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Y 7 ,AL REO0RI) i ..j, ,m ,i,i ,i T "',l 'jfrvn "TU r- - J Imi (fNoKi-- : LANCASTER KY.,ifeiDAY, JANUARY 20, 1911. A full attendance is requested at Quit reading your neighbor's paper, your own this year. 8end u at the W C. T. n.. Saturday as there read your subscription for the Record for is business of importance. ' tS 1911. On ThiirsdAR Elder F. M. Tinder W. E. Qott has opened a pool room unitedin wedidfk's holy bonds Ollie In the building on the no.th side of Lane and Mis5 fylUe May Edrlngtbn the public square recently vacated by' of Mt. Hebron.' the soft drink stand. The cltizensjif Stanford and the The Cincinnati daily Post and the East Tennessee Telephone Co., are Record both for one year for 82 50. waging a merrvwar over rates and as The weekly Courier Journal and the a result a number of business houses have bad their 'phones removed. Record, both for one year lor $1 50. Shp't. Hall of tfre telephone compaMr. J. E. Nevius has a nice cottage ny has annouueed his intention of ma near completion on Water street, and king the company's investment In Lin which he will occupy, and will enlarge coin pay eight per cent, this year Inand rent bis home on Lexington Ave. stead of two per cent, as heretofore. HUHBER41, Rec- - , mf&Se&&Z Pay up that dollar on The ord. The local employees of the L. & N-- , were gladdened on Wednesday by the arrival of the pay car. W. T. West has purchased of J. Help To Make Us Happy H I. Hamilton the storeroom on the north side of the squire, now occu pied as a bowling alley. Pay Your Account Bourdeaux Ferguson, of Winchester, and Mr. Thomas Newton Cotton of Garrard county weie married at the home of the bride on Miss Carriage Repeirin g, Etc January 11th. Mrs. Adam Kelly underwent an operation at the Lancaster Hospital Wednesday morning for Appendici tis. She is getting along nicely as the Record goes to press. Mary Leavell is now well equipped for Massaging, Manicuring, Shampooing and making braids. Solicits your patronage, guarantees satisfaction. Give home 'phone number next issue. Painful Accident. The Record has just purchased a lot of new b dy typ which is to be used on ; he paper. We are spai ing nei i her trouble nor expense to improve our columns during this year. Lewis L Walker spent Sunis his last, week or tills term or the Hovie circuit court, and on next Monday he goes to iiar rorthburt fur si three weeks term. day luge at home. This Now is a good time to get that ZEB Sheriff McCarthy came over from Stanford Saturday night in search of George McRoberts, colored, charged with forging the name of a Mrs. Gooch to a check. With the assistance of Marshal Herron the party was easily located and taken in custody. The Record Is laborlr.g untiringly and earnest'y for the. best interest of the citizen of the town and county. seeking to further their interests in whatever manf.er may lie within its power. During this year mat'ers of vltil interest are transpiring, of which you should know. The tobacco question is being constantly aui ated, as well as other things of almost rqual interest to the farmer If vou do not get your paper re'gularly and promptly let us know and we will endeavor to seek out and remedy the cause. If you do not take! the Record, send us vour subscription. You owe it to yourself and family to have the "home paper' visit you. to-yo- NOW! I We Need The Money. The local Street Committee is hav 11 g J2J y- - ing rock spread around town where they are most needed. The streets are in unusually good condition for this time of year, but this is the only wav to keep them in that condition. A stitch In.time saves nine. Beginning February first, Rural route No. 1 out of Lancaster will be extended from Backleytto .Nina three times a week', Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. People residing along the road between the residence of Mr.' C. S. Ballew and Nina, who erect boxes, will then have their mail addressed to Lancaster. R F. D. 1, instead or Nina. "Carrief ation" Wise. Proving true tp the teaching of the temperance suffragette for whom she was' named,."Carrie Nation," a mule owned by John Nichols, of Prohibition Swain County NC, refusad to further the cause of drink. Charles Woodson ng while they are cheap. WATCH THIS SPACE. had borrowed Carrie to convey a package of liquor, arl'd everything went nicely until Charley took a drink, and, smelling tne liquor, she threw Laws. him off. ferociously attacked the packMrs. Wilton Laws the aged mothage and destroyed every bottle; then er of Mrs. Rose Hibbard died after sne quieted. Odd Fellows Degrees Te Be Exemplified. Miss Linnie Moss was called to Pineville by the news of the painful accident that has just befallen her cousin, Mr. Charley Simpson a worthy young man of twenty-on- e years of age who lives in that flouring town. He was accidently struck by a passing train and while badly hurt it is hoped it is not serious. HASELDEN KOOOO0OO BROS. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. $&&&&amxz ence inri last fur many days before t reaches thp Chief's ears, and he spares neither deep or money until the offender is in the clutches of the law. icero H umber a one legged coon was the lastoffender who thought he cou'd get a little easy money by selling booze without pxciting Mr. Herron's suspicions He was promptly brought Judge. Harris who taxed him to thr tune of 960 00 and the costs. be-rn- re The blind tiger operator who thinks that Chief Herron is not on the lookout for him, reckons without bis host. His vigilance in this direction is never relaxed; one cannot spring into exig- I I MB m Hr Your Account Is Past Due. iHi I 8M I :nn On Monday night, January 23, Boone Lodge No, l,I.OOP or Louisville will give all Odd Fellows within reach of Loulsville.one of the greatest treats that, has been given in this section for many vears. On that night the 1st degree will he given to 100 candidates in the Armory at, Sixth and Walnut, Merrick Lodge No. 31 of Lexington, Kentucky by its degree team, will do the work. This team has gained a national reputation for good work in this degree, Every Odd Fellow Lod.ge in Kentucky and Southern Indiana has been invited and It is expected that .fully 4000 mem hers will be present. "Special arrangements have been made with the Railroads and Interurban lines so that every member who wishes to attend can do so. Grand Sire Cockrum and W. H. Leedv, Grand Secretary if In diana Will Be Present. All the Grand Lodge Officers of Kentucky have been lnvied and will be present. Boone Lodge Is the oldest, lodge west of the Allegbaney Mountains, having been established Feoruary 10th, 1833, by Grand Sire Wildey, the founder of the order. From Boone Lodge came all of the older lodge- In Louisville Boone Lodge also established the Indiana by instituting New Albany Lodge No 1 in New Albany For these reasons Indiana members are particularly interested in this meeting, feeling that in the true sense the Mother Is calling her children Home. or-der- in a general decline early Tuesday morning. The deceased was eighty five years old and met with quite a painful accident about Christmas when she fell and broke -- her hip, never recovering from the effects of the fall, this hastening her death a few week's later. Besides her daughter Mrs. Hibbard, a son Mr. William Laws of Illinois survive her. Sanders Johnson. OO0OO0OO0OO0OOX Miss Beatrice Sanders and Mr. v J. Sam Johnson were joined togeth holy bonds on Weder nesday afternoon at five o'clock at the home of Rev. F. M. Tinder, that popular minister officiating. Miss Sanders is a very popular and attractive young lady and is a sister to Messrs. Coy and Lloyd Sanders. She is a daughter of Mr. Thomps Sanders of Stone, Ky. Mr. Johnson is a fine young business man and has many friends in this county. They are at home to their many friends at their residence on Danville street. The record wishes them both a long and happy life. Corneilison. In order to make room for my large &s & m m Mm Spring Stock of Goods, for Thirty Days Car- You can get the greatest bargains in Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Fronts, riage Heaters ever placed on the market in Lancaster. Good Roads asd Rural Routes. I Need The Money. PLEASE CALL ID SETTLE. H. T. H . "" Logan 'I J ? B Just received a new line of Rubber Boots and Shoes xne rosi-omc- e .Department nas no titled the postmaster at Livia, McLean county, that unless the roads on Livia R. F D., route No. 2 are put In good order the route will be discontinued. This leads the Owensboro Inquirer to remark: 'The department requires that rural routes along which mail is distributed must be kept in good condition. If the department will only adhere to that requirement rigidly, it is going to do more than everything else to create a strong public sentiment in favor of permanently improved highways. Whenever the people learn that they can't have all the conveniences without paying something for them, they will not object to paying, especially after they have once enjoyed these con veniences. and must give them up or put up the money necessary to continue them. The man who delivers your miil at your doors every day should have the be&t road possible to travel, and any inexcusable neglect In the matter of providing them should mean a discontinuance of the service. Of course, there are times when dirt roddd get in bad coudition regardless of the amount of work that has been doue on then, but due allowance Is always made for that kind of emergency," Possibly one of the reasons why Ken tucky is far behind many other States in the number of its rural free delivery routes is because of bad roads. That is not the only reason, however, as In many sections of the State the people have been slow to apppreciate the advantages of the the system ai d have not taken the proper steps to have the routes established The requirement that road shall be kept ii good condition is ail entirely reasonable, one and Will be of great bentfi in biiuging about improvements, not only on existing routes, but on those hereafter to be created. Wallace Corneilison aged nineteen years, a stepson of Mr. James White, who lives just across the Garrard county line in Lincoln, while out rabbit hunting on Tues day afternoon, struck at his dog with his gun when it was discharged the contents entering his leg. He was brought to the Lancaster Hospital, and notwithstanding the fact that several physicians worked with him all Tuesday night, he was so exhausted frojp loss of blood that he died on Wednesday morning about eight o'clock. His remains were taken to the home of his aunt, Mrs. Ella Bettis, where the funeral was conducted Thursday afternoon and his remains interred in the Lan caster cemetery. 5 Kiting At Buckeye. W. J. Romans. Dairying Fays In Holland on $500 land; why will not Dairying pay in Garrard County on ISiiJiillSlllSliMiMiiS (BliiMiiS!iii!iJiIilS. 1 $100 land? Dairymen in Holland get about one cent per pound more for their butter than we in America, but this advan tage is offset by the fact that they import their concentrates (bran and cottonseed meal) from America. -- H As we go to press this Thursday morning we hear that Mr. Irvin May 3 Dairying is progressive in character. It's possibilites o'was shot last night about eight increase with each succeeding year. clock by Mr. John Calico son of Mr. Dairying will not wear out your land, but will enable Marce Calico, Mr. May was shot H through the head and died about 3g( you to pass it on to your son in better condition than when you received it. one o'clock this morning. He made no statement before he died. It S In dairying there are no trust, no cut-out-s, no pools seems that there were four of them H necessary, no off years. Irvin May, John Calico, Will Calico, Daidyinb is the ideal roadto success. Let us show you. and John Dailey in the crowd when the shooting took place and rumor Blue-Gra- ss has it that they were drinking. No arrests have yet been made. May H. V. Bastfn, was found in the road near Mr. John Bogies house and the other three had left him. Dan Ray and Will Noel found him and took him home where he died. He will be HIGHEST MARKET PRKE PAH) buried at Buckeye. Friday. ' FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES. LATER: Calico has given himWool on ConwtelGa. WrMo for HMO VPE2f smIEi self up and is now in jail His ex--, list menttofltag thl ad. Established 1837 amining .trial will come up Satur JOHN WHITE & CO, LOUISVILLE,KY. day. Creamery. Prop. FURS AND HIDES sk ft - - . . . ft ' : 1 .; IWWWF" CENTRAL RECORD (IKCORPO RATED) GREEN CLAY WALK'Eft, Eaitor, Mnteqlmt tht Pott Ofct in Lancatttr, Steond-Cla- u Matt Matter. broke, the negro attempted' to make his escape but was riddled ylth bullets. TheTwdy of Jim WeW-ththird negro was not found, but it Is certain he met a, Tlolint death at the hands of tUemoh. 5 V ForCounty Offices For State and District Offices... For Calls, per line For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line.. Obituaries, per line Thirty-tw- o warehosiM Jri Chicago are said to contain "44,000,000 pounds of foodstuffs, such as butter, eggs, Mambtr Ky. Press Assoelstlon. cheese and dressed poultry, the hoardings of years In anticipation of higher Eighth District Publishers League. prices. Now, for various reasons, principal among, which are the open winter of 1611 and the large crops of Lancaster, Ky, January 20, 1911. 