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The ssd intelligence of the death of Mr. Jacob Joseph brought sorrow to the hearts of Garrard county people on Saturday morning. He passed peaceful- ly away at 12:30 o'clock. Saturday morn ingat his home on Danville street in this city, surrounded by his sorrowing family and friends. Mr. Joseph has been in failing health for several months, but with that energy for which he was noted, he persisted in being up and around and was on the streets as late as Thursday. Heart failure was the immediate cause of his .y, Ifc.""! lwH4.f ".'" " TWENTY FIRST YEAR. LANCASTER, KY.. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1911. sha"' Look Sec the Bowman show house Wednesday night. NUMBER 43. Sf3X&33t3l30.DM5t4Si3 lining 2 fiV&l udnfrfy H n w GST a a 'A n "S 2 s. Mr C ?j 3 t. PJT A J s: rXZ&?Sr anap- - Mrs. Elizabeth Hoskins, aged 85 years the mother of Mt3. C. B. Planery, who '! Any of our subscribers can get the daily Courier Journal for 8 months for resiues near nyaii3viuet aiea on j.ues-d:t- y of the infirmities of old age. Her ?1.50. remains were taken to Berea for inter- Born to the wife of S. R. FoK'y, the ment on Wednesday. Hackley merchant, on Thursday night, No in Garrard. a nine pound girl.' The tobacco barn beionging to Mr. Bowman's show at the Court house well at- W. V. Gastineau, the burning of which next Wednesday night will be is mentioned in another column, was tended. Dont miss it only a few hundred yards from the railMr. W. A. Burton of Buckeye, Ky, road, and as many tramps have been is very sick, His son Mr W. B. Bur- - annoying the people of the vicinity of tin has been at his bedside for several late, the theory that the barn was fired by tramps is generally days. accepted. The reports sent out that A six months old infant of Mr. and night riders were the cause of the burn,f Mrs. Thompson Arnold Jr. died at ing is erroneous. There never was, is I their home on the Danville p'.ke Satur- - not at present, and we hope and believe !. day and its remains were intered m the there will never be any night riders in j ' Lancaster cemetery Sunday afternoon. Garrard county. , I Soe the big show at the Court house next Wednesday night. Aged Lady Dead. 1 m m PLEASE Pay Your Account night-ride- j rs death. I Mr. Joseph came to this county from Prussia, where he was born in 1853, and to Lancaster in 1880, where he embar ked in the merchantile buisness. With tj j t-- J Now is a good time to get 'l Xf . ' f ! Ten applicants took the examination Mrs. Bell dead. for common school diplomas before the The many friends of Mrs. Elizabeth Countv Board of Examiners in Super- Young Bell will be grieved to hear of intendent Jenrie Iliggin's office Friday. thpm roro white and five eol- - her death which occured at her home Fivo fi-- NOW! We Need The Money. the exception of one year he has been a resident of Lancaster since that time, and by his honesty and fair dealing has won a place in the hearts of Garrard county people which is accorded to few men. Mr. Joseph married Miss Elizabeth Fox of Eaton O., and as a result of that union were born Mrs. Charles Davis of Chattanooga Tenn. Adolph Joseph of Peru Ind. and Arthur Joseph of this place, all of whom with one brother and two sisters, Mr. Sam Joseph and Mrs. Dora Budweski of Cincinnati and Mrs. Celia Levisohn of New York, survive him. No citizen has been taken from the community in recent years who will be more sadly missed than Mr. Joseph. He was a loving and devoted husband and father, a kind and true friend and an upright and conscientious citizen, especially will he be missed by the various lodges with which he was affillia-teHe had reached the highest honors attainable in the local Masonic, K of P and Odd Fellows lodges, and in each of them he had his special work to perform, in which he was almost indispensable. All members feeling that their lodge work was lacking unless Brother Joseph was present to assist. Kind, charitable, always willing to lend a helping hand to those sick or in distress, regardless of color, class condition. No person was sick in the community that he did not call to tender his sympathy and assistance, often times going for miles in the country to visit a sick or distressed friend. Jewish by birth and faith, he was exemplary in his religion, yet throughly tolerant of others in their religious as well as all other views. He was unselfishly devoted to the interests of his home town, its educational institution being his especial pride. He had served many times as a member of the school board. He had also served several times as a member of the City council. His remains were escorted to the early morning train Monday, members of the Masonic fraternity acting as pall bearers, deputations from the Knights of Pythias and Odd Fellows lodges accompanying them. The family was accompanied to Cincinnati by a number of friends, where on Monday afternoon all that was mortal of Jacob Joseph was laid to rest in the Jewish Cemetary on Walnut Hills. d. ored . t l:.li f u tion. ituuy Lauoon cunuiu;uu iur iL u rlomnorntip nomination for State Allddi- tor was in town Wednesday mixing with friends. Mr. Lalloon is very pon- ular over the state having lead the tick et in the last gubernatorial election at which time he was a candidate fo State Tresurer. t- T r in HaiTodsburg Tuesday morning as a that IRK 'WW V'j Tj .. '" IP153 i?'1? fsi3 "WT r "Aunt" Sally Denny, a highly e ? re- - result of injuries received in a street car accident in Seattle, Wash., in April last. Judge W. Con Bell her husband was killed in the wreck at the time Mrs. Bell was injured. Mrs. Bell was well known here where she was very popular. When Judge Bell was on the bench she frequently came over and remained with him during the entire term of the Garrard Circuit Court. while they are cheap. WATCH THIS SPACE. fH i gy Eft v& rJ wtll s 6 Cal MJ && P.J ss EJ eM ss Lancaster, Ky. &f CS3XS2XS3XS2 rS83C82.?3CSS33&3lQ 'home on the Stanford pike on January Shugars. years. For- Wth, aged seventy-thre- e A telegram was received here Tues,vwii.1ir oli lime tVin clnvu nf .Tnsflnli day announcing the sudden death of a v6 Buniside, of Garrard county. She was a worthy woman and had many friends former young man of this community, among the white people. Danville Ad- 0. W. Shugars, now of IndianapolisJ The deceased was about 35 years of age vocate. and had been residing in Indianapolis There has been no change in the last about 5 years where he was engaged in week in the tobacco situation, with tl e the insurance business. "Ode" as he exception of tin fact that in many was familiarly known here was a favorte counties considerable activity is foeirg being very affable in manner. He was j displayed among the farmers opposed the second son of Judge William Seug-ar- s ' and besides the aged father leaves t, taking the form of pub- fc$ to the lie meetings, petitions, and in fact pur-- one brother W. K. Shugars, and four suing about the same line of action as sisters. The remains were brought here for interment. The sympathy of ?