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LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY Arc we to havd any kind of a light on the top of tho tall water tower? Teltpkse Us The News- 10, 1913. Patter Called. NUMBER 40. MR NEW (IS The new water tower will rear Itself in the air to twice the helffht of the court house cupola, and that's up some Tho Record Is prepared t do all kinds of Job work, speedily and satisfactorily both as to nualitv and price. Give us a call. A COMPLETE LINE OF Farmers arc already making prepara tlons for a bumper crop of tobacco this year. They will begin Burning piani beds in next month. Every town In Central Kentucky is being exploited as the future "tobacco market of the world", but when it comes down to the goods, none of them have anything on Lancaster and old Garrard. Parcels Post Information. The Record otters to its patrons this week an entire page of information established in regard to (he newly parcels post This information is replete and authentic and should be The Record is glad to publish at all times any news that is of Interest to its readers. If you have a visitor or there has something happened 'to you or vours worthy of mention, which we have failed to note, rest assured it is because we failed to learn of It Our telephone number is 43. Call us at any time and tell us what you know and we will be glad to give it space in our paper. To The Ladies. The controversy as to tho ownership The Presbvterian Church at OJd Paint icK which has been without a pastor for more than a year, has called to their pulpit Rev. W. M. Eldridge, a minister or more than passing note, he will reside at Pal nt Lick. Rev. Eldridge will also have charge of the church at Kirkaville. He will begin his pastoral duties on next Sunday the 12th. He will preach at Klrksville on the 2d nnd 4th Sabbaths at 11 o'clock A. M. and the 1st and 3d Sabbaths at 3 P. M. and at Paint Lick on the 1st and 3d Sundays at 11 A. M. and on the 2d and 4th at 3 1'. AI. Some Bouquets This. YOUE 1912 Heating Stoves, Cooking Stoves and Ranges. I of the Park has been settled. It belongs to the town. A good time to strike Is while the iron is hot Now while the weather prohibits any kind of beautifying, would be a good time to urge upon the city council the request that the ladies be given supervision over this centrally located plot of ground; also to looking Editor Green Clay Walker, who has made the Lancaster Record, a most excellent paper for the past several years, has sold nlslnterest In that paper to Mr. Joseph E. Robinson and will de vote his time to his practice of the law. Mr. Robinson has taken up his pen as editor and proves in his first edition that he is the right man for tho place. He will be assisted by Mr. R. L. Elkin as business manager, and Mr. George Smith, Jr., who seems to be a part of tho office outfit, will remain with the Record and will continue to make the local pages of that paper teem with bright, crisp local lore. Richmond Climax. Competent ACCOUNT IS READY; 1 preserved for ready referencs.' Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire Backs and Fire Brick. Anything You Want In la Lascaster. Never before were (the faces of so many strangers noticeable upon the streets of Lancaster. As Is customary, the coming of tho new year brings new people to town, and various work going on, upon the school building, the water tower and the tobacco interests, thero are many peoplo here to look after the various lines of work. Many Strangers Like A Letter From Hoee. carry out the plans heretofore outlined looking to its beautification, so that when the weather will permit, the act ual work may be started without the necessary delay incident to tho arrang ing of these preliminaries. Record Late And Issued Under Difficulties. after funds sufficient to GALL AND SETTLE. Guns,Ammunition,Hunting Coats, Gun Cases and Leggins. OUR MOTTO: Live and Let Live. Did you know the Central Record would be one of the best New Years gifts you could se nd an absent friend who has once lived in our midst Each week it is a long, newsy letter to the abwnt ones about the folks back in the old home town. We have read several letters thanking not only the giver but the editor for being prompt in sending, it as it was looked forward to fifty two times a year. Think of your absent friends and como in and give us their names, Mr. FJkia To Sell Ford AtomBiIe. office CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. Mr. Robert L. Elkin of the Record has accepted the agency for the Ford automobile, and in the near bo he tells us, expects to have a car load of these popular machines in Lancaster. The Ford has had several severe tryouts at the hands of Lancaster people and has invariably given satisfaction, and with the energy which Mr. Elkin is accustomed to putting of his undertakings, be will no doubt be able to place many new machines in Garrard county with the opening of favorable climatic conditions. e, in-a- ll YOUR f660UNT I IS DUE. I . PLEASE CALL AND Si Settle at 1 Once. need the money to meet my obligations. H. T. LOGAN 1 Hon. Joe E. Robinson, of Lancaster, this week assumes charge as editor of the Central Record, in that city. Mr. Robinson, who is a prominent attorney at law, and county attorney for that county will do the editorial work on the paper, but will not allow it in any way to interfere with his lucrative law business. As county attorney Mr. Robinson has made an envitable record in securins conviction of criminals. He has been a vigorous and absolutely fearless prosecutor, and performed his patrons. duties to the satisfaction of all. He Roy Arnold Secures Patent On Baggy will not be a candidate for In fact Mr. Robinson is not a candidate for any office. He is a Attachment Which Is Calculated To Democrat, and a hard worker for Become Very Remunerative. his party. We welcome Mr. Robinson Mr. Roy M. Arnold, the Danville on the tripod and wish for him every buggy man, has been using an attach- success. Danville Messenger. ment on his 1912 buggies, it is called a double reach, reinforced inside The Bastin Telephone Co. Prores A Tem gear", which has proven of such porary Stumbling Block To The benefit that he has had it patented and hereafter every buggy turned out of Efforts Ot An Infant his shop will be equipped with the Industry. contrivance, not only this but it is calculated to bring Mr. Arnold The Hubble Telephone Co. an indus considerable remuneration as it is a try as yet in its infancy, but rapidly very useful contrivance. becoming a lusty infant, met with a Roy Arnold is an old Garrard county temporary rebuff last week in their boy, a son of the late Roy Arnold of efforts to get connection with the Cumthe lower end of the county, and a berland people into Lancaster, however, brother of Mr. Thomas M. Arnold Jr. the larger corporation was duly notified of Lancaster. By his gentlemanly that "a child must crawl before itcould conduct fair dealing and business walk", and that the now infant would acumen, he has succeeded in building soon gather strength that would enable up a business in Danville second to none them to force their now.' overbearing of its kind in central Kentucky. Mr competitor to not only come to their Arnold is respected as one of the best terms as to connection, but to grant business men and leading citizens of them other concessions which they askBoyle county, and the people of his old ed and desired. home are proud of him and hope that Hie Hubble Co. has an exchange at the residence of Mr. A. P. Sloan about his success may continue. one mile south of Hubble and already Deplorable Accident, Mr. Henry Kuhlman have about seventy five phones and are putting in new ones every day. Meets Death Under Wheels Of One day last week a representative of the Cumberland Co. met with the Freight Train At Lowell. directors of the newly organized and Mr. Henry Kuhlman was struck by established Hubble Co. with a view of the morning freight train at Lowell devising some means by which the two ruesday morning ai.d sustained injuries lines might connect Into Lancaster. from which he died in about six hours. Several propositions were offered and The morning freight, "Old Henry", were as readily rejected by the Hubble was just pulling into Lowell when Mr. people, when the long expected inforKuhlman stepped in front of the en- mation was forthcoming from the Cumgine, the pilot striking his legs below berland people that thoy had a contract the knees, breaking both legs and in with the BASTIN TELEPHONE CO. juring him about the head and body, covering Garrard county territory, and and inflicting internal Injuries. It is that no definite steps could be taken not known how Mr. Kuhlman happened looking to granting the Hubble people to step in front of the moving train, connection into Lancaster until after or whether or not he failed to see it the Bastin people had 'been consulted The old gentleman was extremely deaf and acquiesced in any prospective arand if anyone called to him, he could rangement The Hubble Co. while an not have heard them. He? was ths Infant industry is not so puerile as railroad agent as well as postmaster at might be imagined, and the more arLowell and was accustomed to meet rogant companies under the" recently the trains. His remains were brought enacted laws of the state of Kentucky, to Lancaster on Wednesday, and after can and will be brought to see the mat short services at the grave by Rev. ter in the proper light, and their pres Pollitt were placed at rest in the Lan- ent arbitrary attitude is but a play for caster cemetery, Mr. Kuhlman was time, and in due course of time they 72 years old and is survived by his will be compelled to grant connection wife, who was Miss Margaret Naylor to the Hubble people, both into Lancasbefore marrying Mr. Kuhlman, and by ter or any other point on their system three sons by a former wife, Thomas to which they may desire connection. Kuhlman who was associated with his Chapter 143 of the Acts of 1912 ol father in business al'Lowelh and Wil- the Kentucky Legislature fully covers liam and Charles Kuhlman, both of the matter and provides specifically for whom are somewhere in the west the connection of exchanges operated Mr. Henrv Kuhlman. was an unricht. by different corporations, and under honest man and a:goo4i citizen and held this act the Hubble people can force the unstinted respect of all, who knew the Cumberland people to. give them him. Many years ago as a poor Ger- connection, regardless of any existing man he began' work for the distillery contract that the latter company may company at Camp Nelson in this county, have with the Bastn Telephone Co., and by frugal living and economy, he and the latter company cannot dictate accumulated enough money to put In a the terms of "Garrard county terrismall stock ot goods at that place; his tory", as to whether or not the Hub- business thrived and for a long time he ble people or any other telephone com conducted a thriving mercantile estab pany may or may not get connection lishment lie left there and purchased Into Lancaster. The Hubble Co. "we predict will not what is known as the "Gate Dunn form" near Bryantayille, living there be bluffed by Uie Cumberland people, several years; he sold the farm and they are not ignorant as to their rights moved to Lancaster where be resided under the lawK nor do we believe they for some time before engaging In busi- will be slow In asserting thoso rights, ness at Lowell. Together with his son and the Bastin people and their conThomas he engaged in the general mer tracts to the contrary notwithstanding, chandising business at the last named we firmly believe that the very near place and has succeeded in building up future will see the Hubble people with Mr. Kuhlman connection into Lancaster over the lina thriving business. was a devout member of the Methodist es of the Cumberland people, awl in church and in whatever community be possession of all other rights and priv chanced to dwell, he quickly took rank ileges vouchsafed them under the laws , pf the state ol Kentucky. as one of its most respected citizens, The Record is late this week and was Issued under stress of great difficulty. Accidents ore unavoidable, and printing offices nre no exception to this rule. Just as we started to press a cog wheel attached to tho big news press broke and it could not be repaired or replaced at home. The Business Manager rushed ofT to Louisville with the faulty piece of machinery and after the unavoidable delay incident to such occasions we were enabled to resume "tho run". We hope that such an accident will not occur again, but we, can not vouch for it, and under the circumstances, we will have to beg the indulgence of our Editor. THIS MEANS YOU. HASELDEN BROS. -- l rrr. --i i - r i r- - - --, . -- .. -- nr- STI f 1 -- l I will save you money on sbgood Heating1 or Cooking1 . STOVE. 4- - v.- PsBH lv . & 1bbVLI-- ' My Stoves are welded where,., others are bolted. W. " J. ROMANS. ' i j Do You Love A Cup Of Real Good i V COFFEE o.Then We Can Pldase You, c -t .v ! 1; w Your choice of Twelve different kinds and Blends ranging in price from 25cts to 40cts per pound. t .... ..a v J $ DAVIDSON & DOTY 1 X ft ! REDUCE $10.00 Suits Reduced $1 IP i Our reducced prices on clothing will be unusually low for the next 1 5 days, in order to clear our cases and make ready for spring goods. We are going to offer the following prices on suits and overcoats. to $12.50 Suits Reduced to $ 7.75. $ 8,75. $18.00 Suits Reduced to $20.00 Suits Reduced to 5.00 Suits Reduced to $11.75. $13.75. $14.75. I J AS. W. SMITH, House Second-Clans $10.00 quality reduced to $7.50. $ 7.50 quality reduced to 5.75. $ 6.00 quality reduced to 4 50. $ 5.00 quality reduced to 3.75. $ 4.00 quality reduced to 2.75. WATCH OUR STYLES AND QUALITIES. BOYS' KNICKERBOCKER SUITS. $10.00 $12.50 $15,00 $18.00 $20.00 Overcoats reduced to Overcoats reduced to Overcoats reduced to $ 7 50 8.50 Overcoats reduced to 1.50 Overcoats reduced to 1 13.50 14.50 Of ' fft Quality resultant good to the entire communi- keep thr temornnce forces In touch ty, has been for years disregarded. with conditions as they may arise In .i The impression seems to ed Citizen Of Lexington Dies. only i,vc they rend,,,! th.Te.iu.. the halls of congress. incorporated. over the country that a new 'snaper "s 'Garrard County Tobacco Establishes Re- It develop that the entire country of the fnct, but they are beginning year. