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KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1911 f ATTENTION TOBACCO GROWERS, Mr. Walter Norman and Miss Etta Calico of the Paint Lick section were Every tobacco grower in the county married at the Manse by Rev. Brown is urgently requested to be present at on Wednesday. 40. r HOUSE Tobacco Sales Made Last Friday. iei, tha a meeting to be held at the court Today is Friday the 13th, Maj. J A. house in Lancaster at2 o'clock SaturBurnslde suggests that everyone exer- day afternoon January 14, 1911. Matcise unusual care and avoid the evil in ters of importance are to be discussed. fluences of the day. Read Tins. Carriage Repairing, Etc Now is a good time to get 6 Sy Mr. John M. Sanders of Upper GarNotice the label on jour paper and rard who recently bought the John please call by the the office and pay Woods farm near Bryantsville has pur yonr subscription or mail check. We hased the store at Marksbury. are in need of money so please attend The first and only Postal Savings to this at once. Bank in the state was opened at Small Blaze. on the second inst., under A negro cabin belonging to the Hopthe supervision of Postmaster W. H per estate was destroyed by fire MonTurner. day afternoon. It was occupied by Note the Financial report of the Mary Nevius and two of her small City, published in this issue of the children who were in the house were paper which shows that our town has seriously burned. The contents were money in the Bank and is in good con- a total loss. Prompt work of the dedition. partment saved the Garrard Flouring Bev. J. G. Livingston, the aged mln Mill which was just across the alley ister who for many years has been in from the burned building. charpe of the church at Goshen, is Garrard Bank & Trust Co. critically ill at bis home on Cedar Creek in Lincoln county. At the annual meeting of the stockholders of the Garrard Bank & Trust Bragg Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs, B. E. Thompson of this county Co on Tuesday afternoon the old corps with the and Miss Kittle Burnslde Huffman of of officers were exception of Mr. Alex Walker being Jefferson-villStanford, were married in made a director in place of Mr. Banks Ind., on January 3rd. Hudson, who resigned because of bis The county Board of Supervisors is leaving the city. Mr. W. H. Brown They have a was added to the list of directors. in session this week. number of people summoned before The men in charge of this popular inthem to show cause why the assessed stitution are all good business people value of their property should not be and the Bank is sure to get better all increased. the time. Mid-dlesboro Shelburne's Warehouse West Side South Broadway, Just Below Southern Depot. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 6th, 1911. They report the market higher and say they will make it pay the people to sell with them. Our market with a half dozen big warehouses, and half a dozen big redrylng plants, and. big storage houses, has more competition than any other for all grades of Burley tobacco, both new and old. The big manufactures and dealers prefer to buy where they have located their big plants and storage bouses, and save the extra expense of prizing and reprizing and shipping to Lexington to tie redried and stored, so it is plain it will pay you to save this expense, and come on the Sbelburne Warehouse where you get the best prices and accomodations. We give below some sales made last Friday, which shows that Shelburne's Is still in the lead for high prices. Huddenston Bros, Lbs. Price. 540 410 545 470 460 515 560 530 585 395 t Help To Make Us Happy Pay Your Account 1 I H m 1 BROS. e, while they are cheap. WATCH THS SPACE. Mr. C. E. Bankin, of Harrodsburg, Phone For Prices. law partner of the late Judge W. C. The Peoples Tobacco Warehcuse of Bell, and who is well known here, having acted as court stenographer here Danville now have the Bastin 'phone on several occasions, was married last J their warehouse and authorizes us week to Miss Bettie Bolton of Burgin t say that any person in Garrard at $19 75 at 17.00 at 17.00 at 16.75 at 16.50 at 16.75 at 16.00 at 16.00 at 14 50 at 14.50 at at at at at at Co. $15.75 15 75 15 00 11.75 9.25 We Need The Money. HASELDEN ing dog. has commenced his ravages the sheep of the county. On Tuesday night they invaded the flock of Mr. Robert Henry and killed and crip pled twenty three out of thirty of his sheep. on That perennial pest, the sheep kill- Editor Cecil Williams of the Somer set Times was among the number of CONN MOTHERS l persons injured when an Observation car attached to fast train Number two on the Q. & C, left the track within a few hundred yards of High Bridge on last Thursday. Connty can 'phone them without cost. This warehouse sold 85,000 pounds Tuesday and 50,000 pounds Wednesday which sold at from $4.00 to $18.75. The following Garrard County people have sold at this house: Eb Cooley, Lewis Simpson, Lee & Purcell, Fox & Wilcox, Fox & Sonrf George Yactiss, G. B, Huffman, J. P. Foley, O. H. Foley, F, W. Montgomery, Sexton & Knight,, Bill Hlatt, Cleveland Bourne, L. D. Lee, J. F. Spratt, E. Leavell, Oy Foley, Myro Simpson, Earl Farra, Jack Denny, Rankin & Evans, Jas. Hiatt, West & Robinson. GROWERS Burgin and Shinfessel, Madiscn Co. Lbs. Price 650 795 645 395 500 290 6.00 J, P. Moberly, Madison Lbs. Price. Lancaster, Ky. Ce&&&& Bright whose home is in Danville but who travels for Mr. Eugene Fulton-C- OF BURLFY TOBACCO ' Co., of Louisville, was married in Danville to Miss Virginia Crutcber of Lexington. Mr. Bright has many friends in Lancaster who wish him and his young bride much happiness. onway Meet In Lexington and Effect Temporary Organization. Unanimous Vote To 160 at $20 00 300 at 18 75 247 at 18.25 220 at 18.00 170 at 18.00 210 at 17 00 295 at 16.00 190 at 14.25 150 at 13.75 40 at 1050 Cut Out 1911 Crop. Average over 17c. D. The Growers of burley tobacco met in Lexington on last Friday and effect ed a temporary organization under the name of "The Burley Tooacco Union." The meeting was largely at- H. Morguson, Clark Co, Lbs. Price. 215 295 225 135 310 235 130 35 YOUR ACCOUNT IS Mr. George Boner the clever and affable editor of the Kentucky Tribune of Nicholasville was in town Monday and dropped into the Record office for ashortvisit. George is hot on the e, trail of the Nicholasville gets it. and here is hoping be post-offic- DUE Come in end settle. Editor Shelton Saufley of the Interior Journal seems to be trying to make that paper second to none in the state in so far as equipment is concerned, recently he installed a type setting machine and now he ha6 just placed a new late Improved Meible press in bis office, after first having moved to more commodious quarters on Main street. Tell The News. Mr. Geo. i We Need Tie Money. for this paper. If vou know any news tell him just the same as you would the editor. $100.00 Reward. Upon request of Circuit Judge Walker Governor Wilson has offered a re ward of one hundred dollars for the apprehension of the unknown white man who on the night of December 24, 1910, shot and killed George Will Bosler an old colored man near Hack-leMarried In Lancaster. Smith Jr. is now a reporter THIS MEANS YOU. y. J. R. Mount Son & Go. Lancaser, Ky. jgjtgaMiailiaBnSBtaMia mmmimmmmmwSmi&.-Qi- , Miss Pattie Noel, age 19, the winsome daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W, T. Noel of Buckeye and Mr. Ollle Bogie, son of Mr. Nathan Bogie of the same locality were married at the residence of Rev. Bush, who officiated, on Wednesday afternoon. They will reside with Mr. Bogie for the present. Good Selection. tended and delegates were present from nearly all sections where burley tobacco is grown, so large was the crowd that the court house would not hold them and they were compelled to adjourn to the opera house- The first step taken was to vote on whether or not they would cut the 1911 crop, the result showed the meeting to be almost unanimously in favor of raising no crop this year. The meeting then adopted articles of incor poration under the name of the "Burley Tobacco Union." and the following officers were elected: President, June W. Gayle, of Owen county; Vice President, James F. Mlddleton, of Shelby county; Secretary and Treasurer, C. F. Cbenault, of Madison county. The articles of incorprration create only a temporary organization, until the growers may have time to pass upon who shall be their leaders, The burley growers are asked to meet at their respective voting precincts on Saturday preceding the first Monday in February and elect a precinct mem ber of a county Board of Control; the members so elected will meet at their county seat on the following Monday and elect a county chairman. The county chairman so elected will be a member of the Board of Directors of the new organization. The new board thus elected is called to meet in Lexington on March sixth, at which time the term of office of the above named officers will expire, and the new officers will be elected by representatives chosen directly by the growers. Lexington was chosen as the headquarters of the new at at at at at at at at at at at at at 816.75 14.75 13.75 12.75 10 75 9.75 7.50 7.50 In order to make room for my large Spring Stock of Goods, for Thirty Days You can get the greatest bargains in James Ramsey. Lbs. Price. 