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THE CE1NTMIAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From Tire Land r JVbrv T BT FUST TEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 16 1910 NUMBER 38 r ufte Led r 1 ai a r Frw ofhow PLUMBING HOT WATER STEAM HUE Let us make you prices can save you some money TIN ROOFING We are head quarters for Galvanized roofing can furnish on short notice Lancaster Ky i AND COil BROTHERS r ss n i Important Meeting The members of the Buckeye church are request to meet Sat Dec 24 th at 2 P M at the church to call a pastor and elect officers for the ensuing year Here WlM Is WWI desire to say having lost my dwel link by fire a few days ago that I was insured with Ed C Gaines WHO writes nothing but Insurance and 1 was paid promptly and satisfactorily and I recommend him for any kind of protection Signed J B Payne I Attention OU Feiaws Every member of Franklin Lodge is earnestly requested to be present at the regular meeting on Monday night Dec 25th Christmas night Installa tion of officers and other important business There will be music and freshments J A Jones Secty Baker Mrs Nancy Jane Baker age eight years died Saturday at tha home of her son Mr Alex Baker near this city The funeral was at Mt Hebron on Sunday The following daughters and a son survive Mrs Louis Gofortb of Wilmore Mrs William Cumley of Rowland Mrs Sallee of Lexington and Alex Baker of this place ChappelL After a lingering illnes of over a year Mrs Thomas Chappell died on Saturday morning at her home on Slanford street She was about 50 years of age and leaves a bus band and five daughters to mourn her death The funeral was held Sunday at the home and preached by her Rev O P Bush An only son diud several years ago and grief over death has undermined her health to such an extent she was never well To the bereaved ones is extended much sympathy Nayler Died after an illness of only a few days of pheumoma Mrs Rebecca Naylor at the home of her adopted daughter Mrs James L Hamilton in tilts city The deceased was about 80 years of age and long a devoted and taildrill nnmher of the Christian never missing a service when The funeral was preach ed by her pastor Elder F M Tinder and the remains laid to rest in the I Lancaster cemetery by the side of her husband who died some years ago The attachment between mother and her adopted daughter was beautiful and very marked To her and an ad opted sun living near Lancaster much sympathy is extended J Baptist r seventy j i t I I I hi I afterward I i I I J II I t I I ref pastor p liar 1c al lea go Entire Stock find Furnishing Goods 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 H T OF 6lothing Shoes Mats I ATe 0 ST I 1 LOGAN ff 31 4 Y Furniture is cheap at F G Hurts big Sale Tt Deliver lectare Dr Woodrow Wilson the former President of Princeton University and the Governorelect of New Jersey has accepted an invitation to deliver the annual address before the Kentucky Bar Association at its meeting in Lex July twelvth next The occa sion will be made a notable one by the presence of so distinguished an educa tor and leader of thought and his ad dress will undoubtedly attract Nation al attention Dr Wilson will have been Governor of New Jersey six months at the time of his visit to and the country will then be on the eve of the Presidential cam paign of 1912 in which he will be a prominent figure Graft ctEverything has been moving along nicely in Circuit Court Judge Wal ker has about finished all buisness to be tried beforehim Judge L P Fry er of Cyntbianna Ky has been here as special judge all this week and has made a very favorable impression He presides with dignity and is learn ed in the law He is now serving his secondterm his district and for a long time commonwealtns being a democrat of the type He has made many friends this week who hope to see him here again whenever we need a special Judge for any reason Several small cases have been disposed of Quince Tankerslev was given an examining trial and the court placed his bond at 5000 We understand that no one has as yet gone his bond According to the official estimate of the Bureau of the Census the Stars and Stripes protect 101100000 souls this includes the Philipines Sa moa Guam Hawaii Alaska and the Panama Canal zone The North American continent exclusive of Alas Ka has a population of 91972206 inbafc itants this is an increase in popula ion of 15977691 which amounts to 21 per cent over the 1900 figures We may realize just bow our country is in creasing when we remember in 1790 when the first census waS token the population was3929214 slightly larger than the present population of the State of Texas Director Durand attributes thE growth of Continental United States largely to immigration be says is plainly marked off In broad groups of states according to the dif ference in the rate of increase The states showing the lowest rates of in crease falling below ten per cent are five in the central section of the coun try Iowa Missouri Kentucky Indi ana and Tennessee and the greatest change in the rate of growth is found in the three Pacific coast states and Nevada and New Mexico Another point of interest by Director Durand is that while there has been probably a some what greater difference be tween the rate of growth in the urban population and of rural population du ring th2 last decade then during that precedingone it was not as great as dur InK the years of 1880 to 1890 or some of the earlier ones and be thinks that not a fact that the population has an increasing tendency to leave the country and go to the city and the ag ricultural statistics of tne census show an extraordinary increase in the value of farm lands and farm Parcels Pal People residing along rural free mail delivery routes in this county will be really pleased to read the following from the Postmaster General A lim ited parcels post for the rural free del ivery routes will be recommended by Postmaster General Hitchcock in his forthcoming annual report In anno uncing this tonight the Postmaster General foresees the establishment of a general parcels post throughout the country as soot as the postal savings system is thoroughly organized As the preliminary step in the of such a service Mr Hitchcock will ask Congress to authorize the on rural routes of parcels weigh ing as high as eleven pounds which is the weight limit for the international parcels post This form of service maintained can be conducted with little if any additional expense to the government It will not require the appointment of more carriers for those already employed have the equipment in the way of and wagons to distribute the as well as the ordinary mail Barely is the latter of sufficent volume to take up more than a small portion of the mall space in thecarrles wagon A rural parcel post of the kind if successfully conducted probably would lead the department to attempt a more general system Mr Hitch cock believes however that before the parcel service Is extended to the whole country definite information should be obtained as the nature and volume of business to be bandied He accord ingly urged that in conjunction with the experiment on rural routes a fur ther Inquiry be authorized by Congress in order that the department may be in better position to develop the sys tem on conservative lines He that a special appropriation for the inquiry be granted at the corn lug season I Lexington in TIle Ceitsrs US The countr bureau property development delivery necessary horses parcels proposed recommended in ton was attorney highest its its u r 4- I Who is Hurt is selling furniture below cost Dr Porter Every one who attend the lecture at the Court house by Dr Porter Tuesday evening enjoyed it immen sely 11 was given by the ladies of the Baptis Aid Society and the re ceipts were about 2500 Tobacco Sale Tobacco is moving every day Yes rs Tom Kelly Wiley Pruitt and Smith Thompson have sold some at the Ware House of Danville and realized about 10 cents per pound for it Uncle Dave Ross is solicitor in the Co for the Peoples Warehouse Danville Dry The case of the City of Danville vs Nat Baum was a few days ago reversed in the Court of Appeals which the judgement of the Police Court Judge Saufley sometime ago decided that Danville was not under the local option law however this ruling of the Court of Appeals reversed the de cision WHO IS WHO Ed C Gaines Has Best AiVertiseBest Winers Of Prizes Gives Below The Who is Who contest is over and the Judges awarded the ten dollars pquallv between Mr Joe S Haselden Mrs Fred Frisbie and Miss Lucy Doty These three were the only ones who guessed the correct names and also the best advertisement which was according to the Judges decision of Mr Ed C Gaines The judges were selected by the editor and were Messrs John M Mount F G Hurt and C Dave Walker Answers came in from all parts of the county and several of them had all the names guessed correctly but only three of the correct lists stated that Mr Gaines had the best advertisement Something over a hundred answers were sent in and The Becoad regrets that we could not give a prize for each attemptMessrs Sherwood and men who put tn the contest are on t heir job and are now putting on one in Danville The following is a cor sect list of the advertisements 1 The Citizens National Bank 2 W C Davis Son 3 W H Ward 4 Garrard Bank Trust Company 5 Joseph Mercantile Co 6 Ball Hiltzclaw 7 H T Logan 8 National Bank 9 Jim Smith 10 R S Brown 11 W J Romans 12 Lancaster Steam Laundry 13 BaseMen Brothers 14 Ed C Gaines 15 J A Minima 16 Garrard Milling Co 17 Dr B F Walters 18 W E Walker 19 Moving picture show 20 J W Sweeney 21 Miss Rella Arnold 22 Curreys grocery 23 Lancaster Elevator Flourmill 24 Beazley Haselden No 14 Best Ad E C Gaines The ReasM Why Jek Salter Is Net h The Home Much has printed recently in in adjoining counties about John Salter a confederate veteran and his going to the Home at Pewee Valley As Mr Salter is from Garrard county and enlisted in the Confederate army from this county a representative of the Record interviewed one of the lo cal confederate veterans on the sub ject He stated that the confederate sol tiers of Garrard county had once made up money and sent Mr Salter to the Home but be would not stay there After leaving be expressed a wish to return upon investigation it was that he had violated some rule or law of the institution and could not return The Records informant went to see Col Bennett H Young in regard to the matter and Col Young after bearing it in detail told him to send Mr Salter back and that he would see that he would again be Money was raised promptly and Salter notified but he failed and refused to go On another occasion Salter was in town and expressed a wish to