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a Maj. Foxhall A. Dangerfield, a mem- kept up by the generous donations of j to think of Home means to remedy it. was aroused and were prepared to mnko cord Price, And Buyers From All ber of the Kentucky Racing Commiss- the public, when in reality a newspathey are ready and willing to nssist the most persistent etfotl in the nations J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. ion, formerly a distinguished Confed- per is more of n benefactor to the pubOver The Country Are Clim- financially any plausible scheme that history to protect itself against fraud R. L ELKIN, Business Manager. erate soldier, and who served with Gen. lic than anything existing in the comwould provide a home market. Within nnd iuiositioii, nnd n fund of S500.WHI Robrrt E. Lee in Virginia campaigns, munity. There is not a week but that oring Foi It, Hie Demand the Inst few days, just since the is being raised to supHirt this depart Lex- the paper is donating through its colEntered at the Ton Offlce In Lancaster, Ky. died at St. Joseph's Hospital in marketing of these prize crops, which mcnt. At the close of tl sessions of Mall Matter. ington on Sunday after a long illness of umns to the upbuilding of the town and And Price Are Unseems to have more than nnything else the confrence, n banquet wus given a complication of diseases, his death county, putting before the masses the Member Kentucky Press Association had a tendency to upon the eyes of the at the hotel Raleigh, which is a marvel precedented. being due however to heart failure. highest ideals in life. Morality, relig and pnople, we have hoard several of our to even the friends of temperance; this For some months Maj. Dangerfield has ion and civic pride are constantly kept Eighth District Publishers League. We have always contended, and have citizens right here in town sny they wns largely attended, nnd siK'eches been confined to John Hopkins Hospital before the public through the news were tnnde by men of nations! prominoften stated through thesi columns were ready, willing nnd anxious to in Baltimore, but expressed a desire to paper. financially in the establishment of ence, including Senators, Congressmen that the qun'ny of tobacco raised in Lancaster, Ky., January 10, 1913. be brought to his home in Lexington, Garrard county was not surpassed the a market in Lancaster. All that is and high army officials. and he did not long survive his arrival Here's Hoping He Wins. Senntor Kenyon nnd Congressman world over, and our contentions are now needed is concerted action, some there. His remains were taken to hisold sitlVoly tlial.the Shepperd assert Rates For Political Announcements Richard G. Pettus a former resident now being daily borne out. On Janu- one to take the matter up nnd place in home at Harrisonsburg Vn. for interary 2nd. at the Madison county Ware a tangible form, to organize a com- measure will puss by February 1st. A For Precincl-6n- d Citv Offices .'..$ 5.00 of Garrard county is a candidate for ment. Kentucky sent ton delegates and hW pany and arrange the preliminary de'''or County Offices 10.00 the nomination for county judge of Pu house in Richmond, with the opening tails. It is useless for the Record to the honor of being one of thirteen of the market for the new jear, the For State and District Offices.... 15.00 Progressives to Fight in Earnest For laski county subject to the action of th For Calls, per line .10 democratic party, and the Record as crop ot Messrs James and Steve Cur- go into details nbout the establishing states from which the representatives by the Governor. For Cards, per line well as a vast number of his friends tis, about 1000 pounds, raised on a of a tobacco market in Lancaster. We, were appointed County Offices this Fall. .10 The above facts were given us by For all publications in the interback here in Garrard are hoping he will Back Creek bottom on their fnrm on have time and gin pointed out to the Pursuant to a published call by Hon. be successful. the Kirksville pike in this county, minutest detail the advantages that lire. Tinder and embrace (he gist of his est of individuals or expreshis congregation on Sunday Ky. State W. S. Lnwill, of Danville, sion of individual views, per The people of Pulaski would make no brought from 13 to 3D cents per pound, might accrue from such n step, the sermon to portunities are great. Every detail of Chairman, the new Progressive party mistake in electing Mr. PER advantages not only to those directly night Dec. 29th, and which embraced line .10 Pettus county and AVERAGED 29 CENTS the organization should be carefully will meet in Louisville, Ky. on January judge. He is a conservative business POUND, and contrary to the generali- interested, but to the merchants and his report as a' delegate to the above Obituaries, per line .05 guarded. The party con mi t toe still 2Sth. at the Henry Watterson hotel. man, nnd would the community ut large. For the last conference. look after the affairs ty of high grade tobacco, it did not has sufficient authority under the law The stated purpose of the meeting is of the county in few years we have been urging Uxn The Sheppord-Kenyobill now pendpossible man weigh light, the crop was raised on the best We are authorized to announce the to make ks selection of great impor- to inaugurate amove to have candidates about 2J acres of ground, and JOOO the people of the town and county the ing in the U. S. Senate is of more vital ner. He is an upright, honorable gen following candidates for Democratic tance. Only those Democrats should for all county offices to be voted for at tleman and a true blue democrat. Put pounds of hign grade tobacco on this many advantages to be derived from n importance to the temperance interests Nomirations. be selected January 18th, toserve the November election and arrange the laski, heretofore a rock ribbed republi amount of ground is a splendid yield. "home market for home products" nnd 'of 'be country than any measure that be details of the contest. Mr. Lawill is as committeemen who can can stronghold, has undergone u politi Since this sale buyers from all over once before we have thought that our ha ever been attempted; it seeks to For State Senator. trusted to act honestly under all cir- an aggressive fighter and from his cal change of late, since the advent of the county have bven flocking into the efforts were going to be prolific of prohibit by National statute the cumstances for the best interest of the criticism against the two old parties, the progressives into the arena, and county seeking to buy tobacco. Scarceresults, only to see our hopes I'ing of liquor from u wet state into CLIFTON RODES ANDERSON. state and the party. Every democratic means to make a fight to win or lose. the democrats have not only hopes, but ly a day but one or more foreign buy- dashed to pieces through the ceaseless ' a dry territory, und in case such Of Boyle County. knockings of a few voter can serve his country and his He arraigned Billy Klair. democrat and a fighting chance to elect a ticket. who are shipment is made, to make it umeiinbl It ers are registered at the local hotels, deeply party by taking the necessary interest Mr. Garret, republican of the Kentucky may be laws of the state In which the interested in seeing that we DO j seeking high grade tobacco, and will-in- g that "Dick" Pettus may be For Representative. to secure such a committee. Rail Road commission for turning the come "Judge Pettus" with the ides Its passage and anxious to pay fancy prices if NOT get n home market. But this 'dry territory is located. of JOHN M. FARRA. people down in their effort to raise the November. thev can secure just the article of time the advantages have been so means that when a county becomes dry J. R. MOUNT. assessment of the corporations of the which they are in search. Garrard strikingly brought home to our people by local law, that it will be dry in We shall be glad to receive comstate, and accuses them of acting in county just now seems to be the Mecca that we do not believe that all the of. truth, there will be no shipments to munications from our patrons contain- favor of the special interests of the Democratic Committee Will Be Elected for oil seekers For County Judge. after the hign class forts of those who are interested to come in from "mall order houses across ing suggestions that may aid us in state. He raps the democratic party weed, and very few of them go away the contrary will be of any avail in the river" to counteract the good reCLAYTON A. ARNOLD. making th Record more useful to our for not giving the people the public January Eighteenth. ueiemng mem irom esiatuishing a sults, which but for absence of u law disappointed. JAMES A. BEAZLEY. readers. We likewise will appreciate utilities commission, and for not prohibiting these shipments, When the Curtis crop was sold it whs market. would any friendly criticism that will enable incorporating in Of course it is out of the question to have resulted from the local legislation. In adopting the rules that should thought surely the high water mark its program the For Sheriff. us to steer clear of the pit falls that initiative, referendum and the recall of govern the party, the last Democratic was reached, but Buch was not the think of establishing n market here It would mean the putting on of the we may be near. C. A. ROBINSON. unworthy public officials. The Pro- state convention at Louisville, decided case, on an adjoining farm, raised this year, but the mnttor will be taken severest restrictions ever placed Uon We will publish such signed articles gressive party has been ASHBY ARNOLD. strong in this that new committeemen should be elect' upon identically the same class of up, the ground thoroughly gone over, the liquor traffic, and would be by fur as are sent to us that we think will be county and the meeting in Louisville on eu Dy mo party in eacn precinct in ground, W. L. LAWSON. is the crop of Mr. Ben L. every phase of the question carefully the greutest forward move ever accomhelpful to the community, and at the January 28th. will probably find a Kentucky, and Saturday, January 18th Kelly, who W. S. CARRIER. for many years has been studied, and we firmly believe1 that be plished in behalf of the cause of same time will not cause strife and ill number of enthusiastic Progressives 1913 was the day named. Democrats considered the prize tobacco grower in fore the time for marketing anothtr feelings among the people. It shall be from Garrard county in attendance. For County Attorney. of each precinct are called to meet at the state, his product usually topping crop of Garrard county tobacco, that a The bill has been tending for some our endeavor to build up and not tear their voting place at 2 o'clock P. M. the market at the Lexington breoks, market will be established AT HOME, time, and has like all temorance legisG. B. SWINEBROAD. down, help and not injure the people standard time on that day, to be presided where he has been accustomed to mar- and one of such comfortable propor- lation, been stubbornly fought, CLAY WALKER. GREEN has on of the county. In sending us these i over by the present committeemen of ket it, and so well is Mr. Kelly's repu- tions as to be able to accommodate the been hung up with committees, placed communications please remember that the precinct, and the majority of the tation established as one of the best entire output of the county. The marriage Saturday morning at on the "deferred list", and every For Jailer. we must exercise our own judgment in 10:30 o'clock of Miss Norma Elmore, voters present will name the commit growers and handlers in the state, that obstacle placed in the way or its JACK ADAMS. what should be published, and if your of this city and Mr. Robert Dunlap tee to serve the party until another the leading buyers await anxiously the National Conference Of Temperence Work passage, but its authors and friends DAVE ROSS. article is not seen in our columns it is Blanton of Athol, Ky., occured at the state convention directs a have kept it ever In view, and like arrival of his offering on the market. not because we necessarily believe it home of the brides parents Mr. and tion. In the event of a present vncan But this year, the tension grow too "truth, crushed to earth", it would ers Meeting Held In Washington unfit to publish, but we may think it Mrs. for Assessor. J. W. Elmore. Elder F. M. Tin-d- cy in the precinct committee it is the great, after the Curtis crop was sold rise again, until now the prospects seem unwise at the time to bring about such duty of the chairman ot the county and the rex)rt went ubroud as to Jtn D. C. Gives Promise Of performing the ceremony. DAVE C. SANDERS. very bright for its early passage. May discussion as the article would necesAccording to the wish of the bride committee to name a democrat of the superior quality, buyers began to drop E. B. RAY God sieed the duy. sarily raise. If your first article is the wedding was a quiet affair; the in- precinct to preside. Splendid Considerable in in on Mr. Kelly almost daily with Results. J. B. COLLIER. not published write us again. The W. L. HUFFMAN. vitations were verbal the assembled lerest is being taken over the stute in tempting offers for his crop, until one Let Jesse Alverson Beware. second communication might be on guests numbering about 50 relatives the selection of the new committee on party on last Saturday offered him the At the National Conference of Temsome subject we would be glad to have and account of the numerous candidates and handsome price of 32) CENTS PER perance Workers held in Washington For School SuperinteBJant. friends. The handsome apartOur young friend, Jesse M. Alverson. and be highly beneflcinl to the public. ments were decorated in the holiday applicants for office. POUND IN HIS BARN, which offer 1). C. on Dec. 10. 