50 45 $17.75 15.75 J. M. Johnson. Lbs. 310 205 440 395 300 260 655 Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Fronts, Carriage Heaters ever placed on the market in Lancaster. Price. $16.00 15.75 14.75 14.75 13.00 at at at at 12.00 10.00 F. Shepard, Fayette Lbs. 340 430 115 90 45 Co. Price. W. J. Romans. (IraiMiaillEfHyrMfRUiSTrgiina at at at at $19 00 16.25 16 25 at 13.75 10.00 Average 17c. mImBImWmM!Mt. im Our sales were fully one dollar higher on common stuff and two dollars higher on all good working stock. All the good brigbt tobacco is selling high. Our customers were all wall pleased for they could all see that we pushed the prices up to the limit on every pile by bard work on the sales add by our own bidding; tbey will come again, come with them, and we will do the same for yon. We waut you to come and see our new addition lust completed, making Shelburne's Warehouse the best lighted and the most complete sales floor in the State; 410 feet long, by 100 'to 158 feet in width, about the largest in the m m Aitunftft pmm ha mnn m on $500 land; why will not Dairying pay in Garrard County on $100 land? Dairymen in Holland get about one cent per pound more for their butter than we in America, tout this advantage is offset by the fact that they import their concentratos (bran and cottonseed meal) from America. Dairying is progressive in character. It's possibilites increase with each succeeding year. Dairying will not wear out your land, but will enable you to pass it on to your son in better condition than when you received it. YOUR ACCOUNT IS II DUE. f si substantial institution, The National Bank, dis. played good judgement in selecting Dr. W. M. Elliott as a director. He is intelligent, progressive, enterprising and will discharge his duty faith- That old, popular and PLEASE CALL. ft I fully in any position. The financial condition of the Bank Is published in the issue of the papersThe Bank has made a fine showing and increased its surplus fund $5000,00. Euan-Qellan. - Sberley Bush Elkin was married on Dec, 29th. 1910 at Buckbannon W' Ya. to Miss Erma Clellan of that place. The wedding was a very quiet affair, only a few friends of the groom and the immediate relatives of the bride being present. They will reside in g ??.e5-ff- d 8-Elkms W. Va. Sherley has a goad position as a traveling salesman for Roberts, Johnson & Guaranteed 41 per cent irotein. Write for prices. Rand, shoe manufacturers of St Louis Ky. A. Mo. "Pug's host of friends in LancasHugkee. ter whlsh him untold happlnss8..v Represents in, Lancaster by Hudson & Established 1901. I R. . HcRoterts & Son. The terms of the articles of Incorporation and the by laws to be adopted leaves the control of the tobacco with the counties and the county officers, and the only authority vested in the officers or the executive committee, or that shall be so vested when the .'bylaws are adopted, in so far as the' selling of the tobacco is concerned, will be to act as the agents of the Board of Directors and to Bell the tobacco at the price fixed by that board. President Gayle appointed the following gentlemen as members of the State. Our house unlike-another in the State is built right to show your tobacco, being shedded almost entirely to the Sonthr with big' sky lights light on our which give a soft-south sales floor. ' ' Pl!!fiUBJ!i!li WILLIAM BURlfeTT, Louisville, 5s jwi i Cotton Seed Meal any time, 'phone or drop us a executive committee: James F! Mld- line, and we will give you best advice. dleton, of Shelby; C. E. Ta(e, of LinCome to see us, and hear the best JJSJI coln; A.G. Turnipseed. of Adams coun Auctioneer of them all, J: B. s. ty, Ohio; J. Lee Brlwdell, of Nelson; T? ours truly, J. M. Crain, of Fleming; Judge Scott Mays, of Washington ;and A. W. HamSHELBURNE TOBACCO WARE ilton, of Montgomery. ' W4 HOUSE. . Overtures have been made by vaBoth Phones 1704. organizations, Jook rious other tobacco SILAS SHELBURNE, incr both to an amalgamation," fend " ' 'K: L. KNIGHT'-- " with a view to worklngtb each others I mntual interest, but nothing defipite i" JOHN has as yet bean done along this line. Railroads are offering us special rates on loose tobacco shipped in cars. If you ship in packages you can put in as many grades as you wish, separating them by paper. Also see that your name and address are on each package. If you wish to hear from the mar- In dairying there are no trust, no, cut-out- s, no pools necessary, no off years. Daidyinb is the ideal road to succesi. Xet us show you. Blue-Grass ket at? H. V. Bastin, Prop. Creamery-ran V5V Stal-llng- FURS Lj A HIGHEST MARKET FRKfE PAID FOR RAW PURS AN HIDES WmImCmwMm. Writ for pJe-- AND HIDES -- . jI'rtftARSriAL. IktMflNMMgfN. WHITE & CO, "iUV l &z A CVwVHPl . b. 'qfraifrf ?? a f 1? ' r -i frf S-- S. - , CENTRAL RECORD (INCORPORATED) 11-00 Gr.eary nor benefiting Johnson. Let personalities be excluded County, subject to the action of the and democratic Dartv, A little girl whose finger was bitten A TEAR. ISSUED WEEKLY. Union Services. Prayer. off by a bear to which she was feeding peanuts, and who said, "Don't blame GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. It is impressive. From Korea to the nice bear; it was all my fault." is Gabrard CiRcuir Court Kentucky, from Asia to America, Chi an angel that beats the .Entered at the Pott Office in Laneatter, JTy., cu Garr, Scott & Co., Plaiuiiff na to the Carolmas, Africa to Alaska, Second'CUut Mail Matter. VS world-wida During 1910, the fisherman of Maine J H. Brooks, et al, Defendants Polynesia to Russia. So hundred million Christians this month Pursuant to a judgement of tbe Garcaught 19,936,542 lobsters They Member Ky. Press Association. Court couldn't have caught' many here but rard Circuitcause rendered in the (as annually) are praving and talking and above styled at. Its November we bet they could have caught a few term, 1910, The undersigned Commis togetner for the same things as if in a family circle. The Mary and Martha Eighth District Publisher League. "bigger"ones.bere in Lancaster? sioner will on Hubert Yreeland Leaves Conner Journal. women of Lancaster and Garrard, as MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1911, 1428 citizens of Adams county, Ohio, tnib day being Uouuiy (Juuit Day, be- usual, stand it. Mr. Hubert Yreeland has resigned Lancaster, Ky., January 13, 1911. But, but. The men, the men can Have; coa'fessed' to'- selling tween the hours of twelve o'ciuok noun his position a3 managing editor of the two o'clock, P M., sell at public Lazarus rise from the dead? That's of the Courier Journal to accept a more their votes.' There are" 20 Indictm- aud outcry in front of tue cuuri all. pendbur,;. , Rates For Political Announcements. lucrative position. Mr. Yreeland was ents-yet ,. house door in Lancaster, Kentucky, Wednesday Night. ''Conversions of to the highest and best, bidder the For Precinct and City Offices... . 5.00 an able writer and all round newsthe World," at Baptist Church. Rev. Three legislatures' now' in session; followlngrreal property, to wit, proven by his 10.00 paper man as he has For Count? Offices Missouri, and Texas, have or parcel of land Tinder. That and District Offices. . . 15.00 rapid rise with the Courier Journal. measures Arkansas seeking to regu lying in certain tract For State Garrard County, Kentucky on Thursday Night: "The Gospel in before them Be is popular alike with both press 10 For Calls, per line ihe waters of Copper Creek, and being Our Nation," (Home Missions) at Pres and public and their well wishes will late the liquor traffllc. , 10 the same purchased by F. M. Cartel bvterian Church, Bro. Brown. For Cards, per line follow him wherever he may go. Mr. from J. M. Nave and M. R. Miller, ana For all publications in the interRepresentative Clark of Florida has bounded as follows: Beginning at a Friday Night: "The Christian Harrison Robertson will succeed Mr. est of individuals or expression introduced a "Jim Crow" bill to gov poplar on a branch and near a ruao Home and School," at Methodist .10 Yreeland with the additional duties of individual views, per line.. corner to F. Morans heirs (now J. W Church, Dr. Pearce. ern the District of Columbia. 05 of general manager. Mr. Robertson is Obituaries, per line Walker) thence with same S. 36 V. No services Saturday night. Sunnot unknown to the readers of the white oak corThe remains of Senator Stephen B. 27ipolestoa pinW.and poles to white day morning, "Brotherhood." all charge 83 ner to same S. 61 Courier Journal, having been in Glkins of West Virginia were laid to oak and hickory on a small drain cor- churches. Sunday evening, "Governof the editorial columns of that paper ANNOUNCEMENTS rest at bis old home in Elkins W. Ya. ner to same S. 10 E. 139 poles to hlcko--- y ment and Politics" at Christian for a number of years. Saturday. and white oak on a small dram ana Church, four ten minute addresses. For Circuit Judge near the bead of a hollow (old corner) Adams county Ohio now has a promcorner to same S, 7 W. 78 pules to two Notice To Trustees. Death la Roaring Fire white oaks on south side of and near n We are authorized to announce Hon inent place in the limelight because of 38 (old After a reconsideration of the agreeCbarles A. Hardin a candidate foi be indictment and conviction of over may not result from the work of fire- drain polescorner) corner to same S. on to a white oak on a ridge me thousand of her citizens for vote bugs, but often severe burns are caus- E 84 Disment to continue tbe rural schools two Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial point southeast of a round knob (black trict, at the November election, 1911, celling. It seems that the votes of ed that make a quick need for Buck-len- 's oak grove) corner to same N. 51 E. months by supplementing tbe teachers subject to the action of ihe Democrat- the citizens of that county were its Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest crossing asmall drain in a flat at 78 salaries, it was decided by the County principal commodity, and that the cure for burns, wounds, bruises, boils, poles in all 126 poles to a dead white Board to withdraw the proposition party. ic jractice had been continued for years, ores. It subdues Inflammation. It iak on east bluff of a branch of Coppei this year. Jennie Higglns, Co. Supt Ireek justabo've the forks of a brancli so long in fact that it was becoming kills pain. It soothes and heals. Driv small chesnut oak pointer (old comer) r,o be looked upon as a matter of course Tobacco Crop Of 1911. es off skin eruption, ulcers or piles lot found S 6 E. 5 poles to a white oal ind as .one old citizen expressed it, Only 25c at K. E, McBoberts & Son. in a flat near and just above tbe forks There is no question as to the large "they loud there wan't no harm in it " of a branch in Elliott's line (now Bates) lm. .hence