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LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER Look out, today is Friday the 13th. 13 1912. 38. eating Stoves, Cook! Stoves and Ranges. 2 Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire Backs and Fire Brick. Guns,Ammunition,Hunting Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: Live and Let Live. akl Al OzCft i 5 is fe3 s Si 1 n H9595SBfiHHSE91HiHHIBlMHHHHHffiH13 A Christmas in Lancaster without A Sensational Truth. the public square being a blaze of fire Joseph's advertisement in this issue Only twelve more days until 'Xmas. works will be indeed strange, Wonder of the Record contains a truth that have that experience? Christmas time right on us and some if we will surely is bound to appeal to the good hardened sinner stole our foreman, reasoning public. Read it and decide Gets Judgment Against L & N. Len Miller's pig. for yourself where you shall purchase In the circuit court last week Sam your goods in this mercantile battle. There will be a Bazaar in Miss Rella a local colored man was awarded Arnold's window Friday and Saturday Perkins Bright Young Man. a judgment of $250. for injuries received by Miss Ann Reed. while alighting from one of defendants Editor Green Clay Walker-- , of the Lancaster Record, has announced his Hang up the baby's stocking. If you trains at Point Leavell. candidacy for the County Attorneyship have no baby of your own, make some- Announces. of Garrard county. Mr. Walker is body elses baby happy. A COMPLETE LINE OF Hon. John M. Farra, who ably rep- weli and favorably known to many peoKindly Providence enabled many of resented Garrard county in the last ple in this city, having spent several our farmers to get their tobacco to mar- session of the Legislature, has again months in the office of the Q. & C. ket in time to get Xmas money. announced for that office. Mr. Farra Route several years ago. After leaving this city he went to Louisville e is one of the best and most An appropriate Xmas present for where he took the law course fron the young men in this section and his peoyour distant friends would De a years ple will make no mistake in returning Louisville University among the highsubscription to the Record. Try it. him to the General Assembly. Dan- est in his class. Mr. Walker is an unusually bright young man and one of Remember the poor during the yule-tid- ville Advocate. splendid business capacity and if the In this day of peace and plenty people of that county give him the ofFree Lecture. let us see that everyone in Lancaster fice he seeks he will till it to the satishas a taste of Christmas. At the court house on Saturday. faction of all concerned and with credit December 14th, at 2:30 p. m. Miss to himself. He has engaged the serRural carriers do not get Xmas day, Fannie C. Rawson of Frankfort, State vices of Mr. R. L. Elkin as business they must take out the presents to their Librarian of Library Commission will manager of his paper in order that he patrons on that day. This is the only address the public on the subject, may give time to his race. Danville holiday in the year which is not given library extension in Kentucky. Advocate. them. The people of the town and county Rain Starts Tobacco Moving. Getting time to get out those New are invited by the Woman's Club, to Years" resolutions which you have be present. The county school teachThe splendid rains of last week gave been putting into effect every January ers are especially invited to attend. great impetus to the handling of Garrard 1st for so many yearr. Speak early countys crop, enormous tobacco Let's Have Sidewalks. for a seat on the water wagon. conservatively placed at between five There has been a very laudable effort and six million pounds, probably coming The Rev. John A McKamy of Cory-doYou Want in upon the part of the City Council up to if not exceeding in size the largest Anything Indiania will preach at the Presby- made of the town to put crop ever raised in the county. Many terian church on Wednesday the 18th, to have the citizens down sidewalks, and the council is now iarmers having small crops were enabled also on Thursday the 19 th, of Decemto enforce their ordinace in to strip out and market their entire ber at 7 o'clock P. M. The members in a shape regard as any time. Of course it crops, while others who were less of the church are requested to be pres- this question to think about fortunate, or who had larger crops, ent and the public are cordially invited is out of the putting down concrete sidewalks until were enabled to "bulk down" either all 'ifpgjaiWllrMfrglllWli WTOMTftUIT to attend both services. the advent of spring, but let us have of their crop, or a suificent part of it to them at that time. There are many keep them busy stripping until another Half Price. places in town, even on the public good season. The crops so far marketed from this county have brought prices Ladies Misses and childrens trimmed square, where side walks are badly ranging in average from 11A to22J cents needed, and the council will much more and ready to wear Fall and Winter praise than condemnation when they per pound upon the various markets, Hats at half price at Mrs. Ada and it is firmly expected that the great enforce this ordinance to the letter. Kinnairds Millinery store. majority of the crop yet remaining in the hands of the grower will exceed the Christmas. Reception To Miss Rawson. average as yet made. The crop this With Christmas near at hand the year while being above the average The Womans Club will give a recepis as a general thing weighing tion at the Kengarlan Hotel Saturday holiday feeling already pervades the in quality air. The streets are crowded with light, not making as much to the acre December 14th at 7:30 o'clock in honor of Miss Fannie C. Rawson. All Club eager shoppers, the store windows are as is usual. This fact is probably due toys to tempt to the exceedingly dry fall. However, d members are urged to be present and ablaze with the little folks, and a general yule tide lighter weight usu illy makes better bring such guests as they desire. feeling is evident everywhere. Already quality, and where the farmer loses in &9k Ejs"3 K SI EE3 B the kiddies have commenced to speculate the former he evens up on the latter. &B B a Q& Cr s To AH Of My Little Friends. Wm Im as to "how many days Prof. Riley will Wm mM a kH m b HH The Parcels Post. o Ss' !b Saai fedi fc w K& I will arrive on the 2 o'clock train give", and are importuning big sister Br for the loan of one of her stockings to Saturday afternoon, Dec. 14. I have The long talked of parcels post goes notified Haselden Bros, to meet me, run in on "old Santa". into effect on the first day of January. Bountiful crops, good prices for farm There is a wide and I will see you at their Xmas opendiversity of opinion as products and a general feeling of to ing and have something nice for you. St its effect, whether it will be good or prosperity indicates an unusually bad, each phase of the case having its W Be sure and be there. "Merry Christmas" for this year. Remember the Date Dec. 14. champions. The effect upon this Santa Claus. immediate community is as yet Monster Corn. problematical, it is jet to be' seen Mr. A. D. Reynolds has left at this whether or not our people will be exoffice the largest ear of corn we have tensive patrons of the new system of One thing however is ever seem. It is of the Oil Red variety ounces, certain about the institution of the and weighs one pound and ten Who can beat it? Harrodsburg Herald. parcels post, that is that it will make Oh yes brother we can easily beat great inroads upon the business of the Mr. Reynolds corn. In Mr. E. C. Gaines Express companies, will force them to con show held here last court day were meet their prices or surrender the any numbpr of ears weighing two pounds business, will enable the people who each and his prize ear weighed two are compelled to have small packages pounds, four ounces, a string of twelve of merchandise transported to and from ears weighed 192 pounds, an average a distance, to do so at a nominal cost. of 1 lb 10 oz for the doz ears. Come Express companies are among the to Garrard and get your seed corn. most grasping and mercenary of all Mr. Gaines corn is of the white Dent corporations; they charge outrageous prices and unlike the railroads they are variety. of no monetary value to the community -with which they do business. They 1 Robinson Boys Going South. have no tangible property subject to Messrs J. Fleece and George D. taxation outsids of the cities, and very Robinson will leave within the next few little there, their principle stock in trade days for Georgia, taking with them a consisting of their messengers and car load of good mules. Their objective agents. They reap a rich harvest from point will be Cordele, where they haye their patrons and give nothing in return. established a large sales stable. They Upon the whole, while the parcel post will be gone several months and expect may appear to work an injury to some to go there every winter. Another in the way of bringing campetition Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods brother Mr. J. Y. Robinson is located closer to them, we believe upon the CO ft in Columbus Ga., where he is engaged whole it will prove a good thing. O Q in the mule trade. These gentleman O are splendid judges of mules and every We Hope So. O expect to gather together winter they Corporations from other states loads of the Kentucky several car I H product and dispose of them on the representing enormous amount of H Georgia market. We are glad to state capital are busily engaged in acquiring however, that they have no idea of lighting and electric plants throughout making Georgia their permanent home, central Kentucky, Winchester's lighting Letter Heads, Bill Heads, W only going there during the mule season plant being their latest acquisition, and the Courier Journal editorially predicts in the winter months. O Note Heads, that this probably means the construction of more interurban lines in Kentucky. Mr. J. R. Mount For The Legislature. Circulars, Statements, We hope their argument may prove true, W Mr. J. R. Mount announces in this and we also hope that Lancaster will Cards, projected week his candidacy for the democratic come in for one of th O county interurban lines. Notes, Checks, Drafts, nominaiion to represent Garrard We have by no means abandoned the CO legislature. Mr. in the Kentucky Receipts, wholly unacquainted with hope for the proposed extension of the Mount is not the ropes at Frankfort, having served line from Nicholasville, and we believe Pamphlets, Visiting Cards, one term in the lower house as a rep- that if the bur dam across Dix river resentative from the counties of ever becomes a realty that not only will Wedding Invitations. w Trimble and Oldham. Since moving to this line be extended to Lancaster, but to other of the adjacent towns in this Garrard he has taken an active part in the political life of the county, ever locality, the power to be supplied by O being an unswerving supporter of the immense power plant which will be CO democratic ticket, and during the re- erected. M The farmers of the lower end of the cent campaign he served as Chairman fa W of the local county Campaign Com county are enthusiastically in favor of PC splendid service the building of this proposed extension mittee and rendered succeeding in throwing as it would mean a great deal to them. O to the ticket, Lancaster, Kentucky. Garrard county into the democratic It would enable them to market their balance in a presidential race, an event crops more easily4 opening up a not accomplished since the civil war. comparatively new market to them and Mr. Mount is conversant with the in consequence would mean the fostering needs of the state, is well posted upon of new industries in that part of the the topics of the days, the needs and county. It would also enable them to W -- 3 wishes of the constituency of his coun- go backward and forward to Lexington ty, and if honored with the nomination and other places without the necessity O and election to the office to which he of a long cold drive of twelve to fifteen CO aspires, we feel that he would occupy miles in order to catch a train, and in the position with honor to both him- many other ways would prove of great snonrej jo ann ejaidraoo spoof) lreopirejg benefit to that community. self and his constituency. Holiday Opening OF wide-awak- STMAS TOYS e. and presents of all kinds Saturday Dec. 4th. Everbody invited. n. Haselden Brothers W.MfMfjOTi I will save you money on a good Heating1 or Cooking multi-colore- D li I H STOVE. 'Silll hkIeIl Lancaster, Ky. mail-expres- s. I m i WS i Vf w i My Stoves are welded where others are bolted. W. J. - ROMANS. CURREY'S We Surely Do It! a - S The Central Record I 2 Raisins. Citron. Currents. Figs. Dates. Pineapples. Oranges. Cherries. Lemon Peel. Almonds. Pecons. 2 o S Walnuts. Spices of all kinds for your black cake at 2 o CURREY'S asioHiRM . man has discovered it could be. How Splendid Danville Citizen Dies. Teachers Money. many hundreds of precious lives may S5 S Mr. Henry Lyons, one of Danville's Miss Jennie Higgins advises us that be saved annually through the influen" incorporated. most progressive business men and the money for the teachers is ready, cy of such a discovery. Weekly. $1.00 a year. Issued philanthropic citizens, died at the hos but only for one month. Usually they has Tuberculosis or consumption democratic party. come to be one of the greatest menaces pital in that city Monday morning of get two months pay at this time but EDrroR. GREEN CLAY WALKER. to human life, more people dyine from anaemia. He with his brother Mr. they will have to wait until about the For Representative. Kulcrctl hi (lit; 1'o- Ollice in IjuichMit, Ky. it annually than from any other known Sam Lyons and John Nichols owned firstof the year to get the other money. the Danville Steam Laundry. His reOIhsMnil Mnttcr. h We are authorized to announce John disease. And all measures taken for Scabies In Kentucky A Thing Of The checking mains were taken to Cincinnati for Member Kentucky Press Association M. Farra as a candidate for representa- its eradication, cure, or even tive from Garrard county, subject to its ravages, have so tar proven unPast. and availing. In almost every state antithe action ot the democratic party. League. Will Remain In Lancaster. Eighth District Publishers Commissioner of Agriculture J. W. tuberculosis societies are organized and Neman has announced that the quaranWe are authorized to announce J. R. are devoting much time to the study Mr. Jerry Respass who for the past Lancaster, Ky., December 13, 1912. Mount as a candidate for the nomination and care of the disease, but at the few years has been following his vo- tine against Kentucky sheep, which Ns V g aW for representative from Garrard county, very-bes- t they can but educate the cation, that of a civil engineer, in the has long existed because of the existence of scabies among our flocks, Rates For Political Announcements subject to the action of the democratic people as to the best mode of living, Atlantic Coast states, has joined his will be raised in April. This means party. AT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. the observance of the laws of sanita family here and will make Lancaster 3. For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 tion, and the best methods to avoid his permanent home. Mr. Respass that the efforts of the splendid crops 10.00 Offices or County by of "I wouldnot call out the state troops contracting the disease. has clone considerable engineering m of workmanship under the direction of 15.00 For State and District Offices violence a negro to protect from mob And why should Dr. Friedman's dis- Central Kentucky and is one of the Secretary Newman has at last suc10 Box room of For Calls, per line brute who had placed desecrating covery not be a realty? The medical best civil engineers in the country, and ceeded in eradicating the disease from 10 For Cards, per line hands upon a white woman" is an ut- world agree that i time a successful we are glad to know that he will locate our flocks, and that after next April 'G All For all publications in the interterance credited to Gov. Blease of treatment for tuberculosis will be dis- in Lancaster. Anyone in need of the Kentucky sheep may again be shipped est of individuals or exprestobacco. South Carolina before the Conference covered, and why should not Dr. Fried- services of a survpyor or wishing any out of the state without the necessity sion of individual views, per of Governors in Richmond Va. last man, even though he be an "obscure grade work or civil engineering done of being accompanied by a certificate. 