17 and 18th. there of l.nwrenteburg, has been sued for .MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. colors, red and green and a background was accepted and the crop will be was present 360 members of the Anti one hundred thousand dollars damaires. Senator Joseph Bailey of Texas of vines, palms and other foliage indi- Parcel Poet Pointers For Practical People marketed over the Richmond breaks. Saloon League from 83 states and In Jesse said some thingsedlitorially which For Magistrate. This does not mean that he is to have addition to these there were many the County Judge and County Attorney retires from the U. S. Senate by cated the position of the bridal party. Jst District. voluntary resignation, disappointed and Misses Lydia and Mary Elmore young uruinary stamps are not good on this price for so many pounds and bo delegates from other organizations of Anderson did not like. They have JOHN N. WHITE. disgruntled. He entered congress from sisters of the bride served aa atten- parcel post, nor are parcel post stamps many more at a smaller figure, or "so throughout the country who have for taken advantage of his lack of caution WALTON E. MOSS. many pounds off", but 32J cents per their object the furtherance of th about letting everybody Texan about twenty years ago and soon dants, attired in white and preceded on other mail matter like letters. know his SHIPT0N1L ESTES. ciiner Kinu ol mail with the wrong pound for his entire crop at his barn, temperance cause, most notable among financial standing and demanded it part demonstrated his superior intellectual the contracting couple. A musical proDAVIS SUTTON. stamps will be treated as if it had no the purchaser to bear the expenso of whom were many representatives of of what Jesse has made since moving attainments. Ho was the idol of his gram arranged by Miss Letty Mae was prepared for the happy stamps on it and you will be the loser, marketing it. 2nd District the W. C. T. U. The representatives into Anderson County somo two years party and a trusted leader. He soon You cant mail explosives, pistols, These prices establish beyond the were from muny walks of life and in- ago- CHARLES C. BECKER. forsook the people and became the occasion, the numbers including WagTAYLOR T. BURDETT. privileged ner's "Evening Star" "Often The dynamite, whisky nor imfernial ma possibility of contradiction the fact cluded in their numbers ministers, lawThere ought to be u lesson in Jesse representative of the that we have the ground and that we yers, physicians, manufacturers, und Alverson's sad fate to every wealthy LOGAN ISON. interest in Congress- - He has often Stilly Night" "My Marguerite" was chines. Salted meats, dried, smoked or other have the growers, the ground most ad men from almost every calling, all bent newspaper man. And that is, to received the severest criticism by , his rendered by Mrs. John M. Mount and conceal party associate, and was unable to Lohengrin's wedding march and, sever- wise cured may be shipped regardless mirably adapted to the raising of the upon making war uwn the common as much us possible his material The party primary law enacted by retain the confidence of his constituents, al piano selections were skilfully exe- of distance but fresh meats may be very highest grade of hurley tobacco, enemy, rum. The conference was d prosperity. Before he went to Ander- and the men best acquainted with the ut the suggestion of the Senators sou County Jesse Alverson was the last General Assembly may not be and leave his place in the Senate with cuted by Miss McRoberts among them shipped only within the first zone. u softly modulated harmony throughEggs as well as butter are mailable best methoJs of handling the crop. and Congressmnn and the leaders in perfect in all its r rovlsions. We note little regret from any source. It is Clerk of the State Senate and some duagcnied changes that if made said that he has amassed a large fortune out the minister's beautiful marriage when so packed as to prevent damage from planting to stripping, and of pre the cause of temperance; They visit- was not generally known to be u to other mail matter. ed the halls of congress und urged upon wealthy man. Hu had paring it for market so that it will ..vould probably be very acceptable. during hia stay in Wojthiogton, but we ceremony. lived nnd worked The bride, never moru lovely (ban Live queen bees are mailable if they to the very best ossible advan- the members, both of the upper and und spurred for .oliticul However, far from being perfect, this venture the suggestion that it all position over law removed so many obnoxious would not repay him for the loss ol on ner nupuai morn, was uresseu n a are boxed so they wont sting the mail tage and command the best market lower houses, their eluims upon their In Shelton Suulley's town of Stunford traveling man. nominating candidates that ex- standing god confidence of his fellows. beautiful blue tailor-mad- e price. support for the pussuge of the of und was pretty well known among the suit with becoming hat and other apAll packages must bp securely wrap All these things wo have, and yet isted under the eommitteo regime, that bill, now pending. They big Mlticians. But that he wus a propriate accessories, while the groom ped so they will do no damage to other are we dependent upon other counties were received with uniform kindness magnute, we are not disposed to make uny loud a bloated bondholder u protest. We can still welcome uny it was announced through the col wore the conventional attire befitting mail matter or to men handling them. to furnish us a market for our finished and consideration, and felt very much mulefuctor of great wealth, was not All sharp points must be protected, product, thus vitiating by almost one encouraged with the promises of sup- known until the change In the primary l that wil. umns of .the daily press last week that a morning affair. After the marriage, Mr. Blanton and fragile articles and those containing half the good result of our favorable port, which it is believed will result In! County whoge officials of Anderspn Wilson had tendered further abridge the authority of the President-elec- t feeliiiL's he had ini.ir..,!m portfolio of the Secretary of State bride left fgr Eastern Kentucky wher.e glass must bo so labeled. Perishable condition and hard Jabor, and alowng Mo uitlmute puswigo of the b II. Noth .1 committee in influencing party nomina- the 11 ,or BU,y uijurleH tlo a vast amount of the profits to fall Ing was left pndope. no stone left un- sum of one hundred thousond princely tions. Party organization is so closely Jo Hon. William J. Bryan, and that Ui (Ur. Jjlanton l a jpemer of the firm articles must be marked perishable. dollars, Packages on the rural routes will be into the coffers of our more progressive turned, no word unsaid, thut it was If they get a associated with all departments latter had accepted, and there won of Blanton, Musou and Jlungtr, enof, verdict in the courts it ,. . ,1... w Ik.1 great rt'joicing among the friends and gaged jn railroad construction. Among .delayed if ypu fail to put on enough neighbors. thought would assist In creating a sen will wipe out every cent of Jesse's government at Washington that nomi- admirers, whose names are legion, of the out of town guests were Mr. arjd postage, but extra postage will be colHowever, the awakening is at hand, timent in una assist in the passage of profits for ut least u yeur und muybo How Mrs. Gllkerson, of Lexington, Mrs. lected from the recipient. are of little less importance the distinguished Nebraskan. nations our people are rapiuiy coming to a the measure. for a year and u half. And if ho Lancaster zone extends for fifty realization f of tljo rare opiwrtunity than the final lection, for from ilw ever, the announcement .was both pre Lowry Baird and Miss Iva Baird, of They had the pleasure of hearing de- escuposwith a whole skin let him and incorrect, um Mr. Wilson Shelby ville, Miss Ida Blanton, and Mr. miles in a circle. Such towns as Dan- which they have been allowing to es bate upon the measure in which they bewure party nominee of some party the hereafter how hu carelessly no J.rss Cobb and daughter Miss Lillian of ville, Harrodsburg, Stanford, Lexing- cape them, and talk of the establish- were so deeply interested, und listened permits his lie servant is generally select. The has since announced that there prosperity to become public ton, Frankfort, Nichqlasville, public demand, that the nominee fell all be man in the United States who as yet Richmond. ment of a homo market is heard on to speeches in its behalf f rom eonitress- - prop-rt- y. Between suits for libel Several prenyptial affairs were given Lebanon etc, are jn our 1st, every hand. Men who have heretofore men and senators, many of the advo- clashes the choice of a majority of the party knows a single member of his cabinet, with the back tux is as good principle of government and that he had not oa yet offered a .the briiLi flqct, Mrs. John E. Stormes taken little Interest in the matter cates ot the bjll being umong the most stands a chance of losing collector ho his entire Louisville and Cincinnati are in our havo become interested, have at last prominent members of the twp houses. with us, as that the officer elected shall single portfolio to anyone. He further entertained at haidsono buffet lunch fortune if not the excoilent renutatlon have the votes of a majority in the . announced that he had as yet reached eon, and a 6 o'clock dinner was given by 2nd, zone the rate Is therefore higher awakened from their Rip Van Winkle A Department of Leu station ). he had before onterhig the newspaper final election. Before the present pri- - no definite conclusions as to tlu pi wis the bride's parents Mr, and Mrs. J. W. and we cannot, ship perishable Btulf to lethargy, and have come to realize that hnnn na.tt.l!l....l l IIP... .1.1 ... 'i"gvon, wnuti and political field In Anderson Coun.. I tjlOit) cities. Elmore. Uiury law most nominations were the for an extra session of congres. a splendid investment for them, and a U ably equipped, making t possible ton Ueruld. The Central Record handiwork of the party committee, nnd the selections were not always of the best material for the offices, nor did their selections always reflect the wishes of a majority of the party, but with this committee of politicians the ends usually justified the means. The acts of the committee wern not controlled by law nor influenced by an oath. Factions and disruptions of the party in this county and other places in the state came almost universally from some unbearable wrong committed by the party committee. While a repetition of these conditions are rendered almost impossible by the primary law, the party committee still has considerable power. We may mention, that in case of a vacancy in a nomination after the primary is held on the first Saturday in August, will be filled under the direction of the committee, officers of the election who are to poll and count the vote are named through the committee. The Democratic party will soon be in full authority at Washington, as it is now in the state. Its op Major Foxhall A. Dangerfield Distinguish The Newspaper A Benefactor. ALL RECORDS BROKEN. as-si- n ' ship-goo- d Elmore-BIant- pos-sib- er cal-le- up-pe- ar fea-tor- g, toJty.-LexInu- S 10 JIB. Vr'o CarJ Of Thanb. County Co-- jI Dajrs. A Treatment FOR BALD HE&B. That Pursley's g Mi 3 The Morth Cow Bov. Herts I desire to extend our unstinted Lancaster. Garrard county, fourth nnd heartfelt thanks to the host of Monday. Tho littlo son of Mr. Thotnai Tann friends who were so kind to us during second Stanford, Lincoln county, It suffering with pneumonia. thr recent Illness nnd death of our moth- Monduy, Luecne Folirer Is sncndlne a few davs er. We wish It were os8ible to thank Paris, Bourbon county, first Monday. with his grand parents Mr. and Mrs C. each and everyone of them Individually, Richmond, Madison county, first M. Moberly. but as that is imKssi!le we adopt this Monday. second Carlisle, Nicholns county, Mr. 0. G. I'reston Doucht some method. Miss Eliza Lunsford and sisters. Mnnday, Blunts oflGeorge Newton Ray at four dollars n head. Mrs. A. F. Moberly of Coireyville, Kansas, and Mrs. llertha Amon are Lancaster Readers Can No Longer visiting Mrs. C. Mobcrly. ' The Evidence. QUESTION CLEARED UP. Doubt Co;ti Fails. Nothing If It owimissioner s Sale of Land. UAURAltD CIRCUIT CoUKT. Composed of Roots, Herbs, und Uarks, fur all Blood Diseases, Rheumatism,Kidney Liver, Stomach,Ner-vousnes- KtlUKKYK. s Miss Leota Ray is visiting in Frank We want you to try three large bot ties of Rexnll "OH" Hair Tnnie on our personnl guarantee that tl trinl will not cost you n penny if it docs not give you nbsolutc satisfaction. That proof in this remedy, and it Lexington, Fayette' county, second of our faith should indisputably demonstrate that Monday. we know what wc are talking about Georgetown, Scott county, third when we say that Rexall "93" Hair Monday. Tonic will retard baldness, overcome Danville, Boyle county, third Monscalp and hair ailments, and if any day, human agency can accomplish this re- ML Sterling, Montgomery county, I'aullne Carter, Plaintiff. vs David M. Carter, etal., Defendants. Pursuant to n Judgment rendered hern In at the November Term 1912, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court Houie door in Lancaster, Ky at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts on MONDAY, JANUARY 27th, 1013. it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, to wit:- Said land is located in Garrard County, Ky., and was purchased by J. B. Carter from Charley Halcomb nnd his wife Lena Halcomb and Sam Eaton and his wife Jennie Eaton, and Is liounded on the north by the lands of D. L. Gabbard, on the West by tho lands of said Gabbard, on the South by the lands of F. M. Carter's heirs nnd Isiaah Metcalf and on the East by the Halcomb land, nnd containing nine acres more or less and is known as the oil well tract. The purpose of the sale is to sell the land which is jointly held and owned by the parties and divide the proceeds between the parties entitled to receive the same. TERMS . .....lit f .! Tho coin ...III , six months and the purchaser will le irijuucu vo execute Donu wun approveu security for the purchase price due in six months bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court and u lien will be reserved Uwn the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. W. II. BROWN, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court. L. L. Walker, Att'y. and L?JIM!IHHHH DAKOTA JACK, Western J male Diseases. Fe- fort. Mr. Jess Hill who has been is convalescing. very ill 45 DAYS TREATMENT FOR $1.00. Dckota Jack's Cow Boy Stings for all Liniment SprainsI'nin. Deafness, Hums. Bottle. Etc. 25cls per 5 , CREME SOAP. For all the people all the time. Shaving, Shampooing, Uath. 2 I lOcts a Cake, 3 Cakes for 25cts. All or. sale at J. E. Stormes, R. E. McRoberts Son, Lancaster, Ky., and Henry Kuhlman & & Miss Alline Curtis Is visiting her aunt Mrs. J. S. Gilbert. Mrs. Ollie Bogle is visiting her par ent Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Noel. Miss Oslo Snyder has returned to her home after a visit to Miss Stella Ray, Miss Maud Scrivncr from Madison Co. is the guest of Mrs. Andrew Hogie. Mr. A. C. Miles visited Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Dean at llryantsviile last week. Miss I,ena Schooler, from Kirksville visined her sister Mrs. Jasper Noel last week. Son, Lowell, Ky. .The Sunday School adjourned last Sunday to meet ugain the first Sunday tes. in April. Remember the name take no other. Rev. Summers of Georgetown will preach Again and again wc hnve read of strangers in distant towns who have been cured by this or that medicine. But Lancaster's pertinent question has always been "Has anyono here in Lancaster been cured? The word of a stranger living a hundred miles away may be true, but cannot have the same weight with us ns the word of our own citizens, whom we know and respect, und whose evidence we can so easily prove. I. D. Austin, blacksmith, Stanford Pike, Lancaster. Ky., says: "1 can recommend Doan's Kidney Pills for they did me a lot of good. I had weak kidneys nnd the kidney secretions were irregular in passage. My back pained me. The use of. Doan's Kidney Pills strengthened me in every way." Price GO cts. For sale by all dealers. Buffalo, New Co., York, sole ngents for the United StaFostcr-Milburn -- third Monday. Nichrlasvllle, Monday. Jessamine county, third Winchester, Clark county, fourth Monday. Versailles, Woodford county, fourth Cynthiana, Harrison county, lourth Monday. first Frankfort, Franklin county, Monday. Ice Plant To Be Established In In The Early Spring Want To Be A Lancaster Felt Long milt, it may also be relied upon to pro mote a new growth of hair. Remember we are basing our statements upon what has already been by the use of Rexall "93" Hair Tonic, and we have the right to ussume that what it has done for thousands of others it will do for you. In any event you cannot lose anything by giving it a trial on our liberal guarantee. Two sizes. 