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On Winter Styles in every ready made COAT and SUIT in our house. Having depleted our stock of Winter
Any coat that is left, in Fancy Colors at
John Beere Steel Plows.
Oliver Chill and Syraeuse Plows.
BEST PLOWS MADE.
VULCAN PLOWS at reduced
PRICES. Plow Points and repairs
J. R. MOUNT, SON & CO.
We Write Anv Kind of
Office at National Bank.
BEAZLEY & COLLIER
Office over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. Phone 27.
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when the food is not of
the best, try a sack of . .
White Swan Flour
and know the joy of eat
ing fine bread, biscuits,
cake, etc. If all your other food is as good as that baked
from White Swan Flour you certainly are to be envied
Order a Sack to-day and be sure it is White Swan.
Lancaster Elevator Flour Mills
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deposits, loans, colldctions and banking business in gener
al? No. You will find it to your interest to make in
quiries. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company
for dumping a load of
just as you were passing. (B
What harm did he do? It is nice, clean coal. Not a bit of
dirt or stone in it. By the way, don't you need some for
stove, furnace or open grate. We have just the right kind
for every use and we shall be glad to send you all you need
Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Do.
Joseph Mercantile Company.
The Store That Does As It Advertises, All The Time.
Have you investigated
our facilities, our re
sources, our modern
methods and equipment
for handling ordinary
Only having a few Suits left and having ordained that all must
sell in order to give us ample-space for our enormous stock of Spring
Coats, Suits and Dresses. Tour selection is to be had at $9.98 each.
: People VVV I
? A Brief Mtntion of the Comings and
Goings by Thoie Wt Arc InUruted In.
Miss Sarah Danie Is of Paris is the
guest of Mrs. J. M. Mount
Currey Robinson of Lexington was at
home Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. J. W. Whale y of Paris was a
pleasant visitor in our town Sunday.
Miss Birdie Moss of Middlesboro is
here visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wm. B-.
Miss Bet.tie Miller is in Knoxville for
a protracted stay with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Miss Lula McWhorter of Paint Lick
has been visiting her aunt Mrs. W. S
Mrs. Carlton Elkin has been in Casey
county visiting her grand parents Mr.
and Mrs. Kidd.
Misse.- Bessie and Emma Sanders of
Madison county are guests of Miss
Miss Marge rite Kinnaird left Sunday
to visit her cojsin Miss Angle Kinnaird
Mr. Joshua Hu.t who had been qui.e
ill at his home near Hyattsvilla is some
Miss Ella May Jones is spending a
few days at McCieary with he brother
Mr. D. P Jones.
Mrs. C. M. Adams of She.by City Ky.
is visiting her daughter, Mrs Jesse
Miss Rella Arnold left Wednesday fur
St. Louis and other cities to purchase,
her spring millinery.
Miss Annie Miller left Saturday for a
visit to her sister Mrs. Eisner in
Charleston We&t Va.
Mrs. Ada Kinnaiid left the last of
the week for Cincinnati to inspect all
Made with different Baking Powders
From a Series of Elaborate Chemical Tests:
An equal quantity of bread (biscuit) was made
with each of three different kinds of baking powder
cream of tartar, phosphate, and alum and submitted
separately to the action of the digestive fluid, each
for the same length of time.
The relative percentage of the food digested is
shown as follows:
Bread made with
Royal Cream of Tartar Powder;
f 100 Per Cent Digested
Bread made with
168 Per Cent. Digested
Bread made with
I" 67 Per Cert. Digested
These tests, which are absolutely reliable and
unprejudiced, make plain a fact of great importance
to everyone: Food raised with Royal, a cream of
tartar Baking Powder, is shown to be entirely diges
tible, while the alum and phosphate powders are found
to largely retard the digestion of the food made from
Undigested food is not only wasted food, but it
is the source of very many bodily ailments.
the late styles In millinery.
Mr and Mrs. Wm Flannery were
called to Lexington by the illness of
Mrs. Flannery's mother.
