of Marlsbury-NevraaJames A. Beazley as a candidate for sible, and thus the prelude to the oc- should this be done?", and the ready the organization. Over 200 guests Lexington papers give notice of the County Judge of Garrard county, sub- currence is distorted until it is fa' mswer is because advertising pays, from all over the United States and marriage of Mr. W. I. Marksbury and ject to the action of the Democratic worse than the actual occurence itself. ind surely a town and county with the Canada are registered and the Miss M. E. Newman, which took place party. Mr. Underwood and other democratic limitless resources which we have attendence is swelled by as many more in the Parsonage of Calvary Baptist leaders are proclaming the necessity should be advertised. People many who journey there from day to day from for a special session of the new demo- miles distant seeing this sign would adjoining counties. The finest array of church, Rev. T. C. Ecton officiating. For Sheriff. dogs and horses ever gathered together The brides homes is at Forks of Elkhorn cratic congress for the downward reWe are authorized to announce C. A. vision of the tariff, and for the con- naturally be struck with the inclina- on a like occasion are there. AH of the Ky., while the groom is tve son of Mr. tion to want to see Lancaster, the town Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of sideration ofother important measures. Garrard county hunters are there with W. D. Marksbury of the Marcellus Garrard County, subject to the action Now let us see. who can call an extra that had gone to such trouble and ex- their dogs and are sure to come away locality and was born and reared in pense to mark its location. Then when of the Democratic party. session of congress? Why the presi- they come, let us have something to with their share of the honors of the Garrard countv. dent and he alone has that power. please their eyes, let us make it worth meeting. Hayden Leavell of Lancaster We are authorized to announce Turkey's Scarce. And what does our president-elec- t say? their while to come. Beautify the has been chosen as one of the Judges of Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff the meeting. The opening of the bird "I hear that Mr. Underwood and others of Garrard county, subject to the ac- favor an extra session." Just so, our town; let the good ladies have their season today (Friday) will furnish The near approach of Thanksgiving brings to mind the fact that the turkey own sweet way with the park, anil we tion of the democratic party. president-eleis hearing a great many guarantee they will make of it a thing additional sport for the guests in crop in Garrard county is unusually We are authorized to announce W. things these days, but he seems to be of beauty. Then in the matter of attendence. as the country around Crab short and the birds aie backward and a and goodly per cent of them will net be on L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard a firm believer in the adage that '"'tis lighting, the town could surely be Orchard abounds with rabbits a wise head that holds a silent tongue." lighted in a much more efficient, and . birds. The social features are being the market until late. No buyers are 'county, subject to the action of the and he is allowing the others to do the surely in a more artistic manner than given marked attention this season, the as yet in the field, with the exception democratic party. . talking while he as he expresses it, "is me present last century manner in annual hop taking place on Wednesday of Mr. Northrott, who is buying all ii a good listener." All of which goes to vogue. Several merchants around the i evening. Manager Willis of the Springs that are brought to him. The prevailWe are authorized to announce W. S, Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of prove that our newly elected president square have expressed their willingness hotel is doing his utmost to make every ing price in adjoining counties where Garrard county, subject to the action is a man of considerable capacity. The to erect new and modern light stands one feel at home and to insure "the they seem to be more plentiful, seems downward revision of the tariff is the at their own expense, these stands to comfort of his guests; to be from 12 to 12-- i cents on foot. of the Democratic party. very thing which our friends the en- have ornamental as well as highly efemy have all along threatened would ficient clusters of lights. Let others Ralston-RalstInformation For Federal Pensioners. For Assess. be our undoing, .and the handling of follow in their lead and we will have On Tuesday Mr. James P. Ralston On January 31, 1913 the various penWe are authorized to announce Dave i the tariff question ;s indeed no joke; one of the prettiest little towns in the as a candidate for Assessor it is a problem that has been wrestled country. Next, what about those con- sion agencies throughout the United secured license and on the same day at C. Satnlers of Garnud county subject to the ac- with for a long time, and it probably crete walks about the square, are States will be abolished, and beginning the Baptist Parsonage was married to Rev Bush offwill be some years before ;t is adjusted they to be built, aud when? The city with Feb. 4th. 1913 tjie pensioners will Mrs. Mattie F. Ralston, tion of the democratic party. iciating. The bride is 37 years of age to the complete satisfaction of every- is surely doing j ts part toward improv- be paid by check sent direct to them and is the widow of the late Harvey We are authorized to announce Mr. one interested. ing the town, all is being done that the from Washington D. C. They will not Ralston, who was a brother of the NomiE. B. Ray as a candidate for the Now the tariff question js a good means at their, disposal will permit; have to go through the formalty of ex nation of Assessor of Garrard County, deal like war, there ja more in the pre- they are making every except groom, and is a daughter of Mr. W. P. .effort to give ecuting a voucher as heretofore, Anderson of the White Lick section of subject to the action of the .democratic monition than in the actual occurrence, us an inexhaustable supply of good in cases where they are sent penalty this county. The groom lives in the party. envelopes, that is upon the receiDt of aud if there is to be a downward revise-io- pure water, they are putting the of the tariff, or any attempt to streets in the very best possible con- his November check, if the pensioner is same neighborhood and is a son of the . We are authorized to announce J. late W. I. Ralston and is a highly resCollier as a candidate for the nomine handle the tariff question at all, it had dition, they are making every effort to sent a penalty envelope as has been the pected and thrifty young farmer. tion for assessor of Garrard county, cost tcome unheralded. There is at make Lancaster a law abiding town, custom heretofore, he will execute his subject to the action of the democratic present in this very time in this country and in fact are making every possible voucher as he has always done and for Mr. Hudson's Gondition Unimproved. a large element that would gladly wel- effort,Jand are actually giving us an ideal ward it to tjje pepsion onice, put if he party. : come a panic, simplv.because they have administration. Now The condition of Mr. B. F. Hudson behooves the receives only his check, and no enveU We are authorized to announce W. j predicted it, attd while there is not the citizens themselves to it ope, he will pot haye to execute a vou- shows no improvement, and while imbibe some of L. Hoffman for a candidate for assess- slightest possibility of such a thing this spirit of progress, to do something cher before he receives his Feb. checfj. there js no immediate cause for alarm, sufor of Garrard county subject to the coming Xo pass, thet6 ? no necessity of on their own account to add to' the However, all pension certificates must; yet he S a very sick man. He is action of the Democratic party. giving ithem an .opportunity t,o say "I beauty and progressiveness of the be carefully preserved", as, upon the fering wjth neuralgic pains and extold you so," town. Everywhere about the town receipt of your check it will be necess- treme nervousness, and is confined to If the tariff is $o he revised, let it be new and modern houses are going up, ary for two witnesses to endorse upon his bed and ias a nurse in attendence. Fir Sctai jSttperintendaBt. done without so much preliminary talk, premises are being beautified and thp the back of it that the certificate has Mr. Hudson js one of the pioneer busiWe are authorized to announce Miss for this reason; if it be rjrmcuftd tiia't residence streets fast putting on a been exhibited to them, before you can ness men of the commqnity, and one pf Jennie Higgins as . candidate for the tariff board or congress jjitqd to have the check cashed. In the event the most highly respected apd influenSchool Superiatendant &r Garrard take up and revise the tariff .op any metrppplitan appearance. Let's get the certificate is lost, pensioners must tial citizens of the county, and his host busy on fiie square and keep pace with county, subjeet to the action of the certain article, such as wool, lumber .or jfte'.improyem'entB in progress all about make application to the Commissioner of friends are sorely grieved at his ill Democratic party. speedy recovery. anything else, the eyes of the world are ius. is all that is neces- of Pensions for a new one before time ness and hope for his Postimmediately turned to that certain art- sary, Aypr.vh.ody puu' together, the cost for the sending out of checks. For Jailer. icle, and as a natural result an uncer- will POt fall heavv.otn'any' jfodivdual, masters are not allowed to forward Thanksgiving Proclamation By The We we authorized to announce Jack tainly as to the result is created, an everyone paying fifa part ja.n.d' doing letters containing pension checks. Kentucky, Of 1912 Governor Adams as a. candidate for Jailer of Gar upcerigmty as to exactly what that his part, the expense to eah one wi,ll These checks will be sent o the last FRANKFORT, KY., Nov. 12. -- Gov of pensioner, and in the rard county, .subject to the action of article .is jjping to be worth, and a be nominal. See how mush our splen- known yfalJUig off in its price, at least did school system has benefitted the event y,op jvgnt 'your pension check ernor James B. McCreary today issued probable Che, Democratic party. course means a town, think how much more benefit is senttpanew address, no'tivce .of tiie the following Thanksgiving Day procla temporarily, should be giyen the loss to some one; thsgfore, if there is to accrue from the increased school mation: We are authorized to announce Dave "Wjjlj loye and veneration, we of Pensions Washington D. p. to be tariff reyisiqn, the fewer facilities which we are soon to enjoy. d Sose as a candidate for Jailer of preliminaries the better. Let your business house and its sur Such notices of change of address should offer praise and thanks, to God county, subject .the action of Another thing. about .our ."