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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 24, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 cen1912122401_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 24, 1912 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1912 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD PURE REL1QI0A, ON1ARNISHED DEM0CRAC1 AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY THIRD YEAR. S LANCASTER, KY., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 24 1912. A representative of the Dowie nrint O'Dwyer of Richmond held ing house of Chicago was here this Father Catholic service at the home of Mr. N. week, soliciting orders from local business men. We noticed that those who Miller this (Tuesday) morning. send their printing ordeis away from The mark down sales held by the home are usually the first who want Lancaster merchants immediately pre- their home printer to "keep something ceding. Christmas proved a material out of the paper" for them and he assistance to Santa Claus. usually does. Interior Journal. The various loose leaf tobacco markets Takes Vacation. will conduct no sales until January 2d, but they will be open for the reception Mr. Clay Pumphrey, the gentlemanly of tobacco as usual. operator at the Colonial Theatre, will leave this week for a week's visit to The banks will be closed and the relatives in Ohio and Indiania. Mr. postoffice will observe holiday hours Pumphrey has had charge of these ma tomorrow (Christmas day) but the chines for some time, and to his effi rural carriers will make their deliveries ciency is due the lion's share of credit as usual. for the splendid entertainments at the We have endeavored to get the name Colonial. During his absence, another of everyone who was "home for the good operator will be on hand. Dan holidays", and all the visitors in town, ville Messenger. but because of going to press early Drawings Attract Large Crowds. some may have been overlooked. Telephone us your personals and we The distribution of prizes was held shall be glad to publish them. by Mr. J. W. SmitL on last Saturday afternoon, and at the appointed hour Trial Postponed. an enormous crowd gathered around The examining of Mr. S. H. Estes the front of his place, all in eager which was set for last Friday in Rich- anticipation, each and every one feelinc mond was postponed because of the ina- confident that their ticket would get bility of Mr. Porter Wearren, who was one of the offered prizes. The number cut in a fight with Mr. Estes last week, first drawn corresponded to the coupon to appear against him. M r. Wearren is help by Mr. J. S. Johnson Sr. which in The Gibson Sanitarium where he is entitled him to a two horse Studebaker receiving every attention, and while wagon valued at S75. Mr. Johnson his condition Is yet serious, it is thought having no use for the article immediate that he will pull through all right. ly put it up at auction, it bringing him Pine Knot Wins. $72.50. NUMBER 38. 40 Cents PER POUND The Danville Tobacco Warehouse Company Breaks All Records for the Year Over Its Floors. This House Has Made a Wonderful Record This Week For Three Straight Days It Has Only Touched the High Spots. Highest Floor Average, Highest Individual Average and the Highest Priced Single Basket, Which Is a Record To Be Proud Of. for The Averages Given below Are the People Who Have Tobacco to Sell Over The Danville Breaks. Eye-Opene- rs Was ever a prettier day than Sunday seen in December? We Have Noticed The Fad. pfrtfljgMjgMjg IjIjjjSJi We wish you a MERRY CHRISTMAS and a HAPPY and PROSPER OUS NEW YEAR. Thanking you for your liberal patronage. HASELDEN BROS. m The court of appeals has decided that there was "no election" in the struggle between Pine Knot and Whitley City as to which place was the county seat of McCreary county, holding that the election should be held on some regular election day in November. In the election from which the appeal was taken Whitley City won, and the decision of the court is looked upon as a victory for Pine Knot. Abaudons Tripod For The Law. e, The ticket calling for the second prize, a bicycle valued at $50. was held by Mrs. Harry Crutchfield. The 3d prize, $35.00 in gold vent to Mr. Willian F. Parsons, 4th prize. $25.00 in gold to Mrs. Ocie Sisk of Lancaster. 5th prize $10.00 in gold, to James Martin and the 6th prize, $5.00 in gold, went to John N. Ross the meat market and groceryman. After the awarding of prizes by Mr. Smith was finished, Mr. R. H. Batson 'irrJl"i:rgJlTrMrr5JMiJli WimMMMliMiBMf&rm I will save you money on a good This House Has The Largest Floor Space South of the Kentucky River in the State 'of Kentucky Unloading Capacity Unsurpassed Stable Room for 200 Horses. Mr. George W. Boner of Nicholas-villone time editor of the Nicholas-vill- e Tribune, was examined at Irvine last week and was duly admitted to the practice of law, and is now well on his wav to a seat on the supreme bench. George is a Garrard county boy, a son of the late John A. Bonerof the Marks-bur- y neighborhood, and we wish him all the success in the world in his new pursuit. He will probably practice his professisn in Ni- holasville. - gave away a trunk, the holder of the lucky ticket being a colored man who works for the Garrard Milling Co. Merry Xmas. Heating1 or Cooking Stand Pipe Material On The Ground. SQUARE DEAL AND COURTEOUS TREATMENT GUARANTEED ALL Henry Bright and Allen Hieatt, President and Secretary, respect ively, of the Danville Tobacco Warehouse Company; (located on Walnut street,) are two of the happiest men in Danville. Why? Because they All of the material for the huge water tower to be erected in the rear of the postoffice is on the ground, the foundation is already completed and the contractors claim that it can be completed within thirty days. However, it is not probably that the actual work of erecting it will be commenced until after the holidays, as the workmen G. Devine, af Mercer county, sold for the job will be sent here from 1,950 pounds for $567.14. His crop Pittsburg Pa. , and ther are more than likely to want tn spend their Christmas averaged at home. $19.00. $24.90 Wets To Contest. Mitchel Taylor, of Boyle county; sold 1.215 pounds, for $302.54, The liquor interests of Somerset will warehouse, that eclipse anything that has which averaged have made records at their contest the signal victory of the prohibition people recently won in the county election. Their allegations will Harvey & Sexton of Mercer coun- be irregularities in the petitions. The to them. this exuberant feeling. For three straight days last week this house ty, sold 1,555 pounds for $318.08, prohibition sentiment is very strong in Pulaski county, and we are very much Judge George M. Davidson, One Of Linwhich average of the opinion that it is needless for the made the highest floor average, the highest individual average and the saloon people to go against the coln County's Most Distinguished Cobbs & Potis, of Boyle county inevitable, unless they are merely playhighest priced basket of the week was sold over its breaks. It brought sold 1,195 pounds, for Sons, Dies At His Home $220,07, ing for a little longer lease of life for the saloons while they grasp every which average In Stanford. 40cts per pound. Is this not a record to be justly proud of? This imaginable technicality, for in the long run the prohibition people are sure to Judge George Mosby Davidson died John Moore, of Mercer county win out. house has been greatly enlarged the past season and now has the larat his home in Stanford on last Wednesday morning and his remains, after sold 2,440 pounds for $521.76, which yet been accomplished in the local tobacco business and which justify The Record is out a day early this week because of the fact that tomorrow is Christmas day, and we wish to each and every one of our friends and patrons a very Merry Christmas and a happy and prosperous New Year. We have witn this issue served you during the current year with fifty two issues of the Record, just how good, just how readable, we' will leave you to say, but we are happy in the consciousness that we have done our best, that we have published these issues with "malice toward none and charity for all", taking care to publish nothing that would add needlessly to the care or pain of our friends and neighbors, refraining to say aught but what was good of anyone, and in the event we were not able to say something good, preserving silence. The force of the Record have worked faithfully during the year 1912, each and every one of them doing cheerfully and well whatsoever was in their power to assist in the successful publication of the paper, and to each and everyone of them we extend the seasons greeting and hope that the meager holiday which we are able to spare to them from their duties may prove enjoyable STOVE. a w- - 53Sig3gBL5ji bbjpL I -t i ((P-i- - rt i ,- Te- -- .t Yl&. ..". Ii vf tRSRSi My Stoves are welded where others are bolted. j Wit, ' " s3sl& -- Ji $20.04. $18.00. W. a o o o u J. ROMANS. O M gest floor capacity of any house South of the Kentucky river in the averaged County Schools Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods Close. State of Kentucky, with stable capacity for 200 head of horses. With a square deal accorded to all and ever courteous treatment on the part of tne management of this house, its business is steadily increasing. Its auctioneer is regarded as one of the very best in the whole country and he never lets a basket go until it has brought every cent it is worth. Whole Crop Averaged $26.40 The majority of the county schools, in fact all which began in time and A. Devine, or Mercer county sold were not interrupted by sickness or 1.565 pounds for $314.65, which some other cause, closed their term on last Friday, and pupils and teachers averaged may enjoy the holidays to the utmost, secure in the knowledge that school is W- - P. Meredith, of Mercer coun- out for this winter. ty sold 3;0 10 pounds for $646.61 The schools of the county have had an unusually successful year, more which averaged interest being evinced by both teachers and pupils than ever before and the W. P. Kincaid of Lincoln "county country school is fact forging its way as an educational factor. sold 1,695 pounds, for $368.43. to the front The course of study has been broadened, which averaged the facilities have been increased, more care ii takeu of the buildings and $21.38. $20.01. $21.48. grounds, proper accoustics are George Moberly of Mercer county to assist the pupils in the pursuit sold 475 pounds for $106-04- , of their studies, the teachers as well as which Mr Reuben H. Bronough.of Lincoln county, broke all records this the pupils have become students and averaged every possible oflfort is being made to week when he sold his crop of tobacco at this house for an average of $22.33. make the country school a flower for R. H. Bronaugh of Lincoln coun- good in the couse of education in the $26.40, his best basket bringing 40c per pound. This tobacco is said to ty has to his credit the year's rec- county. There i3 a vast difference between ord for the highest average made the country school teacher of a decade the best seen in the State fer the past five years. have been over the local breaks, as well as ago and of today; then a certificate, Follow the crowd to the Danville Tobacco Warehouse and sell the highest single basket sold. either 1st 2d or 3d class was all that His offering this, week "were 1,605 was necessary to teach, Now a country pounds which brought $536.06 school teacher must keep abreast of your tobacco and go home with a smile of satisfaction on your face. the times in educational matters, or she which averaged. will soon find herself unable to secure Following are a few of the best averages of the week: a school. In consequence during the interim between schools the teacher takes steps to perfect herself for the position which she holds, she attends chautauqua gatherinps, instinutes, and last but not least goes to Normal school and takes a course and uses every possible effort to make herself better fitted for the application of the more DANVILLE KENTUCKY. modern methods of teaching. fur-nise- ed $21.70. funeral services at the Methodist church, of which he had long been a CO member, were placed at rest in the Stanford cemetery. Judge Davison was taken seriously 11 at Silver Creek, where he had for some time been on duty as a U. S. S5 storekeeper and gauger, and his condition becoming alarming, he was taken home, arriving there in an unconscious A condition on Tuesday afternoon. Judge SB Davison was 57 yeais of age at the time of his death. was a unique Judge Davison politics of the Eight w figure in Congressional district, an uncomprom- CO ising old line republican, he held the distinction of being the only republican O ever elected to Congress from the district, he having defeated Hon. John B. w Thompson of Harrodsburg in 1896. There was never a political gathering of any monent in the district but what Mr. Davison was to be found in the forefront fighting for the principles of CO his party. His last political act was as an elector, espousing the cause of Pres- O ident Taf t, and went down in defeat, though fighting gamely for that princi- ft Zmas Is Here H W Currey sells all kinds of best 2 W O "a O CO c W 3 FRUITS, CANDIES p - and NUTS. Be sure and give him a call before you buy. K W CO o M Cd $26.40 Mr. Davison ple which he espoused. was a man of the highest integrity, fa and had a host of friends in the state, O irrespective of party affiliation. He w had held many offices of distinction, in- 55 cluding that of County Judge, at the hands of his home people, and they loved him for his many noble traits of H character. He also served as Assist- DANVILLE ant District Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky. Judge Davison in survived by two brothers, Dr. R. L. Davison and Thomas Davison, and two sisters, Mrs. J. C. Florence and Miss Lizzie Davison. TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. O CURREY S O CO spoof) ubo pusjg asioHaiRM snourei jo aun eiduioo H & tt m itxk it &' a s:a'.tKPiS(?;n,Hta!!JSLHSI SkJ$SSkSS--$SS$- $kS$43mSkS5$$'S?