with said line S. 45 W. cross! m. supply of tobacco on hand by reason oi The prostituting of the right of suf,t brancli at 90 poles passing liites coi-iand If an frage, even in one man, Is a heinous blu croDS of the Examination. at 921 pules Lu stake and white oat other full crop is raised in 1911 tin :rime. hut wnen It seizes hold up an The examination for applicants for pointer in all 200 pules lo a stake on .. supply will be yet greater and prices mtire county, it becomes a menace, Women, whea threaleiei nil side facing east black oak pupiar must be even lower than at the pres which should be dealt with as summa- Common School Diplomss will be held tud leaning hickory (uld corner) m-with a mishap, should take In my office January 27 and 28. fouud S. 20 E. 82 poles to a 3 black oak: ent time. rily as it has been by the fearless Cardui and preveit the triaJennie Higgins.Co. Supt. in a high narrow ridge aud in Con wai V What Is the best thin? for the gro of that county. line thence with said Hue S 45 VV. 8(51 ble from occurring. er to do under the circumstances: poUs to a white oak knife marked ano REPORT OF THE CONDITION In your delicate coaiitloa raising blazed and pointer on east bluff of a If everybody in all the tobacco Atlee Fomerene Lieut. Governoi prom; of Cupper Oreekcorner to Hiait raise Mn fleet of or THX it will save yon much pals districts would decline to Canton Starke county Obli-vaN. 28 W. 83 poles to small hickory :on 1911 crop it might be the best for all. and misery. Thousaidsiave dem-- . on Friday nominated by the iort.li edge of asmall drain (old corner) and we are inclined to the belief Bu N.88 W.24 poles to a stake N.76W.18 ti Uniera tic caucus at Columbus to be tried Cardni before ctallic-me- nt National Bank t young black oak in a bottom gum aud what would it. cost the state and thi ted States senator to succeded Cnarlej and have fount1 It ! wo poplar pointers N. 56 W. 18 polec county to undertake such a problem, vV Dick wonderful benefit. present senator, who is i; the o two small white oaks N. 52 E 22 (No. 2888. is worthy of the serious consideratiot republican, as the Ohio legislature poles to small hickory and black oaU OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT of all, Better quit tobacco growing the nomination was virtu-tll- y in south bank of a drain N. 40 W. 2d and pursue other agricultural crop Close of Business Jan 7th, 1911. ooles to a down white oak on a drain N an election. 8 W. 76 ptiles to a stake N, 35i W. 40 than have anarchy and bloodshed h RESOURCES. It srems that while President Taf a poplar in a bottom supposed Take our community and state. Anothpi las been eating possum and bobnobl Loans and discounts 1167,649 91 ooles to Jverdrafts. secured and unsecured.. 2.888 93 ".nrner to Hlatt S. 88 E. 20 to a stake be considered in connect lug qnest ion to G0.000 00 S, 83 E 40 poles to a stake 11 poles with the southern peopls the fei-:- es 'J. S Bonds to secure circulation 900 00 ion with a "cut out" is the increas surrounding bis own preserve Bonds, securities, etc and fixtures S.OOO 00 from a chestnut white oak ard spotted crop In other states. Concedin the tak pointer N. 23 E crossing a deep "ie from National Banks (not Relave become sadly In need of repair 6,092 35 ravine at 26 pole in all 411 poles to a serve Agents) ing that it is both possible and practi- ind of Ohio has gradually )ue from State and Private 'Banks the state Mrs. Fannie Nichols, white oak snag under a point two cal to cut out a crop in Ken tuck , Irifted from the hands of the G. O. P. and Bankers, Trust Companies 1,686 29 young hickories and wmte oak now and Savings Banks Mexico, Mo., writes: "Last would not other states, the price n Due from approved reserve agents... 43.741 01 marked as pointers (uld corner) N. 73 nto the roster of democratic states. 269 b3 vV Checks and other cash Items year I was threatenei with soaring up by reason of a cut out, in20 poles to a stake on east bank ot 995 00 lotes of other National Banks a. draiu N. 78 W. 18 poies to a slake N. crease tbejactft ties for growing am Pactional paper currency, nickels a mishap and Wine of Carial There is a rumor afloat that Hon. J. 189 88 47 E. 10 pules to a wmte oak stump on andcents help keep theprice down? Momy Reserve In Bank, viz: C S. Blackburn, who since his retun-frohelped me mere thai aiy ..awful ,uuth sloe oi aud near a drain N. 2. E. (9.651 00 Another serious problem for tnt the Canal Zone has been living Specie.. 44 pules to a stake near aud beyond 3,795 00 notes other mediclie. Now I have growers in this immediate communi- in his faim in Woodford county, wll 12.646 00 tup uf a hill aud narrow ridge twu Redemption fund with U. 8. Treasa fine healthy boy. Italik ty is the great inconvenience in now e a candidate for the U. S. Senatt urer (5 per cent of circulation)... 2,500 00 cnestnutoak pointers N. 18 VV. 20 poles Cardni the finest mediclie I arranging to substitute some otbei w succeed Senator Panter. No out a95.oia 19 to three white oak stumps on a liili Total side facing north, N. 30 E. 40 pules to crop for 1911 on the short notice ti las as yet been able to get an expresLIABILITIES. know of for female treiHcs, '150,000 00 a white oak and small hickory on a ;apltal make the change. Individuals wltl sion from the "Sage of Woodford" on Surplus stock paid in and I wish all sulleriflf wofund 80.000 00 tiill side facing west S. 80 E. 36 pules small farms who baye arrangea and tbesvbject, and it being assumed thai Undivided profits, less expenses and o a stake near and within two poles men would tryit. 3,429 46 taxesDaid prepared to raise tobacco, and wb he has the matter under considera National Bank notes outstanding. . . . 50.000 00 if the top of a ridge N 12 E. 32 pules Get Cardni. e facing west N. 2,447 31 tu a stake on a Due to other National Bans have debts to meet would likely suffei tion. One to State and Private Banks and 78 W 60 poles to a sycamore and sweet Sold everywhere. considerable loss by reason of a cui 1,588 07 Bankers Individual deposits subject to check. 155.413 28 gum on east bank of a branch line to B41 out. We all know that the price o 605 00 VV. S. Walker thence up said brauch Certified Checks Covernor Willson on Wednesday 1.629 07 S. 50 E. 163 poles to a poplar on east Reserved for Taxes fixed by th tobacco is practically ttobert Worth Bin (295.012 19 oank of branch S. 50 E 35 pules to a Total American Tobacco Co., and to engagi ham to be Judge of tbe first divisiot L stake two hickories blazed N, 55 E 66 op Kentucky, County or In a contest with such a comblnatioi if the Chaucery court of Jefferson State F. Champ, Cashier of theOabrard, ss: poles to a stake aud gum blazed N. 461 I, W. above named it is absolutely necessary to have a un :ounty to succeed Judge Shackelford bank, do solemnly swear that tbe above state- E 96 to tbe beginning containing 500 ment is true to the best of my knowledge and ted effort. The will of the majority filler resigned. In making tbe acres; and being the same tract of W. F. Champ. Cashier. belief. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 11. land conveyed by deed of F. M. Carter should control. "When the questloi Governor Willson took oc- day of Jan, 1911. and L J. Carter to J. L. Brooks by is put for determination us to wheth- casion to speak in a very complimen S. C. Denny, Notary Public. deed of date April 20, 1898, and of recCommission Expires January 25, 1912. er or not we will have a cut out foi i.ary manner of Mr, Bingham, both as Cobbxct Attest : ord in the Garrard County Clerk's 1911, the wish of the majority of tli. T. M. Arnold. ) office in Deed Book No. 14, page 407, a i man and an officer. v Directors. AlkxGibbs, people of Garrard County should conduly certified copy of which deed is ) J. J. Walker. died In this action. trol and minertv ought to abide b Ex United States Senator James B. The purpose of this sale Is to satisfy and acquiesce in the plan so adopteo McCreary and Congressman Ben John REPORT OF THE CONDITION a debt of one thousand five hundred The only possible way to settle th son, candidates for tbe uomination for fifty dollars with Interest thereon al or the situation satisfactorily Is to have har- Governor spoke in Sbelbyville on six per cent, per annum from March 24th, 1909. until paid, subject to a mony and union In the plans agreea Monday. Senator McCreary denied credit of fif tv dollars ($50.00) paid Sepupon, the charge that he was a bolter which tember 25th, 1909: BANK, ($20.00) paid September twenty dollars 28th, 1909: and Congressman Johnson has preferred fifty dollars (850 00) paid January 20th, igainst him. He also asserted that Leads The World. 1910. Debt and interest amounting (No. 1493.) Mr. Johnson was equally as persistent to one thousand, six hundred seven JCW. AT OF LANCASTER. The United States built in the yeai as be in seeking for office. cents dollars, and seventv-thre- e just closed 4,200 miles of railroad, leao The Close of Bnsiness Jan 7, 1911 ($1,607 73) to date of sale, (January ing all tbe countries of tbe world in 23rd, 1911,) and costs approximated Senat or Beverage of Indiana is ac$152.67 of court proceedings for new mileage, as it has every year for tively endeavoring to oust William RESOURCES. which judgement has been rendered century. It was stated tbe past half 1153,584 30 Lorimer as Senator from Illinois, al- Loans and discounts above styled case. several years ago by some one that tbi leging that the seat was secured by Overdrafts, secured and unsecured.. . 9,791 SO in tbe 50.000 00 0. 8. Bonds to secure circulation TERMS. in this bribery and days of great railroad-buildin- g fraud. Senator Owen of Bonds securities, etc and nxtures S1.5T0 00 nanmnfT-nous7,000 00 turmture country were over and that South Af- Oklahoma is also seeking to have made on a credit of This sale will tbe Due from National Banks (not reserve 1,025 71 six months time,bewith interest at six agents) rica, Australia andCauada would be seat of tbe gentleman from Illinois Due from ap proved reserve agents .... 