- mw roundings be in keeping with the spirit should give the pensioners name, old for the manifold blessjngg cqnferred the BesiDcratic party. president, he entire country js quay, f progress, make it attractive, and address, the new address to which he upon us, and unite in earnest suppliarranging him a cabinet, while he fa jtftgre, profit will not only accrue to desires his check sent, the number of cation for their continuance. ,; &r.fkisrate.- "The year now drawing to a close giving himself no anxiety in the matter, he tpwg fjrora a standpoint, of attrac- his certificate and the law under which We. .annpunce aod has announced that no one is tiveness, but 'a granted. The new has been conspicuous and notable. Our are aathorixea to dividual profit will his pension was John N. White as a candidate, for; authorized to speak for him in the accrue to you, jjotft fr&ra the enhancing manner of paying pensions will do Republic has been at peace with the Magistrate, in the first district .of Gar- - matter, that the appointment over his of the value of your property' and th'e J away with the necessity of pensioners whole world; our State has had rich loaying a fee to local officers for ex harvests, productive industries, happy 'rard county, subject to the etion of official signature will be the first increase in the volumn of your abundance j and contented people; at authentic mormatidpn the subject, I tke democratic party. ecuting their vouchers. 7 The Central Record "" home and markets; law anu oraer nave Deen preserved; tne t , vnii'i i pivn it im thic rni il ? has not been impaired but strength- -- tfft. ened; and wherever we may look or whatever we nay think, we have Ed C. Gaines annual corn shoJ abundant cause for satisfaction and for Ja. gratitude to God. Several Pair's of young "Wherefore, I, James B. McCreary, man io oe uroiten. d. w. jjve! Governor of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, designate Thursd?y, the Boarding house for rent. Mrs. Haj twenty-eightday of November, nine- ts. aweeney tsryantsville Ky. til teen hundred and twelve, as giving Day, and call upon all the peo FOR Sale;-7- 5 bushels blue grass seel ple of Kentucky to give thanks and , aPP'y at Garrard .Milling Co. praise to God for the blessings He has conferred upon. us, and to humbly be- -i For Rent: nouse anu lot on Cexmg-Mr- s. Susan Fisher. seech a continuance of His ereat i ton Street. h I ! mercies. ll-l-- 4t. er n. testimony whereof, I havej een Stanford and Lancas-cause- d these letters to be made patent, ter Npv. 6th. a feather tick. Please and the seal of the Commonwealth of ! notify me at Lancaster. Liberal to be hereunto affixed. ; ward. C. G. Hann. Done at Frankfort, the twelfth day ofi good fat turkeys at November, in the year of Our Lord! wanted: one thousand nine hundred and twelve I highest market price delivered up to and in the one hundred and twenty- - Nov. 20th. bring them early. first year of the Commonwealth. II. B. Northcott. B. M'CREARY. "JAMES Strayed to my place about 3 months "By the Governor, ago, a sow. Owner can have same by "C. F. CRECELIUS. describing property and paying for all "Secretary of State. j charges. "By W. L. GEIGER, Ambros Adams. Buckeye, Ky. "Assistant Secretary of State." For Sale A splendidly located counWITH THE MOVIES. try store, one of best stand in county, stock about 3,000. all new and clean. Freedom, represented by a beautiful Also comfortable new dwelling adjoingirl attired In classic draperies, ing. Noah Spainhower, shrieked .vhen Kosciuski fell. Point Leavell, Ky. your lungs," said the "Don't strain man who was operating the picture machine. "If you simply move your Garrard Circuit Court. lips we'll get all the effect we need." Turner Floyd's Admr. Piff The boy stood on the burning deck. VS. Notice. "Don't stand like a wooden Indian," Monroe Flovd et al, Defts, yelled the man at the machine. "I dun-n- o All persons having claims against where the management finds all the estate of Turner Floyd deceased these bum hams." will present same to the undersigned A soldier of the legion lay dying at properly proven on Nov. 18th. 1912. Algiers. AH claims not presented will be bar"One minute to change the reel," bawled the operator. "Keep your pose. red. That won't give you time to smoke W. H. BROWN M. C. G. C. C. no cigarette." LOST-betwI ll-l-3t "In ct . . . wa3 "See, father!" cried the child. "Even highest bidder a lot of hospital furnishings; including beds mattresses the ice is hot" sheets pillows blankets, tables etc. "Well, run out Into the pantry and you can see the replied J. A. Amon. ice-coole- The child of the professional humorAt 1 P. M. Monday county ist was gazing at a lump of ice, from In front of court house. I will courttodav. sell the which vapor rising. Just as Easy! Auction Sale. the professional humorist, carefully making a note on his cufT. Lippin-cott'POP PLAYED POKER. s. on. Real Estate and Auctioneer. IF YOU WANT TO 1 Sell a Farm, Sell at Auction I will give you prices on rock-bottom i Buy a Farm, 50 Choice See Farms. the Live Wire. He or Touch W. T. KING, LANCASTER, - KENTUCKY. I POSTED Ai4A. Teacher (to geography class) Willie you may tell us what strait is. Willie :Five consecutive cards of any suit. Ho To t. ftulf your erumbllns and "Face the fight wlfh courage stout; It's the man who's up and doing "Who is never down and out. boo-hooln- g! The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any pprpose wjiateyer as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. m 'j aress ylhof pew-addres- s Com.-miBSJon- er Gar-car- to ..... . Jno M Farra Sqnire R, Parsops W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price E F Herring W A Prico Earning His Fee. W S Embry S L Rich Breathlessly he rushed into the law- Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin yer's office. "My next door neighbor Dave Thompson J W Sweeney is learning to play the cornet," he exJas Sutton claimed. "The man is a public nuis- Z T Rice ance. What would you advise me to Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels D B Anderson do?" H C Arnold "Learn to play the trombone," re- W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, plied the astute lawyer. "Ten dollars, L H Brown G Y Conn please." T W Conn J G Conn J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. h Mrs Maggie Boulden The Trouble. Dr. W Burnett ''WbT Fere VPH ft3Pnt Fm school C G Gay W K Leavell yesterday, Qracjyasked the teacher. E Dunn Jbhh Baiali ' "Please, teacher, rouvver was sick." E G Hammock Mrs. MackieMcGrath. The teacher, who is afraid of conBooth Thompson R. E. Thompsan tagion, asked: T. M. Arnold, Jr. "Vhat is the matter with her? J. W. Simpson S. C. Henderson. What does the docjor say It Is?" J. H. Posey. L. Kelley. "fiease, teacner, se says it's a boy.' Walker Bradshaw. Harj?er'a Maeazine. llT. W. Bradshaw. R. L. Burton; c JT 3. j jW FA ? I I V, ' "JT,- - -- ' S ' l: HlB iH H h 1 H HBBH BH HUH H B H H 1 isH H H isH Repaired and Worked over. Upholstering and Refinishing work at right prices. Phone No. 5 your wants. Hurt ' & i 6? A nder son. MISS MYRTLE'S STORY By FLORA DELL. y, :eYXtiJQfrprrH,3XX(XX;:XIIXX) Hogwallow News. "f i a I I I 4 "Yes, I have had one strange expeIn life everybody seems to be wantrience," Miss Myrtle smiled reminis-centling a reserved seat for the price of a as the girls pleaded for a story. general admission ticket. "Myra, a school chum of mine, wrote Washington Hocks' hound dawg for me to visit her at her hotel home "We have been In business in this town bottle will cost you nothing. Tou alona went to church last Sunday, but went in the west, and tired with my social time, and we to judge. duties, I accepted. On the journey I for some trade bv alwaysare looking our to Again and again we have seen how a out before preaching was over. build up advising pictured her in the ordinary country patrons right. few drops of this simple wash applied Sidney Hocks has contracted the So when we tell you that we have to the skin, takes away the itch. Intown hotel; antique accommodations, habit of whistling in his sleep. He is the eczema remedy and that we stantly. And the cure3 all seem lb ba fat, proprietor, cold baths found back of it witli the manufacturer's permanent. stand a fine whistler and regrets that he is D. D. D. Prescription made by th from a water pitcher, and sundry oth- iron clad guarantee, backed by ourselves a you can depend upon it that we sive our D. D. D. Laboratories of Chicago, is never awake to hear it himself. er unpleasant features. composed of thymol, glycerine, oil oC advice not in order to sell a few bottles ffl ' a 9sg "Imagine my amazement on my ar- of medicine to skin sufferers, but be- wintergreen and other healing, soothing, Dock Hocks, the tonsorialist, wishes firmed. you And how it will help our cooling ingredients. itch, youif will art cause we rival, after Myra's cordial reception, business knowhelp our patrons. to let his customers understand that feel Just crazy with if we AT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. and cooled, the itch absolutely at being received In an exchange alwhile he makes a specialty of shaving "We keep in stock and sell, all the well soothed away FOR CONSTIPATION you applied most luxurious in appointment, sup- known skin remedies. Uut we will say washed D. D. the moment necks, he never talks behind a man's this: If you are suffering from any this D.have made fast friends of plemented by the most We by 120 feet. space, feet Plenty of floor A Medicine that Does Not Cost Anything kind of skin trouble, eczema, psoriasis, than one family by recommending mora back. this sleeping apartments, private Baths, rash or tetter, we want you to try