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Fron The Land of N PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 2 1910 I CE ALRiECORD The hI NUDlBEIt 34 i t TilE Lancet ti PLUMBING HOT Let us make you prices can save you some money We are head quarters 1j for Galvanized roofing can ff S furnish on short noticeJ CJi H BROT Lancaster Ky There is a lot of otter Flour but none like Glen Lily White louse FOR QUALITY Be sure and call for these brands when you want GOOD FLOUD WE MAKE IT PHONE 47 i Garrard Milling Company 1 4 i 4 LANCASTER KENTUCKY I i f s I i J i tt I W I AND r I STEAM 1 t i 1 B Sift rRStI COI 8tl 2 twf c Z 111111111IiJIIIIIIIIllllllllllllllli IIllii7 i t i i i i of 1- i I I 1IIIIJII III IIIIIIIIlllllltlI j 3 a l S S r- I wftTugf g HEATUL 5 f t a Y ROOFINL 3 s ff D 4 s 4 2 4 4 a 5 5 era a 4 Y d v 3 4 3 The Old Hickory Wagon with the late improvements is the Strongest and Lightest Running Wagon made See me before you buy w i BOM ANS Lancaster KentuckyJ i SEE BATSONS XMAS STORE SATURDAY DECEnBER 3rd I Jacob Josephs many friends lad to know that he has recovered from bis recent illness have been brought home by his wits Mis Fannie and Bettie West will entertain Rev F M Tinder Bible Class in honor of Miss Nell Johnston whom we regret to learn will Lancaster within a f w days class membership is near about and we are anxious that as many mem bers as possible will be present Tburs day evening Dec 1st 730 P M Mrs Nellie Coffey col aged 65 years departed this life Nov 21 1910 has been an invalid for quite a while j hpr remains was laid to rest at home cemetery at Davistown Garrard Co Nov 23 1910 Shs was wife ol John Coffey blessed are the dead that die in the She is survived by a bus hand and five children two boys John and Ilaidin Coffey who are in known land The Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U D C met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs James A Royston and most appetizing refreshments were served The following officers were chosen for the ensuing year 1911 Mrs Mattie Frisbie was President Mrs Fred P Frisbin 1st Vice President Mrs John Mount 2nd Vice President Mrs Rebecca West Honorory Vice President for life Mrs Fannie Farra Chaplain Miss Mary Doty Recording Secretary Mrs E C Gaines Cornsponding Secretary Mrs B F Hudson Historian Mrs James A Royston Treasure Mrs S C Denny Registra Glace At LaWL The first of the year i almost here so please glance at the label on your paper and if you owe us kindly stop iu or mail us a check to pay your sub scription one sear in advance will need the money during Christmas so please dent disappoint Cowl Day Monday was a cold rainy day and but f w p ople were in town although circuit court convened and county court also Very buisness was transacted tubers being only about 100 cattle at the stock pens which broug ht from 3i to 5 cents per pound Most of the people being busy in their tobac co accounts for the absent ones Local Deg Was Hudstae Prize Sportan 18 year old fox hound owned by Mr W A Arnold of this place won the Derby stake at the National Fox Hunters meeting in CrabOrchard This is quite an honor when you take into consideration that there were dogs entered from all over the country The stake won by Sport amounted to within the neighborhood of 100 and Mr Arnold had numerous offers from the assembl ed fox hunters to buy the prize dog One gentleman from Fayttte county came to Lancaster and finally succeed ed in purchasing the dog at a fancy figure EstesMeadews A very pretty wedding occured Nov ember 30th Mr Ollie Estes son of Mr and Mrs S H Estes of Lancaster and Miss Susie Meadows daughter of Mr and Mrs John Meadows of Hyattsville were urshered from the home of the bride by Misses Lyda Criscillus Lo retta Tavlor and Messers Elmer Ham Jesse Baird to the home of Rev O P Bush wheri they were quietly marri ed After which they assembled at the home or the groom where they were greeted by their many friends and a delicious dinner This coup bids fair to a very happy and success ful career in life 603 the belt Nnber On last Nov 26th a large crowd the demonstration of Haselden Bros which was in charge of Mr L A Koons representing Tiie Free Sew ing Machine Co and they did what they had advertised to do by giving away one of the Sewing Machine Com panies Celebrated Free Machines It was demonstrated to the crowd that this wonderful machine would sew with ease accuracy and with perfect 3tiches such naterial as the finest of cloth to the thickest of leather and yard sticks without changing the ten lion Miss Lucy Walker Doty and Mr Hurt were the judges and the crowd decided that the first drawn from the can after all the tickets were well mixed would be the lucky number which was held by Mrs J E Uaselden Bros were very fortunate in securing the agency for this wonderful machine which is one more of the many good things added to their large stock of goods If you bavnt seen this machine it will be time well spent for you to call at Haselden Bros store where wilt take pleasure in sbowlnf it to yi Mr are sufficiently to The forty 51 She the i I some un Price I We- S I lit tIe I I I I I J Frazier G number wl K t leave reelected attended Ball s Craft tat The regular November term of Garrard Circuit Court convened last Monday morning with Judge Lewis Walker on the bench Judge Wai ice made a very strong and impressive charge to the grandjury in which told them that he felt a very great in terest in the welfare of this and its people as he had always lived here and expected so to spend the re mainder of his days He called their special attention to the violation local option law the election law the fish and game law gambling law law against carrying concealed weapons and asked that the grandjury indict any one who may be running or suffer ing a nuisance and called especial at tention to our dilapidated old Court house and the great need of the imme diate repairing of same including the record rooms which are in a fearful cot dtion and make it almost impossible for any one to find a record A large crowd of people eager to hear the new judges first charge to a Garrard County jury assembled in the court room and listened very attenta tively to what he had to say and a great many compliments were passed as the crowd left the court room Judge Walker has now held court in every county in the district and ev ery news paper in the district speaks very highly of his manner of court The lawyers of Danville Harroasburg and Stanford speak of his ability and the prompt manner in which he facilitates the business which is a great saving to the common wealth and a help to the lawyers and litigantsHon A Hardin our efflc lent commonwealths attorney is here and as usual is doing his duty It is now known that he will have no oppo for the democratic nomination for Circuit judge as he is the only an nuunced candidate for the place His many friends in Garrard are greeting him with glad to see you Judge Har din I am for you Mr Hardin has made a splendid record as common wealths attorney and all who know him believes that be has the ability to acceptably fill the office of Circuit judge County attorney J E Robinson is tilling the office of county attorney and is endeavoring to see that all the violators of the law are given their just dues Sheriff Ballard and Robin son are doing their duty and are keep ing perfect order The smiling face of Sheriff can always be seen in the court room eager to perform well his duties Keg Mason the best circuit clerkin the state and we are tempeed to say the best one in the United States is at his post of duty Uncle Jack Adams is watching every thing go off smoothly and is taking care of the prisoners The resignation of Hon W I Wil liams as Master Commissioner and F S Hughes as jury commissioner was accepted and Mr R H Batson was ap pointed Master Commissioner and F G Hurt jury commissioner Both these gentlemen are capable of per forming well the duties of their office and we do not think Judge Walker could have found two better men for the places Mr Batson has been a leading worker in the republican par ty for many years and deserves soma reward for the earnest work he hasgiv en the party The