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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 20, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912122001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 20, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. w . - THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE RELlQIOh, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 20 1912. Next week is Xmas. beautiful next spring. NUMBER 37. 33ESC&S3CS33SS33C Let's hope we will have a "park" M W A COMPLETE LINE OF The voice of the "is it cold enough for you" fiend was heard last week. Half Price. Ladies, Misses and childrens trimmed and ready to wear Fall and Winter Hats at half price at Miss Ada Kin- nairds Millinery store. Col. Robinson Here. 8 Heating Stoves, Cooking 1 of Garrard, was here yesterday mingling with his many friends. He told a roporter for the Messenger that he was very much encouraged in his chances for landing the Revenue Collectorship, and believed he would succeed Major Wiseman. Danville Messenger. Col. T. B. Robinson, Splendid" Tobacco Weather. Store Broken Lots of new presents Cents a Pound Paid For To bacco at the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Monday Morning. 30 Records SANTA CLAUS .'si m m m 9S m iffl Stoves and Ranges. Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire Backs and Fire Brick. Anything You Want in The last few days of "soft weather" has been a God send to the farmers, and almost continuously night and day, wagons heavily laden with the weed were to be heard crossing the public square headed for the various markets. OnJWednesday the vicinity of the depot very much resembled the days before the coming of the loose leaf markets, there was a string of wagons numbering almost fifty waiting their chance to unload at the local warehouse. Fairly good prices have been realized during the past week. The Wonan's Club presented Miss Rawson, of Frankfort, Secretary of the State Library Commission, to the people of Lancaster and Garrard County, Saturday afternoon, in a lecture, her subject being, "Library Extension and the possibilities of a Free Public Library in Lancaster". Miss Rawson was a delightful speaker, of charming personality, added to this was her broad experience in meeting with and advising many communities in Kentucky as to the establishment of public Arriving Daily H ;tJl m Something to suit m m Strongest Market Since the Season Opened. a la EVERYBODY Our prices will suit you. 5. I Guns,Ammunition,Hunting Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: Live and Let Live. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky, &333zmis&& t? libraries. Her well given suggestions with clearly defined methods and plans were most convincing of the advantages, to be derived from a public library and the mere possibility of Lancaster having a public library assumed the proprotions of a near probability. The woman's Club trust that with the proper action of the people of our town and county, the support of our city council, fiscal court, educational board and the graded school trustees that a public library will in the near future be one of our institutions. Library Committee. Haselden Brothers Big Averages All the Way a Through and Growers Are 'BrgiHiWHigiiTrgiMrJli MMH?JJ1' BUlHftMraUWP Delighted. I will save you money on a good Green & Bradshaw, of Mercer County, Average $19.49 for or Cooking1 Entire Crop. Heating All trimmed and hats at cost. Miss Rella Arnold. un-trimm- ed I TFJfck G-araifces'- fc I SALE Ever Pulled Off In Lancaster Ask the People Who Have Bought of Us During This Great Sale, If the Above Statement Is'nt Absolutely True. At the People's Tobacco Warehouse this morning, all records for high prices this season were broken. Green & Bradshaw, of Mercer county, receiv ed $19.49 for their entire crop. Other big averages were also made. Bidding was spirited, the offerings were in splendid condition and the quality good. It is needless to say that the sellers 5 were in high spirits. There were pounds sold at a grand average of $14.63, a record which has probably never before made in the history of the warehouse business in Danville, quality offerings considered. Mr. R. L. Berry, of Hustorrville, Lincoln county, sold eight baskets at an average of $19.91; Mr. Jason Meadows, of Boyle county, sold seven baskets at an average of $15.98; Baughman & Sewell, of Boyle county, sold nine baskets at an average of $19.25; H. T. Dean, of Mercer county, sold nine baskets at an average of $13.69; James Sutton, of Garrard county, sold twelve baskets at an average of $17.32, and Peavyhouse & Son, of Lincoln county, twelve baskets at an average of $17.05. The loose leaf market will close this year for the Holidays on December 20, and open on December 30. Following are the prices received by a numbei of the leading sellers: Green & Brodshaw, of Mercer county, sold the following baskets: 24,-13- Jas. Sutton, of Garrard county, sold the following baskets. 50 pounds 20 pounds 60 pounds 20 pounds 335 pounds 230 pounds 175 pounds 155 pounds 225 pounds 70 pounds 180 pounds 305 pounds at at at at at at at at at at at at $22.50 19.50 19.75 20.50 20.50 17.75 24.00 16.50 15.50 10.75 15.00 14.25 STOVE. Average $17.32. H. F. Dean, of Mercer county, the following basket: 260 265 170 sold 230 50 120 20 115 240 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at at at at at 1-- 2. $8.50 is.ko 18.00 17.50 13.50 15.50 16.75 18.50 13.25 Average $13.69 My Stoves are welded where others are bolted. Baughman '& Swell Boyle county V Only ft Few More Days Of This. The Greatest Slaughter Sale That Lancaster, Garrard and surrounding counties ever heard of. where and pay 50 pi cent more for the very same article. Xmas is about on us. You want to make presents so why not give your friends something useful. Our lines are yet complete in Those of you that haven't taken advantage of our Very Low Prices should come at ouce, delays are dangerous. Somebody might get the very thing that you aro in need of, therefore you would have to go else Over Goats, Suits, Shoes, Hats, Caps and Furnishing Goods. We are showing beautiful lines in Gloves, Neckwear, Shirts, Siik Cocks, Mufflers and many other things suitable for Xmas' presents. To the men who are looking for a gift for their wives or daughters what would be more suitable than a nice Coat, Suit, Dress or Rain Coat. We have them and you can rest assured that we have them at a LESS PRICE than you will find elsewhere. Come one and all and let us show you. I I 205 220 255 85 40 40 85 270 270 210 20 270 260 315 185 120 260 275 170 245 95 110 75 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds &z at at at at at at at at at at . at at at at at at at at at at at at Average $19.49 220 85 195 85 150 145 65 55 120 75 35 75 $28.50 sold the following baskets: 27.00 30.00 165 pounds at $19.75 28.50 50 pounds at 12.50 25.00 85 pounds at 19.00 21.00 105 pounds at 27.50 18.75 30 pounds 26.50 CO 17.50 35 pounds at 24.50 17.00 100 pounds at 20.00 O 15.50 80 pounds at 20.00 O 17.00 175 pounds at 13,00 O 18.25 19.00 J 17.25 CJ 19.25 Jason & Meadows, of Boyle county, Q 13.50 18.00 sold the following baskets: 16.00 240 pounds at $15.50 16.00 PQ 180 pounds at 18.50 13.75 245 pounds at 18.00 w 12.75 105 pounds at 16.50 CO 25.50 70 pounds at 15,50 15.00 O 40 pounds at 11.00 X 165 pounds at 12.00 W. J. EOMANS. O a Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods at. Xmas Is Here Average $19.25. w w Currey sells all kinds of best t M o o ei CO Peaveyhouse & Son, of Hustonville, sold the following baskets. pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds w Average $15.97 R. L. Berry, of Lincoln 2-- 3 at at at at at at at at at pounds. at pounds at pounds at $11.50 18.50 18.50 19.25 20.50 13.00 20.50 19.25 18.75 19.75 18.50 16.00 a CO FRUITS, CANDIES a H county sold the following baskets: 180 270 22! & 90 170 240 210 185 pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds pounds at at at at at at at at 2-- $20.00 17.50 18.50 16.25 Cm 19.75 22.50 O 25.00 W 18.00 55 O i H qndNUTS. Be sure and give him a call before you buy. o CO M w 55 Average $17.05. Average $19.91 3 W H.T.Logan, Lancaster, Ky ; W I People's Tobacco Warehouse S o CURREY S & a o o CO Danville, Kentucky. spoo) iibo puBjg 9SI0H31HIM snouretf jo sun ejaidraoo - .W-- j vjZjS 'C tfietti s t.t . 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Each Balocn contains TWO COUPONS which are worth money, and the person getting these coupons and bringing to our store will get them cashed. ,"" ""MMiHMMMMMtafc Every R H : H t tt S3 Overcoat and Suit In This Store at Manufacturers COST We are selling New Glean Merchandise at Manufacturers Cost, you can dress yourself up in a nice Xmas Suit or Overcoat at a big saving to you. 1 H s H t H t Two Horse Studebaker Wagon Given Away Saturday. December 21st, 1912. T! R Cr a tt$a54$a3a$03as53s JAS. s jewbssskswswk W. ITU, House Remember Us Monday. ! it p5.il ssp ( Of Qua ULbV sts a.iaa'sisis.'KXKS'srisFHiaAdvice To Young People Who Are Con- 7 'V 9 2WB3S5K4::: r:??i::: :: ::--::- :?:: ? We are authorized to announce Dave self and his home people, but upon the Ross as a candidate for Jailer of Gar- entire state, and that to use the slang rard county, subject to the action of verbiage, "he made good" and that INCORPORATED. above all, he has ever remembered SI. 00 a year. the Democratic party. Issued Weekly. those people who first honored him. who gave him his political start, and GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. For Magistrate. who have looked with pride at his asWe. are authorized to announce cension of the ladder of fame, have Entered at the Pot Office In Lancaster, Ky., Mail Matter. as iohn N. White as a candidate for followed with pleasure the course of Magistrate, in the first district of Gar- his brilliant career and at every upMember Kentucky Press Association rard county, subject to the action of ward step of the ladder have pointed and the demscratic party. proudly to the fact that "he belongs to Eighth District Publishers League. We are authorized to announce Garrard." To those who are skeptical as to WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for MagLancaster, Ky., December 20, 1912. Lancaster ever having a public build-- ; istrate in the first district of Garrard County, subject to the action of the ing, we say wait. Senator Bradley has Rates For Political Announcements democratic partv. ever had Lancaster in his minds eye, and we believe he ever will have, and For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n when the time i3 propitious, we believe 10.00 or County Offices H. Estes as a candidate for he will strike and will strike with un For State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 in the first district of Garrard erring aim and the blow will prove suc.10 For Calls, per line 10 county, subject to the action of the cessful and will secure for us a sum For Cards, per line democratic party. sufficient to erect a building which will For all publications in the interprove a suitable and lasting monument est of individuals or expresWe are authorized to announce to the memory of Senator William O. sion of individual views, per Charles C. Becker as a candidate for Bradley of Gariard county Ky. 10 Magistrate in iine the second district of We further believe that when Sena05 Garrard county, subject to the action Obituaries, per line tor Bradley takes this matter up in of the democratic oartv. the upper house, that he will be ably We are authorized to announce ClifWe are authorized to announce Tay- seconded by Hon. Harvey Helm in the i ton Rodes Anderson of Boyle county lower house, and with this pair for us, as a candidate for State Senator from lor T. Burdett as a candidate for Mag who can be against us. istrate in the second district of Garthe Eighteenth" Senatorial District, subject to the action of the democratic rard county, subject to the action of the democratic Dartv. party. County Supervisors Appointed. We are authorized to announce Davis For County Judge. Messrs Thomas Slavin, J. P. Bourne, Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate J. Hogan Ballard, F. B. Marksbury We are authorized to announce Clay- in the first Magisterial district of GarC. M. Moberly have been appointed ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- rard county, subject to the action of and tax superivors for Garrard county to ty Judge of Garrard County subject to The Central Record Good Accommodation To Nicholasville. Hustling Business Men All. Mr. Clay Dunn who drives the mail templating Matrimony. There is not a town anywhere tfmt route from Lancaster to Nicholasville can boast of a more or wiik County Clerk J. W. Hamilton com- awake has purchased a handsome light closed set of merchants than Lmkkm. carriage for his work, and passengers plains that a great many people ap- They are ever on the alert for aoma to and from Nicholasville may now make pear at his office in quest of marriage new and novel means of adveniemg license without having the consent of their business, ami as the trip confortable. tuk:k as m their parents proDerly prepared, and scheme is finished with, they mtmt&tUdjr Record To Come Out Next Tuesday. for the benefit of those who have not set about cudjeling their brM for soma new and novel scheme. nd they keep In order to allow the faithful and reached the age where they can Gone To Georgia. marriage license without the people constantly upon the fji r hard working office force of the Record cure'a consent of their parents we quote the as to "what next". Messrs