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THE CENTRAL RECORDPURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Land ofNine TWBBTT FIRST YEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 23 I91O NUMBER 37 yucI v 11r su The fAow PLUMBING HOT WflTER AND iiriTiiiP HUH 111 Ui Let us make you prices can save you some money TIN HOOfiNG We are head quarters for Galvanized roofing can f furnish on short notice i Lancaster Ky STEAM CONN BROTilERS I M Every customer buys worth of goods JVc Wards Saturday will be given a nice 35c calender II Read This Please call at the Record office and pay your subscription or mail check We are in need of money to meet our bills A Merry Xmas Ed C Gaines the bustling Insurance i man will and every one of his many policy holders a mentary big show at Pat tenons theater Dec 23 and 24 call on him for same j Ckaige In Registered Mail Matter Registered mail can now be deliver fc ed to any responsible person to whom the addressee ordinary mail I arily delivered unless sender has re strict ed it otherwise also Return re I ceips for registered mail shall be fur nished only when the sender shall make request thereon by endorse ment upon the article that reciept is wanted W T West P M I Resip t Ate the services of Richard A Bal 5 linger as secretary of tbe interior de pirtment worth the price the Taft administration is paying in keeping J him in cnke This is a question that many Republicans are considering Dept the vindication of Mr Bal ling by a partisan majority of the Congressional investigating commit tee the fact remains that the evi deuce discredited him as a public Eeri the Republicans feel that h has 1ist the confidence of tbe peo pre and that his resignation would lifr a load from the Taft administra The Real Geed Of the three hundred and sixtyfive days in one year in no one of them is sn much happiness concentrated as in that of Parents and guar dians are made happy by the expendi LUre of labor and money to please tbe young and the refining influence of these acts on their own natures are of more value to them than thrice the amount of gold and silver they have xptMidcd in procuring them Who is t h man or woman of fif v or sixty who Wont song beck over these vanished and recall with pleasing associa jolts some token in his or her fun some kind friend on Christmas JSi it be now and from genera tiun to generation The real good and Uie extended influence of these gifts o tha voung we may not presume to in iisun1 In a refining sense they are inure durable and far exceed their in silver and gold I ho 100 i 3 3 ach tick to i g I is custom I II I Ballinger a I I r I i I I l tion f Christmas I i ears you ii i I corn ph Iii Sbouli 3 i r i servant t price 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 Mats il ATe 0 S T I t j Shoes c LOGAN Cluig In Business Mr S N Davis of Clark county hi purchaser the stock of general formerly belonging to Mr D Powell We are glad to welcom Mr Davis into town and glad t state that Mr Powell will not us Histffflg Fire Mr Guy Davidson has purchase from Will Walker his interest In grocery and meat market adjoinin the National Bank The place is own ed now by Mr Davidson and Mr Ale Walker and the former will have char ge of the business Both these gentlemen are men of tb highest type and have many friend in the town county It goes saying that they will enjoy a goo trade Progressives Disappointed When President Taft was who be would appoint to the Sup reme bench he gave the progressive Republicans a list of men and asked them to investigate their records decide what their attitude would if he should nominate them Thi the progressives did favor of some and against other Imagine their surprise when the President an nounced his selection and it was found that neither of the men appointed were Included in any list which been submitted to them liqior As Baggage The Kentucky Court of Appeals in the case of the Common weaitn vs Southern Railway that i the Railway Company carries into a local option district as and without receiving any pay other than the price of a passengers ticket no indictment can be returned under the statute for shipping whisky into local option territory This statue is not much benefit for anyone can order liquor Cincinnati and have it in a few days What we need is a law of some kind prohibit shipping from one state Into another Will some wise Judgn please find a way to get this law passed Learn To Read The good people who live near TTul hie have started a sclup 1 f r people who are over twenty one years of vv and cannot read nor write The is composed of eighteen people the ages of tweenty four fifty seven They have only been lug class for a few weeks each night but already many of them can read short sentences This work was ed by Dr E H Pierce who deserves much credit for his faithful work mong the peopleTlf t1ii county Similar schools should be started in every county This could be done easily if only we can get the people in terested It is very little trouble to the people of Hubble for the work is divided among several of the good members of the church so that they can take time about in teaching tbe classes Drys Victorious The drys won a victory when the of Appeals the jud of tbe Jessamine Circuit Court the case of F P Taylor et al J M Betts et al and held that the local option election in that county was invalid The opinion was written Commissioner Clay The wets won in a local option held in Jessamine county last spring by a majority of thirtvfive and the drys contested the election in the ground that the special was not held five days prior to election as provided by law but than five days before tbe election Tbe drvs also alleged that the offlic in two of the voting precincts told voters that it would not be nec cessary to show their registration and the Appellate Court in deciding that point that in order a vote to be valid and counted the registration certificate must be shov n the vote was cast The Court in conclusion The failure of the County Judge to of the special a day not less than five days prior the local option election makes the election void Record Breaker RH Dun in Duns Review says The year now drawing to a close will he notable for its harvest the money value of its farm products being com puted at close to 9000000000 a figure This fact forms the best possible basis for industrial advanced next year While for several months the volumeof production and distribu tion has been below the normal there be no widespread stagnation while the farms of the country continue to yield so bountifully as they have the past eleven months More over the government report issued this week shows that the winter wheatlarea sown this tall is the largest on record and that weather condl tions have improved since the report was gathered There is however lit tIe change in financial and business sentiment which remains conservat cautious The holiday trade is nevertheless opening up well and certain important centers of the lob bmg trade in staple merchandise is also Improving The cold weather has been beneficial to most merchants and the heavy tall a snow is most seasonr able I C leave the without and he reporting had decided whisky from to a elas and hill Court reversed ment In agaIn- st by votes the less ers the aid for says fix the day regIstration- on to can lye and merchandise our and considering batz age anyway between start r election registration certificates before record during s o x d CHURCH NOTES Regularservices Sunday at the Pres by terian Church Xmas tree at seyei oclock Saturday evening No services at Methodist Church Sunday as it is the pastors Sunday a Hubble The children of the Sunda School will each receive a present The people of the Baptist Church will have a Xmas tree Saturday after noon at oclock every one requested to be present Regular sei vices at church Sunday Regular services Sunday at Church Xmas tree Saturday af ternoon at four p m also the church will give a reception Wednesday even ing at eight oclock in honor of of the members who will soon Lancaster Tobacco Growers About six hundred representative tobacco growers from practically every county in the belt of Kentucky assembled in Lexington Monday to discuss the tobacco situation A com mittee was appointed to draw a prac tical plan for action and after a of over three hours agreed upon the following report Your committee appointed to devise ways and means of pool iug the White Burley tobacco in such counties in Kentucky Ohio Indiana Missouri and West Virginia as can and do raise White Burley tobacco respectfully re port as follows we recommend the pool ing of the 1911 crop and in the same contract cut out the 1912 crop that all counties in the Burley district are requested to send delegates to on the 5th day of Januarv 1911to devise ways and means to bring about endFor the purpose of strengthening the 1911 pool we also recommend to the addition of the 1911 pool any other unsold tobacco on hand Second We favor county organiza tion and home rule Third We favor a reasonable per cent contract favor a seperate orga nization and recommend cooperation with sinilar tobacco organizations Fifth vVe recommend that June W Jude ii P Hill and II M Furniau be appointed a committee u tike up question of tiruamzattoi and confer with other similar orgnniz ation and at the uaeeiiug on January 01 ii 1911 Holiday Greetings My the tune soon come when ail Im uf earth whatever their boundaries and whatever their forms of government can be included under the peat ef jland frieudly title of The United States of Christendom Oliver Wendell Holmes The United St tes the greatest op ever offered to man Each citizen should urge himself and the nations onward in intelligence indus try honor and benevolence David Swing A word of Godspeed and good cheer ro all on earth or far or near Or friend or foe or thine or mine In echo of the voice Divine Heard when the star bloomed forth and lit Tne worlds face with Gods smile on it James Whitcomb Riley It is my heartwarm and world Christmas hope and that all of us the high the low the rich the poor the admired the despired the loved the hated the civilized the savage may eventually be gathered together in a heaven of everlasting rest and peace and bliss except the telephone Mark Twain 0 r Christmas Tree 0 our so bright and green awaits Old Santa Claus And the chim ney place all swept and clean gapes its ponderous jaws The little stockings are all hung up and babys just makes Wont old Santa Claus be surprise ed when he finds there is one more Theres an elegant place up in tbe tree to hang Johnneys gun a place for May and one for Kate to leave their dolls upon But for little baby blue eyes a lower branch be must choose where she may reach and find the place hes hung ber first new shoes Turn down the light a now so Old Santa Claus can see And baby and all must go to bed and be as good as can be and tomorrow morn get up early after a long nights sleep and come j softly down to the Xmas v tree Who will get the first peep I 5 the Christian some leave burley session FirstThat FourthWe the portunity embracing inventor or the Christmas wide awl little andsee f l I Lexington Gayle report nazi rus aspiration fours TOYS TOYS 1 XmasAND 8 Everything you want to t- iI suit everybody i HASELDEN BROS TOYS TOYS jY f zvl tZoyZ r1f4i1 WPjI II e i I i I I j B SII 8 g I I lfl SCe2 w HOLIDAY GOODS The Old Hickory Wagon with the late improvements is the Strongest and Lightest Running Wagon made See me before you buy j W J ROMANS Lancaster Kentucky Useful Christmas PRE SENTSA set of Rogers Silverware Rogers 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 Ferc 3 28cts from now 1st MIV 1 II I I I I I I I I a until January FURS JOHN WHITE CO VVVVVVV AND HIDESHIGHEST MARKET PUKE PAW Flit RAW FURS AN HIDES JriII list this weel w CIi tiS Wie 1tK ieaBeetg aL LQUISVfUEIOr LtNLLt38iT h CENTRAL RECORD DICORPORATED ISSUED WEEKLY fL 0 A YEAR GREEN CLAY WALKER Eltor in LaneaOer Cyei Mail Matter Mmfcr Ky Press Association Elflhth District Publishers Ls u Lancaster Ky December 23 1 1O F r Pelltleal AniMnncsmsnts For Precinct and City Offices 500 For County Omces 1000 For State and District Omces 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line For all publications in the inter est of individuals expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 ANNOUNCEMENTS For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce Hon diaries A Hardin a candidate for Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial Dis trict at the November election 1911 subject to the action of Democrat ic party On account of our regular press day being so near Xmas this year we are publishing our paper one day sooner so that our overworked employees may have time to prepare to enjoy the most blessed season f the year Although Xmas is one of the feasts if the protestant Catholic and Greek Churches nobody know anything definate about its oiiain or who first celebrated it or when or where or how Nobody even knows where the first Xmas tree came from and worst of nobody knows whe ther December 25tb is really the cor ect anniversary of Ciilists birth or not This is partly owing to the fact that the earlier Christians looked the celebrations of