following gentlemen compose the grandjury Messrs Luther S Gibbs John Mar cee Henry Cox H G King James Dalton Norman Grow James Onstot P Burdette John Walters Clark C T Goins add John An derson Following compose the petit jury Milton Mahan William Sebastin L James Hill Terrill Nathan Pollard Dave Swope Frank Holtclaw John White W R Gott Raymond Bay J M Farra Sam Sutton Printiss Walker Woods Walker Taylor Burdett David Sutton J W Palmer Joe Bonn T S Rankin Alex Dean Hit am Ray Frank Spratt J L Jones No very important cases have been tried so far The ease of the common wealth against William Marsh and Henry Creacn was thrown out of court on demurrer Charles was fined 10000 andcosts for shooting on the public highway Thornton Mullins was fined 5000 and costs for assault and battery In the case of the com monwealth W R Gott and Dr Kinnaird for running a nuisance and the latter for allowing a nuisance on his property the jury failed to agreeThe upon its motion di rected the Fiscal court of Garrard County to provide a good and sufficient water closit properly equipped with water fixtures adjacent to circuit court the L he county of sit Ion Robinson D William R Givens 1iMfdlreclIIdcoutliQ j i f P 4 conducting Campbell against court own too hire d thereof repaired over the circuit and the plastering Also direct ed them to provide an additional con sultation room All this work to be Hi isbed before the next regular of the Gurrird Circuit Court Mrs E E Dannels who has been quite sick of a complication of troub les at her home in the country is im proving under the close attention of Dr Kinnaird and Miss Sutton Sale of Town Property Hughes Swinebroad sold for Mrs Anna B Singleton her dwelling and Lexington Street to Alex Wal ker Price private Possession Janu ary 1st 1911 Shop Early For several years an effort has been made to lessen the extra pressure of work which during the holiday sea son falls on the salespeople in shop says Margaret E Sangter in the Womans Home Companion for Dec ember On those who deliver goods on the postoffice empioyes and in the express offices the country through Never have I seen young women so tired haggard and dragged out as are those who serve the public In the weeks preceding Christmas The hours at that time are much longer j than usual and the endeavor is to meet the demands of anxious and hur ried customers who do not kiow what they want and are bewildered amid the variety of tempting articles Physically and mentally the clerks J messengers cashiers and eyery one I concerned in mercantile pursuits are worn to shreds Much of their fatigue might be prevented were buyers siderate and if the caution come late for this year will not these who need it make a note for another sea Books and packages sent by mail and gifts transmitted by express as well as the vast bulk of Christmas correspondence should stretch over December instead of being congested in the two or I Christmas Big Corn Show In the annual c rn show given last Monday by Mr Ed Gaines the insur ance man of this place four premiums were offered as follows 1st 20 tarpou lin 2nd SlOuvercoat 3rd 5 hat 4th one yrs subscription to the Record In this contest there were nearly 100 competitors It was the biggest corn show ever held here The lt prize was captured by Mr James House a prominent and prc i gressive farmer near town whose en try was a very fine variety of white fj corn grown on the old Pony Beaz ley place The 2nd prize was won by x Mr Clay Sutton another representa j live captain of Agricultural Industry this corn consisting of a long eared ij white variety and having long smooth kernels and small cob The 3rd prize was taken by Mr I Thos Cbappele this corn was also grown on Mr Suttons place lust north townThe 4th prize was won by Mr James Denny a popular prosper ous farmer of the Point Leave This corn show was a fine exhibition and gave vise to a interest throughout the whole county It not only shows that we have enterprising and uptodate lords of the soil but it shows as well the amazing fertility of all this region In these respects we defy Next year 31 r Gaines hopes to hold another similar contest which promises to be even more interesting if possible thanthe one just given WHO IS WHO Plan Of The testExpIaM Below In our next issue will a full explanation of the Who Is Who contest which has excited very interest about the town for the past week Tile full plan of the contest is follows We will print in our issue of Dec a page of advertisements twenty or thirty of the various business firms of our city The point about these ads will be that a descrip Jon of each merchants business will given but his name will be omitted The puzzle will be to guess the names f the merchants the advertisements represent Each ad will be numbered written answers to the puzzle by number will be required Thecontest is to to the party giving the nearest number of correct answers a cash prize of will be given the next successful contestant will get9300 and the third 82 00 It does not cost a cent to guess and ev erybody is invited to take a shot It is good advertising for the merchanta is the taut of the town Look out for weeks will contain the puzzle in full In the issue following y of the winners arid the solhtioB of the enigma will I i Ii I t It toot 14 I I three days before I I II m iJill iI I ii s1 1 I appear Ias 9th 1be I500 6li courtroom meeting loon displayed sun and neighborhood widespread competition general representing and open everybody and and incidentally next paper Which the names tie given out X01exex S T 0 Y E S lii BEST HEATER MADE I Come and we will show you why HASELDEN BROS xe 1 YeXeXsl r csx xer YI l rej DIGGING in the subject of coal you will find that our coal is by far the best We are handling that kind and we would like to con deeper vince yu Save money by buying wellscreened high coal from us which we at living prices Lancaster Lumber Mfg B u Y I grade are selling Cot and let me Finish your pic tures for you I l J 0LB l Gt S y E I SJ S Ti OF John M McRoberts IN TOWN For Less Money J R Mount Son Co Kancaster Ky Ii I I I Ip 4 j 0 rrMwrwMw w- wBStOVeS M dYYlA1 NYIIMMYIIII l CENTRAL RECORD MnntD WXKKLY GREEN CLAY WALKER EtfHar ClftM District PuMtetwr LM H Far PMItiMil Aaaaaaaaaiaata For Precinct and City Offices f 500 For Count Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 1 For all publications in the of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce Hon Charles A Hardin a candidate foi Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial at the November election 1911 subject to the action of the party iMfitf Apart Kairaafc The National Grangers in session at Atlantic Citv demand the most drastic regulation of railroads and cheaper rates The hostile feeling against railroads is especially strong in the Granger breast though hostili ty is decreasing in the ratio of increase of intelligence We beard ajudge say years ago that there were two things that could not get justice in negroes and railroads Another judge said when the was passed enabling nine men to find a verdict in a civil case it was done to make the railroads buy three jurors instead of one but he evidently had both a poor opinion of the average juror and of the honesty of railroad attorneys A prejudice against a railroad is not a creditable trait They have rights guaranteed them under the laws and there are legal provisions to protect the public from an abuse of those rights They should be accorded full justice and the man who feels that he can not give them a fair trial should want to be excused from a jury Be should tell the Court of his weaknessLexifigt Herald The Circuit court room has needed work on it for some time and we are glad to note that Judge Walker has ordered the fiscal court to flit it up the next term of court It will take about f1000 or possibly l500 to do the work One step in the right direction now lets all the people join together and have the entire building remodeled especially the record room to the County clerks office It will take something like 500000 to do this and fiscal court can do nothing uutil the people vote the money It is hard to say which one of the aloes prominent men will be select ed