1910, commission men announce that prices on these commodities will be Rates For Political Announcements. decidedly lower between now and May first, and that they will place their en For Precinct and City Offices. . . .8 5.00 tire holdings upon The market. X.,a 10.00 16.00 A syndicate of Hollanders last week 10 purchased 1,100,000 acres of coal and 10 timbered land in Knott, Letcher and thesurrender of this Democratic principle and the betrayal of this Democratic promlss. I submit tbat any gentleman aspiring to be a Sena tor from KentBckj? who would fall to give bis party his loyal snpport simply because he was not chosen as tbe standard-beare- r, is a traitor whose treachery should best be discovered be fore he becomes a. .representative of tbe people and clothed with tbe great power to tax and oppress them. In other words, the party can stand bis treachery before the election better than tbe people can stand his treach ery after he is elected Senatorl 'Then, besides this, it is infinitely of more Importance to keep faith with the people, to hold sacred our platform pledges, to make them truly a bond of honor, than to betray tbem for the purpose of securing the Influ- ed, by Dr. Pearce win preach at Hubble i Death In Roaring Eyre ",-.-,- . Sunday morning and will hold service ' .T . . - - 'may not, result from the work bugs, hut. often severe burns are caus- . o'olock. ed that make a quick need lor buck- There is not a vacant house in. .Lan- len's Arnica Sajve, thequtckest, surest caster, and even rooms for bouse keep- cure" for burns, wounds, bruises, boils, ing are In sharp demand with none to sores. It subdues inflammation. It be bad. It ieema tbat a few nice cot- kills pain. It soothes and heals. Driv tages for rent would prove a good in- es off skin eruption, ulcers or piles. vestment in Lancaster. Only 25c at li. E, McRoberts & Son. lm. . If you love muslo you should call at Mrs. U. D. Simpsons and hear the Valuable Apple Tree. -- ;., 4- "". Best Groceries ail Fratet Meats ' as clneapas any is our aim. Correct Weight and Courteous Treatment our invariable rule. beautiful selectfons-'- f cqjiv.. the. great, masters played upon; the CabVe; Inner player. The In nerplaye'r Is 'different from all other self playing devices and is one of the most wonderful inventions of tbe age. Mr. Chester Green will be here the remainder of the present week and will demonstrate this instrument. You are cordially invited. New Question Settled. Thirty thousand dollars was the sum Washington nur sery company for an apple tree located j near Lake Chelan. The nroffer was' marie by a syndicate which desired to propagate the tree. It was turned down by the nursery company, which will develop the fruit itself. The tree is twenty years old and is called the Chelan. The fruit is golden yellow and Is said to be different from that of any other apple grown in Washington. It is also said to prs-seexceptional keeping qualities, a b ix having been kept in storage in Spokane for two years without, anv marked deterioration. Twentv years ago, the story runs, an Indian planted a handful of apple seed, three of which grew. The fruit of but one of tbe trees was good for anything. The tree Is now of great size and a prolific bearer. Last year at tne .national apple show at Spokane, fruit from the tree took first prize for the new variety of apples. offered an ss Country Produce wanted at all times. Davidson & Walker. We are Headquarters for Breathitt counties at a cost of $50,000,-00.10 into 05 0. Ibis this one more step towatd the develoment of the mountain section of the state. will bring many industries section of the state and Is Claiming the Forestry reserve laws to be in violation of State rights, and For Circuit Judge therefore unconstitutional, an appeal We are authorized "to announce Hon will shortly be made to the Supreme Charles A. Hardin a candidate foi court to so declare them. These laws Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial Dis- were Inaugurated during the administrict, at the November election, 1911, tration of President Roosevelt. subject to the action of ibe DemocratThe Court of Appeals has decided ic party. that inasmuch as the railroads do not pool. own the sleeping cars in operation over ' More Primary Talk. their lines, they are not compelled to could support it. Dog Law. "Of course, my ambition to become furnish "Jim Crow" sleeping cars If a primary election to select apart from the white sleep- a representative or the great state of We print herewith a copy of the and Kentucky in the United States Sen- "Dog law." Many complaints are Democratic nominees for state off- ers. ate Is near and dear to me, but infin- coming from the farmers of deprada-tlon- s icers is right and proper, with which itely more Cincinnati was visited by is among their sheep by d. gs. A plan we are in perfect accord, why disastrous tire last week which another Democratic important it keepthat the destroy partysbould lis faith good dog is a valuable piece of propernot a primary election to select a ed one of her handsomebt buildings, with the people. And I beg of you. ty, but tbe worthless, half fed cur i. nominee for United States Senator, the Chambers of Commerce, entailing therefore, that at your meeting in about as poor a chattel as a man can of Jan-ar- y possesR. Perhaps a rigid enforcewhich is of far more interest to the a loss of over one half million dollars. Loulsvilleon the twenty-fift- h you Include the Senatorial race in ment of the abovp law would do aw a v A dozen firemen were injured, pome of people than many of the selections them seriously. the prilmary and keep the promise we wHh a good many of the Matter c1.t-for state offices. The acton of the made to the people in our platforms to Democratic Executive Committee The name of Elliott Northoott of in the past. If I am their choice, I umcanines and thus reduce a minimthe frequent inroads on the helpappears to us thoroughly inconsist- West Virginia has been sent to the suau oe proun; ir i am not, upon ev- less sheep. ent in making a call for a state pri- Senate by President Taft to be Minis ery stump iu Kentucky where the bai Anv owner or harborer of a dog, subter This is the mary and not including in the call ing to Nicuragua. recogniLiuu ofmark- tie rages I will he found fighting for ject to be taxed, who shall fail or re of the formal that our party. Very truly yours, fuse to list the same with I he assessor the selectionof a candidate for U. country by the United States. (Signed) "Ollte M. James " shall be fined in any sum not exceedS. Senator. ing 810.00 for each dog he so fails or Without expressing a preference Senator Bradley expects the PresiFarmers Meeting. refuses to list, for taxation; and any for any candidate wishing the nom- dent to reach a declsiou on the two About, three bundled farmers and person who shall keep or harbor a dog Kentucky district attorneyship in a ination, we think Hon. Ollie M. few days. The Senator believes J C. tobacco raisers gathered at the court upon his premises, and who fails or refuses to pay the tax thereon where James has the better end of the ar- Speight will be named for Louisville house on Saturday afteanoon in to the call published in the due, shall be fined in any sum not exand Ed Morrow for Covington. gument in his plea for a primary. Record. The meeting was presided ceeding $25.00 for each cflVns';and, We think the whole Democracy over by Chairman Rose of M:trcellus, upon conviction, the judgement, may in a special message far better prepared to select the toPresident Tatt the fortification of the local member of the advisory Include an order requiring such dog to Congress urges he killed, which order may he pxcued nominee than a majority of the the Panama Canal and recommends board of the Burley Tobacco Union Mr. Ward Headley of Princtoii Ky., hv any peace officers, who shall he alDemocratic legislators, consisting of the appropriation of $5jD0O,0lH) wii.li addressed the meeting lt a slioit iaik, lowed 8100 therefor, to he ttxed as perhaps not more than from eigh- which to begin that work. be tba duty of i he sher in very logical man- cost. ty tt ninety democrats. In such The Kentucky Electiieal Co, of Lou- and set aforth forceful and of tbe meet iff and his deputies, and each constaner the object case forty six democrats could isville Ky., of which Mr. R. E Hughes ing, as vell as the object add desire of ble in his district, to kill or cause to name the senator in the Democratic is the president, has voted to re incor- the newly organized . He tSnkh be killed any dog the owner of which ed his remarks by inviting a show of has failed or refused to pay the porate and to increase its captial slock caucus. bauds of those in tbe bouse who were thereon when due, and for each dog We hope to see the Committee from$600,000. to 83,000,000. in favor of 'cutting out" the 1911 st killed without tbe order of a codt t when convened in Louisville on crop, after which he iuvif.ed them and such officer shall he allowed by the fisJanuary 25th, include in the call No Reason To Change. all other growers who so desired, to cal court fifty cents, to be paid out. ot thedogtix fund for tbe purpose or the selection of a nominee for UniHon. Ollie M. James, candidate for come forward and sign the pledge, a copy of which we publish herewith. this act, the tax on dogs shall he conted States Senator. United States Senator, writes tbe sidered due on the first, day ofMa'cn interesting letter to tbe Demo Chairman Rose informs us tbat about of each year. Provided, however, the 135 signed this pledge A committee cratic Executive Committee, asking Fer. McCrcary, sucn tax at. any of one or sheriff mav collect body to inelude in tbe call fur was appointed consit-tinthat manner as taxes are time and in tucb Upon being asked by a newspaper primary election to nominate state more men from eace vntng precinct representative in Charlestown W. Va. officers a call to nominate a United in tbe county to solicit fun her signers now collectible by law. .as to bis reported candidacy for the States Senator. for the pledge, and they were furnished Old Soldier Tortured. United States Senatorshlp, the Hon.J. Committeeman Fitch said he did pledge books for that purpose Mayo of Paints vIlleKy. had the J. C. not cafe to discuss tbe question until If by the 20- u day of February a suf "For years 1 have suffered unspeakfollowing to say:- it was brought before the committee, ficlent per cent, of the burley tobacco able torture from Indigestion, consti"There isn't anything In it; I am but saw no reason why he should growers in Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri pation and liver trouble,"wrote A K. notacandidate and not expected to be. change his position on the matter. and West Ytrginla 'have slgued the Smith, a war veteran at Erie, Pa; "but "I don't know why such a report The same view was expressed by Com- pledge, to, in the estimation of tbe Dr. King's New Life Pills fixed me all has gained circulation," continued mitteeman Meagher, Mr. Fitch and Union, justify the cutting out of the right. They're simply gret " Try Mr. Mayo. Mr. Meagher were talked to over the crop for this year, then the cut out. them for any stomach, liver or Kiduey "I am not in politics; I am digging long distance telephone. Neither will be declared. The old burley to- trouble. Onlv 25c at R. E. McRoberts coal. I confess, however, I am willing Committeeman Toung, Lyon nor Tug bacco society will in this &Son. lm. to work for my friends, and I like to gle could be reached last night. movement and in tbe securing of do it-- " pledges. Mr. James letter is as follows: "Whom do you favor, then, "Mr. "Dear Sir and friend: I write to In the event the concensus of opii-lo- n Mayo for the Senatorshlp?" in the burley growing district is you as an executive of the "I have my choice, but I prefer not Democratic party, committeeyou. at against tbe cutting out of tbe crop begging 'to say. There are seven or eight men your meeting on. January 25, to in for 1911, then there will be ample time who would like to have it and who are clude tbe senatorial race in tbe pri- after the date fixed for the burning of Good and vegetables in clean considered candidates, but as to which mary to be held by tbe Democratic plant beds and making of other neces- attractivefruit packages! need no salesman. one I favor, I cannot say at this time party on May 27. sary arrangements for tue raising o Turnips as a "second crop more I will say however, that I am for "The Democratic party in three tbe crop. than pay the time and work put in on for Governor and 1 believe be great national platforms has declared We give below a copy of the pledge them. can and will be elected." as it is being signed: in favor of the election of United Making a good garden is a man's 1911 Crop Tobacco. States Senators by direct vote of the job. Do not leave the hard work to Ky 1911 the women folks. Senator McCreary has addressed a people, because it is tbe gateway to County letter to Congressman Ben Johnson all other reforms. In tbe press and This contract made this day witWith good equipments and willing replying to tbat gentleman's challenge upon the stump this has been one of nessed : workers haying Is not altogether a That in consideration of the bene- disagreeable task. for joint debate, accepting the chall- Democracy's greatest slogans, to reenge and specifying that they meet in lease tbe Senate from tbe clutches of fits to be derived herefrom by the parWhen planting large, flat seeds, set Louisville on J aDaary 25th and arran- monopoly and the vested Interests by ties hereto, and tbat. this contract is them in the ground edgewise. Germinge for ten joint debates throughout making ita membership elective by made by tbe uuden-igneand accept- ation is more certaCn. Cauliflower can be grown more easwhen both will be there to public