-- " the advocates of r- the entire community goes out to the ; Mr. John N. Ross who resides on the bereaved family. Stanford pike in the White Oak neigh-iBefore the fire insure with Gaines. It borhood has purchased of Mr. J. P. r Prather his grocery and meat market Big Crop of Tobacco Burned. on the public suuaro and will take pos-Mr. Ross On the night of Jatiuary 26th a large session in about ten days. 4 will move to town and will occupy the tobacco barn on what is known as the i? rnoJrlonfo nf Mr Prntlipr on Stanford Squire Schooler farm on Back Creek in j street, which he also purchased, togeth- - this county, belonging to Mr. W. V. ti er with the stock yards property for Gastineau was destroyed by fire. The $2,500. barn contained 14,000 pounds of tobacco, bulked, stripped and ready for market, all of which was destroyed. The tobacco belonged to Mr. Gastineau and his tenants, A. I. McGuire, Geo. Lear and Will and Wade Kavanaugh, and w Vv: ...''. cut-ouV HASELDEN BROS. oocoooooooooox: "no-crop- ." U I w r ! &S g m In order to make room for my large ! Spring Stock of Goods, for if I 4 Your Account Is' Past Due. ' i j I was an exceptionally fine crop. The supposition is that the barn caught fire by tramps smoking in it, as there had been no fire in the stripping room for several days. Mr. Gastineau was in Lexington at the time of the fire arranging for the sale of his crop. He had insurance on the barn to the amount of $G00 and $1,300 on the crop. Mr. Gastineau sustained a considerable loss as the barn cost him about $1,000 and .he expected to realize at least 12 cents for the tobacco. Atempt To Secure The Body Of B. Saufley George Thirty Days vv. 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. W. J. EomansB JJggjj I I I Need The Money. rLlUMH uiliij ABU Mil LB. i B H. T. Lo&an 1 Just received a new line of j I E (an J'v'vi H Rubber Bwrts and Shoes ffii vv vl i Ih ! J . Ghouls attempted to snatch the body of George B. Saufley on Monday night from the Buffalo cemetery in Stanfopd. They removed the earth from the grave down to the wooden box which encased J the coffin, but were scared away, supposedly by the barking of dogs and the Guaranteed 41 percent protein. Write for prices. moving of a light in neighboring houses Srsp'.cion points to a Mrs. Harrison who Ky. WILLIAM A. bought a spade at a local store Tuesday Represented in Lancaster by Hudson & Hughes. Established 1901. afternoon, and whose actions were pe"Uucle Tram" Conn Dead. culiar, and who did not give a satisfact-r- y After a short illness of pneumonia explanation of her actions on the Mr. J. T. Connn breathed his last on flfgMfrtfllrtfllEfrrtiJgfrllJemL OJMlMllrtfMpjBfJglrg. night in question to detectives who inSaturday night at his home in Wilmore terrogated her. A warrant was sworn out for her arrest, but she has not yet Ky. Mr. Conn, had he lived until next March, would have reached the ripe been apprehended. old age of 89 years. George B. Saufley was a prominent The following children survive him, young attorney at the Stanford bar, and Messrs. James, John, Thomas and Fred was a son of the late Judge M. C. Saufof this county, Mrs. Scott, of Texas, Blue-Gra- ss ley. He died in March 1910 of typhoid William and Miss Virginia, who lived fever. with him, Tram Conn of Oklahoma, George Y. of San Diego, Cal., and Guyn. Lieutr Ed. Conn of the Philippian ConThe remains of Hariett Norris Guyn stabulary, Luzon P. I. Until a year were laid to rest in the Lancaster Cem- ago Mr. Conn lived in this county, but etery on Sunday January 28th. The sold his farm on the Richmond pike funeral services were conducted by near town and removed to Wilmor the Rev. Frierson at Old Paint Lick where he purchased a farm, however Presbyterian church of which the de- he still called Garrard county his home. ceased had been a faithful and consi"Uncle Tram", as he was familiarly AND stent member since early childhood. known was one of Garrard's oldest and Mrs. Guyn before her marriage was a best citizens and his removal to another Miss Mitchell the daughter of William county was greatly regretted by his and Sallie Mitchell. On her maternal friends and neighbors. Contains Protein: 17.89 per cent; Fat 624 per cent. He had long been a faithful attendside she was related to the illustrious Leavel family, her mother was a sis- ant at the Methodist church where fu Made from corn, bran and cottonseed meal. Guaranteed to ter of John Y. Leavel deceased, she neral services were held on Tuesday give satisfaction. was a first cousin of Lewis Y. Leavel, afternoon, conducted by Rev. Clark, of Mesdames Dorcas L. Walker and J. A. Wilmore, assisted by Rev. C. C. Brown Doty, all of whom have preceded after which the remains were interred cemetery. her in death. Mr. and Mrs. Guyn had in the Lancaster Call phone No. 56. only one child Walker, who with his Maccabees Notice. family live in this county. The deceasI am authorized to collect the month ed spent all of her life in and near Blue-Gra- ss was a kind and affec- ly assessment and will kindly ask that Paint Lick. She wife and mother and ever ready all members who wish to retain their tionate to help one in distress, and the applaud- - insurance to call and pay dues within H. V. it "Well done Good and faithful servant the next ten days as I will not have enter in to thy rest", will be hers for time to look you up. Arthur Joseph. It ever. The Feeed That Fattens 0 BURNETT, Louisville, USE Mixed Feed FOR Milk Cows, Sheep POULTRY. v $1.40 per hundred. $26.00 per ton. Creamery. Bastin, Prop. m 'rnglgpl'iWailMrBlirglli WIIrJSrlMlgJfrIlTfiriih . j.