a full remedy to a skin sufferer here and push buttons and all modern conveni- size bottle of D. D. D. Prescription. there and we want you to try it now Plenty of shed room for wagons. Box stalls S Luke Mathewsia has purchased himUnless It Cures. self a new pocketbook to keep his monences. I retired early the first night And, if it does not do the worls.. this on our positive no.pay guarantee. R. E. McRoberts & Son. for your horses. All modern conveniences. ey in, but is in a worse fix than before, The active medicinal ingredient of in order to secure a long rest, and be as he had to spend all he had for the Rexall Orderlies which is odorless, prepared for the pleasure of the next Highest price for your tobacco. day. I drew a long sigh of comfort pocketbook. tasteless and colorless is a comparatively as I nestled down between the cool, "a Since the killing frost a few nights new discovery. Combined with other clean sheets and prepared for a night ago Sim Flinders has begun a search extremely valuable ingredients, it forms of sound sleep. I think I had just lost through the tali weeds at the back of a perfect bowel regulator, intestinal consciousness when I awoke with the the postoffice. for a mule that got lost invigorator and strengthener. Rexall sensation that some one was in the last summer. Orderlies are eaten like candy and are room. I was not naturally nervous, Come to see us. A mule was lett hitched at the post-offi- notable for their agreeableness to the but the feeling that now had me In its grip was one of distinct fear. When the other morning, and remains palate and gentleness of action. They fairly awake I bounded out of bed. uncalled for. The postmaster says it do not cause griping or any disagreeable snapped on the electric light and made it is not called for in ten days he will effect or inconvenience. a hurried survey of the room. With .0 Unlike other preparations for a like the full return to consciousness I beforward same to Washington. S Mrs. Sim Flinders spent Wednesday purpose, they do not create a habit, but came aware of a soft sound, like deep, Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. at Tickville shopping. She shopped all instead they act to overcome the cause regular breathing, a strange, elusive of habit acquired through the use of sound, seeming at one minute behind day on two dollars by buying that me and the next to come from the amount of goods and then having the ordinary laxatives cathartics and harsh center of the room. Completely baf physic and permanently remove the storekeeper to take it back. my efforts to locate it, I began fled cause of constipation or irregular bowel to in think I waB the victim of some pracThe Old Miser had potatoes for din- action. tical joke, or else suffering from ner Sunday. He has been saving them We will refund your money without an unusual attack of indigestion. Deup for some time, getting one stuck argument they do not do as we say if probciding was f over the spout of his coal oil can every they will. Two sizes, 25c. and 10c. able, I that the latter bed, not went back to determined time he buys oil at the Rye Straw Sold only at our store The Rexall to finish my .rest; but even with an Compounded according- to the Original & Exstore. effort to drown the sound by burying Store. R. E. McRoberts & Son. clusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-2oomy head in the sheets, I could still Miss Fruzie Allsop played a few The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment hear the regular movements, someappropriate selections on her accorde-o- n of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. PKEACHEKSV1LLK. times low and soft, and again seemingseated on her front door step a few Thousands of Testimonials. the ly labored and right over the bed, as Body-Toni- c. SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat nights ago just as the moon was rismy fevered imagination clothed it in CHARLIE man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write The mumps scare is about over. ing. She was interrupted only once, various impossible shapes. Tbe Cowtoj Herbalist and then when a cloud floated between Mrs. Carrie Hargis is visiting her "I cannot tell how long I lay nervORIGINATOR OF CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N her and the moon. sister, Mrs. Logan Thompson. ously wakeful, when I suddenly saw CliEfEXSE IhEUN REMEDIES 3731 West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Miss Eva Merryman, the teacher of a soft ray of light on the window Poke Eazley is making all necessary &. SCIENCE ECFE Hobbs' school, is boarding with Mrs. J. frame, and the sweet twitter of a bird arrangements for the construction of a on a tree outside my window aphouse in the near future on Musket M. Cress. praised me of the approach of dawn, Ridge. In order to get the house just Mrs. Marinda Blankenship visited the and with other welcome indications of exactly the right size he will lay the family 0f her brother G. Lawrence at approaching morning I lost the sound floor, then put his family on it, and Broadhead. and my fear of it and drifted into a When I ask you to insure with me, I do not say, "Insure with me heavy sleep. then build the house around them. Rev. Cornelius, the pastor of the because I used to go to school with you" "The next day I decided to say Jefferson Potlocks, who has a strong- Baptist church preached last Saturday do not say, "Insure with me, because we attend the same I nothing about my experience, as It ly developed tendency to take life and and Sunday. church." might bring ridicule upon me, and I I do not say, "Insure with me, because cur party affiliations are many other things as easy as possible, Misses Gertrude Adams and Carrie passed a pleasant day with the decithe same." has been overhauling his wagon this Naylor were recent guests of Misses sion firmly rooted of banishing the I do not say, "Insure with me, because I have the largest agency" week. The hind wheels are made a Lena and Julia Brown. whole affair from my mind. I retired But I do say, "Insure with me, because I can place your business good deal taller than the ones in front, with the oldest and most liberal companies in the country at the same after a jolly evening, ready to laugh Mr. John Carpenter of Red Rock price you are paying for protection in an inferior company. at my experience of the previous to enable him to travel down hill the Okla. is here for a visit to his brother, night. rest of his life. Mr. Samuel Carpenter, b.efore going to "Whether the subject refused to be The postmaster of Hogwallow has Florida where Lancaster, Kentucky. Office Citizen National Bank. he will spend the winter. dismissed and my mind dwelt unwoke up to the fact that he has been, Word comes from. Point LeaYell that consciously upon it In my slumbers, politically blind for the past twenty I do not know,, but about midnight j years, and on the day afer the election a bouncing 9 lb-- son has arrived at the I found myself once more sitting upGastin-eahoine of Mr. and Mrs. Grover right in the bed, clutching the bed announced( where all couldj hear hun. formerly Miss clothing tightly and listening to the that ne, had had a change, o.f heart in. Alpha ts mother was Naylor of this place. same deep, regular breathing of the politics, and, would from, now on ba a the business meeting last Satur-da- y night before. At Democrat. "Once more I brought the electric the Baptist brethren organized a A red rag was observed, floating from light into play; once more made, a meeting, the end of a tobacco stfck stqck in a Sunday School and prayer 1. .: detour of the room,. When rHOW TO KM0W THBGENUINE . he following officers were elected: determinedwas iTOTT0T'CEr Jmt Of TM suddenly stump near Rye Straw. Monday norn-it my imagination, or D. M. mm. mv ing. 'This was a signal that a quart of Su.pt., Bro. Carden; assistant, had the breathing realty assumed a licljer w,ahid in the stump, for. some-- Anderson; Secretary and Treasurer, W. different tone? Ijt seewed to be comLOOK FOR THE STAMP will convene ing In gasps ljka the last labored body, but TobeMseley must of; found C. Cummins. The school "CGRTRIGHT" Reg. U. S. Pat. Off. 10 A. M. On each breath of life tt seemed close at my Day at it", as' he ha,d the rag tied, around his each Lord's Wednesday evening .the prayer meeti- back. I ma.de one leap toward the head Tuesday morning. and no iubstitute, if ycu want a roof that ng" services will be held. Let every door the gasping sounded in my ears. !! Th,? Excelsior. Fiddling Band have one attend. Wth a spasmodic grip I turned the. w - a lone as the Buildlnc. and never need w u . b(een practicing every night for the handle and slipped into tne wiae ns. c never heed attention of any kind, except repairs Myra's room was down the CQrqWpr, 1 Q ,QUC. past three weeks for a magic lantern XT wotj1 an occasional coat of paint. n3 x l auu T ucn vuKKu If.., Vmfr Tiafl crtxA vrtf. w. ""'iflV- -' -show that is to be given at the ' Wild Both Pjsapnolnteg. a iand First BilliarA Ptajre'-r- flow Is It yu a short distance when Jell in gripped Onion school house the last of next Lightning-proo- f 3. FhezpTOofgiorm-prpof-- an gin.iiw ii at hpma'thte evening? Second my shoulder, and, Myra's,, feet. unweek. Fit Smith, who lives near the aren'Jj conscious heapfc wUeVin a bad humor; she ppiy to JQnql Contractors or Cortrlght Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia scene of the disturbance, was com- tilttcr-M"When.Ica6 to.IfWaa.on her bed h,ad Qoinpany arrive and she. wasn't pelled to drink a auart of, Jdtoonshine my face with a ready. How about yourself ? "Oh, mjr and she aa baling Rieel the other nfgljt to drftwn the got ready. lor. refreshing lotion. I remember wife's mad, too; she r '' 'What was, it?' and ihen, I noise. company and they didn't come'-JQ-t- on B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, yice Prest. t sank, partly from, exhaustion, partly Transcript. Iti8moredjfcu.H to write a thing from a sweet sense cjj aecurlty, into ORGANIZED 1883. bhap is to get up and speak it The ' .1 a sound sleep, fqpe. which I did not public speaker does not have to handle awaken unty, aoxnlng." Flailed Train With Shirt. his commas and neither Miss, 3y,j;Ue ceased speaking, and " does he have to make paragraphs in Tearing his shirt from Tils back an for,, 'a. tew momenta there was. & inQ& LANCASTER, KY. his talk, unless it is at that'point were Ohio man flagged a train and savedj t tense silence. At last the, gir,Ia asked . .i I he stops to take a drinjc o.4uek a lem- from awreck.butH. T. Alston, Raleigh In chorus: "Aren't yc. going to. tell GA.EITAI, $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. wr,eck with us what it was?1 on. Tjhalj is one, beauty about writing-yo- u N. C, once prevented. "Oh," sal,d, 2sa Myrtle, and a ttttle don-- t necessarily have to stop and Electric Bitters,, V was in a terrilbe smile VY. F. CHAMP, Cashier. tinkled the cornejts ot her 9uck a sour old lemon. plight w?n, I "began to use them, " he mouth, and an amused twinkle, shone Book-c.