George and Fleece Robinson i to njoy the Christmas holidays, we following left Saturday for Georgia, where they will publish on Tutsday the 24th next Statutes -extract from the Kentucky One merchant Ivcrtfees tr. and actually does, "give away a barrel of will remain during the winter months. week. All changes in advertisements We quote from the Kentucky Stat- money", another gives presents They purchased a car load of 26 mules and all matter intended for publication l th utes, page 937 section 2106, which is as first customers entering his store on in St Louis and shipped ahead of them. must be in the office by Monday mornfollows: "If either of the parties be the opening sale day awl still another The Messrs Robinson together with Mr. ing in order to appear in next weeks under twenty one years of age, and sends up mineature balloniM containing G. W. Palmer have a large mule barn paper. not before married no license shall is coupons, which are raieemabJe in and sales stable in Cordele Ga , where sue without the consent of his or her merchandise at his store. These they expect to do a thriving business. Deplorable Affair, Two Garrard County father, or guardian, or, if there is inventions to catch trade all prove none, or he is absent from the State, business getters awl attract the people Citizens Engage In A Difficulty In Want One Like Ours. without the consent of his or her to town and in consequence they eajoy Richmond Which Results In Mr. Webber who drew the plans for mother, personally given or certified in a liberal patronage. graded school building now under the writing to the Clerk over his or her Serious Cutting. course of construction, was here last signature, attested by two subscribing Judge Chas. A. Hardin Sets At Rest The week, accompanied by representatives The Richmond Climax gives the fol- witnesses, and proved by the oath of of the Nicholasville school board, where lowing meager account of a dfficulty one of them, administered by the Controversy As To The Ownership they contemplate erecting a new buil- which occured at the Faamers Tobacco Clerk. Where the parties are personalding. They were very much impressed Warehouse in Richmond on last Wed- ly unknown to the Clerk, a license Of The Park To The Satiswith our building and expressed their nesday afternoon, and which is about shall not issue until bond, with good intention of putting up a building as as near the facts as may be obtained surety, in the penalty of One hundred Confaction Of All much like it as possible with the means until after the trial. dollars, is given to the Commonwealth, cerned. at their command. 'At the Fanners TobaccoWarehouse with condition that there is no lawful the marriage," on Wednesday afternoon in a fight be- cause to obstruct No Booze By Mail. When the U. S. Government rieei4cil tween S. H. Estss and Porter Wearen, Section 2105, is as follows:- - 44No marupon the Park in the center of the PubWe have heard a good many inquiries both of Garrard county, the latter was riage shall be solemnized without a Square as the place for the site of as to whether or not with the badly cut, sustaining a severe wound in license therefor, issued by the Clerk of lic the County in which the female resides the federal building, ami tie question the breast and a deep gash in the face. the democratic oartv. revise the assessors lists of taxable inauguration of the parcels post that There are conflicting the action of the democratic party. reports as to the at the time. But when she is of full of the ownership of the Park, whether spirituous liquors could be shipped by property in the county. These same trouble, but the fact the man had not age or a widow, and is issued on her it belonged to the town or county, We are authorized to announce mail, and to set the mind of the people We are authorized to announce Logan Ison as a candidate for Magis gentlemen served in a like capacity at rest on this point the department has been friends for some time may have application in person, or by writing arose, as soon as he had the opportunity to investigate the matter, James A. Beazley as a candidate for trate in the second district of Garrard last year. The law allows them eleven issued a specific ruling to the effect that been the real cause ot the uimculty. ; aigneu uy ner, it may oe ny any coun Attorney J- - E. Robinson came County County Judge of Garrard county, sub- county, subject to the action of the days for their deliberations and their they could NOT. The mails to the It is claimed by Mr. Estes that Mr ty Clerk." have always sessions begin on January 1st. ject to the action of the Democratic democratic party. We publish the above in order that conclusion that the Park was public Wearen knocked him down twice before prohibited the carrying of liquors, and party. Mr. Estes j applicants under the age of twenty one property, and was intended to be utilevery employe of the postal service is he used his knife on him A Splendid Hostelry. and all jmbiic purposes. strictly prohibited from and bonded not was also cut on the hand in the fray. years may bring the written consent of ized for street For County Attorney. For Representative. the father properly signed before two He so informed the fiscal court ami all It was freely predicted when the to carry whisky in any way, shape or Wearen was taken to the Gibson San- of the government representatives who We are authorized to announce G. B. We are authorized to announce John Kengarlan hotel was built that it was form, but to make assurance doubly itarium, where his wounds were dress- - ' subscribing witnesses who are over Howtoo large for Lancaster. Quite the sure, a new ruling has been made which ed and where he is beiner well cared twenty years of age, or that the par were interested in the matter. Swinebroad as a candidate for the M. Farra as a candidate for representa.. a t.i ents may accompany those seeking ever, because of the contention between contrary is .true, scarcely a week applies to the parcels post specifically. iui. Tl wuuuus- were at nrst i, r?i inougnt me nomination for County Attorney of tive from Garrard county, subject to to be fatal, but the patient bids fair to license, in order to avoid much trouble the town and county as to whom the passes that Mr. Zimmer is not compelled Garrard county, subject to the action the action ot the democratic party. title was vested in. and the failure to to either turn guests away or provide "Old Glory" To Float Over New School recover. Mr. Estes had no trouble in in the future. of the democratic party. settle the question promptly, the govgiving bond for his appearance here at We are authorized to announce J. R. outside rooms for them, and travelling We are authorized to announce Green Mount as a candidate for the nomination men who "make" this place regularly, his trial Friday. It is probable that Paint Lick's Handsome Building. New Graded ernment abandoned the itlea of utilizClay Walker as a candidate for the for representative from Garrard county, telephone from adjoining towns to save ing it, and forthwith made other arWearen's condition will be such that School Building To Be Dedicated A flag pole extending thirty feet he will not be able to appear rangements, the result of which the nomination for County Attorney of subject to the action of the democratic them a room. Every travelling man at the above the roof of the new school trial and in that event people of Lancaster are about equally Garrard county, subject to the action party. it will be set for , who can possibly do so, tried to get Saturday Dec. 28th With Apbuilding has already been erected, and a later day." divided in their opinion as to whether of the democratic party. here to stay over night because of the or not this was best, manv of them propriate Exercises. Both of the gentlemen are good splendid accommodations, and it is only upon the completion of the edifice the . .1 The people ol Lancaster and Garrard iT,c;liinv n c?&.c tt..-- ll.l.ljlrnn. For Sheriff. utu uiiruiij niouui; iu a matter of time when an addition to Stars and Stripes will be unfurled to citizens and have a large number of erecieu county are in about the same position as the breezes and the American flag will relatives and while many others were opposed The good people of the Paint Lick there, friends.in this county and We are authorized to announce C. A. the good lady who secured a bird cage the hotel will becoms an absolute float proudly above Lancaster's new the affair is deplored by all. Mr.tEstes vicinity are about to see their efforts to necessity. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of without first having procured the bird; institution of learning. The work is is suffering from a severe cut in the of years crowned with success. For ' Meantime a suit was filed to settle Garrard County, subject to the action they have an appropriation for a govmany years they have striven to secure tne question of ownership; this ques-- a Whitelaw Reid American Ambassador To being pushed as rapidly as possible, the hand which he received in the melee. of the Democratic party. ernment building site, but no site, and brick work on the structure is about new and school buildinc tion was submitted to Judge Hardin England Dies At His Home In Loncompleted, the sheathing is on the We are authorized to announce no appropriation for a building in the and to have therein a graded school. last ween, unu ne nas nunueu uown an rafters and the roof itself will soon be Kenyon"WetTo Dry" Bill Now Under Many times they have met with opinion that the Park was public propAshby Arnold as a candidate for sherifl even the site is secured. The governdon Sunday Morming. completed, and the work may then go rebuffs, but perseverence overcomes erty, dedicated for the purpose of of Garrard county, subject to the ac ment after abandoning the park as the Debate In Senate But Not Likely To site, then decided upon a ' part of the on uninterrupted regardless of the tion of the democratic party. all obstacles, and on Saturday December streets and other public jsages, and he Hon. Whitelaw Reid, American Am- weather. Presbyterian church lot and the Dr. Pass At This Session. 28th they will dedicate a handsome new goes further and decided that it Is the We are authorized to announce W. Grant property, the deed was submit- bassador to Great Britain since 1905 building, a splendid corps of teachers duty of the town to maintain this Park. Tl e Kenyonbill, similar to the Shep-per- d L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard ted to the proper authorities, and we died at his home at Dorchester House, A Busy Saturday Afternoon. has been employed, and henceforward Judge Hardin's decision meets with the bill in the lower house, which they county, subject to the action of the suppose they are now considering the his London residence, Sunday of pulare to enjoy educational facilities approval of all the interested parties, The streets of Lancaster were would prohibit the shipping of liquor matter, and we have no doubt will in monary oedema. His remains will be democratic party. second to no rural district in Kentucky. representatives of both town and coundue time accept the title and take over returned to this country for burial as thronged with people last Saturday af- into dry territory, is under debate in The dedication of this building marks ty, the mattei is forever set at rest We are authorized to announce W. S. this property. soon as his son, Ogden Reid, who is ternoon, and all the afternoon and until the senate this week, but with small a long step forward for education in and no appeal will be taken, everybody Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of In the meantime there is no appro- now on the high seas hastening to his long after the shades of evening had probability of reaching a vote before Garrard county, and we heartily being willing to accept Judge Hardins Garrard county, subject to the action priation for the building. We notice fathers bedside can reach London. fallen the good natured crowd remained the holidays. The League congratulate splendid the and decision as final in the matter. of the Democratic party. Mr. Reid was in his 7Gth year, he in town bent on business and pleasure. Convention is also in session in Washevery day where appropriations are beThe question of "who owns the park" persevering people of Paint Lick upon ing asked for government buildings in was born at Xenia O. in 1837. He was "Old Santa" arived on the afternoon ington this week, and the delegates the final success of their efforts. has become a problem along with "who For Assessor. other Kentucky towns, why not in one of the best known newspaper men train and was at once whisked to his will do some tall hustling in faor of Eminent educators from all over the struck Billy Patterson," "how old is We are authorized to announce Dave Lancaster, and we believe that in the in the country, having for years been headquarters at Haselden Bros., not this bill. Many ot the Senators have Ann" and many other unsolved and of the New York Trib- - however before he had gladdened the their coat lapels decorated with a white state will be present upon the accasion knotty questions, C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor due course of time an appropriation but now that the and take part in the dedicatory of Garrard county subject to the ac- will be asked for this place, and when ' une- - He was ambassador to France hearts of the numerous children who ribbon, denoting their attitude toward former has been answered, the matter exercises, whice will consist of an tion of the democratic party. it is asked, no stone will be left irom i8z to isy and was engaged in gathered around him, by presenting the measure. instructive and interesting programme. determined for good and all, it now bemany diplomatic enterprises in behalf each one of them with a bag of candy. unturned until the appropriation Until the Archbald impeachment trial comes a burning question of what shall We are authorized to announce Mr. The sales of the various merchants is ended, the Senate will have but an Among the number expected is Dr. J. is made. Lancaster has a friend of his country. G. Crabbe of Richmond, President H. we do with it? Shall it remain in its NomiE. B. Ray as a candidate for the attracted large crowds and each and all hour and a half a day to devote to dis in Washington who has never failed tc H. Cherry of Bowline: Green. State present condition, an eye sore, a blot In Ralston Case. nation of Assessor of Garrard County, look well to of them rejoiced over a liberal cushion oi una legisiauon, Aiier mat her interests, in fact we Supervisor Prof. T. J. Coates of on our fair landscape, akennel for stray subject to the action of the democratic do not believe that Senator William O. A jury in the Circuit court failed to patronage. it will hold the entire held unless some i Frankfort, Hon. McHenry Rhodes dogs and a loafing place for recreant party. Bradley has ever turned a deaf ear to agree on a verdict in the case of the omer legislative arrangement is maue. High School Supervisor, Hon. J.