$ rtttWfcWKWaWVKreiTHWfcW'rfiffB ; ttfrKftJHftgfoHftBT;?? a-fl- ea B a-- j MERRY CHRISTMAS Of Quality tjtaaaa'aaaaaa Foul Deed Committed . J S a. I We wish to thank you for your liberal Patronage during the past year and wish you a Merry Christmass and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. s H s K H S H --- 'V v I y w - r s: JAS. W. SMITH, House JSSSKEWKBgSSSSS3 or 2 g 054j$3ttSO40$fiHSl tS$SS3SS3KiSi New Grocery Salesman. sx&sitg sssKsnnnviKEH r-- 4.. TheCentral Record We are authorized to announce Dave "Old Santa" is to put in them. With J. C. W. Beckham Ross as a candidate for Jailer of GarIn the midst of your jolification and already an anounced candidate for the rard county, subject to the action of merry making, in your preparation for office and the probability of there being incorporated. party. giving to your loved ones the number other candidates yet to announce, the $1.00 a year. the Democratic Issued Weekly. of gifts which you have contemplated, race promises to be a warm one indeed. it will add to your measure of happiFor Magistrate. GREEN CLAY WALKER. Editor. ness if you will remember that there is We. are authorizea to announce in the world many who will waken on A Snow makes it look like Christmas Entered at the Ton Olice in Lancaster, Ky., John N. White as a candidate for Christmas morning to a view of empty sure enough. Mail Matter. as Second-ClasMagistrate, in the first district of GarCounty Court. Member Kentucky Press Association rard county, subject to the action of stockings, stockings which Old Santa has failed to visit, and that in conseand party. the democratic A fairly good crowd came in for county quence there is many a tot who is Eighth District Publishers League. sadly, oh so sadly, disappointed, and court Monday but the entire crowd We are authorized to announce seemed imbued with the Christmas WaltonE. Moss as a candidate for Mag- when this intelligence dawns upon you, Lancaster, Ky., December 24, 1912. remember that "it is better to give spirit and very little business was istrate in the first district of Garrard transacted, and when the snow began County, subject to the action of .the than to receive", that you could easily and without curtailing the pleasure of falling early in the afternoon the crowd Rates For Political Announcements democratic partv. your own loved ones, bring a little hap- made an early start for home. For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .S 5.00 There was very little stock on the We are authorized to announce Ship-to- n piness into the hearts of these unfortu10.00 or County Offices market and no sales made worthy of H. Estes as a candidate for nate little ones. Then from the abunFor State and District Offices.... 15.00 in the first district of Garrard dance which has been granted unto you mention. .10 For Calls, per line county, subject to the action of the help them, see that their Christmas is .10 For Cards, per line Madison Tabacco Warehouse Co. democratic party. not a cheerless one, see that they do For all publications in the interto find their stockings not awake In this issue of the Record we are est of individuals or expresWe are authorized to announce empty, see that Old Santa makes them glad to have the advertisement of the sion of individual views, per Charles C. Becker as a candidate for iine .10 Magistrate in the second district of a visit. Remember that these little one Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company This Company has 05 j Garrard county, subject to the action are His especial care, that it was of of Richmond. Obituaries, per line them He said "suffer little children to built a new Steel Structure perfectly of the democratic nartv. come unto me", and that any kindness lighted and with a capacity of 300, 000 We are authorized to announce ClifWe are authorized to announce Tay done to them will meet with His un pounds daily. They have also installed ton Rodes Anderson of Boyle county lor T. Burdett as a a new eletric prizing plant in the old candidate for Mag qualified approval. as a candidate for State Senator from This is "Christmas Eve", tonight Warehouse which is joined to the new in the second district of Gar the Eighteenth Senatorial District, istrate rard county, subject to the action of every little child in this broad land will one with a yiaduct. With this prizing subject to the action of the democratic hangup its stocking, and each and plant can be turned out and easily handthe democratic Dartv. party. everyone of them will go to its cot con- led as much as a hundred and fifty hogsWe are authorized to announce Davis fidently believing that good old Santa heads daily. They have stable room For County Judge. Sutton as a candidate for Magistrate will pay them a visit during the night. for 200 horses, barn room for 150 loads We are authorized to announce Clay- in the first Magisterial district of Gar- Give the matter a little consideration, at a time, and with as near perfect ton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- rard county, suoject to the action of digest the foregoing facts, lay aside facilities for handling tobacco as can be ty Judge of Garrard County subject to the democratic partv. your selfishness, it will not be hard to found any where. This company has the action of the democratic party. think of some family whose hearts sold well up near a million pounds up We are authorized to. announce would be gladdened by a little more to this time.at the best prices thatthey We are authorized to announce Logan Ison as a candidate for Magisthan their meager purses are able to have ever gotten before, with three James A. Beazley as a candidate for trate in the second district of Garrard provide for the yule tide celebration, if prizes going they can easily clean County Judge of Garrard county, sub- county, subject to the action of the you are not able to think of some one, the floors and makes competition keenject to the action of the Democratic democratic party. apply to any one of the good women er and better because the tobacco can party. who are in touch with the unfortunate be gotten out of the way and handled. class, who are accustomed to seek out This company gives a square deal to For Representative. For County Attorney. and assist those who are needy and in j every one, and are perfectly reliable in We are authorized to announce John distress, and they will only too gladly eyery way and they especially We are authorized to announce G. B. solicit Swinebroad as a candidate for the M. Farra as a candidate for representa- tell you of someone to whom you can the tobacco from Garrard County, as nomination for County Attorney of tive from Garrard county, subject to bring gladness. Then before you wend they believe it is the best grown in the Garrard county, subject to the action the action ot the democratic party. your way to your own comfortable State. of the democratic party. home, laden down with your own We are authorized to announce J. R. We are authorized to announce Green Mount as a candidate for the nomination Santa's pack, see to it that these less Ben Embry Former Lancaster Negro KillClay Walker as a candidate for the for representative from Garrard county, fortunate people are not allowed to go ed In A Terrific Battle with Officers nomination for County Attorney of subject to the action of the democratic unprovided for on the morrow. Do this and see if you do not more At Dante Va. Garrard county, subject to the action party. s Mag-strat- e, Near Biy ants ville MORE NEWSPAPERS IN UNIlTD STATET of the democratic party. 4 For Sheriff. We are authorized to announce C. A. Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of Garrard County, subject to the action Valedictory. of the Democratic party. We are authorized to announce Ashby Arnold as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the h. democratic party. We are authorized to announce W. S. Carrier as a candidate for sheriff of Garrard county, subject to the action of the Democratic party. Fox Assessor. We are authorized to announce Dave C. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor of Garrard county subject to the action, of the democratic ptrty. We are authorized to announce Mr. E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomination of Assessor of Garrard County, subject to the action of the democratic With this issue I shall retire as the editor of The Central Record; having disposed of my interest in the paper. In doing so I desire to state that my connection with my associates in the work has been pleasant and cordial and I can only wish a successful and useful future for the paper and its management. I desire also to extend to the public generally my most grateful thanks for the support that has been given me in my efforts to produce a good weekly news-pape- r for Garrard county. I also acknowledge the many kindnesses and courtesies shown the editor and its management by the press of the state and extend good wishes to all and more especially to the of neighboring counties. Wishing a larger and greater field of usefulness for The Central Record and greater and more extended prosperity and happiness to the citizenship ofGarrard county, I am, with, great respect, Your most obedient servant, Green Clay Walker. news-papers thoroughly enjoy the "Merry Christ mas" of your own merry brood on the morrow, enjoy it all the more because of the happy consciousness that you have added to the pleasure of someone le-- s fortunate, have enabled someone who but for you would not have been able to provide their little ones with a "Merry Christmas", and in the doing of this, rest assured that you will gladden the heart of Him whose anniversary we celebrate on Christmas day. With the next issue of the paper, Mr. J. E. Robinson will begin his duties as the editor of The Record and Mr. R. L. Elkin as the business manager. Both these gentlemen are too well known to the citizens of the county and friends of the paper to need any introduction. Mr. Robinson has been connected with the paper since it was sold by Mr. Louis Landram several years ago, and we have been associated with him for the past three years. During the time that we have been associates in business, there has been no interuptiens of harmony and friendship and now as we turn over the paper to him we can say that our relations have been pleasant and we wish for him success in the work. Mr. R. L. Elkin as the business manager will, we predict, make one of the best, and he will we hope add many new subscribers to our list and secure a good portion of advertising for the paper, as well as write many good newJ sy articles. During the past two years, Mr. Geo. Smith Jr. has written for the paper and we desire to say that he is a good news-papman and has rendered us valuable services. Mr. L. N. If iller has been our foreman during the entire time of our regime and as a compositer is not to be equaled. Our entire force has been faithful in their work and At is with some regret that we sever pr association with them after the first of the year. er party. "A LITTLE CHILD WAS BORN". How many of us stop to think when we are celebrating Christmas subject to the action of the democratic to the fullest. But few ever stop to , think that it is tfte natal day of Him We are authorized to announce W. who came into the world to Bave sinL. Huffman for a candidate for assess- ners, who suffered and died upon the or of Garrard county subject to the cross at Calvary. The Christmas tide is upon us, action of the Democratic party. Christmas Lfor every body, the rich and the poor, the high and the low; Far Sckol Saperute&fcBt. bringing gladness and joy to the hearts