10 iine week. No matter how sincere the practitioner," make this discovery, as will do well to consult Mr. Respass. 05 Obituaries, per line Pulaski County Goes Dry. Governor may have been in this ut- well as one who stands higher in the terance, it is the consensus of opinion medical world. It is sincerely to be Bank Statements. The local option election held in PulWe are authorized to announce Clif- that his opinion would have much bet- hoped he has made the discovery, and aski county on Tuesday was won by The statements of the various finanton Rodes Anderson of Boyle county ter been unvoiced. There is no crime if he has his name will be handled down 34 precincts giv0. cial institutions of the county are be- the "drys", 20 out of Come to for State Senator from in the calender which so quickly ex- as one of the greatest as a candidate benefactors of ing published in the Record, as is usual ing a majority of over 20000, which is Eighteenth Senatorial District, cites the ire of a white man as the mankind the the world has ever known. at this time of year, the National and expected to be materially increased by subject to the action of the democratic maltreatment of a white woman by a full returns. The city of Somerset party. Citizens National of Lancaster last negro nothing which so quickly causes gave a dry majority of 140. About Famouse Cincinnati Hostelry Burns. week, the Garrard Bank and Trust Co. them to lose their reason, sense of years ago an election in Somerset For County Judge. ' Q Bryants-vill- e four justice, blinds them to the law and to The Gibson House, one of Cincin- of Lancaster and the Bank of resulted in a victory for the liquor peoClaythis week, and Paint Lick yet to We are authorized to announce everything save the quick and sure nati's most prominent hosteries for ple and since that time there has been ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- meting out to the brute the justice he the last half century, and the rendesv-ou- s follow. All of these institutions are in thriving condition and show a nice from ten to fifteen saloons there, but ty Judge of Garrard County subject to so richly deserves. In many, too for prominent politicians from all a when the vote was taken with the cou&m W the action of the democratic party. many, instances this crime has so in- over the country, was destroyed by surplus to the good for the year. Gar- nty as a unit the drys won, and the saVMr. r Ta cfexa. rard county has five banks, all of which furiated men, especially in our beloved fire Tuesday night. So rapid did the They loons will now cease to exist. We are authorized to announce southland, that they have in the heat flames spread that the police are in are well worth being proud of, and all will probably contest the validity of in a thrifty condition. Eeah and every James A. Beazley as a candidate for of their passion, ignored the law and clined to the belief that there was one of them have splendid gentlemen the election. County Judge of Garrard county, sub- resorted to mob violence. However, probably some loss of life, though the :: ject to the action of the Democratic in late years mob violence in the south hotel management insist that all their as their officers and directors, and they Circuit Court. party. view with each other as to who can be has been noticeably on the decrease, guests escaped. The Rendigs-Holtma- n icm Judge Hardin has been industriously 'h v.- t- "t- " i i" i men nave oecome more anu more im Co., a department store, tie Douglas the most accomodating to their cusFor County Attorney. In turn it is but just that pegging away all week at his civil tomers. - , ..rZT- -. -S KCltl 5T?"rrr" pressed with the wisdom of allowing Shoe Co. and the offices of the MissH .a.Jis35 wtmfA.'j&' J itt .KTtfJT.Jk -rr! We are authorized to announce G. B. the law to take its course, and have ouri Pacific R. R. Co. were also de- every dollar of Garrard county money docket and is making rapid strides to- .pjw: i.t"it. wr, JY'isHKlJi 7K..Sfirv Swinebroad as a candidate for the been encouraged in this plausible stroyed, and the upper ten stories of should be deposited in Garrard county ward cleaning it up. "M "7 r9L5f..' 3WlJek tf Lit rvwv.i banks, and the farmers when sellinjr Messrs II. J. Tomlinson, County Attorney of course by the law quickly and surely Ernest nomination for VrJ iTr"T the Union Trust building, a seventeen their tobacco in neighboring towns Woods and V. A. Lear were appointed county, subject to the action awarding to the culprits their just de- story fireproof office building, were Garrard BES should bring their checks home for de- Jury Commission ers to draw the names too, because tlisy Jnttr'oek esJ ove.Lp in -- :ch a wiy of the democratic party. te m serts. gutted. Property loss is estimated at jf finett driving snow or rain car.net sift under then. posit and collection. of one hundred citizens, householders This is as it should be, too long has near a million dollars. Best roof for country buiUinzs. Lecause i!i. we safe from .'! :!. clsawnss. S We are authorized to announce Green of the count to comprise the juries They'll last as loaa ts the building, tad r.c tr neci :r- - ri. 7 Clay Walker as a candidate for the our fair southland had it hurled in her Many Attractions In Lancaster Next Sat- for ensuing terms of court. nomination for County Attorney of teeth that they were too ready to Mrs. Sarah Yancey Wife Of Former The grand jury has as yet turned Apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., PrSadelphia urday Boys Corn Club, Miss Raw-so- n Garrard county, subject to the action wreak summary vengeance on these into court only fifteen indirtments, Local Beloved Pastor Of The miscreants without giving them a of the democratic party. mostly for misdemeanors They reSpeaks And Merchants chance for their life, to prove their inJKTJSr'&LJ&y5L73uf!JG3r'SkJE?T&Mci Called Church, Christian turned an indictment against Percy nocence." Sheriff. For B. F. HUDSON, President. Sales. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. Hager for murder. Hager shot and Now just when the southern people Her Suddenly To killed his brother recently in the We are authorized to announce C. A. are becoming awakened to the fact ORGANIZED 1SS3. j There will be several attractions in Bryantsville locality, claiming the Reward. Robinson as a candidate for SheritF of that it is better to await the action of Lancaster on tomorrow, Saturday the tragedy was an accident. The grand Garrard County, subject to the action the law, along comes this Governor of The Lexington Herald of Monday 14th inst, at 10 o'clock A. M. the Boys jury will finally adjourn today, Friday. of the Democratic party. South Carolina, the highest officer in contains the following account of the Corn Club exhibition and the awarding The Ralston case was taken up WedS OF LANCASTER. KY. We are authorized to announce the state, its chief executive, a man sudden death of Mrs. Sarah Yancey, of prizes will be held in the office of nesday afternoon, and will probably Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff who is sworn to uphold the law and which occurred at Giendale in Hardin County Supt. Jennie Higgins, Mr. W. consume the remainder of the week. SURPLUS $35,000. CAPITAL $50,000. his state, whose duty it H. Rogers of the College of Agriculof Garrard county, subject to the ac- constitution of county Sunday morning. is to throw around every prisoner W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. tion of the democratic party. Mrs. Yancey was the widow of the ture will be here to judge the exhibits Third Annual Farm Crop Show. charged with crime within the borders Yancey, who was at and will also give a lecture on the Rev. J. W. We are authorized to announce W. of his state overy protection which the late W. O. RlGNEY, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. "Walker, Jr., The third annual farm crop show will one time the pastor of the local Christian Boys Corn Clubs and the advantages of L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard law affords, and before a congregation Church. She had a host of friends in the College of Agriculture, and which be held in Lexington Ky in connection county, subject to the action of the of other chief executives, and an auLancaster who cherish fond recollection should be heard by every boy in the with "Farmers week" during the week dience containing many ladies, redemocratic party. Mitchell of Bowling of January 7 to 10, and a splendid and who county. Dr. marks, "to hell with the constitution", of the interesting family learned with deep regret of her sudden Green is also expected to be here and premium list is being offered for the We are authorized to announce W. S. and further openly avows S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker. T. M. Arnokl, S. L. Gibbs that he will give a lecture on Agriculture. Every best products of Kentucky farm. In Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of not offer the protection of the laws ot demise. Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold. Directors. "Mrs. Sarah K. Yancey, agedG3years member of the Boys Corn Club is urged addition to a big corn show there will Garrard county, subject to the action his state to the above named class of to bring an exhibit of his yield, both a also be liberal premiums offered for r Wua2nGtL.fSCn2l3rXZZk.Sn Hogan L. of the Democratic party. prisoners. Shame on you Gov. Belease mother of City Attorney bushel and ten ears, and to hear the several grades of tobacco, including Sunday morning its is not only a slur upon the fair Yancey, died at 4:30 County, Ky., just lectures, which will be well worth the cigarette wrapper, brightjeaf, red leaf. For Assessor. at Giendale, Hardin name of South Carolina, but upon lugs, trash and flyings; for each of to her home time and trouble expended. We are authorized to announce Dave the entire south, a blow at a work before she was to return At 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon at these grades three premiums are offeriTS'jTK'B' VX? C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor which it has taken years to accomplish, in Lexington. .j i .! 3&n " rs. Yancey's death was entirely the court house Miss Fannie C. Raw-so- ed as follows: $25. to first, $10. to 2nd. Mrs of Garrard county subject to the ac- and which is not vet entirely accom State Librarian of Library Com- and $5. to third. The tobacco will be Lexington Tuestion of the democratic pt rty. plished, the stamping out of mob law; unexpected. She left day, apparently in fair health, although mission, will give a free lecture on sold in ten pound packages and on the Every year thousands upon thousands of farmers a tacit encouragement to violators of We are authorized to ainounce Mr. she had not been in the best of health Library Extension in Kentucky, which Saturday following the show, the sam law within his own state. the lose their hog3 cholera. You E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomiof her son, Worth will be of great interest, and which ples exhibited will be sold at one of the save your hogs However, we are glad to say that since the death Lexington warehouses and the proceeds everyone should hear. nation of Assessor of Garrard County, Yancey, about three months ago. She from this dread disease if you will begin at once and d among the The merchants of the city are hold- of the sale will be subject to the action of the democratic Gov. Blease met with scant to Giendale, which is about fifty in his drastic utterance. went give them Every exhibitor will be party. ing their annual sales, and have mark- exhibitoos. Louisville, to deliver a Upon the other hand he received a miles south of We are authorized to announce J. B. severe verbal castigation at the hands speech on the occasion of the regular ed their wares down to rock bottom required to pay the membership fee of Collier as a candidate for the nomina- of some of his colleagues, and but for Christian Women's Board of Mission prices and this is a splendid opportuni- fifty cents which entitles them to all the privileges of the exhibition. All tion for assessor of Garrard county, the ruL's of courtesy as from one day celebration held there Saturday, ty to do Christmas shopping. entries must be grown by the exhibitor. and expected to return to Lexington subject to the action of the democratic Governor to another, he would have Louis Landram's Opinion Of A Few Lan- Entries close on Jan. 4th and all exhibparty. night. been much more severely dealt with. last its must be in place by Jan. 6tn. For In order to reach home Sunday night caster People As Expressed We are authorized to announce W. As it was a resolution was adopted Use it in the food and drink and your hogs will full information write to Prof. T. R. she planned to leave Giendale about L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- condemning him for his utterances. In His Good Paper The Bryant, Superintendent of Extension 6 morning. never have the cholera. wait until they sick. Utterances like the above falling o'clock Sunday or of Garrard county subject to the Division, Agricultural College, LexingShe had retired feeling well, but Messenger. from the lips of men such as he men Begin giving your hogs this medicine now. party. action of the Democratic is the ton. was attacked with whose primary duty it is to uphold the about 2:30 o'clock only remedy in the world sold With the immense amount of high FARRA ANNOUNCES. choking sensation and a physician a Guarantee Bond law, to afford the full pretection of the a For School Superintendant. was summoned. He did not think her Our good friend, Mr. John M. Farra, graue seed corn anu the superior to prevent and cure hog cholera. law to every prisoner, regardless of serious, but while he was has announced as a candidate to again quality of tobacco raised in Carrard We are authorized to announce Miss the degree of his crime, are calculated attack was preparing treatment she became worse, represent Garrard county in the Gener- county this year, this is a splendid Jennie Higgins as a candidate for to encourage a most dangerous evil, a 4:30 died, after an illness of al Assembly. School Superintendant for Garrard black crime Mr. Farra is one of the opportunity for some of our farmers to of itself, mob law, a cus- and about only about two hours. The phj sician most progressive men in Central Ken- make some extra money in the way of county, subject to the action of the tom which we are sorry to say has prepremiums on their products. diagnosed tne case as one of angina tucky, and his county should Democratic party. vailed to some extent in the south, but pectoris, and Mrs. Yancey, before she him without opposition. which has always been frowned upon became so seriously ill attributed her Christian Church Of Lancaster To Erect For Jailer. GOES WITH NEWSPAPER. by the better class, the law abiding illness to the eating of some hickory We are authorized to announce Jack element, and which has gradually The Lancaster Record announces its Handsome Addition To Their BuildAdams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- grown into disuse, and which we truly nuts. success in securing the services of Mr. Mrs. Yancey was one of the most ing In Early Spring. rard county, subject to the action of hope will not be given a new momenR. L. Elkin as business manager for widely known and most intellectual tum, not even in the state of South the Democratic party. good paper. Mr. Elkin will enter The congregation of the local Chris women in the State, and had been that Carolina, by the encouragement offered upon his duty first