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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 22, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912112201_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 22, 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. "ik TWENTY THIRD YEAR. j. THE CEINTRAIL RECORD ' PURE REL1QI0JS, UNlARNIBHED DEM0CRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT ' - LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22 1912. The day of the demonstration at Currey's is Nov. 23rd. Corn Show next Monday. Pie Sapper. NUMBER S3. At the Opera House Friday, 29th. 'Sentimental Sarahs." prg. STrSMIrlMIS fHiailliiiipiraEilHtrilli) I It 'si .- A COMPLETE LINE OF Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves and Ranges. 'i -- t Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire , Backs and Fire Brick. Anything You Want in .St' Guns,Ammunition,Huntirig Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: Live and Let Live. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. LET US SUPPLY FOR WftKTS Meeting At Christian Church. There will be a pie supper at Beech-woo- d School Saturday night Nov. 23rd. fclder E. C. McDougle of Richmond. See the Home Talent play at the Every one invited to attend. Ky. wiu conduct services at the ChrisOpera House Friday 29th. tian churclr here on next Sunday. Dolan Gives Bond. Brother Tinder is in Somerset, Ky. In the Federal court in Richmond last Thos. Dolan who has had four trials conducting a meeting. week thirty persons were convicted of for the killing of Patrick Mobney in ' 'moonshining". Corn Show. Lexington has been granted bond in The Thanksgiving services will be the sum of 10, 000 which he gave with Ed Gaines corn show will be pulled off held at the Methodist Church and R. L. Baker as his surety. His case Monday. This show has attracted the sermon will be preached by Rev. S, will be again tried in January. considerable attention from the farmers H. Pollitt. of the county in the past few yesrs and Mr. Hannery Buys Farm. this year will more than likely prove There will be a pie supper at White successful. More prizes than ever Mr C. B. Flannery has bougnt of Oak School House Saturday Night, Nov. 23, for the benefit of school. Mr. J. E. Hammond his homestead on before are being offeree and some new the Fall Lick pike, together with about products have been added. Every body cordially invited. 60 acres of land, paying thereof $105. Street Work In Progress. We will demonstrate the unexcelled per acre. Mr. W. T. King, the well quality of McLaughlin Coffees Sat. known auctioneer some time since Sup't Herron has at last succeeded Nov. 30th. Be sure and come. purchased Mr. Flannery's farm, The in getting the shipments of stone for Davidson & Doty. changes will take place on January 1, street work started and the machinery is busily engaged in remodeling Lex1913. Woman's Club Musical. ington Avenue, af Jer which they will The Musical Depariment of the WoTobacco Moving Slowly. repair and place Depot street in good man's Club will hold a session in the The loose leaf tobacco warehouses in condition to accomodate the heavy win parlors of the Kengarlan hotel at 2:30 adjoing towns open for business this ter hauling. They will then finish up o'clock Friday afternoon. All mem week and while they have enough on that part of Stanford street which has bers are invited. hand to conduct their regular quota of not been worket. sales, still because of the continued dry Maupin Admitted To Bail. Sanitary Store. weather, comparitively little of the In the Madison Circuit Court last weed has been stripped out and is Mr. Theo Currey has just remodeled Friday before Judge J. M. Benton, consequently not yet ready for the his grocery store, had it painted and Brack Maupin was granted bail in the market. papered, and improving the looks in sum of $5,000. Maupin killed James general. Mr. Currey is a cood Faris on the streets of Richmond on Miss Dunn Recovering. grocerman and always keeps his store county court day in October. Miss Mabel Dunn the yoang lady who looking nice which adds wonderfully to was shot near Maysville on Hallow'een his trade. The friends and patrons of Home Talent Extertainment. night while out on a coon hunt with a this firm are invited to attend a The students of the Graded School crowd of young people, and who is well demonstration of the National Biscuit y will presentthe laughable known in this county, is sufficiently re- Co. on the 23rd. of this month. entitled "Sentimental Sarah" at the covered as to be able to leave the hosFilter Under Construction. Opera House on Friday evening Nov- pital and go to the home of a friend. ember 29th, the proceeds of the enter While she is yet very weak from her Mr. J. B. Greer of the Greer M'fg' tainment to go toward assisting the experience, her ultimate recovery is Co. of Pittsburg Pa. is here superinAthletic Club of the school. The expected. tending the construction of the new laughable sketch will include in the cast filter at the water works, and if the of characters some of the best local Burnara West In Runaway. weather proves propitious, he expects talent in the school and will be well to have completed in about ten days. Burnam T. West the efficient carrier The newit worth seeing. Miss Olive Dean is dam is practically finished and on rural route no. 3 out of Lancaster , supervising and training them which will the foundation for the water tower is insure the success of the entertainment came near being the victim of a serious ready for the iron work. It is hoped in so far as its thoroughness is concerned accident on last Saturday afternoon to have the improvements to the water When near the bridge at Anticoch some works complete in every detail before Nearly everybody wants engraved part of his harness broke-anhis horse the coming of extremely cold weather. calling cards to enclose with their bolted. Burnam was thrown out and , Christmas presents, but many people dragged some distance but escaped with Circuit Court Monday. put off ordering cards until the last few a few severe bruises. His vehicle was The fall terra of the Garrard Circuit days before Christmas, when it is too demolished. Court begins Monday with an unusually late to fill the order. Suppose you light docket. There are 20 equity apJennings Farm Sojd. examine your supply of cards and give pearance cases and 11 common law apYou will , vour order to us right now. Hughes & Swinebroad sold to R. J. pearances, 80 old equity cases and 30 then have the cards on nana wnen you Lewis the farm known as "the Henry old common law cases, 60 old commonneed them- - We would suggest, in this Clay Jennings place" on the Buckeye wealth cases and' 65 new commonconnection, that nothing makes a pike consisting of 240 acres of land at acceptable Christmas $75. per acre. Mr. Lewis is rapidly be wealth cases. The commonwealh cas-- . j daintier or more present than a nice copper plate and coming a "town farmer" of no small es includes both misdemeanors and felony cases. There is only one murder 100 engraved visiting cards. We will pretentions; tie owns and occupies a case where the person charged is withbe glad to show samples. The Central nice residence in town and also owns in the jurisdiction of the court, and that Record. 130 acres adjoining his recent purchase, will probably be tried at this term of which makes him a farm of 370 acres, court. and a very desirable one. Educational Somen. Beautiful Weather. The State Superintendent of Schools The weather is a well worn subject Mr. Barksdale Hamlett has sent out a and one often resorted to hy bashful circular letter requesting all ministers swains, but we cannot forbear mention of the state to preach an educational of the lovely weather we have been ex- sermon on November 24th. prior to the periencing the last week. The morn- meeting of the Southern Educational ings are crisp and bright, while the Association which nv ets in Louisville days are beautiful, just cool enough to Nov. 28 to 30, 1912. This should meet the hearty approvmake a small fire comfortable. Those al of every one who desires to. see our who are building have just cause for thankfulness for such weather, as well state redeemed from illiteracy and as the farmers who have ample oppor- the ministers should work band in hand tunity for the garnering of their crops with the teachers.. and their preparations for the winter. Tmp Te Reorganize. Farce-Comed, d Harrodsburg is making an effort to secure a public building. - m U 'm Hog Headquarters Sausage Mills, Lard Presses, Sausage Stuffers, Butcher Knives, Lard Cans, Knives and Plates. m Haselden Brothers mmWammmmmM MMlPMMWMMMm:EM I will save you money on a good Heating1 or Cooking1 I STOVE. I ! - Thankssivin If Or you need Clothing, Shoes, Hats or Furnishing goods, we can supply you with the very latest Styles. Our iine is complete in each and every department, we will save you money, a look will convince you, no trouble to show you. Ladies LS Department Cos-turn- er ar receiving cjaily new ereationi in Ucie Syjts, Pre?e? epat and the very latest styles direct from, the manufacturers of New York City, our prices are right. y$e H. T. LOGAN. What has become of the Lancaster Our publication day is upon, Thursday, Charity Organization? Are they or are and because of the "fact hat next they not prepared to give relief to the Thursday is Thanksgiving pay, and in needy and suffering during the coming p,rder to enab,le any members of the winter. The indications are that the Record force who qre so lucky as to demand will he heavy during this receive and invitation, to go. out and Winter, as notwithstanding the unusual eat turkey with their- friends, we will prosperour times, there are always go to press nex.t week.upon Wednesday those who are either improvident or are advertisers are not able to make preparations for the afternoon. Our requested to bring in their ads and rainy day. Coal is unusually high and changes as early as possible in the week, the "goose bone" indicates a hard and correspondents are instructed to winter. If this organization is defunct, send their communications in without another one should be organized a,fi once; there are lots of philanthropic delay. people in Lancaster who woulcl gladly subscribe liberally to such a, oause, and Not Enough License Blanks. we surely should