34.693 83 per cent per annum from date of sale the chiefs fields iri'this industry. This declared vacant. Checks and other cash items 646 56 Said purchaser will be reNotes of other National Banks 1,455 00 until paid. has been proven a mistake and still the 91 81 quired to give bond with approved serxactionaipapercurrency.nicKeis.cts LiAWJOL MONEY RESERVE IN BANK, world sees our country leading and curity, the said bond to have the force Argument for the proposed dissoluand effect of a judgement, and shall its wealth and industry are btill draw tion of the so called "tobacco trust" Specie viz: 7.482 00 5,200 00 notes 13,632 00 be a lien upon the property sold, and ing people to all parts of our country is now in progress before tbe Supreme Redemption execution of fieri facias may issue up"When you see railroads being built, Fund with 0. a. Treas Courtof tbe United States In Washingurer (5jtof circulation) 2.500 00 on said bond if same is not paid when you may rest assured that the coun- ton due, After this case is finished the Total $287,725 01 try aud people are progressive for the argument for the dissolution of J. A. Amon. M. C. G. C. C. C. C.Bauby, Atty. for plaintiffs. railroads do more for the country than Standard Oil Co will betaken uy. tbe LIABILITIES Capital stock paid in any other industry and wherever 50,000 00 December 31st, 1910. ., Surplus fund 25,000 00 there Is a good one you see signs of With the leaving of W. profits, less expenses and I. Williams Undividedpaid taxes 2,491 14 v... prosperity, Our mileage now is nearen Monday for Tulsa Oklahoma, where National Bank Notes Outstanding;... 50.000 00 ly half that of all the world and exDue to Other National Banks 6,691 13 he will reside in future, tbe communl ojue to irusc companies ana Havings I ceeds that of all Europe by more than ty 1.917 . Banks sustains tbe loss of one of her best Individual deposits subject to check. 151.148 S3 years 88 50,000 miles and in the last ten 40 00 citizens, tbe Bar one of its leading Certified checks we have built more miles than any 1,535 65 members and tbe Church one of her Beserved for Taxes........ other country possess. Therefore Jet most faithfulworkers Total 01 us encourage this industry for it .7 STATXOPKXNTCCXY.COUNTYOrGjMtBABD.BS: makes our property more valuable The Carnegie Trust Co. of New I, S. C. DxifHY Cashier of the above and makes a greater country in every do'solernnly swear that the above York closed its doors Saturday by or- named bank, true to the best of my knowledge statement is respect. 8. C. Danny der of tbe State Superintendent of and belief. 1 10 flashier. Banks. Tbe Institution had deposits DUDEcnoea una mora 10 oeiore me mis 11 Cat Oat PerstBalities. w.u.Jtlgney, aggregating $10,000,000. Andrew Car- aay 01 Jan, mi. Notary Public. negie bad no connection with tbe de My Commission expires Feb 17, 1914. "We danot doubt that the result of Corkect Attest: ALXX.B. Dbnmt, the primary will'be the nomination of. f unct bank. J. L. Gill, I Directors. James B Mccreary for goverSenator J. E. Stobkxs. Jndge Henry S. Baiker, of Louisnor, no matter how many candidates go received a car load of to the post. The more the merrier and ville, on last Friday formally assumed bis duties as President of "Kentucky the less tbe cost perjcaplta,In;expetraes University at Lexington and wati At present Mr. Jonnson is making the dered a banquet at the Phoenix tenhotel CHURCH been proclaimed most noise and it has DIRECTORY. Ha-waaianPselected by the other by the citizens of Lexington. ine that be has been the best on the market. 20c alone try conclusions Lancaster. First and' Third Sundays candidates to but it seems that Sir John Aird, builder of, the, fa- -, with tbe at the yard and 21c delivered mous Assuan dam across 'the Wile, is Pft'aciii it is not true. Soijiy Nicfat. t. John- dead .His fame is It is to be regretted tbafr-Mr- on such a almostat seventy-eigh- as that of tbetmllder 1 1 as secure at 7 p. m. son is pitching the canvass 1 1 low plane. He evidently thinks that of tbe pyramids, with the advantage Tuesday night 7 p. m.Bible Study. -- : be can destroy Senator McCreary by that bis was far tbe more useful'work, . McKendree; Second and Fourth the course he has adopted towards hlmf but if he is wise he will 1,cut it Messrs. W. F. Pittman and Francis D. NORTflCOTT, Sunday at U a. m. out." Instead let him run on his own Douslas of Boyle county have anSunday School at 9:45 a. m. merits. The trumped up demerits of nounced their candidacy for tbe nomiWednesday 7 p. m Bibk Study. fell opponent IB neither injuring Mc- - nation for the legislature from Boyle story-books. e, up-to-d- principles, not men, discussed. Sen ator McCreary's record will bear the light cf the noon day sun He isn't too old nob to make again the., model governor of Kentucky and unless Mr. Johnson can offer great deal better reasons for bis defeat than he has done he will be the Democratic nominee for governor by an overwhelming major! ty. Lexington Herald. Commissioner's Sale PROGRAM INTERNATIONAL COMMITTEE Lancaster And Garrard World Week Of Groceries PHD Meats. WE INVITE TRIAL at - ORDERS. Satisfaction Guaranteed. OMIDSOl WALKER We Butcher m BEST Young Stockpnly Produce Wanted. When Women Point to the f White Swan Flour as the best of all, the know what they are ut. 1909-191- er 0. Avoid Trouble t If there is one thing women can judge well it is flour. Tell your grocer to send vou isack of the offl--e- rs s Citizens WHITE SVVAN FLOUR If you do not declare it the bfc you ever used you will be the first to whom it has not srcessfully appealed. CARDUI tl Lancaster Elevate and Flour Mills. t ALEX WAIilER, Prop. sanlclng-nouse.lurnltu- MMHft)fr tt$ftftftltt-J a J. Walkbk. President OROANIED I883. J. S Johnson V:h PresM Legal-tende- r' The G1TIZENS CAPITAL $50,000. ATIONAL BANK. Ot LANQSTER. KY. ( W. O. F. Huijk. Cashtei C D. Walker, Rionky, Ass't Pish'! J. J. "Walker, .Ik Ass't. B. Bodk-Keeper. SURPLUS $25,000. Bouk-keep- e hill-sid- Business Solicited. ompt and Gareful Attention DIRtTUKS: ffH-dso- ap-jolnt- ed or "" B. J. J. Walker. J. S. Johnson M. Arnold. Alex Gibbs. lewis L. Walkpr. C. A Arno'd T. Currey's The Place To Sell Your You'll Have To WHISTLE a long time for even as good lumber as ours. You can whistle forever ?j2&m?mw I rl i l5 - t5Fi J. Vr4 111 W ' KATIOKAL Eggs, and jS"Hil.xIVTN'MI l -" SUm. J(BH Butter, Hams, get no better. There isn't any. "We stay on top in the lumber business just because of the superiority etc. J lBsl SJt fnll e, X Legal-tend- Shoulders, Sausage, Bacon, Jowels. Be sure you get my price before you sell. T t our beams, boards, timbers, Ask any builder if it ravs to buv the best lumber. His answer should make yp our customer. Lancaster Lunper & M'fg Co. HENS 9 to Oc Chickens 8 to 9cts, Geese to 8cts, Young Roosters 7to8b to lets, Ducks Eggs, 25cis, Try a can Notice Methodist Jftry Old Roosters 6cts. just PLUTO COAL or, Butter 5 to 6cts. Turkeys 2 to 5cts. B. Water Bffls and all City nal Peaches, The best on Taxes Must Ie Paid at Once. the market for the mon- You must atterd to this at once ey. Also a and save furtner cost can of If Taxes are not paid by February 1st 3 bur property will Apple. be advertised Ur sale. of my Cardi- . L.E HERRON, City Marshal. ?- DgPOT STREET. - , - -- -.i " Z& H II -. lfc- . ,r . r - " j; . ' "" vtt " "--- - . " . J ' ' . - - " Last Call On Ladies' Tailored Suits Coats and Skirts and the few remaining numbers in our stock must move. i i -- . -.-- We offer our .. .i $35. and 40. Suits for $14,98 i A it J.7.y. '.. , $25.00 Suits jean be had for $10.98. The few coats we have left may be obtained rat very low prices.' This is an opportunity to purchase your winter wearing apparel at prices most reasonable. THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO STYLE LEADERS Gossip About People v v v A Brief MtMIoft of the Comings and Goings by Those We Are Interested In. I iningham is with her grand lr. and Mrs. J. G. Burnside. Mr Joe Arnold is recuperating after a pro racted spell of illness. Mr. J, P. Pratber is recuperating nfteri protracted spell of illness. Mr and Mrs. B. T. Lunsford have heenvisiting relatives near Crab Orchard of Bi par-ient- st Mr. Z. T. Bice of Richmond was in M:k Llllie Garner of Stmford has iieenl visiting her friend Miss Hallie town on business Monday. J. B. Walker of Richmond has been 'troui. the recent guest of relatives. Is Horace Herndon has been thp Mr. J. T. Conn, of Wilmore, Ky., is rpcejt guest of Mrs. J. C. Hays ot tnord. visiting bis sons near Hyatfcville. I Wm. R. Cook left Tuesday for Mr.Jes.se Arnold, of Frankfort, to Mrs. Thed jre B. Wlntersmi-h- , i visiting his father and sisters. -ha-bee- n i c Miss Martha Tillett is in Lexingtoi visiting Mr. and Mrs. Luther Foley. Miss Lnretta Taylor has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oilie thi E-.te- Louisville M isDove B. Harris was the uest of her nieces, Misses week-n- fi Bettif iid s il Anderson, week. Mr. L. A. McMurtry of Bowling been visiting Miss Mellsst i Green hai Mss Martha Bettis left last week Hamm. it for j visit to her sister, Mrs. Jesse Mrs. Oscar Rav spent Xmas weev of Frankfort. . with her parents Mr and Mrs Kjv. ana Mrs. O. P. Bnsh and little P. Jr. were with relatives in Miss May Magee, of Danville, ) county for a visit. Mamie been the recent, guest of M.