of the year. He is tian church will build a handsome adengaged for many years as an imporWe are authorized to announce Dave its leaders by Gov. Blease. HERE'S TEE HOG READ THIS LEFTE8 tant factor in missionary work, espe- a splendid gentleman, and has the abil- dition to their church as soon in the Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Garity and energy to make good. spring of 1913 as the weather will percially of the C W. B. M., of which she rard county, subject to the action of BOURBON REMEDY CO., POPULAR EDITOR. The daily press is heralding the dis- was corresponding secretary for Kenmit. The old edifice with the exception party. the Democratic Lexington, Ky. covery by Dr. Frederich Franz Fried- tucky, and also St ate Organizerjfor the Mr. Green Clay Walker, editor of The of the main auditorium will be razed ' 'Enclosed find photo of a hog that was cured of cholera with your Bourbon HoJ man of Berlin Germany of a cure for C W. B. M. Had she lived, she would Lancaster Record, was nere yesterday and thirteen additional rooms will be For Magistrate. Cholera Remedy. The hog was almost dead before using this medicine and then h tuberculosis. The Dr. claims, accord- have celebrated her birth hustling for his paper. Mr Walker has built, including Sunday school and was entirely cured except the loss of ears, tail, etc. The hog is owned by Mr. Skiles We. are authorizea to announce ing to the press, that he has discovered day Jannary 23. Ewing, Bowling Green, Ky. He will be glad to give you a testimonial and we not been in the best of health for some class rooms, ladies parlor, lavatory and ohn N. White as a candidate for a serum obtained from turtles, which can get several more if you want them." new and modern heating She was the widow of the Rev. time, but is, we are glad to note, much library. A JENKINS-SUBLETDRUG CO., Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- win cure tne a read disease, in most Worth Yancey, formerly pastor of the improved. He was accompanied yes- plant will also be installed. The ad Bowling Green, Ky. rard county, subject to the action of cases with one treatment, but invari- Broadway Christian church, of Louis- terday by Mr. Jack Burnside, of The dition will be built in the rear and to ably with as many as three injections. ville, who died about sixteen years Record office. the democratic party. the south of the old structure and will It is claimed that the disease may be ago, and had lived in Lexington for be modern in every respect. The same WELL KNOWN IN BOYLE. We are authorized to announce cured in a very short time, even in its the last fourteen years. She was a artitect who drew the plans ior our Moss as a candidate for MagWaltonE. Mr. G. B, Swinebroad, of Lancaster, most advanced stages. It is not claim- member of the Broadway Christian handsome new graded school building This wonderful remedy is also guaranteed to prevent worms, thumps, scours istrate in the first district of Garrard ed that it will restore lost lungs or has announced as a candidate for coun- will furnish the plans for the church and all liver disorders. It regulates the bowels, aids digestion and causes hogs to church, in which she was an active County, subject to the action of the ty attorney of Garrard, subject to the addition, and the proposed work will tissues, but that if the patient has worker. fatten quickly. Use it and get your money back if you don't find it the best hog democratic partv. Democratic p.imary next August. Mr. cost somewhere in the neighborhood of sufficient vitality to stand the treatremedy made. Mrs. Yancey was born at Williams-towSwinebroad, who is a son of Mr. G. A. We are authorized to announce Ship-to-n ment, which is in no wise severe, he $5,000. Grant County, Ky., where her Swinebroad, the prominent farmer and COSTS ONLY FIVE CENTS PER MONTH FOR EACH HOG may be cured. Dr. Friedman claims two surviving brothers, H. Estes as a candidate for At the meetings held on last Sunday the cost of the serum will be nominal, Overton Hogan and Mr. Eli Hogan, trader, is well known in Danville and between $2600. and $2700. was subin the first district of Garraid NOTICE: This Is the remedy they are all trying to Imitate. Beware county, subject to the action of the the actual cost-omanufacture being still reside. Besides her two brothers, Boyle county. He is an attorney of scribed, and a sufficient amount is exability, and has many friends here who pected to be raised this week which of Imitations! Ask your druggist for Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy les3 than one dollar per dose, and that she is survived by one son, City Atdemocratic party. will be glad to see him succeed in his supplemented by the funds already on and accept nose but BOURBON. as the cultures multiply very rapidly, torney Hogan L. Yancey, and one We are authorized to announce it may be procured in ambitions. SOLD BY HASELDEN BROS., LANCASTER. KY. hand will suffice to pay the expense of inexhaustible daughter, Miss Lela Yancey, a student Charles C. Becker as a candidate for quantites. EDITOR FOR ATTORNEY. erecting the new addition. at TransylvaniaJJniversity. Magistrate in the second district of The medical fraternity differ widely The local Christian church has a The funeral will be held at 10:30 In last issue of the Lancaster Record Garrard county, subject to the action as to the discovery, some claiming o'clock Tuesday morning at the Editor Green Clay Walker announced membership of over 400, and the conof the democratic Dartv. that Dr. Friedman is an obscure physi- Broadway Christian church, the Rev. as a candidate for the Democratic nom- gregation takes great pride in their cian and that were the discovery true Mark Collis officiating, The names of ination for attorney in Garrard. Mr. church edifice, and it is their desire to We are authorized to announce Tayit would be heralded through the medi- the assisting ministers and the pall "Walker has been a close student of law. have it second to none in this section lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Magistrate in the second district of Gar- cal press and. would not come first bearers will be announced later. In- and has had several years experience in of Kentucky, and the liberality with rard county, subject to the action of handed through the lay press. Other terment will be in the family lot in active practice. Like his brother, Judge which they answer to the call for funds physicians accept the reported discove- the Lexington cemetery. Lewis L. Walker, he is a born lawyer. with which to make the improvement the democratic Dartv. ry as true, and will so believe until The deepest symoathy goes out in He has made a splendid paper of the would indicate that they intend to place We are authorized to announce Davis they are convinced to the contrary. unstinted measure to the remaining Record and done hard work for his their church in the front rank. The Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate What a boon to humanity if such a members of this interesting and widely party. Green is a deserving young new addition will be. of pressed brick in the first Magisterial district of Gar- discovery has been made, if this dread beloved family, on whom in recent man and we trust, should he be elect- with stone foundation and when comrard county, subject to the action of disease may be cured as readily and as months death has laid so heavy a ed to office, he will still remain in the pleted will present a handsome Home Ky. Office easily as it is reported that Dr. Fried- - hand." the democratic partv. newspaper harness. The Central Record ' We are authorized to announce Logan Ison as a candidate for Magis- trate in the second district of Garrard county, subject to the action of the i.AAAAlirr 0 il ! -t I S -j COM PAN Y. M I $ 8 Loose Lea Mill r k i I 1 1 1 120 feet. Plenty floor space, 608 feet stalls for wagons. Plenty shed modern conveniences. for your horses. Highest price for your a I First Sale Tuesday, I Nov., i 19th, 1912. see us. g $ 1 &W$f0&i!i$W&&t-&&m SJT&W):& m J. D. CLARK, Manager jr .MEEffiE, i? i or Kv gfL &m ij k: SETS "5r- -- ' m iiyr r3 -- yss i .ii- - : . --- . . -- - LiJARE F3REPROOF! T "i - Storm-proo- f, t!-- e Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- r. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. 1 n, PiEVENT vith &mjRj& SUA. r- cn pro-rate- BOUSBON HOG CHOLESA REMEDY Don't get under It re-ele- ct - sixty-fourt- T GUARANTEED OR MONEY BACK n, Mag-strat- e, or f w. o. Riney Funeral Director and Embalmer. Fhone 18. Phone 33. Lancaster, ' i M v, J Section No. TWENTY 2. t?3 s- M.-- BTM A wf "1 PURE RELIGION, ON'LARNISIIED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT THID NTR1 LJLj BE CORD Section No. 2. ET. sjjKgstf&KJKaaabrt.T.''ffl LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13 1912. ,BBi'sBaas:gsi5asaa2aBia8ia NUMBER SB. rrL-'.- 1 i A JiBI 8" B I ijasajurFaapafifclli s Merchandise at Manufacturers Cost for We say Real Sale because we are offering Real y prices, nor do we order goods the next 10 days. We have no shop worn goods to offer you at to be used in sales, better known as sale junk. First-Clasgive-awa- v 1 yOver 1 1 jy and $ 0.00 Boys $8,50 Boys $7.50 Boys $6.50 Boys 1 te it In This Store At COST $7.50 6.50 5.50 4.50 - 1 $20.00 Overcoats reduced to $14,50 $ 5.00 Overcoats reduced to .50 $12,50 Overcoats reduced to 8.50 7.50 $10.00 Overcoats reduced to 5.50 $7.50 Overcoats reduced to BIG LINE OF BOYS SUITS. Norfolk Suits Norfolk Suits Norfolk Suits Norfolk Suits $20.00 8.00 5.00 12.50 0.00 1 1 1 Mens Suits at Mens Suits at Mens Suits at Mens Suits at Mens Suits at $14.75 3.75 11.75 8.75 7.50 1 T rse & baker Wagon Given Away Dec Up-To-D- ate 21st. Let us show you quality in Clean Merchandise at prices which can not be duplicated for quality and style offered. This Seasons Goods Fresh and New. OOOOOxt l4 A We will send up a BALOON every day next week, Commencing MONDAY, DECEMBER 16th. Each baloon will contain two coupons, the first coupon will call for the article mentioned below and the second coupon will call for something which will be a real surprise for you. The person getting these coupons and bringing to our store will get them cashed at once. MONDAYS BALOON will go up at 2:30 p. m. and will contain two coupons, coupon No will call for Boys Jersey Sweater worth $2.50. Coupon No. 2 will be surprise coupon. TUESDAYS BALLOON will go up at 2:30 p. m. and will contain two coupons, coupon No will call for one pair boys shoes worth $3.00, coupon No 2 will be surprise coupon. WEDNESDAY BALOON will go up at 2:30 p. m. and will contain two. coupons, coupon No will call for pair mens gloves worth $1,00 coupon No 2 will be surprise coupon. THURSDAY BALOON will go up at 2:30 p. m. and will contain two coupons, coupon No will call for Man's Sweater worth $2.00 coupon 1 INN 1 1 1 1 1 1 No 2 will be surprise coupon. FRIDAYS BALOON wi 11 go up at 2:30 p. rn. and will contain 2 coupons, coupon No will call for Man's Suit worth $10.00, coupon No 2 will be surprise coupon, SATURDAYS BALOON will go up at 0:30 a. m, and will contain two coupons, coupon No will call for Boys' Raincoat worth $4.00, coupon No 2 will be surprise coupon. 1 1 1 .j Watch for our Baloons, Watch for our Clothing prices, Watch our quality Watch our new goods, Watch our styles and let us see your face in our store every day from now. mtfil Christmas Day which marks the closing date of this price cutting event. ces; WW 5 HIBBB r Qua;li-t3- Ih H MB MMBHIMHMB t Xy iHHHIHHH IHHHHH I L&$ h if ?7-" A r .v ' Rids You Of Indigestion Or Your Money Back. MI-O-N- A "Flnds Tongues In A man writes well only what he seen or suffered. De Goncourt,. Trees" has Do You Own A Hyomei PUT Inhaler For Catarrh? TO MONEY TEST AT THE HAIRDRESSER'S KRAUSE. By R. E. McRoberts & Son is authorized Home Politics. to refund your money if you take "What is this initiative and referStomach for endum?" ''Its this way. If I want Tablets indigestion or any stomach tlistretis or o go anywhere, or do anything, I misery and are dissatisfied with the ake initiative by mentioning It to my wife. Then she decides whether I results. guarantee also applies an or not. That's the referendum." And this same to any condition caused by out of order Courier-Journastomach such as Sallow Skin, Pimples, Headache, Dizziness, Nervousness, White Oak School Honor Roll. Sleeplessness, Despondencp, etc. Linnie B Rankin. Gth, grade So why should you suffer longer from 4th, grade Allen Holtzclaw, Louis an unclean Stomach when you can try Stomach Tablets, thepresrip-tio- n Gordon Dudderar. 3rd, grade Annie McGuffey. Ranoi a specialist on his liberal no som Moser, Hubble Sheron. benefit no pay plan. 2nd, grade Luther Dale Rich. A large box for 50 cents at R. E. 1st, grade J. T. Sheron, Walter McRoberts & Son and pharmacists McGuffey, Gracie Naylor. America over. l. MI-O-N- A "No, my hair isn't really thin, as hair Young Stacey walked into the pargoes," agreed the girl as she settled garrard circuit culiRT. lor after the manner of one who had frequently been there before, deposit- herself in the hairdresser's chair and lTurner FIoyd's Administrator. I'lff. ed his box of candy on the table, snap- neipea iuck me wnue uio uruuuu uci "But it's so fine! It grows won-- ! ped his fingers at the pet dog, smiled nec Defendants. beamingly on Miss Becker and sat derfully for curly hair you know, ' Monroe Floyd, et al Pursuant to a judgement rendered they say curly hair is never long but down. j "Eugenia," he said, "If I had one mine really is surprisingly long, if only herein at the November It rin, 11)12, will sell i Ymi see. It comes the undersigned Commi.-io..e- i ivmiirt otnv in million dollars would you marry me?" tlUUlU WVMJ public auction, before the court LaR:d-.tfr- . The young woman looked startled, ' out dreadfully -- I must have a wonder-- at Ktvittiek sure I'd bo house door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 but recovered herself. "You haven't fully healthy scalp, or I'm o'clock A. M. or theieabouts, on it," she said, as though that settled bald at the rate It comes out, except MONDAY DECEMBER 23, 1912. for the rapidity of its growth! the case. "All I want these treatments for is it beine the first day of the Garrard "Stranger thlngB have happened," declared young Stacey. "Other men to make It stop falling out! Do you County Court teim, the real estate i i have had unknown uncles die in Aus- think they'll do the work? I want to mentioned in the pleadings and descritralia or Alaska and leave them vast try one or two first, and If they seem bed as follows, I of QUALITY. Ip Garrard County, Ky., on the head I wealth. Why am I different from oth- to do me good, then I'll take the whole Sugar Creek near Burdett's of g er men? Why should you deny me course. So you see, you'd better give watersand bounded as follows: Begin- I me a particularly good treatment this Knob an unknown uncle?" ning at a stone, corner to Cyru3 Griffith; "Jimmy Stacey!" exclaimed the time. thence with his line due East 17 Paste In Your Hat. "My hair oily? No, never! Yes, it poles to a stone, corner to same; thence young woman, doubtfully. "Have you THE DOCTORS QUESTION PKEACJIEKNYILLK. The postoffice department will on really did you have you honestly may seem slightly so just now, for North 19 poles and 4 links to a stone, " I've been using a tonic that makes it corner to Monroe Flojd; thence West Much Sickness Due To Bowlel Disorders. Jan. 1, 1914 inaugurate the parcels got an unknown uncle "I don't see why I shouldn't have," that ay, but you ought to see it when 17 poles to another stone, corner to post system, and we give below what Aunt Judith McCall of Rroadhead, is A doctor's first question when conyoung Stacey in an injured tone. it's just washed! It's so fluffy it said Floyd; thence South 19 poles and LAWYER and CMJNTY ATTORNEY. is at present obtainable in said 4 links to the containing 2 visiting Mrs. Evan Foley. by a patient, "are your bowels information sulted "I don't see why you shouldn't think looks as if I had oceans of it that's acres more orbeginning, less. The said decedregard to it including rates. 