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The tide is coming, our bus
iness is growing, and we are
compelled to carry a larger
good goods at fair prices.
Come and swell the crowd, increase the sales,
Live and Let Live.
With Each RANGE Sold For
Next 30 Days
Set Elymiouni Ware
Call in and see the Quick Meal
Range. Best Range made.
Get a Souvenior,
Hoosier Wheat Drills, Moline Wagons. Best, Cheap
est and most durable wagon made.
Take Any Beam
You like from our
timber piles. No need
to spend time in look
ing for good ones.
Every stick in the
pile is sound, season
able and straight.
Remember that upon the beams depends the house. That's
why you should get the best which means getting them
Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go.
THE NATIONAL BANK
Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000.
A. R. DENNY, President.
J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't
S. C. DENNY, Cashier.
R. T. Embry, Ass't Cashier. J. L. Gill, Book-Keeper.
Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent.
WE SOLICIT- YOUR 'BUSINESS.
Samual D. Cochran, Alex R.
Stbrmes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill.
they can get
Dr. 'W. M,
H. Pcsey, J.. E.
IPeople v v v
A Brief Mention of the Comings and
Doings Ly Those Wi Are Interested In.
Miss Rella Arnold was in Lexington,
Miss Polly Traylor of Richmond is
visiting Mrs. J. E. Stormes.
Mrs. Fisher Herring of Preachersville
was with Miss Lily Dale Grant Friday.
Mrs Mary Roberts of Somerset is the
guest of Mrs. Ben Ham at Hyattsville.
N. B. Price was a recent visitor to
his sister Mrs. S. P. Grant of Danville.
Mrs. John Todd and children of Ohio,
are with Garrarjd relatives for a visit.
Misses Fay and Florence Acton have
been visiting relatives in Lincoln coun
ty. Mrs. Jesse Arnold of Frankfort is
the guest of her mother Mrs. Ella
Mr. and Mrs. Burdett Ramsey of
Stanford have been visiting Garrard
Mrs. Alline Jackson Boggs of Rich
mond is the guest ot her cousin Mrs. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hubbard of
Covington are visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John E. Stormes.
Mr. and Mrs. George D. Robinson and
children will leave shortly to spend the
winter in Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of
Danville are guests of Mrs. Rebecca
West and daughters.
Miss Eugenia D. Denny of Lexington
will arrive this week and be the guest
of Mrs. E. L. Owsley.
Mrs. Emma Kauifman left Tuesday
for a visit to Mr. John Greenleaf and
aughter in Richmond.
Miss Joan Mount is at home after a
protracted stay with her sister, Mrs.
Shelby Allen of LaGrange. ,
Claude Wheritt of N w Orleans came
Monday for a visit to his parents Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Wherritt.
Mr. John R. Kelly of Hackley is
spending a few weeks at the Spitler
Sanitarium at Crab'Orchard-
Miss Bettie Robinson of Campbells
ville has arrived and will again be one
of the teachers in the. Graded School.
Mr. W. H. Harris of Paris came
down Saturday night and spent Sunday
with his parents Judge and Mrs E. W.
Miss. Frankye Kauffman is at home
from a visit of three weeks with her
grand mother, Mrs. Mary Kauffman of
Mr. anc Mrs. Louis Landram of Dan
ville were with Mr. and Mrs. H. Clay
Sutton for a brief visit at their country
home "Pine Court".
Miss Mable Mason of Richmond and
Miss Sue Brashear of Cynthiana are
here and will again be valuable teach
ers in the school this year.
Mr. Ewing Stultz has returned from
Cairo 111 where he played with the base
ball team from that city during the
past seaeon in the "Kitty"' league.
Revernd H. F. Pollitt and family of
Covington are in Lancaster, the Revernd
Pollitt having been called the ensuing
year as pastor of the Methodistchurch.
Editor Lewis Landram and wife of
Danville came over Saturday to the
Stormes silver wedding and remained
over Sunday with relatives and friends.