- - ,t -- - ' Former Lancastrian Honored. on "Twenty Presidents of the United States," which appears in The Youth's Mr. W. H. Harris, of this city, was Companion on February 16th, that no last week at a meeting of the directors man tan icau uie uutuiuciiLdijf uiaiui,y Qf tne jarks Hill Assembly, neiu in ANNOUNCEMENTS of Abraham Lincoln's administration, Carlisle, elected as president of the especially his letters and state papers, assembly. W. I. Dorsey was elected and doubt that he was among the really vice president and I. B. Rose, secreWe are authorized to announce Hon. few great men who have lived in the tary and treasurer. The Board of DiCharles A. Hardin a candidate for world." rectors is composed of W. H. Harris, Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial DisDr. J. Banta Glenn, H. M. Taylor, I. County Judge Gilbert of Shelby B. Rose and W. I. Dorsey. Mr. H. M. trict, at the November election, 1911, subject to the action of the Democrat- county has offered a reward of $200. Tavlor. who has served as manager of ic party. for the return to custody of Jim West, the Assembly for several years with colored, charged with unlawfully de- much success was again chosen to fill taining a woman. West it will be re- that position. Reciprocity Agreement Between United membered is one of the negroes taken The above article clipped from the from jail by the Shelbyville mob, but Bourbon News refers to William H. States and Canada. who made his escape from them. Judge Harris, a son of Judge and Mrs. E. W. mond. Representatives of the United States Gilbert severely critizes Governor Harris of this place. Mr. Harris is Mr. Mose Davis of Crab Orchard and Canadian goverments have reached Willson for his failure to offer a reward agent for the L. & N. R. R. Co. at visited Mr. Mai Carter and family last H B.E flak a reciprocity agreement, which if rati- for West. Paris. week. fied by congress, will eventually lower I AND Mrs. Forest Stapp has returned from the prices of food stuffs in the United School Notes. Miss Alice Loyd who has been promiLouisville where she has been under States, and which is a modification of a nent in all the efforts to organize the WITH There are forty seven Tuition pupils treatment. objectionable features of tobacco growers in Kentucky, has writfew of the enrolled for the second term of this h the tariff bill. Miss Mae Broaddus spent Saturday ten a letter to Senator Paynter seeking The agreement was sent to Congress to enlist his aid in having the data of school year, the largest number for the and Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Floyd on Wednesday with an urgent message the supplies on hand by the trusts col- past four years. The entire enrollment Curtis Point Leavel. IV so? &I(I. from President Taft for its adoption. lected and distributed among the farm- , for the year, has reached about thirty Mrs. R. C. Broaddus was with her PflR uu &OLDS R Tflal Bottle Fizz However, it is not to have smooth sail- ers in the shape of public documents, more than at this time in any previous sister, Mrs Lewis Dillon of Cottonburg it AND ALL THROAT AND LUNG TR0UELES. ing, the advocates of a protective tar- thus enabling the farmer to regulate year. The school building is crowded the first of the week. capacity, fortunately we G VARANTJiED BailSJi'Alfi.ViiJ iff being against it and already predict- his acreage in accordance with the visi- to its utmost Mrs. Jennie Broaddus and nephew. have escaped all panics of contagious OR HONEY REFUNDED. ing its defeat. The President is very ble supply on hand. diseases; consequently the school at- -. Bradley Kersey spent Saturday and much in earnest about the matter and tendance has been excellent, and class Sunday with her daughter, Mrs. Edd R. E. McRoberts Drugstore is quoted as saying that he would, in The Court of appeals this week deSimpson. the event of the failure of this congress cided that the Fiscal Court must keep work good. The Honor Roll for the to ratify it, take it to the next congress, clean, comfartable and in good order month ending January the twenty 3GOOD NEWS. following pupils' and if he deemed it necessary call an the rooms in the court house of all the seventh shows the -fiit--j7T Primer grade Lula Anderson, Sarah Many Lancaster Readers Have Heard It &--? county officials. The Fiscal Court of extra session. iras A&3&S. ?.l&ffiWSSSfiM Chief among the items of the agree- Adair county made an appropriation Bland, Mattie Lee Cox, Henry Clay i ? ji "ii-.' l and Profited Thereby. Cox, Eugenia Dunlap, Judith Daniels, ment is the admission into the United for cleaning the court room, but re"Good news travels fast," and the States without duty of wood pulp and quired the county officials to clean their Johnnetta Farra, Jane Haselden, Cecil print paper. This is a signal victory own rooms. The matter was carried to Henry, Rebekah Sister, Elizabeth Ter-ril- l, thousands of bad back sufferers in LanJohn Wm. Tinder, Yantis Embry. caster are glad to learn that prompt for the newspaper men and publishers the Court of Appeals when decided as Grade 1 Christine Brown, Stella relief is within their reach. Many a of the country, and something for above mentioned. which they have long been working. Brown, Lucile Ballou, Eugene Cochran, lame, weak and aching back is bad no Canada gets a special tariff rate of Some of the papers are mentioning Elisha Carrier, Louverne Dickerson, more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills, ten cents per ton on iron ore and special Judge Lewis L. Walker in connection Minnie Jennings, Margaret Lynn, Ida Thousands upon thousands of people rates on dressed lumber and aluminum. with the republican nomination for Murphey, Eugenia Moss, Raymond are telling the good news of their exBarbed wire and tin plate are placed Governor. No better timber could be Pearman, Bettie Respass, Walker perience with the Old Quaker Remedy. on the free list by both countries. found in that party and, Eighth district Robinson, Russell Sanford, Joe Ramsey, Here is an example worth reading: Mrs. Nancy A. Logan, E. Main St., Second grade Mary Brown, Stella American fruits and cotton seed oil republicans and in fact, a great numgo into Canada free of duty. ber in this section of the state would Henry, Martha Ward Sweeney, Mitch- Stanford, Ky., says: "I scarcely know how to express my gratitude to Doan's Agricultural implements, clocks, ba- undoubtedly be behind him if he de- ell Tinder. con, hams, lard, fresh and canned cided to run. Interior Journal. Third grade Carrie Bell Romans, Kidney Pills in return for the benefit Office Phone 31. Residence Phone meats, canned vegetables, flour, wheat Margaret Cook, George Swinebroad, they have brought me. My back seemLANCASTER. KY. and other grains, fish, eggs, poultry, The House of Representatives on Bowman Grant, Berenice Champ, Clay- - ed to have given out entirely and at