1 think it's better to VV ill PiaclH' . I i...rt- - if it would be so remarkable. It doesn't ono consolation. that ninety-eigm The prayer meeting at the Baptist regular?" He knows Any articleis mailable if not over 11 take any particular amount of brains have fino hair and not have so much, ent got title to the said land by deed per cent, of illness is attended church is also progressing very nicely. from J. C. B. Collier and Flora Collier 17. S. !"wirici I'otir!. pounds in weight nor more than 72 in- to have relatives. That isn't what I'm but have it fluffy, than have coarse, dated 9th. day of September, 1893. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams and with inactive bowels and torpid liver, ches in length and girth combined, never looks decent, recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Otlice over Police nor interested in, though. What I want to straight hair that U'. PtttH MM family visited Mi. and Mrs. W. H. and that this condition must be remov- likely to injure the mails or postal know is whether you'd marry me if I don't ycu? Oh, yours is straight, isn't office in Deed Book No. 12 page 37. ed gently and thoroughly before health The purpose of this sale is to settle Cummins. it? But then yours isn't very coarse, had a fortune left me." equipment or employes. can be restored. .Mcst people naven t very nne the estate of Turner Floyd and after is it: "The idea!" Mrs. Ona Naylor and daughter. Miss Above 4 ounces, rates are by the paying debts, for distributions of the Rexall Orderlies are a positive, pleas"Well, would you? The last time hair, have they? But then. I suppose proceeds among the parties entitled to Carrie visited Mrs. Elizabeth Barker pound or fraction thereof, and varying redeeming features. (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) ant and safe remedy for constipation you detlined my heart and hand it they have other receive same, for all of which judgat Crab Orchard. "I hope this tonic won't make my ment has been rendered in the above and bowel disorders in general. We with distance as follows: was on the score that we couldn't live Mr. and Mrs. Pendleton Williams, of First Each ad- - 11 en my salary. If I had a million hair greasy I can't bear that! If it styled action. are so certain of their great remedial near Hubble, visited her parents Mr. value that we promise tc return the pound ditional lb. lbs. now " does I'll never come again! Don't you TERMS: and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter. Rural route and "Of course," said Miss Becker, "it think you ought to rub it until it's dry? This sale will be made on a credit of purchaser's money in every case when I've heard that artificial dryers aren't six months and the purchaser will be city delivery 05 .03 .15 would make a dfference." The Baptist brethren will meet Satur- they fail to produce entire satisfaction. Office at Kainey s Livery Stable. by required to execute bond with approvzone 05 .03 .35 . "Eugenia!" young Stacey cried good for the hair. Well, we'll see day the 14th to call a pastor. Rev. Rexall Orderlies are eaten like candy, -- -- you should be mercenary and the results. Of course, I don't expect ed security for the purchase price due Lancaster. Kentucky 06 zone .46 "That .04 Wm. McHutchins will preach Saturday, they a'ct quietly and have a soothing, cent inwhat is worse openly glory in it! impossibilities from this fiist treat- in six months bearing six peruntil paid, zone 07 .57 .05 per annum from date Rev. Cornelius on Sunday. terest strengthening, healing influence on the What are girls coming to nowadays? ment but it ought to tell a little about having th3 force and eifect of a judgzone 03 .68 Men .06 Messrs Eugene Duvall and Woodson entire intestinal tract. They do not used to be loved for themselves the final result. upon which execution may issue, 09 .79 alone, but now a fellow has to sign .07 "Oh, is that little thing the same ment Carpenter, who have been employed purge, gripe cause nausea, flatulence, 1,000 mile zone payable to W. H. Brown, Master Com1.00 and swear to an agreement to provide you use for facial massage? I never missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court .09 near Greensburg, Ind., are with their excessive looseness, diarrhoea or other 1.400 milezone .. .10 Who So Ever 1.11 so many tailor suits and party dresses had a facial massage just run it over and a lien will be reserved upon all the 1,800 mile zone ... .11 .10 homefolks for the winter. annoying effect. They are especially 1.32 and so much pocket money before my face, will you, so I can know how property sold until all of the purchase Come and g- t &HAVED at the NEAT .12 Over 1,800 miles... .12 Jones L. Andsrson purchased of J. P. good for children, weak persons or old The Postmaster General may make they will even consent to place him it feels? Oh, isn't that delicious! money is paid. and CLEAN .Shop on street. sizes, 25c. and 10c. Sold my forehead a few Ballard his farm here of 57 acres for folks. Two W. H. BROWN, provision for indemnity, insurance, and on the waiting list! I thought you Just run it across getonly at our store The Rexall Store. $4,500. Mr. Ballard will move to his times, will you? You know, I'm The Old Reliable Barber. Master Commissioner Garrard Circollection on delivery, with additional were different!" other farm near here in Garrard. "I'm not mercenary," insisted the ting wrinkles in my forehead! Did cuit Court. charges for each service, and may, young woman HENRY DUNCAN FARMER'S FLASHLIGHTS "I just have common you ever hear of such a thing in a perH. C. Kauffman, Atty. A lively bunch of youngsters stormed with the consent of the Interstate sense. I'm not going to starve to son of my age? I know I worry a Wm. Ranke and wife on Tuesday night. By "L. W.G." Commerce Commission after investiga- death with any man, and have him great deal, but that comes of having The callers report a very pleasant time. ONK; Office Htrtir-- i r The rusty plow will not turn the dirt tion modify rates, weights, and zone hate me because I can't greet him at such a conscientious disposition! I'm Everyone who visits this good German distances, when experience has demon- dinner time with a smile and mani- always assuming responsibilities that y M to I il to 14. The quitter will never win. llrat Sim couple has a mighty nice time. cured hands and a dress-udress! are really too heavy for my years?! Of If you wait for success to come to strated the need thereof. 1 know I'm not bragging Mr. John W. Reynolds of Paint Lick, you you will be disappointed. It's Distinctive stamps must be used on Men are so Inconsistent, you know! course, you think it's anything to brag They have a lurking Idea that any truly don't is here superintending the preparation much better to go after it. all parcels. of ,do you giving one's life to others DENTIST. of Mr. W. C. Cummins tobacco crop All parcels must be mailed at Post woman who is truly feminine should and using up one's vitality on little The dull hoe will not cut the sprout. be able to scrub the kitchen floor, Lh noisier. ICv. Phone tin. for market, he is an expert handler of When a man learns a lesson from Office and must bear name and address things, when one should, I suppose, GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. of sender. Unless containing name cook dinner over a hot stove, answer keep all one's energies for one's own the weed. actual experience it stays with him for the bell and the phone and polish the Ehas Leavell's Administraand address, will be held as postage Mr. John Kennedy sold his farm a long time. silver all at once, and yet greet her affairs ! Plaintiffs. tor, et al, due. "But, then, there are always some Keep all the tools bright and sharp. here to Mr. W. H. Cummins and husband at the front door looking as SV though, she was on her way to an ex- who have to assume the burdens of sNo bought a house and lot in Crab OrGive a foci half the road and pass on. Could Shout For Joy. those who are selfish and who think Elias Leavell's Heirs and tremely fashicnable afternoon tea!" chard from Mrs. Elizabeth Barker for The dull axe will not cut the wood. Defendants. that they are to be kept for some big Creditors, "If you cared about gro$600. He will run an Stock exposed to all kinds of winter "I want to thank you from the bot- young Stacey, grimly, "you me," said work, without worry! My sister is Pursuant to a judgment rendered wouldn't cery. weather doesn't do well.. Neither do tom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, feel that way she imagines that just be- herein at the November Term, 1912, that way!" tools. of Lewisburg, W. Va., "for the Large crowds attend each meeting of "That's all you know about it!" re cause she teaches kindergarten she is the undersigned Commissioner will sell '. TV. Morrow, GrmUtute Opticino) Farming is a serious proposition. So wonderful double benefit I got from clared Miss Becker. "Xo, you sit right doing something important 'training at public auction, before the Court the Sunday school at the Baptist church W.a.sm Ht:.l..iitlifacUtnOiiHtitihHM. 11 douse door in Lancaster, Ky., at Electric Bitters, in curing me of both a over there where you are! Now, tell the future men and women,' she calls o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on much interest manifested, it is conced-o- d is any other vocation. More touls rust out than wear out. severe case of stomach trouble and of me, honestly have you inherited a it and she's always studying for it, to be the best Sunday school ever MONDAY DECEMBER 23, 1912. and she absolutely hardly ever goes Of It's the man who takes care of things rheumatism, from which I had been an million?" held in this community. The officers out with me. She's awfully selfish it being the first day of the Garraro "Would you marry me if I had?" almost helpless sufferer for ten yearj. and teachers meet with others in the that succeeds. "I might as well be honest," sighed that way. But I have to forgive her, Lounty Court term, the real estate The man who constantly takes from It suited my case as though made just homes on Friday evenings to study the Miss Becker. "I would. Only 1 for, of course, when she doesn't go I mentioned in the pleadings and described his land without giving something in forme." For dyspepsia, indigestion, lessons. have the use of her things and, work- as follows, County, wouldn't, because you'd say that I Ky., and is in two In Garrard return is a robber and will soon rob his jaundice, and to rid the system of kidney ing as she does, she can have so many tracts, the first tract was conveyed to Royal blocd and splendid indh iduality. land of all it has. poisons that cause rheumatism, Electric icou would be, too," insisted young lovely things that I personally could cllias Leavell by Susie Leavel! by deed A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sate. Sage Stops Dand"Go deeper," is one of the very best Bitters have no superior. Try them. Stacey, in an Injured tone. "But I'd hardly afford. Jated January b", 1883, and recorded in "Oh, aren't you going to run that Deed Book No G, page 140, in the J. F. ROBINSON. mottoes for the farmer. It's the deep Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. take you!" Lancaster. Ky , . i l.f,. tn And Loss. "Men certainly are foolish," mused thing over my head any more? Why, oarraru i r ouniy vierh. a onice, aim r is plowing that brings results. Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & you, I thought that was the principal part bounded as follows: the young woman. "I do Take care of your land and it will Son. This Great Hair Tonic, Grower Ar.d Begining at a stone on the line of the Jimmy. I'm sorry that you unknown of the treatment electricity and I do take care of you. Rob it and it will just love it, it's so nice and soothing former Garrard County Poor House uncle hasn't died." He Advertised At Last. give you your just deserts. Buckeye precinct near two Beautifier Now Sold AH Over America. "How unfeeling!" commented young I could go to sleep! Just do it a while tract in the with the line of said tract elms; thence Even a rusty pitch fork doesn't work There was a man in our town, longer. I'm sure my hair needs it! N Stacey. "I've no doubt he enjoyed 7i W 35 poles to a stake in the creek And he was wondrous wise; life just as much as we do. Eugenia, Oh, what if there are other appoint- (Sugar) on the line of James Lear; The Giroux Manufacturing Company well. Ofliice over Loga:: s store. pig is a bad piece of He swore (it was his policy) I'm awfully unhappy because you ments? Can't they wait a while? I thence with his line N 51) E down the of Buffalo, N. Y., American makers of The runty had to! Remember, my whole course ;reek bottom 28 poles to a stone near tie.idence Phone 75. won't say yes. I don't blame you for He would not advertise. PARISIAN sage.have authorized R. E. property. Otliee Pltooe 8 turning me down on that salary. 1 depends upon this first treatment, so the creek on the South side; thence You never lose by being a gen- But one sad day he advertised, McRoberts & Son to refund the price N 87 E 25 poles to an elm at the turn you'd best make it thorough. knew I'd no business to ask you, but And thereby hangs a tale, to any purchaser if PARISIAN Sage tlemaneven on the farm. "Now, don't comb it fussy I detest of the creek; thence S 24i W 34. 4 poles I couldn't help it. I don't want you There is nothing like good neighbors. The ad. was set in quite small type does not banish dandruff, stop falling to marry me because I have a million, fussily dressed hair. Just neat and to the beginning containing 5 acres and second tract adjoins the Have all you can and by doing right And headed "Sheriff's Sale." A3. and spliting hair and scalp itch. Oh, mercy, not 15 poles. The simple and pretty. but because you love me." aforesaid tract and across the creek keep them. But PARISAN Sage will do more. It "But you haven't got a million!' like that! Why, that makes me look from same West thereof and adjoins Don't burn your weeds and rubbish. HAIR HEALTH. will promote a new growth of hair if cried Miss Becker in an exasperated just like an old mild! I want it coil- the land of A. D. Ford. Mary Sanders End Haul them out to some tbin place and tone, the more intense because she ed and brought low in the back, in and heirs of T. L. Sanders and is on the hair root is not already dead, and You Have Sealp Or Hair Trouble, was on the verge o tears. "It isn't three of those rolls, but not just like Sugar creek and contains about 20 If LANCASTER, KY. will preserve the natural color of the they will do the rest. shop girls wear them I want some- acres. fair It't the man who looks ahead that Take Advantage Of This Offer. hair Residence Phone 23. is to settle Office Phone 6. The purpose of this sale "Eugenia," said young Stacey, com- thing original. No, I hate puffs, It puts the radiance of sunshine into gets there. Always have your work the estate of Elias Leavell and after We could not afford to so strongly en- ing close to her, "I admit that I have they're all out of style! distributions of the hair and makes it beautiful and planned before you begin, then you will "I think I won't take the whole paying debts, forthe parties entitled the you are doing. know what to proceeds among dorse Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and con- n't a million. My unknown uncles are good to look upon. Women who use wretchedly healthy they never die course here, the assistants are too judgment it once throw aside all others 50 cents Don't buy tools for rust to destroy. tinue to sell it as we do, if it did not When they do the town authorities us- impertinent! What's that? No, I do receive same, for all of which has been rendered in the above styled They are too expensive. do all we claim it will, Should our ually at all dealers. trace me and send me the bill not expect to have a scalp treatment action. Make war on your rats and mice. enthusiasm carry us away, and Rexall for funeral expenses. But I've had a and a facial massage and my hair TERMS: This sale will be made on All Work Guaranteed. There is no money in them to you, "93" Hair Tonic not give entire satis- jump in salary at the office. I'm head dressed in the newest fashion, all for a credit of six months and the purchaser TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE A roguish sow looks best in the faction to the users, they would lose of the department now. Do you think fifty cents! I think I shall find some will be required to execute bond with Kentucky. Lick. ono who is not so mercenary. Good approved security for the purchase price fattening pen. faith in us and our statements, and in we'd starve on twenty a week?" due in six months bearing six per cent Money Back for any case of "Jimmy," said Miss Becker from his morning!" Don't forget to stop the gullies. consequence our business, prestige per annum from dale untill naid, having coat collar, "somehow I don't care a Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache that They will soon spoil a field and they would suffer. the force and offect of a judgment upon House of the Dalai Lama. which execution may issue, payable to We assure you that if your hair is bit that it Isn't a million! I'm so foolnever produce even a nubbin. Solace Fails To Remove. ishly happy!" Tho Dalai Lama's late temporary W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of Had you evor thought what this beginning to unnaturally fall out or if residence at Kalimpong, the Bhutan the Garrard Circuit Court and a Hen upon all the property will SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medi- world would be like if every person you have any scalp trouble, Rexall Durbar house, is now occupied by sold be reserved the purchase money is Herculaneum and Pompeii. "93" Hair Tonic is without question until all of cal discovery of three German Scien- were just like you? The twin cities of mournful destiny Raja Ujen Dorjee's sister, the Kazini tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals The steady gait is the one that the best remedy we know of to eradi- were both engulfed at the same time Wangmola. The Lama's three rooms, paid, W. H. BROWN, Oftice over Hut A Mi1erOHs. and Purifies the Blood. It is easy to counts. Nothing in jerks and spurts. cate dandruff, stimulate hair growth August, 79 A. D. The reason why the audience chamber, sitting room Master Commissioner of the Garrard They tear up too much machinery. and prevent premature baldness. take, and will not affect the weakest Herculaneum has not been excavated and bedroom, are just as he left them. Our faith in Rexall "93" Hair Tonic to the same extent as Pompeii is owHundreds of butter lamps He about Circuit Court. stomach. L. L. Walker, Att'y. is so strong that we ask you to try it ing to the fact that it was covered on tables and mantel shelves and, the It is guaranteed under the Pure Food JUDGE FOR YOURSELF on our positive guarantee that your with a much harder material than was windows being closed, the smell of School. Sne Bennett Memorial and Drugs Law to be absolutely free money will be cheerfully refunded if it Pompeii; the dust predominating in rancid butter is sickening. A large from opiates or harmful drugs of any Which is Better-T- ry an Experiment or does not do as we Admittedly one of the very best schools claim. Two sizes, Pompeii, while the lava prevailed ovei shrine Is being erected in the Lama's description Herculaneum. There is not much bedroom. This room will thus be50c. and $1.00. Sold only-a- t our store SOLACE is a pure specific in every Profit by a Lancaster Citizen's in the State. Five Schools in one. doubt about the eventual opening up come a kind of holy of holies in the The Rexall Store. Be it ordained by the City Council of way, and has been proven beyond quesof both cities. Human curiosity, to estimation of the northern Buddhists, Experience. tion to be the surest and quickest remgether with the demands of history The dais In the audience chamber Is the City of Lancaster; and after the High School, Normal School, Graded School Section 1. That from edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to and science, will not rest until Her- beautifully painted in Tibetan fash- - passage of this ordinance, it shall be unSample of Business Man. Something new is an experiment. School of Music, Commercial School. canmedical science, no matter how long Motorist (to victim) What is your culaneum has been made to tell its Ion, with a gorgeous colored silk lawful for any person or persons, or Must be proved to be as represented. secrets. It is unlikely, however, that opy overhead. comname and address? standing. It reaches and removes the firm or firms, or corporation or Victim John C. LEWIS. Prin. London. Ky. The statement of a manufacturer is Colored Chinese silk canopies were pany to sell, lend, vend, give or ex- J. Smith, 14 Bean street. Motorist All there will be much new knowledge root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and not convincing proof of merit. right, Smith. Can't stop now, but to- gained from Its excavation, but little also hung above his bed and couch. change within the City of Lancaster purifies the blood. But the endorsement of friends is. morrow I will call st your house and more than has already come to us There was also some fine European any fire crackers, Roman candles, skyTHE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek fire works Now supposing you had a bad back, try and convince you that you should from Pompeii. furniture in all the rooms. The namt rockets, or any description or explosives and any perare the Sole U. S. Agents and have on the lintel of any kind or A lame, weak, or aching one, carry an accident policy in the comof each room was written son who violates this ordinance shall thousands of voluntary testimonial letpany I represents Puck. outside in bold cursive Tibetan char upon conviction be fined in any sum not Would you experiment on it? Not Wholly Satisfactory. ters which have been received from You will read of many curless than Ten Dollars ($10.00) nor more "Hasn't anybody been able to invent acters. Japan Advertiser. grateful people SOLACE has restored es. Dollaas ($25.00) for than Twenty-fiv- e a smoke consumer that will work?" i Buy a Farm, to health. Testimonial letters, literHis Real Weed. each offense; and each sale whether to asked Slathers, as tho train passed Easily Affected. Endorsed by strangers from .faraway Farm, ature and FREE BOX sent upon or different persons snail ne a "Say, old man, don't get disheartenthrough Pittsburg. very sus- the same offense. But this ordinance is IF YOU WANT TO ( Sell a AUCTION places. "I understand Jigson Is Sell AT separate ed just because your first investment "Not that I know It's different when the endorsement went wrong; the market is full of good "I've got a boy whoof," said Bilkins. ceptible to intoxicating drinks." mere not intended to prohibit the sale of gun I will give you R. Lee Morris, president of the First prices on eats cigarettes, Sometimes a "Yes. indeed. powder National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote comes from home. things, and if you will come down to but I haven't been able to make him whiff out of a bottle will make his ordinaryor other like merchandise for 50 Choice Farms. use. Ea&y to prove local testimony. the Solace Company as follows: the office iU give you a pointer." work yet." Harper's Weekly. Section 2. Any person whoshall after entire system rejoice." any good; what I want you to send a box of Solace Read this cace: "That won't do me "I the passage of this ordinance within the See Me or Touch the Live Wire. to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for Mrs. T. S. Elkin, Danville Pike, Lan- want Is a retriever." limits of said City fire or discharge, or W. T. KING, cause to be fired or discharged any fire which I enclose $1. This remedy has caster, Ky., says;"I still consider Foils A Foul Plot. crackers, Roman candles, sky rockets Famous Stage Beauties Phone 339-been used by some friends of mine Doan's Kidney Pills the best remedy or any like, or other contrivance or ex- LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. here and I must say its action was won- for anyone to use when having anyany gun or pistal or other plosive, as When a shameful plot exists between look with horror on Skin Eruptions, fire arm or weapon; or explode or cause (Signed) R. L. Morris. thing wrong with the kidneys and back. derful. liver to cause distress by Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They don't to be exploded any powder, or other Put up in 25c, 50c and $L boxes. Doan's Kidney Pills are a safe remedy explosive, within said City shall be IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL to take. All I said in 1908 recommendJust the mild, simple wash, tho well refusing to act, take Dr. King's New have them. For all such troubles use finpd on conviction the sum of not AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY ing Doan's Kidney Pills was correct." known D.D.D. Prescription for Eczema, Ten Dollars ($10.00) and not less the is gone. Life Pills, and end such abuse of your Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies the morethan Twenty-fiv- e Dollars ($25.00). than "No Special TAKING SOLACE.' For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. and trial itch prove it. will A Eczema or Salt for each offense. This ordinance shall "We have sold other remedies for skin system. n They gently compel right act- face. Excellent for JUST Co.,- - Buffalo, Schemes or Fees". Treatment New trouble but none that we could guaranchapped be in force and effect on and after its SOLACE ALONE does the work. York, sole agents for the United .j tee as we can the D.D.D. remedy. If ion of stomach, liver and b wels. and Rheum, it cures sore lips, passage and publication. regular size $1.00 bottle does the first hands, chilblains; heals burns, cuts and Write today for the free box, etc Auoptea uecemDer ., ivic not do exactly as we say, it will riot restore your health and all good feel- Bruises. Unsurpassed for piles. 25c k' WX 2 SOLACE REMEDY CO., Mk Remember the name Doan's and cost" you a cent H. T. Logan. Mayor. Battle Creek, Mich. take no other. R. E. MRoberts & Son. Shelby Mason, Clerk Protem.l? ings. 25c. at R. E. McRoberts & Son, at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Attest: , Then you ought to know that druggists everywhere will furnish you with a bottle of Booth's HYOMEI for only 50c. Pour a few drops of HYOMEI into the inhaler and start this very day to breathe the soothing, healing vapor rnd destroy the Catarrh germs. With every package of HYOMEI comes a little booklet which explains how easy it is to end the misery of Catarrh, Croup, Sort Throat, Bronchitis and Deafness caused by Catarrh. But best of all R. E. McRoberts & Son is authorized to refund your money if HYOMEI doesn't do just what it is advertised to do. If you haven't the HYOMEI inhaler ask for the complete outfit, $1.00. By CAROLINE J. S. PEEBLES. Commissioner s Sale of Land. ! CARDS, i H. Coutit? surveyor. -- I TiNSLEY, AV I j Rut f!ngjPrQ to-w- it: Ware McRoberts. -- J. E. Robinson, - ht Or. Wm. 0. Fryer, J Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. 50-mil- e 150-mil- e 300-mi600-mi- le le COME! - COME! Will. Kk-hrnon-d p Commissioner s Sale of Land. 1 t' , Zv te Oakdale Herd to-w- it: iegistered Duroc s Parisian ruff Hair ,.i 1-- m DB. Win. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. W. ELLIOT Physician Surgeon. to" H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint M. K. Denny, fljg n DENTIST Ordinance. J i I Real Estate rock-bottom so-call- and Auctioneer. l, V . re-qne- st, - K. Skin Oil Fire? and-bowe- ls rsa lih Foster-Milbur- Sta-tes- Kl hBtfriSALZXSI 2S II Vgyj1;: jjfeafrs?.. , .T&--?- - t--- . S' 'C sj- s - y c9MMKC8aKcecesc93Mce5ceDA obs$o3h3so3s5 ssa ;$ ii POM MEA00WBR00K NOTES f Geese are easy to raise. A bone cutter Is essential. & Housekeeping Is Not the Task It Used to Be "ODERN invention has done away with much of the hard work. FAPMk wm:,iv.44.$ ES3Ial rill VV X .?J" r '- Protect young fruit trees. Sell all the superfluous cockerels. Good fenceB Commissioner' s fdrM0MB) mMWMmmJ0BmMMM Sale Of Land. JACK'S i fill CARRAKD CIRCUIT COURT. L. C. Bogie. VS. Plaintitr. bors. - help make good neigh- v- - HrMJ. S, polishing of hardwood floors, the dusting of moldings, the tqps of high furniture. tasks the stairs, under the radiator, etc. These are now made easy with the back-breaki- ng ,&i XS A For instance, the cleaning and . :."' .... - .... - 9. V.'fc5 "i Englishmen eat, on an average, 95 herein at the November, Term, 1912, the undersigned Commissioner will soil at public auction before the Court Study Individual tastes In the cow, House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts on and feed accordingly. eggs a year. MONDAY DECEMBEP. 23, 1912, H. W. Cornelius, et al, Defendants. Pursnant to a judgment rendered oi w 111 3 q P, B-- ii roo v m Stock like cowpeas. &! arivii Polish! JL b J- - Pack all fruit carefully. Take good care of heifers. Manure the garden In the falL Australia raises nearly 10,000,000 it being the first day of the Garrard acres of wheat a year. County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and describTo most farmers the old cow looks ed as follows, to- - wit:- Located in Garrard County, Ky., and better than she used to. being in two tracts which are described follows: Better three good cows any time asBeginning at three gums (now gone) than a half dozen scrubs. and one dogwood on Camp Branch waters of Copper Creek, corner to High feeding, unless the horse Is stone; thence down said used every day Is a positive Injury. branch with the meanders S 50 W ck il 1 ' CURES RHEUMATISM, Stomach and Kidney Troubles. 45 Days Treatment for $1.00. Address 1 ill With it you can dust, clean and polish a hardwood floor in places, or under the bed or other to stand on a chair to dust the tup of the high furniture. AM of the hard work is now made Polish Mop. It gathers easy with the liard-to-ct-at Put the machinery under cover. filled silo. the time it formerly took you to get ready to do it. Besides, you do not lmc to pet down on your hands and knees to Just "The prop of the dairy" a well Give the weanling colts all the oats they will eat. The hen that fattens readily Is ally not a good layer. usu- all the duster dirt from orr) where an J LoIJi ft. T!i mop is easily clranrd by uisl.inj anJ iLcn rcncv.cJ Ly pourii. on a I'olt-li- . lew Uiops of . Tryit urowliols das with 1 JUV KlSK ,(,., anJrrK:in.lir.t: If m do not find it jafsfactory in orry tfrrrtttett.il Mum jour money. 