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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 29, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912112901_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 29, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i TTTF1 LeS3 POi?E RELlGIOb TWENTY THIRD YEAH. ENTRAi RECORD UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29 1912. First fall of "the Backbone, .next. N0MBKX84. s8K3E&333E$mSKS$rS3ESf2Cm33 lat.lrittm " Tthbeautiful" Sunday. spare ribs and sausage a Quail have been living on borrowed time because of the dry weather, but it did not help brer rabbit much. Will Put Out Full Ticket. MDflE H W A COMPLETE LINE OF Remember the Circle Girls annual bazaar and candy sale .on.December 6th Autoist are not so numerous as they and 7th at Hurt & Andhrsons store. were. Daniel. Circle Girls annual bazaar and candy sale December Gth and 7th. Mr. A. G. Daniel died at his home in Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves and Ranges. Grates; Grate Baskets, Fire Backs and Fire Brick. Anything You Want in Guns,Ammunition,Hunting Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: Ice cream for Thanksgiving and Paragould, Ark. on Nov. 23rd. at the Christmas. Get your orders in early. age of 7(5 years. He was well known Blue Grass Creamery. in this county having many relatives, Friends Want Mount to Run. among W. J. Romans, It will take a whole lot of prosperity Arthusathem MadamesCarrie Davidson. J. R. Mount, of Lancaster, who is Currey and to enable an editor to eat thanksgiving He is survived by his wife Mrs. Mary well known in Lincoln and who is one turkey while they keep at the present D. Daniel and one sister Mrs. W. A. of the original Wilson men of Kenprices. Rabbit suits their pile better. Yantis. Much sympathy is extended tucky, is being urged by many of his friends to make the race for the state The trial of Thomas Ralston charged to the bereaved ones. senate from this district next year. George Finley at with the killing of Mr. Mount is a brother-in-laof Mr. Getting Well. Paint Lick several months since, has for the seventh day of this J. W. the bright little son of Mr. and H. J. McRoberts, of this city, and been set would have strong support in Lincoln. term of court, which is next Monday. Mrs. Richard Burton of Bryantsville The Danville Messenger Tuesday said: has been having a hard time of it for J. R. Mount of Lancaster has always On December 6th. and 7th. the Bap- the past week having contracted tist Aid Society will hold a Bazaar in Diphtheria. An operation was neces- been a staunch supporter of Gov. Beckham, in fact has always worked and Miss Arnolds Millinery Department. sary. Dr. Amon was at the bedside talked for him not only in Garrard but A general assortment of Christmas from Wednesday of last week until novelties will be shown. Dolls and an Tuesday of this week without leaving all over the state. A number of Mr. art display of copies from famous the house. The little fellow is doing Mount's friends are anxious for him to enter the race for State Senate from paintings will be among the attractions fine now and wo hope he will soon be this District, and the fact that he is IBS for sale. General patronage solicited. entirely recovered. Miss Darnold has such a warm supporter of Gov. Beck- Libra-ia- n been his nurse. ham will make for him many more Miss Fannie C. Rawson State friends. Interior Journal. of the Library Commission, will adLogan Ison Announces dress the people of Lancaster and GarCircuit Court. rard county in interest of establishing Logan Ison announces his candidacy a public library in Lancaster. wet-j or me nomination tor mag. tins The November term of the Garrard Miss Rawson comes at the request of istrate in the Bryantsville district, subcircuit court convened Monday morning the Womans Federated Club. All in- ject to the action of the democratic wjth Judge Charles A. Hardin presiding. terested in the establishment of a libra party. Judge E. V. Puryear was in attendence, ry are urged to attend. Mr. Ison now holds the office to but his commission not having arrived, which he wishes to be reelected, and Hon. George D. Florence acted in be"Dakota Jack" Leaves For Long Journey. his acts are a matter of public record half of the Commonwealth on the first Mr. J. J. Pursley accompanied by which the people may examine and day, in conjunction with County his assistant Mr. Briscoe, leaves Fri- judge him accordingly. He is a clever Attorney Joe E. Rodinson. Mr. irglli'pgMiPMfrllMfrlMi day morning for points in Georgia in whold souled gentleman, and if commission is expected to arrive sterling remedies. the interest of his we are satisfied would give the during the week when he will be sworn He will drive the entire distance, dis- satisfaction in the future that he has in and enter upon his duties as Commopensing his wares as he goes, and will in the past. nwealth's Attorney for the 13th judicial be gone all winter. district, the position to which he was Judge Hardin's Instructions To Grand elected at the recent November Ebb Cooley Receives Appointment. w The Progressives of Garrard county, pursuant to a call of their chairman Mr H. V. Bastin, held a Mass Meeting at the court, house on Monday afternoon, f Mr John F. Holtzclaw wa3 elected chairman of the meeting and Mr R. F. Parsons secretary. It was unanimously decided to put out a full ticket in the field for county offices to be voted for at the November 1913 election. IMBlSJl MmMmmmmnmnmmmm 1 m m m Hog Headquarters S Sausage Mills, Lard Presses, Sausage Stuffers, Butcher Knives, Lard Cans, Knives and Plates. I S Haselden Brothers WlljfrgJl!iafjrfgJljgJ Pur-yea- rs I will save you money on a good Live and Let Live. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. 1&XS&&8&& .1 I Jury Along Entirely New Lines, And be a source or great gratification to the many friends of clever Eb. If Followed Are Calculated To DeCoolev to know that he has been appointed to a good position under the crease The Prevalence Of stnti? nrimimstration at Frankfort and Crime. has alreadv assumed his duties. If in Garrard county there is a democrat Judge Charles A. Hardin ir. his inwho deserves recognition at the hands his party it is Eb. Cooley and we structions to the grand jury 'after of extend congratulations on his appoint-- dweeling briefly in general upon the usual matters in regard to which that Rtmvpd from mv barn on Mondav bodyis accustomed to be instructed, U Pn- - took occasion to dwell at length upon rrllf 10U n !! XT the cause of crime and the remedy ward for information. L. N. Miller. It will election. Sheriff Ballard was on hand with his deputies, Messrs C. A. and B. F. Robinson and Tommie Ballard, while Clerk W. B. Mason was assisted by his deputy Miss Sue Shelby Mason. gentlemen The following were selected to act as jurymen during the termi- GRAND JURY. Heating or Cooking1 .! Hog Killing Time. 1 am now prepared to kill your hogs, clean them good and deliver to your house the same day. We are killing everyday. Give us a trial. DocTurpin. MlMMMMMMiMWMMBIMBMMMMPBMlMMMMMMMBMMBWBMBBMMWMMWnP"iMMI'w,llMM,,i LET US Xi SUPPLY FQR I 4 T Thankssrivin If -- cSp v 4 you need Clothing, Shoes, Hats or Furnishing goods, we cap supply you with the very latent tyle. Our iine is complete in. each and every department, we will save yu money, a look will convince you, ng trouble to show you. Ladies Department We are receiving daily new creations in Ladies Suits, Dresses, coats and Costumes, the very latest styles direct from the manufacturers of New York City, our prices are right. therefor, Judgo Hardin stated that statistics showed that the United States' criminal record, especially in so far as homicide is concerned, exceeded that of any country in the world, and that Kentucky ranked well up with any state in the Union as regards the number of homicides within her borders annually. And that the last decade shows an increase of homicides in Kentucky, for the previous decade and that crime was on the rise. Judge Hardin stated that the finished criminal, the muulerer and his kind, were but the natural outgrowth of lesser crimes, they were trained up to that point, their associations with criminals, their environments, their, frequenting of gambling dens, blind tigers and other dens of vys, by a a slow but sure process lea them up to the point where th,ey became the finished product, the most vicious of criminals, who would not hesitate to do any criminal act, murder included, and that the crime which is prevalent in, and which has blackened the fair name of the state is the natural outgrowth of these dens of iniquity. He urged upon the grand jury that they seek out these evils if possibly, and wherever found, take steps to put a stop to their operations, and, thereby take the first steps toward abating the crimes with which the calenders of the courts are annually congested. He urged that the gamblers be sought out, brought to the bar of justice and their lairs broken up an,d pu,t out of existence; that the blind tigers and their proprietors be sought with equal diligence and wherever found, stringent measures be taken for their abate-- . ment and punishment. Judge Hardin has, certainly struck the key note, the uiea to seek out and eliminate the causet and thereby make the effect impossible, is certainlv a good, one, and if his ideas along this line were taken up and followed out throughout the state, the gamblers were made to abandon their nefarions oaring, and either made to seek an hon. est means of earning a livelihood or else leave the state; if tho blind tigers were torn out root and branch and their owners and promoters given the severe punishment they so richly deserve, then would we see a brighter and better Kentucky. Judge Hardin, if he can get the cooperation of the citizens, for it is the citizens that compose our juries, will eyentually bring these evil doers to a reckoning, and once before the bar of justice, they will be so strenuously dealt with, that they will be glad td ojer abandon their calling or accept the ' W. T. Doolin. Foreman Wm. Simpson V. A. Lear Ed Sutton W. M. Mahan R. Clelland Joshue Hurt Nathan Noe George Green Wm. Watson Tom Broaddus J. D. Pope PETIT JURY. STOVE. Srir,Bfr"TrBir'l?iM l S. W. Moss Geo. Brown Bertram Spratt Hunter House Robert Brown T. D. Chestnut John Land Ed Grow Jenkins T. A. Elkin C. M. A. B. Doty Wm. McKechnJe. Robert Sheorecw J. TcjrJin3on A. Dudderar J. G, B. Sutton Jesse Doty Ed Perkins H. No, J. D. Ray J. S. Johnson D. P. Burdett W. S. J. R Tudor Boain BBB ,BjBBffiiri-BB9- T. S. Hendren BBBJHBiBBBBBBBfl Place like Heme. Lewis Landram's heart always warm the people of his old home town, in fact that great big warm heart of Lewis goes out to all of his fellow men, but we believe thtt he would be glad to see a "yaller dog" from home. He is no respector of persons, rich or poor, black and white, come in for mention in his good paper the Messes, ger whenever they chance tQ show their face in Danville. The following complimentary and flippant articles show just what Lancaster people Lewis observed, on, the streets of Danville, last week, to. A PROMISING YOUNG My Stoves are welded where others are bolted. W. J. ROMANS. o m PRINTER. Mr. Len Miller, of the Lancaster Record, was in town Tuesday hustling advertising for that good paper. While Mr. Miller is a young manx yet he is one of the best printers in this section. being absolutely reliable and always in his place. Mr. Miller has a bright fu ture in. the business. ENTHUSIASTIC AUTOIST. st Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods One of the most enthusiastic automo-biliin Central Kentucky is Mr. John E. Stormes of Lancaster. Mr. Storraes is kept busy in his large drug store, but never misses an opportunity to steal away with his machine on a pretty day. ChalHe owns a large, mers, also a pretty little Hupmobile, and v?e believe gets more genuine pleas ure from a machine than any owner we know. He frequently includes Dan ville in his "runs" and receives a hear ty welcome by his many friends in this er AN INVITATION Come and bring your friends to a dem- W SB onstration of the goodness of the Trade Mark Package Goods of the In-er-se- al NATIONAL BISCUIT COMPANY amd of Other Lines city. REMARKABLE OLD DARKIE. to be held in our store alternate,. I I H. T. LOGAN. The inatruetions bavj been made the subject of very favorable comment among the class of our citizens who deplore the existence J of such evils, and the hope is freely expressed that His Honor will continue along the course he has chosen to pursue, and that his efforts will result in much WU. Bristow Bruce, an old colored man. whose home is in Lancaster brought s load of goods to Danville thj wejf and told a reporter of T,h( Mgs.enger how he had conquered Kips Alcohol. Uncle