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Digital page images are linked to the text file. .s - -- Ax'rrr w ? tft 5 ' B u V ikJ v-- HI XT'- A .Fron ,r27ic Land of Now S r ENTRAL RECOR GOVERNMENT. y PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DE,iIOCRACl ANDGOOD S From " The' Land jf Now NUMBER TWENTY FIRST YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1914. new year 39. right, subscribe W. Cf T. U. MR. W. F. CHAMP, Saturday is the annual election of Cashier The Citizens National Bank of the members are request- WI Sixty two people were burried in the ep to be piesenf Lancaster, Kentucky. m ' L'lticaiter i;citiiitfrj uuuuk imo ,1910 5 PLUM HOT Iff $9 ; Corrections. sold to James A. Ben D. Ilerndon In the last issue.we stated that J. B Itoystou hit residence on Hill court foi Conn was one ofJthe purchasers of the brick part of the. Mason Hotel, when V, R bus moved his soft drink weshculd have had it J A. Conn. ji ofll :ers all of Help To Make Us Happy 1 stand from I lie public square to the bouse adjoining Jones' grocery on de- put street. Gott Pay Your Account Alcorn. Is i i 9MR AND Hr P I mi's 1 U Lay U was h& U Let us make you prices, can save you some money. n K g & We are head quarters . H for Galvanized roofing, can furnish on short notice. M W S fi, . rj rj CS) rasis & 1 fUfcffl Mr. Alex Gibbs purchased of Mrs. birber shop depirted this life Sunday acres of land December twenty-fi- f Hi, after an ill Rebecca Weht ninety-si- x on tly KirKsvilli: pike adjoining the ness of about three weeks. Gibbs homestead for $30 00 per acre. Hetdrich Mr. Julius Viesar Nayphe, an Allien The remains ol M's. Hcndrich age Un, will Kctuieat. I lie court house i January 12ih on about tlnrt- Hve years, of the city of uxi. 'I'Uuisfiai Hirminulnun were btouuht here for Oritfiitai lmp''.snmsjif Atneiica. lotci nient. Tiie deceased was a nacurrently reported 31"rs T 15. Walker. Joseph II. Ai tive ot Garraid before her marriage. It Is National Hank wi that thesome make (I Mi - Aunelle Toinliiison, ;md Hi sides bur hu.band, four children Mil changes in the personnel of Its officers li ti- - IMli Kiee Hughes and the i tiiouni her death.. at its next, meetitig to be held on uext d.iuliiei uf Mis. H. C. Duun are Tuesday. Next Sunday Services. on the sick ii.st Mr. C. D. Walker who has sprved Dr. Peaice will conduct, services at so well and so faithplie'.s lecsure "Oriental Im- -i Mr. N.i McKeucltee Chinch next. Sii'iday morn that institution America" ii highly cnni-- ! iog at eleven A, M. Subject "The fully for twenty years will voluntarily previous dI Mr "W. F. Champ will be mended by press and public. Do'nt Dav Breaketh-rh- e tfi-jhCometh"; retire and t lie;ir linn at the court huuse a connected with the bank as its cashier. fii ti lesson of the past and present year. pres However.it next Thut.Mi.iy nmht. At night Union Services i i Lancaster. ent cashier, is understood that theis reMr B F Hudson who garded as one of the best financiers in OhrKtunis passed off quietly in LanExpert Man. caster. 'Ihe usual amount of the state will become president, and Mrs. Arnold ha employed Mr. A. D. as such will be in active charge of the were discharged, but no dam-mwas done and it was not found necess- Goucher to run the Lancaster Laun- officers of the institution, and all of dry. Mr. Goucher comes highly recom the other officers will act under bis ary to make any arrests ended having had some ten years ex- supervision and direction. Mr, W. O. A crowded house should greet Jul- - perience in the business. Rigney will remain in his present posi,!!! Ca,"sir Najpheiu his lecture on It is to be hoped that he makes a tion and J. J. Walker Jr. will be the "Onental Impressions of America" success of the business. bookkeeper. at tiie court liouse next Thursday This will make a magnificent corps After1 The Plum. night. Yuu will be sorry ir you nuss of officers for this progressive institui . Seals n s;ile nt McRobertS. Two Ex Garrard county men are ap- tion and assures its success. The new plicants for tiie post mastership in cashier, Mr. Champ, was born in GarII L. II asr m purchased the grocery Nieholnsville Ky. They are George rard county and has lived in the Faint ' itid neial tore of Thos. Hill at Mc- - Honer ' and .1, Hunt McMurtry. We Lick section all bis life until he mov Oreaiy, vl ich wns recently advertised to wtiioh shall ed to Lancaster about one year ago; have no piuferei in ili Itecofd Mr. Hamuli moved ti be the lucky nun, but v.e sincerely he was a successful merchant at Faint on Monday and will conduct lcCrea hope that one ot them will succed in Lick and has had some experience in tiie bi.si'ubs Uieie in the future. lauding the p urn. the People Bai k a that place. He M . .. . efficient and competent and ictnr S;md"ts iuid Miss Marie but Honored Again. bis promotion is a deserved compli Miss An- ton; William AVlii' taker and ment, and we are sure be will prove At their National cinvention in iu Sutton went to the city of Lexing equal to the occasion. ' run tliu i.ict wfk arm wrtp. niil- is list Thursday tS ' in wedlock. The brides are sisters Clarence Woods of Richmond was refc''ind iung dauylitcrs of Mr. Wes'ey elected recorder and editor of the Sig- Judue L. L. Walker is holding CirSutKin (it tl iwi.unty and will prove ma Nu fraternity This U the ninth cuit court at Danville this week. The imp tlits honoi has been conferred up docket is very large. woiliiv lielptu io- to i heir husbands. ' on Mr. Woods and his s'lrvi-'eextend Mrs. Askins Hurt. Notice. oera period of eighteen ears. Joe Alcorn, (col.) who has long been a favorite portaiv at Henry Duncan's iht - tifflSJMWSBl Ci'-'ze- ns j .jsvSl, lH , , lite-wor- ks e We Need The Money. HASELDE N gmm BROS cas mmmmM . i po or td tj s ( J Lancaster, Ky. -- Til re w'll ') a tneeLUfg of the stock-jln.llt'- is ij.t. i tlLe onTuesday January t5piirpnse of electing dfieCtorS"for the ensueing year. it ill ii i ofjtlieGrfjird lull foi 0 2- ' (SS3t&33t3tS3 S33S&33SS3S33SgS3S&3SSe&33 fe i - Among the civil warclaims containthe ed in the Omnibus hi 1 .hich has passed the Senate .awl ijjow pending before the House, and" which Senator Respectfully Hrarfluy said to have expressed the J. W. Elmore Cashiei. helief will become a law. appears the name of Mtrgaret Robinson, Garrard and received several severe bruises, cou-it$227. mm the M. E Church but was aole to continue her journey. 10 h i- y Iiank & Trust To Get fsloney. Mrs. J. S. Asking of McCreary, the wife of the well known merchant at that place, was among the number of persons injured in a wreck in New Albany Ind. Tuesday morning when a fast train from St. Louis on the Southern R. R. ran through an open switch Mrs. Askins was cut about the chin k &S' ,, . In order to make room for my large-Sprin- Stock of Goods, for eSl'0. Mills. Bureau Of Yital Statistics. Thirty Days Carv lintir OF 15 A. Miugtia, the local tobacco bmer was called t Augusta Ky. bv the death of his sister Mrs J. S'pwart Mi l Mr-- . M'lls formerly residi d in Lexington Ky , but at the lime of her de.uh she lesided in Australia, where she was engaged in missionary work Mis Mills! remains arrived in Augusta on Tues-- d iv and t he interment took place theie on that da Mr. .7. Sat-uiday Mel-hourne Glothin find S M k B I. " flats Goods FurnishinQ T. ) ?- - Mens suits in small sizes ranging in Prices from $10-0- 0 to $15.00, will close at the very low price of $3.48. ; A new line of silk Suspenders, silk socks and neckwear suitable for Xmas 75 . Gifts at cost. -'?'. J ;. " . -- ' . Terms CasliI i '- -- V w. Sffis.- z& jr : 4 LOttAK. x ? m ' - - : , - 4 The new Vital Statistics law went You can get the greatest bargains in into effect on January first, and hence forth records of births and deaths are required to be reported for registration, registranse having.been appointed in each precinst for that purpose. Doetorsand undertakers are subject to a fltie if they fail to report to the proper registrars. The following been appointed by registrars have the State Board of Health for Garrard county: Lancaster, including preThe Tobacco Situation. cincts 1,2 & 3, W. H. Wherritt; Paint Lick, Joe McCormick; Union, Charles The farmers of the county held a Grave-- ; Walker's school house, S. R. meeting at. the court liouse Saturday Foley; Bryanlsvilie, Charles C. Becker to name delegates to attend the state Buckeye J O. Bogin. meeting of tobacco growers in Lexing- and ton Seven delegates were named, of Killing In The County. whom four were in favor of the 1911 pool and thiee in favor of cutting out On the night of December 24tb, 1910. the lull ciop entirely. They are in George Will Bosley, a harmless old col Lexington Thursday where a large and ored man who lived on the farm of enthusiastic meeting is being htld. Mr. Joe Burnside in the Hackley ueigh borhood, was called to the door by sevDid Not Close. eral men who asked admittance, upon Usually when a legal huliday falls up their being refused and the door being on Sunday the following Monday is ob closed it is claimed that a shot from a J served, however as the Monday follow- shot gun was fired through the door day was county court and took effect in