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TIlE CENTRALFn The Lend of Now PURE RELIGION UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT From The Lend sfSu TWENTY FIRST TEAK LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 30 1910 i REC01t I T r 1 I i ilgeDfs g PLUMBING HOT WATER STEAM HEATING Let us make you prices can save you some money TIN ROOFING We are head quarters for Galvanized roofing can furnish on short notice CONN BROTHERS Lancaster Ky 1 i AND I Y Christopher Columbus Murphy 12 years died on Tuesday at the of his parents in the Middlesboro au nex after a very short illness of pneu monla Miss Bessie Singletons school a Sycamore Valley closed last Friday with a suitable entertainment Three prizes were awarded this year The prizes in attendanee were awarded ti Alline Thomas Stanley Foster Lillie Ray Jennie Rap Virgela Ray Jean Broadus Clara Pollard Bradley Long Cleora Baker The prize in spelling was awarded to Jennie Ray Sale Of H rfsNK S rt Property Hughes Swinebroad report they have sold the Kauffman Property consisting of handsome dwelling fifteen acres of land on Danville near town for W McC Johnston to R S Brown for 6759 We regret that Mr Johnston and family will move to Lexington but are glad to say that Mr Brown and family will remain In Lancaster Prnary T Niwwte Jidge The Democratic Committee for this the thirteenth Judicial district met in Danville on December sixteenth and decided on a primary to elect a nominee for Circuit Judge on March 4th 191L It seems certain that the Hon Charles A Hardin will have no opposition and will be declared the nominee Mr Hardin is very popular over the district and his many friends here will be glad to know that he has no opposition Pretty Weifcg At two oclock p m on Wednesday Dec 28th at the residence of the Rev O P Bush he officiating Mr W B Durham of Bryantsville and Miss Walker Cox daughter of Mr and Mrs Henry Cox of this city were together in the holy bonds of wed lock They left immediately to visit the grooms relatives in Lebanon and Louisville The bride is a very popu lar and attractive young woman and has many friends The groom is a prosperous young farmer Selliig Mr E B Ray representing The Cen tral Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse Co of Lexington Ky was in town Monday stated that his house was selling lots of tobacco from this county having sold a total this season of about five million pounds at an average price of 950 This is one of the best equipp ed bouses In the state and catches all the Garrard County tobacco that goes to Lexington They sold for James Sutton of Marksbury his entire crop of about 8000 pounds at 1335 ana for Frank Land his entire crop at 1340 I age home r r r f f r that I and street r r r r r r r r joined r r racer I r pnd r r r I r i i I Julia Entire Stock find Furnishing Goods 75 Mens suits in small sizes ranging in Prices from 1000 to 1500 will close atthe very low price of 348 A new line of silk Suspenders silk socks and neckwear suitable for Xmas Gifts at cost Terms Cash ff OF Clothing Mats II LO AlT4- q Shoes f SAT COQ TJ A I ItT kv p For Lieutenant Governor JAS P EDWARDS of Louisville Kentucky The only Announced Candidate Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party More Tobacco News Capt I M Dunn representing Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co Danville was in town court day soli tins Garrard to sell their tobacco at warehou in stated that there six representing houses buying at his house and many Garrard farmers are selling at good price Uncle Dave Ross is for this county and he is a one and will be glad to give you information as to the prices that is selling at in Danville Mrs Richard Noel the widow of late Squire Noel died at her home Buckeye after a few days illness pneumonia The following sons A Ji4Wm and Lewis daughters Mrs Joe Kelley of Madison Mrs Davis John McCully and Morr Long of this county mourne her deat Two sisters Mesdames J P Prather this place and Mrs Robert Burton Madison survive The funeral preached at 11 oclock Wednesda followed by interment in the Lancas ter cemetery Much sympathy is to the bereaved family Eajoyable Occasion The reception held at the Christian Church Wednesday evening in of several of the members of that con gregation who are soon to leave Lan caster to reside was quite an enjoya ble occasion About one hundred of the members present and a delightful course and coffee was served during eveningMany the regrets expresse hat this church was soon to lose of her best members and the wishes of all go with them to the homes Tobacco Growers Notice The tobacco growers of Garrard will meet at the Court House Saturday afternoon Dec 31st at for the purpose of delegates to go to Lexington on Janu ry fifth at which time an organiza lion will be perfected of the independ nt growers This is a good as it has been proven beyond of a doubt that a pool is nec ssary to hold up the price of burley tobacco We have always been in of a pool if organized in the proper tanner It therefore behooves each every tobacco grower of Garrard to be on hand at this meeting n order that a strong organization will be derfected one that will stick through years to come and hold Gar ard County in its present condition o prosperity Probate Caififcies In case the Hon Charles A Hardin s elected Circuit Judge this district have another Commonwealths Attorney Several prominent lawyers if the district have been mentioned the place among them Hon Jo eph E Robinson of this citv Stanford Interior Journal in its if last week stated that Mr Robinson run It is true that ni hasnt announced and is not a for atpresent there is no vacancy t seems certain however that will be a vacancy and when the owes Mr Robinsons friends him to make the race as he eminently qualified well known over district and would fill well this impor office The other gentlemen whOle names lave been mentioned ai County W S JIB of Lincoln Hon iodman Mercer and Hone Usury Jackson vU iDunett Puryer f Boyle the of growers his e e are different a solicitor good any tobacco Noel the in th1tF and was extended honor salad some new County two oclock selecting movement any question favor mad County will for The issue would not candidate there time may force is portant probable Keen f Count tobacco Danville buyer the were goof candidates are Attorney at T SCHOOLS CLOSE h HOMT Of Tie Bnal Of a Great Shirt an early date the Kenton Bar sociation will be called together 1 Prefident Walker C Hall to take upon a statement which appeared in a Cincinnati paper subscriptions were taken to bury late John G Carlisle Kenton being the home and burial place of late statesmen and he having been member of the Kenton Bar President Hall feels that the publication of erroneous statements is a decided re flection upon the Bar Association Moreover Hall is in receipt of a nun ber of newspaper clippings from parts of the country containing gar bles and false reports of the manner in which Carlisle was burled One stated that the Kenton bar to pay any attention to the and a number reiterated the and inexcusable statement o the Cincinnati paper that Carlisle to be buried at the expense of publicThe truth of the matter is that body of the noted