-sand Mrs J. C. Bush and chil-o- f Bastin. Richmond were week-en- d Miss Numelly of Lexington has acts of Rev. and Mrs' O. P. Bush. cepted a position at the Lancaster Miss Gertrude Noel of Danville is Laundry. tie re visiting her sister Mrs. James J. Wade Walker has returned from Murnam Woods of Upper Garrard. a visit to Mr. and Mrs Ed Walker, of Mr. II. V. Bastin was in Lexington Sbelbyvilie. lttending the Farmers Convention 'in Mrs. Louis Ramsey of Burnside Inn ttie interest of the dairy business. been visiring her parents Mr. and Mrs Miss Norma Elmore is at home Ben Hamm. pleasent visit to her friend Mrs. Mrs. W. H. Hays, of Stanford wa F. Vincent Arnold of Birmingham. with Mr. and Mrs. James A. Beazle Mrs. J.S. Bowman of Lewis county for a recent visit. Mine Saturday for a stay with, her Miss Bertie Jean Penny, of Stanfm Lurents Mr. aud Mrs. Wm G. Ander-ohas been visiting her friend, Mil; J Edna Kavanaugh. Miss Sallie Elkin left Monday for a Miss Letty Mae McRoberts has be.ji lay in Cincinnati where she goes tc a recent visitor of Miss Bertie Je;i lake a special course in china paint-nPenuv of Stanord. Miss Dorcas Francis of Richmon Miss Martha Kavanaugh has returnarrived Thursday for a visit to Mis ed to college at Cleveland, Tenn. after Edna Karanaugb. s. spending the Yule tide with her Mrs M. K. Denny gave an elaborat course diuuer on Tuesday in honor i Frank Lusk, of Hustonville, and a number of relatives. Miss Clara Cooper of Stanford were Mr. Wm. Goodloe, of Paris, was witi recent guests of Miss Frankye KauffMrs. D. M Lackey and daughtea Mi man. Jennie fur a few days. Miss Hailie Brown left the first of captain r. a. ttlkin left this weeH or the week to visit Her cousin Misses a protracted stay with his son, Drj Fannie and Ella Thompson of Boyle county. Wm. Elkin of Atlanta. Ar-iuFranl-Pierces W. and Mrs. Raymond Hendren of lviisville li.ive been visiting Mr. and Mnj R. S. Brown af-'e- ra u. -- g. par--nt- AND SCALP kin to Madison Female Institute. SKIN TROUBLES YIELD Mr, U. D. Simpson is very sick at 4 TO ZEMO. his home on Richmond Street. A CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION Misses Martha and Helen Gill were FOR EXTERNAL USE. hosteses of the Tuesday afternoon R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store Club this week; Dainty refreshments were served and warm hospitality ex- is so confident that Zemo will rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown pertended the guests, son of pimples, blackheads, dandruff, 'Mri T D. Cbeshut the clever farmer of the Fork neighborhood paid eczema, prickly heat, rashes, hives, viy poison or any form of the Record a pleasant visit on Mon- or scalp eruption, otherthey will skin give that day. Mr. Chestnut leaves this week your money back if you are not enfor Florida to spend the remainder of tirely satisfied with the results obthe winter tained from the use of Zemo. Mrs, B. F. Hudson will entertain The first application will give prothe Mary Walker Price Chapter of the mpt relief and show an improvemet U. D. C. on Thursday Jan, 19th. at and in every instance where used perher handsome suburban home. An in sistently, will destroy the germ life, terestlng program has been arranged leaving the skin in a clean, healthy and the meeting will be a Lee and condition. Let us show you proof of Jackson Memorial service some remarkable cures made bv Zemo Mrs. J. Westley West and sons W.B aud give you a 32 page booklet bow to and Cnarles left the latter part of the preserve the skin. R. E. McRoberts & week for Washington City where they Son Drugstore. will visit before taking their deparFLATWOOD ture for their new home in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Sincere regret is expressed Mrs. Ida Brovles and little daughter by all at their leaving Lancaster. are visiting near Jellico. W. H. Furr sold to Alfred Owens GOOD NEWS 10 shoats at $7.50 a huudred. W. H. Furr has rented the Clouse Every Sufferer From Catarrh, Coughs, farm to Press Baker for this year. Colds and Sore Throat Should Read It. Ke v. Joseph Payne preached at Good Hope on Sunday. The pastor being So many hundreds of catarrh vic- away. tims who have taken the HYOMEI college treatment, have written us letters Jessa Balrd entered followed at Berea by sevlast weekr He was thanking us for publishing our metheral others. od of taking the HYOMEI vapor treat ment iu connection with the inhaler Rev. and Mrs. S. C. Balrd are visiting friends and relatives near that we gladly publish it again. The vapor treatment is especially The Manuel Brothers have moved recommended in stubborn cases of chronic catarrh of long standing, but to the farm that they purchused from remember that the Inhaler should be Booth Dyehouse. used daily as usual. Mpnefee McQuerry has purchased a This is the simple vapor treatment house and lot from A.J. Hammack, and only takes five minutes of your at Hammack, for 3250.00 and has time before going to bed Pour a teas moved to it. poonfulof HYOMEI into a bowl of On Wednesday December twenty boiling water, cover head and bowl eight, Mr. Henrv Tyree and Miss Nanwith towel and breathe for several nie Calico drove to Kirksville, and minutes the vapor that that rises. were married. They were accompanYou will be surprised at the result ied by the bride's sister, Miss Ora'Cal-ic- o of this treatment: It makes the head and Mr. Thurmond Tudor. feel tine and clear: you will sleep better, and that stuffed up felling in the THTOW OUT THE LINE. bead will gradually disappear. This same method wJli break up the Give The Kidneys Help And Many Lancas- worst cold lu the head or chest iu one Bar-boursvil- le. Old Soldier Tortured. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. J "For years 1 have suffered unspeak- I YODXL able torture from indigestion, constipation and liver trouble,"wrote A. K. Smith, a war veteran at Erie, Pa; "but Lost. One day last week ai gold Dr. King's New Life Pills fixed me all locket and chain,, initial C. L. Mrs. right. They're simply great " Try Lawrence. White Oak, l-6- r Weighing about 1(C? pounds came to my place about Dec12 th. owner can have her by pajing charges. Dr. B. F, Walters. It pd. A red sow. NOTICE The Lexingtoa Herald them for any stomach, liver or Kidney trouble. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm. Dec; 31, with an elegant dinner to their many friends. Miss Mattie, Clara and Cora Chesnut of Chesnutburg spent several days with the Misses McWhorter. Mrs. Ann Robinson of Lancaster, haa returned to her home after a visit to her sister Mrs. James Francis. Quite a number of friends were pleasantly entertained by Misses Emma and Ethel Estridge last. week. The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riddleberger are glad to have Has announced it's usail January bargan offer of S5.00 per year, if paid In advance on or before January 15th. Please call and pay your account at This applies to all new subscribers and once, I need the money. Miss Bella those subscribers who are paid to JanArnold. uary 1st 1911, or who will pay all arrears to that date at the regular rate Notice To Teachers. of 50c per month. Mall subscriptions have the teachers money and will to I The Lexington Herald Co., . be prepared to pay them on Saturday (Incorporated) January 14th. Lexington, Ky. Jennie Higgins, Sup't. See nolds. ArE) the new veils at Miss.Rella them In our neighborhood again. Mrs. B. M. Lear gave a sumptuous dinner to the old confederate soldiers AND of Garrard and Madison county last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Burgess of Loue-s- a ! Ky have returned to their home after a weeks visit to their son Mr. and Office, National Bank of Lancaster. Mrs. V. M. Burgess. On Xmas eve Mr. Isalcb Shepherd and Miss Sarah Ledford were married in Lexington at the Phoenix hotel. AtTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT " After a visit to relatives in Clark coun ty they returned to Mr. Shepherds if home. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Palmer entertained on the evening of January seventh in honor of their niece, Miss Margaret Overstreet. All the young people of the neighborhood attended and all had an enjoyable evening. De lightful refreshments wers served, INSURED YOUR TOBACCO BARNS TOBACCO WITH ii ii ,,iPIilO-WIt is your fault i ki '.. Phone 31. I you are not using X Glen Lily or White House t Solves A Deep Mystery. at night A bottle of HYOMEI costs 50 cents fr R. E. McRoberts & Son, who guar antees it If you want the complete outfit, which includes the little bard rubber pocket inhaler, the price is 81.00. A Attorney W. I. Williams has been i Cdrnpbellsvlle to see his sisters Mesdr mes Scott and Prew itt. , Mr. and Mrs. G F. Denman have to Nicholas! lie, after a vist to Mr aad Mrs. Alex West. Mrs. Luther Foley and sister Mis Mary Tillett, have been guest of MK-e- s Martha and Sallie Tilletr. Mr. Fred Batterton, of Paris is hee for several months stay in the iuterat of Spears Ar Co, Hemp buyers. Mr Frauk H. Pierce, of Louisvir-- , has re i nrned home af I er a two wee s visit in Lancaster and Buckeye. Mrs. George Ballew has returned ,o her home fn Richmond afler a visit o her mother Mrs Edna Francis. Miss Louise Sauffman has returnd to St. Louis after a short visit to Ijr mother, Mrs Emma Kauffman. Little Miss Annie Katharine Arndd I Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Hendren and HYOMEI and cure catarrh and all dis little daughter Bessie Allenecf Madi--o- eases of the breath i ng organs, lm are visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Houio Rent. In Mexico. Prather. House rents In Mexico nave about Mr. and Mrs J. G. Burnside and dau- doubled in the laat ten years. ghter Miss Annie Bell, have returned irom a visit to Mrs. J Viuce-nArnold Saves Two lives. of Birmingham. "Neither my sister nor myself might Miss Bessie Singleton left Monday be living if it had not been for for Millersburg where she has been "Dr.King'sNew Discovery" writes A offered a posetion to teach in tue coll- D. McDonald of Fayatteville, N C, R ege in that city. F. D. No. 8, "for we both had frightMr. nnd Mrs. Howard Hoeing lefi ful coughs that no other remedy .could Tuesday for their home in Milwaukee, help. We were told my sister had con after a protrat"d visit to Mr. and sumption, She was very weak and Mrs. J. "W. Sweeney, bad night sweats but your wonderful n. t to-da- No stomach dosing; just breathe y, All will be glad to know that little medicine completely cured us both. ever used or heard of " Miss Delia Bic Hughes is Improving It's the best I For sore lungs, coughs, colds, hemoraud It. is n iv neleived she will recover from her recent severe illness. Misses Delia Tinder and Marj Elmore have returned to the Normal school Richmond and Mary Ran- M-k- s rhage, lagrippe, asthma, hay fever, croup, whooping cough, all bronchial troubles, its supreme. Trial bottle free 50c and $1 00 Guaranteed by R. States. E. McRoberts &Son. lm. Remember the name Doan's and take no other. lm. erful double benefit Igot from Electric Bitters, ,in curing me of both a severe case of stomach trouble and of rheumatism, from which I bad been an almost helpless sufferer for ten years. It suited my case as though made just for me," For dyspepsja, Indigestion jaundice and to rid the sysPeople Will Be Happier. tem of kidney poisons that causes rheumatism, Electric Bitters has no equ"Throw Out the Life Line" al. Try them. Every bottle is guarThe kidneys need help. anteed to satisfy. Only 50c at R. E. They're overworked can't get the McRoberts & Son lm. poison filtered out of the blood. They're getting worse every minute. Notice. Will you help them? All persons having claims against Doan's Kidney Pills have brought Emma G. Gregory, (Dec'd.) must prethousands cf kidney sufferers back sent same to the undersigned properly' from the verge of despair. Will cure any form of kidney trou- proven on or before Jan. 15 tb, 1911, or same will be barred, W. F. Champ, ble. Thomas Elkin, Danville St., Lancas Executor, Emma G. Gregory, Est. ter, Ky., says: For many years 1 suffered from kidney complaint. Until a As Executrix of the estate of Miss year ago I bad such severe pains in the Rboda Lunsford. I will on Court Day small of my back that I was hardly one o'clock P. M January 23rd 1911. able to get about. The many reme- at in front of the court house in Lancasdies 1 tried failed to help me and on a Ky. sell the following bank stock': friend's advice. 