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Fran Tiie Land oN THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Land ofNow TWENTY FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 1910 NUH3ER 3S b a1I L c l j XMAS 1910 ll i I 11 l P N The Great Annual Riddle What To Get For Her Is easiest solved at this store We have on display 6 THE THINGS THAT WOMEN BESTLIKE Fine Linen Prices to 300 Ladies Fancy Umbrellas 350 to 850 A Felt HOUSP Slippers 150 to Handkerchiefs 05cts to 350 NeckScarfs 35cts to 350 25cts to 75cts Suits 998 to 24 98 Coats 500 to A Handsome line of Ladies Embroidered Corset Covers that you must not fail Co see from 175 to 350 Fine Shoes 1 50 to 400 Skirts 498 to Fine Furs 65U to 1500 Hosiery 25c to 225 Gloves 25e to 2 I THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE COMPANY j- I Xmas Goods Attractively Boxed Style Store For women Do Your Xmas Shopping Early j a f pardon hie pride that rsk you to inspect our showing of Holiday Goods excels in extensiveness and distinctiveness any previous showing nacre in Ii 75c U 175 NeckWear I 1748 15 which hereto fore Lancaster and nzs that everything isready it is with feeling we i y t 00 I A AA Christmas PRE SENTS A set of Rogers Silver ware Rcgers Toilet sets Rogers Oyster Ladles Rogers Soup Ladles Rogers Table Deserts and Tea Spoons Carving Sets Turkey Roasters Savoy Chicken Roasters Granite Roasters Alluminum Kettles Sauce pans Pie pans Muffins pans lasts for years and will not tarnish These goods are all sold at right prices We can save you money come in and try us Mount Son Bo Lancaster Ky VJ 4 WIN Uww 1ftW l1li It i I I I I i j d NII JI v ft I 11 Useful i Li Dr Porter will make you laugh Who is Who Warders the toy Look now at mv of Xmas and Holiday goods Mselden Bros Santa Claus bas teft his Toys at Wards for the little folks to pick them If you like oratory bear Dr J W Porter at the Tuesday Dec 13 Mi 8 P M I am coming and want to see you at 2 P M ay at Haselden Bros Santa Claus The music pupils of Miss Minnie Walsh will give a recital at the Coll ege Friday Dec 23 The public is cor diaily invited to attend It is requested by the pres of the Ladies Working Society all who are selling will make an extra ef fort to dispose of them before the last meeting of the year which will be the 2Cth of this month This will also be the time for the anual election of Sale Of Staifwd Preperty Hughes and Swinebroad the Lancas rter Real Etite Agents report they sold for Harvy Helm a splendid I lot in Stanford to Mrs Nellie Ballou I fur 81GOO whe will build on the lot j We regret very much that Mrs going to leave Lane ster I I I manIt stuck I out It I next I ieers that- I Ballo- uI bi courthouse Satu goods oft Entire Stock find Furnishing Goods T COST 75 Mens suits in small sizes ranging in Prices from 1000 to 1500 will close at the very low price of 348 A new line of silk Suspenders silk socks and neckwear suitable for Xmas Gifts at cost Terms Cash T LOGAN rJtJiI OF Shoes Hats I i t 4 I I 6lothiog- C c tyH = The soft drink ordinance passed council last meeting night It is pul fished on the fourth page of the paper Judge Walker is making thing move along in court Many small ca ses have been disposed of There wer no very important ones to come up Old Santa Claus is In town See advertisments in the Central Recon from now until Xmas and you can de cide what to buy and where to go ti look i Your Christmas be satis factory if you use BALA RDS FLOUR B and Dunne guarantee it to please you Phone 26 129 31 Pepdatira of Keaticfey By Decades Last 120 Years 1790 73G71 1800 22005 1820 56413 687 r 1840 7782 1850 98240- I860 1155 68 1870 1880 1648 GU 1890 18S853 1900 214714 1910 228090 imj CowHssiwers Appointed Judge Walker appointed as Jury Commissoners for tba Garrard Circuit Court for the ensueing year Messers A W Kavanaugh Alex Walker and W C Winn The people can rest assured that the jury wheel will contain names as these gentlemen believe will make honest conscientious and intel ligent jurors Three more suitable men could not have been found for the important place than the gentlemen selected by the Court Wfci Is An interesting contest is on the 3rd page of Tbe Central Record today ia the Who Is Wbo puzzle advertismentsThere opportunity for you to secure a cash award of either five three or two dollars just find out Who Is Who There are 24 adveittaments business men of Lancaster alone being represented No names are men tioned in any of the but in each one will be found sunn estlons that will aid one in seeking whether individual firm or corpora tion There are three cash awards To the person furnishing the most and correct list of names and naming the best written advertisment a cash priza of five dollars will be paid For the best list three dollars will be paid For the third best list two dollars will be paid In the event that two or more people tie for the first prize tbeu the second and third prizes will be annulled and the total of ten dollars will be devided equally among the tielng contestants Each advertisment is numbered contestant should set down the number of each advertisment fol lowing that of the name of the firm which he or she believes it implies The awards will be made by wholly disinterested judges whose names will be announced latter an official list of the names of the advertisers in the Who Is Who contest has been made out and will be used by the judges Use only one side of the make the list as legible and neat as possible lists may be submitted to this office by mail or otherwise until Dec 14 tb one has equally good a chance i n submitting the list in the last hour as in the first The awards will be announced and the correct list of will be published in The Central Record one week romtoday December 16 th all lists should be ad dreswd to be Who Is Who contest care of The Record Lancaster Ky Mail or send this office the contest is open to world and nobody Is barred So at once and secure sotne Christmas money Dont to list whose ad you think is the best as tbi be considered a part of I I s the dson For 18104065111830 eo U 1321011 eo j I I I such Who presented I II complete second t b e I paper as get bus I t tall YoUr I r the bakinj will OBELISK only advert isments and advertisers manager Central tq the easy toad will the contest 4 rYr y To Lexington Mtny of our people are taking their tobacco to Lexington to sell Mr E C McWhorter left Wednesday with 16000 pounds See the large tobacco ad on last page of paper Why cant we have a tobacco warehouse in Lan caster Decrease Tha cencus returns show that Gar card county has 148 less people now than in 1900 The population of Gar rard county in 1900 was 12042 In 1910 only 11894 one thing that accounts for the decrease is that there are fewer colored people here now than ever be fore Hundreds cf them have left Garrard county for Cincinnati and Indianapclis The returns for the city of Lancaster have not been recel ved Lexington Tobacco Sales To give the people of Madison and Garrard Counties an idea as to prices on our market we will say that up to this time we have only sold four or live crops from those counties on our Hours including crops for the follow big persons Ballard and Gillard of Paint Levy Pendieton of Teaterville average I 14 04 and Osc r Hager of Teaterville average S 1040 we consider averaged good crops of tobacco Strip your tobacco out carefully and place on the Central Warehouse flours and ve will insure you the highest market prices Central Ky Warehouse Co Lexington Ky The Reason When we lookaD the census returns from Kentucky and see a gain of about 60 per cent over 1900 we findwe are nut only not gaining m proprotioi to other states but are really not iubicative of progress as we were dui iug the years 1890 to 1300 The pei cutitage of increase in Ky is smalle than that of any of the States so foi reported with the exceptions of Iowa New Hampshire Missouri and Ver mont so the time has come to investi gate the conditions of this good old commonwealth and see where in fault lies As we look back over the last few years of the history of our state we find many disgraceful hap penings This very decade was us tiered in by Dili Tayler contest and assassination of Guy Gobel also Ky during these years was advertised wurld wide by assassinations in Breth itt county then the night rid ing in which the bodies of citizens were tinged lives taken and property destroyed The out side world was ground to believe that toted protection to neither life nor property Our state can not hope forward this disregard of law md ordor let us have betterroads better schools enforcement of law and order and more equitable system of and in this way the many good natural resources of Ky will attract capitol to our state and in sure a showing of the next ten years hat we will be proud of We have got made the efforts other states have o gain population we have been to meet each other and declare y the best place on earth but facts md figures do not prove this as Bro R Dunlap of trankfort Journal ays Ky needs to get up and make a wise about something else than wbis and pretty women AHKSBUIU Yaid Marcee bought of Albert Dar on a 2 year old filly price 140 Mr and Mrs Tom Turner of have returned home after a islt to Mr and Mrs Noah Marcee TheSpeaks Bros sold a lot of high tobacco to some parties at getting for it 7 cents per pound Mir Lewis Rout of Monticello who been the guest of Mr T D Ches is now with Mr J W Woods Lexington Pastor Heilbron of Lexington pulpit Sunday at Pleasant Grove church and was guest of the Dunn At a recent meeting of the Juve Club Miss Bettie Bruner elected President and Miss Cecil Secretary I I Lick which 1335 C rob cct i a I GJJ I Ky guar to- go with other Lex- Ington grade nut the wuile here i I I averaged These only only the came liven Taxation contented t cy horses Lexington pas filled the Misses nlleMusic was Bowling SANTA ClAUS will be at our store on Dec i we want every child from every where to be in front of our store at 2 oclock next Saturday and get a present from old Santa Claus who will make us a short HASELOEN BROS X X X X le 0xel0l C lL Xfl1f9i01e ie0L0 0 1 I s Q S d I alur ay f II 0 I vl st II ea- Fr x01 I 1 K r l ljJ t Itto 1 n- and 3- c vlLQ d i LM ILxx n The Old Hickory Wagon with the late improvements is the Strongest and Lightest Wagon made See me before you buy W J ROMANS Lancaster Kentucky Running J J WALKJCK President JSJOHNSON Prest a Vlre ORGANIZED 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HuDeoir Cashier W O BI MT ArtCMbr WAUUK Bookkeeper J J Wes JR Aast BookKeeper Business Solicited froapt and Garcfal AtteitfoiD- IRECTOKS J S Johnson B F Hsdson J j Walker Alex Gibte Lewis L Walker C A Arnold CD I T 1 i J v r r N i li Arnold 7 t 1SRY R- i t CENTRAL RECORD INCORPORATED S9BUKD WEEKLY tLW A WALKER Editor MMHMr Ky TF r Political A n e iii tsw For Precinct and City Offices 500 For Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 Fur Cards per line 10 For all publicatitinsin the inter estof individuals 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 for Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial Dis trict at the November election 1911 subject to the action of the party A FEW QUEUES AND tEPIJES A Washington dispatch to the New York American says Champ Clark who probable will be the nextSpeaker of the House was today asked to an swer several questions on public af fairs The queries and his replies fol lowQuestion 1 What cause or causes brought about the Republican defeat Was tbe cost of living the most pertinent cause Answer JulyS 1910 I wrote fur the American at its request and in to its quest ions an elaborate in terview in which I predicted a victory in November I then stated what I regarded as the cause of the Democratic victory in which 1 predicted these things I The enormous and abnormal majority of tbe popular vote which President Taft received which bred demoralization among Republicans as certainly as the rivers seek the sea 2 The fight in the House over the rules which split the Republicans in to two bitterly warring factions 3 The widespread dissatisfaction with PresWentTaf tsAdministration 4 The almost universal dissatis faction and disgust with the PaneAl drichSmoot tariff hi 1 PREDICTION FULFILLED- My prediction of July 5 was fulfilled literally on Nuvember 8 and 1 believe was fulfilled for the reason set forth in the interview Of course mi nor causes operated here and there Local feuds among about postoffices and other items of patronage helped us some what The high cost of living aided as largely and the voters attributed it partly afleast to the tariff Question 2 What should the Dem oerats now do to retain their success order to retain tbeir success Democrats should religiously so in them lies carry out the promises made in order to win tbe election No other rules of conduct will do to live by and no man or party can lung hold power that does not live bY It The people are entitled to that square deal of which we bear so