statesman was in terred in beautiful Linden Grove cem etery at Covington atthe same with that of Mrs Carlisle and the oc casion was marked by all due solemni ty and respect the caskets being placed in floweradorned graves and schools of Covington being closed honor of the memory of a great Ken tuckian State Demcntic Friary The State Democratic in Louisville Wednesday Thursday of last week By a vote light to four the Democratic State Committee called for a to nominate Democratic candi dates for State officers for the November 1911 At the same committee by a vote of six to five with one of the members refusing to ruled that the endorsement of a andidate for United States Senator should not be considered by the voters if the State in the primary The date f the primary as fixed in resolution adopted by the committee is Saturday 27th A subcommittee was to look after all the details of the primary and to collect funds from the democrats of the State to assist in the expense of it The body s entrustea with the duty of getting call for the primary in legal form attending to other matters and back to the committee as a on Wednesday January 25th Many prominent democrats from all of Kentucky were on hand and of them favored a convention the members of the bad talked with people in their district and knew what the people wanted Sen McCrery scored a victory forhe the only candidate for Governor favored a primary He did not to see a repetition of the Music convention of several years ago Hon Ben Johnson had many of the for him and for that was very strong for convention the WballenHaldarmanJohnson iolition could not put over the con entlon over the wishes of the people Hon James P Edwards the only candidate for Lent Gover ior said that he bad no choice and in the race to win either way the wanted to select the nominees Hughes and Swinebroad sold for R McRobeita to C J B Conn brick part of theMason Hotel for 3500 Their large machine will be placed on the west tide of brick and the front of tIN will be used for storing and dte laying vehicles and iaptaMBte JBT ia MW Unt As action recently that the county the a such all paper unfounded had the the time the In met and of Executive election- in time the vote May named defraying the and will whole parts some however comm- Ittee was whu want Bal poll ticlans reason but announced was people Sale tI City PE L and the property the brick JP i Are t- At neglected funeral Committee primary hop rooms will doanhe lye badaer bear t t4 riaF rrrY i r iii Pay Your Account I m m II We Need The I HASELDEN BRO I0 t X 1 Help Toke Happy 0 0111 M In order to make room for my large Spring Stock of Goods for You can get the greatest bargains in 5 Buggies Wagons Harness x Buggy Robes j Horse Blankets Storm Fronts g Heaters ever placed on the market in Lancaster I W J Eomaas YOUR ACCOUNT IS DUE Come in and settle We Need The Money THIS MEANS YOU Mount Son Co Lancaster Ky I I Thing DaisI Carriage oo o I I I I I I J R FURS AND HiDESPMCE Fe 1Iut awaaT MAIRET PMS vs klM rsesaru + j ZiYetlf P k 1 a 1 y 4 CENTRAL RECORD DTCORPOEATED ISSUED WEEKLY 1100 A YEAR GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor the Post Ggiet Lancaster JTycu SccondCIatt Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Eihth District Publishers Lee Lancaster Ky December 30 191O Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and City Offices f 500 For Offices 1000 FrState and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line Id For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 For Circuit Judge We are authorized to announce Hon Charles A Hardin a for Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial at the November election 1911 1 t to the action of ihe Democrat tasrfle Meetisg- pf the Democratic Exe iu Louisville d will meet with the ne majority of the ie state in so far as it to select Democratic ate ollices- retofore stated our posi the primary election ting party nominees and It whether desired by the we wish elected or his op he history of party conven this and other states are too own to the people to wish for rty to continue a prey for the tonal politician Party bar will be the more general when ajority get what they want and jvv that they have it This condi on seldom comes when a convention beld and very rarely fails in the pri mary election Ve think that the Committee the will of the party when it calltf the primary and that those for uouiiiiatious who are so viciously opposing theprimary do not favor to their candidacy by such position Hun James B McCreary gins to have been the only candidate 7lu encouraged the committee to call a primary and we think that be has greitly added to his hold upon popular corfdence by his manly stand for an bonst primary election Hwever we do believe that Coumittee made a great blunder iu including in the primary election the select ion of a riooiinee of the party for United States Senator This is a party principle to known and to generally accepted for controversy In our last two National Democratic platforms we declared in favor of selec ting United States Senators by direct Yule of the people and for the party in Kentucky to decline to act in with this well known principle seems to us a mistake It is to be hoped that the Committee after reflection will meet and include the selection of a Senator in the pri ll hifafre Ail fefawtaL New methods and plans for public affairs are seldom brought out for general consideration except through some political leaders seek ing preferment by the electors or by incorporating them in a platform of some political party Although every state in the Union has as apolitical issue the initia tive and referendum more or les and many states have adopted it politici ans and political parties in have shoed at the principle in the past We know of no state that has adopted thelnitlative and referendum where there exists any marked with its effect upon legisla tive conditions- In general terms we may the Initiative to be a provision which permits a certain percentage of the people of the state or a city to file a petition asking for the if a certain law and when this is dune the law is initiated At the next general election if a majority of the people vote in favor of the then it becomes a law The initiative only become necessary when the law makers fail to respond to the demands of the people Referendum is a provision which permits a certain percent of the voters to file a petition asking the vote upon the repeal or suspense of a law of a state or an ordinance of city which the legislature or council may enact when not desired by the public The peti tion being filed the law is suspended until approved or rejected by a vote of the people The initiative and referendum Test the people with the same direct to enact and repeal laws as bas the legislature of a state or the council of a city For Kentucky to have such a law would necessitate an aBeadment to our constitution yon do you not favor such law We will have more to say about it in the late crowd have not picked tbelr nan for Lent Governor So tar Mr Edwards to the only candi aaa bt see to be tied to BJ bred fit i and i County hper line 10 ANNOUNCEMENTS part tee held d candid es r ell democratic mary