have a& Although figures are not yet avail- of this character no only organization in order to able, it is estimated that at least 15, relieve the cas oJ necessity that so 000 hunters license were issued through often arjse, hut in order to protect the out the state just about the time of the; good, hvase wives froni the itinerat opening of the season. So great was and often unworthy beggars whp often, the demand in some localities that the infest the town. supply of blanks were exhausted and applicants were compelled to wait unLoos?, Houses. Ofe, til a new supply could be secured' from The Buriey Tobacco Company of Frankfort. It seems that we should with this amount of money at the 'djs., Lexington opened their large loose pbsal of the Fish and Qame. Commis- leaf warehouse on the 19th. inst. sion, have a rigid enforcement of the This is a,hQ the largest house in Lexington, and will get a portion of Garrard tobacco to sell. Col. Jke Dunn opened his house in Repoblican Party Seeing. DanvUte (Thursday). This LoqisviHe T105. At inquiry has house which is known as the Peoples beep addressed to The Tim.es asking Tobacco warehous has-- enlarged its whether the progressive party will be capacity and have even better facilithe dominant party with the Demo- ties, then they" had last year. Col,, crats in Louisville next year. They Dunn, being an old Garrard cqjgp,ty will not, the "Bull Moose" having man and having a good house,, finished third in the total vote of the gets his proportion of our, tojfeaoco to State at last Tuesday's election. The sell. law provides that the two parties castThe Danville o&aeeo Warehouse ajso ing the highest per cent of the total opened tod This house under the vote shall furnish the election officers, ,ang?went of Mr. H. C. Bright has and despite the fact that the Republi- njfade. good in the past and this year cans made a sorry showing ! We Beg Your Indulgence For Once. My Stoves are welded where others are bolted. W. J. EOMANS ft o 3 "0 Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods AN INVITATION Come and bring your friends to a dem- W onstration of the goodness of the Trade Mark Package Goods of the In-er-se- al NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY and of Other Lines to be held in our store to-d- ay SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd. aays There will be an opportunity for sampling many new varieties and also interesting suggestions, for serving attractively. LWoose" with this house, and. will without representation. Had his friends to sell,tase. the Progressives run second in the State that party would have furnished Atthe Qpea. House Friday 29th half of the election officers. ;niimeittal Sarahs.'' in, the has built and Fifth district the regular. $epubjfcan increased a large new warehouse w.ay. its capacity in every ll organization-Wiwh, 'the Democrats Mr. Lou Hopper .of this qijty; has a man the CftlW, leaving the "Bull position get THEO CURREy. spooo UB3 poBjg anon 3JFIM. snourei jo sun ejaiduioo riV1 si s i iw ,t- - &'&i -- J fci-J Vol- , .V i .... . , . w mhhhbh BHBIl BHHHHHHHHBB Ki BBBBH BHBiBx bbbbbbbbbbV .HHHhHHB HHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHB H HBBBBf bbbbbbbbbbbb '' I K BB bbbbbbbW bIbbbbibbv BBBBBBBBBBBT fr flr BBBBbI BBBbI BBbW BBBbI BBBbI "HBBB BBBBBBBBBBB bbbbbI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV L JbbbV ' bbbbV BBBm VV BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBB BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbI BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBW BbIbBbHbBBBBBB .w Bkw Tt lr w -- t - 33SSS38S3C8SSaCSS' HBHBHBHBBH SS'lS4'gS?S'Sg,St4iS'1 w - i- w k. ! ! bbbbV. 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Texas and one from Mississippi, who We are authorized to announce have been overwhelmed by applicants H. Estes as a candidate for in the first district of Garrard for a slice of the pie, have suggested county, subject to the action of the that applicants for federal offices, such as Collector and Marshalships. democratic party. We are authorized to Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic Dartv. We are authorized to announce Taylor T. Burdett as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic Dartv. We are authorized to announce Davis Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate in GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Post Office in Ijiiica-te- r, as Socoiiil C1h Mull Matter Ky., announce Member Kentucky Press Association and I Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., November 22, 1912. Rates For Political Announcements For or For For For For . . .S 5.00 10.00 County Offices 15.00 State and District Offices 10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line in the interall publications est of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line 05 Obituaries, per line Precinct and Citv Offices the first Magisterial district of Gar-rai- d county, subject to the action of the democratic nartv etc, settle their respective claims by means of a primary election. A great many of the applicants throughout the country are old campaigners themselves, and they know the trouble and expense of this manner of securing office, and they therefore do not take kindly to it. They prefer that the congressmen shoulder the burden of selecting who shall fill the offices. The congressmen however, are far seeing in the matter, for they realize that they are between the devil and the deep blue sea, and if they gladden one constituent by selecting him for office they also ruffle the temper of fifty more or less, hence the primary suggestion. reasons, but the youngster must be interested. Aliens Must Die. A SPECIAL SALE The supreme court of the state of Virginia has denied a new trial to Floyd and Claude Allen, and they are condenned to die in ths electric chair today (Friday). The Aliens were convicted as participants in the wholesale slaughter of court officials of Carroll county Va. officials in the court house at that place on March 14th. Suits, Goats and Dresses At Greatly Reduced Prices. We have just gone through our splendid stocks and repriced all lines where Next Thursday is Thanksgiving Day, a day which a great many of us do, and all of us should, observe, should give heart fait thanks to Him who has nrpsprved us and has hlesspd lis dnrinrr For County Judge. the rmst vear. This vear we should We are authorized to announce Clay- - j observe the day with more than pas- ton A. Arnold a3 a candidate for Loun sing solemnity, we have so much more ty Judge of Garrard County subject to for which to be thankful than in many the action of the democratic party. years. The entire country is blessed with unusual prosperity, and locally we We are authorized to announce have to be thankful for the most abunJames A. Beazley as a candidate for dant crops which ever sprang from the County Judge of Garrard county, sub- soil of the good old county, this ject to the action of the Democratic is confined to no special part o' party. the county, to no particlular crop, bu of everything, we have an abundence. For Sheriff. In addition to our good crops and We are authorized to announce C. A. prosperous times, we have unusua' Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of good health throughout the community, Garrard County, subject to the action we have had no scourge of disease, the of the Democratic party. death rate has been unusually low and the cases of sickness have been fewer We are authorized to announce than in many years. Therefore it is Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff mete that we should unstintingly give of Garrard county, subject to the ac- praise to Him for the abundance of tion of the democratic party. His blessings, upon this day especially set aside for the purpose. We are authorized to announce W. While many of the nations of the L. Lawson for sherifr of Garrard earth are involved in bloody wars, we county, subject to the action of the are enjoying an era of peace, peace democratic party. with all the world. While we deplore We are authorized to announce W. S. that other nations should disagree and Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of should be compelled to settle their difGarrard county, subject to the action ferences at the swords point, yet 'tis of the Democratic party. an ill wind that blows nobody good, and we are called upon to supply the For Assessor. sinews of war in the way of bread We are authorized to announce Dave stuffs and other productions of AmeriC. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor can soil, which opens up additional of Garrard county subject to the ac- outlets for our productions, increases the market value of those productions tion of the democratic party. and brings much additional wealth into We are authorized to announce Mr. our coffers. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the NomiWe would be glad to see, and we benation of Assessor of Garrard County, lieve it is just and right, every family subject to the action of the democratic and every merchant give fitting obparty. servance to this Thanksgiving'day, that We are authorized to announce J. B. each and everyone of them attend diCollier as a candidate for the nomina- vine service and give to Him the praise tion for assessor of Garrard county, that is so justly due. We would be subject to the action of the democratic glad to see, and we believe it is the duty of every merchant and store party. keeper in the town and county to close We are authorized to announce W. his place of business, at least during L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- the hours of service, and until after or of Garrard county subject to the the partaking of the noonday repast, action of the Democratic party. which is essentially a part of the Thanksgiving day celebration in every For School Superintendant. well regulated American household. We are authorized to announce Miss Letus also remember that "the poor Jennie Higgins as a candidate for we have with us always", and in the School Superintendant for Garrard midst of our peace and plenty there county, subject to the action of the are always those who have not the making of a comfortable meal, much Democratic party. less the additional viands which we are For Jailer. wont to enjoy upon this occasion, and We are authorized to announce Jack from the great abundance which we Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- are enjoying let us remember our poor rard county, subject to the action of in a more substantial manner than in our prayers. Nearly all of us can call the Democratic party. to mind some person or family who We are authorized to announce Dave would be nude the happier by a por&033 as a candidate Tor Jailer of Gar- tion from our plenty," therefore in our rard ccwuty, subject to the action of prosperity let us not forget them. Be fore sitting down to your turkey with the Democratic party. all its dainty trimmings, see that a For Magistrate. well filled basket is sent to your less We. are authorizea to announce fortunate neighbor, or see ttat those ohn N. White as a' candidate for little ragged urchins you have noticed Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- upon the street are a little more comrard county, subject to the action of fortably clothed; do this and we will venture to say you will feel that you the democratic party. have something more to be thankful We .are authorized to announce for, the knowledge of the commission WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- of a charitable deed. istrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Some of the Congressmen drifting democratic party. inUy Washington, namely pne from abun-denc- e Toles Walker Returned. Mr. Toles T. Walker who has been for the past two years engaged in farming and dairying near Connersville Ind. has returned to Garrard and has rented the property of Miss Rella Arnold on Danville street, which he will occupy Gov. Wilson has announced his in- until Jan. 1st. when he will remove to tention of calling an extraordinary the farm of Mrs. Susie K. Leavell on session of Congress soon after his in- the Buckeye pike, which he has rentauguration for the purpose of giving ed. attention to the proposed downward Col. Ed Hopper Back In Kentucky. revision of the tariff. The session will Col. Ed. C. Hopper who has been Probably be called for April. He had not mtenaea voicing nis sentiments in acting as Judge at the race track at regard to an extra session until after Salt Lake City Utah has returned to his recuperative trip to the Bermudas, Kentucky and has taken up winter but the clamor seemed to be so great quarters at the Gilcher hotel in Danville. and thei-- seemed to be such a demand Col. Hopper is a Garrard county boy for his intentions in the matter, that and st 11 has a brother and sister living after finding the great majority of the here, besides a host of friends, and he members of both houses were inclined may be expected to make frequent coward it, he finally consented to give visits here during the winter. lis views on the subject. Loose Leaf Tobacco Market Open. The Lexington Loose Leaf Tobacco A mutual friend of Gov. Wilson and Hon. William J. Bryan is authority for Markets opened Tuesday and about the statement that Mr. Bryan wiil be 125,000 pounds of the weed was sold offered the portfolio of Secretary of over the. various markets realizing prices ranging from 4 to 36 cents per State and will accept. pound. The indications are that the crop is superior in quality to that of This will be your only invitation to e 'V the size and color range is not complete. The blue pencil has been used relentlessly, and the price inducements offered now are such as will cause these superior garments to find new owners quickly. We include in this sale all our very finest novelty "show pieces"in Tailored Suits," Evening Wraps, Party and Dinner Dresses, at very greatly reduced prices. Every woman acquainted with the high character of our stocks knows what to expect. Only the season's smartest models are shown in the correct and wanted materials-al- l splendidly tailored throughout. We mention briefly a few of the specials. l Tailored Suits Four Special Assortments One Piece Dresses On Sale At $18 Suits $22.50 at $14.75 vpiT".J Currey's demonstration. last year, there being a noticeable scarcity of the lower grades. IndicaSee "Sentimental Sarahs" at the tions are also for better prices than Opera House Friday 29th. last year. The two houses at Richmond opened for business and began Strayed from my barn on Monday sales Wednesday and the two Dan night a red gilt, Reward for informa-L- . ville houses on Thursday. tion. N. Miller. A good selection of superior Suits in a wide range of colors and M A f7K .'. sizes, reduced to $6.50, 9.75, 14.75 $16.50 Serges, Suits at and Chiffon, 19.75 Charmeuse $17 7 Representing values from $10 to $35 Eponge, and other Silks. Splendid styles in Serges for street and general wear: along with I take this method of and thanking my many were so kind to remfember 85th. birthday, November Marksbury. appreciation friends who me on my 11th. 1912. Wm. G. Anderson. Much sympathy is extended to Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Marksburv in the loss of their infant daughter. The bright little creature which bid so fair to gladden the home of its parents was born at 7:30 o'clock Sunday atfernoon and was christened Margaret Lee; it into office at the same time as county did not long survive its christening, for judge, Mr.' Leavell was to within a few minutes after its birth the the high office. God who gave it recalled it. The John Schrank Who Attempted To As- earthly remains of the little blossom sinate Cdl. Theodore Roosovelt, that bloomed so short a period on this the earth were, after short services at Pronounced Insane. grave by Rev. Tinder on Monday Five alienists who have had John afternoon iaid to rest in the Lancaster Schrank the assailant of Col. Theodore cemetery. The Lord giveth, and the Lord hath Rooevelt, under surveillance for the taken away, Blessed be the name of the past week in Milwaukee Wis.; have unanimously decldod that he was"' inLord. sane. He will be committed to the ferabry. Asylum for the "Insane at Oshkosh Guy Yantis Embry, the 11 year old where he will more than probably son and only child of Mr. and Mrs. spend the remainder of his days, as he Will S. Embry died at the home of his cannot be released until he is shown to parents on the Fall Lick pike on last be completely cured. ed Lancaster Boy Gets Good Position. Ed. G. Doty, son of Capt. J. A, Doty of this place has been installed as deputy sheriff under Mr. Thomas Harrison who was recently elected sheriff of Reeves county jTexas. Ed Doty isthoroughly conversant with all the duties of the various offices about the court house and will make a splendid officer, and we hope ultimately to hear of him being elected sheriff of Reeves Co. Hon. John Y. Leavell, a brother of Col. A. D. Leavell of this " county and an uncle of Mr. Doty was sworn A splendid assortment of stylish Suits in Serges, Whipcords and Diagonals, selling regularly up to ;$30.00 M CC vp 1 .UU reduced to $25 and $30 Suits at many models suitable for evening occas- $19.75 ions in Chiffons and Charmeuse: high and low neck effects with new Panier and pleated sleeves at on :?.J $30 and $35 Suits at$25 In this lot ate included some of the son's highest .class novelty one of a kind, but all beauties, sea- Fully fifty more desirable Suits in this lot to select from, mostly single Suits, but all sizes and colors in the lot, selling regularly up to $30; l 7C pj. reduced to skirts and new style $6.50, 9.75. 14.75, Suits, Only selling and Petticoats $16.50 $1.98 every good for this sale only.. Choice 19.75 regularly up to $35; tjOC CC reduced to J4J.UU Other Suit Specials at $29.50 and $35. of fifty Satin Messa-lin- e Petticoats in black and color. Very special value no pl.yo t-- i Saturday afternoon at 5 o'clock of Free Delivery Of Mail In Lancaster If Laryngeal Diptheria, or what is comThe Efforts Now Being Made monly known as Membraneous Croup. The little fellow was at school on last Ib That Directioi Are Thursday, apparently in the best of Successful. . health, and he was in the throes of the dreadful disease only two days when The U. S. Government has set aside death came to his relief. All that was the sum of $100,000 for the purpose of possible was done, local physicians establishing free delivery of mail as an were supplemented by the presence of experiment in towns having third class Dr. McClure of Lexington who ,as a post offices. It is estimated that two last resort performed an operation, towns in each state will be designated but it was unavailing. forthe experiment, and postmaster Guy was an unusually bright and West is making a herculean 'effoirt to cheerful boy, popular alike with teach- have Lancaster designated as ''one of ers and plavmates, and waE the idol of the points in Kentucky to have the the home, and the grief of the distress- benefit of the proposed experiment. ed parents is pathetic. working quietly along He Bro. Tinder who 'was summoned this line for some time, and has' tenlistfrom Somerset conducted short ser- ed some strong help in. the matter, and vices at the grave on Monday morning if his efforts prove successful Mt will at 10:30 o'clock, after which all that not be a blue coated postwas mortal of the manly little fellow man will deliver your mail at your was placed at rest in the Lancaster door, provided you live within the '. limits,-cemetery. . $' 'has-been long'-before w Values In Coats At $10.00, 12.50, 15.00 and $19.75 Special A collection of about a hundred Coats of excellent all Wool materials in Boucles, Chinchillas and Diagonals-i- n Blues, Blacks, Greys, Browns and fancies; V made in "Johnny' and long English "Box" styles, all in very newest models. For Misses and Women $10 to $19.75 Other Coat Specials $25 to $35.00 Specials in Children's Coats $5.00 to $10.00 t Welsh & Wiseman Co DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. t -- '- t V,' W w--- ,jii-- 3&lJj. r Jjfrl-rf- y " X&hr l!6Kgg41;nlt wk Mxq r,i jr? m wmrmwmm6am &&mtm&B &aSfe&a3838 iKS ISC SSlli tf Insure yourself of good service from your car during 1913 by having the car made as good as new at Bgfm to! HIA AU1 fel&usm WtfM&z, TWJT'jKrvS .?i rj3.rj Wis & VWrt 5l W&0 KS5Cysijj5, " - hIi hIb IshqE 0&&33&' vk iv- '.k .fl&a taSiai .. P!2!. re.1-?'-- dhss .'