voice. The Democratsin Con- ed by the Burley Tobacco Union aB a the state, attend the meeting of the State "Ex- gress have uniformly voted for this mutual contract with other contracts ily than cabbage. "It is always in degood prices. ecutive Committee. Fiye of the deba- reform. Tee Senate Committee only of like Import, taken and to be taken mand and at. Plant seeds of string beans every tes will be held In one and the same day before yesterday, with every Dem and entered Into by and with many iortnight, ' so tha there will always week and will be before the adjour ocrat supporting it,- reported an amend other growers of tobacco which are ol be a supply of tender pods. nment of Congress, the remaining five ment providing for the electiou of mutual benefit to all. Wagons, xakes, forks, racks, and The undersigned growers of tobacco everything should all be in good orto be arranged after March 4tb, when Senator's by direct vote of the people. Mr. Johnson retumsfrom Congress. Gov. Harmon, Gov. Dlx, Gov. Foss hereby agree and pledge, together der before the harvest begins. Senator McCreary concludes bis 'let- and Gov Marshall air have only re- with all other growers, who may sign Celery blanches nicely if a ter as folio ws:-- " I believe tbe success cently in words ringing clear and true and agree to this contract, to and drain tile is slipped over each plant, of tbe Democratic party is paramount advocated this reform. How can tbe with ttfe bald Burley Tobacco Union, when the time comes for blanching. success of any individual, and Democratic party in Kentucky go be- not to grow any tobacco personally, Make sowings once a week of such vegetables as lettuce 1 desire to do all in my power to pro- fore tbe people saying to them, "We by tenant or agent, nor to permit any mote tbe success of our part? and open will give you a chance to nominate tobacco to begrown on any land which and radishes, to insure a .continuous the way for harmony and union among your State officers'; but notwithstand- be owns or controls or may obtain or succession. Any delay made to repair harvesting Democrats and victory at tbe Novem- ing our protestations for twenty years have in possession in and during tbe tools not only subjects the fanner to ber election." in platform, press and upoc tbe stump year 1911. loss of money by hindering the field This contract shall not be binding hands, but subjects him to loss by in Congress, everywhere, deny you tbe On Sunday morning a mob of fty right to nominate your United States until tbe Executive Board or the Bur- prolonging the time of gathering his meala Shelby ville overpowered the Senator in the same manner? Do you ley Tobacco Union and Executive crops. As soon, as the grass gets into the police officials, after first having cut not see tbat the Republican party will Board of the Burley Tobacco Society 'put the "elect'rld light tak'eulck advantage 'of this? Will shall on or before tbe 20th day of Feb- proper condition, it should be gathered the wires and 'plant and telephones out of commis- they not say tbat we promise anything ruary, 1911, officially declare that in 4n Just aa early as possible, for when sion, and then proceeded to Hbe all in our platforo and then violate it their judgemene a sufficient per cent. allowed to" fully ripen "before cutting a great portion of the nutriment is and battered down tbe doors and took just as quickly as tbe opportunity pre- of Burley Tobaceo growers have signed, lost therefrom three segroes, one under sents? What good reason can be of- this contract to make and insure a sec Clean out the chaff and hay seed on of 1911 crop. sentence of death for the murder of a fered why the people should not nomi- cessful cut-ou- t ( the barn flour and scatter it over bare The undersigned usually grows.... places In the lots and pastures. This colored woman, onecb&rged with hav- nate their Senator as they do their scattered seed represents good money ing attacted two white women and' Governor? Some have urged tbat to . . . .acres of tobacco. Signed: ..Landlord value and It should be put to good the third with having attempted lib- keep theflenatOrthlp' from the people, Tenant. purpose. erties with a fourteen year old white to deny them tbe right to select their Clearing up and removing all No agent or solicitor has the right Marshall tbe condemned nominee woule make every candidate girl. Eugene growths along the margins of a garmurderer was bnng to the bridge over for tbe Senate support tbe Democrat to change this contract, den and fields with thorough, continCtoar creek. "Wade Patterson charged ic State ticket, and tbatsuccessln this uous cultivation will give almost comf the many can "Mound'City Paints may cost a trifle plete immunity from cut worms, with tbe attact on two women' wa8way tytbe support-otwtiig from the bridge, but' tbe rope dldat w for the8enate'oould be achlev more, but ! G. O. & J. E. Storme&"' I grub,, ate. se-perof It-shaUi-ion- ANNOUNCEMENTS ence of some men who fignt only for the spoils. 1 might suggest, too, that this same amumpnt that the betrayal of platform promises might beget success will return to haunt us. It will cost the Democratic party vastly more votes at the hands of tbe honest ballot giver when he is convinced that our party is one of expediency and not of principle. For If we betray one platform utterance to secure aid, we could betray all of them to interests vested and powerful, wlio would be quite willing to deal with the Democratic party upon condition of its betrayal of the people and the continu ance of their clutches upon tbe throats of the public. But no one would openly advocate this, uo Democrat In the Court of Appeals Thursday, the case of the Common wealth against Thomas Malone, of Mason county, was affirmed. Malone was indicted for selling pooled tobacco It was shown bow that tbe tobacco was not "raised" by Malone nor upon his land, and the court says only those who raise" tobacco or have li. raised upon their land can pool it and therefore they are the only ones who can be punished for violating the pool contract. A mere buyar of tobacco, even if he afterwards pools it cannot be punished for sellling the bought tobuc co because be has no right to jd i the STCDEBAKER WAGONS Tired Women Women, worn and tired Success Manure spreaders, Oliver Plows, J. M. Deer Steel Plows and Sulkey Plows, Syracuse Hill Side Plows and all kinds of Plow Repairs. See our line of Gol'ars and Harness, best in town A few Vu'can Plows at SS.50, J. M. Deer Buggies, American Fence, the best wire fence made. from need a tonic Tbat feeling ol weakover-work, ness er tiredness will not leave yn of itself. T- Cardai, tbat effectual' emedy for tbe aiimenls ana weakness of womei. Tkensands f wnki fctve trie Cardni Up Eli if 1 il 1.1 nt, i Son & Co. iisgmttoelUtt ties. Take ud wile eittnstastleally el Your Account is Still Due. mutfae&&m&H CfijJIViTN. CARDUI A reeeit fetter Ctarles Bragg, of Sweetser, says: "Tengue can-teB kiwwdi your med- frs Up Mrs. Your Bread hi., for criticism with confi- dence if you have made tx icine bis doie ftr ne. Before 1 began takfag Cardni I coold not de a day's work. 1 v.'ould work awhile and lie down. I shall always give praise to your medicine." it of White Swan Flour. For there will be no fault to be found with it from crust to center. Include a sack of Try Cardni. everywhere. For sale E42 WHITE SWAN FLOUR fol-lenl- ng in your next grocery order. Don't take any other kind. There is only one best flour as you'll acknowledge when you use it Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills. ALEX WALKER, Prop. - Currey's The Place To Sell Your IIUD iX, J President ORGANIZED I883. J.S Johnson Vice Pres't Eggs, The G1T1ZENS NATIONAL BANK. Ot LANCASTER, KY. Butter, Hams, Shoulders, Sausage, Bacon, Jowels. ii Be sure you .J get my price before you sell. CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. Eigxey, SURPLUS $30,000. V. F. CHAMP, Cashier. InliUI Ca!5 As't Cash'r. J. j. Walker, Jr., Book-Keep- er Business Solicited. J S. Johnson T. M. Prompt and Careful Attention. Mc-Crea- ry Arnold DIRECTOKS: J. J. Walker, B.P Hidson Alex Glhhs. LewU L. Walker. C. A. Arnold. -- i You'll Have To WHISTLE time for even as good lumber as ours. You a lontr can whistle forever and - Try a can of my CardiIC six-inc- h get no better. There isn't any. We stay on top in the lumber business just because of the superiority ot our beams, boards, timbers, etc. Ask any builder if it pay s to buy the best lumber. ttbe roick-growln- g i .1 nal Peaches. The best on the market tf for the mon-so a ,ey. can oi Jtia-waaianP- ine ) fj M His answer should make you our customer. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. 1 SELL YOUR TOBACCO We will pay highest market price at all times. liver either at Paint Lick or Stanford. De- Apple. Thco Carrey Residence W. P. KINCAID, DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO. I? hone 199. Wk SUnford,iKeitu.cky, I '. i' K vj f UUn HNftUHL hiMFPyVV,"riVJe.jjair.l?- - Wrlllb ft -- SHLE. WIW ,j.. ... r.-- 4 . BW iWW.W J - .a.. . ... M TV! ,4W.-!aaiiy- i In Burgin Graded school was at noma Saturday and Suay, l is quite-il- l a- - thai Morris of Swcholasvllla writing. filled his regular appointment at Hon. J, O. Bogie made a business Brown's Chapel Sunday. Crip to Frankfort) the last of the week. Will Scott purchased a tract of land Mrs. R. I. Burton spent Tuesday adjoining his farm here from H. B. with Miss Myrtle Hendren of Cotton-bur- Campbell, price unknown. Rolph' Scott and Robert Ruble who Mrs. J. O. Bogie and children spent are attending-Commercia- l College at Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Lewis Danville spent the week's end with BUCKKYE. H-i- Mrr-Jesse- Bev-.-W.-- -- g. This White Sale Marks the Beginning of a New Year in the Dry Goods Business of Danville. No Woman Can Help Be- ing Interested in the Lines of Fabrics we Will Offer Teater was again stricken with paralysis on Wednesday night of last week. R. I Burton lost a fine mare last week, she fell into a ditch and was on- able to get out. Misses Jennie and Mamie Dicker- son spent Saturday with Miss Flossie Cemetray Tuesday afternoon, Sutton of Lancaster. PURE RICH BLOOD R. E. McRoberts & Son Sell Here Is A Remedy That McCulIey. Mrs. Jno. their parents. The Misses Eason entertained very delightfully Friday evening a number of their little friends, games played, and dainty refreshments were served. Mr. .John Duncan one of the oldest residents of this place died Monday morqing of infirmities of old age. Interment in family lot of Presbyterian Fill Cure Eczema a Prescrip- ."WeProvelt" tion That Means Vigor, Vim, Vitality. I Sale Co Table Linens. As usual we will show a great line of desirable patterns of both Irish and German Table Linens at all prices from 50c to $2 a yard and on each and every one we will give a reduced price for this sale This we do to induce early buying. We mention a few Specials, but remember that all are reduced ntil January 28 Bed Spreads. lA7e call Your Special Attention to our New Line of Dress Ginghams. We Have Over One Hundred and Fifty Pieces of Entirely New Ginghams Fresh From the Looms, as Varied and Dainty an Assortment of Patterns as You Ever Saw Together. Prices Same as When Raw Cotton Was About Half the Present Price. These Alone will Repay You For Coming to Danville. Because causes the blood to get better and more nourishment it Is at all times a valuable tonic. It puts vigor into the muscles, clears up the improperly nourished brain and makes strong nerves that will stand the severest test. Men who feel that their vitality is slipping away; that the vim and energy that they formerly put into all their work Is lacking; that ambitious impulses and clever ideas do not come as they used to are the kind of men that MI-O-N- A need MI-ON-- A. $1.35 $1.65 $1 Featherwe'ght Spreads. These are almost as light a a sheet, but are very durable and sightly and are extra large size. Best selling Spread we ever had in stock. Extra large size Satin MarseiI,es spreads, were $2 Verv handsome quality Crochet Spreads, large size, were $1.50. er vou choice of ten ular designs in German Silver Bleached and Irish Full Bleached Damasks. These are 70 and 72 inches wide and Pure Linen, both warp and weft. CI AC vavd At this price we offer choice of a dozen tifui patterns 0f German and Irish Damask. and excellent quality. These are Union Linen Damask. CCJp yfl At this price we offer designs. This is an old J full Bleached, in five choice favorite and the last we can get. A few Napkins to match in large sizes at 31.75 per doz. 7K vard "s Pr'ce we W'H 35 yaiu beau-tpx.Vf- U 25ctv STRICTLY PURE IRISH LINEN OCPfc "" 4DK,lb WAISTINGS, FULL YARD. Besides being a peerless remedy for indigestion is a most pronounced tonic. If you have that blue, discontented feeliug, through the day and pass restless nights, trying unsuccessfully to get a refreshing sleep,take a months treat mentof stomach tablets, and bring the sunshine into your life. costs but 50 cents at R. E. McRoberts and druggists everywhere. Guaranteed to cure Indigestion andim mediately relieve all stomach misery, or money back. Readers of The Record should bear in mind that nothing will set the stom achrightso quickly as tablets. Take two after a heartv meal. and you need have no fear of stomach distress. A free trial treatment of MI-OA stomach tablets will be sent to any address free on reqnest, address Booth's Miona, Buffalo, N. Y. lm. MI-ON-- A MI-ON-- A Why waste' time and money experimenting with greasy salves and lotions trying to drive the eczema germ from underneath the skin when R. E. McRoberts & Son's