'Hie price i only si. 5i) aiid it will tivt hj price uuay times over in a sho time. T It at f iry t. d GO poles S 57 W 20 poles S 3G W ::6 Keep the sire in service just as poles to a maple and white oak in said long as Improvement follows his use. branch a new corner to Fannie Walker; thence a new line with her N 36 W 120 oak, another new cor A little green corn In the stalk oc- poles to a white ner to Fannie Walker; thence N 28 E casionally will be relished by the 28 poles to a chestnut oak and hickory hogs. on a ridge; thence N 50 E 30 poles to a chestnut oak on said ridge; thence N Regularity In milking hours means 82 E 64 poles to a pine; thence a new more milk in the pail with the same line with McCormack's part S 25 E G8 poles to the beginning, containing 75 feed. I JH Or call on rSTi !BS '1 f?V(?r(?Xt?XfSr(V;r51 vjix&wjixjiszj.wji -ii-i PURSLtY LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. ter is about the right average. An ounce of salt to a pound of but- acres. Hurt f r & Anderson Gather your vegetables before heavy frosts and store in suitable places. Cuts, lacerations and bruiseB are treated in the cow the same as in man. t Sweet clover 1b one of the most valuable crops for Improving rundown Foils. mm After the haying and harvesting are completed, change the sheep from the regular pasture. The ewe flock should be run through the mill and culled just as the wheat Is before sowing. :; j Dusty feeding places are very Injurious, and lack of sunshine for early pigs Is detrimental. Somehow the poultry yard seems to be the very last place that reforms in stock breeding take place. The ideal time for picking appleB a matter that must be settled to a large degree by the Individual. Is A liberal banking of sheds on the north side will prove a boon to the cows when the cold weather comes. f I H S K H - At this season of the year with the corcing of the fall rains, a dry shelter should be provided for the sheep. The value of livestock on the farm d for turning products into good money has never been thoroughly understood. low-price- I isiafta I I I I I I 8 t c osiumers X - IN - OAK OR MISSION SPECIAL $1.25 While They Last. See our line of Christmas Pictures. tf 111111 SS$xSxSxj$SxS . !! HURT&AHDERSOK I'M 111 The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to transpass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Sqnire R Parsons Jno M Farra Ed & N B Price W S Ferguson W A Price E F Herring S L Rich W S Embry Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels Yes, How? H C Arnold D B Anderson r The state of Minnesota objects fo.' W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, Carpets. "" strenuously to such a serious offense ' To take oil stains out of carpets L H Brown G Y Conn as hugging a girl If the girl objects. Bpread the soiled parts thickly with a T W Conn J G Conn But how in the world Is a body going1 paste made of fuller's earth and cold Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. to find out whether or not the girl real- water. Allow it to dry, and then re J G Clark Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett ly objects? Youngstown Telegram. move with a stiff brush. x, Oll-Staln- Close housing and bad ventilation In the cow stable are favorable conIt is said by observers that a hog ditions for starting tuberculosis In a roots in the ground for alkali which herd. it finds In the soil and which aids him In digestion. Good breeding and good feeding are so closely related that they must go Let the hogs husk their own corn. together, one Is useless without the Corn and soy beans, corn and rape, or other. corn and pumpkins, will produce pork for $3 per cwt. or less. If sheep are In a good thrifty condition at the start two months of Fall Is a better time to manure the good feeding will properly fatten for garden or potato patch than spring. market. The richness has time to soak into the soil during the winter. Why not lay by the returns from the next few dozen eggs and buy a Don't leave any rotten fruit lying bone cutter? It will pay for itself In around in the orchard for the insect one winter's time. pests to harbor in this winter and batch their young out next Bprlng. A horse may be sound in every particular but if he has not a level head One lesson that short hay crops he is never a pleasant horse and have taught us Is that a crop of hay rarely a valuable one. can be raised along the roadside where weeds had their home before. A spool of copper wire will come In handy for repairing all sorts of small The dairyman who is trying, with breaks. Even common baling wire dry feed, to compete with the man finds hundreds of uses. with a silo, might as well make up his mind to get a silo next summer. With beef prices soaring, the temptation to Bell dairy heifer calves for Rub the cow's udder with a damp veal Is strong, but the foresighted cloth before milking. We would dis- dairyman does not think of giving in charge a milker whom we caught wet- to it. ting the teats with milk drawn Into the hand. Apples have been found to keep better If well colored and ripened, Fruit picking must be done care- though not overripe. Picking should fully, as all bruised fruit quickly de- not be delayed till this fruit comcays. Do not leave any decayed mences to fall. fruit on the trees or lying around on the ground. Ensilage cannot be destroyed by fire and 1b the best feed produced on Cattle uniformly of the same color the farm for the cow in milk. The and general conformation make a dairyman who does not build a silo much better appearance in the pas- is wasting part of his profits. ture fields or In the farm yard than those of great variety of colors and Fodder that is somewhat green general appearance-I- t when cut should be left very lightly tied in the shock for a day or two in is always best to give slop or order that it may cure out before bedrink of any kind to hogs before they ing tied and bound tightly together. have bad their feed of grain. When cold weather sets in it Is better yet if A good salve tor all kinds of sores the slop can be warmed. Ice cold on man or beast, sore neck on horses slop does not do hogs much good in or shoulders is made by taking equal very cold weather. parts of lard and bees-wamelt and add half as much turpentine to fhe Some farmers have so much to do mixture. that manure lies around their yards from year to year, Just naturally rotNo breed of farm stoA is so highly' ting down where it does harm instead developed that it can be kept at a of guod. What Is the use of mapping high standard without careful selecout so much to do that often hat tion and culling. The fact that stock which is most profitable has to be has attained a high plane is evidence left undone? of selection that must be continued. Fall plowing usually produces a better corn crop than spring plowing, the ground being mellowed by the frost and rain. The land should not be on the Laecaster and Mt. Vernon road, worked, but should bo left rough over between a Spanish oak on the same winter. side and a white oak pointer on the other side of said road; thence with The onion crop In Texas was so the road S 9 W 18 poles S 6 W 44 poles to a stake on said road; thence N large this year that It barely paid 86 W 4J poles to a stake corner to the old Campbell tract; thence down the branch with line of said tract S 17i Better than saving the largest pota- E 37 S 51 E 24 poles S 35 E 26 toes Is to save the seed from the most poles poles stake on said branch; thence to a productive hills. N 18 W 119 poles to a white oak; thence N 28 E 66 poles to an old white oak, all The yellow condition of the alfalfa from the same oak on the cliff branch, indicates that 4t has not received suf- corner to Fannie Walker; thence N 351 E 16 poles to a white oak on the ficient nitrogen. North side and 4 feet from a drain or hollow; thence a new line with the said If your garden is too wet at times Fannie Walker N 61 W 47 poles to the remember that fall Is a good time to beginning, containing 33 acres. There put in the drains. has been sold off the above tract of land 10 acres heretofore to J. L. Har-rolwhich leaves in said tract 23 acres. If alfalfa or clover will not thrive in The purpose of this sale is to satisfy your climate or soil it Is pretty cera debt of L. C. Bogie amounting to tain cowpeas will. day of sale, principal and interest, $141.40 and the estimated cost of the Hairy or winter vetch may be sown action $60.00. in the fall, and will be a very useful TERMS: Said sale will be made on early spring forage. a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond Give the wethers extra grain and with approved security for the pursend them to market before the pas- chase price, due in six months, bearing ture is dried and short. interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, having If the pigs are thrifty and doing the force and effect of a judgment well that Is good evidence that they upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Comare being pretty well fed. missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon all the If you are tired of making milk on property sold until the purchase money mill feed why not try al- is paid. falfa, clover or cowpeas next year? W. H. BROWN. Master Commissioner G. C. C. Save the wood ashes during the R. L. Tomlinson, Att'y. coming winter and you will have the best kind of fertilizer for the orchard. Unforgivable. Blobbs "Why do those two girls Many a new and valuable Imple- both hate you so?" Slobbs "I once ment is left out all winter more innocently remarked that they looked fall-plowe- d Second Tract: Beginning at a stake J. E. STORMES, or R. E. McROB-ERT5 SON, Lancaster, Ky. frarEl-lrnJ PB i I j sm I S ' 1mlI rSffrSfttttttS j Si'xVS l&S&? J&i 53IctI ,?S i THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Pres't. Book-Keepe- d, A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, 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. 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ACU js.tfi VfyM B. 1.1 & Take The Woman's Tonic Cardui has helped thousands of weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, back to health It has a gentle, tonic action on the womanly system. It goes to the cause of the trouble. It helps, it helps quickly, surely, safely. It has helped others. Why not you? It will. Try It Get a bottle todayl When I ask you to insure with me, 1 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 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. MY SELLIINQ FOIINT. church." Office Citizen National Bank. R. P. Frisbie, Lancaster, Kentucky. POSTED s & Kerbs GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according- - to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Eecipes of Charlie White-aHoo- n, Herbalist, for the treatment The Cow-bo- y of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. the Thousands of Testimonials. SCIENCE SOPE, for the HuGreat Body-Toni- c. man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write COBT-CEISAK, CHARLIE VEITE-MOO- N The CowLoj Herbalist ORIGINATOR OF S CKEYEIJiH REMEDIES INDIA.1 SQFE Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N & SCIENCE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky We Write Anv Kind of CGGay WKLeavell ii hi mi mu M"i m iiniimii; Toning Down Somewhat. "You used to be strong for the uplift" "Yes," replied Senator Sorghum, "but a reformer Is liable to fly so high that the public can't see him. I am now engaged in volplaning a little." ! John Boian Mrs. Mackie McGrath Baseball Captain "You shouldn't Bootb Thompson R. E. Thompsan lie bo hard on the boys. They played J. W. Simpson T. M. Arnold, Jr. well. The game was lost through just J. H. Posey. S. C. Henderson. one error." Manager "TTes, so was B. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw. Paradise." Boston Transcript. T. W. Bradshaw. R. L. Burton. One Was Enough. E Dunn E G Hammock INSURANCE Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. 't .1- - . fm BBE532SEsSS3SST ERSVXSJ :vi.7 p nrtT Vi gg8f K wgj & Xi3 i.". J1 v5 aJ mi MOMKiHteiMMnMEdflr A-- ' I' ? vs S- BH BMHMVSSMKa mmmmmmmk fvVS 'r j3 hSts?4.? rrf5i "VsV,&rN-23- l :& fe331 BmHhSCmmI wfMMKw Wlr k5s ut&Hv MPsv -- vsGpafc! T II ia s 2 BEB ! j? ! ISITT . m ab RE u CSULEK Wl 9 Miist n VW ri Ut W?J V irf' j ft I T. LO ! L 6 A r - X L Railroad fare refunded to all purchasers of $15.00 or more for a radius of 25 miles. agent and round trip fare will be refunded you. CES5ESSS2SS3S32SSS5 Get receipt from ticket iasaL'vgiy i,jz.LjsM2zz?:nttr,i JEE3ISS??S3S33ESESi fiSSESE B This Great Public Sale is now vicinity has ever witnessed. The opening' day of this Big going on and will close Saturday Sale was Saturday, December 7th and remember that it will night December 21st. You will close Saturday night, December 21st. Crowds and Crowds find bigger and better bargains are attending the sale daily. Enormous Crowds extending now than ever before. A sale spend out into the street with the entrance hardly big enough to that will make youA regular those feast saved up dollars. pass them in and out, with others eager to press in and for the public; if you value money take the place of those leaving with smiling faces and well select your wants now. pleased with their purchases. We wish to say to those who have not attended this great sale, that you are losing money by not doing so. Everything is being sold at less than wholesale cost. ntire Stoc aSaca LISTEN this Is the Greatest Sale LANCASTER and its K.GW &rr nm3 y Wdask Va? S3H23 St2! of High Grade Merchantile now on the market at the mercy of the Public in the season just when the merchants are asking big profits on their merchandise You can buy new and high grade outfit at less than wholesale cost JBuy now and save one-haand more of your purchase. lf liSiBBsi DE Folkwm i cLwq ,y-WrS-.' IC 2SS5222SiSsi I2SSS5SSSEE223 If you value your money, come and bring your friends. A $5.00 bill spent here will do the work of $10.00 spent elsewhere. Our prices are talking to you. They are telling you a straight forward story of actual MERCHANDISE. You will do yourself an injustice unless you take advantage saving on of this Great Sale. A whirlwind of bargains for Men, Women and Children. These PRICES Smash all Records. They are WONDERFUL, come and see. UP-TO-DATE -- pyggggggwEaa We Ask YOU To COMPARE The PRICES With. The 'rices Of Other You will find our prices lower than the lowest. Do not be misled. - Come and see before you buy elsewhere. JyV'ff?, W"HV1"J Nothing Men's regular $10 on sale here Like Thi3 98c. Ever Before Offered One lot of high top shoes for Boys'. School Shoes at Boys 50c Knee Pants, TO $1.98 The Dandy Public. regular $5.00 One lot of regular $2.00 Shoes, closing them out suits A line of dandy $10. Overcoats closing out price Men's regular $2 50 pants sale price only closing out for A regular $4.00 Youth's Suits closing out $2.98 $3.48. Half Price 18c. Shoes offered on sale $2.98 98c Fleeced lined Man's regular $15. Suits, Men's Cotton Underwear wilPbe on sale closing out sale here for $io. 1 1 1 1 All 1 1 four-in-han- For Ten Dollars. ' $2.98 3.49 .91 $10. .98 19 .18 $4.98 38c. Ladies' all Wool Suits in Regular $4.00 values in assorted colors, sizes beauMen's Pants will be on tiful absolutely styles, sale at worth $15.00 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 CD 1 $8.95 d C3 1 1 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 d Tie value50c, 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 Men's regular $3.00 Hats Men's Fine Hose for Sunday wear regular value 15c we are closing them out on on sale here sale Q 7c Men's Work Gloves regular 35c Gloves 19c. Regular 75c Gloves $1.48 a (U .89 .19 .19 39c Men's Neck Ties regular 35c values for 19c. Regular 75c. values for Ladies' high grade $20.00 suits, a beautiful bargain. They will go quickly as we offer this lot. Take your choice at $12.95 10c CAN YOU BEAT IT? Total $10.00 Men's regular 15c penders on sale at Sus- 38c. 3c. TOMORROW SATURDAY, Big line of Men's cotton Socks at One big lot of Men's and Boys' Caps on sale at Closing Men's and Womens large white Handkerchief on 38c out sale here for Men's regular 50c Sus- penders on sale at Boys' 75c. Knee Pants closing out for One big lot of Shoes, $2, and $3.00 values on sale at the 81.50 3c Men's Sweaters for only 18c. 37c. 98c. 3c. 19c so-call- ed 8c. 89c Men's 35c. Hose on sale for r 18c 1- "One-Ha- lf Off Sales," "33 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 -3 ?iSS vast No Idle Talk But a Bona-Fi- de Lancaster. Gigantic H.T. LOGAN ESESB23531 Kiituty. round-tri- p The Big Sale Opened Saturday, Dec. 7th For 13 days only. One forethought is worth a thousand re- Sale which includes every article in stock. Look for the Big Red Sign. Read Name Before You Enter. Railroad fare refunded to all pux chasers of $15.00 or more for a radious of 25 miles. Get a receipt from ticket agent and fare will be refunded you. grets; therefore this sale Should receive your instant - 5t "" ZLaarTLJEr&j5ZrS.j--J SBBSSBak.BK . .. XJamL&iEfTZLSSUi ,wiiUXILLff7uElJCSraS7 ! ) I ) I Did It Ever Occur To You That Joseph's Is The Only Store In Lancaster Which D oes Not Have a Sale Or Give Something For Nothing. SXT JOE ac ? Because We Sell New and up-to-da- HOW DO WE IN OTHER Merchandise in qualities that are absolutely dependable at prices that are most reasoaable underselling our competition all the while. DO THIS? It is simple We conduct our own business and do not resort to fictitions advertising in a futile attempt to draw trade, nor do we pay outsiders to come in our store and run our business for us which necesarilv ' increases the cost of doing business and which must be paid by the consumer who patronizes SALES. te WORDS- :- We can sell you new goods any time for less than you can buy them at any sale goods, which is the reason for Merchants having sales. nw going on-An- ything old in our house can be bought at a bargain price any time Hence we have no accumulation of old ! The J j l rMnarrwrpJTE3nFTi5ym Qh n Pfi L3 U The House that always sells Good Merchandise for less price than their competitor. tv-- Mercantile Company. I tjj jsp vas;gTsigi' sax&y &ii ff1gLgg, as ym MHHMM . SEE OUR fiSssanrsxiK ! 