Miss Florence Darnall is at the bedside
of Mrs. W. A. Burton, who is quite ill
at her home near Buckeye.
Miss Pearl Ham left last week for
Burksville, Burnside, and Somerset for
a stay with friends and relatives.
The Mary Walker Price Chapter of
the U. D. C. will meet Monday Match
10th. at the home of Mrs. Ed C Gaines.
Mr. Thomas Johnston who has been
quite ill at the home of his son W. Mc
Clellan Johnston in Nicholasville is
Miss Elizabeth Lyne an attractive
young lady of Nicholasville is expected
.shortly for a visit to Mrs. B. F.
Mrs. James Engleman arrived from
Pueble Col. on ast Saturday for an
extended visit to Mrs. Given3 Terrill
and other relatives.
M133 Jenneth Marble who was with
Mrs. Ada Kinnaird the past season will
be with her again and take charge of
the trimming room.
Mrs. J. E Jones of Burkesville, Mrs.
Charlie Tarder of Somerset and Mrs I va
Shannon, of Nerginia have been visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ham and family.
Mr. Tobe Wiley has arrived and 13
superintending extensive repairs oi: his
recently purchased dwelling. He is
quartered temporarily at the Kengar
lan. Miss Elsie Zimmer left Sunday for a
short visit to friends in Cincinnati, after
which she will make an extended visit
to ner uncle Mr. untitles Kenner in
Mesdames David Chenault and Ann
R ibmson let'. Tnuradaj for a sojourn in
Florida. Mrs Robinson will visit
relatives in North and South Carolina
and Georgia before her return.
Senator W. 0. Bradley, a distinguish
ed Lancastrian, after March the 4th
will be the only Republican from the
South and he will make a fight for
Wearing apparel during the
committee positions in the Senate of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Gibb3 have re
the new Congress upon the grounds of f turned from Battle Creek Mich., where
seniority. ; they made a several weeks stay for the
Mrs. E. D. Eads of Stanford is here
for a visit to Garrard relatives.
Mr. Ed. Price was with Dr. and Mrs.
A. S. Price in Stanford Monday.
Mrs. Martha Evans Lusk is reported
very sick at her home on Stanford St.
Miss Allene Bourne
visiting her sister Mrs,
is in Stanford
W. K. Warner.
Mr. R. H Batson is in Louisville for
a visit to Judge Homer W. Batson and
Mrs. W. S. Henry of Lexington is
the guest of her daughter Mrs. Henry
Miss Flossie Mae Sutton of Bryants-
ville has been with her sister Mrs. J. E.
The many friends of Mrs. John M.
Farra are glad to see her out after a
Mrs. Emma Higginbotham and the
Misses Gill were visitors this week in
Fayette's ca, it 1
Misses Martha and Helen Gill have
made a recent visit to Mrs. D. W.
Bridges in Richmond.
Mis3 Minnie Brown returned Wed-
! nesday from a visit to friends in Nich
olasville and Louisville.
Mhs Lottie Carson has returned to
. her home in Stanford after a visit to
her cousin Miss Allie Yantis.
Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Denman of
Nicholasville have been recent guests
of Mr. and H'rs Alex West
Miss Sue Shelby Mason is at home,
j after several days stay with Mrs. La ; ville",and has served as a bone of con
Mount Hankla at Junction City, 'tention between the newspapers of
Mrs Sallte McCormnck and daughters Danville and Somerset upon several
Mesdames James Ramsey and W. 0. occasions. However, the Somerset
Goodloe are all upon the sick list.
Misses Hallie Brown and Ella Henry
were guests the first of the week of
Dr. and Mrs. Brown of Stanford.
Miss Mary Rankin is at home after a
pleasant stay of several weeks with
relatives in Burnside ar.d Somerset.
The members of the Christian
Endeavor Society are preparing to give
an entertainment on the night of the
21st at the Christian church.
; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph E. Robinson
have returned from a visit to Louisville
having gone to see Faversham with his
"all star" cast in Julius Caesar.