Bris like n$m- another poor fel low became a slaye to liquor. In, fact ljab.atouehed it up heavily all his life, until about seven years ago. Being on a big I high lonesome, he went home and told his wife he would quit then. and there. Notwithstanding the awful thirst of a bracer which only those who ;have experienced the torture can appreciate he did, quit and has never touched Jit aice, although amply able iV This faithful old soul roapeeted by all who know, him, apa deserves high esteem in which h$ is $) by the white people. - SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23rd. There will be an. "opportunity for sampling many new varieties and also interesting suggestion foe serving attractively. THEO CCRREy. tgt tjpsoa w&pmua atiog && snout jo an epfdwoo i KSSSESKSSWHSKSKS2CeS3C 33C8333SSSSS3S3S3JKH3CH2CK WXa&C&fi&O&O&j ysvsi:SSS'SS?S2g,SSHS'-- w B flV9k vBi mf m BW HBBi 'HsH H $ VEHMV BSW B IH jHf HBB B h Hv Kfl Rm H Uft B vmhHBx V vl Hh 9E0 W H B A. B Hk. K H H E HHbbI ? B n Bi BBBB H v Hr U aP?! BrlMiM JKS&H. liQflS9 EagPUB m B1HBB PH NtiwBk HV W r .B. M . H .m H H m 1 k. iHraR B IHBP SSIBH JBr 1 hIKs Bjii MbHW flBV B. H B B 1 H HI B TM B .B Hfc. lB IV B B . . rB Way. 2 .;- f 1 o : ' SUITS for Men and Boys have won a Our ALL-WOO- L victory for us and have made a big store out of a very small one. $10.0 o, $l5.oo H5R3s and 3 Garrard's Historic Tree. $20.00 We believe in the All-Wo- ol O Q o o s Are our popular prices for Pure Wool Suits and Overcoats for men. s I J Entered m Hie r-- l$CS3&OQ&&0& cleanly condition. xx k5i Mag-strat- e, WW If after getting the alleys cleaned up SMIT County Court Day. House 0S$5C-0aQHSHSH3CK$H- Of - Quality. Fyg'SSgS?S;S'g'S'i:3kSS'gS Bro. Tinder A Delegate. M. 0CHKHSH355HSOOOSH3 l i:SS n We are authorized to announce WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard incorporated. action of the $1.00 a year. County, subject to the Issued Weekly. democratic partv. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. We are authorized to announce Ship-to-n TheCentral Record Thanksgiving, The Day You Are A Celebra- I'o- -t . feconI-riKa- - ODicf in Liuicaster, Ky., Mall Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., November 29, 1912. Rates For Political Announcements For or For For For For Precinct and Citv Offices .$ 5.00 ' 10.00 County Offices State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 .10 Calls, per line 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line We are authorized to announce Clifton Rodes Anderson of Boyle county as a candidate for State Senator from the Eighteenth Senatorial District, subject to the action of the democratic party. For Counry Judge. We are authorized to announce Clayton A. Arnold as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard County subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce James A. Beazley as a candidate for County Judge of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Sheriff. 3 l' and as such thorougfares have a larger politic vision that a single recently enacted "compulsory education We are authorized to announce C. A. law." Good attendence is a source of Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of they are entitled to some little atten- idea and especially upon one which all great encouragement to the teachers Garrard County, subject to the action tion upon the part of the municipality. parties agree. In fact, the use of who labor diligently for the cause, and The city is just as much responsible money in election has long been made of the Democratic party. for accidents which may occur to cit- punishable by fine and imprisonment it is very discouraging to them to have to announce izens in an a'.leyway as if that accident under the law. Have you no plan to a poor per cent of the pupils in the We are authorized Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff happened on one of the principal suggest about the improvement of the district in attendence, and half of those of Garrard county, subject to the ac- streets, and in view of this fact alone road system of the county? Do your only coming in a desultory manner, it behooves the city to keep these leaders see any way to meet the public ' come one day and stay at home twe. tion of the democratic party. Nearly all the schools observed Arbor alleyways open and safe for passersby demand and reduce the peoples taxes? Day and thirty or forty trees were set We are authorized to announce W. at all times, free from obstructions Have you a plan to reduce the violation L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard and encumbrances and in such condi- of the criminal laws? Can your party out at several places, besides rose county, subject to the action of the tion that either pedestrians or vehicles better the schools of the county? Your lluatioa vtnaa and cVimiliVkafir Several teachers have had box democratic party may pass with ease and safety at all leaders must be able to meet these and suppers and raised funds which they We are authorized to announce W. S. times. The alleys of the city of Lan- the many other questions of county invested in libraries, window shades, Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of caster are not by any means in such government before you meiit or obtain maps, flags, and other necessary things Garrard county, subject to the action condition, upon the contrary in the the confidence and support of a very for the school. case of some of them it is exceedingly large percent of the voting population of the Democratic party. A Night school was taught by Miss difficult for vehicles to pass under the of the county, Skinner at Hickman for the adults of most favorable circumstances in broad For Assessor. the district who desired to advance open daylight, while after night, they Col. Anderson In Town. educationally. Thi3 school was well We are authorized to announce Dave are actually dangerous for pedestrians. Col. Cliftbn Rodea Anderson of Dan- attended and the sacrifice of the teacher C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor There are old wagons, buggies, broken of Garrard county subject to the ac- machinery and every old clap trap ville, whose announcement for the was appreciated by the people she so willingly serves. tion of the democratic psrty. imaginable, "hauled around in the democratic nomination for State SenaHandwork including weaving, crochet alley" to get them out of the way, tor from this district appears else- and needlework are taught at recess at "We are authorized to announce Mr. wnen m iact tney are oemg piacea in j where in this issue of the Record, was several schools. The pupils are imE. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomithe way, obstructing the alleys, which in town Monday shaking hands with mensely interested and some have disnation of Assessor of Garrard County, any the court day crowd and telling them posed of their work at liberal prices. subject to the action of the democratic are just as much thorougfares as of the other rights of way of the city. of his candidacy. thereby encouraging tne spirit 01 in party. Mr. Anderson while being personally The citizens of the town are primariand business. Manual authorized to announce J. B. ly to blame for this, they are accustom- acquainted with many of our people, dependence We are training at one school is attracting Collier as a candidate for the nomina- ed to considering "their alley" as their can also come very near claiming as his native county; his grand.-fathe-r, wide attention, one could hardly betion for assessor of Garrard county, back yard and utilizing it as such, and Simeon was born and raised in lieve such splendid work could be done subject to the action of the democratic in many cases, a very uncleanly back by boys of the seventh and eighth party. 1 yard they make of it, not only their Garrard and was sent to the lower graqes. broken down wagons and other discard- - house of the National Congress from Trustees are interested as never be We are authorized to announce W. ed and useless articles, but oftentimes th s district; his father was also born fore, They send in ttye Trustees visit assessL. "Huffman for a candidate for is made a dumping ground for waste in Garrard county, but moved to Boyle jng reports each mpnth showing how or of Garrard county subject to the it paper and trash of all kinds, The city to pursue the practice of his profession long they remained in the school, numaction of the Democratic party. is secondarily responsible for this, for and was a leading attorney at the Boyle ber of classes recited during their allowing it, they should see that the county bar. Mr. Anderson himself is a stay, condition of house and grounds, Scfeool Super&tendant. alleys are kept open, passable and wealthy and influential citizen of Boyle etc. to announce Miss clean, just the same as they see that county, has long been engaged in the We are authorized The state course of study as prepar Jennie Higgina as a candidate for their streets are kept in a cleanly con- milling business in Danville, and is a ed by State Supervisor Coates is being director in one of her leading financial used in most all schools, are graded and School Superintendant for Garrard dition and passable at all times. county, subject to the action of the We are of the opinion that there is a institutions and has many other large regular examinations held, thereby enabling pupils to pass from one school Democratic party. statute upon the city statute books business interests there. Mr. Andersons candidacy will have to anotner witnout navmg to go over which covers the keeping open of For JaHer. alleys and prohibiting the leaving of the unanimous support of his home work already done. . county of Boyle. A new County High bchool has just We re authorized to announce Jack obstructions in them, as well as keepMr. Anderson is a conservative busi- been completed at Paint Lick. It is Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- ing them in a cleanly condition. If ness man and a clever gentleman, the ranked as a first class high school with there rard county, subject to the action of surely is not such an ordinance, there kind of man tl at is needed, in our an approved four year course of study. should be such a one enacted at the Democratic party. an .early .date. We would respectfully legislative halls, and it selected to Prof.HG. L. Waterburg of Ontatire We are authorized to announce Dave suggest that the city council give this Represent the district, we feel confident Canada, Miss Pearl Cochran of RichRoss as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- matter a Ijttle attention, and now while would perform his duties in a manner mond, and Miss Lucretia Skinner of rard county, subject to the action of we are giving so much attedtion .to Jhe highly satisfactory to his constituents. Buena Vista have been employed to teach at Pahit Lick. the' Democratic party. streets, let the alleys also come in for &rji O'Tkpks. If the tax payers could see into the consideration. some Our 'street For Magistrate. cleaning department" does not seem to We take this method of extencjing schools of Garrard county they would We. are authorizea to announce be overly busy, what's the matter pur heartfelt thanks to our friends and say as several have said recently, lohn N. White as a candidate for with letting him give these alley ways .neighbois who aided us so willingly and "money spent in schools is a good inMagistrate, in the first district of Gar- some little car, atleast(in so far as materially during the sickness and at vestment.'