..:. ru oiB BsrafSTSi Sa v. s2z N&i$7 v bos E37731 Erjrrai czsstssa iUvr wj ;dtSTra&3 beKs -. W "833? s? K::ils3"CJCaasiE;" Repair work done quicker and better by the best mechanics that can be obtained. By arrangement with Central Kentucky Carriage Co. we can give you the best in . painting and top repairing. Full line of supplies and repairs for E. M. F. and FORD CARS. tf" Given to the owner who gets the most mileage from any tire I sell dur-- 1. s. iRV rrL.v ?- - 5 t S "ifec! ' 111& ' llJ. X" II C5 LUIIC, VUUUV Cell clllU. U111LCU OLdlCO 1 11 Ci Lcll 1 1CU 111 5 LUUH yiKrsrrrrv-yTr--zj- g rprrsy.:ra.A!TSr FOR AGED PEOPLE Old Folks Should Be Careful in Their Se- - 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 r Gaines lfc 1 1 lection of Regulative Medicine. We have a safe, dependable and altogether ideal remedy that is particularly adapted to the requirements of aged people and people of weak constitutions who suffer from constipation or other bowel disorders. We are so certain that it will relieve these complaints and give absolule satisfaction in every particular that we offer it with our personal guarantee that it shall cost the user nothing if it fails to substantiate our claims. This remedy is called Rexall Orderlies. f ns!ow Jewelry Co. NEXT MONDAY NOVEMBER, 25th. As Many Ears as Desired Can be Entered. A most competent Judge, from Kentucky State University has heen secured by Mr. Gaines. Have stocked the Jewelry Store Mastic Pain "The Kind That Lasts" Mastic Paint gives a bard, glossy, durable finish impossible to secure with keg lead and oiL Won't crack, peel, or chalk off. Ask our dealer in your town for book of suggestions and color chart. Manufactured by Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt lacorporatcd gy- - next to Welsh & Wiseman's to the up-to-da- . .. : White Corn, $15.00 Brass Bed, for best 1 dozen ears $8.00 Buggy Rug, 2nd. best 1 dozen ears. $3.00 Umbrella, 3rd. best 1 dozen ears. $1. County Paper 1 year for 4hbes.t 1 dozen ears. doors with new, te Watch- I mi Co. Louisville, Ky. Yellow Corn. $3.00 Pair Gloves, Best 1 dozen ears. dozen ears. 1 E. McMerts & Strawberry, Or Red. 1 $3.00 Razor, for Best Rexall Orderlies have a soothing, healing strengthening, tonic and regulative action upon the bowel. They remove all irritation, dryness, soreness and weakness. They restore the bowels and associate organs to move vigor ous ana neaitny activity. iney are eaten like candy, may be taken at any time without inconvenience, do not cause any griping, nausea, diorrhoea, excessive looseness, flatulence or other disagreeable effect. Price 25c. and 10c. Sold only at our store The Rexall Store. R. E. McRoberts & Son. 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 cheap quality Heaviest Corn. $10.00 set Rodgers Silver Knives and Forks, PREACH ERSV1LLE. Mr. Wm. Richardson is confined to his bed with mumps. Born, to the wife of J. L. Kennedy, a nice girl Mary Jane. Mrs. Ona Naylor bought a nice jersey yearling heifer of J. W. Brown for$25. Grimes & Miller sold 100 barrels of corn to W. H. Cummins at 2.50 delivered. Mr. Sam Ramsey sold Mr. Frank Holtzclaw a lot of corn in shnck at 2.25 delivered. Mrs. to. B. Thornton has returned to her home at Zephyr Hill, Fla. after a goods bought, but the kind we can guarantee and stand back of. Call and be convinced that you can get D m wsmmm (iirMiris mmmmm a for heaviest 1 dozen ears, any color or variety, dry and soundness considered scale test. better goods and more for your money than any store in the county. Do not patronize mail order houses when your own home merchant will do better for you. 25 COMPANY. . i Longest Corn, $3 Hat, for Longest sidered. 1 dozen ears, quality con- Freaks S1.00 Most complete Freak ear, one. I Loose Leaf Warehouse KENTUCKY, $2.00 Best Kershaw $2.00 Largest Pumpkin, $2.00 Best 2 gal. Sorghum Moiasses. 1-- ?e$y gf flopr space, 608 feet by 1?0 feet. Plenly of sle4 room for wagons, Box stalls fo? yeur hgrses, All modern conveniences, IJigiest price for your tobacco, Enter This Week: If Possible. visit to her parents here. Rev. J. E. Roberts, pastor of the M. E. church, will preach Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night. Mr. Zuinn Naylor and sister, Miss Zula, visited Mr. and Mrs. Grover Gastineau at Point Leavell. J. W. Brown and family moved laaJ, week to their new home at Shejby City, Our community regrets to giv$ them up, but hope they will like. t.heir uew home. 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." Watches lower than the lowest, and better than the best. First Sale Tuesday, ' Nov., y 19th, 1912. Come to see us. W. O. Funeral Director anJ Embahner. Home Phone J. D. CLARK, Manager 33. OffideThone 18. Lancaster, Ky. The Baptist Sunday school is now in running ofderr large crowd present Sunday "morning. On the account of baft weather Wednesday evening of last I weekj organization of prayer meeting was deferred. M. F.Laurence has had James Bryant and son build a nice new stock barn. He has also had his brick residence painted, and this place known as th. old Lackey place, never looked any handsomer. Winslow Jewelry and Optical DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Go. im ' j?j- rmy "g 5 . $tiM&M2M0' HAKE THIS TEST ENDORSED AT HOME. h o '4&m$&&s&i& &&lgJ$&8!&l&& H Haw to Tell iifet:iisssy,fi3!iiiill ill your cw.i pleasure this year by pre:cr.:r a iiil thai conveys tne J k wen as i: i? c rricr.i value Uur ceritimcnl. the ihcught cr . I A DD "lo hi . Ti. t ii"i t: VxT frfl ft is rei-hi- e 5 3 " iLiS-- T V7;i.H u 'J:. II nd ? 8se"-vcEac:- O. . !y zrvii'jtj i J . ma anr.ropriate ri:r"'eclions lhat v. Ill dcilrl'.l- an please ycu no miller how w i ycu excect to ??y fcr ifis of much or how this character. villi vm i- e for all m - - .'f --. i it! 't:' :rMi: .aviro heartfelt . appreciation fiilTSIIl ,......-r i ntl'1 .k s ' ..' ' time to i:a,:vWl! !! ca'alfffue, jwtt!i incii, show--;- -t f t'" a coj Period Stjles ' l.'jrsrv Inrer? is .irtsnuwJ inir r.isrv lie!: :!.r bncrcton is a notcblc csampie, ''nl.oscs of scrti'r.n' I. o.:u tj! spct., hI a. .r --- .I those contcmnlctintr the u T' it: 3 HURT & ANDERSON. "S?Ke !SJ ass M 0$tWM&!rc THE m $ SS CLOSED AN ELEfltNT DA.VEKPCRT 'HICHEJTAWAnD JAMaTOVN EXPOSITION OPEN A PERFECT BED the Kindel Parlor Bed you can make a few rooms do the duty of many without C1UWUIU& ui iiiv.uuvuiiiciiic ui uiiy viiiu. The Kindel Parlor Bed is three comolete. oerfect articles in the form and at the price of one a handsome d bed by night, davenport by day, a comfortable, and a handy wardrobe all the time. It does not even sugpurpose to the most critical observer. gest its three-fol- d The bedding is always in place, ready tor instant use. Is easily changed in a moment from one to the other. Made in all the different woods, styles and finishes, of the best materials throughout, bimple, positive, automatic action cannot get out of order. er for any Home. The Greatest Space-SaA style for every taste a price for every purse. An interesting demonstration is being given this week. CALL AND SEE IT TODAY full-sizex) 'flVTITH V HURT ft, ANDERSON. na PROTECT your BOOKS ! They're too valuable to be strewn about the room cr house exposed to dust and damage I Of course you is full arid of the old can't help it, if your book-cas- e style solid construction. Better get rid of such a case, or start a new one that will always accommodate your books without being either too large or too small one that grows wi.h your library and always fits L The If Yor - flair is Diseased Such Pnwf As This Should Convince Any Even if you have a luxuriant head of Lancaster Citizen. hair, you may want to know whether it is in a healthy condition or not. 98 per cent of the people need a hair tonic. The public endorsement of a local . Pull a hair out ot your head, if the citizen is the best proof that can be end of the root is white and produced bulb at the None better, none stronger shrunken, it proves that the hair is dis- can be had. When a man comes foreased and requires prompt attention it ward and testifies to his its loss would be avoided. If the bulb addresses his friends and neighis pink and full, the hair is healthy. bors, you may be sure he is thoroughWe want everyone whose hair re- ly convinced or he would IS not do so. quires treatment to try Rexall ''93" Telling one's experience when it is for Hair Tonic. We promise that it shall the public good 13 an act of .kindness . not cost anything if it does not give that should be appreciated. The fol- - J satisfactory results. It is designed to lowing statement given by a resident overcome dandruff, relieye scalp irrita of Lancaster adds one more to the tion, to stimulate the hair roots, tight- many cases of Home Endorsement en the hair already in the head, grow which are being published about Doan's hair and overcome baldness. Kidney Pills. Read it. It is because of what Rexall "93" Frank Hibbard, Water St., Lancaster, Residence Phone Hair Tonic has done and our sincere Ky., says: "My experience with Doan's Office Phone 31. faith in its goodness that we want you Kidney Pills has been such that I do LANCASTER. KY. to try it at our risk. Two sizes, 50c. not hesitate to advise their use. I had and $1,00. Sold only at our store The weak kidneys. Their action was irregI Rexall Store. R. E. McRoberts & Son. ular and often painful. My back pained me. It was then that I used Doan's Tyrolese Griess Soup. Kidney Pills. They fixed me up in d Boil a piece of salt pork, good shape. The pains left it and my ' fat and lean mixed, in about three pints kidneys became normal." For sale by all dealers. Price 50cts. of water, for three and a half to four n Co., Buffalo, New York, hours, or until soft. When done take out, add to the water, salt and pepper sole agents for the United States. 