birthdays even our Lords as heathenish but we find now that Xmas is celebrated mostly i throughout the world of course the celebrations varying to some extent but ordinarily there is the same air of I mystery and expectancy and secrecy tnar prevails with us and the homes are decorated with holly and Mistle Amid all the planning and for the Xmas season is it nut well to stop and tit ousselvea how we can really enjoy ourselves most It is on ly natural to plan for the happiness of those who are near and dear to us and to look forward to personal pleasures but my dear readers if we can bring into some lonely desolate a ray of Sunshine at this glad Xmas time if we can keep some childish heart from feeling forgotten and neglected and this Id world seem a little brighter to V ore unfortunate then indeed via is prove a happy Yuletide for us And with this thought in mind the editor wishes each and every one A Merry Xmas and a hippy New Year 1st Wfl Be linn The trial by jury in both criminal and civil matters comes to us from an ci en t custom However the method of selecting those who act as such is often changed and is not the same in every state The circuit Judge is by law to appoint at the No ember Term three intelligent mad discreet housekeepers over twenty one years old residing indifferent portions of the county to serve as J ury The Commissioners are di rected to repair to a room with no one present except the three with the last assessors book before them and from the list found thereon select two hundred names of intelligent sober discrettand impartial housekeepers over twenty one years old residing in different portions of the county and write those names upon slips of paper and enclose them in small cases These two hundred cases with the names are then placed in a revolving drum wheel and thoroughly mixed The Commis sioners then take from the wheel twen the small cases and the slips are taken out and the names written on a list which is enclosed in an envelope from which twenty names the twelve grand jurors are selected for the next term of the court After obtaining the list for the grand jury the wheel is again revolved by the commissioners and the contents thoroughly mixed and then thirty of the small cases are taken out and the names contained therein are placed on a list and sealed in an envelope from which the twenty tour petit jurors are selected at the next term uf the court These envel opes containing the list of grand and petit jurors are delivered to the cit cuit clerk who places the list in the bands of the sbei iff who at the proper time sunnons the parties to appear oo the firstday of the next term of the coort to do jury service At the Match and June tests of tbe Circuit Court the Judge in open court takes out the aate for the Grand and Petit juries at the No Our jurors for the next twelve oaths will be those whose asses were placed in the wheel at the receat term of tears the citizen patterning the le gal is called upon to do jury service it is bw duty to act Not that tfce per dieB fixed by law ermtM him for bis iIMC bat tote HcatlM oefety wMcb protect feU rife liberty property r lit Ike Pat Gylce c and 10 be Jerry as all upon toe life directed tyof six did UIe COBllolIslo ember terse When qualification ObI i y lr- Jlaie ed F Clan 1 lta1N 7 greatest decorating Commissioners A Pie Ii sad t r r x suits of happiness is of sufficient mo ment to warrant ianetflectiiijf his pri vate affaire for the brief time required Many of our most active business men evade jury service and in djing so lower the average intelligence and qualification of those who generally constitute the juries By reason of the numerous transaction those most actively engaged in business bav the more litigation It is strikingly im portant to them that all controversies embracing both civil and criminal matters be fairly and correctly settled and this can be had only by having honest experienced and intelligent men pass upon the controversies We therefore urge all men who are sum mond for jury service to act unless tbe reason for evading is well founded Yes Christmas is drawing very near Then let us with one hand tenderly cling to the old year while we stretch forth the other to greet tbe new To some it has been a year of one of adversity and sorrow As we look back over past events we cannot fail to note tbe absence of many that were with us a year ago But now they are gone been called home to return no more This time last vear they planning a sur prise for some one near and dear tc them in the way of a Christmas prep ent that would cause them to be re membered as the years roll on tbe joyous Chri tm K time The Hcpkiusville Kentuckian save the California Slat Board of Healtl has figured out that the average cos of raising a chid to the age of 20 i 1153 and thit its average commer clal value is 4 000 According to this calculation every child is raised at ai average net loss of 150 The same wise calculators have also figured out that the average citizen of the United States is worth commercially 2900 Of course there are different grader some being worth as low as 30cents a d z n fograMM rf Meet L P A Louisville K December 2829 A New Form ofCash Book Samuel Judson Roberts Lexington Leader Your Home PaperMrs Ella Hut chisnii E lwanger Frankfort Kentucky State UniversityChief Justice Henry S Barker of the Court of Appea s The next General AssemblyCol Green R Keller Caslisle Mercury Tax RevlsiouAutber Y Ford LouisvilleTurning Over a New Leaf Minna duke B Morion managing ditor Nashville Fenn Banner Burled TreasuieProf CT Nor wood Lexington Director Kentucky Geological Survey What is NewsJobn J Berry Pa ducah NewsDemocrat TriOulationsR Westover Wil liamstown Courier Business BuildingRound Table Conducted by M F Coutley Louisa NewsLooking for the Profits G Cun ningham Middlesboro Record Elevating the SraridardWa11act Brown Bardstnwn Standard A One man OfficeClarence Sterr ett Hawesville Clarion CooperationRiund Table Con dueled byT Harrodsburg RepublicanThe Department Ben B Cozine Shelcyville News Rural Schools in Kentucky B McFerran Louisville illiteracy in Kentucky the Real Status of tbe Quest ionM OSullivan Sentinel The entertainment features are in tile bands of tbe Louisville Convention and Publicity League and include a theater party for tbe editors and theii ladies In the days of Daniel Boone and Davy Crockett and Kit Carton travel to and through the South was eihei on foot or horseback and fell of hard ships But today one may leave any city and in a day or tw traveling in perfect comfort under care suflli lent for even the most deli cate iivalid be set down in a part of the country which will make him bis eyes and believe that winter never comesThe North Winters Heart is Cold 1h Southlands Heart is Warm And in her fond and true embrace We find a host of joys untold We find an ever present charm Where Winter place Winter weans to the Northland ice snow sleet and chill cold and di com fort to tbe Southland blue and bii liaut skies genial airs and balmy sun shine the unrestricted pleasures of outdoor life scenery that never fails to enchant foliage of perennial green and flowers in perpetual bloom The abundant and delightful outdoor life of tbe Southern winter is charm and no attractive feature has been overlooked or forgotten Golf may be played on the finest links in tbe country tennis on clay courts kept in the pink of perfection surf bathing in water at a temperature of severity degrees and above riding motoring over picturesque roads through tropi cal scenery and on the bard sand beach yachting rowing and fishing at sea and in land locked waters chair wheeling and bicycling on palmlined promenades and through tropical jung les The finest climate in the world every a June day full of sunshine For tbe hunter tbe South provides practically every feathered and furred creature from quail and squirrels to wild turkey and deer and for tbe fish erman a bewildering variety of game flab from the rainbow bued trout to tbe Majestic Tarpon Tbe Queen Crescent Route has it possible for the wiitertraveler from tbe Noith to revel ia luxurious palaces on I prosperity- to ostlers bring- Ing water SandersOrr Shelbyville WNierfil Ingress Northern hasno its chietesl day ade were Kentucky J rut wheels which speed like the wind through regions of beauty and bloom The man thriving cities attractive resorts and historic points along the route make It doubly Interesting With the superb express trains ele3t ric lighted and equipped with the types of Pullman drawingroom stateroom club library and observa tion sleeping cars it is little wonder that so many tourists in the Northern and middle States visit the South by this great rail system This road operates the finest trains in the United States between Cincinnati Ohio and Jacksonville Florida and New Louisiana and low round trip winter tourist rates are being made from all points along the line Christmas Eve In Rural England It was a brilliant moonlight night but extremely cold Our chaise whirled rapidly over the frozen ground The postboy smacked hIs whip incessantly and a part of the time his horses were on a gallop He knows where be is going said my companion laughing and is eager to arrive in time for some of the merriment and good cheer of the servants ball My father is a devotee of the old school and prides himself on keeping up something of old English hospitality He was al ways scrupulous in exacting our holi days and having us around him on family festivals It was the policy of the good old gentleman to make his children feel that home was the hap piest place in the world and I value this delicious home feeling as one of the choicest gifts a parent can bestow The squire ushered us at once to the company which was assembled in a large old fashioned hall It was of different branches of a family connection They were variously occupied and a profusion of wooden horses penny trumpets and tattered dolls about the floor showed traces of a little troop of fairy beings that had frolicked through a happy dayWhile the mutual greetings were on between Bracebridge and his relatives I had time to scan the apart ment The grate had been removed say Orleans composed numerous going latest THE DANCE WAS A MERRY ONE from the wide overhanging fireplace to make way for a fire of wood in the midst of which was an enormous log glowing and blazing and sending forth a vast volume of light and beat This I understood was the Yule log which the squire was particular in having brought in and illumined on Christmas eve according to ancient custom It was really delightful to see the old squire seated in his hereditary elbow chair by the hospitable fireside of his ancestors and looking around him like the sun of a system beaming warmth and gladness to every heart Even the very dog that lay stretched at his feet as he lazily shifted his position and yawned would look fondly up in bis masters face wag his tail against the floor and stretch himself again to sleep sure of kindness and protection Supper was announced shortly after our arrival It was served up in a spacious oaken chamber the panels of which shone with wax and around which were several family portraits decorated with holly and ivy Besides the accustomed lights two great wax tapers called Christmas candles wreathed with greens were placed on a highly polished buffet among the family plate The table was spread with substantial fare but the squire made his supper of frumenty a dish made of wheat cakes boiled in milk with rich spices being a standing dish in old times for Christ mas eve I was happy to find my old friend minced pie in the retinue of the feast The supper bad disposed every one to gayety and an old harper was sum moned from the servants ball The dance like most dances after was a merry one Some of the older folk joined in it and the squire himself figured down several couples with a partner with whom he affirmed he bad danced at every Christmas for nearly half a century The party broke up for the night with the kind hearted old custom of shaking bands As I passed through the hall on tbe way to my chamber the dying embers of the Yule log still sent forth a dusky glow and bad it not been the season when no spirit dares stir abroad 1 should have been half tempted to steal from my room at midnight and peep whether tbe fai ries might not be at their revels about the hearth- I had scarcely got into bed when a strain of music seemed to break forth in the air just below the window I listened and found it proceeded from a band which I concluded to be the waits from some neighboring village I drew aside the curtains to hear them more distinctly The moonbeams fell through the upper part of the partially lighting up the anti quated apartment The sounds as they receded became more soft and aerial and seemed to accord with quiet and moonlight I listened and listened They became more and tender and remote and as they died away my head sank upon the pillow and I fell ington Irving Mound City Paints nay cost a trifle more bull C C 3 E Stormes supper gradually asleepWash I u abundantly a casement more i A Christmas Doll Wedding We are to have a wedding Our mothers planned it all You are to be my little wife And I your husband talL I love your