Drug Store guaran tees ZEMO, a clean liquid preparation for external use to rid the skin ef the gprm life that causes the ' trouble? One application will relieve the itching and often times one bottle is sufficient to cure a minor case of eczema. In over 2,000 towns and cities in America, the leading druggist has the agency for ZEMO and be will tell you of the marvelous cures made by this clean, simple treatment. ZEMO is recognized as the cleanest and most popular treatment for eczema, pimples, dandruff and all other forms of skin or scalp affections whether on infant or grown person. Will you try a bottle on our recommendation? R. E. McRoberts & Son's Drug Store lm. Mt. Hebron Mr. H. L, Thompson sold a pair of work mules price 3320. Mrs. Lurany Montgomery sold to Thomas Hicks a hog for six dollars. Mr. Marian Montgomery who has been quite sick for several weeks Is im proving. Mr. Thompson McMillan and Segar-se- r Montgomery returned to their homes in Illinois last week. Rev. Thornton, of Virginia, will preach at this place Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning. Mr. Ben Tracy and wife of Hickman were the guests of Mrs. Lizzie Preston and family Friday night and Saturday. Most of the tobacco crops in this section have been sold to Danville and Lexington at.pclces ranging from six to eleven cents per pound- . "Mr-A. Duncan and son, Jesse and family moved from Bourne to bis, farm- near Lock Number eight last week and Mr. Timothy Ford moved to his farm recently purchased from Mr. A'.'O, Montgomery. On January 13, 1911, at three A. M., the grim reaper death thrust in his sickle and claimed for his own Mrs. Edith Hamm Aldridge daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. John Hamm. Her death was juite unexpected to the family and a shock to the entire community. years of age She was only twenty-on- e but had in her girlhoodi days put her trust in God, united with the Baptist cnurco at tnis place ana naa uvea a consistent christian life. She bad been a patient sufferer of tuberculosis for over two years and bad been bome months from about three and one-haDenver, Colo. When'"her summon came she called all the family to the bedsfdeand reassured them of her faith in Christ and of the eternal rest awaiting her, made loving requests of the family and fell asleep In Jesus. She leaves one boy four years old, a father, mother, three brothers and four sisters to mourn the loss. Remains were interred in Lancaster Saturday morning, The bereaved ones have the sympathy of the community, for to knew Edith was to love her. B. lf MI-ON-- A MI-ON-- A N NINA. 72-in- ch 72-in- ch New Embroideries. No matter whether you are ready to buy or not, come in in and look at the new line of emproideries. Everything in the Embroidery Line from little Baby Edges up to wide Flounces., You now have the advantage of making your selection while stock is complete, as many of the patterns cannot be had later. Table Cloth Sets. finished in We will give you an opportunity to buy fine Table-cloth- s borders all aronnd and with Napkins to match at prices as low as 2 2 and 3 yards square yard goods. These come in 2 2 and three yards longa great bargain. and 2 Ask to see these, as we cannot keep them on display with out getting them soiled. 4, 1-- Lingerie Materials. CI ' O ...For CI 'yPZ Imported Madiera piece of ten yards of Nainsook, the regular price of which is $1.50. 40-inch 4, 1- -2 Mr.and Mrs. Will Whitaker visited Rev. Morgan filled his appointment at Bethel Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Whitaker of Buckeye last Tuesday. Mr. Sam Prather made a business trip to Lexington last week. Mr, Joe Ross was in Lexington Jast, weex anenaing tooacco growers association. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sanders were the pleasant guests of Mr. Roy Sanders Friday. For piece of 12 yards of Snowflake Nainsook, the Jar price of which .s $2 15 regu-- p ouc aoz--NAPKI- NS BLEACHED LOOM lg-I- n SQUARE DICE50r An7 $1.35 12 1-2- For twelve yards of Celebrated Imperial Long Cloth. 40-inc- C h Pajama Checks, worth 15c. Towels. From our many qualities of Towels for this sale we mention a few that are special values. rur styles of very large-siz- e Towels made of exceedingly fin. quality of Bleached Huckaback Real dollar value. and very fine .Choice ot a number of styles of large-size- d Towels--wer- e GOc. quality of both Huckaback and Damask fine quality of Huckaback Towels with scalloped edges handsomely embroidered, Don't miss these by being late. 2QC Full Bleached Turkish Bath Towels, size 23 by 48 inches, and hemmed. AOr 19 75c 4 Pp. ggVery 8i by 9o SEAMLESS.FULL BLEACH- - fiOr ED SHEETS. .? 1 mO 1O FULL BLEACHED HEMi-UlPILLOW CASES' STITCHED O diphtheria last Monday-anwas buried at the family burying-groun- d here, Tuesday. Parents, and relatives, do not weep for Jesus love is greater than yours. He said "Suffer the little one to come unto me'and for bid them not for of such is the kingdom of Heaven." d Mr. E. P. Jones delivered part of bis tobacco last week"-ttne Richmond loose leaf market. The little child of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Sebastian qt Bouroon died of White Goods. We have just opened a great many new styles of Fancy White Goods in many styles and qualities, all prices from ioc to Soc per yard. We mention a few iust to give you an idea of values. THT0W OUT THE LINE. Give The Kidneys Help And Many Lancas- - People Will Be Happier. 18C 1 1 Three styles of Check Flaxon. will see "Throw Out the Life Line" The kidneys need help. , poison filtered These are genuine Flaxon Linen Pillow Cases. We will offer special values in Pure Linen Hemstitched Pillow Cases at $1.10, $1.35 and $1.55 a pair. Op Several styles of very Sheer Plaid Lawns, equal to any yo" at 15c. 5 p-- .. Plain Flaxonthe regular 20c quality. Auto Cloth for Suits and Skirts-spe- cial value. 1 get the 't out of the, blood. They're getting worse every minute. Will you help them? ' Doan's Kidney Pills have brought They're averworked-can- CI CI p,JJ Q.Pure Linen Pillow Cases with scalloped hems. """jhesg have never been sold under $2 a pair. 12 1 -- 1-- 2 C 34-INC- thousands of kidney sufferers back from the verge of despair. Will cure any form of kidney trouble. 3 5 Pf Pure Linen Pillow Cases handsomely embroidered LUO UNION LINEN WAISTIN- GWORTH 19 cts. H Hp SUITS, DRESSES, CLQAKS, ar SKIRTS AND FURS. - Ulcers, Eating Sores, If you We still have left a good stock of Tailored Suits for Ladies arid Misses Dresses; Itching .Humors, Swellings, Mucus Patches, Bone 'Pains, and will sell them at extremely low prices. B.. Cloaks and other ready-to-weor eruptions, take B. All symptons tanic is made pure and hf1 nuicklv. We do not intend to carry over a single garment if low prices will sell them. As States. completely changing the entire rich, Into a clean, healthy condition, Remember the name Doan's and there is likely to be three months yet of winter, it will pay you to invest. healing every sore and stopping all " other. lm. take aches, pains and itching, curing the Druggists worst case ef blood a few sets of real Mink, Black Lynx and Jap Mink left and rather than We have BUENA Y1STA per large bottle, or by express, Tommy Christopher is visiting in with directioes for home pack these, will sell for much less than their value. Balm sent free by writing Indiana. Ga., Describe your hacve . Thomas Elkin, Danville St., Lancas ter, Ky., says: For many years I' suf fered from kidney complaint. TJitil a year ago I had such severe pains ii the small of my back that I was. hardly able to get aboujt. The ,many feme-die- s 1 tried failed tOjbeip me and on a friend's advice. I procured a box of Doan's Kidney Pills at Frisbie's Drug Store and commenced their use. In a short time I improved and lb was not long before I was restored to good health. I give Doan's Kidney Pills the entire credit for this great change and recommend them highly." For sale by all dealejrs. Price 50 Co,. Buffalo, cents. Foster-Mllbur- n New York, sole agents for the TJnited . Blood Poison. Cared By The Maryel rf-Tfee Ceitay, B. B. B. Tested ForSO Years. TREATMENT FREE, Drives out blood poison in any stage permanently, without deadly mercury with pure botanical ingredients, to prove it we will send you a SAMPLE ples offensive Pim(BoB. Blood-'Balm). Blood body no " - poison. $1.00, . .? cure.. Blood Sam-Di- es Miss Rella Ruble is very sick - diphtheria. , trou- with Co.. Atlanta, aayice given. Ible and free .medical t, B. B. Robertson P2 . Mr. Wm. Christopher is In Lexing ton visiting. . Mrs. Frances Scott of Nlchojasvllle SoldbyP.PFrisbie. i. X BfiO. : demy Friday. Is here'with'relatives. ' Miss Myrtle Ruble closed a success--' 28x2-$1- 2 f ul term of teaching at Brigbt's Aca- 32x3 Plae New Automobile Tires', cheap, not trust made goods. Save you 50 per cent on, tire cost. Any style bead. 60 88 30x3-81- 3 75. 30x31-- 2 817.80, 30x4-821.-7- SO, 34x3 32x4-83.90, 0, a. j ,, -- 31x4 822 00, 34x41-5-831.70, 34x4-826.8- 0, JP-- P &y A Mrs. McCann of Lexington was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. H. S. Chris' "t topher last week. t Mr. Alva Smith add daughter Tom-my- e of'Wolcottltidr have been visit allowing examination. 5 per csat cash, ith, order. . Irig'feiatives here. ' GEYER SALXS'CO. - - .Z . ' "Dayton, Ohio Miss Florence Christopher ,teacher " DunlDpsK $er cent centjees additional. Tubes than 'standard prkfeg. 'TSTo' shoddy goods. Prompt shipments C O. D. Spr -- dls-countr-tor - 2T .VVC"" A. Last Notice i Commissioner's Perfectly Good - Sale sf Land. Grievance ' GAUKAKD LIKCU1T COUUT J II. Kennedy, Guaruiau uf Paul 11. Sowmm "Good afternoon," said the woman with the sharp chjn, who had just walked into the dentist's office with her hat on one side, addressing the man who sat at the desk writing. Before he could do more than look up she had drawn out the chair op- Water Bills and all City Taxes Must Be Paid at Once. You must attend .to this at once and save further cost. If Taxes are not paid by February 1st your property will be advertised for sale. L.E.HERRON, City Marshal. The Feee d That fattens. g Guaranteed 41 per cent protein. Established 1901. Write for prices. y posite and was looking forward earnestly. "I want to say," she bagon, "that Dr. Prlbble, two blocks down the street, may be a particular friend of yours for all I know, but he ought to have his diploma taken away from him and the police ought to shut up his office before more innocent, unsuspecting people get taken in just because he has a smile like a Cheshire cat and looks as though he passed the plate every Sunday, though I don't believe he ever saw the inside of a church, let alone being trusted with any of the money. Though, to be sure, you don't look as though you'd be taken in by that sort of thing and I've no doubt, being In the same line of business, you hate each other like poison and are only too glad to get a " customer away " began the man at the desk "I with his pen still held at a surprised angle of forty-fiv- e degrees. "Just let me tell you what he did to me!" Interrupted the woman with the sharp chin, hitching her chair nearer while her eyes snapped. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, Louisville, Ky. Represented in Lancaster by Hudson & Hughes. HENS 9 to I Oc Chickens 8 to 9cts. Geese 7 to 8cts, Young Roosters 7to8c Ducks 10 to I lets, Eggs, 25cts, Old Roosters 6cts. Just received a car load of your ways! i IHMMm And I must likewise do. And keep a. cheery corner where The skies are always blue. The A's and B'a and E'i and O's Do work that's good and great. But U and Z can do the most To kep this old world straight" Pauline Frances Camp. OW you look out and mind '' If we would teach children 'table manners we can not expect results unless the family table is the school. A few pointers given tq a child before the arrival of company usually ends lit jnortlflcation. for both the mother :nd child, so that the training should come dally. A well laid table and good table manners in children usual ly go together. A little strife is frequently a good method to use when there are sev. eral children, offering some treat or privilege to the one who needs the least correction as to table manners, table. neatness DIRECTORY, orThe charmatofthe well laid table lies a in .the exact precision of its appointLancaster' First and Third Sundays ments. Silver should be placed uniformly. No hit or mlsB arrangement goes, as exactness is the watchword. PreacMi Every ;SMay Knives should be placed at the right of the plate, edge of blade toward the plate, the fork at the left, two Inches "at 7 p. m. from .the edge of the table. Most people would rather have the spoons at Tuesday night 7 p. m. Bible Study. the right? of. the knife than at the top of the piate, as it gives more room ' McKendree1; Second and fourth there for,the. vfater glass at the top of the knife blade, the .butter plate Sunday at 11 a. m. and the napabove the fork, or kin at the left of the forks. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Lay the napkin so that the open fold lies nearest the hand and may be "Wednesday 7 p m Bible Study. picked up and unfolded with the one movement of the hand. The' center of the table should receive first attentlok after the laying of j the jllnen and aUver. A small centerpiece of embroidery or lace with a vase with "a flower, or' something green, growing, addvJo the beauty of a table, and it has been tried and proves In many homes that such little touches la the poorest homes have had a far reaching influence ,in loth man ners and morals. Butter 15 to 16cts. "Turkeys 12 to 15cts. Bi Table 8ervlce. The desirability of careful table for the simplest meals, the best on the market. 