much and see no little Question 3 If the Democratic par ty should be conservative rather than progressive what would be the result to the party Answer The words conservative and progressive as in the publica tions speeches and conversations of our day are rather hazy in scanning and need a diagram to explain them Surely conservative s applied to anybody except standpat Republicans does not mean that a or a party shall occupy forever the same position on all questions as unchangeable iu their opiafoo as tae Medea and were in their laws Should tbe Democrats perform any such idiotic ca per as that QUOTES SHAKESPEARE This is a thing incredible they would not only be relagated to their wanderings in the wilderness but would richly deserve to be so relega ted But 1 do not believe they will be so relegated for tbe all sufficient that I do not believe that they will play the fool in any such manner as their enemies desire Sbakespeare says Sweet are tbe uses of adversity That may or nay not be true but surely Democrats have bad enough ex perience in the bard schools of adver sity to learn something to learn a On the ot6er band surely to be pnigressive does not impart tbata an or party shall be continually changing solely for the sake of change and making what Benjamiae Disraeli once described as A leap in tbe dark Certainly for a BUB or progressive1 does not Baeaa teat be or it shall advocate every fad integtela orn that to suggested Sboald the Democrats do that which a thing iBcredioie will OB their travels as Charles 11 deaomlBated bis exile In y judgment they BO pick theyBBght to do and what they will therefore oAt probably do fc retain whatever priest laws aBKad those which seed aBMBdBMat aW ea act aew whew coader TEAL t GREEN CLAY Me PM j LncuIer KW Clan u1 County eo I Democratic chiefly answer Democratic July dISturbances AnswerIn fares an good Lobe is also they sooa be 100 prefO tbtcWt Ja good it our albs wise A MIke to ate the SIll IaJr I hiY1 satardt O ce Nail flattereed Press Ass elatl n and Eighth Dligriet ittl HShre ire y v 1910Laneati R R F l Republicans r k I r Persians r reason t I indeed deaf v apart again tri core laws rupee ire suck lawn isS eceif sud kosor- wtaare at and rot i- I r mere desire for change because it is a change should animate and control s In all we do as well as in all we re fuse to do no sort of doubt that we will progress gradually cau tiously wisely and triumphantly So far as I have been able to ascertain tLere is no earthly reason why a party should not be simultaneously both conservative and progressive In fact all legislation be on lines of justice oh sense ard patriotism j Question 4 Do you think the fact that all the most militant progressive or insurgent Republican leaders in the last Congress like Cummins of Iowa Lafollette ofWisconsin Clapp of Min nesota Bristow of Kansas have been sustained at the polls while in almost every case the standpatters have suf fered indicates that the country Is ready for and expects progressive leg ildtion for the control ofcorporations Will progressive policies necessarily disturb or harm legitimate business of your question four I answered under the head of question three Such progressive policies as I described in No 3 not on ly will nut only harm legitimate will help it That any sane man desires to injure any legitimate business is absolutely inconceivable A sane man wishes to promote every legitimate business because the and happiness of the people de pend very largely if not entirely upon the growth and of businsss large and small The talk about desire to injure legitimate business is tbe malicious jabber of tale by full of sound and fury signifying nothing except that the man who talks it is of the tribe of Ananias and Sapphira So far as the feud between the standpat aud insurgent Republicans is concerned that is a family fight a performance for which I have no taste I interfered in a family fight once when in my salad days and ev ery time 1 think of it 1 humbly and reverently thank heaven that I am still alive If the fact that certain such as LaFollette Murdock end Poiodexter won shows that is growing by the same token does not the fact that Beverage Bur kett aed Fowler lost show that insur gency is waning It is not wise ac cording to Lord Bacon to undertake to deduce a general rule from too few instancesHARD TO PREDICT Whether the insurgents will swal low the standpatters or the standpat ters will swallow the insurgents whether thorough trouncing they all will bring them together or sepa rate them more widely cannot be pre dicted with anything approximating certainty They have my hearty for a permanent and wider the more permanent and wider the better for the country Question do you regard the result of the last election as a whole As a victory for the or insurgents or as an outcome regardless of parties Answer I regard the result of the last election as a sweeping Democratic victory giving us a grave opportunity an imposing upon us as a golden oppur tunitv and imposing upon us a grave responsibilityQuestion Do you regard the ofthose who were progressives or insurgents iu tbe last session as a Republican victory regard the election of any sort of a Republican to any sort of an office as a Republican victory pro Tanto There is no use to multiply words in answering No 6 Question 7 A re you in favor of up at the present session a of the a PayneAldrich wool and cotton schedules or do you think it would be preferableto take up a tariff revision at the present ses don and if so could this be done in your opinion without disturbing corn mercial interests in general WHAT NEEDS REVISION Answer Unquestionably the cot ton and wool schedules need revising so do tbe other schedules some more some less Whether any revision will be attempted at this short session in which there are only about 65 working days I do not know Democratic ac tion will depend on tbe consensus of Democratic opinion in House and Sen ate Democratic opinion indeed I might broaden it so as to say public opinion is divided on tbe two methods of a general bill or by st p ante bills This too is a matter not of principle but of detail which must be determined by ascertaining the of opinion among Democrats Each method has its advantages and each has its advocates and opponents I feel sure tnat changes in the tariff in fulfillment of the promises of responsi ble Democrats can be made without In juringany legitimate commercial or business enterprise Indeed I am fain to believe that every legitimate business and commercial enterprise would be positivelvbenentted by a just and wise revision of tbe tariff It be advisable to put in a sliding scale of reduction to extend over a period of year as was put in to the tariff bill in 1833 so that bus aess enterprises might adjust to the change It was almosjt a year before any one tried tbe murder of little Aura Kellner and now Wendling is SeateBced to prises for life had attorneys are asking for a new trial No one could immaglne a more bruta crime He iieitber landceat or gull ty aad should either free or dwUlv after tbe horrible crime was r 1 have manor id LEA DINGQU ION AnswerMost bus- Iness prosperity standpattersA gct 5How progressives AnswerI taking revisionby consensus lit for his t l comet enlightened welfare legitimate idiot insurgents insurgency wishes separation reelection revision general gradually themselves was best dbete Cenptittrdeath9llerel eoaiitd 1 RHEUMATISM B BTestei Fir 30 Yem Aching bones swollen joints perma nently cured through tbe blood with pure Botanical ingredients To prove It we will send a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE If you have bone pains sciatica or shooting pains and leg aching back or blades swol len joints or swollen muscles difficul ty In moving around so you Have to use crutches blood thin or pale skin Itches and burnt shifting pains bad breath lumbaog gout take Bo ttnic Blooa Balm B B B which will remove every symptom because B B B sends a tingling flood of warm rich pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves bones and Joints giving warmth and strength just it is needed and In this way making a per feet lasting cure of Rheumatism In all its forms r t B B B has made thousands of cures of rheumatism after all otber medicines liniments and doctors have failed to help or cure druggists or by express 1 00 per large bottle with for home cure Sample sent free by writing Blond Balm Co Allan ta Ga Describe your trouble and free medical advice given Sold by F P Frisbie 1m ENGLISH SPARROW IS MENACE So Regarded by Minnesota State Eft tomologist Because It Destroy Much Farm Produce The English sparrow is looked upon by the Minnesota state entomologist at the experiment station as a menace to farmers not only destroying grain but also driving away useful birds The division of entomology suggests that a very humane way of destroying them is to feed them wheat for a few morning in the winter in a straight line in yard or field and when the birds have become accustomed to the system to rake the line with a gun loaded with fine shot Wheat it has been said may be soaked in whisky and eaten by the sparrows Inducing such intoxication that they may be picked up and killed Destroying sparrows nests several times in suc cession as they built has nesting in the locality by means of active poisons is not recommended by the division Incause the dead birds are eaten by outs poultry etc The entomologist J is discouraged their roosting during the winter under the eaves of his own home and defiling the building by the use of a small collecting pistol of fine shot shooting them off their perches at dusk THE PHILANTHROPIST They were seated on a bench In the park when he heard footsteps and looking up remarked Have a good look at this chap Hes a great philanthropist Immediately interested she asked for further particulars- He spends his life he said in as slating his fallen brothers and sisters He raises them when they are down They stretch their herds appealingly to him and bruised and crushed hu manity cling to him sure of help Oh what a good man Whoever is he she asked breathlessly Oh he is the instructor at the ska ting ring was the answer Clevvr This young man who wants to marry you do you know about him Til be frank with you papa I know little or nothing I met him at the seaside in June and from the very first I felt that I could love him But you are taking great chances my dear He an adventurer any special thing that addition to his regard for you Yes He told me that he to his business career on your own ambitious rise and re jnarkable success Send him to my office my dear Handicapped Now whats the matter asked mamma Why boohoo Tommy shrieked plaintively Hes making faces at me Well exclaimed didnt I tell you not to play Tommy WwweH he I aint play In with him Hes over in his yard makin faces at me Oh well said his mamma cant you make faces at him Wwwell boohoo 1 did wailed Willie but hes so much homelier an me that he skins me every time How an appalling calamity in his family was prevented is told by A D McDonald of Fayetteville N C D No 8 My sister bad consump tion be writes stie was very thin and pale bad no appetite and seemed to grow weaker every day as all failed till Dr Kit gs New Di was tried and so completely cured her that she has not been with a cough since Its the best medicine I ever saw or beard of For coughs cold lagrippe asthma croup hemorrhageall bronchial It bas no equal 50c tl 00 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by B E Mc Sod MKC There wjll be a meeting of the share holders of the Citizens National Bank at the banking house on Tuesday January 10th 1911 to elect dir ectors to serve the ensuing year B F Hudson Cashier Mound City Paints may cost atrifle wbuUC C Storm 4 r Ch Ir IamIOf Ceay I you where a were discouraged Destruction Clarawhat maybe himin Its he SaM AwW Dealt B- It remedies troubles 1 m seven ix J The The shoulder akin rich directions Isntthere commends papa intended model Hum tomorrow mamma with sobbed Fur coven troubled Roberts L M j r FY 1 y For thirty years J F Boyer of Per tile Mo needed help and couldnt find it Taats why be wants to help some one now Suffering so long him self he feels for all distress from Nervausness Loss of Appetite Lassitude and Kidney disorders He shows that Electric work wonders for such troubles Five bottles he writes wholly cured me and now I am well and healthy Its also pos itively guaranteed for Liver Trouble Dyspepsia Blood Disoaders Female Complaints and Malaria Try them 50c at B McRoberts Son 1 m Particular Sex A blind lately discarded her afglanced lover because a confidential friend her that the young man squinted Commissioners Sale sf Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Pattie S Anderson Others Pffs VSSadie Russell Anderson OthersDefendants Pursuant to a judgement of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered in the above styled cause at its November term 1910 the undersigned