60c. nnd $1.00. Remember, vou can obtain Rexall Remedies in this community only at our store The Rexall Store. ECONOMY IN Supplied. GROUND GRAIN Doon's-and here the second Sunday in S U. V. HUDSON. I'reid..nt. okgaxizhd OF LANCASTER. J. S. JOHNSON. i.v.sj. Vice l'rent. January. Mr. R. T. Burton from Bryantsville vitdted his mother, Mrs. Mary Hurton last week. liHYANTNVlljLE Mrs, Nathan Noe has been quite ill. We Citizens National Bank KY. 5 K CAPITAL tso.ooo. W. O. I'IGNKY, SURPLUS $40,000. W F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. . J. J. WaIJCF.K, H Au't Caah'r. Jr., book-Keepe- r. .BuHinoHH Solicited. B. F. Hudson. Prompt Attention J. S. Johnson. Walker, T. M. Arnold, S. L. Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold. Directors. Mrs. David Rankin and children are Mrs. Ed Simnson entertained the visiting relative? at Monticello. embroidery Club very pleasantly ThursMrs. Fain of Jessamine, has been day evening. visiting her niece, Mrs. W. B. Mr. G. N. Miles has returned to Nicholusville after a visit to his brother Messrs. R. I. Burton and Walter A. C. Miles. Davis, attended court at Richmond Mr. and Mrs. Ed Arnold have returned Monday. home ufter a visit to relatives at Mrs. Levi Norris has returned from Ilrvnntaville. a visit to Mrs. Cronley Jroaddus, at A. C. Miles bought of Josiah Buckeye. McCullouph two steer calves, twenty Mr. Bedell Chancellor, of Stanford, dollars each. guest of Mrs. Eliza II. was Hal-com- the recent The Blue Grass Dairy & Ice Co. with a paid up capital stock of $10,000 has been incorporated for the purpose of erecting and conducting an ice plant and creamery in Lancaster. Mr. H. V. Iisstin is President and will be tho General Manager of the new industry. The new plant is to bu erected in the rear and immediately adjoining the present creamery on Hamilton Avenue near Richmond street. The contract has already been let und the plant is to be completed by March 15th, unless inclement weather should delay it, and at any rate, not later than April 1st. The plant will have t capacity of 7J tons per day, and it is the intention of the new concern to supply Garrard county with good pure ice at all times. The dairy herd of Mr. Bastin will still be maintained and his dairy and creamery business will not be interfered with by the new industry. Mr. Bastin will also increase the ice cream output to 200 gallons per day. Mr. Bastin has alas associated with him Mr. Joseph S. Haselden, and they will install a complete bottling works Enables Animal to Take Food Into Stomach In State of Ready and Thorough Digestion. (By ft. Q. WEATI ! ER8T0NE.) Whero food Is ground before being fed, we are sure that tho animal takes tho food Into Its body In a state which will admit of a ready and thorough digestion and assimilation, whlln whole-grairations often are but slightly chewed, swallowed and pass through the animal In that unchanged form. This means not only a great waBte of food, but also that It furnishes very little nutrition for the upbuilding of bono and muscular tissue. A soon pays for Itself, especially in tho winter, by avoiding any waste n feed-grind- Commissioner's Sale Of Land. Garrard Circuit Court. William Rutlege Adm'r. of Sallie &c- Rut-leg- e Plaintiffs, vs Dovie Graham &c- Defendants. Pursuant to a judgement rendered herein at the November Term 1912. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at Public auction before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts on Feed Grinder. MONDAY, JANUARY 27th 1913 BURLEY TOBACCO COMPANY. Loose Leaf Warehouse AT LEXINGTON KENTUCKY. Plenty of floor space, 608 feet by 1 20 feet. Plenty of shed room for wagons. Box stalls for your horses. All modern conveniences. Highest price for your tobacco. Come to see us. J. D. CLARK, Manager Courier Journal -- AT- Dickerson, of Lancaster visited her aunt. Mrs. M. C. Mrs. Jennie Uroadus was the guest Kennedy last week. of Mrs. Wm. Lear at Lancaster a few The Bank of Bryantsville declared its days last week. This dividend last week. Miss Bessie Ray Sanders from Madison institution is in quite a prosperous con and dition. Co. has been visiting friends relatives here. Miss Allie Dunn, a member of the Miss Onie Kurtz has returned to her faculty of the College of Boivar, home at Harrodsburg after a visit to Tenn. has been a recent guest of Mrs. Mrs. Hugh Kurtz. S. L. Burke. Rev. Godbey pastor of the Metho Miss Edna Berkele has returned to dist church preached an excellent ser- Hamilton College, Lexington, after mon here Sunday. spending the "Holidays" with Miss Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon attended Pattie Belle Burke. the funeral of the formers grand-fathe"Li Grippe" still continues quite W. E. Amon at Stanford Friday. In alprevalent in this community. Mr. and Mrs, Forest Curtis and most every household, sorno member of children from Mt. Hebron spent the the family is a victim. holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray. The subject of Dr. E. IL Pearce's Mrs. Cecil ilroaddus has returned discourse at his next regular appoint home from Madison after a visit to ment on third Sunday, January 19th. her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Hen- - will be"Better New York". dren. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Moss are receivMr. and Mrs. Lilian! Miles have ing congratulations upon the birth of n returned to Lexington, after spending duughter, Saturday. The dainty little the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miss has been named Maxine. Miles. Mr. Garrison, representing Stivers Miss Pearl Dickerson and brother Tobacco Warehouse of Lexington, was Wesley Ilrown have returned to Lan here last week and bought a number of caster after a visit to their aunt Mrs. crops from different farmers. Prices G. W. Ilrown from 13 to 16 cts. There has been many changes in our Mrs. Lemuel Teater was hostess at a community during the past week, and "Watch Party" Tuesday night. Quite we extend to our new neighbors a cor a number were present and a very enDelightdial welcome. joyable evening was spent. ful refreshments were served. Among those who entertained at well TRY SOLACE AT OUR EXPENSE appointed dinners last week were, Mrs. Money Back for any case of R. K. Swopc and Mrs. Cobb on Wednesday, Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Davis, Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache that Thursday, Mrs. Bint Halcomb. Friday in Mrs. Prentis Walker and children Ballard and family. hnve returned after u visit to relatives Little Miss LaVerne for the bottling of carbonated waters. The bottling plant will be adjacent to the creamery and ice plant and those industries will supply the water and power to operate the bottling plant. This will be one of the few bottling plants in Kentucky to make use of distilled water in the manufacture of its products, which insures its purity. Mr. Bastin shows the progressive spirit which is so essential and goes so far toward the building of a live town. In the erection of an ice plant he will meet a long felt want for the people of the town and county, a want that it has been felt heretofore could not be made a success because of the inadequate water supply, but Mr. Bastin after having made a long and careful study of the situation, has decided to install a plant, making ice by what is known as the "absorbtion plan", a process which Mr. Bastin assures us will at all times insure a sufficient quantity of pure ice to supply the demands of the county, and too with the water supply now obtainable. We predict for Mr. Bastin success for his undertaking from the very beginning and gladly welcome the new industry to Lancaster. 'Mr. Bastin has had considerable experience in nursing new industries into paying investments. Some years in a modest way, he began the manufacture of ice cream in Lancaster, his business thrived, and his trade at first confined to the town, grew until he now supplies not only the entire county, but ships his product to many Lancaster. semi-annu- r, of grain and In promoting good health and rapid development among tho live stock. Companies using a large number of horBcs have found chopped and ground feeding both'better and more economical. Corn, oats and other grains as rations for horses are used ground, and mixing the ground grain with moistened, chopped hay has proved to bo a more economical stable regimen than feeding whole grain and uncut hay and roughage. Chopped stovor and all ground grain minimize the labor of mastication and assist easy assimilation of food nutrients. While it may not be always practical on tho farm to provide chopped rations for horses, better results will be achieved by feeding grain rations, with but little hay at tho noon meal and watering the animals before the midday meal. The same. r uso of a will pay big, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows, to wit:-I- n Garrard County, Kentucky, on the Buena Vista Turnpike and dounded as follows;- Beginning at a stake in the creek;- - thence N 89 E 51. 72 poles to a stake in said line, thence N 84-- J W IG.04 poles to a white oak formerly, now a stump, near a spring;-thenc- e N 2 poles to a stake;- - thence W 2 poles to a branch;- - thence down the same with its meanders to the beginning, containing 17 acres. From this tract of 17 acres is to be deducted about one acre being on the south side of the Bryantsville and Cane Run Turnpike road, it being all of the Innd of the above described tract lying on the south side of the pike. The purpose of the sale is to settle the estate of Sallie Rutlege and divide the proceeds between the heirs at law, and the parties entitled to receive 7-7-- si ,4 PROPER CULTURE OF CLOVER Best Results Have Been Obtained on Black, Sandy Loam Killing Danger la In Spring. points throughout this part of the state, and it has assumed such ns to necessitate the almost doubling of his capacity as to that particular commodity. MODERN Solace Fails To Remote. HALF PRICE For 1913. ONLV $3.00 A YEAR. Let us send In your subscription. R. E. McRoberts Qrlinof T & At VAHrnlltr Son, THE NATIONAL BANK OF I.ANCASTER. ' Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. A. K. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. J. L. GiLL, R. T. Emuky, Ass't Cashier. Iiook-Keepe- r. 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A number of guests from a distance were present whose names will be given next week, when a more detailed account of the affair will be published. NEWSPAPER IS ENCYCLOPEDIA Every Member of a Family Can Find Something of Interest In Its Columns. The modern newspaper is an encyclopedia of facts for every citizen of the community. The wholesale merchant in the city or town picks up the market page and he knows the ruling The prices in the products ho sells. farmer examines the same page und he finds what hogs are worth, what his sheep and cattle will sell for and what his tobacco will bring. The busy housewife or growing girl looks at the advertising pages of the paper and reads all about the bargains at the dry goods were uvwl from cholera and other dbciKa stores, grocery stores and the prices of during the bot weather by the um of the thousand and one commodities that she needs. The farmer, if he is interested in his farm und wonts to make money in it and through it, studies the furm inforTat trut.it CMtra frawatlv Kaon mation that is given in his newspaper and if he reads that faithfully he gets Iks caJ.F. but dua't but ifculf until thT k I all the practical information that he tivr, Ctiv it to ihem pgw nil 11 wun iimmj from the best farm jourcould secure ft rvguUbr Um ut tint bowU, du " 'W infect liurtn. nal. cfcUra and other rrnu which gt Into Im When there is war in the Balkans wun nm iuoa or ami. Fields seeds ut wholesale prices A OmhStno Powdmr and the Bulgarians and Greeks and toe PMsitrjf tn pack and anotti? fur fca Servians start in to drive the Turks direct to the consumer. I huve n Hartal tan, can't ary up. m tmurth or auuJ Ilk othr anJ from Europe, every American eagerly full line of choice Held .seeds nnd cuU tut roof. It U all dukUcim aal iruarautvJ too. follows the courses of t'he war. When can save you money on your WinMow to TmH there is an earthquake and fire in San ter nnd Spring supply. Written to b uaJvritooJ and riven fr to !lv tuck owners, our W page UliuUUd bowk, by our Francisco every Kentuckian wants to oneultifif Veterinarian, ehowiiur hw to know and Write me for price list and samhwinf itow to cur diteaeo in llonee. Cattle. know what Is happening to his fellow Sheep. 