.' It is a great pleasure to know that our schools and teacher-- i rard county, subject tortho action of keeping those immediately adjoining die death of our beloved baby, ' rank foremost in the state. n .a JT. T. Pollard and wife. l.tbe(public square ,is concerned, Pd the democratic party. As the election is over and the and the many obstructions removed, farmers as a general thing are not the people whose property adjoin them, is as well as all others, be notified that seeking office, the mule season about over and comparatively little dothey must not again obstruct them, must not throw garbage into them and ing in that line, there was not much of H. Estes as a candidate for in all senses shall treat them as they consequence to attract the people to in the first district of Garrard do the main streets, the matter of car- town on last Monday, county court county, subject to the action of the ing for them in the fature will be re- day. However, because of it also beginning of circuit court a fair sized democratic party. duced to the minimum. Everyone a penalty attached to crowd gathered. There was the usual We are authorized to announce knows there is blockading or throwing rubbish in the amount of jockeying and plug horse Charles C. Becker as a candidate for known that the same sales but none of consequence. There Magistrate in the second district of street and if it be law applies to the alleys, they will was an unusually small number of cattle Garrard county, subject to the action soon come in for the same care as the at the yards, and what were there were of the democratic nartv. indifferent in quality, however, most streets. of them changed hands at the prevailWe are authorized to announce Tay- ing market prices. The meeting of the Progressives of lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag-- . Tobacco men were here from all the istrate in the second district of Gar the county at the court house Monday, loose leaf markets, talking the merits rard county, subject to the action of last, persuant to the call of the county of their respective houses, but owing chairman, indicates that the leaders of to the democratic Dartv. the exceedingly dry weather, and the new party hope to have a permaWe are authorized to announce Davis nent organization. According to reso- the fact that the sales that have so far Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate lutions adapted, they are planning a been made, have been top crops it is in the first Magisterial district of Gar- fight for the county offices next year. hard to tell just exactly what may be expected in the way of prices, and the rard county, subject to the action of "Reform" is the slogan of those who farmers are "fighting shy as to committthe democratic Dartv have left the old party and enlisted uning themselyes as to where they will der the bandanna flag. We are authorized to announce crops. The particular local political condi- take their Logan Ison as a candidate for Magistion that seems to the new trate in the second district of Garrard leaders is the allegednausiatemoney and Annual Inspection Of Garrard County use of county, subject to the action of the whiskey to influence elections in the Schools Shows Them To Rank High democratic party. county. The leaders have pledged the Among The Educational party against use of either in elections. may not be This is the single plank proclaimed, The gist of this article The Institutions Of altogether pleasing to some of the thus far. No party nor right thinking State. residents of Lancaster, it may press individual will makewith them an issue upon their toes; however, if they will upon these questions. County Superintendent Jennie Higgins When our new friends have well eliminate the self interest in the mat has just completed her annual inspection ! published ter, look at it in the proper light, they their platform of no will see very clearly that the thoughts money and no whiskey, their organiza- of the forty three white and fifteen and conveyed herein are highly proper and tion may be emarrassed by thj fre- colored schools of the county, found them all to in a flourishing should be carried out to the letter. quent deserters but that they may be The alleys of a city or town are just assured that they will not be annoyed condition, and to be giving entire satisfaction alike to pupils, patrons and as much thoroughfares as the streets vith any political c?mp followers. proper, though to look at the alleys of We may far in advance of the battle teacher?. She found the attendence to Lancaster, a stranger would doubt the for county offices, assure our new poli- be very much improved, which is the leaders must probably due to a certain extent to the truth of this assertion. Nevertheless tical opponents Garrard county's sugar maple tree in the State arboretum claimed more sensi mental consideration than any other by reason of its antecedents. It is a wilding from a farm in Garrard county, where three governors of Kentucky lived, and under the forebares of the sturdy sapling played in their youth. The three are Robert P. Letcher, who served as chief executive fron 1840 to 1844; William Owsley, who succeeded him; and W. O. Bra tley, now United States Senator. Ky. State Journal. Big Metal Shingle Business. The Cortright Metal Roofing Company, of Philadelphia, Pa., whose advertisements of Cortright Metal Shingles have been running regularly in the "Central Record" for nearly ayear past, advise us that 1912 will show an immense volume of business in their line. It is gratifying to carry the advertising of so prosperous and successful a concern and to feel that the "Central Record" has had some part in creating such success. Any of our readers interested in roofing should write for literature and further particulars. Election of Committees. Gov. McCreary haa appointed Rev. F. Tinder of this place a delegate to the Dates Back To Bible Days. Convention of the Anti Saloon Leagues Moses in the XIV chapter of Deuterof America, which convenes in Washonomy, 13, 14 and loth verses says, and ington D. C. on December "Thou shalt observe the feast of tab- 19th. ernacles seven days after .thou hast gathered in thy corn and thy wine, and ry. thou shalt rejoice in thy feast, and Miss Nora Elizabeth O'Hearn and thou and thy son and thy daughter and air- - Walker lannery were united in thy maid servant and the Levite, and , the stranger and the fatherless and the marriage at Sts. Peters and Pauls widow that are within thy gates". Catholic church in Danville, Ky. at which seems to indicate that the cele- - 8:30 o'clock Monday morning, the bration of "Thanksgiving day" is not ceremony being performed by Rever-confined to modern times, but that it end Father Osmond. The bride is the was observed as far back at least as handsome daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Moses day, Thomas O'Hearn of Marksbury and History tells us that in 1621, the year the groom is the youngest son of Mr. after the landing of the Mayflower, the and Mrs. C. B. Flannery of Hyatts-villsturdy pilgrims determined to have a and both are popular young peoday of recreation and of thanksgiving ple. After the ceremony they drove for the many mercies which had been immediately to the home of the groom3 extended to them. The Indians were parents, where they will reside for the Not Modern Innovation, 16-17-- 18 ting O'Hearn-Flanne- e, that it is a fact, s Gar-rar- d J Fr Since the election November 5 many inquiries have been made by Democrats as to when the reorganization of the party and the election of committees will take place, and in response to these inquiries Hon. R. H. Vansant. chair man of the Democratic State Central and Executive Committees; and Mr. John W. Woods, secretary, have given to the press the following: "We have been asked by a large number of Democrats in the State as to when the reorganization of the party and the election of committees will occur. The party law requires that the election be held on January 18, Before that time all the committeemen in the State and others who may desire will have a copy of the party laws. We hope that the county newsGreat Improvement. papers will, before that time, publish the law in full, or at least that part of The new addition to the dam at the it that pertains to the election of the water works lends greatly to its apcommittee. This will be done about pearance, the addition is surrounded by concrete walls symetrical in constructhe first of January, 1913. R. H. Vansant. Chairman Democ- tion surmounted by iron posts at regu ratic State Central and Executive Com- lar intervals to support a fence of some description, and a macadamized road mittees. way will lead across between the two John W. Woods, Secretary. concrete walls. The banks of the lake Obey Rather Than Blame It. have been scraped and cleaned ready to receive the winter supply of water. The county superintendent of schools A neat house will cover the new filter is sending through the county notices a new concrete floor will be placed in to many people who are failing to ob- the old power house and the water serve the regulations of the compul- plant will present an altogether and sory school law, and are failing to send much more pleasing appearence. If their children to school, and in many there be any funds left sfter the con instances we predict she will be 'cen- j pletion of the improvements, it will be sured for taking such action. If the , well to expend it in making the power matter were optional with her, she house and the grounds surrounding it should not be made the object of one more presentable. AH cities take a pride word of adverse critiscism: the "com- in the appearence of their water plants, pulsory education law" is a good law, and why should not we. Most places it was enacted by the General Asemb-l- y they are models of neatness, the maof Kentucky to protect the rising chinery is kept in such condition as generation in their tender years, to to not soil the clothing of the most give them an 'education, which they fastidious who visit the plant, the may not appreciats now, but will be .buildings are neatly painted, neat walks thankful for when they reach maturer surround the premises, the grounds are years. The county superintendent is in kept clean, free from trash, weeds and no wise responsible for the enactment other unsightly objects and it is a of this law, but she IS responsible for source of pleasure to visit them. Our it senforcement, and if she fails to water works have cost us, comparitive-l- y speaking, a goodly suni of money, make every effort in hpr power to see tiiat it is enforced she is unworthy of vhich we are satisfied wilj be begrudged by no one, for there is not a person the office which she occupies. If YOUR children are not In school, in the city who would not give a hearty Bur-goyn- 19-1- 3. invited to partake of their hospitality and a general feast day was proclaimed; the Governor sent out hunters to provide deer and other game for the festivities, but being unable to find any deer, the men came back laden down with immense fat wild turkeys, hence the connection of the turkey with Thanksgiving day. The celebration of the day was for a long time confined to the settlers, they throwing about it such an air of solemnity that the colonists did not care to join them, but their earnest thanksgiving was so impressive that their ideas took deep root and as the struggle for independence grew the colonists took to the idea, and they too began to observe and give thanks for their victories and their blessings, and on Dec. 18, 1877, atter the fall of all joined together in a day of solemn thanksgiving. On October 3, 1789, George Washington issued the first thanksgiving proclamation, thereby setting a precedent which has been followed by every president since his day, until "Thanksgiving day" has be come a national institution. e, present. Has Many Relatives In Garrard. G. W. Gastineau, of Clarence, was in town this week and while in consultation with him he told us his mother, who is now ninety two years old. last year pieced twenty-fou- r quilts, and her health is such that she bids fair for at least the hundred mark. Mrs Gastineau. who before marrying was Miss Susan Barron, was born and raised in this county, but now resides with her son Joe Gastineau, in Woodford county. Somerset Journal- This good old lady haa one son, Mr. John C. Gastineau, as well as host of grandchildren and other relatives in this county, where she has frequently visited. Gaines' Corn Show. Gaines' annual Corn Show was pulled off on Monday afternoon, and there was a great number of exhibits both of corn, pumpkins, and kershaws. There were three large pumpkins, none of which could be put in a flour barrel, and kershaw3 of every "size 'and shape, also several samples of toothsome sorghum molasses, and if Ed. gets to keep all the samples brought him he will surely have a glorious Thanksgiving feast. Mr. R. I. Matthews of Kentucky State University, Lexington came over to act as Judge, and the awards were as follows White Corn, best dozen ears, Cronley Broaddus' 1st; Billie Cox, 2d; Mr Prew-it- t, 3d. and Dr Amon 4th. Yellow Corn, Walter Davi3. Strawberry or Red Corn, John Henry. Heayiest Corn Arthur Beazley. Longest corn, B. F. Sutton. Freaks, Boyle Doty, Best Kershaw, Billy Cox. Largest pumpkin, Dillard Littrell. Best gallon sorghum molasses, L. C. King. :- The-La- Judge Emmett Y. Puryear Is Swera late The Oice, To Which He Was Elect- 0 ed Tuesday And Assumes His Duties At Once. . -- are absent from other causes than sanction to every effort to secure an abundance of pure clear water, but at the same time, now that it is thought that the plant will soon be put out on a paying basis, it would be nice to have the plant and everything connected with it placed in a presentable condition, in such condition as to impress favorably not only our own citizens who visit it, but any chance strangers who might happen to wander in tnat direction. Without criticizing previous here. Every 'school officer