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COATS and DRESSES
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SUPERB STYLE and UNEXCELLED QUALITY.
A Wonderful Showing of New Fall Styles in the Latest Models Created by Fashion Leaders.
No Waiting On Special Measurements. Our Stocks Are Complete.
With Each RANGE Sold For
Next 30 Days
Set Eluminum Ware FREE.
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.
J. R. Mount, Son & Co.
P whether you are to USE a Flour made from
I Clean, Wholesome Wheat
or one made from Cheap
is made from pure WHEAT by Scientific Mill
ing. We have added a COAL YARD and can
sell you some of the best quality of Coals at
low Prices. Your orders are appreciated.
Garrard Milling Go.
Take Any Beam
You like from our
timber piles. No need
to spend time in look
ing for good ones. s(
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 Co.
Home Phone 3. Office fhpne 18. Lancaster, Ky.
The Joseph Mercantile Company.
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People N N ve
A Brief Mention of the Comings and
Doings by ihose we Are interestea in.
Elder F. M. Tinder left Thursday to
visit friends in Carlisle.
Mrs. Henry Dunn of Danville is with
Lancaster relatives and friends.
Mr. Wade Walker was in Middlesboro
Tuesday for the meeting of Synod.
Mr. R. L. Walker of Nicholasville
was with Lancaster relatives Friday.
Mr. J. P. Prather visited relatives in
Richmond and Madison county last week
Miss Minnie Brown was in Nicholas
ville Sunday the guest of the Misses
Mr. P. M. McCoppin of Hillsboro. 0.
was the guest of Lancaster friends
Mrs. Elizabeth Denny left the latter
part of the week for a visit to friends
Mrs. 0. U. Terrill of Jenkins, Ky. is
here for a visit to her parents Mr. aud
Mrs. Jack Adams.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Haynes of Hills
boro Ohio are the guests of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. Mason.
Mrs. J. B. Paxton and son James of
Stanford have been recent guests of
Mrs. A. C. Robinson.
Miss Van Greenleaf of Riohmond is a
guest this week at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. H. C. Kauffman.
Mrs. H. A. B. Marksbury is at home
after a visit with her daughter Mrs.
Louis Landram of Danville.
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Areold have re
turned to Frankfort after a visit to
Mrs. Ella Bettis and family.
Miss Rachel Henry is in Birmingham
for several weeks visit with her sister
Mrs. Hattie Smith and family.
Portmaster W. T. West is attending
the Postmasters Convention, which is
in session in Louisville this week.
Mr. Owen Goodloe of Springfield was
in Lancaster last week to see his sister
Miss Nancy who is in school here.
Mesdames M. E. Fish and W. D.
Newland of Crab Orchard have been
recent guests of Mrs. Robert Burnside.
Miss Kathleen Walter is at home
again after a protracted visit to her
friend Miss May Burton of Louisville.
The Mary Walker Price Chapter of
the U. D. C. will meet Monday Oct:
14th. at the home of Mrs. J as. Roystan
Mrs. Wm. Dickerson has returned
from Lexington where she was recent
ly operated upon and is now very much
improved in health.
Mrs Elizabeth Denny an unusually
literary woman was recently elected an
honorary member of the progressive
Womans Club of this city.
R. E. Hughes ran down from Louis
ville Sunday in his automobile and took
his mother Mrs. M. D. Hughes and al
so Mrs Saufley Hughes back with him.
Mrs. Ann Walker left Mondayjforher
home in Huntington W. Va. after a
pleasant visit with her daughters Mes
dames B. F. Hudson and W. 0. Rigney.
Mrs. F. S. Miles and children and
Mrs. H. D. Bowera left Saturday for
Birmiugham where they will visit' be
fore returning to their home id Eldorado.
Mrs. B. F. Hudson gave a handsome
dinner party Friday evening at her
surburban home the honor guest being
fler mother iVrs. Ann Walker of Hunt
ington W. Ya.
. little Fairy arrayed in our horqe
Monday, September the Thirtieth,
Nineteen Hundred and Twelve.
14ttl,e Miss Dorothy Alline Philips.
" Dr. and Mrs C.E. Phillips,
128 J. Street
Miss Joan Mount gave a handsome
social affair Tuesday afternoon ijhe
honor guest being Miss Charlotte
Mount of La Grange. The home was
US SHOW YOU.
attractive in folige and cut flowers and
the ices served were quite tempting.
Mesdames R. L. Elkin and J. M. Farra
poured the chocolate for the guests.
G. L. Walter was in Lexingnort
Fisher Herring spent several days
this week in Loiusville.
Misses Jane and Mary Doty were
visitors in Danville Tuesday.
T. K. and J. A. Swope of Lexington
are the guests of Lanoaster relatives.