Bosley'sside inflicting Christmas day, and the Monday following New ing a wound from which be died the Years day isalwajs a busy one with following night. The party who is our people, our banks ever ready to said to have done the shooting was look after the convenience of their named Fiannery. He made his escape patrons, observed neither of these dajs in the darkness and the officers have but threw wide their doors as usual as yet been unable to locate him. He is supposed to bave gone to the mountor the transaction of business. tains from where he originally came. If Gov. Wilson has been asked to offer a '. Circuit Court. reward for bis capture. The November term of the Garrard Circuit 'Ouuit was closed on Saturday Farris Law. the 31st ult. The juiies were d'smiss-e- d at t he close Tif the lirst three weeks, The following, taken from an ex wnich is the usual leugliih of the term change, giving the provisions of the but Judge Walker, for the accommo- Farris Blind Tiger law, is published dation of the at tornejs and iu order to by request: The bill makes it unlawclear the docket, held the court, open ful foi auy person to sell, lend, give, theieby disposir.g of a great deal of procure for or furnish to another in a equjty business that otheiwise would local opt ion district any liquor, and have had to wait until next term of any person so offeuding shall be fined cuurt. not lass tBaa 850., nor more than S100. and imprisoned not less than ten days. Masonic Election. The possession of a United States spec On the night of December 27th, 1910 ial stamp tax shall be prima facie evi liwhich is the annual election night iu dence of guilt. Al shipments of quor, to be paid for C. O. D., into any Masonic lodges, the allowing officers were elected to serve during the ensu local option district, shall be deemed lMfglHjSlW)'SrMj:gMJrllMnlIMj ing year in Lancaster Lodge 104: W. sales of buch liquor at the place where W. M , J. A. Beasley, S. the money is paid and the goods O. Rigney, the carrier of same to be W., HeurySimpsod, J. W., TomWher one rilt, Secretary, J. W. Sweeney, Treas jointly liable, Any room, knowingly furnishing a house or waeofi or urer, and A T Anderson, Tyler. W. ' HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAH) conveyance for such unlafwul Ross Bastln wasppointed S. D., and other FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES .I.A.Jones, J D On the following sale shall be fined not less than" $60 Wool on Camifltelea.'Writ.fK wi "" "Friday night the. installation of officers nrir mure than S100. The bill reduces tfef meflilaflbtg IWs M. incoming the amount of titles so as to giv' was held after which the N WHITE & CO. ferior courts jurisdiction of aM tlUte.officers tendered a banquet to the gjjrntisH- option cases. theKengarlaa, , at Buggies, "Wagons, Harness, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Fronts, riage Heaters ever placed on the market in Lancaster. W J. Homans, iJrlflr.nr.nSrU'- Tnti. liflflp,(lnlMfrlllh. I n I Creamery sells 8 1 I i I I Butter c to lOcts more per pound than Country Butter at 8 1 i I i I I Then What's The Use of churning at home when vou can have it done for you at the Creamery at ari actual profit to yourself. 'Jlrgllfrli'.lgllrrgfiTgla & ed, FURS M AND HIDES 'iK'f T1 . lsv,7le. ... s "4r SkBHf flfoac. J ,4 ' -- -- cV j J!t.X r"--- A. V s'-h- H. - .: .t . ,r!L. S$3lV jtj. VfrX. .&- a. - - N 'jSi I iy T. -- i fyirJi V- - Mf CENTR1L RECORD (INCORPORATED) UNTIL DEATH. School Notes' Or Ik Divorce Conrt Shall Separate Them I8SUED WEEKLY, JLOOA YEAR. Marriage licenses. GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Xntered at the Pott Steond-Clat- GJJlee in Laneatter, Mail Matter. t The following white marrage licenses were issued from the office of the y.,a County Clerk during 1910. JANUARY. Callle T Turner and Helen Fletcher. Millard Graham and Bettle Cheatham. S. L. Baird and Verna Hammons. John Gafneyand Alice Johnson. A. B Swope and Bertha Phrhtopber. ' Member Ky. Press Association. and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky January 6, 1911. Rates For Political Announcements. For Precinct, and City Offices... .8 5.00 10.00 For County Offices For State and District Offices... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line.. .10 Albert Owens and Kate Elam. FEBRUARY. R. C Powell and Nannie Rogers. Y . following real property, to wit, That, certain tractor parcel of land lvlot.' in Garrard County. Keutuckv on ' he waters of Copper Creek, aud being son. the same purchased by F. M. Carter Sixth grade: Kathrine Bourne, Dal from J. M. Nave and M. K. Miller, aud ; ton Rich, BertEmbrv. uouuuea as follows: Beginning at a1 Fifth grade: Will Rice Amon, Char poplar ou a branch aud near a toad lie Elmore, Georgia Moss, Alice Rtk-ne- corner to F. "Morans heirs (now I. W Obituaries, per line. thence Annie Powell, Nellie Cox, Sallie Walker) to a pin witli saints S. 36i W. mid while oik coi 27i polrB Cox, Lucy Pollard, Woodruff s, ner to same b. 6t W. 83 poles to white V.uetta Spouuamore, Julian oak and hickory on a small drain corANNOUNCEMENTS Anderson, Mary Owsley, Nancy Lee ner to same S. 10 E. 139 poles to hickory and white oak on a small drain aud Hagan. For Circuit Judge near the bead of a hollow (old corner) APRIL. Fourth grade: James Slier, Gladvs corner to same S, 7 W. 78 poles to two Frisbie, Annie Reid, Christine Sand white, oaks on sou h side of and near a announce Hon John A Tankersley and Dora Kldd. We are authorized to ers, John Harvey Estes, Mildred Bez drain (nil corner) corner to same S. 38 Charles A. Hardin a candidate fen T. A. Anderson and Tilda DeRoard. ley, Mary Lee Lear, Florence Acton, E 84 poles to a white oak on a ridge ou t Thirteenth Judicial Dis- John Wi'sonand Victoria Mullins. Jurii?eof the John Kinir and Lou Harold. Val Cook, Wilma Henry, Robinson pint. sunt beast of a round knob (hlac-.trict, at the. 'November election, 1911, oak grove) enrner to same N. 51 E. subject to the action of ihe Democrat- Edward noskmsand Daisy B. Hulett Cook, Merlyn Walker, James Tiuder, crossing amall drain In a flit. at. 78 William Anderson and Mattie Flora Mamie Williroid. poles in ail 126 nnle.s to a dead white j ic party. Combs. Third grade: Carrie Bell Romans, oak on past, bluff of a branch of opper ' Joe Lamb and Florence Branaman. Clayton Morrow, Bernice Champ, Preek just above the forks of a branch oak Greeting. Record's George Swineoroad, Margaret Letch- small chesnut6 E. 5 pointer (old cornei) j MAY. poles to a white oak nut. found S er Cook, Anna Brit'on Miss, Mary iu a flit near and just above the forts The Record extends tLe Seasons Tom Hicks and Pearl Sanders. Adams, Bowman Grant, Prarl Dicker of a branch iu Elliott's line (nw Kates) greetings to its friends and patrons Andrew Jacoho and Cmine Bruner. son. William Kinnriid, Minnie May dieuee vvito said Hue S. 45 W. cross) ny happy R C. Broaridnsaod LpU Hendren. and wishes them one and all a t hi Robinson, Willie Christine Sanders, ner audi at 90 poles passing Hdles cor Lodie B. Raney and Alice Snyder. and prosperous Year. slake and wNte uaK at Jeunlirjs, Cole- pointer92t pules topuies to a Stake ou We have resolved that during the William P. Crank and Minerva Aim Hudson Frisbie, Eurl in all 200 1 man Arnold, Joseph Ballou, Kathleen mil side facing east bl.ick oak poo Lamb. year 1911 we will endeavor to make Bratton, Clay Miller. aim leaning Hickory (old cornet) in t the Record a brighter, better and new Earnest. Fenby and Miud Mitchell. Second gade: Bnwn, Jo- touud b. 20 E. 32 puies to a 3 black oaks 6ier sheet than it has ever been. Our Clayton Marsee and Doxie Durton. ridge and ('on way's sephine Burnslde, Bradford Williams. ou ahighuariuw said llueS in45 W. 861 readers can be of very material assisitietheuce with JUNE Stella Henry, Sue Fisher Respess, poKs to awhiteoak knife marked and m tance to us in doing this. We have Alex Klllion and Lizzie Hill. NealElmore, Mitchell Tinder, Mirt.ha olazed ai.d pointer on east bluff of a not on the Record staff a large and Sam Ballard and HeMie Johnson. Ward Sweeney, Sallie Pollard, Mar-gr- promt of Copper Creek corner 10 Hiatt efficient force of reporters, as have the G B Bastln and N. 28 W. 83 poles to small hickory ;on Buckley. Pence. daily papers, to gather and write our James R. Loman and Bit.ua Jane li of asm ill drain (old r. roer) Fgrade: Christine Brown, Stel- onri eiiuepoles to a stake N.76W.18 to wa First N.88W.24 news, therefore we must depend in a la Brown, Lucile Ballou, Eugene Cuch d young tiiackoakiu a bottom gum and measure uoon the Dublic to keep us John A. Todd and Tissue Johnson. ran, Ellsba Carrier, Hamiliou Cox. r.wopoplir pointers "N. 56 W. 18 poles posted as to the happenings in the m JULY Lawrence Dickerson, Sallie Crook to two small white oaks N. 52 E 22 community. If we have omitted to poles to small hickory and black oak Gregory, Porter Hudson, Robert Ha- on sou'h bank of a drain N. 40 W. 20 mention the coming or goiug of vou or Clell Pointer and Llllle Marshhanks. gan, Minnie Sennings, E izibein Mid-di- io'p! to a flown white oak on adra'n N Ltmnn Irvin and Amelia Simpson. your ramlly or the fact that you had a on, Eugenia Muss, William Pu 58 W. 76 p'lles to a stake N. 35J W. 40 Frauk Dennis and Cissy Hamilton. visitor, rest assured, It was not inten poles tin, Bettie Respess, Walker Robinson, cornprto a pnplar In a hnttotn supposed you AUGUST. tional, we did not know of it. If n IllattS. 