3wm and tWtry, together wttk vr l Neimedloe. UtcludliUX American. There is no event in the ples. nesomnne Our gatranUol r.io-J-y for King llooM, Spevloa great world that does not interest him. SilioL r mj buoy cdIajkmimdu. Now tho only way he can keep up with THE ROYAL DISTRIBUTING CO. (Inc.) altlm.r.. MiU, U.S. A. the march of events is by taking and is y HsaHBsai reading a newspaper. offering u The Ixington Herald is C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky, mall rate of $5.00 per year which rate Agents wanted in other towns. will be in force until January 15, 1913. Lexington, g My best results In clover growing havo been on a black. Bandy loam. So far I havo grown exclusively the medium or common red clover, says a writer In the New England Homestead. I usually sow from eight to twelvo pounds per aero on a seed bed. I prefer sowing with a nurse crop. Wheat and barley both have been tried for this purpose. I prefer barley, as It does not form a dense shade for tho young such clover plants when they are starting. The crop of clover grows rapidly, and cutting begins about July 4 in this locality, and sometimes a littlo earlier In the fields where clover Is without any other grasses, and sometimes a little later If timothy and 1 8ucceed when everything else faO. clover are mixed. Clover Is not grown to any great exin nervous prostration and lemale weaknesses they are the supreme tent In this locality. The past two remedy, as thousands have testified. seasons have not been the best to FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND secure a stand. The real danger of clover-kllllnSTOMACH TROUiLE comes In the spring. it Is the best medicine ever (old When It freezes and thawB out, and over a druggist's counter. the ground heaves the plants are torn loose and die. Whenever the Bnow collects It comes In fine Bhape In the spring. With tho continued cultivation of this soil and with a large amount of manuro worked Into the DOLLARS MILLIONS OF soil will como better clover-raisinIn every year to poultry and hog tbia part of the stato. raisers. Lost year thoui&ndi of TERMS. The sule will be made on u credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price due in six months bearing six per cent interest per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgement upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court nnd a lien will be' reserved upon the property sold until all purchase money is paid. W. II. BROWN. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court. R. II. Tomlinson, Atty. j. Electric Bitters c holera Posts V Hogs and Poultry Field Seeds W, Bush work-ln- y 1 uptO-uaU- e Nelson, Seedman. rr Kentucky. r. r ft . mi (i tun f 1irrrm-rw,- n ww n itt m ymi ....... . ., "t, MHn.VVia'fo Hyilvv'V' '?m9T"l''l l f - I CARDS. - Try a sack of our -- - - - AAA A AAA A M. BOURNE Auctioneer. Phone 35 Good Service. GlenLilyFlour Its always good, clean and wholesome. We sell the COAL at lowest prices. Try a load. ' ' Prices Right. Lancaster, - Kentucky. H. J. TINSLEY, Surveyor. .W-J. A CouiitvJ lidNf . .i w Lr. it. L. I'ontius.) Surgeon and Dentist. Office OFFICIAL PARCEL P08T MAP. This map It for uie only In unit No. 1071, In which the city of Washington It located. Numbered squares represent units of area; circles Indicate boundaries of xonet. Oarrard IWillin" Co at Ralney's -- Lancaster. - -- Livery Stable. Kentucky FUG RATES OF POSTAGE RATES Parcels weighing four ounces or less are COME! COMEI Who So Ever Will. Come and Rot SHAVED at the NEAT and CLEAN Shop on Richmond street. M The Old Reliable Barber. HENRY DUNCAN It Office .ia to 1J. Hour. 1 p.m. to Offlce 4. oier Stormei' Prnj? Store 33- Phone F. "Walter. DENTIST. 65. Lancaster, Ky. B. W. Morrow, Graduate Opticiat Uluiei Fitted. Satlitactlou Guaranteed. Oakdale Herd Of Registered Durocs Royal blood and splendid individuality. A few bred gilts and 1 boars for sale. J. F. ROBINSON, Lancaster, Ky W. M. ELLIOTT, Physician and Surgeon. LANCASTER, KY. Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. All Work Guaranteed. Kentucky Paint Lick, M. K. Denny, HRJohn White - DENTIST Offlotorer Hurt A Ander.on'i. & Co. LOUISVILLE. KY.' Xstabllahed 1637 Mlgfceitiaarktlprlcsstld SJ.FURS mm I WOOL ceuiuiM nd HIDES. Reo I Estate and Auctioneer. IF YOU WANT TO I will give you See Me rock-botto- ( Sell Buy a Farm, Sell a Farm, at Auction prices on Wire. 60 Choice Farms. the Live tr Touch W. T. KING, Phone 339-LANCASTER, KENTUCKY y.rbilpiW.aj Will. UHUtllXI, IT. Otitrtlirun.HUu.Wdd V. mckt ii M tow num. ll JXX l r SJk W "3rfjLBJ "$K VTV r FURS V V1 of one cent for each ounce or fraction of an distance. Parcels weighing more than four UNDER PARCEL at the pound rate, as shown by the following table, and when mailed for scales. at this rate any fraction of a pound is considered a full pound. Rate on Seeds Not Affected. SYSTEM It should bo said that the act of 3d 2d 1st zone 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th congress which putt a parrel post plan Wt. Local Zone zone zone zone zone zone zone zone Into operation does not In any way Lbs. rate. rate. rate. rate, rate rate rate rate rate nncci inn posuigo rate on sceas, cutroots, Government Goes Into Business 1..-S0.$0.05 S0.06 $0.07 $0.08 $0.09 $0.10 $0.11 $0.12 tings, bulbs, section scions and plants 482 of the postal ns fixed by of Transmitting Merchandise .08 .10 .12 .06 .14 .16 .19' .21 .24 laws and regulations. The classification of articles mall-abl- e Through the Mails. .11 .07 .17 .14 .20 .23 .31 .28 .36 as well as tho weight limit, the .18 .22 .14 .08 .26 .41 .30 .37 .48 rates of postage, zone or zones and .22 .09 .27 .17 J32 .37 .51 .46 .60 other conditions of mallablllty under NEW LAW FULLY EXPLAINED '.10 .20 .32 .26 .38 .44 .61 .55 .72 ' the act of congress. If the postmaster general shall find un experience "that .11 .37 .23 !64 .51 .30 .44 .71 .84 they or any of theiu ore such as to Country Divided Into Zones and .42 .26 .34 .12 .50 .58 .81 .73 .96 prevent the shipment of articles deUnits for Purpose of Fixing Charges .29 .38 .47 .13 .56 .65 .91 .82 1.08 sirable, or p'lall permanently render for Carriage No Package Weighthe cost of the ssrrlce greater than .32 .14 .42 .52 .62 .91 .72 1.01 1.20 the receipts of U revenue therefrom, ing More Than Eleven Pounds Is 10... 11... .15 .35 .46 .57 .68 .79 1.00 1.11 1.32 he Is hereby authorized, subject to the Mailable Anything Properly Wrapconsent of the Interstate commerce ped Which Will Not Injure Other For a full explanation of the rates of postage in the First commission after Investigation, to reMall May Be Sent Zone see the Parcel Post Guide. form from time to time such classification, weight limit, rates, zone or B. CLARK. By EDWARD zones or conditions, in order to proWith the coming of tho Now Tear which tho zones are drawn. Tho er single package to be curried and mote the service to tho public or to the United States government will en- rates of postage aro fixed from the should charge In proportion Just what Insure the receipt of revenue from ter into a new field of enterprise unit in which the sending postofflce is it Joes now for one package of 11 tuch service adequate to pay the cost the transmittal of merchandise by situated, but the price to every place pounds weight. thereof." what Is known as the parcel post. In any zone Is Just the same. To ilEvery postmaster In the United memThrough many years For years there has been a demand lustrate, It will cost exactly the same States will have a parcel post map bers of tho house- anddifferent have senate for such a system of Inexpensive amount to send a parcel from Washlike tho one which Is here reproduced interested in promoting parcel transmittal of packages. The camps i ington to Erie, Pa., that It costs to except that the zono lines will bo been legislation. Among tho men most post of the parcel Bend it to Atlanta. Ga., because Erie shown with of favor and disfavor the unit of his postofflce. active In securing the legislation post scheme have been about equally nnd Atlanta with reference to Washas a center. All that a postmaster which soon is to go Into effect ns divided. Finally at the last session ington are situated in the fourth will have to do when a parcel Is prelaw art Ilourno of of congress a bin was passed which zone. Tho rates therefore are fixed sented for transportation Is to find Oregon. Senator Jonathan Representatives David J. will put the plan Into operation, but from tho unit in which tho postofflce out In what zone tho destination of r Maryland and William only It must be said In little more Is located, but they aro the samo tho package lies. His tablo will show Lewis of of New York, who has Just been than an experimental way. from that office to any point In any him Instantly the rato per pound from elected governor of that state. It is the Intention of Uncle Sam to one zone. the unit In which his postofflce lies To ascertain conditions surrounding move rather slowly In the parcel post It will be seen by refcrenco to the to the zone of the package's destinapost He wants to find how popu- table of rates of postage that It will tions, the price as has been explained the establishment of the parcel matter. system In places differing widely la much It will cost cost more per pound to send a pack-aglar It will be, how before, to every postofflce In any one climate and Industries. Postmasthe government, and whether there Is a long distance than It does to zono being the same. The parcel post BUe, General Hitchcock recently sumter to be a profit or loss at the end of send It a short distance. Tho rate In- will take nothing but fourth-clas- s mat- moned to Washington, to confer with each year. If it Is found that tho creases for a package weighing one ter. Printed matter Is still In thu the special parcel post committee, the plan is successful from the point of pound at tho rate of one cent for third-clasdesignation. Thcrcforo postmasters of five typical offices. view of the people, which means the each zone. No package weighing books cannot be 'sent by the parcel government also, the parcel post will more than 11 pounds can be sent un- post system. This the postofflce au- They are William H Davis. Pittsburg. Daniel T. Gerow, Jacksonville, be extended until finally it reaches der the new parcel post law. It thorities socm to think Is In a way Pa.; proportions which Its proponents should be said right here that on the unjust and may work a hardship. It Fla.; 51. H. Joster, Wilmington. Del : the E. M C. Qulmby, Suffolk. Vs.. and say they believe it Is destined to as- long hauls the parcel post may not may bo that In the future the law will Henry N. Hradley, Charlestown. W. sume. be able to compete with the express bo changed so as to Include all print- Va. Zone System Explained. companies, but that on shorter hauls ed matter. It seems to be certain that Confer With Postmasters. It Is no exaggeration to say that it can so compete. It was the ex- an attempt will be mado to bring The postmasters of the fire largest thousands upon thousands of Inquir- pressed desire of the legislators and about this change as speedily at posoffices In the country have already ies have been made of the postmaster of the postofflce officials that the par- sible. appeared before tho committee, so general as to Just what the parcel cel post system should be made of Mutt Bear Stamp. Pittsburg was represented as being a post will mean to the people. It was particular use to persons having farm Postmaster General Hitchcock has large first class offlce, though smaller law of congress establishing tho and factor- - products to transmit to the system which made provision for a customers. It Is probable that pro- ordered that postmasters be advised than any of tho greater five, and us tx being tha center of a tremendous mandivision of the country into zonea ducers must study the rates of post- that parcel post packages cannot which are to be age and the convenience of trans- accepted for mailing unless they bear ufacturing area. The postmaster of and Into 35,000 units post stamp and Pittsburg reported that the board of used "as centers In describing the cir- mittal and compare them with the a distinctive parcel cles which mark the boundaries of cost and convenience under present have attached to them the return card trade of that city has a special parcel distinctive toward the zones. There has been no clear methods before Individually a man cah of the sender. A series of of prepara- post committee, working bringing the consumer and producer understanding, apparently, of thW determine whether he Is to profit or stamps Is now in course zone system, but really It Is a very not by the change. Then there is an- tion for this class of mail as required nearer to each other by the new sysimplo matter. and by the law creating tho parcel post tem. He also Bald that many of the other thing to be considered Consignments of theso merchants are planning to have their accompanying map shows tho which only can be known definitely system. The Into sones from the when fuller regulations have been stamps will be ready for shipment to city deliveries made by parcel post. country divided Wilmington, Del., represented a unit in which Washington Is sit- mado to specify exactly what kind of all postofllces in ample time for tho uated, as the center. Accompanying things can bo sent by parcel post. It establishment of the now system on large farming and manufacturing dis trict, with Its mall connections close the map is a table showing the rate can bo said In a general way that any- New Year's day. The postoffico department has given with Philadelphia, one of the largest of postage per pound for parcels from thing can bo sent which Is properly Washington to places within all the wrapped and which will not Injure instruction to every postmaster In tho offices. Jacksonville Is the largest ofcountry to enlighten his patrons as zones. other mall matter with which it may much as possible on tho general sub- fice In Florida, and the outlet for all the mall of the state. It is peculiar Each unit contains an area thirty come in contact. ject of tho parcel post and especially in having a special Increase of force Now each unit Is a miles square. Copy Foreign Countries. stamps and In winter, tho tourist season, and the on the use of the special center from which tho zones are It is probable that the government the necessary attachment of tho re- postmaster said that it was expected drawn and so every