pretty eyes of brown My own are dark and blue But as theyre only glass my dear Theyll see no faults In you My china lips they long to kiss All your dull cares away Sat I must wait for three long weeks Until our wedding day However time will pass sweet maid And then well never part I swear to love you all my life With my true wooden heart Your own REGINALD Dec 3 1910 Such was the love letter written by Reginald Graham of New York a beau tiful doll twenty inches tall light hair blue eyes with long dark lashes to his ladylove Miss Alice Winchester a brown eyed doll beauty of Boston The fact is that a marriage had been arranged between these two dollies by their little mammas and several grown up aunties to take place at Christmas time at the home of the doll bride But making the clothes Grandmas cousins and aunties spent days using their nimble fingers to fashion the tiny manly garments as no little girl could possibly do the difficult sewing It was decided that a black broad cloth suit must be made but as a full dress evening coat could be used only for formal occasions a tuxedo or din ner coat was finally agreed upon as of more service All the time we have been telling about the bridegroom dear little Alice has been so busy having a long white satin wedding dress made a real lace veil and the daintiest kind of lace trim med underwear- A traveling gown of cloth an au tomobile coat of champagne color a white bat with feathers and flowers all have been prepared for the going away costume A procession of twenty little girls with their dollies follows Reginald and Alice who march into the draw ing room to the music of a wedding march played on the piano then into the dining room where the dollies sit at a table that has been arranged for them with a tiny wedding cake deco rating the center Then comes the wedding tour around the garden and then the newly married pair go to housekeeping in a big closet that has been furnished for them with all the latest conveniences It was really the most brilliant mar riage that was ever made in Toy land and Is the true story of a dear little brown eyed girls Christmas presentA many dollie guests were in vited from Mother Goose Land and among those most noticed were Jack Be Nimble Jack Be Quick He was the first one there Then came little Goldie Locks Who ran away from the bear Bright Miss Nancy Etticoat Used to standing long Shone beside Tom Tucker Who sang the supper song Mistress Mary Quite Contrary Brought from her garden fair Several maidens all in a row With pretty curling hair Bobby Shafto from oer the sea Was in a happy mood 1 saw him gazing bashfully- At dear Red Riding Hood Little Miss Muffet had left her tuffet And surprised us all oh my By going to a corner with little Jack Horner And sharing his Christmas pie Shy Bopeep without her sheep Many sweet glances won And there without his little pig Was Tom the Pipers Son Marjorie Daw and big Tom Stout Attracted much attention And many more whose names I havent room to mention It was a wedding so very grand All In the month of December With the very Four Hundred of Toy land there As many will long After Christmas Said the Christmas tree by the old back fence To the one just over the way It seems to me it is hard to be Out here In the cold today Last week 1 stood in a brilliant room With children dancing by And beautiful candles warmed me through Said the other tree So did L Said the Christmas tree by the old back fence To the one just over the way Ml wish out there on the mountain side They only had let me stay My roots were strong 1 was warm and green While the merry snow flew by But now 1 am trembling old and weak Said the other tree So am L Said the Christmas tree by the old back fence To the one just over the way A little boy threw a rock at me As he passed along today And last week up by a beautiful doll A sled was hanging high For that bad little boy Im tired to death Said the other tree So am L Said the Christmas tree by the old back fence To the one just over the way A little girl that 1 gave a ring Came by and 1 heard her say You ugly old tree who cares for you And she made up a face so wry I wouldnt believe folks could so forget Said the other tree Nor would 1 Said the Christmas tree by the old back fence To the one just over the way Its hard to die so far from home But 1 guess weve had our day And the children maybe in years to come win think of us with a sigh And the joy it gave 1 am reconciled Said the other tree So am 1 May R McNabb In Pittsburg Dispatch Great Democrats throughout KentucKY are showing great interest in the meet ing of the State executive committee called for Thursday Chairman Prew itt has stated that the meeting has not been called for the purpose of adopting a method for nominating candidates for State officers but ad vocates of a State convention and a Statewide primary will present their views to the committee The Pri mary plan is growing more popular every year I i I alas rememberJulian 00 being crest f The Place For If I Grapes Raisens i3t Nuts Coca Nuts- li Candies of 1 all rinds Peanut ButSi I Pimento I I Cheese f- i Cod Fish I3 I Olives j 1 Maraschino In Cherries ITJ I g 1 1 Pickle LIIJ We have 1- i the nicest ofm i T in town53 Our are right so 1- jS be sure and come in be 1 youbuy S We will pay the 3jj highest market price for produce M HENS 5cts Chickens Sets Geese 7 to Ticts Ducks lOcts Eggs 28 to 29 cents COAL 12itoI9c Red Ash Jellico Bennet Jellico 15cts Nut Coal 12ctsCannel Coal 19cts- fl B NORTHCOTT DEPOT STREET I I J I I tm 1 I r i k w a6611 10 111 ti IF t J 1 0 I Grape Fruit I Apples tl I I t rH I I I Jjl 1 3 j Ellchrid f Ine line IHand A I j prices Ii fore I Thea C urrey 12e t1 11ii11W xs 4 9 rreysr Oranges n Bananas iii r z 1 I ht s x a a f r t i r r N l Gets HYOtIEUtCfDIGNG riE ICures catarrh or back breathe itin Complete bottles 60c Druggists Just I OUt1 t inhaler1 when Women Point to the White Swan Floor as the best of all they know what they are a bout If there is one well it is flour n4P 1 f j t judgeS METAL SHINGLES Laid 20 years ago are as good as new today and have never needed repairs Think of it What other roofing will last as Ion end look as well Theyre fireproof stormproof and very easily laid They can be laid right over wood shingles if necessary without cre ating dirt or inconvenience For prices and other detailed information apply to James T Hill Agent or Cortright Metal Roofing Company Philadelphia Pa ij U w J WALKBK President J because of the superiority oi our bt m boards timbers etc Ask any builder if it pays to buy the best lumber His answer should make you our customer Lancaster Lumber Mg Iii III r Pi MfiI fiIMn li iri Cot vL BUY A 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 r Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills a ALEX WALKER Prop INSURED YOUR BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH WlillDUiOffice National Bank ofLancaster Phone 31 SELL YOUR TOBACCO We will pay highest market price at all times liver either at Paint Lick or Stanford W P KINCAID DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO Residence Phone 199 Stanford Kentucky 4N111A 11 tOBACCO- I LBEIAZLLEY l Jt i 3 h Des J S JOHIW0MViee ORGANIZED 188- 3Tijs CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Ol LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONEY Asst Pishr C D WALJCJCK Bookkeeper J 1 WALKER JR Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTOKS J S Johnson B F Hi dson J J Walker T M Ariiuld Alex Rihhs Lewi L Walker C A Arnold 1 P 1 i jiII 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 ll WHISTLE il I I I I y and let me Finish your for you I pictures John M McRobertsI I A f STOP EVERYTHING ELSE AND COME TO 1SEsa orniture Carpets Auction Mattings Pianos Etc ever held on top the face of the earth Would you rush for Sugar at Ic a pound Would you hesitate about going for fresh Bread at Ic a loaf Would you even dream of missing country Butter at Sets a pound People of Lancaster its just as marvelously important that you get to F G HURTS Friday and Hurts Motto for these last two amazing days Everything to be sold at any price that will sell it FUSSIiTllE Fil LESS THAN THE BARE LUMBER IS WORTH Carpets and Rugs for less than the ragman pays for rag carpet materials Therell be so little difference between sold and given away that your pocket book cant sea it a m glass Horse Wagon Harness and office fixtures for sale Push in with the crowds and dont be afraid to cry out Ill give 5 CO even if you know in your own heart 2500 would be dirt cheap Auction To riday and Saturday December 23rd and 24th Afternoon from 2 to 530 and Evenings 7 to 1030 sia STER KYJ C PROBST Americas formost Auctioneer J C PROBST 4 1 1f t1J1 0 tf n t t rri k i- it i 1 1 i k I l FmG Thrilling Sensational Of High Grad6 Rugs Amazing Final FRIDAY and SATURDAY Unique The Most Insane AUCTION Saturday with Be Held F G tirJB T LA I A U j I lJJj t m v tiJ y i wr v ac ETC TilE Most1c o gnrly r WALTON SQUIBS Lrxingt In his maiden speech Luf Young Iowa appointed hy the Giveinnr in the vacancy occasioned hv the death f United States Senator Dolliv r said that editor rule this rniintry Tliis may or may out lie true hut fe will deny if the excellence of the ru hag power also Sal I that we have entirely to much legislation and Coigress ough1 to adj mm for two years A Mr Young is an it wouln piv hum more Mine o edit iii paper while he drew 815 100 fnm th Go r ment fur doing nothing hit his sug gestion is out t be adoptrt It is better the farmers not t raise tohaccu than to raise it at a os We believe he only hy vlrcl tbev can be certain it will briny a fast profit through organ z it ion Whet er iri afer Hie f i ore of tin tffoit to pool the tobacco this year t organize another pool vie are ii rinut I and hope three will are m re fcuiili wnh and niotr disc i interested in it w 11 eve xp ssu n t their views through the column the Herald We would like pan icu larly to have the vis of wli did not j iln tilt p j l tn vhethr thtfv Ktiil adhere to their former upi ion that it is unwise to pt ii form au ogaiZ tmn of tae t inco gru were There is s il t he ai efF rr OUM Mr M H TlMtcher from the Gnve nursbip of the Z me in ord r to give place to one of the lnm ducks bin Jt is dollars to douuhnuts that l e will nut be disturbed Senator HIKT let lid him pptine l tad he i noted fur taking c ir of his friend Sav with him S iiM ir A Chicago ivoiti d nit for divorce beciusr her hul HiiiV e nographer looked at tutu Io tgingy 1 ivigly sweetiy ami inv iv Sole women sr in h ve no ipper anon of the e ru i fit es of the HVr uf eta k ep fr ui fascinating tie i itires A woman jury the first at Olvnipia Washington found a verdict in favor of a an fur da nidges in short artier f f bat fellow is not already an advo fc of Woman S fliaye ifiatturje one bound make him get busy in that direct r Ill never be without Dr King few Life Pills again write A Srh ingeck 647 Elm Buffalo N Y They cured me of chronic cunstpa thin when all other failed for Biliousness Jaundice iu Headache Chill vat D llltycatR E SOB In of bh r I hat a r far use hud the hutitI thee a alt v Canal I Itt IllS I Hw call Ii p Oi SIre St I I i IItr tar the true You a edit r while io dune like I t ro spun I the a lrrtt g 1s 1Niw Unequal Iii tkm Malari- YcBober r ONLY ONE EEST Lancaster Fceple Live Credit Vhen Credit is Due People of L nc t r who siifTr with tick kidneys and had backs want a k reme iv c n nu inutdenuuin flit hcsl i Doaus Kirtnii Fil s a Mieiicii e fur the Kid evs only nude from pure runts mil herlis and nilv one tiit is hiickid hy in juncisx r II res LincaMir testi Mrs B F Viltr Hill S Ltmas er Ivy sm l never fail to praise D wins Kidney 1iiK xvhen I have the oppro I have not linen oi li mit a uppiy of this fly in the masts for years and whenever mv hack oC tiie Jinie iid pfiolnl a few rio i s i L pnunpt relief KOI som Mnie I sff red fruit kidney tnurle Tile idney Mcretious vxeie nii a at ri jliltiPiti this 1 low that my idnavK were disordered At that f IJimTs Fiils and 1 iupply at F iioivs Sore riiron li their ue uw kM were sioied o i n i rn il cmdi i For sale hv all oealeis leis 50 tnts Co liff lo- Xexv Y rk se agen s fur the Uiitni ales KeuinihT the nainn Dnans and HKO no tier MA 31 N II B 1ie of LVafcersville wa VUJI friends here Phursriay- Mr R W Sander has a II Ie coir lee ion of CluistiiMs ji ud M J A Aruoll closed ills succss ful vhnol Friday at tats plans Mrs Polly Ann V he hr hoii ht Mr vi 1 Hovvlin a nice cox foi 5 M siers V T and Litre er huv reiunifd from Luxiimtou there Liiey di posed of the r crop of nhac Mrs Z P Jones tieiiled piv chni at y Oi Wriue day Dneiuhrr 14 h Jesse Si rlers and MihsAcJjsi I Lee drove o DatVille ud uiiiiid in holy hOld of WetUocK bride is a very pretty atia atiuicive young j brunette of near here The groom i a ppular and inustriuu vouny yen Meuian Their many friends her with h m mach liippincj s Kurt trust hai tutU iv s o ther may he our long sweej III dr am Etds Waters Treaties To mauv winter is a season of trou ble The frost bitten toes aunt ringers chapped hands and lips chilblains cold sires red and rouili skins prove this But such troubles fly before Buckletis Arnica SiLve A trial con Greatest healer of Burns Piles Cuts Sores Eczema and