in the county conditions, we hope that after the work from the superintendent down, district is finished and we have the unlimited board, and even teachers amount of pure water which we hope are expected and required to assist in to have, that some attention will be the carrying out of the letter of this given to the surroundings and that law, and it is reasonable to expect that when next summer ushers in a lake exthey will do it, so the most sensible ceeding in size by two fold the present thing you can do is to with hold your one. that a visit to the water works censnre, put the kiddies in school and an attractive half, days " keep them there. physical disabilities, and you receive a notice from the superintendent of school in regard to the matter, the best thing you can do is toput your children in school and save yourself trouble, for it is sure to come; the next step will be to take you before the county Jndge, who will surely give you a fine for your delinquency. It has been done in other counties and it will be done sub-trustee may-prov- e out-J18"- ?6 Judge Puryear's commission did not arrive until Tuesday, and immediately upon its receipt he was sworn into office by Judge C. A. Hardin and at once went about his duties as Commonwealth's Attorney for the Thirteenth Judicial District, an office which he will surely fill with honor and distinction to himself and with satisfaction to the peeple who elected him. Judge Puryear is a lawyer of no mean ability, having long been associr ated with Hon. Robert Harding as a partner in the practice of law in Danville, has held several offices of trust at the hands of the people of Boyle county, where he is held in the highest esteem, and it is fully believed that in his new capacity he will win the plaudits of the people of the entire district. George D. Florence; who Judge Puryear succeeds, will retire from the office with as many friends to his credit, earned during his short term, as any man who ever retired from political office in the thirteenth district, irrespective of politics, the only fault that is found with him, and the great regret of his legion of friends is that he is not a democrat. Mr. Florence will ? practice of law in Jhis tive town of Stanford, na-in- g. i . ,1 -- f i, aiu-- xS pJ-- 1. & , L - -- S ',' Vf . l L' ' fe&sgSigsssasciiKicssKaKiXaiKaMfexKaBccassss j dn Til aCaitJSaM JL T5! it K'.-- i iaMa jou. e eassssass RsasstsassssjEsasaiSSSSifcaatsafcasi: 6 "jar ,. ii3l &!&& f&S scxr Ctasci 6 S ' u t t re III Right Off The Reel. i f u T 3S58SSg;:8Si'SBSas:S3 29th. ti-e- 3 D iyiUFFL-E- i V S iCi.Atwe N. ORGANIZED 1SS3. W LiAiNU'iaiXiK, THE STORE BEAUTIFUL. &S3!'3ajga?35:5sife3S663 KNOCKS. Eczema, Psoriasis, of the skin lias satisfaction than THE BRIGHT SPOT IN LANCASTER. 3?S'S&3gft3afe33&&3a8giSHS3S&253Sfe3a3S!35 J "I value your opinion so highly, old chap, that I'm going to ask you not 10 OPERA HOD3S, FRIDAY NOVEMBER, AT waste so much of it on me. Wait till Freddie Say, ma, do you suppose if I ask you for it." CAST. '"Yes, you'vo told me tho story a I mocked at the elephant long enoi!h Miss Sarah Hardy A sentimental old lady, one of the Sarahs.. Mattie Adams. I'd ever get co's I could pick up ap- dozen times, Fladger, but go ahead; Sadie Aivierson ples over the fence with my nose? there's a sympathetic quality in your Miss Sarah Bangs Housekeeper and othei Sarah voice that I like." Miss Alice Fry Secretary and companion of Miss Hardy ....Florence Johnson. ? "Going to leavo us, are you, Stella Sanders.. THE REASON. Amanda The" maid Well, you'll bo glad to know Patsy Kinnaird. -- The cook Angelina Murphey that your dropping cut won't hurt our Billy Sh ope. Mr. Jeremiah Hardy Brother of Miss Hardy business a bit." Frank Tinder. Mr. Albert Flaunders Flint Lover of the Sarahs "I wish I could afford to buy as good Bradley Bourne friend f Flint Mr. Max Ilinger-T- lie cigars an rou can, old scout; I'd buy a Tom Elmore Rev. William Elmer rather better quality than you do." Ector Lawson "Gregory, you bad boy, I've told you John- - The butler a dozen times not to watch your Uncle SYNOPSIS. Cyrus wlien ho pours his coffee out inACT I. to his saucer!" Scene Room in Hardy's house Time Monday Welcome Change. Miss Hardy has been much annoyed by the attentions of a man whom she Mrs. Knott Meek According to the believes to he a fortune hunter, and sends Sarah Bangs to say that she is Sarah style books, Henry, the loop is to Hardy and to get rid of him. Flint, believing Miss Bangs to be Miss Hardy the button on certain dress fab$5,000 check for a bridal present. proposes to her and is accepted and gives her a rics. Thursday before the arrival of Hardy. The wedding is arranged for Knott Meek Great! ACT. II. Mrs. Knott Meek Why are you so Scene Same Time Thursday. pleased? All arrangements for wedding have been made without the knowledge of Knott Meek I am tired of buttonMr. or Miss Hardy. Mr. Hardy arrives during the ceremony and many coaptating up gowns and I have always want(ZZ ed to loon the loop! -- . ions arise A policeman arrives to investigate the check. ACT. III. I She (at the musicale) He's adverTHE REASON. Scene Same. Time A few moments later. tised as "The Boy Pianist." Why, he's Mr. Hardy meets Fli it and recognizes him as Pete Morgan the notorioi s fully nineteen. gambli-r- . Flint is arrested John and Manda happy. The Sarahs arj satisfied lie Yes, but he plays like a boy of nine. at last because one was really nv.rricd, and the other was married by proxy. Muff-kins- SENTIMENTAL SARAHS Wanted to Know. Mother Freddie, haven't I told yci that if you mock at the peculiarities ot ethers you may grow just like Mt &TAW1 I will guarantee you io step that itch in seconds. No remedy that T have ever scM fcr a- -i 1 I B 5S K'vfc'i tt-- ail other u.a-- i more thoro-3- i D. D. D.PreserisSiGii R. E. MRoberts for Sczems & We Citizens National Bank M. SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepp- r. I guarantee thid remedy. Son. 8 j 'A CAPITAL $50,000. W. Y Mm Isl W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. A New Face. frequently went to St. John's church and the little boy had become familiar jvith the minister's face. One Sunday norning another monster s filling 1 he pulpit Tommy seemed rather i 2 roubled. Finally he leaner! over to his mother and in a very audible whisper aid: "Mother, what's become of St. John?" v.-a- Mrs. Piatt and her little son Tommy Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold. Directors. J re-pla- Flagged Train With Shirt. I ?? 17 C? ftp?' ) $ V . J 'i 'i WW A Hardly. Xo mortal's llfo Can bo sublime, D J v Every e::r thousands upon thousands of farm., j lose their hogs vd'.h cholera. You can save ycur hogs iron: this dread disease if you will begin at ones and j?ive them Whose specialty Is killing time. Mm Tearing his shirt from his hack ar Ohio man flagged a train aad saved from a wreck, but H. T. Alston Raleig N. C, once prevented a wreck vu Electric Bitters. "I was 111 a terril. plight when I began to use them," writes, "my stomach, head, back ai kidneys were all badly nlFected and m liver was in bad condition, but foi bottles of Electric Bitters made me f et like a new man." A trial will convuic you of their matchless merit for an stomach liver or kidney trouble, price 5J cents at R. E. McR.berts &. 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How do you accomplish you? success with the ladies .' Do you 7 .c &lk3k3 Jc understand when A Great Building Falls j CcVPi7fci MyiSfeJr S iMT Use it in the food r.nd drink ?nd your hogs will never have the cholera. Donft wait until thev et cicfe. 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. r , ir HERE'S MS EOG READ TEIS LETTES I that you en, ..i .i courage your sou to practice on the cornet. Griggs Yes, sir. He's only been A Trade Grievance. playing two months but today I "Our advertising club has con- bought the house next door to me for demned the Yv'isconsin professor who one-haof its value. cays nose rubbing should take the place of kissing." A Common Type. "And why, pray?" Bcliold the shiftless, lazy man good' "For encouraging a 'just as "Who makes no effort to advance. And yet lie bawls as loud 's he can, substitute." Judge. "Alas, I've never had a chance." Cause for Regret. Remedy. Lady I don't like this picture so "This latest controversy has brought well as I did the last one you took me altogether too much publicity," of me. confided the Photographer Ah, madam, I havo ' you advise aspolitician. of"What would a means avoiding the not the artistic taste that I had when . spotlight?" I was young; and, besides, my cam "Get married to some woman of soera is getting old. cial prominence and by the time people have left off discussing the bride QUITE ENOUGH. this other incident will be forgotten." ry Nothing c n :.t, o!v! them th'iv.s? its foundation j. "th but encour--: KIsgs lf if the foundation of tion is attacked, quick collapse follows. On the first signs of indigestii n, Dr. King's New Life Pills should be taken to tone the stomach and regulate liver, kidneys and bowels. Pleasant, easy, safe and only 25 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m is undermined, and health good diges- lacorpcreted Louisville, Ky. 'Sgc &$33sm&il$ fflSIDE WHITE ISaR Vi E. McRotais & Sol -- pf I Not Her Hero. "I suppose you are proud ot your wife's literary success?" said the intimate friend. "Yes," replied Mr. Stubbs. "Only I wish she wouldn't insist on making the hero of every novel a tall, athletic young man, with wavy hair and piercing blue eyes. Anybody can see that I am short, fat, bald, and compelled to wear specs." The Pathfinder. t MTir Ti " TTKTll ' ?, i ' JKfl 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 MY SEUUI1NG POIINT. BOURBON REMEDY CO., Lexington, Ky. "Enclosed find photo of a hog that was cured of cholera with your Bourbon Hog and then Cholera Remedy. The hog was almost dead before using this medicine Mr. Sktles entirely cured ezcept the loss of ears, tail, etc. The hog is owned by was Ewing, Bowling Green, Ky. He will be glad to give you a testimonial and we can get several mere if you want tftem." JENKJNS-SDBLET- T DRUG CO., Bowling Green, Ky. A Hobble. Mrs. Stiles How do you like my new gown? Mr. Stiles Reminds me of a crowded theater. Mrs. Stiles Crowded theater! How so? Mr. Stiles There seems to be standing room only. Judge. s-sfz- : 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. R. P. races weak, and Shaky women who suffer every day with womanly weakness need the help of a gentle tonic, with a building action on the womanly system. If you are weak you nee3 Cardui, the woman's tonic, because Cardui will act directly on the cause of your trouble. Cardui has a record of more than 50 years of success. It must be good. 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Willard, Ky., says: "I rvoors on city beneath the bay,' she said, and was so weak 1 could then the waves covered the emperor A Question. jj I suffered, If. W hardly go. '& Tho Critic That picture entitled and his nurse." nearly every month, for 3 "Charity" is pretty fair for Church-mous- e iiijiia3flji'S( are cjs geed as new, end have years. When I began to Expensive. to have painted. never needed repairs never take Cardui, my back hurt your motor over"How, of ten is The Querist Yes; wonder where he need attention of any kind, exawfully. I only weighed got the model of the $2 bill the worn; hauled, Binks?" asked Dusenberry. cept en occasional coat cf pabt. 99 pounds. Not long after, an is handing over." 'JFour times last month," said Binks. ! "Four times in one month? I weighed 115. Now, 1 In Suffrage Days. what for?" demanded Dusendo all my work, and am ' Fire-proLightning-proo- f Storm-prooPretty Girl Will you be entitled to berry. f in good health." Begin "Speeding," said Binks. 