Miss Georgia Dtmn returned Monday
from a visit to Lexington, Frankfort
. and Newport in the interest of the
Kentucky Christian Endeavor Union.
Miss Hazel Champ celebrated her 7th
birthday Saturday afternoon at the
home oi her parents on Water street.
Quite a bvey of little girls gathered to
honor the occasion and to feast upon
the dainty refreshments served. The
receiving hours were from 2 to 4.
Mrs. T. M. Wilson and sister Mis3
Joan Mount report an enjoyable stay
at Mardi Gras, they were among the
fortunate who received an invitation to
the big ball given in the Crescent City.
They were also upon the list that was
invited to see the crowning of the
King and Queen.
Friends of the young ccuple in this
city have received the following an
nouncement card. Mrs. George Tark
ington announces the marriage of her
daughter, Monnie Shuttleworth, to Mr.
Fontaine Fox Caldwell, on Monday,
February the third, Nineteen hundred
and thirteen. Louisville Kentucky.
Mr. and Mrs. Saufley Hughes
entertained at a family dining Sunday,
the occasion being the celebration of
the 44th wedding anniversity of Mr.
Hughes parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. D.
Hughes. The Record joins the many
friendfrof this couple in wishing them
many such happv occasions.
Little Miss Elizabeth Logan Simpson
celebrated her fourth anniversary on
the 7th inst with a birthday party
for her little friends. A repast which
appealed strongly to the appetites of
the wee guests was served, after which
many childish games were played. The
popular young lady waa the recipient of
many handsome presents from her many
past few months. The remaining numbers must go.
Black Coats, Your Choice
Denent oi Mrs. uibbs' Health, bhe is
A little daughter arrived at the home
! of Dr and Mrs. H. C. T. Richmond at
i Marshall Okla. on January 31st. The
young lady has been christened Rober
ta Katherine Mrs. Richmond will be
remembered as Miss Halline Arnold,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Arnold
of this county.
Miss Dove Harris, a former Lancas
trian, but now the Principal of the Dan-
t ville Business School, has just been
awarded a certificate to teach by the
Universal Stenotype Co. and now has
five of these machines in her office. In
I addition to her day school she has
I started a night school and & succeeding
in all she undertakes, as all 'Garrard
. County women do.
Miss Annie Royston, a former teacher
in the Lancaster Graded School, but
who, for eight years, has held a high
position in the Chicago schools, has at
no time given up study. Each year
since leaving Lancaster she has taken
up some line of work in the Chicago
University, passing her examinations
with great credit. Miss Royston is as
indefatigable a student a3 she 13 a
teacher and we look some day, to see
her at the head of one of our large
colleges for women.
An Old Bone Of Contention.
A recent issue of the Advocate says:
"rumor has been current in Danville
this week that the shops of the Queen &
Crescent Route now located in Somerset
may be removed to Danville in the near
future". This is not the first time
tnj3 "rumor has been current in Dan.
papers seem to have always had the
' rrM-irl anil n.f ltn An4- ... C
6uwu iu ui iiic luuiiuversy, lurouuier-
set has as yet retained the shops.
A representative of the Record was
shown through the dental parlors of
Drs. Denny & Wheeler recently, and
we are fully satisfied a more complete
and well squipped tooth carpenters shop
is not to be found outside of the large
cities. They have installed every
appliance known to modern dentistry,
and their laboratory, where they propose
to do their own manufacturing is
complete in every detail. Their latest
acquisition is an "aseptic cabinet" in
which to keep their dental tools and
which is constructed wholly of white
enamel and is a thing of beauty as well
as thoroughly antiseptic
Miss Margaret Patterson died at her
home a few miles from Lancaster on
the Buckeye pike on Tuesday night
following a short illness of pneumonia,
and after funeral services at the grave
by Rev. F. M. Tinder, her remains
were interred in the Lancaster ceme
tery at 2 o'clock on Thursday after
Mis3 Patterson was 65 years of age
at me time oi ner aeatn. sue was a
daughter oi the late Judge James M.