Only 25c at B E MoBoberts Son 1m I hat the cares I mon lit q teat tint Irum tm Iii lIar ey I Fu t r4 iI II Ill t I of Slid 1 I The I alB oils dI- ne t I itiws my gut d fur toe lad ey pt neared Di Iii l I i Bat I a I irks le tit pas f i NONEY BACK R E McRohsiis Son Guarantees Mio na To Surely Cure Indigestion and Stomach Sickness ss miaranteed to cure iw i stuns oranv stomach trouble or in iuy back It is not a makeshift rem ly but a stomach tonic and i tmhrier that taken regulnely will make the stomach strong and health It hubris up the nerves puts rich bloor in the vei is and stops headaches and nervousnessWhy reader of the Il cord hesieate to try this great stomach prescription when it doesnt COM a cent unlcs it cures In tree mimites it will banish after dinner distress nervousness gas eruc liti ions r heartburn Women who desire a lovely complex uri p irklinir eyes and perfect health should try MlONA stomach tablets Iliy cause the stomach to properly di rat fond keep the liver stomach and niuvRis ii order and furnish nutritious matter that makes pure lid red blond If vita any sickness caused by su in id such as sick headache ii i iiisnt ss constipation if plessiifs niiilttmare or nervous nss stomach tablets will surely brin you hack to health Sold by l E l c Robe 1 1 Son and Irnijgtvts vwhere and guaranteed to do jhist as advertised Free trial on r from Booths Mioua Buffa lo Mr Tease Casey made abuisnesstrip to Lexington last week Mrs Farris Ag e entertained a inimber of relatives Sunday Mister Bernie Fast slipped and fel recently and injured one of his eves Dr 1 W Jams of Rprea spent Thursday night with Mr W T M George Sebastian was in Lan eater on a matter of bush ness Mr Wilnrd sold his crop of tobacco which averaged 12 cents per poundMr Eisr been stricU en v ith paralysis is very much im provedMr Tom Etnmnns had a horse to fall and break his neck killing him instantly Mrs Otto Simpson has been the re cf nr guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Mark Bugle Ms Virna Sebastian was the charming vi itor of Agee q rte recently Miss Lizzie Mller has returned to l er home in Jessamine county after I HOXA i Ij Jo lIt clizz less lON ever N Y TEAnvILLE I recently Agee Q veil who Miss Texie I I l Central have nestI Casey spending sf dais with tier broil er Mr Lewis Miller MISS Mollie Hurt entertainer a f if her friends at an elegent jix ocloc inner Wednesday evening Miss Lucy Dailey and Lor tfurphey have been recent guest i i lisses Dona Mie and L mno East Mrs Lizie Est and daughti tertha and Stella have been recent visitors of Mr and Two boys age sixteen and seventeen y walking their way through here on their way South They ate the northern part of Ohio and report that their mother and father are both dead They are what one would call an object of pity God help and pity the orphans RHEUMATISM Cured By The Marvel Of The Century B B BTested For 30 Years Aching bones swollen j Mats cured through the blood with pure Botanical ingredients To prove it we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE If you have bone pains sciatica or shotting pains up and down the 1 g aching back or shoulder blades joints or swollen muscles fy in moving around so you have to me crutches blood thin or skin pals skin itches and burnt shifttn had breath him hang gout take Ho ttnic Blood Balm B B B which will remove every symptom because B B B sends a rich tingling flood of rich pure blood direct to the 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 doctors have t help or cure druggists by express 1 00 per large bottle with d rectlons for home cure Sample sent free by writing Blond Balm A lan la Ga Describeyour trouble and free medical advice given Sold by F P Fijsbie 1m Fruit and Shade Trees Everything For Orchard Lawn and Garden Write for free Catalogue No Agts HFHillenmeyer Sons Lexington Kentucky Miss lilt Tom Enwnns are from It en warmI I failed r I total Mrs permanently toll dill u p ins and e Christmas Plum Re BH friendly Chifl mildly Give good gifts Dont be grouty Lnye alt none Forget your troubles dear ones Make everybody happy Wish all a merry Christmas Tune up and he at your best Wind up the year as well as you eganDont spend the day so it 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Accurately and promptly The World long since established a record for im partiality and anybody can afford its Thriceaweek edi ion which comes every other day in the week ex cept Sunday It will be of particular value to you now The Thiiceaweek World also abounds in other stroi g fratures serial stoiies humor mat kets cartoons in fact 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 hate Rmpll1 her I don It the The Thricea Weel EditIOn of tic everything merry stalling someone a Saved Pros Awful DeaiL How an appalling calamity in his family was prevented Is told by A D McDonald of Fayetteville Cf C R F D No S 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 and so completely cured her that she has not been trou bled with a cough since Its the best medicine I ever sax or heard of For coughs cold lagrippe asthma crt up hemorrhageall bronchial trou bles has no equal oOc 100 Trial bottle free Guaranteed by R E Mc Roberts Son 1 m BAD BREAK Beautiful girl cried the Impulsive young man on the shadowy deck of the lake steamer Nonsense laughed the prettY maid Beauty is but skin deep Ah would that thou wert a Sir The lapping of the waves grew faint er It seemed as though he was on an iceberg so frigid were the surroundingsThat you know hippos skin fudge A hippos skin Is thick deucedly thick and if beauty Is skin deep and you had the skin of a hippo be that much more beautiful Do I make myself plain Miss Evangellne Yes sir you make yourself out to be the plainest dunce I ever saw I shall never speak to you again And the moon man wept A Ready Example She picked upon Tommy as the most likely to do her credit Tommys freckled knees showed through his trousers and because the managers were present Tommy sat with a hand on each knee Tommy said the teacher you please give Me the teacher was always polite when the managers were you please give me a sentence with the word toward initThen Tommy rose and in a attitude with a thumb oa each freckle answered Please teacher I toward trowsis Answers They Saw the Joke An inveterate punster of this city happened to be at a county fair lately in the art embroidery section he saw approaching a pair of whose froBt Barnes were Eliza and Ferd As they started te come In he barred the way This is no place for you he cries Go over to the plant department where they are im geed of Ferd EUza And then he led Just before the joke began to glister vyo Baltimore Amertcam j j trIed it J I sIt- ting meanwell whyeryoud r i I will graceful ay acquaintances S hippopotamus s present will whey the POSTEDThe fug 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 R Parsons W S Ferguson Ed N B Price E F Herring W A Price W S Embry S L Rich MrsP VV Kinnaird T A Dave Thompson J W Mrs Rebecca West E Daniels D B Anderson B C Arnold W G Anderson H C Hamilto L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn J G Conn- J G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr W Burnett c G Gay W K Leaven E Dunn El Sweeney- Z TRice Mrs E uia Jas Sutton J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY My Farm of 1 66 Acres Four and onehalf miles from Lancaster OD Sugar Creek pike Tobacco bam 120x40 feet For further particu lars write me N H BOGIE Lexington Kentucky fOR r f SALE Y 1- t Commissioners Sale sf Land GAUUAUD CIRCUIT COURT George T Himiiubothatn Guardian of Edna lierkeie Plaintiff VSAllie Duun Others Defendants Pursuant to u judgment of the Jar rdrd Chcuit curt reudered the above styled cause at its November term lyio the undersigned comm sinner will on MONDAY DECEVIBER26 1910 tins day being County Court flay be tween twelve oclock noun and two p m sell at public outcr in front of the Court House duo Lancaster Ky to the highest and best bidder the following real to wit One nundnd acres of land in Ga rard County Kentucky lying on tbe Danville Lancaster and Nicliolasvil turupiUe road about one niiie from tfyanthvilleand bounded asfullcwh BeKimiinK at a point ill the cenlei of pike a corner to Mrs Mary K Bcrkele and Mrs M M Steddtnan tin tv MleuCe t tits center of aid pike N Di E 501 ciia UN N 131 E 5U8 chillis K E 351 chains 3l i E U10 chains to i iIL in tie center of said pike a cor net to VVidiamBaUjjliinan row Moss hence line N 77i 1712 chains tu the center of an road curlier to William Bauuhman nut M on James Burnsides lire hence i ll BurtiMrleK line S 15J W fiit han stake thence 874 West Imins to a stake corner to Mi i Billiard thence S 2ii locust a corner tn Mr Herk le thence S 81 E chains to iheice N 5J E 925 chains tn a post t the corner of lot thence S 8fif E 14 15 t tile etiinniin Ct i i tr line hundred acres Tlis is the sam rac of land ar was conveyed to Jihn W Dunn b Min A parks by dee l ilMed 1901 and ncorded in tin Garrard untv Clerks Office in det hook 17 pat 419 and by will deviser to A ie Dunn Levy Dunn and Han nah Berk lehy Julio Dunn Said will promed on the 23 of Oco h r 1905 ind r mrded In the Garrarn Count wiiihnk page and hv deviser to Edna Berkele onelird undvided interest f Hannah B rkele said pr hatert l v hp Jrrard Countv Court on Mi Soli day of February 1907 and receded i willhunk Y pai e575 This sate is mad for the pnrpn e of dividing the nrorpeds amnnirst flU owners nf said hind acrnrdinir to their rpsn r iv mrlt and interest TER MR This alf will hp mane credit f ix unrl txv lv rn n h a u Jji pr will hp rpqi pd ivhrmd with npnrovprl sernritv pllr Il o n CP hpii jr cix permut tprp from rlat r r 4le a l n rp taivd m nsfijrp the pay th nii nQi money Dcrpmhp Jili 1910 Tt H Ritcon M C G C P Robinson for P Mini sff Commissioners Sale sf Land GAUUAUD CIRCUIT COURT R K Swopa Others Piaiiuffr- V Defendant t Pursuant to a judgement uf tile Gai jd Circuit Court in the a uve cvied cause at iu Noveinbe 1910 the undersigned comm s loner will on MONDAY DECEMBER 26th 1910 tweeii twelve o clock uuuu and Dttil 4L puunc uUicry in truui uf tht CuurL lluUse door lu Lancaster Ken tuctiy to tOe Highest and best bi dcr the lulluwing teal properly to wit Tins property i located iu Garraru Uuuiitv Kentucky lot Ue iniiij at A on the plutof a poplar tree curlier to KjUiusmi itienceaouLb 8li W 1154 chains to H aMone corner luDuuuanu Gaities theuce N 14 W 11 ciiaing LU C A Stone in the lane at tile N E coi tier uf the yaid corner tu Dunn ann Gaines thence down the lane N 75 E 1520 chains tu a stone D at lhe umu 1 of Lneldiie thence north 421 V 1856 chains crussinn to E n stone 8 lennhs walnut pointer tnence N 181 451 chains crossing tis branch 10 F a doub e KUirnr tre thnce N36 W 18 40 ciMi is a t me G line pule N VV of in old oak stump thnce S 982 rhai is tu a stake itt twcen to tnre tUR t hence s J E 27 99 chains Ui 1 tin the west side uf a ua Muuip in the bend of a tu H A Hudson thence his 1 1 E 1241 chaiues to a st in a Kink corner tt iheuce N 841 E 23 35 challis to K aatjue curlier m L H lin 8i to L a uid hiCKory stump N 88i K 807 chains to Mat tilt stiuMi Ki ic ot a lai etutai tee curlier tu T K U unison uienee his line N I W 18 81 nmiiiS t i b bfgiuiiiii containing 128 acr is 1 rood and 24 piles 2J tract Beyiuniua at a stone a the ui uth nf a lane near SCUllS Branch thence up the lain with the ceui r f KMiueJs75 W 60 81 chains II the N E r er or B M s w ps sarri theuce itii S vpe liie S 14 4 p les 4 1 an ake corner in B K i neiic a new lute N 2 E68 16 p l K c Ihe u ti i inn coii ai i ti 17 acies 3 r 41is and 1056 Jes 3d trac Bgi ni tr at tbe N W Corer of a sprint in the edge of a pond ansi rum lug 117 poles to Scott Braich the up filename with lt mwindrs S 86 E pnl 50 E 36 pIe N 77 E 34 poles N 571 E 20 pules S 601 E 23 p 1s to 2 elms on the S tide nf iiri creek thence K 5 W 13 poles 10 a ih rrv Rtump near a red oak thence N 2i W 108 50 poles to a hick iry stiimu thence 86 W 101 poles tit me iji iiinir nnntainini 78 acres 3 4 h tract Banning at a point whre 3 ltns nnc Kt od In Scotts Branch S 3 E 102 pnlpp to a whit oak and dogwood thence S 70 W 271 poles to a stake in told to tbence N 2 E 1171 pnie tbe center of SfsBrsinnh riparawhite oak Rtump on fhe nnm it Ride thence up bp branch SSO K 26 poles to the beRinn fhir containing 18 acres 1 rood and 9 nnl 5ti R inninc at a stake 10 f t S f a fnc and at a wiiftonaU In rrmrl on RnfferR HOP th n4v W 72 E 14 ix l corner to t oid h ck iik p lntx r thence N 5 W loa wh oak on Sc Rmnrh thftncp down same S 56 W 16 olei to a retake on Scottg Braadi Mrs RnnuiMe theMe MliMwltk her IlUt fokt Jo f In prope- rt said 161 lS I p V lid S tnt N 851 E 21 cilaills a 51 a stike chi c V Office in will P flu tn fur t wi ii mont fir Joe E ALt Edna Swupe Oibers elJd red tern IJN tiLe uelug County CUUrL Li to- W 1 aCt brallclI2 W of w Ii laie corner J boW flu bun tbsiCeai1ii V J5 ctiaj tuece E 44 Pt 6 riszyk end ii plas I Swupe Vie Brantsy in net tr lit It t 116 OfllP1 Van B iJbIi T 4 wit 1iLtis I Wee To 24 Otter 25th day t1erks will ot- a i l1i lip 1a r Dgy large I- Ii tile tieS lit t S t then j toathne I j about V the beginning containing 9 acres 2 roods and 24 poles These five tracts of laud iil 