88 E. 20 to a sttke. know of a birth, a death or a marriage James Littrell and Nannie WhiMlcre. Russell dauford, Isabella Terrill. S. 83 E 40 pnlps t- a stakp H P"1pr Primer grade: Lula Andeisnn, Ma-r'- from a chestnut whit, oak ar ri spot'eri or you have a stranger with vou. bind H. T. Loitan and Mary M. Frishie. Arnold, Ruth Austin, Saria Bland, oak pointer N. 23 E rnmilng a deep ly write, phone or ca'l on u and appu" Brutus Tudor and Polly Boston. M ittle Lee Cox, Henry Clay C.ix, Eu- ravine at 26 pole iu nil 41i ples to a se us of the fact and we will take plea- Hite Gill and Sarah Davis. under a point tvo genia Dunlap, Judith Daniels, Johu-ett- a white oak snag ana sure ii making mention of It. Willie Royce and Mary Cox. white oak now juuug hickories Farra. Francis Grant. Jane marked as puiuteis (uiu cornel) N. 73 Levy Brock and Clary Brock. Cecil Henry, Anna Fay King, V 20 puies to a stane ou east uauK uf l; You will miss an Interesting and in- Avery Knuckles and Bet.tie Brock. Hester Lamb, EHztbelh Terrill, John d dibin M 78 W. 18 pu.es iu a si use N. Dave Baker aud Edna Payne, structive entertainment if you fall to William Tinder, Yantis Emory, Eliz 47 E. 10 puica lu a wuiie oak stump ou auUlU stueut aua tieara oiaiu N.2 E. SEPTEMBER. hear Mr. Nayphe at the court house abetb Hagan. 44 putcb tu a stake near aud nejuuu next Thursday niht in "Oriental Im- A. T. B. Breese and Cannle Partin. tup ul a bin aud uarruw ridge two Old Soldier Tortured. pressions of America." J. C. Rigsby and Anna Wilson, cuestuut OdK. poiutersN. 18 W. 20 pons to three wuite oak stump.t a nil. OCTOBER. "For years 1 have suffered unspeak- side facing uurtu, N 30 E. uu poles to 40 Anwances His Candidacy. Green Berry Land and Sallie Ann Par- able torture from Indigestion, consti- d white uaK and small uiCKorvonu (Frank'ortNew.s) pation and liver trouble, "wrote A K. mil side lacing west fc. 80 E. 36 piles ker. Smith, a war veteran at Erie, Pa; "'but u a stake uear and witliio two pules L. Greene, one of the best T. F. Walton and Mary Askins. Robert N 12 E. 32 pol s of tue top uf a known lawyers of this sectitfn of the Eugene Dunn and Cbasline McKin-ne- y. Dr. King's New Life Pills fixed me all to a stake on a ndne e laciug " Try 78 W 60 pules to a sycamore west N. right. They're simply gret State, last night announced his candiaud sweet any stomach, liver or Kidney gum on east bank or a branch line to them fur dacy for the Democaatic nomination R. N. Beasley and Virginia King. trouble. Oulv 25c at R. E MoRoberls W. S. Walker thence up said branch forCierkof the Court of Appeals. Mr Elzie Davis aud Alma Masters. - &Son. lm. S 50 E. 163 pules In a poplar ou east Green was deputy clerk of the blithest. James Tussey aud Mrs. Milone TussOaok of branch S. 50 E 35 poles to a ey. court for twenty years and is thorough stake two hickoMes bluzed N, 55 E 66 BUKNA VISTA ly familiar with thedutiesof the office W. F. Miller and Cora Leady. poles to a stake and gum blnz d N. 46i was engaged in the Jesse Ray aud Luraiue Edgiugton. E 96 to the beginning containing 600 During the time he Guy Eisley of Spears was a recent dcie.;and being the same tract, uf every lawyer In W. B. Ball aud Mary S. Davis. clerk's office he knew land couveye.1 by deed uf b. M. Carter visitor here. Kentucky and was relied upon by those NOVEMBER. aud L .1. Carter to .1. L. Brooks hv A. T. Scott made a business trip to deed of riat April 20. 1898, and of rer-nr- rt who bad practiced before the Court of Daniel Wheeler and Grade Grant. Intuition. Appeals. Mr. Greene twice made the James R Henry Jr. aud Scutta Sebas- Spears last Satuiday. tu tile Garrard County ('lrU's "Henry, how do you like my new race for the nomination for clerk, but A. J. Christ iplier of Somerset has office In Deed Book No. 14, pue 407. a hat!" "Well. dear, to tell you the tian. m uly certified copv o' which ded i truth" "Stop right there! If you're was defeated each time. He served Homer Herald and Mtt,ie Chastlne. been the guest of relatives here ti ed in tins action. going talk that way last, under Sam J. Shackelford as the Wade Lee and Judith Mrs. John Poor Is with her sifter, The purpose of t his sale is to satisfy I don'ttowant to know!"about it. Henry. Jim Navlor. deputy clerk. He has always been a James Croucher and Katie K. a debt of one thousand five hundred Mrs. Aldildge at Maysville, fiftv dollars w i h interest, thereon a Democrat and has a large number of Miss Lucretia Skinner has matricu- six per cent, per annum from March who will rally to Amos Prewitt-uifriends In the State Work and Play Each Have Place. Zettia Logan, lated at Ydlpraiso University, lod. 24th. 1909. until paid. Mitij ct to a Doctor Eliot, when president of Harbis support. Aldridyeaud Lottie Hamm. dollars (50.00) paid JoeS. Will and Mison Nuland spent the creditor Hfv 1909: twenty dollars vard, used to tell the students to fin a 25th, J. L. Todd and Eaith Tafm. holidays at their home iu Woodford ($20.0(1) paid S p'eniber28th, 1909: and their pleasure in work. And to work, Frightened New Year. O.lie W. and Susie Meadows. county Art v d l'ais (3o0 00) paid January 20' I), as real workers have often found, may 1910. DE'JEMBER. Interest. amnuntiiiK In Jauuary St. Annie Johnson Flint Mrs. John Daugherty and son, of to (,ne Deht. and six hundred seven be quite as much fun as to play But innocent diversion aas its place in the Newton Elmer Anderson and Hattie Lexington, spent a portion of the holi rt"llarq, thousand, spventv-thre- e Nicholas. cents and f life of every human beBaugh, days with her parents. (31607 73) to date of sale, (January ing. Those The New Year mused with thoughtwho have no chance to 23-lflll,) and cos's approximated play are llke'y George Gaines and Marv Foley. ful face Mr aud Mrs. Robert Halcomb are to grow up" spiritually court, proceedings for 3152.67 f And small chin sunken in bis hand, J. W. Sanders ind Adnii Lee. receiving congratulations upuu the ar- which Judgement has been rendered as well as physically crippled They Walter Moberly and Angle Howard, have been denied their birthright. And as the moments fled apace- rival of a sou, Dec. 25. In the above stvled case. tieirrge Davis and Addie Bulan. Providence never intended that the watched the swiftly running Mr. Schrugham, of Lexington, was TERMS. poorest should toll unremittingly and H H. Anaerson and Viola MarshbaukB sand here buying tobacco last week. He This sale will he made on a credit, nt the rich should amuse themselves unAthisside Jesse Upton aud Susie Mav Guy. In Time's old hour-glas- s. bought several crops paying 9 to lOicis six months time, with interest, at Mx ceasingly. The door to EVrth stood open wide. Aubrey Carter and Mry Roop. Miss Margaret Askins aud brother, per cent, per annum from dite of sale "The Old Year takes so long to die," Brownlow Huuley and Miry Delaney. Hugh, have returned from a ten dajs until paid. Said purchaser will be reMurphy and Jennie Davis. give bond with approved se. He murmured, with a sigh, at last; Jim visit to their sister, Mrs. Walton at quired to said hnnd to' have the fnrcf curlty. the Irvine Simpson and Patlie Rav. my turn to flv "Oh, when will come and effect of a judgement, andsha'l Thomas Underwood and Maggie Eason Brafordsville. Down on the msdnigbt's rushing Misses Elizabeth Christopher and be a lipn upon the property snld, and Dr. H. Hill aud Bettle Joseph. mav Issup upblast Katheriue Becker, of Lexington, visit, expctii'n "f fieri faciasnot paid when on said bond if same Is laughter and the mirth Asble Hendren aud Mary Dailey. And bear the ed the family of Thomas Christopher, due. Henry Tyree and Nannie Calico, That always greet the Year on Othel East and Pearl McQuerry. a few days last week. J A. A mnn. M. O. G. C. C Just entering into womanhood, Earth?" W. B. Durham and Jusia Walker Cox. E A. Eason has been appointed post O. O.Bairhy, Attv. for plaintiffs. often suffer much pain and Is run, AtlaslI at last! the sand Clarence Pendleton aud Ida Lugau. master to succeed 11. S. Christopher, December 31st, 1910. misery during the change of uow beThe Hew Year's reign has P. F. Prewitt aud Mary Prather. resigued. Mr. Eison entered upon his their physical organization. gun, Muuday murn-iuduties as Many women will tell you JANUARY, 1950. But ahl upon his startled ears their female trouble started What clamor breaks! What sounds W. B. Burton aud Ford Buckley has moved his family during that trying period, and be bears to Joe Hamilton's property and Jesse has clung to them ever since. Death In Roaring Fire From every factory and mill, Rogers to the house located bv Mr. Cardui is a friend to young From tugs and steamboats whistling may not result from the work of fire- Buckley, uiuer cnauges vw.i occur girls, as well as to women of shrill, bugs, but ofteti severe burns are caus- soon. all ages. It has been found From pealing bells ana cannons' blarr, ed that make a quick need for Buck-len- 's Miss Bes.