5,10 A Gossip About People M: ESITS3SEC33Eta A Brief Mention of the Comma and Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In CT?TCTSvrU.H. Mrs. James Hill is in Danville for a Miss visit to relatives. course Mrs. Emma Daniels made a short covers Judge stay in Louisville this week. Miss Iva Lee Smith left Tuesday for her home in Richmond, Indiana. Mr. Frank Ramsey of Chicago has been visiting Mr. Geo. T. Brown. BEFORE PURCHASING. Each counter contains something useful and ornamental Km Miss Lydia Elmore who is at college Mrs. W. A. Price has returned from in Georgetown, will be at home for the holidays. a visit to her daughter in Florida. s Mrs. John Johnson of Louisville, has Reverend S. H. Pollitt is engaged in been the recent guest of Mrs. Robert a series of meetings at Moreland. T. Embry. L A. Burrell of Cincinnati, was the Mr. W. E. Amon of the Bryantsville guest of Attorney J. E. Robinson. section, father of Dr. J. A. Amon is Mrs. Toles Walker and children have quite sick. been in Stanford visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Emma Daniel and little son Quick Meal Walter Walker. William, were in Richmond, Saturday and Sunday. with set of ware, untilJanuary 1st. Something new, oven anil inside The Chautauqua Circle met Wednes day afternoon at the hospitable home Mrs. Joanna Ball has been in Stan-Mr- s. lining enameled. Be sure and see it. ford, visiting her daughter Bo- of Mrs. II. F. Hudson. t souvenir given away with each purchase of 25cts or more. The Malleable Range I J. IV. lion C0iGKO Son Flour From Co, )SXXX.'&&0 iCn0)roG?'.0X'B (X)XI,B The MILL direct to us is naturally cleaner than if it had been subject to many handlings. virtue. Cleanliness, however, is not its only :; It hakes better and goes farther than any other If you make good bread now, try our fiour and make better. You'll save a little too because you can flour we know. make the same sized loaf with less flour Mrs. Rav Orrell and baby of Florida Air. S. W. Moss and family who are expected soon for a visit to Mrs. have been living in Richmond have reW. A. Price and family. turned to Lancaster. Miss Sallie Lou Myers will go to Mrs. Charles Hardin of Harrodsburg Cincinnati to spend the holidays with has joined her husband here for a stay 7 her sister Mrs. Joe Ware. at the Simpson House. Mrs. R. E. McRoberts and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Haselden and Miss Lettie .May McRoberts, were vis- Mrs. S. H. Anderson enjoyed a motoring itors in Danville, Saturday. trip to Lexington Tuesday. Miss Jennie Lackey was in Danville, Mrs. Kemper Walker and little Thursday, for the handsome Reception daughter Elizabeth are in Louisville given by Mrs. Banks Hudson. visiting Mrs. John Johnson Tl e Mary Walker Price Chapter of Messrs. John F. Walker and Horace the U. D. C. met Monday afternoon at Herndon left Tuesday for Russell the home of Mrs. V. A. Lear. county for a weeks bird hunt. Miss Noami Ballew has returned to Miss Jenn e Lackey is expected this her home at Richmond after a visit to week from a protracted stay with relaher aunts, the Misses Francis. tives in Winchester and Paris. H. Clay Kauffman and Miss Tommie Mi3s Annie May is in .0 Francis were in Hustonville, Saturday Indianapolis for a stay Perkins weeks of two and Sunday, the guests of Mrs. Alice with her aunt Mrs. Sarah Land. Lusk. Judge Lewis L. Walker and wife The junior branch of the C. W. B. M. will leave Saturday for New Orleans auxilliary are preparing a Xmas box where they will SLend the holiday to be sent to the Orphans Home in hon Campbell. Norma Elmore gave a handsome dinner, Wednesday, in which were laid for the following; and Mrs. Charles Hardin of Harrodsburg, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price and Miss Katie Lee Dennv and guest Miss Belle Denny of Stanford. Mr G. C. Walker, of Lancaster, was in this city Monday. He is a candi date lor the ;. Democratic nomination for county attorney of Gariard county. Hon. J. E. Robinson, the present soun-- j ty attorney, wil. not offer for tion. He is being talked of as a candidate for Congress two years hence. Danville Advocate. The distinctive charms of Mrs. Banks Hudson as a hostess, were emphasized by the reception at her home on Maple avenue yesterday afternoon. The decorations were unusually beautiful. The mantel in the drawing room was banked with pink roses, rose chrysanthemums and violets, with a delicate tracery of holly. The chandeliers and curtains also were decorated in the same flowers. The large living re-ele- c- r 1 YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. House on Danville Street for rent. Miss Rella Arnold. Haselden Bros are Head quarters for Xmas Presents of all kinds. A ful1 ,ine of Christmas toys at Ward's Grocery' Dont fail to see them. Call on Ross & Whitlock for Xmas candys, we have a nice line. 2t J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer,-" Remember Haselden Bros Xmas opening Saturday Dec 14 Santa Claus. "Boarding house for rent. Mrs. Hallie B. Sweeney Bryantsville Ky. tf. Santa claus will arrive on the 2. o'clock train for Haselden Bros opening Dec. 14. Residence A large beautiful doll to be given Otllce Phone 31. away free at Mrs. W. II. Ward's LANCASTER. KY. Grocery, Ask about it. Phne 0 Louisville. Mrs. w Anti-Saloo- Lancaster Elevator MiourU 0)0)0X0X01) ? SOSS-- 6 0 !X): I . I'.U'JWryglltf yj' 00 0Y0) i irZz&iZZ&XiZl Look To 6e l k n ' ymhsb s -- "LJl3i--'JlEss' Future v ' 7 rmtj-rrrj7T;r- iaii.i i BaC BSBBBBBBBSftw' i I mini 'fc--f- f li i HJ r Li I i as well as the present-YnHnn'f nhvavs ex- lirHTrt a OTTTIoll peuL lu nave O omuii business. Then prepare yourself for a big one Open an account at the i Garrard Bank Co., & Trust 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? Miss Lizzie Bettis' School at Herrings will close Friday, and she Martha Kavanaugh have returned will delight pupils and patrons with a fi from a pleasant stay in Atlanta, with Xmas tree. i Miss Nancy Walker. ( henault Elmore who holds a good li G. Burnside who has been position in St. Louis will be at home Mrs. J. suffering from a severe attact of for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. take the examination for eligibility to appointment without interfering with is convalescent, much to the J. W, Elmore. gratification of her host of friends. jur. it. Li. iiiiKin entertained at an their regular school duties, the United States Civil Service Commission anMr. and Mrs. J. E. Robinson gave a opussum supper at his suburban home nounces an examination for teacher, handsome course dinner, the following the following being seated around the being guests of honor, Judge Charles festal board; Hon, John M. Farra, W. industrial teacher and departmental in many Hardin of Harrodsburg; L. A. Burrell H. Brown, J. E. Robinson, J. A. Beaz- - assistant on Decembor of the important cities of the United of Cincinnati; and R. L. Elkin of this ley, W. B. Burton, D. A. Thomas, J States. E. Stormes and R. L. Elkin. city. Eligibility in these examinations is Mrs. George D. Robinson and Miss school-hous- e pe Elder F. M. Tinder will go as a delen gate to the National League which meets in Washington, next week. Mrs. James M. Staughton of Covington will be here to spend the Xmas holidays with her mother Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury. with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson. J. b. Bowman of Lewis county cajjclku iicic iu apcuu me iiuiiuuys Mrs. Margaret Marksbury presented the Womans Christian Temperance Union with a large picture of Brother Joe Frank. room was done in yellow chrysantheWe arenow prepared to take boarders mums and the mantel was banked in and furnish rooms. holly with the candles set in yellow J. W. Walker. chrysanthemums. The dining room I will loan decorations consisted of pink and mules to be several pairs of young broke if taken at once. lavender shades. The curtains were It J. W. Sween)y. festooned in holly and violets. The table was covered with a pineapple For a Present for mother, Father, cloth of Japanese embroiderv over Daughter and Son. See Haselden Bros. pink. In the center was a French Santa Claus. basket filled with violets, pink roses New line of fancy ribbons and chiffon and lillies of the valley, tied with a big veils for Christmas. bow of blue ribbon, and the lights Miss Rella Arnold. under pink roses, added to the rosy effect. The refreshments were served See the beautiful Cnristmas display by Benedict and the ices were candy at Mrs. W. H. Ward's Grocery, EveryFrench baskets filled with roses and thing new and will be bound to please violets and the mints were pink roses you. anu vioieis. airs, nuoson received in Growers of What we Sell. Furs wanted: At present they are an elegant pink charmuse and carried very high. Bring them in before they a boquet of violets. Mrs. Willi m drop. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Skunks are especially good. Farnoa looked extremely well in gray 2t H. B. Northcott. pineapple cloth and a corsage bouquet of violets and Mrs. Fayette Dunlap Strayed to my place brown mare, & Sons. wore an exquisite tan voile. Assisting owner can have same by proving same about the handsome rooms were Mrs. and paying charges, tj Lexington, Kentucky. Charles McDowell, Mrs. Logan Wood, Aubry Bourne. Hubble. Ky. Mrs. W. C. Roberts, Mrs. John For Rent. Nichols, Mrs. Yates Hudson, Mrs. George Spillman, Mrs. Henry Jackson, My house containing 8 rooms, good Mrs. William Rowland, Miss Anna garden, lot and barn. Apply to W. T. Durham, Miss Bessie Fales and Miss West. Mrs. Jennie West. JNan McDowell. Mrs. Hudson entertains with a geniality and heartiness Public Sale. born in generous natures. It was ' a I will at my home on Buckeye pike on beautiful affair, and the surroundings December 17, 1912, at one o'clock offer John White & Co the acme of luxury. Messenger. for sale one gentle horse, sate to drive LOUISVILLE. KY.' Established 1837 anywhere, 1 good buggy and a lot of Hlghestmaf ketprlce Teaching Positions, Philippine Islands. paid house hold and kitchen furniture, FURS In order to make it possible for those Pd. Mrs. Mary Dickerson. and HIDES. interested in positions in the teaching WOOL service of the Philippine Islands to Notice. COMMISSION TREES Fruit & Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies. Ros es Phlox. Etc. H.P.Hillenmeyer Subscribe for Record ras 27-2- 8, An election will be held by the stockholders of the Citizens National Bank, of Lancaster, Ky., at the Banking house in Lancaster, Ky., on Tuesday January 14th. 1913, for the purpose of electing seven directors to serve for the ensuing year. W. F. Champ, Cashier. City Taxes. MCREY IN TR1PP113. too how ted pjb5lprlfi. Writ. for w.ljy pric. Hit wa niareccti. M.SABEL&SOMS EiUSluiad Wa tell Lociamit, kt. jug. Dealers In Furs. HUas, Hfsal FURsl required for appointment to positions for: Women in home economics. Men in agriculture, manval training high school science, mathematics, and supervisors of school districts. The entrance salary of the majority of appointees is $1,200 pec annum and The Garrard Bank w. & Trust Company It's I Pretty Tough Luck and then have the bottom drop out of the thermometer. Don't have that hap OVAL aking Powder Adds en-gli- sh once. 12-13-- 3t All persons who have not paid their city tax and water rent are requested to do so at once as I am compelled to collect so that I can make my settlement with the city. Attend to this at . I m iv Coal Lancaster lumber to be out of HealfulOualiliKtoMod expenses to the Island paid by the Government, with eligibility for promotion up to $2,000 as tacher and up to $3,000 as superintendent. For information relative to the nature of the service and the examination, address. Bureau of insular affairs, Washington, D. C, Drives Off A Terror. L. E. Herron, City Marshall. Any one desiring a Duroc gilt bred for early farrow may find same on my farm as long as they last. Have instructed Mr. Grant on the farm to sell down to 10 and then sell no more to any one, leaving choice of entire lot to those who come first, there are now 16 so come and get pick. J. F. Robinson. For Sale. cIiolera Posts V were saved from cholera and other diseases during the hot weather by the use of Hogs and Poultry MILLIONS OF DOLLARS every year to poultry and hog raisers. Last year thousands of UUl Tfeo Greatest C&otera i m i - pen to you. Order us to send what coal you may need now If you shouldn't need it, the coal will not spoil. You'll have use for it some time anyway. I I f 1 Prof. Prescott, of the University' of Michigan, testified before the Pure Food Committee of Congress, that the acid of grapes held highest rank as an article of food and he regarded the results from baking with cream of tartar baking powder as favorable to health. M'fg Co. - Royal is the only Baking Powder made from Royal Grape Cream of Tartar 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 for all bronchial affections. Price 50 cts. and $1.00. Trial bottle free at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Drug Store. e, equal.-Guarante1-- m Farm of 164 acres located one and miles North of Lebanon on splendid pike. Good buildings, well Gently rolling fenced and watered. limestone land, practically all in grass and in high state of cultivation. Suitable for burley tobacco or any other Central Kentucky crop. Convenient to churches, schools and markets; on rural route and telephone line. Will sacrifice if sold now. $60.00 per acre on reasonable terms. Worth $75.00 to $80.00 per acre. I own this farm myself. L. A. Scearce, Lebanon, Ky. one-ha- lf 12-6-- cholera and other Terms with the food or drink. Prtveativa Kaawn Pravanta and enraa tha cholara. but don't put is oir until they keel over. Give it to them now mixed with food it regulates the workings of the bowels. di infeet them. Itftnk which get into the system A Cal-SIn- and another for hogs, packed in metal cans, can't dry up. lose strength or poil like others and costs no more. It is all medicine and guaranteed too. for Poultry o Powder wJtTq Written to be understood and evren free to live stock owner, our GO.page illustrated book, by our consulting Veterinarian, showing bow to know and showinir how to enro diseases in Horses. Cattle. Sheep. Swma and l'oultry. together with orer 11 Cal-SIn- o Remedies, including Onr guaranteed remedy for Rice Bones. Spavixa Splints or any bony enlargements. THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. One) How to Tell RESORBIME Baltimore, Md, U.S.A. by sbwsbjsbbbbbbbjbsbbj bMbbVbbsI ror C. & J. E. Stormes. Lancaster, Ky. Agents wanted in other towns. -- 4 IISttEfcttSaKftSftSftStoEtoBMaftKftiSa 0asJSH3Si$iS33 Cj0gH5tS3S0S0s ? ? SSH -- t t s- S-- ji Vt- - .,. ,-- - - Our Great Reduction Sale of Ladles' and hisses A. B. nits, Dresses, Waists, Coats and Skirts continue until Christm Ct.O si New Line of Wooltex Coats Just Receive i sc;3 $11.25 to ROBERTSON C, s sXi t Sf :v ft? "y - sr r 61? " GTcsjt it i" ctf fe FfclV ff v" 4.j SS?cS V T3"Er nTri11a iiiUj iJL V TZtx . z--- y soft&c f j- ite &fciy& a jk ' JSaBSSKaKWSSJKK:!? Ss.iipa.? . : ; sA.gaKJrg KsysKKKitv-swwrtwwitJ- : ".na::::-- : EO&L'JUIWmUJ ::.:: wrfci::.sft:r xlfl .iffJU' "f ?,; ; t'M a ngfiTlPk'giaM $35s'j5!s.$3,xjx'Sy5 r lP;!nof 3 1 fAKOlEKo WLWIlfl 00$0CO0o0fl OOGOOOOOOO VOfrO 1 elov this Iiv:icIiiik!3 for tlie exclu iiml is for hss of our farmer tlie .ile of tock grain and siieli tiling-- , on farm a tlie farmer cannot afTurU to a'Ier-tlee- . No notice will .k! accepted over four lines, and will be only in mvo issues of the Ur.roRD, free of clmipu sivi- - LITTLE uyrjk prize-winnin- g Some sows and pigs for sale. J. A. Conn Jr. Lancaster Ky. R. E. Henry sold a fine Jersey to A. H. Bastin for $75. cow For Sale: a fine 5 yr old jersey cow to be fresh Dec, 1st. pig. W. T. King China boar for sale Good Poland Ready for Service. Carlton Elkin. pair 3 yr. old, 15 FOR SALE:One hand horse mules. Hughes Aldridge, Hyattsville. All the Qualifications. Among a large number of amusing letters received by David Belasco was the following: "Veneered Sir: "Wishing to go on the stage, would size. duroc gilts already bred, also fifteen like to join your forces. Have been well fatted meat hogs. J. F. Robinson. a bricklayer for five years, but having Deep plowing and the gas tractor failed in this branch have decided to are the Gold Dust Twins of the new For rent or sale 2 Cottage dwellings take up acting, the same being easier agriculture. at Lowell Ky. see Sam Henderson or work. I am not young, but six feet Wrap the young fruit trees early, to write Dr. J. A. Snowden, Winchester. in my stocking feet. Have studied elocuation and am fond of late hours." prevent the rabbits from gnawing and killing them. FOR sale: Mammoth Bronze TurEverybody's. keys, hens $2. 