return to the home and this tame gentleman arranged for his at a local hotel until time for him to start and authorized the local agent of the L N Railroad to furnish him transportation at his expense but Sal ter failed to call for It No truer ill ustration of the fidelity of man to man than the fidelity of one coufederate soldier to another can be found espec ially is this so of our Garrard county representative of the boys who wore the gray and it is safe to say that one is never allowed to want for Mr Salter well knows this as it has been proven to him time and again and he further well knows that any time he will express aserJous to return to the home at Pewee Val ley all be has to dp is to come to Lan caster and look one of his old com rades in and immediately be provided for him out the waste of further time or trou Who F G i j Tompkins the I ferate papers 1 received lodging arms ble I given Peoples obacco restored Walker that learned anything transportation wll wit i- F TOYS TOYS XmasAND Everything you want to suit everybody HASELDEN BROS TOYS TOYS t lljljjl iiL0J t I I HOliDAY i I I I II ifS fJtpY Y lJj1 Y 1affJ 1pexexi f- e e GODS e 0- J os exxexx The Old Hickory Wagon with the late improvements is the Strongest and Lightest Running Wagon made See me before you buy t W J ROMANS Lancaster Kentucky Useful Christmas PEE 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 J R Mount Son Co Lancaster Ky American Fence 28cts from now 1st MIV 20 aA aa II I I I It I Iuntil January WIWI t 1 FURS AND HIDESICIEST MARKET PRICE FOR RAW FURS AN HIDES WMteaConaifsifla Writs for price lilt this aIL PAIR JOHN WHITES CO LOUISVILLE AL RECORD INCORPORATED M8TJED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR GREEN CLAY WALKER EtfHor Entered at tit in Laxeatter Seeonddaig Nail Matter Member Ky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League Lancaster Ky December 16 191O Rates For Pelitlcal Announcements For Precinct and City Offices 500 For County Offices 1000 For State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line For Cards per line 10 For al publications in the of 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 at the November election 1911 subject to the action of ihe party Largest Skip There is now being constructed in Germany the greatest of all ocean li ners the Europa of all the Ham burgAmerican Line The great ship bas more than the comforts of a pala tial home and offers more attractive and features than ever att mpt ed by the but dt rs of hotel By t e following we may get some Hea of the size of this great fleet The new liner will have a displacement of about 70000 tons in other words it would require 1400000 men or about the population of Philadelphia each carrying 100 pounds to handle the ma terial of this ship again combined capacity of the largest hotels in New York City 3235 persons while the Europa carries 4250 passengers The Europa will have a beam of nine tvjix feet so that tier deck will be ah wide as Broadway at its widest point She will have nine decks above water line which is the height of the largest apart meni bouses thus making her lit e ailv a sty scraper jifl at Toe mag iiiticence if her piivate suite and din iujcniotns can hardly he expres ed so perfect are the arrangements in every detail and last the must powerful wire less telegraph apparatus ever carried to sea will be set up on the Europa The unusual height of her masts will make it possible to transmit or receive messages over the entire width of the Atlantic Ocean ana oy the unpreced ented amount of cabin and deck space available on the Euiopa a number of unique features become possible which have never before been attempt Two DeMcrats On Monday President Taft sent to the Senate the name of Associate Edward Douglas White of Court to be Chief Justice Chief Justice White from Louisia na and is democrat He also sent in the name of Hon Charles C McOhord of Kentucky to be a member of the Interstate Com merceUoinmission MrMcChorcl is well known in this locality and his nomi nation is a popular one Editorially speaking the Louisville Times on Mon had the following to say of Mr McChordf nomination To the President and to the country no less than to the nominee himself Hon C C McChord felicitations are due the choice made of that gentle man to fill the next vacancy on the Commissio- nIt is in every way an admirable fair politically speaking in that it recognizes the propriety of naming a Democrat to succeed one of like faith on a body where they are none too numerous and especially to be approved as evidencing the care and discretion with which Mr Taft approaches the difficult and thankless task of fitting these judicial places Mr McChords reputation in his own State needs no words of commenda tion on our part his official career bas been oneevidenciug precisely that aWl itv ahd that grasp of affairs for which be ii soon to have more ample T Raise The Rae The effort to rale the wreck of the Htine is now under way says the Ky State Journal Some idea of the mag nitude of the work involved is obtain ed from the statement that the space inclosed by the caissons which are to be placed around the wreck will be ap proximately three square acres There are to be twentytwo of these caissons surrounding the wreck arranged in the sbape of an oval and sunk far en ough away from tbe vessel to leave a space forty five feet wide between it and the caissons These caissons are to set twelve inches apart with steel piling connecting them The wreck lies in thirtvfive feet of water and seventeen feet of nod This is to be pumped when tbe cordon of caissons is completed so the wreck may be reached It is expected that the work will have pro gressed far enough by February next tbe anniversary of tbe of the to determine the cause of tbe explosion It is planned to have memorial exercises OB that oc casion lad the Americas colony In HavaM is to mate a great of GII and 10 I Democratic novel fi ures t he three i ed uu a shiJ the Supreme i iu rtLfe pce out that 13th destruction taeetciIeL Poet Gftce se 1 Interest tri t Justice a dar C urn appointment opportunity interlocking Mime event at srn Tbe echo of that dastardly deed Still reverberate through the atmos pfeere of Kentucky hillside and plain They nriy make themselves beard in tbe winter of 1911 in halls of Con gress to which Caleb Powers four times tried and thrice convicted of the mui der of Gobel has been elec tedBarboursvlllp Advocate Circuit Court ends this week Next time it convenes we will at least have a better circuit court room thanks to Judge Walker Do your Xmas shopping at once Dont wait untill Xmas day Sale Bis This office has just printed for Mr F G Hurt a big lot of bills advertis ing his large sale We are do priming of any kind on short notice Out of the five big sales in town this fall we have printed bills for Messrs H T R H Batson and F G Hurt and have given them on short notice We appreciate the patronage of these gentlemen and think that the advertising has given them results Kateky Is 14th The states and other national in their rank according to popula tion are 1 New York 27 Maryland Pennsylvania 28 West Virginia 3 Illinois 29 Nebraska 4 Ouio 30 Washington 5 Txas 31 Porto Rico 6Massachusetts 32 Connecticut 7 Missouri 33 Colorado 8 Michigan 34 Florida 35 Maine 10 Georgia 36 Oregan 11 New Jersey 37 South Dakota 12 California 38 North Dakota 13 Wisconsin 39 Rhode Island 14 Kentucky Hpshire 15 Iowa 41 Montana 16Nirth Carolina 42 Utah 17 Tennessee 18 A labama 44 D of Columbia 19 Mi mesota 45 Few Mexico 20 Virginia 4 Idaho 21 Mississippi 47 Arizma 22 Kansas 48 Delaware 23 Oklahoma 49 Hawaii 24 Louisiana 25 Aikansas 51 Nevada 26 South Carolina 52 A laska Tie hfUgeBt Father Hes just a boy nut nine years old If I were you I wouldnt scold Or punish him for what hes done H isnt bad just full of fun didnt know that that was wrong You say you warned him right along Well never mind just let him go He wont du that again I know My boy was saucy No siree llibet be never meant to be My boy was disobedient too Im positive that thats not true Yen say he broke your window pane Ill pay for it but hell explain It was an accident Ill vow He couldnt help it anyhow Why dont I whip him as I should You cant whip buys and make them good And anyhow he dosent need A whipping Why my heart would bleed To have to thrash him hes so small So young Hes only eight thats all Hes miscbievious I know but then Hes just a boy and we are men You cant tell me mv boy is bad I dont believe it Im bis dad I dont care what hes done today Or what hes broken in his play Or what hessaid or failed to do Im for that youngster through and through Hes my buy and Im going to see How kind a father I can be Detroit Free Press Students of agricultural conditions in theSouthern states agree that there is no better section in the country for profitable dairying and stock raising The cattle tick pest has been a serious drawback and has bad not a little to do iu discouraging dairying In the South With this pest eradciated by the aggressive work of state and fedel al authorities there Is now no reason why the farmers of tbesouth should theadvantages ofdairy ingSome of the finest dairy herds in the country are found in the extreme Southern states and dijrjingis more profitable there than iu tbe coldersec tions where dairying is so largely on There are several reasons for this Cattle need not be housedso expensiv ely and for so many months in the year Pasturage is cheaper and forage crops grow abundantly Cottonseed meal one of tbe cheapest and most efficient feeds is produced in abundance and markets are Perhaps tbe greatest benefit that can come to tbe South through tbe promotion of dairying is the increased fertility of the land The land will not only produce greater yields but in creases in land values must follow Dairying consistently followed by the farmers of a community always increases land values This is due not only to increased productiveness of the soil but to tbe fact that the busi ness itself is a very renumerative one The Southern farmer who is anxious to improve hIs circumstances may not be fully convinced of the her elite of dairying should ascertain the truthfulness of the above claims be fore deciding bis course Be can se cure such information from tbe U S Department of Agriculture or from of the state experimental sta floss The dairy cow will do ore for the prepared- to Logan divisions 9Indiana 40New 43Vermont 50Wyoming H If tl not appreciate d dry unsurpassed andwho just a the carried any lv x farmers of the South than she has done for the farmers of the North be cause conditions there are even more favorable for dairying Southern statesmen and others in position to do so should appreciate this great truth