by the democratic party to run for President There is no reason rush as we have plenty of good in Baron Wilson Gaynor Dix and several others Lets get the best one and take our time about it for the one selected is sure to be the next President and we all want a good one Editor Sbelton Saufley of the Stan ford Interior Journal was in town Court Day He tells us that be has just purchased a new Michle Press which is the finest made and that in a short tine be will move from the eld quarters of the I J to a down stairs rooaa Mr is a hustler and has about the finest plant we know of and is a good newspaper man Old Grump has lost his grouch hii face is lit up with a happy smile the first smile for months What can the matter be Why all this BBCOmoB mirth The answer is easy He has discovered the Who Is Who contest he has the habit All the week be has been trying to Igure out who it was that said meet me face to face and who is it that will feather your nest cash or easy raj seats He says he is going to cap that prize at Lancaster because be is dead OB to all the business ten of the towsNo doubt you too are acquainted with the Doslaess men of Lancaster Get busy on the Who Is Who and beat the old man to that prize coney If you dont hit first place you may come in a happy second or third Then you too will display that stile that wont come off You will also have the habit Sojust keep your eye oa The Central Record aad there M aaoaey in the Who Is Who contest for you The very grave seemed to yaws Robert Mattees of Wert BurliB tM after seven weeks ia tte hospital erf the best physic his up Tbea was the BMnrelDUS curative tower of Leo tric Bitten For aftereight swaths rrrightfalMferiaff frost liver troo hie ad yellow jaaadlce getting BO help frost other reawdies or doctors flre hotttas of BMtcbtost saedteiae eeaptotely eared bisk Its positively fsr fteaMch LIvarerKid iMhltt aai diaspaaiatt Oalf Me ft K Mcftoharto Sea IlrcQafObTED IUD TEAL I I Ky A8sec1at1 and LeRnI1r DeceM Z interest Democratic Kentucky law FOIl Baldwin Saull y IsrHan any Remember Jslie before Iowa wile four pie lib nm A 7 S swNreg Me left is Lsaceeaer searedcteu Yaia M Ue- rMmr r Pr s Ky r tl10 Rates District before material Si eJ i 1 this lwrMsi My serer y a I Y 1a- Y SthMl fchf The report for third month shows the following enrollment and at tendanoeGrade Boys Girls Attendance Primer 16 27 94 per cent First 12 17 97 per cent Second 11 13 97 per cent Third 18 14 97 per cent Fourth 15 13 96 per cent Fifth 10 13 97 per cent Sixth 15 7 93 per cent Seventh 7 11 97 per cent Eighth 16 14 97 percent Ninth B 18 98 percent Tenth 2 4 100 per cent Eleventh 4 6 98 per cent Twelfth 1 2 100 per cent Total 136 159 97 per cent Four grades the first the eighth the tenth and the eleventh had no tardy marks against them and there fore will get a half holiday during the month The Honor Boll for the month is as follows Eleventh grade Charles Dunn i Tenth grade Frank Tinder Maggie Brown Mattie Adams Kate Hultz clawNinth grade Mary Johnston Marie Ballard Elizabeth Collier Lucian Grant Bernie Lear Emma Walker Mamie Calico Mary Holtzclaw Jen nie Lawrence Mary Clay Williams Eighth grade Jennie Cox Bessie Cox Helen Robinson Viola Tiibble Seventh grade Uabel Arnold Annie Belle Ballard Mamie Stormes Dunn Palmer Johnston Mae Powell Ora Prather Carrie Reid Jamie Terrell Sixth grade Katheriue Bourne Su Bert Embry Dalton Klch Joe West Fifth Pollard Georgia Moss Charlie Elmore Sallie Cox Nel lie Cox Annie Powell Vanetta Spoon amore Will Rice Amon Woodford Williams Addle Todd Willie Kavan augb Alice Bigney Mary Owsley Harry Brown Fourth grade John Harvey Estes Mildred Beasley James SlIer Annie Reid Mary Lee Lear Christine San ders Gladys Frisbie Mirlyn Walker Wilma Henry Val Cook Robert Brown Jessie Austin Third Bell Romans George Swlnebroad Bowman Grant Clayton Morrow Bernice Champ Mar garet Cook Maud Conn Clay Miller Mary Adams Vivian Prather Claude cnn Pearl Dickerson Joe Ballou William Kinnaird Hudson Frisbie Coleman Arnold Wesley Brown Dick erson Willie Christine Sanders Min nie May Robinson Second grade Tbelma Hamilton Josephine Burnside Stella Henry Mary Brown Marihy Ward Sweeney Lilian Estes Richard Boyle Min nie Conn Bradford Williams Sue Fisher Respess Tommy Walker Neal Elmore Mitchell Tinder Charlie Conn Sallie Pollard First Brown Stsl la Brown Lucile Ballou Eugene Coch ran Elisba Carrier Lawrence Dicker son Sallie Crooke Gregory Portor Hudson Robert Hagan Minnie Jen nings Ida Murphy Elizabeth Middle ton Eagenia Muss William Partin Bettie Respess Walker Bobiuson Russell Sanford Isabella Terrill Primergrade Lula Anderson Ruth Austin Saria Bland Mattie Lee Cox Henry Cox Gertrude Conn Judith Daniels Johnetta Farra Francis Grant Jane Haselden Cecil Henry Anna Fay King Hester Lamb George Lawsun Bebekab Slier Elizabeth Terrill John William Tinder Henry Clay Vickers Yantis Embry Hagan GraaesPtrter A pleasent surprise comes to the many friends of Miss Beula Grimes of this place who was quietly married to Mr W H Porter in Stanford Wednesday evening at seven thirty oclock The bride was attired in a becoming blue match the groom will be remembered here as a worthy upright cluislian gentleman and has won for himself one of our fi nest young women the many friends extend them happy congratulations Large boose Bumper crops led by corn with the greatest harvest ever gathered were produced by the farmers of the Uni ted States during this year In a review of crop conditions the bu reau of statistics of the department of agriculture says The harvests of 1910 have been practically completed with the re sults exceeding the expectations dur tog the growing period Preliminary estimates have been made of the of most of the important crops from which it appears that the aggregate productions of crops in 1910 are approximately 76 greater than the crops of 1909 and about 91 greater than the average annual pro duction of the preceding five years Prices tor important crops averaged on November L about 54 per cent low er than a year ago The production of other crops in 1910 expressed in percentage of the average production In recent years notcoaapared with full crop is esti ated as follows Peaches 1131 hops 1069 broom corn 105 4 cranberriw 105 5 sweet 1041 sorgham 1049 1025 peanuts 1025 cabbage 1002 Lima beaus 100 kafir corn 991 pears 989 beans dry 988 cantalopes watenaekma 97 onions 965 hemp 96 5 toaiatoes 437 clover seed 936 strawberries 915 grapes 882 apples 858 Millet seed raspberries 78 blackberries 766 The condition of other crops corn pared with average conditions at near gatheriag tame was Sugar case 1641 rice 102 3 sugar beets 100 9 oas 993 cottoa 989 waacwtS I Mo a City Paints a trite act WUC C J IkttfconMfc 1 the I si9 Conn gradeLucy GradeCarrIe X gradeChristine suitor hat and to per cent 973 85 7 or COlt 1S Elizabeth gloves general productions potatoes asparagus r lea M Large Bine Mr T O Hill has just returned from Troy Ohio where he purchased large draft stallion from Mr Dan Longendelpber for 900 This stallion weighs 1930 pounds and has fine style and has never been in a show ring The horse is eight years of age and is one of the best ones of the kind that we have ever seen Mr Hill will keep Him at his place in Buckeye The practice of writing on news papers and packages Imparting some Information to relatives or friends on papers or parcels mailed them has so thoughtless and ignorant that the 10 penalty of the past has been made 100 by the postal and hereafter offenders will have to stand arrest and trial News papers can do the general public good by calling attention to the last fOyer ment action in the matter Newspaper Errtrs Some people seem to think they prove their own brilliancy by being able to point out errors in a news paper says the Lexington Leader After taking their leisure to pick flaws in work that had to be done in a hurry they call the newspaper man by tele phone or bail him on the street for wrong capitalization or a split infin itive if they can find nothing more seriousEveryone makes mistakes in his profession but with must people only the boss knows about it The newspaper mans mistakes are spread out for all the world to see The condition of