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PURE RELIGION, UNVARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT
LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER '27, 1912.
TWENTY THIRD YEAR.
NUMBER 25.
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Exhibiting The New Fall Styles For Women
A Fashion Show of Fascinating Interest To Which All Are
Cordially Invited.
It is with genuine pleasure we welcome you to see the new styles this fall. For many
months past we have been selecting, buying and preparing for this event and it is with
a feeling of pardonable pride that we ask you to view the results.
A rich and distinctive
showing of Suits, Coats, and
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The Stor Thats Readx) To Show you.
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Departments are full of goods
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I B. F. HUDSON, President. J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. I
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Citizens National Bank
OF LANGASTER, KY.
"CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $35,000.
V. F. CHAMP, Cashier.
W. 0. Rickey, Ass't CashY. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Kcepor.
Business Solicited.
Prompt Attention.
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'J Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors.
TVirt rtflrinic rf ilw "Rrltcf Vill1nll
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will meet at Dr. Actons' office Friday
evening Sept. 27th. at 7:30.
Demonstration. "
On Saturday Sept 2Sth we will dem
onstrate the unexcelled quality and
nuiitv of Lulz & Schramm's line of
' baked beans, catsups, sauce, ect.
i Everybody is cordially invited to stop
in at our store and try these goods.
I c,-20-2t Davidson Doty.
Public Sale.
As I have decided to leave Lancaster.
1 will at my home one mile on Danville
pike on Saturday, Sept 28, at 2 o'clock
sell all of my household and kitchen
furniture, 2 fat hogs, weigh 225 lbs
each, 1 sow and 7 pigs, 2 nice heifers
and 1 family horse. Terms made known
on day of sale. Owsjey Cox.
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There will be no services at the Bap
tist Church Sunday Sept. 29th.
0. P. Bush Pastor.
Meeting Continues.
The protracted meeting at the
Christian Church will continue
throughout the week. Large crowds
are in attendence at each service and a
great deal of interest is being
manifested.
Mrs. Robinson Entertains Womans Club.
Mrs. Joe Robinson opened her home
to the Womans Club on Wednesday
afternoon. A most interesting pro
gram was rendered and the hospitality
of this charming hostess was much en
joyed. After the delightful program
i-efreshments were served.
Will Shanks Big Sale.
Attention is called to the big sale of
Will Shanks an advertisement of which
appears in this issue of the Record
The sale takes place on Tuesday October
1st, the day preceding the Baughman
salej There is a lot of fine stock, cattle,,
mules & cows to be disposed of at this
sale and those in need of such stock
We will have on display Friday and Sat
urday, THIS WEEK, a very handsome
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We Invite Inspection.
Full line of New Fall Clothing Shoes,
Hats and Furnishing Goods.
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Oysters at Zimmers Restrurant.
Brother Brown will fill the pulpit
at the Piesbyterian Church Sunday
morning at the usual hour'
Go To Hear Bradley
Postmaster W. T. West went to
Louisville on last Thursday and accom
panied Senator Biadjey to Lexington
where he spoke at the big republican
jollification on Saturday night. Messrs
J. W. Tatem, J. II. McQuerry, J. L.
Francis went over to Lexington to
hear the Senator.
Typhoid Fever.
Dread typhoip fever has made its
appearance in Lancaster. Mr. W. P.
Anderson was stricken at his home on
Lexington street last week. Miss
Bessie Prather is also a suirerer from
the malady as is the little daughter of
Mr. Albert Ware. Indications are that
the cases aro all of a mild type.
Card Of Thanks.
I did my best, I left no stone unturn
ed that I thought would honorably as-
stat me in the struggle for the piano
rit rtM in tha nrrt a or nnnHnnfal Vr f trck l
Record and Mr. R. S. Brown. I realize
that I had a great number of friends
working in my behalf, and my one re
gret is that I might have won, as much
for their sake as for my own. I take
this method of offering my appreciation
for their efforts in m.y behalf.
Mary Eliza Holtzclaw
When Will It Cease?
A number of our Nimrods are
preparing for fall excursions to
Cumberland, Rockcastle and Green
rivers in pursuit of their favorite sport.