cattle and sheep are placed on the re- Tuesday by a vote of 188 to 159, decid-- 1 ton Morrow, Mary Adams, Mary Davis, times pained me terribly. I often beciprocal list, carrying the lowest duty ed in favor of San Francisco and against Louise Lynn, Clay Miller, Vivian Pray- - came so weak and lame that I was alt charged by either couutry. New Orleans as the city m which an ther, William Kinnaird, Hudson r risbie, most prostrated. I was also annoyed exposition to celebrate the opening of Pearl Dickerson, Willie Christine San- - by a kidney weakness. Learning of Beginning of Our Second Year as Editor. the Panama Canal in 1915 shall be held ders, Coleman Arnold, Earl Jennings, Doan's Kidney Pills, I began their use Minnie May Robinson, Kathleen Brat-- and they not only relieved my backache With the current issue begins our King Manuel the deposed King of i ton, Joe Ballou, Wesley Dickerson, bnt restored my kidneys to a normal second year as editor, with what suc- Portugal has been allowed a pension of j Anna Bell Crutchfield. condition." For sale by all dealers. cess we leave to our patrons to judge. $3300. per month by the Portugese n Co., Fourth grade Mildred Beazley, Chris- Price 50 cents. We feel that it is unnecessary for us Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the Wonder how much he received tine Sanders, Annie Reed, James Siler, to say that we appreciate the liberal in salary before he was deposed. John Harvey Estes, Gladys Frisbie, United States. patronage of the public, as well as the the name Doan's and Florence Acton, Jesse Austin, Val Cook, Remember many favors that have been conferred take no other. Tom L. Johnston, noted democratic Robinson Cook, Ruth Carrier, Mary upon us, as well as the many kind politician and advocate of reduced Lee Lear, Merlyn Walker, James Tinwords of encouragement spoken here HARKSBUlil. der, Mary Owsley, Robert Brown and there, which serve to brighten street car fares, is suffering from Fifth grade Georgia Moss, Charlie Miss Susan Allie Dunn was in Lex- life's rugged pathway, and which so Bright's disease and his death is expected at any time. Elmore, Lucy Pollard, Will Rice Amon, ington Saturday. materially assists in solving the many &i Vanetta Spoonamore, William Kavan-augperplexing problems which confront an J J. W. Woods of Lexington was here Sallie Cox, Nellie Cox, Annie editor. last week on business. Waning Evil. Powell, Alice Rigney. As for the future, we shall bend our Mr. Luther Brooks of the Lexington Sixth grade Katherine Bourne, Robevery effort toward giving you as readThe Daily Advocate at Danville, KenHerald is here on a visit. able a paper as possible, keeping as tucky, for a number of years has been ert Kinnaird, Dalton Rich, Alexander The many friends are sadened to well as we are able abreast of the making a strenuous light against the Robinson, Joe West. If your grocer pleases you hear the death of Rev Jones wife. times, and one that we trust will be a bringing of what it terms "snide" Seventh grade Calebl Arnold, Anna Mark Goins sold his crop of tobacco ' in every particular, you pleasure as well as a profit to our sub- damage suits against railway compan- Bell Ballard, Nannie Bratton, Gracie scribers. ies. In circnit court in Danville last Mae Cochran, Mamie Dunn, Stanley at Lexington getting for it 7 cents. have no cause for changWe are better prepared than ever week, Judge L. L. Walker threw out Herron, Allen Johnson, Florence JohnMr. W. I. Marksbury of Lexington before to serve the public in an accep- on peremptory instructions the case of ston, Mae Powell, Ora Prather, Carrie has returned after a visit to his father ing table manner, having equipped our of- Shorty Jones against the Queen and Reid, Janie Terrill. and friends-Mis- s Even WE can do no more fice with new and type and Cresent Route. In the first place Brady Kay Jenkins left Sunday for Eight grad Jennie Cox, Bessie Cox, other modern improvements, and a Harlan contracted with the railway com- Stella Sanders, Elma Singleton, Bessie Jacksonville Fla, to be with her sister than that. very excellent office force to assist us pany to carry a car load of cross ties Wilkerson, Bradley Bourne, Jennie who is quite ill. from one point to another in the Dan- Lawrence, Helen Robinson, Viola Trib-blBut if you think some of in our work. Mr. John Swope and wife and little To our excellent corps of country ville yards. Harlan then hired Jones son of Danville were with his parents making a shift, we would correspondents we extend our thanks to assist in the work. On the first trip, Ninth grade Robert Arnold, Carl Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Swope Sunday. and trust we may retain their services. Jones let a tie fall and mash his great Acton, be glad to give you the Elizabeth Collier, Lucian Grant, Mrs. Nancy Adkison and daughter We have with us this year Mr. toe. Forthwith, through kis attorneys, Patsy Kinnaird, Bernie Lear, Ector , Miss Dicie of McCreary was at the bed best service of which we George Smith Jr., who will devote con- he sued the railway company for $1,000 Lawson, Emma Walker, Beulah Cotton, side of her sister Mrs. William Broadas siderable of his time to assisting us in damages. Judge Walker promptly Mary Holtzclaw. are capable. last week. gathering and compiling the news and threw this, as well as other simlar cases Mr. W. C. Greeing of Lexington was Tenth grade Frank Tinder, Mattie when another year has rolled round we out of court. In referring to this parOften and often we have case, the Advocate says editori- Adams, Kate Holtzclaw, Lillie May here a few days in the interest of his hope that we may look back upon it ticular cus turned Sutton. farm before going to Texas where he with pleasure, feeling that our efforts ally in a current issue: have not been in vain, believing that The legislature ought to pass a law Eleventh grade Curry Robinson, will locate in the near future. tomers into steady patTIT TvT. I T.TJ.ir. nnl ci Tr!1 rf the good people of Garrard county have prohibiting the filing of such damage Charles Dunn. rons. had the kind of "Record" they de- suits as this one. The heavy burdens D. W. Bridges Supt. Georgetown attended the funeral in , occasioned by courts costs must be paid serve and appreciate. Lancaster Sunday of his grandchild, the And we lose a surprising and taxes are already DANDRUFF by the AND ITCHING jnfant of Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Artoo high. This promiscuous damage few of the really particunold. Iflyitag