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NUMBER LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1911. N-xt- 42. n V &&iCS33CS3X& . Thursday is ground lion's day ME UIIULII1U, Carriage Repairing, Etc Now is a good time to get street. .h jThe Court of Appeals has affirmed rft miSi Miss Texle Agee will begin Spring the decision of the Lincoln Circuit At the sale of the effects of Burton sewing on January 30tU at the residCourt which found Shay Pellman guilC. T. Brumett on Totten Ave- Coyle, of Payette county, his pack of ence of foxhounds were sold at ty and fixed his punishment at death. nue. She will be glad to have your twenty-tw- o auction and brought an average price All that now remains to be done is for patronage. Gov. Willson to fix the date for 's of fifteen dollars each, electrocution. 1 have moved my stamping and Pay up your subscription to the Pellman was found guilty of haying embroidery to Dr. Burnetts otlice Central Becord. We have just committed an assault on the little where I will be found at all times, with a full and complete line cf floss bought a large supply of new type and twelve year old daughter of Mr. Lee Rankin, who resides near Hubble in need money to pay for it. es, etc. Call and see me. Lincoln county. The father of the Mrs. L. N. Miller Judge Walker came home from Har child was absent from home at the Professor Galvini the hypnotist who rodsburg Wednesday to remain until tim, and but for thedetermination of caused two of our professionol men to Monday. He finished his criminal Mr. Thomas Rankin, an uncle of cut some very laughable antics at business and no civil cases were child, to allow the law to take the its the court house about a year airo drove ready causing adjournment of court. course, the man would have met sum-ar- y over from Stanford Sunday. He will justice at the hands of the enraged Mr. John T. Reynolds and Miss not lecture here tins season. residents of the neighborhood. He Annie Spoonamore. both of Lincoln John K. Hendrick, of Paducah, county drove to Lancaster on Wednes- was taken to Stanford and placed in whose candidacy for the Democratic day and were married at the residence jail, but the following morning Sheriff nn. of F. M. Tinder, that gentleman per McCarthy seeing that the people were nnmlnotlnn tni HnvArnnn w!i becoming aroused and fearing mob vimonths ago. has forming the ceremony. nounced several olence, sent the prisoner to the Lebat '.withdrawn. Col. Hendrick has a on jail for safe keeping. He waived large following, especially in Western Andrew Carnegie, the Kentucky. steel operator who recently an examining trial and was then sent i Pell-man-multi-rait-lionaire A local option election has been ordMiss Cordia Hamilton of Mlddles-bor- o ered to be held in Ricnniond on March is, spendinca few days with her 3d, and a special registration therefor mother MJri,,Iaji.HfunJUon op Water op February 17 tb. Mi Roy W. Sanders has been ap. Death Verdict Found pointed Post Master at Nina, Ky. By Lincoln County Jury XXXX0(CIBMZP Against Shay Pellman Upheld By Court Of Appeals. XMI &&IQ&XM J Help To Make Us Happy Pay Your Account that SS while they are cheap. y WATCH THIS SPACE. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. ing at Mt Sterling, Ky., has postpon ed the meeting of the State Execuiive Committee, cslled to meet in Louisville on January 25 until February 4th Asa reason for the postponement, Mr. Prewitt stated that the subcomittee oppolnted at the meeting of December 22 to arrange the details for the State primary scheduled to be held on May 27. 1911, had asked for further time. $10,000,000, toward a movement The Court of Appeals holds tnat that may result in international peace where a County Clerk makes a mis- agreement supplemented ihis initial take in recording a mortgage under presentation with a similar amount of the wrong name, and the purchaser $10,000,000. V of the mortgaged property loses money thereby, the clerk or his Lancaster Methodist Church. bondsmen must make the loss good. Services usual hours next Sunday The will of Mr. R, D. Ballard was A M and P M by Pastor Sunday school probated in the county court Mondav. 9:30 A. M. midweek service every Messrs. George and Clarence Ballard Tuesday night 7 P. M. Subject next were appointed administrators. He Sunday continuation of Series "The gave his property equally to his six Anti Christ Jeer of Religion." The children, with the exception that one first of the services last Sunday night sixth went to the children of Houston was received with marked Interest. Ballard and one sixth to the children The Annual Meeting of the execuof Mr. John T. Leavell. tive commiteee of sixty of the natioEver since the division terminal of nal council of amerlcan protestant the Q & C road was moved from Somer churches is in session this week at set that city has kept Danville on ten Washington D. C. through illness Dr. der hooks by circulating periodically a Pearce of tho Committee was unable rumor that the division would "be mov to attend and forwarded his annual ed back " The Messenger warns Dan- report of bis district. ville people now, that while "there is The council in its constitution and not much ground for the rumor, it official organization for work, represmight be well enough for Danville ent fourteen million ladies and ten people to keep th"ir weather eye open.' thousand Ministers of the United States increased of cooperative work, Chairman Henry R. Prewitt. of the the past year in all parts of the Nation State Democratic Committee, resia has bad signal advance. gave to the Louisville jail to await the convening of the Lincoln Circuit Court. When that court convened Judge Walker deemed it advisable to have a detachment of soldiers from Somerset to escort the prisoner into Stanford and remain there during his trial. It took but a short time to empanel a jury, hear the testimony and render a verdict of guilty and fix his punishment at death. The case was taken to the court of appeals with the above result. Pellman is now in jail at Lexington, but will be conveyed to the peneten-tiar- y at Eddy ville, there to await the day or execution to be named by the Governor. Under the new law it is the duty of the warden, or one of his deputies to electrocute condemned prisoners. Pellman will probley be the first prisoner to be electrocuted under the new law of 1910 in Kentucky. Gets the Biggest. We Need The Money. I Is V ii HASELDEN &3 BROS ?C'OOOO0OOOX tA?jjkli tsmm a I A special from Lexington says: y . lot lip uw : fill M Wm Your Account Is Past Due. I Need The Money. PLEASE CALL AND SETTLE. H. T. Loan Just received a new line of Rubber Boots and Shoes I v T4 You can get the greatest bargains in had held many posts of honor and loose leaf market, though he was chie dignity in the Baptist church during fly responsible for the putting up for sale of pooled crop of the Burley Tohis lifetime. bacco Society at the local warehouses. The price paid, so far as could be Calico Held Without Bail. learned yesterday was the highest The examining trial of John Calico that ever figured in an actual transaccharged with having shot and killed tion on the Lexington Carmarket. One his cousin Irvin May at Buckeye on crop of a few hundred pounds was sold the night of the 18th inst, was held be last year at 42 cents, but the transacfore county judge Ford Saturday and tion, for some reason, was not complein after bearing the evidence of both the ted and the cropwas not paid for." Commonwealth and the defense, Judge Ford held Calico without bail to await The Tobacco Situation. the action of the grand jury. The tes timony was somewhat conflicting, but The tobacco growers of the county it seems that Calico fired once at May held an impromptu meeting at the and missed him, Calico claiming that court bouse on Monday. It was for May was advancing