unit In the countransportation turn card. The law requires that all that travelers would use the parcel try no matter where it Is situated will will adopt a meansof of merchandise fourth-clasits s kinds matter mailed a ier Jan- post extensively In sending home five have zones drawn from It Just exactly for certain those which have been parcel post packages of fruit. as Washington has them drawn from much like In parcel post countries uary 1, 1913, without be treated as and stamps attached shall Suffolk, Va.. and Charlestown, W. It. For Instance, take Keokuk. Ia.. adopted ; abroad. What the English call ham-- "Held for postage" matter. Parcel Va., are both very small second class which Is in a unit In the fifth zone. arrangements, prob- post packages will bo mailable only offices, one In tho basket-likr district. From that will be drawn circles ex- pors, letas those can with large truck Interests; the other actly as they are drawn from Wash- ably will be adopted, and the ordinary at postofllces, branch postofllces, separate from Btatlons, and far Inland In an orchard country, with tered and local named ington and they will bo numbered from bo kept It is believed that the such numbered stations as may be diversified farm products. Tho post Keokuk as number one. Just aB thoy mall matter finally adopted will al designated by the postmasters. masters of both offices reported great Washington as retaliations as are numbered from sending of eggs, butter, dress-cIt has been announced by Postmas- interest In tho parcel post, and said number one. Of cours. howpyer, low the poultry, live poultry, honey, fruit, ter General Hitchcock that nearly that they had continual inquiries re Zone Six will havo n different geocountry. scales will be required for use In garding Its scope. graphical position as related to Keo- and other products of thesingle pack-aglimit for a The parcel post syBtem which Is to go the From these postmasters the Comkuk than It has as related to Washmay work at first against any Into effect January 1st. He has ac- mittee was able to glean a great ington, but as the radluB of tho circles very extended use of the parcel post cordingly authorized the Issuance, of amount of valuable Information, drawn from Keokuk is the same which have Jength as the radius of the circles for some of tho articles more weight bids for that number. Two hundred which, added to that gained from the Washington, Keokuk's been named. Of course, In different of the largest postofllces and their rent hearings In Maryland, puts It drawn from if it is sent Zono Six will bo Just aB far from Its can he sent tint cost In that case branches will bo supplied with auto- In position to plan the details of the parcels, but matic sprlngless scolos. The next Btituu to the greatest advantage of Zone Six is. center as Washington's the in- class of offices, numbering about would be heavier because How Rates Arc Fixed. the producing farmer. per pound on a single package wll be given high grade, beam It can be seen from this readily crease great up to 11 pounds, and Is not scale, while tho four class offices, Give Him Time. enough that the postal raten from Increase at no great- numbering about 65,000, will be furIt "You're a pretty old man to be Washington to its particular zone will probably If would the government were to nished with the best spring balances rate said the lady to the man at the bo the same as the postal rates from er limit of weight which Is now obtainable, each having a capacity for back door. Keokuk to Us particular zones. Kach raise the To mako It simpler, It will twenty pounds, These scales will bo ljcs square used. "Yes, ma'am.'' replied the man with unit being about thirty jto fcejid two packages of 11 used by postmasters to determine the his hat In bis band. will of course contain Jn moat .cases a cost more would t,o send one amount of postage required on parcel It "Haye ypn been bogging all your number of postomcos, but each etH.ce pounds than 22 pounds If the govern' of post packages. The fact that many life?" In tho same unit U considered as be- package heavi pf the allow a postofllces of tho country aro "Notylt,mViuiV ing the center of the circles from ment wentuully should now furnished with scales of n IN' ted capacity makes It necessary for tho postmaster general to make this very mailable at the rate large purchase of scales cnpabln of ounce, regardless of taking caro of the parcel post busiounces are mailable ness. It la understood that this will bo the largest single order ever placed Roots & GOD'S MEDICINE Compounded nccordinfr to tho Original A 1 x clusivo Formulas ft Kcip"s of Chnrh. bo;-IUlist, for tho Tr ":.r.tlt fi ' allimnOs. F.mlorx of human Thousands oi Ti stimoniiiiii. C0"-SCIENCE KOPL, fu tao lu. Oront llody-Tonlumn Skin Only. Aik your druggist, or writs c. 05 T I CHARLIE WIflTE-nOOTic CinVtrllcititiit ORIQINATOR l OF t CKIItUt & ISI.1I 9'E Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N 05 2... 3... 4... 5... 6... 7... 8... 9... SClUtt West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky I Whi'ii I I 1 church." I I nk vou to Insure with me. I usi d to un to school with . ynu" do not say, "Insure with in.-- Ucaue POINT. MY SELL1NO do not "Insure with u. tur party sllllintlons me attend the same arc I ,, do not sny. "Insure with m because I have the larccst agency Hut do any. "Insure with me. because I csn place your business with the oldest nnd most liW ral companies In the country at the smnw price you are paving for protection in an inferior company. 1 the same." do not say, "Insure with me, because Office Citizen National Hank. R. P. Frisbie, Lancaster, Kentucky. Winter Tourist Tickets lijs Sul-zc- NOW ON SALE TO ALL WIXTKIS KKSOKTS SPECIAL ROUND-TRI- P PARCS TO Florida, Cuba, New Orleans, Panama Lonjj P.oturn o Limit Fall Qt-ccn, Llec-tricall- s & Crescent Three through daily train'? to Florida, via Route. Dou'jIc daily through service to New lighted equipment, including Pullman Dr.iwinj Itoom Sleeping Cars, Dining Cars, and Pay Coaches. y For details call on nny TicVct Aynt, fjuc-- S Crescn' Unite or apply to II. C. KINO, Passenger Si Ticket Agent, 101 11. Main St.. Lexington, Ky. We Write Anv Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Ky BEAZLEY & COLLIER Ollice over The National Hank of Lancaster, Phone 27. I SILAS SHKLHUIINH, I I I I 114 4 President. II. M. HOSWORTH, I t. J. C. HOSWORTH, General Manairer. K. II. DOAK, Treasurer. The New Silas Shel-burn- e tide-wate- d 70,-0- o TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY , 10,-00-0, INDEPENDENT. Warehouse No. 1, Cor. S. Broadway and Fine Street, warenouse wo. 2, Chair Avenue. Both Phones 933. LEXINGTON, KY. If you do not think The New Silas e Tobacco Warehouse Company is the best warehouse In all Lexington to get you the top prices for all grades of your tobacco, give us trial, we will convince you. Shel-burn- beg-gin'- jM' J fl BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Ihone 3. Residence Phone 27 Subscribe For The Record. 4 We Guarantee Satisfaction We Are Absolutely Inde- pendent. I f J LANCASTER. KY. Tr 3 mm curv mn w m. ! 00 AO UYS Y LADIES if Well Selected Liiie Of Styitsh our choice W.50 to $30. TAILORED SUI S Ulfilfif Not a suit in our house is reserved-al- l reduced to $9.98. You are made this inducement so that we may have room for our enormous spring stock. Our profit comes only in being able to prepare for our spring business. All are remarkable values, but an early selection will increase the amount of your pleasure and of your profit. I. 4 The Joseph Mercantile Company. The Store That Satisfies All The Time. Mr. W. S. Hopper spent Sunday with friends in Hnrrodsburg. To Our Customers fl Happu and Prosperous People New Year. Your account is due. Come in and settle and make us hapoy. Miss Eunice rGossip About A Dficf Mention of the Comings nd Ooinji by Those Wt Arc Interested In. Week Of Prayer. "Its" Herndon An Expert Chicken Raiser. I To School Teachers And Trustees. Mr. A. F. Sanders wns in Richmond for a short stay. Piather is in Richmond J. R. MOUNT, SON We Write Anv Kind of & CO. visiting relatives. Miss Jennie Rankin returned to her school at Richmond. Miss Fox of Danville is visiting her Jacob Y. Robinson left Saturday for a stay at Columlius Georgia. Miss Margaret and Julia Zanone have been in Danville visiting friends. Mre. J. W. Acey of Stanford is with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Wilson have returned to their home at BowlingGreen. Mrs. Win. R. Cook is in Louisville ft com in Miss Mary Lynn Fox. INSURANCE Office at National Bank. K BEAZLEY & COLLIER Ot!'i o Ai r The National Hank of I.nrrastrr. IMicnc i!7. . Flour From The MILL direct to tis is : naturally cleaner tlinn if it had been subject to many handliii(s. It 1'akes :: ! Cleanliness, however, is not its only virtue. k-tte- r :: and goes farther than any other Hour Hour we know. If you make good bread now. try our i : : : and make better You'll save a little too because ou can make the same sized loaf with less Hour Lancaster Elevator & Flour Mills MS c Look To e Future as well as the present. You don't always expect to have n small business, Then prepare yourself for a bijj one Open an account at the (5aki:aki) Hank &. Tkust Co., and ilet used doing is done, Hesides nn account here business as big business Is a moiifiy saver in many ways, A vheck costs you only two cents to mail. What tloes it cost you to send the cash? '0. The Garrard Bank lit & Trust Company hi i rs, 1 It's Pretty Tough Luck to be out of and then hnve the bottom drop out of thu thermometer. Don't have that hap pen to you. Order us to send what coal you may need now If you shouldn't need it, the coal will not spoil. You'll have use for it some timo unywuy. Coal Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co, George P. Tate Dies In Somerset. Mrs. J. U. Collier and daughter ElizaMrs. Renjamin Ham of Hyattsvilte beth have returned after a visit to Mr. intelligence on last Mrs. Jennie II. West of Washington and Mrs. Chas. Collier of Fork Ridge, received the sad I). C, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Monday afternoon of the death in ArkTenn. West. ansas of her brother, Mi. George P. We regret to learn that Miss Johnetta Tate, and she left ut once fo SomerMiss Noel of Danville is visiting her Farra, has been ill ut the home of her set their former home to be present at sister, Mrs. J. B. Woods, of Paint s Mr. and Mrs. Joe the funeral. Mr. Tate was a warm Lick. Rurnside. personal friend of the assistant Editor Mrs. Kthel Darnold has returned The Mary Walker Price Chapter of of the Record and it was with sincere from Tajlorsville, where she spent the the U. D. C. will meet Monday after regret that we learned of his death. Xmas holidays. noon Jan. 13th. at the home of Mrs. J. Mr. Tate until a few years ago lived in YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, Somerset and was one of the pioneer, Miss Lucy Walker of Richmond has L. Riley. as well as one of the most extensive been the recent guest of her cousin Mrs. Elizabeth Denny is "at home dealers, in the cross tie and stave bus Miss Alice Rigney. again after a visit of some weeks with iness. He hrs been a long sufferer Car load of Salt, just received. Miss Elizabeth Anderson spent the her sister, Mrs, Margaret Pearson of from stomach trouble, and removed to 3t SN. Davis. week in Lexington with her cousin Harrodsburg. past Eureka Springs Ark. in the hope that Miss Al Anderson. d rooms. For Mrs. W. T, Woolfolk, anddaughters, the change would prove beneficial, vestigating committee. 2t Mrs. C. D. Powell. Mrs. J. S. Johnson, son, nnd daughter Misses Anna Lee and Margaret of Lex- Mr. Tate wus a joviul, kind hearted have leturned from a visit to relatives ington, have been recent guests of man, a splendid gentleman und citizen, Long. Blacksmith shop in Bryantsville for in Dt'laiul Florida. und a host of friends throughout eastGarrard friends. J. S. Haselden. Mr. John P, Long died at his home rent. ern Kentucky, where he was extensiveMrs. Ed Walker is at home after a An open session of the Missionary on Richmond street in this city on last Try a sack of our Glen Lily in sana-tar- y a visit to her mother Mrs. Annie Society was held Wednesday evening at ly known, will regret to hear of his Monday morning at 2:30 o'clock, His paper bags best proof always death. Rumey in Eminence. the Raptist church, with Mrs. J. L. death was not unexpected as he has clean ask your grocer. been in feeble health for many months Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoeing of Riley as leader. Garrard Milling Co. "The Land Of Now" Seems To be Sleeping and for the past week his life has hung Milwaukee are here for a visit to Mr. The many friends of Miss Amanda We are now prepared to take boarders in the balance. After funeral services and Mrs J. W. Sweeney. Anderson will be glad to know that Peacefully While Her More Proat the house ut 11 o'clock Tuesday and furnish rooms. improvement and Mr. T. E. Mahan who is winning hon- she shows wonderful J. W. Walker. morning by Rev. 0. P. Bush, all that gressive Neighbors Reap The ors at the State University returned to hopes to be out soon. was mortal of the kind husband and Try a sack of our whole wheat fiour that institution Monday. Mrs. W. A. Speith has joined her father and good citizen was placed at all the groceries have it ask for it. Profits Of Her Industry. rest in the Lancaster cemetery. Mr. Mrs. T. J. Parks has returned home husband in Lancaster after spending Garrard Milling Co. Long was born in Madison covnty Ky. after a pleusent visit to her sister, Mrs. the holidays in Louisville win her father Mr. R. Eyerman. For Rent. Speaking of Garrard county's most on May 24, 1837 and was the son of J. U. Woods, of Paint Lick. My house containing 8 rooms, good Mr. and Mrs. George A. McRoberts crying need, a home market for her Perry and Susie Tudor Long. He un Mrs. T. S. Smith is at home again tobacco, of ited with the Bnptist church at Gilead garden, lot and barn. Apply to W..T. become has what after a pleasant sojoufn with friends in returned to their home in Covington Mrs. Jennie West. last week after spending the holidays the "Garrard County Development in that county fifty years ago and had West. Indiunopolis and Louisville, Association", that commercial body ever been a consistent member, he with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rurnside. Ask your grocer for a sack of our organized a few years since under such was also one of the oldest members of Elder F. M. Tinder was in Louisville Mr. und Mrs. J. E. Anderson who propitious circumstances, adopting for the Musonic lodge at Kirksville Ky. meal the best prepared on the market. the first of the week for a meeting of recently moved to Lexington from this Garrard Milling Co. its slogan "The Land Of Now"? Is it Mr. Long's entire life, until he re thu "Anti Saloon League". place, have purchased property there not the proper body to look after th moved to Lancaster less than two For Sale. Miss Cha.