Disaster. suit practice is one of the paramount SCALP YIELD TO THIS The sad news of the death of Mr. lar grocery buyers, who The Commoner agrees with us when causes for Kentucky's lack of growth, Wyatte Peaice who died of pneumonia 3t says if the press dispatches correctly as shown by the last census. In the 3 TREATMENT. at his home at Bunkie La., reached once become our customreport the action of the Kentucky state first pi ace, such methods prevent capital many His here several days ago. ers. f committee ' it is inviting disaster. A from coming into the State and on the Why experiment trying to drive the friends regret to hear of his death. refusal to include the selection of a other hand the enormous jury and court dandruff germ from uuderneath the . Try us on anything you like senator in the call for a primary cannot costs make high taxes. To the credit skin with greasy lotions or fancy hair- - The Deacons call a meeting of the "be explained on any theory consistent of Boyle county and Judge Walker such dressing when R. E. McRoberts & Son church next Sunday morning the nature We sell the best bread imporwith honest politics or the party's good. cases as these where the railway com- Drug Store will guarantee ZEMO and of this meeting will be of vital the church and they that comes to town. If the committee took the action report- pany is free from fault, are not permit- ZEMO SOAP to entirely rid the scalp tance to all the members whoearnestlya have consulting the candidates its ted to occupy any more time than is ab- of the germ life that causes the trouble. request ed without Try Stones Cake and Hu-bi- g ZEMO and ZEMO SOAP can be ob- spark of interest to be present at this conduct is inexcusable. If it acted up- -' solutely necessary. The railway comPies. on the suggestion of any candidate for panies have a fixed policy of paying all tained in any city or town iu America meeting. Mrs. M. F. Rout of Fayette county senate the name of the candidate 'just claims promptly without litigation. and are recognized the best and most the Bring us your Produce. should be given that the people may Only cases that have little or no merit economical treatment for all affections who who has just returned from a daughter know who it is who is not willing to al- are permitted to go to court. It use to of the skin or scalp whether on infant several i. weeks stay with her r i l a cnara mcuram 01 ureenvjire ' 1irs low the people to pass upon his right to be that the average jury would give or grown person. One shamnoo with ina anrMoatinr, nf 7.V.MC ' South Carolina was here last week the represent them. The time is passed damages against a railroad on most any ZFMO SOAP and when any man, claiming to be a demo- claim, but the educational awakening will stop itching and cleanse the scalp guest of her son Mr. Bob Rout and Mrs.-Johbimpson. crat, can innocently favor dark lantern of this century has wiped out the old of dandruff and scurf. choosing a senator. No prejudice. Nowadays a railway com- you to try ZEMO and We invite methods in afr Miit.J CAftr "Poi'til mow ivmw aillU democrat is fit for senator who is pany gets the same fair consideration ZEMO SOAP and if not entirely satis 5AIU11U J fied we will refund your money. C. & J. E. SJtormes. the people conscious- - as an individual." jfraid to trust 10 Tw rrrn'' 1UUM ",c nuuic 'I nnnn rnn inrnnnH iui rnn ness of unhtness is the only explana-- 1 Richmond- - baseball team, and well tionthat fits the case. From now on IHCOIJPOBATBD. tintU wq ggcura tha election of senators known to Lancaster ana was married Latonip last week to Miss Jane AS.EVED WEE1T. $1.00 A YEAR. bv pepuiar vote! a refusal to submit' Rojce. tne question to tne people ougnt to be GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor.' a conclusive argument against any life Saved At Death's Door. candidate. Kentucky cannot afford to Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster, Ky., imitate Illinois in its senatorial electi" I never felt so near my grave," as Second-Clas- s Mail Matter. ons. writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, Member Kentucky Press Association Tex., as when a frightful cough and The "Omnibus bill", which among and nloimo rf PKurnlioa firm lungs trouble pulled me down to 100 lim Eighth District Publishers League. pounds, in spite of doctor s treatment Fraternal organizations,! . contained K two years. My &, ,. father, mother and e for Lancaster, Ky., February 3, 1911. V ,u;u ,,., 1V1 UIC xt v VUU1 Wll w. j sisters died of consumption, and that I - .!. cuj t vrtiivit am alive to day is due solely to Dr. Bryantsville, was killed by the House King's New Discovery, which comple- Rates For Political Announcements Committee on claims. Senator Bradley Viaii QnfTnn QTin i 6 noo 'inaflir itinnnoo f For Precinct and City Offices . . . .$ 5.00 nacvyrr hie tr ntiinlir tViomHo ifTht' QfO and have been well and strong for years i,f wii n oo.Q; i,. Quick safe sure its the best remedy For County Offices 10.00 - m o..l" uu mil aguui uiot AAl.rrkn mll InmUnnn ClO" For State and District Offices.... 15.00 iiitcicgicu and vigorously pushed at .V Utl Cell. Wll rt. tUUglU LUlUf Idgl JPP, no taken up thma, croup and all throat and lung For Calls, per line 10 next session of congress. troubles. 50c and 1.00. Trial bottle 10 For Cards, per line free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts For all publications in the inter Henry Watterson fought on the Con- & Son. lm. est ot individuals or expresfederate side in the Civil War. But he sion of individual views, per can now say, and does say, in a paper The Central Record . m . a "-i -- PUBLIC SALE. I will offer at public out cry on 3 I Viil?' VY . ,- rwi, " w -- KIL I line Obituaries, per line 05 i 1 For Circuit Judge urday, Fcbruaay 4, m., at my piemiaas on Water street, the following 1 gentle driving mare; 1 lilly coming 2 years old; 1 or 2 Jersey heifers; also farming implements con- e wagon; 1 cutting sistingof 1 j harrow; 1 drag harrow; 1 Vulcan turn- nlow: waeon harness, plow gear, etc. carriage, 1 buggy and set 1 d Insurance Puzzle. of harness. Terms, all sums of ten doStart at No 1, the desireable risks llars and under cash all over that amt. are to be insured' for the total sum of a negotiable note for ninety days withTinder. $13,500. Total insurance on household out interest. F. In surveying these goods $5,000.00. risks, no one house will be visited twice. Give route taken. Give average amount insurance on houses, give average amount insurance on furniture. The undersigned hereby give warnGiven for first correct answer; Insur- ing to all persons not to transpass upon ance Policy, 1 years subscription to our lands for any purpose whatever as Record for second correct answeJ. we will prosecute all offenders to fulSend all answers to ED C. GAINES, lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and the Insurance Man. Only agent in Gar- Fishermen especially take notice. Sqnire R Parsons rard County representing nothing but Jno M Farra Ed & N B Price W S Ferguson insurance. W A Price E F Herring S L Rich 1SUUKKYE. W S Embry Mra P W Kinnaird T A Elkin Mrs. Jno. Teater continues quite ill. Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Jas Sutton Mr. William Burton is quite ill at Z T Rice Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels this writing. H C Arnold A. C. Miles was in Nicholasville and D B Anderson H C Hamilton, W G Anderson, Lexington the past week. G Y Conn H Brown Mr. Lem Teater bought of T. O. L W Conn J G Conn Hill a fine bay horse (Wilks) price $400. T G Clark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. J We are glad to that Mrs. Jesse Mrs Maggie Boulden Dr. W Burnett run wno nas oeen quite in is improv- C G Gay W K Leavell ing. John Boian E Dunn Miss Jennie Lee Dickerson left Mon- E G Hammock day to enter the Normal school at Rich- Booth Thompson R. E. Thompsan two-horsI two-seateI Sat1 o'n&pk p. at BestG nones as cheap as any is our aim. it estot Meats it Correct Weight cmd Courteous Treatment our invariable rule. Country Produce wanted at all times. f. POSTED Davidson A & Walker. H Car Load of John Beere Implem ents. Plows, Corn Planters, Drills and Harrows, Mowers and Sweep Rakes. Oliver and Vulcan Plows and Reoairs. American Fence. Heavier make, 2Sc. im ii ir Mi mi i . j the uuutsn CURE the LUNGS im i ii in i thiti- i inTi-r- nrw-fm- - Mm - -- m Majestic Ranges, Monitor Cook Payne-Aldric- ' Dr. King's New Discovert? iTOUCHS Stoves. 6 i 51 PE3 e la 6rA fcn s S i"3d 6 g b ra $ cSkq 8 hS Bm 9 fi Vi$s? A 2k5 m uv s umimoi I i? I I a - $W Tr.- Mf rxnomi - Your Account is Still Due. SSftB2SeS3tfe Take A '! ry m s h 1.9-ir. Sit - -- rr-"-- 'mm 5i Tumble that our to the fact Flour leads all others in fine baking qualities, in bone sinew-makin- g eff- J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer ectiveness. It has all the nutritious properties contained in the choic- est wheat with all the useless particles left out. In addition it WJl'i. leads all others in the palatable properties of its products, Try a sack of W- - WHITE SWAN FLOUR with your next grocery order. Don't be put off by other brands. Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills. ALEX WALKER, Prop. , Currey's GROCERY nftW B. WWfcEWWi. jtct. , aAftfe&! ?rw jttv y?y. ra Gov-erme- Foster-Milbur- nt. srm.mrvBLAunm.mrskarr?r rr? tts, errs cto. I3&3. an f ThePlaceToGet F. Huds-in"- JS Johnson Preslflenr. v. ORGANIZED The 61T1ZEN& NATIONAL BANK. Ot LANCASTER. KY. h, I k stack CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS $30,000. S Jn.,Book-Keepe- W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. W. O. Rigney, Ass't Casli'r. J. J. Walkkk, Business Solicited. r Prompt and Gareful Attention J. J. Walker, W iilker. I I DI RECTO KS B. F nudson S. Johnson J. M. Arip tin Alex Gibhs. Lewis L. T. C. A. a. Arno'd. ;? up-to-d- lZif-&You'll Have To WHISTLE and a long time for even as good lumber as ours You can whistle forever P txs&fr!&ijiAm&:0$ e. now-and-aga- in get no better. There isn't any. "We stay on top in the lumber business just because of the superiority of our btauii?, boards, timbers, etc. p S tax-paye- rs Ask any builder if it pays to buy the best lumber. I His answer should make you our customer. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. -- SELL YOUR TOBACCO We will pay highest market price at all times. liver either at Paint Lick or Stanford. De- d& .. iir a. m iv n Thco Cray W. P. KINCAID, DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO. Stanford, Kentucky. Residence Phone 199. A. SL JF - &te&rtt&c ftfA ii , jf, tvaa - Jt -- ."'e jBtrqalaa'asrz"' I ELt2z?vz:. 3 '. Sa 5 uw b icaMt-r- OTr AgSMaft &ZPS?Z&. I iHS IMI M'C T'i.-- l t V Jl Coats and Skirts and the few remaining numbers in our stock must move. f On La ailored Suits We offer our i I & ? and M. Suits for $14.98 memmm m frS 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. I J 1 I m s& U. 7.9 t. fci n If STYLE r.4au3CTu7i:i "" LEADERS 3It. Hebron NTILE CO. son and Simon Anderson for several days visit. Card Of Thanks. NEW IMPORTATIONS OF SPRING GINGHAMS and WASH GOODS DAILY RECEIVED. ifiWTPW.awaPTEarmyiiraxLiiTF sn.? mms. TEZjS&r4&'i3Kjg.'TFr.x8r ' 3cLS!wrraLisf5!'iaiia,ra - I fBi (PMlMlfeMfSlS!li i??!"4fii2j IdL , j'Tp V. fc I2 r Every Person InThisTswa 1 j luuu, Coal oil "vam' rwu u in iM2 wLuain. f Mr. Luther Ray is reported very low rav&ieKancnrw 10 at this writing. Gossip About eople ft fi! Ki' ? fc. !T' jl -- V T f Lancaster Ky. January 30, 1911. WHEREAS- :- "The Grim Destroyer tained a number of guests at a most among the work3 of the Miss Martha Bettis is out again af- sumptuious dinner at their hospitable has again been Almighty", and this time has removed home on Water street. ter an attach of illness. ;ii, from among us our dearly beloved The Ladies Aid Society will meet brother Jacob Joseph, therefore: Miss Mary Miller of Richmond is the Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Emma Mr. Hardwick and family guest of Miss Jane Doty. in the ,jTuV BE IT RESOLVED:-Th- at & U'.l- leys redtn. e. WPim to V. A. Lar. Eusoti. y Kauffman, where all of the members loss of Brother Joseph, Franklin Lodge have rao ed from Loyd to thflr .o We are sorry to report that Stanly are requested to be present. rcre.CTTC W.I here and erected a grist mill which has sustained an irreperable los3, a Herron is on the sick list. ' 1 have bought ';uc the ?.ioccry of J. will be ran by Mr. Estes of Judson -.