- r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Y. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. The steps- leading into the Wild writes, "my stomach, head, back fl in her brown eye.8, Yhere was another Onion school house were atojen a. few kidneys were all badly affecl&d, and my short silence, and then she said: Ls nights ago. The deputy constable was liver was in bad condition, but four "Have, you ever heard ot a water Ql;oit,(J? prompt Attention. nut on $a ca,s,e a once, and has sever bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel m.ater?" She laughed softly. "I never had then, but I decided even If al ot qut gooq oiuzens unuer suspicion, like a new man." A trial will convince I had been brought up that in a city, j. a. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Qbl9 as he passed a house, where a mass you of their matchless merit for any there were & few things yet to ba LewiB L. Walker, C. A Arnold, Directors. meeting on the road question was be- stomach liver or kidney trouble, price i laarnpd,', & Son. ing held on the night of the crime, and 50 cents at R. E. McRoberta y m 608 t 1 COMPANY. e.u POT fWQ i nMP i rehouse I I I overheard one of the speakers say that steps should be taken at once to repair a bridge. The deputy constable and Woodrow Wilson were both elected by overwhelming majorities in Hogwallow and the outlying precincts at Tuesday's election. The deputy, who has had experience in running for office many times before, ran ahead of the presidential ticket in some of the voting precincts. It was rumored before the polls closed that Taft got a vote at the Calf Ribs precinct, but at the hour of going to press this could not be con- Our Personal Guarantee !o all Skin Sufferers" Of Lancaster. bald-heade- d te 8 s First Sale Tuesday, Nov., 19th, 1912. i We Write Anv Kind of H(VVXA)BX))', J. D. CLARK, Manager I ce NSURANCE Office at National Bank. ''e)) WXM BEAZLEY & COLUIER 1& GOD'S MEDICINES - n, COM-CEIi-SA- R, YHITE-MOQ- N Mrs. NOTICE T AXES llO'W DclSt MY SEUUirVQ POIINT. F. P. Frisbie, Your 1912 COFtTRIGHT METAL SHINGLES j u. full-fledge- d. .a i : j I Please call I " and settle same at once and thus save further cost and trouble. m.ur-murm- g,' 11 Pe Citizens Natienal Bank . semi-colon- s; gsiess G. T. Ballard .- J Sheriff Garrard County. -- ,:, pr i -- , sp A'TVWWVW r .M-H".-."."!- I STOP OARAGE AT ARNOLD'S NEW GA Free Storage. Remember we do Automobile Painting, Trimming, Etc. Always kept warm. Isinglass put in your curtains while you wait. i OPEN DAV AND NIGHT 12 i r- - ' " Racine Tires guaranteed for 5000 miles on trusty tread. United States, Firestone, Goodyear, Kacine and Republic TIRES carried in stock. Full stock of accessories. Soliciting a portion of your business I sin, yours very truly, Is' - --- R. M. ARNOLD, BUILDER OF FINE BUGGIES. RUN IN CONNECTION rV7wn i IT GROWS HAIR ENDORSED . " k M s - - -- - t"f - ,v, - ..--, -- - A . V s AT HOME. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Here Are Facts We Want Yoa To 8 - I Now is the time to get your W I .. U m Prove Such Proof As This Should Convince Any Lancaster Citizen. H a &3 i CVS 2JB E3H 7i Pfa M I at Our Risk. In all our experience with hair tonics there is one that has done more toward gaining our confidence than anv oher. We really believe this remedy, known as Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is so superior to other preparations that we offer it to vou with our personal and unqualified promi. that u you use it and it doesn't prove in every way satisfactory to you, we will, upon your mere request at our store, return to you the money you paid us Capitol $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Prea't. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. PREVENT illllil.JSA nr, A Every year thousands upon thousands of farmers lose their hogs with cholera. You can save your hogs from this dread disease if you will begin at once and give them BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY Use it in the food and drink and your hogs will nev.er have the cholera. Don't wait until they get sick. Begin giving your hogs this medicine now. It is the only remedy in the world sold under a Guarantee Bond to prevent and cure hog cholera. ' Residence Pborw nor permanently stain the hair. Ky., says: "My experience with Doan's Office Phoue31. We want you to get a bottle of Rexall Kidney Pills has been such that I do , LANCASTER. KY. nair ionic ana use it as directed, not hesitate to advise their use. I had If it does not relieve scaln irritation. weak kidneys. Their action was irregremove dandruff prevent the hair from ular and often painful. My back painfalling out and promote an increased ed me. It was then that I used Doan's growth of hair and in every way give Kidney Pills. They fixed me up in entire satisfaction, come back and tell good shape. The pains left it and my. us, and get your money back. Two kidneys became normal." sizes. 50c. and $1.00. Sold only at our For sale by all dealers. Price 50cts. store-t- he n Rexall Store. R. E. Mc- Co., Buffalo, New York, Roberts & Son. sole agents for the United States. Ramember the name Doan's and take no other. Exercising Fowls on Good Days. The public endorsement of a local citizen is the best proof that can be produced. None better, none stronger can De naa. When a man mm fnr. ward and testifies to his fellow-cit- i zens, addresses his friends and neighbors, you may be sure he is thoroughly convinced or he would not do so. Telling one's experience when it is for for it. the public good is an act of kindness Rexall "93" Hair Tonic acts scientifi- that should be appreciated. The fril- cally destroying the germs which are i lowing statement given by a resident usually resnonsible fnrhalrlnpaa Tt.nnt-.of Lancaster adds one more to the , to penetrate 10 , ne roots OI the hair. , many cases of Home Rndnrcomnnf .. V.. w. -. stimulating and nourishing them. It ' which are being published about Doan's is a most pleasant toilet necessity, is Kidney Pills. Read it. delicately perfumed, and will not gum ' Frank Hibbard, Water St., Lancaster, . I r42 ''--H. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer i 55 in before prices advance again. I Have the BEST. See me, H. 6. BAILEY. &m$iwi& t&t0ffl P Pi v1 1.... I.. ! 1 vtvv7- sK5ea'x - ,i Wmsiow Jewelry Co. " r- - TREES es Phlox. Etc. Growers of What we Sell. Foster-Milbur- Fruit h 0 rnamenta Have stocked the Jewelry Store next to Welsh 6 Wiseman's to the doors with new, up-to-da- HERE'S TSE HOG BOURBON REMEDY CO., READ THIS LETTER Lexington, Ky. "Enclosed find photo of a hog that was cured of cholera with your Bourbon Ho& Cholera Remedy. The hog was almost dead before using this medicine and then was entirely cured except the loss of cars, tail, etc. The hog is owned by Mr. Skiles Ew.ng, Bowling Green, Ky. He will be glad to give you' a testimonial and we can get several more if you want them." JENKINS-SUBLET- T Allow the fowls to run out only or. fine clear days, during the coldest portion of the winter. They are better ofl within their quarters most of the time Keep the front of the houses closec with the muslin curtain most of th time day and night all winter. With it down the quarters are exceedinglj light, and all the fresh air required is admitted through it, and all draught avoided. Finally, for the best good of the fowls as l egard both health and egg production, we advise that at no time during the winter, there be fed any hot mashes, as advocated by many. They like such food, but often eating anything of the kind, they suffer so much more from the cold. The best method is to feed abundantly along the line, or after the manner that has been Such a course is bound to I mentioned. ! shortage. Bumper crops are literally driving Montana farmers out of house and home, according to reports from the Northwest, many of the prairie homes of the homesteaders being filled to the second story windows with grain that cannot be moved on account of car Somewhat Contradictory. In America, says the Louisvilid Courier-Journaa school teacher works, upon the average, for about half as much as a bricklayer, and has to ten ins Doys tnat education is a necessity if they would get on in life. l, Shrubs, Asparagus, te Watch- Rhubarb, Peonies, Ros es, Clocks, Rings, Chains, Lockets, Neck Chains, Pendants, Cuff Links, Scarf Pins, Brooches, Barpins, Tie Clasps, Beauty Pins, Bracelets, Cut Glass and many articles too numerous to mention. No Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentuckv. flflSEY 5a TXo ! cheap quality goods bought, but the kind we can : Catarrh Sufferers Astonished Booth's HYOMEI, fcj; the Soothing Healing bring the best resuts. MI-O-- Na be &ad references. R3 W M.SABEL & SONS W LOCISTRtS, KY. m Ceaisrs in Furs, Ha.s,Eta:! paybittprlrts TCnU tot irti7 prtca list t.ll n TBAFFIXS. vou how R?fl ff.TC t!Tj - mvum fr . ET;.i?5;V5? 9ysai-- i " i guarantee and stand back of. Call S 213 and be convinced that you can get better goods and more for your money than any store in the county. Do not patronize mail order v2ii??-s'T- l i 1 Germ Distroying Air Gives Relief. Instant g " fT 25 W1 E? g & klSa fcj Vs DRUG CO., Bowling Green, Ky. Banishes Indigestion Sourness, Fullness, Beldeing, i and al GUARANTEED OR HONEY BACK This wonderful remedy is also guaranteed to prevent worms, thumps, scours and all liver disorders. It regulates the bowels, aids digestion and causes hogs to fatten quickly. Use it and get your money back if you don't find it the best hog remedy made. COSTS ONLY FIVE CENTS PER MONTH FOR EACH HOG Stomach Misery Disappears in Five Minutes. "Tried them all", you say, "and not one cured."