-lottI'ollitt is at home from with the view of locating permanently. organization of a company having for years ago, wus speut in Madison coun a visit of two weeks to Mr. and Mrs. Old fashioned square piano in good Miss Minnie Welsh the accomplised its object the establishment of a loose ty, where he was held in the highest Miss Jennie Swope, Frank I'ollitt of Viddlesboro. music teacher nt the Graded bcliool leaf or some other kind of a home esteem for his many noble qualities. condition. 0 Marksbury, Ky., 4t after spending the holidays with her market for our tobacco? There is He is survived by his wife, who was Miss Katharine Harris of Stanford ot Ludlow returned homo Mon strength In numbers, and it seems to Miss Fannie West of Madison county, parents s A good stock of the best coal always has been visiting her day. us that this organization could more a relative of the family of Mrs. Re on hand at lowest prices. Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris becca West of this place, und by one Garrard Milling Co. Mr. W. U. Rurton and Miss Helen readily than any individual take this Mrs. J. M. Staughtnn returned toher Buckeye M. Walter and Miss matter in hand and push it to a son, Mr. Robert Long Jr. of Gill, Mr. Robert home at Covington Ky after spending Protect yourself from loss by fire, Joan Mount motored to Lexington successful conclusion. Let us have a this county und four slaughters, Mrs. Coy of lightning and wind storm by insuring the holidays with her sister Mrs. II. C. Thursday night and took in the opera meeting of this long dormant body and Hattie Coy, wife of Mr. James Sutton. see what can be accomplished in the Kirksville, Mrs. Jennie Perkins, wife your property with Stults and Stults, Robin Hood. of Dr. J. II. Perkins of Henrietta Agents, The Continental Insurance Co. matter. Miss Nancy Walker has leturned to Dr. and Mrs. It. Ramsey who have Wo have a home market for our corn, Okla., Mrs. Susie Dozicr of Oklahoma, Lancaster, Ky. Atlanta after spending the holidays been In Paint Lick visiting have gone wheat, hay and other furm products, and Mrs. Cora Burton, wife of Mr. with her sister Mrs George I). Robwanted: Reliable, energetic man to to Chattanooga to Fpcnd die remainder then why not for our tobacco. Richard Burton of this county. inson. sell Lubricating oils, greases and paints of the winter with their daughter Mrs. Long since his removal to Lan Mr. The money received for these products in Garrard and adjacent counties. Dr. Charles Zimmer has returned to James Hollowas. goes into the colfers of thu homo caster has not been ab t to mingle Salary or Commission. Pomroy Ohio after a Yisittoliis parents und through the home banks, much with the people of the commun Reverend H. C. Hell of Lexington merchants Stetson Oil Co., Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. It. Zimrner during the' has accepted thu work ut Pleasant then why not the money received for ity owing to his feeble condition, but holidays. there were many who knew him und with Grove church for 1913 to begin the our tobacco. Public Sale Home labor is employed at our mills, all whom he cume in contact he added Mrs. J. C. Osborn of Knoxville and Becond Sunday in January. Ho will I will on, Saturday, January 18. 191S und udmir-erMiss Margaret Warren of Stanford preach the 2nd, and 4th, Sunday's in our granaries and other industries that to his list of wurin friends He was a conservative man, but sell all of my household and kitchen visited their aunt Miss Jennie Duncan the month, und he will also preach ure provided to tuke cure of home be extremely kind heart U and those who furniture. Sale begins at 2 o'clock. last week. Saturday evening, Sunday and Sunduy products. Home labor would cordially employed ut a home tobacco market. know him best can bear witness to his Terms made known on day of sale. After sending the holidays with her evening. Everybody is most Miss Liza Lunsford. Why not establish one and utilize the many splendid churucteristics. parents Mr. and Mrs. John Williams, invited. pd. A. M. Bourne, Auct. The entire community is grieved that home labor. Miss Rebecca Williams has returned to Farm For Rent. There is not u merchant or business Mr. l.ong with his splendid reputation Knoxville. Notice To Creditors. My farm containing about 110 acres; man in Lancaster who would not profit as a good citizen in our neighboring Mr. and Mrs. Hanks Hudson and about 60 acres for corn, 7 acres for materially through the establishment county of Madison, could not be spared All persons indebted to the estate of children, and Mrs. Alexander Kennedy tobacco and rest in grass. Two barns, of a tobacco market in Lancaster. longer as a citizen in the place where! tho late W. P. Anderson will please of Danville were recent guests of Lan- good dwelling good orchard, cabin on Then get busy Mr. Merchant, gut behind hit had chosen to reside, but He who call and settle same at once. All percaster friends. farm. Price $750. notes with approve this movement, lend your influence to doeth all things well, deemed other sons having claims ugainst said estate theelfort to establish this market. wise, and the Record can but join with will present same to me properly provMiss Lillian Cochran has returned to security. Possession ut once. Concerted action upon the part of all his friends and neighbors in condolence en. J. E. Anderson, Adrr.'r. Georgetown College after spending thu Mm. Maggie Wulkcr. holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. I Any information desired cull on of our citizens is sure to become to the grieved wife and family in their It. F. D. No. 1. Lancaster Ky. prolific of good results. treat loss. IM I'd S, D. Cochran. j William Simpson. visiting her friend Mrs. Ernest Sprague. Miss Lilly Bourne is visiting her aunt Mrs. W. T. Wolfolk, of Lexington. Notwithstanding the inclemency of Miss Addie Arnold has been in Boyle the weather, the Week of Prayer visiting her Bister Mrs. lien King. services being held alternately nt the Miss Nancy Long of Madison is here various churches is attracting good for a vitit to her sister, Mrs. John audiences and is proving very interest Ross. ing. If you have not been attending, Mr. Ed Price was in Danville Monday it would be worth while to attend the and Tuesday with Dr. and Mrs. S. P. remaining exercises during the week. Grunt. Grcuit Court In Danville. Mr. Wm. Goodloe of Paris was the week end guest of Mrs. D. M. Lackey The January term of the Royle Cirand daughter. cuit Court began Monday with an un.11 rs. j. j. uomnson and Aliss Helen usually light docket. Judge Hardin Robinson have been in Stanford visit- has since he began his duties as Circuit Judge expended considerable labor ing friends. in the task of clearing the docket in Mr. G. S. Greenleaf was in Richthe various courts of the old enses mond for a visit to his brother, Mr. which have accumulated, and this task John Greenleaf. being completed, he is now preparing Mrs. Lucy Heazley has returned to to devote the time of the courts to the her home in Stanford after a visit to trial of "appearence" or new cases. Mr. und Mrs. R. F. Hudson. The results which will necesssrily folMrs. Kemper Walker and little low this proceeding upon the part of daughter Elizabeth have been recent His Honor will be that litigants will be guests of Mrs. John Johnson of Louis- able to have their cases speedily disposed of without experiencing the long ville. and tiresomejwaits which were necessMrs. Helle Davis of Jessamine is itated by the former congested condimaking a protracted visit to her daugh- tion of the dockets. ter Mrs. Charles Dean, near Bryants-ville. name will be Denny & Wheeler. Dr. Wheeler has been practising in the county for over a year and is a splendid dentist. He was born and reared in the entereu in the contest. Nina locality and is a splendid gentleman. Dr. Denny is too well known to By need a word of commendation from us. Scandal Threatened In Washington We predict success from the beginning The Investigation Of Two Large for the new firm. - Mr. W. L. Herndon, son of Capt, Wm. Herndon of this place, who reside? nnd conducts a successful truck and chicken f arm at Crestwood in Jefferson county, has developed into one of the leading chicken raisers In Kentucky. Les, taste docs not run to the fighting or exhibition fowls, but to the old fashioned practical ones, the layers, the ones that produce the revenue. In the egg laying contest now being conducted under the auspices of the Louisville Evening Post, Mr. Herndon has entered a pen of White Legherns, which are far and away- ahead of anything in that particular class, and in fact are producing as many eggs per week as any other variety of chickens I As all schools in the county are now elosed, you are urgently requested to bring in all reports and all books now in your possession at once to enable me to complete my records. Jennie Higgins, Sup't. Strong New Firm Of Dentists. Dr. M. K. Denny has associated with himself for the practice of his profession, Dr. William A. Wheeler, and the new firm will be located in the handsome office of Dr. Denny over Hurt & Anderson's furniture store. The firm Fire Insurance Companies. A subcommittee of the National House threatens to unearth a scandal which may involve some of the most prominent business men in the Capitol city. The committee is investigating the nITuirs of the Commercial Fire Insurance Co. and the First National Fire Insurance Co., both of which have their headquarters in the city of Washington, but whose stocks have been sold broadcast through out 'the country. The companies recently bought jointly one of Washington's newest fire proof office buildings, paying therefoi$I, It is alleged that in a few days following the purchase they listed it among their assets at a valuation of $2,000,000. and upon the strength of this apparent increase of 5500,000 in their assets, increased the price of their stock. This transaction, and the further allegation that they declared a1 dividend from the proceeds of the sale of stock are two charges which will receive notice at the Hands of the in500,-000. Waters Raging. The rains of Monday and Tuesday turned every rivulet in the county into a raging torrent, and scarcely astream in the county but what was past fording, Dix river being higher than in. twenty years. At the bridge on the old Danville pike it was over the turnpike and the bridge could not be crossed. Rural carriers were hampered in their work, compelled to make wide detours and otherwise inconvenienced, and traffic in the country was practically at a standstill. Beyond the destruction of water gates and fencing we have learned of no serious damage wrought by the floods. grand-parent- c D RENT:-Furnishe- c 12-2- grand-parent- . a. J I I I 1 I ft ft III I mf gfcf if "Hoosier" Special Cabinets. O-Cedar fj " tW I Polish Mops. Standard Sewing Beds. Machines Royal Push Royal Button Blue Baricalo Brass Chairs. Springs. Armstrong' Alexander Smith's Mattresses Linoleumns. RugSOstemoor , putman's Organs. $ J-iFt- jll ft ft ft ft ft ft Brenlin Window Shades. Roos Cedar Chests. , g an(j b Specialties. Edison Phona- - Starr Pianos. Olive R. J P9affi graphs Globe- - Victor Vlctrola& I Janeway& Karpen's Carpendars Leather WallPaperl Goods. E and N Suits" Wernicke Bookcases. Typewriter. fir ft ft ft ft The Store Beautiful. That Bad Cold. ' a Vaper TrtilaxBt Svely Does That Stiffed op Head. Clean Hurt and Anderson. t Under the auspices of the W. C. The Record mourns the loss of one U. and the local ministers, Dr. N. of its most efficient correspondents, Tracy, the "Kentucky Temperance Miss Florence Christopher, who for Evangelist" will begin a series of the perancc lectures at the Court House on years has chronicled happenings at Buena Vista, has very I Thursday night, January lGth and will much to our regret, severed her' continue to.and Including. Monday night connection with the paper. Owing to January 27th. Dr Tracy held temperthe death of her father, which occurred ance meetings in Lancaster thirty recently, and the consequent breaking years ngo under the old "Francis Muruo of the family, Miss Christopher has phy" movement. He is an interesting talker and his heart is in the cause. RACK FOR OPEN CATTLE YARD removed to Burgin Ky. Miss Alice Mabel Scott, who has had Everyone should come out and hear training under Miss him. Dtvlce, Found to Be Entirely Satisfac- considerable tory, May Be Made by Use Christopher, will succeed her, and the Poles. of Eleven-Fochain of interesting news from that U.S. Army Seeks Saddle Horses In section will not be broken. Garrard. A very satisfactory open yard cattle rack may be made by the use of eleven Private F. A. Alexander U. S. A. of foot poles, eight feet apart and two Golden Wedding. Ft. Leavenworth Kan. has been in Lanfeet In the ground. To the outside nail caster for several days seeking to buy f two and 2x6's feet from the One of the most elegant social func- a couple of fancy saddle ground for the top of the manger, says horses for two the Iowa Homestead. Cut the poles tions that has ever occurred in Gar- army officers at his Kansas post. rard county was the reception that Mr. Through the instumentality of Dr. J. off level six feet above the 2x6's and post and Mrs. John William Glass gave on B. Kinnaird he succeeded in buying one nail pole on top. Now set a one foot Inside of the other posts and Wednesday at their home near extra nice sorrel S year old horse of cutoff level so the top will be one foot to celebrate the fiftieth anabove the 2x68, nail pole on top and niversary of their marriage. The Victor Sanders, paying $200. therefor. nail lx6's, five and a quarter feet long, hours were from eleven until three By a remarkable coincidence this horse is for the use of Lieut. Kinard, who from pole to pole five Inches apart. For the end use lxO's eight feet long o'clock, the house was beautifully is a friend of Dr. Kinnaird, but no reand six feet wide on the outside. Tho decorated for the