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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 6, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912120601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 6, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. A NUMBER 35. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6 1912. Remember the Circle Girls annual Lexington street when complete bazaar and candy sale on December 6th boulevard. will be a and 7th at Hurt & Andhrsons store. The crv of the city papers now is Miss Fannie C. Rawson State Libra- "do your Xmas shopping early." ian of the Library Commission, will adMany an office hunter is wishing Old dress the people of Lancaster and GarSanta would leave a good federal posi- rard county in interest of establishing tion in his sock. a public library in Lancaster. Miss Rawson comes at the request of Meat hogs are a scarce article and the Womans Federated Club. All intown people have been paying 7J cents terested in the establishment of a libra per pound for them. ry are urged to attend. on the ponds and creeks several Ice mornings last week an inch in thickMrs. Hemphill HI. ness. Fine hog killing weather. The many friends of Mrs. J. C. HempJust about time to be thinking of old hill will be grieved to know that she is Santa Claus. He is at Mrs. W. H. seriously ill of pleurisy and is confined to the Jewish Hospital in Louisville. Ward's Grocery in all his glory. Her daughter Mrs. Dr. McNees of The new filter is receiving the Clinton Mo. is at her bedside. finishing touches and it is expected that -a trial of its efficency will be made in Bob" Arnold In Town. the near future. R. L. Arnold, our former townsman Rev. S. H. Pollitt is helping Rev. who recently removed to Richmond, Wagoner in a meeting at Moreland was down Thanksgiving shaking hands Ky.; Rev.Cland Fawn will fill his pulpit with his many friends. Bob says he at McKendree Sunday morning and likes Richmond, is doing a splendid night. business, and is well pleased, all of The issue of the Interior Journal for which we are glad to hear, but his the Tuesday preceding Thanksgiving periodical returns show that his heart day has not yet reached Garrard county yearns for Lancaster, and we predict subscribers. Must have been lost in that he will "make his pile" and return here to spend his declining years. the mail. Mr and Mr. L. G. Supervisors Appointed. Messrs A. H. Bastin, F. G.Hurt and George Smith Sr. have been appointed City Supervisors to go over and revise the assessors valuation of City property", John M. Farra Annouces. IpLliJrWWrrgMTa ImlkmMfWMmmmMfimmmmJi MORE V MODS A COMPLETE LINE OF Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves and Ranges. ; Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire Backs and Fire Brick. Anything You Want in Davidson are A Severe Loss. Guns,Ammunition,Hunting Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: Live and Let Live. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. &SBK3& receiving congratulations over the arrivMessrs. Ed. and Ben Hughes who al of a fine ten pound boy, on Wednesday have the contract for the reconstrucmorning. He has been christened tion of the Richmond turnpike, suffer-ere- d Glenn Gordon. a severe loss one day last week when a tent which housed their hands Start the new year right, subscribe was burned. The tent was pitched foi the Record. We try to make it near Fairview church and in some unjust a little better every year than the known manner caught fire and was preceding one. and 1913 will be no ex- burned before the hands could reach ception. Do it now. it. Besides the tent, they lost a tarpaulin valued at $40. and a lot of tools Drought is seriously hampering the and several of the hands suffered conhandling of tobacco and it will be well siderable loss in the way of clothing. along in the new year before the Garrard county crop is entirely out of the Depot Broken Into. hands of the farmer. On the Wednesday night preceding On December 6th. and 7th. the Bap- Thanksgiving soneone smashed the big tist Aid Society will hold a Bazaar in glass in the north door to the L & N depot, thereby gaining entrance to the Miss Arnolds Millinery Department. A general assortment of Christmas express room, from which they satisfied novelties will be shown. Dolls and an themselves with abstracting a dozen art display of copies from famous quarts of whisky. The guilty party paintings will be among the attractions was evidently bent only on securing for sale. General patronage solicited. the means of celebrating Thanksgiving day, but if they fall into the hands of the law, it will prove a very expensive New Mail Carrier. celebration to them. There is as yet no Clay Dunn has superseded George clue to the culprit. Allen as mail carrier on the line running from this place to Nicholasville A Great Success. and return. The play "The Sentimental Sarahs" which was presented by the pupils of Wanted. the graded schools under the tutelage Several experienced lady clerks to help of Miss Olive Dean, which was presented in my Dry Goods Department during at the opera house on last Friday night, my Sale. Apply at Store or by letter. was a great success from every standR. H. Batson, Lancaster, Ky. point. The play attracted a large audience and all were well pleased with the play. They secured near about $80, in door receipts, which will net a neat sum for the use of the Athletic Association, for whose benefit the play was given. Mr. R. L. Elkin To Accept In this issue of the Record will be found the announcement of Hon. John M. Farra for the nomination for the office of representative in Kentucky Legislature from Garrard county. Mr. Farra has served one term in the lower house from this county and his record is a splendid one, reflecting great credit both upon himself and the county which he represents. As predicted by the Record at the time of his election, he forged rapidly to the front among the Kentucky solons, and was readiiy recognized as one of the most able members of that body. Mr. Farra's record is open to the inspection of those whose suffrage he seeks, and it is a record of which he may well be proud. He was found at all times voting'for and championing all measures which redounded to the welfare of the commonwealth, and exerting every possi- SI ble effort when his home countys interests were at stake. Mr. Farra voted for many measures, including the anti-paand the public utilities bill, which went down in ignominious defeat, but it is hoped will be revived again and will meet with a more kindly fate. Mr. Farra because of the "experience obtained at his first session, is better equipped than ever to represent the county of Garrard, and if we feel sure .will redouble his efforts in behalf of the commonwealth in general and of this county in particular. m ! ss jtBHQEHHHH h I Hog Headquarters Sausage Mills, Lard Presses, Sausage Stuffers, Rutnhpr KnivPQ. Lard Cans, i Haselden 1 Brothers mlmWmiMfMim WmMf?UmfMJmrmrm For County Attorney. $k . Position With The Record. ! PRINTING We Surety Do It! Bill Heads, Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Circulars, Cards, 1 I I I I I I I 1 I I On January 1st Mr. R. L. Elkin will assume the position of Business Manager of the Central Record and will transact all matters pertaining to the business management of the paper. Mr. Elkin's business acumen is well known to the people of Garrard county he having been born and raised in the county and actively identified with its business interests for many years. He is at present occupying a position with the Garrard Bank &Trust Co., which place he resigns to come with the Record, He is an energetic, hustling business man, as many successful Lancaster Fairs due to his efforts as secretary will testify. He will be around early in the new year looking for subscriptions and advertisements, and if your name is not on our list or your business is not mentioned in our advertising columns, the best and quickest wav to set rid of him will be to give him an ad or subscribe for the In this issue of the Record will be found the announcement of two members of the legal fraternity of Lancaster for the nomination for the office of County Attorney of Garrard connty, subject to the action of the county democracy, Messrs G. B. Swinebroad and Green Clay Walker. The former is a practising attorney, the junior member of the real estate firm of Hughes & Swinebroad and a handler of fine dairy stock, and is a sterling democrat, a good business man and a splendid gentleman. Mr. Walker is a member of the Lancaster bar, and for the past three years has been the editor of the Central Record. Further introduction of these gentlemen to the people of Garrard county is unnecessary. We wish to state in our own behalf that it has been tacitly, and we might say generally understood, that we would be a candidate for the office for which we have announced, and we had hoped to arrange some business affairs before making this announcement public. However, the announcement of our esteemed opponent has precipitated the publicity of our intentions. Before the race makes much progress we hope to get out among the people of Garrard county and personally urge our claims to their suffrage. Our opponent Mr. Swinebroad is our friend and brother attorney, and is a high class gentleman, and we wish to give assuran ce to the public that the campaign will be conducted along high planes, and we shall be fully satisfied with what ever decision the voters shall make in the matter. Forage Poiseniug. I will save you money on a good Heating1 or Cooking STOVE. ' Drafts, . Notes, Receipts, Pamphlets, Visiting Cards, Wedding Invitations. Checks, I I ! I I I I I I I The Central Record. Lancaster, Kentucky. I I -':. I.- 5 V Dr. R. L. Pontius came over Lexington last week, being called for the purpose of diagnosing a mysterious disease which had carried away cattle for several of our farmers. He pronounced the deaths as being due to "forage poisoning", the disease which created such terrible havoc among the horses and cattle of the state of Kansas last year. He pronounces the disease as neither contagious or infec- Complete line of Famous White tious, but as yet there has not been a successful remedy found for the ail Cfl ment, in fact the germ has not as yet ft been sufficiently isolated as to give the O O people who are making a study of the in- disease an opportunity to make an Record. telligent diagnosis with a view to 125 remedying the ravages of the disease. Electors Meet In January. The department of Animal Husbandry Under the law the thirteen Democra- have a circular in course of preparatic electors chosen in Kentucky at the tion on the subject, which we will pubelection of November 5 will meet in th lish in full as soon as we receive it. State Capitol at Frankfort on the secDr. Pontius says the disease makes K ond Monday in January to organize the its appearance in two forms, one vio- CQ Electoral College and cast Kentucky's lent, the other apathetic; the iormer W vote for President and Vice President, being susceptible to treatment but the which of course, will be for Woodrow latter almost invariably incurable. Wilson and Thomas R. Marshall, res- When attacted in violent form, the O m pectively. The law stipulates that the animal appears partially blind and runs Electors must meet at 10 A. M. and around at random and its actions are w cast their votes at noon or thereafter. altogether violent, in this case if a In the event that any of the Electors veterinary be quickly summoned, he are absent at noon the remaining Elec- can usually succeed in saving the anitors choose another, and it was to pro- mals life. In the latter case, when the vide for this contingency that Assist- symptoms are of the apathetic kind, Cfl ant Electors were named in each con- the animal is dull and stupid, the sight O gressional district and from the is almost entirely gone, the head is After the ballot Kentucky's drawn and the animal appears almost vote will be duly certified and a mes-- lifeless, there is scarcely any chance to sengtr selected to carry "the vote tc save it. Herculean efforts are being made to Em Washington. Hon. R. H. Tomlinson of this county diagnose and suggest a remedy for this O is one of the electors who will be pres- dreadful disease, and it is sincerely to W ent on this occasion, and we venture to be hoped that they will be successful, say there will not be present at that for a scourge. He suggests that when it assembly a more sterling democrat than makes its appearence, that other stock the old democratic war horse from Gar- be taken off the food which the sick H rard county, who has been assisting in stock had been eating, that they be the fighting 'of the democratic battles provided with clean quarters and pur in nis nome county since time immem gatives used freely; he says further orial, who has suffered many a defeat, that the disease originates from eating but has ever come smiling ready to be- various foods, corn, oats and hay, and gin again the fighting with renewed is confined to no particular food or I spoof) ubd ptreig igor. aJIUM. forage. My Stoves are welded where from others are bolted. here W. J. ROMANS. Horse Brand Can Goods o CURREY'S S Raisins. Citron. Currents. Figs. Dates. Pineapples. Oranges. Cherries. Lemon P eel. Pecons. s Almonds. State-at-larg- e. Walnuts. Spices of all kinds for your black cake at o CURREY'S ssioh snourej jo sun epfduoo !i - a.--"- 1 -- 4.?,. KSKSK9KSSSKWS:5 a&&&f&X&&8X3 3&&tta0&a&&0 t&SZ&tt&X'iRQZ&Z&mE&S IfllU 1 IIIUll OMlh Dec $20.00 $18.00 $16.50 $15.00 Suits Suits Suits Suits reduced reduced reduced reduced to to to to 7th, 1912 $16.50 Overcoats reduced to 12.50 $ 5.00 Overcoats reduced te .50 $12,50 Overcoats reduced to 8.50 $ 0.00 Overcoats reduced to 7.50 1 For the next 14 days, commencing Saturday, December 7th, 1912 we will sell everY Overcoat and Suit in our store at COST. This stock is clean merchandise and this seasons goods $14.75 13.75 12.75 11.75 ScJLl 1 v? ZKOTe'w Suits reduced to 8.75 7.75 Suits reduced to Overcoats reduced to $ 4,80 3 50 Overcoats reduced to 1 1 1 1 1 $12.50 $10.00 $20.00 $ 8.50 Let us fit you up for Xmas at these extremely low prices for high grade clothing. xL Oi Q&$$$i,&i&a03$a cJ The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 Is T3 House Of Quality. "Some Pumpkins". os0 KHSto - - s3$to - .:. i&iv&w&&tt$o&& Back To The Old Days. 3 oi?$ac5Hscss3cHsHsas Who Owns The Park? a year. We are authorized to announce Dave Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. For Magistrate. We. are authorized to announce John N. White as a candidate for Magistrate, in the first district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the demecratic party. We are authorized to announce WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Magistrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. Entered at the Tost Ofliee in Laucnster, Ky., Mail Matter. as Second-Clas- s Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., December 6, 1912. Rates For Political Announcements democratic partv. For or For For For For Precinct and Citv Offices Mag-strat- e, . . .S 5.00 We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n , 10.00 County Offices H. Estes as a candidate for 15.00 State and District Offices in the first district of Garrard .10 county, subject to the action of the Calls, per line .10 democratic party. Cards, per line New Citizens. all publications in the interWe are authorized to announce of individuals or expresest Mr. Edwin Walker has accepted a Charles C. Becker as a candidate for sion of individual views, per Magistrate in the second district of position in the hardware store of Com .10 line Bros. Mr. Walker and wife will go t .05 Garrard county, subject to the action Obituaries, per line housekeeping on Richmond street h of the democratic oartv. the cottage adjoining Mr. W. J. Ro We are authorized to announce ClifWe are authorized to announce Tay- mans. Mr Samuel B. Denny has als ton Rodes Anderson of Boyle county lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag- become a citizen of Lancaster aud ha: as a candidate for State Senator from istrate in the second district of Gar- accepted a position with HaseldenBros the Eighteenth Senatorial District, rard county, subject to the action of subject to the action of the democratic the democratic Dartv. Game Scarace In Garrard. party. The hunters of the county are comWe are authorized to announce Davis For County Judge. pletely disheartened because of the Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate We are authorized to announce Clay- in the first Magisterial district of Gar- scarcity of game in the county. ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- rard county, suoject to the action of Whether because of the drought or what not, there seems to be comparaty Judge of Garrard County subject to the democratic oartv tively few quail in the county, and a the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce marked scarcity of rabbits is also reWe are authorized to announce Logan Ison as a candidate for Magis- ported. Until this year, ; the average James A. Beazley as a candidate for trate in the second district of Garrard hunter could go out and in a few hours County Judge of Garrard county, sub- county, subject to the action of the kill more rabbits than he could easily carried, but a good shot in a days hunt ject to the action of the Democratic democratic party. party. this season often encounters less than half dozen little animals. Farmers reFor Representative. For County Attorney. port them dying in large numbers last We are authorized to announce John winter from some unaccountable reaWe are authorized to announce Green Clay Walker as a candidate for the M. Farra as a candidate for representa- son, and many of them are of the opinnomination for County Attorney of tive from Garrard county, subject to ion that some kind of disease was prevalent among them. Garrard county, subject to the action the action ot the democratic party. late Senators Rayner and Heyburn. An enthusiastic reception was given former Speaker Cannon, who retires with James, Leadthe session. Senator-elec- t Sulzer, of er Underwood, ct Cox, of Ohio New York, and received special attention. Already bills are being presented, one among the first being to pension retired presidents; but it is hardly probable that many measures will be passed during the short session, barring tne appropriation and supply bills which were held over from the adjournment this fall. The session will more than likely be taken up with the trial of Judge Archbold of the Commerce Court and the hearing of the reports of the various committees which have been laboring during the interim since adjournment. Gov-elect Big New Hardware Emporium. Gov-ele- Conn Bros who recently purchased the old Mason Hotel property are building, in fact they are covering up the entire lot. and when completed will have one of the best equipped Hard-was- e stores in Central Kentucky, together with tin, plumbing and black smith shop in connection, and what you cannot get in their line from Conn Bros it will be useless to search for elsewhere. They have recently added to their large force of clerks, Mr. Edwin M. Walker, who has had considerable experience in the hardware business and who will make a valuable addition to their force. Big Reward For Lancaster Negro. J Ben Embry, alias Bud Embry, one of the negroes said to have been connected with the killing of deputy sheriff Hart in Winchester last week is still at large ind a reward of $1,000 is offered for the arrest of Embry and two other legroes said to have been involved in .he affair. The Winchester Democrat tates that Embry was sent to the jenetentiary from Bell CDunty for two ears for murder and was released from :hat institution in August 1911. The Democrat also is inclined to the belief .hat Embry is originally from Lancas-ce- r, and the indica.ions are that such is the case. There was a colored boy raised here by the name of Ben Embry and his father lived in Middlesboro, where the boy spent much of his time. Passing Of An Old Land The people of Lancaster were brought The case involving the ownership of At Ed Caines corn show there was face to face with ; realization of what "the park" in the center of the public four pumpkins which weighed in the the town was before we had water square, which has been pending in the aggregate 287 pounds, the largest one works and electrid lights and what it circuit court for some time, was sub- weighing 92 pounds. Not as lirge as would be now if we did not have them mitted to Judge Hardin on Tnesday the one Uncle Eph Leavell brought in on last Tuesday afternoon. In making and he will probably render a decision last year, but some pumpkins neverthethe connection to the new filter a in the matter before tne ending of the less. casting was broken which caused a present term of court. shutting down of the water plantwhich No Fireworks Xmas. necessarily put the light plant out of The Farmers Union of Garrard Co. The City Council at their regular commission. T!.t-- break was not repaired will hold their regular county meeting until between five and six o, clock and at the court house in Lancaster, Ky., meeting on Monday night passed an the consternation of the people at the Thursday Dec. 12th.. 1912 at 10 o'clock ordinance prohibiting the sale or dis- thought of this condition continuing for the purpose of electing officers for j charge of fireworks within the city through the night would impress a the following year and other important limits during the coming holiday sea son, or at any other time. stranger with the idea that these business. utilities had existed here since the Sate Secy Treas R. L. Barnett will Much Needed Rain. speak at one o'clock P. M. on the birth of Lancaster. same date. All members are requested Rain began falling Tuesday night, to attend this meeting. Sadler. and by noon Wednesday the county was rejoicing over a splendid tobacco Another one of the noble christian J. B. Lawson, Co. Secy Treas. A. J. Rice. Co. Pres. season, and the farmers are now bendwomen of the north eastern part V Mark. The old Lancaster fire engine, Jim Dillon's old "soda fountain", has passed from the possession of the city of Lancaster; Mr. Moynahan accepted it in part payment for additional work done on the water works dam, and will dismantle it and convert the truck, Buckeye which is a splendid one, into a dray. The passing of this old land mark re- noon. calls fir fighting in Lancaster before of the county passed to her great reward A Clev-e-r Gentleman. when Mrs. Eliza Sadler died at her home near Buckeye early Monday mornMr. J. B. Greer of Pittsburg Pa., ing. Mrs. Sadler's death was not a head of theGreerFHterM'fg.Co of that surprise, she had been a long sufferer city is indeed a hustler. Mr. Greer and all measures looking to her relief came here last summer and saw the had proven unavailing. Her death was predicament the city wa3 in in regard due to ajcomplication of diseases. Mrs. to the disposal of the water works Sadler was in her sixtieth year at the bonds. He immediaeely set about the time of her death. She was a daugh- task of placing these bonds, which he ter of the late Joseph Simpson, and the quickly did. at par. He then came bewidow of Mr. William Sadler who a fore the city council when bids were few years ago was killed by a btroke of opened for the improvement to the lightning. Mrs Sadler is survived by plant and succeeded in securing the one daughter, Mrs Ke rp Walker of contract for the filter. It was natural this place, by one brother Mr. William to suppose we had then seen the last Simpson of Teatersville and one sister ; 0f Mr. Greer, but when the time came Mrs Wil.iam T. Wost of this place to install the filter, lo and behold, who Mrs Sadler united with the Baptist should don a suit of overalls and do church at Buckeye in her early girl- the major portion of the work but Mr hood and all her life had been a Greer himself. And a splendid job he member. After funeral ser- has made of it. vices by Rev 0. P. Bush, her remains were placed at rest in the cemetery at Spend Your Money At Home. con-sistant ing everp energy toward getting their crops stripped out and on the market before the coming of the Xmas holidays. Circuit Court. The circuit court has been busy with civil matters all of this week and Judge Hardin is rapidly clearing up the civil docket. The case of the Commonwealth against Thomas Ralston charged with the killing of George Finley at Paint Lick, which was set for last Monday, was passed until Wednesday of next week because of the illness of Mr. A. B. Estridge, an important witness for the commonwealth. Mr. Estridge informed the court that he thought he would be able to be here on next Wednesday. Mr. Burton Yery Busy. the advent of the water works system. The late James Dillon was custodian of this old soda fountain, and it was his duty to keep it "charged", which operation consisted of about the same process as was in vogue in those days for the charging of the soda fountains at the local drug stores. The machine was always kept charg-ed and at the tap of the bell Mr. Dillon would rush to his engine and with the Three negres, one of them said to We are authorized to announce G. B. hail originally from Lancaster, ruthSwinebroad as a candidate for the lessly murdered, shot to death, Deputy nomination for County Attorney of Sheriff Hart at Winchester last week, Garrard county, subject to the action made their escape, and as yet have suc of the democratic party. ceeded in evading the officers of the law. For Sheriff. These negroes are said to have been crazed with cocaine or some other drug, We are authonzed to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of This brings forcibly to our minds the Garrard County, subject to the action rapid increase in the use of these drugs, especially the former, and more parof the Democratic party. ticularly among the colored people. A We are authorized to announce few years ago this habit was comparaAshby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff tively unknown, but it seems to have of Garrard county, subject to the ac- spread like wild fire. We do not recall tion of the democratic party. any great crime directly the result of the use of drugs in Lancaster, but We are authorized to announce W. we do lament the loss of some of our L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard best darkies as the- result of its usage. county, subject to the action of the The local officers and the local laws democratic party. have proved inadequate to cope with We are authorized to announce W. S. the growing habit, they have arrested Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of parties for the selling of it and for Garrard county, subject to the action having it in their possession, they have placed stringent restrictions on the locof the Democratic party. al drug stores, who even without restrictions are loth to sell drugs to irresFor Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave ponsible parties, either with or withC. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor out prescription, but all efforts have of Garrard county subject to the ac- proven unavailing, they have always by some means succeeded in procuring tion of the democratic psrty. enough "croke", to make them oblivWe are authorized to announce Mr. ious to their surroundings and to renE. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomi- der them unfit for any kind of labor. nation of Assessor of Garrard County, We do not think the "habit" is as subject to the action of the democratic bad here as in many other places, but party. it is bad enough and an evil that is We are authorized to announce J. B. hard to stamp out. We notice every-onc- e in a while the federal authorities Collier as a candidate for the nominaare taking the matter in hand, and in tion for assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic the larger cities the local authorities party. are making herculen efforts to stamp out the sale of drugs to negroes and irWe are authorized to announce W. responsible whites, and it is to be hopL. Huffman for a candidate for assessed that the day is not far distant when or of Garrard county subject to the concerted action will be taken all over action of the Democratic party. the country which will result in the complete stamping out of the sale of For School Superintendant. these injurious drugs and will put an We are authorized to announce Miss end to the debauching of this class of Jennie Higgins as a candidate for people. School Superintendant for Garrard county, subject to the action of the TheJast session of the d Democratic party. Congress convened in both houses at noon Monday, Senator Bacon presiding For Jailer. in the Senate and Speaker Clark in the We are authorized to announce Jack House. After twenty minutes the sixty-secon- of the democratic party. Filter And Dam Completed. The filter is completed, the dam is completed and the material has been shipped for the construction of the new water tower. The water af ten passing through the new filter is as clear and pure as if it emanated from one of the springs high up in the Rocky mountains. However the community in general will assistance of a volunteer department, consisting of whoever he could muster to his aid, would dash to the scene of the conflagration, and after much "monkeying,' with it, the old apparatus would "go off" to the imminent mains and pipes. The mains in their peril of the clothes of the bystanders, present condition would so contaminate many of whom have suffered the loss the water that, notwithstanding the of a suit of clothes ruined by this ancifact that it has passed tnrongh the ent machine, and would finally succeed new filter, its condition would not be in saving the lot the burning building noticeable, and owing to the low stood on. condition of the water supply it is not deemed advisable to use the water for Mr. Hamilton Will Probably Make The Race flushing purposes until the supply is It is highly probable that Hon. James materially increased. I Hamilton will yield to the importunities of his friends and will make the Pays His Customers Taxes. race for the State Senate from the Mr. R. G. Woods, the clever cashier eighteenth district to succeed Hon. R. of the Peoples Bank of Paint Lick L. Hubble who has announced his incame down Thanksgiving for the pur- tention of not offering for pose of paying the taxes of a number Mr. Hamilton has received flattering of the customers of his bank who found encouragement from all over the disit inconvenient to get to town for that trict and would prove a strong conpurpose, and the sheriffs coffers were tender for the office should he decide to the richer by over $3,000 inconsequence make the race. of his visit. The force was compelled It has always been the custom for to put in the better portion of their the counties of the district to offer canThanksgiving day making out tax re didates for this office alternately, and ceipts for Mr. Woods, but they did not j it is very easy to see, accepting this begrudge the loss of their holiday as it rule, that it is now Garrard county's means the saving of a lot of time and time to furnish the candidate. Going back as far as the time Hon. trouble to them. There is no more thriving community anywhere than the George T. Farris snatched the office Paint Lick section of Garrard county, from Hon B. B. King of Moreland, peopled by a splendid class of thrifty marks the last time that Garrard counand progressive people who are fast ty furnished a candidate for the office; assuming a leading part in the affairs Senator Hubble succeeded Mr. Farris of the county. The turnpike connect- and the succeeding term was Boyle ing that place with Lancaster has been county's time, and that county had an thoroughly remodeled and rebuilt and avowed candidate for the office right is now a model road; they have just up to the time of the primary when he " was completed a splendid new Graded withdrew and Senator Hubble School building which would be .a credit elected to succeed himself, Boyle theren. Thus it is easy to a town of much larger size, the by forfeiting school will be equipped with a corps of to be seen that it is now Garrard counthe very best teachers obtainable; ty's time to .furnish the candidate, and there are a number of new and modern following the long established precedwellings recently completed in the lo- dent, if Mr. Hamilton or any other Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- Senate adjourned through respect to cality, and taken altogether this locali- candidate from Garrard county should rard county, subject to the action of the memories of the late presiding of- ty is showing a progressive spirit assert their claims, it is but justice the Democratic party. ficer, Vice President Sherman and the worthy of emulation. That he should have the nomination. not get the benefit of this pure water until sufficient rainfall is had to put enough water in the lake to enab'e Mr. Herron to wash out the old filter, which will be used for a storage basin, and to thoroughly flush and cleanse the her-tur- Mr. W. B, Burton tells us that up to Notice the advertisements of home the present time he has shipped to his merchants in the issue of thj Record. firm in Wilson N. C. ten car loads of Follows The Bent Of His Early Training. Note the prices on seasonable goods. horses and mules, twice as many as he Where can you beat these prices? You has ever shipped before this early in the To a man whose younger days were 'surely cannot beat them. A good sea season, and that he will continue his spent upon the western plains, who son has placed the farmer in a position shipments until well up in the month of went to rest at night with the pommel to put his tobacco on the market. February. Mr. Burton reports the of his saddle for his pillow and the blue wv,nf n ;,. .a un,, a