newspaper making demands that it be done at high pres sure If the editor went at his task with the extreme caution manifested by the lawyer when he writes a will there would not be time to do much writing And few people realize what infinite pains even under con ditions are taken to avoid error so far as possible The bulk of the mistakes are the rrsult of inaccurate informa tion given to the editor Watch Far is Castes Its the characteristic features that always cuts the big figures in the busi ness world Thats why the Who is Who con ct Is so interesting Its a great trune Its the game that held Uncle S ras sailor bovs all attention when it appeared in the San Francisco Exami ner You might know how It was when the great admiral sat up and took notice of it And one of the very busy and sedate presidents of a large Chicago banking institution was all fussed up over Who Is Who when it appeared in the Chicago American ana while be wasted his valuable time playing the great game household duties in many Chicago houses were forgotten mibtress and maid alike being taken up with Why Is Who that great gameNow it has come to Lancaster and it will run in The Central Record next weekRemember this that there is mon ey in the Who Is Who contest for you So just keep your eye on The Central Record Ref Cress Ckistaas Seal Over onehundred towns in Kentucky have already taken up the sale of the Red Cross Christmas Seals More of them taking up the sale every day It is aimed to place the little Seals on sale in every city and town of one hundred inhaoitants and over 1000 000 for the prevention of Tuberculosis in Kentucky this year is the Slogan Eversbody is helping nobody gets any profit for selling the little Seals They are doing it to help along the good cause The National Red Cross gets 12i percent for furnishing the Seals and the great quantities of ad vertising matter The rest will be used to fight consumption in every county and village in Kentucky Every ciiizen in the State will be benefitted therefore everybody should help by purchasing the pretty little SealsFew Kentuckians know that there are 20000 cases of consumption in our State That consumption is infect ious and is not inherited That con sumption can be cured if taken in the early stage but not with patent medi cine That consumption can be stam ped out so that it will be as little known as Yellow Fever or Small PUX is today That 6541 persons died in Kentucky last year from consumption and as many will die this and the next and every other year unless we stop it The money received from the Red Cross Christmas Seals will make it possible for the State Association to carry out its program of lectures and Health Exhibits showing the people of Kentucky bow to protect them selves against Tuberculosis by venting its spread Everybody can help by buying the Bed Cross Christ mas Seals Write to the Secretary of the Ken tuskjg Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis Eugene Kerner 215 E Walnut Street Louh vilfe Kentucky FOR SALE Show counters 3 light electrolier newreclining uphol stered chair wheel invalid chair 12 fcot oak dining table with extra adjus table round top 3panel 2ft 10 in by 6ft 11 in 6 single light sash 2ft 10 by 3 ft 11 In 2 plate glass 2 ft 6 In hy5 f 2 In 2 plate glass 2 ft 4 In by 7 ft 5 glass 2 ft 9 in by Sri 2 in 1 marble slab 2 ft by 9 ft4 pair window shutters 1 ft 5 In fey 7 tt UUJ Storamao 14tf J thoroughbred beaten Peaky people department WIle Interest- Ing It pre doors Inlplate r t t t t2 Heaver become existing ft The Wig cases I am worn mIf they did millions would vote Dr Kings Iffew Life Pills the true reme dy for women For banishing dull fagged feelings backache or headache constipation dispelling colds appetite and toningup the system theyre unequaled Easy safe sure 25c at B E McRoberts Son 1m PAINT LICK I Mrs R Qriggs spent Tuesday in LancasterMr 3 Bolston Is quits sick at this writing Miss Mhttle Adams of Lancaster was in our town last Fi Ida y Miss Mattie Davis and Mr Martin Green were married last week Mr and Mrs H L Wallace spent last Saturday in Richmond with rela tives Mr and Mrs B N Beazley are at home after a six week auto tour in the SouthMrs J C Ruckar went to Lexing ton last Thursday to have her eyes treatedMr Mrs W F of Lan caster spent Thanksgiving with here Dr W L Carman attended the shrlners meeting at Lexington last Thursday Miss Hazel Patrick entertained a number of her friends at a party Saturday night Mrs Ellen Ballard of Wallaceton spent a week with her sister Mrs Eliza J Rolston Miss Mayme Hunt of Lexington has returned to her home after a visit to Miss Jessie Parks Miss Lucy Noe and Mr Bennett Roop were married In Jellico last and will make their home with Mr Roops mother for awhile The following people attend ed the reception given at Madison In stitute last Tuesday evening Miss Ethyl Woods Dr H J Patrick O O Parkes B W Estridge and O C Rucker ANSWERS EVERY CALL Laicaster People Have Fend That This Is True A cold a strain a sudden wrench- A little cause may hurt the kidneys Spells of headache often follow Or some Irregularity of the urine A certain remedy for such attacks- A medicine that answers every call Id Doans Kidney Pills a true spec ific Thousands of people rely upon it Here is one case Simeon Raines carpenter E Main St Stanford Ky says Some Tears ago I used Deans Kidney Pills with good results In 1900 I met with an accident which brought on a recur rence of kidney complaint I recov ered sufficiently so that I could work but my back remained very weak When doing anything that required stooping my bac became very lame and painful Remembering what Doans Kidney Pills had done previously I procured a box and they gave me great relief Doans Kidney Pills have my highest endorsement For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo N Y sole agents for the United StatesRemember the no other 1m TEATEKSYILLE Mrs Clarkie Pierce was the guest of her sister Mrs Bill Crue Monday Mr Bill Sebastian spent Thursday with his father Mr George Sebastian Mrs Will Simpson entertained quite a number of relatives Monday Mrs Lucy East and little daughter Minnie Francis was the guest of Mrs Lizzie East Tuesday Miss Hattie Pendleton was the charming guest of her friend Suella Saturday night Mr Bob Brown and daughter Miss Minnie were guest of his daughter Mrs Dave Jones Sunday Nannie Belle and Long entertained quite a crowd of their young friends Wednesday evening Mr Bill Sebastian and daughter Miss Inez also Miss Mary Pralher were recent guests of Mr and Mrs Marion Pruitt Mr and Mrs Kemp Walker and pleasant little daughter Elizabeth Johnson also Mrs Saddler were guest of Mr and Mrs Kirby Sunday Some unknown party made their way into Bradsbaws mill one night recently and helped themselvea to 250 pounds of flour and a laage quantity of meal Miss Hattie Pendleton and Miss Texie Agee also the Misses Long of this place enjoyed a gumptious dining with Miss Grace Goy of near Hyatts vllie as hostess there was quite a number present and all reported a nice time jr- If my friends hadnt blundered in thinking I w doomed victim of consumption I might not be alive now writes D T Sanders of Her rodsburg Ky but for years they saw every attempt to cure a lung racking cough fail At last I tried Dr Rings New Discovery effect Itsoon stopped the cough and now in better health than I have had for years Thirf wonderful lifesa ver is tin unrivaled remedy for coughs colds lagrlppe asthma croup orrhages whooping cough or weak lungs 50c tlG Trial bottle free GoaraaUti y R E HcRobtrta Jt lav Impart- Ing young 0 for me nameDoansandt- ake Bolton Misses Lillie ItOTSOUY fOR ILUImEI Iam Ion relatives last Friday Tester a The was wonderful hem rY r I Having rented my farm I will Fell to the highest and best bidder at my place two and onehalf mies from Lancaster on the New Danville pike on Friday Dec 9tb 10 at 9 oclock the following described property One good work horse seven years Id 3 brood mares all in suck ling colt 1 pair two year old mules 1 j ailed mulo 1 suckling mule 1 mill cow five 250 pound meat hogs 30 head of sheep 5 sows and pigs 1 rubber tire buggy steel tire 2 sets f buggy harness 1 Old lllskory wagon 1 Michell