-i- Bolton, of Harrodsbu'rg, to help women during their From rockets whizz! or throug the Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest who until a few years ago was a resitrying periods by relieving air! cure for burns, wounds, bruises, bolls, dent of this community and very popu pain and restoring disordered The Baby Year half turned to fly organs to health. Mores. It subdues it.flimmatlon. lar with Garrard's young people, was It And almost felt iuclined to cry. kills pain. It so.ithes aud heals. Drlv married Dec 22, to Mr. Rankin, a "Ob, oh." he walled amid the din, es off skin eruption, ulcers or piles. young lawyer of Harrodsburg. The 1 wish I wish I'd not come inl" Only 25c at K. E, McRubui ts & Son. bride is a niece of Jas. Spimian, for- Rollle Simpson and Iva J. Ray. Earnest. Ball and CIoh Sherrow. Robt. Gillen and Lela Ross. Price A gee and Lucy Ball. John Bolton and Linda B. Locker. George A. Garlan and Ruse Ellen Tem- pleton. K. II. Hampton and Minnie Alice Sine MARCH. .05 Rnht Hnlpomb and Cora Poor. Richard Rhodes and Maggie Moody. David Teague and Sallie Collet. J. H. Ball and Alice Josh in. 1 The Honor Roll for the fourth month shows a large number of pupils who made an average of ninety per cent and over, They are as follows: Eleventh grade: Charles Dunn, Curry Robinson Tenth grade Frank Tinder, Mat-ti- e Adams, M.iggie Brown, Kate Holtzclaw, Lillie M, Sutton. Ninth gride: Robert Arnold, Call Actcn, Maiie Bollard, Elizabeth Collier, Luriin Grant, Patsy Kinnaird, Bernle Lear, Ector Law.sui, Robert. Tumlinsiu, Emma Walker, Mary Holtzclaw, Mary Clay Williams Eighth grade. Jennie Cox, Bessie Cox, Elma Singleton, Jennie Lawrence, Helen Robinson, Viola Tiihble, Seventh grade: Mae Powell, Ora Prather, Florence Johnson, Annie B. Ballard, Stanley Herron, Allen John- Commissioner's Sale Garr, Scott & Co., VS J II. Brooxs, The World Week of Prayer. Lancaster In Opening Union Services Groceri AND "V Gakraud Circuit "ourt Plaintiff, Next Sunday Night, Defendants et al, Pursuant, to a judgement of the Gar Methodist Church. rard Circuit-Cour- t, rendered in thej above st.t led cause at its November 'Snhi ct " World Movement, of Relic- term, 1910. The uuderslgned Commis Ion " Place and .subject or succeeding sinner will on da v. service, announced inx'-Su- i MON DAY, J ANU A RY 23, 1U, Music by u .Ited choirs of churches. tuia aay being County Uuuit Day, between the hours of twelve o'eiuck noon and two o'clock, P. M.,acli at puuliu January 8th, 1911 at tr El j pa r q X. WE INVITE TRIAL ORDERS. outcry in front of ttie court house door in Lancaster, Kentucky, to i he highest and best bidder the Satisfaction Guaranteed. N Currey's The Place To Sell Your k r!&5k y, Wll-liam- Eggs,. We Butcher the BEST Young Stock Only. Produce Wanted. WSgAAftflrH When Women ,n Flour as the best of all , Butter, Hams, I 0N. v k M-ir- et Shoulders, Sausage, Bacon, 1 Jowels. Be sure you I get my price g li before you if oCll. Point to the g..' mw wm MM&Jl TM Ali -: xx& CA the ut. T know what they are ffiV WWiir - If there is one thing women can judge " jiffs. :"i- LUfflrKfiSVvVva a 'iVvVCV3wa liftAX 1 ','- .- ii Mm well it is flour. Tell your grocer to send you a sack of the 2i M-ir- y Lo-ma- n- WHITE A T T?"V XXiIi-t- SWAN FLOUR V Try a can If you do not declare it the best you ever used you will be the first to whom it has not successfully appealed. et - e. Has-elde- n, my Cardinal Peaches. The best ony the market t for the mnn- ey. Also a can of Ha-o Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills. ITT T T? VVXIL,.!, A T T !").... ITiUp. 3 vp&i&&s&mmr i em efrm.sn r). n$r& rm. raigin J.S JOHNSON Walkek. President ORUAN1ZEU 1883. Tbe 6ITIZENS NATIONAL O BANK: LANCASTER. KV. CAPITAL $50,000. B. SURPLUS $25,000. Buok-keepei hill-slu- Apple. waaianPine Theo Currev w F. Hudson. ChsIUiti V i). Walivkk, RlONKV, Ass't f'lsh'i J. J. Walkek, .Ib., Ass't. BuiU.lv.'epHr. Business Solicited. J. S. Johnson AIhx Arnold B. Prompt and Gareful Attention D1RE(71UK,: F Glhh. fevUL. Waller, p. H.rJsnn J J. Walker, A Arnn'd L, ,WJ fo You'll Have To ill WHISTLE th. i R time for even as good lumber as ours. You a long d can whistle forever and Sep-t-mh- E-te- s get no better. There isn't any. We stay on top in the lumber businets just because of the super'ority ol cui U; well-ordere- d n., Loaids, t nibtis, SI X etc. Ahk any builder if it pa j s to Luj tLe bett lumber. His answer should make you our cutt mer. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. . Young Girls l5V,,W YOUR ACCOUNT IS post-mast- er, g. HENS Sets. Chickens 8 to 9cts, Geese 7 to 7icts, DUE Come in and settle. Young Roosters 6 to7c Ducks lOcts, Sares Two lives. to-da- y, lm. merly of this place. Solves A Deep Mystery. Take J. Neither my sister nor myself might if it bad not been for be living Dr.Kiug's New Discovery" writes A. DIRECTORY. D. McDonald of Fayatteville, N C, R CHURCH F. D. No. 8,"for we both had frlpbt-- . f ul coughs that no other remedy could Lancaster: First and Third Sundays ' belp. We were told my sister bad con sumption, She was very weak and FreachinE Every Snnflay Kiiil. had niitht sweats but your wonderful at 7 p. m. Medicine completely cured us both. the oest lever used or heard of " Tuesday night 7 p. m. Bible Study. It's For sere lungs, coughs, colds, hemorrhage, lagnppe. asthma, hay fever, McKendree; Second and Fourth oroop, whooping cough, all bronchial Sunday at 11 a. m. tremble, its supreme. Trial bottle Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. fpM. SOe and II 00 Guaranteed by. R. l WdnIay 7 p. m Bible Study. . Uaa&berts Jc Son. Methodist Eggsf.28to29 cents. 1. "1 want tu thank you from the bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Bader, of Lewisburg, W. Va; "for the wonderful double benefit I got from Eec-tri- c Bitters, in curing me of both a severe case of stomach trouble and of rheumatism, from which I had been an almnst helpless sufferer for ten years. It suited my case as though made just, for me,". Fur dyspepsia, Indigestion jaundice, and to rid the sys tem uf kid iey poisons that causes rheumatism, Electric Bitlers has no equal. Try Ihem. Every bottle is 'guaranteed to satisfy. Only 60c at B. E. McBoberu Son. lm. COAL 14 1 to 7c 1 1 Mrs. Mary Hudson, Eastman, Miss., writes: "While staying with me and going to school, my young sister was in We Need The Money. Cannel Coal 20cts. Butter 6 to 7cts. Turkeys I 2 to 14cts. H. B. NORTBCOTI, terrible misery. I got her to take a few doses of CARDUI and it helped her at once. ' I have taken Cardui myself and believe I would have been under the clay had it not been for that wonderful medicine." Try Cardui. It .will help . jou. , For sale everywhere. THIS MEANS YOU. J. 9 R, Mount, Son & Co. Lancaster, Ky. r C DEPOT STREET. :'--?- E At .., .J 'T. k L 'J'Tj-r- . 4.Y". ' v&Il. t ; It's J Mo vin Day In and JOSEPH'S now have on display the very best and prettiest patterns in Lancaster io. i 9x12 Druggets Made In Wilton Velvets Axminister's and Tapestry Brussels. All I J can be found in our stock at very reasonable prices. Mattings Yarn Carpets, also Granite-Carpet- s s, the Newest Importations are also shown for the early Spring -- ) House-Cleaner- The Joseph Mercantile Company. invitation. Games and merry laugher made the hours pass rapidly. The quests partook of tempting viands. Mrs. M. H. Mabry ef Tallahassee, N N Florida entertained at a reception dust ring the holidays. One hundred fifty nvitations were issued and the South A Brief Mention of the Comings and rn home, was profusely decorated Golngi Ly Thot e Wt Are Interested In. viih trailing vines, holly, mistletoe week. ioci blooming flowers, Mrs. Mabree Miss Kate Reed of Beattyville Is th Miss Margaret Turner of Rid till oe remembered here as the handLittle guest of M rs. Nannie KeUey. tumid has been visiting Mrs. W. II. some and attractive sister or Mrs. T. I. Price whom she has visited several Miss Mary Ham, of Newby is with Ward. imes. her sister, Mrs. L. J Saufurd. r. David Kelley of Stanford spen Miss Lillian Cochran who entertaineHe week with Mr. and. Mrs. Adan Mrs. Bright Herring: was in Lexingd so handsomely during the Cbrist-na- s Kplley. ton for a visit of several days. holidays proved her self an ideal Miss Bertie Jean Penny of Stanfmc Miss Edna Kavanaunh Is in Huston-vill- e mstess. it was Miss Cochran's debut vas an attractive visitor in Laucaste visiting Miss Sadie Bdunhman. oi o society, and it goes without say--t- u Saturday. that, this attractive young debut-ntMisses Cecil and Jane Bowling o: Mr. Fred Gherhouser and son fron will be quite popular with thi Danville are visitlg Miss Ruth Carmcinnatl spent Xmas week with Mi. ::niorset. Messrs. Miller Lackey am rier. uid Mrs. Adam Keller. tayniond Jett, or Richmond, and Mr. Miss Susie Hilton is in Lebanon JuncfOKioiiGrangerof Virginia, were somi Misses Jennie Ward and Iva Rancx tion visiting her sister Mrs. John n if the guests at Miss Cocl ve returned from a pleasant visit t party. aii's Mrs. J. L. Yantis of Danville. Mr. J. H. Arnold, of Frankfort, I Misses Flora Ziegler and Elsie Zim-nspending a few dajs here at his formPURE RICH BLOOD left Wednesday