Miss Eunice Prather who has been
visiting relatives in Madison county for
several weeks was called home last
week by the illness of her sister Miss
The handsome Reception tendered
Reverend C. C. Brown and Mrs. Brown
by the members of the Presbyterian
church recently was unintentionally
omitted in last weeks issue. It was at
the home of Mrs. D. M. Lackey and in
every sense of the word it was an ele
gant affair. The house was tastily
decorated with trailing vine, ferns and
cut flowers and was an inviting specta
cle to all. The delicious ices and cake
added much to the inner man. A
souvenier book with "B" daintily
traced by the gifted artist, Miss Jeanie
Lackey is something to be treasured by
Reverend and Mrs. Brown. Each
member of the pastor's flock inscribed
his name on the book.
Qne of the most b,nllia.nt events
given in Lancaster n recent years was
that Saturday evening celebrating the
2th, marriage anniversary of Mr, and
Mw. John E- Stormes at their beauti
ful home" in this city. No expense was
spared to make the occasion a memor
able one. The confections and ices
were furnished by a leading caterer of
Cincinnati. The arrangements and
beauty of the festal board were most
appropiately carried out in the rn.in.U
test detail. Each guest departed lavish
in praise of both host and hostess for
their genuine hospitality and wishing
them many additional years of happi
ness. The music of a fine harpist of
Cincinnati,- was enchanting for the
entire evening Misses Fannie Tinder
and Margaret Morrow attractively
served at the punch bowl.
The out of town guests were as fol
lows; Mrs. E, P. Halley Newman Cal -ijornia,
Mrs. John L. Anderson Wash
ington City, Mr' and Mrs. Arthur Hub
bard Covington, Mr. smd. Mra. Robert
Harding, MV. and -Mrs. Archibald "Rob
inson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Landram
and Vernon Richardson Danville, Mrs.
Alline Jackson Bogga and Miss Polly
Mrs. Ed Price was a visitor" in Lex
Miss Annie Noel of Danville has been
the guest of Mrs. Tom Austin.
Dr. Wm. Elkin of Atlanta is visiting
his father Captain T. A. Elkin.
Miss Charlotte Mount of La Grange
is the guest of Mrs. J. R. Mount and
Mrs. Ann Robinson was in Richmond
for the burial of her sister-in-law Mrs.
Mrs. Jenkins and daughter of Har
rodsburg have returned home from a
few days stay with friends.
Miss Mayme Stormes Dunn has re
turned from a short stay in Lexington
where she consulted an occulist.
Miss Nancy Goodloe of Springfield
who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. 0.
Goodloe has entered school here.
Miss Joan Mount will return Satur
day from a protracted visit to Cincin
nati, Covington and La Grange.
Mr. and Mrs. Wheritt gave an elab
orate 6 o'clock course dinner on Monday
the honoree being Mr. and Mrs. Authur
Miss Minnie Margaret Welch of Cam
pbellesville is in Lancaster and will re
sume her class in music as teacher in
Misses Sallie T. Smith and Angie
Bourne spent Saturday and Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Clarke at
Mrs. J. A. Rowland and little daugh
ter have returned to their home in
Eldorado after a visit to her parents
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Henry.
Miss Clara Miller returned to her
home in Charleston, W. Va.. Monday
after a weeks visit to her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. N. Miller. She was accompa
nied by her friend Mr. B. E. Escheon,
who was here on a visit.
The remains of Miss America Adams
formerly a resident of this county were
brought here from Lexington for inter
ment. The deceased was a daughter
of the late Jones Adams who lived near
Bryantsville. An only sister who lives
in Texas survives her, and to her much
sympathy is extended.
When the spirit of Mrs. William
Watkins returned to the God who gave
it, we said "truly a good woman has
passed away" After patient suffering
for a number of weeks the end came
Monday morning Sept. 17. The home
that was filled with sunshine by her
presence is now displaced by grief and
sorrow. She was reared and lived in
this community where she resided un
till "osath claimed Jier. We join in
sympathy with the bereaved husband
and children especially the little babe
that will never know a mother's love.