20c service, evenoverestimated. A simple can not be placed on a well laid table is At the yard and 21c delivered meal attractive, and no amount of most food however well prepared, will take the place of carelessness in table serv-lo-t. PLUTO COAL B, TBC0TT, DEPOT STREET. Methodist -- mm wL -- -- JR 'Funeral Office Director ' and Embalmer . '' ' Phoneilf ' ' ft&ddence Phone LANCASTER, KY. 3 '- '' ''itfa toallperaoks not to.trespaBS upon '"' ear' lands for any purpose whatever. -' u we ullir'proBecnte all offenders to -- ' The unaenlgnetr neredy, Rive warn "'futleit?WftSitof'tbeUw. fluntersand -- notlfce.--- " T.' FfehshBefcec!aHj-tak- e 'Sqplre B. Parsons Farra. JnoU " W S FerjrMo - Ed & U,Brle W A Price , Herring. ,; . 8 L Bleb , WS'KHlwy i Mrs P W Jinnatrd.T A Elklo w1'' iDate Tboarpwa J W 8Weeney. -.. j Jm Sutton "-- .. t ;un sUtwcc west Jttars jc 'Daniel ?' 1 IF The Caddy's Certificate. certificate of character that wins a boy a position on the golf links very often serves a double purpose. "When, the life of a caddy palls that same certificate is found useful in se curing an office position. Some em plovers do not know what to make of that unusual recommendation. . "What's this?" said one man suspi ciously to the boy who had applied for a situation. "It doesn't say a word about your writing or spelling (or industry; it just states that you can be relied upon as a faithful caddyi What has that got to do with holding a steady Job?" -A whole lot," said the boy. "My Most of the teacher signed that chaps up at the links have certificates of character from their teachers. It a fellow can be depended upon up there, why can't he .be depended upon down here?" That was an argument that fetch-re- d that particularemployer, and it has fetched many 'another" man to whom similar references have been The- pre-'seate- d. ' , " S ! !. Contradictory Afflictions. d JBltlns is 'a Tery sort of fellow, I am told." even-tempere- - , l- "IT. -. L.'HlBrpwB G. ABdersoa) '" J. T. ilr-ia- W. Cooa f HI C Hamilton Q. Y. Conn J, G. Conn ' - ,MBut:he'8 be styled -- an, odd Odd -- A?ot,p, Victim. " "Here is a news "dispatch Fellow' the pipe dream of a ' tat may pips-hitte- r- . ttWw'Dn.W.BurBett.- Iti l.IHm Rieoloss.f&.ysroeUal saotk." 'What's it about?" '"A plumbe Ulaks, ho has solved the following real property, to wit, That certain tract or parcel uf laud lying iu Garrard County, Keutucky uu AND THE the waters of Cupper Creek, aud being same purchased by F. M. Cartel the frum J. M. Nave and M. K. Miller, aud buuuded as follows: Beginning at a poplar ou a branch and near a road corner to F. Morans heirs (now I. W. Walker) thence with same S. 36 W. 27 polt-- to a pin and white oah. corner tu same S. 6 W. 83 poles tu white "I've always gone to Dr. Temmeck uak and hickory ou a small drain corabout my teeth," she rushed on, "him Eight Months forS2.50 ner to same S. 10 E. 139 poles to hicko- Or this paper one year and Daily Courier-Journbeing married to a second cousin of ry aud white oak ou a small dram and mine and needing the money, because near the head of a hollow (uld curner) Subscriptions received at this price only during the month of February. they have six children, and if two of corner to same S, 7 W. 78 poles to two The State and National Campaigns are opening and you want to Jan. 4,1911, 'em hadn't died from scarlet fever white oaks on south side of and a J. A. Amnn, M. O G. C. C. drain (old corner) corner to samenear 38 keep posted on political events. Read the Courier-Journ- al editorials. It was diphtheria my memory's B. H. Tonllnson, Attorney for Plntff no,, S. not a bit of good since I had all this E 84 poles to a white oak on a ridge on And Mr Watterson's letters from Europe will be interesting. point southeast of a round knob (black trouble with Dr. Pribble they'd have oak grove) corner to same N. 51 E. Subscription orders under this offer must NOT be sent to the Cour eight, and what on earth they'd feed crossing asmall drain in a flat at 78 'em on when things cost so much pules in all 126 poles to a dead whiti ier Journal, but to US. breakfast food, too, which is filling T oak on east bluff of a branch of Copper I don't know, so that it's lucky they Creek justabove the forks of a branch lost two. I'd a gone to Dr. Temmeck small chesnut oak pointer (old coruei) this time, only Susie, the next to the not found S 6 E. 5 poles to a white ml oldest girl, got lung trouble and they in a flat near aud jusi. abuve the forks-o- f Gaurard circuit court a branch in Biliutt's line (now Bates) all had to move out west, and land WINTER TOURIST TICKETS knows what I'd have done if Mrs. .Tames I. Hamilton & Others pluillt thence with said line S. 45 W. ciossin. a bianch at 90 pules passiug Bates coi-uLevitt in the flat below hadn't told at 92 pole los'ake aud wtite uas def ts me to go to Dr. Prlbble, she's a nice opeed Mason & others Puisuaut to a judgement of the Gar pointer in all 200 pules lu a stake uu j " woman and all that, but " got in the man at the desk otrdUiicuit Circuit Court rendered in uill side taclug east black uak puplai "I the above styled cauhe at its Novem- aud leaning liickury (old comer) not again, but she swept on . AND ALL SOUTHERN RESORTS fuuud S. 20 E. 82 pules to a 3 black oak com"Every last thing I had the matter ber teim, 1910. the undersigned un a high narrow ridge aud in Conway V ON SALE DAIL.Y mission will on VIA with my teeth," indignantly declared Slue thence with said llueS 45 VV. 86 MONDAY, JANUARY, 23rd, 1911, pules tu a white oak knife marked auu the client, "was an ache in a wisdom blazed and puiuter on east bluff of a tooth and a small filling needed in the tuia Uate being County cuuit Gay lue nouiaui twelve o'ciockuoou pronu of Copper Creek corner tu Hiait next one, for if I ain't a dentist they're my own teeth, and I guess I and two P. M., bell xb puuliu uutcry iu N. 28 W. 83 pules to small hickory on uoor iu LanHunt the court, ought to know better how they feel caster,ufKentucky, House uiglieat auu north edge uf asmall dram (uld cornet) to tbe N.88VV.24 poles a than any one else, if he has got fram- oest biader the luiluwiug real piupet-t- a young black to in stake N.76W.18 t. uak a bottom gum and diplomas so thick on the wall you ed to wit, this property Is located in two poplar pointers N. 56 W. 18 pole.-t- o can't see it, hadn't I?" 'Jar raid County Keutucky. two small white oaks N. 52 E 22 GOOD RETURNING UNTIL MAY 31, 1911. " "Why, if Two seventh, (2-undivided inter- poles to small hickory and black oat FOR FULL PARTICULARS, CALL OH ANY AGENT QUEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, "I knew you'd agree with me!" in- est uf a tiact or mud containing about on south bank of a drain N. 40 W. 20 on WHrrn terrupted the woman with the sharp JU0 acres aud described as follows: On poles tu a duwn white oak uu a drain N H. C. KING. Passenger and Ticket Agent, 101 E. .Main St., LEXINGTON, KY. easy lie Crab Oicuard audc'artersviileruad 58 W. 76 poles tu a stake N. 35i W. 40 chin. "He just thought I was one mile aud a bait from pules to a poplar in a bottom suppuseu and he told me they'd both have to be and aboutSprings, Dripping the interest herein corner tu 11 fatt S. 88 E. 20 to a stake crowned, and me expecting to order ordered sold is the 7 my winter suit the next week and, of est in the following undivided inter S, 83 E 40 pules tu a stake 1 pules described laud from a chestnut white course, if I had to pay for crowns I bounded on the west by the lands ul oak pointer N. 23 E oak ai.d syottea crossing a couldn't. But nobody wants to have Buford Mason ou the south by the ravine at 26 poles lu all 41 pules deep to a her cheeks fall In and there he was muds of Jesse Fox and Eb BeuMey and white oak suag under a point two with his smile and I thought he knew on the north by the lauds of William youug hickories aud white oak now it all, so he crowned 'em and I paid Knuckles and on the east by the Per-Ki- marked as poiutera (old curner) N. 73 laud aud contains about 300 acres. VV 20 pules tu a stake uu east bank ol him on the spot! I suppose you do it way, but I must say of all L'lie purpose uf this sale is iu satisfy a a diaiu N. 78 W. 18 puies to a stake N. the same fifty dullais lebt the filing and sawing and pounding with uf one hundred and six per cent, 47 E. 10 pules lu a wuite uak stump uu interest thereon at. to get two perfectly good teeth ex- per annum, from June 30tb, 1909 un-'.- il suULli sme ot and uear a dram N. 2. E. 44 pules tu a stake near aud bey una cept for the ache and the small filling paid, debt aud interest amounting top uf a bill aud uarruw ridge two needed out of the way I never saw to one hundred and sixtv four dollars cbestuutuak puiutersN.18 W. 20 pules DAY ONLY the like! It was like having a powder uid seven cents($164,07) to date of sale tu tnree wbite uak stumps un a hillmine explode in my mouth, and him lanuarv 23rd, 1911, and costs approxi- side facing north, N. 3u E. 40 pules tu We are pleased to announce our fourth Annual Bargain Subscripand murmurln', 'Just a min- mated $67.35 oi court proceedings for a wuite uak aud small hickory on a thought which judgement has been rendered nil! side facing westS. 80 E. 36 ples tion Day offer. One day each year for the past four years, we have arute, now, Just a I he'd murder me before he got through, in the abovs styled case. The land to a stake uear and wlthm two poles ranged with the Louisville Herald to set aside cne day and to make whole or such part will be sold and I couldn't bite down on 'em nat- will satisfy as aabove jugdgement. as of ttie top of a ridge N 12 E. 32 poles the lacing west N. special price, whereby we culd offer The Central Record and their paper to a stake on a hill-sid-e ural at all, and him saying lt'd he all 78 W 60 poles tu a sycamore and sweet TERMS. right when I got used to 'em! If for less than the regular price of their paper. " broke in the This sale will be made on a credit, of gum ou east bank of a branch line to "WU1 you please VV. S. Walker thence up said brauch Hundreds of our readers take a daily paper as well as ours in ormonths time with interest at. man at the desk with a worried ix per per annum from date of S, 50 E 163 poles te a poplar on east der to keep fully abreast of the news of the world those who do not cent six frown. sale until paid. Said purchaser will bauk of brauch S. 50 E 35 pules to a "And the sewing society met the be required to give bond with approved stake two hickories blazed N, 55 E. 66 should do so. next day," proceeded the woman with security, a lien being retained on said poles to a stake aud gum blazed N. 46 There is no better daily baper, at any price, to be had in the State the sharp chin, emphatically, "and land to secure said paymentsaid bonds E. 96 to the beginniug containing 500 of Kentucky, than The Louisville Daily Herald. It is under a new manwhile, of course, it's for charity, we to have the force and effect o' a judge acres; and being the same tract ut do have the nicest refreshments. You ment upon which execution may Issue land cuuveyed by deed ur P. M. Cartel ager and as good as it has always been; it is better today than ever. and L.J. Carter tu J. L. Brooks In never saw such nut sandwiches as f if same if not paid when due. It is a clean family sheet, allowing no objectionable advertising deed of date April 20, 1898, aud of recMollle Hess makes, though I pity who- Ian. 4, 1911. ord iu the Garrard County clerkV of any kind to be published. ever marries her, because she can't J. A. Amnn, M. C. G. C. C. office in Deed Book No. 14, page 407. a cook another living blessed thing, and R H. Toralinson, Attorney for Plntff. duly certified copy o" which deed I It has Associated Press telegrapic news of the world; it has amusgoodness knows no man wants to live tiled in this action. picing pictures from its own cartoonist every day. splended half-ton- e on nut sandwiches all his life! Well, The purpose of this sale is to satisfy showing local and world events, and a fearless, id epsndent editor with everyone looking at me I bit a debt of one thousand five hundred tures fifty dollars with interest tbereou a ial page, always fair and interesting even to those who differ politically down hard on my sandwich and bit six per cent, per aunumfrum Marcl and I must have a piece of with the editorial opinion. 24th, 1909. until paid, subject tu wrenched my gold crowns, because ur Hf tv dullirs ($50.00) paid Sepcredit The regular price of the Daily Herald is $3 a year by mail, and they both came off, and there I sat tember 25th, 1909: twetit.y dullaif with 'em in my mouth, afraid I'd the regular price of our paper is $1 a year by mail' By a special ar($20.00) paid September 28th, 1909: an. cough and swallow 'em or strangle to Gaurard Circuit Court fifty dollars (350 00) paid January 20 h, rangement we are able to make the wonderful offer of death. pltLs. 