for a months sti er home. R. E. McRoberts & Son Sell a PrescripUtb relatives in New York City. The Misses Chestnut of London havi tion That Means Yigor, Vim, Vitality. Mrs. S. C. Denny entertained tin been visiting their aunt. Mrs. W. b Stnbroldery Club at her pretty huun Carrier. Because A causes the blood i Lexington street Tuesday aftei-uoMr. and Mrs. S. A. Walker have reo get and more nourishment it Appetizing wen turned from a stay with Richraunc all times a valuable tonic. It trved. relatives. juts vigor into the muscles, clears up rs Lewis Gill, W. B West Chai-t- s impioperlv nourished brain aud Mrs. Annie Adams has returner West and Bradley Johnston, thi .he nakes strong nerves that will stand from a visit to Mrs. Joe Arnold oi Iisses Mount and Miss Letty Mae the severest test. Richmond. attended the dance in Stau- - Men who feel that their vitality Is rd Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ed, Price were will slipping awaj; that the vim and enerDr. and Mrs, A. S, Price in Stanforr Mrs. Ashley Gulley left Saturday foi gy that they formerly putinto all their Thursday. xiiiglun where she will re.s id?. She woik is lacking; that ambitious im till housekeep for her grandsons pulses aud clever ideas do not come as Miss Bessie Brnwn spent Si'urda essrs. Floyd Ashley and William the v usnd i o are the kind of men that and Sunday with her friend, Miss Nai ope, while they are attend college. need nie B. Herrirg. BeMiies being a peerless remedy foi Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ball were jiuet Mrs. R. H. Wbittakerand little son Is a most Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bobui jeonarri Jordan aud Miss Mattie innieMim tonic. Villi taker left this week for iheii Campbell of Stanford. If vou have that blue, discontenter me in Kansas afier a visit to hri .Miss Callle Adams left WednesriV ec iug, iluough the day aud pans resl-e- s for a visit to her cousin Mrs. Gram ireutsMr. and Mrs J. W. Pumphiej nights, trying unsuccessfully toget Mrs. W. McClellan Johnston aim i refreshing Heep.take a months treat Trurabu of Frankfort. M-- i stomach tablets, dames Solon B. rienry and Rnri nildren left for their new home i oieiitof xiugtou Saturday. MissNt-- Jdn-tu- ti tod bring t he sunshine into your life. el Austin have returned from a vl.si accompanied them and will hh costs but 50 cents at R. E to relatives in Birmingham. take her home in the Fayette cipiml. iULuitieiisand druggists everywhere, Mrs. J B Paxtoti daughter Jean am Iiy success attending them. u'u.iiantded to cure indigestion aud lm sou James have been recent visitois u nttiiiiely relieve all stomach misery, Mr. and Mrs. James Dudderar o Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Robinson. ineoln, will move to Garraid soou ano ir money bacK. Headers or The Record should beai Mr. and Mrs. James Burnside ' tke the farm for the ensuing year ul hi mind that nothing wH set the storu Richmond, were with Mrs. B. F. Hut ir. Victor Lear. Mrs. Dudderar is a tabson for a stay of several days. liter or Messrs. William and Yictoi auh i iglit.so quickly as .ear aud Mrs. Alex West of this coun lets. Take two after a hearty meal, Dr. H. M. Grant returned Saturdat y. and you need have no fear of stomacl. to Norfolk, Va., after a week's visit V distress. Mr. and Mrs Banks Hudson and during the Christmas holidays. A fiee trial treatment of MI-OA 'atnily left Lancaster the past week m stomach tablets will be sent to any adMiss Dove Harris f Danville spen oecome residents of Danville. Mr several days with her sisters, Mesciam Hudson having purchased a handsome dress free on request, address Bootb'b MIona, Buffalo, N. Y. lm. es John Anderson and Simeon aetue on Harrodsburg, Ave. It is itb regret that they are given up as BHYANTSVILLE. Mrs. Robert Collier of Danville, and citizens. sod, Benjamlne Collier, of Ohio, were Mrs. Henley V. Bastln gave a sump- Mrs. Ben Holcomb is very ill. guests recently of Mrs. James Hill and tioussix o'oluck dinner Saturday even Mr. J. II. Dunn of Lexington is visifamily, Bug at her country noine. The repast. ting frieudshere. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Amon were as'served in courses. Mrs. Bastin's Mrs. E. H. Ballard and Miss Mayme guests ata sumptuous dining at the friends were invited to meet her sis are in Louisville for a few days. home of Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Teater, ter, Mrs. Charles Denman, of Nichol- W. M. Elliott made a professioDr. asvllle. of Lower Garrard. nal visit to Lexington last week. The Mary Walker Price Chapter of A Mr. Frank Pumphrey of the Somerlittle sou arrived at the borne of the U. D. C, will meet at the home of set Herald and little son Louis spent Mr. aud Mrs. Green Bowling Sunday Saturday aud Sunday with his parents Mesdames F. P. and M. P. Friable, v Monday afternoon, Jauuary ninth. night. on Danville ave. Harvey Patten who has been In Lex Mary Lee, the bright little daugh- All of the members are requested to ington and Richmond visiting has re be present, as some ter of Mrs. Clay Dunn is reported business is on hands. very important turned home. quite sick and the family are quite ap Ray Ballard the little son of Mrs. Mrs U. D. Simpson was at. home prebensive of of pneumonia. Florence Ballard has been quite HI but Thursday evening in honor of liei Miss Margaret Arnold has returned young niece, Mi-- s Elizabeth Collier. is much better. to Madison Female Institute after Mrs. McKinnev Muss of Jessamine u spending the holidays with her paren- Hie hours were from seven-thlrtCounty was with her sister Mrs. Beckiieven. Although the evening wrs ts Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Arnold. rery inclement, many responded to the er during the holidays. Gossip About People ve T. M. Wilson of Cave City was hen list week. Mrs. Annie Adams visited her siste-:irs- . J.T. Arnold. W. E. Walker has accept a positioi vith a coal Co in Kansas Cltv Mo. Mrs. W. H. Ward visited her aunt. lis J. T. Arnold of Richmond, lasi J. W. Glass who fell last and sustained severe sis much better and will soon be able to be out Mr. wi-ek e Ne-yiu- s. out-of-tow- again. Bryan Ballard who has a good pot ion with the Wolfolk whole sale C ffet Co of Lexington was with his muthei for the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Christopher and son Logan have returned to the it home m Somerset after spending tlit holidays with relatives. Miss Katie Mae Farlee surprised hei many friends by presumably going for a visit, but coi. tuning her journey to Lexington when she was met by Mr. Everett e Lawsi i of Missiouri and in Ciuci mati wen loined in holy wedlock. Th y then re Mimed to Missouri where M-- . Lavvsoi ms been living for several years pas . Che good wishes of the cimmunli ire extended to this worthy couile. a jbey are splendid young people am well deserve the richest biasings o .lfe, THTOW OUT THE LINE. Give The Kidneys Help And I YOU'lX FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, b 11 Foil sale on Rent: A live room house witti four acres of ground. For information call phone 245, Lancaster exchange. 12-30-- BUY A For Sale. Two book cases extension dining kleboaid, waidiobe, clothes press uid some "V. other at tides of furniture, I. William. 12-2-- tf Finish your pic- tures for you. Tvlv"k 1T Zfe v88885 i p IS m Lost Oneday las' week a gold ockttand rhnTiJnjjfi'A C. L. Mrs. .awrence. Whfie-Oafc-, -2t Notice All my accounts must be m ettled once a vvek. All old accounts E ueatonce. J. P Prather, It. Notice. lVTrtDrkKAvo All persons h.ivi .g claims against i2iutna G. Gregory. (Dec'd.Jjnu.st roven oior bryw5fau. 15th. 1911, r same faiijbebarred. W. F. Champ, 'jXecutor,"Emuia G. Gregory, Est. pre-entsa- me -- to theunderJglTed propeil INSURED YOUR TOBACCO BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH er Jfonj Lancas- - People Wtll Be Happier. n. MI-O-- N refres-bmetit- s bt-tte- r M-ss- Ml-ON-- d. MI-ON-- A pro-iiiuoc- ed Ml-ON-- A Ml-ON-- A -- The handsomest Calender or all is "Throw Out the Life Line" & cne one sent, out by The Natioi al The kidneys need help. tickmau and Fanner, Pittshutg, Pa , They're overworked can't get tin Q3.ce, National Baplc of Lancaster. tt will be sent to any one who win poison filtered out of. the blood. ud 10 cents to pay package and posThey're getting worse every minuti . tage. Send fur it Will vou help them? Doan's Kidney Pills have brought As Executrix ol the estate of Miss . lnlffTTTfTiTfvTTTTilTY7l4T thousands of kidney sufferers bad thoda Lunsford. 1 will on Court Day from the verge of despair. it one o'clock P M January 23rd 1911. is if Vv ill cure any form of kidney tn.i n front of the court house in Lancas-- ! ble. u 'w.i wa.v. . .. Kjitw m iibp .jr If J wallf.llnffttltiui.itrHjiilr uL.f.L.i'i' .. Thomas Elkln, Danville St., Lane.) in the NhiI.jmh Bdrikl Four shares ter, Ky., says: For mauy years I su -- 1 id fifteen shares in The Citizens Nat fered from kidney complaint. Dm il t mtial Bank of Lancaster Ky. year ago I bad such severe pains in lattlp V. Kirhy, Executrix small or my back that I was haidh ible to get about. The many rein lies I tried railed to help me and on t friend's advice. I procured a box n Doan's Kidney Pills at Frlsbie's Dm j. Store aud commenced their use. ! shoit time 1 improved and it was not long before I was restored to health. I give Doan's Kidney Pill ibe entire credit for this great clinn,. and recommend them highly." For sale by all dealers. Price fit cents. Foster-Milbur- u Co,, Buffalo, New York, sole ageuts for the Uuiiu BlftlLlY your fault HASELDHI " " ' Pifone 31. H r 'I1 11 1'Ti' -- It you are not using 11 Glen Lily or White House -- FLOUR. PHONE An. Lancaster, Kentucky. 