50 each, gobblers $3.50 Many of the troubles with both $4.00 each. Phone 393-Professional Innuendo. young and old horses may be traced Mrs. B. P. Swope. An extremely thin actress was boasting of her achievements in stock. to bad teeth. "I have been the Girl in the 'Girl For rent for year 1913, a 5 room cotHogs next year and it be tage and store. Call on J. W. Aker of the Golden West,' and the Rose in will pay will give high fall pigs a good to those " or S. D. Carpenter. Preachersville, Ky. the 'Rose of the Rancho.' start towards winter. Yorick Hamm looked at her. "And I suppose," said he, "that if The first cold rains are hard on the Charley Hoyt had ever seen you, you cows and they should be kept in the would have been the original match barn In such weather. in the 'Parlor Match."' A good pasture makes a brimThe Retort Pertinent. ming milk pail; and silo makes pos"Look at me!" exclaimed the lead- sible good winter pasture. ing lawyer warmly. "I never took a drop of medicine in my life, and I am A little clover or alfalfa mixed with as strong as any two of your patients the silage when filling the silo will put together." prove a profitable mixture. "Well, that's nothing," retorted the physician. "I never went to law in Bran is worth more, pound for my life, and I'm" as rich as any two pound, as a part of a ration for a dozen of your clients put together." work horse than alfalfa meal. For sale: A fine lot of thorough-bre- d There will be an election held at The Famous Stage Beauties j SiAMabmiivlfZ ji . National Bank of Lancaster Jan 1 Itli 1913 for the purpose of electing seven look with horror on Skin F.rupiions.j Pigs must have sunshine. 1 5 : i Ve i I directors to serve for the ensuing year. Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They don't WtfintnaT Mn'QTP Burn the old nesting material. have them. For r.II such troubles use a isPiinG .. im s S. C. Denny, Cashier. lUUiJOi IlbiUAO P'Al&lu!) ; fftfBWK Bucklen's A rnica Salve. It glorifies the . 1 Bf.iliiSHS s3 HUTJ3 . In producing wool and mutton there School for Unfortunates. face. Excellent for Eczema or Salt KO7 GK SALE Is no waste. In London there is a school in Rheum, it cures sore lips, chapped TRAThOai TO ASili VIXTEU HESOIiTS which bachelors are taught to make hands, chilblains; heals burns, cuts and A foul dairy makes no producer of beds, cook, sew, and look after their Bruises. Unsurpassed for y iles. ioc butter. FARES TO SPECIAL. FiOUMD-Tri- P home needs generally. at R. E. McRuherts & Son. Livestock Is the basis of most farm0r!e&"s-3- ; -ers' success in farming. True Government. f! MNA. Government is a trust, and the offPrivileges. P hci Txtira Lis it. ?j-!- Ctc-yg- r garden icers of the government are trustees; Sharpen and repair the tools for next season's use. and both the trust and the trustee3 iIrs. E. P. Jones was the guest of 11 re? f ''y tri.ir.3 ta i Queen & Crescent are created for the benefit of the Mrs Morris Ross Sunday. rcr-.:- 2 Llcc- to , v.-- Orlean Route. ?'- rouTa Feed is cheaper and more plentiful people. Henry Clay. ! ; Puaian Mr. Huston GuJIey has sold his house :t. tried! than It has been for years. o-y- : :j and lot to Mr. James Cazy for $4.50. Pir'r 1 LV - A cork soaked in oil makes a good Mrs. Siias Creech has been very ill r Ct For d. to:' . Rruto, or apply to t A r, r substitute for a glass stopper. but we are glad to say she is improving. Ileport of tlio Condition PJL-ckct A'st, 1 L. V.aii; St., Lejngton. Ky. ii.C.KiVs, Mr. Will Creech and familv has! SagaessasEEF" All fruit should be graded and cratTin: of returned home fiom a visit to friends ed, especially for private marketing. and relatives in Clay Co. Co & So far as can be done select the Mr. Carol Prewitt and family Mr! largest, and best sows for breeders. George McLear and wife and Miss; Bank doing business at I.iiiieiitrr Minnie Johnson were the pksnnt guests Comity of Garrard, State of Ken ni'ky, Corn will dry out better if the of Mr. and Mrs. W. T.Watson Sunday. Anv Kind of shocks are kept down to a reasonable AT THi: CI.OSK OK BI'SIXKSS ON THK Clean the poultry yard. r: - v??grmrsr'?ra1 . . ifliiM j ! -- Nev Panama 1 th.-orr- ft ;"--:a,v- -- !;'M-StrainC-- , . -- -- . Jr Garrard Bank Trust SiftK-.y.V-ra We Write 26th day of Nov, 1912. KESOCKCEP. Foilc A Fou! Plot. Loans and Discounts Overdrafts Secured and un.. . . secured Due from Banks Culi on hand Checks, and other cash items. Ii.uikliiir House, Furniture anil t j:k,H7 .".T-.- ii - ..ii.'. li.TUl ST l.Mx) T'S II it; I Fixtures i::h 0" Total $l7,'il'. v; LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in, in cash $ .'.0.0CO 00 Mirpiu- - Fund l.:.oo w Undivided J'rolits. icss expenses and taxes paid i,su u; Deposit subject to check SlW.iOl JJ Time Deposits l.::il V. lll.-ii- o When a sh:n.-ffuplot exists between liver and bo" i ib to cause distress by refusing to ::ct, take Dr. King's New Life Pills, and end such abuse nf -vonr system. They gently compel right act- -' ion of stomach, liver and b wels. and' restore your health and all good feel- ings. 25c. at It. E. McKoberts & Son. l H ' j OE g Phone 27. Office at National Bank. BEAZLEY & COLLIER X' Oi"ce over The -- Bank of Lancaster. Ky. i 'SJFKSt 77 SfS 3SSS?r2SZSeS!22HSSS:SAlS3S; J I All trimmed Reserve for Tuxes Bills FaruMc HV.fi) JK.OCII Oil A. P, Ilarnard, Pres. J. M. Gentry, Vice-Pre- s. Ln'.h- - r Stivers, Sales Mgr. K. L. Daker, Sec-Trea- s. and untrimmed hats at cost 'Miss Rella For Rent; my 50 Total . . i s7."i-.- ' :: State of Kentucky. County of Garrard. Set. We. It. E. McKoberts and J. W. Elmore Tre-- i of the ahove unwed Bank dent and do -- oleinnly swear that ihe nhove -- tatenieiii is true to the best of our know ledue and belief. K. E. .McKoberts. President. J. W. Elmore, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me tliU ;th day of Dec. 1HI-191rt My OommNsIou Expires January D. A. Thomas, Notary rublic. Correct Attest: Alex Walker. ) Directors. T.J. Price.. ) W. II. Car-hie- r J Hro-.vn- Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. Auctioneers: J. C. ROBERTS, J. N. GIBROXS. EARLE E.V- ar.l MOTHER. Luther Stivers In A Class By Himself Sales-Manag- er a.nd boostfer for tlie following: houses: WAREHOUSES. MANAGERS. A. P. Barnard, J. W. Rodes, Land Bros.. J. N. Gibbons. Luther Stivers & Bro. acre farm for yr, 1913 for grazing, well watered all yr, price $150.00 cash for particulars see Tom Conn or write me 621 H. St. Sacramento, California. G. Y. Conn. Two good Jersey Cows, 3 and 4 years old. Dean & John Dunn Stock. Also two good gentle carriage horses. Bays, and match well. James Leave!!, Bryantsville, Ky. , A TERRIBLE THOUGHT. The man who makes a business of cow keeping Instead of a chore is on the right road to better profits. In the development of horses, as well as elsewhere, judgment must be exercised as well as the muscles. Ileport of the Condition OK THE Shelburne, Lexington, Stivers, Central Ky. Gro wers, 3nker & Scott. H. Gentry. E. B. Hawkins. J. For Sale Bunk doInjbu-1nes-nt Of Bryantsville a breeding sire should be kept depends upon of the animal in question. The way to increase the appetite of a horse, if such a thing is necessary, is to change his diet frequently. 'Twill soon be time to bind something around those small fruit trees, to stop rabbits from feasting on the bark. Just how long town of liryantsvllle, County of Garrard, State of Kentucky, AT THK CLOSK OK ItUSIXKSS OX THK 26th day of Nov RESOURCES. 191 2. $ Strayed to my place about! Oct 1st a brindle Jersey heifer weighs about 500 pounds. Also I lost 2 pigs weighing about 100 pounds. They left my place about 2 weeks ago. R. I. Burton, Bryantsville, Ky. lost: Loans and DIscouuts Overdrafts Becured and unsejred Due from Banks Cash on hand Checks mid other cash items . ... liaukiug llous-e- . Furniture and ICUIS fS N"t Ho J,:;7i li'.i .v-- Floor Space 3,000,000. Open day and u!fet. Stable Room for 1,000 Horses. Shed room foe 1,000 loads of tobacco, no danger of damage. Financial responsibility. Guarantee sales every day. Best experienced tobacco men in Kentucky to advise you about tobacco. Full competition of all the buying trade, including manufacturers, dealers and exporters Haul your tobacco to us where vou have individual attention to each basket by experienced warehousemen and where you can better control the sale as to time and price. j 1 1 41 4J BOTH 'PHONES 964. LEXINGTON, Ky., D?c. Under mire favorable conditions for haiiting tobacco. ofTerincs sales on our market this weelc s'uowvd a considerable increase. The total amounts sold 1,076.060 pounds, with a genera! average of $12.12: prices ranging from $4.00 to $rl.QO. The general average on tobacco old last week was $10 S2. Trices, therefore, having shown an advance on practically all grades and bears out our ;ivdictiin that t!?y would improve with larger offerings. Good to fancy colory crops are selling on the market at very full prices. The Growers House, one of the houses belonging to this Company, sold this week for Joe Rodgers and Holmaii, of Versailles, Woodford Countv, a crop of tobacco of eighteen baskets at the following prices: S.'U. 33, 31. 31, 29, 2S, 27, 50, 21, 50, 21.-1tJ 7.75. Th? general average on the entire crop being 523.11. This is the highest price for an individual basket ami the highest average for any single crop sold at any warehouse on any market this season. We hope and expect to see larger offerings fiom this time forward, as the season of the year has arrived and prices justifies the seller of tobacco to market his crop as rapidly as proper handling and conditions permits him to do. Summing tlie market as a whole, we consider prices satisfactory for all grades, the buying power appearing anxious to increase their purchases under present conditions. LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. (Incorporated) g'i ,v af i r ago ay.:m.jt- -,.m. j Ui i ant! .i Fixtures IS $ ;e.;:t-- ! A mule costs less to mature than a Baling corn fodder is a new idea, horse and will outsell the horse from but if it works out well it will save $10 to $15. It will earn it's board up The Heiress I want to be loved for a good deal of hard and disagreeable ui.tii weaning time. A mule may be myself! work. Count de Broke (apprehensively) grown to maturity for $90. Any mare After all that may be said In favor that will raise a good colt will raise a My dear leddy, is there any possibility of this being a case of mistaken of other pastures, clover stands at good mule. the head when it comes to right thing Sam Sullivan, of Bloomfield, Ky., for pigs. predicts a great shortage in brood sows A Cry From the Depths. Mulching Isn't to keep the strawand gilts next March and April, and Tlie autumn leaves are falling In places we could name. berries from freezing, but to keep says now is the time to purchase bred Oh, that the cost of living them from thawing after the ground sows and gilts to make the spring pigs, Would only do the same! Is frozen. as next February will find brood sows very high and and gilts bred will be A Teutonic Teaser. Extremes and sudden changes in hard to find, and says many farmers Hans Und vy, Pat, is der no snakes feeding, watering and salting will have sold and fed all the brood sows In Ireland? cause acute Indigestion in sheep that Pat Begorra, and didn't holy St. is usually fatal. and gilts this fall as a large number of farmers did not have good, large meat Patrick drive them all away? Hans Naw, snakes is animals dat Bear In mind that corn fodder, or hogs and fed their brood sows. These love peace and quiet. When der Irish fodder corn, must not be cut early same complaints are told all over Ken- came de snakes all left. Satire. for it means a loss of a large part of tucky, also several of the best hog Staits feeding value. tes. Plenty corn and few hogs. Why An Amateur. not buy brood sows now? Keep all the rotten fruit well "He told me I was the only girl he cleaned up around the orchard, as had ever loved." these constitute the winter quarters "And you believed him?" HAIR HEALTH. "Yes, I believed him. He got the of numerous orchard pests. piano between us before he could get If You Have Sealp Or Hair Trouble, up the courage to tell me." Look over the young stock carefully before disposing of it A prize heifer Take Advantage Of This Offer. or an exceptional colt may slip away Always Alone. go to some We could not afford to so strongly en"When are you alone in the store?" and the credit and benefit other man. dorse Rexall "93" Hair Tonic and con- asked the friend. "Pretty much all the time," antinue to sell it as we do, if it did not In the rush and hurry to keep up swered the clerk. "My boss doesn't do all we claim it will, Should our with the fall work we must not forget to provide plenty of bedding for all enthusiasm carry us away, and Rexall advertise." g stock and see that it is dry. Wet Hair Tonic not give entire satis"93" Classified. is a disease producer. faction to the users, they would lose "He's a darned fool!" faitli in us and our statements, and in "You mean that he is not as clever Every sheep that has lost one sincur business, prestige as he thinks he 1b?" consequence gle tooth through old age is a candiwould suffer. "I mean he Is as clever as his wife date for the meat market. Don't stand We assure you that if your hair is thinks he is." In the way of her getting there; she beginning to unnaturally fall out or if may not weather another winter. you have any scalp trouble, Rexall A Significant Detail. "93" Hair Tonic is without question The most suitable time to apply "I am convinced there is somethe best remedy we know of to eradi- thing about our new neighbors they lime in rotation is when preparing the land for wheat or hay following cate dandruff, stimulate hair growth want to keep hidden." potatoes and corn, or as a top dress-In- g "What makes you think that?" and prevent premature baldness. on young clover and grass. "Their hired girl is deaf and dumb." Our faith in Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is so strong that we ask you to try it Potatoes that nave taken a second Business Associations. on our positive guarantee that your growth are spoiled for table use and "Was there much fuss about the telemoney will be cheerfully refunded if it are greatly weakened for seed. The phone girl's breaking her engagedoes not do as we claim: Two sizes, same holds good with beets; a second ment?" growth destroys the sugar content 50c and $1.00. Sold only at our store "No simply a case of ring off." and makes then, woody and tasteless. The Rexall Store., hed-dln- Total LIABILITIES. Capital Stock paid in, in cash. Surplus Funds Undivided 1'roilts. less expenses nndjta.xts p.iid Deposit subject to check Demand Ceititicaies of 3,110 Deposit u; . $15,000 00 1.300 U0 4'W 10 2H 00 ."m".4D1 2i; $ ns 3i; 4ts Total State of Kentucky, County of Garrard ss We, C. C Becker. President and J. C. Williams, Cashier of the above named Hank-dsolemnly suepr that the above statement is true to the best of our knowledge and belief. (J. C Decker, President. Subscribed and stvorn to before me this nth day of Dee. 191:1. J. Hogan P.allard, Notary Public. My Commission expires Keb'Jy. li'12. J.C. Williams, Ca-hle- j ,ii ja -- flira. .x. 'virjar-Ji- jsjr-- tJlpMfraiWlnlMfriliWul r?r:rf' inn sijrtLua V Bring ti our ! 1 ' To lH 9$ -- 1 fs g i 0 W iioifiLiiyUuL Residence Phone 66. Stanford Street. Business Phone 211. I U 1 Direct Buyers. No No Auction Sales. I Commission To Pay. m TgflirSiCTfrSfB :rllS10.:gJSrlMirgITrgnai We Buy Your Tobacco at Highest Market Price end Unload the Same Day. .3 Mr3MnlirW&Y5Jrr I E