and be willing at all times to preach the gospel of the dai ry cow to theSouthern farmer General News John D Rockefeller will act as San ta Claus for all children who are of the Sundayschool of his chur ch at Tarry town If Y Leaders of tbe American Bar met in the United State Supreme Court rooms Saturday and paid tribute to the memory of the late Chief Justice Melville W Fuller More than a million and onehalf dollars will go out of the Kentucky State Treasury this week to the school teachers It will be distributed in time for Christmas It was reported at Kansas City Sat urday that attorneys bur the estate of the late Col Thomas S Swope had set tied all the claims of Felix Swope uf Ky by the payment of 7000 The Missouri Illinois and Georgia Democratic delegations in the House Saturday and indorsed Champ Clark of Missouri the minority leader for Speaker of the urxt Congress The House passed the Rivers and Harbors bill in about three hours winch is record time The bill carries appropriations of 821894861 for river and Harbor work during the fiscal year ending 1912 Three enlisted men members of the crew of the submarine boat Grampus were injured one probably fatally by the explosion of a defective intake valve on the engine The accident oc cured Saturday at Coronado Cal The first week o the general elect tions closed Saturday with both po it teal parties holding their own The Government Coalition has 277 mem bers and the Unionists 226 Each side has gainediweiity one seats from the otherIt gossip in Washington that Justice Charles E Hughes will not be made Chief Justice of the Su preme Court and that this position and other pending appointment of As sociate Justice will go to men not hith erto prominently mentioned The Government filed suit in the I1 cited States at Los Angeles Utl attacking the title of the South ern Pacific railroad to 6100 acres of oil lands in Kern county California valued at 10000000 It is alleged the patents were secured by fraud Tbe United States holds second place among the worlds naval powers to the new Navy Year Book soon to be issued It is shown how ever that Germany will soon crowd Uncle Sam into third place More smaller vessels are recommended in place of the Dreadnoughts Guy Harmon of Ohio Henry Wat tenon of Louisville and others ap peared before the House committee on industrial arts and expositions Satur day in Washington and advocated the appropriation of 250000 for the pro posed centennial at Putin Bay in 1913 in commemoration of the 100th aniver sary of Commodore Perrys victory on the lakes The workers for the Y M C A building fund in Louisville allowed the dollar hand to drop further behind the day hand Saturday leaving more than 150000 to be raised in the next six days The final week in the cam paign beginning tomorrow is to be made one full of great effort spurred by the determination to win I he final dollars of the 350000 before the end I of the given period SUN AND SCALP TROUBLES YIELD 4 TO ZEMO LIQUID PREPARATION FOR EXTERNAL E McRoberts Son Drug Store is so confident that Zemo will rid the skin or scalp of Infant or grown per son of pimples blackheads dandruff eczema prickly heat rashes hives viy poison or any other form of skin or scalp eruption that they will give your money back if you are not en tirely satisfied with the results ob tained from the use of Zemo The first application will give prc mpt relief and show an improvemet and in every instance where used per sistently will destroy the germ life leaving the skin in a clean healthy condition Let us show you proof of some remarkable cures made bv Zemo and give you a 32 page booklet how to preserve tbe skin R E McRoberts Son 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 12cts Cannel Coal 19cts BIB NORTBCOTT DEPOT STREET members I Midway J uur 30 COUI t ACLEAN USER Drug Store s J- l f Associate according i s e Rms For thirty years J F Boyer of Mo needed help and couldnt find it Thats why be wants to help one now Suffering so long he feels for all distress from Back ache Nervausness Loss of Appetite Lassitude and Kidney disorders He shows that Eiectiic work wonders for such troubles bottles he writes wholly cured me and now 1 am well and healthy Its also pos itively guaranteed for Liver Trouble Dyspepsia Blood Disoaders Complaints and Malaria Try them 50c at B E McRoberts Son 1 m Age Too Busy to Remember The first mayor of New York Thom as Willett sleeps in the Little Neck R I cemetery and his grave Is neg lected Commissioners Sale gf Land GARRAKD CIRCUIT COURT S Anderson Others Piffs 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 will on MONDAY DECEMBER 26th 1910 this day being County Court Day be tween the hours of twelve oclock noon and two oclock P M sell at public outcry in front of the Court House door In Lancaster Kentucky to the highest and best bidder the real property to wit One farm containing one hundred Unityeight and thirtyfour hug dredths acres lying on the Lancastei and Danville turnpike road about two miles from Lancaster and as follows Beginning at a stone and oak stump now tout corner to the 8 33 acres sold to J C B Collier thence with Hue of said 8 33 acres S 47 W passing curuer to same at McVVilliams at 155 chains and passing a hickory fore and aft at 1615 chains in all 2535 chains to a stake corm r to same and in line to Muss with Muss S E 550 chains to a planted lime stone in bed of an old road corner to J W Elmore formerly J S Robinson said stone is S 42 W 2 63 chains from another stone planted in said old road arid which was an oiigi nal corner to J S Robinson thence with Elmore and with a post and rail ing fence 8 Gfii E passing a larir white oak at 3 87 chains in all 1230 chains distance by prufartoii to n point in line to Elmore and corner i 33 acres one rood and 14 pole tract of Thomas Anderson land thence with of said tract on a hearing calculated from the field notes of said 33 acres one rood and 14 as side of a traverse the closing line in the original notes a mistake N 12 28 chains distance by protraction due to the fact that tbe total distance of this before mentioned side runs from a point 910 of a pole west of a marked hickory as per said calculation of omitted side N 31 E 18 92 chains a a stake a few tees west of a young su gar tree thence by calls copied from deed from S H Auderon to Thomas Anderson book 16 page 361 with our degree magnetic applied S 87 E 1865 chains to stake in the east edge of a fence row corner to said 33 acres 1 rood and 14 pules and a new corner new made in the held notes to the four acres belonging to Thom as Anderson and now cut off to him thence a protracted line to said Pout acres S E 1273 chains to a point in the middle of the old Danville Pike with middle of said pike N 28i E actual bearing 561 chains by protraction to a point in middle of pike 36 12 E 479 chains to a point at north edge of meadow N 64 E 2085 snafus to a point iu middle A 41iK 395 cuaius to a point in luidule corner to the 24 acres purchas ed by U fJ swi ebruuu Hugh v m iMo U Jonuslou thence leaving pine auo with line to said track N 57i W 6 00 ctiituis to the corner post or a wire fence on the west bank of a drain N 19 14 W 3 22 chains to tile corner puss of hence crussmg drain N 1 12 W 18 50 chains to a iu the middle of the new Lancaster aud Dar ville turnpike to said tract thence wuh middle and meanders ol pike N 88 34 W 2 50 chains to a point at norm edge of meadow S W 1 53 chains lo a point 111 middle curve to Popes lot thence stile with pike in cuding said lot S 43 14 W passing W corner of saio lot at 1 15 chains ii ail 5 14 chains to a point 17 links S ol middle of pike S 82t W 975 chains to a poiut 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 challis to a point in middle N W 9 64 chains to a point 1 foot north of middle and cor ner to Currant heirs thence Jpavi e pike and with their line S 7 34 W passing an original stone corner at 52 links in all 9 24 chains to a point two feet N of a tree cornet to same and to the 8 33 acres sold to J O B Collier with line of said tract S 28 W 14 89 chains to the beginning containing one hundred 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 This land will be sold on a credt of ont and two years aud the purchaser will be required to give bond with ap proved security with a lien retained on the land to secure payment of said bonds said bonds to bear interest at the rate of sIx per cent per annum from date of sale until paid and the bonds to have force and effect of a jud gement which execution may is sue paid at matui ity The will be permitted to pay one third of the purchase price of said land in cash if and tbe plaintiffs Pattie S Anderson and Harry Anderson Alberta B Anderson Elizabeth Carry Walton willing to recleve same and if are to receive tbe commissioner will receive said one third of the purchase price and afte en of t tie sale and payment of n tftfhpr p said he paid according and in an rnrrince with orders of this court December 7th 1910 B U Batson Ml C G C C B H TomliMOB for Plaintiffs i WT soe Fertile himself Five Female This Pattie Walton 38t Muss and the a line pole the omitted 3t E this corner 6114 4134 seed II nil a pple he de8Irestodos Anderson of will to AnT Commissioner following bounded ump being vat iatiuu point 1 upon not purchaser c Anderson are same out From j Diary Sometimes I think that mother fair ly revels in house cleaning The semi annual unheavals that she insists do not seem in the least necessary to me Still as I wish to help her in any way t can I usually leave home during the siege for I know it Is eas ier to clean house when there Is not a large family to take care of Last week when the calclminers therefore 1 went out to Uncle Johns farm When I arrived I was naturally annoyed to find Aunt Anna In the midst of putting up grape Juice and making pickles You see we are In quite a mess said Aunt Anna In greeting me but we shall be through in a day or two and then we can have a good time riding In your Uncle Johns automo bileWhy has Uncle John got a car I asked Im so glad I wonder If he will give me a little ride in It dayNo he cant said Aunt Anna hes over at Mays farm helping fill the silo Tomorrow too lot of work to do but by Thursday hell have time to take us to the coun ty fairThe county fair I echoed I dont believe I care about county fairs Im not particularly interested in pumpkinsWell you dont have to go If you dont want to remarked Aunt Anna rather sharply I suppose youre not interested in grape juice and pickles either I should love to help you aunty if I had time I replied pleasantly but I must work while here on the paper I have to write for our club the Dix AmiesWhats the subject of your The Theory of Household Its a good thing its the theory commented Aunt Anna