discussed dissatisfaction understand enactment proposition Whallen r wagon o i E ercd FAr Cards candidate District l Th reflect brag roc harmony conducting nearly authority Door The Jab teoe ate dos ent i I There is some Hon Robt Evans of Danvillejniil run fur Eeut Governor and ne sa good man So far be bas not announced Happy Jew Year to each and every one May coming year be a pros perous one to you all ONLY ONE BEST Lwster pIe Give Credit Wfcei Credit Peojlf of Lancaster who suffer with sick kidneys and bad backs want a kid ney remedy that can be depended upon The best is Doans Kidney Pills a medicine for the kidneys only made from pure roots and herbs and the only one that is backed by cures in Lancaster Heres Lancaster testi mony Mrs B F Walter Hill St Lancas ter Ky says I never fail to praise Doans Kidney Pills when I have the opportunity I have not been with out a supply of this remedy in the house for years and whenever my back become lame and painful a few doses bring prompt relief For sometime 1 suffered from kidney trouole The kidney secretions were unnatural and judging from this 1 knew that my kidnays were disordered At that time it was my good fortune to h2ar of Doans Kidney Pills and I procured a supply at Drug Store Through their use mv kidneys were restored to a normal condition For sale by all dealers Price 50 cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo New York sole agents for the United StatesRemember the no other Mr Lem Ivens is improving Miss Pattie Hurt is no better at this writing Missis Marietta and Maggie Ray spent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Vernell and Lettie Ray Miss Vernell and Lettie Ray en tertained a number of their young friends very pleasantly Sunday Mr Marshal Preston of Saybrook 111 is at home with his parents Mrs Bunch Ray and Mrs Nannie Ray spent the first of last week wIth their sister Mrs Sallie Hicks of Crab Orchard Sir and Mrs Kirby Teater and lit tle son Hogan spent her brother Mr Alex Walker of Lancaster Miss Emma Walker of Lancaster is spending a few days with her sister Mrs Kirby Teater Mrs Kitty Lilly of Lexington is with homefolks Mrs Aaron Ray entertained a few of her friends Monday Mr and Mrs Howard Logan spent Saturday night and Sunday with her mother Mrs Steve Walker Leala Teater of this place spent last week with her cousin Miss Vivian Prather of Lancaster Mr Irvin Simpson and Miss Pattie Ray drove to the home ot Elder F M Tinder Saturday afternoon and were united in wedlocks holy bonds The bride wore a white coat suit with hat and gloves to match We wish them a happy and prosperous life CURE CATARRH Easy Heasait ad Costs Bit a Trifle How many readers of the Central Record know that in Inland Australia where the mightiest of eucalyptus trees grow in abundance that tbeie is no consumption catarrh or diseases of the respiratory tract The refreshing balsam thrown out by these trees fills the air and is breathed into the lungs by the inhabi tants and all germ life is destroyed- If you save catarrh you cannot go to Inland Australia except at great expense but you can breathe right in your own home the same pleasant soothing healing germ killing airyou would breathe if you were living in the eucalyptus district of Australia Just breathe HYOMEI it is made from Australian eucalyptus and combined with thymol and other Listerian antiseptics Pour a few drops of YOMEI into the inhaler and breathe it As it passes oyer the catarrh infected mem brane It kills the germs and heals the raw inflamed surface YOMEI is guaranteed to coughs colds croup and sore throat or money back Complete including inhaler 100 Extra of flYOMLI cost but 50 cents Sold by B E McRoberts Son and druggists everywhere To break up cold in head or chest in a few minutes pour ateaspoonful of Hyomei into a bowl of boiling water cover head and bowl with towel and breathe the vapor PREACH ERSV1LLE Mr Leslie Melvin who his been at Parker City Ind for two years has returned to visit his mother Mrs P E ParishMr Jones L Anderson and little daughter Victoria have re turned from a visit to Rev T H Thornton and family at Honaker Va Mr Troy Duval bas returned home after a long sojourn in the State of la diana The Misses Holtzclaw of Gilberts Creek were visitingMrs sonMr J W Aker delivered some eigh ty pound boats to MX B T Luns ford sold some time ago at eight cents Misses MeXlisterand the Mm are spending the holidays with the tKHMfolks are ati P j i J i the I Flshies nameDoansanda- ke Xmas with L Its care bottles J H sPetu They tali t that Is Die Loyl bliss scientifically Catarrh outfit Thom The r t r S Ends Winters Troubles- To winter is a season of trou ble The frost bitten toes and fingers chapped hands and chilblains cold sores red and rough prove this But such troubles fly before Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial con vinces Greatest healer of Burns Boils Piles Cuts Sores Eczema and Sprains Only 25c at E E McBoberts Son 1m tending the E K N school au Rich mondMr K J Smith has moved to Hy attsvilleMr Harris shot himself in the leg accidentally Mrs Timothy Naylor is convalscing a Word received from the Lexington asylum says that Mr Menefee Elmore has pneumonia- Mr and Mrs Ben T Lunsford Jr of Garrard visited Mr and Mrs Lunsford Sr Mr J H Thompson sold some eigh ty pound shoats to George Spoona more at seven onehalf cents Rev Pierce Bryant has resigned his care of tne Baptist Church here His sermon ou Sunday finished bis year The exhibition given by the Hobbs and Preachersville schools at the M E Church here was a success It was one of the best ever held here and re flects much credit on both the pupils and their teachers Misses Howard and Holtzclaw The large Xmas tree was a feature of interest and a source of much pleasure to the little folks Old Santa was present and is a spry old considering his age RHEUMATISMCu- red By The Marvel Of The Century B B BTested For 30 Years Aching bones swollen joints perma nently 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 shooting pains up and down the leg aching back or shoulder blades joints or swollen muscles difficul ty in moving around so you have to use crutches blood thin or skin pale skin itches and burnt shifting pains bad breath lumbaog gout take Bo ttnic Blood Balm B B B which will remove every symptom because B B U sends a rich tingling flood of warm i Ji pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves bones and joints giving warmth and strength just where it is needed and iu this way making a per feet lasting cure of Rheumatism in all its forms B B B has made thousands of cures of rheumatism after all other medicines liniments and doctors have failed tj help or cure druggists or by express 100 per large bottle with di rections for home cure Sample sent free by writing Blood Balm Co Ga free medical advice given Sold by F P Frisbie 1m Commissioners Sale Personal Property GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Garr Scott Co Plaintiff VSJ Broods Others Defendants Pursuant to a judgement of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered in the above stj led cause at its November term 1910 The undesigned Commis sioner will on Saturday DECEMBER 31st 1910 at about one oclock P M sell to the