wagon mowing machine bay rake good as new Deering bind er wheat drill single disc cutting harrow double disc cutting bar row 1 two horse corn planter and a onehorse corn planter 2 smoothing harrows sled 2 turning plows 1 ride lug cultivator 2 sets wagon harness plow gear etc Also 1 stack of hay and 50 barrels of tarn in crib Household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale Am Bourc Auct Frank Roes Sale foal 1 I lY I Piblie hug I That BoyI I Yours W likely return from school with a lot of books which he have to use next II will r year Better welcome him with a Slolc ffraicVt BodfcCase Section or two in his room where he can have them handy to refer and eneour age a little dQmmer study F G HURT HENS Sets Chickens Sets Geese 7 to Ducks lOcts Eggs 28 to 29 cents COAL 12itoI9c Red Ash Jellico IGcts Bennet Jellico 15cts Nut Coal 12Jcts Cannel B B NORTHCOTT DEPOT STREET 7lets Coal19cts e r r Saves Steps Buy your wife one for XMAS A Gift that is appropriate ornamental and useful Special Price 2500 F G Hurt lI sjkJ1I Betsys Pointers There are a good many reasons for exhorhi tant prices A dairyman told me his milk was higher because his Had jumped over the moon and hes as reasonable as some others Ive heard But theres one place with no excuse because his prices can be reached without a balloon and you know who I mean R S Brown We have a few more coats and suits left which we win sell at curt I cow f ir- r 1st y OH LOOK Whats Coming The Biggest Event of The Year December 13 to 24 THINK WATCH INSURED YOUR BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH BEAZLEY M Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone 31 YOUR TOBACCO We will pay highest market price at all times De liver either at Paint Lick or Stanford W R KINCAID DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO Residence Phone 199 Stanford Kentucky i Jl1rrdJm 8raJ rnlf gr G B II WAIT LOOK I II r 4 a I 0 Q a I I li11rli 1 TOBACCO I I HASELDEN SELL I QJydI Q D9- 2 trdla rrull I Your Husband Will Be to have you go back to ordinary flour once he has tasted the delicious bread cakes baked from trIrt I I I Unwilling WHITE SWAN FLOUR Why not try a sack of it The result will please Mm and you too The cost of White Swan Flour is no more than that of common Flour Try a sack your next order Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop OSTEMOOB ytTTlESS I I I1111 VI n1JWIIW1y The Worlds Best Mattress in all grades that were 15 to 225O now 50O A Better Mattress For Less Money j KyFIc Hurt Lancaster Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and I Goings Ly These Are In bliss Lillie Garner of Stanford is with her friend Miss liable Brown Mrs Miler Field of Shelbyville is Lancaster friends Mrs Joe McCormack is at home af ter a visit to her bister in Greencastle lad Mr and Mrs McClelland Johnston and son are in Lexington for a short stay Miss E izibeth Johnson is visiting her jisier MK E T Minor of Louis vi le Miss AiDes Miles Is in Lawrenca btrg visiting her friend Miss Helen liipey Mr and Mrs J G Pursley have after a stay with relatives in Mdisou Mrs Ed Price and Miss Tommie Francis visited relatives in Stanford Saturday Miss Bessie Crum spentseveal days the past week with her muter in Danville Hon Charles of Harrods burr is uric of the visiting attorneys in our city Mrs Cornelia Clay of Richmond was the guest of uer iieice Mrs George D Rubiusuu Mr and Mrs Ernest Campbell of Stanford were weekend guests of Mrs Joauna Bali MRs Sadie Anderson was at atiernoon to a number of her JOUIJK friends Elder F M Tinder spent severa days the past week with his father near Georgetown Mss Al Anderson will be at home to tile members of the Tuesday aftei nooii Club next week Mr B A Lear and daughter were in attendance at Crab Orchard at the Fox Association Miss Jane Doty is at home after several weeks to Mrs Louis H West in Washington Ci y Mr and Mrs Dtvid Kirks vine vere quests for several days oi Mr and Mrs R S Brown Miss Mollie Brooks and Pearl Collier of Crab Orchard were guests the past week of the Misses Arnolds Miss Amelia Kavanaugh and Louis Francis of Richmond have been guests of Mr and Mrs A W Kavanaugh Ms W S Elkin left this week for her home in Atlanta after a short stay with her sister Miss Jennie Duncan Miss Florence Miner of Louisville was the attractive guest of Mrs B E McRoberts Saturday and Sunday Rev T H Thorton and son of W here I I Hardin I urll1 Jonesof l 1 Z r r visiting l C returned r r r home- S tt hunters visitr i r i ON Tailored Right Now is the proper time ofthe whole season to get either a new Suit or Coat Assortments in our now gocd You know what styles are best and prices have reached the lowest limit Dont delay Come at once and get your pick of the seasons smartest styles at prices far below ordinary Come today DOWN GO THE PRICES badi6S uits a d 6oats stockare s Ladies HandTailored Suits Worth 25 30 and 40 reduced to 1748 Ladies Handsome Coats worth 20 25 and 30 reduced to 1448 Joseph Mercantile Co Leaders in High Class Merchandise The DePendOn Store The Hnnaker Va were quests the past week of Mr and Mrs Milton Mahan Mat S Cohen of Richmond was a visitor in this city Tuesday Miss Annie Herndon is in Lexington visiting Mr and Mrs Leslie Ilemdon Mr John L Smith of Danville has been recent visitors of Garrard Mr Dan CbenaulL of ttichmond was in Lancaster Tuesday on legal busi Mr and Mrs George Robinson of Danville are visiting Mrs Rebecca West and family Mr and Mrs J C Eubanks of have been visiting Mrs Belle Perkins and family Miss Walker of Lebanon is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs W S Walker Misses EizA Rucker and Ethel W ods of Paint Lick were visitors in Lancaster Tuesday Mss Sephia Cooper leaves today for her hume in Oakdale Tenn Her m uy friends here regret to see her leave Mr and Mrs Howard Hoeing of Milwaukee Wis are pxpect d soon for a visit to Mr and Mrs J W Swee Mrs Henly V Bastin and little son Charles have been in Nicuolasvitk visiting Mr and Mrs Charles F Den Mrs Mattie P Frisbie is at home from a pleasant visit of several weeks witn Mr and Mrs W C Price of Dan yule Gowen Leatlierine and J W Bourne Jr have returned home from a days visit to their grandparents at Danville MKflarnes Ed Di hmn and children and Mrs Margaret Byrley of BarbuuiF here short visit t 1 the Misses Kinnairds Miss Mary Roberts of Somerset and Miss Emma Layton of McCreary are tje guest this week of Misses Melisse and Pearl Hamm MI Margaret Arnold of the Madi son Female Institute was at home for a several days visit to her parents Mr and Mrs J A Arnold Fred P Friibie Dr M K Dennv Joe F Price and J Louis Gi I motored to Lexington last week and witnessed the interesting game of foot ball Miss Bettie Anderson has returned from Cincinnati where she has been taking Brass Craft lessons she brought with her many things for the HolidaysMiss Embry who has been with Mr and Mrs William Embry for a visitleftlast week for astay in Lex ington before returning to her home in Shelby ville Illinois Misses Elmer Singleton and Vanet ta Spoonamore spent Thanksgiving quite pleasantly with Miss Bessie Sin gleton near Sycamore schoolhouse where she is teaching The Misses have returned to their home in Mt Sterling after a relatives nes ney man vll are for a I I I Bogie Stanford Margaret several pleasant visit to Misses Margaret and Joau Mount Mrs Malcome House has returned from East Bernstadt having been called their by the illness ofher broth er who is now recuperating after a severe attack of typhoid fever Mrs Williams entertained the Chautauqua Circle Wednesday after noon at her hospitable home on Lex ington street This was a farewell reception to the members of the circle as Mrs Williams will leave shortly for her western home Tulsa Oklahoma The following girls and boys were members of a pleasant house party the past week at the hospitiable home of Miss Edna Berkle of Bryan ts ville Misses Gracy May Cochran Mamie Stormos Dunn and Mary Clay Messrs Flovd Swope T J Price and Charley and Gus Dunn W B West was at home to a num ber of his gentlemen friends to a swell six oclock dinner one evening recent ly ppropiate toasts were given by the assembled guests and each ex pressed regret to know