Thursday at breakfast Uncle John said to Aunt Anna I saw Luko Wright at the creamery this morning and I told him to tell Lucy to be ready and wed take her to the fair I know shell be interested In the automobile races Automobile races I repeated Then Im glad Ive decided to go You see Aunt Anna Ive got as far along on my essay as I can get with out more reference books Aunt Anna did not look as pleased as I had expected and as I hurried up stairs to change my frock I could hear Uncle Johns voice raised in argu mentNo Anna you shall not stay home nor shall Nan he was saying The first time I go to the county fair In my own machine my wife and daugh ter shall go along When my 15yearold cousin Nan and I got Into the back of the little car and Aunt Anna sat down by Uncle John we filled it so completely that I naturally thought Uncle John would not take Lucy Wright but he drove straight to her house You sit In there with the girls he said as Lucy who must weigh at least 160 pounds came out to the car I think I was never so uncomfort ably crowded in my life before Soon I told Uncle John that I simply couldnt stand it Yes the seats only intended for two he remarked But whats to be doneSome one might sit on the floor of the car In front I suggested Lucy Wright who seemed a very goodnatured person immediately placed her ponderous self at Aunt Annas feet Tm afraid we have too much weight on one side of the car said Uncle John Just then we came to a muddy stretch of road into which he went slowly instead of putting on more force and getting quickly through it as I should have done Suddenly the wheels on the heavy side of the car plunged deep into the mud and we stopped with a Jerk No amount of effort on Uncle Johns part would make the car stir At last he said Well have to get out and push her out of this mudhole Of course I could not step into the mud in my white buckskin shoes but the others pushed and pushed until finally the car was on comparatively dry land But try as he would Uncle John simply couldnt make it go He grew more and more angry as farmers kept driving by In their wagons each asking what was the matter We women decided to walk home a distance of three miles Aunt Anna said so much about the foolishness of overloading a car that I was really sorry for that dreadfully heavy Miss Wright who must have felt very i guilty and uncomfortable Still I do not see why Uncle John did not buy a large touring car Instead of that silly little thing that carries only four people I told Aunt Anna what I thought about it Kindly dont criticise our automo bile Lucile thats the last straw she said so unpleasantly that I deter mined to go home at once even if the cleaning was not done Uncle John with his machine tow ed in by a larger car reached home just as the hired man was driving me to the station Goodby Better luck next tune I called gayly hut he scarcely looked upI often regret that Uncle Johns tnomtiora are RO nnnolished I Chinese Fad Ingenious devices appeal to the people of China The wealthy Chi nese are extremely fond of musical instruments and often carry two or more watches and wear foreign glasses The Chinese is well known for fondness for clocks tele scopes field glasses In fact almost any scientific instrument Mound City Paints may cost atrile C C J E Stormes j I I r S I upon I appeared to because theres- a II I paper Economics house at j more J i31 i uc e s ii- f t his When Women Point to the White Swan Floor as the best of all they know what they are a bout If there is one thing women can judge well it is flour nNfJ3U I 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 INSURED YOUR TOBACCO BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH I iliZLIY Office National Bank of Lancaster Phone SELL YOUR TOBACCO We will pay highest mirkct price at all times either at Paint Lick or Stanford W P KINCAID DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO Residence Phone 199 Stuii nl Kentucky rIAMI1JIrry Ir HijSELDEN Deliver IAv1ba 3re CORT METAL SHINGLESL- aid 20 years ago are as good as nc cday and have never needed repairs Think cf it What other roofing will last as look as well Theyre fireproof stormprocf and very easily laid can be laid right over wood singles if necessary without dirt or inconvenience For prices and other detailed information apply to James T Hill Agent or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa lon d r creating J J VALKBU Presidentr J S JOHNSONVice 1 ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Ol LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 I B F HUDSON Cashier r W O RIONKY Asst flshr C D Bookkeeper I J J WALKER Iu Asset BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTUKS B T M Arnold Alex fJtbhs Levi L Walker C A Arnold 1 W t LKER J S Johnson F Rdsnn J J Walker S 1 Youll Have To a long time for even as good lumber as ours You can whistle forever and get no better There isnt any We stay on top in the lumber business just i 4t 111 IIWHISTLE III ill II 1 I because of the superiority ot our Ltinu boards t etc Ask any builder if it pays to buy the best lumber His answer should make you our customer Lancaster Lumber Mfg Co B 1 III III iii 11 IJIi 1Wtr t Iwjl- t i 1 l and let me I Finish your pic 1 tures for you John M McRoberts I it r f I Xmas Holly and Poin SettiaI 9 Tags Cards and Seals IOc- I Sterling Silver Toilet Sets I Brush Comb and Mirrow Manicure and Infants out I Beautiful Designs f1 Latest Effects tI Tf late tr fits LET US HELP YOU The Gift This is the store of the Christmas Gift and the Christmas Spirit the store of unparalleled valuegiving Come every day An extra force of courteous salespeople ready to serve and to show you the greatest economy bargains in Lancaster 0n 4 rtoo f Solve Question UJ7 1 Sterling Silverwear Knives Forks and Spoons l HAWKES CUT GLASS Vases Bowls Pitchers and Glasses Clocks Can dlesticks Electroleer I Card R i a r cotters ifver Deposit Giasware Pitchers Glass Vases Pickard Hand Panted China PLATES BOWLS and PITCHERS I Iii Goods lockets Stands methests Decora tions Ijt Optical Ink IUiamonds i Pins Y Yule t McRoberts Jewelersi i fc I J 51V oSi fforrow CURS CATARRH Its Easy Pleasant sell Casts ft a Trifle many readers of the Central R ard know that in Inland Australia vtwre Ui u liiiest of eucalyptus tr s r m i i abundance that there is iu consumption catarrh or diseases of til respirators tract r fieshm r balsam thrown out by three trees fiis the air and is brfhthed into lungs by the inhabi tants all germ life is destroyed If you ii v catarrh you cannot go inland Autralia except at great ex ense but you cm breathe right in hmne the same pleasant lieiliijr germ killing airyou would beth if y u were living in the eucalyptus ni1 iet of Australia liYOMEI it is made In ai Australian eucalyptus and scien tifically combined with thymol and other antiseptics Pura few drops of OYOMEI into the inhaler and breathe it As it pisses over the catarrh infected mem brane it kiiis the uerms and heals the raw 11 flan d surface H YO EL i guaranteed to cure cuuizhs colds croup and sore throat or money back Complete out fit iiichidhm inhaler 8100 Extra bot ties f cost but 50 cents Sold by R E and druggists everywhere To break up cold in head or few mi lures a of Iltotuci bovxlnf boiling water e v r head and bowl with towel and breathe the apor MNJL Rev Hiitchiusun ti led his regular ap iintineniat Freedom last Sunday Mr 7t P Jones is buying corn from Mr W F Prewiit at 3 25 per barrel tobaccoMr V Sanders our splendid merchant is erecting a new addition to dwelling Mr R W Sanders oought of Mr Thumps II ill of McUreary a store bouse dwelling and lot John Sebastian Mr Acbie tsebast iau a nice fat hug six aud threefourths cents M r A S Wheeler has returned from a pleasant visit to his sister Mrs Samuel Ward cf Livingston Mr John Sanders and family have moved to their new home near Marks bury Their many friends here are very sorry to have them go Mr Carol Prewitt has recently moved to his which he from Mr John Sanders We regret seeing Mr Prewitt anti splen did family leave our midst flew the and l roar uWu SIN hill Just itreaUie Lis rim II YO i LI I Rooelts Son l 0 cbestJn- a teaspoonful into a I his M boughtof 4 I l ire tat t1 Catarrh p fur corn property purchased t i t Ends Winters Troubles To many winter is a season of trou ble The frost bitten toes and lingers chapped hands and lips chilblains cold sores red and rouuti skins prove this But such troubles fly before Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial con vinces Greatest healer of Burns Boils Piles Cuts Sores Erztnia and Sprains Only 25c at R E MsRoberts Son 1m PAIN LICK Mrs James Guyn is quite sick at writ lug Miss Mary E Lear is the guest of friends at Anchorage Miss E mm Bcrchell is the guest of relatives in Jessamine county Mrs Joe McCormick went to Lex ington last Saturday to have her eyes treatedMisses Lula and Mllie McWhorter of Richmond spent Sunday with their home folks here Mr Salem Wallace of Lexington spent from Saturday till Monday with Mr Henry Francis Mrs Jno Ferney gave a dining last Sunday in honor of her visitor Miss Elloiese Ferny of St Louis Mo There will be a musical given by the glee club of Berea Saturday night for the benefit of the Christian church ONLY ONE BEST blaster Petple Give Crest Wiei Credit is Ole People of Lancaster who suffer with sick kidneys and bad backs want a kid ney remedy tbat can be depended upon Tbe 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 cires 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 opprotuuity 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 trouole The Kidney secretions were unnatural and judging from this 1 knew that my kidneys were disordered At that time it was my good fortune to Hear of Doans Kidney Pills and I procured asupply at Fiisbies Drug Store Through their use my kidneys were restored to a normal condition For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilbsrn Co Buffalo York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the name Doans and take no other tills I I Lancaster New Pendants Pins ovelties raveling Sets Rings Engraving Scarf Emblems Silverware RHEUMATISM Cured By The Marvel Of Tie Ctttey B B BTested Fir 30 Years Aching bones swollen joints perma nently cured through the blood witl pure Botanical ingredients To provt it we will send you a SAMPLT TREATMENT FREE If you have bone pains sciatica Of shooting pains up and down the leg aching back or shoulder blades swol len joints or swollen muscles difficul ty in moving around so you have to use crutches blood thin or skin pale skin itches and burnt shifting pains had breath lumbaog gout take Bo ttnic Blooa Balm B B B which will remove every symptom because B B B suds a rich tingling flood of warm rich pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves bones and joints giving warmth and strength just where it is needed and in this way making a per feet lasting cure of Rheumatism in all its forms B B B has made thousands of cures of rheumatism after all other medicines liniments and doctors have f tiled to help or cure druggists or by express 1 00 per large bottle with di rections for home cure Sample sent free by writing Blond Balm Co ta Ga Describeyour trouble and free medical advice given Sold by F P 1m UNION Miss Mary Ross sold a fat bog to Mr Jim Ross at seven cents per pound Miss Ida Chadwell of Barboursville is visiting her brother Mr Chand wellMrs D G Boss and daughter Mary was the guest of Mrs C W Murphy SundayMr Henry has returned from Barborsviile weere he has been on buisnessMrs Beasley who has been very ill is reported some better at this writing Mr R M McQaerry has bought of Mr A J Hammock his house and lot for 25000 Mr Jesse Baird will close his school at Union Friday the sixteenth the scholars are all expecting a treat This is a good time for poor people for they can get all the ice they want to make ice cream and lemonade Hats never be without Dr Kings New Life Pills again write A Scn ingeck 647 Elm St Buffalo N Y They cured me of chronic constipa tion when all other failed for Biliousness Jaundice Headache Chill Malaria and Debility 25o at B B McRoberts Son J Ft isbie F T I I sure I I 2 7 L Asian saris a Inf- Ill Unequal Indigestion 1 PinHolders Sets Sets Toilet Sets Tray Cameras Hat Razor Safty IVOry Shaving Military Ash Stationery Brushes Miss Pattie Hurt continues quite sickMr Lem Ivens is very sick at this writingMr Long spent Sunday with lis young friend Mr Squire Whitta er Mrs Kirby spent from Friday until Sunday with her mother who is quite sickMr and Mrs Lota Raney spent Tuesday night with her sister Mrs John Hicks Miss Yernell Ray spent Sunday with her cousins Misses Maggie and Mari Ray of Judson Mrs Aaron Ray was called to the bed side of her mother Mrs Tom Chapell who died Saturday Misses Osie Snyder and Georgia Crutchfield spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Luther Raines and family Mr and Mrs William Whittaker spent Friday and Saturday with Mr and Mrs Loyd Sanders of Crab SUN How an appalling calamity in bis family was prevented is told by A D McDonald of Fayetteville N C R V D No 8 My sister had consump tion he writes she was very thin and pale had no appetite and seemed to grow weaker every day as all reme dies failed till Dr Kings New Di covery was tried and 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 hemorrhageall bronchial it has no equal 50c 8100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts Son 1 m FOR cases counters light electrolier new reclining uphol stered chair wheel invalid chair 12 foot oak dining table with extra round top 3 panel doors 2ft 10 in by aft 11 in 6 single light sash 2ft 10 by 3 ft 11 in 2 plate glass 2 ft 5 in ft 2 in 2 plate glass 2 ft 4 in by 7 ft 5 in 1 plate glass 2 ft 9 in by 8ft 2 in 1 marble slab 2 ft by 9 ft 4 pair window shutters 1 ft 5 in by 7 tf 11 in J E Stormes 10 14tf Fruit and Shade Trees Everything For Orchard Lawn and Garden Write TOT free Catalogue No Agts EFHiUenmeyer Tons Lexington Kentucky Loyd etta Awful Dea so troubled SALEsnow by5 cj T Orchard Free croup troubles adjustable Commissioners SALE GAKRARD CIRCUIT COURT Ophelia Price et al Piaiutit- vS Augustus Durn et al Defendants Puisuaut to a judgment of the Gar raid Circuit Court rendered in the above styled cause at its November term ijio the undersigned Comm Lssiuuer will on MONDAY DECEMBER 26 th 1910 this date being County Court Day tweeu twelve oclock noon aud at public outcry in trout of the Court douse Lancaster Kentucky to the highest and best bidder the following real property towit One piece of property a house lot in the town of Lancaster Ken uctcyon Richmond Street bounded a follows a stake in the middle of the Lancaster and Richmond turn pike road corner to T Reid now Neiii Baliou thence with T Reid now Nellie liallou line S 25 Wl2i poles to tIe center of the said road S 87 E 18 3o pules to a stage thence with Tom linsons line N 25 E 8i poles to the middle of turnpike road thence with same N 80 W 17 i6 poles to the beginn ing containing one acre one rood and eighteen poles more or less being the same sold aud conveyed 10 Ophelia Dunn now Ophelia Price and her children I Hamilton and Judith Hamilton his wife by deed now of record in the Garrard County Clerks Ofllce in deed book 14 pages 65 The purpose of the sale of this prop erty is for distributing the proceeds among the aforesaid plaintiffs and de fendants as their respective rights mav appear Terms This property will be sold on a credit of six months and onehxlf of the purchase price being due in six months and the in twelve months the purchaser will be required to give bond with good surety for the purchase price of the property same to bear six percent interest per annum from date of sale until paid with retained on the land to secure the payment of the December 6th 1910 R H Katson M C G C C H Clay Kauffman Atty for plaintiff Commissioners Sale gf LancL GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT- J S Totton Others Plaintiff VS Ray Others Pursuant to a judgement of the Garrard CircuitCourt rendered in the above styled cause at its November term 1910 the undersigned comm issioner will on MONDAY DECEMBER 26 th 1910 this being County Court Day between twelve oclock noon and two p m will sell at public outcry in front of the Court House door in Kentucky to the highest and best bidder the following real prop be two pm- I door in and Beginning at by J residue a lien nurchas money Alice Yc 7 I twelvemonths Lancaster Jewelry JK Ear Drops I Watches I- Qmerals 4I Leather Goods Yule Tide q i Rubies erty to wit ONE HOUSE AND LOT OF GROUND in Lancaster Kentucky on Lancas ter and Crab Orchard turnpike road and described as follows A certain house and lot of ground in the City of Lancaster situated ou the Lancaster aud Crab Orchard turn pike road or street fronting them and located on the north by said road fronting thereon and bounded on the north by said road or street and ad joins Frazee Bakers heirs and Petty containing live acres 3 roods and 33 Ples less about one acre conveyed to said turnpike company and about one acre conveyed to the defendant S B TottonTerms This property will be sold on a credit of six and twelve months in equal amounts the purchaser to execute bond with good surety pay able to the Master Commissioner bear ing interest at the rate of six per cent perannum from the date of sale the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity with a lien retained on the property to secure the of the purchase money December 5 th 1910 R H Batson M r GC C Wm Herndon Atty for Plaintiff Commissioners Sale GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Garr Scott Co Plaintiff VS J H Brooks Others Defendants Pursuant to a of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered in the above cause at its November term 1910 The undesigned will on Saturday DECEMBER 31st 1910 at about one oclock P M sell to the highest and best bidder at public one sawmill and engine described as follows This property will be sold on the premises where it is located One twentytwo horse power port able engine on wheels No 14112 and the usual appurtenances manufac tured by Garr Scott one ponev sawmill No 3637 one 60 12 fourply drivebelt also variable feed sono carriage cable drive two excelsior dogs best 60 saw No 26 227 8 and 9 guage geared knee reced er which property is situated in Rockcastle County Kentucky at or near in said CountyIt to the court that the personal property adjudged to be sold cannot be to the County seat without extraordinary expenditure and it appearing that it is practically impossible to bring said property from its present location the Master Com missioner is ordered TO SELL SAID PERSONAL PROPERTY AT THE PLACE WHERE IT IS SITUA TEDTbe purpose of this sale is to satisfy a debt of one thousandfive hundred fifty dollars with interest thereon at per cent per annum frott March I I I I I styled Commissioner presently Conway rem six baying payment OFF i outcry i rc s 24th 1909 until pud subject t a credit or dollars ti5ltO paid 53 9 tember 25th 1Jlit txvenij dot is S2000 paid September 2Stlir lUOlJ a KS fifty dollars 50 GO paiu Jauuari 2t U 1910 Debt and interest amounting thousand live hundred uitiriv dollars and sixty three ceeCS to date of sale December 1910 and costs approximated S12417 of court proceedings for which judgement has been rendered in the above styled case TERMS This sale will be made on a credit o six months time with interest at per cent per annum from date of suite until paid Said purchaser wilt be re quired to give bond with approved the said bond to have the force and effect of a judgement and shall be a lien upon the property sold and execution of fieri facias may issue up on said bond if same is not paid December 12th 1910 R H Batson 3L C G C GL C Atty for plaintiffs lone Lc w endue C fifty 63 security Bagby J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY My Farm of 1 66 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 t SALE t K 4 7 r I in with the Open every evening from December 19th sj r rfiw Push crowds Most Amazin T I1L e r A Xmas Bargain iitand price thrilPof the 11 i age I t Carnival Ever Flashed Across The Face of II the Earth FURNITURE NEWS t The Supreme Bargain Revelation of the times comes with theI I r Positively Selling Out 1 to QUIT A Sweeping Smashing sacri fice Everything positively at the mercy of the Public in nine days of the most terrifying price butchery ever known top of the earth Solid Oak Princess Dresser big mirror 1900 Sale price 1185 All Quartered Oak and polished Princess Dresser swell front 2500 Value sale price 1735 2inch continues post Iron Bed in Verms Martin finish 1300 Value sale price 795 Full szie white Iron Bed 300 Value sale Woven Wire center support springs to fit any bed 350 Value sere price 210 Full size wood beds 600 Value sale price S395 Large Roomy solid oak Wardrobe 1350 value 935 6ft solid oak dining Room Tables 42inch Top 750 Value sale price 4 65 Cupboard Safe with glass front 800 Value Sale price S565 Organs in first class Condition 3500 Value sale price 1995 Reed Rockers 450 Value 265 Rocking Horses for the little ones 250 Value sale price 145 on price 195 F G Hurts FAREWELLSelling Out Sensational last and Thundering Istand J- i tft I j I Positively Selling Out 11 to QUIT I a stock of Furniture j Carpets Rugs Mattings and in connection with the business to be hurled out in 9 short days Stop everything else j and come j Pianos j Howard Cabinet Grand in Genuine Mahogany