1 procured a box of ter Four shares In the National Bank Doan's Kidney Pills at Frisbie's Drug and fifteen shares in The Citizens NatStore and commenced their use. In a ional Bank of Lancaster-Kshort time 1 improved and it was not Mattie V. Kirby, Executrix. long before I was restored to good health. Igive Doan's Kidney Pills the entire credit for this great change and recommend them highly." For sale by all dealers. Price 50 cents. Foster-Milbur- n Co,, Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United l--- 2t. want to thank you from the bot-ioheart," wrote C. B. Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Va; "for the wond"1 of my m .FLOUR. It's the BEST and it is made in your city by :- Garrard Milling Company. PHONE 47. Lancaster, Kentucky. ! .4'f I' 1 11 1 M' !! I I"H'l I I i 1 1 I H i- THE o o a tc o v. D CO CO - Notional Bonk Of CD Lancaster. c Capital $50,000, A. R. DENNY, j Surplus $25,000 00 o C President. I a J.E. STORMES.VieePrts't S. C. DENNY, Cashier 5' CD o- - CO CO J F Robinson, -- y Ass't Cash'r B T Embry, Book-keep- er ' Sam'l D Cochran, Alex directors: B Denny, A C o c Robinson, John E. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J L GUI. Dr. IV MTtfintt t 4 Writing Out.A 'fir MBri5rjcSf5 j30MIdM$Ml&m&MfimdL liirHMfriUMrmflna. iarkjBrRLIiSrBtTiJJHrHiJB mi(IJ7&Ji m I PLEASE CALL AND PAY YOUR VB. .BBBss ,BBsffffftv .sfffffffffffw . i ' l PAIWi L1UK. Mrs. Millard Highland and children of Parts are visiting Mrs. Martha Ely. Miss Ada Estridge of Wallaceton has been the guest of relatives here. Miss Chastine Rucker entertained a number of her young friends one night last week, Mr. Currev Rice has entered college Check ';' ; s iHssl stM isfiffffffmsfffffffw sBBm mm9 FRISBIE'S DHUa STORE. :rtiJlTaJrailJfrSJl'i WilglMfflrrMmili.IlhlMpli :?gJWtfllIffrIlrW11 at Barnourville for the winter and spring term. Miss Hall of Stanford has returned to her home after a visit to her brother Mr. Fred Hall. Mr. aud Mrs.,Boyde Wynn celebrat ed their eight wedding anniversary- - Betsy's Pofnters, a Jwoman who nervous over a little annoyance hatching a bunch o trouble for, the mat row. Mollv and I agree afterwide investigation, that the best place in town, to get allkinks of Christmas goods, is at Rv S Browns. Santa Clause has lifted the lid at this store and finds it filled to the roof. commands a lot more respect than counting ocit the cash. You have probably noticed that fact yourself. You'll stand higher in the community - j you pay by checks drawn on The Gaj&rard Bank & TsusT Co. Open&rifdccbunt there andtry jKraleV. - "a"- - jrwu. i uui uc aoxry ior your acu. on. -- . a.. J' - "HI! ld wtwwwpnii OFFICIAL ry land in a careful and husband like manner and return same at tbe end of tbe year in as good repair as when received, usual wear and tear and unavoidable accident excepted. Seeding purposes reserved for tbe, purpose of ieooooooooe oo0cooeoo eoo eoooeoeoo seeding in tbe fall of 1911. A. writ of years old for 81,690, 2 mules from Tevls Thompson or $320, 6 mules Trom J. Y. Robinson, ot Lancaster Ky; lo- for 9925., and one 6 year old John Crest mule from cated at Columbus, Ga'or the winter Dock Lee for 9120. Mx.Burtdh shipped has just sold a pair of Kentucky moles to the Wilson Live Stock Co., of Wilfor 8725. Farmers Home Journal. son, N. 0., a car load, consisting of 27 average Star Pointer 1:59, the first harness mules for which he paid an horse to reach the two minute mark, price of 8184., per head. died at Rosewood Stock Farm. ColumBefore tobacco was so extensively bia, Tenn; Wedaesday, December 14. raised in this county he farmer careat the age of 21 years. fully graded his cropf the buyer lookmanner deal to The date of the Kentucky State ing a great graded tbe the1 price in as to he which it was Fair has been changed from the week would pay, the farmer oftentimes find of September: lltb. to the week of September 4th. This was done by the ing himself docked to the amount of 25 to 100 poundsMn unanimous rote of the board of direc- from because ot bad handling. Of late was done to avoid conflicting tors, atwith the Indiana State Fair, as well years they have notjpald looking more grading, tention to tbe as with several Kentucky fairs. buyers five-year-o- Farm and Stock. ANNUAL REPORT OF THE) CALL Tbe Democratic Committee In and for tbe Tblrteentb Circuit Court District of Kentucky, met pursuant to tbe call of Chairman G. L, Fenny, at posejRion tor the possession of said tbe office of Cbenault Huguely in OF THE GAKRARD ClKCUlT COUBT land is ordered to Issue upon tbe apDanville, Boyle County, Kentucky, on J. H. Kennedy, Guardian of plication of the said commissoin for Friday, December 16. 1910, at 2.30 P. Paul fl. Bowman Plaintiff tbe possession of said land. CITY OF LANCASTER, Don't loose your religion by Shavelng M., and tbe members from Lincoln; VS Jan. 4th. 1911. shaved Defendant Boyle were present in per Paul H. Bowman Mercer, and J. A. Amon, M. C. G. 0. C. yourself on Sunday but get reliable Pursuant to a judgement of tbe Gar;be Saturday before at the old For the fiscal year ending son and tbe member from Garrard was R. H. Tomlinson, Attorney for Phtff. Darber shop. piesentby proxy beld by Chairman J. rard Circuit Court rendered in the C. Bonta, of Mercer, wbich proxy was above styled cause at Its November HENRY DUNCAN'S term, 1910, tbe undersigned commis00frOOOO00OOO0O8000tC'00tmO) duly accepted by the Committee. sioner v 111 on Babber Shop ox Richmond Street. Said meeting was called to order by RECEIPTS. MONDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 1911, FARMER'S COLUMN I Balance cuh on hand Jan. srd, 1.910. . 1,820 01 Chairman Penny. On motion, Cbeday being County Court Day, be598 55 this Fine collected VI 1,53550 nault Huguely was duy nominated and tween the Hours or twelve o'clock I Licene collected 6.688 82 elected Secretary of said Committee. OOO0OOO0OOOOOOOO (old and new) collected Taxes noon and two P. M., sell at public out 88 40 Kallroidtax I 45 The following resolutions were then cry hi Irout ol the Court House door e Other tax collected rfptce below this heading la for tbe 8B427 duly offered, seconded and unanimous- in Lancaster, Kentucky, to the high me ot our firmer subscribers, and 4 for Heniy 410.682 73 Total est- ana Desi oiaaer ine ioilowlng real tbe sale of stock, grain and inch thlni on ly adopted. quality: the to quantity than DISBURSEMENTS. farm aa tbe farmer cannot afford to slver-tii1. A primary election is hereby property, to wit, W. B, Burton attended county court also have baen lax as to the quality, Salary City Councllmen This property is located In Garrard No notice will be accepted over f our 128 00 called to be held in the several voting Season 1910. County, Kentucky, on tbe waters of lines, and will be only In two issues f tbe " Mayor 75 00 In London Monday wbete he purchas- simply going to a mans barn and lookCircuit Drake's Creek and is bounded as fol- Rxcobd, free of charge 100 00 precincts of tbe Thirteenth . " City Clerk ing at his tobacco, sometimes before it ed 10 mules at an average price of 1160 " and Commission of City Ati'y... 168 41 Court District of Kentucky, consisting lows: beginning at a point on or near S 720 00 " Marshal, and two horses for 1300. He also was stripped out, and offering him so tbe middle of the Crab Orchard road About 50 barrels of corn in shuccfor " Treasurer 107 68 of tbe counties of Lincoln, Boyle, Garbought of Sam Burdett of Lebanon much "all round". Within the last Paid Jailer 287 50 corner to E Hammack, thence N, 49i " Assessor 50 Oo rard and Mercer, between the hours of J. T. Hen-yW. 17.07 chains to a stake near a lo- sale. three horses for 8500. and of Sam Mac-k-in few years, and especially since the " Supervisors 48 Ou six A. M,. and four P. M , standard cust S. 65 VV. 4.71 chains to a point in H. " Extra police 48 00 of the same place onehorae 1150. loose leaf markets have been establish " For attending Town Clock 25 00 time, on Saturday, March 4, 1911, for a drain and iu line to said flammack For Sale. A fine Jersey cow and and of J. E. Robinson of Lancaster one ed, tbe buyers have barked back to 18 00 Judge Police 16 links from a black walnut pointer, calf. A. W. Kavanauib. " For Public Lighting 1,245 73 the purpose of nominating a Demotbe old order of things and are looking mule for "1180; County " 81nklngfund 1.200 00 cratic candidate for the office of Judge a new corner, tbence a new line S. 49i again to the way a crop is handled. " Interest on Bonds 1,200 00 E. 20.85 chains to tbe middle of tbe Fob Sale. Pure bred Buff Orjjng. PHONE 339-30 75 of the Thirteenth Circuit Court disAllen S. Edelen has sold a saddle It will pay the farmer to handle bin " Telephone account, aforesaid road a new corner, thence tons roosters for sale at 81.00 apece Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. " On Streets 1,794 79 of Kentucky, to be voted for at with tbe middle and the meanders of COOS trict " Printing and stationery bred yearling filly fcr $1,1000 wblcb obacco well, If he does not know how, M. Robinson, Marcellus, " to Lancaster Hospital (For treat Kentucky. tbe special election to be held on the said road N. 26 E. 1.66 chains N. 12 Mrs. R. Lancaster, seems to be a record price for a saddle employ help that does, be careful with 250 00 City's Patients ment of E 3 chains to tbe beginning, contain" Guarding Prisoners 22 00 first Tuesday after the first Monday For Sale. A large stalk field vlth horse of that age. F. W. Doby, of it from the preparation of the ground " Miscellaneous...... 