We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins as a candidate for of the majority, but to many only grief and sadness, grief that they are not School Superintendant for Garrard able to celebrate the joyous time in a county, subject to the action of the fitting manner, that they are not able Democratic party. to provide their loved ones with gifts and presents as bountifully as their Fer Jailer. more fortunate neighbors; grief that Congressman Owsley Stanley, after a We are authorized to announce Jack they are not able co fill to overflowing eonferene with his friends ahd a careful Adams as a candidate for Jailer of Gar--' the row of little stockings that hang Isurveyof the situation, has announced rard county, subject to the action of against the mantel, their owners sweet- - himself a candidate for the U. S, Senate ly sleeping in fondvanticipation of what 1 to succeed Senator"Willian,0. Bradley. Democratic party. We are authorized to announce J. B. means? To the great majority it is Collier as a candidate for the nomina- just "Christmas", a time to make tion for assessor of Garrard county, merry, to exchange gifts, and to enjoy what it party. Mr. Stephen A. Walker of this city ha3 Colored Man Shot And Tied Under And American People Are Greater Readers accepted a position with the well known His Wagon. grocery firm of Williams and Martin of Than Any Other Nation of the World. Lexington, having for his territory the The dead body of Tim Peters a colorcounties of Lincoln, Madison, Jessamine There are more newspapers print! and Garrard. He will enter upon his ed man about 40 years of age was and read in the United States in a sr-glfound near his home on the turnpike year than in all the rest of tke new duties January 1st. leading from Bryantsville to Buena world combined. It is for thi3 reason Automobile Line To Lexington. Vista on last Saturday night about 9:30 that our citizens are the best informed In the old We are reliably informed that an au o'clock. The man had a hole through of any other people. tomobile line from Lancaster to Lex- his head evidently made by a pistol European countries, or among the Asiington is to be started in the near fu- bullet of about 38 calibre. When his atic nations the ordinary man of the ture. In fact the initial trip is to be body was found it was near the tail middle or lower class knows but KtUe The people behind end of his spring wagon to which his ontside of his immediate neighborhood made this week. the movement are the same parties horse was attached and showed evi- and the information about his neighborwho have been running a line from dence of having been tied to the wagon hood comes more by word of mouth Richmond to Lexington, utilizing for and dragged. This evidence is also than and reading he may do. Americans want te know what is the service an immense Packard car, borne out by the fact that sign3 are visible on the turnpike of a body hav- going on in their town or county, or in with a capacity of 35 passengers. Nothing definite as to prices or schedu- ing been dragged for a distance of their state and nation but in aucles has as yet been settled upon, and nearly three miles, and blood splotches tion to that they want to read about n will not be until the car arrives and showing along the road from down the new republic in China, or the denear Hickman to where the body was war in Europe. With these they make a preliminary trip over the found. Further investigation develop- sires they must have in their home a road. The institution of such a service ed the fact that the dead man had newspaper. Not only do the men folk would prove a great accomodation to another pistol wound in the top of his but the women folks as well like to see the people of Lancaster and people liv- head, evidently made after he was what is going on in every place in the down. world and the modern newspaper ing along the route. Coroner Jones accompanied by Coun- nublishes something that is interesting Better Train Service To And From Lan- ty Attorney J. E. Robinson and Depu- to every member of the family. ty Sheriff C. A. Robinson went to the of the house can get the prices ot caster Via The L & N Is The Obscene Sunday and the cororner held an grains the prices on stock, tobacco sr.t inquest, the verdict being that the anything they sell from the market ject Of A Visit Of Local Men man came to his death from a gunshot page of the newspaper. They can read wound at the hands of some unknown of polities form the telegraphic news. To Lexington. person. The women will find not only the genera! Mr. C, A. Robinson spent the better news in which they may be interest M. Farra of the Gar President John part of Sunday in the vicinity of the rard county Development Association crime and made a thorough investiga- but much that is moving in the world ' and Dr, W. Mc Elliott were in Lexing- tion of the matter, and thinks he has fashion how the great and the rich dress Our ton last Friday where they were in con- in his possession clues which will ulti- and how the poor and sultation with Pres't. Bailey T. Berry mately result in the apprehension of forefathers of fifty years ago had wwe of these advatages. and Sec'ty. S. H. Clay of the Lexing- i the assassin. Mr. Robinson took up The Lexidgton Herald is offering a ton Commercial Club and General the trail, by means of blood spots and mail rate of 5.00 per year which rate Agent Frank Carr of the L. & N. the signs of dragging, and followed They came home very much encourag- them to within a mile of Hickman, will be in force until January 15, 1913. ed, feeling that with the cooperation of where he found signs of a struggle, the commercial bodies of tne various and from the indications he is inclined towns interested they may be able to to the belief that the man was killed achieve valuable results. at that point, nd from the fact that The object of their visit was a very his hat was found beside him where he much needed improvement of the train was found, is of the opinion that the service between points on the K. C. men who committed the crime acHaving sold my farm, I will at my division and Lexington. As the schedcompanied him to the place where the place, on the Doty Lane leading from ule now is, a very disagreeable change body was found. This theory is fur- the Richmond and Lancaster pike, is compulsory at Winchester to make ther borne out by the fact that a rope seven miles from Lancaster and five connection with the C. & O. often which showed evidence of having been miles from Paint Lick, on necessitating a long and tedious wait, dragged, was found coiled up in the Ben Embry, who with five other neg- and if you are going to Cincinnati, a spring wagon. Peters was seen at MONDAY, DECEMBER 30th, 1912. roes, was accused of the murder of change must be made at Paris, in other Hickman about 7 o'clock in the even- - offer at public sale, the following prop-in- g Deputy Sheriff George Hart near words, people going from Lancaster when he had four quarts of whis- -' erty Winchester on the 24th day of Nov- can reach neither Cincinnati or Lexing- key, purchased about 65 cents worth j Fourteen head of horses and mules, ember, was killed by detective Mosby ton without a change of trains. of groceries and drove on toward home, 3 work mules; 1 pair horse mules, 3 The change of schedule desired and Mode Kavanaugh who lives of Roanoke Va. at Dante Va. on Dec. further up and 4 years old, 15 hands high; 1 two 16th. The detective surprised Embry hoped for is to have L. & N. train no. the road toward Bryantsville also saw - year old mare mule, extra good 15 in a boarding house in Dante, and 39, which leaves Cincinnati at 2:30 p. Peters and says he was drunk and had hands high, well broke; 1 five year old covering him with his revolver cuman-e- d m., to leave there about 4 p. m. and the whiskey and groceries. When the saddle and harness mare, gentle driver him to throw up his hands, which he run as a fast train to Lexington, then body was found, there was a tin and not afraid of steam; 1 did; the officer then proceeded to search as a local to Winchester, to Richmond bucket with less than a quart of whis- bay mare, splendid family mare, in him, and when he attempted to take a and thence to Rowland; returning leave ky in in mahogany it the wagon and no evidence foal to jack; two year-ol- d bottle from Embry's hip pocket, Embry Rowland, or whatever terminal point of any groceries. bay gelding, broke to ride; 1 one year-ol- d grasped his hand which held the pistol they may choose on the Knoxville There has been much lawlessness in bay gelding; 1 blind mare, eleven in both of his hands and a terrific life and Branch, about 5 a.m., run as a local this portion of the countv in the last years old, in foal to jack; 1 bay pony death struggle began, each striving to to Lexington, thus giving us a through tew years, and Deputy Sheriff Robinmare, five years old, in foal by Shetoverpower the other and avoid the train into Lexington in the early morn- son is determined to put a stop to it land; 1 weanling spotted pony, beautideath which was inevitable to the loser. ing, and then run as a fast train into He nas interviewed everyone wno saw fully marked and good size; 1 twoyear-ol- d The battle lasted five minutes when the Cincinnati, reaching there about 10:30 Peters immediately preceding his death black filly pony, pony trap and har officer, still in Embry's grasp found his a. m. which will also enable us to go has found several parties who heard a ness, well broke; 1 weanling mare revolver against the negroes breast and into Cincinnati without change. This number of pistol shots in the vicinity mule-four-yeold jennett: 1 two-ye1 pulled the trigger; still his hold was not train carries a buffet parlor car and of where the killing is supposed to percheron steel gray, extra good and broken presently another would enable early morning passengers J have occurred, and with what evidence type, heavy bone, Would weigh 1500 opportunity presented itself and Mosby to secure breakfast before reaching the he has he proposes to make a determin- pounds if fat, and very nice performer; sent another bullet crashing through cities, and to have supper on the return ed effort to run the guilty party or 8 head of cattle, 3 milk cows; 3 stripEmbry's head the last shot killing him. trip on the train. This service would parties to earth. ped first calves, 1 full blood jersey cow, The body was brought to Winchester, be of special value to tourists going to fresh with second calf a d a good one, where it was positively identified. A and from Crab Orchard springs. AnFOR CONSTIPATION. 1 yearling heifer, will be fresh in telegram was sent to Middlesboro to other change which is greatly to be despring, 4 steer calves. 18 head of his father Frank Embry to know what sired is that the schedule of train No. A Medicine That Does Not Cost Any- - hogs, 13 of which are fat weighing disposition should be made of the body; 37 from Cincinnati, Lexington to Knox thing Unless It Cures. from two to two hundred and twenty-fiv- e the reply came collect and was ville undergo some changes which will pounds. Will sell these fat hogs unaccompanied by any funds and read give travel from this end of the line an The active medicinal ingredient of privately if desired. 