But the Lord knoweth best, and it will
be joy to know we'll meet in heaven
In the Bryantsville district Miss Osa
Coulter found easier sailing, she win
ning with -1,075,750 votes while her
closest competitor received little more
than half as many. Both Miss Powell
and Miss Coulter were untiring in their
efforts to secure the handsome prizes
and have thoroughly demonstrated the
faots that they are made of the kind
of material that wins, and they richly
deserve the handsome prizes awarded
them. To the other contestants who
were not so lucky, we can but say that
we are sorry that it was not within our
power to bestow a prize . on each and
overy one of them. They too made
noble efforts and they have the consola
tion of knowing that they did their
very best, and their failure to win was
through no fault of tneir own. Some
other time they may prove the lucky
School Fair Premium List.
1. Best rspeller $5.00 by
school board $2.50 by J. L
Principal Lancaster Graded
2. Best declamation $2.50 Beazley
& Collier, Insurance. Ribbon.
3. Best set of language papers from
four different pupils $1.50 Alex Wal
ker. $1.00. Ribbon.
4. Best map of Kentucky showing
physical divisions and products, $3.50
shoes by Joseph Mercantile Co. Rib
5,. B,est; problem n f a.rm. a.rithm,etie
stated, and solved $2.00 Citizens Nat
ional Rank $1.0Q base-ball, bat, Hasel
den Bros. Ribb.on.
6. B,est business letter, $5.QQ black
leather s,qit case, R. H. Batson, $2.00
Qarrard Bank and Trust Co. Ribbon.
7. Best apron hand made, $3.00
rocker Hurt & Anderson, gold handled
embroidery scissors, Haselden Bros.
8. Best essay on bread-making $3.50
pocket book R. S. Brown $1.00. Rib
bon. 9. Best loaf of bread $3.00 shoes
Logan $1.50 J. R. Mount & Son. Rib-.
10. Best essay o .corn growing
$3.50 shoes T. W- Smh $2,00 Mdse.
Conn Bros. Rjbhon,
11. Best exhibit of seed corn ten ears,
$2.00 National Bank of Lancaster,
$1.00 Lancaster Lumber Co. Ribbon.
12. Best judge of seed corn $2.50
base ball glove R. E. McRoberts &
13. Best exhibit of hand work from
first and second grades $1.50 Garrard
Milling Co. $1.00. Ribbon.!
14. Best exhibit of hand wjqrk frwn
fifth, sixth, seventy a,n.d eighth grades,
?s.w ?i.ffif .ftisoQn,
Iam agent for the Ladies, Home,
Journal, Saturday Evening Po&t and
tne Country Gentleman, can get clulp,
rates qn any magazine pupusnea
YODU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN
Fresh Oysters at Zimmer's.
This is our only invitation, but it
means everybody. Davidson & Doty.
For Rent: -House and lot on Lexing
ton St. Mrs. Susan Fisher.
Don't forget,- 'Saturday September,
28th, Davidson & Doty.
Oysters served at Zimmer's Restru
rant in all styles.
Recleaned seed wheat .. $1.10
Hill onions $1.00
Hill onion sets $2.00
Walter E. Moss, Phone 354-F.
We want to see every body in Gar
rard County at our store, Saturday Sep
tember 28. We have something good
for you. Davidson & Doty.
New Art- Store.
Everything new and - up to date in
Stamping and Embroidery materials.
Austin & Flora.
Stormes Building Up Stairs.
See our special line of
Miss Rella Arnold.
Bank Stock For Sale.
Five Shares of Stock in The Garrard
Bank & Trust Company of Lancaster,
Ky. For information see th6 Editor of
the Central Record. 2t
Having disolved partnership we de
sire that all persons owing the firm,
will call and settle their accounts at
once, and without further delay. This
means you if you owe us.