Commis sioner will on MONDAY DECEMBER 26th 1910 this day being County Court Day be tween tbe hours of twelve oclock noun and two oclock P M sell at public outcry in front of the Court House door in Lancaster Kentucky to the highest and nest bidder the following real property to wit farm containing one hundred thirtyeight and thirtyfour acres lying on the Lancaster and Danville turnpike road about two miles from Lancaster and bound ed as follows Beginning at a stone and oak stump stump now gone turner to the 8 33 acres sold to J O B Collier thence with line of said 8 33 acres S 47 W passing turner to same at McWilliams at 155 chains and passing a hickory fore and aft at 1615 chains in all 2535 chains to a stake corner to same and in line to Walton Moss with Muss S 38f E 550 chains to a planted lime stone in bed of an old road corner to Mossand J W Elmore formerly J S Robinson said stone is S 42 W 2 63 chains from another stone planted in said old road and which was an orig nal corner to J S Robinson theme with Elmore and with a post and fence S 66J E passing a lanrp white oak at 387 chains in all 1230 chains distance by protraction to a point in line to and corner to the 33 acres one rood and 14 poles tract of Thomas Anderson lava thence with a line of said tract ou a beating calculated fruiii notes ul 33 acres oue rood and 14 pules as tlie omitted side 01 a traverse LUc cioug line m the original notes be mistake N 3iJ2 LUIS distance by prutraciiou sue tu toe fact that the total distance ol this oelore mentioned side runs from a point 910 of a pule west of a marked Hickory as per said calculation ol ouiitted side N E 1892 dams to a stake a few Jeet west young su gar tree thence by calls copied from deed from S 11 Audersou to Thomas Anderson book 16 page 361 with one degree magnetic vaiiaiioii applied S 87 E chains to stake in toe rasp edge of a fence row corner to said 33 acres 1 rood and 14 pules anti a uew corner new wade in the field notes LU tUe acres belonging to Thoui ts Auderyon aud now cut off to miu tueuce a protracted line to said loui acres S 9 E 1273 chains to a poiut iu toe luiddle of tue old Dauvnie witii middle uf said pine W 28fE actual beating chains oy to a point iu luiuule ul pine N 36 12 E 479 chaius to a point at north tale or uieauow Jfo 64 E 2u85 chains to a point iu middle A 395 cuaius to a point iu uiidole turner to the 24 acres by G B bwiuebroad arum W m Aic C Johnston thence leaving pine with line to said track N 57i W 6 00 chains to the corner post uC a wire fence on the west bank of a drain N W 322 chains to the turner post of fence crossing drain diagonally N 1 12 W 18 50 chains to a point iu the middle of tbe new Lancaster aud turnpike to said tract thence with middle and meanders ut pike N 88 34 W 2 50 chains to a point at north of meadow b W 1 53 chains to a point in middle corner to Popes lot thence stilt with pike in eluding said lot S 43 14 W passing N Wcoruer of saia lot at 1 15 chains in chains to a point 17 links S of middle of pike S 82 W 975 chains to a point 2 feet S of middle N 79 W 300 chains TO a point 5 feet S of middle N 55 34 W passing entrance to residence at 75 links in all 3 75 chains a in middle N 41 34 W 9 64 to a paint 1 foot north of mdole and cor ner to Currant heirs thence leaving pike and with their line S 7 34 iv passing an original stone corner at 5z links in all 9 24 chains point two feet N of a seedling apple tree cunr to same and to the 8 33 acres sold lu J P B Collier with line of said tract S 28 W 14 89 chains to the beginning containing one hundred thirty eight and fifty eight one hundredths acres One fourth of an acre is deducted from the above content for Popes lot leaving a net area of one hundred thirty eight and thirty four one hun dredtbs acres TERMS Tuffs land will be sold vn acredt of one and two yearsand the purchaser wilt e required to give bond with ap proved security with a lien retained on the land to secure payment ut said bonds said bonds to bear interest ai tbe rate of per cent per from date of sale until paid the bonds to have force and eftVct of ajud gement execution may if not paid at maturity The will be permitted to pay on third of the purchase price of said land in cash if be desires to the Pattie S Anderson and Alberta B Elizabeth C Anderson Carry Walton toreeleve same and If they are toreceiTe une the commissioner willreceive one of the price and after confirmation of lfbe s le and payment of costs the residue of said onethird will he oat aceordlnir to and In a cordance with further orders of this court December 7thl l AttT tot PWitHfe fAIl 11 1 YT n II Informed hundredths rail- Ing halo tug a 1228 chains 3 ut a lour 5 61 4lt E 1914 6114 514 Loa six and so and n Anderson b BUBalODKC GC C- aB SeOi Backache B girl the had lee purchased duo Danville corner ill tai chains annum issue purchaser plaintiff Anderson are willing said T0R1I MOS I t 1 Having rented my farm I will sell to highest and best bidder at my place two and onehalf miles from Lancaster on the New Danville pike on Friday Dec 9th 10 at 9 oclock the following described property One good work horse seven years old 3 brood mares all in foal 1 colt 1 pair two year old mules 1 aged mule 1 suckling mule 1 milk cow five 250 pound meat hogs 30 head of sheep 5 sows and pigs 1 rubber tire buggy steel 2 sets of buggy harness 1 Old Hickory wagon 1 Mlchell wagon mowing machine hay rake good as new peering 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 tied 2 turning plows 1 ride ing cultivator 2 sets wagon harness plow gear etc Also 1 stack of hay and 50 barrels of earn in crib Household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale Am Bourt Auct Frank Ross rhSale I tl tire buggy suckling That Boy Yours Of Will likely return from w school with a lot of books which he will have to u year Better welcome him with a 9loi Arac1i BookCase Section or two in his room where he can have them handy to refer age a little summer study F G HURT HENS Sets Chickens Sets Geese 7 to Ticts Ducks lOcts Eggs 28 to 29 cents COAL 12itoI9c Red Ash Jellico 16cts Bennet Jellico 15cts Nut Coal 12 cts Cannel Coal 19cts B B NORTBCOTT DEPOT STREET toandencour I 1 Saves Steps Buy your wife one for XMAS- A Gift that is appropriate ornamental and useful Special Price 2500 R G Hurt Betsys Pointers a nervous over a little annoyance is hatching a bunch of trouble c marrow Molly and I agree afterwide investigation that the to iSUowri to get allkinks Christmas goods is at R S Browns Santa Clause has lifted lid at this and findsit filled to the roof Woman who fort it 7 w i f rc lift the store Y OH LOOK e Whats The Biggest Event of The Year December 13 to THINK INSURED YOUR T011000 BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH iHILEY Office National Bank ofLancaster Phone 31 SELL 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 tinfnl Kentucky y J fiJm ftU J i jJ B NAIT I O K Io u 0 a m1 I 01 Is i i fii 01 I 24 I I YiTCH I rQl rrlJmHi J J r l Iilr Jif fu1ifl rd iJ I HAIELDErJ Q d 1 ti trs Comings QI Q0 j r- A 4 When Women Point to the White Swan Flour as the best of all they know what they are a bout If there is one thing women can judge well it is flour U J I I t Tell your grocer to send you a sack of the WHITE SWAN FLOUR If you do not declare it the best you ever used you will be the first to whom it has not successfully appealed Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop VI IIWIII fIvaf1ruanU o ST MOD H MATUESS l i i The Worlds Best Mattress in all grades that were 15 to 225O now I50O A Better Mattress For Less Money E6tturtjLancasterKy I i v t it T Send In Guess by Next Wednesday MorningYour No 1 RESPONSIBLE BANKING Responsibility a aaeaaaity ngardkai of any iptcial services the biker may render Th offioan of art ntpontible and business men of this city and vicinity It Las a Capital of 50000 a Surplus of 25000 and its undivided profits of 15000 all of which have been earned Fire Proof Vault and Bursar Proof Safe for its depositors The Bank which treats the small depositor with the same courtesy as the lar gest and whose officers have the time and inclination to be interested in the welfare of every depositor thIa bat Influential ry fi No 2 Whos theTailoringPirm Who makes your clothes right up to the minute in style fit workman ship and cloth What firm consist ing of two crack tailors study your individuality in order to give you the best is in You would not carry your watch to a blacksmith to have it So carry your suit to a tailor when it needs pressing thats who tailoring repaired I that there WHO WHO CONTEST IS No 3 That carries a complete line of Christmas toys to please the little ones Who are exclusive agents for Heinz Coffee An excellent line of canned goods fresh fruits and such toothsome dainties you will enjoy at this seas on of the year Nar The Public Squar Who is the tlroceryFfrm No 4 Who Can Not Guess The Bank whose facilities appeal most to the study and discriminating farmWhich bank does not make an exception to negotiable loans seemed by real estate the best security on earth whose offices are spacious with The Latch String hanging on the outside The bank with agood supply of safety deposit boxes for rent secured from fire and thieves by the strongest steel lined fire and burglar proof vault in the county The only financial instiution with its large cash capital its bond legally author ized to act as Trustee Guardian Administrator or Executor or in any other judiciary capacity and here invites you to become a customer y No 5 THE STORE sf DEEDS STORE INTEGRITY THE PROGRESSIVE STORE Deeds things that count in every line of Endeavor Progress is the backbone of every successful Institution Early i our career we laid down a set of business principles based on absolute integrity fullfillment of promise and square dealingand resolved to liva up to them We Have Done So and Success Has Been Its Reward scale of prices so that selection is easy and prices satisfactory It is not our purpose to proclaim that we are we qualify in all particulars but we ask you Does the management of a successful business for over thirty years inspire you with confidence in our ability to serve you well If it does try us out We do not believe in misrepresentation or exaggeration in any form and therefore think ourselves entitled to your patronage whose store is one of the most hospitable and meeting place for Ladies ofGarrard and adjoining counties where a hearty welcome is always assured and where you will be comfortably cool in Summer and warm in winter So get in the habit and for highclass merchandise be sure and visit The Dependoo Store are Integrity is what impresses you most when you intend purchasing so not true that you first want to be assured of the integrity of the house you propose to deal with Then you want to be certain that the stock is ample in designs and honestthat isit sociable No 6 Who Are The Two Young Men who started in business to win and from all appearances they are good Both live wires always busy serving their customers and looking out foi new ones to please They are capable of satisfying you in the Grocery line We have many helpful suggestions for your Dinner You will find a variety of H J Heinzs and Cos Goods Chase and Sanborns Famous Coffee and Olney Canned Goods We have one of the largest and finest lines of China and Queensware as onehalf of our store is devoted to it We sell the very best and have a large of Fruits and Candies Quality is the greatest consideration as all of our goods are of the best quality making l Christmas variety No 10 There Is One Big Trading Center In Lancaster The place where the quality is the highest and the price always the lowest Its a store of varieties selling merchandise of ment in more than will be found elsewhere in the city In Millinery we ex cell we are the recognized leaders using high standard material and ex elusive designs Ladies Cloaks Suits and Shoes Gentlemens Clothing Furnishings and Shoes Toilet Articles Carpets Rugs and Mattings Trunks and Suit Cases For beautiful Christmas suggestions for the lit tIe ones you will find a variety of Toys Quality is the selling force thats why its said if it comes from its good departments ti 1 t No 7 Who Is The Merchant showing the fashionable line of Frat Clothing and For Men Who Care Florsheim Shoes an J the Famous WalkOver Shoes Cluett and Shirts Arrow Brand Collars Stetson Hats and H and P Gloves Winter is coming so whos your tailor Everything less than cost Monarch A Record To Be Proud Of What institution out of the numerous ones in the country has that proud distinction of being the sixth oldest in the South It is an institution of conservative ideas and has demonstrated its ability to with stand panics and disturbances some of the most disasterous the county has known has taken place since this institutions organization It has hever been forced to close its doors for a single day nor cause its the loss of a single dollar and has never failed to pay its a semiannual