Miss Jennie Lackey was in Danville
Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Williams of
Lincoln have been visiting Lancaster
Mesdames Mattie P. Frisbie and Ed.
Price were visitors to Danville relatives
Mrs. J. R. Mount is visiting friends
and relatives in Frankfort Covington
and La Grange.
Mrs. Dank Ball has returned to her
home in Indianapolis after a pleasant
visit to Lancaster
Misses Hallie Brown and Ella Henry
have been visiting Masdames E. J.
Brown in- Stanford.
Misses Minnie Brown and Minnie
Gulley have been recent visitors of the
Misses Dickersons at Buckeye.
Mesdames Mollie Swope and W. A.
Moberly of Knoxville Tennessee, are
guests of Mrs. Zarelda Gulley.
Mrs. Joseph Bailey of Washington
Court House Ohio is the guest of Mrs.
W. B. Mason and daughter.
Mr. and Mrs Ollie Carpenter have
returned to Red Rock Oklahoma after
a visit to Garrard and Lincoln friends
Miss Delia Tinder who is teaching
again this year at Greensburg is ex
pected home tomorrow Saturday for
the Tinder and Robinson neptials.
Mrs. W. H. Brown is in Stanford
visiting Dr. and Mrs. E. J. Brown.
She has been quite ill having very re
cently undergone an operation and is
now reported recovering.
The following announcement has
been received here. Mr. and Mrs.
James Bogie of Mt. Sterling announce
the engagement of thejr daughter Miss
Arabella Bogie to Mr. Webster Perit
Huntington a wealthy business man of
Cleveland Ohio. The prospective and
attractive bride has often visited Miss
Joan Mount of this city.
Mr. J. L. Wiggins and wife, Mr, J. S.
Leach and wife and Mr. J. A. Forbes
of Wilson N. C. were registered at the
Kengarlan this week, Mr. Wiggins is
associated with Mr. W. B. Burton in
the horse business, as is Mr. Forbes,
while Mr. Leach is a prominent tobacco
buyer and is well known on all the Cen
tral Kentucky breaks.
Mrs. Fred P. Frisbie gave an enjoy
able dinner party Saturday afternoon
at 3 o'clock, the guest ot honor being
her grandmother Mrs. Ann Walker of
Huntington, W. Va. Some 18 or 20
guests were invited to honor the former
Lancaste'rian whose friends are too
numerous to mention. The home was
prettily decorated with cut flowers,
nalma and fern and the menu served
was quite palatable and the occasion
quite a memorable one to tne nonoree.
Owsley Cox bought through Hughes
& Swinebroad of A. J. Wells a residence
on Water street, price private. Mr.
Cox will remove to his new purchase
$300. Fine Mrs. Helen Lane Given This
Punishment For The Killing Of Her
Husband In Danville A Few
Mrs. Helen Lane who shot and killed
her husband, in, Danville recently was
tried in the Boyle county court last
week and her punishment was fixed at
a fine of ?300. Richard Williams of
Flat Rock, McCreary county, Mra.
Lane's divorced husband was on hand
Iand replevied the fine for three months
arid she was set at liberty. r
Harvey Estes Becomes Editor Of A New
Religious Publication At
The Baptist Recorder is to be the
name of a new weekly publication at
Georgetown Ky., which will be devoted
to the promoting of Baptist interests
in Central Kentucky. Harvey M. Estes
is to be the managing editor. Mr.
Estes is the son of Mr. S. H. Estes of
this place and is a very bright young
man, and is not unknown to the literary
world, he having written several poems
and composed a song.
T. K. Watson Chairman of Young Men's
Some several days ago there was
organized in the State of Kentucky, a
branch of the National Young Men's
Democratic club, with Hon. Stanley F.
Reid as State chairman and Hon. Gib
ney Oscar Letcher Vice Chairman, the
latter being a relative of Hon. W. B.
Mason of this city. Hon. J. M. Farra
was appointed district chairman for the
eighth district of Kentucky and upon
his recomendation Mr. Reid has ap
pointed Mr. T. K. Watson as the county
chairman of Garrard county. The se
lection of Mr. Watson is a good one as
he a true democrat and for the past
few years has worked hard for the
democratic party in Garrard county
and has at all times done all in his
power to promote democracy. He is
already hard at work and has appoint
ed young democrats in every precinct
in trie county as his deputies, whose
duties are to get out the young democ
rats and get them interested in the el
ection of Wilson and Marshall, especial,
ly those who will cast their first or sec
ond Presidential vote. Mr. Watson
has appointed.the following young demo
crats as the precinct leaders in their
respective precincts:- Court house,
Cleveland Bourne- East Park Bascom
Ford- West Park, J. J. Walker Jr.
Union, Jack Edwards- Pt. Lick. Harry
McWhorter- Buckeye, Otto Simpson
East Bryantsville, Hogan Ballard,
West Bryantsville, Dr. B. C. Rose,
Walker School House J. C. Jones.