4 fine gilts due "Send Ben Embry to Lancaster and opportuniry to make connection for Rexall Orderlies which is odorless, to farrow sometime in April; 1 full bury him", signed "Frank Embry". Knoxville, the south and east tasteless and colorless is a comparative- blood Duroc male weighing about 125 As the officers of Clark county were If the L. & N. could be brought to ly new discovery, Combined with other lbs; also 3 stacks of hay; a lot of Boone unwilling to incur any expense in the see the desirability of these changes it extremely valuable ingredients, it county white seed corn and lot of matter and no funds were available, would be a matter of great convenience forms a perfect bowel regulator, in- yellow seed coan, an early avariety. Embry's body was b Jried in the Potters to the travelling public who are com- testinal invigorator and strengthener. Farming implements, wagfield in Winchester on last Thursday pelled to travel to any extent, as the Rexall Orderlies are eaten like candy ons, 2 breaking plows; 2 riding cultva-torafternoon. present accommodations are anything and are notable for their agreeableness I walking cultivator; 1 Ben Embry was born and raised in but good, and are "rendered all the to the palate and gentleness of action. corn planter; 1 wheat drill; lf Lancaster and was a grandson of more unpleasant by the necessity of They do not cause griping or any dis- interest in a tobacco setter; 1 top bug"Aunt Mag" Hiatt, a respectable changing cars and the accompanying agreeable effect or inconvenience. gy; 1 buck board; a lot of plow gear colored woman who lives here. His tiresome waits. It is sincerely to be Unlike other preparations for a like and 1 leather set of wagon harness; a father Frank Embry, lives in Middles- hope that every town along the line in- purpose, they do not create a habit, lot of hemp breaks; about 75 chickens, boro and was once in the saloon business terested will lend their cooperation, and but instead they act to overcome the some house hold goods and other things there amassed a considerable sum of through the cooperation of the Lexing- cause of habit acquired through the use too numerous to mention. money, but has, so we are informed, ton people, which will be heartily of ordinary laxatives cathartics and TERMS OF SALE: All sums of ten lost it all, Embry was never in trouble given, great improvements in the way harsh physic and permanently remove dollars and under, cash in hand and while be lived in Lancaster, He of train service may result the cause of constipation or irregular over that amount a credit of six reached his young manhood here and bowel action. with We have just received a We will refund your money without months sale. approved security from thpn Wpnf-ti- l Iiia TOitli hia faftiai. in '"" :5 " " date of '" Mibblesboro, where he fell into evil large line of china, that argument if they do not do as we say Sale begins at 10 o'clock. ways, and was in innumerable scrapes. sizes, and 10c we are selling at a reduced they will. Twoour store25c,The Rexall A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. and we understand has served one term. Sold only at I price at Ball's. in the penitentiary ' Store. C S. bttMU F.D.N2,PaatIick,Ky. e Bal-keTht-me2 well-to-d- o. Public Sale, to-wi- t:- ten-year-o- ld ' ar ar two-hor- se s; two-hor- se one-ha- ""' t a - ' Wi f r tOie'-v-SvJLmi s.vr ?9 &$ J s r . 'v '- fc t-s- . -- : V- - '4 PgS '& Syv &' r ?"t rT2:'!: . , -J W v , ? -- j. -- . '. . 53v 'sdiP v ST- - . Mkri&ftier J I MtF-iJt Jjz rs'.-- y a.a.-ijs-sis.i- r rsD2a ,'ii ' it'i .i .iJTIl?" . v5iv., 1 ,t &2r-- - rsrr-- i c7mr-.s-miT- r- . w- . TSii"- 4i . . 'V TREES uil s-r- faSte'tora & Ornamental Shiubs, Asparagus, Peonies, es Phlox. Etc. Hogs ss;s5 PcaSiry DOLLARS MILLiOHSOF every jv.tr l poultry and hog raisers. Last ysar thousands of Palis mmm up a quarrel y? By C. OSCAR CARSON. CLUBS WERE TRUMPS Public Sale. Having sold my farm, I will at my place, n the Doty Lane leading from the Richmond and Lancaster pike, seven miles from Lancaster and five miles from Paint Liek, on MONDAY, DECEMBER 30th, 1912. offer at public sale, the following propto-wit- sW fef&ift&&S!$mwfii s FROM JUDGE. were saved from cholera and other diseases during the Lot weather by the use of v. ' Lv.i i t 1 u ' f- t- Wl w ' reading his expression betokened reconciled desInstead of making any withering re- pair. erty marks. She hesitated, her hand on "Be so kind," ho said meekly, but Fourteen head of horses and mules, Hie doorknob, and then turned toward b, emphatically, "as not to utter the 3 work mules; 1 pair horse mules, 3 .Ros him. The Greatest Chs!era Prcv:nlive Knwn "I I've tried so hard, ever since word club to me, sir. The induce- and 4 years old, 15 hands high; 1 two Prevents ar.d cures tho clioiera. Lut don't we've been married to please you!" ments that could tempt me to join any year old mare mule, extra good 15J put Uo'f until they keel ever, fiive it to them she said. "I've tried to make the kind of association whatever do not hands high, well broke; 1 five year old row mixed with food exist." it rejruiatps tho work- heme as pleasant as possible and saddle and harness mare, gentle driver ings of th bowtls, diBefore saying more, he glanced apGrowers of What we Sell. and I just can't satisfy you!" She and not afraid of steam; 1 cholera and other conns winch get into the system waited, her mouth Bet in a line of prehensively over his shoulder. Then bay mare, splendid family mare, in wiui inc ioua tr cinnjc. Cal-Sin-o explained in a low tone: A Fowdar pain, her eyes fixed reproachfully on he Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. mahogany "To clubs are due all my misfor- foal to jack; two year-ol- d and mother for hess, in her husband. metal ckps, can't dry up, lose "Now," remonstrated Simpson, pa- tunes; and I endure sufficient, I as- bay gelding, broke to ride; 1 one year-ol- d slrcnffth or pcil like oilers and bay gelding; 1 blind mare, eleven cots no mire. It tiently, "what's the use? I just hap- sure you. When I was a young man H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. and iniarantued ton. is ail mcdicina and that seems centuries ago this years old, in foal to jack; 1 bay pony pened to suggest that the steak might ttsw to Tstt Written to b" untierct oil rnd civen free to Ke have been slightly more tender " ' village passed through an epidemic of mare, five years old, in foal by Shetstoct ovner, our ra Uu tratcd boot:, by our consulting VeLnnrfcr. shew Lexington Kentuckv. "Tender!" Mrs. Simpson clasped clubs. How or why the pestilence land; 1 weanling spotted pony, beautirhowmjr imv to care d,se.v,-- in Hors", Cattle, bneop, S?' n and Pouiirj, tiireihr with over 11 her hands. "Once a man's married, broke out, no one knows. But sud- fully marked and good sizt; 1 twoyear-ol- d Remedies, including taken a girl from her happy home, denly every one was forming them, RESSRBiRE black fillv pony, pony trap and harOur cusrant'vu renedy for Ring Doncs, Spat ins promised her everything in the world joining them, canvassing for them. ness, well broke; 1 weanling mare hn.iciu or any lior.y cnlarjrcirents. d he proceeds to connect the word ten- There was the Farmers' club, the THE RCYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) four-yeold jennett: 1 two-yeder only with beefsteak! Some peo- Housewives' club, the Card club, the mule-- 1 Baltimore, hid., U. 5. A. percheron steel gray, extra good Glee club and a score of others. Evfor SP'i t& eee: ple's hearts are tender enough." Simpson finished the column he ery organization had its badge, and type, heavy bone, Would weigh 1500 it,7k.iMrtL,.Jarfi. tf tT was reading. "What did you say?" he some of my neighbors proudly wore pounds if fat, and very nice performer; C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Lancaster, Ky. five or six. inquired, politely. 8 head of cattle, 3 milk cows; 3 strip"At that time I was just young ped first calves, 1 full blood "I gave up going away this sumAgents wanted in other towns. jersey cow, mer," his wife mournfully went on, enough to know all about life, and I fresh with second calf a d a good one, "so that you might be comfortable. was certain that It offered no prize 1 yearling heifer, will be fresh in I've stood over the hot stove baking like personal liberty. Consequently I spring, 4 steer calves. IS head of in the hottest weather so that you was a confirmed bachelor and rather prone to boast of it, I fear. My asso- hogs, 13 of which are fat, weighing might have good food!" "Now, my dear," said Simpson, "did ciates were all young men who pro- from two to two hundred and twenty-fiv- e pounds. Will sell these fat hogs I ever ask you to bake in the hot claimed loudly that they scorned the weather? Haven't I always said em- female sex. Each had been most privately if desired. 4 fine gilts due The undersigned hereby give warnphatically that I detested hot food cruelly rejected by some to farrow sometime in April; 1 full ing to all persons not to transpass upon in hot weather? Haven't I asked charmer, and when they organized the blood Duroc male rrunHrHi LMrector weighing about 125 j Bachelors' club the receipt of one re- lb3; also 3 our lands for any purpose whatever as time and again that we might dine jection stacks of hay; a lot of Boone at least was made a qualifican a cold fare once in a while, and " we will prosecute all offenders to fultion for membership. I was eager to county white seed corn and a lot of "That's it! I simply can't satisfy yellow seed coan. an early variety. lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and you! Whatever I do is wrong! You join, but this excluded me. " "Isn't there a way to get around Farming implements, e wagalways want just what I haven't 31 Htt" Pli. Rt Mdenct- Phont Fishermen especially take notice. the rule?' I asked Lon Pendleton, ons, 2 breaking plows; 2 riding cultva-tordone!" Sqnire R Parsons Jno SI Farra I walking cultivator; I e "But, great Scott! If it's unbearable president. LANCASTER. KY. "'No.' he replied. 'We mustn't be- corn planter; 1 wheat drill; W S Ferguson Ed & N B Price for you to stand over the stove and ' E F Herring cook hot things, since it's unbearable gin that way. Don't try to get around interest in a tobacco setter; 1 top bugW A Price for me to eat them after they're it just qualify.' S L Rich W S Embry gy; 1 buck board; a lot of plow gear "'Propose to some one?' cooked, in the name f all that's senJohn White & Co, 'Js&$jk?8& Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin and 1 leather set of wagon harness; a " 'Certainly.' sible, why not choose the bearable aleiG??, LOUISVILLE, KY. Dave Thompson J W Sweeney lot of hemp breaks; about 75 chickens, '"Suppose I am acepted?' ternative?" Established 1C37 Z T Rice Jas Sutton some house hold goods and other things " You needn't be afraid of that,' he "That's right! Scold me, if you KKrvpfj. iawii.iw Jtwcjaiu ytf 4?zj-- toi eKK'iCSI Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels want to!" She wiped her eyes care- replied; then, noticing my look, lame- too numerous to mention. inr r--i ., ru.ia .A,eJit. &J&8LriaZ&5? D B Anderson H C Arnold fully. "That's what wives are for. ly added, 'select some one who doesn't TERMS OF SALE: All sums of ten rfcr73Ai- r.ad HIDES. V&? W G Anderson, H C Hamilton, Things for men to vent their wrath like you, I mean.' dollars and under, cash in hand and "That was easily done. on! And after I've passed the whole Sallna over that amount, a credit of six G Y Conn L H Brown CS COKMISSIOS morning working for you sorting all Briggs and I had tieen sworn enemies months with approved security from T W Conn J G Conn Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. your things and cleaning up the since we went barefooted to the dis- date of sale. J G Clark trict school. She was biggev than the Dr. W Burnett den" Mrs Maggie Boulden Sale begins at 10 o'clock. "I've asked you a thousand times teacher then, anfl I called her Jumbo. C G Gay W K Leavell to let those things alone," broke in She retaliated by calling mo Whiffet. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. E Dunn John Boian Simpson, impatiently. The years that had added to her bulk C. S. Cotton, is K'ifiss. , rcn? RF.D. No 2, Paint Lick, Ky. .Ci'--i Mrs. Mackie McGrath E G Hammock '""4 M I evil; atovs.nl "Oh, I know you'd not be pleased. and coarseness had left me underR. E. Thompsan Eooth Thompson ir But it's something to know that I've sized, but a gentleman and (hem!) a V'-V- tl l.mo lit! Mi :ilr"cu T. M. Arnold, Jr. been doing right, even if no one ap- scholar." J. W. Simpson New Idea for Reading Light. h a. ss b & soh,s preciates It. If I should die and 1 He sent a quick, sensitive glance s S. C. Henderson. Lcr:2iLii. sr. J. H. Posey. A hook is provided on a new portLrahnrt ' ,r.'s.