highest and best bidder at public out cry one sawmill and engine described as follows This property will be sold on the premises where it is located One twentytwo horse power engine on wheels No 14112 and the usual appurtenances manufac tured by Garr Scott GO one ponev sawmill No 3637 one 60 12 fourply drive bell also variable feed solid carriage cable drive two excelsior dogs best tightener 60 saw No 26 227 8 and 9 guage geared knee reced jer which personal property is pres ently situated in Rockcastle County Kentucky at or near Conway in said CountyIt to the court that the personal property adjudged to be sold cannot be removed to the County seat without extraordinary expenditure and it appearing is practically impossible to bring said property from its present location the Master is ordered TO SELL SAID PERSONAL PRO PEttTY AT THE PLACE WHERE IT IS SITUA TEDThe purpose of this sale is to satisfy a debt of one thousand five hundred fifty dollars with interest thereon at six per cent per annum from March 24th 1909 until paid subject to a credit of fifty dollars 5000 paid Sep tember 25th 1909 twenty dollars 82000 paid September 28th 1909 and fifty dollars 50 00 paid January 20th 1910 Debt and interest amounting to one thousand five ninety one dollars and sixty three cents 159163 to date of sale December 31st 1910 and costs approximated 12417 of court proceedings for TERMS This sale will be made on a credit of six months time with interest at six per cent per annum from date of sale until paid Said purchaser will be re quired to give bond with approved se curity the said bond to have the force and effect of a judgement and shall be a lien upon the property sold and execution of Seri facias may Issues said bond If is not paid when due December 12th 1910 Mound City Paints may cost a trifle lips skins I after severe illness swollen Describeyourtroubleand OF thatit Commissioner renderedin upon same CCore buUCC1 JJH many Ben- T fellow Atlanta portable isf Report of the Condition OF THE Garrard Bank Trust Co conducting both a Banking Business and a Trust Company Business at Lancaster County of Garrard State of Kentucky AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 15th day of Dee 1910 RESOURCES Loans and Discounts with one or more endorsers or sureties Real Estate Mortgages 12002 00 Call Loans on Collateral Time Loans on Collateral 5500 00 Other Stocks Bonds Etc Due from National Banks 20831 63 Due from State Banks and Bankers Due from Trust Companies United States and National 5002 00 Bank Notes Specie 3S 53 Checks and other cash items 1211 48 Exchange for Clearing house Overdrafts secured 39i 23 Overdrafts unsecured Taxes Current Paid M 1 00 Real EstateBanking House 8000 00 Other Estate Furniture and Fixtures 6800 00 Other Assets not Included under any of above heads Total 5105727 X LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid Inln cash of which is invest ed for tbe Trust Business of the Company as iu S12A Ken tucky Statutes 50000 Surplus Funds 50000 Undivided Profits 1H07 47 Fund to pay Taxes 10470 191 I1 Deposits subject to checkou which Interest not paid exclusive of Trust Funds 07000 13 Time certificate of deposits on which interest is 2611 00 Uninvested Trust Funds on deposit Checks Cashiers Checks outstanding Due National Banks Flue State Banks and Bankers Due Trust Notes and Bills rediscounted 20060 00 20000 Bills Unpaid Other not includ ed under any of the above heads Total lf57J7 iO State of Kentucky County of Garrard Set I J W of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above state ment is true to best of my knowledge and belief J W Elmore Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th day of Dec 1910 My Commission Expires January 29th 1912 D A Thomas Correct Attest 10120 81 118709 81 20834 538853 121148 ro 41I12 00 9o 00 93815 00 dividends e otary I I si 219 134416u required 13 V A Lear W R Cook J R Haselden I Directors Report of the Condition- OF THE PEOPLES BANK doing business at Paint Lick town of Paint Lick County of Garrard State of Kentucky AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON TilE 15th day of Dec TQIO RESOURCES 1 Loans and Discounts 109439 00 2 U S and other Bonds Stocks and Securities 3 Due from Banks 6244 81 Actual Cash on hand 38Ki 51 5 Checks cash items and for clearing 6 Un secured 272718 2SS1 40 Current expenses and taxes tti 80 18 Real 15COOO Furniture and Fixtures Total 1500 00 9 Other Assets not included un der any of the above heads Total l2o2 52 LIABILITIES 10 Capital Stock paid in in cash 1GOOO 00 11 Surplus 10000 00 Undivided profits 880 68 Total 10880 CS 12 Heporiitsoii which interest is paid Deposits on which interest is not paid JtSOiin 25 Total Deposits MG17 25 13 outstanding Certified Total 14 Due to Beaks 731 59 15 Notes and Bills rediscounted Si20000 Bills payable 3250000 Total 15 Other liabilities not included un der any of tne above heads Total 123832 51 COUNTY OF GARRARD cr I W G Kemper Cashier of the above named Bank do solemnly swear that the above state j ment is true tothe best of my knowledge and belief W G KEMPER Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by G Kemper this 24th day of Dec 1910 A B Estridge Notary Public My Commission expires January 31 1914 Correct Attest OerdraltsSecured SI5l2 i E tate 00 STATE OF W exchange S 1 1700 KENTUCKY1 i J S Burrows J B Woods W C Wynn I Directors 1 Report of the Condition Bunk Of Bryantsville doing business at town of Bryantsville County of Garrard State of Kentucky AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE 15th day of Dec 1910 RESOURCES 1 Loans and Discounts 38590 H2 2 U S and other Bonds Stocks and Securities 3 Due from Bauks 2485 K 4 Actual Cash ou hand 1851 35 5 Check cash items and for clearing 6 overdraftsSecured 81841 19052 1038 93 7 Current expenses and taxes paid 396 so 8 Real Estate 251125 Furniture and Fixtures 17 43 lotal 4 9 Other Assets not included un der any of the above heads Total 4857810 LIABILITIES 10 Capital Stock paid in in cash 15000 00 11 Undivided 93994 Total 12 Deposits on which interest is 800000 Deposits on which interest is not S 17438 16 Total Deposits 35438 16 13 Cashiers checks outstanding Certified S Total 14 Due to Banks 15 Notes and Bills redfscounted Bills payable 600000 Total 16 Other liabilities included under any of the above beads 48578 10 State of Kentucky County of Garrard ss I J C Williams Cashier of the abevfe named Bank do solemnly swear that the above statement is true to the best of knowledge and belief J C WILLIAMS Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by J C Williams this 2 th day of Dee 1910 My Commission expires Jany29tb 1012 D A Thomas Notary Public R C C Becker A ScottDirectors The handsomest Calender of all is the one sent out by The National Stockman and Farmer Pittsbnrg Pa It will be sent to an one who will send 10 coma to pay package and tall 58 1 OF THE H 120000 2139 W 8000 00 TotalS Ballard j jHJ exchange Unsecured not poe 8sdor lt J The Place For I Pimento j Cheese 1 Cod Fish Cherries EuchridPickle DelMonte j 1 Pine Apple I We have s the nicestfc Hand Painted 1 CHIN A 1 in town Our prices be sure and come in be fore you buy I We will pay the highest market S pricefor produce HENS Sets Chickens 