Contracts Awarded For The Improvements
To Three Bidders And Work Will
Begin At Once And Be
Rushed To A
The City Council in accordance with
their advertisement, met on Tuesday
night to open the bids for the proposed
improvements to the local water works
system. At least a dozen bids were
received for the different parts of the
work and several representatives were
present to press the claims of the res
pective bidders. After careful con
sideration and going over the various
bids with the supervising engineer Mr.
C. N. Crawford Jr. of Lexington Ky.,
the contracts were let to three different
firms for the various parts of the work.
The Tank contract was awarded to the
Chicago Bridge & Iron Co. of Chicago
Ills, at 5110. The tank is to be erect
ed on a latticed iron stand 140 feet in
height, is to be modern in every re
spect and is to have a capacity of
1000,000 gallons per day. The Filter
contract was awarded to the Greer
Filter Co. of Pittsburg Pa. for 2250,
The filter is to be of the gravity type,
the best filter known to modern science
with, a capacity of 100,000 gallons per
day and the water, guaranteed 98 per
cent pure. The work on the dam, a
five foot increase in height was award
ed to Mr. J. A. Moynahan of Richmond
Ky. Mr. Moynahan submitted two
bids for 2900. and 2600. respectively,
and the Council has not yet decided,
just which proposition they will accept.
All of the contractors are to give
good bonds for the-faithful and proper
completion of their work, and the work
is to begin at once, and with the ex
ception of the tank will be completed
before the first of the year.
The City Conncil will he ablQ. to do
the work contemplated in the improve
ment of the water plant with the $12,-
000, voted; for the purpose, and. wjjUL
have a little money Jef .
I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN,
Boarding house for rent. Mrs. Hallie
B. Sweeney Bryantsville Ky. 10-4-4t.
Lost: Friday night between Conn's
and Herron's a wide, plain gold ring.
Return to Simpson House and receive
Recleaned seed wheat $1.10
Hill onions 51.00
Hill onion sets 2.00
Walter E. Moss, Phone 354-F.
One of the best farms in Shelby
County for Sale. 177 acres, good
improvements, plenty water. 3 mile3
from Simpsonville, 7 miles from Shel
byville. S.'H. McMakin.
10-4-2t Shelby ville Ky. R. F. D.'No. 2.
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 2i miles from Hyatts
ville, you can pay for this at 70.00
S. H. Aldridge Hyattsville, Ky., or
J. I. Hamilton Lancaster.
Taxes are due. Come in and pay
them promptly and avoid the penalty
which goes on in a short time. Water
rates will also soon be due and must be
paid promptly. Have your money
ready. The improvements to the
streets, the expense of keeping them
up and the genera! running expenses of
the town takes money just the same as
it takes money to run your business.
We have taken advantage of the low
price of coal prevalent early in the
season and purchased a sufficient supply
to run the water plant through the
winter. This coal must be paid for.
My office is now at the shop of Judge
E. W. Harris. Call there and settle
your water rate and taxes promptly.
If I am not there Judge Harris will
issue a receipt. L. E. Herron. 10-6-3t.
In Mammoth Cave
The Dry Fall Outing To Kentucky's
Great Subteranean Wonder, Or 200
Miles Under Ground Wednes
day, Oct. 16.
Arranged for private and select
parties, home people and their visi
tors. River low, echo grand, and
cave dry. The time to see Mam
moth Cave when at its best.
Round-trip railroad fare $5.65 from
Lancaster and all way stations on
regular train 5:15 a. m. Board at
Cave Hotel from arrival for supper
until after breakfast morning of
the third day, also including the
two trips through the cave for
$6.50. Limit on ticket 10 days.
Write or phone L. & N. Agent.
"For many years I was troubled, in
spite of all so-called remedies I used.
At last I found, quick relief and cure
in those mild, yet thorough and
New Life Pills
Adolpb. Schinseck, Buffalo, N.Y.
25 CENTS PER BOTTLE AT ALL DRUGGISTS.
Grover Shoes S
Fruit & Ornamental
Rhubarb, Peonies, Ros
es Phlox, Etc.
Growers of What we Sell.
Write for free Catalogue. No Agts.
H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons.
J A BEAZLEY
Office Phone 31. Residence Phone
BOURBON REMEDY CO..
Enclosed find photo of hog- that was cared of
cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Rem
edy. This hog was almost dead before using
the medicine, and then was entirely cured, ex
cept loss of ears. tail. etc. Thehogls owned by
Mr. Skfles Ewing, of Bowling Green. Ky. He
will be glad to give yon a testimonial, and we
can get several more tf you want them.
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Bowling Green, Ky.
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Last year thousands oi
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A Cal-Stno Powder
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