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Bad occer-- i none SOLD BY HASELDEN BROS., LANCASTER, KY. bt CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N The Crotaj HetbaiLt ORIGINATOR OF OiEiWif'fo ' IffT rut of - o, nine-year-ol- d Ko-tuk- M1RTOJ !UflflilJIJi Woman's -- ' j i CHETEilXC REMEDIES IN3IM SOPH Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N & SCIEXCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky mma '';-- 26 Years Ago rr- & We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Barajfc Geeru-salom- re-ro- of - BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. J .u , f i . ( MMH4i iBfitL (iDioiiriinEJiM WMm&)&. usDSflMP I AWnrri ' TO THE AUTOM none p l Winslow Jewelry Co. that we have the finest GARAGE in this part of the State, run in connection with our Wm mm CARRIAGE FACTORY. We have in charge of this department a man that has made a life long study, knowing nothing but Machinery and the Auto Business, having built Engines, Cars, Etc., in years past with 15 years experience in Carage business. m fli H J IS HI fe Do you know s Have stocked the Jewelry Store next to Welsh & Wiseman's to the up-to-da- doors with new, te Watch- es, Clocks, Rings, Chains, Lockets, Neck Chains, Pendants, Cuff Links, As you know our CARRIAGE FACTORY is equjpped with the latest improved and best type for Carriage and Automobile Work. that the country affords, putting us in a position to We have best force of Painters, Trimmers, Blacksmiths and Woodworkers REBUILD, Scarf Pins, Brooches, Barpins, Tie Clasps, Beauty Pins, Bracelets, Cut Glass and many articles too numerous to mention. No cheap quality goods bought, but the kind we can PAINT, TRIM and REPAIR your CAR Cheaper than anyone. Remember we own our own factory, a building 147 feet frontage. We are giving to the public Free Storage, Free Air and a Warm Room. Garage is 50 feet front and 150 feet deep. Let us quote you on anything in the Autc- - and Carriage line. We will be glad to have you call in person and see cars that have been overhauled and painted. Remember our R. M. ARNOLD, lEJraUIi Second and Main. Hogwailow News. Sim Flinders has been grunting around this week. The horse doctor says he has been eating too much hawg DANVILLE, KY. FOR BALD HEADS NO REASON jfiiMijSilM FOR DOUBT A Treatment that Costs Nothing guarantee and stand back of. Call 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 THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. If Fails. It A Statement of Facts Backed by a Strong Guarantee We guarantee complete relief to all sufferers from constipation. In every case where we fail we will supply the medicine free. Rexall Orderlies are a gentle, effective dependable and safe bowel regulator, strengthener and tonic. They reestablish nature's functions in a quiet, easy way. They do not cause any inconvenience, griping or nausea. They are so pleasant to take and work so easily that they may be taken by any one at any time. They thoroughly tone up the whole system to healthy activity. Rexall Orderies are unsurpassable and Jdear for the use of children, old folks and delicate persons. We cannot too highly recommend them to all sufferers from any form ot constipation and its Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- r. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Safety Samual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. J. E. Cochran. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Buriev Tobacco Growers Boost Your Own Brand & as you know, are using year choicest tobacco in the brands of Strrucr Bros. Branch, r.iid you know that nobody grows oetter tobacco than you do. You know how wc 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 yiars. The reasons you should so help are as follows: "Wc, You Are Part Owner The fact tbat you grow the tobacco n akes you part owner of all Every "time that one sells yon piofil. Every word tlut you sav m favor of any tieips to increare tho. e .sales. Evttry brand that you buy for your own use helps make those profits better. All our interests your jaterests and. ours are pcolsd in thebe several tobacco.. It is iosfie that you should bend all of your eaorts, however i,:i;all. in the selling. tho-ebrands- . Smokers and chevrer 2ock to brands that Uey see the most people buying. more. Get tnm for Stratsr Bros.' Branch Brands the breeds that you grow for by using thesebraadsyourself. 50.000 sti-ad-v usi-r- s i'ulirtctiy mal-- e '10,-00- 0 Tell Every Friend Tel! your friends of these brands. Tell them what you know cu the tobacco. Tell them you grow it and smoke and che'.v so you know. Tell them it it yonrt-elf- , comes iron iftninky, fro:n the renter of the richest Bui ley sections. Setthem u( and know it's w.ct c tint the' can buy tlirse br.'':- - i- - m b y-.- The United Power of 40,000 Buyers s men in a section v.ield en buying influence. If all ask for tnese brands when they buy tobacco there results a fjifjantic sale." And bijj pales are the best advertising known. rns 40,000 enor-nou- 'most any dealer, because titalers V:sow that thei.e brands arc the beLC iiiey c.n buy. ar.d tlia best way to bjost is to iJU Y YCUR OWN BRAND3-YOURSE- LF. Barley rrowrs c2ic:;!4 ba Bur:?y Borders Briey -- Dealers throughout the United States know these frmous tobaccos. popular brsnJ'5. Tiy acu thusc dealers to prosper. TI.ey are made from tlia pick ot the faraou crps o 40.COO growers. Kvcry one of these growers is boo&trac them all. So are ell of their fne'ids. TliU method is Jjiinginc the profits to dealers to those who sell these brands. Are iliey working: toe iuut GLOW-PE- NH Y POST-FU- LL PAY. Here are the mild, fragrant smckin3 bracds-GOLDDY Y'S WORK JCE Here ere the delicious chewlac - Tr T)rn1fvi t 'I'tsey are Niitioii-videsfl!iT- S EN brands-INDEX-- TWIST-CUP-DA- --ON THESQ'JARE-TOSCHUGHT-STRAT- ER'S NATURAL LEAF. Put them into your stock. See how they telL STRATER BROS. TOBACCO COMPANY BRANCH BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY, Incorporated, Louisville, Ky. (2) i'mMMmMmMmMMimmMMBM ; BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY. Loose Leaf Warehouse AT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. ! j ! j Plenty of floor space, 608 feet by 120 feet. Plenty of shed room for wagons. Box stalls for your horses. All modern conveniences, Highest price for your tobacco. J j j First Sale Tuesday, 19th, 1912.. Come to see us. Nov., ! J. D. CLARK, Manager . W. O. Rfeney -- , Funeral Director and Embalmer. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18, JLancaster, Ky. We want you to try three large bottles of Rexall "93" Hair Tonic on our permeat. There is another probability on the sonal guarantee that the trial will not political horizon, a young son having cost you a penny if it does not give you been born at the home of Atlas Peck absolute satisfaction. That's proof of our faith in this remedy, and it should Friday night. indisputable demonstrate that we know Poke Eazley has returned from a what we are talking about when we say prospecting tour through the Gander that Rexall "93" Hair Tonic will retard creek woods, and reports a bountiful baldness, overcome scalp and hair crop of leaves. ailments, and if any human agency can Miss Fruzie Allsop is in favor of vot- accomplish this result, it may also be es for the ladies. Yam Sims says she relied upon to promote a new growth of already looks like a bunch of padded hair. j election returns. Remember we are basing our With the approach of cold weather statements upon what has already been Tobe Moseley has put an overcoat on accomplished by the use of Rexall "93" the scarecrow that has stood in his Hair Tonic, and we have the right to assume that what it has hone for watermelon patch all summer. - j thousands of others it will do for you. Little Fidity Flinders has been reading some riddles out of the almanac In any event you cannot lose anything ' and will spring them on the Wild On- by giving it a trial on our liberal guarantee- - Two sizes, 50c. and $1.00. ion school teacher when school begins. Remember, you can obtain Rexall RemeSim Flinders has swapped for a gray dies in this community only at our horse that he claims is more than sevenstore The Rexall Store. R. E. McRob-ert- s teen hands tall. Sidney Ho.cks says & Son. Sim will have to build a two story stable. Mt. Hebron Miss Rosy Moseley knocked on the window at Raz Barlow as he passed there the other evening, but he was Mrs. R. L. Barker is very low with busy thinking about something else tuberculosis. and did not hear her. Born to the wife of Mr. A. C. MontMiss Gondola Henstep entertained a few friends this week in honor of one gomery a baby boy. of her many birthdays. Copies of the Mr. Marian Montgomery sold to some Ladies' Birthday Almanac were hand- party some fat bogs at 7c. per lb. ed around as souvenirs. Mr. Edd Grow sold to C. A. Arnold a Raz Barlow was over at Tickville the bunch of fahoats at 6 and 5c per pound. other day and made a. close examina tion of some window glass. He says J H. R. Montgomery sold to C. M. the reason glass breaks so easy is that Jenkins some hogs for meat at 7Jc. per lb. it is stretched too tight. is to be hoped that the Mr. Earl Grow had a good work It will not take the liberty that they horse to drop dead in the wagon last did last winter by carrying mud into week. the church and building their nests on Mrs. Dennie Scott has been confined the ceiling. This should by all means to her room for several days with throat be stopped. trouble. Ellick Hellwanger has a close escape Mrs. Elizabeth Onstott who has been from drowning in Gimlet creek Tuessuffering intensely with her eyes is day night, when he accidentally rode off of the bridge. He was saved only some better. on account of the fact that there was Mr. J. B. Dean made a business trip no water in the stream at that point. to Burgin Friday and spent the night with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Duncan. Immediately upon receipt of the that Roosevelt was shot, the Mr. Vanarsdall of Ind who has erected horse doctor of the Calf Ribs section a handsome dwelling on his farm here held himself in readiness for a call, but arrived with his family last week to says he supposed some of the doctors make this his abode. Mrs. John Vanderpool who has been nearer at hand attended to him all right. at the bedside of her mother Mrs. G. A. Fit Smith says the more a person Bruce in Boyle returned home Wednesknow3 the more he has the headache, day. Mrs. Bruce is some better. and for this reason he has stopped takMr. Leanard Crank and Miss Iney J. ing the Tickville Tidings. But Poke Preston were united in marriage at the Eazley says he has been a constant home of Reverend G. W. Tompson reader of the Tidings for several years Thursday at 4 30. May their pathway without a sympton. be strewn with flowers is the wish of After having read the annual crop their many friends. report of the United States and Europe and finding there were several ENDORSED AT HOME.. million bushels of corn raised last sea son, Jefferson Potlocks has decided that This Should Convince Any it will not be any need of his raising Such Proof As his usual two acres of corn the coming Lancaster Citizen. year. Miss Hosteter Hocks, who has dabbled considerably in literature for the The public endorsement of a local past several years, has several orders citizen is the best proof that can be ahead for obituaries, and also for a produced. None better, none stronger recommendation for a hair tonic. She can be had. When a man comes for has become so apt at writing obituaries ward and testifies to his fellow-cit- i that she can sit down and write one zens, addresses his friends and neigh without knowing anything about, the bors, you may be sure he is thorough' past life of deceased. ly convinced or he would not do so, Telling one's experience when it is for kindness World's Greatast Catarrh the public good is an act of The folthat should be appreciated. lowing statement given by a resident Remedy of Lancaster adds one more to the Just breathe Booth's HYOMEI for many cases of Home Endorsement five minutes and the penetrating .anti- which are being published about Doan's septic air from the Eucalyptus forests Kidney Pills. Read it. of Australia will soothe the sore Frank Hibbard, Water St., Lancaster, Catarrhal membrane and give wonderful Ky., says: "My experience with Doan's relief. Kidney Pills has been quch that I do Being such an efficient remedy; abso- not hesitate 'to advise their use. I had lutely free from harmful drugs. R. E. weak kidneys.- - Their action was irregMcRoberts& Son is willing at the ular and of ten .painful. My back pairmakers' request to guarantee HYOMEI ed me. It was then that I used DQan!s for Catarrh, Croup, Catarrhal Deafness, Kidney Pills. They fixed me up n Coughs. .Golds, Sore Throat and good shape. The pains left it and my Bronchitis or monev back. The little kidneys became normal." book in each package Jtells how simple For sale by all dealers. .Price 50cts. it js to get rid of all these distressing n Co., Buffalo, New York, diseases. Complete HYOMEI outfit sole agents for, the United Spates. including pocket Jnhaler, $J.Q0; extra and Remember the name-rDofbottles, 50 cents at .dealers everywhere I dirt-dob-be- r v 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." I Watches lower than the lowest, and better than the best. attendant evils. Two sizes, 10c and 25c, Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in this community only at our store The Rexall Store. R. E. McRob-ert- s & Son. Put One Over. Mr3. Get taway is. When she found I- was descended from King Lunky III. she goes to a genealogist and gets descended from King Lunky I. - WifeWhat a wretch that Winslow Jewelry and Optical DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Co. Finest Hair Dressing For Women Perfectly Delightful Full of Refreshing and Invigorating Qualities and Put life Lustre and Beauty Into Hair. rs 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. ffThe gir with the Auburn hair is on every package of PARISIAN Sage. . Unofficial Notice. NT Your 1912 Hibernian in front of unfinished building to fellow workmen at fifty tory window: "Mulcahy, go to the apaklng tube. I want to tell yes to come down." Porto Rico's New Wonder. From far away Porto Rico come reports of a wonderful new discovery that is believed will vastly benefit, the people. Ramon T. Marchan, of Barce-onet- a, writes "Dr. King's New Discovery is doing splendid work here. It cured me about five times of terrible coughs and colds, also my brother of a severe cold in his chest and more than 20 others, who used it on my advice. We hope this great medicine will yet be sold in every drug store in Porto Rico." For throat and lung troubles there is nothing better. A trial will, convince you of its merit. 