3 fTYYQYV-TT0TYy- : to taste, thicked with farina and one Remember the name Doan's and beaten egg; add halfpint of milk; boil take no other. OUT-LOO- K. up until smooth, and serve with croutons. Tne same kind of soup is Starting Bulbs. delicious made with any soup stock or Those who are wise will buy brood sows this fall. There are good Ros Millennium Food Extract. It is also reasons for this, the shortage in all meat producing animals being greater than In starting Hyacintns, Narcissus and acceptable without egg. A few Tuiips, at any time during the past ten years. it is not necessary to pot them spoonfuls of cream added to each plate Besides, figures from good authorities show that beef cattle have deburv the pots till winter, as one of tomato bisque soup gives it a delicious, suggests. Simply place creased almost ten million head, the number of sheep 9,600.000 and hogs the bulbs in smooth consistency. Add after taken Growers of What we Sell. in proportion: then add to thi3 the depletion on account of cholera, we the soil so the crown will protrude, from the fire, that it may not curdle. have only one conclusion to reach, that the world is short on all meat animals water, then set the bulbs in a dark Write for free Catalogue. No Agts and the supply will fall short of the demand by millions of pounds. Already closet until roots form. They may then World's Greatast Catarrh be brought gradually to the light. The supply of breeding hogs will likely prove inthe price of hogs is high. adequate for the demand and hence the advisability of prompt action in proHyacinths and Narcissus are the most Remedy & Sons. curing your brood sows. Get every one you can care lor, get good ones g reliable of bulbs for H.F.Hillenzneyer Just breathe Booth's HYOMEI for the window. Tulips, Crocuses and some that are immune and you need wait only a short time for your profits. " The five minutes and the penetrating anti- other recommended suffer man who begins the season of 1913 without a good bunch of brood sows is overLexington. Kentuckv. from a dry, septic air from the Eucalyptus forests hot atmosphere, and are sudject to looking the best opportunity that ever came to the tiller of the soil. or Australia win soothe the sore aphides. On this account We have on hand and for sale a fine selection of Duroc Gilts which have it is well Catarrhal membrane and give wonderful always to cover the surface about the been bred to our immune boar which came from the Hillhurst Farm at Leban3e:v M(n IH T3JLS?K3. Ts&rsm relief. on. See them County Court Day in Lancaster. TTa tall yea fcjw be J bulds with chopped tobacco stems. .JfSS p.ytjelttjrir.t Writ. Being such an efficient remedy; absopric Hit for w.Uy ud ntuencu. lutely free from harmful drugs. K. E. M.SABEL&S0NS Porto Rico's New Wonder McRoberts & Son is willing at the F. Robinson, Proprietor. Gayle Doty, Mgr. Dealers Is Fura.H'das, Wool makers' request to guarantee HYOMEI From far away Porto Rico come refor Catarrh, Croup, Catarrhal Deafness, ports of a wonderful new discovery Coughs. Colds, Sore Throat and that is believed will vastly benefit the Bronchitis or monev back. The little people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Barce- book in each package tells how simple oneta, "Dr. King's New writes it is to get rid of all these distressing Discovery is doing splendid work here. DOLLARS MILLIONS OF diseases. Complete HYOMEI outfit It cured me about five times of terrible every year to poultry ana nog including pocket inhaler, $1.00; extra coughs and colds, also my brother of a raisers. Last yjar thousands of bottles, 50 cents at dealers everywhere. severe cold in his chest and more than Poultry Hogs 20 others, who used it on my advice. were saved from cholera and other diseases during the hot weather by the use of The Queen of Pumpkin Pies. We hope this great medicine will yet be Boil pumpkin till soft, and run it sold in every drug store in Porto Rico." ivw through the colander. To each pint of For throat and luhg troubles there is lf pumpkin add one and pints of nothing better. A trial will convince n rich milk, three eggs, one you of its merit. 50c & $1.00. Trial The Greatest Ctolcra Prtventivt Knewa cupful of sugar and two tablespoons of bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. Prevents and cures the cholera, bat don't sorghum. Mix one teaspoonful of cin- McRoberts & Son. pat it off nctii they keel over. Give it to them namon and teaspoonful of gin row mixed with food the it regulatesbowels, disger with the stewed pumpkin before A Handy Door. of the infects them, knocks adding milk. Use a rich crust, and cholera and other germs which get into thetyatem We have a handy dooy in our new ?is m.'Mi.r..m?UM.UMM.wm with the food or drink. bake until brown. This amount makes A Cal'SIno Powder three pies. If you want a particularly hen house. The door is in a partition for Poultry The and another for hoes, packed in rich pie, heap high with whipped cream dividing the house in two parts. metal can3. cai't dry up, lose strength or spoil liKe others and frame is made from 2x4's sawed in the just before serving. costs no more. It is all medicine center, making the frame piece 2x2. and guaranteed too. How to Tell It is thoroughly braced, and covered Written to be understood and (riven free to live owner, our ft) pane illustrated book, by our Finest Hair Dressing For with wire netting. At the top a win- stock Veterinarian, showing how to know and consulting showing how to euro diseases in Horses, CatUr. dow weight cord is fastened, and passSheep, Sw ne and Poultry, together with over M Women Remedies, including es over to a small iron pulley fixed to RESOFIBIHE the jamb; a window weight is tied to for Ring- Bones. Spavins Our guaranteed Splints or any bony enlargements. Perfectly Delightful Full of Refreshing the end. This is of sufficient weight to Stormes, Lancaster THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) Md-Paint Lick, Ky beS. A. Baltimore, close the door. The weight hangs and Invigorating Qualities and Put For " by hind the jamb of the door, and the Life Lustre and Beauty Into C. & J. E. Stormes. Lancaster, Ky. whole mechanism is out of the way of Agents wanted in other towns. Wallace's Farmer. interference. Hair. I 1 LOOK! WINT COAL again. Have the BEST. i 1 fellow-citizen- s, J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director ..... Now is the time to get your and Embalmer 8 in before prices advance "X half-poun- TREES es Phlox. Etc. s S 1 1 See me. H. 6. BfllLEY. Foster-Milbur- Fruit & Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, yY.Y' v&t&it&i. i THE Rhubarb, Peonies. winter-bloomin- FIJRS J. Oakdale Stock: Farm. raCa k r holera Oosts w and V-I- one-ha- well-beate- 1-- m cne-ha- lf K. work-in- tr Cal-SIn- o 1 U. I Use PARISIAN Sage and your hair won't turn gray; won't look faded or grow thin and scraggley. Dandruff will disappear, hair stop falling; the scalp will become immaculately white, and all germ life will be promptly destroyed. At dealers everywhere, 50 cents, Sold by R. E. McRoberts & Son who will refund your money if you are not satisfied. The gin with the Auburn hair is on every package of PARISIAN Sage. - Derby Discuits. " Elastic " Is te Book-Cas- e the original and only sectional book-cas- e and is made by the largest manufacturers of such goods in the world. It's furnished in a variety of grades, sizes and prices, adapted to MEEQJ wrrmrUr milLWT any and all requirements. It's a system of units, each unit fitted with the perfection roller - bearing door. But we'll be glad toshowthemif youcall, or will send illustrated catalogue on request dust-proof HURT and ANDERSON. Many people like biscuits far better than cakes, more especially if they are not very sweet. These are dilicious. For Ferns And Palms. Required: Half a pound of flour, four ounces of butter, four ounces of Once in two weeks give all house sugar, two eggs, four ounces of cur- plants a dose of the following plant food, which comes from the Geneva rants, nutmeg. Rub the butter lightly into the flour, Experiment Station: Nitrate of soda, one and and then add the sugar and currants, lf pounds; sodium phosphate, after first cleaning the latter. pound; potassium sulphite, one pound. Separate the yolks and whites of the Mix one teaspoonful of this mixture eggs. Mix the flour with the beaten yolks and stiffly whipped whites. The in one gallon of water. Apply one cupful to a sixinch pot once in two mixture must be stiff. weeks. This keeps ferns and palms Roll it out thinly on a floured board. Stamp it out into round cakes, lay growingrapidly and in the bestcondition. these on a slightly greased tin, and A Great Building Falls bake about fifteen minutes in a slow oven. when its foundation js undermined, and jf the foundation of health good digeone-ha- lf one-ha- Perfectly Proper. "Miss Jerolomon, do you Tearing his shirt from his back an er think your father would care II Ohio man flagged a train and saved it I called you Minnie?" Lovely Girl from a wreck, but H. T. Alston Raleigh "Certainly not; he calls me that N. C, once prevented a wreck with Electric Bitters. "I was in a terrilbe plight when I began to use them," he Yes. writes, "my stomach, head, back and The most difficult thing for a bride kidneys were all badly affected and my of two months to understand 1b that liver was in bad condition, but four her husband may occasionally want to bottles of Electric Bitters made me feel leave her to spend an hour or two with like a new man." A trial will convince an old college friend. Philadelphia you of thfeir matchless merit for any stomach liver or kidney trouble, price 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. McStab Flagged Train With Shirt. Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according' to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie Wnite-Moo- n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-.Toniman Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write C03I-CEL-SAB, c. 4 CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N The Cowboj Hctlilist ORIGINATOR OF CHEYEJME REMEDIES I3D1M SOPE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N Saved! "I refused to be operated on, the morning I heard about Cardui," writes Mrs. Elmer Sickler, of Terre Haute, Ind. "I tried Cardui, and it helped me greatly. Now, I do my own washing and ironing." E63 & SCIENCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky :fc When I ask you to insure with me, I do not say, "Insure with me because I used to go to school with you" I do not say, "Insure with me, because we attend the same church." I do not say, "Insure with me, because 'cur party affiliations are the same." I do not say, "Insure with me, because I have the largest agency" But I do say, "Insure with me, because I can place your business with the oldest and most liberal companies in the country at the same price you are paying for protection in an inferior company. Office Citizen National Bank. MY SEL.UI1NQ POIINT. r No More Window Shades C&3i in today and let us show you grades. the thr.ee popular-price- d i HURT & ANDERSON, W-- lows. On the fijrst signs of indigestion, Dr. King's IJew Life Pills should be It's such a simple matter to get rid taken to tpne the stomach and regulate of stomach distress that its great pre? liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleasant, valence can only be accounted for by easy, safe and only 25 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Sop. carelessness. m Keep a few Stomach Tablets with you all the time and take one MACAROON CUSTARDS. with or after meals. They will surely prevent fermentation, heaviness, sourThis famous recipe from a Boston ness or any stomach distress. lady's cookbook is a delectable desBert No matter how long or how' severely after a somewhat heavy dinner: Covyou have suffered from Indigestion, er half a pound of macaroons with hot Gastritis, Catarrh of the Stomach or cream, and crush them in it. When Dyspepsia, Add the yolks and Stomach Tablets cool, beat well. if taken regularly will end your misery whites of six eggs, beaten separately, and put your stomach in first class and a tablespbonful of the best brandy hape, or money back. you have. Butter some folds, fill with "Large 'ox for 50 cents at R. E. Mc- the mixture and bake ten minutes. Roberts & Son and druggists every- Unmold when they have chilled, on where. Free trial treatment trom lace paper doilies. If there must be Booth's Buffalo, cake with them, let it be lady fingers. 