dividend having paid out of its net profits 763 00000 to its stockholders since its organizaticn Your business is on the basis of this honorable service and record I No 8 financial depositors stockholders invited No 1 1 In 1873 A Certain BusinessWas Established In Lancaster In the line that this firm sold quality was the greatest consideration This firm has always sold you goods backed up by firms with estab lished reputations and by so doing have always maintained the lead and anything that you buy of this firm you can rely upon Whose large volume of business in the last thirty seven years has demanded them to increase their building capacity four times as much as when We are leaders in things farmers use having a full and com plete line and can fit you out from head to tail for that which made Kentucky Famous J established No 12 Patronize Home Industry An institution whose equipment is not to be excelled by those in the large cities We are prepared to take care of your work in this line promptly and at a reasonable price We also make a specialty of Dry Cleaning and Pressing Be a boos ter not a knocker and patronize your home industries Everything returned but the Dirt No 9 WhoI- s always uptodate and just a little ahead WHO Is the leading Clothing Shoe Hat and Furnishing of Lancaster WHO Carries the famous Hart Schaffner and Marx line Clothing Wilson Brothers Shirts Hawes and Stetson Hats Adlers Gloves W Douglas Shoes for men and Red Cross Shoes for Ladies The House of Quality Thats Who L Hour No 13 One of the Latest and Greatest Inventions of the age for producing heat This stove is so arranged that it radiates just double that of any other stove as all of its fuel is tuned int heat and it will save onethird of your fuel bilL Give the of this StoveSanta Claus Headquarters Who has the largest line of toys Christmas Goods Silverware Cut Glaa and Hand Painted China Hunters supplies such as coats shot guna rifles and ammunition Who is the only firm suing a guaranteed sew lug machine We sell anything from a needle to a thrashing name I I machine No 14 WHO IS THE LEADING LIVE WIRE INSURANCE MAN Who is the Insurance Man who in the last three years has made the largest percentage of increase and is now recognized as one of the leaders Who is the only exclusive Insurance Man hi the county who writes Insurance and nothing but Insurance giving his entire time and attention to the Insurance business During his career he has sold more Life and Fire Insurance than any other man in the county Who writes Insurance of all kinds and of every description and pays losses on a strictly cash basis promptly without any discount Who protects you when you are sick or disabled in any way and takes care of more widows and orphans than any other man in the county Who because of his constant application is ant recognized as the best authority on Insurance and is on the go winter and summer during sunshine or rain also going anywhere at any time for business Companies None Better Few As Good Who Works Sells Eats Sleeps and Dreams Insurance known No 15 Who Has Been A Friend to the farmers of Garrard County for the lest three years and is more willing than ever to be his friend and maintain his in the Who for the last three years has been paying to the farmer the highest market price for a crop which nearly every farmer in the Blue Grass State has taken an interest in So why ship your crop to a loose market when you have a good home market that pays you the most satisfactory price obtainable Whose officers are men of experience with a thourough understanding of the business in every detail aiming to give perfect satisfaction to the farmer Who has one of the most ablest and experienced buyers in the State of Kentucky and has proven his ability to the farmer in every respect good will future t VI No 19 What Is Lancasters Favorite Pastime Where is now and where for the last year has been and where always will be the place to spend the most pleasant hour at the least ex pense You have the privilege of coming here every night in the week and see something new and attractive every night Where there are tiresome waits and everything is kept in a most sanitary condition Where do you go when you want to enjoy yourself of an evening and be entertained and receive courteous treatment as it is our aim and desire to please you L r nor No 16 We Sell The Best That Money Can Buy One of the principal things manufactured in Lancaster is an article used almost daily by most of the housewives here It is made of the finest quality of a choice product and is manufactured by a process that makes it pure and wholesome No meal is complete without it and you can be sure that it is the best because it is made right here at home by home people Many a Lady in Lancaster has acquired a wonderful rep utation for the fineness of the things she can make from this product as it is as White as and fit to serve in The White House I aLily No 20 What Mineral Is produced from the earth in aboundant quantities and after it is refined its service has numerous purposes all over the world in var ious and different forms This when refined to the Brand of Fire Proof produces excellent light and heat Who makes prompt of samein your locality I product delivery No This Place That YOU WOULD UK TO GUESS is filled with Ladies all well dress ed our clerks are courteous when you call we put on the finishing touches thats all In our designers are specialists in originating ing fashions InQualitybecause our reputation is to well established to offer anything but thoroughly highgrade line 21 stylebecause become dependable No 17BABIES have trouble in cutting them at various ages loose themand then cut them again which with i the proper care and attention will last a life time You have twenty eight at first then as you grow you cut four more making thirty two in alL Some times they bother and ache you causing great pain at times Who in Lancaster has the knowledge and experience of them giving satisfaction to his patients for the last thirty years I I I Children wiser treating No 22 Things To Eat In fact the best things to eat which are delivered to and in a most sanitary A Stone Baking Cos Cakes wrapped in parchment paper keep ing it fresh and sanitary also Del Monte Canned Goods A beautiful display of Hand Painted China Your patronage is solicited as this is the place for Sanitary Groceries conditions as F No 18We Sell Good Goods No Other Kind Who is the grocer who is uptodate and keeps up with the times at to serve you best The best is the cheapest because they go farther and are more healthful and you can take pleasure in what you eat The only place where you can get anything you want when you want ft m Groceries Fresh and Cured Meats and Queensware with quick delivery and prompt service Name a brand of canned goods which have the same name as the man who invented the first steamboat which anvery popular with us Everything To Eat as 23We Make Something Used InEvery Home- I was bred in Old Kentucky born in Lancaster and rated m alhomes where good things to eat are appreciated You need me cf course you do the more you need me themore I do for you My anth er was scoured fanned and powered and I am offered you m exchange for your dough and then I make dough for you When I am the mm ready to do the most good I am often cut up but that dont worry as I go ahead and am served to you taking the shortest romte to mans heart My merit has won as I have given satisfaction to patron all over Garrard County for over a quarter of a century so when the se cret is out you can get more from your grocer eet a NO 24 WHAT It Is Better To Have One And Not Want One Than To Want One And Not Have One WHAT Who does not travel or ride in a carriage or automobile or could not be will not and whom Water will sot drown dog not lightningstrike not fall anything or who ft any nr never die Such a does not noel OBC and nBffer BO would he want one So The Person Who Does Not Carry One In This World Will Have to Carry Fire Insurance In The Next Some people gamble by spat their time and labor and money by housing a crop of hay tobacco oattand other farm produce and keeping thousands of dollars invested in live stock housed in bans and gamble with thaaadrea that it bum Do You Other people place their savings in home and handsome furniture and men gamble on thEe luck that it will not burn Do You Still others invest thouaaixfa m factories mills warehouses MIl other thing Mtjtet to think they by careful watching prevent a Ire Do You To all persons gambling with themselves against loss by fire wind or tornado we would suggest you give the matter careful consideration WIlD ratlina i tab rhnmraa af r lID of thek accuaioktioaa for a Hethme by gMjHiig on their hick injured it run over by ODe who ipavements who does not go near how who can mover have spniDs broken bones cuts or esburn whom even a will bite nor who can or can not sick from cause person I w can 1IIiIIF not So iti to late the oldest and t agency in the eountr Mt wkJI b1t- r I c v to 4 4 upon dislocations ri fes eire t p t l r- r a iR ai We thio baton see established rli rs1M ywiwY December Sale TAILORED SUITS CflATS DRESSES and Furs At Greatly Reduced Prices ToDay we place on sale our entire stock of Suits Coats and Dresses at prices ranging onethird to onehalf less than regular The season is rapidly closing and we still have a very large stock on hand It is now our object to dispose of them as quickly as possible therefore these re ductions cc c H t J 0 s T i M Tailored Suits 1750 Tailored All wool Suits Reduced to 1000 2000 Tailored Cheviot Serge Suits Reduc ed to 1350 25 oo Tailored Zibiline Cloth Suits Reduc ed to 1500 3000 Tailored Novelty Cloth Suits Re duced to 1950 35 oo Tailored Broadcloth Suits Reduced to 2250 Tailored Novelty Cloth Suits to 2500 4500 r Reduced Dresses 1700 Serge Dresses Reduced to 10 00 2250 Dresses Reduced to 1450 Silberian Lynx Sets Pillow tir Rug Muff with large Shawl at 950tar S Tailored Coats 1350 Tailored Black and Fancy Coats Reduced to 1000 1500 Tailored Black Cloth Coats Reduced to 1200 2000 Tailored Black Cloth Coats Reduced to 1500 18 oo Tailored Cravanette Rain Coats to 1250 i5oo Tailored Silk Repp Rain Coats Re duced to 1100 All Muses and Childrens Cloaks at Greatly Reduced Prices Reduced Dresses S2900 Dresses Reduced tb 1650 3500 Dresses 1750 l Reduced o December Fur Sale= Black Sets Pillow Muff with l ge Shawl Collar at 2500 I W f j t GIFTS Our presentelaborate display of Novelty Articles for Christmas Gifts is by far the best wie have aver attempted and we suggest your selections while stocks are cornpleteHun deeds of beautiful pieces Starling Silver Jewelry Brass Old Copper Cut Glass Pictures Desk Sets Writing Desks Desk Tables Chairs Fancy furniture Rugs Leather Goods Hand Bags SuitCases Linen Umbrellas Gloves Handker chiefs Neckwear c too numerous to mention in this advertise ment COME AND SEE DANVILLE KY n w 7 n Mirrors Art 4 I CHRISTMAS that urmake Gods IS r YOUR DOLLAR Will come back to you if you spend it at home It is gone forever if you send it to the Mail Order House A glance through our ad vertising columns will give you an idea where it will buy they most Subscribe For The Record WINTER TOURIST TICKETS FLORIDAAND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTSON SALE DAILY fr 1 I I j c J r TO iS YL GOOP RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31 191- 1HU WiTBILAtS CAU N MY MENT fKEN ft CKSCOT IHTE oa Warns C KBM h ilS rareraI TkMAgt1N EM St ImNQU N KIt y Waists 575 Silk Waists Reduced to 275 650 Silk Waists Reduced to 390 Black Fox Sets Pillow or Barrel Muff with Shawl Collar at 3500 r Ordinance An amendment to ordinance to an ordinance to proiiibir any per son firm on corporation from selling drugs or patent medicine K that same shall nut apply to a bona fide resident and to such bona fide resident shall be granted the right to sell by paving to treasure a fee of 5 per day for every day be sh Ii sell Ordinance The city cuuucii ui the city of Lan caster KY du iTdfciu as follows lb shall be unlawful or auy one to yell barter or luau directly or iudi rectly auy beverage liquid mixture ordecueiiuu of auy Kind which prudu ur causes intoxication in the Lancaster by person who shall sell barter or loan directly or indirec tly any such beverage liquid mixture i the sum of not less than twenty nor more than one hundred di 1 lars fur each offense and any sale bar ter or loan of any article with the expressed or implied that or titled to or possession of any such beverage liquid mixture or decoction shall also pats shall be cup sidered a barter or loan within theterms of this ordinance MayorRFOR SALE Show cases countersS light electrolier new reclining uphol stered chair wheel chair 12 foot oak dining table with extra adjas round 3 panel 2ft 10 in by 6rt 11 In 6 single llt sash 2ti 10 by 3 ft 11 In 2 plate jjlass 2 ft 5 in fr2 in 2 plate glass 2 ft 4 In by 7 ft 5 inl plate Klass 2 ft 9 in by 8ft 2 In 1 marble