-.: p 3 -5 a v3 B. L. Kelley. Walker Bradshaw. get tired very easily, as I discovered into my eyes, and I bowed gravely. when I ran up to the den so often and "Whenever we chanced to pass on able electric desk lamp so it may be J T. W. Bradshaw. It. L. Burton. back to the basement with things " the street, she would make some audi- hung on a bed or other furniture for "Have you been carting my things ble remark about me, to raise the a reading light. to the basement? Well, of all" laughter of the congenial friends Simpson swallowed some extra words. around her, land her vulgar laugh The Eternal Life. "I've only taken out the things that would raise above them all and follow e "The elm lives for two hundred you never use saved you a lot of me farthest. .v "Loathing her as I did, nothing ex- years, the linden for three hundred, But, never mind." work. She sat " down and pressed her forehead sug- cept my great desire to join the Bach- the oak lives for five hundred years "And the chestnut," interrupted tho gestively. "My head is simply ham- elors' club could have made me admering. I never could stand to be dress her let alone upon such a sub- other half of the sketch, "lives for5 found constant fault with, and it's ject. But in those days when I want- ever." V telling on me. My nerves are almost ed a thing I 'went it blind,' as the saying is. Moreover, I was sure that shattered!" Could Shout For Joy. "I'm surprised that you haven't Selina would consider ray proposal a tf lamed yourself with a sprained ankle joke perhaps the result of a wager "I want to thank you from the botgoing up and down stairs! Are you and this I knew would enrage her be- tom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, sure your heart isn't acting up, after yond measure." of Lewisburg, W. Va., "for the all your exertions?" He was silent so long, gazing miser- wonderful double benefit I got from Mrs. Simpson put her head down on ably into space, that I was obliged to her arms and sobbed once or twice, speak to him. He looked up pathet- Electric Bitters, in curing me of both a severe case of stomach trouble and of quietly. Then she wiped her eyes and ically and whispered: S rheumatism, from which I had been an arose slowly. "I see you can't bear to -"She said yes." have your wife around, so I'll go up almost helpless sufferer for ten yean?. "And you " I ventured. to my room," she said. "And," she "I am a gentleman," he returned, It suited my case as though made just added, turning toward him a look of and I nodded. forme." For dyspepsia, indigestion, AT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. meek submission, "I mended all your "If it isn't er" I began, after a jaundice, and to rid the system of kidney old socks today, too." long pause. poisons that cause rheumatism, Electr.'c "Well, send them to the salvation "Not at all," he answered. "She was Bitters have no superior. Try them. Plenty of floor space, 608 feet by 120 feet. army," replied her husband, gruffly. mad to join the Matrons' club, that's Every bottle is guaranteed to satisfy. "I've been trying to get them darned all." Plenty of shed room for wagons. Box stalls Only 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts & fior a month and finally gave it up, Before I could utter a word of symand you know I bought a lot of socks pathy, an untidy head appeared at the Son. for your horses. All modern conveniences. last week. Why on earth did you de- door and a coarse voice cried: cide to do the mending after I quit The Friend in Need. "John Hennery, be them peas done Highest price for your tobacco. needing it done?" The man who 13 willing to share hi yit?" "Well, I found time to" she watch And as I passed through the gate I last dollar with a friend can always find the friend, without much hunted him longingly and sighed. "Harry," heard in gentle and refined tones: Come to see us. she exclaimed, "why are you so cross "No, Selina; they'll be done in a ing. to me?" She rushed over to him. "Tell minute." mo you're sorry," she pleaded, "and Good Idea for Extension Table. I'll f.Tgive you everything. I can't Wife Who Is Past Redemption. The extra leaves of an extension bear to quarrel with you. You are "Dar ain't no hope for muh wife," Pennsylvanian are sorry, aren't you, dear?" &L with a downward Inflection remarked table invented by a top when not in ! "Yes, yes you're In my light!" he old Brother Roorback. "De lady is carried beneath the use and raised into place and fastenreplied, as he put away her encircling done headed straight for de Pit o' t, thumbarms and picked up his paper. "Oh, and dar ain't no resumption for ed there by turning a pair of screws. It's so good to be friends again!" her. She's gone! sighed Mrs. Simpson, happily. 3hl "She's a Campbellite, sah, whilst I's cago Dally News. a shoutln' Meferdist, muhse'f. Well, dis mawnin' at breakfast we got to 7 'sputin 'bout de merits o' dem two Irish National Color. B. F. HUDSON, President. The color officially recognized for creeds, and I says: W'y, loogy, yuh, J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. Ireland is blue, St. Patrick's blue, and Lady! 'As a mattuh o' fact dem fetch-take- d ORGANIZED 1883. Campbellltes ain't got no sense, that was anciently and honorably recognized as the Irish color. In the and I kin prove It!' She was writes Mrs. L R. Barker, royal standard of the United King, de syrup or. her buckwheat cakes at of Bud, Ky., "and can do dom the quarter blazoning Ireland de time. 'If dey had any sense dey all my housework. For shows this field of blue as the back- wouldn't be Campbsllites!' says OF LANCASTER, KY. how did she answer the soafedol-lager- ? ground for the golden harp with its years I suffered with such Huh! she grabbed "P dem silver strings. The ribbon of the CAPITAL Sso.ooo. SURPLUS $35,000. pains, I could scarcely Order of St. Patrick is of the same cakes wld de syrup on 'e and slapstand on my feet After ped 'em in muh face! Tassah! Blung blue. The green is the revolutionary W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. color and is quite modern. Some an- de whole drippin' b'zaess right smack three different doctors had W. 0. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r. tiquarians maintain that the earliest In muh countenance ! And I isn't gwlne J. J. Walker, Jk., failed to help me, I gave ways no fag of Ireland was of orange, long to show her de urror o' her Cardui a trial. Now, I feel antedating the more recent factional moV needer. She's dess hatter go s Business Solicited. down to det pit wldout muh 'sistance; ubg of that color. Prompt Attention like a new woman." and I hopes 'twill be a lesBon to her, E58 too, sah!" His Impression. J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs been t' Parmer Carrot So you're Wonder What Made Her Do It? Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. th' city, SI your fust time thar?. "A very singular incident happened Take Yep- Farmer Beetroot Farmer CarrotW'all, how was it? at the theater last night." "Yes? What was it?" What Impressed ye most? "A beautiful girl came In wearing Beetroot You know how It Farmer Tonic n,.nin In th' barn when a thrashin' a gorgeous gown." "But what was singular about that?" Machine's goin lickety split? A woman's health de"Why, she came In fully fifteen minFarmer Carrot Yep. pends so much upon her Farmer Beetroot Wa'all, th' hull utes before It was time for the show to begin." delicate organs, that the city's Jes like that. Judge. :- Ho to "There's no pleasing a man!" Mrs. seed. looked like a gentleman gone as Though patched and frayed Simpson's tone was pained rather to clothing, than angry. Then she turned to leavo in dress and he was Immaculate both person. He sat upon the the room. kitchen doorstep, shelling peas. His Simpson went on paper 1 1 uur ft3MVftNMk. hristm as Goods are now opened. . 'huta s & A . ft We believe we can show you the best line 1? g? ten-year-o- ld we have ever carried. We invite you to inspect them. pa-'-- I CO d j Ca!-Stii- o Morrow : & 7 McRoberts, Y"(yTfljggf O Lancaster. 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D.CLARK, Manager t vx X$''&. -- Taw-men- I do not say, "Insure with me, because cur party affiliations are the same." I do not say. "Insure with me, because I have the largest agency" But I do say, "Insure with me, because I can place your business with the oldest and most liberal companies in the country at the same price you are paying for protection in an inferior company. Office Citizen National Bank. church." I with me insure When I ask because I used to go to school with you" I do not say, "Insure with me, because we attend the same POIINT. MVyou SEUUI1NG do not say, "Insure to with me, - "I m Well" R. F. . Frisbie, Lancaster, Kentucky. uh-pou'i- n' Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- r. , S3SSSS8?5' W -s I I J GOD'S MEDICINES Compounded according- to the Original & formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-Hoo- n, Tho Cow-bo- y Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the SCIENCE SOPE, for tho HuGreat Body-Toni- c. man Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write Ex-clusiCOBI-CEIi-SAIt, '' CHARLIE WHITE-BOO- va 4.: N Tut Cowboj Habalist oaictNATon or S Tho Woman's CKHEhSE INBIAH Mrs. CHARLIE 3721 WHiTE-MOO- N R PB'EC.ES & sciemce sdpe West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky w. o. Rignty -- Famous Stage Beauties Foils A Foul Plot. EuneraJrPirector r When a shameful plot exists between look with horror on Skin Eruptions, Blotches, Sores or Pimples. They don't liver and bowels to cause distress by have them. For all such troubles use refusing to act, take Dr. .King's New Bucklen's Arnica Salve. It glorifies the Life Pills, and end such abuse of your least trouble there affects her whole system. It Is the Jittle things that count, in "a woman's life and health. If you suffer from any of the aches and pains, due to womanly weakness, take Cardui at once, and avoid more serious troubles. We wee try it Begin today. you to We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. irrri.i iiiimiiiif r. Tt!?&. oince fhone 18. . . rfiZ lMZ - I I Lancaster, Ky. face. Excellent for Eczema or Salt system. gently compel right Rheum, it cures sore lips, chapped stomach, liver and buwels. and hands, chilblains; heals burns, cuts and Bruises. Unsurpassed for piles. 25c restore your health and all good feel" ings. - 25c. at R. E. McRoberts & Son at R. E. McRoberta & Son. They act-ion- of BEAZLEY & COLLIER Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27. M v. v - A. . j- - r -- - ."StcI .eS'-i.i- . iv-4- ; -- v: lj " 'J&?&&7's'tSJt'" r ir-C" J' zg&FmvfT2 ;r " -- ai J? r r Vl 3- - r .v .Vt . vsr "3F '. -- - -- -. c js .1. JUDGE FOMOURSELF Better-T- ry ,iv ?- rrre .. 4 s- - " ; &;7 ,VWt evVCQCvQwCMftvOMOOQi OOOOOOOOO 1 .A if mm m I: JV ff - V J I J BOURSE 354-A. )fWhich is - Profit by a an --JxperimeBlr or ' Lancaster Citizen's ' - ' h&V ?1t No More Dandruff Failing Hair Gray Hair Experience. s x. -- AS.M; Good '"Auctioneer' Service. Phone Lancaster, -- Kentucky. experiment Mustbe,pr6ved. trj.be as represented. The statement of a rnahufacturer is not convincing proof bf mef it. But the endorsement of friends is, Now supposingyouhad a bad back, prices Right. A lame, weak, or aching one, Would you experiment on it? cur-ea-" l read of many'so-calle- d Something jjev Is a,n .m m Mtw gr- - LITTLE You-wil- H. -- J. TINSLEY j fHOK ."H9-- J. County Surveyor. furniture store. Office over F. G.'Hurt s Lancaster, Kentucky u ui I of QUALITY. hewers Ware McRoberts. 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;"I 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 1908 recommending Doan's Kidney Pills was correct." For sale by all dealers. Price 50c. n Co., Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United StaFoster-Milbur- Men and women do vou want a splendid head of luxuriant hair free"! from scalp itch ami dandruff? i t Do you want hair so bewitchingiy radiant that it compels the admiration of all who see it? Do you want a sea'p as immaculately cl an and bright as a minted coin? It you do, get a."30 cents bottle of PAR- -' 1SIAN Sege at dealers eveJy- where. The girl with the Auburn hair is on every carton and bottle Ask for PARISIAN Sage and see that you get it. R. E. McRoberts & Son guarantees i i t $ v i co 55iafi3 su nn " i: KBHKUai ff i- K H M M iaA ra 3 && mmU'h 1 T- B an a Ms c bi Us a 1 3pj him M!PSSB " MM SS t ir Ua 7 S a 83 sJ M s! ij t" 5 B i S ia? VatS" & zb& I to-da- A COMPLETE LINE OF it. Ths, E3- - Tasks. the man who complains because his woik is hard lerr.ember that cheap people can take care of the easy task3. 1-ct Hpafipff Si oyes, tooKing ",- "Uncle A Saving Man. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER tes. Remember the name take no other. William, who wasn't especially noted for his generosity, was accosted in the village post office by his shrewd little nephew namesake 'Say, uncle, this is my birthday Can't you give mo live cents?" of the amused gaze of the onlookers, Uncle William slowly reached into his pocket, saying, "I did have a nickel, but," withdi awing his hand, "I guess I haven't got it now." "Oh, Doan's and look again, uncle," said little Willie. "If you had one you must have it yet." Con-eciou- s Stage an Exception. Nice Quiet Place. Cyril Scott tells of a dinner ho once "Did you find a nice quiet place to attended at which Edwin Booth was spend the season?" "Yes," replied Mr. the guest of honor Mr. Booth was Growchcr. "Everybody el3e in the called on for a speech. family went away r.ml I stayed home." "What shall I speak of?" he asked. Washington Star. He was a quiet man and hated speech-making. Stoves and Ranges. Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire Backs and Fire Brick. Anything You Want in "Oh, Woman's Home Companion. The Good Time Coming. "What are you doing with that "Algernon," said the poet's wife, "I Will Practice in all State Courts anr mask and those gumshoes? Surely you are not going in for burglary?" see they have started a magazine to U. S. District Court. "Sli!" responded Dustin Stax, "I am make poptry popular." -Office over Police Court. Yes. love." Phone 194 trying to slip a contribution into a "Do jou think it will succeed?" candidate's campaign fund without his "It is too early to venture a preknowing anything about it." and COUNTY ATTORNEY. Forcing Acceptance. Monei Back for any case of one said. Booth laughed. "If you want to know about finance, ask a banker. But Rheumatism, Neuralgia ar Headache tkat if you want to know anything about Sciace Fails To Remove. something about the theater," some- just tell us about the stage; TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE the stage, ask the barber or the hotel clerk anyone except an actor." Dr. Wm. D. Fryer, (Successor to Dr. R. L. Pontius.) Veterinary Office Surgeon and Dentist. at Rainey s Livery Stable. -- -- Lancaster, Kentucky Indigestion Causes Dizziness, Nervousness, Sick Headadhe, Sleeplessness. A Stomach Tablets Banish Misery, Gas And Sourness All You know that most of the ailments named above come from anoutof order stomach; of course you do. Come and get SHAVED at the NEAT If your food doesn't digest, but lays and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. heavily on your stomach, it has started to ferment. The Old Reliable Barber. When it ferments it sets loose in the HENRY DUNCAN stomach poisonous gases which irritate the gieat nerve that leads directly to the brain from the stomach. COME! COME! Who So Ever Will. Office Hours 12. Office over n.m to 1p.m. to i. Stormes' Drug Store That irritation causes MI-O-N- A heartburn, J3. IE1. DENTIST. Phone 65. Walter Lancaster, Ky dizziness, nightsweats, nervousness. will end all stomach misery, or money back, A large box costs only 50 cents and is sold by K. E. McRoberts & Son and druggists everywhere. less pedestrian in the present tense. The careless pedestrian is dead and buried. St. Louis Republic. Long-Live- It is incorrect to speak of the Correct! The Missing Adjunct. "There was a very disagreeable wait at the Muggleton's wedding last evening. The bride was in tears, the bridegroom's collar melted, the pastor diction " fell afcleep In his study and the or"Dear, I hope it will. How lovely ganist played, 'Oh, Promise Me,' it will be when you and I can havp an eleven times." automobile and I will not need to be "What in the world was the trou- description ashamed any more when people ask ble?" is a pure specific in every me what bubinebs you are in." "Why, the moving picture man's way, and has been proven beyond quesauto struck a fire hydiant and his tion to be the surest and quickest rem-e- d No Chesterfield. whole outfit went to smash." for Uric Acid Troubles known to "Muggins has made a pile of money, medical science, i o mutter how long and now he's trying to get into society, Aloft in the Distance. standing. It n- .cu.s and removes the but the question of manners comes up "I shall take a lofty position in dis- root of the ti- iible (Uric Acid) and Has he got any?" queried Bolivar. cussing public affairs," baid the joung I "Muggins? Manners? Well, purifies the ! lood. man who is learning politics. should say not," retorted Slithers THE SOI. CE CO. of Battle Cieek "That's right, son," replied Senator "Why, that man wouldn't give up are the Sole U. S. Agents and have Sorghum. "Only don't soar so high in a dentist's chair to a lady." into the efnpyreanthat you are like thousands of voluntary testimonial letHarper's Weekly. an airship and the only impression ters which have been received from people get of you is a small spot and grateful people SOLACE lias restored THERE YOU ARE. a buzz." to health. Testimonial letters, literature and FREE BOX sent upon rePROOF. quest. R. Lee Mollis, president of the Firat National Bank of Chico, lexas. wrote 'I ft the Solace Company as follows: "I want you to send a box of Solace r,!rV to my father in Memphis, Tenn., remedy has which I enclose $1. 'lhis been used by seme friends of mine here and I must say its action was won" (Signed) R. L. Ilorris. derful. Put up in 2.1c, 30c and 1. boxes. IT'S MIGHTY FINE TO BE WELL - SOLACE RCMFDY is a lecenfmuui-ca- l discovery of three German Scientists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals anil Put ifies the Blood. It is easy to take, and will not affect the weakest stomtich. It is guaranteed ut ,lor the Pure Food and Diugs Law to be absolutely free from opiates or harmful drugs of any Gmi3,Ammunition,Hunting Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: Live and Let Live. Sv hu-se- ST a W sHs Sa rh 'a Msf H s SLJl ej 3t 9,a i g i. rwrifel ma Ma iMflW mwmj M Lancaster, Ky. ltg3tBSitg538CLt83 Bnz ;33&S3t3 ho lid Ifubu rd care- -Jigson 7k So A Noble E. Glasses Utted. Satisfaction Guaranteed W. Morrow, Graduate Opticiat Oakdale Herd Of Registered Durocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. d "Oh, yes, I como of a very i -family. My father cut a third Mrs. Henpeck Do you think men set of teeth when he was past eighty." "That's nothing. My grandfather died are smarter than women? Mr. Henpeck Some men are. of infantile paralysis when he was ninety-seven.- " men art Mrs. Henpeck What long-live- AND YOU CAN SOON BE SO BY SOLACE. "No Special TAKING Treatment Schemes or Fees". JUST SOLACE ALONE does the work. Write today for the free box, etc. SOLACE REMEDY CO., Battle Creek. Mich. Qn n 2 ft ri fc Q s i C fh&Z 3Pi? rjj- mn j jy ii m to be ninety years old, eh. your grandfather lived Did ho COLDS GO OVER NIGHT. She Do? Then If your head is stuffed up and you 'Tare," said What Didconductor the lady have a hard cold you can quickly get smarter? Mr. Henpeck Single men. retain possession of his faculties until the end? m Jagson Can't say. His will hasn't S3 been read as yet. m ITI "Who SfSSSgg ESwSf T3r CrtS cira '7;- - ". 7 4V L.-m- w r- si 22 - fiXgy 3J K .fL CT2373 J'-i.- CBSnS3 J. F. ROBINSON, "Fair?" said the rounder all s.tnillnK. Lancaster, Ky rid of the misery. First, look after the bowels; any 'Tair? You can bet that you are!" As the rounder climbed onto her car, good cathartic will do; then breathe Whcrr Doves Disagree, Booth's I1YOMEI which promptly kills "What's the latest among suft'ra Country Girl of Nowadays. germ life and heals the membrane. gists?" "Where are you going, my pretty Breathp HYOMEI (pronounce it "Mrs. Wallaby called Mrs. Wombat maid?" in the daytime through the a deliberate and unqualified fibber." "I'm goin sir," she said, Offiice over Logan's nore. "Dear me, have women come tc "and I'm also pretty and I'm only little hard rubber inhaler, and just beResidence Phone 75. eighteen. I'm just a country girl. I've Office Plior 6 fore going to bed at night do this. that? What happened next?" "Then they both cried, kissed ano never been to the city and I know Pour a scant teaspoonful of HYOMEI to a kitchen bowl of bo ng water, made up, and we all went to a bar what manners are. And if there's anything more you'd like to know just ask cover head and bowl with towel and gain matinee." me." Satire. breathe for several minutes the soothFor His Father's Good. ing, healing vapor that arises. This "Don't you ever stop," v rote a fath Human Chronometer. treatment is also fine for sore throat or to his son in colege, "to consider The doting mother was telling the and catarrh. Complete HYOMEI out- "aow hard I have to work for the bachelor uncle about tho wonderful fit including inhaler. $1.00; extra bot- money you are spending?" LANCASTER, KY. baby. tles if needed, 50c andR. E. McRoberts To which the son replied: Office Phone 6. "George Is so regular in his habits' Residence Phone 220 "Yes, but you have always assured she said. ir bon is authorized to refund your "He wakes up crying at exme that hard work is the best thing money if dissatisfied. actly 12 o'clock every night." m Uq world for any man." "A time bawl," said the bachelor Burned the Wind. uncle. Worthy of Toleration. "Sam, were you in that riot last "I should think you would object to night?" "Yassir." "Did you run like your husband going Black Hand Methods. away on those All Work Guaranteed. the wind, Sam?" "No, sir. I didn't ong fishing trips alone." "I received a letter from a trust run like the wind, 'deed I didn't. But "I would, only he is always so meek- magnate today," said tho manager of niggers that was I passed J ning like two wind." Argonaut. run- ly disposed to put up with almost any the campaign fund. ths "What does he want?" thing for a while after he getB hack "Wants to contribute. Ssys he has from one of them." hidden $5,000 in a hollow tree, and IT GROWS HAIR. demands that we go and get it." What's the Use 7 "Gaddsbey says he and his wife had Here Are Facts We Want Ycu To Prove A Possibility. i prenuptial agreement." Jinks If I had not married I would "Does he? How is it working out?" At Cur Risk. "Not very well, apparently. It seems be worth a million. Office over Hurt & Audersou's. Binks But I am single and pennifhat his wife decided as soon as they In all our experience with hair tonics less. were married that the usual there is one that has done more toward Jinks Ah, but if you had married and regulations would be in effect." gaining our confidence than any other. you might have learned o economize. Sue Bennett Memorial School We really believe this remedy, known A Change in Sentiment. as Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is so superiTwo or Three. "Are you a fiiend of William Blig-ginCountry Cousin Well, I was in the " that Admittedly one of the very best schools or to other preparations that we offer Metropolitan museum this morning. "I should think not, indeed!" it to you with our personal and unqualiin the State. Five Schools in one. City Host That's nothing to brag "Then you'll hardly be interested to fied promise that if you use it and it about. I know two or three fellows hear that he has inherited $500,000." High School, Normal School, Graded School doesn't prove in every way satisfactory living right here in New York who "What! Our dear old Bill!" to you, we will, upon your mere rehave been there. Smart Set. School of Music, Commercial School. quest at our store, return to you the Easy Position. money you paid us for His Idea. "The lazy men in this establishment, J. C. LEWIS, Prin. T,ondon. Ky. Rexall "93" Hair Tonic actsscientifi-coll- y I am sure, envy guns." "Don't you think we have laws enough already, senator?" destroying the germs which are "Why should they envy guns?" "Oh, yes; but If I don't let 'em know usually responsible for baldness. It "Because guns find constant emwhat I'm here for, I'll never get here ployment only In being fired." acts to penetrate to the roots of the again." hair, stimulating and nourishing them. Truth and Progress. It is a most pleasant toilet neccessity, Whoever hesitates to utter that Not That Kind. is delicately perfumed, and will not which he tJbAnks the highest truth, lest "I have a fine setter at home." gum nor permanently stain the hair. it should be too much in advance of ( Buy a Farm, "Irish, English or Gordon?" We want you to get a bottle of Rex- tho time, may reassure himself by IF YOU WANT TO- - Sell a Farm, "None of the three." all "93" Hair Tonic and use it as dir- looking at his acts from an imperson( Sell at Auction "What is it, then?" al point of view. . . . Not as adI will give you prices on ected. If it does not relieve scalp ir- ventitious will the wise man regard "Plymouth Rock." ritation remove "dandruff prevent the 50 Choice Farms. the faith hair from falling out and promote an est truth which is In him. The highhe sees he will fearlessly A Mere Sputter. Me or Touch the Live Wire. See increased growth of hair and in every utter. Knowing that, let what may She Was he furious, dear, when way give entire satisfaction, come come of it, he Is thus playing his you told him that wq had been seT. KING, back and tell us, and get your money right part in the world knowing that cretly married? bpek. Two sizes, 50c, and SI. 00. Sold if he can effect the change he aims at Phone 339-He Not really furious; only well, if not well also; though not ANCASTER, KENTUCKY, only at our store the Rexall Stor Judge so well. Herbert Spencer. MLHTui. BURNETT Piwsican ana Surgeon. never takes umbrellas That don't belong to him, D(beres to dwell in heaen Among the seiapliiin. Character. 2x1 fiO&fc wr'a ti UT i? 1 Us&&? -- i.X ar TSirsl w tfhW 31 a a xr-&- i 0 "9 a A ti High-o-m- e) ll 8?S3J A5 m ) fJB31&a "j HA 1 W. M. ELLIOTT, Lancaster Physician and Surgeon. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. i Paint Lick, Kentuckv. M. K. Denny, DENTIST Ask the People Who Have Bought of Us During This Great Sale, If the Above Statement Is'nt Absolutely True. Hopi r! r6W is Of Tills. The Greatest Slaughter Sale That Lancaster, Garrard and surrounding counties ever heard of. 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 are in need of, therefore you would have to go else where and pay 50 per 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 - by-law- s s, ne'er-do-well?- 6 oats, Soils, Shoes, fiots, Caps and Furnishing Goods. V 1 it Real Estate rock-bottom and Auctioneer. We are showing beautiful lines in Gloves, Neckwear, Shirts, Silk Socks, 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. W. H T 9 Logan, Lancaster, Ky EBIHBsfiHSSBSHiHHHHWHHflHHIIfliBfl sul-turiou- s. ) Of cm VTe HaveJME xxIICl fTl -- Having merged forth from another sham battle of Sales, JOSEPH'S Real The Xmas Spirit is in our Store and we have many New and Us &- - Sill Hosiery A dandy for $1.00. Our 50 cent ones cannot be beaten. Table feinens at Counter Prices from 29cts to $1.19 Holiday Special Napkins to match. featstN in Ladies Christmas Necki Mesh Bags. h NvyLady Suit makes the a handsonu Our prices drown all competitors. We had ralhec sllOW Vnil thnn trt tpll vn-- i nhnnf tVinm .. rf ...... ... Jlu UlSUUk HI1.1U. A 9 The Joseph Mercantile The Store With Xmas Spirit. ' Conquerers. i Lancaster, Kentucky. . JT t7 . 