2t Ball & Holtzclaw
See our Handsome Display
of Millinery Saturday Sept,
28, 1912. R.S.Brown.
City Taxes Due.
Your City taxes for 1912 were due
on March 1st. The City needs money
to fix the streets, please arrange to
pay at once, also the water rent is past
due. Call on me and pay as soon as
possible. L. E. Herron, City Tax Col
lector. Small Farm For Sale.
67 acres as fine corn and tobacco
land as you can find 1 five acre barn 1
new stock barn 28x40 new 3 room house
1 mile from pike 2$ miles from Hyatts
ville, you can pay for this at $70.00
b. 1. Aldndge Hyattsville, Ky., or
J. I. Hamilton Lancaster.
Subscribe for Record
Fall and Winter opening
on Saturday, Sept. 28th.
See our display of Fisks
Hats. Miss Rella Arnold.
Sale Of School Property.
Having consolidated the district of
Paint Lick in Madison County and the
Lowell district, these school houses
and lots will be sold publicly Saturday
Oct 5. The property at Lowell at 10:
a. m. and at Paint Lick at 3:00 p. m.
Terms one-third cash Jan, 1 1913 and
the remainder in one and two years
with good security at 6 per cent
County Board of Education.
W. T. King Auctioneer.
Notice of the disolution of tha Pil
grimage Tobacco Company is hereby
given. By consent in writing of the
owners of all the shares of stock in
said Company its business is closed
and its affairs wound up. If any one
has a claim against said Company they
will present it at once. And this
notice is published in the Central Re
cord, a newspapar in Lancaster, Ky.,
as required by Section 561 of the
Banks Hudaon, President.
Mra. Sue Higgins Wallace died at
the Pattie A. Clay Infirmary in Rich
mond Ky. on last Friday, September
2Qth after an illness of 24 days. Her
remains were interred in the Richmond
Mrs. Wallace was the wife of the
late William Wallace and was in her
63rd year. She was the daughter of
the late Simon and Ja.no Higgins and
was one of eleven Uving; children, nine
of whom survive her as follows :-John
T. Hjgglns of Oklahoma, Jerry Higgins
ojf thfe county Simon Higgins of Louis
ville Ky., Epb... Higgins of California
and Cjbas. F. Higgins of Richmond Ky.
and Mrs. Kittie Sanders of Chicago,
Mrs. A. D. Woods of Stanford Ky.,
Mrs. W. H. Denton of Lexington Ky.,
Mrs. S. W. Paris of Portland Ore. and
Mrs. H. L. Wallace of Paint Lick Ky,
She' is also survived by two, children
Messrs John H. Wallace, ojt Louisville
Ky. and Salem A. WUaee of Lexington
Ky. Ope daughter," Misg Fannie L.
Wallace, cfted, n 1902,. two years previous
.to hxf dath she went as. a. Missionary
of the- Associate Reformed Presbyterian
Church, to, Mexico.
Mra, Wallace yasone of. ft 9ay
noble women w,ho was hjojfft and, ..reared,
near Plaint Lick w,h$re she. resided untU
the year J.9Q& when she rempyed. ta
LexYgtop4Ky. w,here she rsi,dj4 ip to,
the thrig of her deat Slw came of
an old and highly r,$arQted! amjlyand
is connqctq6 TRHLapy. of "the "promi$
jnen fondles. o this. and. Madteea
A Few Articles You Can Buy
In The Large Stock Now
Beds, Brass, Iron and
Bed Room Suits,
Cabinets, Kitchen, Mede-
Chairs, all kinds,
Cradles and Cribs,
Desks, Office and Ladies,
Dining Room Suits,
We do-all kinds of Repairing,
and Upholstering of old Furniture
We make a specialty of mov
ing, Packing and Storing Furni
ture. Call, write or phone- No 5,
T & D
Mouldings, Wall and
Oliver Tepewriters and
Safes, Office and Kitchen
Shirt Waist Boxes,
Tables, all kinds,
uive me.-yoar oraer.' - -
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