case regular Sl5QiCOalue sale price 23300 1 Harvard Cabinet Grand 550 00 Value sale price 313 GO 1 Value 30 85 Si Jeboards solid oak regular 275 Value sale price 1385 Sideboard in Genuine Quartered oak and polished big mirror S45POI Value sale price 785 r Folding Beds S2100 Value sale price 13SS 2inch continues posT Brass Bed 3800 Value sale price Five other styles and grades at same sensation reductions f 25c straw matting at ISc a yard 35c straw matting at a yard f Carpet in Brussels all wools and Unions at less than half price 45 pound pure felt mattresses 1200 Value sale price SlSI5 Note The Following j Rockers Ladies Desks Pedestals Parlor stands Morris chairs Fictures Magizine Racks Childs Rockers High chairs clocks Eat Racks Hall Seats Roman chairs Shirt Waist Boxes Costumers Plate Racks Fasefe Dressing Tables Go Carts Wagons Sleds Sewing Machines and hundreds of other articles to numerous to mention at less than half price I I everything r t 4 Buffets sale price t 2165 21c f 3 3500 5 I 52 s ti SaleOpened Thursday Morning December 15th at with the most entheusastic crowd of buyers the town has ever known 9 1 am Value 1500 Sale Price 985 Value 1800 Sale Price 1095 Quitting Furniture business in Lancaster for ever and ever All past sales fade away in comparison with this marvelous epochmaking opportuniiy Bring to mind the greatest Furniture Bargains you have ever seen or heard of and then multiply thorn four to five times Thats the extent the all important meaning of F G Hurts amazingly sensation al Last Stand and Never to be Forgotten Farewell In the name of your own best interests Dont think this announcement to good to be true Dont think that our boiling enthusiasm has lead us to paint this word picture in over lurid colors Be wise enough to see with your own eyes See for yourself if brand new Furni ture Carpets and Rugs are not marked at LESS MONEY than the Junk dealer has paid you for Ash Heap Cast Offs See for yourself if we are not offering you live up todate Furniture for less than lumber yards would charge for bare wood and Carpets and Rugs for less than the ragman pays for Rag Carpet Materials For the snme reason be hind this seemingly frenzied madness look at the proposition through my eyes I positively must be sold out building absolutely vacated in 9 days from Thursday December 15th Nine days of grace and 0OOO worth of goods to be disposed of Thats my appalling meat Thats why I cast all precedents to the wind and butcher prices as they were never butchered before J am not of tIle gnaflrinp of bitter wailing this v cause mi ip competitor because of the terrible jolt it may give their business No I am figuring an doing a sixmonths business in 9 days Everything must go nothing Horse agon Harness and office fixtures for sale Dont put it off but come tomorrow diea teethand il mono pre thinking sale ensation reserved Value 3000 Sale Frfce 1765 1 Value 3200 Sale Price 1865 Value 1300 Sale Price 795I F C2L HilRTt li NCASTER K a sIe Pi 6 t 0 o l ud1IeUp Of C Lawrence Cook Co Pittsburg r a i L wr n u s Who is dont you know Think where you get full value for your dough Where prices are right and goods the best Come to Josephs who is who and he will surely do the rest t l i ili WhoWhY J h J i 1 J0 jill It There Santa Claus will make his home Where all you and your friends like to roamv Where all his presents will be on hand At Josephs store the best in the land 8 tI i I 1t Abouti People A hid Meat rf the and Gefagf lyThwe W Are Worsted In DrJ A was a recent visitor in Lexington J B Haselden made a buisness trip to Danville Tuesday Mrs B H Batson has been upon the sick list fur several days Mr and Mrs W H Porter have tak en rooms with Mrs J D MIt Mable Mason will leave next week for her home in Richmond Bourne is in Stanford visi ting ber sister Mrs W K Warner Miss Lottie of Stanford is with Mrs Wm J Rumans Miss Pearl Hamra is Misses Anna and Bertie Walker at McCreary Mm Thomas Rankin has been in Somerset visiting Mrs J M Roberts Mrs MiHie Nevius of Stanford is here visiting Mr and Mrs Joe Nevius Miss Sue Brashear will spend th holidays with her mother in Cyuthi ann Mrs H C T Richmond of YUle is the guest of Miss Katie Simp two The many friends of Mr Jacob Jos eph are glad to see him on the street againJudge Chenault of Richmond has been visiting Mr and Mrs J W El Mrs X N Dudley and too bright children are visiting relatives in H Clay Kauffman is in Charleston West Va for a buisness stay of days Mrs Taylor Burdette of Bryan tsvi le was the recent guest of Mrs W S Carrier Miss Bertie Jean Penny of Stanford was the week end guest of Miss Letty McRoberus Mr Dan Chenault of Richmond has been in Lancaster fur a week past on legal business Mrs Marshall K Denny gave a sumptuous Inner in honor of Mr and Walker Misses Bel tie Robinson and Minnie Walsh will spend Xmas at their homes in Campbellbvi le Mr and Mrs S D Turner are a wit to friends iu Versailles and Lexington- Mr Herbert Falser has returned tu his in Somerset idler a prutract ed stay with friends here Mrs S G Haselden entertain iH the Eojorudery Club list week I her hume oti Bichinond street f Piss Annie Margaret Elkin a stud eat at Glendale Ohio is expected home Saturday for a visit Hester Covington bas returned to Her btirae In fcichmond after a visit to the Mis es Tinder Mr and Mrs Quincie Grav and lit tle daagbter of Cdimersville Indiana are guests of Mr A K Walker Mrs Frank R Marksburv was at hone on Thursday afternoon to the Amon Gulley Miss Nell arson beraunt visiting T Ed Par- Is home J Cee ti 1 Louise rture Richmond several 1 i Mrs J1 making t f Mba pleasant members of the Embroidery Club i Mr W A Arnold was iu Lexington Mundav on buisness Dl and Mrs J G Pursley are at home after a stay in Williamstuwn Judge Peter McRoberts of was here this week on legal buis nessMr A L Summers the popular Live Stuck Claim Agent was in town Tuesday Hon Robert C Talbert a prnmi ent attorney of Paris Ky is in town on legal buisness The Chatauqua Circle met Wed nesday afternoon at the home of Miss ess Martha and Helen Gill Miss Hall has returned to her home in Mnysvslle after several months with Mrs Ada B Kin nairdNorman I Taylor an extensive dealer of Burnside Ky was here this week H B North cutt Mrs Anna Robinson isat home from a protracted visit to iu Col umbia Miami and Kansas City Mr and Mrs Ed Walker Garrard this week truch to the re trret if their friends to reside in Em inence Little Miss Margaret Cook was the happy prize winner at the peanut hunt given by little Miss Bernice ChampMiss Lizzie Belt is who has been teaching such a successrul school at Orchard Grove will finish her term FridayMrs Jesse Arnold of Frankfort is xpected to spend the holidays with her mother Bettis Rev McLendon of Manchester was a visitor here Saturday and filled the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday morningMr Hoeing of Mlwaukee Wig is expected to join his wife real soon fur a visit to Mr and Mrs J W SweeneyMrs Doty and son James of Millersburg are here to spend the Xmas holidays with Misses Jane and Mary Doty Miss Margaret Big Stone Gap Va arrived Wednesday for a short stay with her friend Miss Let McRobertsMrs and Mrs Rachel Austin left Thursday visit to relatives in Bernringbam Alabama and other points Mr and Mrs J G Burnside and daughter Miss Annie Belle are in visiting Mr and Mrs J Viiceut Arnold Muses Delia and Fannie Tinder have returned to the Normal school af tera visit to their parents Elder and Mis F M Tinder Mrs Oatley Burke and little Lucien Sanders Burke of Silver Creek are guests of Mrs Burkes parents Mr and Mrs John Sanders near MarksburyMrs McRoberts and daub er Miss Annie D McRoberts of Stan ford were guests the latter part of last week of Mr and Mrs R E McRob rts Mrs Flonnie Hammond McKechnie r Stanford E teli stay produce the of relatives I I and BuIll of for a Birmn ham son- I I guest Missouri leave Mrs Ellen daughters of Tampa Florida is visiting her Mr and Mrs J A Hammond of Hubble Mr and Mrs R L McKech nie will leave shortly for Nashville to resideMiss Sammie Robertson who was married past week in Elizabeth town to Mr William Wilson Spring is the attractive young sister of Mrs B Wintersmith of Louisville who is so well known here being a fre quent visitor of Mrs Wm Cook Prices cut to a frazzle at Hurts Furniture bale Hew T Get Rick Live up to your engagement Earn money before you spend it Never play at any game of chance Good character is above all things else Keep your own secrets if you have any Never borrow if you can possibly avoid it Always speak the truth Make few promises Keep good company or none Never be idle Do not marry until you are able to support a wife Keep yourself innocent if you would be happy Every live misfortune excepted with in your income When you speak to a person look him in the lace Make no haste to be rich if you would prosper Save when you are young to spend when you are old Avoid temptation through fear you may not withstand it Never speak evil of any one Be just before you are generous Never run into debt without you see plainly a way to get out again Small and steady gains give with tranquility mind Good company and good conversation are the very sinews of virtue Your character cannot be essentially injured except by your own acts If any one speaks evil of you let your life be so that none will believe him When you retire to bed think over what you have been doing during the day If your hands cannot be usefully employed attend to the cultivation of your mind I parents competency Theodore Betsys Pointers a woman who nervous over a little annoyance is hatching a bunch of trouble for the max row Mollv and I agree afterwide investigation that the best place in get I Christmas goods is at R S Browns Santa Clause has lifted the lid at this store and finds it filled to the roof all kinks tI town o Christmas Goods I of all kinds at PEISBIES DEUG STOEEf ii c 6 S ii ww t fIi n c follow the in the game His prices are right always the same Where Motto is Peace on Earthto all good Cheer At Josephs start right the coming New Year I- So crowdget I I Methodist CHURCH DIRECTORY Lancaster First and Third Sundays Pfeaclii Ivery jWay fifty at 7 p m Tuesday night 7 p m Bible Study McKendree Second and Fourth Sunday at 11 a m Sunday School at 945 a m Wednesday 7 p m Bible Study 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 Tbriceaweek ediiun which comes every other day in the week ex cept Sunday It will be of particular value to you now The Th riceaweek World also abounds in other strong fratures serial stories humor cartoons in fact everything that is to be found in a firstclass daily The ThriceaWeek Worlds regular subscription price is only 100 per year and this pays for 156 papers We offer this unequalled