32 21 ing 7 2 acres, two bi,; straw stacks on it, aboit 65 Chicago, was the purchaser. She is by until it is stripped out, keep off the Am't Transfered to water works fund 719 02 in November, 1911, to fill the unex, TERMS. 2,370 2.1 pired term of said office caused by Balance cash on hand n good mule;-foand louse-bur- n the Also have Bohemian King out of a mare by Chef worms, avoid The said sale will be made on a cred- acres.ages from 3 tosixand up $10.682 death of Judge M. C. Saufley. Total 5 fromjloi ter Dare, She won two blue ribbons and above all, carefully grade it. Tbe it of six and twelve months and tbe sale, -2. All Democrats who are legal vo- purchaser will be required to give bond to 16 hands high. J. B. Leavell, 3ry one who does tblB will find, that tbe CoWATER WORKS REVENUE RECEIPTS. at the State fair last fall. HatS. LOWELL, 1,935 77 ters sballbe entitled to vote in said witb approved security bearing six per antsville, Ky, KENTUCKY. will break her and fit her for the price of his crop is enhanced by sever- Water rents collected' hen 719 02 primary election, and are requested Am't transferred from general fund al cents on tbe pound. to cent interest from date of sale with a show ring. Get him to cry your sales. lien retained on the land to secure Lost. 13 sheep, 2 black an 11 12,654 79 do so. Total Best of references. tbe payment of tbe purchase money, white, were last seen on Lexin;ton 3. Any person desiring to become a Although the Blue Grass section of DISBURSEMENTS. said bond to have tbe force and effect LIFE STOCK MARKET. the State boasts of the richest soil in Engineer Salary $900 00 candidate for tbe Democratic nomina- of a judgement upon which execution pike four miles from town. Fii'der 280 00 tion for said office, shall, Supt'a Salary notify me at my expense. G. H. Ruthe world, Pulaski county, in the heart not later may issue if not paid at maturity. CtNCIXXATI ONION STOCK YABD8, unppues ana re pairstzu 32 of the mountains, comes to the front Jan. IS. bles, Buena Vista, Ky., NIcholasfille via w than Saturday, February 18, 1911, give Jan. 4, 1911, CaMla Hogi Sheep Insurance (three years) 229 72 Hauling J. A. Amon, M. C. G. C. C. Phone 92 F. as tbe producer of corn at the rate of &eelpt 592 75 notice of bis intention so to do, in 1143 2731 370 Freight 12 00 writing, to G. L.Penny, 121 bushels an acre. This report has Shipment! 21 Chairman of R. H. Tomlinson, Attorney for Plntff 510 000 Miscellaneous Lost, Between the depot and teen received by Commissioner Ran$2,654 79 the District Committee of the ThirTotal CATTLE: SbJpptri $5 to 6 60 square Saturday January seventr, a Attest: kin, and tbe corn was grown from seed Batcher iImti am teenth Circuit Court District, and in rSS600 buggy rug. Black on one side and H. T. LOGAN. 4 835 75 R.W.MCROBERT8, addition, shall, at the time of giving furnished by him to tbe school chil- QoodtOtholM Mayor. picture ot deer on other. Retudto 2?. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Clerk. 4 0094 75 to fair Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guarantied. such notice, deposit with said chair dren of the countv for the corngrow-lo- g Commonextra 650 6 76 Bl(rf. S. H. Estes or Sheriff Ballard antjre-ceiman the sum of 8800.00, and no person contest. Tobacco Growers 4 75(9540 Ooodtoehole reward. a 50 4 50 'Mound City Paints may cost a trifle failing so to do shall be permitted to Common to Itf Co we, extra 4 85 5 00 more, but ! C. C. & J. E. Stormes." become,' or to be, a candidate at said The Country of Champagne. , 4 75 425 35 Edna May, tbe champion show mare Goodteeholie election. Garrard Circuit court There are in 3 75 4 00 champagne factories. Of these jletz 4. Said District Committee will James I. Hamilton & Others owned by Mrs. Bicbard Tasker Lown- Common to fair plntffs S B03 75 Cannen has 15. des of Danville, will be turned out in a Balli, nalofnu meet at the office of its Secretary, in VS 4 25 too DENTIST def ts. Danville, Kentucky, on Monday, Feb- Speed Mason & others few days and will not again be entered Sxlra 5 10 000 AND CURE LUNGS ruary 20, 1911, at two P. M., to a judgement of tbe Gar Pursuant 4 755 25 ' in tbe show ring. She is eight years 7et bnlle... standard rard Circuit Circuit Court Office over Miss A mold's. Millinery. CA.LYII: extra ooo 00 old and has been shown 413 times and time, and if, at tbe expiiation of tbe the above styled cause at rendered in its Novem- Cured By The Marvel of The Centur; . 775 875 w won 407 blue ribbons and premiums Common end larfe time fixed by Section 3 hereof, there ber term, 1910. tbe undersigned com. 4 00 7 75 aggregating over $14,000 and at leaBt HOai:goo4pfk?taftdtmt4bta be not more than one candidate for mission will on 8 05 8 10 B. Tested For 30 Years, i . 8 0098 10 $1,500 worth of handsomecupa Edna Xlxet paekere said office who has complied with tbe MONDAY, JANUARY, 23rd, 1911, B 25 0 25 May has been shipped over 100,000 Staff condidions of Section 3, then the com- this date being County Court day be6 7 Drives out blood poison in any Bage great horse shows. Common to hola baT7 tat tove. 8 25 8 66 miles to the various mittee shall resolve itself Into a nomi- tween the hours of twelve o'clock noon permanently, Light ihlapera 00 15 without deadly merjiry 10W8W FOR nating convention, and shall declare and two P. M., sell at public outcry in 7 25 8 1. rift, (1U lbs and leu) 1 All Work Guaranteed. Trial Bottle Free front of tbe Court Hoube door in Lan- with pure botanical ingredient! to Mr. W. B. Burton made tbe follow4 85 BHir:extce 000 such person to be the nominee for the caster, Kentucky, to tbe highest and AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. prove it we willsend you a SAM 'LE Paint Lick, 3 75 4 1' ing purchases of live stock last week; Good to tholes Kentucky. office, and shall refund to such candibest bidder the following real proper- TREATMENT FREE, Coenmon to fair GTJARANfcEED SATISFACTORY! 1 25 3 50 Angelding from Sam 1 date the amount deposited by him, less ty, to wit, this property Is located in LAMBS teUa 6 50.0b0 OB MONEY REFUNDED. If you have Ulcers, Eating Sops, derson for $145., from Tom Chenault, OoodtoehoU Kentucky. ;. 5 856 4u the costs then accrued for advertising Garrard County (2-Two seventh, undivided inter- Itching Humors, Swellings, Mj&us of Richmond, 8 mules, four and five Ooeubob to ialf and preparing for said election. R. E. McRoberts Drugstore. 4(0 5 50 jin-pl5. The polls shall be opened in each est of a tract of land containing about Patches, Bone Pains, offensive 300 acres and described as follows: On or eruptions, take B. B. B., Boand every voting precinct of all the tbe Crab Orchard andCartersvllleroad counties in the district aforesaid, in and about one mile and a half from tanic Blood Balm). All sympons the regular voting places. Dripping Springs, the interest herein heal quickly, Blood is made pure md Offiice over Logan's store. 6. Upon the closing of the polls, ordered sold is tbe 7 undivided inter rich, completely changing the eqlre the officers shall proceed to count the est in tbe following described land body into a clean, healthy condit Pt Residence Phone 75. Office Plione 6. tbe ballots and to make return, and in so bounded on tbe west by south lands of healing every sore and stopping lal by tbe Buford Mason on tbe doing, shall be governed by the provis lands, of Jesse Fox and Eb BenMey and aches, pains and itching, curing ions of the general election law, and on tbe north by the lands of William worst case ef blood poison. Drugg's I I 9 the returns shall be made to tbe cbair Knuckles and on the east by tbe Per- or by express, S1.00 per large botil land and man of the respective counties in tbe kins purpose contains about300 acres. witn airectioes ror nome cure. S.m of this to satisfy a Tbe of QUALITY. District, who will deliver the stub debt of one hundred sale isfifty dollars pies sent free by writing Blood Eil and books, tbe certificates, and any ques- with Interest thereon at six per cent, Co., Atlanta, Ga., Describe your trou I I tioned ballots to tbe'Secretary of this per annum, from June 30tb, 1909 un- ble and free medical advice given If eBP Wrt JrtPW 9r9 Committee. til paid, debt and interest amounting Sold by F. P Frlsbie. 7. Tbe officers of elections shall be to one hundred and sixty four dollars aud seven cents8164,07) to date of sale selected by this Committee from the January 23rd, 1911, and costs approxi & lists to be submitted by tbe several mated 867.35 of court proceedings for candidates in accordance with tbe pro which judgement has been rendered REHL ESTATE. visions of tbe primary election law. in tbe abovs styled case. Tbe land 8. Each candidate shall be entitled will be sold as a whole or such part as 1 ISell Farms on low Commission. to designate, by a written notice to will satisfy tbe above jugdgement. TERMS. Titles Abstracted. Phone 223- tbe chairman of each county commitsale will We feel that we are justified in telling you your tobacco will biing as much money sold over our floors as tee in tbe District, not less than five Thismonths be made on a credit of six time with interest at days prior to March 4. 