1910, Debt and Interest amounting Clell Thomas auu others to one thousand, six hundred seven The Louisville Daily Herald, Rrgular Price 33 00 a Ytnr VS cent "If I was a man I'd go knockthat; Sunmie McQuerry and others def ts drears, and seventv-thre- e d (SI. 607 73) to date of sale, (January Pursuant, to a judgement of the purry smile off Dr. Prlbble's I ace' tf or The Central Record, Regular Price 1.C0. Total $4 00 Circuit Couit rendered in the 23rd. 1911,) and costs approximated keeps, but what's a poor woman to do when her refined instincts won't' above styled cause at its November- $152.67 of court proceedings for erm 1910? the uudersigned cummis- which judgement has been rendered " let her lower herself In the above stvled case. ioner will on "Madam," cried the man at the MONDAY, JANUARY 23rd, 1911. M TERMS. If subscription is received at our office not later than January 30, 1911 . desk, "I "I never want to lay eyes on i him tuis date being Couutv Cuurt Day This sale will be made on a credit ot Positively no subscription will be accepted at less than, the regular price again!" said the woman with the oetweeu the hours uf twelve o'clock six months time, with interest at six P. M., will reut to sharp chin, feeling for her handker- uouii aud twobest bidder, in front the per cent per annum from dale of sair if received in envelope postmarked later than January 30tb. Send U.S. uighestaud oi chief, "and I says to myself, I'll go I ttie Court House door in Lancaster, until paid. Said purchaser will be re- or express money order, bank draft or currency in registered letter. approved seinto the first dentist's office I see Kentucky, the Iollowiug property tu quired to give bond withhave Subscrpitions for either paper may be new or renewal, and will curity, the said bond to the force down the street, for no matter how wit: a judgement, and property is located in Garrard and effect of the property sold, shall date one year from January 30, 1911, or one year from the date at one he is he can't be as bad as poor a This be alien upon and Dr. Pribble, and your sign was the Couuty, Ky.. and is Known iu the divi- execution of flerl facias may issue up- which present subscriptions expire. If you have paid up your subscripsion aud allotment of the lauds of D. on said bond if same Is not paid when first I saw and now, Dr. Stubbs, when tions for our paper, you may send $2 for subscription to The Herald G. Ross as lot uo one, aud bounded as due. can you attend to me?" follows. Beginning at a white oak J. A. Amon. M. C. G. C. C. alone. "I'm not Dr. Stubbs!" shouted the curner to Jacob man at the desk as she Btopped. "Dr. itump, S. 70 W. 40 Poles to aNewland G. C.Bagby, Atty. for plaintiffs. thence stake in Stubbs is out and I was writing a let- Newland's hue, thence S. 10i E. 44 December 31st, 1010. ter while I waited for him to come poles to a stake iu the line of the back. Im Just a personal friend of whole survey, thence E 96 poles The 1911 "World Almanac his and I don't know a tooth from a tu a stake on a hillside near a sugai is the trchwav to a stor?hous? ,of redoorknob. I'm in the automobile bus- tree l.heuceN. 110 poles to a stake in liable information; full detail of th road corner to S D. Carpenter thence t9l0 census and of the most important iness" "Well, all I've got to say," declared N. 691, W. 23 poles to a stake in said and exciting Congressional Election in . the client with Injured dignity, get- road25Carpenter's corner, thence N. "years; 10,000 facts and figures poles to a stake corner to Car- fifty politics, labor, religion, sports, ting to her feet "Is that If you wero about line thence N. 4 E. 4 a gentleman you'd have told me that, penter's a stake in Carpenter's line farm statistics, finance, trade, compoles to merce, insurance, money and banking: inna: sxo." and corner to Newland, thence N. 78i information about our own and all poles to a bunch of willows W. 6 countries, the armies and The Lemgton Herald on a branch near the old tanyard and foreign of the world, Panama Cana' navies Will come back to "you if you spend to said Has announced it's usail January cornerpoles Newland, thence S. 14 aerial navigation, growth of the Unitec W. 24 to a stake in said branch, States, universities and colleges; posU bargan offer of $5.00 per year", if paid thence S. 48. W. 15 poles to a is gone forever if stake in it at home. laws and naturalization in advance on or before January 15th. branch, near a locust, thence S. Information, for voting; Constitution qualifications This applies to all new subscribers and 8, E..47 poles to the beginning, conyou send it to the Mail Order of United States, population of largest those subscribers who are paid to Jan- taining 631-- 2 acres. cities of the earth, of too largest cities uary 1st 1911, or who will pay all ar.in United States, of all United Stales TERMS House. A glance through our adfact thej rears to that date at the regular rate Said rental will be on a eredlt of cities of 5,000 or more;tenInvou some-- . I9it World Almanac will of 50c per month. Mall subscriptions twelve months and the purchaser will thine about everything and everything vertising columns "will give you an be required to give bond with approvto Price 25Ci fcnn i rreit manv things hnntrttnres fwest of Buffalo and The Lexington Herald Co., ed security bearing six per cent inter e8t,from date of rental, until paid, pay nittsburr 3ot. bv mall 35c. Address t idea where will buy ' moat. "(Incorporated) , lame on ine, nrs& nay uunuuary vw Nw IWi. Ltilugtoo, Kjr, to xm UwHn' 1-- Plaintiff VS Paul H. Bowman Defendant Pursuant to a judgement, of the Garrard Circuit Court, rendered in the above styled cause at its November term, 1910, the undersigned cumin v ill on MONDAY, JANUABY 23rd, 1911, ihiauay being Cuuuiy Uourb Day, the uuurs or twelve o'cluck. uuou ana two P. M., sell at public out cry hi irouiol the Uuuri House dour iu Lancaster, Kentucky, to ilie iiigu-eaua best, biauer ttie ruiiowing leal property, to wit, Tuls property is located in Garrard County, Keutucky, ou the waters uf Drake's Creek aud is bounded us follows: beginning at a point on or near the middle of ttie Crab Orchard road corner to E Hammack, ibeuce N, 491 W. 17.07 chains to a stake near a iu cust S. (55 W. 4.71 chains to a point iu a drain and iu line te said Hammack 16 links from a black walnut poiuter, a new corner, thence a new Hoe S. 49J .20.85 chains to the middle of the aforesaid road a new corner, thence with the middle and the meanders of said road N. 26 E. 1.66 chains N. 12 E 3 chains to the beirinninir. contain ing 7 2 acres, TEBMS. The said sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security bearing six per cent interest from date of sale with a lien retained on the land to secure the payment, of thp pupchase money, said bond to have the force and effect of a judgement upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity. be-Lvv- land in a careful and husband like manner and return same at the end of. ' t lie year in as gw d repair hs when usual and tear and una voidable accidfnt excepted. Seeding, purposes reserved tor ine purpose m seeding in the fall of 1911. A .writ of poseiun for the possession of said land is ordered to issue upon the application of the said commissoin for the possession of said land. Jan. 4th, 1911. J. A. Amon, M. C. G. C. C. R. H. Tomliuson, Attorney for Plntff. rd, wi-a- r Commissioner's Sale Garr, Scott & Co., VS J H. Brooxs, FEBRUARY BARGAINS. DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L Garrard Circuit Court st Plaiullff Defendants et al, ONE-HAL- F Pursuant to a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Cuurt rendered in the abuve styled cause at its November term, 1910, The undersigned Commis If you will bring or send us your subscription during the month of Febsioner will on ruary we will send you MONDAY, JANUARY 23, 1911, this day being Couuty Couit Day, between the hours uf twelve o'clock noon aud two o'clock, P. M.,sell at public outcry in front of the court house door in Lancaster, Kentucky, to the highest aud best bidder the AT PRICE The Central Record ONE YEAR Daily Courier - Journal Four Months for only $1.75 al Commissioner's Sale f Land. er FLORIDA eu w y, 7) 2-- THE CENTRAL RECORD us Bargain Subscription Offer. QNE JANUARY 30th, 1911 -- min-ute- !' nut-shel- l, Commissioner's Rental if Land. Gai-rar- 1 BOTH FOR $2.75 8-- 10 The Central Record YOUR, DOLLAR It 63f-W- 4-- 10 r 6-- 10 it tht iTh wnUr viUlU reuln4 Y,k-Worl- d. M-- 4 Jl2. 2 9f,frl-,- L 5. . , f5$:. CT T ' - T ' Last Call. On Ladies' Tailored Suits-. AkJ J Coats and Skirts and the few remaining numbers in our stock must move. We offer our P J $35. and 40. Suits tor $14.98 $25.00 Suits can be had for $10.98. The few coats we have left may be obtained at very low prices. This is an opportunity to purchase your winter wearing apparel at prices most reasonable. I THE JOSEPH it STYLE 1 LEADERS j i -- ERCANTILE CO iBirlfefSSw Ii mmMmmrnmMM& Do you enjoy a Ar-n- I ) 1 1 here and wiUcccupi the cottage vacated bv Mrs Dolly Brown. 1 Mrs. A. F. Sandrs is quite ill of doub'e pneumot ia Mr. Acey of Stanford was a visitor in Lancaster Sunday. A Brief Mention of the Comings and Mi-- s Minnip Brown left Wednesday Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In. for and Lexington M s Frances O'Brien of Lawrpnce-hur- g Mrs. Minerva M jssis in Bryan'hviMe Ind, in viiitlng the Misses G II. TUitiii friends Viis Lucile Lackey of L'wr GarraW. D. Walker was i i W lmore the rd is with her cousin M ss Jennie past, week cm tiusint-ss-. Lackey Elder F. M Piiider was in Lexinn-to- n Miss Brunet'e Arnnl I has returned Munddv mi businebs. fiom a ylsit to her brother Mr H B. M'hs Bessie Gully leaves next, week Arnold in Paris. fur (he Not mai School in Richmond. Mrs. C C. Brown left Monday for a Mis- - Finnitt Tinder left this week visa to her ulster MissAbble Taylor t.i matriculate at. H;imilt,on College, M Washington City. Lexington. Louis Francis Walker, the handsome Miss EUa Thompson, of Danvi.le, ! tittle son of M .aud M. A K. Walk-e- r, is ill of pneum 'iiia. hereTora vilt t her c usin, Mis HhI ie Biuwn. The Preshvt'Mlan Missionary Society met. Mrnday afternoon at the home Mr John B. Nevius of Lebanon June Inn, liris heeti with Mr. and Mrs. or V) rs. Fred P. Frisbie. R H. Uat.son. ML S He MarrsSparks, a pretty Mi.ns Martha home, fmni lne Nit'.hnlHsviile girl, is visi'.iig 8 visit to tier sister Mrs Jesse ArnoM, .Miss M.ruurite Ki inaird or Frankfurt. M s. B. F. Hudson is cuiifi ted to her room by an attack of iheiiiiiatim, - with Mrs Folder of S 'inprsel her dauuhter Mrs. Charley llamm for sev-ei- iiuu'h t'i the regret of her friends days visit Mrs. Ruhett Nance and little (.laughMks Frances O'Brjan of Lawrenre-burter Dorarhy liave returned to their MaInd., is ihectiestof Mbses home in Souora after a visit to Garltha and Hfieu Gill. rard friends. Miss Sue Anna Lear Is in Lexingi a Club met. Wednesday The ton visit 1. 1: her cousins Misses afternoon at. the Christian church Anna Wuolfolk. Mrs. R. E. McRnbnrtH leading, .the Miss Callie Adams has returned su being "The Noiman Period of from a pleasant stay with relatives lu English History. Fraukfort and Lexington. Miss Lucy Walker Dntv entertained Mr. and Mrs. Kiunaird Warner, of at a chnfinir riih lunch Thursday evStanford, have been recent guests of ening t her hom in honor of Mists Mr. aud Mrs. J B. Bourue. Fannie Tlndpr, Sue Anua Lear and Mr. James Herring, of Danville, SueSbelbv Mausn. spent seveial days t he past week with Miss Minerva Cox entertained quite friends aud lelalivesiu Garrard. a number of friends last Friday evenMis. Henry Simpson was hostess of ing. Delightful refreshments were "The Embroidery Circle" on last Fri- served in courses and Miss Cox proved day at her home on Uichmond street. herself an ideal hostess. Miss Minnie Walsh has been absent A Jackson and Lee M moral service from her music class at the high was held by the Mary Wilker Price school for several days because of sick- Chapter of theTJ. D. U. Thursday af ness. n at the home of Miss Mary Miss Nora Clark, one of the popular Doty. A must interesting program operators at the telephone exchange, was given. spent Sunday with her home folks iu John W. Walker is In St Joseph's the country. hospital in Lebanon where he underMiss Elizabeth Lay left last week went a successful operation on last fur her home Id Lincoln county, after Saturday. He Is very much better a protracted stay with her aunt, Mrs. and hopes to return home within j couple of weeks. J, M, Acton. Mrs Horace K. Herndnn will ent.r-tii- n Miss SdliieE.kin left this mori.iiiK this Fridav afternoon for Misses instead of last week for Cincinnati where she will take a special course lu Martha and Helen G'l''s guest. Miss KrancesO Brienof Lawrmiceburg Ind. china painting A most appetizing m-was arranged Mr and Mrs. James A. Etovston for the guests, have moved to betr new home on Lex M . Charles E. Rankin the well iiigion street thty recently bought of known young mu.e rarler has returnBen D. (Ierudou. ed from a two months si j'lUrn in AtMrs. Clara Pra her, the efficieut asand other Georgia cities where sistant to Postmaster West, has been lanta he has been extendi velv engaged in absent rrom her duties this week ac- handling Kentucky mules. count of sicKiiess. Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Amnn pave a Miss Lucy Walker Doty has returnsumptuous dinner on Sunday at their ed from a visit io her sisters, hospitable home to a Dumber of E1. Smitli and George Boure friends. The occasion was to celegatd, of Richmond. brate the Doctor's birthday but at Missiou study was the subject dis- present bis age will not be revealed. cussed by the Circle Girls Tuesday Miss Pat zy Klnnaird and brother, evening where they met at the home Robert, were "A r Hmp" to quite a of Mr. Guy Davidson. number of their vout'iful frleuds and Mrs. Wilkerson and daughters of school-mate- s on Friday evening. Stanford have joined Mr. Wilkerstn Games were indulged in. ard a most Gossip About FcOpiC NNV delicious recast served to the manv guests. Enquire J. P. Bourne who has been qui'.esick is improving, Mr and Mrs J. R. Henderson spent Wednesday with their daughter, Mrs S. B Jennings. Misses YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, MMMimmMm pleasentsmoke? If so, stop and try a Black and White See the new veils at M s Rella Is Nicli'-Iasvill- e Lettie and .Linda Jennings once, I need the money. Miss Rella have returned home after a visit to Arnold. their grand parents, Mr and Mrs J. R. Henderson, Lost One day last week a gold MrJas. Robinson, one of th oldest louki t and chain, ini'itl C. L. Mrs. and most prominent farmers of the Hubble section, who has been sick for a few weeks is very much improved. Mr. R. L. Eli'i one of Lane islet's will remost turn Saturday from a three weeks outing in In company with party from Atlanta headed by Dr. W S. Elkln he has been hunting and listing along the Floiida coast and if t histories ttld in his lei tens home are am indication he will have some tnir.cn-lou- s tales to tell when he returns. About forty young women enjoyed them selves at an entertainment given by the Misses Gill Tuesday afler-noo- u in honor of their atti active :uesi Mis Frances O'Brien of Lawrencebuiu Ind The refreshing's were very pleasing and the beau iful home was artist.ic.il-lThese two popu'ar decorated young lidies proved tnemselves id-- a hostesses and many were the compliments passed on the guest of honor At the recent entertainment of the Embroidery Club by Mrs. F. P Frisbie a most enjoyable afiernuon wa spent by the iudustiial ciicle and y dainty luncheon setved A unique feature arranged by the intellectual young hostess was an 'ioi'ial contest" in which the entire membeiship par tlcipated and which greatly added ti of the assemhlaup. the Mrs. S, C, Dciiny was awarded the prize, a handsome hat pin. enthu-iisiicspoitsme- Piease call and pay your account at Lawrence. Wiiite Oak, House moving and raising. Best references. Phone or write, J. H. Baldwin, BETSY'S POINTERS E2j Kzzzz:?mmxmm 5c Cigar. S1-.A. D TVn. TmltnAAA 9i ip n Fl-nid- splendid Wife" you always show time ago, a nice large rug. Owner such good sence in buying a new can have same by paying for this Gingham. Where did you get it? notice and pro"ing property. J. S. and I was pleased to tell him I dealj Sar'fer at Haselden store. with R. S. BROWN. Gentlemen: Salesmen wanted to look after our interest in Garrard and adjacent counties. Salary or Commission. Address Lincoln Oil At Co., Cleveland, 0. Lincoln Oil Co. It. -2t My idea of satisfaction is to have the Old Man say "That is certainly Found on Lexington street some Datni'lp Kv 1204tpd 1 McRoberts Drug Store. HIGH PRICES I INSURED The YOUR TOBACCO BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH y is- m-tn- cl Subscribe for SHELBURNE WAREHOUSE HIGH PRICES. Record LEADS LEXINGTON Tobacco Warehouse. January Uth 1911, BEAZLEY HASElDEfl Phone 31. Office, National Bank of Lancaster. u. IN On Wednesday the Lexington Tobacco Warehouse for Mr. John Steele of Jessamine County, a crop of tobacco as follows: Lbs. Pi ice. 610 570 375 380 500 575 545 686 150 t fM I'lII I 1 11 1'1'llHilUIHMMI !' 11111 II 1 1 1 I W-ima- 1 Mai-lireta- ud Thirty Cents, Highest Figure For Season, sold It is your fault if you are not using Is Paid For Garrard Tobacco. j-- ct Shelburne's Warehouse is still in the lead for high prices. Their last sale of over eleven hundred baskets lasted over six hours, closing at two aciock in the afternoon. Mr and Mrs. W I. Williams and The best crop came from B. L. Kel-le-y children and Mrs Henry ( lay Jem -of Garrard County, and sold as iugs who left Lancaster last, week t" follows: , reside in Tulsa Okiahomaspentaiiigi t PounoVT enj-ijmep- at at t 1 at at at at at at at 818.75 18.50 20 00 Glen Lily or White House jj J8 10 17.00 17.50 15.50 14.00 ,12.00 4,495 ter-noo- with Mis. Lee and day i i St. Cox-ansister and Miss Bessie Bush for mer Lancastrians where they were entertained most royally. These woi thy citizens wrote they are pleased with-thprospects at their new home, and warm hospitality extended them. They were accompanied to their Western destination by many good wishes from relatives and friends here in their "Old Kentucky Homp." s d 170 e nu 1 Mes-dame- -. MrLMRMMmi&M&M&M&: HjSHJrHlllJrl iBMailriffinarriUinsrlfT Saves Two lives. , "Neither tuv sister nor myself might I if it had not been for living 'Dr.King's New Discovery" writes A I). McDonald of Fayotteville, N ('., R F. D. No. 8, "for we both had frightful coughs that no other remedy could help. We were told my sister had con sumption, She was very weak. and Price Lbs had niuht sweats but. your wonderful crop. 80 at 828 00 medicine completely cured us bold. 17 25 245 at UNION " It's the best I ever used or heard of 100 at 13.75 For sore lungs, coughs, colds, hemor18.45 Clay Burnside's, (colored) wife died 425 pounds; average hay fever, rhage, lagnppe. asthma, Tbemarket was very strong and accroup, whooping cough, all bronchial ast, week. tive all the week, notnitbtandlngjin-usuall- y supreme. Ttiil notUe troubles, its Mrs. George Beasley was the guest of heavy receipts. Prices were free 50c and $1 00 Guaranteed by R. Eph Hammack Saturday. well maintained on our floor as we look lm. E. Mti Roberts & Son. Mr and Mrs Tlvey Pointer are personally after every basket sold and over the arrival of a boy baby, As Executrix of the estate of Miss bid on it until it has reached to markMr. Harrison GafEney and Miss Ida et prices. Rhoda Lunsford, I will on Court Day at one o'clock P, M January 23rd 1911. Chadwell eloped to Jellico and were Mr. J. N. Gibbons is our auctioneer in front of the court house in Lancas- manied last week. j and has been on tbe Burley 'Loose Leaf of Point Leav Markets longer tban any auctioneer In Miss S'ella ter Ky. sell the following bank stock: Four shares in the Naiiinal Bank el visited her aunt M'S Mini ie Mason tbe state. He knows tbe value of toand fifteen shares in The Citizens Nat- Saturday and Sunday. bacco aud starts it well up and never ional Bank of Lancaster Ey. Mr Ebb Scott, and Mr, Morgan of looses a bid. Just watch us sell ltl Mat'tie V. KIrby, Executrix. Our splendid fireproof warehouse is Flatwoods were in this neighborhood lighted entirely from skylights with last week buying h"s. no side windows to produce tbe confus log croos- - light that buyers so much Solves A Deep Mystery. to-da- y, 120 Pounds 130 Pounds 220 Pounds 180 Pounds 175 Pounds 120 Pounds 425 at 812.00 575 at 13.75 315 Pounds 550 at 14 75 225 Pounds 595 at 9. 50 480 Pounds 195 at 8. 75 50 Pounds 760 at 13.75 220 Pounds 815 at 12.25 585 at 35 Pounds ' 15.50 :.. 645 at 17.25 ...-..225 Pounds .$12.25 550 at 11.75 200 Pounds $15.25 6,055 pounds: average 13.54 5 Pounds $ 9.75 A small fancy crop belonging to J. U, 260 Pounds $8.75 Milton of Anderson County sold as fol Average $20.52 for the entire lows:- - $30.00 $30.00 $29.00 $28.00 $25.00 $20.00 $22.00 $17.00 $16.50 $15.50 $18.75 $13.25 $14.50 817.10 pounds; aNeraRe ., can be readily seen thafT these are It no fake sales of small lotrffbut a genuine, legitimate sal4ofan entire crop lot of good parcels. JyOn the same day the ''Lexington" made a sale of red crop for Mr Ed Million, of White Ball Madison Co. as follows:- Price. Lbs. PLOUE. It's the BEST and it is made in your city by t Garrard Milling Company. PHONE 47. -- llllllllllllllMlll'in"', THE 5 .t: (O Lancaster; Kektccxy. ' . .. I O National Bank Of QQ Lancaster. ) CO C Q ; Capital $50,000. A. K. DESNY, SrplwJ25,000 y U cd o & PrcildiBt. J J. 1. STOIMtt, C 2. "" Q O - : " ' sC; DISIT, CtiWir TT Xook-kwjxr Prw'l 3 J P Boblnson, As't Caih'r BTXmbry, . DUUBCTOB: ; ' " . (jj CO Q Sam'l D Coebran; Alex B Dfftsy,. AC BoblDBOD, C Denny. J L QUI. John V.&UiH, 8.Q. n Dr. M;U Elliott Flam-mac- Writins: Out A PLEASE CALL AND PAY YOUR iB H- i ii u r-- !I n Tiii AiidiDiGid i j i u I J i iiii7 lfi f lUJJJ. JJIUU T i i i j lii msbmiMmEWB&SMMimMm sssmmmmsmmimm i '1 want to thank you from the bottom of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Ya; "for the wonderful double benefit, I got from Electric Bitters, ir; curing me of both a m severe case of stoinnch trouble and of rheumatism, from which I had been an almost helpless sufferer for ten m yearF. It suited my case as though made just for me," For dyspepsia, indigestion and to rid the sys(Mb? tem of kid on v poisons that causes rheumatism, Electric Bitters has no equ-Try them. Every bottle is guar anteed to satisfy. Only 50c at R. E. MoRoberts &'Boa. lm. LEXQKTON & i 1. dread. Our stables are not in wet muddy basement but are tbe best in town and are kept dry and clean and well bedded all tbe time. Our system of paying off as we sell and not keeping our customers waiting until after ine entire sale, Is very satisfactory to the farmers as they get their checks as soon as their last parcel is Bold. Our force in every department Is thoroughly competent and will see that no interest of our patrons i neglected. Come right on to tbe "Lexington" aud you will always be 8htisfled. Tour Friends Truly, TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Check commands a lot more respect tban count-vlirtoutWcash.- " i jZ you pay by checks drawn. wroThe Gaxxaid Basr & Trust Co. Open an dccoantlpere.aaaytry it foe a wmie acticm We warrant you'll not be sorry for Zt have probably motk-dtnfact yourself. Tcttll staiiA4 higher io the community if -- at Ir . ri X . yar CO. lafitev 51 i ynrfftf ! .V . m J w J r '.....' jaj&gQtncti it. jri . "L -- t . We GordiaIy Invite TO SELL YOUR TOBACCO WITH We feel I Farm and Stock. H O. Arnold bought 54110 lb. . .................. .. cooocesoeooos ooeiuogoouguucooaKuy stoats of Clarence Green for 8 cents. TRYING TO BE OBLIGING FARMER'S COLUMN ( below this heading Is foV'the exclusive use of our fanner snbscrlersand is for the sale of stock, grain and ,uchthiugs on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted; over four lines, and will be onlin two iavaes of the Rkcobd, free of charge v r ooooooooooooooocoooooooo 1I mubchh1 Bright & Fox bought 11 mules 4 to 6 years old at Mt Sterling court at an average cost of 8206 ujuwuunuuMuguguioooooooc' US. 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 evi-den- ce -- of this is that our Average has been better per hundred than any other house in Danville. We charge nothing for rejections. Your tobacco is insured the minute it gets into our doors, and your check is ready for you in thirty minutes after the sale is over. Sales will be held everyday except Saturday during the season. Write us for information. DANVIbfeE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. INCORPORATED. Tobacco Growers flTTENTION! The loose floor sale at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse on Perry ville 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 class and weight of hogs sion that gratuitous helpfulness Isn't from J. Q. Mahan for 11 per pound. well, Isn't appreciated." "Oh, did you just find that out?" The few days of warm weather last her wett caused the wheat to brighten up gained this brother. "How have you knowledge?" and look much better The acreage Is "This morning," began Miss Belinsmall in this county, but It Is looking da, "when I was putting so many of fairly well for this time of year. our things away for the winter, it occurred to me several of our beAt Klnnalrd Bourne's sale near longings mightthat enjoyed by some of be Hubble last week seven yearling mules our neighbors, who seem to have so bmugnt 8706 , one pair mules, three little to make their lives bright It years old 8350. one three vear old mare seemed to me, for instance, that It 8230.. milk cows 820. to 836.. sheep would be a pity to leave my reading 85.10 to 85.80 and hogs sold by the head lamp locked up here all winter when It might make the long evenings at averaged about tnn cents per pund. the Dodds' more cheerful. So I had Mr B. L. Kelly sold about 4,000 lbs. Mattle fill and clean it and then I carof tobacco on the loose leaf market in ried it up the hill to the farmhouse Lexington last week for an average of myself and offered it to Mrs. Dodd. 21.51 cents per pound. As Mr. Kelly " 'Well, she said, 'of course if you'd is one of the best handlers of tobacco like to leave it here for safe keeping, in the county, this is proof of the the- you can, Just as well as not. It won't ory advanced by the Record that it look bad on the center table In the pays to handle your tobacco carefully. parlor and anyway we shut up that room in cold weather.' W. B. Burton bought of Cawood & " 'But I wish you to have the use of Thompson of North Middleton 14 It,' I explained. " 'Oh, I don't set any store by those mules 4 to 6 years old for $2950 00, of Clark & McClintock of Paris twelve big fancy lamps they burn too much mules 4 to 0 years old for $2250 and 15 oil,' she answered, as she opened the mules of same age at Mt. Sterling door of the sepulchral parlor and set the court foi 8190.00 per head. Mr. Bur- nextdespised object on the center table to the photograph album." ton shipped last wek to the Wilson "Did you leave it there?" asked Ben. Livestock Co,, Wilson, N. C, a car "Yes, for I hadn't the courage to load of mules which cost him 8187.50 say that, as she didn't like It, I'd take per head, and another load to the It home." "Probably she's reading by Its Name firm Thursday, the latter load bright refulgence at thi3 moment" casting him $200.00 per head. long-deferre- Before n. blazing Are Miss Belinda Cook & Elkln shipped last week to Don't loose your reliirinn by Shavelng Atlahta, Ga., a car of 26 mules for and her brother were passing their ourself on Sunday but get shaved which they paid on an.average of 181.00 last evening of the season in their the Saturday before atthfi nld rpliahlp. summer home. Miss Belinda, smiling per head. a little wistfully at her own thoughts, For Sale.' --A fine Jersey cow and barber shop. calf. A. W. Kavanaugb. Luther Gibbs bought or Garfield watched the leaping flames. HENRY DUNCAN'S "Bn,w she said, "without being tha Gay lb. stcck shoats and 9 of for SAtE: Two fresh cows Bright Barber Shop ox Richmond toast cynical, I've come to the conclusame 11-1- ATTENTION! t the Herring. street. For Sale. hay. J. N.