on him with an the purpose of securing additional open knife, he claims that May con pledges and to further the interests of tinued to advance on him with drawn the Burley Tobacco Union in their efknife when be fired a second shot fort to pledge the county to the cutwhich took efftct in Mays head inflict- ting out of the 1911 crop. The meetGuaranteed 41 percent protein. Write for prices. ing was presided over by chairman ing a wound from which be died. Rose. Mr. Bradley Wilson of the Ky. WILLIAM A. Home Market Wanted. campaign committee of the Burley to 1901. Represented in Lancaster by Hudson &. Hughes. Established bacco Union was also present Several Whatever may be the ultimate solunew tion of the tobacco question, whether werepledges were secured and books placed in the hands of several ad the crop be cutout, pooled or what ditional solicitors to assist in the work MJgMjgliJrlllfrlfMjjsjMrg. (IfrlMIrlJlhfMhMirMjrU not, it issincerly to be hoped that benow under way. The solicitors for fore the marketing of another crop Burley Tobacco Union who were rolls around we will have a local mark- the appointed at their recent meeting at et. Surely Garrard county with her to secure pledges are more than 5,000,000 pounds of tobacco the court house diligently pursuing their labors and is entitled tc a local market of some will submit the result to the Union by kind. February 20tb, when it will be deterBlue-Gra- ss During the recent seasonable weathmined whether or not the cut out will er it was an every day occurrence to be put into effect. see from ten to twenty nve wagon Paesident H H. Froman, of Ghent, loads of tobacco crossing our square, Ky., president of the Kentucky branch headed for Danville, or even so far as American Society of Equity is Lexington. Surely there is some rem- of the authority for the statement that in edy for this, and some kind of arranfailure of the Burley gements can be made to enable our the event of the Tobacco Union to effect the cut out farmer to market his products at plan for the 1911 crop, then the Amerhome. ican Society of Equity will submit to the growers a new pooling pledge, Mr. Richard Ballard Dead. AND which he hopes to effect a compromise Mr. R. D. Ballard, one of Garrard and to result in harmonizing the situCounty's old cltizensdied on the night ation. of January nineteenth at the home of President Froman says: "TheAmer Contains Protein: 17.89 per cent; Fat 6.24 per cent. relatives in Bryantsville of a complica lean Society of Equity is pledged to Made from corn, bran and cottonseed meal. Guaranteed to tion of diseases, Mr. Ballard was in the organization of the farmers for bet the 74th year of bis age. He came to ter prices on. its products and whether give satisfaction. this county from Madison when a the Union succeeds or fails, the poolyoung man and has resided here ever ing proposition which 1 shall offer for 1 since. He has always been a prosper- 1911 will give them a chance to get ous farmer, has raised a large family better prices," Call phone No. 56. and bad the respect and confidence of He further states that the American S3f all who knew him. He was the father Society of Equity would do nothing m of Sheriff George A. Ballard, and of to deter th3 growers or to prevent Blue-Gra- ss Messrs. John E., Clarence and Huston them from loinine the no crop move county, and all of ment. Ballard all of this m H. V. whom survive him. After a short ser We will begin useing our new type grave bis remains were invice at the terred in the Lancaster Cemetery on with the next issue. Watch the obange. Friday afternoon. President Clarence LeBus of the Bur-leTobacco Society, and his tenant on his farm, the old Oapt. John H. Carter property at Fenwick, Fayette county, Mr. Crittendon Pepper, sold their tobacco crop of 1910 yesterday on the Whilsitt. loose leaf market in Lexington, one Funeral services over the body of basket of 3S6 pounds bringing the rethe Rev. William H. Whitsitt were cord price of 40 cents a pound. The held on January 22 atJ&lcbniqnd, Ky , entire crop of G 125 pounds averaged where the noted Kentucklan passed $20.05 a hundred. The American Toaway. On the date of the funeral, bacco Company was the purchaser of memorial services were held at the most of the crop. Fourth Avenue Baptist Church In It was one of the best crops ever ofLouisville, noted divines from all over fered on the Lexington market. Mr. Kentucky gathering to pay a tribute Pepper, who raised it, is one of the to the memory of the deceased. Dr. best and most expert handlers of toWhitsitt died at Richmond, where he bacco in the State and the care given had been professor of moral philoso- it, of course, had a great deal to do phy for the past ten years, after a with its price short illness He was 69 years old and This was Mr, LeBus first sale on the u pv Dk. owl ftkmW T if i i I fc ) W2p- - & - In order to make room for my large &' Spring- Stock of Goods, for Thirty Days Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Fronts, riage Heaters ever placed on the Lancaster. market xeooo&3oo$oo ocxcxcx The Feeed That Fattens Cotton Seed Meal HIGH W. J. Romans, grade; BURNETT, Louisville, USE Mixed Feed FOR Milk Cows, Sheep POULTRY. $ .40 per hundred. $26.00 per ton. If Creamery. Bastin, Prop. i. ,Vv jf -- i V CENTRAX RECORD IS&tfD TTEEKLY. JljW A next NaVionarConjirej-- nvt In c.usus last week and by acclamation selected s THTOW OUT THE LINE. Gjrg The Kidney s"Hep And Many Lancas--,; ' ARBORDAY Death In Roarjng Fire YAB. GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. SnfetY d a( tfce Pot Office in Seeond-Cla- tt Lancaster, Ky.,a Mail Matter. Member Ky. Prees Association, and Eighth District Publishers League. Miss Ella Thompson or .near ,.Dan: ville was visiting Miss Hallie'Brown.: January 14 Fourth installation of Thomas Elkin, Danville St., Lancas State per caplta'due. Rates For Political Announcements. Mr. Phil B. Thompson bought a sow ter, Ky., says: For many years 1 suf8 school apd pigs of Mrs. John William, for Common January .For Precinct and City Offices.. . . 5.00 fered from kidney complaint. Until a graduation examination. 310.00 For Count? Offices 10.00 year ago I had such severe pains in the February 11 Final installation of Mrtind Mrs. W. II. Brown, of the For State and District Offices. . . 15.00 small of my back that I was hardly State per capita due. Sweeney section of Garrard, were visFor Calls, per line 10 able to get about. The many remein Rockcastle. For Cards, per line 10 dies 1 tried failed to help me and on a February 22 Washington birthday iting legal holiday. Mr. Leslie Melvin has returned to For all publications in the Interfriend's advice. I procured a box of April School census taken during Farmland, Ind., after a pleasant visit est of individuals or expression Following instructions from Wash- Doan's Kidney Pills at Frisbie's Drug the month. of individual views, per Hue.. to his mother. Mrs. P. E Parrlsh. .10 ports Store and commenced their use. In a May 6 Election of two trustees in Obituaries, per line 05 ington to protect Honduran 1 improved and it was not Misses Katie and Carrie Payne, the where be deemed American property short time two handsome daughters of Mr. and long before I was restored to good graded schools. in jeopardy, Commander Archibald health. Igive Doan's Kidney Pills Miy 13 These trustees enter upon Mis. J. T. Payne, of Lebanon JuncDavis of the United States cruiser ANNOUNCEMENTS great change their duties. tion, were visiting Mtsdames J. F. on Friday last siezed the hornet the entire credit for this 3 May Common school gradua- Payne and J. F. Shaw and recommend them highly." For Circuit Judge an armed vessell belonging to General For sale by all dealers. Price 50 tion examination. Kev. Anderson uomeiius, who was Manuel Bonilla, set the rebel crew May 0 County teachers' examCo,, Buffalo, called to the care of the Baptist We are authorized to announce Hon ashore, manned the craft with Ameri cents. Foster-Mllbur- n ination, white. word that he will Charles A. Hardin a candidate fot can seamen, gunners and engineers New York, sole agents for the United May 7 County teachers exam- church, sends the prcaoh next Sunday and Sunday night. Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial Dis- and ordered her out of the inner har- States. Remember the name Doan's and ination, colored. kuow trict, at the November election, 1911, bor at Truxillo Honduras. The Hor Day Legal He will then let the cliuich May 30 Decoration lm. whether he accepts the call. subject to the action of Ibe Democrat net is being detained because of al- take no other. holiday. ic partv. leged violation of the neutrality laws. June 1 On or before which counHARKSBUlfl'. ty superintendents and city school Shelbyville Mob. Luke Lea, a lawyer, and publisher Mrs. Icie Kemper who has been sick boards report census to the Superin of the Nashville Tennesseean and is much improved in health. tendent of Public Instruction. The members of the mob at Shelby- American was elected to the United Mrs. N. P. Cobb and son Robert County and State 7 June ville who lynched two negroes and Senate to succeed Senator Fraz-ie- r were guests of teachers' examination, white. Monday. would have Ivnchad a third bnt for State frienas here on Monday. Lea Is only 32 years Kentucky Educational June 9 the fact that be made his escape from of age. probably the youngest man to Mr. George Boner of Nicholasville Association meets at Ovvensboro. them, are not only receiving the most elected to the United States Senate has been tne guest of Mr. Tom ChestWomen who sillier from County and State June severe censure from the press, but the be since the time of Henry Clay. He was nut. teachers' examination, colored. female ailments, frequently matter is being thoroughly investiga- a warm admirer and supporter of the Mr Henry Hutchinson of the bend June 24 Division boards hold first ted by a grand jury, and if the names neglect their trouble, till a Senator Carmack, and his elect- has moved with his family to ffyatts-vill- e. meeting for electing teachers. of any the members of the mob can be late ; ion is considered a victory for the general break-dcu- n follows. June 28 State diploma examina ascertained it is likely to go bard with wing of the party in Tenn Mrs. Florence Ballard has been tion at the State Department of Eduthem. Don't ivaii 1H1 your case is quite ill for seveial days pneumonia is cation. Judge C. C. Marshall on Monday em essee. as bud as that take Cardui feared. June 30 Close of school year and panelled a grand jury said to be comin lime. It is a sale, reliable At the receivers sale last week in of fiscal year, by which all .school Mr. Noah Marcee sold a lot of toposed of representative men of Shelby M Somerset Joe H. Gibson, acting for bacco last week to a Danville firm for levies for ensuing year should be ($rt medicine, fo? all women. county and delivered to them a charge eastern capitalists, purchased the seven cents. made. Balance all school accounts. said to be the most vigorous ever July 1 New school year begins. in that county. lie character-ze- d proDerty of the Somerset Water, Miss Martha Ranes of Perry ville is July 3 Teachers' Institute season acts as "Murder, worse than Light and Traction Company, for with Miss Mary Chestnut tor an intheir P B PA W s 9 begins. murder, for they assaulted law, men $78,000, Mr. Gibson announces that definite time. I July 4 Independence Day Legal who were in charge of the law, men $50,000. will be expended at once for Miss Margaret O'Hearn is teaching improvements. This is the property holiday. who were entitled to the protection of an unfinished term of school at Mason J uly 8 City school boards appoint the law." He warned them that the which was at one time controlled by school bouse. Dr. W. Godfrey Hunter. officers. truant fair name of the county was in their Miss Bettie Bruner has been with Mrs. Rena Hare, of Pierce, Julv 15 Superintendent of Public charge, that the eyes of the state A dispatch from Washington brings her aunt Mrs. Bruner of Little Hick-nu- n Instruction declares per capita. Fla., tried Csrdni and afterwere upon them. He charged the who is quite sick. County teachers' examiJuly 2 jury to Indict notonly the men who the news that New Orleans La. won ward wrote: "I was a sufMrs. Ham Aldridge and Mrs. Will nation, white. tied the knot around the prisoners the first round of the fight for the loferer from all sorts of feCounty teachers' examiJuly 9 nicks and seot them to death, but al- cation of the Panama exposition to be idth Broadus are somewhat improved male trouble, had pain in my nation, colored so these who were merely onlookers held iu 1915 to celebrate the opening after several weeks illness. side, drawing pains in my Gover-me' Mr. Robert Clark made a visit to July 29 Division boards hold sec and assisted by their presence, 'fie of the Panama Canal. The legs, could eg! sleep, had . will spend approximately oue his parent.-- Mr. arid Mrs. William ond meeting for electing teachers. concluded his remarks by saying: shortness c! brcsih. uly 31 Final date for appointment J "Let's have a cleaning up, let the million dollars and it will be a wond- Clark of Fayette county "IscHsrsdlop years, unerful occasion. of beneficiaries to the State Univer people of the state know that we stand Miss. Sallie McAfee and Irvine Mc til my husband insisted on for law and order." Afee have been the guest of their sity. ray trying Cardni. The first August 1 County superintendents Edwin P, Morrow of Somerset, has brother Mr. H. W. McAfee. Mob law, even when administered boifie gave me relief and make annual report to Supeiin- by good citizens of the community been appointed United States DisMesdames Henry Dunn of Danville must now I am aimest well." which has been outraged by some hei- trict Attorney of Kentucky. Mr. Mor and Sallie Maret of Lancaster were tendent of Public Instruction. Try Cardzii. August 1Couuty Superintendents xi nous crime, is to be deplored, and to row is one of the most promising guests of Mrs, Morte Robinson last It will iieip yon.' s & must make annual settlement and say the least of it, castevere reflec- young lawyers in the state; he is the week. E43JI send copy to Superintendent of Pubtions on that community, but if what son of Judge Thomas Z. Morrow, forMr. Landin of Tennessee purchased lic Instruction. some of the state papers say be true, merly circuit Judge m the old Eighth a small farm fourteen acres that the mob at Shelbyville was com- judicial district, and is a nephew of BurdettsKnoboffrom Jim Hamiltonnear August 5 Election of for trustees. posed of Irresponsible citizen, both Senator Bradley. $000. county and State 9 August white and black, many of whom were The best sales of tobacoo in this teachers' examination, white. under the influence of liquoj, it makes The State Board of Agriculture has County and State 6 August the crime double reprehensible, and again changed the date of the State community was made by Tjm Broad-a- s having received 14i cents for his teachers' examination, colored. l Fair, giving sincerely to be hoped that it the original date, the it is August 26 Division boards hold will succeed in his efforts to week of September lltb. This action entire crop at Lexicgton. third meeting for electing teachers. ferret out and punish the guilty mem- was brought about by the Indiana peo Rev. Thorton of Preachersville to Mt, Hebron to fill an apAugust 30 State diploma examinapie changing their date, and because bers of the Shelby county mob. of the fact that no Kentucky fairs be- pointment at that place was the guest tion at the State Depaitmeut of Edu of Mr. Noah Marcee Saturday. cation. The tjme for