1-- m MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- Distress Eating. After stionis attacked, Quick c.ollapse fol- Take CARDUI R. P. Frisbie, Lancaster, Kentucky. Tiio Woman's Tpnic 3arduj is a mild, tonic remedy, purely yegetabjje, arjd acts in a natural manner on the delicate, womanly constitution building up strength, and toning up the nerves. In the past 50 years, Cardui has helped more than amillion women. You are urged to try it, because we are sure that it will do you good. B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. QZQANIZEp 883. Vice Prest. tfi Citizens Natigned TJanfe OF LANCASTER, Ky. W CAPITAI, $So,ooo. W, O. Rigney, SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Wauceb, Jr., Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Casb'r, r. A Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. fmi. At all drag ittrtf. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S.L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. MI-O-M- A, N?. ! t M i. -t t ."&&! v ,. . A- - n3L3"Ek2ft2LSri&i i 4 Thanksgiving Special The Newest Ideas in Suits are to be found here. I 3 itPiif lljljf OUR NEW fin A Ts 1X0 EPTION ALLY CHIC. Si''1 " iH Ad Our offerings in Let us save you money oh your Thanksgiving Outfit Table and Household LINEN will delight the Thrifty Housewife. THE QUALITY STORE. fcjpi iS 7i m life In Memory I ?mr The 2. so yctw rt' " gLJa ph tti i -- EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUTFITTERS. ;a3!S5rTKi--i3'- ercantile Co NOTICE TO DELINQUENTS. Hi'" a ''nrntjsa.'sya.iss&isy! - ft r Doctors Use This for Eeze Dr. Evan;. Dr. Holmes, the well known skin speof Health, Eays: "There is almost no relation be- cialist writes: "I am convinced that (he tween sUln diseases anil the blood." The D.D.D. Prescription is as much a snecit'c skin must be cured through the sUin. for eczema as quinine for malaria. 1 The fferms must be washed out, and so have been prescribing the D.D D. remedy salves have Ions aw been found worth- for years." It will take away the itch less. The most advanced physicians of tho instant you apply it. this country are now agreed on this, and In fact, we are so sure of what D.D.D are prescribing a wahh of wintergreen. thymol and othor ingredients for eczema will do for you that we will be k!. and all other skin diseases. This com- to let you have a $1 bottle on our pound is known as D.D.D. Prescription antee that it will cost you nothing 1 1 lefcs you find that it does the work. for Eczema. R.E. McRoberts & Son. 1 .gz2zzrrz: saaaissisw t STOVE LJ Moors Air Tight Heaters $2i ! Call and see them and prepare for cold Weather This is a bargain at the price. The p. Quick Meal Malleable Range Enameled to prevent rusting. The best Malleable Range made. Prices right. A few Buggies at COST. Moline Wagons the best wagon on" the market and at a price to suit anyone. - J. R. Mount, Son & Co. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. m Last as long as the building, and never need repairs never need any attention, except an occasional coat of paint. Just the thing for all kinds of country buildings. Fire-proHandsome Inexpensive. Can be laid right s vet wood shingles ithout dirt or bother.(4) of Apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia It's Pretty Tough Luck and then have the bottom drop out of the thermometer. Don't have that hap Coal Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. to be out of pen to you. Order us to send what coal you may need now If you shouldn't need it, the coal will not spoil. You'll have use for it some time anyway. V Some time ago we announced Arnold. Experimental Station Lexington was ! through the columns of the Record Mrs. J. T. Dunn of Lexington visited the guest of Lancaster friends this that all subscribers who were in a. qhe is sleeping sweetly now. week. Mr. John K. West last Sunday. rears for more than one year would be Not one care upon her brow. Mrs. Samuel Bourne is in Lexington The many friends of Mr. B. F. Hud-so- s stricken from our list on November In her eyes no fever burning. A Grief Mention of the Cpti's sad visiting her daughter Mrs. Clark. In her heart no eager yearning. will be glad to know that his con- 15th, but because of the fact that next Gomes LyTnosz Uz Arc InUrsctcd lr. Both her hands are quite dear. Miss Mary Poff who has been ill has dition still shows marked improvement Mondav is county court day, as well as ' Tt&S&ZSZVl?JllXttXZl'i.'LlS2XZ And there is no crystal tear, sufficiently recovered to be out again. and it is hoped that he will be out in the beginning of circuit court, and many of our subscribers have put the On her cheek; the night is sweet. the near future. Mrs. Ciead of Lexington is here for Miss Nell Estill of Denver, Colorado, matter of paying their subscription off To the quiet of her feet. Mrs. Robert Ware has completed her until that time, we a visit to Miss Susie Brashear. ia the guest of Miss Katie Lee Denny. have concluded to She is sleeping ever calm, pleasant stay with her daughter Mrs. to put this action off until the issue In the perfume and the balm. Miss Lucile Jones of Colorado is here Mr. J. N. Ross has been visiting his R. E. McRoberts and left for Knox-vill- e following court day. which will be the That must bring to her at last. for a vis.it to the Misses Dickerso'n. fiiend Mr. C. D. Turner at Earl, Ark. when she will visit before return- issue of Nov. 29th, at which time we AH th- - pageants of the oast. will ing to her home in Hopkinsville. positively take from the lists the name In their bright procession winding, Honorable J. M.Tarra and Squire R. Miss Hallie Coy of Kirksville is visitDown the vales beyond all finding. Boyle were in Frankfort on A berDay. ing her grand mother Mrs. J. P. Long. The Ladies Presbyterian Missionary of every subscriber who is in arrears She is sleeping sweetly now, for one year or longer. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Anderson have Reverend O. P. Bush is engaged in a Society will have their annual silver With no wrinkle on her brow. This action is not of our choosing but offering Friday evening November 22 returned to their home in Washington series of meetings at Herring's School is forced upon us by the postal All she lived for there she lies. nd. at the church. All are most cordiCitv. House. With no tear drop in her eyes. ally invited. Miss Martha Gill, Secret- authorities who are requiring such action Everlasting! Let her sleep. upon the part of all publisheres. John Glenn of Lexington was Miss Mrs. J. W. Acey of Stanford has ary. Do not murmur, do not weep! Bessie Brown's guest Satuulay and been visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. j Think my father of the tears. Miss Willie Benton Logsden who Sunday. Win. Hughes. Turkey Slaughtering. She'll not know thro coming yeara. was married last week to LaMount Mrs. R. A. Campbell of Columbus. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hall of WinchesHankla of Junction City will be well Eugene Mr. H. B. Northcott the local poultry Ohio., is visiting the family of Mr. ter were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. remembered here as she wis a fre- dealer has been very busy the past John Johnson.- . Parker Grogory. quent and attractive visitor of Miss week slaughtering turkeys for the Miss Mattie P. Fnsbie is at home Mr. James O'Bannon of Greenville, Sue Shelby Mason and sister. Thanksgiving rush. He is shipping to afcer a stay with Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Miss., visited his uncle, Mr. John K. the eastern market as fast as he can for Record Price of Danville. West last week. kill and cool them, and as the weather Hogs Are Required To Be Buried When is very propitious for the work he is Mrs. Mildred Beazley is at home Misses Jean Paxton and Nellie Hill of enabled to make almost daily shipment. again after a visit to her daughter Mrs Stanfoid were with Lancaster friends, They Die Of Cholera. Mr. Northcott expects to get about , Saturday and Sunday. Wm. Havs in Stanfoid. The following bulletin issued by the 1500 of the fowls in this county and YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Mesdames W. 0. Rigney and Fred P. Mrs. Emma Elkin left Wednesday to Kentucky Experimental Station cites about 2000 at his Stanford pens. He Frisbie were in Danville Sunday ts see visit'Mr. and Mrs. Sherley Elkin in the law in regard to the disposal of the has been paying from 12 to 14 cents Mr. and Mrs. John Cotton. Elkins West Virginia. carcasses of hogs dying of cholera, and per pound for them on foot, according to Mrs. J. Fleece Robinson is at home Mr. and Mrs. James Ware of Knox-- i in view of t'e prevalence of the dis- size and condition. individual flock See "Sentimental Sarahs" at the About the largest again after a visit to her sister Mrs. ville are here for a visit to Mrs. R. E. ease among the swine of the country, Opera House Friday 29th. bought in this county was purchased of B. D. Herndon of Danville. McRoberts and family. should be carried out to the letter. Miss