-Ros- 15ff bales of clover Phone 112 f. 5U0 Jersey Bull Heniy Simpson 8842 Season 1910. d For Sale. hay baie. or good tinv-tli- y Thomas Siavln, R. F. D. No. 2, Paint Lick. jKv. tons roosters for sale at $1.00 apiece Mrs K. M. Robinson, For Sale. Pure bred For Sale. Buff Orping. Ky. J. W. H. SWEENEY. d. TINSLEY, PHONE wo bi A large stalk field wirh straw stacks on it, almu 65 teres. Alho have six go d mules foi 'trie, ages from 3 to 5 and up from 15 o 16 hands high. Ky 13 J. B Leavell, County Surveyor. OBlce over F. G. Brj-antsvil- le, Hart s furniture store. sheep, 2 black and 11 Lancaster, Kentucky. white, were last seen on Lexington pike four miles from town. Finder tutify me at my expense. G H Rubles, Buena Vista, Ky , Nicholasville Phone 92 F. A. Lost, Between the depot and LOWELL, KENTUCKY. square Saturday January seventh, a Get him to cry your sales. buggy rug. Black on one side and Best of references. picture of deer on other.- - Return to S, H. Estes or Sheriff BalUrd and receive reward. Lost. "W. -- a, T. ta c tione ei? kin HARKSBUKY. Mr. G. C: Cable and wife are ?isltig in Brnadbead. Mr. T. D Chesnut will leave in a few . 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. Experienc-e- d men in charge of all departments to guard your interest. Our advice, as is the advice of all tobacco warehouses, is that you place your tobacco upon the market as soon as it has been stripped. It weighs more then and you save the cost of extra hauling and get the use of your money. The People's Warehouse has the capacity to accommodate fifty loads of tobacco at one time and ample room, for a hundred head of horses. Remember the location Perry ville street, immediately east of Apropos of the present tobacco we publish below a list of the increase iu the earnings of the American Tobacco Co., for the past six years as well as the capitalization of the subsidiary companies of the Tobacco Trust: Increase of dividends to shareholders of American Tobacco aai-tatu- m laughed Beu. "I determined not to be discouraged," proceeded Miss Belinda, "so I took the basketful of magazines I had fathered together for the Stewarts over to their place. I met Mr. Stew- art at the gate. "'I thought perhaps On., Y-a- stock. r. the Queen and Crescent Railway. Col. I. M. Dunn is the auctioneer who sells 1910 1909 19''8 1907 1906 Bate Per Cent. AmtPald 40 816,096,960 35 14,084,840 32 13 078,780 25 10,069;600 22 9,054540 20 8,048,480 175 870,424,200 at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse; he has had twenty-fiv- e 1905 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 Total market Capitalization Pref. Stock Com. Stock. Am. Tob. Co., $80,000,000 Am. Snuff Co., 12,500,000 Am Cigar Co., 10,000.000 Am. Stogie Co., 976.000 8100,000,000 12 500,000 10,000 000 11.000,000 Hava.Tob. Co. 5,000 000 30,000.000 Brit A m Tob Co 30 000,000 10.000.000 Luill-trCo. 2,000.000 3,000,000 Un. ( igar Stores 750,000 1,250,000 d PEOPLES' TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Phone No 50. DAVE ROSS, Solicitor in Garrard County. i CO. SHH Incorporated. il i DANVILLE, KY. iHS HiS l HURR Bring your Tobacco to the . Hurry. Hurry. Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Co Near L&N Y! 12, Totals. .. 8141 226 000 8177,750,000 Peoples Tobacco Warehouse. At Danville Ky. " 1 never read anything myself,' he replied, 'except the weekly paper. I poe maybe the boyB will look over then magazines after the fall work Is 4one. But I don't think much of having a lot of reading stuff in the house. It's liable to take up the time the boys ought to give to their regular chores.' "I humbly suggested that the boys must have some leisure on rainy days and winter evenings, and he said I could leave the magazines if I wanted to. I saw Miss Stewart when I went Into the house to avail myself of this gracious permission, and I asked her If she wouldn't like the use of my sewing machine during the winter. When I went to her 'quilting' last spring I saw what an old thrashing machine hers Is." " 'No, thank you, Miss Belinda,' she said. Tve used our machine ever since I came here to keep house for my brother and the boys and I wouldn't know how to make their shirts on any other kind. You're real kind, but It would be an awful bother for me to learn the tricks of a newfangled machine.'" r, toys would enjoy some light reading," t said. you and the davs for Clearwater; Fla. Mrs. J. W HefuS. of L panon is the guest of Mrs. J. tfc Turner. Mr Jonah Marcee made a business trip to Stanfordfew days ago. Rev. Mahan i will preach at the church next Sunday at eleven o'clock. Mr. White Marcee has moved to the house on the farm of Mr. 2foah Marcee. Miss Judy Isonand brother of Letch erare visiting their sister Mrs, Kelly Hogg Glassei fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician M. K. Denny, 4frf& DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. H. J. PATRICK, All WorK Will Doolin bought of George Allen a bunch of 100 pound shoats at seven Dentist. Guaranteed.' cents. Mr. B. K. Swope of Hugtonville has moved to the farm owned by W. C. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Greening. j flRev. Kimbal of Crab Orchard preach ed a fine sermon at the church Sunday : morning. Offiice over Logan's store. J. W, Woods of Lexington was here a few days last week the guest of L Residence Phone Tj. Office Phone 6. D. Chesnut. Mr. C.eveland Rose has' moved to a farm near Richmond which be rented ft . sometime ago. William Doolin sold a lot of baled of QUALITY. hay to Banks Hudson for sixty-fift- y cents delivered. Mr. Herbert Brooks, of Brvantsvilie and family have moved to Mr. John DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. P bin . n Mowers 1 iware ivicKoberts. Depot. We are in a position to take care of you day or night and will also take care of your stock FREE OF CHARGE. prices received at our sales last week. Jas Friend's tobacco brought 24c, QlA, TV, 10.2 30c, Competent men-t- handle your tobacco'and plenty of buyers always on hand. Give us a trial and be, convinced. o W-- Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Company. Near b. & N. Depot. Richmond, K?ntuclv). y Last Notice TO i- 111 A PAYERS "She's a dear old stand-patteOfferings in this market has been isn't she?" said Ben. liberal this week, the Peoples To "Yes, and I didn't mind her refusal bacco Warehouse having sold one at all, but I was quite angry for a half million pounds at four to tvven moment at Mrs. Merton's way of delarge ty cents a pound. The clean bright clining Ia thoughtpackage of macaroni, which she'd like, for one tobacco is selling as high as last day, when I kept her to lunch she ate season. The common and unde- - some with great relish. " know it's script kind is holding its own. lage'I groceries,' not for sale in the TilI said by way of exThe competition on this being planation, as I gave It to her. " "Not much would be sold If It was strong up to a certain point. 'We she remarked, 'for it ain't good withhave now seven buyers in our mar- out cheese, is it?' ket every day. The following Gar'"Most people like it cooked with rard County crops were sold on heese,' I admitted, meekly. "'Well,' she said, 'it would cost our breaks this week. Umphry more than it would come to me Temples, Mrs. Annie Stone, M. D. to try to use It, for cheese is for expenTurner, H. Y. Pointer, Berchel & sive, and I ain't one of the extrava" Walker, A. C, Arnold, B. F. Broad-du- s, gant kind.' "This day's experiences ought to Luther Raney, A. R, Naylor, G, make you happier," remarked Ben. T. Rogers, Broaddu-- & Hurt, K. N. "You have found our neighbors around Walker, Tom Yantis, Sim Wheeler, here content with what they have and certainly contentment Is worth a great John Wheeler, Rube Wheeler, T. deal more than any modern convenPrewitt, Jack Simpson, Guy David- iences, periodical literature or foreign son, Earle Farra. The house is not food products. Isn't that so?" "Yes, I suppose so," reluctantly blockaded but is open at all hours. agreed Miss Belinda, "but I wanted the fun of helping." Artistic Temperament "Hamlet seemed to speak with au- Mrs. Barlow Brings Tommy to Tears. "The camel," answered Mr. Barlow, thority in his advice to the players." "Is chiefly found in those burning cli"Yes," replied Mr. Stormington Barnes, "although he was rather quiet mates which you have heard deand patient But in his other scenes scribed. His height is very great, to 14 or 15 feet, reckoning to the he was as nervous and irascible as a top of his head; his legs are long and regular stage manager." slender, his body not large, and his neck of amazing length. This animal LIVE STOCK MARKET. Is found In no part of the world that wo are acquainted with, wild or free; C3NCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, but the whole race Is enslaved by Jan. IS. Bogs Sheep man and brought up to drudgery Cattle from Receipts 617 3265 407 the first moment of .their existence." Shipments 40 801 51 Here the interest and concern which CATTLE: Shipper $5 40 8 35 had been long visible in Tommy's face Batcher eteera extra h05fi00 could no longer be repressed, and Good to choice 4 756 05 tears began to trickle down his face. Common to fair 3 75 4 65 Prom "Sanford and Merton." HelferB. extra 650 6 75 Good to choloe 4 755S5 s ria-lsus Prewitt's place! Mr. Jake Carpenter of VersalliesjQis Hughes & Swinebroad the guest of Mrs. Noah Marcee and Mr. Jim Turner. REAL ESTATE. Mr. Villa Speaks of Stanford was the week end guest of his brother, Sell Farms on low Commission. Mr Robert Speaks. Titles Abstracted. Phone 221. Mr. David Jenkins has returned to Georgetown after spending seyeral Dr. days with his father; C. M. Jenkins. Mr. D. H, Hill and Mrs. Pig of Hlattsyllle were untied in manage Physican and Surgeon at the home of the bride at Kirksvllle. Office Danville street. Mr, and Mrs. Jim Turner entertain Office Phone 89 ed at dinner in honor of the bride and Residence Phone 9. J. 6. Kinnaird, groom Mr. aud Mrs Bradely Durham. Mrs John Prewitt entertained at his home a few evenings ago Miss Nora Clark and Mi. and Mrs. P. F. Call and see us for a good V Hair Cut and Clean Shave. If you do not pay your TAXES by FEBRUARY 1 st your property will bje advertised for Sale in The Cows, extra Good to choice Common to fair Common to fair Canners Balls, balognas ,.. Ixtra Fat bulls., CALVES: Central Record ti Save yourself this embarrassment and save Jme this trouble. NJft&SL,,. -- extra Zj .i MV -- - .. . GEO T. BftLLftRD, J T Sheriff 0. 6. U - Fair to good Common and large - .. hogs : good packers and butchers Mixed packers ...... 81598 9fi Stags 6 80fl 75 Common to Choloe heavy fat sows. 6 50 7 75 Light shippers 8 15 8 25 Pigs, (110 lbs and lesa) 7 608 25 SHEEP: extra VETERINARIAN. 45440 Good to choice 3 754 35 Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Common to fair 3 50 3 50 United States Army 3 50 4 50 4 85 5 00 4 00 4 75 a 00 S 75 S 60 3 75 4 3595 00 0 00 000 4 50(B5 85 9 00 8 50 980 4 6098 50 8 20$ 8 St Suspicious. "What makes you think he Is a hypocrite?" "He smiled yesterday when bis hat Mew in the mud." Improving. We think the world is growing better. There seems to be an Increasing determination to make the other fellow do what is right. Puck. The Only Two White Barbers la Tewa. Mr. W. C. Greening and children See the tall sin, North side of GuyCbenaultandNeal of Lexington Public Square. made a short visit to relatives here a few days ago. M. Mr. Tom Marcee and sister, Miss Mamie, after spending a week with relatives in Lexington and Versailles are at home again. LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. Rev. Thornton of Preachersville preached at this place Sunday of last Will Practice in all State Courts and week. Mr. Will Anderson came with U. S. District Court. him and was the guest of D. . Office over Police Court. Phone 194. Swope Mi-Belle Burke entertained Pattie at a Chafing dish party last Friday evening. Those present expressed themselves as having hud a most delightful time. The Ladies Working Society held it last meeting of the year with Mrs. Cleaning and Pressing LaEugenia Kemper. The principal feature of the meeting was the election of dies and Men's Garments. officers. The ballot resulted in reelecting all of the old officers except Shoe Repairing Phone 340 Public Square. Second htnd clothes sold on for Vice President, Miss Eugenia commission. trd was elected to this office for the ensuing year. Miss Sutton the effik. W. Faulkner, fllgr. cient treasurer made a spleudld report of the years work, y" Prewitt. HOUSE. J. E. Robinson, s Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Pt-1-- Office Hoars Office OTer -- 8R.B to 12, lp.m. to 4. Stonaes' Drag Store. KILLthe COUGH AND CURE the LUNGS Phone 65. DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. 750 Dr. King's New Discovery WITH I have just opened up a new, clean V Henry L.Casey.o.v.s. at Logan's Stable. and 433. FflR . .. AN! Trial BetKe Free AU THROAT AND LUHt TROUBLES. .fQyCHS OLDS jb ci aFBICE no Barber Shop on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my G7ABAN&XED 8 ATISFACTOKYI LAMxSB: extra Good to choice .'.....; Common to fair 6 60 6 75 6 009 6 50 .v 75 Islands. Office os vomer xxtumoed. friends to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention J 756 Telephone ft! DANVILLE, KY. R. K. McRohcrts'DrugStore.i JOHN DUNCAN, I . uy ,, .r i? t, V . gi ? TV- - - V .