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 be required to tive bond with approved ecuri hearii u six per cent interest from date of sale with a lien retained on the land to the payment f the purchase mo ney bond to have the force ann effect of a judgement upon which ex ecution may issue if not paid al ma turityR H RATON M C G C C December oth 1910 R HTnmti nn Attr fur Plaintiff Commissioners SALE GAIIKAKD t IUCUIT COURT Ophelia Price etui ImtmiU- V IS Augustus Dutii et al Defendant Iu uanl lu judgement ui tneti ii iu larcuiL Court reudeied in III OliVe ttue it li N iveinii eiui 1910 tIle Underpinned Cumn 26 th 1910 1m date Oeitg County Unurt Day bt Iweell twelve oclock nuuii and t puujic uutciy in it inn ui I lie luue uuni in LuucasLur Kentucky 10 i lie anti best bidder tli ttilowint reiii Poperly iuvii Oie piece oi pioperu iiuuc am lot in town uf Lancaster Iviucuy on Uicuuiund Street bounder a Bf iniiing at a stake in tile middh of the Lancaster mm Lticuuiund tun pke road curlier to T itciu now Nelii liliuu uienee with 1 Itch now Nellie LSaluu lie S 25 VT12 IMI tin tle cnitf ul tue said i IMU ft ST E fe 55 p ile tu il lIce wih unMiis line S 25 E 8J pile lu middle nf i uripne iu u itimce vit ame JS 80 17 6 poles to he begun lug containing one acre one rotin and ei hUen poles utile or lss beim sold and ronveve u Ophelia Dunn IKIVV Opii Pric uid her children In J I Mmiitoi inci Judith Hamilton his wife h deed imw of rncvrd in the Garrari CIIUIHV Clerks OftLte ii deed book 14 pat 65 The purpse of the this prop rty is fur di t the pmc eor feiidants as their respective riyht hay jpppjir Terms This property will be sIll in a credit of six months and lady iHiitbs iiich if of puiciHse pric cull due in ix lis and re i in tw lvH ntontli i lK piMcbis viII lm r tn uiv bund will ind surni for the purcbasi p n tIle property sini o b arsix percent utrr st per Hiinum from date nf until paid wih alien m tn anti to sprHrt the payment of th n I Raison M P O r H Clay Kauffman A v rr nain iff Commissioners Sale gf Land GARRAllD CIRCUIT COU1 I S Tottou Others VSAlice Ray Others Defendant PuisuatiL to a jtid ement of tin Garraid CucuitCout rendered in th term I9lo the undersigned Cuiiini iKioner will uii MONDAY DECEMBER 20 th this being County Court Day between twelve oclock noon and two p ill sell at pubic utiicry in from of i tie Cutirt Ilui e door in Lau caster Kentucky to i he highest am best biddr the following real prop erty to wit ONE tiODSE AND LOT OP ia Lancaster Kentucky un Laticah ei aui CiauOichaiu tuiupike rua A Certain house anil oL of gruunu tIle City of Lancaster situated ui tile Lancaster and CrabOciiaid turn r le rued ur street fiuming theu dud located un the north by said ruao Hunting thereon and bounded un tin unh by said road or stieet and ad i HIIN Bakers liirsaod PttiA containing live acres 3 roods and 3fc pies less about one acre conveyed t siid i urnpike company and about HIM cre conveyed to the defendant S H oi ton TermS This property will be s 1 m a credit of six and twdxe month in equal amounts the purchaser xecute bond wiih grind surety p this lit the Masier Commissioner beat tog interest at the rate of six per cen netannum from tile date of sale hav ing the force and effect of a judgment upon which ex cuilon issue if no1 oaid at maturity with a lien retained n the property to secure the pay nent of the purchase money Dscember 5 th 1910 R n Batson M O GP O Wm Herndon Atty for Plaintiff Commissioners Sale sf Land GAUKARD CIRCUIT COURT Pattie S Anderson Others Piffs VS Sadie Russell Anderson Others Defendant Pursuant to a judgement ul the Gai raid Circuit Court rendered in tIn ibuveM led cause al its JSovembei erm 1910 the undersigned Cornmis toner wilt on lONDrtY DECEMBER 26th 1910 his day beiny County Court Day be weeu the hours of twelve oclock noon tud two ocluck P M sell at public outcry in front of the Court House door in Lancaster Kentucky to the highest and best bidder the following real property to wit One farm containing one hundred thirtyeight and thirtyfour hun dredths acres lying on the Lancaster and Danville turnpike road about two miles from Lancaster and bound d as fnl iws Beginning at a stone and oak stump tump now trone corner to the 8 33 tcrpM sold to J C R CollIer thence with line nf said 8 33 acrps S 47 W oa Rinir corner to same at Me Will lams 4t 155 chains and passing a hirko v alt at 1615 chaing In all 2535 V Saul a oiL ku IMilllllt1 iii uu JON UAY U P 11J JuU I illih oiL a the follows ailat II the aUIt y Ii t sale of I hutill mllll1lhe afuleaid philitrlJtd I lit flit qiir d i 1 ret lIrrhap 6 h tt cause if NuvtJUlle 190 tIOUN D 4ud lullo8 u 1r zee l ma o fore lid 3 secure s iw lou W i Isptrt tie hush I its sal jed onov- flpcnihor 1910 Plain tll 41JSVC tled ils desculbcuas 4 chiitis tu iI slake i oil r l s tn and Iu line MI aiiuu MOS with Missb 38 J E 550 chains iu a pliinud in lit d uf an old road curlier to Mo sand 1 W El mure 1 S Robii on said stone is S 42 W 2 03 chains from another stone pi niert in siii old road aid whlrh was oiij c riser to s Hohinson thence with El mot and with a post and rail fence JS fifJ E while nak at chains ii all 1230 ciiains ditance bv prcita toi t a piiii in line to Elm p and corner tn 33 acres one until a ul 14 UIe tract if Thomas Anderson land thence with a line of said t a ifjrini rMliMilaled frcni iln tid i ue of iirl tires one rood ai d 14 pi 1 s theonitpd side of a traverse the rcvsint line in he be intf a mistake N 3i E 12 28 chains his distance by production due o the fact that tile tuial distance uf this iiKiuie muiiiiuiied side runs from a point 910 ul a pole we t ut a nickuiy as per am ciicuKttiuii ul ted suit N 3i E 1892 chains to ast Ke a Lea tcei s u ar Lice thence by cal copleu iruiii ieed liuui b 11 Aiuieisuii Lu ibtnias ViiUelnun t OK Iti page 301 oin lie ic tiia ion apjiluu b 67 K IS Uo Chains Lu aiue in till etM ol t lence LOS corner lusttd 3I acres 1 mud ti ii 14 poes au a loCh Collier i ew inidc Hi tbe Delu nines Lu the four acres bKlon inu to Thotii rts Andeisun anti now cut II to tutu prutraCted line tj SaiJ foin ic res S 9i E 123 challis iu a ptim i i the n ill die of tile old Piue middle of said pike N 28i E actual beau inji 5 Ul chains 13 r 11 iici 10 a pou i in tiiiiidle i K 31 12 K 470 ch tu a ed c in lneauuu IN u4 E Obi Ciialts Lu a piltt in Uii lUn i Jit Hi iO Cilcilna tj U pullli it middle cuiuer tu t tic 14 acits fUicha eU Uv U Jsrtl eUitau Iiuin vt m uc C JoiniMon Liu lice leuvui ii e am tvitli Hue tunaiu Inlets 57i V 0 ot Ciiaitis tu tUe corner yo ui a vr itnce un i lie uest banK ul a drain IS 1J 14 U 3 22 cuaiis iu tbe curia uu 1 lenCt SMII lllulii iliifUiil IS L V iJS auciinins LU a point in tin middle ul tsic new LiiiiicuMer and tuinpiKe cirner tu SaUl tract Hence wi h in ddie and nieaudeis u iihe IS 88 34 W 2 50 chains 10 a pull it ctluK ul nieaduv S 14 VV 1 chains lu a IMIIII in cornel I n with pike II ci iMirg said lut S 43 14 passing IS cor er of saio lot 1 15 cliai is ii ul 5 14 challiS io a poim oi middle if pike sSiJ W U75 li i is t a puiut 2 S ul mdillt N 71 W 30i tilts iu a p tint 5 t et S d middle 534 W pasin to resident it 75 links in all 3 Torhai is t a pnin ui middle N 41 34 G4 chains to mint 1 foot north nl nicuile and ro Ir to iirrant hehs leavi i tiik 1 und with their line S 7 34 an nriiMiiil stiiie cut ner at inks in i chains o a p irit twi t N of a lt cornp Mine lId to t he S 33 acres sold to J t Coli1 with line of said tract S W 14 SO chains the heuinninL irntainiiur one Hundred tbiry eitrlr nd fiftv eijrht Otis ere One fourth of an acre is dednptpr frnm be above content for Puvs lot earing a net aren of fine bniulrer thirty eiylu and thirty four tile hut dredths acres TERMS This hud will be sold on ol IIIH and two years tumid the putcbasei will be rt tinned LU jjive bonO with ap piuVed stcurity with a lieu retainei mi tile latin to secure payment of saW ounds SJii1 biiids iu bear interest a sue sate uf per cent per aiiiiun from date of sale until pail and tin bUilds lo have force and tlf cl of a jud 4 meiit upon which execution may i u paid atmatuiitv The pur chaser will he tnMinii it d 10 pay ibitd of the purchase price of sair and in cash if be desires to do so and be ilimifK PanjS Anderson and Uarrv Andeison Alberta H Anderson El zibelh Anderson Waltor are willing to recieve sain md if Mioy are willini to ree lve s m tile cfimmissitner wjl rer om birl of the purebase price and aft of psivmen if the resilue of said will he paH out acfnrdintf to and in a ordance with further orders of thi flirt December 7tb 100- T n Bitson MC O P R nTomlinson Ally Phii tiffs Commissioners Sale Personal Property GAUUAKJJ CIUCUIT COUUT t arr Scott Co PiaitiiiL II BruoxsOiliers Defendant Puisuaut tu a judgement oi tile Gui ard Circuit Lour rendered III 111 at its JJovembei eriu 1910 The undesigned Cuuiuiii iuuer will on Saturday DECfcMaEU 31st 1910 t about one oclock P M to tin nyliet and best bidder at pubiic ry one sawmill timid desciibeo is follows Tins property will be sold nn the jremises where it is located Oiie L eiitytwu hurse power port uie engine un wheels Ku 14112 ana lie usUcil appurtenances maiiufac ured by Garr Scut Co one pone awmill No 3637 tune 60 12 fuurplj aiu variable feed sons irriage cable drive two excelsim tugs bet 50 saw No 26 27 8 and 9 iiUrtge geared knee receci M which peisunal ptoperty is pres situated in Rickcaslle County Kentucky at ur near Cunwav in appearing to the couit that tin ersonal property adjufi ed to be solo cannot be reuijvt d to the County seat vithuut exi expenditure nd it apoeaiinir is practical mpfissilile to Luring said property from ts present location the Master Com tnissinnpr is ordered TO SELL SAID THE PLACE WHERE IT IS S1TUA TLD The purpose of this sale is to satisfy a one thousand live hundred fifty dollars with interest thereon at s x per cent per annum from March 24th 1909 until paid subject to a 2000 paid S p ember 28th 1909 and fitly dollars 50 00 paid January 20th 1910 Debt nod interest amounting M one thousand five hundred ninety one dollars and sixty three rents to date nf sale December I t 1910 and Costs approximated 12417 of court proceedings for which judgement has been rendered I a ii ill a 3 8 3 t uul eu lUll UI a lUll I t Ii Ct JU I Ileuset a wil II 1111 tat Ii lie t l lion IJ IiI 3 I I ill V V ai I links r lIIce V J I I Was il1 5 I MHIi11 I rte t a credt six If nlli Oil wi troll jyp said ft t poets P for OF V J engine belt I hiLly gain- tllar it AT debtor September 1591 of f e Y lIme- stone fti inslv tin I Jl55jhl iti rep I lit act Sis one i tin I tutu lieu OeM a segs edge t I Dasi VI lit list Pius i hull IN Lai- C I tiC iii hid e Popes tidiest S eel tit hsuuc 1 t it a itt luiiticl rod t his C Carry flrfllat ion he sue ti nil one hi ri bovCSlletl cause sell los iive Unty PERSONA LPItOPEttTY 63 iu the above st led TEUMS This sale will tiC made on u credit ol six mot i Mis time with interest at six per edit per annum from dale of s u until paid Said putchaser will he re quired tn give bund with appro wrl s curit horI have ibefirce and ffc of a judgement and shall he a lien upon till property old and n ot aclns may isue lip said bUild if same is not paid when du December 12th 1C10 R H M G C C C Atty for plaintiffs Noel A Ballade For Christmas The bells chime happily across the night The night that crowns the almost dy ing year And soon the morning witn its light Proclaims that Christmas day at last is here The children high aloft the boars head bring And as they march their merry carols sing While Christendom joins in their lay For at this season all are glad and gay And men and women with their hearts aglow Shout out with one accord on Christ mas day Hail to the Yule log and the Emblems of many an old time honored rite Of boisterous mirth and homely cheer The Yule log flaming high ami blazing bright The mistletoe to youths and maiden dear See for snapdragon how they form a ring Or in a contradance their partners swing Lord of misrule makes goon his so briquet And all his mandates eagerly obey He wields the scepter and with loud hallo Cries lustily with none to say him nay Hall to the Yule log and the mistlo toe AH climes and classes own the seasons might It rules alike the peasant and the peer The humblest home presents a happy sight The sternest judge forgets to look The very birds fly by on lighter wing The blustering north wind seems to lose its sting The old and young the golden haired and gray Devote the hours to merriment anti play Anu far across the crispy crackling snow We hear a chorus from a flying sleigh Hail to tbe Yule log and the Case tht exeetu i Raison C Bal YI dawning tuneful I I I mistletoe honest mistletoe I tt sad s t his ri sit C severe HAIL TO TIlE YULE LOG AiD THE The chosen theme of many a fancys flight A ballad monger or a sonneteer Yearly bis Christmas poem will indite Of a coy maiden and her cavalier Shakespeare full often bad his merry fling And Milton tuned his harp to noble string Irving the scenes of Christmas could betray x And Dickens its true spirit could con vey To song and story a rich debt we owe And with triumphant cheer this tribute pay Hail to the Yule log and the And as the sacred season circles near All evil thoughts and themes are banished quite Our lives become more gentle and