This seems rather out of place when
we have the very best fish stream in
the state traversing our county from
end to end. However, the depredations
of the seiners and dynamiters have
devastated this stream to such an extent
that it is hardly worth while to think
about going to it, and too, it will take
years to restock it. It is very much to
be hoped that the recent revival of
interest in the enforcement of the fiah
and crame laws will cover this stream
and will serve to protect it from further!
ravages,
Insurance Rates Reduced,
At a meeting of the States Insurance
Board in Louisville last week that body
decided upon a material reduction in the
rates both in the city of Louisville and
throughout the state. The report of
the commission has not been made yet,
but it is understood that it will amount
to about 25 per cent on dwellings in
towns outside of Louiaviue. Other
risks are to be taken up and it is
expected that sweeping reductions will
be made on all classes of risks. This
is indeed good news to the policy
holders who have long felt that their
insurance rates wpre exhorbitant and
not in keeping with the rates paid on
similar risks in other states.
Another Magisterial Candidate.
In this is3ue of the Record will be,
found tH announcement of Mr. 5,avs
Sutton for the democratic nomination
for Magistrate in the first (Lancaster)
iytriot? Davis or "Pat" Sutton as he
isvknown'is one of the sterling farmers
of the Buckeye section. He is a thrifty
farmer and a good business man and
this is proof positive that he would
make a good man to look afer the
business .interests of the cojjnty: He.
is well acquainted with, the needs of the
: county is a conservative hu.siness.man.
and if honored with the nomination at
the hands of his party, would be a
strong candidate, and in the event of
his final election would makf a splen
did officer.
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Watch Your Cherry Trees.
The phenomenon is being witnessed
of several cherry trees out in the
county being in full bloom. Mr R.
Zimmer, whose father owned a large
cherry orchard in Germany, and who
has assisted in the making of many a
barrel of "kirchenwasser" or cherry
brandy, says that when a cherry tree
blooms in the fall it is sure not to bear
fruit the following year.
Settle Judgement.
Hon Murry Smith of Richmond, of
the law firm of Smith & Smith was
here Tuesday settling with the rep
resentative of tee U. S. Casualitv Co.,
against which company Mr Smih's
firm secured a judgement in the Gar
rard circuit court recently in favor of
Mr R. D. Carosbell of Lowell for in
jury to an eye being injured while on a
train between this city and Richmond.
Mr. Jesse H. Arnold Returns.
Mr. Jesse H. Arnold returned home
on Tuesday from the St Joseph Infirmary
in Levington where he recently under
went on operation for appendicitis. He
is not entirely recovered; but it is hoped
a few weeks rest will enable his to
resume his duttes in Frankfort. Messrs
W. F. Champ and Logan Smith have
not yet returned, but it is thought tbey
will be able ro do so shortly.
Card Of Thanks.
I desire to extend my sincere thanks
to my host of friends in Lancaster,
Garrard county and elsewhere who aid
ed me so nobly in my efforts to secure
the handsome piano offered by the
Record and Mr. Brown, and to assure
them that it was through their efforts
that I was enabled to. wu?. shall
never forget their kindness, and. shall
ever cherish the rnamory of their kind
ness. ' ' ' Mae Powell
Governor Marshall.
We are putting in a full line of
Heating1 and Cooking1
STOVES
and expect to sell them at rock
bottom prices.
See me before you buy.
W. J. ROMANS.
Complete line of Famous White Horse Brand Can Goods
j It was real inspiration that caused
the Baltimore Convention tci place
Governor Thomas R. Marshall on the
ticket with Governor- Wilson. As
Governor of. Indiana he has demoni
strayed his capacity and, his public ex
pressions bef ore. and after the nomina
tion stamjx him. as a man that shouid
fee honored and treated. The Governor
is a. firm believer that any system of
government which enables one man to
take advantage of another is not a
system under which a Democratic
condition of life can thrive, and his
life-time effort has been for a return to
first principles,
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If Coffee does you harm, there's
a cause find out what it is.
Maybe it is not properly made.
Maybe it wasn't right Coffee to
start with.
Maybe it was too cheap and
too cheap coffee is the dearest
drink any person ever drank.
But don't blame ALL Coffee.
We have several brands here
some of them blends, that are
known to be beneficial to health.
Prices 25c, 30c, 35c, a pound.
Glad to have you test it.
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