- - W. urchins, or shall we put it to some We are authorized to announce J. B. the request of any citizen of Garrard Commonwealth against Thomas Ralston Busy Times. If pressed to passage in the Senate this Newmon, Commissioner of Agriculture,, practical use? Collier as a candidate for the nomina- county, has never missed an opportuni- charged with the killing of George The neighborhood of thedepotin Lan- session the bill will then go to the Hon. Barksdale Hamlett, State The Kod ladies of the town recently tion for assessor of Garrard county, ty to do whatever was within his power Finley at Paint Lick, which had caster presents a busy scene these days, House. If it fails in the Senate it will Superintendent, Hon. John Noland, ' appeared before the City Council, so subject to the action of the democratic for his home people and his home town engrossed the time of the court for and nothing points more truly to the go over in both branches until next Richmond Ky., Prof. J. S. Dickey of e are informed, and asked to be given party. and county, nor do we believe that he three days. Tne case was given to the prosperity which the county is enjoying session. the supervision of this Park. They Bowling Green, Mrs. Chas. P. Weaver, We are authorized to announce W. will be lacking in perseverance in our jury last Saturday afternoon and after than the air which pervades this locality. It may be, whether the measuse Louisville, Hon. John B. McFerran, have some money at their command, L. Huffman for a candidate for assess- behalf in this instance, and we hope, several hours deliberating they reported The streets are thronged with the passes the Senate or not, that the rush Louisville, Prof. J. W. Ireland, Stan- which was raised for the purpose of or of Garrard county subject to the trust and believe that at the proper to Judge Hardin that they were unable farmers wagon?, coming in with loads or appropriation bills will hold it for ford, Judge Chalkley of Lexington and beautifying the public square, and we time he will see to it that Lancaster to agree upon a verdict, and there was of tobacco and returning laden with settlement until the extra session. action of the Democratic party. many others. The programme will be understand there is an order upon the gets all that is coming to her in the no probability of their reaching an coal, flour, salt and great loads of The opponents of the bill in the Sen- published in full in next week issue of books of the city council appropriating matter of the wherewith to erect a agreement; the judge requested them supplies for the winter, wagon loads of ate declared that if the bill were made the Record. a supplementary sum for the purpose Far School Superinteniait. suitable goverment building. to retire to the jury room and deliberate turkeys, droves of turkeys and turkeys into law it would be declared unconstiat- of beautifying the park, we have no Everybody is cordially invited to We are authorized to announce Miss Notwithstanding the fact that the for a short while longer, and upon in every conceivable shape are constantly tutional by the Supreme Court. tend, and all who are interested in the doubt that the ladies could raise an adJennie Higgins as a candidate for usages of politics, have sent him back doing so and still failing of a verdict coming in, to be quickly prepared and The fate of this measure means much cause of education should make an ef- ditional amount, they never yet tried School Superintendant for Garrard to Kentucky, the people of his native as it was Saturday afternoon and the shipped to the eastern market; the to Kentucky. Its passage would be fort to attend, as the exerciees will to raise funds and failed, and we are county, subject to the action of the , county will ever cherish a warm spot last day of court' and it looked as if local tobacco warehouse is prizing and the greatest forward step ever taken well be worth your time and trouble, confident (that in this instance they Democratic party. in their hearts for him, will ever re- there was no hope of a verdict, Judge shipping out tobacco at the rate of four in the prohibition cause, would mean a and your presence will be an encourage- would be able to raise a sufficient member that he was her favorite son, Hardin finally dismissed them. cars per weekthe stock men thronging stoppage to the activities of mail order ment to our neighbors in their efforts amount to place the Park in good conFer Jailer. that he reached the pinnacle of fame, Messrs Puryear and Robinson were about the stock pens, shippiug fat houses in adjoining states shipping for better schools. Dinner will be ser- dition, and we now suggest that the We are authorized to announce Jack that he held the highest office, save ably assisted in the prosecution by Hon. cattle and swine for the holiday season, liquor into dry territoryindiscriminate-ly- , ved for all who "attend. Park be turned over to them, and as to boys of tender years, without, while and every where one is impressed with Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar ; one, within, the gift of the people, and Henry Jackson of Danville, we have before said in these columns, Lowney's box candy for Xmas at they will proceed to make of it "a rard county, subject to the action of that in the holding of that office he re- -' Messrs Hamilton. Kaufmann and Judee tne iaea tnat Lancaster is indeed a in manv oanoa tYia fnrmnlifv nf PV(-Inflected great credit, not only upon Walker appeared for the defendant thrifty busy place. 'inquiring into the age of the customer. Zimmer's.. the Democratic party. thing of beauty and a joy forever."' te Second-Clas- Monday is county court day, the last one in the year, and only to days before Christmas day, and an excellent opportunity to remember the Record with a Christmas present in the shape of the dollar you owe us on sucscription, or else allowing us to put your name on our list. Come in and see us. :- Mag-strat- e, 4 I I ,c I- I f up-to-d- : Anti-Saloo- n editor-in-chi- ef Mis-tri- al 1 I n ? , 3r - r. S JV. V - ... V f B& &&!? ittJMWtfw Our S Koaw M For 3rd Month. -- PhPEQ tmas v s St llti y f V Goods m i aw-- y i 3 are now opened. rsriiifir.iT''H'i Kixrw jyiraTOic We believe we can show you the best line we have ever carried. We invite you to inspect them. I Morrow & McRoberts, I irii fit' l fi rs 1 R ft i Tl q R fllf5 ? . r 12th Grade Frank Tinder. 11th Grade Lucien Grant, Marie Ballard. " 10th Grade Stella Sanders. May Hagan, Ella 9th Grade-E- lla Nannie Bratton, Earl May Rigsby, Broadus. Emmet t Broadus. Dalton Rich, Bessie Au.v 8th Grad tin, Bradley Watson, Alice Rigney, Anna Powell, Bruce Pollitt, Wm Nellie Cox, Sallie Cox, Harry Brown, Will Uice Anion. 6th Grade Florence Acton, Mildred Eeazley, liuth Carrier, Walter Cox, Val Cook, Harvey Estes, Gladys Fris-biRalph Mendows, Ann Reid, Christine Sanders, James Siler, Merlyn Walker. Katie 5th Grade Mary Davis, Barnes Dick.rsou, Bowman Grant, Clayton Mot row, Margaret Cook, Carrie Belle Romans, Gjo. Bwinebroad, William Kinnam'. Mary Brown, Lillian Estes. Tiielma Hamilton, Nettie Farmer, Ste'.la Henry. Earl Jennings, Mitchell Tinder. 1th Grade Sue Fisher Respass. la Brown, Christine 3rd Grade Brown. John Bratton, Hamilton Cox, LaVerne Dickeison. Bessie Pope. Wal ker Robinson, Betlie Respass, Lucile Schooler. 2nd Grade-R- uth Austin, Sarah Bland Pearl Crutchfield, Henry Cox, Margie Montgomery, Anna Lee PoH". Rebecca Siler, John William Tinder, Elizabeth Kav-anaug-- "RUBE" AND THE Dy L. 2. BURTON. GSRS. h. e. "How much longer can I stand it? How much longer how long how long how long?" The words drummed in her ears at every heat of the music; every note made the pain in her head more acute, as Nellie Day (whose name on the program was Mile. Eleanor Diem) pirouetted and coquetted in the maze of her dunce. e Mile. Diem was the premiere of a small company playing "The Circas Lady," a melodrama of the most mellow order, doing stands in the middle west. Although Nell was the pet of the show, she had inturrcd the disapproval of Henry Sweeny, the big, rough dan-seuaone-night Commissioner's Jfteport of the Condition Sale Of Land. Peoples Bank -- OF THE- - TREES Fruit & Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies. Ros es Phlox. Etc. Growers of What we Sell. GAKRARD CIRCUIT COURT. L. C. Bogie. Plaintiff,. doing business at the lo;vn of Paint Uck. County of Garrard, State of Kentucky, At TiiECr.osE orBudiNtss on the VS. H. W. Cornelius, et al, Defendants. I'ursnant to a judgment rendered herein at the November, Term, 1912, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M., or thereabouts on MONDAY DECEMBER 23, 1912, it being the first day of the Garrard uicuiiuueu 111 uiu uieaumgs anu uescriu- ed as follows, to- - wit:- Located in Garrard County. Ky., and ; in uwu tracts which areuescnueu as follows: Beginning at three gums (now gone) and one dogwood on Camp Branch waters of Copper Creek, corner to stone; thence down said branch with the meanders S 50 W 60 poles S 57 W 2G poles S 3(i W 36 poles to a maple and white oak in said branch a new corner to Fannie Walkei ; thence a new line with her N 3G W 120 poles to a white oak, another new corner to Fannie Walker; thence N 28 E 28 poles to a chestnut oak and hickory on a ridge; thence N 50 E 30 poles to a encstnut oak on said ridge; thence N 82 E 64 poles to a pine; thence a new line with McCormack's part S 25 E 68 poles to the beginning, containing 75 uc-uick 26th day of Nov 19 12. 77.1 fti tvs KEaOUttCES. X Loans nnd Discounts Overdrafts secured and ungeared blocks, ISonds and other securities .. l'ne from ISuuks Cash on hand Banking House, Furniture and 2,reu 1.300 7.70s 411 .: 2.S.V) o$ Fixtures SJOO CO uourt term, tne real estate ; Total LIABILITIES. capital Stock paid In. in caa'h. !1.771 as $U,000 00 8.000 00 7W 2 surpmsfunas I St-l- c--. gs 5ik p K 1 I Kl'iS r II P R O rt 98 IBS i1? fi? ?.l5 II iU K a Si a ia 0 1B 8 $ L II il b CURES I 1 r Stomach and Kidney Troubles. jjti! Hagan, Frances Grant. It is very apparent from this Honor Roll that Ximio is ap.roaching, Owing to existing conditions I have decided to give a two weeks vacation. It will be easier to teacn in the new building than at present, though the work is progressing very satisfactorily. The health of ihf school is not so good as could be expected but this will a e to be met patiently. Though some are skeptical about the early completion of the building I really believe that we will be in it by April 1st. The second term begins February 10th and so I will not take any new primer pupils before that date. School will begin January (Jib., after the holidays. The children and teachers are due a very gud vacation. 1 J. WAY HESITATE? An Offer L. Riley. 45 Days Treatment for $1.00. 0 Address 1 1 J&tttl B K-fi- B &fiff eJs 1 .0 '8 LANCASTER, EEKIUCET. ywd 53 gSffflBP that Involves No Risk For Those Who Accept It. Or call on J. E. STORMES, or It. E. 5 SON, Lancaster, Ky. so MeROE-SKT- S bjglli tiLti. v.r.j:5i i3M Ak0X0X0; THE NATIONAL BANK OF Caplio? $50,000, Surplus $30,000. Pras't. Book-Keeper. A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES. Vice R. T. We are so positive our remedy will relieve const' pation that we offer to furnish it free of all cost if in fails. Constipation in causi d by weakness of the nerves and muscles of the large intestines or descending colon.. To expect relief yu mast therefore tone up and strengthen those organs and restore them to healthier activity. We want you to try Rexall Orderlies on our guarantee. They are eaten like candy, and are particularly ideal for children. They act directly on the nerves and muscles to the bowels. They have a neutral aMo'i on the other organ.-o- r glands. They do not purge or cause any inconvenience whatever. They act chronic or habitual to overcome constipation and the myriads of associaU or dependent chronic ailments. Try Rexall Orderlies at our risk. Two sizes. 