market at following recent transactions in live firmament for a covering, who many home for ALL of u But whn you stock. At Richmond court, one pair 5 l" .. jm..., i market your tobacco away from home, year old work mules : ,'" """' , $375. one 6 year llUiSCUUCft, LI1C 3LUU.V UUIIUUCS Ul remember that your home is in Gar old mare mule for 205. and a 5 year Pullman car would prove too confining. rard county, their interests are your old harness horse for $160.; of J. H. Such was the early life of Dr. J. J, interests. Remember that when you Baughman Stanford, two 5 year old Pursley, "Dakota Jack" our local want money, it is to your home banks mare mule for $440.; of R. L. Hubble herbalist, and when he first contemplated and your home people you go to for one 5 year old mare mule for $210.; of a southern trip his thoughts naturally you want credit or accommoda- J. L. Francis one 5 year old harness turned to the faithful broncho who had tion, it is to your home merchant and .' horse for $120. of J. B. Leavell one 5 three times covered with him the great your home people.you go to for it. They year old harness horse $150. one cotton distance from the southern confines of have carried and accommodated you mule for $150., and of a Danville party Texas to the extreme northern border when you did not have a tobacco crop one harness horse for $160. of Wyoming, but in view of the immense to place on the market. Then rememamount of his stock in trade which he ber that your home bank wants ycur Judge Puryear Making Splendid Impressisa. would necessarily be compelled to take deposit, your home merchant wants with him on h's southern tour, he was your trade; and It did not take Judge E. V. Puryear above all remember compelled to discard the idea of making the splendid inducements you are offer- long to demonstrate to the Garrard the trip on horseback. He adopted as ed in the way of bargains at home. county bar and the public in general the next best expedient the idea of Then put your check in your pocket, that he had in him the making of a driving through in a vehicle, and bring home it and deposit in your own splendid Commonwealth's attorney, and procuring a buck board and two bank and make your purchases in your that he proposed to conduct the affairs acthoroughly season ad bronchos, home county where lies all your inter- of that office to the entire satisfaction companied by his musician Mr. Bailey of evervone and to the advantage of the ests. Briscoe, and with a goodly supply of Commonwealth which he represents. his wares securely fastened to the rear He took up the reins of his duties like Cotton. of his vehicle, Dr. Pursley took his After a long and painful illness, Mr. an old timer, and went through the depatture for the land of sunshine and routine of his duties as if he had been flowers, there to remain until the warm John Cotton died last night at the to them all his life. He Hospital. For several years Mr. accustomed breezes of Spring again warms the has made several extemporaneous earth of his dearly beloved native state Cotton has suffered from kidney trou- speeches during the present term of ble. During the past month his Kentucky. court which have won the plaudits of Dr. Purslev's obiective noint was strength rapidly left him, and the end all who heard them, and much favorable Atlanta Ga. and by the devious route was not unexpected. Air. Cotton was comment has been heard, both as to which he will of a necessity be compelled a natlve of Boyle count and has ,onK his qualifications as an officer and as a to take, he will travel near a thousand i ueen a Prominent anu nigniy respecteu gentleman. miles before reaching there. Before citizen. He is survived by his wife, The Senatorial Fight. his return he expects to visit besides who was a Miss Walker, of Garrard county- - Also by two daughters-M- rs. Georgia, Florida and North Carolina, and E(L Collier' of MemP"s, and Miss An The fight as to who snail wear the to introduce his remedies in the leading) uotton was a Drotner senatorial toga of William 0. Bradley towns and cities of these states. He nie uoiton. air. of Mrs. George Banzhaf. Mrs. Joe after the expiration of his term Drom- Will ue joineu uy iura. iruraiey auuii i after the first of the year and she will Crowder and Mrs. Cowherd, of St. ises to be a warm one, and the indica remain with him until his return to Lan- Louis. He was a member of the First tions are now that there will be a full J. caster in the Spring. Dr. Pursley 's Presbyterian church and an honorable, field and no favorites. unique manner of vending his wares, upright citizen highly thought of by all C. W. Beckham has alreadv announced. his open air concerts and the interesting who knew him. He was sixty years of while it is almost a certainty thatHon. lectures which he gives attract him a age. The funeral services will be held Owsley Stanley and Congressman Dave crowd wherever he goes, and he asks tomorrow afternoon, at two o'clock by famuh will have a trv for the Dlace. and the "Sage of but a trial of his remedies, for once Dr. E. M. Green, followed byinterment while tried they readily prove their efficency at Bellevue cemetery. Danville Mes- Woodford", Hon. J. C. S. Blackburn, are spoken of a3 probable candidates. and attract him many other customers, senSer Mr. Cotton was well known and had However it is exceedingly doubtful if and his second visit to a town is always innumerable frirnds in this county, either of the latter two named gentle hailed with delight. and having married a sister of Mesdames men will offer for the place. Dr. Pursley is a clever gentlaman w- - Sey and B. F. Hudson. A Messrs Beckham, Stanley and Smith he holds the respect of every citizen of f number of PeoP,e from this Place each have a strong following and the this his adonted countv. and evervone is ready no endorse any statment he may attended his funeral in Danville on last race between these three would indeed Saturday afternoon. be a pretty one. make, ! I . at 2 o, clock Tuesday after- "oa mf Da-i-vill- e or Gov-McCrea- ry ! ?' .e t - (fe. 2 zftSi&M term A retfffi BIJCA H. T. LOG AM STORE, Lancaster, Ky. SATURDAY DECEMBER 7th, at 9 a. THj! . Now is the time. Act at once when the Bargain Floodgates open SATURDAY, DECEMBER 7th, at given away free. Read opposite 9 a. m. Everything goes for what ever it will bring. We are not bound by former costs or selling prize notice. price. The Greatest, Biggest, Broadest, Grandest, Most Uuparalled, Liberal, Legitimate and Far Reaching Merchandising Event that has ever occured in Kentucky. Remember this is not an ordinary Bargain Sale. It is not a disolution, it is not a fake of any sort, it is just a case of entire Thousands upon Thousands of Dollars to much Merchandise and not enough money. It is just a real old fashioned honest, straight out selling of Winter Goods at prices far below actual value. Something must be done and done quickly. High-Grad- e lI Merchandise, consisting of wort apparel for Men, Women and Children, Clothing, C Shoes, Ladie's and Men's Suits, Overcoats, Shoes, Men Furnishing Goods, Etc., Etc. All New-cleaand fresh from the worlds largest and best known mills and factories to be sold for what they bring. This is a bargain event that will surpass anything ever FREE FUEE attempted in the value giving line in Garrard County. Save FREE FREE $15.00 Ladies Suit, opening Five pairs of Shoes free, openthis and wait for Kentucky's Greatest Sale. Magnificent Barhour, Saturday, Dec 7th. ing day at 9 a. m. 100 tickets gains. Thousands of surprises. Read on, read every line, $15.00 Ladies Suit given given away free to the first 100 the solutely then wait for the 20th centurys most remarkable and and who gets free to the first Women building inside people inside opening minute. 5 SALE, It will be characterized by enough thrilstupendous ening minute. No clerks or any numbers of which contain numone connected with the store ling, sensational selling for a hundred Sales. Don't hesitate. ber to draw a pair of Shoes Also 5 pair of Shoes cluded. 4 J O-VVyX-Ji- 3 "" C ng f f e wear-jQillLabop- n ab- in- solutely free. No buying necessary, come with the rush. Look Where You Sale Opens H. Will. Read Your eyes, your mind and your feet should turn towards this store, for so apparent will be the great money saving benefits of this extraordinary sale event that it will pay you to invesiigate our statement, which will prove to you that this is no fairy tale, but actual facts. We advise you to bring this with you and get everything just as advertised. What You Please. STORE CLOSED To all the world Wednesday , LANCASTER, KY. You Must And Will Be Here To Get Your Share. Nothing Like It Will Occur Again. , Money Saving Means Anything to you Read this and Profit. Satur ay,Dec7th,at9am The Callahan Sale Co., of Atlanta, Ga. in charge. And continues for 13 days only. T. LOGAN STO Thursday and Friday, Dec. 4th, 5th and 6th. No goods sold, no one admitted until the opening, Saturday.Dec 7 Read below a few of the prices taken at random. They will convey to you some idea of how this Elegant Stock will be sold. Nothing Like This Ever Before Offered Men's regular $10. suits TO $1.98 The Dandy Public. regular $5.00 One lot of regular $2.00 Shoes, closing them out on sale here A line of dandy $10. Overcoats closing out price Men's regular $2.50 pants sale price only One lot of high top shoes for Boys'. School Shoes at I Boys 50c Knee Pants, closing out for A regular $4.00 Youth's Suits closing out $2.98 $3.48. 98c. Shoes offered on sale Half Price 18c. $2.98 98c sale Men's regular $15. Suits, Men's Cotton Fleeced lined Underwear will be on sale closing out sale here for $10. 1 All 1 1 1 1 1 four-in-hand For Ten Dollars. .$2.98 . 3.49 . . . . . $10, .91 u 0 CO Men's regular $3.00 Hats Men's Fine Hose for Sunday wear regular value 15c we are clcsing them out on $4.98 38c. O CD Ladies' all Wool Suits in Regular $4.00 values in assorted colors, sizes beauMen's Pants will be on tiful styles, absolutely sale at worth $15.U0 will be put on sale at $1.38 Sweaters Coats, Men's large checked red regular 75c values closing and blue Hankerchief on them out at sale at Men's O 1 1 1 $8.95 O O Fine dark Suit, value $10.00, for Fine Cravenett Rain Coat, value $10.00, for Hat. black or brown, value S2., for Pair Shoes, value $2., for Tie value 50c, for Fine Pair Suspenders, value 50c, for Fine Dress Shirt, value $1.50, for Pair Fine Hose for Sunday wear, value 50c, for. Pair Garters, value 5oc, for on sale here .98 .19 .18 .99 o Q 7c Men's Work Gloves regular 35c Gloves 19c. Regular 75c Gloves $1.48 e . . .19 .19 H u 39c Ladies' high grade $20.00 suits, a beautiful bargain. They will go quickly as we offer this lot. Take your choice at CAN YOU BEAT IT? Total $10.00 Men's regular 15c penders on sale at Sus- 38c. 3c. TOMORROW SATURDAY. One big lot of Shoes, $2, and $3.00 values on sale at Big line of Men's cotton Socks at One big lot of Men's and Boys' Caps on sale at Men's Neck Ties regular 35c values for 19c. ReguMen's and Womens large lar 75c. values for 10c white Handkerchief on $12.95 38c out sale here for Men's regular 50c Sus- Boys' 75c. Knee Pants Closing the 81.50 3c penders on sale at closing out for Men's Sweaters for only 18c. 37c. 98c. 3c. 19c so-call- 8c. ed 89c Men's 35c. Hose on sale for 18c "One-Ha- lf Off Sales," "331-- 3 Off Sales," this most Genuine Slaughter Sale of High Grade Clothing with the This will be the greatest Clothing Sale that was ever attempted anywhere, or any old sales where the savings are merely postage stamps. and its genuineness is backed up by H. T. Logan's reputation of honest and fair dealing. Do not compare f 'i No Idle Talk Gigantic But a Bona-Fid- e Sale which includes every Ln H. T. LOGAN atU Kentucky. The Big Sale Opens Saturday, Dec. 7th For 13 days only. One forethought is worth a thousand re- article in stock. - fiTJS- - grets; therefore this sale Look for the Big Red Sign. Read Name Before You Enter. Railroad fare refunded to all purchasers of $15.00 or more for a radious of 25 miles. Get a receipt from ticket agent and fare will be refunded you. round-tri- p Should receive your instant at- V Wanted at once, 15 sales people. Apply to Manager in charge. tention. Sales PeopIeWanted --- j ' "j r JS & OOQOOO 04000000 ooooo I ooi WHITE G RL'S WAY Kit Landers' 3OO0OO004 OCOOOOOO 00 oici fl. J. TINSLEY, PHONE 329-- J. Methods Differed From Those of Her Red Sisters. By IZOLA County Surveyor. OBIcc over KO FORRESTER. Hurt s furniture store. Lancaster. vO Kentucky. MoeOO I eeee9OC0 OO0 OQXrCr0 cm T PI E.iniJjnrn Financial Loss by Tuberculosis. Based on figures of population and mortality furnished by the United States bureau of the census, it is estimated by the National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis that not less than 100,000 now in school in the United States will die of tuberculosis before they are eighteen years or age, or that about 7,000 of these children die annually from this one disease. Estimating that on an average each child who dies from tuberculosis has had six years schooling, the aggregate loss to this country In wasted education each year amounts to well over $1,000,-00feet. ThiB loss and much of the inciLANCASTER, KY. She did not look behind at him, nor dent suffering could be materially deOffice Phone 6. Residence Phone 220 wave goodby, as the line of ponies creased If open air schools or classes took the up trail towards the pines for these children and those who are that fringed the rough sandstone sickly and anaemic were provided. buttes. Miss Harriman was near her, The National Association estimates and Kit's lips shut in a firm line as that there should be one such school She listened to her. for every 25,000 population, especially "It seems so strange to meet a in cities. AH "Work Guaranteed. fcpiendid fellow like Dave Kitteridge way out her in the wilds. You know Eating Dead Horse. Lick, Kentucky. he does not seem to belong someway. An extraordinary scene took place la he a westerner?" the other day, according to The Kit pointed south. "Born right in the little village of Maerz-dorover yonder at the next ranch." in Silesia, where food scarcity is "Really. Where was he educated?" at its worst. A local carrier was on j "Same place. I was Broken Arrow his way to the station when his old district, eleven miles from here. Dave horse fell dead in the shafts. The and I used to ride it." animal was dragged aside on to the "Yes, Uo told me you were just like common, skinned and preparation a dear little eister to him." Kit's made to burn the carcase. But beOffice over Hurt A Anderson's. hand gripped the reins, and Quita re- fore the carrier and his man could finbelled for a moment at the tension. ish these preparations a number of la"But no college training?" borers arrived and with "We went up to Sundance first for proceeded to strip from the bones evrial School. the high school course, and then down ery atom that could be considered edito Laramie to the state college." ble. Long before the local police had Admittedly one of the very best schools "Together?" time to intervene the horse meat was "Yep. always together, just like and the laborers gone in the State. Five Schools in one. brother and sister," retorted Kit, all distributed with their booty. Berlin Dispatch tQ calmly. "Are you taking a personal London News. High School, Normal School, Graded School interest in Dave, Miss Harriman?" Rosemary's lips curved in a little School of Music, Commercial School. Why Not? smile. "I don't know for sure. He's "Madam, you wear too much false London, Ky. such a splendid big boy, and I love hair. It injures the nerve centers and J. C. LEWIS, Prin. your west." fatigues the blood cells of the brain." "Would you love it winters? Would "Young woman, what do you mean you love it when it was bleak and such dreary and you didn't always know by"Holty, impertinence?" tolty, now. I'm the whether there would be any tomor- inspector for the Idle rich." welfare row? Because that's half of life up here, the cold and bleakness and hard Big Fan. times. And it's half of Dave's life, A small boy from Chicago who was too. The woman who cares for him to the country by the United i Buy a Farm, enough to marry him mustn't mind sent IF YOU WANT TO- - Sell a Farm, Charities and who had never seen a Sell at Auction the hard knocks, too." windmill before exclaimed: "Perhaps he would like to go "Say, mister! That's some electric I will give you prices on He talks that way when I have east told fan you've got out there cooling the him shout all the chances there."-. 