stab 2 ft by 9 ft 54 pair window shutters 1ft 5 In by 7 tfllInTTJUStormeil014tfj i r the MayorR Ices I any LancasterKy hy5 1J e 1 r fit fft tt amend license city dollars agreement the right sale invalid table top doors NONEYBACK McbkrtiJcSM Gianatws MI Tt Shell we IrfgestioB and StMiacli Sickaess MIONA guaranteed to cure indi gfstion or any stomach trouble or mc ney back It is not a makeshift rcme dy but is a stomach tonic and up builder tbat taken regulaely make the stomach strong and healthy It builds up the nerves puts rich the veins and headaches all nervousness Why should any reader of Record besleate to try stomach prescription when it cost a cent unless it cures In five minutes it will banish after dinner distress nervousness gas eruc tations or heartburn Women who desire a lovely complex ion sparkling eyes and perfect health should try MiONA stomach tabets They cause the stomach to properly keep the liver stomach bowels in order and furnish nutritious matter that makes pure rich red blood If you have any sickness caused b the stomach such as sick headache biliousness dizziness constipation sleeplessness nightmare or nervous ness MIONA stomach tablets wi surely bring you back to health Sold by R E Son druggists everywhere and guaranteed to do just as advertised Free trial request from Booths Mioua N Y PKEAC1IEKSV1LLK I Mr Thos Naylor sold some corn to Mr Thos Deslum at 2 15 in field Mr John Bell sold to Mr H G Cummins some corn at 8225 delivered Little Miss Iva Thompson has been very sick and not able to attend school Mrs Timothy Naylor is reported u being quite ill at this writing Mr orge O Spoonamore sold ten 194 pound bogs to Mr W II Brown at 6 cents Messrs Herring and Kennedy bought some shoats of Sam Purcell at 240 and 350 each Mr J P Ballard sold some bulls at Lancaster court at 3 cents Mr Sam J Harris sold 2 mules to Mr W B Burton of Lancaster for F L Thompson shipped a car of hogs to Cincinnati receiving 7i CIS Mr E L Willson of near White Vlil had the misfortune to lose hlh iobacco barn by fire a lamp upsetting on some loose hay was the cause uf the olaze the barn tobacco and were consumed covered by insurance Mr Charles oaten is something of acorn man he gathered fortylive carrels off of three acres in the Roost bend of Dix river A farmer near here has a gasoline rfiiniiiewbich balks sometime he now ays he is thinking of throwing the tiling in the river Mr Charles Odten of near here Tappbanna caught a wild duck of the Mallard variety in a drift last week He has it with his tame ones and it is becoming gentle Cress I Jones shipped a car of hogs Cincinnati for which they paid 6 to i cents also a lot of butcher cattle fur which they paid 3 to 31 cents Mr K G Smith sold a pair of mules to Mr W B Burton of Lancaster for 310 Cress and Jones sold 350 barrels of corn to Mr Brown at 8250 put in crib Mr Brown will soon move from Har rodsburg to the old Phillips farm Mr J H Thompson is suffering sundry bruises and a sprained lower limb as result of a large hug knocking him down Mr T being busily engaged in slanghtering did not fee the swift rush of the porker Mrs J M Cress sold 160 dollars worth of eggs from 125 hens of I he Brown Leghorn variety This is not taking into account the eggs used for domestic purposes and for hatching Rev Pierce Bryant will preach at at the Baptist church Saturday and Sunday A large crowd is expected as last meeting day was so rainy Mr Thomas Show has finished saw ing a large body of timber on the old home place The Masonic bretherens met Sat urday night of last week to transact business Ms Faters Rubles To many winter is a season of trou ble The frost bitten toes and linger chapped bands and lips chilblains cold sores red and rough skins prove But such troubles fly before Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial con vinces Greatest healer of Burns Boils Piles Cuts Sores Eczema and Sprains Only 25c at R E MoRiberts Son 1m Near Its Final Stage Mr Dorkins Maria I think I can make this dining table last a while longer by replacing a few of the top boards with new ones Mrs Well go ahead and patch the top of the old thing up if you think you can but I want you to understand that Its on Its last legs Ill never be without Dr Kings New Life Pills again write A Sch ingeck 647 Elm St Buffalo N Y cured me of chronic constipa all failed for Biliousness Jaundice Chill Malaria indjD hiHty25c at B IL McBoberti fctfon 4lK Ia will bl od- In stops and this great doesnt ood and I McRoberts and on I I I G 340Mr Dork 1Mb 0SIre TIiIp New lion other 1 i Lie Central digest Buffalo 4 hay Buzzard this when Unequal Its digestion Headache lh t ORDINANCE T4e City Council of the City of Lau catslor do in liin as HI lu s 1 1 hlitiil Uis unluwiul fur Hi ill ur curp jiuLiuu lu open ur cunduetil Sufi arsine Liuuse ur seal ur offer fur drinks Ciiyof Lancaster Kentucky without a license therefor from the City The term sol t drink is intended to apply to such houses or paces of husinets whue here is sold Malt Ale Malt Mcnfl Nexiti beer Temperance Brew M l tint pogo lieerine Cream of Hups Hopi iua or H r near tiers hard cider ginger ale or other soft drinks ur liquors of sinrilar nature or similar nr like ingredient to The term soft drink is ijHei d tajjppl ffitjo anv of tie awivn iiiuiiii ui i eiti4 u lu SEOT1ON2 Thtr license fee for the sale of aiiy such drinks in of Lancaster shall te 70000 for one payable In advance and no allhe jjranl pd fur less a year Every person firm or corporation now e irir d ir shall hireafier the business of seeing KfiVriig to selljsnili flririKSur any or at rp r tMi annual 1 Tense ftc of 700 00 and all Itaensps imposed and nlhctpd slmlrhp u ed for the Xnengps of city unvernmpnt pro vidini that thfsnrrliusincp shi an nv tn orrlinirv sorl fountains xvhpro ifi ffpscrihcr sort to hp alP nf orrhmrr snrti pun or cncn cult that are Enid hy hnnu lisle merchants SECTION 3 TUe license above piovided lug snail nut be issued unless ai pliciuiuii in writing t Lie Mi tr of ate hitid CJny who shall the application to the Council ii said thy its regular or cullrd ui idj Unifdhessiun anu each appttcaiior surill nive l In name of llu iippierul tiid the bui ding where the said bus is priipused tj be onduct d whether c is an owner ui ea ee tlertof That said i willing for an inspection of the busings and the drinks or vvlifoh ho is soiling bartering or loaning or offering to sell barter or 1iiiii nv any or representative if as the councl mni provM such appliraii ins shull be nv ih ii in or corpora i ion and if a fiin hv each member thereof and i ent in Ganntd County Kei t fev M e applicant furnish the connci with such inrurnihUnn bearing refer fnee there to as shall he bv lip ciiMioji or jrs apn i tffi mtvinii tee All licenses issued under this ordi Mis l be riVdtvibe bf nd f f fur any ran1 which in its Mninirm is grind and silli Monf and sarI hoard of council hate the right ci rpfus irrsmt IW1 nv per n or persons or hid character whn miv apnH therefor or at nv proper in the uiioits junVment for the cnnrliict of such biisinpss SECTION 4 lr shall be unlawful for any haying soft drun li cense issued under this ordinance tc suffer anv tillspirituous yin nus or malt to be drunk on the premise or premises adjicent thereto ro have or to keep anv iiiloxiivitint- iquors of any kind on the premises ro jfirdless for vlia t purpose they may hp there No pool or pool tables or earn or carol tal les dire or dice imblini devices of any kind shall hp kept or used or of any nature be permitted upon the premises r jinvone under o i narce It shall be unlawful for am owner or controler of nnfratinir nndpr this jrd nn cp to vnffar n minor undpr ai of 21 vAs r to enter in in in SECTION 5 The place or places o business ui each or every place wlujr suit drinks are suld eiiiier iii hull les in utlierise in any manner and every drink or decuctrm scl ur kept or offered fur time said City shall be su ject Lu the inspection of an authurzl Lancaster ur th police department i SucK thereof may examine take srr remove ftutu such the purpose of chemical analysis ui other tests any liquid drinks or decoc tions kept fur sale Jit such places or elsewhere in said City for the purpose of ascertaining whether or not such I quid drinks and decoct ions contain siif tieient quantity of alcohol to cause in toxication or being sold or offered foi sile on said premises or any other pli ces in the City of Lancaster Said in spection shall be made at reasonable hours and said agent or represent tive shall take or remove from sa places only a reasonable quantity or the articles of drinks irspeetpd to en able him t snake a careful and arru rate analysis thereof It it further provided that all screens enrt iR frn tPd any other oivjrnr Linn to the view shall not be almvprt that wlnrlnwRopeningur n nv shall be nnnh triif d so that a claar viw of the Intprin of the room can be had hv persons without when passing along said since ur jlley 6 All places for the uf hurt shall close there place uf business at 11 p m each week lax and nut liven same uniil 5 oclock a HI of the fulluwing any and at 11 ucuci P M on t ach Saturday said p slm 1 ueclohed and not opened UMtilSuclucl a m the following Monday and i will he unlawful any of the sale drinks during the hours when said pihereby directed to he closed SECTION 7 Such hari been first ordered by the board of Coun cil and the fee tureur paid i tin shall be issued in time name oT the fit of Lancaster by sncj under the sign the Cierk said City si issued for less or more than a period nf oneveai from thfrtate of Issuanwand it is further provider rhat the IcensoPR under such license shall nnt have time rftrhr to conduct more than one stand iir place hrsi npss under onp or a sin le l o nsp it is moved further that such shall he nintrnnsferrahl except bv the consent nf thlsconncil SECTIONS Any person who shl sell oruffer ur drink herein before designated wihnnt first uhtaired a licpnse to so d shall un con vlcon he fin d nut than 91000 or more than 10000 and salp made wlthnu shall constitute a separate offense and anr n rKon havfninbta1nprl a license having violated any nf nf this ordinance shall p jponyi tlnn he fined not than 10 00 or more than 10000 The hoard of council may in their discretion at any Ump cancel the license of anv porsnn who conducts their place of hn f rips in such a manner as to constitute a nnV anrft and detrimental to the welfare of the community nr rllnanre shall tak rffTt and after Passed December f 1010 F T Tnjran 1 lON UII sale ur I l nlttlOse n med City I ice liSt I I Ian I engage i I or Pill i1Tit all tIll are or t is tLst made at ICS t lie aprl app cahl pI ac- Ir tile drv aId sign ti it a corp lratilil hy irl cUd llirer rr slash liCe flY P tit to plane per Oil tamps w heft ing npt rat fIi any or Inrtrlrink IHTl1SER nrplaees I I or sate wi Ully or places f1r windows or the y fon drinks rice to sell are tore of I f s1la1 not he lOri lief nsr rind the r in less arid and i W KoBobtrtl I i t lvi keep lathe coot drinks Ihe year th general nor pteu lit lent decoc- tions emus p ron t requested the council hall ill liq loc r this soft rirink place fete sod the bulk in Ktlltof tile agents hereof far 1r Street SEJI10N cal ces licensee having less each license This inform from Mayor C1tlr Clerk l- m There is a lot of other Flour but none Me t OMJ 1111111111 tt it 7o tilen Lily 100 A N D IIWh1 bJfi PtL fJY FOR QUALITY I I Be sure and call for these brands when GOOD FLOUR rFJ f l t l JtXo1 I U I t I I I I t I III 11 I 11 III r A ft ft 1c Lrvouwait WE MAKE PRONE 47 LANCASTER KENTUCKY ML f in the subject of coal deep er you will find that our coal is by far the best are handling that kind and we would like to con oI I n I G GIN G I Veil a viuce you Save money by buying wellscreened hitjli grade coal from us which we are selling at living prices I Lancaster Lumber 1 WM 11 I I I II ii1 I 1 oP it k7 3 i3fiJ gJ G j4 iJftfia l t 3 BUY A E31 I IiUtYV1 ji and let me 1 Finish your pic Frill tures for you You Read the Blue Grass Edition of The Lexington Herald I o This is the regular Monday morning news edition con wining in addition six pages devoted to general farm new a L news pertaining to the farming interest of the Eke Grass section ofKentucky I j I J Special Rate to January 11912 Ii McRob2rtS liilita F 11 E 2c W1I 2 f gi Gives your business a tone and commands a respect and con I fidence that it cant possibly receive otherwise Let us fill that next order for I I Nothing to offer but the best quality and the wi tm money us a d E I The Central Record LANCASTER KENTUCKY Sf ra ttt F F AY US THAT n lulL i John J tiIl r j- 1i Neat Up To Date Pritig 11 F a a- l i you shoddy best workmanship anywhere awl j the Give trial w siI iw r D 1 F d r More than fourteen months of a good news and farm paper combined for the above small amount Order now and get advantage of the full time LEXINGTON HERALDLEXINGTON KENTUCKY t TED r 1 v Gossip About People V v N Gwgf LyThMC Wt Arc lelmiiiii hi Mr Alex Bishop is