8 to 9cts Geese 7 to Ticts Young Roosters 6to7i Ducks lOcts Eggs 28 to 29 cents COAL 14itoI7c Cannel Coal 20cts Butter 16 to 1 7cts Turkeys to 14cts- H B NORTBCOTT DEPOT STREET Oraes catarrh or back Jpsf Complete outfit l l COc Druggists I t lH WI I I Oranges BananasGrape 1 Apples E Raisers IINuts Coca Nuts Candies of all kinds Peanut But ter I I Olives I Maraschino r IlIne of I I are right so I 1J I Theo 12 itmn F Curry s- g Grapes Curryy t JYOMEIy breathe AND eats VtIE INVITE TRIAL ORDERS Satisfaction Guaranteed DAYISDt WAlKH We Butcher the BEST Young Stock Only Produce Wanted r V lJ ckocors Point to the White Swan Flour- as the best cf all the know what they are a bout If there is one thing women can judge well it is flour IIWhe i f lfi Women Tell your grocer to send you a sack of the WHITE SWAN FLOUR If you do not declare it the best you ever used you will be the first to whom it has not successfully appealed Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills ALEX WALKER Prop fi JWWWl BARNS AND TO3ACCO WITH ELDEN 5 Office National Bank of Lancaster J WALKEK President J S JOKXSOX Vie Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tbi NATIONAL BANK Oi LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000 U F HUDSON Cashier V O RISNSY Asst rabr C D WALKKK Bookkeeper J J WALICEU Iu Asst BookKeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIREGTOKS J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker T JrL Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker t A Arn W ii I i AA M7 Y r 1 1 II INSURED YOUR TOBACCO I I t1 EAZLEY 8 Phone 3I- j O to I w i 1 oR t l4- i 1I nag t ri Youll Have To WHISTLE a long time for even as good lumber as ours You can whistle forever and get no better There isnt any AVe stay on top in the lumber business just I I I I 111 III 11 iI fjwI i because of the superiority of our beams boards timbers Ask any builder if it pays to buy the best lumber His aiitsrase hpuld make you our customer l Lancaster Lumber III 1 MIg COP I llr s 1II1II etc wij a fq IJirrg mM- I I A Inn L I BUY 1 and let me m Finish your pic 1 tures for you M McRobers 1 IiII1ajj John M f r Its and JOSEPHS now have on display the very best and prettiest patterns i Wilton Velvets Axministers and Tapestry Brussels v All Yarn Carpets also Granite Carpets can be found in our stock at very reasonable prices Makings in the Newest Importations are also shown for the early Spring HouseCleaners The Joseph Mercantile Company j a VlJIa- oi t i Moving Day Jn Lan aster 1 I 9x12 Druggets Made In 1 Ii I I J I J Q vvL v sasar aarw j i 1 Gossip About People A Brief Mofien ef the Comings and 0 l y tyUMW Wt An In Dan Elkin is at home for the holi days David Rankin is in Atlanta for a short stay Dr Carman of Paint Lick was in town Monday Bradley Bourne is in the city of Lex iogton visiting friends Floyd Swope of State College is here for a visit Mrs Frank Todd has been reported quite sick for the past week Dr H M Grant is at home from Norfolk Va for a weeks visit Minnie Gully is in Richmond for several days visit to relatives G S Greenleaf is in Richmond Mr and Mrs John Greenleaf Elijah Ford is at home from State College for the Christmas holidays Miss Cynthianst Cox of Hubble is visiting her sister Mrs Frank Todd Mr R J Ray of Xicholasville spent Xmas with friends and relatives here Mrs Ann Robinson is in Paint Lick visiting her sister Mrs James Fran cis Mr and Mrs A H Hoeing day for a visit to relatives in Lexlog tonMiss Bessie Brown is with her grand mother Mrs Will Biakeman of Kirks sine Miss Allene Bourne is in Louisville her sister Mrs Fred Neigh dues Mrs Carry Davidson is in visiting her daughter Mrs Z T Rice Mr C W Love of Desmoines Iowa is the guest of Mr and Mrs F S Hugnes Miss A Hie Yantis is the guest of her frjend Miss Sad Baughman of Hus Elmore of the Normal school Richmond is here for the season Miss Della Tinder of the Richmond Normal school is here for the Christ mas Holidays Pr and Mrs A g prjpg af ffird guesfc Sunday ftf Mr and MrsEfl Price Miss Annell TamUnsons many friends will regret to hear she is ill of typhoid fever Mrs R A man of Richmond is egpected soon for a visit to her sister Mrs J B Soper Mr and Mrs Lillard Miles of Somer have been recent guests of Mr and Mrs A C Mules Gus Dunn of State College is here for a visit to his mother Mrs W A Price Miss Angie Kinnaird is at home to spend Christmas from the D and D Danville Iff end Mfs jepwe A McEoberts fit Cqvington are with Lancaster ref tires for the holidays hales left Mon visiting J Richmond 9 e fmvillIi Miss Jfary tap the D set Lexington r Lexington 1 visiting 4 r Yuletide w r institute Miss Flossie May Sutton is visiting j friends in Buckeve Miss Maude Smith of Corbin is here for a visit to Lancaster friends Miss Bessie Singleton left Tuesday for a visit to relatives in Richmond Mr S B Jennings and family spent Xmas day with Mr and Mrs J R Henderson Mr and Mrs George Robinson of Danville are guests of Mrs Rebecca West and family W C Fish of Paint Lick is at home after a visit to his son W S Fish and family of Stanford Adolph Joseph of Peru Indiana is here for a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs Jacob Joseph Dadsel Taylor and little daughter are guests cf A J Meadows and family at Hyattsville Miss Mary Rankin of Madison Insti tute is at home with her parents Mr and Mrs T C Rankin Miss Nannie B Herring lids from a visit to Mr and Mrs Yin fre Duncan of Stanford Mr ind Mrs J U Bourne have been in Stanford visiting their clanyh ter Mrs W K Warner Miss Fannie Bishop is making a visit to in Tulsa Texas stud Mr rind Mrs Ernest Bohon Camp bell were guests Monday of the mother Mrs Joanna Ball Misses Kathleen Buy of Mass and Mary Livingston also of Mass are guests of the Misses Rankin Mrs J L Todd of Lancaster has been the guest of hex Homefolks in Paint Lick for the past week Mr and Mrs Powell Duncan and son James of Nicholasville are guests of Mr and Mrs S G Hasel n Miss Lua Xlothwe of Anderson In tiiana is the guest of her niece Mrs Burdette Ramsey of Paint Lick W C Davis is in Campbellsville spending the Christmas holidays with his daughter Mrs W T Malone Mrs W A Henderson and niece Lettie Jennning are visiting Mr and Mrs John Williams utpreachersville Mrs Sallie Marat and daughter Miss Wadie Lee Maret are in Frank fort visiting Mr and Mrs Grant Trum bo Samuel Walters of Frankfurt was the guest several days the past week of his parents Mr John Waiters Mrs R H Whtttaker of Neosko Falls Kansas is spending the holidays With her parents M mid Mrs J W Puniphrey Miss and brother Mr Earl Totem of Paint Lick were the guests of Miss Annie Todd Saturday and Sunday Miss Scotta Petty will leave shortly for a visit to her sisters Mesdames Totten Brown and Thurmau of Illinois Hon William Jennings Price and Mrs R Graham Price of Danville were guests of Mesdames Mattie P and Fred Frisbee Miss Ida Putts and niece Miss Qra Prather leave this week Tor days stay and M s Oil e Potts of Richmond Mr and Mrs Jones Anderson and I Nola returned fr eud Oklahoma lat trs ssJ I Mrs r Jessie Totem I Decatur a J protracted Chicago thud se era wait Fir little daughter Miss Victoria Ander son are in HonaKer Va visiting Rev and Mrs Thornton Mr Harrison Estes and family of