50 Choice Farms. Argonaut right?" U. W. Morrow, Graduate Opticiat ter Whereupon Kit acted precipitately Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. and without any sense of humor. Straight across the face she struck him with the full force of her palm, Oakdale Herd Of and it was a strong, tanned little hand that delivered the blow. Miss Harriman gave an involuntary gasp as she saw it descend, and one of the other men laughed. But Dave had not workRoyal blood and splendid individuality. ed on the Landers ranch for two A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. years without becoming fairly well the ways of Miss Landers. J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Ky versed in even noticed the swift little He never slap, but took hold of the bridle, and turned Brimstone away from her. And Kit stood with clenched flsts as he calmly unbuckled the bridle straps, sent the pony back to the end of the corral, and saddled up Quita, a safe little bronco with a snub nose Offiice over Logan's store. and steady eye. Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6 Very courteous he was to her, with an understanding touch of tolerant kindness, as of one who knew her well, but Kit watched him from under INI. long lashes when he helped Rosemary Hairiman into her saddle, and she could have udden them both down Physician and Surgeon. under Brimstone's stamping, dancing "They want to see the Bottomless" Pool. Kit." said her father, casuaHy.. "Saddle up. I'm too busy to go along." "Wish they were all in it this minute." Kit retorted pleasantly, squaring her feet in the low doorway. "I won't go, dad. Send Dave." Landers turned around to look at her face. "You cut out that jealous LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. streak, girl, and go saddle up. Now, don't stop to talk, 'cause I've got eyes. Will Practice in all State Courts anc Dave's been banjoing and skyoodling around the little blonde, and you've U. S. District Court. balking over it. Don't let her Office over Police Court. Phone 194 startedyou give a rap, Kit." know "I don't," Kit said, slowly. "I don't care what he does, only I don't want to be around at her beck and call." She went swinging down to the cor(Successor to Dr. It. L. Pontius.) ral, chin up, full of plain fight, and the old rancher chuckled. When Kit showed fight, even the wolf dogs around the place slunk down behind the wagon sheds. Miss Harriman was standing by Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. Dave, laughing at some remark of his -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky as he cinched up her saddle straps. Kit's eyes gazed serenely by them both. Her faithful old corduroy skirt was certainly worn and seedy beside the new khaki riding outfit of the eastern girl. Her brown hair was bound Who So Ever about her head in two wide bands, Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT topped by an old broad brimmed felt and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. hat she loved. She whistled to her own pony, and went to get her saddle The Old Reliable Barber. and bridle from the pegs. And Dave followed her. HENRY DUNCAN "I don't want you to take this trip with them. Kit! Miss Harriman says it's too dangerous for a girl to act as Office Hours Oflice oer guide." 1 p.m. to 4. A.m to 12. Stormes Drugstore "Does she?" Kit's tone was cheerful and even. She slipped the bridle up 3J1. over Brimstone's eager nose. "Well, I'm going just the same. If Miss DENTIST. afraid, she can stay behind Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. with you and dad." Dave side"I'm going along." stepped as the pony lifted one hind leg and kicked back. "I wouldn't take Brimstone, Kit." "Say, Dave Kitteridge, are you trying to boss me?" She lifted a flushed face to his, but Dave smiled back. "You need it. Anybody got a bet- of QUALITY. IU?9010 Kit watched the preparations down They could go as far as they liked. She flatly refused to act as guide for any lot of After four tenderfoot easterners. veeks cf watching them ramble all over the landscape, she felt there was at the corral warily. a limit. LWare McRoberts. J. E. Robinson, Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. COME! COME! Will. 73. "Walter. Har-riman- 's YOU TAKE NO RISK Bo You Own A Hyomei ?i3&ISFM&&3TJB "Perhap3 he would. One thing you can be sure of, Miss Harrimun, any- Our Reputation and Money is Back of Inhaler For Catarrh? B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Preat. thing Dave really wants to do, he'll Then you ought to know that druggists This Offer. do. I mean without extra coaxing ORGANIZED 1883. everywhere will furnioh you with a "You think I've coaxed him?" smilWe pny for all the medicine used bottle of Booth's HYOMEI ed Rosemary, mischievously. for only 50c. "Coaxed him? You've been trying during the trial, if our remedy fails to Pour a few drops of HYOMEI into the to rope him ever since you landed completely relieve you of constipation. inhaler and start this very day to uieathe OF LANCASTER, KY. here. But 1 don't want to talk about Wo take all the lisk. You are not ob the soothing, vapor md destroy it, please." ligated to us in any way whatever, if the Catarrh germs. CAPITAL Sso.ooo. SURPLUS $35,000. There came the thud of hoofs on you accept our offer. Could anything With eveiy package of HYOMEI the ground behind, and Dave pulled be more fair for you? Is there any W F. CHAMP, Cashier. 'w up short, his pony's neck wet and reason why you should hesitate to put omes a little booklet which explains irothy. i.s to end tiie inioery of how wiii it W. O. RlGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., C "J'ist thought I'd come along," he our claims tu actual test? ,t rpi ... t "- - . .J The most scientific, common sense T.l",,u'V"Ui'' said. Kit knew he doubted her abilI'eauiess causeu uy aiarrn. ity as guide. Did he think she would treatment ia Rexall Orderlies ivhtoh ' ,., But best of all R. L AlcRoberts & Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. ,:,.... rP. deliberately injure or endanger the 1S :iutll"-- ' refund your money life of this girl whom he seemed to nmnnnnPPfl. n tp nl n!mm . ... ...... . .. ... ,1 WIUH 11 uu jusl ...i.... :.. r a i care for? Almost recklessly she rode tion. and particularly agreeable in ;r nvnvr.'i uiii.-ait niv.ut.1 .1 J. S. Johnson. II. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker. T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibba ahead of them, leading the way up every way. They do not cause diarrh- advertised to do. If you haven't the 'a Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. the rocky climb, and out along the oea, nausa. flatulence, griping or any HYOMEI inhaler ask for the complete broad plateau towards Bottomless Rexall Or- outfit. $1.00. Pool. It was an old Indian haunt, the inconvenience whatever. strange, dark pool of black water in derlies are particularly trood for child- Quick Businsss Transaction ,.,ro,i ..,i ,w;r.o.. nno the heart of the upland forest. Rocks " ,llle ft ,l0Ck f tlieeP WilS being W nrm. vn., t frv l?ov.,ll Or.WHnJ every side. The surrounded it on birds and animals would not drink at our risk. 1 wo sizes, 10c. and, 2oc. driven along the Glasgow and Carlisle road, near the town of Lockerbie, rethere, even the flowers and ferns 7 Remember you can get Rexall Itemed.- iMrSdMuliljr4vXX0:(A(S(:IIM to grow about it. The legend es in this community only at our store pcotiand, the other day. a motor ran fused Into it, killing three. The motorist at said it had no bottom. The Rexall Store. R. E. AlcRoberts once drew up, inquired as to the cost "Somebody died here, of course, & Son. of the &hep, paid for them, bade the didn't they?" asked Rosemary, when shepherd "Good-day.and went on his they all stood around the pool. She way, the whole affair being the work Heatir.p, Churches by Electricity. over, dropping bits of rock leaned Owing to the large amount of wa- - of a few minutes. below. The ponies stood together. erpower in Switzerland electricity can Kit holding their bridles. Dave took taeef &) H S en SBSt I be applied to a good advantage and a her place. low cost, for heating buildings, and it "Miss Landers knows the story," he is stated that it is also being used said. "You tell them, Kit." Heat"An Indian girl pushed her sister in a number of instances for the ing of churches. Anions these are down there and jumped after her," Schwell-brunKit told them briefly, curtly. "They the churches of Walfhaulen, Arosa, Sils Brugg, Aengst and -both loved the same brave." others. "Which one did he love?" asked Rosemary, dreamily. She was bending far over the rock staring down at AT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. the still pool. There came a curious Rids You Of Indigestion Or grinding noise, and tearing of roots, Your Money Back. S plenty of floor space, 608 feet by 120 feet. and rending of branches, and the R. E. AlcRoberts & Son is authorized great rock gave way, carrying her 212 acres on pike midway Plenty of shea room for wagons. Box stalls down with it. Almost before her body to refund your money if you take had struck the water, and gone under, Stomach Tablets for between Lancaster and Dan for your horses, All modern conveniences, Kit went after her. indigestion or any stomach distress 01 Dave caught the cries and shouts. misery and are dissatisfied with the ville, excellent house and 3 Highest price for your tobacco. One of the men stumbled towards results. tenant houses, large barn, him, and blurted out the facts. The And this same guarantee also applie westerner threw him the bridle ends, bearing orchard. to any condition caused by out of orue. and ran, his lariat ready for use. As stomach such as Sallow Skin, Pimpie.-- , Kit's face rose to the surface, she 105 acres une-hamile from pike phook her wet hair like a terrier, and Headache, Nervousness, Dizziness ,l (50 acres in clover.) Will Sell on Sleeplessness, Despondencp, etc. took in a deep breath. :r both at ijht price, write got her, Dave," she called up. "I've Gome to see us. So why should you suffer longer fron 5 "Throw the rope." an unclean Stomach when you can tri Rosemary was unconscious. Kit MI-- 0 NA Stomach Tablets, thepresrip-tio- n slipped the rope around her armpits, of a specialist on his liberal m and balanced her as Dave drew her up. Lancaster, Ky. up, my boots are heavy," benefit no pay plan. "Hurry A large box for 50 cents at R. E. To sell now 7 Duroc Gilts ready for fhe said. Dave handed the rope to the other men to haul on and went AlcRoberts & Son and pharmacists; bieedmg. down over the rocks like a sure footed America over. i "We Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- r. I r,t..u " I '" ',. i". I l- - -. n ,...-.- 1. i I ''0&te3 ! " COMPANY. n, FOR ifg 4 HP TGI f Warehouse MI-O-N- A stc, First Sale Tuesday, 19th, 1912. Nov., lf James H. Otter, J. D. CLARK, Manager r, t i J goat. "Swim here, girl." he called to her. Kit obeyed. Her heavy skirt was dragging her down, but elie went for ward overhand, and he caught her wrists, and drew her up out of the pool they called bottomless. Just for a minute he held her before the others reached him, held her in his arms, his face pressed close to Registered Ourocs hers. "What did you jump in for, girl "When you dear"'" he whispered. Parisian Sage Stops Dandknew what you were to me." white, Dave," she "Because we're ruff And Hair Loss. said, smiling back at him. "And I thought you cared for her." This Great Hair Tonic, Grower And (Copyright, 1912. bv the McClure paper Syndicate ) Not Entirely Biblical. When the Bible was translated into Japanese an equivalent to the word "baptize" could not bo found, and the word "soak" had to be used instead. So that Japanese biblical students are acquainted with a person named "John the Soaker" an-- with a doctrine of "soaking for remission of sins." 4 5fga53S'gSli-!S- U A. P, Barnard, Pres. J. AI. Gentry, Vice-Pre- s. Luther Stivers, Sales Algr. R. L. Baker, Sec-Trea- s. Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. IXUMU'OUATKD. 4 Auctioneers: J. C. ROBERTS, J. N. GIBBONS. EARLE BASS and BROTHER. Luther Stivers In A Class By Himself Sales-Manag- er and booster for the following houses: MANAGERS. A. P. Barnard, J. W. Rodes, Land Bros., J. N. Gibbons. Luther Stivers & Bro. News- WAREHOUSES. Beaulifier Now Sold AH Over America. BR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. chil-.dre- n W. ELLIOTT, The Giroux Manufacturing Company of Buffalo, N. Y., American makers of PARISIAN sage,have authorised R. E. AlcRoberts & Son to refund the price to any purchaser if PARISIAN Sage does not banish dandruff, stop falling and sphting hair and scalp itch. But PARISAN Sage will do more. It will promote a new growth of hair if the hair root is no! already dead, vv.d will preserve the natural color of the hair It puts the radiance of sunshine into the hnir and makes it beautiful and good to look upon. Women who use 50 Sherburne, Lexington, Stivers, Central Ky. Growers, Baker & Scott. J. M. Gentry, E. B. Hawkins. Floor Space 3,000,000. Open day and night. Stable Room for 1,000 Horses. Shed room for 1,000 lqads 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 better control the sale as to time and price. 0. it once throw aside all others at all dealers. cents BOTH 'PHONES 964. LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. SO, 1912 The continued dry. harsh weather caused the offerings of tobacco on our market this week to be very small, only 106,995 pounds being sold with about the same range of prices prevailing as during the opening week. All of the manufacturers and other buyers were taking some of the tobacco and seen.ed eager to make purchases, but, on account of the small sales, none of them were getting hardly enough tobacco to We feel as soon as a good handling season prevails the buyers will take open and start their plants. the tobacco more freely and probably at some better prices. The Export Tobacco Company, who are large manufacturers and buyers for foreign trade, made their appearance during the week on our market aid were very free bidders and purchasers, and this Company's representation on the Lexington market will certainly prove a big benefit to this market and enable the sellers who patronize only the Lexington market to realize better prices for their crops than those who patronize some of the small markets where only a few of the manufacturers are represented. It behooves the grower of tobacco to offer his tobacco for sale on the market that ha3 the most extensive representation of all of the buying trade throughout the world, and on account of the particular location of Lexington, being in the heart of the Burley district, the manufacturers throughout the world have settled on Lexington as the one place that are represented. . H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, Paint ii-i-t- f. What Puzzled Kim. "What are you puzzling about?" 'I'm writing a sketch for vaudeville on the current political situation." "Well, you ought to have plenty of good stuff to put in." "That Isn't what puzzles me. I've got so much good stuff I don't know what to leave out." Foils A Foul Plot. Vor-waert- s, f, Al. K. Denny, DENTIST When a shameful plot exists between liver and bowels to cause distress by refusing to act, take Dr. King's New Life Pills, and end such abuse of your system. They gently compel right action of stomach, liver and b wels. and restore your health and all good feelings. 25c. at R. E. AlcRoberts & Sor. LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. (Incorporated) JJsSS jack-knive- s BE Tour Tobacco To THRAPrfl w s iinfli.i.BB Real Estate rock-bottom and Auctioneer. w hoes." See Me or Touch the live Wire. Residence Phone 66. Stanford Street. Business Phone 211. W. T. KING, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. W. O. Rigney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. i Direct Buyers. No jSJjgjSllfjiHi No Auction Sales. Commission To Pay. We Buy Your Tobacco at Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. - Lancaster, Ky. v!'V5"S (& m "C83W3KKe8K9SC9K85 c3S$033kj3SSsSh is sassaagoaaaai JUDGE FOR YOURSELF Better-T- ry Could Shout For Joy. Housekeeping Is Not the Task It Used to Be invention has done away of the hard work. For instance, the cleaning and polishing of hardwood floors, the dusting of moldings, the toos of hicrh furniture the stairs, under the radiator, etc. These tasks are now made easy with the MODERN back-breaki- ng iVfe. 2F 8.W V t ii K? & . R II l eoarM r Polish K ' hard-to-iret-- at . m With it you pan dust, clean and polish a hardwood floor in the time it formerly qpk you to get ready to do it. Besides, you do not have to get down pn yqur hands and. knees to dust places, or under the bed or other stand on a chair to dust he op pf the high ujnjfu're. AH of e hard vork is now madp easy wW the OrCedar Pfllish lfa"p. It gathers a. all (be figs? pr dir; ron eieprwhefe anfl lipids' it. Tii- - mop easily fltanrd px T45liinV and lien "tencsri py'rauqnf en Pe!?sfe' frefci9!P-Ce!i- f (to find It roney. Tie price fc'pnly J1.5Q and it will tare its price many tlaei ore; In a fiiosf time. Our Ty It fttlatljfactoryJvlSK itili vdcfjundim:returnIf your you In every lesprct we will pot Hurt A J & Anderson Pf tt f 'P r ?Jj5 J x t J K K K K a- - K relatives at Harrodsbuig. Miss Margarett Sparks and daughter, NI'ONU. Mrs. Edwin Rogers of Nicholasville are visiting Mrs. J. W. Glass. Hog killing is all the go. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Farlie who have Corn gathering is about over. been living m Jessamine for the last Mrs. Ella Onstott is on the sick list. year have returned and are now with Mr and Mrs Sim Cobb, are visiting Mr. J. W. Farlie and family. Mrs Mary Fain. Mrs. Erank Campbell and daughter, W Alfer fain sold to Dr. Gilbert some Evelyn, of Louisville, spent the fat hogs at 7 cents. Thanksgiving holidays with her sister Mr. Joe Turner sold to Jess Sanders Mrs. J. C. Williams. a cow for thirty dollars. Miss Thora Trueblood who was with Miss Mary Clouse is the week end Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess again this season as trimmer returned to her home guest of Mrs. Smith Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Duncan are visit- in Ind., Wednesday. She has numerous friends here who regretted very much ing relatives and friends in B,oyle. Messrs. Harry and Eugene Folger to aeo her leave. Miss Pattio Belle Burke was the are visiting their grandparents Mr. and guest of Miss Edna Berkele at HamilMrs. 0. M. Moberly. ton college, Lexincton for the Thanksgiving holidays, sh,e went over WedFOR FALLING HAIR nesday an J saw 'Maud Adams" in "Peter Pan" that evening. You Run No Risk When You Ue Tpis Mrs. Eliza H. Ballard, Miss Mayme Lee Ballard, and Mr. and Mrs. J. n Ballard were in Lexington to see Vp promise you that, if your hair is "Maude Adams" in "Peter Pan" last falling out and you have not let it go Wednesday. They ren ained until after too far, you can repair the damage already done by using Rexall "93" Hair Thanksgiving as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woolfork and family. Tonic, with persistency and regularity, for a reasonable length of time. It is J. W. Burton, the attractive little a scientific, cleansing, antiseptic,, germ- son of Mr. and. Mrs. R. I. Burton who icidal preparation, that; destroys micro- was so seriously ill with dyptheria, is bes, stimulates good, circulation around now very much improved and his rethe hair root,s, promotes hair nourish- covery is now assured. The entire ment, removes dandruff and aets to re- community was very much alarmed store hair health. It is as pleasant to over Lis condition as he is on? o.f the use as pure water, and is delicately brightest and moqt or.u,ar children in perfumed. It Is u real toilet necessity. the neighbov'nco'J, Miss Darnell the We want you to try Rexall "93" nurse ws dismissed monday. Hair Tonic with our promise $iat it will cost you nothing 'unless you are perfectly satisfied with its use. It i'omes in two sixes, prices 50c. and $1. 00. Remember, you can obtain Rexall Remedies in this community onlv at our store The Rexall Store, l. E. lBAB&tUJFfl,aVll McRoberts & Sou, Ho-ga- to thank you from the bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, Profit by a Lancaster Citizen's of Lewisburg, W. Va., "for the wonderful double boneiit I got from Experience. Electric Bitters, in curing me of both a Something new is an experiment. severe case of stomach trouble and of Must be proved to be as represented. rheumatism, from which I had been an The statement of a manufacturer is almost helpless sufferer for ten yearj. not convincing proof of merit. It suited my case as though made just But the endorsement of friends is. forme." For dyspepsia, indigestion, Now supposing you had a bad back, jaundice, and to rid the system of kidney A lame, weak, or aching one, poisons that cause rheumatism, I lectric Would you experiment on it? Bitters have no superior. Try them. curYou will read of many Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. es. Only i0 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Endorsed by strangers from '.faraway Son. places. ISI.YANTNVlMiE It's different when the endorsement comes from home. Mr. Dan Kinir is snendimr several Easy to prove local testimony. days in Louisville. Read this cace: Margariet Robinson is visiting relaMrs. T. S. Elkin, Danville Pike, Lancaster, Ky., says; "I still consider tives at Harrodsburg. Doan's Kidney Pills the best remedy Mr. Ira Shearer has accepted a posifor anyone to use when having any- tion with Becker & Ballard. thing wrong with the kidneys and back. Mis Frances Tomlinson has been Doan's Kidney Pills are a safe remedy visiting relatives at Burgin. to take. All I said in 1908 recommendDr. B. C. Rose has baen spending ing Doan's Kidney Pills was correct." several days in Eastern Ky on business. For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. Mrs Mary Broaddus has been visitn Co., Buffalo, New r Mrs. B. C. York, sole agents for the United Sta- ing her nose. tes. Mr. Will Hopper of the bank of Remember the, name Doan's and Bryantsville, spent the week end with take no other, an Experiment or so-call- ed m "I want ONCE KEPT A DAIRY By KENNETH JONES. "Why are you so worn and inquired the little stenographer as she turned toward the bookkeeper and scrutinized him carefully before opening her desk for the day. "Did you ever keep a diary?" asked the bookkeeper by way of reply. "Oh, you poor man!" exclaimed the little stenographer, understanding. "Som one found It, of course." He nodded and Bighed. "Of course, I might try to comfort you by saying we all learn by experience and there's nothing that time doesn't heal and such things, but I won't. It's all just so much rubbish to the person you try to comfort. So I'll just admit that it's a perfectly awful scrape. I can see that some one has found It who oughtn't to know." "My kid brother," explained the weary-looking- ?" SISSWS!iSSil MW;&1M8 DAKOTA JACK'S ID HERBS CURES RHEUMrtTISW, p Stomach and Kidney Troubles. 45 Days Treatment for $1.00. Address Foster-Milbur- grand-daughte- " causes PAINT LICK. Dr. W. L. Cannon was in Lexington heartburn, last week. Mr. A. B. Estridge returned from Crab Orchard last Sunday. Mr. O. L. Arnold of Kirksville spent X 'HllltHIIIIIMII H-M--H" U iti ii iji A iti ifr ili iTi sli ili iji ! iji A j i Costumers - IN - Thanksgiving with friends here. Miss Lily Henry of Kjrksville visited MJss Emma R.urchell last week. M.rs. W. Dr Hamock has returned frpm several days stay in Louisville. Miss Mattie Woods qf Madison Institute spent Thanksgiving at home, Mrs. S. F. Hqghes of Lancaster was here last week to see her mother Mrs. Jas. Francis. Miss Flossie TrJbbie of Hayatsville was the guest of Mrs. H. Riddleburger from Friday till Sunday. Mesdames S. D. Cochran and V. A. nausea, impure blood, and. more trouble than many different kind? of diseases. The food you eat ferments in your stomach, and the poisons it founs are absorbed into your whole system, causing many distressing symptoms. At the first sign of indigestion, try i62 stomach, nervousness, sour and I'd forgotten It," began the bookkeeper, brightening up at the prospect of unburdening his mind and gaining sympathy. "I noticed for two or three days that Bill was grinning at me in a mysterious way and this morning he made known the secret. TTo fmimi It in an old coat pocket up in my closet I used the pocket as a hiding place, and haven't had that coat out In ages to go through the pockets. "You see," he went on, "I kept that diary when I had an awful case of undying love for a girl, and, of course, It's all about her. When I see her IE! coming now I make a bee line for the next corner and turn the other way. wny, i never even want to meet any one with her flrs name. But my present feelings didn't influence what I wrote In that diary not a bit! "When It happened I was ashamed of going with any girl and I kept It all a secret, telling the folks at home that I was going to be out with some of the fellows when I went to see her. And as the diary wasn't dated for I considered that unnecessary there's no proof that the whole thing Isn't of present standing! "BUI called me aside today and whispered audibly, so the whole family heard: 'Have you written in your diary this morning?' When I looked my surprise for, of course, the truth didn't dawn on mo for a secondhe laughed and pulled out the little red leather book! That brought It all back with lightning speed. Then he darted out of the door before 1 could get hold of him. "The family began to make inquiries. Soon 3111 DUt his head In at th window and said ho wanted to speak to me a minute. When f refused he called out: 'Oh, well, I'll just read a page from this little red book to amuse the family.' So h$ tregan to shout some silly trash, about Mildred. I rushed out h,UTr:dly to buy him off. "But h.9 wont be bought off. That is, iioi once for all. He demanded $1 this morning, because his roller skates need to be put into condition.. I've always thought 10 cents, iou much, for him, so you can tr,sgino that the dollar came hajd But he wouldn't part with tb,o booi, and although I begged him all morning until I left to give It to me he simply thought up schemes for levying blackmail, "I don't, dare thrash him and take away the book, Because he's quoted sq much of it from memory that I know he's got U all by heart, and he'd repeat it with interest if given half a chance. If he did, of course, I couldn't disprove It, without showing the orle. bookkeeper, laconically. "What! As bad as that?" exclalm-e- d the little stenographer, horrified. "It's one I kept quite a while ago JACK Or call on J. PURSLEY LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. STORMES, orR.E. McROB- ERTS & SON, Lancaster, Ky. J. E. liirljiMiiiiiiiiiii iniMiMliHil THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCA5TER. Capitol $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Embry, Cashier. Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- r. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny. J. H. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Made First 40 Years Ago Been First Ever Since " That's the history and the record on which has been established the priceless reputation of Mastic Paint "The Kind That Lasts" Mastic Paint give a hard, glossy, durable finish impossible to secure with keg lead and oil. Won't crack. Deel. or chalk off. Ask our dealer in your town for book of suggestions and color chart. Manufactured by Peaslee-Gaulbe- rt wms3 iron ThPntnrfl q in the old, reliable, vegetable liver powder, to quickly cleanse your system from these undesirable poisons. Mrs. Riley Laramore, of Goodwater, Mo., says I suffered for years from dyspepsia and heartburn. Thedforcrs in small doses, cured my heartburn in a few days, and now 1 can eat without Try it. distress." Black-Draught, OAK OR MISSION Lear of Lancaster were guests of their sister Mrs. Walker Guyn, last week. Mr. W. F. Champ wife and children of Lancaster spent Thanksgiving with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jas Champ. Mr. J. R. Haselden of Lancaster was out Monday to superintend the work of having the furnace put in the school building. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logston and Miss Nettie Tredway attended the wedding of Mr. Logstons sister at Berea last SPBGIfU, " U25 Insist on Ihedford's any more style than a bag of potatoes, and oh, she's absolutely the limit! Bill would go and read the whole thing to her in a minute If he took the notion. I don't know how I'm going to exlBt! I'm totally in hl3 power, and it meaus ball games even when I have previous engagements! It means taking him along In the evenings If he wants to go! It means a thousand trials that will make death, a blessed thing to contemplate! "Why on earth do people make such fools of themselves? "What good did it do me to keep that horrible diary, anyway? I never read it over, and it makes me hot to think ol the good summer hours I wasted writing the stuff just to arrmje Bill!" "But why doai you let him do his worst?" asked the little stenographer. "i,'l only make Mildred know you did care once and she knows you don't now. And you don't care if your family knows that you've got over your foolishness!" "Yes," bitterly responded the book? keeper, "and Bill would hesitate only about Ave minutes before he'd take it " over to Grace, and, then "Oh!" The little stenographer shook her head. "Perhaps you'd better hurry and elope with Grace," she suggested as she began cleaning the keyH of h,er typewriter. Chicago Daily News, Stono Microbe, "And to think it was about Mildred! Why, she's putty-faceand has the disposition of a poodle, and she hasn't Co. Louisvillv, Ky. LirsewfflrE)l Iacenmc4 When I ask you to insure with me, I do not say, "Insure with me because I used to go to school with you" I do not say, "Insure with me, because we attend the same church." I do not say, "Insure with me, because cur party affiliations are the same." I do not say, "Insure with me, because I have the largest agency" But I do say, "Insure with me, because I can place your business with the oldest and most, liberal companies in the country at the same price you are paying for protection in an inferior company. Office Citizen National Bank. MY SELLING POINT. R. P. Frisbie, Lancaster, Kentucky. Thursday. Whil They L,ast le m B 11 our line of Christmas Pictures, 1111 1 ii 1 n fr$s3s3& 11 HURT & ANDERSON 41 II 111111111111111 IT 1111 fl' "" '' '' ' l,"tl ' Messes Margaret Anderson and Margaret Nolan returned home Sunday after several days visit to JViss Marirj The undersigned hereby give warnNolan who is atteing Conservatory of ing to all persons not to transpass upon inusic at Cincinnati. our lands for any purpose whatever as The many friends of Miss Louese we will prosecute all offenders to fulTerry are glad to know she is able to be lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and up after a spell of typhoid fever. Fishermen especially take notice. Her mirse MJ;s' Margaretta Smith left Jno M Farra Sqnire R Parsons Ed & N B Price for her home in Richmond last Friday. W S Ferguson W A Price E F Herring r S L Rich W S Embry Drives 0(f A Terror. Mrs P W KinnaJrd T A Elkin The chief executioner of death in the Dave Thompson J W Sweeney winter and spring months is pneumonia Z T Rice Jas Sutton Its advance agents are colds and gripv Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels In any attact by one of these maladies D B Anderson H C Arnold no time should be lost in taking the W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, best medicine obtainable to drive it off. L H Brown G Y Conn Countless thousands have found this to T W Conn J G Conn be Dr. King s New Discovery. '.'.My J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. husband believes it has kppt hini from Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett paving pneumonia tpreeqrfour times," C G Gay W K Leavell Writes Mrs. George W. Place, Rawson-Vi)l- E Dunn John Boian Vt.f 'and fpr coughs, coldB and E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath croup we have never found its equal. Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan Guaranteed for all bronchial affections. J. W. Simpson T. M. Arnold, Jr. Price 50 cts. and 51.00. Trial bottle J. H. Posey. S. C. Henderson. free at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Drug B. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw. Store. T. W. Bradshaw. R. L. Burton. e, l-- m POSTED Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according- to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Moo-n, The Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. the Thousands of Testimonials. SCIENCE SOFE, for the HuGreat Body-Ton- ic man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write COM-CEL-SAR, The decay of bollding stones, according to more than one authority, is not due to wind action or other surface influence, hut to internal disintegration resembling wood rot, and this is ascribed by some to a low organism llko the fungi and the molds that cause the decay of vegetable substances. A cure has been found for the stone disease, or at least a form of treatment that diminishes its ravages. The stones are treated with germicides. the best of which appears to be a mixture of sulphate of copper solution with bichloride of mercury and creosote. Harper's Weekly. CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N The Cowboy Her'oalist ORIGINATOR OF CHEYENNE REMEDIES 1N0IM SOfE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N & SCIENCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky Famous Stage Beauties look with horror on Skin Eruptions, Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They don't have them. For all such troubles use Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies the We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. face. Excellent for Eczema or Salt Rheum, it cures sore lips, chapped hands, chilblains; heals burns, cuts and Bruises. Unsurpassed for piles. 25$ at R. E. McRoberts & Son. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. u. Come To Louisville VISIT si Commissioner' s Commissioner's Sale of Land. Sale Of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. MATTER OF ADVICE Young Lawyer Secures an Inter- my shoe? out a "I It'a liko this." She thrust pump. could," he answered lmperturb-nbly-, "but 1 profor staying here until you're sure." Her anxiety suddenly patont-leathe- r Why Salves Can! Cure Eczema "l 1 . Turner Floyd's A' miniatrator, Plff. L. C. Bogie. Plaintiff, Sapinsky's Inaugural Sale Louisville's most magnificent Men's store throws open its doors for the first time on Saturday, December 7th. This store has been commented upon generally as the mostmagnificentmen's institution in the South. Expecting to be ready with our inaugural at least three months ago, and being delayed by causes beyond our control, we are now forced to an " immediate disjosal a the very inception to our at business. Rather than carry over any stock, we determined to give to the people of this vicinity, the most remarkable values in the clothing history of Kentucky. You will save much more than your car fare by visiting this great sale. "House-cleaning- $100,000 STOCK MUST BE TERMS: This'sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price due in six months bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid, having thj force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be reserved upon all the property sold until all of the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN, Commissioner Garrard CirMaster vs Defendants. Monroe Floyd, et al. judgement rendered Pursuant to a herein at the November Term, 1912, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction, before the court house door in Lancaster, Ky. , at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY DECEMBER 23, 1912, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, In Garrard County, Ky., on the head waters of Sugar Creek near Burdett's BeginKnob and bounded as follows: ning at a stone, corner to Cyrus Griffith; thence with his line due East 17 poles to a stone, corner to same; thence North 19 poles and 4 links to a stone, corner to Monroe Floyd; thence West 17 poles to another stone, corner to said Floyd; thence South 19 poles and 4 links to the beginning, containing 2 acres more or less. The said decedent got title to the said land by deed from J. C. B. Collier and Flora Collier dated 9th. day of September, 1893. and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's office in Deed Book No. 12 page 37. The purpose of this sale is to settle the estate of Turner Floyd and after paying debts, for distributions of the proceeds among the parties entitled to receive same, for all of which judgment has been endered in the above styled action. to-w- it: VS. H. W. Cornelius, et al, Defendants. Pursnant to a judgment rendered herein at the November, Term, 1912, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Kv.. at 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts on MONDAY DECEMBER 23, 1912, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, to- in Garrard Countv. Kv.. and being in two tracts which are described as follows: Beginning at three gums (now gone) and one dogwood on Camp Branch waters of Copper Creek, corner to stone; thence down said branch with the meanders S 50 W 60 poles S 57 W 26 poles S 36 W 36 poles to a maple and white oak in said branch a new corner to Fannie Walker; thence a new line with her N 36 W 120 poles to a white oak, another new corner to Fannie Walker: thence N 28 E 28 poles to a chestnut oak and hickory on a ridge; thence N 50 E 30 poles to a chestnut oak on said ridge; thence N 82 E 64 poles to a pine; thence a new line with McCormack's part S 25 E 68 poles to the beginning, containing 75 wit:-Located esting Case in an Unusual Manner. By JOANNA 8INGLE. cuit Court. H. C. Kauffman, Atty. SOLD QUICK. Commissioner' s Sale of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Ehas Leavell's Administrator, et al, SV Elias and Plaintiffs. Read What Yon Creditors, Heirs Defendants. Leavell's a judgment rendered Pursuant Get For The herein at the November Term, the undersigned auction, before the Court at Lancaster, Ky., at Honey. or thereabouts, to 1912, Commissioner will sell Take your unrestricted choice of every 10 and 12 men's suit and overcoat in the store. All brand new goods. Nothing old or shoppy, fl Q PZf at the late season price of H &-- ' The "Live Store" is to be known throughout this section of the country as "The home of Kuppenheimer Clothes"? in the inauguration of a new establishment where these fine garments were to receive their just recognition The House of Kuppenheimer did themselves proud in selecting extra fine modele for this sale. Accordingly here we show now at the 13.50 price, several hundred genuine Kuppenheimer-mad- e suits and overcoats in all the season's most fashionable fabrics, together with the best products of other highly regarded makers. Kuppenheimer Clothes have never been sold on earth before at such a price. We need not argue with you when we say that you may now have your selection of several hundred of these brand new garments, tailored for this Fall's trade, now priced regardless of profit, and with the sole idea of reducing this stock. All this lot is special at the "late- - OJ 1 Q season" price of S Of course, you know just as well as we do that we cannot sell you 30 or 40 clothes for 16 nobody can. Furthermore , as far as we are concerned, you can always trust us not to make an exaggerated statement. However, here are exactly 162 suits and overcoats from The House of Kuppenheimer market in this stock early in the Fall, to sell for 20. You will find practically every new model; all the highgrade fabrics. Shawl collar coats; great coats; belted-bac- k coats; two button English suits; double toned fabrics; all pure wool and guaranteed both by the maker and by us. While this one lot lasts, special at the rtj public 11 House door in on o'clock A. M. MONDAY DECEMBER 23, 1912. it being the first day of the Garrard to-wi- County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, t: In Garrard County, Ky., and is in two tracts, the first tract was conveyed to Elias Leavell by Susie Leavell by deed dated January 6, 1883, and recorded in Deed Book No 6, page 140, in the Garrard County Clerk s omce, and is bounded as follows: Begining at a stone on the line of the former Garrard County Poor House tract in the Buckeye precinct near two elms; thence with the line of said tract N 7J W 35 poles to a stake in the creek (Sugar) on the line of James Lear; thence with his line N 50 E down the creek bottom 28 poles to a stone near the creek on the South side; thence N 87 E 25J poles to an elm at the turn of the creek; thence S 24 J W 34. 4 poles to the beginning containing 5 acres and 15 poles. The second tract adjoins the aforesaid tract and across the creek from same West thereof and adjoins with the land of A. D. Ford, Mary Sanders and heirs of T. L. Sanders and is on Sugar creek and contains about 20 The purpose of this sale is to settle the estate of Elias Leavell and after Elwood Pierce lay at lull length on the fallen leaves under a great tree In the September woods and wondered whether, summer over, his law practice would not begin to pick up a bit. The season was dull, and he had bo little work that he would hardly have recognized a real case if he had met It on the street. The young man tousled his smooth hair with an Impatient hand, and decided that he would like to be counsel In a really Interesting case something that would make him sit up and take notice mentally. Unusually enough, his father and his grandfather had made the money question of secondary interest. What he wanted was to get on In his profession. in From the lake came laughter voices from which he had fled. Knowing his weakness and his determination not to be caught until he had "something really his own to offer her," he often fled In fact, he acres. Second Tract: Beginning at a stake was socially an unstable quantity, on the Laecaster and Mt. Vernon road, though for his very eluslveness greatbetween a Spanish oak on the same ly in demand. The latest was Mrs. side and a white oak pointer on the Wharton's note asking him to meet other side of said road; thence with her cousin Nancy from "down south" the road S 9J W 184 poles S 6 W 44 at a dinner. Therefore, to make good poles to a stake on said road; thence N his he was out of 86 W 4J poles to a stake corner to the town a few days at this country re old Campbell tract; thence down the sort. branch with line of said tract S 17i Suddenly through the languid noises E 37 poles S 51 E 24 poles S 35 E 26 poles to a stake on said branch; thence of the woods came a brisk, steady N 18 W 119 poles to a white oak; thence little patter, louder and clearer, and N 28 E 66 poles to an old white oak, all a great snapping of twigs. He sat up from the same oak on the cliff branch, and there flashed toward him a girl, corner to Fannie Walker; thence N rosy, panting, her rose- 351 E 16 poles to a white oak on the colored frock gathered up about her. North side and 4 feet from a drain or She rushed almost upon him, breath- hollow; thence a new line with the said Fannie Walker N 61 W 47 poles to the less anxiety in her face, and crushed beginning, containing 33 acres. Theie herself carefully behind his big tree has been sold off the above tract of before she saw him as he rose and land 10 acres heretofore to J. L. Har-rolat attention which leaves in said tract 23 acres. "Oh, hush!" she whispered, putting The purpose of this sale is to satisfy out a hand and drawing him toward a debt of L. C. Bogie amounting to her. "Do please lie flat or something day of sale, principal and interest, 141.40 and the estimated cost of the so we won't be seen!" There was real distress in her voice action 60.00. TERMS: Said sale will be made on and he obeyed promptly. The look of a credit of six months and the pur- her would have made a slave of anychaser will be required to execute bond thing masculine. She was breathing with approved security for the pur- hard, and he saw that she had lost chase price, due in six months, bearing one small pump and stood on the interest at the rate of six per cent per other foot to spare her pink silk annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment stocking and a tender sole. She clung upon which execution may issue, pay- to the tree In something like terror. "I'll look after you," he ventured able to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, in a low tone, lifting his head a bit and a lien will be reserved upon all the to look at her. She made a frantic property sold until the purchase money little gesture which flattened him out is paid. again. W. H. BROWN. "Oh hush!" she breathed again. "Ma ifl rnmlnp'" Rho Hroxir haraolP Master Commissioner G. C. C. together in a sort of little bunch, her R. L. Tomlinson, Att'y. eyes wide and blue, bluer than eyes have any business to be to go with Health Hint. black hair. Indeed Elwood heard a If you wish to preserve yourself In tremendous crackling, and In a mohealth and safety, avoid serious cares ment a shout, a clear call. and do not give way to passion. "Whoo-ee-ee!- " And then, "Where Latin Proverb. " are you? With his khaki clothes, tannish fair hair, and recumbency, Elwood was practically Aspen Best Wood for Matches. invisible at a distance, so he turned Aspen wood is used almost exclu- his head a bit and from his knoll saw sively in the manufacture of matches in the path below a square-set- , dark-eyeIn Sweden, as it 13 easily cut and determined looking man stridporous enough to be easily Impregnat- ing along, and calling at every third ed with sulphur or paraffin. stride, "Where are you, Annie?" The girl was motionless, save that she poked out the Not Worried In the Least. foot and gave Elwood's arm a furtive "I see your son is building an air- poke. Then she gave herself a little ship." "Yes. He has it nearly fin- trembling 3hake. ished." "Aren't you afraid to have him "If he'd only pass experiment with such a thing?" "Oh, pered. Her eagerness us!" shetowhisspread the no; not at all. I overheard him prom- young fellow on watch at her feet. ise to let your boy try the first flight "He'd better!" he muttered in a girl-voice, . ! tlipory of cur-- l troiiM,.; l.ut none that we can recom-ln- " Slnro the r' ' fc., kimo.1 tin mu li the i i I tl . f..r y,v- - Know tti.it lecr ' left her. u . by i nutlet ;.vi Kivni iiuu ui ..r ent v . uX. l. to theD.U.I), ,i ., ,.. Ve jn"Oh, he's gone now. He'd have to salves have been tl ad for mU i.a .c it a trial. 1 hat v..i: lie n IJut .nives bt;' nough to prove be to get that last train. Otherwise , only It liasthe pun-fouml that tlie.-uiul cannot intrute ' Of course all other drugsiots cIok he'd miss dinnor! He'd loBe his life to the Inner .vl.in In low tl vim' U.T'D 1 riser! M ion ko to them it har can t coue to i hut don't accent Home beforo he'd commit an unconventlon- - j where the eczema Ktrms arc lodfjwl. This the final! tv ol ality! He waim't perfectly sure he probably explains the tremr n.h.i.s sue- - bur pioi t von ome to our storo ve rut if nr saw me, anyway, I ran so fast when cess of the well known li Id cnwunof what D.DP will do for you oil mnterMlen offer you a full si7P bottle on I went remedy, etc. ofas tompoun U thymol D.L. i that I saw him coming. He'll think In I) i ;, s cerine. jr.intre If you do not find In the motor with the Thompson's. Prescription. it ta s away the Itch AT OMCE,that It We have sold other remeuies for skin costs you not a cent. and they'll ihlnk I went with the P. E. McRoberts & Son. Everything will be lovely until they all turn up but the guest ot honor! Cousin eald we were mad to motor out here when we'd have to rush to get dressed. Now she will be wild! There'B somebody she wanted me to meet he was to take me out to dinner. Poor Steve," she sighed, and Elwood knew she meant the man from whom she had hidden. "Poor Steve thought he'd like it settled before then! You aee, he doesn't wan the money half as badly as he wants me." Her tone was demure. "Naturally," remarked Elwood with conventional compliment The girl made a little saucy face at him. "Not naturally," she mocked. "It Isn't natural for him to leave his lazy lolling on a southern ranch and & inFK- ii( !(() t chase after a mere girl clear to Rhode Island when most of the other girls back there wouldn't need chasing!" With a quick, graceful movement 2? she rose, ruefully pulling together a 3 great tear in her skirt. "Nancy," she adjured herself, "you're an impossible person! You tear your clothes, and lose yourself from your own dinner party, and you sit unchaperoned In the woods with a strange young man who politely tries not to seem shocked and bored." Elwood laughed and drew her hand :J.E. Stormes, Lancaste under his arm. Metcalf, Paint Lick, K "Come, I'll counsel you and if I l- - 1 - -t e - , -- rz-ina 1 ( i $ Gld-ding- s! 'fsm yii dl(-f'Ft-- t-- haj r dark-haire- ' j I j ' d, you'll lean on me we'll find your shoe together, and if you really want to get to that dinner I can get Fred Holly's motor in ten minutes and take you in. We might be late, but Mrs Wharton might forgive us if " "Us!" she said with belated and necessary hauteur. He stopped and. dropping her arm, took some papers from his pocket. Finally he handed her a monogramed envelope. "Oh," she said, recognizing the un-stoo- d A ' I B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 18S3. f hand, "oh!" "That asks Mr. Elwood Pierce to a dinner for Miss Nancy Som"Nancy 'Something!'" she sard Indignantly, "rn that case, what were jou doing out in the woods?" "What were you doing? running away?" he mused. You "You tried to get away! didn't want to meet me and you are punished." she chanted joyously, starting briskly down the path. He ething" ! IOF I 1 e Citizens National Bank LANCASTER, KY. SURPLUS $35,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Book-Keepe- W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. r. g t 41 Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. I Whoo-ee-ee!- d, pink-stockinge- d acres. CA O.OU paying debts, for distributions of the proceeds among the parties entitled to receive same, for all of which judgment has been rendered in the above styled TERMS: This sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price due in six months bearing six per cent per annum from date untill paid, having the force and offect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be reserved upon all the property sold until all of the purchase money is paid, W. H. BROWN, Master Commissioner of the Garrard action. tone between threat and petition. And he passed, but not without a cursory glance in their direction which only the protecting tree trunk Bennett Memorial Mool. kept from seeing the girl. In a moment he was crashing on in another Admittedly one of the very best schools direction, his call becoming fainter. Elwood rose cautiously, and the girl in the State. Five Schools in one. sank to the ground, her feet coiled She spoke as she High School, Normal School, Graded School under her skirt. might have to a brother, and Elwood decided that he would have preferred School of Music, Commercial School. her to be less friendly. He hoped he London. Ky. did not look too "safe," though, of J. C. LEWIS, Prin. course, he wished her to have confi- It" k I I corrected her. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibb3 "I am everlastingly happy," he A nlrl T TTTiO T. Wo1bA C. said gravely. "If that happens ; v j A muuiu, Tivnttnva 1JC"iJ iiicvuioi He 9 have j!aPP?n h,,ch mtfnud eyes did not finish, but meeting her own glance sought the ground. "There's my shoe!" she called Joy'METAL ously. And as he put it on her foot she said quietly, "Much might depend on how fast you got me back to SHINGLES, cousin Mary's and up her back stairs. I could dress In ten minutes, Used in ever increasing M at a pinch. Could we make it?" j He pulled out his watch. "I bequantities, because the roofs m lieve if you'll trust my driving that even yet I can give you twenty minput on 26 years ago are as Am utes to make yourself unnecessarily lovely In! Just wait on that bench good as new and have JjTAm under the tree. Back in a minute!!" He was off for Fred Holly's car. never needed repairs. Haste, and need and excitement Don't put on that roof )pg made the young man so Inarticulate '$'1 that Holly hoped heaven would foruntil you see them. give him for letting him have the car. He tore off, driving at indecent speed. An hour later, just as dinner was announced. Miss Nancy Mason appeared. Apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia "Nancy," said that lady, "where were you! But you can explain later! Meantime, we are waiting, and this is Elwood Pierce who, for his sins. Is to take you in Nancy gave him a sidelong glance of great sweetness. "Do you mind?" she asked, as If she had not seen him SJ. con 'r lsfr liMfr jrar IMSUT to-da- y, &gPfffi'Jj$yli f&yj jtSJT $ IBlpM SPECIAL 'inter Tourist Tickets before. "Not in the least," he said gravely, "the pleasure is perfectly earned, you little hypocrite," he added under his breath, as they filed to their NOW ON SALE TO ALL, WINTER RESORTS P ROUND-TRI- FARES TO places at table. (Copyright. 1912, by the McClure paper Syndicate.) News- Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Privileges. Long Return Limit. Fell Stop-OvThree through daily trains to Florida, via Queen &Crcscent Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. . Electrically lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-Rooer m Circuit Court. L. L. Walker, Att'y. "late-seaso- n" prireof high-grad- 1 o D.UU Ordinance. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Lancaster; Section 1. That from and after the passage of this ordinance, it shall be unlawful for any person or persons, or firm or firms, or corporation or company to sell, lend, vend, give or exchange within the City of Lancaster any fire crackers, Roman candles, skyrockets, or any fire works or explosives of any kind or description and any person who violates this ordinance shall upon conviction be fined in any sum not less than Ten Dollars (10.00) nor more than Twenty-fiv- e Dollaas (25.00) for each offense; and each sale whether to the same or different persons shall be a separate offense. But this ordinance is not intended to prohibit the sale of gun powder or other like merchandise for ordinary use. Section 2. Any person who shall after thepassage of this ordinance within the You'll never again find such thoroughe ly garments as we ar offering now for 19. This price scarcely represents the wholesale maker's cost. We would much rather have 19 for them now than to carry them over ; until another season and then sell them at this price or less. We give you the most wonderful of values in Kuppen-heimerbest 25 suits, and by so doing, cement friendships for this "Live Store". We can't adequately describe them here, but be on hand during the .sale and put us to the test of proving that every 25 suit and overcoat in this stock is now specialat the . 's "late-seaso- down!" "If he does, I should hardly permit him to eat you alive, unless you wished it," he snapped. ( Buy a Farm, "Everybody's cross," she sighed. IF YOU WANT TO Sell a Farm, "But nobody's as cross now aB Cousin ( Sell at Auction Mary will be when the but there, I I will give you prices on need a guardian, I think or a lawyer! It's one of those ridiculous will 50 Choice Farms. things," she explained, without enSee Me or Touch the Live Wire. lightening him, "where somebody dies and leaves you money if you marry somebody you Just won't marry! W. T. KING, He can have auntie's money! I would Phone 339-" she work for a living LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. rather brilliantly. "Workthan flushed is I suppose," Bhe said forlornly, looking down at two berlnged little hands which had obviously not even speaking acquaintance with workaday matters! "I'm a lawyer, if you need one," commented Elwood a bit drily. "Oh, -- -- I could have him arrested for disturbing the peace, if you like." She caught the humor In his eyes and laughed outright, then clapped her hand over her mouth and list- Real Estate rock-bottom dence In him. "He might come back," she warned anxiously "and you're so tall! Do sit and Auctioneer. Farm What Authors Earn. Many writers whose annual earnings today run into four figures could tell the time when their yearly take did not rise to $100. Sir A. Conan Doyle failed to reach that amount In his first year, yet for "Rodney Stone" he received $35,000 before It was written, remarks the Dundee Courier. Stevenson, too, found that his average, earnings during the first few years of literary work did not average $250, and George Meredith's record was probably even worse than that. Yet these, like Trollope, came to count the spoils in thousands; as also did Mark Twain who, from desperate beginnings when he changed his lodgings frequently and bore all his earthly belongings in a cigar box lived to demand, and receive, $50,000 for a comparatively short story like "Adam's Diary." Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Day Coaches. For details call on any Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, or apply to H. C. KING, Passenger & Ticket Agent, 101 E. Alain St., Lexington, Ky. iWm?BM$mM&m&Mm s BURLET TOBACCO j COMPANY.- Loose Leaf Warehouse AT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. 212 acres on pike midway between Lancaster and Dan ville,excellent house and 3 tenant houses, large barn, etc., bearing orchard. n" vj) price of Throughout the entire stock similar reductions prevail. With guarantee to save you at least 25 per cent. Visit us and learn of the live, methods characterizing this "Live Store". Money back on request. No one urged to buy. te k limits of said City fire or discharge, or cause to be fired or discharged any fire crackers, Roman candles, sky rockets or any like, or other contrivance or explosive, as any gun or pistal or other fire arm or weapon; or explode or cause 105 acres one-ha- lf mile from pike to be exploded any powder, or other explosive, within said City shall be (50 acres in clover.) Will sell one fined on conviction the sum of not or both at right price, write less than Ten Dollars (10.00) and not more than Twenty-fiv- e Dollars (25.00), for each offense. This ordinance shall 4TWO STORES: be in force and effect on and after its passage and publication. Louisville Lancaster, Ky. Adopted December 2, 1912. On Fourth.between Market & Jefferson H. T. Logan, Mayor. To sell now 7 Duroc Gilts ready for New Albany, Ind Attest: Shelby Mason, Clerk Protem.JI breeding. 1 y UvJ sals FOR Willing to Be Frightened. They were seated In the dim light of a conservatory. She was playing with her fan, and he was murmuring soft speeches in her ear. Suddenly he leaned forward and impressed a kiss ened. on her soft cheek. "He might come back! I couldn't "Oh, Charlie," she cried, "how you stand being asked again!" Then she frightened me!' looked entranclngly at the young man. Then after a few minutes she said: "You don't suppose you could And "Frighten me again, Charlie." ! f j W. O. Ri$ney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Home Phone 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. - First Sale Tuesday, Nov., 19th, 1912. Come to see us. SAPINSKY'S James H. Otter, J.D.CLARK,Manager 33. Office Phone 18. Lancaster, Ky. -- X, ""- - - - - - , .e m.Pm lMMMWMMMiiMWMM"",'W,,MMMMI'""W,MIMMMMM,l,MM,M'WWM,WW,MI,,MI Women Who Know SBBt: How To Make The Dollars Count Will Be Quick Jt O)portuii ty. The seasons newest and most favored styles have been shown here throughout the season in able assortment at an uncommonly rea sonable price. We still have some of our very latest suits left, and the time has come whem they must all go, hence the prices have been reduced ONE-HAL- Glean UP Of LddieS 60dt. We are offering from our big new stock of Glean Up Of Ladies Suits. seasonable goods exceptional bargains, you can buy the things you want and need at prices that represent a big saving to you. This season we have done a remarkable large business in Ladies Coats, partly because our styles were so destinctive and attractive and partly because we have offered that exceptional value. Now to clean the balance of the stock.prices have been reduced as follows" - $30.00 Coats at 2 .50 $25.00 and 20.00 Goats at 6.98 $15.00 and 12.50 at 9.48 1 1 F PRICE on any suit from our entire stock. The Jo ph Mercantile Company. The store to whome a sale is an utter stranger but who gives one hundred cents for every dollar you spend. -- r t STOVE The Quick - f L Trr"" Neighbors in Livingston. E Gossip About People vs N N R. S. Brown made a business trip to Prizes To Be Awarded To Successful Cincinnati the first of the week. Mesdames Joe E. Robinson and R. L. Contestants In Boys Corn Club Miss Knapp West has been in LexElkin and Miss Anne Reid were visitContest December 14th. ington visiting her sister Mrs. JefT ors in Danville Saturday. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Uoings .y :nose wt Are wteresiea in. Moors Air Tight Heaters $24. Call and see them and prepare for cold weather This is a bargain at the price. Meal Malleable Range Dave Walker spent several days in Lexington last week. Miss Belle Denny of Lincoln is the guest of Miss Estill Walker. Mr. Geoage Tudor of Illinois is here for a visit to Garrard relatives. Mrs. M. F. Elkin of Lexington is the guest of her aunt Mrs. Susan Salter. Miss Elizabeth Bryant of Bryants-vill- e is visiting Mrs. Mortimer Scott. Mrs. L. J. Sanford is in Richmond visiting Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ashley. Mr. Ben Woods of Danville spent Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Enameled to prevent rusting. The best Malleable Range made. Prices right. A few Buggies at COST. Moline Wagons the best wagon ket and at a price to suit anyone. onthe mar- J. Otao R. ' Mount, v. Son - Co, 'WiWMi Ware. Miss Naomi Ballou of Richmond is the guest of Misses Lucy and Tommie Francis. Misses Bessie Richmond. Miss Gertrude Wilkerson of Stanford is with her cousin Miss Willie Wilkerson. and Eunice &'&YyYf'M 4C"AC,vAcT-'fc rYTTY(g(TM(0 Li" v - I I n s m m I 1 I B B B virtue. 8 1 SJ Frather Flour From The MILL direct to us is naturally cleaner than if it had been subject to many handlings. Cleanliness, however, is not its only i m are at home from a visit to relatives in The prizes will be awarded to the Dr. R. L. Pontius of the Kentucky Mrs W. R. Gottand children of Rich- successful contestants in the Boys Corn Experimental Station Lexingon was mond are visiting her sister, Mrs L. N. Club Contest on December 14th. The here for a few days last week. Miller. exhibition will be held in the office of Miss Bettie West and Mrs. Ethel T. J. Price was in Danvilla Friday the County Superintendent at 10 o'clock West Darnold spent the Thanksgiving and Saturday the guest of Dr and Mrs. a. m. of that date. A representative holidays with friends in Winchester. S. P. Grant. from the College of Agriculture will be Misses Elizabeth Miller and Frances Mrs. Mattie P. Frisbie was in in attendence. Every member of the James of Richmond were guests on Danville Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. Garrard county Boys Corn Club is urgently requested to be present in Thanksgiying of Miss Jennie Rankin. W. C. Price. person and to bring with hin a bushel Dr. Walter G. Combs of Winchester and also ten additional ears of corn Misses Stella and Grace Comely of the Record office spent last Saturday has recently moved to Kirksville and produced on his acre. Come and bring in Danville visiting friends and shop- opened up an office. your exhibits regardless of what your ping. C. Denny and Miss Fannie yield may be, you may get a premiun Mrs. S. Mr. James Yeager of Tulsa Okla. West were guests Tuesday of Mrs. on the best ten ears even if your yield was small. and Mr. T. D. Chestnut of Marksbury George Robinson in Danviile. Following is a list of the premiums to spent last Thursday with Mr. John K. Dr. H. C. Pope has sold his residence be awarded West. in Kirksville and will move to Macon $15 00 cash to the boy who has grown Office Ga. about the first of the year. Miss Bessie Wilkerson who is attendthe greatest amount on one acre. Boys ing Miss Dove Harris' Business College Miss Rachel Henry has returned saddle for the next greatest. $2 50 cash in Danville was at home last week for home after a months visit to her sisters for the third. a short stay. $10 00 cash for the best bushel, on in Birmingham and El Dorado. ear. Boys shoes for the next best Mr. and Mrs George A. McRoberts R. R. Denton of this county has been bushel. Bridle for the third best have returned to their home in Covingthe guest of his daughter Mrs. W. S. bushel. ton after a stay of several days with Fish of Stanford for several days. $5 00 cash for the best ten ears. Boys Mrs. J. R. Mount. the second best 10 ears. $2 50 Miss Jane Doty is at home after a hat for Mrs. W. A. Speith came home from cash for the third best 10 ears. Louisville Tuesday where she spent protracted visit to her uncle Mr. Wm. the Thanksgiving holidays with relativ-- j Doty in Winnsboro South Carolina. es and friends. Mr. C. B. Bastin and bride have reYOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Miss Joan Mount was in Stanford to to :- Dunn. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Phone 31. Residence Phone LANCASTER. KY. TREES es Phlox. Etc. Growers of What we Sell. s s ':' m m B. O'Bannon of Stanford were with Lancaster friends Dr. and Mrs. W. Wednesday. Miss Annie Lee Eubanks of Stanford is here with her grandmother Mrs. Belle Perkine. Miss Margaret Hiatt of New York City is here for a visit to Mrs. Emma Higginbotham. of M the pulpit at the Presbyterian Dr. Frank Cheek Danville filled church It bakes better and goes farther than any other flour we know. If you make good bread now, try our flour and make better. You'll save a little too because you can m Sunday morning. Miss Mamie Bastin who has been at the Cincinnati Art School was at home make the same sized loaf with less flour Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills .. fs mmsmsm wimmmmmi mmmm& . . m for Thanksgiving. .. .. -- . Mrs. J. Milton Elliott has returned from a stay of several months with her rea daughter in Texas. George B. Harris came Sunday for a short visit to his parents, Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. Miss Lynn Nave of Shelby City has been the guest of her sister Mrs. Webb Kelly in the county. " Look To ze Future u Miss Aliene Bourne left Thursdav for a visit to her sister Mrs. J. F. as well as the present-Yodon't always expect to have a small business. Then prepare yourself for a big one Open an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co., and get used doing business as big business is done. Besides an account here is a money saver in many ways. A check costs you only two cents to mail. What does it cost you to send the cash? for turned Millersburg after a visit the handsome Reception given " y Mr. his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Basand Mrs. John S. Baughman to Mr. tin. Robert T. Bruce and bride. Miss Bessie Singleton and Mr. Ralph Mr. and Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden Scott of lower Garrard spent ThanksMr. and Mrs. Samuel Haselden and giving with Mrs. Anna B. Singleton of Miss Kathleen Walter were in Lexing- Millersburg, Ky. ton to see Maud Adams in "Peter Pan". The Chautauqua Circle met Wednesday afternoon with Misses Robinson, Mrs. R. A. Campbell, Jr. has returned to Columbus, Ohio af cer visiting the Brashear and Mason at the home of family of Mr. John Johnson. She was Mrs. Alex Walker. accompanied by her mother Mrs. E. T. Miss Katie Lee Denny gave an elegMinor. ant course dinner on Wednesday, the John W. Johnson and wife arrived guest of honor being her cousin Miss last Thursday from Louisville, being Belle Denny of Stanford. called here by the serious illness of The following invitation was receivMrs. Johnston's mother Mrs. Eliza ed by Lancaster friends, Sadler. Mrs. Banks Hudson, "At Home"-ThursdDecember 5th. Danville Ky. Mr. Chas. Scott and wife of Cincinnati are visiting Lancaster relatives, Misses Delia Tinder and Mary Elmore having been called here by the severe have returned to their duties as teachers illness of Mrs. Lunsford, Mr. Scott's in Greensburg, after spending the grandmother. Thanksgiving holidays with Louisville mends. Lewis Herndon of Louisville spent Miss Lettie Mae McRoberts will leave the Thanksgiving holidays with his and sister Capt. and Miss Annie today for Lexington for the Pan Hell father Herndon. Lewis is now carrying a enic Ball to be given at the Phoenix. sample case for the Belknap Hardware Miss McRoberts will be the guest of Miss Laura Cassidy while in Lexington. and M'fg. Co. ay r V. Fruit & Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, pi J House on Danville Street for rent. Miss Rella Arnold. Rhubarb.Peonies. Ros A full line of Christmas toys at Ward's Grocery, Dont fail to see them. Boarding house for rent. Mrs. Hallie B. Sweeney Bryantsville Ky. tf. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Just recieved a car load of Kanawha salt in barrels and sacks. It H. B. Northcott. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. A large beautiful doll to be given away free at Mrs. W. H. Ward's Grocery, Ask about it. New line of fancy ribbons and chiffon veils for Christmas. Miss Rella Arnold. See the beautiful Christmas display at Mrs. W. H. Ward's Grocery, Every thing new and will be bound to please you. Public Sale. Subscribe for Record Mom W pajbaitprltM. Writ. ix tatl yoa bow .c& mum. I will at my home on Buckeye pike on The Garrard Bank & Trust Company A x H.SABEL&SONS December 17, 1912, at ten o'clock offer for sale one gentle horse, sate to drive Deafen In Fun, HJ,!T39l EiUMIibtdlSH. Dr. J. A. Snowden, of V inchester anywhere, 1 good buggy and a lot of was in town Wednesday and paid this house hold and kitchen furniture, Mrs. Mary Dickerson. office a pleasant call. While the Doctor Pd. is delighted with his new home, he has Notice. a warm spot in his heart for his old John White & Co. An election will be held by the stockhome at Paint Lick, Ky. LOUISVILLE. KY.t holders of the Citizens National Bank, Established 1887 W. B. Mason Jr. who is attending of Lancaster, Ky., at the Banking Htghestmarketpricei "'I school at Millerrburg Military Institute house in Lancaster, Ky., on Tuesday K FURS having made good as required, was alJanuary 14th. 1913, for the purpose of and HIDES. lowed to come home for Thanksgiving. electing seven directors to serve for WOOL He was looking well, and delighted ia csumijiei the ensuing year. with the College. W. F. Champ, Cashier. tot WMkly prfc lift uanlrancM. FURS 1! 'dill &Pi r lyJV iOhHwmA .astaBBl EXfvW'7 V f It's Pretty Tough Luck and then have the bottom drop out of the thermometer. Don't have that hap - I I . j-- " - ll Powder QmL W m M'fe. I Coal Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go, to be out of ii . Absolutely-Pur- e HieonlyBakingPowdermade faRqyalGrapeCrrarnoJTflrtar JF Holman C. Brown and Miss Willie B. For Sale. Graves were married at the home of Elder F. M. Tinder, he pronouncing Farm of 164 acres located one and An elaborate course the ceremony. miles North of Lebanon on dinner was extended the groom and his splendid pike. Good buildings, well bride by Mr. and Mrs. George Brown fenced - and watered. Gently rolling his parents. limestone land, practically all in grass Mesdames W. O. Rigney and daugh- and in high state of cultivation. Suit ter Mrs. Wood Burnside, Mesdames F. able for burley tobacco or any other P. Frisbie and M. K. Denny, Mr. J. B. Central Kentucky crop. Convenient to Collier and daughter Miss Elizabeth, churches, schools and markets; on rurand John and Wm. Walker were in al route and telephone line. Will sacDanville Saturday for the burial of the rifice if sold now. $60.00 per acre on reasonable terms. Worth ?75.00 to late Mr. John Cotton. $80.00 per acre. I own this farm myself. L. A. Scearce, Lebanon, Ky. Drives Off A Terror. one-ha- lf 12-6-- C holera Hosts were saved from cholera and other diseases during the hot weather by the use of Hogs and Poultry MILLIONS OF VdOLLMS every year to poultry and hof raisers. Last year thousands oi MwS ThtnauAtMkrnmimXxntM pen to you. Order us to send what coal you may need "now If you shouldn't need it, the coal will notlspoil. You'll have use for it some time anyway. neaiihjiil KSYif Qualities Wh?$S uW wj The chief executioner of death in the winter and spring months is pneumonia Its advance agents are colds and grip. In any attact by one of these, maladies no time should be lost in taking the best medicine obtainable to drive it off. Countless thousands have found this to be Dr. King's New Discovery. "My husband believes it has kept him from having pneumonia three or four times," writes Mrs. George W. Place, Rawson-villVt., "and for coughs, colds and croup we have never found its equal. Guaranteed for all bronchial affections. Price 50 cts. and ?1.00. Trial bottle free at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Drug ' Store. e, 1-- m Tj, CaJ-Sla- ei FOR SALE PRIYATEY. o Powmfmr A as the "W. H. for Poultry and another for hoc, padctd ia 4 miles east of Traylor place", situated metal ran, can't dry op. loa strength or spoil like others and Stanford Ky. on the Goshen turnpike, costs no more. It is all medicine and guaranteed too. and within one mile of church and HowtoTmH schools. Farm contains 135 acres and Writttntobetradentood andgrrea free to trra atock owners, our 60 page illustrated book, by our is most all in grass. One of the best consulting Veterinarian, showing how to know and showing how to core diseases m Horses. Cattle. and most convenient houses in the Sheep. Swine and Poultry, together with over 1 ReeaeeSee, including country, steam heated and waterworks throughout. Oar guaranteed remedy for Ring Bones. SpartaS) SpUnta or any bony enlargements. This is a splendid farm and a good THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTINC CO. OacJ Batttaiorw, MsL. U.S.A, ODDortunitv for some one wishing a For - AU SSeSSSSSBSSBSBSSBBl country home. My reason for desirable sellimr 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. inss of the boweb. iniecta them- cbofara and other senna which set into the --jstem with the food or drink. Cal-Sttt- Mm cholera, bat don't off until they keel orer. Give it to them dow mixed with food it regulates the work put i rvt aarf ear is. My farm known BSSBSBSSSBSBSBSBBa I Beginning Today and Until Christmas We Offer Our Stock Of And All One-Pie- ce Suits, Except Wooltex AT To Us bona-fideand Money-Losin- g, Dresses, Skirts, Waists, and Many CLOAKS, To You, Money Saving. Come Quick. PRICES, a three weeks and have made prices which will induce scores of women to buy Suits and Dresses who had decided they could not afford new garments. Every price reduction every garment is new, except when otherwise stated. named is These suits represent the latest models and best workmanship of several of New Yorks best tailoring concerns. Finest all wool materials, best linings and most popular fabrics and colors. All sizes from 14 size to 51 bust. WE WANT to crowd six weeks garment selling into Tailored Suits. Silk Dresses. We have a good assortment of sizes end colors left in Channe-us- e, Crepe Meteor and Satin Dresses. Most of these are high cbss garments, and to close these out quickly have made prices very low, in fact about cost of materials alone. Wool Dresses. We still have a splendid assortment of wool dresses in many kinds of materials and all colors and sizes up t 47 bust measure We want to reduce the stock all we possibly can by Christmas, so $42.50 Suits, only a few left; new price $25. $37.50 Tailored Suits will be $22.50. $32.50 Tailored Suits will be $19.75. $27.50 Tailored Suits will be $15.00 $19.75 Tailored Suits will be $13.75 original prices were $25, 830, $35 and $37.50, and are first class in every particular except that styles are slightly different from new ones. The skirts alone are worth much more than $9.75. Finest materials, finest linings and finest tailoring, and choice for $9.75 In this lot are about Suits. $9.75 Tailored last Fall; The 40 left from suits $40.00 Charmeuse and Crepe Dresses will be $22.50 $35 Charmeuse and Crepe Dresses now $17.50 $30 Charmeuse Dresses now $15 $18.50 Charmeuse and Satin Dresses $10.75 make very low prices. $27.50 Finest grades of Wool Dresses will be $15. $22.50 Wool Dresses will be 13.95 $18.50 Wool Dresses redueedto 11 75 $15 00 Wool Dresses redueedto 9 50 8 75 Wool Dresses reduced to 5 75 $6 50 Wool Dresses will be 4 50 Fine Furs For Christmas. Nothing at the price makes more acceptable presents than fine Furs We are showing many beautiful sets of real Mink from $42 to $J50. Beaver at $45. Scottish Mole at $52.50. Red Fox at $50. Black Fox from $20 to $75. Also many other excellent values in lower price Furs. On all these real Furs we guarantee our pi ices to be lower than you can buy equal qualities anywhere in the U. S. Money refunded if you can beat our prices. n Velvet We have just received a big lot of the new length Coats made of excellent quality Chinchilla in Collar style full grey, brown, black and oxford. Sizes for Misses and Ladies. The price, $6.75, is very low for such quality and style. high-butto- Chinchilla Coats $6.75 Shirt Waists. We offer choice of our entire line of fine Chiffon Waists and) Tailored Waists which we have been selling at $5.75, for . $3-95- PARISIAN IVORY An immense line of IMirrors, Brushes, Combs, and all kinds of Manicure Pieces. Picture Frames Fans, Puff Boxes, etc. Special set of very large Mirrow, Brush and Comb for S5. STERLINC SILVER TOILET WARE CHRISTMAS GOODPlated DOLLS SILVERWARE Our line of Imported Dressed Full line of Combs, Brushes, of Dolls is well worth a trip to see. Mirrows, Frames and hundreds small articles in Solid Silver from 25c to $15. These are our own direct importation and range in price from 25c to $5. Nothing like them ever seen in Central Kentucky. As you doubtless know we carry the largest and most complete line of high grade Silver Tableware carried in this section. Anything in Silver for the table from a Salt Spoon at 25c, to a Tea Set at $175. It will always pay you to see our line if you want to be sure to get the right things at right Silver. Electroliers. We have a very choice All kinds of Plated Silver Pieces line of in Bakers, Tea Sets, Trays and scores of new pieces for the table. Full line of 1847 Rogers Knives; Forks and Spoons at lowest prices. Gas and Electric Lamps in Tiffany Glass styles $6-0- 0 at popular prices, from prices. to SI 2.00. A. B REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE Legal-tende- ROBE RTSON (Dje 0inve $fat gUfecgfeotox oas Mts U&ir-fcs-r er??2rr CKTrafeg -- r notes IfiUOO 00 lO.Cs-- i 00 REPORT OF THE CONDITION urer (5Sof circulation). 2,0 $2s-,2- 00 23 Redemption fund with U. S. Treasurer (5 per cent of circulation)... Total 2.500 00 $:tu3.774 41 $50,000 00 35.000 00 9.76U 20 50.000 00 87 0 131 147 491 )M IO.Oiki 3.Vi 19 4 SO ofthe Total TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE Citizens National Bant cisro.2see. OF LANCASTER. KV.. AT Close of Business Nov 26th, 1912. RESOURCES. $192,335 20 Loans end discounts Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. 1.(M CI 50.000 00 U. S Bonds to secure circulation. Banking-bousfurniture and fixtures 7.000 00 ReDue from National Banks (uot serve Aeeutsi . .. 3.1S8 37 Due from State and Prhate Banks and Bankers. Trust Companies l.(S2 3rt and SaviuKsBnnks Due from approved reserve aeeuts... 31.102 27 Wil : Checks and other cash Items 20 00 Notes of other National Banks paper currency, nickels Fractional 95 18 .. and cents Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, viz: Specie $9.283 00 e, LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid in Surplus fund Undivided profits, less expenses and taxes paid National Bank notes outstanding . . . Due to other National BniiKs . Due to State and l'ri ate Banks and Bankers Individual deposits subject to check. Certified Checks .... Notes and Bills UcdUcounted Reserved for Taxes NATIONAL CNo. OF LANCASTER. BANK, KY..AT 1403.) The Close of Business Nov 26, 1912 RESOURCES. oo 2fi $..i.774 41 Total State of Kentucky. County of Garrard, ss: I, W. F. Champ, Cashier, of the above named Dank, do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to the be-,- t of my knowledge and V. F. Chamn. Cashier. belief. Subscribed aud sworn to before me this 4th, day of Dec 1912.. S. C. Denny. Notarv Public. Commission Expires January 22, 1916. : Correct Attest J.S.Johnson. J.J. Walker. B.F.Hudson. ) ) Directors. R. Lee Morris, president of the First $165,.!12 i5s Loans and discounts $2sS.21'. 2i stomach. Total 0.t is Overdrafts, secured and misecured. National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote 50.0CO (jO U. S. Bonds to seuuie circulation. It is guaranteed under the Pure Food the Solace Compajiy as follows: l'j.omi to STATEOFKENTtTCKY.COUNTYOFGAKKAKP.SS: Bonds securities, etc I, S. C Denny. Cashier of the above and Drugs Law to be absolutely free fixtures 7,000 CO "I want you to send a box of Solace named bank, do solemnly swear that the.tbove Due frcm National Batiks (not reserve Tenn., for 550 01 statement is true to the best of mv knowledge from opiates or harmful drugs of any to my father in Memphis, agents) S.C.Denny. Due from approved reserve agents... . 2i5,4.i7 Oo and belief. description which I enclose $1. This remedy has Cashier. 618 21 Checks and other cash items.. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th 1,4M 00 Notes of other National RaiiKs SOLACE is a pure specific in every been used by some friends of mine V. O. Rignev. 07 1U day of Dec, 1912. Fractional paper currency. nickels. cts Notary Public. way, and has been proven beyond ques- here and I must say its action was wonMomsy Reserve In Bank, Lawful My Commission expires Feb 17, 1914. viz: (Signed) R. L. Morris. tion to be the surest and quickest rem- derful. Correct Attest: Specie $ 6,94"i oo r 4,030 00 10,973 00 notes edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to Alfx R Denny Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. S. D Cochran. Directors. medical science, no matter how long IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL Redemption Fund with U. S. Treas- J. E.Stormes. ) d Legal-tende1 S Back for case of LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in .$ 50,000 00 that . 2 1.000 00 Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache surplus i mid Undivided profits.less expenses and paid . .. . U.7SI.". 87 taxes Solace Fails To Remove. National Hank Notes Outstanding . 50.0(10 tn . . Due to Other National Hants 3.0S0 . Due to State aud I'riwite Banks and SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medil.sjil &" Bunkers Individual deposits subject to check. l:j't,::37 M cal discovery of three German Scien5 CO tists Certified checks that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals Bills payable, including certificates k! Oi of deposit for money borrowed. 5,0 and Put ifies the Blood. It is easy to 5i.j :;; Reserved for Taxes weakest ... Money any standing. It reaches and removes the root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and purifies the blood. THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek are the Sole U. S. Agents and have thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, literature and FREE BOX sent upon re-qne- st. BRO ntucky World Shortage of Live Stock 21 AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY TAKING SOLACE. "No Special Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek. Mich. take, and will not affect the There is a world shortage of live stock, especially cattle. The populations of all civilized nations are growing much faster than the general meat food supply. South American live stock interests are crippled by three successive seasons of drought and "foot and mouth" disease, and the supply of meat animals in the United States has actually declined during the last decade while the population has increased over 2. percent. AT THE WATCH FOR OUR CIRCULAR PRICES 10 Days Of White Elephant Store. BEGINNING Unmatchable Under Selling Wednesday, Dec 11 at 9 a.m. WAR DECLARED Such Amazing Values Cannot Last Long. V" On People Prepare for the battle. R. H. Batson' s entire stock of Dry Goods, Clothing, Etc., placed in the hands of the American Sales Co., of Dallas Texas, and ordered to be closed to a minimum, clean out, lock, stock and barrel if possible, beginning High Prices At Lancaster, Ky. 25 Sales Ladies, 10 Sales Men and 5 bundle wrappers. Apply to Mr. Batson or Manager in charge of sale, immediately at the store. Wednesday, Dec 11 at 9 a.m. R H. Batson Mark this date and mark it well. We urge you to grasp this V great opportunity. HELP WANTED The White Elephant Store STORE CLOSED Monday and Tuesday, December 9 and 10 and an army of clerks will be marking down goods and arranging stock for the great war sale. " C f !.,