sin cere Our hearts can find no room for dole or spite Paeans of praise from thankful hearts upspring To celebrate the birthday of the King All humbly for our brothers weal we pray And ask a blessing on our future way Our generous gifts on others we Peace upon earth good will to men we say Hail to the Yule log and the mistle toe ENVOY Spirit of Christmas we accept yea Right willingly we bow beneath tby sway We join our sougs to those of long ago With this refrain for ever and for aye Hail to the Yule log and tbe Carolyn Wells in New York Mall A Christmas Suggestion A book cover makes a good Christ mas present for the girl who Is apt to be accompanied by her book Tbe come in natural linen MISTLETOE mistletoe bestow thee mistletoe covers S Christmas In A Scotch City nf Scuthuid will Its well niu iiilin 11 iin IK rliiMrii as IH T tl uiuitu hi wfci i ou f tinli f IIH ui u i t tiie fuiiuiry spend lu ittvs Alunv ilys n n the Stole tiimts Ar xil stivtt i tlinrouuhfanr as Imsv as ally ui ti hiudure avlv piMfitstly tlwo rated with Iiuily everjjrtetis Abuve nearly every uti trance signs of wel come and the compliments of the sea son are exhibited in lushly leaves On Christmas eve the stores keep open late Either side of the tlummghfuru is a mass of bhtxin eheirful anil there is a moving mass of human between But when till stores close they close until boxing slay All the working people now get their Christmas holiday Oji forenoon the lord or pivshlis at the auual meeting isl ImaUfast jjivon by the directors at i royal infirmary His lordship speech after vhi h there is a diri uin of jriiml things to all the patics lu lungs institu tion Then lit visits sundry other in for the caiv of the sick aiul poor where t here are Christ mas and feasting Uy tilt way day is one of the lord provosts busiest days At 2 oclock accordinjr to au uual custom Our years past he sides at the annual dinner to from nCMin to MW pour men vopu n and children in the city hill Albion stroot His lordship and the city magistrates occupy the stajri ai l take dinner the pir During the re past which consivts of siup bwf an eutive plum pudding tei or coTjt fruit stirrius SUotih airs played on the lug nr in by the city nrranisj At the close his lordship makes speech which is verbatim in the ncv pip is It is usually inns terly production Outwardly iht tsj pf t of th city res mhles that of Sunday NVviTtbe loss tiousinls of iwoplp oi vns about TIic myriad of rivotcrs n miles of shipbuilding yards along Iu Clyde have roaR Jo the city with thMr wives and families and attending the or evening panruiciu pprformanccs that have alnntdy running These imnmmimcs are a fca Hire of city lift in Scotland diring thC vintrr Usually tlitM opn at the big heaters in Glasgow ChrNtmas eve They arc rehearsed for wics before The playwright usually n oscs as his theme a fairy talc Jack th Giant Killer AH Balm and till Fur ty Tliievps and Aladilin toni thv Wonderful Lamp have l een favorite themes As a rule the playwright r Wins enough of this tall so th young folks can recognize the bar actors hut taken altogether the pro duction becomes really a drama i burlesque of local life and harn u r interesting entertaining and even He vat ing to old and young Actors an actresses of renown take the Ipndfa parts while there are dazrling u tunics niagnsiicent s enery and a got goons ballet thrown in Xo wondi is that often until the middle o spring the pantonMuies enjoy a Ion tinuous run Latterly they lwoii in a sense classics for their libretti undergo weekly improvement at th suggestion of local wits noted for tk pungency of their sayings and it fund of dry Scotch humor they M sess It is no exaggeration to say thru these pantomimes thC visited by sunst persons each night till season through and by others fully a score ot times Thru there is the usual exodus of young men to the country Christ It is a common saying aamai Scotchmen that nil roads lead to losi don This is changed to Clasgow i some eases There is scarcely a of note in the Highlands that has not a son at the universities of Jlas gow or Edinburgh studying for the professions of law medicine the pnl pit till army or the home or foieigi civil service With what hopI and pride tIll advent of the young stud is looked for at the little railroad ra tion up in the mountains on Christ mas eve or morning If he lives on an platt the next day he is given by his rustic countrymen in thru annual Christmas day football match The gaunt is usually a stoutly contest ed one umpired and by fir laird and heads ot the estate At tin corner of the Held is placed cask ot good Scotch nil from which the piay ers regale themselves at half tutu Then the game resumes and the ss and half is fast and furious Arouil the ropes are the young women of rh estate looking with pleasure and discussing their choices in the ditc list of the evening Brooklyn Eagle Santa Claus In the Zoo Said Santa data Tis Christmas eve The animals looked pleasant And each of you will now reieive His yearly Christmas jiusem But Id be sad if every tiest Would mention what hed UUe the best The tapir said That pleases me Ill state succinctly therefore If 1 may be so bold and free The only thins I ease for Would be those matches on the shelf With which Id like to tight myself His wish was granted Then up spalie A timid little adder Sir but a fruIt it will take To maKe my Christmas Bladder A slate and pencil st you please Would let me do my sums with ease The reindeer said You may oelievo- Id he a nappy fellow If 1 were sure I would receive A good sized umberrellov And also Id like four galorne Yes and a rubber mackintosh Walton Williams Glasgow thit eotnuuviria h1 tilt ill U I rlI iun sit and I light It I pro- vo t ill t I in illll iou I Vt I pr II n t inls t i I hat it I n I ft ily I I I I met rotsi k ly uuts u lug t lit ill until I Clint uas In sir u t I lurist nuns given Vii ant are usiig eel irs rite irs inn I titan tiC mast 111 t aside refsetc d ill Merr Crntmas Heap on nnrt wr wirt lli wid cliil But UM it wblrt i wir V t kfvpot i S Eath r fta v rtrtMCTr year Tin finest f rir And iveli M rJbis ir i s jf od Loved when ttu tear us riMirse had And brousbt btttbe Christmas back agtiin With his bvspitabte train Domestic son relIgions rite Gave honor to tlu holy night On eve bells wore rung On Christmas ere mass was sung That only uighi in a th year Saw tin stikHi n t rear Tilt liall vns lris et with uy green Forth to the tvood unrry go Tu gather in the luistiftue- Tlieii opened widi tw hnmirf hall To vassal temot serf suit all ti i Ump rolled alt Chri r lUllS I h tItt dun ot luer b dId a Scctt9s Ry of eat the flit ctintire iinuastt kirvir aintn intel iower laid his rod f rnlessirfir And twnmuy fc ftvl his pnrte The iKtr nit It ui lila That night aught village partner cbtiose- AH balled witb mwontmtietf ttrttglit And general roles the happy wsht Thai 10 tin uias IM rn wn Brought tidings f saivaiwm dotrn- Tbe fin with welt dried it s snppffcd Went roaring up flit riuuii wide Tilt tinge luaU tal te ouKin tare Scnitkbtil tilt it thi cay lognicc Hun iiiNiB its massive ixiard No injirk to pan tbe squirt leWd Then was brongbi i thr insty brawn By out l tu oUt xrrving titan Then tilt grim boars bea l frowned oil bivb- Cres f l hars and ros niarT Well cai tUe grrea iKirhett rau r tell How when and when tti awn er fell Wmt dogs ij roft deatli tie lore Aunt all slit iKiiiitig ut tin liottr The wassail nroad in sotxf Drown lM Vi- SJnruished with riMMmsv I ithJy trowis There tbe tinge sirtnfi rvel Hard Plum orriil e st l arid IlirtsJiuns pie Nor failetl oU SrtHfesiMi l inHluce Al SIHIJ highs tIde Her Kivvry Then came tle maskers in And carols wit It nuiliesonte in If uiiiiieiuttioiis wis snug It was a oearty m le and strong Kuglnml wis nterrj iti ml Old wrung in lila sports Twns Christmas lirodehed the raigJiti est ale Twas nl iJu merriest tutu A Cliristmas gauiixii situ ntiU chevr The lour mans lean ilirungi nail tilt year Sir Walter Scott WREN BUSH An OH Custom Siiii Otwn f In Ire land at Chrrciraas- Auioilt luli Hit itst ut stti obsirviil iu Inianl it luisiuRts few tire more curiutis iliatr tin pri tne ut carrying ali iitt tin v ret u i Stephens di aiiil inimtri a t ti2 zlttl to exjiiain why M r of ail hints stimuli IM t death ou the festival ut UN r st mat tyr The most prulmble i s aiasitm is that the xvivn vassi t d u iruUL and was used l y liiiiu in Uivii lt n anil oilier t an riles al il fsti al flit winter si istiit wlilrli iiuK i tin ut it t attd with sueli iitithilv rites Iairirks releutle s i ii of iniajri s of rinnts uset ilt amIvnt patran worship ul lr iaul risa lu tin le ciul liit It Javf IIP and Atul tianiMinlstiem all Itirtv This seats the nit re liki j wiatise drean the uNl Irish itaim f r vrea also means I rtiiil rtsd ttd folk still tl Jenny tin i riid bird ami iy hat lias tit gift of prnplieey it thai s tn in ter ret ler I ivitttrfifs s sti rttvers a hfe or rti s tnt h t hush can nai tin fnHn In the Ii brary of Trinity mHese ImMin ihert is a iIiHiiMi fit il s Tilnr ln v to interpret the miles n the urea Maud K Sanient in lmitiiin s lta TEax cnw ERJtY fJEE IS I attune t belt wIth t by tans IUIJ THE I Iu t j tit wit hi CIrI 11 t lit tegeat i hir II Ii ill 1 ii t f I I tWi81 1 I boa runt lId r ziut TEZ rusts abs as nut tin goose merry roans Ills it lien Chuisi Ctinisl inns tie sill t I tie kit i it king Lilt Ut I t iiuttl ticis rtnseiltient- lv tltrgy sliils to Itt bursts it flunt isort St af t tie I lit itt tat Ce snaKes nash lit st alt situ A Canalboat wHiI Christ are eui i hare anj rumforts a t e ti SfKe saw My tint IM b P sIght rather live l xvn bn tba h a S t tike my er3 hes six ritMtiiK and they tkml begin to be as bu ms nrtue If you think then aint nwnn just IM k and Mrs ggs displayed the secrets a suit of rooms the in gcHittty of tile Jtrmnsement rivaling be den of tile New York Iweuelor girl or tin mala T l in uU 5i served as living an l dun r H erutKned two tlei ves ju l l Iwskles an tnttitesimal eitntrr h l be l tbe kbihen ttut which was even hinter theta tHe muderu apart While tender tmuiiary circumstances tIt k eheR wrist rt of the cabin I r j r two frktrs at right angles to a lt tber eovltl N drawn out which nietKr f rtu J a ri cta Uy itself A wil sTTTe t ri i lilies h itinparrm i learirj Just room aifcl fcilcbeit urea ain into the tUr s ut7 kliftiRU ilU iminiedl tist ta tin the t issis of lt lir its K sss pulled i iisr t r b wmpletelyr tth sI ti tIn jin e ini nmitts ami a is jnius i iran into the tins iiuBs ift ji Kl all the l r t y tie A Oivri i wd lie IH up at riii to t and au nt l r luiuii yt iiriMtr tilts wcvesj vs sifli i iily brge tw IHrft two snui y ngiTs Chists of drawees iw marir b i at l cuj rds in wf way places sup iilittl rents r teIdlng ctinhin and the boats of a family of ilrifilrtn One of the bfejrwit s rv rises in the host t whi b e RTey i a bint that iuLbl aj t lie l in MRKtM ln u es where riMMii L at a remhunr was the pre servetl fralt ekers- We tilt up wn frair went on Mrs lfc ggs Y nt see while we go ii the canal we are in the country UM SI of tilt time anti it is much cheaper tw put wp w r sawn fruit than on an in 0 I JU itrtet J II by tot hue I v t t t I 5ItMitt we live en Iift of slut Imm titilOto J f ill to s tt f ItI tens it llIt ik tver t t II ti t nIti WI Co to hr iUI i ui tilt a re tit S r built tilt ant two lit It T T Christmas Itoer ILI tLlk Mrs La4aiui as uaj sur- trss ItTttibii Sit srisliltflat- gtk 11 itayrrZli usia ails 14 53 ItlOti ratiiu- ii a t g ui to tb 41- 11ittI site tgtai ltultj he- slutst tisintlbta we ages a ills gut hen kltrbriitttt Italy unite it a abafenMove tu nih ntlllzed- i a s t qiilt t i a t i aunt ii flat id p a sst V tbet tfiet- a W i itisi iJILItt the it et e is5 i a it lit iu tee eL abu away tit out slows sit seat ID A DEA1 SIGHT RATHE1C LIVE DOWIT buy it in winter anti this where we store it to tilt stairs up tiiecotapamon way slit Hilled out tiny drawers Small knob jutt i out fnun tin face of step with wWch to oyeti the drawers wuile nitfehi there WIS smite mum entiusb iw Muv phit fruit jars to stand m right A cold st rage rwom was tucked away in the mu whi h uiilt door two f et in Uchiht opened The dinhig tal le was a fwtdiug affair whhh iurnd up tgainst the wall oC till ca in wtaiu n C in n e When some surj rle was expressed i lie prvseiHv a sewiwg machiue in the PH RI lU ggs said Oh thats tiiiiiiutgl Many nf the bunts have organs as well lUll there is one nttid up viib a jmnehttn l aut So you see we hetv SOC P f the Inxuries t rity bmisis and plenty ot good air and snn bine A ou ert Ls to given on situ of l its here Xew Vears NOt ami it you should like to come twi wed tit glad to have you and slMU a till ot canalboat A Chrlstmcs Gme The Vhst max tie arranged in any way that will tuttle ne of the players The uia is l i tl on the old poem Mist let w Kmisi Tli mistletoe ttutt in the castle haiL Tie iully launch shone on the old oak wall Ti e tarots retainers were blithe and AXfiiRg tao CUiistnias holiday The retuinerM rill turni a about this lifvt r who is blindfolded The retainers sin Here we ate so blithe and gay Ktrtrptit our ClitiMfiiaM tiotitlay One will lade iti lilt chest Hereby Tu guess xvlio it IS you musl surely try With that one nf the retainers runs hides in tin tmprmisetl