annual Spring cleaning gin that week. September 4 Labor Day Legal Mrs. C. K, Poindexter is at the bed is now near at band, it begins, or holiday. Benjamine W. Hopper was inaugu- side of her son Mr, Ben Poindexter should begin with the first general thaw. Lancaster is a city of the fifth rated Governor of Tennessee on Wed- who was badly scaled by a bursting class and her Street Cleaning depar- nesday. He is the first republican boiler on the C & O R. R. The THE tments sadly in the minority; the Governor Tennessee has had since 1881 wreck occured at Ashland Mr Poinhead of that department is the Chief when Alva Hawkins an dexter was carried back to his home AND CURE THE LUNCS of police, the department itself being was elected Governor through a split at Lexington for treatment. the city prisoners, should there hap- in the democratic ranks over the state To get the rural route on this road WITH pen to be any, if not then be must hire debt. failed only a very few voting for it. the necessary labor. In addition to Mail comes to our office twice daily, bis duties as Street Commissioner and Hon. Harvey McCutcheon has re Mr. Jim Royston who is the competChief of Police, he is also Superintend signed as chairman of the State Prison ent postmaster has at all timessatisfi-e- d PRICE ent of the Water Works, Tax Collect- Board and Eli H. Brown Jr., was the public. His courteous accomn, a,, si on. rnn r. or, ana holds several other minor elected to succeed him. This action modation would be hard to equal in Trial Bottle Free iuii OLDS AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TROUBLES. offices, so it is easily to be seen that be was taken iu f utberance of an agree- the state A change at this time ment made a year ago that McCutch- would not prove satisfactory. is a very busy min, GUARANTEED SA.TISFACTOB1 "w The citizens of the community can eon should serve only part of OR MONEY REFUNDED. the term. m materially assist In lessening the labor GOOD NEWS incident to the Spring cleaning, as Nightchief of police Samuel f!orbin . R E. McRoberts Drugstore. M well as reduce the expense necessary is dead iu Cincinnati as a result of ex- Every m m Sufferer From Catarrh, Coughs, to be incurred by the city in carrying posure and slight injuries received on this work. Colds and Sore Throat Should Read It. during the Chambers of Commerce If you have any refuse to dispose of, fire. He is the seventh victim of that if it be sucb as can oe burned, destroy memorable night in Cincinnati. So many hundreds of catarrh vicit in that manner, if not place it in tims who have taken the IIYOMEI CHURCH DIRECTORY. some receptacle where it can be carted A grand jury at Danville, Ills , "Un- treatment, have written us letters away. Do not pitch into the alley to cle Joe" Cannon's home, is investiga- thanking us for publishing our methSundays be scattered by the wind or to become ting the vote selling evi), It is going od of taking the H YOMEI vapor treat Lancaster. First and Third a stench in the nostrils of the public, Adams, county Ohio, one better ard ment iu connection with the iuhaier will also give its attention to the buy that we gladly publish it again. and to breed disease. Preactai Every Sunday Night. ers. The vapor treatment is especially at 7 p. m. recommended in stubborn cases of Press And Joint Debates. David Graham Philipps the noted chronic catarrh of long standing, but Tuesday night 7 p. m. Bible Study. The Democratic press of the State writer and novelist was shot by a does not see where any great good can crank named Goldsbarough Monday remember that the iuhaier should be result from a series of joint debates on the streets of New York. He used daily as usual. This is the simple vapor treatment McKendree; Second and Fourth 1 between Mr. McCreary and Mr. John- died Tuesday night as a result of his and only takes five minutes of your Sunday at 11 a. m. son. A few of the Democratic news- wounds. time before going to bed Pour a teas papers seem to favor it, but none of Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. poouful of H YOMEI into a bowl of them strongly while a decided majorPaul Morton, presidentof the Amer- boiling water, cover head and bowl ity does not believe any good for the ican Life Assurance Co., and Wednesday 7 p. m Bible Study. with towel and breathe for several party will be accomplished. of the Navy under president d minutes the vapor that that rises. Party ties are not so binding on the in New York Friday of cereYou will be surprised at the result voters as thev were in bral hemorrhage. mass of the of this treatment: it makes the head years gone by, and there is nothing so you will sleep betconducive to bolting as an acrimonious Henry Cabot Lodge was returned to feel tine and clear: I ter, and that stuffed up felling in the campaign for the nominations, and the United States Senate for the nothing so engenders acrimony as the fourth time. Two democrats left head will gradually disappear. This same method wilt break up the joint debate, unless the debate is their party to vote for Senator Lodge. worst cold in the head or chest in one pitched on a plane that rises above Ha-waai- an personalities. The Louisville Herald states that night. A bottle of HYOME1 costs 50 cents the deoate between Mr'. Johnson Judge Lewis L. Walker is being boost If and Mr. McCreary be purely on mat. ed by republican politicians for Gover at R. E. McRoberts & Son, who guar antees it. If you want the complete ters of government as thay may re- nor of Kentucky, outfit, which includes the little bard late to the functions of the governor, rubber pocket inhaler, the price is President Taft has sent to Congress and in a calm and dispassionate manner, no barm could result, and the Lne name oi juas a. Montiott to suc $1.00. No stomach dosing; lust breathe party would not have to contend with ceed himself as postmaster at Cincin H YOMEI and cure catarrh and all dis general election nati Ohio. factional fights in the eases of the breathing organs, lm therefore could easily win in Novemr Congress hasraised the pay of Owenscoro Inquirer. berr. Besidence Phone 3 mail carriers from a maxlum of "Mound City Paints may cost a trill Office Phone 31. ky. more, but I C. C. & J. E. Stormes." ( The Democratic members of the 900. to 3,000. per year. ble. " 27-2" Ta-co12-119-226-5- Lancaster, Ky., January 27, 1911. Hon. Champ Clark of Missouri to be the next Speaker of the house to succeed Joseph O. Cannon. As the next house will be controlled by democrats by ainajorlty of G4 votes, his election is a foregone conclusion. Arrangements are already under' way toward redeeming the promises made s the people for the revision of the of the Aldrich-Payn- e tariff bill, and the causus also selected a tentav-iv- e ways and means committee, of which Congressman Underwood of Alabama was chosen chairman. Congressman James of Kentucky was also given a place on this committee. One of the first acts of this committee when congress convenes in December will be to submit to it a revision of wool tariff, to be rapidly follow ed by the revision of other objectionable schedules. scne-dule- ChangeTrom Spring To Autumn. According to the official school calender for 1911, which was sont out by Ellsworth Regenstein, Superindent of "Throw Out the Life Line" Public Instruction, he has officially The kidneys need help. They're overworked can't get the chanced the time for celebrating poison filtered out of the blood. Arbor Day from Spring to Autumn, it They're getting worse every minute. to be celebrated hereafter on October Will you help them? 27. The calehdar as sent out is as follDoan's Kidney Pills have brought ows: thousands of kidney sufferers back Official School Calendar, 1911 from the verge of despair. January 2 County Superintendents Will cure any form of kidney trou- renew bond. ' , People Will Be Happier. not result, from the work of fire bugs, but often stere burns are caused that make a quick need for Buck-len- 's my est Gwries al Freshest as cheap as any is our aim. Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest cure for burns, wounds, bruises, boils, It subdues infltmmation. It kit.spain. It. so t.he and heals. Dnv es 'iff skin eiuplim. Uicers or piles. Oniv 25c at K. E, vjcllobei ts & Son. n'-T- lm. I'll EAU II EKS VILLE. Correct Weight and Courteous Treatment our invariable rule, i uritry,Frodulstyhted at all times. Davidson & - Walker. A Car Load of John Deere Implements. Plows, Corn Planters, Drills and Harrows, Mowers and Sweep Rakes. Oliver and Vulcan Plows and Repairs. American Fence, Heavier make. 28c. Majestic Ranges, Monitor Cook mmmm 16-1- 27-2- 23-2- 4 anti-Patters- on Stoves. J, R. Mount, Son & Co. Your Account is Still Due. ed lBKGHRPilf i mMMi You Can Hold Up 3-- 21-2- Your Bread 28-2- for criticism with confidence if you have made nt it of White Swan Flour. For there will be no fault to be found with it from crust to center. Include a sack of S WHITE SWAN FLOUR sub-distri- ct 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 18-1- 25-2- Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills. ALEX WALKER, Prop. Judge-Marshal- en-rou- te ICurrey's The Place To Sell Your B. F. Hudson, President. ORQAN1ZED I883. J. S. Johnson Vice Pres't KILL Eggs, The GIT1ZENS NATIONAL BANK. Ot LANCASTER, KY. Dr. King's New Discover Roughs Butter, I Hams, 1 CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $30,000. Book-Keeper I Shoulders, I Sausage, -- W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. W. O. Riqxey, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., Business Solicited. Prompt and Gareful Attention Methodist Bacon, r oweis. Be sure you 9 get my price oeiore you sell. DIRECTORS: B. F Hudson J. J. Walker, J. S. Johnson T. M. Arnold Alex Gibbs. Lewis L. Walker. C. A. Arnold. (SC! You'll Have To WHISTLE time for even as good lumber as ours. You can whistle forever and a long Rosse-veltdie- rv a can te of my Cardi nal Peaches. The best on the market for the mon-rey. Also a can of get no better. There isn't any. We stay on top in the lumber business just because of the superiority of our beams, boards, timbers, etc. Ask any builder if it pays to buy the best lumber. His answer should make you our customer. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. JR BEAZLEY Pine ffT?YOUR SELL DEALER ReaidepcePhone.199, TOBACCO De- : Funeral Director and Embalmer Lancaster, Apple. I k Ik Currey We will pay highest market price at all times. liver either at Paint Lick or Stanford. W. P. KINCAID, IN LEAF . TOBACCO. .Stanford, Kentucky;' , , , (r ..N-.-- WmTWWW- s - ast Call On T ad ies' Tailored Suits Coats and Skirts and the few remaining numbers in our stock must move. We offer our j j I $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. .& Daily. mid 40. Suits for $14.98 STYLE LEADERS. I ) THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE CO. NEW IMPORTATIONS OF SPRING GINGHAMS and WASH GOODS DAILY RECEIVED. ig isaii3ffiBR(Bfr8JMnfflna Si S ) BiaiMiaiwia mtmumsss.p f I Solves A Deep Mystery. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS U House moving and raising. Best, erful double benefit I got from Elecreferences. Phone or write, J. H. tric Bitters, in curing me of both a A Brief Mention of the Comings and 1 20 4t pd Baldwin, Danville. Ky seyere case of stomach trouble and of Goings by Those We Are Interested In. i rheumatism, from which I had been FOR bent m a lot of farm an almost helpless sufferer for ten years. It suited my case as though m ing implements. H.C.Hamilton. Jesse Gullev is in Lexington for sevmade just for me," For dyspepsia, in m eral days stay. sysFor Sale Frazier f!art, good as digestion jaundice and to rid the rhetem of kidney poisons that causes Ira Holtzclaw was visiting in Boyle jjg new, will sell cheap. W. L. Lawson, umatism, Electric Bitters has no equ county Sunday. Lancaster. al. Try them. Every bottle is guar j E. C. Gaines is at home from a busiMary Leavell is now well equipped an teed to satisfy. Only 50c at R. E, ness trip to Louisville. lm. for Massaging, Manicuring, Shampoo- McRoberts & Son. Mrs. Jennie Searcy, of Paint Lick is ing and making braids. Solicits you the guest of Mrs. Jack Adams. . PAINT LICK. patronage, guarantees satisfaction. Miss Mamie Bastin is in Fayette Phone 218. It. pgiairmanmiiniiBiailiafB WMmMmmmmmmmiMi .ounty enjoying a visit to friends. Miss Jane Terry has entered Mode Store room for rent, it is 100 feet school at Richmond. Mrs. Mildred Beazley is in Stanford long well arranged shelves for dry Mrs. A. B. Estridge has been quiti visiting her son Mr. Jack Beazley. goods clothing-'Hardwaor days. Mr. Jesse Lynn of Stanford was the groceriestnnrirthe lessee apply or sick for several Miss Geneva Rucker is visiting her uest of his i 1- -t sister Mrs. John M Mount write W. T West, Lancaster Ky. H aunt Mrs. JdaG. Conn near Lancas cJuuday. Mixed bay, clover and timothy bal- ter. I Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Baker of MadMiss Nannie Lawrey of Jessamine ed. $13.00 per ton at the bam or $14.00 ison have been guest of Mrs, John delivered in two hnrse wagon loads or County is the guest of her aunt Mrs Ross. AND more. Phone D. B. Pelphrey-347or Harriet Guyn. Messrs. Baughman and Rout of write Z. T. Rice Richmond Ky. Miss Mattie Woods who is attendwere visitors in Lancaster ing school at Berea spent Sunday & Sunday. Found on Lexington street some with her parents here time ago, a nice large rug. Owner Miss Lucy Francis returned from Misses Tummie Francis and Frankey Office, National Bank of Lancaster. Phone 31. can have same by paying for this Lexington last Monday night, wbere Kauffman were visitors iu Danvil.e Saturday. notice and proving property. J. S. she had been having her eyes treated. Mrs. Ed Price left Monday for a Dr. W. L. Carman who has been Sandifer at Haselden store. III1 visiting his parents at Washington visit to Mr. and Mrs. George Ballew of 4 Court house Ohio returned home Richmond. TO TOBACCO GROWFRS OF " Courier Journal !J ''1 want to thank you from the bot- -j torn of my heart," wrote C. B. Rader, of Lewisburg, W. Va; "for the wond- Gossip About People N N N 4 Months $1. 8 Months $2. 1 By mail, Cash in Advance, i R. McRoberts & Son. I !'"-.'- ! re INSURED YOUR TOBACCO BARNS TOBACCO WITH Hus-tonvil- le BEAZLEY HASELDEN 1'llHWJttHtiHlll'HWIH -2t It is your fault if you are not using IfflE t t t Glen Lily or White louse ij FLOUR. It's the BEST and it is made in your city by Miss Llnnie Moss returned Saturday Miss Annie Boone Ballard who is night from a weeks visit to relatives attending school at Madison Institute in Pineville. Unless a majority of the growers of spent Saturday and Sunday with her Tobacco in the entire Burley dis- home folks. John Bell Jones a well known horseman of Somerset was in town a few trict of Ky. sign the cut out pledgp, Miss Marian Nolan acompanied by the pledges already secured and to be Miss Margaret Anderson has returned days this week secured and delivered to me will not to her home after a plearant visit Miss Lora Bell Minor, of Louisville be turned i nto the organization. is here the guest of Mr, John Johnwith Miss Anderson. R L. Rose, Chairman. It. Mrs. Henry Riddleburger was one ston and family. of the guests at the Golden wedding Mrs. James A. Beazley and little EASTER CARDS FREE. of Mrs. and Mr. Jeff Tribble of Rich daughter Lucile were guests Tuesday and of Stanford relatives. Not Cheap Trash But Ten Beautiful mond, there were a hundred eighty guests present. Miss Lucy Francis leaves this week Ones. GARRARD COUNTY. ' -- Garrard Hilling Company, j v -- . PHONE 47. Lancaster, Kentucky. CO THE 5 CD Q) X O QQ National Bank Of Lancaster. Capital $50,000. Surplus $25,000 Prea't C0 00 CO O CD 0) DC Q. A. R. OESNY, Pmldeat. S. C. DBKIY, Ciik'lir c co W CO o . J. B. STORMES, Vice Q o 3 (D rh 0 CO J F Robinson, Ass't Cash'r B T Embry, DIRECTORS: fer a visit to her sister Mrs. George lives. Ballew of Richmond I want to send free to every reader "Neither my sister nor myself might Mr. Alex Walker has heen in Pittsof The Record ten beautiful, imported be living if it bad not been for burg Pa, on a visit, having made the embossed, colored Easter post, cards, "Dr.King's New Discovery" writes A trip in his automobile. all different, without any advertising D. McDonald of Fayatteville, N C, R on them whatever. Miss Ella Thompson returned Sunwe both had F. I do this because I want people to ful D. No. 8, "forno other remedyfright- day to her home in Danville after a coughs that could know the high grade cards I carry at. help. We were told my sister had con visit to Miss Hallie Brown. manufacturer's prices. If you prefer Miss Josephine Cbenault of RichShe was very weak and beautiful Valentine cards say so when sumption, sweats had night but your wonderful mond is here visiting her cousins Missyou write. All I ask is that you send me four cents in one cent stamps to medicine completely cured us both. es Mary and Lydia Elmore. " cover postage. Address, C. T. John- It's the best I ever used or heard of Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson of lungs, coughs, colds, hemorstone, Pres., Dept. 1, Rochester, N. For sore Danville were visitors the first of the rhage, lagrippe. asthma, hay fever, Y. croup, whooping cough, all bronchial week of Mrs. Rebecca West. troubles, its supreme. Trial bottle MissesEva Herring andPattieCrum free 50c and $1 00 Guaranteed by R. of Dativille were the guests Sunday of E. McRoberts & Son. lm. Miss Bessie Crum of the Record office. Miss Mary Elmore or the Richmond Normal school is at. home for a visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Elmore. VETERINARIAN. 1 Miss Delia Tinder of the Richmond Normal school was with her parents Former Director Animal Industry Philippine United States Army Islands. Elder and Mrs. F. M. Tinder Saturday and Sunday. Office at Logan's Stable. Saves Two y, to-da- ter Cecil Genevieve Batson are in Trumbo of Frankfort. From there Louisville the guests of Judge and she will go to Fort Worth Texas for a visit to her sister. Mrs. Homer W. Batson. The Womans Club met Wednesday W. B. Burton is in Lebanon buying afternoon at the Christian church, mules. Mrs. James B. Kinnarid acting as Mr. J. S. Johnson has recoverd from leader. The subject for the meeting his recent illness. being, "Shakespeare." Mr. Yates Hudson of Danville was Mrs. M. K. Denny was hostess for in Lancaster Monday. the Embroidery Club Thursday afterMrs. Susan Salter is improving noon at her home. The repast served after a weeks illness. was dainty and very tempting to the Mr, Bogie of Mt. Sterling was a many guests assembled. visitor here court day. Little Miss Cecil Batson gave a birenday party to a number of friends MissSallie Sebastian spent Monday on January 19th, This dainty and with Miss Annie Turner. wintome little Miss was the recipient Miss Minnie Brown is the guest of of a number of presents. Dr. and Mrs. Judy or Lexington. Miss Ida Potts left Sunday for CinMiss May Broaddus is at home after cinnati wbere she will be in the trima pleasant visit to friends In Paris. ming rooms before leaving for Sabeni Mr. Herbert Carter spent Sunday Ohio wbere she holds a good position with his cousin Mr. McClellan Teater. in a leading millinery house. Misses Maitha and Helen Gill enterMiss Annie Turner spent Saturday and Sunday with her aunt, Mrs. Fan- tained tbD Tuesdav Afternoon Club at their home on Stanford Avenue. They nie Turner. entertained in a most substantial way Mr. Hugh and Sam Logan of Danby serving a delicious menu to the ville visited relatives in Garrard this members of the club. week. Among the best of graduates of the John Merriman and Paul Arnold Central High School girls commencehave matriculated at the Berea ment to be held Februay the third in College. the city of Louisville, is Miss Adelia Messrs B. F, Hudson and A. W. Maud Robinson a great nieceof Mrs. Kavanaugh were in Boyle's capital, M. D Hughes and Captain T A Elkln Tuesday. of this city. W. S. Ferguson is down this week The Daughters of the Confederacy from Covington spending a few days were handsomely entertained on the on his farm. seventeenth inst.. by Miss Mary Doty. Miss Estella Conn has returned It being the anniversary of the birth home after several days stay with her of Robert E. Lee, appropriate talks were made and papers were read, afsister Mrs. Homer Tinsley. ter which delicious refreshments were Mrs. William R. Cook has returned served, from a stay with Mrs. Theodore B, Mr- - T. B. Walker went' to Crab Wintersmithos Louisville. Orchard Tuesday where he will spend Mrs. B D. Herndon will be hostess a few weeks at the Spitler Sanata-riuthis Friday afternoon, to the memin the hope that the treatment bers of the embroidery circle. at that institution will benefit him. Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond He was accompanied by Mr. C. D. came Wednesday for a visit to her Walker who will remain with him for a few days. cousin, Miss Frankve Kauffman. Mrs. William Hatfield who underMr. and Mrs. John E. Storms leave next week to spend the remarnder of went a serious obdominal operation on last Saturday morning at the Lancasthe winter in Clear Water Floida. ter Hospital is reported by her Physi-cio- n Mr. and Mrs. William Bradshaw of as doing nicely, and if no compliPaint Lick are guests of the Iatters cations arise, will make a speedy reparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones. cover to the gratification of her many Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn will friends and relatives, leave soon for a vi3it to her sister, Miss Bessie Crum an efficient and Mrs. Ray Orrel of Wnite City Florida. ladylike compositor of Danville, who Mrs J. F. Thompson of near Preach-ersvil- has been holding down a case in The is reported quite ill and her Record office for some time, left Wedfamily is alarmed over her condition. nesday for her home. Miss Crum severs her connection with The Record Misses Minnie Johnston, Ada Rich of and Eva Merriman left this week to because the fact that her services are needed by her mother at her enter the Normal school, in Richhome. mond. m le Subscribe for Record Henry L.Casey,o.v.s. HENS lOcts. Chickens 8 to Octs, Book-keep- er Telephone 32 and 432. DANVILLE, KY. o I JlBH ill 'I Satn'l D CJochran, Alex R Denny, A O Robinson, John B. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J L Gill. Dr. W M Elliott jJ On the right side of the yBMT mis For years I have suffered unspeak able torture from indigestion, constipation and liver trouble,"wrote A. K. Smith, a war veteran at Erie, Pa; "but Mr. John R. Terill of Colorado who Dr. King's New Life Pills fixed me all has been visiting his sister Mrs. Annie right. They're simply great " Try Adams left Monday afternoon for Ok- see us. them for any stomach, liver or Kidney Old Guineas 20c Young Guineas 25c lahoma City Oklahoma. Mrs. Sallie Maret left Saturday for a trouble. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts Mr. R H. Batson and little daugh short visit to her daughter Mrs. Grant & Son. lm. 1 Young Roosters 6cts, Old Roosters 5cts. Ducks 10 to lets, Geese 7 to 8cts, Eggs, 16cts, Mrs. Belle Walton Burdette who has been making the winter stay in "The Land of Flowers," Is reported quite sick. Misses Anna and Carrie Miller, left Tuesday for Charleston West Va. for a stay with their sisters Miss Clara Miller and Mrs. Joe A. Eisner. Miss Marguerite Kinnalrd was at home in honor of her pretty young cousin Miss Sallie Marrs Sparks of Saturday afternoon. Nicholasville The hours were from two to four. A number gathered to do honor to the occasion and the refreshments so dain-tyl- y seryed were quite refreshing to all. Old Soldier Tortured. S. Bogie a prominant farmer Of Mt. fit.firlint' WHS hpfp thin urnnlr the guest of Messrs J. R. Mount aud R. E. McRoberts. Mr. J. Mrs. W. G. Anderson celebrated her her 78th birthday on Sunday at her suburban home on the Danville pike, a most sumptueus dinner was served. Editor Shelton Saufley of the Interior Journal paid the Rocord a pleasant visit Monday. Mr. Logan R. Hughes of Stanford also dropped in to Just received a car load of PLUTO &wJ LEDGER JR the man of provident CAMEL (Don't Pop) COAL rfltrlliEiHiJgifrllltrHlrfHJITti. llfrHMrlM'Bllirl iJTrfllrlJMrrtlipMrrJWrllHrllr habits will find himself at the end of. the year, if he entrusts to use the safe guarding, care and increase of his savings nomatter how little, no matter how big. We devote our whole time to looking after good investments, and our capital, our surplus, our record show that we can subserve your best interests. the best on the market. 20c BETSY'S POINTERS at the yard and 21c delivered m Molly thinks g PLEASE CALL AND PAY YOUR it is possible to train a 4 Garrard Bank & Trust Compan,y. m I husband to perform many useful feats, but one of the most difficult is to teach him to buy economically for the household. I just write a note, send my husband to R. S. BROWN'S and back comes just what I ordered and just how I want Coal 14 to 16cts. Butter Turkeys H. 1 1 1 to 2cts. 2 to 5cts. 1 1 B. NORTHCOTT, it DEPOT STREET. la FRISBIE'S DRUG STORE. li - . - -' We Qordia Y 43 invite . w ji Fa rm and Sfock. W. D. Walker 6old a o SKIN AFFECTIONS - 2 year old home Wlietfwr Oh fefe Or Gtwb to Robert Rankin for S1T5.00 Person Cured By Zso John Bell Jones of Somerset sold to Burton a small mule for $100. E. C. McWhorter bought of Joe Pope ten 125 lb shoats for 8cts per pound. Thomas Rankin bought of Arch Kav anaugh a mule for S200. rive-year-o- ld And Zesso Seap. AT - Reason For It. e men in the ci "I like flee nad Jaggsby seems so stupid." "Oh, Jaggsby is the most wideawake man I know." "I never thought ho was enterpwide-awak- I CA OOOOOOOOOPOOOOOXJol rising-." UNUSUAL OFFER sold to California Hon. Abram Renick of Clark county parties a shorthorn bull for 8,000. TO SELL YOUR TOBACCO. OVER OUR BREAKS W i M i 11111 We sold last week over half million pounds in five days and over one million pounds, since January 23.25 and the best 1st, with less than ten thousand pounds in rejections. As usual we topped the market individual average on an entire crop 15.50 on ten thousand pounds. With seven active competetive buyers representing the largest factories in this and foreign counties, makes Danville as good a market as any in the hurley district. With the best lighted house in Kentucky with a TOBACCO Auctioneer with no superior on any break. Coupled7,vith experienced Tobacco Wen as floor managers to show you HOW to place your Tobacco to the best advantages, tells the story WHY we can serve your interest just a little better than the other fellow. Don't forget the name. D ANy IfekE TOBACCO .WAREHOUSE CO. INCORPORATED. WALNUT STREET. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Free Insurance Free Stables. No Charge for Rejectors. fa'tiimii'H wiT'TiTm i"iP'riammKVTfiFrr'rTi " Tobacco On w The loose floor sale W. K. Leavell bought 16 weanling calves of J. T. Hays of Lincoln county yon this tmsiial ( tfer. for 8S 25 per head. ZEMO is a clear liquid for external W. B. Burton bought 5 mules 5 to 7 use that has cured so nvmy cases of years old Monday from different par- eczema, pimples, dandruff and other ties at an average price of S200. per forms of skin eruption ZEMO and head. ZEMO soap are the most economical An old straw stack is an attraction as well as the cleanest and most pffiec to the hogs on a cold night, but such five treatment for affections of the a sleeping place is bad for the hogs skin or scilp, whether on infant or grown person. It breeds vermin. LIVE STOCK KAJCKET. Farmers are beginning to break up scd land, at this rate if the weafhei CINCINNATI UNION ftTOCK YARDS. coutiuues suitable they will get a J.in. 20. Koga Cattle bbeep good start with their spring plowing. 7N8 Kfcel;its , rj :wj Shipments QO i were only aooutloO cattle on There CATl'MC: Shippers 23 $5 the market Monday, ranging from Butcher steers extra S tf5 75 weanlings to 800 pound feeders. The Good to choice 4 7.4 entire lot changed hands at prices Common to fair 3 &tt t SO . 405-ranging from 4 to aj cents per pound. HcffeH. extra Good to choice i M$53 a M t "in .. The Messrs. Rankin, of Lancaster, Li.inuion to fair .J...... 4 ;.yi:Oi Ky.. are among the most successful (V.v.n. extra Good to choice 415J mule buyers and shippers in Gariaid Common to fair -. a iOGH 00 Couutv. They have already shinned a Canncrs j 50&t 75 43Y$.U) number of carloads, and are still buj-in- Hulls balognas The R.E. eUbfrr8& Non Dm Store says to everv perc.i, belt mm, woman or child, who has an Irritated tendur or itching skin to come to our store hiuI proem a In tt!e of ZfcMO and a pike of ZEMO soap and if ym. are not entirely stHfiefl with result come' hnclt and net you- - tnorv?: Vo. confident are we of the efficacy of this clean, simple treatmen, that we make him wide awake. "He isn't. That is not what makes He's got insomnia." ATTENTI Don't loose vnur religion hy Shi yourself on Sunday but trei shal Stung. f "I guess. she is sorry that she sued the Saturday before at the old reliable barber shop. him for breach of promise." "Why, did she lose?" HENRY DUNCAN'S "No, not yet, but when she testified Barber Shop ox Richxoxd street. always ki3sed her good-nlb- t .that be he explained, that it was because sho -- reminded '" him so forcibly of hij mother." A Sad Case. "Do you remember Riggles?" Jersey Bull igu. Hemy Simpson 8842 Season "He was quite a popular boy at school." "So he was." 'Tin darned if I ever thought he'd grow up to bo a vegetarian." Considerably Cramped. "Goodness mo! Look at those people coming out of a door backward." "Yei." J. W. fl. SWEENEY. J. TINSLEY, Kentucky. "Where?" "Across the hall." County Surveyor. PHONE 329-- J. OQce over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. tt 30 "Oh. that's H'fTkins and his wife going to the theater. Their flat isn't Lancaster, large enough to turn around in." Ruling Passion. Motoring Doctor Well, Mr. Nlbbs, what are the symptoms? Mr. Xibbs Lassitude, doctor a ?ense of fullness and a general disinclination to do anything. Motoring Doctor Oh, you have been exceeding the speed limit M. A. P. HE WAS TRYING. i 1 LOWELL, ."actioneei KENTUCKY. Get him to cry your sales. Best of references. g. it 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 for rejections and will sell your tobacco until you are satisfied with the price you receive. All insurance is carried by us and your tobacco is protected from the minute it enters our house until it is sold. Experienced men in charge of all departments to guard your interest. Our advice, as is the advice of all tobacco 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 of bees plant a Fairtogood small plot of buckwheat. It is one of Common ttud large .. tee finest known honey producers. It UObri : good packers and botchers is a splendid fertilizer.deep rooted and Mixtd packers w 11 help to fill up where land ib in- - fetuKrf Common to choice heftvy fat cows c ined to wash. Light sbippera figs. (J10 ibiaudlesn) . Fourteen million night hundred and e II KEI: extra a raiser If you are Kxtra Fat bulls i Ai.VKS: eatr :ll,(515 019 4 7Ti." 3tig! 75 S0G4 9.a w 4 Go .... s tttfl s l 8 (tfc y id 5 i-- fl SO 7 30 h 7 l.Vt jv i" 8 I?. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. thousand two hundred liood to choice head of livestock were shipped into Common to fair Chicago during the yea. 1910, aceoid- - LAMr.3: txtra Good to choice ing to the annual report of the Union Common to fair Stockyards Company, just issned, twenty-nin- e five-yea- 4VrOOr) 3 7.i1j 1 11 2 n30 ft j;. tod 57&u i 4 Mia.:, .At M. K. Denny, DENTIST Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. the Queen and Crescent Railway. Col. I. M. Dunn is the auctioneer who sells at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse; he has had twenty-fiv- e years experience in the production of burley tobacco; his judgement on tobacco you get free. He is ably assisted by C. C, Lucas, of North Carolina, who is an auctioneer of large experience in the loose leaf market. W. B. Burton bought a iold horse of Curtis for S1S5 one of Mr. Lee for S150. one of M. E. liu-- The undersigned nereby give w.iru tin of Pulaski for SI50. one of T. Pol intr to ali per&on uot to trespass upon lard for $140. one of Rubel for Sl(w. and two of unknown parties at S1S5 our lands for any purpose whatever. is we will prosecute ail offenders to and 8145.00 : ullt t extent of the law. Hunters and Automobiles are decreasing in pi ice Fishermen especially take notice. and horses are increasing in value. J 1.0 M Farra Squire B. Parsons Ski & U B Price No fear of the horse ever being sup- W S Ferguson W A Price planted by these, or any other me- E Filer ring chanical power on earth, or that he W rf Kuibry b L Rich will lose his rank as a profitable ani- MkP W Kinnaird T A Elitiu mal for the farmer to raise for Dave Thompson J W Sweeney -- POSTED H. J. PATRICK, Maud I do so lovp soldiers. Oh, why are not you a ron of Mars? Tom Well, I'm doing my best to ba ain't I? her Tom-- , soa-Ia-la- Dentist, All "Work Guaranteed. Paint Lick, . 1M9-U- Kentucky. marketing purposes. ZTLJice Mrh PEOPLES' TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Phone No 50. DAVE ROSS, Solicitor in Garrard County Incorporated. CO. DANVILLE, KY. H u urry. Near L&N nal movement is now assuming large proportions. Last woek over 5,000,000 bushels were exported, with Argentina in the lead with 2,273.000 bushels, compared with 1,503,000 bushels from the United States. Mr, Other countries areselling corn free- D B Anderson H (J Ami-Ily, and it appears that the internatio- W. G. Anderson, H. C Hamilton, Jas Sutton Hebecca West Mrs E Daniels Advice. have no wish to harry Your ftetinss, or to hurt. Hut if on are Do not wear a hobble skirt. TS lww-IeKqe- DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. d L. H. Brown G. Y. Conn T. W. Copsi J. G. Conn .1 . G. Piljriaaaue Tobaro Co. Clark. Mrs Micgie EonldeD, Dr W Burnett. OfEice over Logan's store. Suggesting a Long Wait. "Mr. Tt:!n. has insulted me!" Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 75. -What did he do, Clara Bell?" "When h .aw me standing under the mistleue lie brought me a chair." Natural Reasons. "Why I: 3 J. S. Bogie of Mt. Sterling, C. G. Gay, R "n .. E. G. Ilammack. one W. E. LeavelJ, John Boian. um Mowers of QUALITY. "Beca'1 e si.e you boat named the Hen?" has hatches and lays i Bring your Tobacco to the Depot. of the most extensive farmers and to' A stock raisers of Montgomery count) was here this week. Mr. Bogie wished to buy a car load of feeding cattle, but as that class of stock is iaagely sought after by local stock raisers, he was unable to secure any thing in that line, Mr. Bogie was also on the lookout for good yearling mu!es. A new high record price was set in the mule market at Elizabethan, Hardin county, Ky., last week, when Rod Warlield purchased two car loads of mules from Bond Brothers at an average of $2G0 per head. There weie about sixty head in the lot, making the bunch bring about glG.000. He also bought a load of 31 from John at about S178 a head and picked up another load from various parties on the streets. The entire lot cost over $25,000. This is considered the largest price ever paid for a load of mules in this county. rigi:r 'JreWrMTfTitTBIBr-klamiit- . ssrap WINTER TOURIST TICKETS M. Lware McKoberts. Hughes & Swinebroad jL AMD jl cJ? ji ALL SOUTKERj RESORTS REAL ESTATE. . iLP Sell Farms on low Commission. Titles Abstracted. Phone 221. U 'friwSSfSSJ Dr. J. 6. Kinnaird, Otlice Phone S9 Physican and Surgeon Office Danville street. r JKg JKWf" 3"1BSTJH SEsza GOOD RETUP.MiNG UNTiL MAY 31, QU. FL'LL PARTICULARS, CALL Richmond Tobacco Warahou We are in a position to take care of you day or night and will also take care of your stock FREE OF CHARGE. Record prices received at our sales last week. Residence Phone 9. Bra-she- ar m 0,1 ANY ACENT 101 UEEN & CRESCENT ROUTE, Call and see us for a good U I!. C. KING, Patscngcr nd Ticket Agent, E. Main St., LEXINGTON, KY. vsssssaBTSBasaasaBssisEmaasx 3 Hair Cut and Clean Shave. The Only Two White Barbers In Town. SSHHHBHBHll Jas Friend's tobacco brought 24 c, 634, 7 V, 12 M, 10.2 30c, Competent men to handle your tobacco and plenty of buyers always on hand. be convinced. Give us a trial and Blood Poison. Cured By The Marvel of The B. B. Century, B. mm W$$ mi? iftv ivi 8fe&P highest market fhice paid list mentioning Shis ad. m W! on Con.miion. Wri'e for price- - Tested For 30 Years. kM ferflTESCOi L0UISV!LLE,Ky. Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Company. Near te. & N. Depot. Richmond, K?ntuc!. TREATMENT FREE, Drives out blood poison in any stage permanently, without deadly mercury with pure botanical ingredients, to prove it we willsend you a SAMPLE kJ' U .'s'J-2StiffirJl T.Ti lr?jijgv f3 ' See the tall sign, Xortn side of Public Square. M. HOUSE. ATTORNEY. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER afld COUNTY Will Practice in all State Courts and TJ. S. District Court. over Police Court. Phone 194. Office Last TO If you do . Itching Humors, Swellings, Mucus Patches, Bone Pains, offensive Pimples or eruptions, take B. B. B., (Botanic Blood, Balm). All symptons heal quickly, Blood is made pure and rich, completely changing the entire body into a clean, healthy condition, healing every sore and stopping all aches, pains and itching, curing the worst case ef blood poison. Druggists or by express, 81.00 per large bottle, with directioes for home cure. Samples sent free by writing Blood Balm Co., Atlanta, Ga., Describe your trouble and free medical advice given Sold by F. P Frisbie. If you have Ulcers, Eating Sores Lancaster swar'rswsvja;vv!gsas Dry Cleaning Co La- Cleaning Water Bills and all City dies and and Pressing Men's Garments. .. TAX PAYERS 1 IQVP 1 yiiU lisif M atauL ss a &gg 'n et Once. Shoe Repairing. Phone 340. Public Square. Second band clothes sold on commission. h. ltf. Faulkner, fligr. Office Hours 12. 1 not pay your TAXES by FEBRUARY st your property will be advertised for Sale in The Central Record. Save yourself this embarrassment and save me this trouble. " I FARMER'S COLUMN C0 OOOOWOOOO9OOOOOW0fro3 opace "below this beading is for the exclusive use' of our farpier subscribers, and is for the sale of stock, grain aud such things on farm as .the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, andi will be only in two issues of the BECOBDTfree of charge You raust attend to this at once and save further cost B. F. Walter. If Taxes are not paid by Phone DENTIST. Ky. Lancaster, February 1st your property will I have just opened up a new, clean Barber Shop be advertised for sale. Office over 8 a. m. to p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drag Store. 65. GEO T. BftLLflRD, i ;... Sheriff 0. 6. -,. A good, blood red short horn cow will dropcaTf Feb.,12, by a registered phort bormbull, S. H.Aldridge.Hyattsvllle, Ky., pbine 339 TJ. -- ... ''--' - l. a HERRON, City Marshal. "! on Lexington street next to the post office and will be glad to have my friends to call and see me. Clean Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention JOHN DUNCAN, I 1 -ivr 4& HLW x , i -- V.a-. - - - '& ; Tf 1 J iV.