Lexington are visiting his parents Mr snd Mrs S H Estes also Mr Harvey Estes from Georgetown Col lege Miss Emma Kauffman and daughter Miss Frankye and son H Clay Kauff man are spending the holidays in Rich mond with Mr and Mrs John Green leafThe Odd Fellows held a sumptuous banquet Monday evening at the Odd Fellows hall Appropriate toasts were given and a good time indulged in Mr and Mrs Towles Walker wil leave Lancaster shortly to reside it Connersville Ind They take will them many good wishes for prosperit in their new home Misses Nancy Walker of Randolph Macon College Lynchburg Va ano Martha Kavanaugh of Cleveland Col lege Tenn are here to spend the hol idays with homefolks CJMiss Margaret Barret Brown her Sunday School class Tues day afternoon in honor of her cousin Miss Mary Barret Brown and Robert Brovn of Barboursvilie Judge Lewis L Walker was in Louisville this week to attend the Circuit Judges Association of About thirty Judges were present at the meeting Dr J L Slavin Mrs Nannie Jones and 3lr and Mrs Guy Hundlev of Danville motored Tuesday and were guests of Mr and Mrs T L Slavin near this city Mrs R T Embry will entertain Friday evening In honor of Mrs Jen nie West cue of Lancasteis most pop ular matrons Delicious refreshments will be served to the guests Mrs William R Cook entertained the Tuesday afternoon Cub this week The house was beautifully decorated with Ivy holly and mistletoe The refreshments we e ciaSntily served and in Mrs D W Bridges entertained in honor of a number of her friends Wed nesday afternoon at the Graded School The building was decorated with hol ly mistletoe and presented a pleasing sight inviting refreshments were served Christmas eve Eider F M Tin two couples in marriage Simpson anti Miss Pattie Ray of Buckeye Thomas Underwood and Miss Maggie Della Eason of Bryants vine The weddings transpired at tb residence of Mr Tinder Mrs R E McRoberts was the lies tess Thursday night to the members of the Womans Club The handsome home presented an enchanting scene adorned with Christmas decorations Choice and daintily served were also in order Miss Mary Clay Williams the pope lar young of Mr and Mrs W I Williams was At Home Monday evening to a number of friends A d tinty course of were served and all tcok a regretful leave of their schoolmate who leaves wi th her parents week for Tulsa Qkla Miss Kathleen Walter ope of the seasons young was al bu me to her many friends Tuesday cvpningata Barbocue Rally The home was most artistically decorated I Kentucky I to Garrard IOn I refreshments refreshments net t r tant3 I entertained courses debt e Christmas Goods of all kind ntlSBIES DRUG STOEE I t 4 s iV i S 4 4y vith choice refreshments and the bright animated faces of the younger society set made the occasion a happy Eiss Lillian Cochran entertained a number of her young friends Tuesday eveningThe invitations have been issued Mrs Ross Bastin An Informal Tea 4 to 6 P M To meet Miss Sue Anna Lear SKIN AFFECTIONS Whether On Infant Or Grown Person Cured By Zemo And Zemo Soap An Unusual Offer The R E McRoberts Son Store says to every person be it man woman or child who has an irritated tender or itching skin to come to our store and procure a bottle of ZEMO and a cake of ZEMO soap and if you are not entirely satisfied with results come back and get your money So confident are we of the efficacy of this clean simple treatment that we make you this unusual offer ZEMO is a clear liquid for external use that has cured so many cases of eczema pimples dandruff and other forms of skin eruption ZEMO and ZEMO soap are the most economical as well as the cleanest and most effect lye treatment for atiections uf the skin whether on infant or grown person 1m TEATERSYILLE Mrs Nath Bogie has been quite sick Mrs Pattie Noel is very ill at this writingMr East spent Saturday night with his cousin Mr Rona East Mrs Walter Grow has been the re cent guest of her parents Mr and Thomps Sebastine Mr and Mrs Walter Casey and little children have been visiting relatives in Madison county Mr Wilson Hurt received a severe cut recently by cutting wood with an axMr and Mrs Bert Moberly have been recent guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Owen East Agee is in Lancaster friends at this writing Miss Virna Sebastine Las been a re cent guest of her friend Miss Lucy DaileyMr Mrs James Hume spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Travus HumeMr Mrs Joe Hendren and little son Elmer Wilson have been recent guests of her parents Mr and Mrs Farris Agee Mr and Mrs Lewis Miller and Miss Floence Cook have been recent guests of friends and relatives in Jessamine countyMiss Mantle Roberts of Rufchton and Hjsses Mary Barr and Florence Cook were guests of Mrs Robert Broaddus Friday Mjss Mary Barr closed her school at the Fork school house Friday There were several presents given Misses Dora Mae East and Lora Murphy also Messrs Robert Carter and Randal Lemay were guests of Miss Mattie Turner Saturday night suds Sunday Saves Fr How an appalling m his family was prevented Is told by A D McDonald of Fayetteville N C R F p No 8 uMy sister had consump tion1 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 was tried and sa completely cured her that she has not been trou bled with a cough since Its the best medjc ne I ever savior beard For coughs cold asthma crcup bemprrbageaJV bronchial trou 8 it baa no equal Kfc tlOO Trial Guarant one I IloWing I I I 2 g or scalp Mrs Miss Texie I I I Awful Death calamity of M SoD iJi j lie pleasant visiting afternoon Discovery r trattle use tic Roberta f inH Wanted To Help Some One For thirty years J F Boyer of Fer tile Mo needed help and couldnt find it Thats why he wants to help some one now Suffering so long him self he feels for all distress from Back ache Uervausness Loss of Appetite Lassitude and Kidney disorders He shows that Eiectiic work wonders for such troubles Five bottles he writes wholly cured me and now I am well and healthy Its also pos itively guaranteed for Liver Trouble Dyspepsia Blood Disoaders Female Complaints and Malaria Try them 50c at R E McRoberts Son 1 m YOULL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN FOIL SALE OK REXT A five room house with four acres of ground For information call phone 245 Lancaster exchange 12302t For Sale Two took cases extension dining sideboard wardrobe clothes press and some other articles of furniture W I Williams 122tf House And Lot For Sale Rouse and lot on the waters of Dix River four acres more or less in the edge of Lincoln county Good house of four rooms good fence For sale by the fifteenth of January John Coffey Itpd rI I J 4C 1 Betsys Pointers a woman 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 goods is at R S Browns Santa Clause has lifted the lid at this store and finds it filled to the roof Daily Thought It Is not so much what we do as what we are that tells in this world Womans Age often does not agree appearance Pain and add to the years till many women look much older than they really are Many women avoidingpain by the regular use of that remedy for women Wine of Cardui keep thai youth and beauty ofchristmas with her suffering I effectual Take CARDUIIi Mrs Annie Vaughan eigh N C tried I was sick and worn out almost