reported sick of the grip Dr and Mrs J G Pursley are 1 Frankfurt fur 7cis t Cecil Brown has visiting b cousin Russell Brown Mrs Baker is very ill at the home i herson Mr Alex Baker Miss Eunice Prather has been I Richmond visiting relatives Mrs CUrence Norton ofChicago f the guest of Mrs B H Batson Tommie Walker is recuperating after quite a siege of tonsiiitis A Amon visited friends i Lexington and Midway this week Mis Rella Arnold was with M e Broaddus of Buckeye Saturday f Mr William E Walker Lancaster new groceryman is reported ill of Mr and Mrs of Winchester are visitors of Mr and Mrs W E ChampLittle Miss Helen Gulley of Lower Garrard is with her cousin Miss Dunn Jesse Arnold of Frankfort is expec ted this week for a visit to Lancaster relatives Mite Hester Covington of Richmond is the truest of Misses Delia and Fan Die Tinder Mss Mivme Lee Ballard has return ed frnm a pleasant visit to relatives in Lexington R IT Batsnn been the Ruestdf her mother Mrs I H Hilton of StanfordMrs Dunn and little are in Lexington visiting her Mrs Ike Dunn Mrs Grover Gastinau has been her mother Mrs John Nayloi iienr Crab Orchard Mrs John Mount has returned from Stanford where she was called by the illness of her mother Mi s Jennie Duncan has been with her sister Mrs Richard Warren of Stanford for a short visit Mrs Sallie Ross Lawson left last week for a visit to her friend Mrs Jesse Arnold of Frankfort Paul Hilton is with relatives in Eat RpniKadr after a visit to bis sister Mrs M ilcom House Mr John Mtrrs if Richmond is his sisters Msdames R H Tom liusson and Ada B Kinnaird Mrs W S Elkin left Sunday night for home in Atlantaafter a stay with hersister Miss Jennie Duncan Misses Bet tie Robinson and Sue Bra sitar and Mrs U D Simpson spent Saturday in Dauville shopping Mrs W E Moss and Mrs H C Biily and little daughter have return ed from a visit to Middlesburo Miss Annell Tomlinson is at home aft T a three weeks stay with bier ds in Versailles and Lexington There wIJ be preaching at the Forks D x River Church next Sunday morning by Rev R O Kimble Miss Ida Putts returned Monday friim a ljn ihv sc j urn in Ohio to be with Davis Prather and Mrs Ben man Letcber of New York are expected to arrive soon for a to their Sister Mrs E L Owslev Mrs Fannie Parr has returned to her home in Indianapolis after a tracted visit to her sister Mrs Fan BryantMisses and Rettie Anderson gave an elaborate dinner Wednesday in honor of their visitor Mrs Jones of Kiioxville Judge R A Burnside and family rented the house for the ensuing year just vacated by Mr Thomas Johnston aud family Miss Nancv Walker of Randolph Mason Co 1ge Lynchburg Va will spend the holidays with her sisterMrs George D Robinson Mrs Lou Gray and children of Leb anon Junction are guests of Mrs A Ikid quite n li Mr J the grip Davis Mattie has visiting again ststrr M Mr hit I pro I 1 Me 1 tllte aJ7 i t Mrs a Mrs daughters sister visiting the her 1 r Grays Mrs Dishon ne Preachersvllle John Walker has been visiting in Richmond Miss Sue Anna Lear was with file ds in Lexington this week Mrs Lizzie Duller of Stanford with N Miller and family for a visi Miss Jennie Wardhas returned a visit of six months to relatives TexasJesse Prather and cousin Ott Clai have gone to spend the winter in sonvllle Florida Gordon Granger Jr who Is ing school at Morebead will spend tl Xmas holidays here with his aunt E L O Owsley Miss Mary gave a most ptuous dinner Monday to Misses Deli and Fannie Tinder and visitor Hester Covington of Richmond Miss Martha Kavaraugh who is i college at Cleveland Tenn will the Xmas holidays with her parent Mr and Mrs A W Kavanaugb Little Miss Bernice Champ a number of her young at a candy pulling Saturday atternoo ill of the guests eported an enjoyable time Mr and Mrs Alex Walker have rooms for the new year at Simpson House they having rente their residence to Mr Robert Arnol and family Mr and Mrs W McClelland have purchased the attract v of Mr Thomas Warren in and will move to Fayette capital with their family to reside Miss Carrie Walton Anderson at an elaborate 6 oclock dinner londay evening in honor of the Miss s Tinder and their attractive visitor Miss Covington of Bicbtnotu Mrs J E Dlckerson gave a sum itious dining Friday to Mr W H and Bride nee Miss Beauial rimes of this city iss Lena Bright ntertamed on Saturday in their hon r Mrs B F Hudson laborati ouise dinner Fridiv the guests o being Mr and Mrs W I Will who will soon leave their OU Kentucky Home for a new one ir Oklahoma Miss Frankye Kauffman has been lustonviile to see her grandmother Irs Mary Kauffman who is reported ery sick owing to her advanced agt 0 years her relatives are quite opp SRsed about her CURE Easy Pleasari and Costs But Trifle How many readers of the Central cord know that in Inland Australia here the mightiest of eucalvptu re s grow in abundance that these i 0 consumption catarrh or diseases 01 lie respiratory tract The refreshing balsam thrown out 9 these trees finis the air and i reathed into the Junks by the and all germ life is destroyed If you have catarrh you cannot yci 1 Inland Australia except at great breathe right in home the same pleasant xiThing healing germ kiting airycm ould breathe if you were living in eucalyptus Australia Just breathe II YO M El it is made om Australian euralypius and ien Hc lly combined with thymol and Listerian Pour a few drops of IIYOMEI into inhaler and breathe it As it isses over the catarrh infected mem rane it kills the germs and heals the n fl mfd surface H YO vi El ii guaranteed to cure cbucbK colds croup and sure or money back Complete including inhaler 100 Extra bt t esnf HYOVILI cost but 50 cent old by R E and ruggists everywhere To break up cold in bead or chest in few mi lutes pour a teaspoonful of lyomei into a bowl of boiling water iver head and bowl with towel and reatbe the vapor ElectiM fetes There will be an election held at he National Bank of Lancaster Ky 10 1011 for the purpose of seven directors to serve for ensuering yearS C Denny Cashier ecemter 7 1910 relatives n is from in Jack attend Mrs Elmore Rum Miss spend entertained friends taken the Johnson hume Lexington entertained Hester Porter honor lams Tulsa ill a inhabitant expense but you can your own the riit Ice or other ics the raw catarrh thrust outfit Sun a January electing mother gave CATARR- Hs l antiep McRoberts tie ONLY ORE BEST blaster Peeple Give Credit Willis is DM People of Lancaster who suffer with sick kidneys and bad backs want a kid ney remedy that can be depended upon The best is Doans Kidney Pills a medicine for the kidneys only made from pure roots and herbs and the only one that is backed by cures in Lancaster Heres Lancaster testi monyMrs B F Walter Hill St Ky says I never fail to praise Doans Kidney Pills when I have the opprotunity I have not been with out a supply of this remedy in the house for years and whenever my back become lame and painful a few doses bring prompt relief For sometime I suffered from kidney trouble The Kidney secretions were unnatural and judging from this 1 knew that my kidnays were disordered At that time it was my good fortune to nsar of Doaus Kidney Pills and I procured at Fiishies Drug Store Through their use my kidneys were restored to a normal condition For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United States Remember the take no other HIS BAD HABIT I f Lancaster asupply nameDoansand CrefRt See here I gave you a dime last weekYes sir Im afraid dat in me bet ter days I got inter de habit of eatin twicet a week Giving It Anyhow Does our advice Do you much good You ought to get v Your winter wood Finding a New Ending- I suppose you will end your book as usual And they lived happily ever afterward Not a bit of It I will say They are now happily married but no man knows what a day may bring forth The author however hopes for the best Looks That Way- I guess no poets wife ever reads the stuff he turns out What makes you think that Well Ive heard that they dont and I have just read where the wife of Le Gallienne says he never bored her for five minutes so she certainly never read his stuff Very Particular Yes sir meat is going even higher than it now is you can take my word for it I know what I am talking and I weigh my words- I dont mind your weighing your words but it does make me tired to see you weighing hour hand along with a piece of 30cent meat Some Better Than Usual So she married Jack Skadds Last time I saw her she was throwing at the head of his brother Well thats pretty good throwing for a woman she hit a member of the family she aimed at Its Fate Whats the matter with that fnfaat Industry Jingles persuaded you to la vest 1 dont exactly know but I am afraid it has Infant paralysis The Modem Way Let us fly said the young maa to the girl of his dreams But they were not planning an only an aviation honeymoon trip Alas Ne FigE You should pay as go landlady wont let J abut I elopement yoe FoggMy as herself jar Christmas Goods of all kinds at PEISBIES DRUG STORE I II I I iQIJ I dp r ir fir J a e i irk Commissioner Sale sf Land OAUUAul CIRCUIT coui J STotton Uluejs JfiaitiL VS Alice Bay Others Defendan pursuant to a judgement of tl Garrard CircuitCoui rendered in above styled cause at its Koveuibi term 1910 the undersigned cumu issiuner will on MONDAY DECEMBER 26 th 19 this being County Court Day betwee twelve oclock noon and two p m will sell at public outcry in of the Court House door in Kentucky to the highest an best bidder the following real to wit ONE HOUSE AND LOT OF GROUND in Lancaster Kentucky on Lanca ter and Crab Orchard turnpike road and described as follows A certain house and lot of groun in the City of Lancaster situated o the Lancaster and Crab Orchard turn pike road or street fronting and located on the north by said roa Fronting thereon and bounded on in north by said road or street and Frazee Bakers heirs and PeUi containing five acres 3 roods and 3 poles less about one acre conveyed t said turnpike and about sere conveyed to the defendant S I TottonTerms This property will be m a credit of six and twelve month n equal amounts the purchaser t execute bond with good surety pay ible to the Master Commissioner bear ng interest at the rate of six per cen annum from the date of sale hay ng the force and effect of a judnmen upon which execution may issue if no at maturity with a lien retainei in the property to secure the of the purchase money December 5 th 1910 B H Batson M C GO C Nm Herndon Atty for Plaintiff Commissioners SALE GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT pbelia Price et al Piaiuiil- rs Dunn et al Defendants Pursuant to a judgement of Mm Gut Court rendered in tin styled cause at its November 1910 the undersigned Comm sioner will on DECEMBER 26 th 1910 date being County Court Day bt veen twelve oclock noon and twop n t public outcry in front of the door in Lancaster Kentucky 3 the highest and best bidder the allowing real property towit Oue piece of property a house and it in the town ef Lancaster on Richmond Street bounded follows Becinuing at a stake in the middlt f the Lancaster and Kicatiioud turu ike road corner to T Keid uuw ehie Halloo thence with T Keiu uw Nellie Baliou line S 25 W12 pUles the center ot toe said luau b til E 18 5 pules to a stake thence with Tom Ubous line N 25 E 8 pules to tue addle of turnpike road thence witu tine N 80 W 17 76 poles to the begiuu containing one acre uue thud id eighteen poles more or less being property sold and conveyed Ophelia Dunn now id her children bv J I Hamilton id Judith Hamilton his wife by now of record in the Garrard aunty Clerks Office book 14 The of the sale of this prop ty is for distributing the proceeds nong the aforesaid plaintiff and d ndants as their respective rights appear Terms property will be sold i a credit of six months and twelve ontbs onehalf of the purchase price ring due in six months and the resi je in twelve months the purchaser ill be required to give bond with od surety for purchase p ice of property same to percent per annum from date of sal nail paid with a lien retained on the nd to secure the payment of the irchase money December 6th 1910 B H Hatson M C G C C Clav Kauffman Atty for plaintiff Wrong Impression Some sudden an excitable people Uncle Eben seems to think de w of de survival of de fittest gives a advantage to de pusson dat fits i News We have had to make The You hs larger to get in all the things that Companion readers ight to have The added amount Duld make four hundred pages of andard magazine size and print but e have kept the price just the same 72 for the fiftytwo weeks of 1911 all the issue for the rest of this free from the time you send in subscription We would like to tell you what is in for Companion readers next year e cannot do it here though there not room But sent us your address i a postal card and we will send you Prospectus of The Com ta for 1911 announcing many new aiuW together with sample copies the paper We think you will agree when you read tnem that there is no other