- jassL.::wL. i," Misses Annie and Berdie Walker and voice will be absent from its councils J. Louis Gill left Wednesday for a Pearl Ham of McCreary form a pleas- which will be sadly missed, a member t A. Jones on street, and will ap-j- ? and the blicksmith shop by Mr. Hard. patronize them. stay in Clear Water Florida. predate ii b'aivo of our patronage. wick. Let ant house party at the home of Misses from the degree team whose place it i !ffJ. ; .;.' will be hard to fill, an officer from the f Give me a trial B. O. I.ee. Mrs. John Cotton of Danville visited Bessie and Eunice Prather. WRETCHED STOMACH roster who was ever at his post and Lancaster relatives the past week. Mrs. Charles Davis of Chattanooga For Rent. faithful to his duty, and each and every Tennessee and Adolph Joseph of Peru Rid it of Gas, Sourness and Fermentation member has lost a friend and brother Dr. E. H. Pearce was in Carlisle last House yard and garden fifteen acres K AND Indiania were called here by the death who has often been weighed in the balweek for a short visit to relatives. of sod for corn and two acres for to- Stomin Five Minutes, with of their father Mr. Jacob Joseph. ' ' bacco, situated three and one half ance and never found wanting. -i M. Tinder was in Louisville Elder F. ach Tablets Mr. Tram Conn of Somerset was callThat the community has lost one of Ul j miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye & the past week for a stay of several days. ed here by the death of his grand-fathher most upright and patriotic citizens, money rent or on the shares. R. E .McRoberts & Son Sell jnd j pike, g the Institutions of learning one of their Miss Virgie Conn of Wilmore is with Mr. J. T. Conn of Wilmore, and is Possession given February first. Work I In :..-- 31. Office, National Bank of Lancaster. Mr. Joseph Arnold and family. most zealous workers and friends, the her brothers Messr's John and James can be furnished to' the right man when alive. sjnKsaKsssK not in his crops. Phone D. B. Pelphrey You oat food to keep youi-selcommunity wmammammmomuBM3axJZi2:-?32i'- i Conn. Misses Margaret and Joan Mount business interests of the When you put food into a health stomone of their most honorable merchants, 347A or write Z. T. Rice, Richmond Ky. ach is Mrs. W. S. Fish and little son of were hostesses for the "Tuesday Afterit the duty of that stomach to exand all who knew him one whom they 2t from the food all of its nutritious Stanford have been guests of Mrs. Vic- noon Club" last week instead of the loved and respected. tract Z Misses Gill. The guests were refreshtor Lear. matter. That we extend to the bereaved fam- if is Giles. inviting repast. This nutritious matter is passed along Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormes left Wed ed by an I ily our heartfelt sympathy in this their to the blood, and in turn is carried to nesday for Clearwater Fla, to spend Misses Flora Zeigler and Elsie Zimm- - hour of bereavement. 00 per Subscribe for the Record SI. and supplies life to every part of the the winter. er returned Tuesday from a monins rjat we wear tjje emblem of mourn-Durm- g year. body. visit to relatives in New York. j memory for the j William Burton is very sick at this j xi r rs If your stomach is upset it does not Misses Sue and Birdie Bourne were their absence they visited Washington, nerj0(i honor of hia H&55 of thirtv davs writing. y extract enough nourishment to supply with Mrs. J. F. Holtzclaw for a visit of Baltimore and other eastern cities. That we spread these resolutions at ' William Humphry sold a nice milk the wants of the body, and naturally two weeks. Mrs. Joseph Arnold of Richmondshas large on a page of the Minute book of cow to A. C. Miles price unknown. disease devolops wherever the body is Mrs. R. H. Batson and little daughthe lodge and that we furnish a copy of the bed side We are sorry to report that Mr. Ed weakest. ter Cecil are in Stanford visiting Mrs. been called to Adams who of her sister them to the bereaved family, and that is reported Mrs. Annie Stomach i die Chandler is verv sick at this writ-- v dizziness, trouble or indigestion causes J. H. Hilton. . quite sick of pneumonia. It is hoped they be published in the Cantral Record. nervousness, billiousness, mg. George Smith Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ross of Kirks- - this popular and effecient employee at ovps. sick headaches, sleenloss- Mrs. Raymond Dnvis was visiting' wank W. M. Zanom . the Telephone Exchange will soon revl,lL' "uv lecentisueara oi nightmare, waterbrash. belching Y Mrs Ed Chandler the last part of last 'ness. and Mrs. V. A. Lear. cover. J. L. Davis t. of sour food, foul breath, despondency, week. Committee. constipation and even- loss of e'nergy Messrs A. T. Anderson, J. A. Beas-leMrs. B. D. Herndon entertained the is in We are glad to report that Wylie and memory. W. S. Carrier, G. C. Walker, J. A. Embroidery Circle Friday afternoon a a Burton who has been vei'y sick is im- - For any stomach trouble, no matter nice lunch was served. Jones and J. B. Sutton accompanied provmg Joseph to how bad R. E. McRoberts & Son sell Mrs. W. R. Marrs of Knoxville Tenn- the remains of Mr. Jacob CENCURED BY THE MARYFL OF THE Beatrice Stotts has returned to her and guarantee stomach tablets essee is the guest of Cincinnati as representatives of the her parents Mr. home after a long visit with her cousin to give quick relief and permanent cure various lodges of which Mr. Joseph was TURY, B. B. B- .- TESTED FOR 30 and Mrs. John Andersoe. Blanche Stotts. a member. or money back. Miss Margaret Miller ha3 returned to Miss Edith Carter and Otis Roberts A large box costs but 50 cents at R. YEARS. Mrs. Wm. R. Cook entertained at her of Little Hickman were the pleasant E. McRoberts & Son and druggists eve- her home in Richmond after a short suborban home in honor of Mrs. W. R. PHONE 7. & truest of Clanni'li Krovtt. Infir. Snnrlflv rywhere. They are small and easily visit to Lancaster friends. ,,. Marrs of Knoxville and Miss O'Brien Hawking, Spitting, Foul Breath, disLancaster, Kentucky. swallowed, and used regularly they will Miss Nell Bourne and brother are at of Lawrenceburg Ind. The house was charges of yellow matter permanently Lizzie Underwood has returned to her home at Lexington after a long sure,v cure "'d'Kestion home from a visit to their sister, Mrs. beautifully decorated and a most appe- cured with pure Botanical ingredients. fr4Hi4'.'I''I"IfriMi3..ftijii'HifriS'4' W. K. Warner of Stanford. to Mrs. Tom Murphy of Madison. visit tizing repast served the guests. Mrs. To prove it we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE Miss Addie Arnold has returned from R. E. McRoberts poured the chocolate and Mrs. H. Clay Sutton the coffee. CATARRH IS NOT ONLY DANGEROUS but Tortured For 15 Years a visit of several weeks to her sister Mrs. Cook is very popular in dispens- it causes ulcerations, death and decay i Mrs- - Ben g KinS of Boyle county. by a VETERINARIAN. stomach trouble that ing hospitality to her many friends. of bones, kills ambition, often causes baffled