unto death My sister finally persuaded me to tike Cardui Before I had taken iive bottles I was wft and it Is for wo men tonic building quali tie should restore you gently to Stealth Thousands of iMn have found it to give lasting benefit For sale everywhere Cardul and writes Cardul leak strong t wit liters Tr t Dont Stop to Argue We have Everything Suits and MARKED DOWN R H MI I EM I If You Made Your Xmas Cake WITH Glen Lily Flour We know it was good Garrard Milling Company PHONE LANCASTER KENTUCKY j l rs IJ8t I I G e I Overcoats land Rubber fiJ I BATS N ID jgBT m jm iJmrt1 frJ J rr1rsl 4 t I j i i i f i f 47 i 1IIIIIIIIIIIIJIIllldlIIIIIIIIlrlllIIIII D Ladies its oLo 1ens G4r- oLOW 1 THE NationalBonk Of Lancaster Sinks 20000 A R DEXNV President J B STOHMES Vice Preat S C DENY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr B T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson John E S C Dennv J L Gill WI Williams Capital 50000 I stormes penny goes too The GAK vites accounts from salarid little as one dollar that sum has become a go checfcit puts on thoughtte wills r 7 YrA ry The First p- to indepe nden e- fulness in The usau R oJ I OH CHEN sRiB 4 N r 1 a 1 Y7 T Tr 4L T Prer Vice Treas r B F BUCKLEY W SCOTT s f i 1 i1 J T t f i f S t d v IInjy DAN Ii iJ r IiM- grs icco Warehouse Company INCORPORATED Both Phones 964 Opp State jThiversity S Upper to Lime Lexington Ky The Leading Warehouse in Lexington over45OOOpO poundssince opening V of season October 15 191O 7 Offers superior inducements to farmers of Central j5Jv Kentucky to sell their tobacco in the largest best ff lighted and best equipped loose leaf tobacco ware y T houfe in the world J 500000 square feet floor space 500000 pounds capacity of loose leaf tobacco f Retrying plant of 75000 pounds per day Pri vate trait free to all railroads capacity 15 cars load ed or unloaded under Shelter for one hundred and fifty wagons stable room for 300 horses Open day and Night We have sold an interest to the Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Company who are rep by Mr B F Buckley of Bourbon County one of the most ezperience tobacco ware aoustmen in the state Strict personal attention paid to the receiving grading assorting and sell of each in div gal crop WHETHER LOOSE OR IN HOGSHEADS if necessary we can floor to loose leaf and one to hogshead tobacco through seasonCall see us and be fully convinced where to sell your tobacco either loose leaf or I E Central Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse INCORPORATED LEXINGTON KENTUCKY We Qordially Invite TO SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH US We feel that we are justified in telling you your tobacco will bring as much money sold over our floors as any market in the country Lexington and Louisville not excepted For the past ten days we have made a BETTER AVERAGE daily per hundred than either Louisville orLexington We now have seven permanent buyers located in Danville buying for the largest Factories in this and foreign countries For the past ten days there has been a steady increase in prices On some grades of 50 per cent Buy ers pronounce our new house on Walnut Street the best lighted m Central Kentucky The best evi dence of this is that our average been better per hundred than any other house in Danville We charge nothing for rejections Your tobacco is insured the minute it gets into our doors and your check is ready for you in thirty minutes after the sale is over Sales will everyday except Saturday during the season Write us for information pANVIbfeE TOgACCO WAREHOUSE CO INCORPORATED Tobacco GrowersATTENTION loose floor sale atthe peoples Tobacco Warehouse on Perryville street immediately east of the Queen Crescent Railway is being held every day Buyers from all leading factories are on hand All tobac cto placed on sale in uniform grades each grade bringing the highest market price We make no charge k rejections and willsell your tobacco until you are satisfied with the price you receive All insurance is I by UB and your tobacco is protected from itenters our house until it is sold Experienc via charge of all departments to guard your interest advice as is the auvics tobacco that ymytfape your upon the market as soon as it has been stripped It weighs i o t f extra hauung and get the use of your money s X- efcaitfce capacity to accommodate fifty loads of tobacco atonetime and ftf f ii Re ember the kxatioD Perry ville immediately east of Jr win MHs the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse he has had twenty r lf rieyt bacco hie jn4gpnietit OB tobacco you get freV He is s J iflM MVMCtlMIM l The ntu 1iJ I I lIa I I I i I pr day r shelter I ti one in heads J ji t c has beheld i The t the minute t r r i Ii l r t 5 t f k Srl t I t rif t t r Ijc titLcoIet r v p m8f 1hr 7 I s t14i 3t Jtl J 1 t r f t I 9j sold 1 r i v vented dev6f r c t T YOU b over house t IA fid Our fall r tobacco ntY 5 ee tea street Oat s r e expaience in the t5zfs t The Democratic Committee in and for the Thirteenth Circuit Court of Kentucky pursuant to the call of Chairman G L Penny at the office of Chenault HuRuely in Danville Boyle County Kentucky on Friday December 1 1910 at 30 P M and the members from Lincoln Mercer and Boyle were present in and the member from Garrard was present by proxy held by Chairman J C Bonta of Mercer 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 adopted 1 A primary election is hereby called to be held in the several voting precincts of the Thirteenth Circuit Court District ofKentucky 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 for the purpose of nominating a Demo cratic for the office of Judge of the Thirteenth Circuit Court trict of Kentucky to be voted for the special election to be held on the first Tuesday after the first 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 do so 3 Any person desiring to become a candidate for the Democratic for said office shall not later than Saturday February 18 1911 give notice of bis intention so to do in writing to G L Penny Chairman of the District Committee of the District and in addition shall at the time of giving such notice deposit with said chair man the sum of 80000 and no person failing so to do shall be permitted to become or to be a candidate at said election 4 Said District Committee will meet at the office of its Secretary Danville Kentucky on Monday Feb ruary 20 1911 at two F M standard time and if at tbe exphation of the time fixed by Section 3 hereof there be not more than one candidate for said office who has complied with the condidions of Section 3 then the shall resolve into a nomi nating convention and shall declare such person to be the nominee for the office and shall refund to such candi date tbe amount deposited by him less the costs then accrued for advertising and preparing for said 5 The polls shall be opened in each and every voting precinct of all the counties in the district aforesaid in 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 the general election law and the retuns shall be made to the of the respective counties in the District who will deliver the stub books the certificates and any 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 in accordance with