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m TAXES are now past due. Please call and settle same at once and thus save further cost and trouble. S Jellyfish Defined. "The Jellyfish," ccording to th definition given by the Star Boarder, "1b only a bass with a judicial No More Distress After Eating. It's such a simple matter to get rid of stomach distress that its great prevalence can only be accounted for by carelessness. Keep a few Stomach Tablets with you all the time and take one with or after meals. They will surely prevent fermentation, heaviness, sourness or any stomach distress. No matter how long or how severely you have suffered from Indigestion, jGastritis, Catarrh of the Stomach or Stomach Tablets Dyspepsia, if taken regularly will end your misery and put your stomach in first class shape, or money back. Large box for 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggists every where. Free trial treatment trom Buffalo, N. Y. Booth' MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- $ v- A G. T. Ballard. C - Foster-Milbur- tn's MI-O-M- A, Sheriff Garrard County, s -!- iVt-yaa3 J6u,vi .". . . i-- x k fss P.rraTM &cya cmr? awyra jw;jrcsa , e9Bfl R sKsxciisrsEsiEsssrrajw CSJ1 ?i izx'.tzyvzsLS&izsxi. ' EwM X2TMLaarsojcriit m?m r. . I BlUiu Hill VOiUW iSSIW ISUUdllilSd rEHEEKSSITffiSlSrs II fill fEM MM m CX3EZ3E3SES33HCE2&I . ' - fei mm iliS? w $& Wtis&i BIB F Y I ssasB M i I an lOiy . V Wl h ft ii I rl oaliyilil I ra 1 II n rift n i II SI ! 1 " f l& ; ? i Our Charming Styles and J UIICUIIUIIUU lil LADIES' ., t mTF-jnr SUITS, -- vjiii..T.nw.j-j:ui.iggismTTrri COATS, t irn SKIRTS a AND DRESSES. Our Goats ' Of FIRST 9 Jk The styles are extremely new. SSCOND-T- he Qualities are second to none. THIRD-T- he prices very reasonable and means money to you &&:&?& e:si & From Our enormous stock of dresses, WE TCJi, sn a ss NKS3R. v v only have a few remaining numbers that can be bought at most reasonable prices. I r- 3 1 SEE THEM. An extremely attractive price is to be had on any Suit in our house, as the season has been a backward one and we have some great offerings for you. SUIT buVs yu a K M Q Q9 that vou mav HANDSOME wear. Ja wO $ be oroud to B TJliZi are each and every one distinct in their respective models. Call and allow us to show you the JOHNNY styles we show. fRssrs'.SML1?! HrA :S ... w mmzs mg$!-- The mr m $$tJ&33 O UiJt; UJLi x?.wri Jte j . li. v - m tTVLGTJPr? rfTrfSTTSSUSrElETTSa S.TBL4nMLsS'V&Z? HAjHrSZSr t.ssjwp t mi l AniRc &ttg33J3FVljrji;rzjijgp j-3 i tj tr.J. ercantile Co. .. ri r' ' - TT,c3,iT,'nrf7izs A I 1 ' V August 21, 1912, received an answer in which the As3t. Atty. Genl. Charlie H. Morris, gave as his opinion that 'LsOSSS1 ? Jft&.5L?54--- t 1 said fee of iifty cents for the seal wa i X not collectable and cited a test case oi Mason against Lee, in the Court of Ball. Mr. Bryan Ballard of Lexington is Appeals which he stated would decide ar.u A Dricf rcniioK cf tz Co:n!n Mrs. R. H. Batson and little daugh- the matter. Mr. Hamilton again on the visiting Mrs. Eliza H. Ballard. Gc:n?,s LvTnost W; Arc interested In. ter, Miss Susie Hilton and Mr. Frazier 13 day of November, 1912. wrote to the yfST5nmYtaKsmxsij; Miss Mabel Mason spent Thanksgiv-- , Hurt were in Stanford Saturday to Attorney in General in regard to the ing in Richmond with her parents. witness the marriage of Miss Ethel matter and received the following M. Patterson was in Junction Judge M.D. Hughe3 was in Louisville Hilton and F. W. Hannah of Nogales, letter. City, Saturday. Arizona. Office of Attorney General. visiting Mr. and Mrj. R. E. Hughes. Frankfort, Ky. November 15, 1912. see them and prepare for cold weather Misses Katie Simpson and Elizabeth Call and Mr. H. G. Guy who has been the Collier were visitors in Danville, SatMiss Bessie Shugars of Richmond pharmacist at the store of Messrs J. W. Hamilton, Lancaster, Ky. urday. has been visiting Miss Martha Bettis. R. E. McRoberts & Son, This is a bargain at the price. Dear Sir: Yours of 13th, inst. has has been comMiss Elizabeth Adams of Mt. Vernon pelled because of ill health to resign his been handedto me for reply. The case Hon. Robert Harding of Danville, is the guest of her cousin, Miss Mattie was in Uwn this week on legal busi- position and on Tuesday returned to to which I referred in my letter of Quick Meal Adams. his home at Half Way in Allen county August 21 1912, (Mason vs Lee), has ness. Ky. Mr. Guy during his stay in Lan- not yet been decided. However, since Miss Minnie Gulley spent Saturday The best Malleable Ran- and Sunday with the Misses Bickerson Miss Minnie 'Margaret Walsh will caster has made many warm friends my letter to you, this department has Enameled to prevent rusting. spend Thanksgiving in Louisville, with who regret to see him leave, and wish held that the fifty cents on seal placed at Buckeye. ge made. Prices right. friends. on Hunter's License is not collectible. him a speedv return to good health. Mrs. W. A. Price was called to I think you would be safe in returning Miss Elizabeth Ford who is at Sayre A few Buggies at COST. Moline Wagons the best wagon onthe mar Florida, by the illnejs cf her daughter Institute this year was at home for a William Henry White, age 15 years, the amounts collected for seal to the second son of Mrs. Jennie Faulkner Mrs. Roy Orrel!.. respective parties from whom they ket and at a price to suit anyone. short visit. White died in the city of Nashville, were collected. Mrs. E. B. Thorton has returned to Miss Susie Brashear spent Thanks- Tenn., where he was attending college. Yours very truly, her home in Florida, after a visit to giving in Stanford the guest of Mrs. The deceased was a grandson of the Charles H. Morris, Garrard relatives. Nellie Ballou. late Colonel John Faulkner, much symAssistant Attorney General. & The Presbyterian Missionary. Society Elder F. M. Tinder has returned pathy is extended the mother in her Mr Hamilton, the County Clerk says will meet next Monday afternoon at from Somerset where he held a suc- great Bereavement here by her many that he" has deposited in the Citizens 2:30 o'clock December, 2nd. friends at her girlhood home. The re ' cessful revival. his credit as clerk mains were tnlcen to RtpVimnnfl. nnfl National Bank to Elder E. C. McDougle of Richmond CntS thus collected for the Mr. and Mrs. Hogan Ballard went to tVio tne hv tha cirio nf hla fntViov es filled the pulpit at the Christian church Lexington Wednesday seal and when the Court of Appeals m to see the opera lute neon White. Sunday morning and evening. finally decides, the matter he is then "Mauu Adams". 3 Miss Ethel Cherry Hilton and ready to pay the money to the State.or Miss Nancy Kobb has returned to Mrs. W. H. Brown and daughter Wm. Hannah were united in back to the parties as directed by the her home in Nichulasville, after a visit Miss Hallie Brown were with Danville, Frederick marriage on Saturday evening at the Court of Appeals. At this writing relatives Wednesday. HILL At. to Miss Bettie Waiker Burnbide. home of the bride's parents, Mr. and there has been 76 Hunting License isMrs. J. B. Collier is at home after a Mrs. E. W. Harris has been the re- Mrs. J. H. Hilton, in Stanford. The sued. recuperative btay with her son, Charles cent guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ran- Reverend D. M. Walker, minister of direct to us is naturally Collier of Fork Kidge, Tennessee. the Christian church performed the dolph Harris of Stadl'ord. Only A Fire Hero. cleaner than if it had ceremony which was witnessed by only Mr. S. A. Engleinan of Caw ton, Prof. J. L. Riley was in Richmond the members of the immediate family. but the crowd cheered, as, with burned Iowa is here to spend the winter with frtl n TTfrlifV IIjfi"been subject to many iw.. bub .uiitii jyukiiLb nortli.. iiicci,- icatiicij maaf. ' The bride is the attractive sister of hands, he held up a small round box, his sister. Miss Marv Clark gleman. jng amj mate an a(j.jross handlings. Cleanliness, Mrs. R. H. Batson and sister Miss "Fellows!" he shouted, " this Bucklen's m Messrs Wade and Arch Walker were Mrs Ross Bastin will entertain Friday Susie Hilton and has frequently visited Arnica Salve I hold, has evervthinc beat however, is not its only P in Richmond, Monday for the burial of ' evening in honor of her guest, Miss them, while the groom is the youngest j for burns." Right! also forbcils, ulcers, their great nephew William Henry Baughman, of Hustonville. son of Mrs. Elizabeth Hannah Donald sores, pimples, eczema, cuts, sprains, virtue. It bakes better and goes farther than any other Mrs. Geo. D. Robinson and Miss of Dalton, England. The newly wed- bruises, Surest pile cure. It subdues now, try our flour Mrs. Davis Prather was in Lexing- - Martha Kavanaugh are visiting Miss ded pair left at once for an extensive inflammation, kills pain, Only 25 cents flour we know. If you make good bread bridal trip to Chicago, Denver, Yellow at R. E. McRoberts & Son ton, Friday to meet her sister, Miss Nancy Walker in Atlanta Ga. and make better. You'll save a little too because you can Stone Park, and San Fransisco. They Ida Potts who was on her way to CinMr and Mrs Clinton Bastin will bo will bo at home December, 15th, at cinnati. make the same sized loaf with less flour here and spend Thanksgiving with the Nogales, Arizona. Mrs. Wm J. Craig of Bowling Green grooms parents Mr and Mrs A. H. BasYOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. (nee Miss Ethel Grant) was the guest tin. Work On Streets. V Saturday and Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Judge Homer W. Batson, Mrs. Bat-so- n Lexington street is being made into a Ed Price. S5 and little daughter of Louisville boulevard by the city. The work is S3 Mrs. George D. Robinson and Miss are guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Bat- now in progress under the able superSee "Sentimental Sarahs" at the Martha Kavanaugh left last week for son. vision of the champion road builder, Opera House Friday 29th. Nancy Walker in Ata visit to Miss Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Bourne are at Squire J. P. Bourne. Mr. Bourne is a 3aE32SE5SiEES3H5S lanta, Georgia. home after spending a pleasant week past master at the business and the FOE rent: Cottage on Richmond Miss Mary Dalton was at home Sat- with Mr. and Mrs. Char'es Clark of people may rest assured that when it street. W. J. Romans. is completed, it will be our best street urday and Sunday from Hamilton Col- Lexington. Ky. I am giving some fine bargains on in town. lege Lexington with her parents, Mr. Mrs. B. C. Rose entertained at an elboth heating and cooking Stoves. and Mrs James Dalton. aborate course luncheon Wednesday Garrard Should Be well Represented. W. J. Romans well as the present-Yoas Mr. John Greenleaf and daughter, complimentary to Miss Sadie BaughCharles P. Weaver. Organizer Mrs. Boarding house for rent. Mrs. Hallie don't always exMiss Van Greenleaf of Richmond, will man of Hustonsville. of School Improvement Leagues for B. Sweeney Bryantsville Ky. tf. be guests on Thanksgiving of Mrs. pect to have a small Miss Sadie Baughman of Hustons- Kentucky, announces the first annual Emma G. Kauffman. ville, who is at the State Normal at Convocation of School Improvement business. Then prepare FOR SALE: Fresh jersey cow and calf, Mrs. John E. Anderson of Lexington Richmond, came Weduesday for a visit League workers in the Seelbach hotel yourself for a big one Mrs. W. B. Mason. in Louisville at 2 o'clock p. m. NovOpen an account at the ember 30th. Mrs. Weaver is very Winter buggy robes are going very Garrard Bank &. Trust anxious to have at this meeting a fast at the low prices I am giving. Co., and get used doing representative from every school in the W. J. Romans. state, and is particularly desirous that business as big business is done. Besides an account here We will demonstrate the unexcelled every county superintendent be in is a money saver in many ways. A check costs you only quality of McLaughlin Coffees Sat. attendence. two cents to mail. What does it cost you to send the cash? Nov. 30th. Be sure and come. Davidson & Doty. & Hunting License. 