that Mr West would soon leave his Old Kentucky Home to seek his fortune in a far western city CATARRH Cured By The Marvel Of Tie Certify B B BTested Fw 30 Years Hawking Spitting Foul Breath dis charges of yellow matter permanently cured with pure Botanical ingredients To prove it we will send vou a TREATMENT FREE IS NOT ONLY but it causes ulcerations death and decay of bones kills often causes loss of appetite and reaches to general debility idiocy and insanity It needs attention at once Cure it by taking Botanic Blood Balm B B B It is a quick radical per manent cuie because it rids the sys tem the poison germs that caus cttarrh At the same time B B put ifies the blood does away with every system of catarrb B B B sendsa tingling flood of warm rich pure blood direct to tueparalized 1 nerves and parts affected by catarrhal poison giving warmth and strength just where it is needed and in this way making a perfect lasting cured catarrh in all its forms Druggist or by expess 1 00 per large bottle with directions for home cure sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Ga trouble and free medical advice given Sold by F P Frisbie s FOR for this month Call For House and lot ori Hill Court Ex cellent garden orchard ail necessary and one of the best Lancaster Will also sell sever articles of household furniture privately including one up bolstered parlor set and Cabinet Or jean Phone 368 G Mrs Bright or call at the place Mrs S Gulley t W I SAMPLE rATA RRII DANG t ambit of f Bin d Balm B Atlanta Describe your lm Refit I an j uU bu dings locals I in I andsee Williams w Sample i BENT cottage th office rust Herring rfvE7 Ipjj According to our usual custom we will have in display our line of Holiday goods on Saturday November 26th Each year we try to make our line more attractive than the year before and we believe that we have succeeded a cordial invitation to every one FRISBIETS DRUG STORK r IE II Weextend 1 ig li li1 William Manning and family returned from a visit to Whitley noun tyW H Furr bought two fat from Charley Rapier for 675 a hun dredThomas Manning and family moved from Whitley County and reside near Mance Ky On account of the rain there was Sunday School at Good Hope Sunday Mr and Mrs Sam Fields baby sick of Pneumonia Henry Miller a young man of this neighborhood is very low of Consump tionThere are four new dwelling houses now going up in Flatwoods Ollie Johnson has rented his farm to Emanuel Cox for the year 1911 fur 150000 He will move to W T WIK rels near Flatwoods We welcome 01 lie and his clever wife in our midst Luther McQuerry has his new barn about ready for the roof CATARRH SUFFERERS GeM Tine Tt law How To Get In If you now own a Hyomei hard rub ber inhaler R E McRoberts Son wants you to know that they will sell you a bottle of HYOMEI for only 50 cents Remember this all who suffer with catarrh a bottle of H7OMEE pro nounce it Highome is put up in a separate package and sold for SOcents to accomodate the vast army of peo pie who already own a Hyomei inhaler R E McRoberts Son will sell it to you at that price and give the opportunity to begin at once to rid yourself of vile catarrh and the sniffl ing hawking and spitting that go with it Many people through years of neg lect have let catarrh get a strong hold upon Some of these people un reasonably think that one bottle of HYOMEI ought to curetbem They do not stop to think that a dis eased condition that the result of negligence cannot be overcome in a week No matter bow chronic your catarrh troubles HYOMEI guaranteed by McRoberts Son to cure them if you give it half a chance Just breathe it thats all and its healing soothing antiseptic properties will make you feel better in a day If you own an inhaler get a 50 cent bottle of HYOMEI E McRob erts Son today If you do not own a HYOMEI inhaler ask for a com plete outfit which consists of an inba ler a bottle of HYOMEt and simple instructions for use This complete outfit costs 100 but you then have an inhaler that will last a lifetime 1m V BUENA Mr and Mrs Thomas Goode of Lin coln County spent Thanksgiving with the family of Albert Skinner Miss Jennie Ison who has been en gaged in the millinery business at Baz zard ii at home to friends until spring Mr Joe Newton and grand daugh ter Miss Stout of Indianapolis have been the guests of Mesdames PrYOr and Jennings Misses Lucretia and Jennie Skinner and Florence Christopher attended the Congressional Teachers at Harrodaburg Mrs Leathers of Mercer County spent a part of last week with her daughterMre H M Duncan The bride and groom Jfr and Mrs Will Broaddus of near Stanford re nen tlf Visited the parents of Mrs Broaddus Mr and Mrs J J Poor Many congratulations extended the nappy couple Mr and Hugh Christopher have bogs have will no is stUt Relief you them Is R E at R t V TA FLAT WOOD Association Sirs spent Thanksgiving with Mr and Mrs Christophers parents in Lexington- Mr and Mrs Chas Deitrich are rejoicing over the arrival of a flue son the thirteenth The posts for the Bastin telephone line have been set at thisplace and it is hoped the line will soon be in oper ation Misses Margaret and Nettie Askins accompanied by their brother Hugh have been vbitiug relatives at Am broseMrs Marshal is still confined to her bed YOULL HND IT IN THIS COLUMN Fresh oysters at Ztmmers Call 17 fur fregn oysters R Zimmer Hear Dr Portenvat Court House Dec ember 13th j For Rent rooms JESiormes 1014 tf FOR nice Jangshang roos ters r3a A Reazley FOR SALE white Legon chickens J ciMeadows R F D 3 Get your butter mr kat the Blue Grass Creamery 1222t I have about 30000 worth of that 1 will sell out at cost if sold at once McCreary Ky 1224 t Livery stable for rent Splendid an exceptional opportunity for the right nun Jas D Shelby Junc tion City Ky ll182t Old fdsbiun meal 20 cents per peck 35 cents per half bushel del ivered Give it a trial Blue Grass Creamery 1222t 3000 per month straight salary and expenses tD with rig introduce our Poultry Rkmedles Dont answer unless you mean buisness Eureka Poultry Ford Mfg Co Incorporated East SD Luuii Ill Fr Sale A good stocWf goods best stand in the county Thomas Hill McCreary Ky 1224t This is you that George A Bates and ANpX Maudlin are no long er In our employ WoodMosaic Company Inc New Albany For Sale One dozin pure bredBrared Plymouth rock twoCockerels and thoroughbred Dum barr J F Rubinson Itpd One five years old Perfectly safe for anyone to drive Miss Jennie Higgins One good Hamilton Organ Will sell at a bargain VjPor particulars call at this office or No 326 tf FirSale Two book i tension dining sideboard press and some other articles of furniture W L Williams 122tf Kindly make arrangements to Sundays milk Saturday after noon as 1 will not deliver on Sunday S W Moss No Use Putting It Off It is always easier to do aa amt thing today than tojnorrow I i911 D slrable SALEI bred ThomasHIll men I To woiIt May Coker I tonut y Ind I pullet Iso Fir Sale For Sale cas drobe clothes roPates all J Scott downstairs furniture Location earn combine re p one receive J J President J S JOHKSOIf Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Th 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O Riexnr Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper J J WALKER JK Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold Alex Glbhs Lewis L Walker I KY I Ifj C A Arnold WALL ats r J a a fCD 0 al CU- JQ 8 a a X 1AII 0 THE Nations Bank Of Lancaster Surplus S2GGQO K DESNY Resident J 8 STOHMES Vice Prest S C DEXXY Cashier J P Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E Stormes S C Dennv J L Gill WI Williams 50r000 A r Ca Cal ANDHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission Write for price list taenllanisg this ad Established 133T j J3i A JOHN WHITE COi LOUISVILLEKY FURS HIDES to cN 0 Ul oc 0O rtD e- 4s This Bank will lighten the burden for your mon ey Open an account and at once be relieved of all anxiety about thieves fire or other sources of danger to ofcaring your cash The GARRARD BANK TRUST a much safer place for your cash than your home or office yours here so as to get the security of Its strong Commence now and sleep sound tonight Cois Deposit fireproofvaults S METAL SHINGLES Laid so