5 TSiJFXZJFrVSSrV i - r SEE OUR wj ill; 5 and 50c Counter I Gossip About People vNv A Brief Mention of the Comings and ii fc rwfc iiiia.iui.i.u hi. BEFORE PURCHASING. Each counter contains something useful and ornamental A souvenir given away with each purchase of 25cts or more. The Quick Meal Malleable Range with set of ware, untilJanuary 1st. Something new, oven and inside lining enameled. Be sure and see it. Ca )iS'&&S& 'G Mount, Son !XXX.C Co. 2 S O0XQi.SX.(S9 I S '0 Flour From The MILL direct to us is naturally cleaner than if it had been subject to many handlings. Cleanliness, however, is not its only virtue. s 1 It bakes better and goes farther than any other : If you make good bread now, try our flour and make better. You'll save a little too because you can make the same sized loaf with less flour flour we know. It ! Lancaster Elevator & FIourMills 1 A)M1)M (&&&&& ) I I 'X) Te Look To Future as well as the present. You don't always expect to have a small business. Then prepare yourself for a big one Open an account at the Garrard Bank Co., &. Trust and get used doing business as big business is done. Besides an account here is a money saver in many ways. A check costs you only two cents to mail. What does it cost you to send the cash? ThGdrrard Bank & Trust Company 5a State University, Subject. "The DiffLouisville. Horace Walker of Louisville will be iculties of Democracy are the Misses Ella Thompson and Inez ColeWilliam and Janv 3 Harvey Ralston at home for the Christmas. man of Danville will be with Miss Hal-li- e of Education." of Paint Lick vibited James Brown Recitation Growers of What we Sell. Brown this week. Mrs. Martha Terrill of Richmond has by Miss Arnola Rm3y Saturday night. been visiting Lancaster relatives. of the Manse School. Mr. and Mrs. James Anderson of Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. by Hon. Jno. Noteml. Mr. and Mrs. Wal'ord Dean of Lit- Address Mrs. Mary Dickerson of Buckeye Kansas are here for a visit of ten days NOON. tle Hickman were with Mr. and Mrs. to Mrs. Sue Anderson. left Friday to reside in Richmond. & Sons. George T. Brown Sunday night and Song by audience. Mr. J. McDowell left Saturday to f Mondav. Mr. R. H. Tomlinson and son Robert Music by Prof. J. V. Ireland spend his Christmas holidays with were in Lexington for a short stay. 'Address Lexington. Kentucky. Prof. T. J. Costs. Joe Haselden, who has just completed Newton Todd of Atlanta Ga, is with friends at East Bernstadt. Address Dr. James MeKee of sale in i Mrs. LabainKirke of Paintsville is the a successful real estate his parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Todd. Versailles. guest oi her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. Tuscaloosa Ala. is th Lancaster rela- Address Rev. F. M. Tineer. Mr. and Mrs. George A. McRoberts C. McWhorter of tives for the holiday . Paint Lick. Address. ..Prof. J. E. Calfee of Berea. of Covington are hen; to spend the holMr. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore an- Address Mrs. Geo. D. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. John Mount left this idays. by Cleone McWhorter of week to spend the holidays with Mr. nounce the engagement of their daugh- Recitation Mrs. George Robinson of Danville ter Norma Erie and Mr. Robert Dun-la- p the Manse School. has been with her mother Mrs. Rebecca and Mrs. Joe Claunch in Somerset. Blanton of Athol. Ky.. The wed- Address . ...Mrs. Chas P. Weaver. ' West. j Miss Bessie Wilker3on, of Danville, ding will occur eaily in the New Year. Other speakers of statewide reputais here spending the holidays with her Mrs. Dr. Harris of Richmond is visittion are expected to be present and ing her brother Mr. Wm. Leavell and parents Mr. and Mrs. R B. Wilkerson. VLlV give addresses, dinner will be protMkd wife. Mrs. G. M. Patterson and daughter for all and the day can be pleasantly Little Miss Cecil Batson has returned and Mrs. John Ballard made a stay of and profitably spent. The various MORE THAN PLEASED. from a visit to her school teachers and trustees of the ' in several days in Cincinnati the past week. Stanford. county are especially urged to be ores- ent. Mrs. J. S. Johnson son and daughter Miss Virginia Bourne has been in Stanford visiting her sister Mrs. W. K. left the past week for a visit tc Jacktafrwexmm sonville Florda and other cities on the Warner. coast. I YOU'LL TIND IT IN THISXOLUJIN. Mrs. Banks Hudson of Danville mad( Mrs. Pattie D. Gill left Saturday to M wa a short visit to her friend Mrs. F. S. m wwnAoiww ant spend the winter months in Washing Hughes. Ortiee Phone .11. Residence Phone i We are now td to take boarders ton City with her daughter Mrs. E. L. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Guynn of Canada and furnish room'?. Barnard. LANCASTER. KY. are here for a protracted stay with J. W. Walker. Walter C. Hduson of Denver Colorado relatives. is expected to be home with his parents For Rent. J. Herbert Kinnaird who holds a fine Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Hudson for the housp containing S rooms, good My positian in Chicago is at home for the holidays. itB.' garden, lot and bain. Apply to W. T. holidays. SlUiOHS 0? DOLLJBS .Mrs Jennie West. West. Miss Mary Arnold is at home from a to poultry and hog i Mrs. Ponell Duncan of Nicholsville is PZS ra : :. La." y .r tiRUsrx!s of visit of several weeks with her sister For Sale. the guest of her daughter Mrs. S. G. Miss Allie Arnold near Pittsburg Haselden. Old fashioned square piano in good Pennsylavina. were 'rum choi. ra aad other diseases duriuK Jie hot weather bj the use ot Mist. Jennie Swope. condition. Mrs. J. W. Francis and Misses Jane Miss Sallie Cooke Gregory of Win0 Marksbury. Ky.. 4t and Marv Doty were recent visitors in chester in here to spend Christmas Reggy Weally, I detest slang. Danville. with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. Parbest can goods, Peggy Oh! joy! Mr. J. W. Acey of Stanford has been ker Gregory, Reggy There U goes again. If jou on the "Del visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mr. Harvey M. Estes, Editor of the ay "Oh! joy!" again I shall go Ths Greatest Cholera Preventive Known Hughes. Monte" Prevents and cum Baptist Reporter, Georgetown, Ky , straight home. I weally shall. the cholera, but don't f Peggy Oh! jcy! Oh! joy! Oh! joy! quality. .t.i they keel and Mrs, Monte Fox of Danville was here this week and paid the ReMr. - - ' veit 10 tnem f i 1 , d With food will be guests this week of Mrs. Sallie cord a pleasant call. L3t3 the trork Notice To Creditors. SSA3i-Sv32Down and Up. Rout Fox. in 01 the boweb. du- Creek Miss Madrue Farris of Silver choTera and oth r crrms winch get ito the system "It's hard to keep a good man down.' All persons indebted to the estate of .ththo k1 or druik. Miss Mary Dalton of Hamilton and Miss Nannie May Davison of Said some conceited pup; o A Favstlsr the late W. P. Anderson will pleae But when he's in an aeroplane, College, Lexington is at home for Richmond are the attractive visitors of for PauJfpy Tis hard to keep him up. call and settle same at enco. All peranil arot r for hoes, packed in Mrs. Stephen Walker. Christmas. metal cans, cu t dry up. lose sons having claims against said estate strcr-r'or poI Ut , oth rs and co ts no innre It 13 all inedicica A Slight Mistake. Miss Dove Harris of Danville, has Mr. and Mrs. Jake Miller and childwill present same to me properly provaad uanu.t,;ed too. "Fine food display you have here. en. Haw to Toll been visiting her sister Mrs. S. H. ren and Mrs. Morgan of Charleston, J. E. Anderson, Adm'r. Written to lie ucVr I od rs piven free to live Anderson. West Va., are here spending the holi- The samples taste good. Can I or. R. F. D. No. 1. Lancaster Ky. stock orn, our 60 ra" J!u. tr .f tl book, by our cur-:U riparian. howicK Low to knor and and der some of this stuff?" how isr h w to c ir es in Her3. Catthr. Miss Lamah Ellis of Latonia will be days with Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller Sheep. Sw m and TuuKrv. together with It "Sir," said the horrified attendant, family. xnciathns with Miss Mamie Bastin for the Christ"that is adulterated food which we City Taxes. nasonsiKE nones. Spavira mas holidays, Mr. J. J. Raymond the contractor are exhibiting as a horrible example. Ot ccai"i"t ku y- em.ir.p.mcnu. i. yf.rK.ng i oraiij persons whe have not paid their good?" All How can you say that It tastes oyal Distributing co. (inc.) Caltiraora, MtL. U. 5. A. city tax and water rent are requested Far $:' by' to do so at once as I am compelled to Physical Objections. C. C. & J. E. Stormes. Lancaster, Ky. "My dear, we can't take such a dari collect so that 1 can make my settlement with the city. Attend to this at apartment as this." Agents wanted in other towns. once. "Why not?" L. E. Herron. City Marshall "Aren't we going to do light houseopftor-tunities Rev. 0. P. Bush. at Millers'burg. Monday. Welcome . Prof. G. L. W&terbnry. Mr. J. Roe Young of Maysville was Song by the audience. Mrs. W. A. Spe th left Sunday to Little Shirley Denny is upon the sick the guest for several days of Mr. and spend the holiday.- - with relatives in Address-Jud- ge Lyman Chalkier of list at this writing. Mrs. W. G. Anderson. lege """Spr.jr.i. it . Pollitt will be the for the handsomi new graded school Programm Of The Dedication Exercises guest of friends in Middlesboro for the building being erected here was marOf The Paint Lick Consolidated High ried recently ir Cincinnati to Miss Christmas. Stella McMiller oe Columbus Ohio. Judge L. L. Walker and Mrs. WalSchool To Be Held At Paint ker are at home from a weeks stay in Lewis Herndon of Louisville is at Lick Ky. Saturday DecNew Orleans. home for the holiJays with relatives. ember 28, 1912. W. B, Mason Jr. is at home for the Genial Mat Coh n of Lexington was Chiistmas holidays from the M. I. col- ningling with tl. court day crowd Devotional Miss Charlotte TREES Fruit & Ornamental Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Ros es Phlox. Etc. H.F.Hillemneyer ! -- &CSR3 5!"a w grand-paren- ts J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer I r n pn-pa- J ra Posts Fauttry .n os an 12-2- For your call Ball for brand for extra utgiurf' 10 r- & 1 Cas-Stn- h 1 V - u. Cal-CIn- o 0r TlwO 1 It's Pretty h Tough Luck ill to be out of SriSltL only Bahina wjwaer 11 iBSr V WmJ W made from keeping?" Farm For Rent. In) Royal Grace (BamojTaifar. Coal i I and then have the bottom drop out of the thermometer. Don't have that hap Order us to send what coal you may need now it, the coal will not spoil. You'll If you shouldn't-neepen to you. d i I fK HI BakingPowder AbsoIutelyPure Royal No Alum No Umo Phomphmtom w M have use for it some time anyway. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. Tims to Go Home. My farm containing about 110 acres; The undersigned hereby give warn"Well, dear, I guess the honeymoon about 50 acres for corn, 7 acres for Is over." ing to all persons not to transpass upon and rest in grass. Twu barns, "Why do you say that?" pouted the tobacco good dwelling good orchard, cabin on our lands for any purpose whatever as bride. "I've been taking stock and find I'm farm. Price $750. notes with approve we will prosecute all offenders to fulsecurity. Possession at once. down to ?2.65." lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Mrs. Maggie Walker. Fishermen especially taKe notic?, Any information desired call on Proof. 2Pd Sonire R Parsons Jno M Farra "I know that man wanted to injure William Simpson. "I r?.S FdESUSon Ed & N B Price me. He looked at me bo." QaeeiW A Price EF Herring "But you can't prove anything by a Low Round Trip Holdiay Fares.'Via S L Rich W S Embry look. There must be Intent." & Crescent Route. "Well, his look was Intent." Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin J W Sweeney Tickets on sale December 13, 14, 17, Dave Thompson Of Course. Jas Sutton 21, 22, 23, 24. 25, and 31. W12, Z T Rice 19, 20, "What Is your favorite flower, and J'...uary 1, 1913. Return limit Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels H C Arnold duke?" asked the heiress. "But 1 January G, 1913. Apply to nearest D B Anderson ought to know that without asking."' H C Hamilton, W G Anderson, Ticket Agent, Queen & Crescent Route, "Well, what should it be?" G Y Conn L H Brown for full infornation, W. A. Beckler "The marigold." J G Conn t T W Conn O. G, P, A., Cincinnati, .1 G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. Sweet. Dr. W Burnett Mrs Maggie Boulden "Gladys is such a sweet girl." W K Leavell C G Gay "Yes. She never regards people John Boian E Dunn with contempt merely because they E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath are old." R. E. Thompsan Booth Thompson -t 2-- POSTED I Prohibited. Green Misery loves company. White But the cook won't allow ua to have any. Harper's Bazar. W. Simpson O' Ml WiM I ofii i SB1 ii m VTTTQR t iY H f H. Posey. L. Kelley. W. Bradshaw. T. M. Arnold, Jr. S. C. Henderson. ll Walker Bradshaw. R. L. Burton. zi." LL3 J"riaiaCr.5S2iHJaf ciKlaL?y; iy.