1911, the name from date of any market in the country, Lexington and Louisville not excepted. For the past ten days, we have made of one person for each voting precinct six per cent per annum purchaser will sale until paid. Said be required to a BETTER AVERAGE daily per hundred than either Louisville or Lexington. We now have seven in said county, to act as challenger and security, a liengive bond with approved being retained on said Inspector for said candidate at said Physican and Surgeon land to secure said payment said bonds permanent buyers located in Danville buying for the largest Factories in this and foreign countries. For primary election. to have tbe force and effect of a judge9. Tbe committee shall meetat two Office Danville street. which the past ten days there has been a steady increase in prices. On some grades of over 50 per cent. Buy- P. M., standard time, at tbe office of ment uponnot paidexecution may issue to if same when due. Office Phone 89 Residence Phone 9. in ers pronounce our new house on Walnut Street the best lighted house in Central Kentucky, The best evi- its Secretary,day Danville, Kentucky, Jan. 4, 1911. on tbe next after tbe returns shall J. A. Amon, M. C. G. C. C. dence of this is that our average has been better per hundred than any other house in Danville. We charge have been made, and canvass the 70te R. H. Tomlinson, Attorney for Plntff. Office Phone 31. Residence Phone 3 Call and see us for a good cast at said election, and issue a cernothing for rejections. Your tobacco is insured the minute it gets into our doors, and your check is ready tificate of nomination. LANCASTER, KY. iHair Cut and Clean Shave. chairman of the Distrist 10. Tbe The Only Two White Barbers la Towa. for you in thirty minutes after the sale is over. Committee is directed to employ a ihe 19 It 7onstor--A - "' competent person to copy from the Sales will be held every day except Saturday during the season. Write us for information. See tbe tall sign, North side of to the irchwiY to 1 ' h regular registration books made for information: lull Public Square. .' tbe cities of Danville and Barrods-bur- g, 1910 census ind ol the most . M. and wcitint Consnssioru! E tevon for the 1910 election, the names gare. Garrard Circuit Court fifty 'years; tO.OOO Ucts ind po't of all Democrats, and the person so Clell Thomas and pliffs. ibout politics, labor, religion others com employed shall return the copies, cer- VS firm statistics, finance trade, INCORPORATED. tified as required by law, to said Chair Simmie McQuerry and others def ts. merce. Insurance, money ind bankme Pursuant to a judgement of the Garman, who shall cause them to be duly information about our own and ai rard Circuit Court rendered in the forelpi countries, the arm:es an. LAWYER aad COUNTY ATTORNEY. delivered to tbe officers of elections; above, styled cause at its November mvies of the world. Panama Carta and tbe chairman is directed to cause term 1910, the undersigned commislerial navigation, growth ol the Unite. Will Practice in all State Courts and to be printed and prepared for use tbe sioner will on States, universities and colleges; posta TJ. S. District Court. laws and requisite number and kind of ballots, MONDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 1911. information, naturalization voting: Constitutiot Office over Police Court. Phone 194. wbich shall bear tbe fascimile of his this date being County Cuurt Day n.nlifleatlons for population of Urges: s. signature, and he will procure tbe between tbe hours of twelve o'clock largest cities noon and two P. M., will rent to tbe rlti of the earth, of 100 United Stites necessary election supplies, and cause highest and best bidder, of all in front of In 'Jnited States, fact the tbem, together with tbe ballots, to be the Court House door in Lancaster, rttln of 5.000 or more invou some- World Almana: will tell The loose floor sale at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse on Perryville street, immediately east of the Queen delivered to tbe officers of election as Kentucky, tbe following property to 1911 thin about everyttimz ana everyiii required by law. wit: property .is located in Garrard bout x great many things Price 25c and Crescent Railway, is being held every day. Buyers from all leading factories are on hand. All tobacThis 11. Tbe chairman will cause copies fwest of Buffalo anC fcnrtVtnr County, Ky.. and is known in the divihimself sion and allotment of the lands of D. hv mail 35c Address! Cleaning siM.t...r irw co is placed'on sale in uniform grades, ach grade bringing the highest market price. We make no charge of this resolution, certified-band' Pressing Laand tbe secretary of tbe committee, to G. Ross as lot no one, and- bounded as TV New VorV Wnr'd Ne-- York. for rejections and will sell your tobacco until you are satisfied with the price you receive. All insurance is be posted one at the court bouse door follows. Beginning at a white oak dies and Men's Garments. in Stanford, Lancaster, Danville and stump, corner to Jacob Newland carried by us and your tobacco is protected from the minute it enters our house until it is sold. Experiencin Harrodsburg, and one in twenty other tbence S. 70 W. 40 Poles to a stake44 Shoe Repairing. Phone '340. Public Newland's line, tbence S. 10i places in each Dis poles to a stake in tbe line E. tbe Square. Second band clothes sold on ed men in charge ofall departments to guard your interest Our advice, as is the advice of all tobacco conspicuous of trict, for not less tban forty days prior whole survey, tbence E. 96 commission. poles The undersigned nereby Rive warr warehouses, is that you place your tobacco upon the market as soon as it has been stripped. It weighs to February 11, 1911, and said notice to a stake on a hillside near a sugar lng to all persons not to trespass upoi h. ltf. Faulkner, flIgr. shall also be published in each Demo- tree t.hence N. 110 poles to a stalce in our lands for any purpose whatever more then and you save the cost of extra hauling and get the use of your money. road corner to S. D. Carpenter tbence cratic newspaper in the District. aa we will prosecute all offenders tt N. 69, W. 23 poles to a On motion tbe Committee then ad- road Carpenter's corner, stake in said fullest extent of tbe law. Hunters and Office Hours Office over The People's Warehouse has the capacity to accommodate fifty loads of tobacco at one time and journed. tbence N. 631 W.25 poles to a stake corner to Car- Fishermen especially take notice. to IX lp.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store. ttt.B ample room lor a hundred head of horses. Remember the location Perryville street, immediately east of G. L. Penny, Chairman, penter's line tbence N. 4 E. 4 M Squire R. Parsons Huguely, Secretary. poles to a stake in Carpenter's line Jno Farra Cbenault Ed & TS B Price the Queen and Crescent Railway. and corner to Newland, tbence N. 78 W S Ferguson 3 4t. W A Price poles to a bunch of willows E F Herring W. 6 DENTIST. Col. I. M. Dunn is the auctioneer who sells at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse; he has had twenty-fiv- e Fine New Automobile Tires, chea'd on a branch near tbe old tanyard and W S Embry 8 L Rlcb not trust made goods. Save you 50 corner to said Newland, tbence 8. 14 MrsP W Kinnaird T A Elain Phone 65. Lancaster, Ky. years experience in the production of burtey tobacco; his judgement on tobacco you get free. He is per cent on tire cost. Any style bead. W. 24 poles to a stake in said branch, Dave Thompson J W Sweeney S. 48. W. 15 poles to a stake In 30x3 2 917.80, tbence J as Sutton Nysttsted by C. C, Lucas, of North Carolina, who is an auctioneer of large experience in the loose leaf 28x2-31- 2 60, said branch, near a locust, tbence S. ZTRlce I have just opened up a new, clean 90, 34x3 32x3 8, E. 47 poles to the beginning, con- Mrs Rebecca West Mrs E E Daniels 631-- 2 market 31x4 822 00, acres. taining H C Arnold D B Anderson Dunlops 15 per cent W. G. Anderson, H. C. Hamilton, TERMS on Lexington street next to the post additional, Tubes 15 per cent less Said rental will be on a credit of L. H. Brown G. Y. Conn office and will he glad to have my tban standard prices. No shoddy twelve months and tbe purchaser will T. W. Conn J. G. Conn goods. Prompt shipments C. O. D. be required to give bond with approv J. G. Clark. Pilgrimage Tobaco Co Jfriends to callsand see me. Clean allowing examination. 5 per cent dis- ed security bearing, six per cent inter for cash with order. est from date of rental, until paid, pay Mrs Maggie Boulden, Dr W Burnett.! Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention 3)hdDeNo50. Incorporated. DANVILLE, KY. count "W. K. Leavell, able on the first day of January 1912. C. G, Gav, GEYER SALES CO. DAVE ROSS, Solicitor in Garrard County. use tbe X.Dunn. Dayton, Ohio The renter will be required to 7&L- four-year-o-ld Financial Condition Commissioner's. Sale sf Land 'J ATTENTION! January 2nd, 1911 the-thousa- nd Jersey Bull Simpson ad h xclu-slv- - e. ". w. WEEN EY. Surveyor. J. . J. TINSLEY, Water-Wor- ka 1-- t r 1 sun-bur- 1 w. T. KING-rLctioneer f - ...... ...., Commissioner's Sale sf Land. ve Alsace-Lorral- ni M. K. Denriy, KILL the COUGH the 1 Blood Poison. $g ... Dr. King's New Discovery Ci9Vg3 6-B- H. J. PATIQK, Dentistl five-year-o- ld f. 7) es DR.Wm.BTJRiVETT Physican and Surgeon. We Qordially Invite 2-- out Mowers W YOU Ware McRoberts. m Hughes Swinebroad TO SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH US. fSlSiirlsStt Dr. J. B. Kinnaird, J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmcr X Commissioner's Rental gf Land. J-- i DANVikbE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. "n HOUSE. J. E. Robinson, Tobacco 0 rowersftTT ENTI 0 N! iin(td-.?;tate- Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co - v 8--10 POSTED 4--10 12-2- IB. 6--10 F. 'Wajlter. Barber Shop 30x3-813.7- 5, 1-- 88 30x4-321.-7- 0, 32x4-33.9- 0, 34x4-826.8- 0, 34x41-5-831.7- 0, PEOPLES' TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. JOHN DUNCAN. .J-r4-- isV . 25-- : -- fr feii; '5.--' y: . t-- ;tj-- -- vj