newspaper and The Central Record together for one year for 175 The regular subscription price of the two papers is 200 Saturday will be a big day at Butts Furniture Store A Matter of Conscience My health and digestion are doctor began the caller in the office of the medical man I havent an ache or a pain The trouble with me is that I cannot sleep at night Well if that the case sir said the learned physician I suggest that you consult your spiritual adviser rather than me Uppincotts 80 Say We All We would have all men live In peace each man respect his fellow man all lying cheating grafting the whole world live on a better plan But one lone privilege we insist Tis right should any dare our slightest purpose to re slat to annihilate him then and there A PALPABLE HIT TbriceaWcc EditIOn of the I its perfect Is ceaseand thisthe The markets A splendid stroke Did you follow the ball caddie No sir but I think that gentleman with the red coat can tell you where it truck I Me him feelin of his head Do It Now This is a good time We allow 00 do your Chrlstmaa Shopping BOW Reltevt ef Robinson the beet I ever have to mimd Irasi mes P ni to it tax recently Th- Is COdrt in hors A f J7t v Cart Don lived you doat own attend 1- YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Fresh oysters at Zimmers Call 17 for fresh oysters R Zimmer ToysToys bur girls and boys Has Bros Haselden Bros headquarters for toys and Xmas goods Hudson and Hughes sell COAL of QUALITY Phone 26 1293t Two large rooms full of Xmss goods at Haselden Bios Get your at the Blue Grass Creamery 1222D light red sow right ear crapt bob tail left Dec 9th Jas Overstreet or call 195B FOR a few choice Du roc Kilts left You should come if you want one J F Robinson Itpd Will you please call and pay your account We have to meet City bills Rella Arnold Vanilla Chocolate Strawberry and Nut Ice Cream for your Christmas dinner Let us have your order early H Phone 56 12162D I have about 30000 worth of that I will sell out at cost if sold at once Thomas Hill McUreary Ky 1224 t Order OBELISK FLOUR for Christmas baking from Hudson ana Hughes Its guarantaed to satisfy 1293t Old fashion earn meal 20cents per peck 35 cents per half bushel del ivered Give it a trial Blue Grass Creamery 1222t It will pay you to feed Cotton Seed Meal and Shipstuff if you get the kind Hudson and Hughes have Phone 26 1293t Your baking factory if you use BALLARDS FLOUR Hudson and Hughes guarantee it to please you Phone 26 129 3t 8000 per month straight salary and expenses to men with rig introduce our Poultry Remedies Dont auswer unless you mean buisness Eureka Poultry Ford Mfg Co Incorporated East St Louis Ill For Sale A good stock of goods best stand in the county Thomas Hill McCreary Ky 12 2 4 t The Ladies or the Baptist church will haVe a Exchange at Walkers Grgcery at Dec 17 th This is to notify you that George A Bates and A F Maudlin are no long er in our employ WoodMosaic Company Inc New Fer Sale One combined mare five years old Perfectly safe for anyone to drive Miss Jennie Higgins One good Hamilton Organ Will sell at a bargain For particulars call at this office or phone No 326 tf Fir Sale Two book cases extension dining sideboard wardrobe clothes press and some other articles of furniture W I Williams 122tf Lancaster Ky Nov 12 1910 In the matter of Fannie Turner the creditors of Fannie A Tur hereby notified that I as of Fannie A Turner will re ceive slums against the said estate 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 ll184t rI butter milk LOSTA SALEOnly ourj V Bastin furniture I your I I r I Christmas will besatis OBELISK Geed Case J WHIt It May KerI Albany Ind FII Sale nerare at- m ft0t I Bazasaiu TI assignee assignee Dont Stop to Argue Xmas is coming fast and will soon be S right on us Everything in Suits and Coats Overcoats i I and Rubber Goods MARKED DOWN LOW R H BATSON Jbm mf v Make Your Xmas Cake WITH Glen Lily Flour THEYLL BE GOOD Garrard Milling Company 47 LANCASTER KENTUCKY i1 iR I lil J 01f fBrrr I 10 I Ladies I len s I- eI mI IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIiltt i t I f i i I j i I I Jlllllllllllllllllllltllldllllllllllllllllllllllll z e o f f PHONE THE NotionalOf Lancaster Capital50000 Surplus S2GOOQ A R DESNY President J B ST01MES Vice Prest S C DEMY 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 Denny J Gill W I Williams nk L I= Take Santa Claus advice and put your money where it will do you the most good There are no better facilities than those offered by The GARRARD BANK TRUST Co A standing of unquestioned intergrity liberal and just dealings with depositors has made it popular Tote Xmas gift for yourself or others ian account opened I Ibest financial r r 1- M f wb 11II O B CHENAULT Pres z T SELLERS Vice Pres R L BARER See 3 DAN W SCOTT B F BUCKLEY Mrs j The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Company INCORPORATED Both Phones 964 Opp State University S Upper to Lime The Leading Warehouse in Lexington Having sold over 2000000 pounds since opening of season October 15 191O Offers superior inducements to farmers of Central Kentucky to sell their tobacco in the largest best lighted and best equipped loose leaf tobacco ware Mouse in the world 500000 square feet floor space 500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco per day Redrying plant of 75000 pounds per day Pri vate track free to all railroads capacity 15 cars load ed or unloaded under 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 in dividual crop WHETHER LOOSE OR IN HOGSHEADS If necessary we can devote one floor to loose leaf and one to hogshead tobacco through out the season Call and see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either loose leaf or in hogsheads THE Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse INCORPORATED LEXINGTON KENTUCKY We eordially Invite YOU TO SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH US We feel that we are justified in telling you your tobacco will bring as much money sold over our floors as any market in the country Lexington and Louisville not excepted For the past ten days we have made a BETTER AVERAGE daily per hundred than either Louisville or Lexington We now have seven permanent buyers located in Danville buying for the largest Factories in this and foreign countries For the past ten days there has been a steady increase in prices On some grades of over 50 per cent Buy ers pronounce our new house on Walnut Street the best lighted house in Central Kentucky The best evi dence of this is that our average has been better per hundred than any other house in Danville We charge nothing for rejections Your tobacco is insured the minute it gets into our doors and your check is ready for you in thirty minutes after the sale is over Sales will be held everyday except Saturday during the season Write us for information DANVIfefeE TOgACCO WAREHOUSE CO INCORPORATED Tobacco GrowersflTTENTION The loose floor sale at the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse on Perryville street immediately east of the Queen and Crescent Railway is being held every day Buyers from all leading factories are on hand All tobac co is placed on sale in uniform grades each grade bringing the highest market price We make no charge for rejections and will sell your tobacco until you are satisfied with the price you receive All insurance is carried by us and your tobacco is protected from the minute it enters our house until it is sold men in charge of all departments to guard your interest Our advice as is the advice of all tobacco warehouses is that you place your tobacco upon the market as soon as it has been stripped It weighs more then and you save the cost of extra hauling and get the use of your money The Warehouse has the capacity to accommodate fifty loads of tobacco at one time and ample room for a hundred head of horses Remember the location Perryville street immediately east of the Queen and Crescent Railway Cal L L Dunn is the auctioneer who sells at the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse he has had twenty five years experience in the production of burley tobacco his judgement on tobacco you get free He is ably assisted by C C Lucas of North Carolina who is an auctioneer of large experience in the loose leaf market PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO Incorporated Phone No 50 I- dJ LexingtonKy II Shel er represented ware- housemen I J J R06S Garrard QNaty k 1 Experienced peoples DAVE Saiic tar r- ri ta- Commissioners Sale sf Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT George T HiKKiubutbam Guardian i f Edna Berkele Plaintiff VS Allie Dunn Others Defendants Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered in the above styled cause at its November term 1910 the undersigned cuumi sioner will on MONDAY DECEMBER 26 1910 this day being County Court Day be tween twelve oclock nooo and two p m sell at public outcry in front of tbe Court House door Lancaster Ky to tbe highest and best bidder the following real proper ty to wit One nundred acres of land in Gar rard County Kentucky lying on the Danville Lancaster and Nicholasvilie turnpike road about one mile from Bryautsville and bounded as follows Beginning at a point in tbe center of said pike a corner to Mrs Mary it Berkele and Mrs M M Steaduian now thence tu tile center of said pike N 9i E 500 chains N 13t E 508 chains N 16i E 351 chains N 39i E 910 chains to a point in the center of said pike a cor ner to William Baughman row Moss thence wilhtbls line N 77i W 1712 chains to the center or an old road a corner to William Baughman now Moss on James Burnsides lint thence with Burnsides line S 151 W 665 chains to a stake thence N 87 West 2851 chains to a stake corner to H Ballard thence S 26 chains to a locust a corner to Mrs Berkele thence S 87S B 2451 chains to a stake hence N 51 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 by Mary A Sparks by deed dated ner 25th 1901 and recorded in the Garrard County Clerks Office in deed book 17 page 419 and by will devised to Allie Dunn Levy Dunn and Han nah Berkele by John K7 Dunn Said will probated on the 23rd dav of Oc o her 1905 and recorded in the Garrard Countv Clerks Office in willbook page and by will devised to Edna Berkele onethird interest of Hannah Berkele said will probated by the Garrard County Court nn the 25 h day of February 1907 and recorded in willbook Y page 575 This sale is made for the purpose of dividing the proceeds amongst the owners of 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 the purchase price bearing six percent in terest from date of sale with a lien re tained on the land to secure the pay ment of the purchase money December 5th 1910 R H Batson M C G C C Robinson Atty for Plaintiff Commissioners