the of the primary election law 8 Each shall be entitled to designate by a written notice to the chairman of each county in the District not less than five days prior 4 1911 the name of one person ier each voting precinct in said county to act as challenger and inspector for said candidate at said primary J 9 The Committee shall meet at tifq P M standard at the office of its Secretary in Danville Kentucky on the next day after tbe returns shall have been made and canvass the vote cast at said election and issue a nomination 10 The chairman of the Committee is directed to employ a competent person to copy from the regular registration books made fur tbe cities of Danville and Harrods burg for the 1910 election the names of all Democrats and the person so employed shall return the copies cer tified 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 he will procure the necessary election supplies and cause them together with tbe ballots to be delivered to the officers of election as required by law 11 The chairman will cause copies of this resolution by himself and the secretary of the committee to be posted one at the court house door in Stanford Lancaster Danville and Harrodsburg and in twenty other conspicuous places in each Dis trict for not lees forty days prior to February 11 1911 said notice shall also be published in each newspaper in District On motion the Committee then ad journed GL Penny Chairman Chenault Huguely Secretary 1223 FineHew Automobile Tires cbead made goods Save you 60 per cent oatire cost Any style bead 28x2412 0 30x31375 30x3 i f1780 p Danjopslo per cent Tubes 15V per p t j oiC tlf 0t t- r J 1 t person voters I nomination Thirteenth CircuitCourt committee itself I r lonsof chairman questioned candidates provisions candidate committee toMarch certificate Democratic 32S iU2i t J 1 o IS srdka L11b w jIM Y Pr Lj 1OFFIaALcALL District met which candidate di a t i prov time Distrl certified one than and not trust 9o 34X2I90 0 31 Public Salt VSV Of stock and etc l Having to niafre a change I on Thursday Jan 12 1911 at iny place fourth of a mile froin Hub ble on the old Danville Pike at ten oclock sharp sell to the highest and best bidder the following property to wit 5 Extra good work mules from four to six years old 7 coming fcvo year old mules 3 good coming three year old horses well broke to drive 1 good combined mare four years old well broke gentle for ladies to drive 1 good family horse nine years old 110 extra good ewes and 3 bucks 2 extra good milk cows 2 good Jersey heifers calve in February 1 good Polled Sugur Bull 5 good brood sows and 15 shoats 100 barrels of corn in crib 4 stacks 20 shocks of sorghum all of my fanning implements including one extra good hay press household and kitchen fur niture 1 upright piano good as new TERMS All sums ten dollars and under cash in hand all over that limouut a credit of six months without interest with a good note well indorsed made payable in the blink LIVE STOCK MARKET CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS Dec Cattle Hogs Sheep Receipts 4W 1JJi ii3 Shipments 5 r rJ 000 CATTLE Shippers iVC rQO Butcher steers extra 5 f0l Good to choice 4 75 5 50 Common to fair 75lpO Heifers extra 5105JT Good to choice JJ5 00 Common to fair oo40o Cows extra 4oO17 Good to choice 37 4io Common to fair J50 50 Canners 2 50 Bulls balognas s 4f0 Extra 4H c4 Fat bulls 4SV4S5 CALVES extra OC0 00 750 K75 Common and large 4 00 4 5 HOGS good packers and butchers S OOC 5 S 10 Mixed 005 8 10 Stags 5 Ton Common to choice heavy fat sows gory 7 50 Light shippers SCOoiSlO Pigs 110 Ibs and less 700isio SVg 4 0 Good to choice S5075 Common to fair 20tX 5 LAMES extra i 0 CO Common to fair 4 X 5 I 1c 2 j cr decided I extra hay of Bournet S ill S J Fair to good packerS Ira SHEEP extra Good to choice 3 fo 9J I will one u 57 f t r Ka g a J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31 Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER KY nereby give warn to all persons not to trespass upon lands for any purpose whatever will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice jar M Farra Squire R Parsons- W S Ferguson Ed X B Price E F Ilerrin W A Price S Rich Mrs P Kinnaird T A Dave Thompson J V Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels D B Anderson B C Arnold W G Anderson II C Hamilton L H Brown G Y Conn T W Conn JG Conn Pilgrimage Tobaco Co Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr W Burnett O G Gay W K Leavell E Dunn THS COUCH POSTEDThe undersigned ling W S Embry L Elkin G Clark K b R THE LUHCS tC I J A ago t ri WITH FDR Dr Kings cOUCHS QLDS AiD ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES SGTARAirrESD TISFACIOSK OB 2IONSY SE2I7IJDE3X R E McRoherts Drug Store Ii w 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 long and look as well 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 Pasf YOUR TOBACCO We will pay highest market price at all times De livereither at Paint Lick or Stanford T W P KINCAID DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO Residence 199 Stanford Kentucky OOJ fireproof stormproof and very easily laid S ELL t li t J1 Phone s o Theyre The Feeed That Fattens HI G H GRADE r ew DiSCOVery I1 Cotton Seed Meal Guaranteed 41 per cent protein Write for WILLIAM A BURNETT Louisville Ky 1901 Represented in Lancaster by Hudson fit Hughes CITY TAXES AT ONCE The penalty goes on January 1st 1911 I have to settle in full with the city at the first Council Meeting in January bothfor the Taxes and Water Bills Save the penalty and pay at7 i and Water Collector prices Established Eay CULr r Ltt 14rronfax r Who Is Who to get the next Xmas Hair Cut at the best shop In town Always at your service HENRY DUNCANS BARBER SHOP ox RICHMOND STREET Jersey Bull Henij Simpson W Season 1910 fl J Count SurveyorPH- ONE 3S33 Office over F G Hurts furniture store Lancaster Kentucky RING LOWELL KENTUCKY Get him to cry your sales Best of references I I CARDS I f JWSWEENEY TIN LY 1 W T Auctioneer t 5 E I WJlorron GraduateOpticiasG- las i Fined Satl fuetion Guaranteed M K Denny DENTIST Office over Miss Arnolds Millinery H J PATRICK Dentist All Work Guaranteed Paint Lick Kentucky nmf DRWHIBTIRKETT Phvsicon and Surgeon Office over Logans store Residence Phone Office Phone 6 Cut Rowers of QUALITY Ware McRoberts Hughes Swinebroad REAL ESTATE- Sell Farms on low Commission Titles Abstracted Phone 221 Dr J B Kinnaird Physical Mi SurgeM Office Danville street Residence Phone 9 Office Phone 89 Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave The OIly Wtife sabers fa Ton See the tall sign North side of Public Square M HOUSE J E Robinson UWYEl art CWINIY Practice in all State Courts and u S District Court Office over Police Court Phone 194 Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing La dies and Mens Garments Shoe Repairing Phone 30 Public Square Second band clothes sold commission b W Faulkner 0Igr Office Hours Office over 3 ra to 12 1 pmto 4 Store J3 F WALTER DENTIST 65 McaaMxir I hive just Opened tip a unrf dam Barber Shop OD Lexingtoa street seattotkepwt office and wfli W gbAM IHKVK my fiiendt to cal JOHN DUNCAN I I 5 1 JlIU JUU I I I I I I I J i 111 Two oa a Stormes Drag Phone 1 ATTIC Twill 1 sc R Q- Ti pRt Q o 11NMirs A