10c and 25c. Sold only at our store The Rexall Store. manager, because lately she had "fallen oil" in her high kicking and whirling act. Sweeney had glared at her and muttered an oath ai the end of the first act, and now she knew a sharp scolding would greet her when she d to the dingy dressing room. Mfking her last bow, she smiled right into the eyes of the "Rube" that had followed the show from place to place for over a week, who every night had occupied a front seat, who had paid scant attention to the other players, but who always led the applause uhen Mile. Diem appeared. The other members of the company way teased Nell in a about the "mash" she had made on the "Rube." I.il and KidCIay (the Clay sisters) told her she was a fool not to go out to cupper with him after the show. "If jou are po tired of this life, wny don t you lay off a while and get h'm to put up for you? He's got the coin!" "Yon girls don't understand. He ain't the kind we've been used to. He's good. He never aeked me to go to supper after the show, but he took me ridin' in the country once. "He asked me to call him Theo. His ncme's Theophilus Sykes. Ain't that a name for you?" As the curtain descended with the last blr.re of a horn, Nell sank in a little heap on the stage a heap of erumplod pink tulle, spangles and cheap ps tin. Sweeny growled out a word or two about "incompetents" and "sick folks," but had her carried to the building that bore the name of hotel. Then she was put to bed and dosed with bad whisky and water, water-faileto revive her. Next day the company was forced to continue its tour, leaving Nell behind in care of the slatternly wife of the hotel manager. Theophilus, hearing of her illness, also remained. He it war who saw that her room was made bright with flowers, wild flowers that he gathered in the country lanes early in the morning, when the dew was fresh upon them. He it was who fetched the doctor from a neighboring town, and who paid for such delicacies as could be obtained at the general store on Slain street. "'ho day she was able to sit up in rocking chair the big, beside her bed the Rube brought a magnificent bunch of roses and a larsu box of bonbons tied with wide pink ribbon. These had been sent re-tur- m good-natured d nemaiiu Uertlticaies 01 Deposit. Time Deposits Postal Sinings DXS& liV 2.01S 1 Undivided Profits. Iessexpen- - . Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. .".0 H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. r.s47t ai 1.5SS 4" !t;0 15 Due Ranks and Trust Companies Lexington, Kentucky. $ W.77J ttt Total State of Kentucky, County of finrrard. s Beginning at a stake the Laecaster and Mt. Vernon road, between a Spanish oak on the same side and a white oak pointer on the other side of said road; thence with the road S 9 W I8X poles S 6 W 44 poles to a stake on said road; thence N S6 W 4i poles to a stake corner to the old Campbell tract; thence down the branch with line of said tract S 17 E 37 poles S 51 E 24 poles S 35 E 26 poles to a stake on said branch; thence N 18 W 119 poles to a white oak; thence N 28 E 66 poles to an old white oak, all from the same oak on the cliff branch, corner to Fannie Walker; thence N 353 E 16 poles to a white oak on the North side and 4 feet from a drain or hollow; thence a new line with the said Fannie Walker N 61 W 47 poles to the beginning, containing 33 acres. There has been sold off the above ti'act of land 10 acres heretofore to J. L. Har-rolwhich leaves in said tract 23 acres. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy a debt of L. C. Bogie amounting to day of sale, principal and interest, $141.40 and the estimated cost of the on acres. dent and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the abTjve stateand ment is true to the best of my knowk-dE. L. WOODS. President. belief. R. G. WOODS, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11th day of Dec 1912. V. D. Hammack, Notary Public. My Commission expires January 1, 1914. e STATE OF KENTUCKY, COl'N TV OF d'ARKARII i SCT- We. E. L. Woods, and R. G. Woods. PreF 8 -.-- Second Tract: Established 1887 ilighestmarketprlcepald LOUISVILLE. KY. John White & Co .K9Rykv FURS AlfVA m&j&'ivba Z HIDES. and -- Jffi3ESa&SYm J A BEAZLEY and Embalmer WOOL ez commission mr?ix6. W toll 70a how tr J pajbeltprlm. WriU for wekly pries liti Ko.in h &nd tflf oreacei. V1i Funeral Director Office Phone 31. Residence Phone M.SABEL&S0NS LOClSTltXK, ST. Dealers In Fun, H!iJ,Kool LANCASTER. KY. EsUbliifcodlSM. FURS d, action S60.00. TERMS: Said sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond witn approved security lor the pur-- 1 ciiase price, clue in six months, bearing ib-4- Eiibry, Ass't CaBhier. S. C. DEHNY, Cashier. J. L. GlLi., Safety Samual ,i"-vy,:-7rvi::,:r- v: Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Pcsey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. ZZSZZEESSS&SSSSI&igSSZ When I ask you to insure with me. I do not say, "Insure with me because I used to go to school .with you" I" do not say, "Insure with me, because we attend the same 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 jou are paying for protection in an inferior company. MY SEUUIrSTG POINT. church." IF. I Office Citizen National Bank. 'rr.sf -iZT? r?''. - r- 2'iZ' - ie, F. F r i s b Lancaster, 1 - f5 -r; 53fiaSE2S!8S 3S H Kentucky. from Chicago. Ho laid thorn in her lap; then taking her frail, little hand in his big, brown one he stroked the back of it v.itii the tips of his fingers and in a faltering voice hesitated and stumbled through a proposal of marriage. "Maybe I'm a Rube, little girl; but I kin take kecr of you. Come home SOUNDED LIKE MARK. with mo, home to the farm, and rest all you want to. I don't ask you to They tell a story out my way about love me, yet; but just come 'en let i Konsan who in the days when Mark me keer for you like I would my own Hanna was prominent went to church little sister, if I had one." .ook his seat in a rear pew and wem Nell buried her face in the roses; to sleep. He awoke with a start, ant their perfume filled the room. With he must have thought himself at v a rush of feeling she knew she loved political meeting. this man; this "Ru'o" that all her asThe minister had just thundered: sociates had ridiculed and joked "To him that hath shall be given, antf about. But could she marry him? to him that hath not shall be taker "I I can't marry you, Theo I oh, away even that which he hath." I'm not good enough to be your wife. "Who said that?" asked the bewil- You are too good too honest for a dered politician, who had just awak- girl like me. I " But she got no further. He held ened. The minister stopped, looked at her face between his palqjs, looked the sleepy interrupter and then said straight into her big, brown eyes eyes that did not waver as they re laconically, "Mark." "Well," said the politician, "it turned his gaze. "Littlo Nell," he said, "I ain't mar-ryi- n sounds like Hanna." Judge. the girl you have been. I want the girl you are; the gentle, honest, One Ray of Sunshine. girl that I know is your "John, you are sure it is safe on sweet You must forgit everything real self. that this yacht?" happened to you before today. Don't "Yes, my love." talk about it; don't think about it. "And you know how to sail it?" Begin to live today, now, the life you "My sailing master does." to live; the pure, clean, sweet "How long will it take us to cros3?" want life of the open country. Marry mo "About two weeks." go back home. Will you, "Oh, dear. There's so much to and we'll Nell?" worry about on a yacht." "I needn't tell you about my life; "There's one thing that needn't that other life on the stage?" cause you any worry." "Not a word. You begin to live to"What is that?" day a new lifo as my wife, Mrs. The"The cook can't leave until we get raisers. The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpass upon were saved from cholera and other diseases during the hot weather by the use of our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fulQ-S- w lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and interest at the rate of six per cent per Fishermen especially take notice. orn11vt Tsxrv uatu ., annum xiuiii rlntn uiiui tMkifl tmnfiuiu. iiaviiiLj . Sqnire R Parsons the force and effect of a judgment ; J no A1 tarra Ths Greatest Cholera Preventive Known Ed & N B Price upon which execution may issue, pay- - j W S Ferguson Prevents and cures to W. H. tsrown, Master Com- - E F Herring able W A Price the cholera, but don't put it otT until they keel missioner 01 tne uarraru circuit court, W S Embry S L Rich fe W A I?S1i oer. Give it to them and a lien will be reserved upon all the with food it regulates the workproperty sold until the purchase money Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin ings of the bowels, db-- i. W Sweeney Dave Thompson J is paid. feets tnem. knocks cholera and other germd which set into the system Z T Rice Jas Sutton W. H. BROWN. with the food or drink. A OalSIno Powder Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels Master Commissioner G. C. C. for Poultry H C Arnold D B Anderson and another for hogs, packed in R. L. Tomlinson, Att'y. metal cans, can't dry up. lose strength or poil like ethers and H C Hamilton, W G Anderson, costs no more. It is all medicine ' G Y Conn and guaranteed too. L H Brown How to Tell T W Conn J G Conn Written to be understood and ciren free to live page illustrated book, by our stock owner, our T G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. consulting? Veterinarian, showing hnvr to know and His Inclinations. showim- - how to cure diseases m llorsra. Cattle. Dr. W Burnett Sheep. Swn? and Poultry, tocether with over It "I saw that old yachtsman lurching Mrs Maggie Boulden Remedies, including W K Leavell CG Gay toward the sideboard just now." RESORBiHE John Boian Our guaranteed remedy for Ring Bones. Spavlis "I see he is evidently listing to E Dunn SVuntj or any bony enlaigenunts. E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath port" THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) Baltimore, Md, U. S. A. R. E. Thompsan Eootb Thompson oyBommmmmm for T. M. Arnold, Jr. W. Simpson J. A Slap at Mother. S. C. Henderson. "Pa, what is an 'open letter'?" J. H. Posey. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Lancaster. Ky. "Any letter addressed to me that Walker Bradshaw. B. L. Kelley. Agents wanted in other towns. get when I arrive home, my son." R. L. Burton. T. W. Bradshaw POSTED P Cholera Hosts V DOLLARS every jeui- Hogs and Poultry poultry anu nop Last year thousands of - 10 BSHESa nuw-mi- xed CO Cal-Sin- o s" m iiHNHiiHBmfliJliHHMMBHMA 9 PRINTING I We Surety Do It! Bill Heads, I m 'i,-i. .Tt r" g to port." ROCKS, rm-scA- MANY ROCKS. tt.s- - . v MEDSCEN ophilus Sykes." Her body swayed forward and she buried her face on his shoulder. A little ray of sunlight falling through the window made her fair hair appear like a halo above her pretty head. I Letter Heads, Note Heads, Circulars, Statements, Cards, Checks, fljw2! S J5 . . K Si&Qgt. CHARLIE ,LE-500- The Cowlaj IXsibast The Herbalist, for the treatunsiit cf human ailiEouls. Undersell xn. the ible. Thousands of Costiioiuals. HI, the &CLENCS SOPS, for the HuGreat Body-Tcai- c. man Skin Only. A3k your dn:ggist, or write Cow-bo- y C0I-CE7-G Comi. wUiided according to tlio Origiiial & Pormulcs & Keeipes of Charlie White-jVIoo- Es-c'usi- ve n, oniciNATcn S CSM-ca-- OF CkSTESXs tKDIAH F.Em3IE3 Mrs. CHARUE 373! v'HiE-PiOO- N Took Him at His Word. A negro bricklayer in Macon, Ga., was lying down during the noon hour, Bleeping in the hot sun. Tho clock struck one, the time to pick up his hod again. He rose, stretched, and grumbled: "I wish I wuz daid. 'Tain' nothin' but wuk, wuk, frum mawnin' Notes, Drafts, Receipts, Visiting Cards, Pamphlets, Wedding Invitations. I I & SCiEtCE SGFE yest Brcadway Lcaisviile, Kentucky tell night." Another negro, a story .above, heard the complaint and dropped a. brick on the grumbler's head. Dazed, he looked up and said: "Do Lawd can' stan' no jokes. Ha jes' takes ev'ything in yearnist." Famous Stage Beauties saxjaf5r-'5g55sgsz5srg- 3 The Central Record Lancaster, Kentucky. We Write Anv Kind of NB Office U Office at National Bank. over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. RANGE Phone 27. BEAZLEY & COLLIER look with horror on Skin Eruptions, (admiringly) You Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They don't certainly are great at getting over have them. For all such troubles use rocks. Easy to me. I've squan- Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies the Traveler dered three fortunes in my time. face. Excellent for Eczema or Salt Rheum, it cures sore lips, chapped Ballad of Aviation. hands, chilblains; heals burns, cuts and "Mother, may I go out to fly?" "Yes, niy darling daughter. Bruises. Unsurpassed for piles, 25c But If you And that you must fall Just tumble la the water." at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Alpine Guide iS m, mm - Mm "V i T? ' " ". - mt - Tlm li JUDGE FOR YOURSELF flfrOC0gafrOC00OCOOOCO0f 6eoe I eoooo ooooooooo ooo Commissioner' s I "J Sale of Land. GAKRARD Indigestion or QUIT KIDDING. C5 . Which is Better-T- ry an Experiment Profit by a Lancaster Citizen's Experience. Causes Dizziness, Nervous ness, Sick Headadhe, i JfS. &3??S9 "3 um a V3xV&i nmncal s 3V&3 1(1 SIl!fP9f8Hf?