1 It's the BEST and it is made in your city by states. Remember the name Doan's ano ake no other. lm. Garrard Milling Company. EQI)S?wC'ii,ii"Iitiii"fi1 i A MI-ON-- A -- MNA. Mrs. Carol Prewitt, whe has been very HI is improving. Mrs. Morris Ross entertained very N .y , (IfaBlSiBfrHfiaBrraBffeL mmmmmmnL mmMMmmMmmmmmimmim . . .j m -- E .i . J11AL L IJAii i AINU FAY YOUR " " -- caaoc i J ntisB-- 1 li m S DRUG STOHE. mmmmmmssm wsMMMMWm izsmmmmwrnmBmsfflm pleasantly, her friends last Sunday, The dawn of a new year finds many people in this vicininy moving to their new homes. Miss Lyda Broadus, of near Lancaster has been the week-en- d guest of her sister, Mrs W T. Prewitt. Public Sale. Mr. John Wheeler is erecting a nice Of stock, crops and etc. monument in memory and respect of Having decided to make a change, I ms last child, Mason, who died June will on Thursday Jan. 12,1011, at my 18, 1910, place one fourth of a mile from HubGeorge Bosiey, colored, who lived on the old Danville Pike at ten near here was shot and killed Dec 24, ble, clock sharp, sell to the highest and by a Mr. Fiannery. Flannery has not beMt bidder the following property to yet been been found. wit: Mr. Noah Spainbower who purchas5 Extra good work mules from four ed the store bouse from Mr. Wallace to six years o'd, 7 coming two year old at Pt. Leavell, moved bis stock of 'mules. 3 good coming three year old goods, January 1st. mrses well broke to drive, 1 extra goor Dr. W. A. Wheeler, after spending combined mare four years old well holidays with home-folkhas return- nroke. gentle for ladies to drive, 1 good ed to Louisville to resume his work In family horse nine years old, 113 extra j good ewes and 3 bucks, Louisville College of Dentistry. 2 extra good j milk cows, 2good Jersey heifers calve After finishing one of the most successful schools of the county Miss in February, 1 good Polled Sugur Bu 1 Maud Spalnhower returned to her 5 good brood s ws and 15 shoats, 100 brothers at Pt, Leavell, to speud barrels or corn in ciib, 4 stacks hay, 20 Xmas. shocks or sorghum, all or my farming Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wheeler gave implements including one extra good a six o'clock dinner Jan 1st, in honor hay press, household and kitchen furof their guest Dr. Wheeler. Bis niture, 1 upright, piano good as new. mother, Mrs. Dora Wheeler also enTERMS tertained a few friends, in honor of All sums of ten dollars and under him last Sunday, cash in band, all over that amount a The wedding bells are ringing. The credit of six months, without interest followieg weddings have taken place with a good note, well Indorsed, made during Christmas: Mr. Porter Prew- payable in the bank. Kinnnird Bourne. itt and Miss Mary Prather; Mr. Clarence Pendleton and Miss Ida Logan; Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auct. Messrf. Victor Sanders and Will Whit taker and Misses Sutton. Most of the couples have received a welcome chlvlrarl. WM CMi PrYMtPMWMMla s, Betsy's Pointers-- , a Jjwomau who nervous over a little annoyance is hatching a bunch of trouble for the mairow. Mollv and I agree 4fterwide 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. CO THE D X CQ o Notional Bonk Of Lancaster. Capital $50,000. Surplus $20,000 CD CO CD O a O CC A. R. DENNY, c CD CO CO 03 O Resident. J. B. STORMES, Vice Prti't Cashier Q 3 s 0 Ctf o S. C. DENNY, J F Robinson, Ass't Cash'f R T Embry, Book-keeper directoks: Sam'l D Cochran, Alex R Denny, A C Robinson, John E. Stormes, S. C. Dennv. J LGill. WI Williams. CO c o uammmmmmmmimim The First Step o independence is care fulness in spending. The man with a salary will find that his money further when he deposits it in the bank and pays'his bill by check. And he knows where every s FOLEYSHONEYlL Garrard Bawk & TJrtjst Co. invites accounts from salarid men and housekeepers. As little as one dollar will start one. Many a one beeun'with . become a RodIy balance, because of the V.. ik 8t SUm haS on thoughtless E&jWEk il Pts spending. r penny goes too. The J A ?"!! ; -- - "V Z &.. TSlf i'Afi I. f't-- - J ,.. -- --, ,& -- u.i .': ,.M -- . IF r& i! ' 'fcN f ,- - 'A'W.. i S0-- ' ' s,y,-.-- . A - !J J.:fcJ M v manner and return Hamr a l.e v-- ?ef! POSTED The undersigned nereby Rive .warn log 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. Squire B. Parsons Jno M Farra Ed & "N B Price W S Ferguson W A Price E F Herring S L Rich WSEmbry MrsP W Kinnaird T A Elkin Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Jas Sutton Z T Bice Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels H C Arnold D B Anderson H. C. Hamilton, "W. G. Anderson, G. Y. Conn L. H. Brown J. G. Conn T. W. Conn Pilgrimage Tobaco Co J. G. Clark, Maggie Boulden, Dr W Burnett Mrs W. K. Leavell, C. G. Gay, E. Dunn. J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Office Phone 31. tar The Democratic Comm't'ee in and accid-i- t xceVd. Sedh g DisH. B.Northcottshipped a carload of for the Thirteenth Circuit Court IvoiiUiiie resrv-- for ii purpitse of in the fall of lttll. A writ of live poultry to Boston Mass. on last trict of Kentucky, met puisuaiit to p ..,. inn the ihs'sIii of j;:i'd Penny, ai Friday. the call or Chairman G. L. " laivt i ordered to t'1' np- office of Chenault Iluuudy in fiAUKAKP I IKCITIT ( OUUT .. . ,1 r ,.m for W. R Conk and Cipt. T. A, Elkin the t'H p .". .'" of wid Lio!. and Datnille, Boyle County, Kemurfcv. on j H. Kerueov. GiuraiaM of have gone into the mule business ' Plain IB .un. 4th. 11)1'. Pau 11. tfortMH Fiiriay, December 10. 1U10, at 30 P. -will ship a carload to Atlanta in a M., an9 the membeis from Lincni'i, VS J. A. A in-- n M f r C.C. short time R. IT. Tom i ison. At' ..! tur i'lnllt Mercer, and Bovle were piesoni in pei Paul II. Ilnwiiwn . Piiisumt toi jidgmenl ot ibe G -W. B. Burton shioped a car load cf son and the member fiouiG.irnud was mules. last week to WiiMin live Stock pi esent by proxy held by Chaii man .J mrd Ciicntt. Court, imrteren in cawp Hi Hi Noveuir N. O. They cost d, itl Farm and Stock. I OFFICIAL CALL Commissioner's Sale pf Land. -- .ir i nv wear and d no d r i" r t" he rf'f re-'C- I 0(J00l060000,000000009000 &? Aias2a y." 't' mm uh- - JU Wa li'pwiii'i1 I ,.., fi-- r i J ATTENTION! ) ..: ih i! t I ! !I Ikfifui by Shaveing on mm nxy liit. get shaved "sjj'.irflAy before at the old reliable ( s' huh-ruyi. irb r - Company at Wilson. him on tlia average of ) Residence Phone 3 LANCASTER, KY. ..vt- t- repairs. Think of it ! What other roofing will last as long and look as well ? They're fireproof, stormproof, and very easily laid. They can be laid right over wood shingles, if necessary, without ating dirt or inconvenience. For prices and other detailed information apply to Laid 20 years ago are as good as new METAL SHINGLES to-day and have never needed cre- James T. Hill, Agent, or Cortright Metal Roofing Company. Philadelphia, Pa. SELL YOUR TOBACCO We wiU pay highest market price at all times. liver either at Paint Lick or Stanford. De- C. Bonta, of Mercer, which proxy was K2NRV DUNCAN'S S185 per head. term, 10 10, tint u ideigutd eotiitu 'duly accepted by the Committee. COLUMN I Hmivsk bnopox Uicn3ioxD Street. Said meeting was called to order by At Richmond last Monday Senatoi MONDAY, JANUARY S3id.lU, - Chairman Penny. On motion, t R. L. Hubble bought four mules averill LlaV OcitifJ OuUID) OciUlb Un. 0rC V0 giCOCO OOOC HOirtXS COC, M Hutiuely was duy nominated and 15 at age $150. W. B. Burton bought thu iiuUJi ot Lttthe o oluou axcln-Ivan average of 8183.00 and one horse at elected Secretary of said Committee. iiuo ana lvu 1 M., srh t piiuuC out ripace lielow thl lieiulinu U for th- 's for use of our farmer t.'ilrribsr-- . m.il lli.ui $135. Biiirht & Fox bought 11 mules The following resolutions were then k,V Hi Minil. Ol liiu L.OUII iluUl.u hij;u- - the sule of stock, grain ami tilings on duly offered, seconded and unanimous 111 iancahici, Ivi;iitiiCK , tuiiic averaging $lio, loiiomng tun fiirm as the farmer CHiuiot afford to iulver-tiriiiiti Oi.sl nuii.ur luc ly adopted. fOHr Xo notice will oe eee(let IDpcl io A State Poultry Show will be held herein 1. A primary election i be only of the Init, noj eiti luiuciiieo: in Gairru lilies, mid u ill chaige in two Season iqio. in Lexii.gton, Jauuaiv 16 lo 21. This called to be held in the several voting I'outitv, K. iuuCh,). on tlie Watt-if- . Kkcukd. free of w. show will succeed the exhibition precincts of the Thirteenth Circuit Ui.ihc'hCictu rtiut ts tMiunUeit lib tul-- 1 state which has heretofnie been given bv Couit Distiict of Kentucky, consist inu .v.: bvgMitiiiit; hi a punn on ort About 50 barrels of corn ii siiinl. for t lie iTrtU U ciiatu r..... .1. T. Henri--. members of the Blue Grass Poultry of the counties of Lincoln, Ho)le, Gar iliu nmul sale. cotiir" to E ILiiimncK, itieut e N, 4fci Pet. Stock Association. and rard and Mercer, between the hours el .s. .ike hei a . 