-?nr- .jwi? :.., x s, - - c i. . i5 . . - --: t, v, -- -- " -- . g; '' B''1''1!1'' Bv' fcx. .. - K&4w&iL-- . 'tfrrTr. y. 4 ' ::i .EiL- - - -X v J v -4VQ-B i, : . . - . V PtfwVVVfl&'AKVfifBoW flvvjwJr ivKv hWb gHPfcJWMi-liW-- i Wvv MPm mHPi AuVaBWflBVii&Wlftv'f4e2 Wi ' " . - - '."-- 0ftE vj BE . 7 U ft thank ue to merit a shar it fo tf wy mt . , I 0SPBROUS extend a cordial welcome tf MAS ST YEAR. TEW s -- iv foatronasfe voti have given us the past year and hooinsf that we will xene coming season and to those who have never traded withZ-u- we sit us whither you buy or not, i g . y - - iS tea fr P9 b ,r Hdrt'fit Anderson. V Ariel 4-, - The Bright Spot in Lancaster. ' r - IFARMERS COLUpl J SQTK loocowooowwooowoow opacc below this beaOmg Is for me ecln- live use of our farmer sobscriljers.and is for the sale of stock, grain ind such things on farm as Ihe farmur ciinuot affo'd to advertise. No notice will be' accepted over four lines, aud will be only in Mvo issues of the Record, free of chaige O VV --ye--vC- cJttrAlv If lIvvl wi KVr Xy MM WMaPMb i eJ ?- no sues is profitable, but all large and profitable cows are hearty slgntnat eaters. , Millet should- be cut before the seeds are ripe, in fact, after It Is well headed, out it is a candidate for the -- mower.. v j Don't leave the sheep in a dry, short pasture. ' Give them a chance in a fresh pasture or give a good grain ration?. i i Quaker Oath. Two small boys In a family of Friends, writes a contributor, had al disagreement, during Tvhich the older boy became very much incensed. " Finally, no longer able to control himself, he took his brother by the shoulder and shook him, withthe exclamation, "Oh, thee little you, thee!" Then as the enormity of his offense came over him, he said, in a changed voice, "Don't tell mother I swore'." Youth's Companion. A - - - - w The Trusty Tread, Non-Ski- d to caUfour attention to the RACINE AUTOMOBILE WANT TIRES. Luther Stivers, Sales Mgr. R. L. Baker, Sec-Trea- 0 F0RSALE:0ne pair 3'yr. old, 15 hand 'horse mules. Hughes Aldridge, Hyattsville. ".For v .nurj iirrzrMr SMSlk " Corn Is ready to be cut for silage when the grain is in the dent and glazed but can still be broken with tle thumb nail. MORE APPROPRIATE. I -- rent or sale 2 "Cottage dwellings Cull the ewe flock. Be atLowell Ky. see Sam Henderson or write Dr. J. A. Snowden, Winchester. registered Duroc Jersey 'Boar; twenty months jold.- Will sell cheap if taken at once. BF. Robinson Lancaster, Ky. , FOR SALE:-On- it Is important to select it early out I of the best'p'art of the crop and take good care of It The fatality among pigs during the abnormallyfieated spell was in many cases Increased, if not wholly caused, by putrid swill barrels. If " you-produu- e .your own seed grain - w ii I Tire, 4500 miles Guaranteed. The only 8 ply Fabric Auto Tire on the market. Arnold's Garage exclusive agent for Boyle, Garrard and Mercer Counties. Fhone or write ARNOLD'S GARAGE Danville, Ky., or D Arnold's Carriage Factory. I A.P, Barnard, Pres. J. M. c e careful in milking. - Sheep need care and feed. Good fences are important. tenant house, containing three good rooms, apply to William Hufte, Sr., Lowell, Ky. FOR RENTi'One Lime may be applied to the soil any time. at quently the result of dust and filth snuffed 'through the nostrils feeding on the ground. Lung troubles in swine are 'fre- while Gentry, Vice-Pre- s. s. Y Pigs that have been properly grown Still Have to Be Caught. , up to five months with big strong There are as good fish in the sea as Potatoes are as cheap this year as frames, can be rounded- up quickly for ever Tvere caught, but few of them are they will ever be again. market with; a rttion consisting largelikely to try to crawl up into your lap. Cholly The idea of Grace leaving ly of corn. The dairy cow should essentially be me and saying she had other fish to a large and rich milker. If more sheep were kept by farmers fry! Do you think that was proper? HERE IT 18 AGAIN. right along, Instead of having them Marion I should say not! She A coat of whitewash in the poultry wnen fe(j In price Arthur Albro, the Russian tenor, Bts are highmoney and should have said Bhe had other lobBheep vice .Versa, more could sters to broil.' dropped into a drug store near his house adds both beauty and proflt. be realized. home In Harlem and asked the clerk J Hogs running in the corn field are if he had some castor oil that would Editors Are So Mean. healthier tbau those shut In a pen. Keep your eye open for a better ram not taste. sang-- ' In time you have been using. No use A bard who pleasing summerrhyme. than The clerk replied that he had, Composed a bit of To have horses of endurance give tramping the! same ground over year Though autumn's come, to his regret, the comedian if he liked the colts a chance to develop their after year. Get a little farther along He hasn't sold that Jingle yet. . the road to better things. "I do," replied Albro, "and rarely muscles. ' Indulge in anything stronger." S Don't waste your time cutting corn S feeling Why Not? my mind is 1b no better balancer well today, There The clerk gave Albro a glass of for "Tm Earsaparilla, which he drank 'With for fodder after one good frost stock wintered on corn fodder than- - ''at ease, and my business is good." strikes it cowpeai. They furnish just the ele- "Why are you going around telling relish- FinallyrsAlbro asked the clerk foi ments that' are lacking in all feeds people that?" The only way to make sheep pay is like corn, cane or kaflr fodder and "Why, we always put up a holler the castor oil."v, to keep the best sheep and give them when things go wrong. Why shouldn't umouiy uay. "I gave it to Vou with the the best care. we occasionally admit that things are responded tfie. clerk. i Churning troubles appear as soon as going right." . ''Gjeiat heavens!" shrieked Albro. Change of pasture makes fat cattle, hla cold weathersets Ifi. But not all the "I wanted it for my they say. Variety in feed also makes uui-- dTelegraph. uub w com caurmuB Not for Him. cows better milkers. "And" concluded the Sunday school n. fnrl' w.- -. D .! The value of a hog depends upon furnish creamjhat is slow to ..JLs. . teacher, "If you are a good boy, Tom- Drives Off A Terror. my, you will go to Heaven and have his ability to make good pork. This J The chief executioner of death in the is equally true of all breeds. a gold crown on your head." Feed Is plenty thl& fall and cheaper winter and spring months is pneumonia "Not said been for some time. This one of much," things Tommy; "I had put on a tooth Are you keeping the boys and girls than it has Its advance agents are colds and grip. them does not mean that it will stay cheap In any attact by one of these maladies properly supplied, with good" "tools" all winter for should It be a hard win- oncet" Ladles' Home Journal. no time should be lost in taking the to do their work in the schoolroom? ter the feed would lessen fast. The best medicine obtainable to drive it off. Thrifty. time to buy feedff any is needed, is Your lambs ought tobe big enough in Countless thousands have found this to the fall. "I presume old Gurmley is a man now bring "good price. Let' them who has no trouble in making both be Dr. King's New Discovery. "My 'go to give"'! a and the rest a better crance. Wanted a Winner. ends meet." .hugband believes it hasjeept him from "Pshaw! There's never a month The manyat the table Look here, saving pneumonia mree or lour times, hay stock without a good top The writes Mrs. George W. Place, Rawson-vill- Is Just about on a p'ar with the corn Waiter! Tat lobster, is without a rolls round that he doesn't make them lap over." that? t Vt, "and for coughs, colds and shock that has' nearly twisted downv claw! WaitejoTou see, they're so fresh croup we have never found its equal. Would Be a Pity. ' Feeding the drop apples to the these Jobsterethey fight with each Guaranteed for all bronchial affectio ns stock will savej much; grain and act otherIn the kitchen. Proud Pa I want Willie to be a Price 50 cts. and $1.00. Trial bottle take The man at the tabej-We- ll, free at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Drug as a good appetizer for the animals. thai one away and brinVme one of politician. Friend Jones Why? Store. . .m v Because a cow is a h enrty. eater Is the winners. Judge. Proud Pa He'B bo big and. strong r I'd hate to have him ruin his physique working. I r The best seed corn is" that grown on one's own farm. Lexington Tobacco Warehouse Co. INCORPORATED. Auctioneers: J. C. ROBERTS, J. N. GIBBONS. EARLE BASS and BROTHER. Luther Stivers In A Class By Himself Sales-Manag- er and "boosttr for the following houses: MANAGERS. A. P. Barnard, J. W. Rodes,, Land Bros., J. N. Gibbons. Luther Stivers &. Bro. "WAREHOUSES. and-aske- d a. Lexington, Stivers, Central Ky. Growers, Shel"burne, Baker Scott. J. M. Gentry, E. B. Hawkins: &. .- - I sarsa-paTlla- ." motherI"-rPhila-delp- Floor Space 3,000,000. Open day and night. Stable Room for 1,000 Horses. Shed room for 1,000 loads of tobacco, no. dangerj-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. w --- i , e, Sales of tobacco on our market this week is 1,957,100 pounds, LEYINGTON, KY., DEC. average on the entire sale of $14.15. Sales on the market since the opening date, Nov. with a general 19th, is 5,636, 140 pounds, with a general average on the entire offerings of 12.74; prices ranging from 4 to ?61.00 On Wednesday of this week we had the first good tobacco season that has come since the crop was ready to move, which caused the receipts of tobacco for the latter part of thi3 week to be heavy. Prices, under heavier offerings, showed a stronger tendency, and especially was this the case on good to fine tobaccos, and more tobacco selling above $20.00 than heretofore, which bears out our prediction that good to fine tobacco would sell for higher prices. Red tobacco of all grades sold better this week than at any time since the crop begun to move, with more competition on this class of tobacco than has previously prevailed. Colory types of all classes show a stronger tendency and fully as high as at any time. Summing the market as a whole, it is certainly satisfactory, and justifies the selling of tobacco as rapidly as proper condition and handlieg will permit All of the Sales adjourned on the 20th for the holidays resuming on Thursday, January receiving and unloadwarehouses belonging to this Company will remain open during this time for the ing of tobacco for sale on Jan. 2nd. LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. (Incorporated) 21-19- 12 BOTH 'PHONES 964. J Stl E. C. Million, President T. J. Curtis, Vice President ' dr. i C. H. Vaught, Secty. E. Deatherage, Treas Madison Tobacco Wa&house loffloanx. RICHMOND, 1 m X. & TBI Incorporated. T. 1 , K.UNT.UUJVXI w Near L. & A. Depot. C. Million. Capital $33,6t6o:00 J. Curtis. Dr. C. H. telephone 6 k Marion Coy. Bring' Your Tobacco To i W. DIRECTORS-- E. Vaught . T. J. Smith. J M. Haden.y Our new steel warehouse is ready. r'WJei&0$4Oq "- ifo danger 'oLdmage. . Financial responsibily - The best lighted and emiinned warehouse" 'in Kentucky. pounds daily.jitable room for 200 horses, shed room for 150 loads of tobacco. t Gii$rantees Sales Every Day. HOUSE OPEN DAY , Wi Residence Fhone 66. Stanford Street. "" - Best experienoed tobacco men to abvise you'about tobacco. iill competition of.the.buyihg trade " USE . J. Telephone us 66-- we are glad to have you use our phone.-- , fotfacco insured FREE Stalls for your teams free. Come see our splendid new'house. Haul yourtobacc"o to us .where,-- , you have plenty of room and individual attention to each basket, where you; can better control'sale as to time and price. Electric prizing power. X - ANi NIGHT. t VV -- Business Phone 211. r. . Direct BuyeiiS. .qj1 ". --,V-v . No Auction Sales, We are getting prices that please the farmer. We expect to;,continue to get ' just as much TTOl EVERYBODY. ,' for your tobacco as could be gotten in any market in the county. A SQUARE DEAL ' ,- vNjp J,S3w Commission .To v Pay. W --. "';"'' ; Madisdn Tobacco Warehouse, CdJ inwrporated. "-- J WeiBuj-Yoiir:-Tobac- co at Hiiheiit Market Price and Unload the. Same Day. Sb w ;,- VK -- ilSgriiiiirmrifiijs s.. ' -- -l : ZT: ?. i&jx. CM-Wii- ,l Vt r$s c , '. K. r fT. -- . '. jrz - TW 54 v- 'a 5rt'2 ii ,; i:m ;i .asss?saees ,o it;? i hA.S.4 Vto.33( g'tp-iZ.'pan-yrsu- vtv t" js-- i ESI& JC.W 'i t&ElSttiX!&igtti&& Mlli'Z V.T.A.? '. JJ'?S2i. - ''isa.'i'jr i ,i?sJS3 lmwu"- :e?vSwfi itfv.i-'-rii.. 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