ehest The lover t it he may sk tjHesthms wf hulilen one who may reply t y Yes ir Xo dferute IiiS the vnie I y tlies answers the Mover must tell vln the ntainer la If Ue fails In must try again Wbem he suititds tht hidden person bevumes the lover acne is loin mob hold 1 hunt tt OIf I bur pitalily and i sl I Mrs bit lit you gas ring tutu lie If you have any friends who do not take the Central Record why not send it to them for one year as a Christmas present r C h i 3 tF 4 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 I t a w nd I WhoWhyv j i H I I A II t I J There Santa Claus will make his home Where all you and your friends like to roam Where all his presents will be on hand At Josephs store the best in the land r Gossip About People A Met MnKM f the GoniiMi and 60 lyThwc We Are U Very Lear is the guest of friends in Arcborage Mimes Kate and Lillian Kinnaird were visitors in Danville Saturday Mesdames J A Amon and H ugh T Logan were in Danville recently Mi Lizzie Denny is at home again after a visit to relatives in Madison countyMesdames W R Cook and W B Mason were visitors in Lexington Saturday Mesdanes E T Embry and R R Bastin were visitors in Boyles capital SaturdayMrs Price and N B Price were in Danville the past week with P Grant Mr one Mrs A L Bibins m were truest of Mr and Mrs J B Paxton of Stanford Mrs George D Booinson and Miss Edna Kavanaugh were recent vis itors in Danville Miss Norma left Tuesday fur a visit to relatives in the city of Bir Biatfbam Alabama Mr and Mrs James A Beazley were in Stanford fur the funeral and burial of Mrs J L Beazley Mr John Ferril of Fort Worth Tex as has been the recent guest of his Mrs Annie Adams Miss Jennie Hardm of Decatur III is here to spend the holidays dtb her sister Mrs Alex Walker Louis Tinder left Tuesday to spend the remainder of the winter in Bir lingbam with bw unclf Mss Estma Hughes Hays of Stan ford wet the weekend guest of Mr aad Mrs James A Beazley MSB Emily Duncan Simmons it Btwton has been a recent truest of her cousin Mrs W A Arnold Dr Virgil Gibney Kinnaird is thome for the holiday from the Louisville Culltge Mrs D X LCCHJ returned Wed ne lay vi ft nr cuu i s JaaaeK W Caiierkm f Rihmuud Mrs Hary Hi tti and daught Mfiw E hel Hilton of Stanford are truest of Mr and R Onarley Wet of Tuna O atunr M expected Tlmr div t ho I day with liiM tuutlier Mr Jet ie West Mr B bert Brown and c U r of Broouravil will arrive this week for visit to Rev and Mz C C BrownMr Mrs J S Biwnnn of county Are expcted this week beicuesihuf Mr anti Mrs W G Anderson Mm WirUn Bogle has returned to her horn ii N O leans v e t tf her par ts Mr arid Mrs W tl WheriitMisti K uff nan of S lo is hoMa s If bin b i Ms Emua K attain In- S J Elmore sister r Christina row U B its lit Sp JIII t I I Le and- y I t I a k luIJh H ptd f ti r UI IMercM Miss ti ti 0 Midi a1 d I i Mrs s w after mise Axiwcii Xenia Misses Mary Dtv and Elsie Morrow were visitors in Danville Monday Miss Pollv Traylor of Lincoln been the recent guest of Mrs John E Siormes Mrs William Broaddus of Marksburry id reported quite tills writing Mrs Charles Denman of Nicholas yule will be with ber parents Mr and Mrs Alex West Miss Margaret Arnold of Richmond school is witb ber parents Mr and Mrs CA Arnold Miss Lucile Hamilton College Lexington is at home fur the Christmas holidays Mr Wi Liam Farman of Omaha has joined bis wife here for a visit to Mr and Mrs Banks Hudson Misses Neil Bourne and Bessie will be the guests of Mrs W K Warner of Stanford Miss Nancy Walker is expected home for the Holidays from Randolph Macon Collige Lyncbburg Va Miss Alliue Bourne will leave this week for a visit to her sister Mrs Fred Neighbors of Louisvilla John Gill Kinnaird who is attend college at Miami University Oxford Ohio will be at home this week Miss Margaret Francis of is here to visit ber parents Mr and Mrs James Francis of Paint Lick Walter Mooerlv and Miss Angle Howard of Madison came to Garrard and were united in marriage by Rev O P Bush Little Miss Christine Sanders has been a recent visitor of ber grand mother Mrs John Sanders near Marksburv Mr Jacob Joseph we are glad to state is very much improved in health and is able to be out and enjuy a big Xmas dinner Mr and Mrs Howard Rice of Rich mond Iud will arrive Saturday and be with H A B Mirksbury dur iig the Cbrititmas M ss Mary Rankin of the Madison Female Institute will be here for the Holidays with ber parents Mr and Mrs David Rankin Mrs Mildred B azieys many friends li be glad t know she 1 improving now being able to till up after qute a siege rheumatism Ms Mat i Lee Hublil of Hamil ton College Lexington is at home for the Hoiiriys with her parents Sena tor an M R L Hubble Mrs J Fleece R iblnsnn was hostei of the iriery club Friday after noon Abu till t members partook of Mrs Rtjbnisniin buspiality- Ms8 Bettie Carpenter of near Preacbei viHe is clerking for Mr win recently bought eral merchandise of R L Hagan M H Wm Burnte will entertain at a swell dinner Friday in honor of Williams and Jennie West The menu will be served in COU828 Mrs R E McRobertR will entertain b Womans Club during the Xmas Holiday An interesting program will be arranged and an inviting repast Mr and Mrs R E Hughes and daughter Margaret Elkin Hughes of Louisville will arrive this week for I ne sickt t Eubanks of Gull y Mrs with So I be lCea M W I vt little Cincinnati w Emi H ward dames SFr a visit to Mesdames J W Miller ud M D Hughes Messrs Robert Kennedy of Lexing ton and Richard Kennedy of Virginia are expected here to spend the Yale tide with their mother Mrs KennedyMrs B Marksbury gave a social in honor of ber attractive sister MIss Margaret Morrow Dainty refresh ments were served Mr and Mrs Benjamin Letcber of New Xurk arrived Saturday night fot a visit to their sister Mrs E L ley After a stay in Lancaster they will go to the Fall City for a visit ti relatives Tbe young men of the town enter tamed handsomely last Friday eve ning at the home of J Louis Gill com plimentiary to W B West who wil leave Lancaster soon to seek bis for tune in the far West Mrs James A Royston entertained Thursday at an elaborate course din ner in honor Mesdames W I Wil llama and Jennie West These two popular matrons are soon to leave Lancaster to reside in new localities Miss Emma Eanffman gave a 6 o clock dinoo Monday evening the guest of honor being Mesdames Banks Hudson and Jennie West The home was adorned with Xmas decorations and the courses served were quite temptingMiss Doty entertained the Chautanque Circle Wednesday after noon Tbe object of the meeting was to give a handsome Reception to one of the most enthusiastic members Mrs W I Willltms before her for the West Mr and Mrs Michael Ray announce the engagement of their daughter Cordelia Bailey to Mr William Taylor Davis The wedding to take place in January Ale tn Ow departure I debutante one eveving recently 4 Betsys Pointers a who nervous over a little annoyance is hatching a bunch of trouble for the marrow Molly and I agree afterwide investigation that the best place in town to get all kinks of christmas goods is at R S Browns Santa Clause has lifted the lid at this store and finds it filled to the roof Eskimo Baby Talk With the ordinary Eskimo language consisting of words as Igloo weli B aa4 kalooka oat can tout woader what their real baby taut is like Mental Introspection In the morning fix thy purpose and at night examine thyself what thra hast dose tow thou has thyself la word deed sal thought Thomas a Keapte woman I suck sk behaved Christmas Goods 1 of all kinds at DRUG STORE i r fll I FRI rr rr rur 1r J I rr rrJ r r rx r 4 4 1 it 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 J I J Methodist DIRECTORY Lancaster First and Third Sundays May lift7 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 Waited To Help Some One For thirty years J F Buyer of Fer rile Mo needed help kind couldnt hid it Thats why he wants to help nme one now Suffering so long him elf he feels for all distress from Rack iche Nervausness Loss of Appetite Lassitude and Kidney disorders He shows that Eiectiic work wonders for such troubles Five bottles he writes wholly cured and now I am well and healthy Its also guaranteed for Liver Trouble Dyspepsia Blood Disoaders Female Complaints and Try them SOcat R E McRbarts Son KARKSBUKK Mrs Broadas continues ill at her home with lung trouble Mr Zach Elkln who has been quite sick is slowly improving Mrs Ham Aldridge is confined to her bed from a deep cold Noah Marceesold to Billy Lawson a bunch of hogs for 700 per cwt Joe Aidridge bought at the sale of Frank Ross one pair of work mule 1280Mr M McKechnie sold twenty 215 pound hogs at 650 per cwt to Billy Lawson Miss Hutchinson closed a term of school at Rice Accademy with an ei tertainment last Tuesday Miss Francis Tomlinson has return ed home after an extended visit to relatives In Lexington and Harrods ourgMr W D Marksbury has returned from a three weeks visit to to the family of Mr Jno Greening at Lex ington Bryant wno has beet employed as stenographer in Danville ias accepted a position in the Bank at tfryantsville Messrs Larry Robert and Sam Speaks and Miss Belle Speaks went to Stanford last week to attend the funeral of Mrs Villa Speaks Mr G C Cable who has been hold ing a business position New York returned last night to join his wife at her parents Mr and Mrs Mote Robinson One day last week Dr Elliots horse ran off with him The Doctor jump d from tne buggy leaving Dick Moore the driver to manage the frightened animal The bit broke and complete control of the horse was lost Mr Moore was thrown out landing on his which was considerably bruised While the Doctor was very sore and lame from the fall Here Is A Ready That Will Cure Eczema WePmek 1 Why waste time and money with greasy salves and lotions trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when R E McRobertR Sons Drug Store guaran tees ZEMO a clean liquid preparation for external use to rid the skin of the germ life that causes the trouble One application will relieve the and often times one bottle is suffi cient to cure a minor case of eczema In over 2000 towns and dries in America the leading druggist has the agency for ZEMO and be will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean simple treatment ZERO is recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for pim ples dandruff and all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether on or grown person Will you try a bottle on recommendation B B McBoberts Sons Drug Store 1m Every me 1 m I MirsElizabeth Curdle Thursday ace i Itch- Ing Infant J 1 cat positively Malaria S i experimenting eczema YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN Fresh oysters at Zimmers Call 17 for frgsli oysters R Zimmer ToysToys for girls and boys Has Bros Haselden Bros headquarters for toys and Xmas goods Hudson and Hughes sell COAL of QUA LITY Phone 26 1293t Two large rooms full of Xmss goods at Haselden We dont want 5c worth of Xmas foods left over means the price ii right W H Ward It Vanilla Chocolate Strawberry and Nut Ice Cream for your Christmas dinner have your order early H V BasMn Phone 56 121621 I will exchange candys fruits Xmas oys and etc for eggs butter lard sausage and etc W H Ward It I have about 30000 worth of furni ture that 1 will sell out at cost if sold tt once Thomas Hill McCreary Ky 1224 t Order OBELISK FLOUR Christmas baking from Hudson ana Hughes Its guaranteed to satisfy 1293D 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 will besatis factory if you use BALLARDS Hudson and Hughes guarantee it to please you Phone 26 129 3t FK Sale A good stock of goods best stand in the county Thomas Hill McCreary Ky 1224t Two book cases extension dining Sfleboard wafdrpbe clothes press and some other articles of furniture W I Williams 122tf A Hospitality Hint When I expect a guest from a I purchase a number of post cards of our home town and after stamping them place them on the desk in the guest room where they can be addressed and sent back without any shopping being done by my Womans Com panion 200000 Mr Luther Guthrie of Beaufort N C spent money freely in employing doctors to cure his wife from continual headache He writes One bottle of Cardul did my wife more good than she has taken for ten years past She had suffered with headache for ten years and I had spent 30000 for doctors bills for her but noth ing did her any good rI ibis Letus for your Christmas OBELISK FLOuR Fir Sale guestFrom Home Bias distance souvenir anything Take CARDUI i She has taken two bottles of Cardui and it has done her two thousand dollars 2000 worth of good Just as long as it is made I shall have Cardui in my home For all forms of female pain like headache side ache pain in limbs dizzy feelings dragging down sensations etc Cardui has been found to be an effectual remedy Dont wait tinyou are all down Try Cardui at once Sold everywhere II j 1 r r z- rr 4 run 141 7 Dont Stop to Argue Xmas is coming fast and will soon be right on us Everything in badies Suits and Coats Jlens Overcoats and Rubber Goods MARKED DOWN LOW R H BATSON Make Your Xmas Cake WITH Glen lily Flour THEYLL BE GOOD Garrard Hilling Company PHONE J LAKCASXIX KENTUCKY m I I Is I Im m I m i9 1 I I I I I I III I 11 I I I 111 101 I I I 1 I I s a m THE National