17.07 Cii i row and For. Sale. A line .Ir-e"' six A. M,. and four P. M .standard ClISl fs. .7l Cllillllh UJ t. pint A. W. K;iV:iiriusli. calf. I IVE STOCK 31ARKET. t'me, on Saturday, Much 4, 11)11, for (it ;i n a:i i. 1 lie U .Salit lljlilliiiici .iui". Foil Sale. 500 Hales of yoiwi tim- r.he purpose of noiniiiiitun: a Denn- - 1U links f'nme niaclf Hiiut. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS. r.ie. i i'bh i ew ii 5. 4ti tlv iiav. Thomas SIxyiii. IS. K. D. Xi Hogs Sheep cralic candidate for the ofuVe of .ludye i new Cattle Jan. 4. '0. !() S.")cu io tie mi'iclie nf i' I'HOXE 291 31C0 Receipts J (if i he Thiiteenth Circuit. Court, dis ifortsaid tn Ii ej 2 Paint Lick. Kv .w rurl C'JU 00 "23 OTce over F. ii. llHrt s furniture store. Shipments ' l n eande.... $5:fS)6i- - ttictof Kentucky, to be voted for at vi'hilieoN tii'l CATTLE: Shippers Fou Sale. Pure iireri i:iii Kentucky. K. l.BB kIimium N. 12 :: j Lancaster, .... 5 75 6 00 he special election to be held on tin oild rourl Butcher steers extra .... 4 SX9 5 ft'i first Tuesday after the first, M nidai E;Hsi us to tli lieiiuini, cviui.tn - t i'S inosiers ror SKien? yi.tkt .ipiecu Good to choice acres. C". a" ig 7 lis 1. II. Robinson, M rci 1 n , ICy. Common to fiur to November, 1911, to till the unex, Heifers, extra 53i0 0" pired term of said i.flico caused by the The R.ldpal TERMS mule on crei'-- ': ne i 5ai3 25 Good to choice (I tin n trill niKitlisH) Hid "Mound City Paints mai of 3 iT 4 2." death of Judj:e M V. SauhVy. Common to fair r wi'l - rrqnjr. t kIvhihii more, but, ! P. V.. & J E. Hh mes oo u 4 SV 2. All Democrats who aie leual voCows, extra gnix pt'i ttv li" 4t0 4 75 ters .shall be entitled to vnte in ii!ri wit'1 approv n s' Good to choice KENTUCKY. LOWELL, out tut rKt f;rin r'ate nf '? i h n 2o0a.:J7n Common to fair ptimary election, and are requested u ti'il iP'l'J-'Pf- l vd to trtti G- -t your sales.' 2 ii ttie htm to cry Canners so. lll'-f- i 'Of pavro'"! (I lib' ptlTII 4 2fc 90 ,'o Bulls balognas Best of references. ON THE LINKS. l nrt t" h!f 3. Any person desirinj,' to become :i t rfl hf nOH&OOO Extra . 4 505 00 candidate for the Democrat ic in niina-i.io- ii of :i ju'Iifmn-itt no'i'i whlT'i exti"i ' Fat bulls 9 75&0 00 CALVES: extra for said ofiiee, shall, not latci niiiv oi I' in t pnld at no.:: in i i. or. o 8 50 Falrtogood than Saturday, February 18, lull, give Ian. 4. 1911, A. Ani' ' G.( V. 4 .riCg 8 2 M Common and large J. s 2JC? 8 25 notice of his intention so to do, ii R. H. T'lTl'InSiM. HOGS : good packtrs and butchers f.f PI ! H S Kfa 8 25 writing, to G. L. Penny, Chairman o' MIxtd packers 83 5 .10 Stags h the Di trict Committee of the Common to choice heavy fat sow s. 0 50 7 8T t ircuitCourt District, and in 8 l.Vft 8 :i"i Light fhippers 1. W. 5farrow, Graduate Optician 7 00 8 3.i 'iddition, shall, at the time of niwnp Pigs, (110 lbs and less) 'i ( 4?i4 tilled. Satisfaction Ouaranteea. 4Si000 suli notice, deposit with said ehaii- SHEEP:extra ;'. 2i man the sum of 8S0U.OO. and no Goodtochoice 2 2V&3 50 Common to fair so to do shall be permitted u 0 5n01i0 LAMPS', extra C'.oG4o become, or to be, a candidate at said Goodtochoice Uakuaud (. coiiiT i FARMER'S Clie-nau- lt S U- tccn e-.- i, Jersey Bull - u -- u-h e. Hemy Simpson 88427 i, t., -- uv-- r U-u- s J. w. H. SWEENEY. TINSLBY, W- -J. v.- -- y 1 - . i ' County Surveyor. I i-- crnr, 1 ti-- - . o-pin- g) r 1 1- -2 ."i oii'(-li5sc- t"v l- irt &t "W. T- "f t- KING-ii c ti one ei? - 5CK5-- V 1 5- -id ff-- f B Thii-teent- 7'4 per.-o-frilli- 'r Ccmrn issioner' s Sale gf Land. Mti-soii lyMI - I Common to fnir 4 50(4.5 75 ndnatsac: THE AND W. P. KINCAID, DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO. Stanford, Kentucky. Residence Phone 199. CUE E 2 jP.a LOfllGS WITH )LM The Feeed That Fattens Cotton Seed Mea high grade; Guaranteed 41 per cent protein. Write for prices. by-.Huds- ri AND ALLTHROATANDLUNGTR0UBLES. I Hw Oiss for Gvms t.i.i Mm PRICE a-si. oo. nniia ci , WILLIAM A. BURNETT, Louisville, Ky. Established 1901. Represented in Lancaster & GTARANTEED SATISFACTORY, OB MONEY BEgTJHPED. R E MfRuheri.s Druu Store. Hughes. We Cordially Invite YOU TO SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH US. We feel that we are justified in telling you your tobacco will biing as much money sold over our floors as any market in the country, Lexington and Louisville not excepted. For the past ten days, we have made a BETTER AVERAGE daily per hundred than either Louisville or Lexington. We now have seven permanent buyers located in Danville buying for the largest Factories in this and foreign countries. For the past ten days there has been a steady increase in prices. On some grades of over 50 per cent. Buyers pronounce our new house on Walnut Street the best lighted house in Central Kentucky, The best evidence of this is that our average has been better per hundred than any other house in Danville. We charge nothing for rejections. Your tobacco is insured the minute it gets into our doors, and your check is ready for you in thirty minutes after the sale is over. Sales will be held every day except Saturday during the season. Write us for information. DANVIbbE T05ACCO WAREHOUSE CO. INCORPORATED. Tobacco Growers-fUTENTI- ON! The loose floor sale at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse on Perryville street, immediately east of the Queen and Crescent Railway, is being held every day. Buyers from all leading factories are on hand. All tobacco is placed on sale in uniform grades, each grade bringing the highest market price. We make no charge for rejections and will sell your tobacco until you are satisfied with the price you receive. All insurance is carried by us and your tobacco is protected from the minute it enters our house until it is sold. Experienced men in charge of all departments to guard your interest Our advice, as is the advice of all tobacco v f. warehouses, is that you place your tobacco upon the market as soon as it has been stripped. It weighs more then and you save the cost of extra hauling and get the use of your money. the capacity to accommodate fifty loads of tobacco atone time-a- nd The People's Warehouse-has ample room for a hundred head of horses. Remember the location the Queen and Crescent Railway. Col. I. M. Dunn is the auctioneer who sells Perryville street, immediately east of twenty-fiv- at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse; he has had e years experience in the production of.burley tobacco; his judgement on tobacco you get free. He is ably, assisted by C. C, Lucas, of North Carolina, who is an auctioneer of large experience in the loose leaf market me PEOPLES' TOBACCO - WAREHOUSE Phone No 50. DAVE ROSS, Solicitor in Garrard County. Incorporated. , CO. DANVILLE, KY. iiicurr election. James J. Ilainiitou & Oibets inottl 4. Said District Committee will VS meet at the office of its Secretary, in speio & ot.lters dtft.s DENTIST Danville, Kentucky," on Monday, Febto .t judgement of tt-- (ji Ptiuani ii ruary 20, 1911, at two P. M., staitdatd t.ird i.'iicuit Ci.Luit coui lcntiet-Olfce over Mn Arnold's Millinery. CdUst at is time, and if, at the expiiaiion of the tlie ah c Hie liuu. teitii. time fixed by Section 3 lieieof, there win on ) be not more than oue candidate for 42&caji&MUX DAY, JAXCAliY, 23d. 101 1, M, 3 &ae& said office who has complied with the ll ji Edith You look tired, dear. cotididions of Section 3, then the cotr-(- ii ImaUjU U.liluuiill tuu,t liie II IiI.toi tttt Vc CiC uui.i Why, I'm alrncst Ethel Tired! it, tee shall resolve itself into a rioini .nultvol' !., sen at yu il U cry I.. dead! I walked all the way out hero n;iting convention, and shall derlue (lUlttit't Lll ,"UM liou v umn to Li All Vi irK Guaranteed. my house fully half a mile!, such person to be the nominee for tin ,;.iMui, Kei.tUChV, to Ihc UIIk ,vt aim,, from Kentucky. Ue.sl Ouuiut tot; l iUAi. k lril p.opr.-(Paint Liek, candioffice, and shall refund i. tt 1 CdttU it. , lli.-Same Old Bluff. theamountdeposited by him, les U.il to i tJ)U ii i oripei i date K.'M'lUCfc). IrtHl u.iUividec! lotci- - The notes she writes are full ofs Mtes the costs then accrued fur adverikiiii Twosievei.t'i, Thai seldom comes to ninrial tot; and preparing for said elec i n. t oi Ol a lldCL l'l ,tlli! C Kllilllill . a sj Fut when she says she ntws i . s f.. ov : (J 5. The polls shall be opened in each oM acr..! ami It means she's made anoilu r blot. and every voting piecinct of all the u u UiaoOicii.iid uiitl vrbMhV. Dhv;if-ar- i It: ,i Ita.l ii. d iti.oi.t oiiu counties in the district, aforesaid, in linppii-t- .p i'.g---tn lle and iest Infti.u , ii, t Very Much Heat. reiu the regular voting places. itd ii t e OiTiice over Logan's store. u id- led .,w "Listen to this," cried trip authx. 