? Well, you haven't tried Stomach Tablets or you would not be bothered with stomach trouble MI-O-N- A own a HYOMEI hard rubber inhaler you can get a bottbe of HYOMEI for only 50c. The complete outfit, which includes inhaler, is 1.00 and is sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son on money back plan. With every botUe of HYOMEI comes a small booklet. This book tells how easy and simple it is to kill Catarrh germs and end Catarrh by just breathing into the lungs over the Catarrh infected If you already :olera Hosts Hasiy E31LUG..3 GF DOLLARS every year to poultry and hog raisers. Last year thousands of houses when your own home merchant will do better for you. 25 per cent, discount on remaining articles of O. E. McWater's stock has moved more than half of it. "Come in and get your share." were saved from chol.ra and other diseases during the hot weathtr by the use of te-.vThe 9 k to-da- y. NOTICE: This Is the remedy they are all trying to Imitate. Beware of Imitations! Ask your druggist for Bourbon Hof Cholera Remedy end accept nose but BOURBON. SOLD BY HASELDEN BROS., LANCASTER. KY. Made First 40 Years Ago Been First Ever Since That's the history and the record on which has been established the priceless reputation of mm with the results obtained from Price 50 cents. Perhaps you bought a box and took one or two and then let the rest stand, forgotten, in the cupboard. Make no mistake; if you will take Stomach Tablets regularly you can forever end all stomach misery and have a stomach as strong and vigorous and as able to digest the heartiest meal as the best stomach in America. If you 3uffer from Indigestion, Dyspepsia, Gastritis, Catarrh of the Stomach, or any Stomach Misery R. E. McRoberts & Son is authorized to refund your money if you are dissatisfied MI-O-N- A membrane the powerful yet pleasant antiseptic air of Eucalyptus from the inland forests of Australia. This book tells about the HYOMEI vapor treatment for stubborn Catarrh, Croup, heavy Colds and Sore Throat, and other interesting facts. A Kansas farmer has a piece of al falfa which has produced alreadv this year seventy-fiv- e dollars per acre with a crop of at least three tons per acre yet to be harvested. An early cutting produced twenty-fivdollars in seed and a second one produced fortv-fiv- e e Ch.!:ra Prevsnlivs Known Prevents and cures th cholera, but don't put it o'T untii they keel v IS - Jt."1! over. Give it to th.m food ' now mixed withTOnrk- t"'- - it thrt it 7 if3-a---5mes of the bowels, dia- cholera and ether ccrrja which set into the system with the food ordnnk. Crs-Sest i iJWiku.;.'. eiS!!S A Gal-Sin- i rnilt Watches lower than the lowest, and better than the best. a Povjdap and another for hogs, packed in w metal cans, can't dry up, lose strength or sjxmI !ii: others end cost- - no more. It is all medTcino and cuarantecd too. tyVLo Written to bo understood nnd civen freo to live stock our W paj. illustrated boo'c. by our consulting Veterinarian, snowing how to know and showing how to cure diseases in Horses, Cattle, Sheep. Sw ni and Poultry, together with oer 11 Cal-51n- o Rsme-ie- s. including: Our guarantwd rerapdy for King Bones. Spavins Splints or any bony enlargements. Haiv to Tall REEDliDltlE MI-O-N- A. dollars. THE ROYAL DSSTR1CUTING CO. (Inc.) Baltimore, MO., U. S. A. Winslow Jewelry and Optical DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Co. Mastic Paint "The Kind That Lasts' Mattic Paint gives a hard, glossy, durable finish impossible to secure with keg: lead and oiL Won't crack, peel, or chalk off. Ask our dealer in vanr town for hnnle of -- . gestions and color chart. Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt taeorponrted m Co. Louisville, Ky. !L'ii-ElWBrJBs- lj mm iMSIDEWHgH 1 Look To as well as the present. You don't always expect to have a small business. Then prepare yourself for a big one Open an account at the Garraed Bank & Trust Co.. and fet used doing-business as big business is done. Besides, an account here is a money saver in many ways. A check .costs ypu only two cents to mail. What does it cost1 you to .send .th rash? V' yitKj-- . 'We Future The.Garrard Bank & Trust Company Quite Another Thing. Man And Horses Stand Fall Work Better. "What makes you so sleepy today, old man?" "I was up at 4 this mornAs a general thing during the late ing?" "Come off! You never got up fall and early part of the winter the at 4 in your life." "I didn't say I got farmer and his teams are more or less up: I said I was up." Boston Evening idle and both will be better off by do- Transcript, ing an easy day's work plowing. The weather being cool both man and team Porto Rico's New Wonder. can stand the work better, and every furrow plowed at this time is that From far away Porto Rico come remuch less to be done in the rush ot ports of a wonderful new discovery spring work, that is believed will vastly benefit the Barce-onetFall plowing has much more to re- people. Ramon T. Marchan, of writes "Dr. King's New commend it than the advantages of being ready to plant when spring arrives, Discovery is doing splendid work here. cured me about five times of terrible although this is worth while. The gain It coughs and colds, also my brother of a in fertility due to increase of vegetable severe cold in his chest and more than matter in the soil and the added mois- 20 others, who used it on my advice. ture derived from the winter precipitaWe hope this great medicine will yet be tion are sufficient reasons for fall sold in every drug store in Porto Rico." breaking. For throat and lung troubles there is nothing better, A trial will convince Money Remedy you of its merit. 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. Falling Hair and Scalp Itch. R. E. McA Maine farmer has a family horse Roberts is Authorized to Guarantee it. that is said to have passed her fortv-firbirthday, and is still plump and a Nothing will do more: if after using willing worker. Her teeth do not show two bottles of PARISIAN Sage you her to be over thirteen or fourteen. It don't think it is the finest and most de- is claimed that she is the oldest horse lightful hair tonic and dressing vou in the country. ever used -- money back. Can you beat that offer? A Great Building Falls Young women who neglect their tem ples, grow old before their time. If when its foundation is undermined, and your hair is thinning at the temples: if if the foundation of health good digesit is losing its natural color, fading or tion is attacked, quick collapse fol turning gray, put your faith in PARI lows. On the first signs of indigestion. SIAN Sage and you won't be disan- - Dr. King's New Life Pills should be pointed. Large bottle 50 cents atR. V. taken to tone the stomach and regulate MpRoberts & Son and. dealers every- liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleasant, where. Girl with Auburn hair on easy, safe and only 25 cents at R. E. eyery Dgqkage. McRoberts & Son. a, -- For SO"i fl lTTTW-HEl- C. & J. E. Stormes. Lancaster, Ky. Agents wanted in other towns. s.jrri In a letter from Branch-lan- d, W. Va., Mrs. Elizabeth .Chapman says: "I suffered from womanly troubles nearly five years. All the doctors in the county did me no good. I took Cardui, and now I am entirely well. I feel like a new woman. Cardui saved my life! All who suffer from" womanly trouble should give Cardui a trial." E61 mmmmmmmm Binriey Tobacco Growers Boost Yowr Own Brands We, as you know, are using your choicest tobacco in the brands of Strater Bros.' Branch, and you know that nobody grows better tobacco than you do. You know how we manufacture, so you know that these brands are perfection. Now we want you to help us sell, these brands this year even better than our best previous years. The reasons you should so help are as follows: You Are Part Owner The fact that you grow the tobacco trakes you part ownerof all thesebrands. Kvery time that or.u sells yon profit. Every word that you say in faor ot any helps to increase those sales. Every brand that you buy for your own use helps make those profits better. All our interests your interests and ours are pooled in these several tobaccos. It is logic that you should bend all of your cilorts, however small, in the selling:. Smokers and chewers flock to brands that they see the most people buying. steadv users indirectly mare 0 more, feet them for Strater Bros. Branch Brands the brands that you grow for by using these brsndsyourself. 40.000 40.-00- Back Dandruff for Tell Every Friend Tell your friends of these brands. Tell them what you know of the tobacco. Tell them yoa grow it and smoke and cfiew it yourself, so you knoztt. Tell them it comes from Kentucky, from the center of the richest Burley sections. tt it's the errata of your crops and that they can buy these brands from 'most any dealer, because dealers know that these brands are the best they can buy. I-- 1-- m , st The Woman's Tonic 50 years of proof have convinced those who tested it, that Cardui quickly relieves aches and pains due to womanly weakness, and helps nature to build up weak women to health and strength. Thousands of women have found Cardui to be a real life saver. Why not test it for your case? Take Cardui todayl The United Power of 40,000 Buyers these brands when they buy tobacco there results a gigantic sale. And big sales are the best advertising known. mous buying influence. If all ask for 40,000 then-kno- men in a section wield an enor- Burley growers tlioult. bo Dcrley Boosters and tao best way to boost is to BUY Burley YOUR OWN BRANDS-YOURSE- LF. Dealers throughout the United States know these famon tobacco. sellers-popu- lar They are Nation-wid- e brands. They are helping these dealers to prosper. They are made from the pick of the famous crops of 40.000 growers. Every one of these growers is boosting them all. So are all of their friends. This method I . bringing the profits to dealers to those who sell these brands. Are they wording for tout Here ro the mUd.rasTanUmoking brands GOLDEN CLOW PENNY Hero are the delicious chewinz YS JOE WORK -- ON NATURAL LEAF. Put them into your stock. See how they selL POST-FUU.PAY. brands-lNDEX-BY TW1ST-CUP-DATHESQUARZ-TORCHUGHT-STRATER'S To nprilpY .f STRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. (2) 1-- m f . . - - N vf- - ' A- - . ?. v J, I - . .ii PWMB"WiW .s7iLnaezaiLffian,G&raiZS7wsE WLOSrWLSrAMnKUHM'UBJMSLSWWaLi It i K3SS U You'll Buy Your ady-To-W- ear ALLY Apparel Of that-Thi- s and eSai' t.ja ,jr c Not alone because of ip:b, mac the high quality of our goods. Not alone because