(P J3 circuit court. Plflf. Sleeplessness. A vs Defendants. Monroe Floyd, et al. to a judgement rendered Pursuant herein at the November Term, 1912, U. Hun s furmturt' store. Office over F the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction, before the court Kentucky house door in Lancaster, Ky. , at 11 Lancaster, o'clock A. Al. or thereabouts, on MONDAY DECEMBER 23, 1912, voooooooooooooooeoooooooooooooo it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, of QUALITY. In Garrard County, Ky., on the head waters of Sugar Creek near P.urdett's BeginKnob and bounded as follows: ning at a stone, corner to Cyrus Grifooooaoooooooososvovootacvcooo fith: thence with his line due East 17 poles to a stone, corner to same; thence North 19 poles and 4 links to a stone, corner to .Monroe Flojd; thence West 17 pules to another stone, corner to said Floyd; thence South 19 poles and LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. containing 2 4 links to the beginning, acres more or less. The said decedWill Practice in all State Courts anf ent got title to the said land by deed from J. C. B. Collier and Flora Collier U. S. District Court. dated 9th. day of September, 1893. and Office over Police Ourt. Phone 1'Jt recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's office in Deed Book No. 12 page 37. The purpose of this sale is to settle tes. the estate of Turner Floyd and after Remember the name H. J. TINSLEY, Turner Floyd's Administrator, County Surveyor. Ulil Howsrs to-w- it: Ware McRoberts. J. E. Robinson, Something new is an experiment. Must be proved to be as represented. The statement of a manufacturer is not convincing proof of meiit. But the endorsement of friends is. Now supposing you had a bad back, A lame, weak, or aching one, Would you experiment on it? curYou will read of many es. Endorsed by strangers from .faraway places. It's different when the endorsement comes from home. Easy to prove local testimony. Read this cace: Mrs. T. S. Elkin, Danville Pike, Lancaster, Ky., says;"l still consider Doan's Kidney Pills the best remedy for anyone to use when having anything wrong with the kidneys and back. Doan's Kidney Pills are a safe remedy to take. All I said in 190S recommending Doan's Kidney Pills was correct." Price 50c. For sale by all dealers. Foster-MilbuCo., Bufl'alo, New York, sole agents for the United Stam Stomach Tablets Banish All Misery, Gas And Sourness You know that most of the ailments named above come from an out of order stomach; of course you do. If your food doesn't digest, but lays heavily on your stomach, it has started to ferment. When it ferments it sets loose in the stomach poisonous gases which irritate the great nerve that leads directly to the brain from the stomach. ilPtffe Hm - v MSrv MI 2'Km Sufferers" Of Lancaster. wa-3i- i ji-pi- - v T9r' X 1M iT That irritation causes A1I-0-N- A heartburn, dizziness, nightsweats, nervousness. She I see by the papers a girl of will end all stomach misery, eighteen married a man of seventy-eigh- t yesterday. or money back. A large box costs only He; It wouldn't be hard to guess 50 cents and is sold by K. E. McRoberts which one had the money. & Son and druggists everywhere. Ve have been in lirsiness In this town bottle tvll! cost you nothiB?. You alono for some time, aiul vtt ure looking to to judze. Again and asain we hj"i Pfr. how a nlviayg advising our build up trade ! ftw uioi ul Otis Simple ratrons right. So when we tell you tfcat we have to the &Kin. taken away the t And th cure all stein to bi found the eczema remedy and that we stand back of it with the manufacturer's Iron clad guarantse. backed by ourselves D L. D. D. Pr&seriptteRofmade bv tfce 13 D D. Laboratories Chicaj you can depend ' pon it that wa sive O'T thymol. advice not In order to sell a few bottli composed ofand other gJyerjriac " c Of winfrgreen i.alin? siftorer-- , Tvit of medicine to :; ingredient Ami we know how It will help our cool in crazy with itch, yenif just hi business if we help our patrons. sotheiI and cooled, Jli asa,; . i 1r We keep In stock and pell, all the well washed away the miuni known sk'n remedies. Hut we will say tns L. u. v. j: from any this. If yo-- i We hae made fast friends mora psoriasis, than oae family hy rpornirr.il of t t nqkind of skin tro iMe. rash or tetter, we want you to try a full remedy to a kin iflferr her. "r t size botile of I). I. U. Prescription there an.1 we w .nt n i tr' it r mw And, if it does not do the worl., this on our positive y guarantee. 1 , s'-i- n le-ri'i- 'e 1 it-- h ju . a-- o iiffe-,n- ec7-m- - no-is- R E. McRoberts & Son. 3 AeXOAe.sgACailrirairUQ-.G'iS- a 0.0-'.0--- 0 HT. HfiliKON M- -. An Easy Life. The copper walks upon his beat, AVIth 3 5 0 J. E. Sherrow was in Lexington most complacent smirk. Or chats with friends he haps to nrifet. And et lie calls that work. His Bluff Called. ! 0' Si r m Friday. Miss Martha Anderson is quite sick paying debts, for distributions of the nroceeds anions: the parties entitled to (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) receive same, for all of which judgment has been endered in the above styled action. TERMS: This sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be Oflice at Rainey s Livery Stable. required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price due -- -- Kentucky in six months bearing six per cent inLancaster, terest per annum from date until paid, having thj force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. II. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court Who So Ever Will. and a lien will be reserved upon all the Come and Ret SHAVED at the NEAT property sold until all of the purchase money is paid. and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. W. H. BROWN, Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, take no other. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. COME! COME! The Old Reliable Bakber. Mister Commissioner cuit Court. Garrard Cir- HENRV BUNCSN Office Hours n. in to 12. 1 p.m. to Office over 4. H. C. KaufTman, Atty. JB- - Commissioner' s IT. "Waxter Sale of Land. DENTIST. itormes' Drug Store Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Ehas Leavell's Administrator, et al, SV Elias Leavell's Heirs and Plaintiffs. Defendants. Creditors, Pursuant to a judgment rendered the undersigned Commissioner will sell JJ. W. Morrow, Graduate Opticiat at public auction, before the Court Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY DECEMBER 23, 1912. it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, In Garrard County, Ky., and is in two Royal blood and splendid individuality. tracts, the first tract was conveyed to Elias Leavell by Susie Leavell by deed A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. dated January b 18S3, and recorded in Deed Book No G, page 140, in J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Ky Garrard County Clerk's office, and the is bounded as follows: Begining at a stone on the line of the former Garrard County Poor House tract in the Buckeye precinct near two elms; thence with the line of said tract .. N?i W 35 poles to a stake in the creek (Sugar) on the line ot James Lear; OESice over Logan's store. thence with his line N 50 E down the 28 poles to stone near Residence Phone 75. Ottice Plione 6 creek bottom the South a side; thence the creek on N 87 E 25 poles to an elm at the turn of the creek; thence S 24 J W 34. 4 poles to the beginning containing 5 acres and 15 poles. The second tract adjoins the aforesaid tract and across the creek from same West thereof and adjoins the land of A. D. Ford, Mary Sanders and heirs of T. L. Sanders and is on Sugar creek and contains about 20 LANCASTER, KY. Oakdale Herd Of Registered Durocs to-wi- t: DIt. Win. BURNETT Dhvimn and nrnonn ,.x... .., u. vjv-wi- , W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. G. Office Phone Residence Phone 220 H. J. PATRICK, Dentist, The purpose of this sale is to settle the estate of Elias Leavell and after paying debts, for distributions of the proceeds among the parties entitled to receive same, for all of which judgment has been rendered in the above styled action. asies. All Work Guarauteed. Paint Lick, f. Kentucky M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Hurt L Audertou'a. TERMS: This sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE approved security for the purchase price due in six months bearing six per cent Money Back for any case of per annum from date untill paid, having the force and offect of a judgment upon Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache that which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of Solace Fails To Remove. the Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be reserved upon all the property SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medisold until all of the purchase money is cal discovery of three German Scienpaid, tists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals W. H. BROWN, and Puiifies the Blood. It is easy to Master Commissioner of the Garrard take, and will not affect the weakest Circuit Court. stomach. L. L. Walker, with her daughter Mrs. Jno. Jackson. "How did the bluff work?" Mr. and Mrs. Sam Dencan of Burgin LMttiAUlltiliNViljiiB. "Didn't work at all. Next day this 3 were with relatives here lhursdav ad appeared in the same paper: 'The recognized gentleman who picked up Rev. J. E. Roberts pastor of the night. i. the purse on Boylston streets reMethodist church will preach Sunday M. R. L. Sherrow had a good work quests to call at his house' " 0 the loser w and Sunday night. mule to get badiy cut by getting into a Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress will leave wire fence, One Woman's Faith. Monday for Diinmor. Ky., to visit her AT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. Mr. W. B. Montgomery family who The Interviewers And you believe nephew, Brent McClary. have been victims of gripp are your husband innocent?" The Wife of the Accused Official Rev. A. C. Baiul preached Sunday at convalesing. Plenty of floor space, 608 feet by 120 feet. Absolutely! I know he is incapable Baptist church here. The Baptist the Mr. Vanarsdall is erecting a nice of duplicity. Sunday school is preparing a box of dwelling onhisjfarm which will be occu Plenty of shed room for wagons. Box stalls and hurried Then she put on her pnnisions to send to the Baptist pied by Mr. J. M. Vanderpool and downtown and drew hat the bank from Orphans, Home at Louisville. family. for your horses. All modern conveniences. the $17,000 her honest husband had 2 Sunday The teachers of the Baptist The Bourne, Locust Grove and saved during the past six months out Highest price for your tobacco. school will meet tonight, Friday, with Sunny-sid- e School close Friday, Mis of a salary of $l."iO a month. Carden at Mrs. Cora Laugdon the Bourne teacher will Supt. Thomas J. S Change About. Rebecca Pettus, to study the lesson. leave Satuiday forher home in Jackson. First Actor Things didn't seem to Come to see us. The pupils will do well to attend. On December 5. Mr. Hirrison Dean work toge'"ier in your series of draMaster William Payne, young son of and Miss Hattie Duncan, Mr, Speed matic representations. Mr. J. F. Payne, the blacksmith, was Raines and Miss Blanch Stone were Second Actor They didn't, Wh-seriously hurt, last week when he united in marriage at Nicholasville Rev. we played tragedy the box office reknocked off a dynamite cap it knocking Coakly pastor of Baptist church ceipts were a farce, and when we j. ,o? : him, down and cutting his face severe ly officiating. Messrs. lrvin Dean and played farce they were a tragedy." &0y v Tatler. Miss Willie Moore, of Stanford, who Marion Vontgomery, Misses Ollie V. has taught a most successful and Crawford and Nettie Hunter were IN A RESTAURANT. satisfactory term of school here will attendants. They three drove to the end her school with a nice little home of Mr. A. S. Dean where a Christmas tree for her pupils on Friday Sumptous supper awaited there, They "" I Don CoMimirt t of ftM- -- the 20th are all prominent young people of this I l aoacVThe Baptist brethren at their regular section. May they live long happy and business meeting Saturday elected to prosperous lives is the wish of their call Rev. E. B. English, af Hartford, many friends. Ky., by a unanimous vote. It will be remembered Rev. English conducted COLDS GO OVER NIGHT. successful revivals at both Beech Grove If your head is stuffed up and you and the church here. have a hard cold you can quickly get -" -7 7 VSS fcv TOC Z2a&SZ7 ft "- s XX 3S W rid of the misery. Ut Yr DON'T BE BALD First, look after the bowels; any 1 They interlock and cvcr!T each oilier li such a txy that the Nearly Anyone May Secure a Splendid good cathartic will do; then breathe hardest driving rain cr covr ccnot ciTi ur.cr them. Booth's HYOMEI which promptly kills L g r. ? Growth of Hair. Wont rebate or rcilk: izi vrid - zlcT.s. it-- 7 germ life and heals the membrane. ' - ul'alc, c.""' r.cx r nc" ' rrr""" " Ic S n Breathe HYOMEI (pronounce We have a lemedy that has a record it Apply to Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., Philadelphia in the daytime through the of retarding baldness and promoting hair growth in 93 out of every 100 cases little hard rubber inhaler, and just bewhere used according to directions for fore going to bed at night do this. a reasonable length of time. That may Pour a scant teaspoonful of HYOMEI Waiter We cannot serve half a B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. seem like a strong statement it is and into a kitchen bowl of boiling water, portion to two persons, sir. we mean it to be, and no one should cover head and bowl with towel and Customer All right. Serve it to ORGANIZED 1SS3. doubt it until they have put our claims breathe for several minutes the sooth- ne, and I'll sublet to my friend here. ing, healing vapor that arises. This to an actual test. ze The Chauffeur. We are so certain Rexall "93" Hair treatment is also fine for sore throat The chauffeur is a wight, I ween. Tonic will eradicate dandruff, act to pre and catarrh. Complete HYOMEI outW OF LANCASTER, KY. Who has but few regrets; vent baldness, stimulate the scalp and fit including inhaler. $1.00; extra botHe seems to live on gasoline And Turkish cigarettes. hair roots arrest premature loss of hair tles if needed, 50c andR. E. McRoberts CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000. and promote hair giowth that we & Son is authorized to refund youi Not That Kind. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. personally give our positive guarantee money if dissatisfied. "Did that young lawyer indulge in to refund every penny paid us for it in much circumlocution when he pror. g W. 0. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., every instance where it does not give John S. Baughman and Son of Dan- posed to you, Miss Rocksleigh?'" ville have secured the services of Gorentire satisfaction to the user, "Yes, he tried to; but of course I Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is uo pleasant don Ford 2:07i fastest race record son pushed his arm away every time. You Prompt Attention. Business Solicited. to use as clear spring water, it is of Foid 2:14? for season of 1913 Gordon know I ain't that kind of a girl." delightfully perfumed and does not Ford is a handsome brown horse G yrs, J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs A Contrary Habit. grease or gum the hair , Two sizes, old 15 hands 3 inches is good headed Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. "Is your laundress a careful washer50c. and $1.00. With our guarantee and good gaited and those who are in woman?" back of it, you certainly take no risk. terested in traveling horses would do "Yes, despite the fact that she lets Sold only at our store The Rexal Store. well to see Gordon Ford before bookthings go by the board." ing their mares. pur.se, pretending that the person who writing. Doan's and at this recognized?" Mrs. J. I. Crawford spent last week found it was "Yes." "So you advertised for your lost y is!--. Ft i 0 COMPANY. gaUitfl s I flP nfU pal Warp.hniicp Ui s uiiimwu s s 3 J D CLARK, Manager 0)0 'y'.yjsa go'-- - Wkm r1 H iM 3&Jr 3 m i i- iff Lls Wlir ?-- -. I I 1 High-o-m- e) r Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- I I i No More Dandruff Falling Hair Gray Hair Depends. "Could you swallow Jaggs' story of a horse of spirit?" "Certainly, if lie made it a pony of brandy." Att'y. Sue Bennett Memorial School. Be it ordained by the City Council of the City of Lancaster; High School, Normal School, Graded School Section 1. That from and after the passage of this ordinance, itshallbe unSchool of Music, Commercial School. lawful for any person or persons, or firm or firms, or C. LEWIS, Prin. Ky. pany to sell, lend, corporation or comJ. London. vend, give or exchange within the City of Lancaster any fire crackers, Roman candles, skyrockets, or any fire works or explosives of any kind or description and any person who violates this ordinance shall upon conviction be fined in any sum not less than Ten Dollars ($10.00) nor more than Twenty-fiv- e Dollaas ($25.00) for each offense; and each sale whether to i Buy a Farm, the same or different persons shail be a IF YOU WANT TO- - Sell a Farm, But this ordinance is ( Sell at Auction separate offense. not intended to prohibit the sale of gun I will give you prices on powdpr or other like merchandise for ordinary use. 50 Choice Farms. Admittedly one of the very best schools in the State. Five Schools in one. Ordinance. description Men and women do you want a splendid head of luxuriant hair free from scalp itch and dandruff? Do you want hair so bewitchingly radiant that it compels the admiration of all who see it? Do you want a scalp as immaculately It is guaranteed under the Pure Food clean and bright as a minted coin? and Drugs Law to be absolutely free If you do, get a 50 cents bottle of PARfrom opiates or harmful drugs of any every- Women! If weak, you need Cardui, the woman's tonic Cardui is made from gentle herbs, acts in a natural manner, and has no bad results, as some of the strong drugs sometimes used. As a medicine a tonic for weak, tired, worn-o- ut women, Cardui has been a popular success for over 50 years. ISIAN 3ge to-da- y, at dealers Real Estate rock-bottom and Auctioneer. See Me or Touch the Live Wire. W. T. KING, Phone 339-LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. the passage of this ordinance within the limits of said City fire or discharge, or cause to be fired or discharged any fire crackers, Roman candles, skv rockets or any like, or other contrivance or ex- plosive, as any gun or pistal or other ........ '"" "i d.H'"uc "i vauoc iu uc cajjiuucu any jiuwuer, or oiner Put up in 25c, 50c and $1. boxes. explosive, within said City shall be IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL hned on conviction the sum of not Ipss than Ten Dollars fSIO.nm and nnl- AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY more than Twenty-fiv- e Dollars ($25.00). ' TAKING SOLACE. "No Special oitense. inis ordinance shall Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST loreacn hf in fnrfp nnd pflfprr nn nnd ifa ALONE does the work. i SOLACE nassnfre and nnhlientinn Adopted December 2, 1912. Write today forthe free box, etc. i - Section 2. Any person who shall after thousands of voluntary testimonial letters which have been received from grateful people SOLACE has restored to health. Testimonial letters, liter- ature and FREE BOX sent upon re- qnest. R. Lee Morris, president of the First National Bank of Chico, Texas, wrote the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace to my father in Memphis, Tenn., for which I enclose $1. This remedy has been used by some friends of mine here and I must say its action was won- isigneai it. l,. Morris ueriui. where. The girl with the Auburn hair SOLACE is a pure specific in every is on every carton and bottle Ask for way, and has been proven beyond que PARISIAN Sage and see that you get to be the surest and quickest remit. R. E. McRoberts & Son guarantees edy for Uric Acid Troubles known to it. medical' science, no matter how long standing. It reaches and removes the Bee Sting Cause of Death. root of the trouble (Uric Acid) and While the Abbe Genoux, priest of purifies the blood. the parish of Plagnes, France, was out THE SOLACE CO. of Battle Creek walking at Annecy, a bee flew into his are the Sole U. S. Agents and have mouth and stung him In the back of E 57 Sell J o. mSp the throat. The sting brought about acute inflammation and such a swelling of the throat that the priest died of suffocation within 20 minutes, after great suffering. Could Shout For Joy. Take CARDUI For sale by C.C.&J.E. Stormes, Lancaster J. M. Metcalf. Paint Lick, Ky The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Lula Walden, of Cramlin, S. C, followed this advice. Read her letter: "I was so weak, when I first began to take Cardui, that it tired me to walk just a little. Now, I can do all the general housework, for a family of 9." Try Cardui for your troubles. It may be the very remedy you need. I to thank you from the botheart," wrote C. B. Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Va., "for the wonderful double benefit I got from Electric Bitters, in curing me of both a severe case of stomach trouble tdid of rheumatism, from which I had been an tom of my "I want H. T. Logan, Mayor. "w-- Attest: Shelby Mason, Clerk Protem. SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek, Mich. almost helpless sufferer for ten years. It suited my case as though made just forme." For dyspepsia, indigestion, jaundice, and to rid the system of kidney poisons that cause rheumatism, Electric Bitters have no superior. Try them. Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1-- m W. O. j Riney Lancaster, Ky. - Funeral Director and Embalmer. Home Phone 33. Office Phone 18. "RSJ j" 7 j M jr4Z&2&$S&5LZ2riZ JZT3JS33T UaSTLSL7 a& i iW iipp Mia t ."ill 5SS2LS7T3Cia Have fLavJ 1 JLWsJL EB &rsi ?l Eae crASra 8 tf Hafl 5 'j 1 J&& srtLo a- - m Ejyg run yJ B IJ ill I Having merged forth from another sham battle of Sales, JOSEPH'S Real Bargains have again rewarded them with an easy victory. Y OURS h N?wLady a Suttor Coat makes the gift. handsome The Xmas Spirit is in our Store and we have many New and Useful Presents for eack Lady in every Family. Sill fiosien ,. Table feinens at Counter Prices from 29cts to $1.19 Holiday Special Napkins to match. 3 A dandy for $1.00. Our 50 cent ones cannot be beaten. in Ladies Christmas Neckwear and Mesh Bags. -- batst Novelties. - Our prices drown all competitors. We had rather show you than to tell you about them. The Store With Xmas Spirit. '""iStjrHfyvfSi-nsijSsxsij Jose r ercantile Conquerers. V I ompany Lancaster, Kentucky. in fond d i' U dH IUxgyai WTtt.47rZ3rwe2.J3F':mJS5?ZttW friends in formally to meet Mrs. Charles A. Hardin of Harrodsburg. Miss Rella Arnold was a visitor in Lexington Monday. Mrs. Elizabeth Denny is recuperating after an illness of two weeks. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Amon were visitors in Lexington Tuesday. Miss Elizabeth Ford is at home from Sayre Institute for Christmas. Miss Sarah Daniels of Paris is with her friend Mrs. John M. Mount, Mi--. Bernie Fish and bride are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burnside. Miss Letty Mae McRoberts was in Stanford for the Hoffman Recital. Mr. David Ross was in Danville for several days in the interest of tobacco. The many friends of Mrs. R. L. Hubble will regret to hear she is quite anticipation of waking Christmas that Old Santa has filled I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, their stockings, but who are doomed to disappointment. Remember that ii Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gulley have this world, even near about you, there Cakes, candy, fruit, nuts, etc. moved to the property known as the is always someone who is "down and Charley Baierlein. Lancaster hospital pu.chased of Dr. out". Smith. From our abundance let us see that House on Danville Street for rent. there are no down and outs in LancasMiss Rella Arnold. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes and lit-- 1 ter this Christmas, that there are no tie daughter Margaret Elkin Hughes firesides, no little ones to feel Haselden Bros are Head quarters for are expected for a visit to Lancaster cheerless disappointed over the failure of Old Xmas Presents of all kinds. relatives. Santa to visit them. We have been Fruit, cakes, candies, etc. abundantly blessed, and from the Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson and son Zimmer's Restaurant. George Walker Lawson were visitors abundance of our blessings let us see for several days of Miss Nell Tansy that none around us suffer, that there A full line of Christmas toys at is Christmas cheer for all within our Ward's Grocery, Dont fail to see them. of Louisville. gates. "Do unto others as you would The Literary Department of the have others do unto you", Eat your court day dinner with Woman's Club meets Saturday afterJ. W. Walker. Price 25cts. 2t. Pd. noon at 2:30 and all the members are Ball's grocery is the place to buy Boys Corn Club Exhibit Held At Miss I urged to attend. your Christmas lamps. Messrs. Charles Dunn and John Higgins Office And Prizes Awarded Fancy box candy for Xmas. McRoberts who have been attending Charley Baierlein. Last Saturday. State University are at home for the in the D. and D. Institute in Indiana polis is expected home for the Christmas. morning to find SEE OUR gcoHsssEasatyj! f Gossip About Dsopl LyTa-u- D 9,10, "1 59c Conn ter! - KSJSaflGSBZZZiZZ A Brief Mention Goings of the Comings and Wt Are Interested In. BEFORE PURCHASING. Each counter contains something useful and ornamental SaEK3JiiiR5lEJm, j Miss Mary Chestnut has been in Danville tor a visit to relatives Miss Lena Palmer of Stanford, been visiting Garrard friends. has A ) u i Reverend Shouse filled the pulpit al the Baptist church Sunday morning. Quick Meal Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Sutton wen in Louisville for a stay of several days. with set of ware, until January 1st. Something new, oven and inside Miss Scotta Petty who has been sick lining enameled. Be sure and see it. for the last two weeks is convalescent. ill. ProfTesor J. L. Riley will spend a Xmas holidays. Miss John Eva Hilton of Stanford is part of the holidays with relatives at here with her sister Mrs. R. H. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Helm motored Ghent, Ky. over from Hustonsville Sunday and Mr. Allen Johnson and his sister, were the guests of their sister Mrs. Messrs Alex and Wesley Walker and Florence are in Jacksonville for a three Thomas Ballard. V. A. Lear motored to Danville, weeks visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey will Miss Sadie Anderson has been in leave soon for a two weeks visit to Mrs. Walker Guynn of Paint Lick Danville for a visit to her aunt Miss their daughters in Hamilton Ohio, and m has been the guest of Mrs. S. D. Dove Harris. Terre Haute Indiania. Cochran. The Chautauqua Circle met Wednes Miss Margaret Arnold of Madison Miss Frankye KaufFman is expected Female Institute arrives today for the day afternoon at the home of Mrs. home next week from a protracted Fred P. Frisbie. holiday season. stay with her sister Mrs. John Shakel-for- d MILL Mr. M. H. Dudley and little daughter in Des Moines. Iowa. Dr. D. N. Smith and wife who reElizabeth have been in Richmond for a cently sold their residence have moved Mrs. Joe Arnold and daughter Mr?. direct to us is naturally visit to relatives. to Whitetburg. Nell Arnold Taylor and little daughter Miss Cecil Batson was in Stanford have returned frow Columbia South cleaner than if it had Mr. John Glenn of Lexington was this week for a visit to hergrand-mothe- s Carolina to reside again in Lancaster. was Miss Bessie Brown's guest Saturbeen subject to many Mrs. J. H. Hilton. day and Sunday. Mrs. R. L. Tuggle who has been handlings. Cleanliness, Harry Tomlinson and Miss Minnie traveling with her husband through the Mrs. Fisher Herring of Preachers-vill- e were in Stanford for west, the past year, stopped off with was the gutst of Miss Lily Dale Margaret Walsh, is not its only however, w Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Conn and family the Hoffman Recital. Grant Saturday. on her way to Villarica Ga. Mr. Wat Arnold spent the past week S virtue. It bakes better and goes farther than any other Mrs. J. Wesley West of Washington in Nicholasville the guests of Mr. and Miss Mary Arnold who has been City is expected shortly for a visit to flour we know. If you make good bread now, try our fiour Mrs. Andrew Hemphill. with her sister Miss Allie Arnold for a Mrs. W. T. West. and make better. You'll save a little too because you can Mr. and Mrs. Benjaime Letcher, of stay of some length is being entertainDr. H. M. Grant of Norfolk Va., 5 Saturday and be ed this week at an enjoyable house will be at home Saturday for the New York will arrive make the same sized loaf with less flour party at the home of Miss McAlister in guests of Mrs. E. L. Owsley. Christmas holidays. Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. If Elder F. M. Tinder left Monday for Miss Nancy Walker will be at home Mrs. J. E. Robinson entertained at Saturday from Atlanta where she is n Washington City for the an elaborate Reception Saturday eventaking a course in kindergarten. ?i League Convention. ing the honor guest being Miss Fannie c? " Dan Collier Elkin of Yale College is C. Rawson State Librarian of Franke9&.3G&iM:tf3il Mrs. G. M. Patterson and daughter at home for the Yuletide with his fort. The well appointed luncheon Miss Helen were in Cincinnati for a parents Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Elkin. served was quite appetizing. stay of several days. 'gJTim Mrs. Henly V. Bastin has been in Mrs. Emma G. KaufFman gave an B Miss Edna Kavanaugh of the IndiaMrs. elegant six o'clock dinner on Saturday wffl be at Nicholasville with her sister napolis D. and D. Institute Charles F Denman who is quite ill. as a compliment to Miss Fannie C. home for the Yule-tidfrom Dan- Rawson, the State Librarian, eight of Clay Pumphrey came over Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price were guests the members of the Woman's Club in Dan- ville, Sunday and was the guest of his of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Grant Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey. were invited to meet Miss Rawson parents as well as the present-Yoville, Sunday and,Monday. around the festal board. exMiss Annie Rovston of Chicago will don't always Miss Lillian Cochran of Georgetown At the last meeting of the U. D. C. spend the holidays with her pect to have a small College will be at home for the Xmas be here to parents Mr. and Mrs. James A. Royston. the following officers were elected for holidays the last of the week. business. Then prepare the ensuing year, President, Mrs. S. Mr. and Mrs, Parish and son have D. Cochran, yourself for a big one Miss Margaret Morrow who has been Vice President Mrs John ir. Cynthiana teaching in the D. and D. Institute in returned to their home Mount, Secretary Mrs. E. C. Gaines, Open an account at the Indianapolis is expected home for the after a stay of two months in Lancas- Recording Secretary Mrs. M. P. FrisGarrard Bank &. Trust ter. holidays. bie, Historian Mrs. J. L. Riley, Trea- Co., and Met used doing Miss Angie Kinnaird who is teaching sure, Mrs. J. A. Royston; Chaplain, a few Mrs. T. J. Price entertained business as big business is done. Besides an account here Mrs. Fannie FarrajjMrs. Rebecca West is a money saver in many ways. A check costs you only Honoary Vice President for life. two cents to mail. What does it cost you to send the cash? Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herdering entertained at six o'clock dinner last & evening, honoring Mr. and Mr. C. E. ii war 1 mi hi mm in iiiiw Stanford of Indianapolis. Muncie (Ind.) Morning Star. Mrs. Stanford will be remembered as ' Miss Miss Zada Zanone of this city. ii. . She is now accompanying her husband who is touring the north and west in the interest of a fraternal organization. souvenir given away with each purchase of 25cts or more. The Malleable Mrs. T. S. Smith is in Louisville anc Indianapolis, for a visit to friends. Range J. Mount, Son & Co, i i i Flour From The s 1 The contest as to who was to be the successful competitor in the Garrard county Boys Corn Club was held last Saturday afternoon in the office of the County Superintendent of Schools. Prof. Freeman Gilbert of the Agricultural College at Lexington cr me over and did the judging, and also gave the boys some interesting facts and instructions in regard to how to cultivate corn successfully. Prof. Gilbert complimented the boys on their efforts and took occasion to say that while the exhibits were not as numerous, yet the quality was among the best he had seen. Many of the boys who entered the contest fell into hard lines, had a bad stand, and many other difficulties which beset older and more experienced farmers, hindered them from making a success of their acre, and a great many of them, feeling that it would be useless, did not make a show of their product. The prizes were awarded as follows: Best yield, 1st prize .$15.00 offered by Banks Hudson, went to Robert Parsons, whose yield was 115 bushels, or 23 barrels on his acre; second prize, boys saddle by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. Jerome Cotton, 98 bushels; third prize $2.50 in gold, by Banks Hudson, Edwin Scott S6 bushels. Best 10 ears. 1st prize $5.00 in gold by Banks Hudson, Jerome Cotton; 2nd prize, Hat by H. T. Logan, Tom Reynolds; 3rd $2.50 by Banks Hudson, Assorted candies, nuts, fruits, etc., at Zimmer's. Big dinner and supper Christmas day at Baierlein's restaurant. Call on Ross & Whitlock for Xmas candys, we have a nice line. 2t Cakes, candies, fruits, nuts, etc. Zimmer's Restaurant. AH kinds etc. of nice candy, fruits, nuts, Charlie Baierlein. We are now prepared to take boarders and furnish rooms. J. W. Walker. For a Present for mother, Father, Daughter and Son. See Haselden Bros. Santa CJaus For your best can goods call on Ball for the "Del Monte" brand for extra quality. Please call and settle your account at once. I need the money. It. Pd. J. W. Walker. A large beautiful doll to be given away free at Mrs. W. H. Ward's Grocery, Ask about it. s u 1 Lancaster Elevator &FlourMills "-''szt-wa- I Anti-Saloo- Bring us your Christmas orders, where they will be filled promptly, at Ball's grocery. New line of fancy ribbons and chiffon veils for Christmas. Miss Rella Arnold. We have just received a large line of china, that we are selliug at a reduced price at Ball's. See the beautiful Cnristmas display : Look To l$b Future u The Garrard Bank i Trust Company I It's Pretty Tough Luck to be out of t J w king Powder AbsolutelyPure The Golden Rule. 1 and then have the bottom drop out of the thermometer. Don't have that hap oal i Co. 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. Cooking under modern methods and conveniences is made so attractive the whole family is becoming interested. "These biscuits are delicious; this cake is excellent," says the father. " I made them," says the daughter, and both father and Lancaster Lumber & M'fg daughter beam with pleasure. Royal Baking Powder has made 'home baking a success, a pleasure and a profit, and the best cooking today the world over is done with its aid. Were you ever "down and out"? Did the happy vule tide ever find you with a cheerless hearth, when all about you was comfort and happiness? Did you ever see the time when "Old Santa" failed to make his appearence down your chimney, when the neighbors children were rejoicing over finding full stockings on Christmas and your little ones were without the necessities of life, when through misfortune, sickness or ill luck the joyous season had found you without the making of even a frugal repast? If you have.you know the feeling Remember that there are those about you who are in just this condition, those who could be made happy by a small portion from your bounty, which you could easily contribute without missfng it. Remember that there are about you many little ones who will go to bed Robert Parsons. Best bushel 1st prize, $10.00 in gold by Garrard Milling Co. Jerome Cotton; 2nd, pair shoes by Joseph Mercantile Co. Robert Parsons; 3rd, Bridle by Haselden Bros. Robert Kinnaird. The efforts of these lads in practical farming are to be commended and might well be emulated to advantage by many of their elders. It is to be hoped that if another efforts is made in this direction that the boys will meet with better success and each and everyone of them may be able to raise a crop worthy of being put on exhibition. The exhibit of young Robert Parsons is especially worthy of mention, the lad we are informed is but 15 years of age. He is a son of "Squire R. F. Parsons of the Flat Woods country, and his effort was made on the flat wood land, by no means the most fertile or productive land in the county; his particular acre being his own property for which he paid $6.50, but by dint of hard work, the use of fertilizer and a knowledge of farming which would do credit to one of maturer years, he succeeded in producing 23 barrels of corn, and of a very fine quality. The efforts of thtse untiring youths in their agricultural venture, and their ultimate success, shows the possibilities of even the poorest of the soil of Garrard county when treated practically. Danville Street. at Mrs. W. H. Ward's Grocery, Everyyou. thing new and will be bound to please When you come to town make Ball's grocery your headquarters, where you can get all kinds of fresh fruit and candies. Furs wanted: At present they are very high. Bring them in before they drop. Skunks are especially good. 2t H. B. Northcott. For Rent. My house containing 8 rooms, cood garden, lot and barn. Apply to W. T. West. Mrs. Jennie West. For Sale. Old fashioned condition. 12-2- 0 4t square piano in good Miss Jennie Swope. Marksbury, Ky., We the Directors of the Farmers Union Supply Co request all stock holders to meet in Lancaster Monday Dec. 23rd at 10 o'clock. John L. Dozier, Pres. Notice To Creditors. Fire works for Low Round Trip Holdiay Fares Via Queen & All persons indebted to the estate of the late W. P. Anderson will please call and settle same at once. All persons having claims against said estate mile on will sale present same to me properly provJ. W. Bourne. en. J. E. Anderson, Adm'r. R. F. D. No. 1. Lancaster Ky. 12-20-- 3t. Crescent Route. City Taxes. AH 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 Tickets on sale December 13, 14, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, and 31. 1912, and January 1, 1913. Return limit January 6, 1913. Apply to nearest Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, -t for full infornation, W. A. Beckler once. , L. E. Herron, City Marshall. 2G, P, A., Cincinnati, O. -v s 1 l5BgqHg555Bg55g&555i Give IK CHRISTMAS FOR ALL The Store Beautiful. VI ATWOOI) relK THIE! ZLTA-IMIIIILj". NTS that this is the place to The Bright Spot in Lancaster. A fit t-- e Father a LEATHER ROCKER, to Mother one of those Famous "HOOS1ER" Cabinets, Sister a Cedar chest or Shirt Waist Box and to Brother a nice CHIFFONIER. Besides we have numerous other gifts that are very appropiate. A I Come in and see the beautiful things we have on display. call will convince you V Hurt and An rson. fcsasagagafMsasaE MssKsaas sn!nnmassaag?ssas3 Public Sale. Memorial John Frost has moved back from' Tennessee. Tom Worrel sold a fat hog to Eli Cox for $7.10 a hundred. Tom Worrel sold a cow to Sam Adderson for 4 cts a pound. Rev. Roberts filled his regular appointment at Lawson Chapel lasc Sunday. John Bolton sold his tobacco crop at Danville, last week at about J cts a pound. Good Hope church called Rev. A. C. Baird as pastor for next year at their last meeting. W. H. Furr bought 12 barrels of corn from Tom Worrel for 2.25 a Drives Off A Terror. 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 lost in taking the no time should-b- e best medicine obtainable to drive it off. Countless thousands have found this to be Dr. King's New Discovery. "My husband believes it has kept him from having pneumonia three or four times," writes Mrs. George W. Place, Rawson-villVt., "and for coughs, colds and croup we have never found its equal. Guaranteed for all bronchial affections' Price 50 cts. and $1.00. Trial bottle free at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Drug Store. 