6 Upon the closing of the polls, I'M'' reading from his manuscript. As hfe Ill tllU lollKWiuu 'ent-- P'.oue 75. Office Phone 6. t he officers shall proceed to count the ooiinderi on tne wist Uy Mm lands oi looked at her, fire and fury blazed up and to make return, and in St. Buioid Mison mi the mhjiIi ly ballots ev and In his eyes, and as that look searched ot .ievs.- - I x and Et Be wesp-Indoing, shall be governed by the provisny ihe tai (U uf AVt- i.m her soul she fell to tlio ground noith ions of the general election law, and o'i the .s and on i li eist liv Mi scalding tears!' IIouV hit?" ' KiiiuKl "Hot stuff!" returned the aJmir&s the returns shall be made to the chaii land and confiinsaiot.taOfl acres man of the respective counties in the I'ne pin pose of Ins .sh'o is to ti ,ry : friend. of QUALITY. District, who will deliver the still' del t ot one hundrtd and fifty -r rloiln. with intetest tlierei n at six p' books, the certificates, and any ques- per I Her Belief. antuitii. fn in .lime SO 1, 191 Due-t- il tioned ballots to the Secretary of this I, and ln Stella Maude is a firm believer 'n fin iiiriny pi Committee. to one himdied att'i k'ixtv four do1 the theory that people should maVi:. eHiit-i'?l7. The oflicers ot elections shall be 07) to nf li their opposites. selected by this Committee from the .lanti iv 2:ird, 1!)U. and ost.s ppr x Mabel What makes you think so? enlists to be submitted by the several mi'ed St7.3.jiii c ll' t rn tnrt Steila Why, since she became (t in accordance with the pio wh'ch ii'iov: s'v'pd tiei "Tp lnfl gaged to Billy Black she is bleaching candidates cisf in Ibis RcSL ESTATE. golden. Billy, you visions of the primary election law. will be sirl as l ho''ir cijeli pirt - her dark hair to 8know, is a brunette. Etch candidate shall be entitled will satisfy tlie alinve judgement. Sell Farms on low Commission. i to designate, by a written notice to TKI1MS. Titles A'ostf'ncted.-- Phone 221. the chairman of each county comm t- - rills sale will le niadf on credit, ol Smart Alecks. tee in the District, not, less than five ix iroo'hs fine with in'pti.st "Here's a note from one of those days prior to March 4 1911, the name six oei cent pei mn'iiin date cheerful idiots," remarked the ii precinct sale until paid. Saul pu chaser of one person for each editor as he opanjd he r qi i'pd i ogive bond with approver in said county, to actas challenger and spcnnt, a a yellow envelope, "who wants to lin Jhlng retjitncniidni SMtft know why Niagara falls." inspector for said candidate at said land tose'Mite snid Physican and Surgeon ts bo'tt primary election. "That's easy," rejoined the horse reto ha vp the f rce a"( t Aw o :i Office Danville street. 9. The committee shall meet at two mpnt upon which ixwiMw may issik porter. "Tell him it's because its bed cannot hold it up." P. M., standard time, at the office of tf snm" i'- - not, pud when due. OUice Phone 89 Residence Phone 9. its Secretary, in Danville, Kentucky, .Ian. 4, 1911 J. A Anion. M. O H.P. ( on the next day after the ret urns shall Very Appropriate. R, IT. Tonilinsnn. At'ornev Call and see us for a good Pint If. have been made, and canvass the vote "Your lines to a hobble skirt are CHt at said election, and issue a truly suitable." lETair Cut and Clean Shave. nomination. "As to how in particular?" inquired I 10 The chairman of the Distrist the gratified poet. Ike Only Two White Barbers In Town. "They limp badly." Committee is directed to employ a See the tall sin, North side of competent person to copy from the i fori regular registration books made Public Square. Kitchen Philosophy. the cities of Danville and flarrodt-buryou think there is anything in "Do M. for the 1910 election, the names GAKKAKD t IKCITIT I'OCUT nutmeg raising?" of all Democrats, and the person so Cleil Thomas ui.u uiiaia "Well, it ought to have grate 1 lis emp'oted shall return the copies, certified as required by law, to said Chaii sjimmli! MiQuem a ,d others d ftsd t .i juu,:tiueoi ol the man, who shall cause them to he duly (jucuu U.uit leudeud in Hit It Wasn't Saturday. LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. delivered to the officers of elections; aiovslleil c.uise at. ii Jf.v uiIm i "Did you advertise for a girl?". aud the chairman is directed to cause enn 1U.0 ttie uuderMgntu coinmis"Yes, I want a girl to scrub." Will'Pracfice In all State Courts and "I don'tneed scrubbing, and when io be printed and prepared for use the i uiei rt il on TJ. S. District Court. do I can scrub myself." tequisite number aud kind of ballots, MONDAY. JANUARY 23rd. 1911. Office over Police Court. Phone 194. which shall bear the fascimile of his toif il.ite Uiin OuiiiiLV Cvtirt, U tins liouis of twelve o'tl rk eteeo .signature, and he will procure Un- noo.i aud t..M P. M., v. ill rem to ihe Its Value. f necessary election supplies, ana cause iiifittst and lit.st, bioaur,!! Iioot ol hear Jack Smart married a She i hem, together with the ballots, to be Llie Lourt House door in Latiea-ugirl with a fine figure. I should delivered to the officers of election as KeuLucU, the ffilowioi; puperiy lJ Hp S1O.000 say sol A figun of I vu: a year. n quired by law about Tins ptopcrty is iocatud in Uarr.tu. 11. The chairman will cause opies Count i, 1... tioU in mux. o la Ujc oin-aiu- o or this resolution, certified oy himself ai.tl ul.u. luciiL oi toe laiuls ot l. ion. j Cleaning and Pressing Laand the secretary of the committee, to u. Ho.s.s as ioi, no oiii, aiiii tjt.un(it( lieu i mi 1, t; t.t a ui,i e ta. Cured By The Marvel of The Cenfur; B. be. posted one at the court, house door dies and Men's Garments. and Mtaup, c..inei ti Jacob ie..iiu. in Stanford, Lancaster, Danitle thence & 7uJ W. 40 P.ilo t a -t B. B. Tested For 30 Years, Harrodsburg, and one in twenty other shoe Repairing Phone 340 Public S3 lOi E. i.l-- tui-c' mspicuous places in each Dis poles to a si itke ii il.ei in- of ill. c Square. Second hind clothes sold on pole-t- o commission. trict, for not less than forty days prior whoiesurvej, thenc E UG Drives out blood poison in anv grace iicai a .suai nennar.eotlv. without deadly a siaie on a hiiii-idto Februaryll, 1911, and said notice nippury I ee liencu N. IIU p'i e.s lo.i sutKe in h. W. Faulkner, fVlgr. hi'll also be punhshed in each Demo- road icornet lo ? I). U.iiuenter tlienr-N- wit' pure botanical ingredient!, t' newspaper in the District. cratic 69i, W. 2'J po es lo a st.iku in s,i n prove It. wp will spud inn a SAMPLE O i motion the Committee then ad- -j road larpei tei'.scon ei, thence K. 63i TREATMENT FREE. Office over OUice Hours turned o Ca W. 25 po e.s lo a .slake If von have Ulcers, Eitinir Stores, a .m. to 12. t p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store. G. L. Penny, Chairman, p in ei's lu-theme N. 4 E 4 Mm Itrlinjr Humors. Swet inirs Miicn in Uaipuniei' Chenault Huguely, Secrptirv pohstoa stal-Pains, (ffenslve Pimeorner to NkmLiikI. thence N 7Si Patches, ind 3 4t. W6 p es to i hunch of will ples or erupt inns, take H B B.IRo-tani- c DSarf 3T. Fine New Automobile Tires, chea'd on a hi audi neir the old tmyaid at d Blood Balm) AH svmptons not trust made goods. Save you 50 corner to said Newliud, thence y. 14 heal quicklv, Blood is made pur&and Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. YV 24 poles ro a said branch, per cent on tire cost. Any style bead. thenceS. 4S "W stake in to a staketn rich, completely, channintr Ihe etttre 15 poles 28x2-81- 2 75. 30x3 2 $17.80, S id hrancli, iiPar a locust, tlierce S. hodv into aclpan, healthy condu:op, 60, 30x3-81- 3 I have just opened up a new, clean GO, 34x3 60. 32x3 8, E 47 pdes to the beiunin, con- heilinp every sore and stopjiliit ail 34x4-8280. taining 631-- 2 acres. 31x4 822 00, aches,;palns and itclunir, curinjA'the TERMS Duulops 15 per cent or worst case ef rduod poison. UrnuJIsts Said'r3ntal will he on a credit additional, Tubes 15 per cent less twelve months and the purchaser wll' or by express,. S1.00 per Lirpe b(MP on Lexington street next to the post than standard prices. No b" reqitlr d to give bond wlih approv-b- d with directioq? for home cure.Vstm-- .' office and will be glad to have my goods,. Prompt shipments C. O l. secuiitv hearinir six per cent, inter pies sent free Dy writing liiooa. film friends to call and see me. Clean allowing examination. 5 per cent dis- est, from data of rental, until paid, H hie on thp count for cash wPh order. 0st day of January 1912. hie and free GaM Describe your too- - Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention medical advice 1 The renter will he required to use the GEYER SALES CO. Dayton , Ohio land in a careful aud busband like Sold by F. P Frisbie. Al. K. Denny, ! $$ o iv-ti- u lli. J5-v- t -r lit-.u- u PATRICK, Dentist. -- to-suc- L s 1 !. " R. Win. BURNETT ua anr iiirnnn : - i- 1 -7 - llt"-Clli- 0 Ri e g - s 1 - Rowers en, nr-jiii- Ware McRoberts. ri-- lit '1 6t -- ju'l-"-in'- o-i- s fi Jiaghes Swinebroad - -- f'-i- answera-to-corresponden- ts Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, fr Commissioner' s Sale gf Land. 1 Pur-.u.iiii g, HOUSE. Uiit-rar- J. E. Robinson, f r Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Blood Pois 1 ie - 8-- 10 -- . -- 4-- ll e B-n- 12-2- -- e G-- 10 - 1-- 30x4-821.-7- 0. 32x4-83.9- 6 34x41-5-831.7- 0, Barber Shop sh-'dd- y o-- (j'n.V-Atlant- JHmiwK r: JOHN DUNCAN. a, wr- -