Bell Dollins of the Point Leavell FOR rent:-street- . -- Cottage on Richmond Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hampton of Mrs. Lora Belle Campbell of Louis DISPOSAL OF DEAD HOGS. neighborhood and consisted ol 60 fowls W. J. Romans. Winchester were guests on Sunday of ville is the guest of her aunts Misses Hog cholera is again prevalent over for which he paid 14J cents per pound Dr. T. J. and Miss Emma Hood. Elizabeth and India Johnson. practically the entire State of Kentuc- and which netted their owner in the Do not forget the date of the demonky, and we cannot help but feel that neighborhood of $100. stration at Currey's. Nov. 23rd. Mr. Joe McCormack and family have Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Amon, Mrs. W. , moved to Ashville North Carolina for Ross Bastin and Miss Bessie Gulley this is due largely to carelessness in I am giving some fine bargains on the disposition of carcasses of hogs dythe benefit of Mrs. McCormack's were visitors in Danville Tuesday. The Evolution Of The Hospital. both heating and cooking Stoves. Unles3 we adopt ing from cholera. health. Misses Bessie and Nora Brown will W. J. Romans, radical measures, and see that the statThe modern hospital is a sanitary Mrs. James Dalton has been in Lex- spend several days at Kirksville with utes covering the disposition of carcass- work-shoUntil a few years ago, it Boarding house for rent. Mrs. Hallie ington to see her daughter Miss Mary their grandmother. Mrs. Wm Blake-ma- es of hogs dying from contagious diswas a place where sick people could be B. Sweeney Bryantsville Ky. who is again a student at Hamilton tf. eases are enforced, the tremendous kept until they recovered. it College. Miss Jennie Lackey is in Winchester losses that we have had for the last is a work-sho- p where they are made for sale: Fresh jersey cow and calf, Misses Martha and Helen Gill enter- for a visit to Mr and Mrs H. H. Hall, two years will continue indefinitely. well. Mrs. W. B. Mason. We also feel the inability of this detained at a sumptuous dinner compl- and from there she goes to Paris to A few years ago the adequately partment to protect the live stock in- - equipped hospital was a clean honse For Rent: House and lot on Lexingimentary to Miss Charlott Mount of visit relatives. Lagrange. Mrs. Susan Fisher. The women of the Methodist church terests of Kentucky without the hearty I with clean floors, clean wafls, a clean ton Street. cooperation of the stock raisers. This bed. indifferently trained nurses and Mr, and Mrs. Towles Walker of met Tuesday afternoon at the home of daily of parties who. doctor whose sole means of diagnosis Indiana have removed to Lan- Mis. G. M. Patterson to organize a mis offiice is notified Winter buggy robes are going very through carelessness or ignorance, were his ear, his eye and his touch at caster and rented the residence of Miss sionary society. fast at the low prices I am giving. law governing the the bedside of the patient. have violated the the Rella Arnold. W. J. Romans. The C. W. B. M. will hold an ex- disposition of carcasses. For this rea- modern hospital has a laboratory of Mr. Roscoe Acton and pretty young change on November the 27th. the day son, we desire to call the attention of pathology to aid the surgeon or physiFancy premiums given on Corn, bride have returned to Shepherdsville before Thanksgiving at Haselden Bro the public to the following chapter cian in his diagnosis, a laboratory of Pumpkins, Kershaws and Sorghum Moafter a visit to Dr. J. M. Acton and thers hardware store. from the Acts of the General Assem- bacteriology, a department of physical lasses at the Show Monday by Ed. C, Misses Fay and Florence Acton. Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leavell enter- bly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, therapeutics for various sorts of exer- Gaines the Insurance man. cise, a department of dietetics in which Miss Katie Lee Denny was hostess tained at a six o'clock dinner in honor page 236: CHAPTER 79. patients may be fed by the doctor's for an elaborate dinner, the guest of of Mr. Wiley of Alabama and Messrs. So far there is but one entry, come honor being Miss Charlotte Mount of Arch and Woods Walker of this county. providing for the destruction prescription and their food measured An Act forget there is twelve prizes LaGrange the attractive cousin of Miss of the carcasses of swine dying from in exact terms; an operating depart- - offered at Gaines Corn Show. Send in Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hampton of i fment, aseptic, with all which that at once. Joan Mount. cholera or other disease Winchester entertained their cousins Be it enacted by the General Assem- term implies; a milk laboratory for The Chautauqua Circle met Wednes- Dr. Hood and sister Miss Emma Hood If it is a Stove you want I have it and a vast list of maday afternoon at the home of Mrs. at an elaborate course dinner at the bly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky, apparat- high in quality, and low in price. That in all cases where any chinery such as first: W. J. Romans. pig, shoat or nog snail cue ot tne ais- - us instruments for measuring and ease commonly called "hog cholera", microscopes and instruments for countWe want you as a Judge when we outfits, apor any other disease, it shall be the ing the blood-celldemonstrate McLaughlin's Coffee's duty of the owner, or owners, of such paratus for introducing normal salines Sat. 30th. Don't disappoint us. pig, shoat or hog, or the person or per- and other fluids into the blood, and so Davidson & Doty. sons having the care or custody of the on down the list almost ad infinitum. same, having knowledge of the fact or Yet this change is more one of FOS LALE: A splendid small farm of than of kind. In 1863. Florence 74 acres on the Richmond and Lancasupon receiving notice thereof, to cause the carcass of the same to be burned Nightingale published a book on the ter pike. Address J. F. Higgins R. F. within twelve hours, or securely buried hospital of that day. Her plan3 down D. no 1 Lancaster Ky. to the minutest detail show the hoslf feet deep. two and i 11 ti i VvSS. :wjbs. 11 ff II IIIIU We will not issue any special invitasecond: Any person, or persons, pital unit almost precisely as it is tofailing and refusing to comply with the daythe ward flanked by the service-roo- tions for fear that we might miss some the bath, the toilet, the k one; because we want everbody to try above provisions shall he deemed guilty room, the convalescents' dining-roo- some of the McLaughlin Coffee. of a misdemeanor and upon conviction the linen room, the surgical thereof shall he fined in a sum not less Davidson & Doty. dressing-rooand more than fifty dollars. than ten ojiaiiar. Approved or the Governor Mar. 14, '12. the medicine-closet- the supply-room- s AhcIjqb Sale. by SSmF p Uo day, says Dr. w. is. Kus3, in a IHflfll The burying of hogs that have died At 1 P, M. Monday county court day. of cholera is a dangerous practice and recent issue of The Journal of the In front of court house will I sell to the Virulent out- American Medicane Association, our highest bidder a should he discouraged. lot of hospital breaks of bog cholera have developed units are the same, but our construction furnishings; including beds mattresses from carcassed that have been buried is steel and concrete; we have no carpets sheets pillows blankets, tables etc and our furniture is of for several years; therefore the man J. A. Amon. hogs on his farm is white enamel. We have forsaken the who buries cholera in constant danger of hog cholera. oldtime heat registers with their dust Public Sale. and soot; we have steam radiators that Burning is greatly to be preferred. we The undersign will on Nov. 25th Trusting that we may have your give nothing into the hearty cooperation in the eradication have screens on our windows to deny 1912, County Court day in Lancaster, of hog cholera from Kentucky, the De- admission to the fly and the mosquito sell to the highest bidder one 6 Cylinpartment of Animal Husbandry of the and other insects, that may carry the der 5Q H. P. seven passenger automo- Kentucky Agricultural Experiment oaganisma of disease. We know that bile one five passenger 1912 Model T sunlight is one of God's ways of curing Ford touring car. These cars are in Station is always at your command. disease and that fresh air is one of the perfect condition and will give any E. S. Good Head of the Division of Animal Hus- greatest physicians in the world, so that prospective purchaser thorough demNo bandry, Kentucky Agricultural Exper- we build our fnodern hospitals with onstration in either car after arriving 9 1H hm u windows facing to the sun, with air- in Lancaster on the above date . iment Station, Lexington, Ky. No space measured in terms of cubic feet W. J. DaBaun, Perryville, Ky. Robert Graham, k.''' fV State .Veterinarian, Lexjngton, Kyt for the sick. PQpIs VvsN JOSGlp Ik .". ,t?JM.5, 5 s i I FrP(i Fiisbie. The subjects discussed Hotel Kengarlan. wore "The Rule of Switzerland" and Dr. R. L. Pontius of the Kentucky "Public Protection of Labor." of our Mammie Mrs. Louisa - Subscribe 1 J ! ! p. n. To-da- y, 1 ll-l-- 4t. Con-nersvil- le To-da- y I in-do- nt infa- nt-feeding, blood-pressu- re s, X-r- ay de-gr- ea 'MwmJJ vmb AbsoluielyPure Alum Lime Phosphates ih jrnr nun one-ha- Royal m, cpn Grape slop-sin- m, s. dust-catcher- s; BahifigPowder tv,j sick-roo- ll-15-- 2t - h.OJJ.. 2 ij i A' P ij- - ' .. -- J "' - ,v -. . 5?'s.s;K?3SSIgiS gtrerai gjoagg'KBs wjga 2 M stfsftBttSftSfcasTttaaaa c8aceac8ss8ss358BSsj &ss3a8:i: AND NIQHT. MIHI t v Ih9 fl. J. TlttSLEY, . Stop At Arnold's New Garage Always kept warm. Free Storage. - OPEN DAY CountjJ. Surveyor. PHONE 329-- J. Office over F. ? Hurt's furniture store. Remember we do Automobile Painting, Trimming, Etc. Isinglass put in your curtains while you wait. Lancaster, r";t Kentucky. United States, Firestone, Goodyear, Racine and Republic TIRES carried in stock. Racine Tires guaranteee for 5000 miles no trusty. . -- jweciinMMiiii)wwwww . uut Tiowers ofQUALTTY. Full stock of accessories. 