years ago are as good as new today and have never needed repairs Think of it What other roofing willlast as long and look as well 2 Theyre fireproof stormproof and very easily laid They can be laid right over wood shingles if necessary without dirt or inconvenience For prices and other detailed information apply to James T Hill Agent or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa creating Ee 01 mD er b et iR BltsonsMammoth Sale i a I Free4 Buggy s At- c Jersey Bull Keniy Simpson 60427 Season 1910 J W S N E Y H J TINSLEY County SurveyorPH- ONE 3293 Office over F G Hurt e furniture store Lancaster Kentucky W T AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references rCABDiS1 IJII WEE KING f Y J W Morrow Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed At K Denny DENTIST Office over Hiss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK DentistA- ll Work Guaranteed Lick KentuckyPaintui tf DR Win BURNETT Physical and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cut Flowers of QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE low Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Or J B Kinnaird Physical and SirpeM Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Snare Ik Tin Wife driers h Ttwi See the tall sign North side of Public Square M HOUSE J E Robinson uwrar MI cujNn ATTMMEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Garments Shoe Repairing Phone 340 Public Square Second hand clothes sold on commission fe W Faulkner JIgr LOOK AND LISTEN For UpToDate Hair Cuts for SCHOOL BOYS and SCHOOL Goos GO TO j HENRY DUNCANS BARBER SHOP ox RICHMOND STREET i Office Hoars Once over m to 12 1 pm to 4 Storaes Drag tore 33 FDENTIST Lancaster Ky up a new dean Barber Shop on Lexm too street next to thepost office sod well be glad to have my frieaoV to call and see me dean TeokSlMip tio JOHN DUNCAN I I I 1 1 I I J I i Sell F son Commission ALTER I ave Juopened c I I l L ill Men a a Phone 15 dose j I Farm and Stock Mr Solon Henry bought some fat hogs of Mr T B Robinson at 7c Stillwell of Fayett county Ky sold to D G Combs of Tenness the stallion Kentucky Flower by Highland Flower for 600 W B Beamer of Loretto Ky re ceatly sold thirteen Hereford and Shorthand heifers to John A Watben Bro for 315 He also sold to same parties a fouryearold horse for 200 Get the hens and pallets in the egg laying habit as soon as possible In the tall and help them to keep up the habit all winter 07 good shelter and Rood feeding A little time spent in cleaning out the house once a week and whitewashing few months will help them to make a showing in the egg basket Missouri is the greatest producer of poultry In America The bens form a continual egg basket procession and produce a surplus of more than a bill ion eggs annually The most famous White Orpington fowls in the world are located in Missouri and famous pure brea flocks of all breeds are scattered throughout the State Not only are the pure bred flocks numer oils in the State but the farms are well stocked wIth poultry add the being favorable every chicken in the State works full time all the year round Rue and Carry of Harrodsburg sold last week for B M Britton his farm in West suburb of town consisting of 71 acers to J W Davenport at 150 per acre Possession Dec 20th 1910 This farm is highly improved with new dwelling and outbuildings they also sold for J W Davenport his house and lot in Harrodsburg to B M Britton for 3000 for Dr J W Ro barbs his house and lot in Harrodsbunr to Dr Meridirh of Burgin for 6200 For W E Larefield his farm of 90 acres near Bondville Ky for 2700 possession January Isi 1911 General News W H Dunwoodv of South Omaha Neb recently held a public sale of Shorthorns 34 bead averaged 204 At the public sale of Forest Dann at Lyons Iowa 81 head of Poland China spring boars and gilts averaged 28 L B Bain a sonIn law of James E Stone clerk of the Kentucky House of Representatives was killed by the accidental discharge of a in the hand of J P Spence at Lawton Okla Eleven negro convictedof the mur der of otie white man and wounding another were pardoned b Gov last Friday afternoon They were sent to the penitentiary rom Webster county in 1908 for a term of seven years At a meeting of Democrats in Haiti more it was decided to celebrate the recent democratic victory in the Mon umental City on 17 the date when Andrew Jackson was first nomi Dated in that city as a Democratic candidate for President There will be no booming of and DQ resolutions be adopted An attack on President Taft was thwarted at the final session of the LakestotheGulf Deep Waterways Association convention when Gov Deneen of Illinois appealed to the delegates to eliminate a section of the resolutions of what he termed an insult to the head of the nation SON AFFECTIONS WIlder fo Wart Or GrIn PCTSM The B E McRoberts Son Drug Store says to every person be it man woman or child who has an irritated tender or itching skin to come to our store and procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake of ZEMO soap and if you are out entirely satisfied with results comeback and get your money So confident are we of the efficacy of this clean simple treatment that we make you this unusual offer ZEMO is a clear liquid for external use that has cured so many cases of eczema pimples dandruff and other forms of skin eruption ZEMO and ZEMO soap are the most economical as well as the cleanest and most effect ive treatment for afiectiuns of the skin or scalp whether on infant or grown person lin Having decided to move to town I will at my residence at the mouth of Sugar Creek on Saturday December 10th 1910 at 10 am sell tathe highest bidder 1 family mare safe for anyone to drive 3 saddle mare 1 wean ling colt milK cow 3 fat hogs 1 hill side plow 1 turning plow 2 double shovel plows corn drill harrow lot of gear 1 set blacksmith tools lot of farming tools 1 cutting box 1 two horse wagon wagon 1 sled mans sad die household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale L M Crotcbfield 122 2t Lancaster Ey Nov 12 1910 In tnemalter of Fannie Turner as fcignee the creditors of Fannie A Tor ner are hereby notified that I as signee of Fannie A Turner will ceive claims against the said ny office in the National Bank of Lancaster same to be properly proven I will bold my sittings commencing on the twentyfirst day of November and continue up to the twelvth day of December 1910 November 13 1910 j J A BeuteT An 11lMt I J J W Eo every climate revolver Wilson Cares ly AM Zeal Sup All Uual Ofer Pik Sale year T Jr candidates Zen r I1 its teat Welch Farley is confined to his bed at the home of his father with rheu matlsm Prof Elliot of Lexington was with Dr Elliot family the latter part of the week Miss Eliza Ison and Letcher Chris topher visited Mrs A J Cristopber in Somerset last week Boy the little son of B M Moss ho has taen quite ill for several days L much better at this writing Lawrence Milds and Henry Kenney were with W A Duker son and ily for a Thanksgiving hunt Mr Will Holcomb accompled by Miss Alice Scott attended the ban game at Lexington Thanksgiving Miss Elizabeth Bryant who has been in Danville for the most of the has accepted a position in the Bank at this place Mrs Margaret Parr who has been with her sister Mrs Fannie Bryant for the past month has returned to her home in Indianapolis Mrs E H Ballard Mrs Hogan Miss Mayme and Hogan Ballard spent Thanksgiving holidays with Lex ington relatives and attended the ball gameIt with much regret that we lose Mr and Mrs M B Scott from our community they having lived here fur many years and have many friends who regret to give them up but we welcome Mr and Mrs Dean in our midst The box supper at the Bourne school house for the benefit of the Children Orphans Home netted the neat sum of 82940 Miss Kate Farley of this place is the teacher of the school and is to be congratulated on her success PKKACHEKSV1LLB Miss Mary Ellen Anderson visited Miss Carrie Naylor Miss Sandiford of Lancaster was visiting the Misses Carpenter- Mr Phil B Thomason sold some huge to Mr Evans Foley at 8 cents Mr Pruitt Thompson sold 150 of corn to Mr L F Thompson at 225 Mr John Bell sold 40 barrels of corn to Mr John Hester