1-- m i e, ons, 2 breaking plows; 2 riding cultva-torI walking cultivator; 1 e corn planter; 1 wheat drill; interest in a tobacco setter; 1 top bugPAINT LICK. gy; 1 buck board; a lot of plow gear and 1 leather set of wagon harness; a Quite Aware of It. Mrs. Mary Fox of Danville has been Shifted Responsibility. Percollum (of the Daily Bread) guest of Mrs. Jas Francis. the "These patent foods are great pro- lot of hemp breaks; about 73 chickens, My dear, you are not only my chief moters of domestic tranquility," said some house hold goods and other things Miss Mary D. Beck of McKinney is incentive to work but my lifelong in- young Mrs. Terkins. too numerous to mention. ths guest of Mise Christine Metcalf. spiration. "They are great conveniences." TERMS OF SALE: All sums of ten Little Ray Rucker of Campbelsville Mrs. Percollum I know I'm your in"Not only that; whenever Charley dollars and under, cash in hand and is visiting her sister Miss Geneva spiration, all right, Percival. When- starts to complain about the meal3 ever I mix a metaphor or make a little I can stop the argument by telling over that amount, a credit of six Rucker. months with approved security from Mrs. Laban Kirke of Paintsville is mistake in my grammar you turn it him to write to the manufacturer." date of sale. into a story and get pay for it! visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. C. C. S. Cotton, R F. D. No 2, Paint Lick, Ky. McWhorter. A Trifle Damp. Most Unusual Case. "How's that lot you bought at I used to know a public man Mr. John White has returned to his You may not think It true. Dingledale?" home after a visit to his daughter Mrs. But when he for an office ran Rank Carelessness. "I haven't seen it yet." wires he pulled were few. The R. G. Woods. Woman Passenger Conductor, why "No?" Mr. A. B. Estridge returned to Crab is the train standing here so long. A "I'm waiting for it to dry off." Left a Few. Orchard Sunday after a few days visit hotbox? It's funny you never discover "I suppose," said the disgruntled these thing before the train starts! to his family here. manyoung man when the producing TEMPERED JOY. Puck. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Guyn of Canada ager handed back his play, "that you arrived last Saturday ftr a extended have stolen all my bright ideas." "Oh, not all of them," the manager visit to their parents. Sometimes They Shrink. gravely replied. "I don't want to get "Pop, what does multum in parvo The twenty eighth of this month has so many bright ideas as to be considmean?" "Multum in parvo, my son, been decided on for the Dedicaton of ered supernatural." Is Latin, and means er well, haven't the new school house. you ev$r seen a fat woman in a bathGossip. Mr. Newton Todd of Atlanta Ga. is ing suit?" Judge. "Some folks were highly excited here to visit his parents Mr. and Mrs. when they heard the other day that Wm Todd doing the holidays. young Charley Softed was caught kissMr. and Mrs. Tom Logston had for ing another rftan's wife." their guests Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hood '"Good gracious! "Who was the creature?" of Berea la-- t Saturday and Sunday. "Don't get excited. It was his Mr. and Airs. H. L. Wallace, and mother." Mrs Walker Guyn took their little ones I to Lancaster last Saturday to see Santa Low Grade of Knowledge. Haseldens store. Claus at "Did young Charlie Goldie call on you last night?" "Yes, he calls almost every night." "That sounds serious. What sort of young man is he pretty intelligent?" Bronson You were passing around "Intelligent! Why, say, he doesn't the cigars yesterday? know enough to embrace an Woodson Yes; new baby at my house. Bronson But it wasn't your first baby? Welcome Arrival. "I don't think we had better lose Woodson No; my fourth. But how any time about calling on our new did you know? neighbors," said Mrs. Mainchance. Bronson I smoked one of the "Why?" inquired her husband. cigars. I s; two-horsone-ha- lf What Did the Bride Say? widower, with his The three-time- s newest choice, was once more making the necessary visit to the city official Upon receiving the fee In Hoboken. the clerk exclaimed heartily: "Thank you! Come again!" Judge. In the quiet hours of the closing Lord's Dry at the Christian church I COG 0OO66OOCOOQ04OOO4 OOOOCOOOO 000 CO the Auxiliary held a memorial service for its "lost leader" Mrs. Sarah Yancy. Such a loss has never before confronted epacc below tins beading Is for be excluWoman's Board of sive use of our farmer subscribers, and is for the Christain the sale of stock, grain and such things on Mission in Ky., and to the Auxiliary farm as the farmer cannot aflo'd to adver- here the blow is doubly strong, for tise. No notice will "ue accepted oer four she was a personal friend to almost lines, and will be only in .no issues of the every woman in our ranks. Such trib; Record, free of charge utes were paid to her as can come only FOR SALE:0ne pair 3 yr. old, 15 hand from hearts loving and true, and minds deeply imbued with her worth and horse mules. Christian courage. Hughes Aldridge, Hyattsville. She was the direct inspiration to missionary interest in the life of every For rent or sale 2 Cottage dwellings at Lowell Ky. see Sam Henderson or woman present, and as the reward to write Dr. J. A. Snowden, Winchester. her service for them a renewed zeal ( and interest was pledged though her : life has gone, the light she shed whose SALE:-On- e registered Duroc Jersey for Boar, twenty months old. Will sell brightness was lost while she remaincheap if taken at once. B. F. Robinson ed, shall shine on with us forever. Though her lovely face has vanished Lancaster, Ky. into HeaAen her song and the inspira RENT:-On- e tenant house, contain- tion of her song is left to us. for Though the messenger has ceased to ing three good rooms, apply to Wilspeak, the King is here to fulfill the liam Hurte, Sr., Lowell, Ky. tidings she brought. We thank the Father that Mrs. Yancey was ours for so many years. And that through the HIS MISTAKE EXPLAINED. blessed voice of missions we leavned The gentleman who wore evening to know her best. clothes and the remnants of a jag at Of her it was said. nine o'clock in the morning was clingLife's race well run. ing to the footboard of a crowded surface car in Chicago. As the car round- Life's crown well won. ed a sharp curve with a jerk the perLife's work well done, son in the Incongruous apparel fell Now cometh rest. quickly and heavily to the cobblestones. He was picked up by the strong hands of the counductor and How He Got It. about twenty passengers. Joe How are you, old man? 'Collision?" he asked in a dignified Arthur Got a beastly cold, y'know. tone of voice. Joe Hard luck, by Jove. Been go"No," said the conductor. "Off the track?" further questioned ing out in the cold without your monocle? the victim of the accident Arthur No. Called on Henery at "No," said the conductor. "Well," concluded he of the jag, "if his house and that wretched dog of I had known that I wouldn't have got his persisted in wagging his tail and creating a draft. off." Popular Magazine. & 1 I FARMER'S COLUMN I Services. ! Fragile Kids. There is a higi rate of infant morHaving sold my farm, I will at my tality among children of the imaginaplace, on the Doty Lane leading from tion. Life. the Richmond and Lancaster pike, , Had HIrn Sized- - Up. seven miles from Lancaster and five NOW ON SALE "D'ye know, Wiliie Chumpleigh miles from Paint Lick, on Miss Gladys, 1 hadn't been talking to TO ALL VIXTEIi RESORTS MONDAY, DECEMBER 30th, 1912. your father more than a couple of offer at public sale, the following prop- minutes when lie called me a brain- -' FARES TO SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P less idiot?" Miss Gladys "Indeed! erty the delay?" Fourteen head of horses and mules, I wonder what caused 3 work mules; 1 pair horse mules, 3 and 4 years old, loj hands high; 1 two Foils A Foul Plot. Long Return Limit. Full Stop-Ov- er Privileges. year old mare mule, extra good ISA When a shameful plot exists between Three through daily trains to Flcida, via Queen & Crescent hands high, well broke; 1 five year old liver and bowels to cause distress by Route. Double daily through service to New Orleans. saddle and harness mare, gentle driver refusing to act, take Dr. King's New lighted equipment, including Pullman Drawing-Rooand not afraid of steam; 1 Life Pills, and end such abuse of your Sleeping Cars, Dining Car?, and Day Coaches. bay mare, splendid family mare, in system. They gently compel right act- -' foal to jack; two year-ol- d mahogany ion For detail5; csll on anv Ticket Acnt. Oicen & Crescent Route, or annlv to of stomach, liver and b wels. and! bay gelding, broke to ride; 1 one year-ol- d Ky. K H. C. KING, Passenger & Ticket Aecnt, 101 E. Main St., Lexir.-'ton- , feelbay gelding; 1 blind mare, eleven restore your herlth and all good Mi ift;sagS -' 11B J years old, in foal to jack; 1 bay pony ings. 25c. at R. E. McRoberts & Son. mare, five years old, in foal by Shetland; 1 weanling spotted pony, beautifully marked and good size; 1 twoyear-ol- d H Ml black fillv pony, pony trap and har- icPreeggrea5gggsagg5tfV:!MlJ Mi ness, well broke; 1 weanling mare s. A. P, Barnard, Pres. J. M. Gentry, u Luther Stivers, Sales Mgr. R. L. Baker, four-yemule-- 1 old jennett: 1 two- year percheron steel gray, extra good type, heavy bone, Would weigh 1500 pounds if fat. and very nice performer; 8 head of cattle, 3 milk cows; 3 stripped first calves, 1 full blood jersey cow, Auctioneers: J. C. ROBERTS, J. N. GIBBONS. EARLE BASS and BROTHER. fresh with second calf a d a good one, 1 yearling heifer, will be fresh in spring, 4 steer calves. IS head of hogs, 13 of which are fat, weighing Sales-Manag- er WinterTourist Tickets to-wit- :- ! Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Uec-trically I ' ten-year-o- ld m - ' W Vice-Pre- s. Sec-Trea- ar Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. Luther Stivers In A Class By Himself and booster for the following houses: "WAREHOUSES. from two to two hundred and twenty-fiv- e pounds. Will sell these fat bogs privately if desiied. 4 fine gilts due to farrow sometime in April; 1 full blood Duroc male weighing about 125 lbs; also 3 stacks of hay; a lot of Boone county white seed corn and a lot of yellow seed coan, an early variety. MANAGERS. A. P. Barnard, J. W. Rodes. Land Bros., J. N. Gibbons. Luther Stivers &. Bro. Sherburne, Lexington, Stivers, Central Ky. Growers, Baker Farming implements, two-hor- se wag- J. M. Scott. Gentry, E. B. Hawkins. 8c Floor Space 3,000,000. Open day and night. Stable Room for 1,000 Horses. Shed room for 1,000 loads of tobacco, no danger of damage. Financial responsibility. Guarantee sales every day. Best experienced tobacco men in Kentucky to advise you about tobacco. Full competition of all the buying trade, including manufacturers, dealers and exporters Haul your tobacco to us where you have individual attention to each basket by experienced warehousemen and where you can better control the sale as to time and price. BOTH 'PHONES 964. Offerings and sales of tobacco on our market this week shows LEXINGTON, KY., DEC. to be 2,293,440 pounds, with a general average on the entire offering of $12.50; ranging from $4. to $23.50 A great many crops have sold this week at an average of $15.00 and upwards, and the mrrket has shown a stronger tendency on practicle all grades. The advance on red tobaccos of medium to good qu lity have been very perceptible, and good to fine colory grades of all types ha3 demanded more and a general stiffening in prices of this class. Extra good crops of both the red and colory types are not showing so plentiful as a first impress-o- n of the crop indicated. We, therefore, have had a better market on this class of tobacco, and probably a futher advance may be expected on the extra good and faiicy tobaccos. The Stivers House, one of the houses belonging to this Company, sold this week the $o8.00 basket which is the highest price so far obtained at any wareeouse on any market for tobacco. The two sets of buyers are able to keep up with tha sales, and sellers need not have any fear in bringing theiJ tobacco to this market but what they may expect prompt sales every day. The Tobacco Exchange on the market have decided to adjoin sales on December 20th, resuming on com-petit- on January LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. (Incorporated) E333E3EK52S3aS g IMJiyiOrllli)! f Tobacco To m I I Bring1 Your ECZEMA CAN BEGUREDi i w Stanford Street. Business Phone 211. Will Prove it To You At My Expense. DAYS moving van and they have a lot of things we will want to borrow." A Holdup. "I have watched them unload the A Doubtful Compliment. YOU WHO ARE SUFFERECZEMA. WHOSE vey "Why did you give that servant such ARE MISERABLE. She was very plain at the start a fine letter of recommendation?" WHOSE NIGHTS ARE MADE SLEEPLESS BY asked one woman. THE TERRIBLE ITCHTrue Economy. "I was willing to do anything," reING. BURNING PAINS. "What ia your idea of an economplied the other, "to get her to go LET ME SEND YOU A FREE TRIAL OF TJIE ical wife?" away peaceably." TREATMENT WHICH "One who can wear a $200 synHAS CURED HUNDREDS WHICH I BELIEVE WILL thetic pearl necklace with a $500,000 One on the Surgeon. CURE YOU. 1 WILL SEND "When I die," remarked Cholly, "I genuine air!" IT J?TJWR 'PflCTAnf think I'll leave my brain to some PAID. WITHOUT ANY OBLIGATION OK xuuu rAui. o uar khus nu A letter prominent surgeon." A Rare Bird. OR SEND YOUR NAME AND ADDRESS ON "Don't do it," advised Algy. "These "Pa, what Is a rara avis?" POSTAL CARD. A I WILL SEND THE practical Jokes are bad form; very hart TREATMENT FREE OF COST TO YOU. "A political candidate who has form, old top." JT.CHUTZELL. m W.MalaSt..Ft.Wayne.In4 to explain.' ING THE TORTURES OF He says she grows prettier every day. Which Is complimentary In part. Though lie might be understood to con- Residence Phone 66. m Direct Buyers. No No Auction Sales. I Commission To Pay. We Buy Your Tobacco at Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. m rSJlTrIiTaMrS mZ? rrc-- t L A v. t . i'ji. r: .'-'- r. ti j: - .- -