of the excellence of our store service. Not alone because of the importance of our Sure Satisfaction Guarantee. Not because of any one of the features will you decide to trade here but because of the combination of them all you are sure to find out is the Store that Satisfies. t &tojCri&jWTFF&2UZrTLZSrUZ2JErEZ Bill OvJkxl r" TE ' ercantile Company. Har-rodsbu- V 4 t, Hunters Association. were Mrs. Annie Van Arsdall, of and Mrs. H. J. McRoberts of Mrs. D. J. Wiese of Carmi 111. it ? Stanford. here on a visit to her brother Mr. W. t Mr. Steve Walker attended the Fox E. Amon. L A. Hunters meeting in Crab Orchard. Mr. A. L. Cheatham was the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Amon Saturday Miss Norma Elmore is at home after tcf Mention of the Comings anti a visit to Shelbyville and Georgetown. and Sunday. .uiings LyTitojc Wt Are Iatefs'ed in. J, Mis3 Florence Darnall arrived from Dr. W. M. Elliott and Mrs. Elliott 'is;ix'.iw.ja visited Mrs. S. W. Lackey of Madison. Louisville on Wednesday and is in attendence on Mr. B. F. Hudson. H. Clay Katiffman was in Lexington Miss Nancy Robb of Nicholasville, ia The friends of Miss Alberta Anderso n Saturday. the guest of Miss Bettie Walker Burn-sidwill be glad to know that she is Mrs. Carlton Elkin is in Liberty for considerably improved and is" on the a visit to relatives and friends. Mrs. S. D. Cochran has been visiting road to entire recovery. N. B. Price was in Stanford Sunday her sister, Mrs. W. S. Fish of StanMr. and Mrs. John E. Stormes, Mrs. with Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Price. ford. R. L. Elkin, Mrs. J. E. Robinson and S. Mr. and Mrs R. Mount is at with Lightest Draft Spreader wife A. Walkerdaughterhome week. his and Mrs. HarveJ. McRoberts visited Mr. Miss Annell Tomlinson enjoyed an auto Roller Bearing Throughout. and little this of Stan- run to Lexington last Tuesday. Made. Let us show you its many good points before Miss Ethel Helton of Stanford is ford. Miss Sallie Elkin has organized a fine Mrs. Martha Lunsford has been at class in art, at Somerset, she having visiting her sister Miss Susie Hilton. you buy. the point of death at her home on Dan- lately returned from a Cincinnati Mrs. Duncan is home Quick from a Mattie D.visit in Cairo atIllinois. ville Street. Complete line of Heating and Cooking Stoves. School where she took a course. pleasant Messrs W. A. Arnold and Dave Ross Mrs. R. E. McRoberts was hostess of Set of ware free. Meal Range, best on earth. Mrs. Sallie McCormack has been in attended the Fox Hunters meet at an afternoon luncheon Wednesday at Paint Lick visiting Mr. and Mrs. Joe Crab Orchard. 2:30, complimentary to her mother, McCormack. C ffi Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price were visi- Mrs. Robert Ware of Hopkinsville. Elder F. M. Tinder left Monday for tors to Dr. S. P. Grant and Mrs. Grant ! Mr. F. W. Hanna, of Nogales, AriSomerset where he will begin a series of Danville. Tuesday. ' zona, Miss Frances Forbes, of Deof meetings. Mrs. Lottie Warren and daughter, troit, Michigan and Mr. John Fish, of Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of Miss Jennie Warren of Stanford visit- Mt. Vernon, were visitors of Mrs. R. Danville are visitors of Mrs. Rebecca ed Miss Jennie Duncan. H. Batson. a SfrtrEM'&iTyighH .iSfrh irrtBirtlO.jisfi-tii't-e-Mititj'1 West and family. rc. Senator R. L. Hubble and Mrs. HubMiss Lou J. Grant is making a stay R i Mr. Jesse Edwards, of Irvine has of several days with Mrs. ble, Mr. Logan Hubble and Miss Mat-ti- e Ffe Fisher Herbeen visiting Mr. and Mrs. Waiter ring Lee Hubble motored to Lawrence-bur- g at Preachersville. Center east of town. and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Captain T. A. Elkin and daughter, J. M. Aiverson. Roscoe Acton and young bride of Aliss Annie Margaret, are visiting Miss whether you are to USE a Flour made from Mr. J. W. Turner of Winona, Miss., Shepherdsville are guests of Dr. J. M. Sallie Elkin in Somerset. and W. A. Wade of Versailles were Acton and daughters. Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden and son guests of their friend Mr. Woods WalMr. and Mrs. T. J. Price were in Lewis, were recent guests of Mrs. H. ker enroute to the "Fox Meet" in Crab Danville this week the guests of Dr. D. Aldridge of Stanford. Orchard this week. and Mrs. S. P. Grant. all its or one made from Cheap Wheat Mrs. B. F. Walter and daughter, The Lancaster Hop Club will give a Miss Emma Hughes Hays of Stan- Miss Kathleen visited Mrs. Nellie Bal-lo- u dance at the new store room adjoining impurities. Our ford was the guest this week of Mr. of Stanford, Monday. S53 the Opera Hause on next Thursday and Mrs. James A. Beazley. Mr. Harry Lafon, of Harrodsburg evenine November 21st. Redmon's m Misses Stella and Loula McWhorter was the guest Tuesday evening of his Orchestra of Frankfort will furnish the music. of Paint Lick were recent guests of friend, Miss Norma Elmore. their aunt Mrs. W. S. Carrier. (sly Miss Letty Mae McRoberts attended Messrs D. A. Thomas, W. B. Burton ifaj Mrs. D. M. Lackey is at home after and J. L. Gill made a motoring trip to a luncheon at the Phoenix Hotel, Lexis made from pure WHEAT by Scientific Millington, given by the Chi Omega Fraa pleasant visit to her cousin Mrs. Lebanon the first of the week. ternity, the social features and deliciJames W. Caperton of Richmond. Misses Anna Lee and Margaret ous dishes included in the menu making. We have added a COAL YARD and can Mrs. Alfred Skinner is at home af- Woolfork of Lexington are visiting ing the affair an exceptionally enjoyter a visit to her sisters Mesdames Mrs. B. C. Rose of lower Garrard. sell you some of the best quality of Coals at able occasion. McKinney and Martin in Lincoln counMr. W. R. Cook left a few days ago Mrs. Nackie McGrath, Mr. GusDunn low Prices. Your orders are appreciated. S' ty. for Atlanta and Butler, Georgia where and Mrs. Thomas Adams and daughter The many friends of Mrs. Emma he will dispose of a car load of mules. Miss Mattie left this week for their Higginbotham will be glad to know she new home at Sharpsburg. Mr. Price Mrs. Lewis L. Walker was called to is convalescent after quite a siege of McGrath will join them in a few days. Louisville by the death of her uncle, illness. Their many Lancaster friends are sor m A splendid likeness of an interesting Mr. George Epping which occurred last ry to see them leave and hope they m groupe of children daughters and sons Friday. wm UKe ineir new iiuuic. rWi of Mr. and Mrs John Doty, Jr of Manse Mrs. David Chenault is again with The following announcement will be appeared in Sunday's Courier Journal. her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Elmore after interesting to a number of LancasMrs. R. H. Batson presided at a a visit to Mrs. Kit Chenault of trians; Reverend Richard B. Mahoney handsomely-appointed dinner in honor Richmond. of Allensville, Ky., announces the en Mr. Wesley Walker has rented the gagement of his daughter Mis3 Marie of a number of guests entertained at her hospitable home during the past property of Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury Hayden Mahoney. to the Reverend and he with his family, will move to August F. Ballback of Camden, New week. Jersey. The wedding will occur at the Mrs. R. E. McRoberts was hostess, this place on Friday. Allensville, on of an elaborate dinner complimentary Missess Pearl arid Katie Ham and first Baptist church at 28th, to her mother, Mrs. Robert Ware of Miss Eunice Prather are in Crab Or- November Hopkinsville; the guests chard this week attending the Fox The Woman's club held its regular to be out of Wednesday afternoon assemblage, an interesting nroeramme beine arranged hv Mr. J. R. Kinnaird leadine in an instructive address on her especially assigned theme, "Civics." Mrs. J. E. Robinson followed with an entertaining and then have the bottom paper on 'Municipal Conscience", drop out of the thermomewhile the general topic of the hour ter. Don't have that hap was the timely subject," The Citizen. . ship of Women." pen to you. Order us to send whit coal you may need now UCCESS, rg Gossip Afootat opieNv , I Oflf 11111iI W e. Resolutions Passed By C.W.B. M. vym Wot aunty. "Mordecal Judson," roared Colonel Whereas. White, who had been aroused in th llnr nnllnJ 1 God in his infinite wisdom luo laueu iiume our nonoraole ana middle of the night by a suspicious T. L. Broaddus. we offer as an noise in his poultry-hous"is that expression of our supreme rf gard the you In there, you black thief?" "No, Bah!" humbly replied a fright- following resolutions. 1. That the temperance cause has ened voice. "Di8 Is muh cousin. Ink Judson. dat looks so much like me sustained a loss that is incalculable. and steals everything he kin lay his 2. That we will miss the inspiration doggawn han's an. Ah's at home dls of his true citizenship, the helpfu.ness minute, sab, de sleep o' of his counsel and the example of his de Jest." Puck. noble life. That we extend to the bereaved wife IN THE MILITIA. and daughter our heartfelt sympathy in their great sorrow, yet bid them see through their tears, another soul waiting to welcome them home. Mra. Fanny Farra, Mrs. Dollie Brown, Mis3 Amanda Anderson, Committee. rer e, g NINA. Mrs. Syrus Creech who has been quite ill is convalescent, Mrs. E. P. Jones was the guest of Mrs. Morris Ross the latter part of the week. Mrs. Roy Sanders, and Mis3 Barbara Gulley attended church at Buckeye r Co, a i S Ym ra umim vith Clean, Wholesome Wheat LijrfF fiarrard Cn. s laaiBfaiBiaiBaiii paaiiraiHiiraiiiaiBiaiiiaiBi It's Pretty Tough Luck last week. The Major- Hell never make a sucMr. and Mrs. Georce Mack Lear cess as a marksman. have been visiting friends and relaCaptain Lacks a steady hand? tives in Lancaster. The Major- No; he hasn't got Mr. Huston Gulley and wife are visenough chest to hang any medals on. iting the family of Mr. Robert Whit-takof Madison. Take Care. The hard school of experience Miss Nettie Hunter who has been Has lessons for us all; visiting friends in this locality has reJust when we think we are immense. turned to her home. Just then we're tout to fall. Mr. Brandenburg purchased twenty An Unprejudiced Opinion. seven shoats of Mr. Carl Prewitt to be "See that man over there, he is a delivered the fifteenth of November. bombastic mutt, a wind jammer no nentity, a false alarm and an encum- - The Diphtheria cases in this vicinity are improving, and school is in session berer of the earth!" "Would you mind writing all that again after several weeks adjourndown for me?" ment. "Why, in the world" Mrs. Amelia Lee, who has been "He's my husband and I should visiting her Mrs. Jess like to use it on him some time." Sanders, at Marksbury returned to her home Friday. A Good Business Scheme. "What are you figuring there?" Inquired the friend. IiUENA Y18TA "This matinee idol gets $200 a week, I'm told," answered the druggist. Gaines corn show Nov. 25. "What of it?" "I was JuBt wondering if I could Mr. John Christopher of Fayette has afford to hire him to draw soda for been visiting his father John Christo me." pher. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Christopher were Wher They Were. recent visitors to Mrs. McConn in Lex "What are ancestors, pa?" "They are founders of families ington. that people belonging to them are Mr. Jesse Rogers has rented the farm of Dudley Lane and taken pos proud to descend from." "Then If the ancestors had nobody session. themselves to come down from, were Mrs. Albert Skinner i3 spending a they climbers?" few weeks with her sisters near er grand-daughte- r, Hus-tonsville. Sunday. Miss Annie Mae Prewitt was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watson out-of-to- Coal If you shouldn't need it, the coal will not .spoil. Yqu'U have use for it some time anyway, BakingPowder AbsolutelyPure Cooking under modern methods and conveniences is made so attractive the whole family is becoming interested. "These biscuits are delicious; this cake is -- Oily A Fire Here. but the crowd cheered, as, with burned hands, he held up a small round box, "Fellows!" he shouted, " this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, has evervttingbeat for burns." Right! also for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises, Sorest,pile cure. It subdues inflaramationi'kills pain. Only 25 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son 1-- m Lancaster Lumber & fiffig Co. i !m y Piblic Sale. The undersign will' on Nov. 25th, 19J2, CoUJxtyrCouftday jn Lancaster, qell to the-- ' highest bidder one 6 Cylin-dpassenger automobile, one-fiv- e W, O. Rigney funeral Director and Home Phone Embalmer. Office Phone 18. 33. Lancaster, Ky. i' excellent," says the father. " I made them," says the daughter, and both father an,cjt damghter beam with (&$$ Ifcya Baking Powder has made home baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and the best, cooking today the world over is done with its aid. er These 'cars are in perfect condition, and will give any pro8)ctIVh2rchaser thorough cither car after arriving in LaUcister on the above date W. i. D'Baun, Perryville, Ky. Ford touring-cardem-onstroll-15-- . passenger-1912- : Model T. pr 2t Mrs. R. A. Campbell, Jr. of Columbia Ohio is visiting the family of Mr. John Johnson. Mrs. John Mayes ha3 returned front a visit to her sister, Mrs. Preston at Jacksonville, 111. Miss Jennie Lane entertained her Sunday school class Thursday night at her home near here. Mr. Mark Jennings who has been away from the county for over two years, is at home now. Mr. James Munday and family from near Harrodsburg spent Sunday with Leslie Ruble and family. The Sunday School which operated so successfully at Lindendale during: the summer has disbanded until spring. Mr. Will Askins and wife, who were "He is one of the most stupid bores visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. I ever met." ' J. W. Askins heve returned to their "And yet he seems to have accumu- home in Kansas City. lated money. Fortune appears to Reverend Cornealerson ef Danville have knocked at kU door " " doat beUey she merely knock- filled the pulpit at the- Presbyterim ed! a&8 must hare broken right In." church very acceptable last Sunday, He was accompavied by his wife. Mr. Sidney Poor has sold a half inBump! "We'd saved a little money. terest in his farm to William Dicker-so- n Were some plunks to the good; of Lancaster for an interest in his Then our wife Trent and ordered store, Mr. Poor will move his family to The winter's wood. that city the first of next month- Th CtaMifleatlon. Mrs. Will Scott entertained: at dTrr-n- er Proud Father In the sweet garden Saturday the following ladies ef of our home, sir, my daughter is a Bryantsville, Mesdames Alfred Swope- blushing roafea Wagjdsh VYkttor And you. of C. C. Becker. John Bryant, M. Ken nedy, H. C. Williams and children, alae oopff. are th yny. Mrs. J. W. Scott of this place. - THRUST UPON HIM. -- I i A v-- - v, ) cc Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. WALNUT STREET. W ATCH US Incorporated. Main Floor 115x280 feet NO CHARGE FOR REJECTIONS. Q- - IR, O "W" " DANNILLE, KENTUCKY. Largest Loose Leaf House South of Kentucky River. i Capacity 250,000 lbs a day. j Unloading facilities for 50 wagons at a time. Comfortable Stalls for 250 horses. FREE INSURANCE. AND THE BEST AUCTIONEER IN KENTUCKY. Will open for sale of Tobacco Thursday, November 21. POSITIVELY We solicit your business and (promise you a square deal. .,, , M XX p M..l R"RT(TRT , -I- PrQirJnt r -- - . - '" M vVtTWWWWWW"WWtI 1 (WES ooo ooo&ooooooooooooooooooc fl. J. TINSLEY, Surveyor. 329--J. mmwM &tMM Give the cows a name. FROM find sneep profitable lsDecausethey have those which would not do well for anybody. Turn off every head of s that sort and get some sheep, and you will soon find yourself making some good clean money from them. first-clas- "". ,, ' .,- " - . . I CountvJ Office over F. G. PHONE Hurt s furniture store. Lancaster. Kentucky. uut of QUALITY. ' LWare McRoberts. I Mulch the strawberries. Baled corn fodder is new. Use a low wagon in the orchard. Clean out the old nesting material and burn it. Milk to the last drop, for the milk is the best. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. Will Practice in all State Courts anc U. S. District Court. Office over Police Court. Phone 194 last sub- Sweet clover can be used as a stitute for red clover. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) A single drop of milk contains five million globules of butter fat. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office When corn husking time is at hand, the corn ought to be fairly well dried out. Hogs will husk corn for nothing. The hired man wants four cents a bushel. at Rainey s Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky COME! COME! not what Is eaten but what is digested that furnishes strength and Is It ' muscle. Vitality is a very important characteristic in the dairy cow or any other, Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT farm animal. and CLEAN Shop on Richmond Who So Ever Will. er but nine dollars per year for his OUT-LOO- K. keep as against the one that pays FARMER'S COLUMN twenty-tw- o dollars to twenty-fiv- e dollars per year. It may be claimed that Those who are wise will buy brood sows this fall. There are good the fault is not altogether with the reasons for this, the shortage in all meat producing animals being greater than bull. We grant that. But suppose at any time during the past ten years. Besides, figures from good authorities show that beef cattle have d cpaco below this heading is for the exclu the cows are the same in either case, Pick all fruit carefully. sive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the wellbred bull will produce feeding creased almost ten million head. The number of sheep 96,000,000 and hoggthe sale of stock, grain and such things on cattle which will grade at least two in proportion: then add to this the depletion on account of cholera, we Plow for corn in the fall. farm as the farmer cannot affo'd to adver Use. No notice will be accepted over foui grades higher than the feeding cattle have only one conclusion to reach, that the world is short on all meat animals and the supply will fall short of the demand by millions of pounds. lines, and will be only in two Issues of the I produced by tne mediocre bull. Start a war on poultry pests. Already Record, free of charge j the price of hogs is high. There is usually about thirty-fiv- e The supply of breeding hogs will likely prove Store seed corn in a dry place. cenis per nunurea-weigaitterence in adequate for the demand and hence the advisaouity of prompt action in proWanted Good fresh milk cow, phone price between one grade of feeding curing your brood sows. Get every one you can care ior, get good onu Clipping horses' legs Is not a good 232. Sam Johnson Sr. cattle and the next higher grade. If that are immune and you need wait only a short time for your profits. Th practice. For Sale: 20 bushels of seed rye. E. the bull raises the grade of man who begins the season of 1913 without a good bunch of brood sows is over- C. McWhorter, Paint Lick. Ky. his offspring two grades, he adds to the looking the best opportunity that ever came to the tiller of the soil. Excessive sweating in a horse indiWe have on hand and for sale a fine selection of Duroc Gilts which have value oi each animal he sires seventy cates weakness. For Sale: 35 ewes and one buck. cents per hundred-weighor to the been bred to our immune boar which came from the Hillhurst Farm at Leban- George D. Robinson. The first and greatest law of breedone thousand pound steer seven dollars. on See them County Court Day in Lancaster. ing is "like begets like." Some sows and pigs for sale. Properly cared for, a bull should sire from-fortJ. A. Conn Jr. Lancaster Ky. to fifty calves per year. Many imported horses are a "sell" For sake of argument suppose we say to whoever buys them. For Sale: a fine 5 yr old jersey cow he sires forty. F. Robinson, Proprietor. Gayle Doty, Mgr. If he should increase to be fresh Dec, 1st. W. T. King value of each of his offspring but the improve rather Moderate frosts W. T. King bought of S. D. Cochran five dollars, a yery conservative estithan harm the cabbage. EE3Kx&SI mate, he earns at the least $200.00 with a nice pair of horse mules at $375.00. Why not shed farm machinery, the his first crop of calves. It is no exag-- 1 For SALE One Moores Airtieht ge ration to say that as compared with ' same as the field products? 1 j Heater, good as new; also buggy and the use of an inferior bull the register- Store some dust for the chickens' sewing mecnine, cheap. ed beef bull pays for himself the first dust bath during midwinter. Clay Sutton. year." HerbertsW. Mumford, Chief NOW OB? SALE Division of Ani ual Husbandry, UnivIt is only recently that Bweet clover For Sale Fresh Jersey cow giving ersity of Illinois. TO AIX lYIXTEIi ItESOHTS . h"s been used for feeding livestock. 