per that gives quite so much of such high quality as The Companion The new subscriber receives a gift The Companions Art Calendar for 11 reproducing twelve colors and ild a beautiful watercolor garden ene The Youths Companion 144 Berkeley St Boston Mass ew Subscriptions Received at this i s tit I front Lancaster property I them adjoins one sold per paid payment above term MON OA Y this Court- House Kentucky as I LO lug r tile same deed indeed pages 65 may the bearsix Interest R said special has Ytlrtis Companion good and year your store Is beautiful of a of I do Fro The CIp tie the ilceit IT IN THIS COLUMN Fresh oysters xf tamers Xmas 1 Call 17 for fresh oytejs B Zimm Go to Wards Toyoppning Saturday It ToysToys for and boys Bros Hear Dr Porter House 13th s Haselden Br js headquarters toys and Xmas goods Hudson and HUgHes sell COAL o QUALITY Ph 1293 Do your iuas shopping early avoid the rush For Rent esirable 1014H New coming in day W E Walker 1t Two large ro0ms full of Xmss goods at Haselden Get your j milk at the Creamery 1222t If you will hear him Big line of candies this the Holidays W JHL Walker 1t Dr Porter address to the graduating class of 1909 hear again One dozen pure bred Barred Ply mouth rock and two cockerels I F Robinson I have aboutSSpoOO worth of furni ure that I wij ell out at cost if sold it once Thomas Hill McCreary Ky 1224t Fruits Nuts Ingredients or cakes infect every thing good and nice to keep at Wards groceryIt Order OBELIfc FLOUB Jhtistmas bating from Hudson and lushes guaranteed to satisfy Old fashion meal 20 cents per 35 half bushel it a trial Blue Grass 1222t It will pay youxto feed Cotton Seed Real and tuff if you get the kind ludson and Hughes have Phone 26 12y3t OST Black back female fox hound head medium size reward for leading to her recovery ast seen on Full Lick t Pd Tom Hackley Stanford Ky 8000 per month straight salary and penses to men with rig introduce jr Poultry Remedies Dont auswer nless you mean buisness Eureka oultry Fund Mfg Co Incorporated St Louis 111 For Sale A good stock of goods best stand in le county Thomas Hill McCreary Ky 1224t This is to notify you that George and A F Maudlin are no long in our employ WoodMosaic Company Inc New Albany Ind For Rent and lot on Hill Court ave will 11 all household and kitchen Phone 368 G Mis Bright Her Fer Sale One combined mare five years old erfectly safe for anyone to drive iss Jennie Higgins Per Sale One good Hamilton Organ Will til at a bargain For particulars call i this office or phone No 326 tf Two book i cases extension dining deboard press some of furniture f L William 122tf Fir Rot House and lot on Hill Court garden and fruit orchard all out buildings irne up and Cabinet Or tnT Phone 368 G Mrs Bright or call at the place and see Mrs S alley your dollars at Powers tan any else cash purchases e to 1 and toilet soap paper rack worth 50 2000 dollars worth of hoes at best french cream candy 10 ctR lb buy your Christmas candies and get more candy and save tore money come early C D Powell 4 I YOULL FIND Z Has V atl ourt December for 26 and WIll downstairs roomsJ S ormeq j Xmas U every I i Bro 1 ter J t I J bav i tan y time I for I I him J I J plir ets 1 1 J 1 11 to tat I for your ItS I2931 car peck ceht er delivered Giv Creamery Shi tan information I East 1 To Whom It May Cuceru I A- Bates er House s furniture rlni For Sale and o Excellent necessary one of the ocitie in wma- lSQ I sehold privately in e or set Herr- Ing G More for wh re Keep ount Jf u dollars Jan et fine free sort 00 cost per It hresei t ur all a Wards ins rte ings Blue- Grass yourp gave the s aid clothes articles be La tater ts o here HOT WATER AND Let us make you prices can save you some money TIN ROOFING We are head quarters for Galvanized roofing can furnish on short notice BROTHERS Lancaster Ky PLUMBING I STEAM i j J HEATINGIH i t COQ t I r THE National Bank Of Lancaster Surplus 520000 A R DESXY Resident J E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENY Cashier J F 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 Williams Capital 501000 W I 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 a i your cash The GARRARD BANK TRUST Co is a much safer place for your cash than your home or office yours here so as to get the security of its strong Commence sleep sound tonightfireproofvaults now and Deposit METAL SHINGLES Laid 20 years ago are as good as new today and bays never repairs Think of it What other roofing will last as long and look as well Theyre fireproof stormproof and very easily laid They can be laid over wood shingles if necessary withoat ere ating dirt or inconvenience For prices and other detailed information apply to James T Hill Agent or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa ac4 i 1 i Fret Egy At R H BatsQns Mamthoth Sale J l r r r o H CHENAULT Pre- sz T SFLLESI Vice Pre R L BAKER Sec Treas t iC 4 J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 3L Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY Fruit and Shade Trees Everything For Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for free Catalogue EFHillenmeyer Sons Lexington Kentucky AM CURE THE LUNGS I No Agts KILLTIECOUCH WITH Dr DisCI kig1s- N Bra nICK v11W R E KcRoberts Drugstore I I SMLINUSATMSIJUSTDSVSLES cAiEEDamsrIcTOzJoz f I Take B F BUCKLEY DAN W SCOTT UJa J IMgrs i 7 II H The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Company INCORPORATED Both Phones 964 Opp State University S Upper to Lime LexingtonKy The Leading Warehouse in Lexington Having sold over 2000000 pounds of season October 191O Offers superior inducements to farmers pf 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 back free to all railroads capacity 15 cars load ed or unloaded under shelter Shelter 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 by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon County one of the most ezperienced tobacco in the state Strict personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting and sell of each crop WHETHER LOOSE OR IN HOGSHEADS- If necessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf and one to hogshead tobacco through out seasonCall see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either loose leaf or in hogsheads THE Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehoused INCORPORATED LEXINGTON KENTUCKY I sinceopening 1 5 ware- housemen individual I I 1- I I I a I I represented I 1iJ J My Farm of 166 Acres Four and onehalf miles from Lancaster on Sugar Creek pike Tobacco barn 120x40 feet For further particu lars write me N H BOGIE Lexington Kentucky fOR SALE FURS AND HIDESHIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission Write for price list mentioning this ad JOHN WHITE CO Established 1837 LOUISVILLEKY Nearly aD woman suffer some pain at times due to the ailments peculiar to their sex If your trouble is yet in a mild form take Cardui to prevent it becoming more serious If you have suffered long years get Cardui at once Use persistently and youit will help Pain CARDUI Mrs L Eells of Nev Hartford Ia was afflicted for 24 years She writes For the past 24 years I have been afflicted with womb trouble causing extreme pain in right side and back altogether making life a burden I tried doctors and various other remedies without relief Finally I using Wine of CarduL Now I am entirely cured I cheerfully advise all women similarly afflicted to try Car duL Sold everywhere E44 POSTEDThe ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice Jno M Farra Squire B Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price WS Emory 81 Rich MraP W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Tboapson J W Sweeney ZTRice JasSutton Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson B G Arnold W G H C H Brown Conn T W Conn J G Conn J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr W Burnett a G Gay W E Leavell E DQID I I I I nervousness began Anderson Hamilto- nL GY I j FARMERS COLUMN i 8 MMOi- j 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 adver j tise No notice will be accepted over four lines and will be only in two issues of the RECORD free of charge 35 sheep for sale I M Myers FOR SALK Five good brood sows and eight meat hogs J H Thompson j PreachersvilJe Ky Light Brahma Cockerels for sale at 100 each Mrs Marshal Scott Via a K Three red shoats weighing from to seventy pounds strayed from my place within past month Infor mation concerning them will be ap preciated Henry Arnold Hyatts yule Ky Lancaster Ky Nov 12 1910 In the matter of Fannie Turner the creditors of Fannie A are hereby notified that I as as signee of Fannie A Turner will re ceive claims against the said estate at jmy office in the National Bank of Lancaster same to be properly proven I will hold my sittings commencing on the twentyfirst day of November and continue up to the twelvth day of December 1910 November 13 1910 J A Beazley Assignee 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 political campaigns are now at hand and you want the news accurately and promptly The World long since established a record for im partiality and anybody can afford its Tbriceaweek ediion wMcr comes every other day in the week ex cept Sunday It will be of particular value to you now The Tbriceaweek World also abounds in other strong fratures serial stories humor mar kets cartoons ID fact that is to be found in a firstclass daily The ThriceaWeek Worlds regular subscription price is only 100 per year and tbispays for 156 papers Wt offer this unequalled newspaper and The Central Record together one year for 175 subscription price of the two papers 18 9200 HUll J HO II III pace I I fifty I I I I assignee Turner I I 1184t The ThriceaWeei Efflo of the f everything Theregular t I c Bue- na fore Commissioners Sale sf Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT George T Higgiubutbam Guardian If Edna Berkele Plaintiff VS Allie Dunn Others Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Cuurt rendered in the above styled cause at its November term 1910 the undersigned comm sioner will on MONDAY DECEMBER 26 1910 this day being County Court Day be tween twelve oclock noon and two p m sell at public outcry In front of the Court House door Lancaster Ky to the highest and best bidder the following real proper ty to wit One nundred acres of land in Gar rard County Kentucky lying on the Dauville Lancaster and Nicholasville turnpike road about one mile from Bryautsville and bounded as follows Beginning at a point in the center of said pike a corner to Mrs Mary R Berkele and Mrs M M bleaduian now thence to the center of said pike N E 500 chains N 131 E 508 chains N 16J E 351 chains N 39 E 910 chains to a point in the center of said pike a cor ner to William Baughman cow Moss thence withthis line N 771 W 1712 chains to the center of an old road a corner to William Baugbman now Moss on James Burnsidcs line thence with Burnsides line S 15 W G65 chains to a stake thence N 87 West 2851 chains to a stake corner to Mrs E thence S 2JWesi 2ti chains to a locust a corner to Mrs Berkele thence 6 872 E 24 51 chains to a stake thence N 5 E 925 chains to a post at the corner of lot thence S 86 E 1415 chains to the beginning containing one hundred acres This is the same tract of land as was conveyed 10 John W Dunn b Mary A Sparks by deed dated Octo ner 25th 1901 and recorded in tin Garrard Countv Clerks Office in deed book 17 page 419 and by will devised to Allie Dunn Dunn arid Berkele by John Dunn Said will probated on the 23rd day of Octo her 1905 and recorded In the Garrard County Clerks Office in willbook page dpviser to Edna Berkele ontMhird undvidpr interest of Hannah Berkele said will nrobatert by the Garrard County Court on thp 25th day of February 1907 and recorded in willbook Y pane 575 This sale is made for the purpose of dividing the proceeds amongst the said land according to their respective rights and interests TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will he required to give bond with approved security for thp purchase price bearing six from date of sale with a lien re tained on the land tosecure the pay ment of the purchase money December 5th 1910 R H Batson M C G O C JoeE Robinson Atty for Plaintiff Commissioners Sale gf Land GARKAUD CIRCUIT COURT R K Swope Others Plaintiffs VsEdna Swope Gibers Defendants Pursuant to a of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered in the a bove styled cause at its Novembe term 1910 the undersigned commiss ioner will on MONDAY DECEMBER 26th 1910 hs date being County Court Day twelve oclock noon and two p ui seil at public outcry in front of the Court House door in Lancaster Ken tucky to the highest and best Jill der the following real property to wit This property is iu Garrard County Kentucky 1st tract Begining at A on the plat of a large poplar tree corner to T B Robinson thence south 81 W 1154 chains to A a stone corner to Duuu and Gaines thence N 14 W 11 cnains to C A Stone in the lane at the N E cur ncr of the yard corner to Dunn and