1. Soliciting a portion of your business, I am, yours very truly, t v Lware McKoberts. R. M. ARNOLD, 4- Builder of Fine Buggies DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER Garage run in connection with carriage factory. t4M5 HSrK&5!r5;A5WrKraarSrKHK3 - and CODNTY' ATTORNEY. Will Practice In all State Courts anc U. S. District Court. OfQce t&'&Cmu'i,SSE.if'tlt'it'tt Eggs sold for 72 cents per dozen in ! Many friends of the young manpastor, New York last week. tormerly of Lancaster McKendree region, will be interested to hear that ' Noted Lady Speaker To Be Here. he is having best congregation of a life ; Miss Fannie Rawson, State Li- time, all along the battle line of the O. B. Pastorate, with fiscal served brarian will speak at the court house B. and accession to member's ship. Midin Lancaster at 2:30 o'clock on the day rally services, with luncheon afternoon of December 14th under the week all Such as only the queens of Garrard auspices ofthp Woman's Club. It is particularly desired that all the teachers county serve held at two points, with of the county hear Miss Rawson as she fraternal fellowship of all demomination in record interest and numbers. Fiscal will have something to say that will be and Benevolences apportioned for 1913 of great interest to them. were promptly responded, at the Mid1 J 3&&&&&i&&&& over Police Court. Phone 194 Look To ie Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) Veterinary Office Surgeon -- and Dentist. at Raineys Livery Stable. -- NOTICE Your 1912 Future K Lancaster. - - Kentucky 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 COME! COME! Who So Ever Will. Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The Old Reliable Barber. HENRY DUNCAN Office Hours Office over n.m to 12. lp.m. to t. Stormes' Drug Store 13. IT. "WALTER. DENTIST. Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky TAXES are now past due. Please call save further cost and trouble. Wednesday. Mr. Ike Dunn formerly of Bryants-villbut who now resides in Fayette Squire Boyle, Who Was Appointed One county suffered the Iobs of a large toOf The Commissioners For Garrard bacco barn by fire on the night of the CouBly To Plant A Tree On The 22nd. inst. Mr. Dunn had incurance only to the amount of $1700. and he figCapitol Grounds On Arbor Day ures his loss at something over $5,000. Makes The Following Mr. Herbert Gulley, a brother-in-laReport. of Mr. Dunn lost a tobacco crop which was housed in the barn. Lancaster Ky, Nov 13th, 1912. Only A Fire Hero. Report of Messrs A. D. Ford, county judge, John Farra, R. Boyle, Commisbut the crowd cheered, as, e, w Ike Dunn Loses Tobacco Barn. week service at Bryantsville last Garrard Bank Co., &. Trust a: and get used doing business as big business is done. Besides an account here is a money saver in many ways. A check costs you only two cents to mail. What does it cost you to send the cash? The Garrard Bank earth around it, and before the assembled people drew a flaak and tricked the finest Bourbon from the limbs down the trunk to the soil, at the same time blessing it in the name of Garrard county and state of Ky. We took also a persimmon tree a beautiful specimen of the finest variety and along with it two and a half of the fruit of its forbears which were placed in the Department of Agriculture under the care of the ladies in charge, and especially Mis3 A. L. Raleigh, whom to meet is a pleasure gal-Io- ns & Trust Company with burned hands, he held up a small 'round box, "Fellows!" he shouted, " this Bucklen's Arnica Salve I hold, hasevervthingbeat for burns." Right! also for boils, ulcers, sores, pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains, bruises, Surest pile cure. It subdues inflammation, kills pain, " Only 25 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son 1-- m sioners for Garrard county. That on the above date Farra and Boyle proceded to Frankfort and on the Capitol grounds delivered to Pro. Barton in charge of the Arboratum a beautiful specimuen of the sugar tree selected by said commr's as representa- J5. W. Morrow, Graduate Opticiai Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. HIIIII and settle same at once and thus f FARMER'S tive of the natural growth of her forestry and soil, we saw the tree planted in the place assigned and firmed the 3K3$KS$!$eS$3&S always, gave instruction how to care and plant the seeds and sent every person I met to speak to them for the fruit, all went and those whom I saw not were suppliednd instructed by the ladies in charge. When the Governor sat down to his regular meal he found it enriched by a goodly portion of Garrard county's persimons, he sent word to the ladies that he would see to the planting of that tree and wanted it as near the Govenor's Mansion as possible for he was going to catch the possums himself. MIIIMIIMMMI 1 COLUMN , ! I DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. Offiice over Logan's store. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6 I Sell Your Tobacco At The Big House I THAT'S THE 1 G. T. Ballard, dpace below this heading is for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to. advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only in two issues of the Record, free of charge I W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Sheriff Garrard County. To 40,000 Burley Tobacco Growers Stockholders in Strater Bros Branch Factory Here are ten brands of tobacco. All of you know their worth, for you supply the leaf. It comes from your own tobacco farms. Most of you smoke or chew one of these brands, for they represent the cream of your crops. You know of none better, none richer, and you know that each sale brings a profit to you. You are partners in each of these brands. Here's a way to increase your profits on each. Wanted Good fresh milk cow, phone 232. Sam Johnson Sr. FOR Sale:20 bushels of seed rye. E. C. McWhorter, Paint Lick, Ky. For Sale: 35 ewes and one buck. George D. Robinson. Some sows and pigs for sale. J. A. Conn Jr. Lancaster Ky. People's Tobacco Warehouse INCORPORATED. Residence Phone 220. The Largest House In This Section. Perryville Street, Que Blpck from Queen & H. J. PATRICK, For Sale: a fine 5 yr old jersey cow to be fresh Dec, 1st. W. T. King 52-20- Crescent Depot Dentist. All Work Guaranteed. G. A. Swinebroad sold pound hogs to Lawson & Brown for 7 cents per pound. 0 DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, Phone NQ. 50. Paint Lick, Kentucky for SALE': Mammoth Bronze turkeys, hens and gobblers. Phone 393 F. Mrs. B. P. Swope. Opening Sale November 2X, 1912, and sales daily thereafter, Capacity enlarged and every facility for the best of accommodations, We have doubled our unloading capacity and added a large sales room to the main building. M. K. Denny; DENTIST OfQce over Hurt fc Anderson's. 40,000 Partner-Salesme- n See Bennett Memorial School. these brands, and thus increase your revenue from them. Your cooperation, individually, can result in gigantic sales. Here's how it works out. We want 40,000 more salesmen and you. Mr. Grower, are one that we want. We want you to work with us, to help sell Admittedly one of the very best schools in the State. Five Schools in one. Bigfc Scfewl, Normal Sckwl, Graded School SckosI Let Each Man Tell Ten Friends Let each of you growers tell ten friends what you'know of Strater Bros.' Branch Brands, the brands for which yon grow the leaf. Always keep one of these brandsjn your pocket and give to these friends to try. Explain that the leaves were the pick of your crop and that no better crops are grown. Point out the reasons why these brands of tobacco should be every smoker's and ciezrer's choice since it is your choicest growth. 40.000 men, each telling ten triends, will thus get a powerful to nearly 400.000. If each of those friends tell live others, nearly 2.000,000 men are affected. Think what an increase this would make on these brands in one section. You are selling to us. We are selling to them. So let us work jointly to sell the utmost that sales-messa- For Sale One Moores Airtight Heater, good as new; alBO buggy and sewing mechine, cheap. Clay Sutton, Good Poland China boar Ready for Service. Carlton Elkin, For sale: A fine lot of thorough-bre- d duroc gilts already bred, also fifteen well fatted meat hogs. J. F. Robinson. pig. my 50 acre farm for yr, for grazing, well watered all yr, price $150.00 cash 'for particulars see Tom Conn or write me 621 H. St. Sacramento, California. G. Y. Conn. 1913 for sale Col. C. C. Lucas, of North Carolinawill sell. -- Expert men in all departments to look after your tobacco. I we can. For Rent; Tell Dealers, Too Tell dealers, too, when you buy these brands, what you know of their quality. Let them know of their nation-widpopularity, how they repeat, and how they make triends of consumers. e I. M. DUNN, )&&&&$&$$&$&&&&tf President. JAMES SALLE, Sec'y. &&&$&&&&i&&$ V. ef Music, Cmnercial School. LONDON, .. H J. C. LEWIS, Prin. " Ky. BE A BOOSTER OF BURLEY GROW. ERS BRANDS, thus boosting the tales and your profits. Real Estate and Auctioneer. A IF YOU WANT TO- m ( Sell Buy a Farm, Sell a Farm, -- These brands pi tobacco are famous sellers as all who sell them know. They are made from the best,"lroiri the',cream of the crops, from forty thousand farms. They form the greatest repeaters known, a steady source of profit. Put them into your stock for a trial and see what they do. You will sell them for years If you sell tticm one week. POST-FU- LL GLOW-PEN- NY PAY. For Smokins-GOLD- EN -- DAY'S WORK -- ON THE ForChewinK-lNDEX-- BY JOE TWlST-j- UP " NATURAL LEAF. 5TRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH TO ALL DEALERS WHO SELL TOBACCO 1 Bring Your T Residence Phone 66. Tobacco To i r I at Auction will give you prices on 50 Choice Farms. rock-botto- BURLEY TOBACCO pjvff AV, pprLous.wIJIev y. (3) See le m Xouck tbe Live Wire. W. T KING, LANCASTER. - x KENTUCKY. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. T Stanford Street. urkMiprirx. lric.Ut Writ. Wl&&'''' If J. VfTViunl Capitol $50,000. A. R. DENNY, Surplus $30,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, President J.SE. STORMES, Vice H To Business Phone 211. p Cashier. Direct Buyers. No i No Auction Sales. H. T. Embry, Ais'qashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Deposit WjE Boxes J. for JA. Rent. J. E. Commission Pay. SOLICIT QUR JEtUSINESS. H. Posey, Samuel D, Cochran. .AJex R. Denny, Stonpes, S.3. JRenny, J.,L. Gill. Dr. ,W. . We Buy Tour Tobacco at Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. Elliott, Directors. mmmmmmmmm eipppf9iijpiiil .. V r.MKf' '. If X. -