BankOf Lancaster CipMSSOOOO Skptai2GeoO A ft billy J ft VIM I C Dilly CMhfcr J XoblMOB AM Catkr Bookk XHUCTOM gal Ala K Dewy A C BobiMOB John K S a- Dennv J L GUI W I William lie r T D OocIIraa j trees lines B ZSty stonnes r Take Saita Clais advice aad pt yovr nmey where it will do yoa the flKwt sod Tke ao facilities tbt tkMc are fetter offered by The GAKBABD BAVX Tmusr Cbu cial standing of q eiee4 iateffrity UbeMT Hi just dealu witkdepo Conk aM it f wte Tie XoMt gift for y raeH er otbetK k n 1 eMtl A IhIt f x i r 1 dt y bM J J 4r o zT SELLERS Vice Pres R L BAKRR SecTreas yP F r 1- 1f aCNENMtLT Pre DAN W SCOTT 4 J 0- r c r IIB F BUCKLEY Mgrs I t The Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Company INCORPORATED Both Phones 964 Opp State University S Upp r to Lime Lexington Ky The Leading Warehouse in Lexington Having sold over 2000000 pounds since opening of season October 15 1910 Offers superior inducements to farmers of Central Kentucky to sell their tobacco in the largest best lighted and best equipped loose leaf tobacco ware house in the world 500000 square feet floor space e 500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco per day Redrving plant of 75000 pounds per day Pri vate track free railroads capacity 15 cars load ed or unloaded under shelter Sheler for one hundred and fifty wagons stable room for 300 horses Open day and Night We have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company who are 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 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 Gordialty Invite YOU TO SELL 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 Danvile buying for the largest Factories in this and foreign countries For the pact ten there has been a steady increase in prices On some grades of 50 per cent Buy en pronounce our new house on best lighted house in Central Kentucky The best evi dente of this IB 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 sate is over Sales will be held everyday except Saturday during the season Write us for information DANVIfebE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO i INCORPORATED Tobacco DrowersflTTENTION- t The hosePoor safe atthe Peoples Tobacco Warehouse on PenyviUe street immediately east of the Queen and CresceBt Railway js being held every day Buyers from all leading factories are on hand All tobac co uniform grades each grade bringing the highest market price We no charge for rejection and win setijrour tobacco until you are satisfied with the price you receive All insurance is carried by w aad your tobacco is protected fremtbe minute it enters our house until it is sold charge of ill departments to guard interest Our advice as is the advice of all tobacco i is that you place your tobacco upom the as as it has been stripped It weighs aad yo aave the cost ofextra hauUag the use of your money r tpk Warihiye has the capacity to accommodate fifty loads of tobacco time and ifeiWM iy hipiiiiihaaiaf hafsey Remember tot tocatiott Penyvifle street immediately east of the Qasesi aai Cuacnat Raflway 4- Cd L H PMB it the atK Mcr who aeUs at the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse he has had twenty iifliiyiir the pcod ctioi rf i y tobacco h3udgement on tobacco you get free He is sii CtI cas aJ North Carelina who is an auctioneer of experience in the loose leaff WAREHOUSE GO Iiosiporated 1 or iii to represented ware- housemen individual YOUR r days over WnlnnVStreet m 0 Expe enc ia your nark t acre get DIe at one i t 1 ja j1i7 tI it ToaACCO C r Phone No SO J t c v S r F N i 2 4 all f lie 4f u j p is plnasidan sale make eia waebo soon tb ta 2 r 1 rMari G lame 4 t anrat OPLES tz MNtiUH1 raOriiiI Crumb j q I I OfFKIAlCALL The Democratic Committee in and for the Thirteenth Circuit Court DiE trict of Kentucky met pursuant to the call of Chairman G L Penny at the office of Chenault Huguely in Danville Boyle County Kentucky on Friday December 16 1910 at 230 P M and the members from Lincol Mercer and Boyle were present in pet son and the member from Garrard was present by proxy held by Chairman J C Bonta of Mercer which proxy was duly accepted by the Committee Said meeting was called to order by Chairman Penny On motion Che nault Huguely was duy nominated and elected Secretary of said Committee The following resolutions were then duly offered seconded and unanimous ly adopted 1 A primary election is hereby called to be held in the several voting precincts nf the Thirteenth Circuit Court District of Kentucky consisting of the counties of Lincoln Boyle Gar rard and Mercer between the hours of six A M and four P M standard time on Saturday March 4 1911 fut the purpose of nominating a Demo cratic candidate for the office of Judge of the Thirteenth Circuit Court dis trict of Kentucky to be voted for at the special election to be held on the first Tuesday after the fiat Monday in November 1911 to fill the unex pired term of said office caused by the death of Judge M C Saufley 2 All Democrats who are legal shall be entitled to vote in said primary election and are requested to so 3 Any person desiring to become a candidate for the Democratic nomina tion for said office shall not later than Saturday February 18 1911 give notice of his intention so to do in writing to G L Penny Chairman of the District Committee of the Circuit Court District and in addition shall at the time of giving such notice deposit with said chair man the sum of 80000 and no perso failing so to du shall be permitted to become or to be a candidate at election 4 Said District Committee will meet at the office of its Secretary in Danville Kentucky on Monday Feb ruary 20 1911 at two P M standard time and if at the expiration of the time fixed by Section 3 hereof there be not more than one candidate for mittee shall resolve itself into a convention and shall declare such person to be the nominee for the office and shall refund to such the amount deposited by him less the costs then accrued for advertising and preparing for said election 5 The polls shall be opened in each and every voting precinct of all the counties in the district aforesaid the regular voting places 6 Upon the closing of the polls the officers shall proceed to count the ballots and to make return and in so doing shall be governed by the prove ions of the general election law and the returns shall be made to the chair man of the respective counties in the District who will deliver the stub books the certificates and any ques tioned ballots to the Secretary of this Committee 7 The officers of elections shall be selected by this Committee from the lists to be submitted by the several candidates in accordance with the pro visions of the primary election law 8 Each candidate shall be entitled to designate by a written notice to the chairman of each county in the District not less than five days prior to March 4 1911 the name of one person fer each voting precinct in said county to act as challenger and inspector for said candidate at said primary election 9 The committee shall meet at M standard time at the office of its Secretary in Danville Kentucky on the next day after the returns shall have been made and canvass the vote cast at said election and issue a cer tificate of nomination 10 The chairman of the Distrist Committee is directed to employ a competent person to copy from the regular registration books made for the cities of Danville and Barrod burg for the 1910 election the names of all Democrats and the person so employed shall return the copies as required by law to said Chair man who shall cause them to be duly delivered to the officers of elections and the chairman is directed to cause to be printed and prepared for use the requisite number aud kind of ballots which shall bear the fascimile of his signature and be will procure the necessary election supplies ana came them together with the ballots to be delivered to the officers of election as required by law 11 The chairman will cause copies of this resolution certified by himself and the secretary of the committee to posted one at the court house door in Stanford Lancaster Danville and Harrodsburg and one in twenty other conspicuous places in each Dis trig for not less than forty days pritr to February 11 1911 and said notice also be puolished in each Demu cratic newspaper in the District On motion the Committee then ad journed G L Penny Chairman Chenault fluguely Secretary 1223 4t Fine New Automobile Tires chead not trust made Roods Save you 50 per cent on tire cost Any style bead 30x341375 30x312 81780 32x3 1218 90 34x3 12819 60 30x4821 70 31x4 22 00 32x48390 34x4826 80 34x41583170 Dnnlops 16 per cent additional Tubes 5 per cent less than standard prices No shoddy goods Prompt shipments allowing examination 5 per cent fur cash with order 6CYSB CO p 1- 4r I I voters I o i I r r theII I I committee certified be 28x2l12 60 COD Dayton v 7 I Thirteenth sat nominating candidate it tw- P hall discount SALES Ohio J L I FARMS COLUMN I JlOOOO 0 iO OOOCOOOOCoO O Space below this heading is for the exclu sive use of our farmer subscribers and is for the sale of stock grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver tise notice will be accepted over four tines and will be only in two issues of the RECORD free of cluuge FOR bred Huff Orping tuns roosters fur sale it SlCO Mrs K M Robinson Mara Iu Ky Outclassed you believe what he says he and Ananias had been contemporaries Ananias would have felt that it was necessary for him to go out and get a reputa tion LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Dec 19 Receipts Shipments Cattle Hogs Sheep CATTLE Shipper 47o 20 Butcher steers Good to choice 4 75 CM Common to fut 75g V Heifers extra 5t 05iK Good to choice 4 25Sp 4 IO Common to fair 3 OUfq I Cows extra 4JO475 Good to choice 3 7ij I 4i Common to fair 2 505 ff Canners 2 5tto5 Bulls balogni3 3 7Y 1 to Extra trrfttiioon Fut halls I i i 7i CALVES extra CC LU 00 771 s To Common and large 40f7HOGS good packers and butchers 7 M a 7 JK 7 7Vc 7 S Stags 5 XX 71 Common to Choice heavy sows 5 7 7 Light slippers 7 AVii 7 H Pigs 110 Ibs noel less 7V r 7 s SHEEPuxtra ii Good to choice S2X jsM Continuo to fair i mx 3 oi LAMcS extra iiiftioti noft o sr Common to fair 4 2Xt i o SALEPure HewittCan JewettIf 191 Uo IJ coo i 1 Mixtd packers m fat J Good 6 d9400o0000000Oo00ooo0ouooocucG apiece 131954tS f extra Fair to good s J oft to choice 3 5 Cautious The young housekeeper was looking tt foire iive chickens in a coop Yes saId the dealer Ill kill and dPtvj a couple of them and send them ovfi to your house Well rejoined the y h hesita ting if YOU are positive they are fresli j ou may GETTING INTO CONDITION Pill Farmer up Josh and git inter the cyclone cellar Young Greene Not a bit pop opens next week and this is a ore opportunity to get into condition or the preliminary football practise GreeneHurry College i Ut1Hil II 5 9 R WITH or ii 1i Iii 1I r t9IffJl3Jtid I I a fuR 1Fi OU ij3- Cl 3 J iCe Gwti i ZiI Fat AK5 Pit JD LUNG TROUBLES R E MrRoherts Drug Store ln COb I E31 CJOE g Y hC r AND w yy u UpToDate and Reliable offers you its services We guarantee satisfaction if prompt careful and curtious treatment will satisfy The Feeed That Fattens HIGH GRADE bOli Guaranteed 41 protein Write for prices WILLIAM A BURNETT Louisville Ky Established 1901 Represented in Lancaster by Hudson Hughes AT The penalty onJanuary 1st 1911 I have to settle in full with the city at the first Council Meeting in January both for the Taxes and Water Billsv thee penalty and pay at once 1 L E Herron City Tax and Water Collector I G o rOCS l8S 1NJ J S An Grocery and M38 WAlK Sendh Iii per cent pay 40ar goes l J t I I I I FIailkoi r your DAY1DSO k a CITY TAXE ONCE Save j fiL S 1 I 1 1 1 CARDS I 1 rWho Is Who to get the next Xmas Hair Cut at the best shcp in town Always at your service HENRV DUNCANS BARREn os Jersey Bull Hemy Simpson 88427 Season H J TIN LEY I PHONE Office G hurt s furniture store Lancaster I i- o00000oovewoT 8ooocoooctocococc4oexQO SHOP RICHJIOBD STRT 19- WJWSWEENEY Count Serve or R9J over F Kentucky G AuctioneerLOWELL KENTUCKY Get kiln to cry yoursales Best of references I I I W Morrow r I I Graduate Optieiaa i itted8atis5aeionGuaraateta- 1VI K Denny DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK DentistA- ll AVortc Guaranteed Paint Lickn19tf BSlYm BURNETT Physics and Surgeon OfiHce over Logans store Phone 75 Otlice Phone 6 occ ooooco c Cut Flowers of QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Or J B Kinnaird Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave Tke Only Tw lie Barters k Tim See the tall sign North side of Public Square M HOUSE J E Robinson LAWYER aid COUNTY ATTMNET Will Practice in all State Courts and U S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing 9 and Mens Garments Repairing Phone 340 Public Square Second hand clothes sold on fe W Faulkner Office flours Omce over 8 m to 12 1 to 4 Stormea Drug Store B F Phone 65 DENTIST Lancastei Ky have just opened up a new deam Barber Shop- on Lexington street next to thepost office and will be glad to have a y friends to call and see me Qcaa Sharp Razors Close JOHN Kentucky Rtsi atc o JllIllJ I i hoe commission ftgr pm i Tools A DUNCA fence oooaoooanwo uooooaoe n Ladies ra OVAL tt- T it Y R