Gaines thence down the lane N 75 E 1520 chains to a stone D at the muut h of the lane thence north 424 W 1856 chains crossing the branch 2 to E a stone 8 lengths W of walnut pointer thence N 18J W 451 chains crossing the branch to F a double sugar tree thence N 36 W 18 40 chains a tonepole N W of an old oak stump thence S 982 chains to a stake H be tween two large oaks thence S E 27 99 chains to 1 on the west side uf oak stump in the bend of a lane corner to H A Hudson thence Msl ne S E 1241 cbaines to a stone J in a sink corner to same thence N 84 E 23 35 chains to K a stune corner to L H Hudson thence his lines 75 chains to L an old hickory stump thence N 88i E 867 chains to M at the south side of a large sugar tree corner to TB Robinson thence his line N I W 18 81 chains to the beginning poles2d stone at the mouth of a lane near Branch thence up the lane with the center of same S 75 W 60 81 chains the N E corner of B M Swopns yard thence with Swopes line S 14 E 44 40 poles to a stake corner to B F Patten hence a new line N 2 E68 16 poles to he beginning containing 17 acres 3 roods and 1056 poles 3d trac Beginning at the N W corner of a spring in the edge of a pond and running 8 117 poles to Scott Branch thenceup the same with its meanders S 86 E 16 poles S 50 E 36 Doles N 77 E 34 poles N 57i E 20 poles S E 23 poles to 2 elms on the S ide of said creek thence N 5 W 13 poles to a cherry stump neara red oak hence N 2J W 108 50 poles to a stump thence 86 W 101 poles ti the beginning containing 78 acres 3 roods and 11 4th tract Beginning at a point where 3 films once stood in Scotts ot Swopes Branch thence S 3 E 102 poles a white dogwood thence 3 70 W 27 poles to a stake the road to BryantRville thence N 2 E 11 to a stone in the center of cotts Branch a white oak stump on the opoosite side thence up the branch S 80 1 26 poles to the beginn njTi containing 18 acres 1 rood and 9 5th tract Beginning at a stake a ont 10 feet S of a fence and at vhle oak tree in a road on Rogers line hence W 72 E 14 poles corner to Kite nd hark oak pointer thence N 2 W 116 noles to a white oak on nottR Rranch thence down same P 56 W Ifi DOP th stake on Scott Branch Mrs MarvB Romsirle thence a new HM with btr 11U pote to I y 1 4 i 91 H Ballard Levy Hannah V and hy will owners of per cent I t a H 8t W cuLts 601 0 oak and I near C fi I I 1 Interest between Cone contajnin t hickory a the be imiintr containing 9 acres 2 roods aiid 24 poles These five tracts of land be sold as a whole TERMS The said sale will be made on a cred it of six and twelve months and the purchaser will lie required to give bond with approved security hearing six per cent irtPrpst from dale of sale with a lien retainer on the land 10 se cure the payment of the purchase mo npy s id tumid to have the force and effect of a judgement upon which ex ecution may issue if not paid at R H BATSUN M C G C C December 5th 1910 R for Plaintiff Wi Life Sentence For Wendling Joseps Wending was last Saturday found guilty of the murder of little eightyearold Alma Kelner at Louis yule Ky by a jury and his punishment for the crime fixed at life in the State prison The attor neys for Wendling have ashed for a new trial The crime for which Wendling was sentenced vi uie of the most brutal in the his oy f Kentucky Little Alma Kellner daughter of prominent I oii ville people left her home early i i Ui one snowy day DeceinbtM s iJiOl and after kiss big her parents goodbye went to tier parish church to pray before going to school She was seen by a number of church goers sitting in her pew service was over inteit on her prayer When she failed to return home at the usual hour her parents notified the police and a search of the city was started without obtaining the least The search grew statrwide and then countrywide as the uncle of thechild Frank Fehr a brewer hired the best detectives in the country On January 14 110 Joseph Wend ling janitor of t he St Johns Church where Hie child was last seen quit Irk place and was reporter as missing from the city On 30 ovar five months after Alma disappeared plumbers digging beneath tile school of St Marys Church found the mutilated remains of Hi tie Alma buried in quicklime Little by little the childs clothes and parts of the body writ discovered in various parts of the church A Coroners jury was empanelled on June 5 and a verdict of willful mur der was returned against Wendling A few weeks later the grand jury Weudling for murder in the first degree Then began a chase for the missing janitor that took tile detectives throu ghout tile Middle West u d tin n to the Pacific Coast Step by step the murderer was traced by the human bloodhounds and the scent became hot at San Antonio Texas When itseemed that the quarry was almost in their hands the man The chase was taken up and on July 30 Wendling was captured at San Francisco He denied all knowledge of the girl DANDRUFF AND ITCHING SCALP YIELD TO THIS 3 TREATMENT Why experiment trying to drive the dandruff germ from underneath the skin with greasy lotions or fanoy hair dressing when R E McRoberts drug store will gueranteeZEMOandZEVlO SOAP to entirely rid the scalp of the germ life that causes the trouble ZEM O and ZEMO SOAP can be ob tamed in any city or town in America and are recognized the best and most economical treatment for all affections of the skin or scalp whether on infant or grown person One shampoo with ZEMO SOAP and application of ZE MO will ston iChing and cleanse the scalp of dandruff and scurf We invite you to try ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP and if not entirely sat istied we will refund your money GILES Subscribe for The Record William Stotts bought some corn from Jeff Watts for 200 per barrel John Land had a liice horse to die last week Mrs Wylie Burton is reported very sick at this writing Misses Ella Scott and Francis House of Jessamine were the pleasant visit ors of Miss Blanche Stutts Inst week John Land recently bought a horse from James Gahart for 150 Mrs Robert Long and children of Stone spent last week with her par ents Mr arid Mrs Kay Mr and Mrs Raymond Davis spent last week with Mr and Mrs James Vincent of Madison Mr Hiram Ray bought some corn from Jeff Watts for 200 per barrel Miss Albei tie Moberly of Edenton atended preaching at chapel Sunday She is the guest of Miss Sallie Yin cent 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 to the highest bidder 1 family mare safe for anyone to drive 3 year saddle mare 1 wean ling colt milK cow 3 fat hogs 1 bill side plow 1 turning plow 2 doubi shovel plows corn barrow lot of gear 1 set blacksmith tools lot or farming tools 1 cutting boxl two horse wagon wagon 1 sled mans sad die household and kitchen furniture Terms made known on day of sale L U CratcbfleW 122 2t IiI H Tomlinson A tty imprisonment Ill rrlillf hen cew May escaped I pgc drill I I I maturity indicted s- Having HiiltiSease not worth considering as a honey plant because of its scarcity but of late years it has become plentler and this year it is worth many dollars Same with dan delionTo hens lay put some oats in a box pour warm water over them and keep in a warm place Feed a small quantity to hens each morning after the oats begin to grow and get green Oats soaked in milk are i Prepare cultivated ground the lame as for strawberries for transplanting raspberries and blackberries but plow furrows ten feet apart for blackberries eight for red yellow and purple and seven for blackcaps An average sample of the droppings of highfed hens contains about thirty or thirtytwo pounds of nitrogen pounds of phosphoric acid and or sixteen pounds of potash in each ton What furnishes more material for the white of eggs than corn does A bushel of wheat contains about one tenth more protein three per cent less fat and nearly three times as much fiber As a rule transplanting should be done when the plant is dormant This applies ts all fruits but for we sometimes transplant straw berries during the growing season At the close of the honey season when a part or all the bees are run for comb honey some sections may be capped partly over while some will be partly filled but no sealing done Much unnecessary energy is expend ed in trying to avoid labor Those who are not willing to give honest con scientious labor need not expect success on the farm Cows feed little at night if well fed during the day and if the stable Is well ventilated they are as comfortable here as anywhere and the gain to the manure pile is considerable Before starting in fruit culture for market visit the progressive practical fruit culturists and study details also learn the cost of bushes method of culture and the returns Different farmers In different sec tions have stated times for sowing winter wheat Some sow early and some sow late each claiming equally good results There Is no one who ought to have a better garden than the farmer who has all of the land necessary with teams and usually help to care for it Whatever you do dont select seed ears from stalks on which smut has developed for thats one of the best ways of encouraging this trouble When the asparagus tops have be come ripe they should be cut off and burned up In this way the spores of the rust fnngus are destroyed Different qualities of the same kind of grain and hay enter the bal anced ration of the different experi ment stations for horses For picking apples a half bushel basket lined with burlap and with a strong hook will prove better than a bag Salt improves both the flavor and keeping qualities of butter as well as increasing its weight at a small cost One of the most trying periods In the foals development is weaning the youngster from the milk of its dam There is money In bee keeping if It Is managed properly Fat heavy hens that spend too much time in the corn crib eating with the hogs are in danger of dying suddenly with apoplexy Study your birds and breed them so as to bring the egg record up Quick growth early maturity It will pay you Chrysanthemums will need from frost and cold winds It takes nearly all the food the cow In a cold stable eats to sustain life Fine New Automobile Tires chead not trust mule goods Save you 50 ppr cent on tire cost Any style bead 28x2S12 60 30x3SI3 75 30x3 12 1780 32x3 l28 90 34x3 12SD 60 30XIS21 70 31x4 22 00 32x44390 34x42680 34x4 15S3I70 Dunlnps 15 per cent additional Tubes 15 per cent less than standard prces No shoddy gnnds Prompt shipments C 0 D alluwine examination for cash iJi order GEYER SALES CO Dayton Ohio LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Dec T Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts lore BUM 7ttt Shipments 53 list 000 CATTLE Shippers 4ST tiO Botcher steers extra 5T 590 Good to choice 1 755S Common to fair 3 501 M Heifers extra Good to choice 4 Common to fair 2 50t 23 Cows extra 4 75 4 8T Good to choice 4 00 4 85 Common to fair 2 23 3 sa Canners 1 75 2 75 Bulls balognas 4 C04 K Extra 4 9W5J5 UO Fat balls 4 50 o 00 CALVES extra 9 250 00 750 Common and large 3 HOGS good packers and butchers 7 to 7 85 I Mixed packers 7 50 7 60 Stags 4 75 6 Q Common to choice heavy fat sows 5 0 7 A- Light shippers 7 SDCitIM Pigs 110 Ibs and less b067BSHEEP extra 5 65 375 Good to choice 32S3 0 Common to fair 2003LAM43 extra Good to choice 5 796Common to fair 4 259000 waS formerly thIr- ty fifteen convenience phenomenal I provided proportionate 5 per cent 5 52 3iJ 500 40 I Fair to good 90 n ft 7 48 25 I I t splendid raspberries protection discount C0f 2M3 7 Who Is Whot- o get the next Xmas Hair Cut ac the best shop in town Always at your service HENRY BLfNC5N3 BARBEll SHOP ox RP Jersey Bull Henij Simpson W Season 1910 j w H J TINLEY Surveor Office over F lien forsitnre Lancaster LOWELL KE2H Get him t cry jwwsai- Best of referern C h it rQIQD JIiiti i TREEIj S WEE N El I KentucIqr w T 5OSOOQQQQQC0QCOO0OO00OOOO Counts tuox ars svre KING Auctioneer Ilj W Jrorron t M K xny Gratnzatc Optician G1ae Fitted Satisiaetiasitsaxaalstr 4 VDENTIST I Office over Miss AnioMs Mil H J PATRICK Dentist All Wrtc Guaranteed Paint Lick RTIfit and Offiice over Logans store Residence Phut e 7 Ofti Pitt nt ft Cot QUALITY Ware McRoberts ughes S Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phonic l Ur u EimdliUj Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone J Ottice PhwoeSO Call and see us for a good Sair Cut and Clean Shave The Oaly Two VHle BarrIers In Town See the tall sign Nrtli side ot Public Square M HOUSE J E Robinson UWYEl Md COUNTY ATTORNEY Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing and Menr Garments hoe RepilrlDf Phone 30 Public Square Second hind c the sold on commission b W Faulkner Office hours Office over m to 12 1 pcu to 4 Stormes Store B FDENTIST Phone 65 Lancaster JCy just opened up a new clean Barber Shop next to thepost office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me Clean Tools Sharp Razors Close Attention JOHN DUNCAN i KentuckJj11lf1tf YUle Povs can l IDC J OO Oooo i flowers i I I Ok 1 U J Drug WALTER have 4Rngt t j Siro I Ladies Igr