1 fr-- i and Miss Dove Harris of Danville, to her friend Mrs. W. Ross Bastin. spent Thanksgiving with their sister Mr. and Mrs. Bohon Campbell and r Mrs. S. G. Ander.-o- and family. little daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. M. K. Kirby has from Masher of Stanford will be here Thanksa stay in Washington Citv. giving as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. n Moors Air 'Tight Heaters $24; Range 5 J 2y 2lx' ef-fice- nt J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. The Malleable I Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. I Mount, Son . ssacsrasia (g88asGSa.!s3 i:.t- f TREES Fruit & Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Ros es Phlox. Etc. Growers of What we Sell. ! Hour From The ! ! n 1 - , J Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. I i i j , H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. I 1-- m I I I ancaster Elevator &HourMiii ia;);sa3) msxexaeyQQX :l):lM. I r Subscribe for Record John Whiie& Co 'CofoKitxt.A i HIghestrcafkstprlcepald iSpswK5N5ttik. Look To ie LOUISVILLE. KY.' ant Future FURS II u WOOL CSHBUSJOi snd HIDES. J4fc &df&mAm Tiwra SW .'! VSTwi...." BffW5 F" 1 &S3!&... mmmmsSBT - p.r u...pw... innoriifp We toll jem bow far m.klr Dries 1! Baa nztreccei. H.SABEL&SONS vtriio uii t w DMfcw In Furs, Hides, Weal U RS The Garrard Bank KrUf-i Trust Company LTflHffKjvrsra V4.W& muraj ag?T3f?anK.gcmnAM'Ji 3E5EEE32; SC5;Ms2 "" It's Pretty I Tough Luck to be out of and then have the bcttom drop out of the thermometer. Don't have that hap 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 BT,'t"",1'TT-'- Finr.""! Mil H arr-n-n-- Coal ie Woman Hakes fee 1: She makes it best who, looking after the culinary department, turns her back resolutely upon unhealthful, or even suspicious, food accessories. She is economical; she knows that true economy does not consist in the use cf Mend 'meat, flour, or baking powder. She is an earnest advocate of home made, home baked food, and has proved the truth of the statements of the experts that the best cooking in the world today is done with Royal have use for it some time anyway. Ml I Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Oo. Baking Powder. There seems to "be some dissatisfaction amongst the applicants for Hunting License, because of the fact County Clerk J. W. Hamilton is charging therefor $1.50. one dollar of this amount is for the License and fifty cents for the seal thereon. The law as passed by the last General Assembly required that all Hunting License be issued under the Seal of the Court, and tnere is a former provision requiring Clerk's to charge fifty cents for this seal and when is so paid to the Clerk it must be reported and paid to the Trustee of the Jury Fund of the County and is applied to the General Fund, that is to pay. Jurors &c, the amount of money collected from the Hunting License with the exception of fifteen cents Jue the Clerk for his services under the law is paid direct to the Treasurer of the State and is placed to the credit of the Fish and Game Fund. The County Clerk here Mr. J. W. Hamilton being in doubt as t( the right and authority to coJlect the said fee of fifty cents for the Seal on said Hunting License, on August 16th, 1912, wrote to the Attorney General James Gar-Iranett in regard" to the matter and on you want I have high in quality, and low in price. W. J. Romans. If it is a Stove it fiolera Hosts U F were saved from cholera and other diseases during the hot weather by the nsa of We want you as a Judge when we demonstrate McLaughlin's Coffee's Sat. 30th. Don't disappoint us. Davidson & Doty. We will not issue any special invitations for fear that we might miss some one; because we want everbody to try some of the McLaughlin Coffee. Davidson & Doty. FOR SALE Hogs and Poultry DOLLARS MILLIONS OF every year to poultry and ho raisers. Last year thousands of (mVu9 Tbe Greatest Cholara Piinnutlve Kaswa PRIVATEY. A CalSSno Powder as the "W. H. for Poultry and another for hoes, naeked in place", situated 4 miles east of Traylor metal cans, can't dry up. lose strength or spoil like other sad Stanford Ky. on the Goshen turnpike, costs no more. It is all medjemo and guaranteed too. and within one mile of church and Haw fa Tell schools. Farm, contains 135 acres and Written to be understood and sfren free to lire stock owners, oar page illustrated book, by our is most all in grass. One of the best consulthu? Veterinarian, showing how to know and showing' bow to cure diseases m Horses. Cattle. and most convenient houses in the Sheep. Sw ne and Poultry, together with over It Remedies, itvlarfing country, steam heated and waterworks RESORB1ME Our guaranteed remedy for Ring Bases. Spavins throughout. Splints or any bony enlargements. This is a splendid farm and a good THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. One) Baltimore-- , Md, U. S. A. opportunity for some one wishing a rOC S" by desii able country home. My reason for selling is ill health. Address Dan C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Lancaster, Ky. Agents wanted in other towns. Traylor, R. F: D. No, 4 Stanford, Ky, over. Give it to them now mixed with food the workit regulatesbowels, ings of the them, hiwwfc cholera snd other fjermj which getinto toe system with the food or drink. Prevents and cures th cholera, bat don't put it oft until they keel ets My farm known CO Cal-SJn- o. BBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBSI ,i.4 if - J&. WXXX) ' 1 mi0im0m&t?h tm&mmt4awa PAINT LWK. wore guests of Mrg. H. L. Wallace Friday and Saturday.; Porto Rico's New Waaler. From far away Porto Rico come reMr. Smith Engleman formerly of ports of a wonderful new discovery this place but now of North Dakota is that i3 believed will vastly benefit the visiting fnenas here people. Ramon T Marchan, of Bafee-onet- a, Dr. King's N?'w writes i"i H. J. Patriel. is spending a few Discovery is doing splendid work here. day.s with friends and relatives at hi3 It cured me about five times of tnrrihl.. old home at Paintsville Ky. j coughs and colds, also my brother of a Miss Margaret Ronnick has returned severe cold in his chest and more than from a several weeks visit to her sister 20 others, who used it on my advice. We hone this crreat medicine will Pt h. Mrs. Sandusky of Nicholas viile. j sold in every drug store in Porto Rico." Mr. A. B. Estridge who is at Spitler For throat and lung troubles there 13 Sanitoriam at Crab Orchard for nothing better. A trial will convince treatment is reported as doing very I you of its merit. 50c & ?1.00. Trial OO00Ctt0Q000 1 i 4SCXKOV0P0ONXje0POfrq H. Countx) OKce over K. J PREPARES Hill's business manager, and when I had read your play I found something TO MOVE worth while in it" Prudence managed to smile through the excitement that was now flaming In her Then Young Author Makes the eyes. cheeks and sparkling in her ' d.' T1NSLEY, Surveyor. PHONE S29-- J. G. Hurt a lumiture store. Discovery That She Is Famous. By MOLLY McMASTER. f,.ister, sr Cut Prudence gazed wistfully about Keutucky the small studio that had been her haven f ttwtfi tor tfc lat two ceocceoeeeeo years. She had tAea It- - en the Flowers strength of having sold a poem to one of the magazines, and her heart had been filled with hope' and the foundation of eucoeta. tioned. On His Guard. "As a manager I can not have my Two richly upholstered dames sat name flaming on all the billboards," on the hotel veranda and watched the said James Henry. "But since a co- wild waves dancing the turkey trot. llaborator Is what you require I want "That young man yonder is reputed the other half. We will turn out to be very rich," said one. BOTH 'PHONES 964. some plays between us that will travel "He is hopeless, however," declared LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. 23, 191- 2- The Lexington market for the sale of tobacco opened on In the other. "No girl will catch him." through all the stock companies Tuesday, November 19, under very favorable conditions, except the continued dry season caused the the country after they have had rec"Why do you say that?" ord runs on Broadway." offerings of tobacco to be smaller than was expected. "I told him yesterday that your "Then I will cancel my order for daughter looked sweet enough to eat, The attendance at the opening sale of buyers of manufacturers throughout this country, and the moving vans," Prudence laughed and he responded hastily that he was represent itive buyers for the export trade was no doubt the largest and most numerous that ever atand caressed the studio with her eyeB. a strict vegetarian." tended any sale of tobacco on any market. Thi3 fact demonstrating again to the sellers of tobacco the "I should have told you before," supeiimty and magnitude that the Lexington market holds in the minds of the buyers and users of James Henry put in contritely, and Wasting Words. which thev . A very large crowd of farmers were on hand showing their interest in the prices for the first time noticed the shabbl-nes- s "For a grown man, you talk a heap migat expect to obtain for their crops. of her brown frock. of foolishness." The total offerings on the market for the first week were 198,545 pounds, prices ranging from "No. no!" she cried swiftly, "your "What's the matter now?" coming so unexpectedly has been $4.00 to $33.00 per hundred. The general average on the entire offerings for the week being $11.32. "I overheard some of your chatter - The quality of the tobacco showed to be largely of the colory type with a sprinkle of good, bright wonderful " she broke off suddenly, on the hotel veranda last night" and James Henry gloried In the "Well?" red chewing tobacco. While there were some baskets of common tobacco, this grade showed to be very blushes that swept across the girl's "What's the use of asking a girl to scarce in comparison with the 1911 crop. The first offerings of tobacco on our market shows the quality cheeks. love you always when you're only of it to be, on the whole, rather pleasing and a very useful grade for the manufacturing trade. "Quite too wonderful," he comment- going to be at the seashore two Prices and averages obtained for various crors offered were satisfactory to the seller, and justied Inwardly. weeks?" fies the grower in marketing his crop, the only disappointment to him being that the yield in weight News(Copyright, 1912. by the McCIuro paper Syndicate.) this year will probably prove to be lighter than usual. Eager to Help Him. LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. (Ircorporated) The city editor looked over tho Funds to Save the Herons. manuscript the caller had handed IIS2e32?32SZ322Z2'.:J Following the publication of an ac- him. recently count of a disaster which has "If I run this item, madam," he said, befallen a great colony of herons "I shall have to use the blue pencil 4 354545v554s5v545v5455x5m5 which occupied a small island of about on about s of it." three acres In the marsh near Charles"O, that's too much trouble!" she woman has exclaimed. ton, S, C. a "Let me have it again, contriuuted $100 toward the purchase and I'll write it all with a blue penof the island. cil!" On the island from one thousand to :; THAT'S THE three thousand herons of five different r A Cruel Thrust. kinds Including the snowy egret, the Oldgirl If I were going to be Miss rarest and most beautiful of all the married, I would not give the impertiheron tribe had their homes and nent license men my real age. SS reared their young. A brief time ago Miss Pert Well, they don't have to the owner of the Island, an Atlanta have prize guessers for some things. man, practically wiped out the heronry by' having the bushes which covered Strictly Vegetarian. :; the place cut away and the Island j "Do these people keep a cow?" S3 planted in oats. one city girl. INCORPORATED. Today two or three hundred herons asked replied "No," still breed in the few bushes that re- have to. They the other. "They don't have a main on the Island, while it Is believed milkweed growing back fine patch of of ihs barn." money on flowers. greater number of the birds that the Offiice over Logan's store. "I want my studio to be beautiful have established themselves on anothS3 Residence Phoue 75. Office Phone 6 on the last day." She choked back er island near by. her tears while she arranged a great cluster of pink roses In her favorite It All Depended. Queen & One Block Depot rose Jar. Fair Elizabeth tripped blithely into During Sunday Prudence was half the country postofilce. hysterical and half brave. She had DANVILLE, KENTUCKY, No. "Now, I want to know," she demandnot realized how terrible the parting ed, with a SS e blush, as she hands with the dream of life was to be un- ed the clerk a pink communication adSS til she felt the evening hours of her dressed to her lover, "how long It will u- Opening Sale November JS last day drawing in. LANCASTER, KY. be before I get an answer to this leti; She Bank into the big cozy chair ter?" Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. Capacity of accommodations. beside the red lamp and tried to feel depends," he answered. "If "That SS on the morrow she would be an he's in jail they will let him write once that SS office girl. A friend of her father's a week or, maybe, once a month only. on We room doubled added a position as If he's dead broke he'll have to wait bad secured Prudence a Dan first reader on a magazine. til he can earn the price of a stamp,3 A building. to "And tomorrow evening I will go and I have no data upon which to to my horrid little hall room base an opinion of his earning cahome All Work Guaranteed. with tired eyes from having read pacities. If he's ill in bed he may many bad manuscripts." Prudence not care to dictate his heart's sentismiled ruefully and shadows darken- ments to a cold, disinterested third etc., ed her eyes. party; and If it's smallpox they won't 105 acres one-ha- lf mile from pike The brass knocker on the door told let him write at all; ditto if he's dead. her that a guest was without "I Then, again, if he's got a new (50 acres in clover.) to Will sell one wanted to be alone," she commented, At which moment he realized that or both at right price, write as she went to the door. the fair Elizabeth had flown. The man who had knocked crept straight into the heart of Prudence. Our Furnace Sympoalurri. He waB genial and happy and Banking the fire Is a very slmpje . O&ofcorer Hurt & Audemm's. Ky. process. It is easier tp bank anything "Are you Miss Prudence Lange?" else we know of. We have been able To sell now 7 Duroc Gilts ready for he asked. to bank anything excepting a fire for breeding. J54S433454Sx5 SS45x5x5x54$$4 "Yes." said Prudence, and opened several years. Place the ashes in the Sue JBennett Memorial School. the door still wider. "Will you come flour sifter and thuB sprinkle them J carefully over the coals. Three Inr "Thank you," James Henry said, for a small furnace, the kind' Admittedly one of the very best schools j that goes out every five minutes, and and went within. Prudence closed the door, and 'five teacupfulB for one of the battle in the State. Five Schools in one. somehow the atmosphere was sudden- ship variety. Close all of the drafts, fiigb Schet NarmsJ School, Graded School ly charged with electricity. She found or leave all of them open, as you her voice almost refusing to echo her choose, turn out the gas in the baseSchool f Mask, nmercial School. mental question. ment lck the kitchen door, take your "j have good news for you," Janes dose of Family Tea, wind the clock, .London, Ky. Henry told her when they were both put out the cat and go to bed. If these J. C. LEWIS, Prin. seated. H.e began without preamble. directions are followed faithfully you "Do you but of course you do, re- will in the morning find one of two member sending a play called 'Stolen conditions: The fire will be going or it will be out Boston Qlobe. Idols' to Emery H1HT" "Two long yean ago," Prudence Marriage Today. smiled wistfully. "I had po acknowi-edgmeeven," she added. "But I can't afford to buy you a "During pwr South African toar," duke." ' "N(ow; father, the proposition will Henry James went .on, as if he ex.Buy a Farm, i YOU WANT TO? Ssll a Farm, pected Prudence & kacr that Emery flnsjiqe itself. (Cards for an interna-tjona- ) IF ( Sell w.eddjng wll bring fancy prices, Auction Hill had taken his entire oonpaay jto will give you rjces on South Africa, "I 'discovered your play and .then' there's th'e moving-pictur- e among Mr. Hill's malL ,1 -am 50 Choice .Farms. .1 Atear trickled through her laahea and splashed down onto tha keys of her typewriter. Spasmodic breaths O0MOO0OOWOO began to tear at the girl's slight frame, and her head went forward on her arms, and Prudence burst into an uncontrollable passion of weeping. Farewell to her hopes, farewell to the dear, delightful studio wer IAWVER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. embodied in her grief; and the horriWill Practice in all State Courts anc ble feeling of failure crowded it all. One by one her manuscripts had U. S. District Court. been returned to her. They were far r Police Court. Pbone 194 too poetic, too much a part of the dream world for the average reader to appreciate. "Your characters are ethereal, not D. human." one editor had written. "Put them under the sprinkling can of (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) human emotions and let them get spattered with mud. You will write a story thpn." "But I do not see the mud." Prudence had bemoaned within herself, Ofttpe at Rainey s Livery Stable. "nor did aiy father write about mud sucspattered characters yet -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky cessful." she had argued he was in imagination with that editor. "But your father was a man. and a man's life touches earth more frequently than does a woman's. Your poet father's pen was human." Who So Ever Will. So Prudence had struggled on with Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT her ethereal heroes and heroines. and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. The meager amount left her by her father successful but The Old Reliable Barber. had dwindled down. Prudence's slim pocketbook and shabby clothes testiHENRY DUNCAN fied to an ardent need of money. "I dare not attempt to keep my studio for another year," she told Office Hours Office over may be Just as a. m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Stort herself, "the editors cruel as they have been." She smiled through her tears. "And I certainly B- will not marry Bobby, because he calls me a 'pipe dreamer.' " DENTIST. Even so, Prudence did not decide Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky to give up her studio without a struggle. "Still." she sighed, "there Is no use my having a studio If I am going Into an office, and If I will be wearing stiff collars and shirtwaists." Prudence cast a regretful glance at her shabby, artistic brown frock, and at the same time smoothed back a touseled head of brown curls. "Yes, I will have to JS. W. Morrow, Graduate Opticiat give it up. Studios would not be reGlasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. spectable If connected with a girl In shirtwaists and tight skirts. I will look about for a hall room." Oakdale Herd Of And with the bravery that had kept her courage up through untold misery Prudence made arrangements to move the following Monday. Had Pru denes known the meaning Royal blood and splendid individuality. of the word Irony she would have considered the fact that a substanFall boars and gilts for sale. tial check came to her from one of J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Ky her stories on the Saturday before her departure as a hit of irony. But, because to Prudence, irony, hypocrisy and slander held no part in the big scheme of existence she only rejoiced in her good fortune and forthwith spent a portion of the of QUALITY. LWare McRoberts. "I am rather good at making over other writers' plots," he continued without conoelt, "and I took your play and ran your characters through the mud Just sufficient to make them earthly," James Henry laughed, and Prudence joined him. "An editor once told me that my characters needed the sprinkling cart ran oitt them." jjhe told him, "You are evidently the driver." "A mighty good one at James Henry. "So don't faint or anything when I tell you that I have a sum that runs over the mark for you. I put your play on, and it haB been running to crowded houses through South Africa. We have brought it home to try in New York. Do you that-laugh- ed d uer 01 our farmer uiliscrlber. ami is tcr the siile or stock, grain mid cucli tilings qn Mrs. J as. Francis who has been quite farm as She farmi-- r caunot affo'd to adver- sick for several days is improving. tise. No notice will be accepted over four Hues, and will be only In Mvo issue of the Mr. Ja3. Metcr.if has moved his famIlKcoitp, free of charge ily in the looms above his drug store. Some sows and pigs for sale. J. A. Conn Jr. Lancaster Ky. R. E. Henry sold a fine Jersey cow to A. H. Bastin for ?75. Dr. Lucian Treadway has for his I guests his two brothers. oo ooeoeoooe ocoo4 ooooooooo ooJ Mr W S. Fish nas returned from a dpaco below this bending is for the exclu-eiv- r short sta at Crab Orchard. FARMER'S COLUMN ! Miss Sallie Woods left last Friday for a visit to her aunt Mrs. Joe Fris-bi- e of Gallipolis O. Mrs. Park and Mrs. Witt of Richmond well. bottle free. ) McRoberts & Son. Guaranteed by R. E. 1-- m For Sale: a fine 5 yr old jersey cow to be fresh Dec, 1st. pig. W. T. King China boar jS323eSS5SBaaGZ A. P. Barnard, Pres. aSKEZSSSS J. E. Robinson, Orti-ev- Br. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. "Mind!" Prudence did not faint, but she jumped up and took James Henry by both hands. "If I knew you better," she cried, "I would dance you about the room. As it 1b I can only thank you from my heart." James Henry laughed, because there was something In the voice of Prudence that warned him that tears were scarcely hidden, and he knew that If she cried he would not remember that he had known her a scant five minutes. As It was, the soft pressure of her fingers was tingling up his arm. "We. of course, are collaborators?" Prudence stated, rather than ques- mindr for Service. Carlton Elkin. For SALE: A fine Jot of thorough-bre- d duroc gilts already bred, also fifteen well fatted meat hogs. J. F. Robinson. Ready for sale Good Poland J. M. Gentry, Vice-Pre- s. Luther Stivers, Sales Mgr. R. L. Baker, Sec-Trea- s. Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. IXCOKI'ORATKD. Auctioneers: J. C. ROBERTS, J. N. GIBBONS. EARLE BASS and BROTHER. For rent for year 1913, a 5 room cottage and store. Call on J. W. Aker or S. D. Carpenter, Preachersville, Ky. 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. Luther Stivers In A Class By Himself Sales-Manag- i er and booster for the following houses: FOR 1913 Rent; my WAREHOUSES. MANAGERS. A. P. Barnard, J. W. Rodes, Land Bros., J. N. Gibbons. Luther Stivers &. Bro. For Sale Two good Jersey Cows, Sherburne, Lexington, Stivers, Central Ky. Growers, Baker &. Scott. B. Hawkins. 3 and 4 years old. Dean & John Dunn Stock. Also two good gentle carriage horses. Bays, and match well. James Leavell, Bryantsville, Ky. J. M. Gentry, E. COME! COME! Floor Space 3,000,000. Open day and night. Stable Room for 1,000 Horses. Shed room for 1,000 loads of tobacco, no danger of damage. Financial responsibility. Guarantee sales every day. Best experienced tobacco men in Kentucky to advise you about tobacco. Full competition of all the buying trade, including manufacturers, dealers and exporters Haul your tobacco to us where you have individual attention to each basket by experienced warehousemen and where you can beUer control the sale as to time and price. I over-generou- s to-ba- cc F. Walter gg.y.rtXrMKT 4 54-55-- I - 2 a J nine-tenth- public-spirite- d Sell Your Tobacco At The Big House 1 J Registered Durocs f. j 01 ! S3 J3- - JO- s DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. eople's Tobacco Warehouse from Crescent j W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. tell-tal- Par FOR The Largest House In This Section. Perryville Street, Phone JJ- 50. SAXjE 21, 1912, and sales daily thereafter. JO- enlarged and every facility for the best our unloading capacity and H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, Paint Lick, Kentucky r- - pike midway a between Lancaster and ville, excellent house and 3 tenant houses, large barn, bearing orchard. 212 acres JO- have large sales JO- - the main Col. C. C. Lucas, of North Carolina, will sell. look after your tobacco. I M. iC. Denny, DENTIST H girl" Expert men in all departments frank-lookin- g. James H. Otter, Lancaster, hi BONN, President, JAMES SALLE, Sep'y, tea-cunfu- ls 't Bring1 Tour Tobacco To w Real Estate at rock-bottom and Auctioneer. See He or loach tfee ot I ' Li?e Wire. 1 Residence Phone 66. Stanford Street. Business Phone 211. m PBMWH I W.X.XING, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ye Wr-jit- e Anv Ki.n,d o,f INSURANCE WmSm Office at National Bank. .No Auction Sales. BAJLEY Office . over The Natf onaj Qank of Lancaster, Ky. c t.vr- & COLLI EP Phone 27. f 1 1 No eoramisjpn Tp PaY- pay. ,We Buy Your Tobacco at Highest Market Price and Unload the Same M fBjw&lmjiS ? JKL f-?A- 8 L & - X- - r.si