Sale sf Land GAUKAKD CIRCUIT COUUT R K Swope Others PiaiULiQs VsEdna Swope Others Defendants Pursuant to a judgement of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered in the a bove styled cause at its November term 1910 the undersigned commiss ioner will on MONDAY DECEMBER 26th 1910 date being County Court Day twelve oclock noun and two p in at public outcry in front of the Court House door in Lancaster to tue highest and best bia Uer the following real property to wit This property is located in County Kentucky lat tract Begining at A on the plat of a large poplar tree corner to rB Bobiuson thence south 81 W 1154 chains to K a stone corner to Duun and Gaines thence N 14 W 11 cuains to C A Stone in the lane at the U E cur ner of the yard corner to Dunn and Gaines thence down the lane N 75 E 1520 chains to a stone D at the mou n of the lane thence north 425 W 1856 chains crossing to E a stone 8 lengths W of walnut pointer tneuce N 18J W 451 chains crossing the branch 10 F a double sugar tree thence N 36 W 18 40 chains a sfme G one pole N W of an old oak stump thence S 982 chains to a stake H hp tween two large oaks thence Si E 27 99 chains to 1 on the west side uf an uak stump in the bend of a lane corner to H A Hudson thence his H E 1241 cbaines to a stone I in a sink corner to same thence N E 23 35 chains to K a stone corner to L H Hudson thence his line s8i W 75 chains to L an old hickory stump thence N E 867 chains to the south sine of a large sugar trey corner to T B Robinson thence his line N I W 18 81 chains to the beginning containing 128 acres 1 rood and 24 pules 2d tract Beginning at a stone at the mouth of a lane near Scott s Branch thence up the lane with the center of 75 W 60T 81 chains to the N E coruer of B M Swopps yard thence with Swopes line 814 E 44 40 poles to a stake corner to B F Patten hence a new line N 2 E68 16 pulls to the beginning containing 17 acres 3 roods and 1056 3d trac Beginning at tbe N W corner of a spring in the edge of a pond and running 8 117 poles to Scott Branch thence up the same with its meanders S 86 E 16 poles S 50 E 36 poles N 77 poles N 57 E 20 poles S 60t E 23 poles to 2 elms on the S iile of said creek thence N 5 W 13 poles to a cherry stump near a red oak thence N 2 W 108 50 poles to a stump thence W 101 poles V the beginning containing 78 acres 3 roods and 11 poles 4th tract Beginning at a point where 3 elms once stood in Scntts or Swopes Branch thence E 102 poles to a white oak and dogwood thence S 70 W 27 poles to a stake road to Bryantsville thence N 2 E 117 poles to a stone in the center of Scotts Branch near a white oak stump on the opposite side thence up the branch S 80 E 26 poles to the beginn ing containing 18 acres rood and 9 poles 5th tract Beginning at a stake 10 feet S of a fence and at a white oak tree in a road on Rogers line W 72 E 14 poles corner to white and black oak pointer thence N 2 W 116 poles to a white oak on Scnttg Rrancb thence down same S 56 W 16 polo ton KtftUe Rcntts Branch Mrs Mar B Burnable thence a line with her 2 poles to d I lIr- E 24 Octo Joe E his the S 84 881 M at same S 34 861 S3 In the nn EWi it West and virled S between set Ken- tucKy brancu2 E hickory about thence new y- the beginning containing 9 acres 2 roods and 24 pules These live tracts of land will be sold as a whole 1EGMS The said sale will be made on a cred it of six and twelve months and the purchaser wjll be required to give hand with approved security hearing six per cent interest from date of sale with a lien rctahmd on the lund 10 se cure of the purchase mu nev s id hum to have the force and effect of a judgement upon which ex ecution may issue if not paid at R H BATSON M C G C C December 5th 1010 R H Tomlinsnn Attv for Plaintiff Farm and Stock Mr W B Burton shipped a load of mules to Atlanta last week They haven t been sold as Mr R H Price of Anderson county S C bought a load or horses and mules from Mr W B Burton average per head 17500 im il Exposition demon strated of the horse in national trie and in the develop ment of the cmtn rcial resources of the Chas C Loomis of St Matthews Ky won first prize on wild Mallard ducks at the Kansas City show They were hatched from eggs laid by a wild duck he wounded and domesticated W L Lawson bought hogs from Joe Pollard at T 12 cents and sold them as merit hys selling two to Hen 12 cents and three to J W Walker at Paint Lick for 8 cents per pound Dont forget the young stock now going into winter quarters They need generous muscle forming food and shelter from extreme cold weath er Much depends on the treatment given in early winter as to thtir out come The Pence Bnthers of this County sold 56 head of cattle to Smith Joh nson of Danville 32 head sold at 5 cents twenty three head brought 41 2 cents average weight 1070 pounds They also sold four hugs to David at G 14 cents Knowledge which comes from is the best capital a poultry keeper can have Money is a big help of course but any one who starts into the business yn a big scale v it h plenty money and no experience is quite like ly to meet with failure No motive power has yet been in vented that can supersede the horse in general utility service in agricultu re and national enterprises The hor se is out only increasing in production but advancing in value as his earning ability in the industries increases Roosts for heavy fowls should be wide out the small breeds will be sat istied with a round pole or a piece of scantling rounded on the edges The large breeds prefer to have a support for the breast as it tires them to hold the weight of the body entirely on the legs It augurs well for the live stock in dustry and national agriculture when the captains of finance and men of na tonal affairs pay 5000 to 10000 for the champion draft stallions of the International Exposition It inspires breeders with confidence in the future of the commercial horse One man should be able to take care of a thousand hens The argument against poultry farms carrying tire to ten thousand hens has been that so many could not be properly taken care of If one man can take care of a thousand hens why not divide a ten thousand hen pant into ten units or separate farms each under the super vision of successful pi ultryman Many farmers say that t his has been the best fall for gathering corn in years the dry cool weather b big the ideal weather for it Some splendid yields Live been reported from 60 ro 80 bushels per acre but taking whole the yield is 27 bushels per J x I I the et The Interrt the Sutton at j Rankin experience Life Stock industry a th pay incht maturity supremacy iud country ten State a acre In some sections of tbe State the crop was very shore but in this county we have no kick coming except as to the price It has been selling at from 200 to 82 50 per Bbl When Sick Women sufferingfrom backache pain Inside or nervousness orany other molting from female trouble should and use it regularly Cardul has been found by thousands of ladles to relieve female by restoring to health the weak womanly organs ailment getCardui weakness headache I Take =CARDUI I Mrs F S Marietta Calif tried Careful and writes I dont think anyone can recommend a medicine more highly than I can Carduu I had a mishap followed by In flammation 1 positively be lieve I would have died had it not been for Cardui When I began taking it I could not stand on my feet After two bottles I was cured and I now weigh 165 pounds Try Cardui itwill helpyou Sold everywhere Fine New Automobile Tires chead not trust made goods Save you 50 per cent on tire cost Any style bead 28x2S12 60 30x3413 75 30x3 12 81780 32x3 1218 90 34x3 12SI9 60 30x4421 70 31x4 22 00 32x44390 34x425 80 34x4 1593170 Dunlops 15 per cent additional Tubes 15 per cent less than standard prices No shoddy goods Prompt shipments C 0 D allowing examination 5 per cent for cash with order GEYER SALES CO Dayton Ohio LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Dec 14 Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipt 535 4471 4 7 Shipment 27 Ml 221 CATTLE Shipper f Batcher ataera extra Good to choice Common to fair Heifers extra Good to choice Common to Cows extra Good to choice Common to fair Canners Bulls balogna Extra CALVES Common and large 500000 4 5 4 to S251 25 5 10 5 25 4 35 5 00 2 504 25 4 604 75 4 oo4 5o 2 25 3 75 5 25s 50 37rx475 4 4W2 30 4 25 4 75 9 OC0 00 750 875 s SO 750 HOGS good paofcer and butchers 7 50 7 55 Mixed 1 40 7 50 Stags 475625 Common to boiee bear fat sows OC 7 25 Light shipper 7 35 7 50 Pigs 110 lb and lest 5 50 7 CO SHEEP extra 3 75 000 Good to choice 3 253 45 Common to fair 200300 LAY 3 XU 00 000 Good tocnole 5 so 5 90 Common to fair 4 25 525 AND CURE THE LUNGS Mils tak- Ing I discount I I Fllt bun extra I pak rt I E45 4 sod 4 G fair Fats to good Tiles COUCH WITH New Discoreryl Dr lings c l1li F PRICE AND ALL OM JOJlKr uuED R R MCRoberts Dru Store TNOATAND Lt1NGTMYDL- ESe7ARAN ZsDSATZSFACros 1 CITY TAXES AT ONCE The penalty goes on January 1st 1911 I have to settle in full with the city at the first Council Meeting in January both for the Taxes and Water Bills Save the penalty and pay at once L E HerronCity Tax and Water Collector ELY c F Your t Who Is Who to get the next Xmas Hair Cut at the best shop in town Always at your service HENRY DUNCANS BABBCR SHOP ox RICHMOND STREET Jersey Bull Ueni Simpson 0142 Season 1910 J W H J County Surveyor PHONE SS9J Office over F G Hurt s furniture store Lancaster Kentucky W T A nctioneeiLOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references 11 11 au ILL 1 I CARDS I 111 It SWEENEY TIN LY KING i 1 B W Morrow GraduateOptieia Glasses Fitted Satisfaction Guaranteed t M K Denny DENTIST Office over ViM Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK DentistAll Work Guaranteed Lick KentuckyPaintIMStf DR Wm BURNETT PhysRan and Surgeon Offiice over Logans store Residence Phone 75 Office Phone 6 Cut Flowers QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swioebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physkai art Surfer Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Share The Mr Twt Itte ers h T w See the tall sign North side of Public Square M HOUSE J E Robinson LAWYER MI cum mam Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Omce over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Mens Garments 5boe Repairing Phone 340 Public Square Second hand clothes sold commission b W Faulkner JHgr Once Boars Office over 8 A ra to 12 1pm to 4 Storraes Drug Store Phone 65 DENTIST Lancaster Ky I have just opened up a new cleat Barber Shop oa Lexington street next tothepost office slid will be glad to have my friends to tail aad see me Clean Tosis Sfcarp Razors Close Attends JOHN DUNCAN i oat B F r 5 USuSuIuiuIuuuueuIuuuuuusse- sI i ALTER i g k Yr y S tom