at S240 put in crib Mr M O Kennedy sold a twoyear ill mare mule to a Southern buyer for 52 A lot of our local sports went to Crab Orchard to attend the National Fox Hunt Your correspondent and Mr B Thompson attended court at ter Monday Miss Katie Payne and Mrs James Payne and children were visiting Mrs John Naylor Mrs Phil B Tfrotopson was visiting her parents Mr Mrs W HCutt Sunday Mr W F Ballard sold his home hereto Mr of Cedar Creek for 60CL J Mr Walter Jordon has been to Hazel Patch on a hunting trip with his father fcevR F Jordon of Coif Bin Lucile and Jessie Ballard and Miss Sarah Howard the handsome school madam who teaches the Hobbs school were visiting Miss Kate Payne Mr and Mis Grover Gastineau of near Point Level were visiting her parents here Mr and Mrs John Nay lor they have a nice little daughter named Flossie Mae Mr John Anderson of Crab spent a few days with Mr and Mrs H G Cummins and the families- of Messrs Geo A Brown and Fisher Hening we have it straight that the old gentleman beat two of his young nephews at rifle shooting ARKSBUK1 Mr William Gosney went to Lexing ton to attend the purial of his sister Mr Halcomb of Letcher county is with his daughter Mrs Susanna HoggMrs Ap Price of Lancaster has been a recent guest of her slater Mrs Ed Perkins Edna Berkle spent ing in Lancaster with Miss Mamie Storms Dunn Homemade candies for sale by the Lathes Working Society Now is tne time to order for Xmas Miss Elizabeth Simpson has returned home after a several days stay with friends and relatives in Stanford Mr Bob Rout spent Thanksgiving in Lexington present at the wedding at the Phoe Mrs Nannie Sparks died at the home of her daughter Mrs Mary last Sunday night of cancer of the stomach Interment at Nicbolasville Cemetery Bev Jones of Louisville preached Sunday morning a very tender sermon on A Day Spent With Jesus No sermon Sunday night on account of the had weather Mrs Icie Kemper has returned from a several days stay with the family of Yrs Mary Noble where she was called on account of the death of her sister Yrs Sparks Mr J W Woods and tamely will move Tuesday to the farm purchased sometime ago atLexington They are splendid citizens end will be greatly missed in our community Mrs Woods will be especially missed in the church and social Ute and the Ladles Working Society is loosing oat of 1U bwt iIr j tam summer barrels Laos William near 1 MiSses at Tappana Orchard Miss nix Noble ben r f L z I i Y Bli ANT i 1LLE and H Phil and mina Than ksglV and was Aldridge Ham Nan ie KT HEJMON lit 0 A Montgomery sold to C W Johnson some corn at 1210 per bbl Mr Sam Duncan and wife of Bur gin were with relatives here for sev Mrs Montgomery sold a bunch of shoats to Sherid Ray at 5 cents per lb Mr Willie Preston who has been quite sick with typhoid fever is able to be up again Mr and Mrs J A Clark of Boyle were the guests of Mr and Ed Grow Sunday Mr Charles Deitrlcb of Buena Vis ta bought some meat hogs from Ed Grow atSf cents per lb Mr HB Montgomery sold to Mr James Parks the well known trader two yearling calves price 147 Misses Lou Montgomery and Ollie Crawford Messrs J B and Irvio Dean were with the Misses Montgom erys near Bryantsvllle Saturday night and Sunday On Saturday evening of the nine teentb of this month Willard Evan infant of Mr and W B Mont gomery passed luto the realms above He had suflered only a few days with brain fever Remains were laid to rest Sunday afternoon in the family burying ground Services conducted by Bro G A Bruce The family have the sympathy of the entire com munity Cheaper tile Someone who takes a rosy view of life gets off the following There are men who argue that living is high but they might try dying A live man gets shaved for 10 cents but a dead one pays a dollar and never kicks A good kersey overcoat cost 25 but wooden Ones cost A grave dig ger will plant potatoes for twenty cents an hour but for planting you be gets four times as much A car for the theatre cost 2 but the cemetry cost 5 A saloon keep er will fill your bide to bursting for 50 cents but an embalmer gets 7 50 for the job Come to thiuk of it there are lots of things left to live for in this old world despite the high prices and the contrary weather Women desiring beauty frun Bucklens Arnica Salve it pimples skin eruptions sores and It makes the skin sort and velvety glorifies the lace Cures sore eyes cracked lips chapped hands Best for burns scalds fever cuts bruises and piles 25c at R E 1m Quiet Tip To Inspect only dairy milk Is little abort of blindness For the most adulterated sort I 4he nllk of human klndncM A Falling Market waa it that Isaac Newton discovered he saw the apple Toitiinle Tlimt apples coming down ma4m TonkerBStateBmaH Proving She thinks the world sad all of you She must jrii has just refuted to marry me A Mix f Attitude That aviator to unfortunate He Is Yea fce ieetts to be up acalnat it NEW YORK WORLD Practically a Daily at the price of a Weekly No other Newspaper in the World gives so much at so low a price The great campaigns are now at hand and vou want the news accurately and promptly The World lung 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t A rt r J TeacherWhat r It Te Tricl WBe ldinon of tho edt 1011 rh I a Week 100 twopape 8 rwe S S L Rich v ttjiii J e B C W G Andersen G Y T W JG Clark Co Dr W c W Dna 3 uO c eral days lairs nags onto l1p41A4MOTE get wonderful banishes sores When tall were 1 f dawntlwa7e ffillillts political comes now ill and POST EDwarn- Ing except A Price w hglbry P inns rd T A Elkin Sutton Pllgrlotatte Tobaco 8 e r 0 H CHENAULT Pres Z T SELLERS Vice Pres R L BAKER SecTreas h r i J 1 mS r The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Company INCORPORATED Both Phones 964 Opp State University S Upper to Lime Lexington Ky The Leading Warehouse in Lexington Having sold over 2000000 pounds since opening of season October 15 1910 Offers superior inducements to farmers of Central Kentucky to sell their tobacco in the largest best lighted and best equipped loose leaf tobacco ware house in the world 500000 square feet floor space 500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco per day Redrying plant of 75000 pounds per day Pri vate track free to 15 cars load ed or unloaded under shelter Sheler for one hundred and fifty wagons stable room for 300 horses Open day and Night We have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company who are resented by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon County one of the most ezperienced tobacco ware housemen in the state Strict personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting and sell of each dividual crop WHETHER LOOSE OR IN HOGSHEADS If necessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf and one to hogshead tobacco through out the season Call and see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either loose leaf or hi hogsheads THE Central Kentucky Tobacco Warekn INCORPORATED LEXINGTON KENTUCKY I iAf IJr 1 t n 14 IJ U railroadscapacity rep 1 ill J U I ro i rP r z r a t j t f i it i FARMERS COLUMN I space below this heading Is for the exclu sive use of our farmer subscribers and is for the sale of stock grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only in to issues of the RECORD free of charge Light Brahma Cockerels for sale at 100 each Mrs Marshal Scott Bue na Vista Ky Three red shoats weighing from to seventy pounds strayed from my place within past month Infor mation concerning them will be Henry Arnold Hyatts YUle Ky A large spotted Black White and Tan hound about three years old Left my place about ten days ago with a collar on with initials W S W Finder return for reward W S Walker Paint Lick KY A FineLooking Chap Smith was a finelooking man He was hatchetfaced and and gimleteyed and lanternjawed and applecheeked with muttonchop and a square chin Life Women WMKiwto sillier frta freqieifly effect Ifceir bible till a foeral treakfemftDtws easels Hutlake Cariii fafae all Ha tried and alter ferer ITMI all strfs II fe atelrtiMe lad pals fa my sUe tales k JefsetiM itt lad fir years wt M late mt relief aai MW I an abMst wei IryCariiL I I i JIIIIJJ n fifty J LEt 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