occasion, quantities lation and their names are spelled difmaterial used for the rack Is as fol- - o: pinx roses ana narcissus with as ferently. Mr. Alexander will endeavparagus plumosa were used in the par or to buy one more horse before he lor. The living room was also very leaves. artistically decorated with narcissus and ferns, Marechal Neil roses prevailed Claims Of Garrard And Boyle As To Who in the dining room, where the color Shall Furnish The Senatorial Candischeme of yellow and white was ef fectively used. date To Be Decided In StanThe guests were me t at the door bv ttm-many ot one-halsix-fo- The Bright Spot in Lancaster. ft ft ft ft ft Don't try to break up a cold with dangerous stomach disturbing drugs, Get directly to the inflamed membrane by breathing HYOMEI (pronounce it Get a bottle for 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts and try this rapid economical and treatment that thousands are using. into a Dowi or boiling water pour a teaspoonful of HYOMEI, cover head and bowl with a towel, and breathe deep into the lungs the healing vapor that arises. Breathe this vapor for five or ten minutes until the head feels fine and clear, then go to bed and sleep soundly until morning. No cocaine or opium or harmful drugs in HYOMEI. It is made of Australian Eucalyptus and other antiseptics. It is guaranteed to end catarrh, or money back. High-o-me). FltUd for tht Part. When a new member of the Irish house of commons made his flrit speech, Sir William Osborne asked who h was, and, being told, he replied: "Well, I think he will do. If the opposition have enlisted him they are perfectly In the right, for he seems to haTe the finest face for a grlev ance of any man I ever beheld." National Monthly. Record Loses Good Correspondent. Series Of Temperance Meetings. Lancaster Becoming Metropolitan. By the coming of warm weather Lancaster will have developed into quite a metropolitan citj; an ice plant, a bottling , works, creamery, mills, granaries, an auto-bu- s line, she is rapidly developing into one of the busiest little towns in Central Kentucky Our most crying necessity, and something which we must have, is n local market for our splendid tobat co crops, and we are going to have one too. Wat den Notes. FLA TWO 01) Abe Faulkner sold a cow to G. A. Morgan for ?30. Mrs. Mary Wooten sold a cow to S. L. Baird for $30. John Beasley has moved to one of R. F. Parson's tenant houses. W. H. Furr bought two loads of corn from Nathan Willefotd for $2 a barrel. V. H. Furr has rented the John Beasley place to Wm. Manning for this year. Miss Myrtle Cormney is at home 'from Louisville where she spent the holidays. Squire Coldiron had a very busy day Satuiday trying several of our colored citizens for failing to work the road. All hunting license issued in 1912 are void after December 31, 1012. A license issued Janunrv 1st. 1913 or ony time during the year is good until January 1st. 191 1, and costs one dollar. Demand a license of all hunters and see that they are issued in 1913 to expire January 1st. 1914, and report all violations to the Warden or Fish & Game Association at Danville. The closed season for quail, Ipartridge or pheasant is from January 1st, to Nov. 15th. There are two closed sensonp for; squirrels, from rVby. 1st. to June 15th. and from Sept, 15th to Nov. 15th. The closed season for doves is from Feb. 1st to Aug. 1st, woodcock from Feby. 1st, to June 20th. wild geese and ducks from April 1st toJAug. 15th, The possession of any bird or animal protected by law during the closed sea Sqnlre It Parsons W S Ferguson Ed & N II Price K F Herring W A Price W g Embry S L Rich Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney 7. T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels pco bvlow (till hrxlinc l lor Itir rirlo-trII C Arnold me ol our (unnrr till. itIIkti. ml l for D 11 Anderson lo nf Hock, intln mt uch thine on YV G Anderson, the II C Hamilton, the Urmrr oniiat illoril lo xlrtr-litrlrm (J Y Conn So Holier will 'or .ecrplrd orer our L H Brown linn, ami will be only In Ittuf ol the T W Conn J G Conn Kirotn. frre ol chore J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobiro Co. Burt" Cochin, yearling Mrs Maggie ilouldon For Sale-- 12 Dr. W Burnett chickens. Phone 215. C G Gay W K Leavell John Bolan I have 14 mules to sell E Dunn E G Hammock Mrs. Mackle McGrath or wilt loan to resion.iible parties. T. B. Robinson. Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsnn J. W. Simpson T. M. Arnold, Jr. The most liberal form policy written can be had from Stults & Stults, Lan- J. H. Posey. S. C. Henderson. caster, Ky., Agents for the Continen- B. L. Kelley. Walker Hradshaw. tal Insurance Co- T. W. Bradshaw. R. L. Burton. son or period which their killing is prohibited will subject you to n line of fivs dollars for each bird or animal or imprisonment not less then five or more then thirty days. The Ibw permit fishing with n trot line, hook and line, spodge hook, gig and dip not. You can use n minnow seine four feel deep and less than ten feet long to catch minnows for bait but not use it for any other purpose. I J. M. Bailey, Warden. Danville Messenger. POSTED The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to transpaxs upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute nil offenders to fullest ex tent of the law. Huritors and Fishermen especially take notice. JnoM Farra FARMER'S COLUH51 . to Open Yard Cattle Rack. lows: Four poles sixteen feet long: six poles eleven feet long for posts, tlx poles six feet long for posts, four poles four feet long for posts, two 2x6's sixteen feet long for manger, four 2x6's six feet long for ends, twenty-tDON'T ENVY A GLORIOUS wo lx6'a sixteen feet long for all, two and a half pounds of thirty-pennREAD OF HAIR. palls, two pounds of fencing nails, and one pound of Your hair may not be as heavy as fencing nails for ends. here. The guests then entered the other women's, Young Lady: it may dining room wl ere a most jlaborate not radiate its lustrous splendor: it six course dinner was served, the table Quickest. Gains When Young. may not be free from dandruff: but hog that Is growing was beautiful in its appointments, In a well-brethat's no reason why you should worry. and feeding right there Is no time yellow iulle extending from the chanIn Paris all women who care have when It will make more pork for the delier to each corner of the table, caught fascinating hair; in America all women food consumed than from ten weeks with a graceful bow andaMarechalNeil young ladies and girls who know about to six months of age, but as a rulo rose, a golden basket, the handle tied PARISIAN Sage have a wealth of bril- will vary somewhat with different ani- with a bow of yellow tulle and filled mals liant hair and give credit where credit with Marechal Neil and Burrounded by a is due; to wonderful, delightful PARbed of the ropes was the attractive ISIAN Sage, the ideal hair tonic, centerpiece. Golden candlesticks with grower, dandrulf remover and beauti-fie- r. yellow candles, with their soft light, added very much to the attractiveness Sold by dealers everywhere for only of the table, also, the cut glass comHogs will not lie In dirt unless 50 cents. R. E. McRoberts & Son sells potes filled with olives, salted almonds it on money back plan. It stops scalp compelled to do so. Pack off every old sheep before and the yellow and white heart shaped itch instantly and preserves the naturmints. solid winter sets In. al color and beauty of the hair. The guests were seated at the table Clean troughs and mangers are esand were served by Misses Irene sential to health and profit. Always Some Rsmsdy. Powdered charcoal fed In slop to Saunders, Mary Lee and Frances Glass, Dr. Woods Hutchinson says that povThey of the house. erty Is a disease. Well, there la the. hogs Is a good cure for scours. Superannuated and otherwise unde- were very daintily gowned in white old cure! Judge. sirable ewes should be gotten rid of. lingerie. Mrs. C. C. Glass and Mrs. After the pigs are two months old of Jessamine, also they can eat most anything In the Letcher Saunders, Velvst From the Arabs. assisted in the dining room. The fav In the middle ages Venice and grain line. Genoa learned the art of At weaning time coltB should be ors were MarechalNeil roses. A delicious from the Arabs. Toward the year taken away entirely, out of sight of repast was served, consisting of Orange Punch, Old ham, beaten biscuit, turkey 1616 Lon Inherited the ouslness. the mothers. Europe, notably France, followed the Talk Is cheap, but It takes money and cranberry jellv, chicken salad, lead of tht courtiers of Frances I., to buy a pure bred sire. It will pay, escalloped oysters, celery branches, Louis XIV. and La Pompadour. The nevertheless. pearls and crystalized apples. The courts of the world wore silk, satin Castrate every male lamb that will ices were mouldi-- as lilies in yellow and velvet stiff with gold and sliver be an eyesore to yourself or do mis- and white and the cakes, heart shaped embroidery. Velvet was used by the chief to any purchaser. rich for hangings and for furniture Take every precaution to gain the in the same colors were made by a cover. In Lyon, In 1900, 20,000 looms confidence of the ewes after they are Cincinnati caterer. Later, hot coffee and heart shaped pimento and olive were weaving velvet. Harper's Week- put In the barn for the winter. ly. Sheep dogs in England, Scotland sandwiches were served. and France are the most serious of Many handsome presents were re animals, and are ceived, among them being the handMI-O-NThe better your sire the better your some gold lined "Loving Cup" present lambs, and so the more money you ed by the children. Stomach will get from your flock next year. About 85 invitatious were issued, Unless the fattening steer has all Driie Otf Gas And Sourness At (bee pure water he can drink at all Among the guests were only four who the were present at their former wedding. End Dyspepsia. time he will not lay on fat quickly. Those from u distance who attended The pedigreed aire has been the Don't complain; if your meals do not power In building up size and draft were Major Iiaehr, Miss Mattie Bachr, digest get a CO cent box of form In our American stock of horses. Cincinnati, Mrs. Iiettie Peyton, Mrs. C. Many farmers will let the steer W. Welch, Miss Ella Welch. Mrs. Stomach Tablets today and stop distress, gas, sourness, fermentation and that trample $100 worth of feed Into the Margaret Sparks, Mrs. Edwin Rogers, mud rather than spend $26 for a feed lump of lead feeling in Ave minutes. Mrs. Mollie Saunders, Nicholasville, Dr. And why should any sensible person rack. Small potatoes, turnips and other E. H. Pearce, Danville, Mrs. Mattie ever suffer from any stomach trouble, vegetables cooked In a large kettle or Frisbie and Mrs. Ellen Owsley, Lancaswhen R. E. McRoberts & Son is auth- In a feed cooker make good food for ter. orized to refund the purchase price to young pigs. Their children were all present and any dissatisfied person if A good pasture Is the foundation tho occasion was a most happy one for Stomach Tablets do not do away with stone of successful hog raising, and It all the members of the family, while Indigestion, Acute or Chronic Dyspep- Is as a pasture for swine that alfalfa each guest departed feeling that the sia, Dizziness, Nervousness and Sleep- Is utilized to the best advantage. A flock of sheep will waste moro hospitality which is so charactisistic of lessness. than hay enough to pay for the lum- the South had beendispensed throughout For Vomiting of Pregnancy and the ber to build a good rack In a single the reception and hoping that Mr, and effects of drinking or winter, If you feed them out on tho Mrs. Glass will be able to spend many smoking they are simply fine. ground. more happy days to gether. y eight-penny y d n Mrs. William L. Glass and Mrs. Glass, of Jessamine county and were ushered into the parlor where they were received by Mr. and Mrs. John William Glass. Mrs. Glass was charming in a handsome gown of black charmeuse. Then they were invited into the living room where they had the pleasure of writing their names in the "Bride's Book" Mrs. Margaret presiding Sparks, of Nicholasville, Hoi-ma- ford On Saturday, 11th. Jan-nar- y E. C. Million, President. T. J. Curtis, Vice President. Dr. C. H. Vaught. Secty. E. Deatherage, Treas Chairman George L. Penny of the Democratic District Committee has called a meeting of the said committee to be held in Stanford, Kentucky, on next Saturday, January, 11th, at which meeting the claims of Messrs C. R. Anderson of Boyle County and James I. Hamilton of Garrard, as to which shall become the candidate for State Senator from this district, will be decided. Attorney Henrv Jockson of Danville will represent Mr. Anderson before the committee, while Attorney Joe E. Rob inson will look after the interests of Mr. Hamilton. I have 30 d mules that I will sell in pairs or any number to suit the purchaser. John C. Robinson. Danville, Ky. Cumberland Phone three-year-ol- Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. RICHMOND, Incorporated. KENTUCKY. .4... Near L. & A. Depot. T. Capital $33,000.00 J. Curtis Dr. C. II. Vaught. T. Telephone 66. Marion Coy. DIRECTORS- - E. C. Million. J. Smith. J. M. Haden. Our new steel warehouse is ready. The lcst lighted mid equipped warehouse in Kentucky. Capacity 300,000 pounds daily, stable room for 200 horses, shed room for 150 loads of tobacco! No danger of damage. Financial responsibily Guarantee Sales Every Day. Best experienced tobacco men to abvise you about tobacco. Full competition of the buying trade HOUSE OPEN DAY AND NIGHT. Stalls for you have LIVE . STOCKS Telephone us GG we are glad to have you use our phone. Tobacco insured FREE. your teams free. Come see our splendid new house. Haul your tobacco to us where mm plenty of room and individual attention to each basket, where you con better control sale as to time and price. Electric prizing power. We are getting prices that please the farmer. BODY. We expect to continue to get just for your tobacco as could be gotten in any market in the county. as much A SQUARE DEAL TO EVERY- grand-daughte- Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. incorporated. velvet-makin- g m Bring1 Your Tobacco To hard-workin- A Tablets hi TOBACCO Residence Phone 66. Stanford Street. WARMS Business Phone 211. A Direct Buyers. W No Auction Sales. No Commission To Pay. H We Buy Your Tobacco at Highest Market Price and Unload the Same Day. over-eatin-