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PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT
LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1913.
IWENTT THIRD YEAR.
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A COMPLETE LINE OF
Heating Stoves, Cooking
Stoves and Ranges.
Grates, Grate Baskets, Fire
Backs and Fire Brick.
Anything You Want in
Coats, Gun Cases and
Live and Let Live.
' Are we to have a light on the water '
See the Old Maid's transform into
blooming young girls.
Don't forget February 2nd. is
"Ground Hog's day."
Last Saturday was the anniversary
of the birth of Gen. Robert E. Lee.
The sloppy weather has brought
sidewalks vividly to our minds, we must
have them this spring.
Wheat is looking unusually pretty for
this time of year, and we hear of none
being ploughed up as yet.
Camnitz Buys Store.
Many of the base ball fans and
friends of Howard Camnitz will be glad
to know that he has purchased a gener
al merchandise store near Danville and
will spend his vacation there.
J Owing to high water in the past two
weeks there has been a partial fruit
famine in Lancaster, the merchants in
the cities being unable tc secure fresh
fruit from the south, and consequently
unable to supply their country trade.
Excellent Colored Woman Dies.
Sarah Schooler and excellent colored
woman died last Friday afternoon of
cardiac asthma, and after an elaborate
funeral Sunday afternoon, her remains
i were interied in the colored cemetery.
1 Sarah for many years has been the cook
,of Mrs. U. D. Simpson, and Mr3
I Simpson says she is at a loss as which
! way to turn to replace her.
Amusing Comedy, The Old Maids Club.
Lancaster will be treated to one of
the best and most amusing local talent
shows ever given in our town next
Tuesaay night. This play entitled
"The Old Maids Club", is given under
the auspices of the Womans Club and
has been gotten up by Miss Sara Dan
iels of Paris, which should be unmis
takable evidence of the fact that it
will be good from start to finish.
Miss Daniels is an artist in any role
she assumes and she will be ably as
sisted by fourteen local amatuer ar
tists. This attraction is full of fun
from the rise of the curtain and w e
predict that every one who possibly
can will avail themselves of the op
portunity to see it.
Your Bills are past due,
I need money to meet my
obligation. Please come in
and settle at once. Rella
PLEASE CALL AND
Settle at Once.
I need the money to meet my obligations
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This in the face of the fact that
there was much wet Tobacco in
Evidence. After the wet Tobacco
clears away, better prices than
ever are confidently expected,
Farmers are urged not to use undue haste in rush
ing their Tobacco to market, and to observe every pre
caution to keep it dry and in good condition.
Bring Your Tobacco where you get a square deal
and the best prices, to the
Allen Hieatt, Secty. H. C. Bright, Prest.
A Conscientious Job
We desire to convince you that you can leave your
plumbing to us and rest assured of receh ingr a plumbing
equipment installed the way jou want it and which will
stay that v. ay.
How -will we do it? By. giving you a detailed
specification fully covering the work to be done and
e will guarantee all w ork
to be done in accordance
with the specification.
A further assurance of
lasting satisfactory equip
ment will be to hae us
install 'tomfard" plumb
ing fixtures which are
guaranteed by the- manu
facturers to give 5 or 2
years service ''according to
grade), but w ill most likely
give you many more ears
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More Money For County Teachers.
Miss Jennie Higgins asks us to state
that another months salary due the
county teachers is readv for distribu
Sadie Russell Anderson, daughter of
Mrs. Pattie Anderson died at the home
of her mother on Richmond street in
this city at 11 o'clock on the night of
the 19th inst of typhoid fever, and after
funeral services at the grave by Rev.
Tinder the remains were placed at rest
in the Lancaster cemetery at 4 o'clock
on the following, Monday, afternoon.
The death of the young lady was a
particular sad one because of the fact
that another sister, Miss Patsy, lies ill
at the home of the same malady, and it
was feared to tell her of the passing
away of her sister, to whom she was
devoted, for fear that it would materially
injure her condition.
Sadie Anderson was well known and
extremely popular in Lancaster because
of her cheerful disposition -and polite
manner. She was 19 years of age and
a student of the High School, and was
a favorite with her class mates; even in
the days of her extreme illness she
would wave her hand to them from the
window of her sick room when they
would pass. Her illness was of short
duration, the disease in its early stages
assuming a malignant form, and all the
care of a loving mother and sisters, the
attendance of nurses and physicians
The hand of affliction has indeed
fallen heavily upon this good family,
another sister. Miss Alberta, being at
this time convalescent from a severe
siege of the same disease.
To the heartbroken mother, brother
and sisters, the hearts of the entire
community goes out in tenderest
sympathy in their great affliction, and
the sincere hope is voiced on all sides,
and is1 heartily" joined in by the Record,
that the sister who is yet so ill may be
spared and may -rapidly recover from
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Prominent Lincoln County
Official Serously In
jured and Companions
While returning from Lexington
Wednesday night, where the Hon. W.
S. Burch, county attorney of Lincoln
county, and prominent attorney, ac
companied by Mr. Tom Pence, hard
ware and implement merchant of Stan
ford, had been in the interest of Lin
coln county concerning the purchase of
road machinery, the auto in which
they were riding driven by Mr. Walter
Glover skidded and ran into a telephone
pole on the road side completely de
molishing it. Mr. Burch's injuric
were very painful and serious and are
probably fatal. His leg was broken
between the knee and thigh and some
internal injury received. Mr. Glover
had his ankle broken and Mr. Pence
considerably and painfully bruised
The injured parties were removed to
the Good Samaritan Hospital at Lex
ington for treatment. The accident
happened between Nicholasville and
Camp Nelson in Jessamine county a
few miles from Nicholasville.
Skidding of the machine, and the
driver thereby loosing control was the
cause of the accident. Friends here
expressed much regret of the unfor
tunate accident to the popular parties
and hope that they all may soon recover
oi the injuries
Next Monday Court Day.
Next Monday will be County Court
day and a large crowd i3 expected in
town. The farmers-are well up with
their work and if they hive anything
to sell in the way of mules, cattle or
hogs they are higher Ihan Was ever
known and no doubtmany head, will be
on tne market.
For a few days we will make
Special Prices on Buggies, Wag
ons and Harness.
W. J. EOMANS.
i Meats 1
Only The Best.
DflVrDSON & D0Y
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