Patterson and has a number of rela
tives through the county, being con
nected by relationship with several of
the leading families of the county. She
is survived by two sisters, Mrs. George
F. Brown of this county and Mrs. An
drew Mershon of Tioga Tex. and by
two brothers, James Patterson of
Idaho and William Patterson of Cali
"Miss Mag" Patterson, as she was
lovingly known to a wide circle of
friends and acquaintances, was one of
Garrard county's truly noble women, a
christian in all that the word implies,
her life has been an exemplification of
the true christian spirit, the greater
part of it being spent in the tender
care of her aged parents, one of whom,
her mother, was an invalid, and after
her death, which occurred a few years
ago, she maintained the old homestead,
taking one of her nephews to live with
her. She had been a member of the
Christian church since her early girl
hood, and never missed an opportunity
to attend services. The Record min
gles its regrets with-those of innumer
able friend's at the death of this good
Mrs. Burton I1L
Mrs. William A. Burton the aged
mother of Mr. William B. Burton of
Lancaster is reported seriously ill of
heart trouble at her home near Buckeye
The many friends of this estimable
lady hope for her speedly recovery.
In chunicling events in your com
munications, even if it be but a per
sonal mention, kindly give the time.
If Mis3 Smith visited Miss Jones, say
when, whether last week, last year
as the article loses all interest to the
reader if the time is not given.
Garrard Men In Reyenne Service.
Collector Wiseman .has appointed two
Garrard county men to the Internal
Revenue service; Joe Burnside Jr. In
serving temporarily in Im" office in
Danville, preliminary to be assigned to
field duty, and John H. McQuerry of
the Flatwood vicinity ia on duty at
The examining trial of David Elam
charged with seduction, and which was
transferred to this place from Bourbon
county, occupied two days in the county
court before Judge Ford last week, and
because of the absence of three material
witnesses was continued until today
(Thursday) and i3 in progress as the
Kecord goes to press.
Big Demand For Tobacco Seed.
Many of the raisers of high class
burley tobacco in Garrard county are
accustomed to save seed from their
crops, and in future much more will be
saved than heretofore, as there is a
great demand for it. Local growers
are being besieged for seed and they
cannot supply the demand, which
shows the fame of Garrard county to
bacco. Sad News For Confederate Pensioaers.
It has been found tnat there is not a
dollar in the State Treasurer available
for the payment ot pensions to
Confederate veterans Feb. 5th. was set
apart as the day UDon which the
disbursement was to be made, but at a
conference between Pension Agent
Stone, Treasurer Rhea and Governor
McCreary, the above decision was
reached. It is impossible to say at
present when funds will be available
for the payment of the pensions.
YOUUFIND IT IN THIS COLUMN,
Try our soluble tea and coffee. Cur
We have the agency for the famous
Ferndell brand of goods,
tf. Theo. Currey.
LosT:-Pair of.gold rim spectacles on
or near the Public Square,
pd Steve Owsley.
Currey's is the only place you can
buy Stone's wrapped cake. tf.
Four Bracket Lamps also one twelve
Lamp Chandalier, for sale.
3t-pd Fork Church Society.
We have the New Minute and Knox
Acidulated Gelatine. Currey. tf.
Try a can of Malo on your next cake,
it's fine. Currey. tf.
Bring your Shoulders. Bacon and
Jowls to Curreys. tf.
A handsome oak dining room table
apply at this office.
For Sale At A Bargaa.
Ten or twenty acres.o.f-good land in
high state of cultivation, "with cottage
house. Just outside City limits.
4tPd. S. H. Eates, Lancaster Ky.
Time Table Of The Ken
Leaves Lancaster at. . . .7 30 a. m.
Arrives at Nicholasville 9 40 a. m.
Leaves Nicholasville ... .4 00 p. rr4
Arrives'' at Lancaster. 6 00 p. m.