331bs of milk per day. FARES TO SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P R. E. Henry. As the cold weather approaches the Silage and alfalfa combined make FOR SALE Good Poland China boar separator bowl should be filled with the foundation of the best dairy rahot water before the milk is allowed pig. Ready for Service. tion. to run through it. When It Is thor-o- i' Carlton Elkin. Privileges. Long Return Limit. Foil Stop-Ov- er p"' warm skimming will be more The scrub cow appears In every efficient herd, whether It be a pure bred or a For sale: A fine lot of thorough-bre- d Three through daily trains to Florida, via Oueen& Crescent duroc gilts already bred, also fifteen grade herd. Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans, Aerate new milk as soon as possiwell fatted meat hogs. J. F. Robinson. lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-Rooble after It is drawn, but do not do See that the ladders are safe before House and farm for rent 2 miles this in a stable. As jrood a wav tn Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. using them. Unsafe rounds may mean norm east or romt LeaveU. 40 acres do this as any ia to pour the milk broken legs. For delaite call on any Ticket Agent, Oueeti ii Crescent Route, or apply to 10 of which to iro in corn and the rest i slowly from one pail to another for a H. C. KINO, Passenger & Ticket Agent, SOI 0. Main St., Lexington, Ky. ThiB drives off bad The separator Is a helpful factor in is in meadow. Terms very reasonable few minutes. odors and saves the fine butter flavor. establishing the uniformity of the fin- Call or write within ten days. ished product. W. C. Doty. OOOooooooooooo.xiooeoooMOOOvo i THE i- ht well-bre- d t, V y J. Oakidale Stock: Farm. inter TouristTickets Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama lilec-trical- ly m ! I When a heifer is first fresh It is street. pecially important that all the milk Hogging down corn looks like a be drawn from her. The Old Reliable Barber. lazy man's way, but it is a money maker. Try it How much does it cost to have that HENRY DUNCAN machinery standing out in the weathA hen can't be a very respectable er? Shedding is cheap! es- my 50 acre farm for yr, for grazing, well watered all yr, price $150.00 cash for particulars sea Tom Conn or write me 621 H. St. Sacramento, California. G. Y. Conn. For RENT;-1913 5 3 s&S$S&M$&$ $3&$4&$&$&&S4&1 33&&S34&85"3k8$5; a--3 Sell Your Tobacco At The Big House THAT'S THE a-a--3 a-- 3 3 a--3 Office Hours K.m to 12. 1 Office over 4. p.m. to Stormes' Drug Store hen if she is full of lice help her by cleaning up the roosts. In the poultry quarters, be careful to keep filth from accumulating and keep fowls free from lice. The Value Of A Pure Bred Bull. r a-- IB- - F. "Walter. DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. Phone 65. country. It is still true that the "bull greatly is half the herd," and he may be, more INCORPORATED. Development of a flock and increased profits cannot be secured than half the herd if he is a choice inDon't let a frost scare you into dividual backed up by" good ancestry. a-3 gathering the cabbages. Leave them without careful breeding. A brief discussion of the importance of ::out until freezing weather comes. aLetting butter drain well before using great discretion in the selection 3 salting is one of the little things that of a sire should tend to a more active a-The seed of broom corn has condemand for the better grades of reg- a-siderable feeding value. It may be makes for better quality. 3 E. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician removed, dried or put in the silo. Perryville Street, One Block from Queen & Crescent Depot Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. sires has istered beef bulls. In the first place, .5? The use of the pure-breI quality the writer wishes to go on record as a If your sweet corn seed is mixed brought abouton much better saying that the breeder of feeding catDANVILLE, KENTUCKY, Phone No. the farms. of stock kept with field corn, better feed it to the tle, whether he fattens them himself IS chickens and buy new next spring. Keep the hogs quiet, clean and or sells them to cattle feeders, cannot a Opening Sale November 21, 1912, and sales daily thereafter. comfortable if you expect the best afford to use a common bull of indis- S3 The coming of woven wire fences gain from the food supplied. criminate breeding. There can be no will help keep down the weeds along doubt about that. Feeding cattle that aCapacity enlarged and every facility for the best of accommodations. the roadsides in a rather roundabout Selling butter or cream from the are well bred and possess quality enOffiice over Logan's store. way. farm robs the soil of less fertility than ough to weigh one thousand pounds or (3 We have doubled our unloading capacity and added a large sales room Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6 j Good shelter will make feed go far- does any other farm product better at two years old are worth all 9 ther and this is a good time to see feeding an animal in- the way from $40 to $50 per head, deThe to the main building. that barns and sheds are made tight creases cost of its weight, but not in pending upon their individual quality 3-with for the winter. and condition. Such feeding cattle direct proportion to Its weight can be produced from grade beef cows The beef supply cannot be much inHurry all cement work to a finish mated with choice beef bulls. Cominside of two This Physician and Surgeon. creased high cattle prices years. least now, so it will have time to set well mon and inferior feeding cattle that ameans for at before freezing cracks and damages are produced from common cows and z two years more. S3 LANCASTER, KY. it grade or scrub bulls frequently attain r Expert men in all departments to look after your tobacco. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. an age of three or more years before a aWhether brood mare or gelding it The milk pall with a flaring top is the healthy, well fed horse that ex- has been ruled out. Hooded pails they reach one thousand pounds in hibits the greatest endurance and no- with small openings are much more weight. Such feeders at such an age a- bility in harness. and weight are worth from $27. to 30. DUNN, . each. The lesson should be plain that After corn passes the proper stago Are you keeping a lot of horses for it does not pay to use an inferior bull at which it should be converted into All Work Guaranteed. 3SSS3xeS3gS33 silage or fodder, it deteriorates very which you have no special need? Let that sires the steer that pays the own- - FSk53333$xS35S3x the other fellow have them at presrapidly In quality. Kentucky Paint Lick, ent prices. lM9-tf- . In the horse for active service the 1MfrTMfgJlf!ijftJ See to it that the colt does not bebreast should not be over medium come constipated. A small dose of width and the forelegs should be reacastor oil is a good thing to get the sonably close together. Give the ducks clean water every time you feed them because a duck always drinks while eating. No stock grower can afford to have "There is, perhaps, no other imporhis animals burn grain for fuel to tant factor connected with beef prokeep themselves warm. duction that is as often disregarded as that of the selection of bulls to head Sweet potatoes should be dried and the herds of grade cows from which then stored in boxes of sand before are produced the feeding cattle of the 3 S3 a-a-- 3 3 the frost touches them. People's Tobacco Warehouse The Largest House In This Section. 50. z 3 a- - 3 a--3 a--3 a-- s 3 a tt 3 53 3 t d 3 DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. 3 & 3 f: s - c 3 B S3 a-- i - 3 0-- 3 a-- 3 a--3 W. M. ELLIOTT, Col. C. C. Lucas, of North Carolina, will sell. JAMES SALLE, Sec'y. a a- - 3 3 a--3 - a-- H. J. PATRICK, dirt-proo- f. Dentist. M. President. 3 a-- 3 a M. K. Denny, Office over Hurt & Anderson's. bowels Btarted. DENTIST Both cane and kafir are not hurt Too often the dairy, poultry and much for feed If they are caught by on the farm. provided they are cut before hot; work are side lines frost Make them the main line and they much rain falls on them. will lead you to profit Fill the producing cows up on clover hay or alfalfa hay if you can get it Instead of fodder or other coarse stuff containing low feed values. Hogs do not waste corn in the field except in muddy weather. They gain faster, more evenly and more economically in the corn field than In the dry - Bring4 Your I Tobacco W To A square breasted, well muscled horse will stand more work and more hardship' than two lank,lcosely-joipte- d ones, and not require as much power as one Sue Bennett Memorial School. of them. p Admittedly one of the very best schools When the calf is just learning to eat boil oatmeal or cornmeal into a in the State. Five Schools in one. thin mush, add a quart of it to a pail Higk School, Normal School, Graded School of skimmilk and the calves will suck It up with great relish. School of Music, Commercial School. Nothing should be more gradual J. C. LEWIS, Prin. London, Ky. than the development of the power of a draft horse or the speed of a trotting horse and in but few other ways T Residence Phone 66. T Stanford Street, ' lot with clover or alfalfa to get the best are horses more permanently Injured results. than in pushing their development At the Iowa station corn and soy too rapidly. beans hogged down produced 15.7 pounds of pork per bushel of corn. If you have several kinds of rough 8 cents per pound that is $1.23 feed on hand it will be a good plan to At per bushel for the com. mix them up in feeding. Stock like a change of feed as well as-- you do acd When the pumpkin, and squashes if their breakfast can be of one kind are gathered, do not pot them in the and their supper of another, so much cellar at once. They will keep much the better. better if stored in gome dark outbulld-ln- e until real freedng weather comes. Qne.Jea8on why some men jjo- - .not Good bright corn fodder- Is worth more for dairy cows than pure timothy hay but both should be fed along Business Phone 211. Direct Buyers. No No Auction Sales. Commission To Pay. We Buy Your Tobacco at Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. irMijplfif J I ( A ' vk lLA sa