doctors, and resisted all reme- Former Director Aninvii inditry Philippine John Burnside has returned to San loss of appetite, and reaches to general Qi dies, he tried, John W. Moddcrs, of Islands. tx- - eturlnariaii united fctates .rmy Anrolo Tevns nfw n vic't n hi par CD debility, idiocy and insanity. It needs Card Of Thanks. X Moddersville, Nich., seemed doomed. ents Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Burnside. Office at Logan's Stable. attention at once. Cure it by taking o He had to sell his farm and crive ud Telephone Of Lancaster. To the business men of Lancaster Ky Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) uud r.G, DAXVILLi:. KY. 0Q It is a Mrs. C. C. Brown is expected home C) work. His neighbors said, "he can't were so kind and thoughtful in quick, radical, permanent cure because this week from a visit to her sister Miss who live much longer." Whatever I ate contributing the floral design, in token O CO Capital $50,000. Surplus $25,000 it rids the system of the poison germs Abbie Taylor of Washington D. C. distressed me, "he wrote, "till I tried of their appreciation of our deceased that cause catarrh. At the same time c 0) c CD Electric Bitters, which worked such wonMrs. Adam Kelley who was operat- husband and father, accept our thanks o A H HEXXY, Blood Balm (B. B. B.) purifies the DC ders for me that I can now eat things I ed on about two weeks ago at Lancas- and appreciation for this token of love O E SIORUEi, Vice 1'ies'i 1 blood does always with every symptom J 3 u could not not take for years. Its sureter Hospital is getting along nicely. s and friendship. CD of catarrh. B. B. B. sends a tingling (Si S C UE.V.VY, Cashier Q ly a grand remedy for stomach trouble. O Yours sincerely Miss Mattie Estes accompaned by blood of warm, rich, pure blood direct 'J) Mrs. J. Joseph and family. Just as good for the liver and kidneys. her nephew Allen Estes of Newby were to the paralyzed nerves, and parta affF RrtbinMHi. A ;l.r Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50c at t- visitors in Crab Orchard last week. of thanks to the many friends ected by catarrhal poison, giving warmA card IV Old R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm Hon Henry Jackson, one of the best and citizens of Garrard County, who th and strength just where it is needO 1 10 attorneys at the Boyle county bar, was have in the last illness and death of our ed, and in this way making a perfect, C CO ' vUi ' Sam'' IH'ofiit t deceased husband and father, rendered lasting cure of catarrh in all its forms, in town last Friday on legal business. l .1 ... S f. 'oft such helping hands and comforting Druggists or by express, $1 PER large: 7 Miss Sue Anna Lear is at home after words to us in this, our saddest be- Bottle, with directions for home cure. M Kill ' Donnv. JLGi'.D'. W a pleasant two weeks visit to her cous- reavements. We extend to you each sample sent free by writing, Blood ttSfrUJj;ZTZZ2ZliZ3B35aKttf&'3&3ZS& ins the Misses Woolfolks of Lexington. our heartfelt appreciation and assur- Balm Co. Atlanta, Ga. Describe your Old Guineas 20c Young Guineas 25c Miss Dove B. Harris of Danville was ance of gratitude. Mrs. Jacob Joseph trouble and free medical advice given. Sold by F. P. Frisbie. with her sisters Mesdames John Ander- - and family. On Just received a car load of' White Seed Oats and car of Salt. Mrs. W. S. Embry was with relatives in Stanford Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Hughes enter- Needs "Nature's Remedy" (Ml Tablets.) Wds it to tone up the system, purify the blood and ci- rect the ttomach. If you siuTer with Stomach Troubles, Constipation, Rheumatism, Dyspeisia, Sick Headaches, Liver or Kiib.ey Troubk-- -- taky Nature's Remedy 'MK Tablets it's different from all other medicines- - because it cures. Satlsfae- lion guaianteed in every case, or money refunded. s 1 ii3:ts !!- ir'S'cHJH- Leslie, the little son of Mr. and Mrs. cents per gallon II. G. Lee. J. E. Sherrow is quite ill of pneumonia. Mr. G. A. Brace of' Bo le, county A new line of china ware at Wards. was with friends here last Wednesday. Mr. Homer Dean and Mis Bottle Jennings, of Jessamine, are with relPhone 19i). H. G. Lee for groceries atives here. etc. Mr. Frank Montgomery and niece. House moving ant! Viisin Best Miss Jennie Montgomery aio with his J. II. Bald-- 1 father near Ilarrodsburg this week. erenccs. Phone or v 20 4t pd win, Danville, Ky. Mr. Robert Sherrow and family FOR KENT House on Herring avenue, moved to his farm recently purchased also haw for sale, a lot of fanning im- from Mr. J. I. Hamilton, near Bourne. I!. C. Hamilton. plements. Bonnie Is coming to the front, a new dwelling has been erected by Mr. Thos. i .'"Ve imbr Lost a b!ac': M; ; Doolin and is occupied b Mr. Jas. la between ;Ke dt,- - iid.ii Beaz- Jas, 2t vvv i A Brief Mention of the Comlnji Goings by Those We Are Interested In. ad desire to extend our kindest thanks to our friends and neighbors who were so kind and attentive to our beloved wife and mother during her last illness, and to us, in our sad hour of bereavement we pray Gods blessing upon Mrs. William Burnett will receive in as much you have the members of the Girls Circle Tues- them all. "For done it unto one of the least of these day afternoon when they meet for Missyou have done it unto me. ion Study. Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stormes on their trip to Florida, she will visit her sister Mrs. Ray Orrell. We Sincerely J. B. Guyn and Son Lodge No. Mrs. Elizabetth Burke has returned to Junction City. ref-r-it- e, D. F. Rankin has returned from a stay at Odessadale Ga,, where he took Mary Clouse has been the guest of a number of car loads of mules for the Hall of Franklin friends in Lexington. southern market. 7, 1. 0. 0. F. u-- ; '. . mITI113M rop-ert- de-io- evei-ybod- INSURES BARNS 01 ; 2t TOBACCO WITH Vv' Mi-o-- . BI&1LIY HSSElDe er Guar-antees'The- vis-isin- f It your fault you are not using i Glen Lily or White H 0tlJuV i ' j , i-- FLOUR city by -- ' ; "n It's the BEST and it made your - y, j I CATARRH Mi-o-- na ftarrard Hilling Company 1 THE Henry L. Casey, d.v.sJ cure-defyin- National Bao t'le-.idc- I 2 a HENS lOcfs. - . 1 Chickens 8 to Octs, Young Roosters 6cts, Roosters 5cts. to lets, Ducks Geese to Sets, Eggs, 15cts, 7i7tiiznf7''1sStSz the right side of the LEDGER the tnan of provident habits will find himself at the end of the .year, if he entrusts to use the safe guarding, care aud Just received a car load of MM mMmmmmMfflm&- - m&Mfi&mmmmL Mmrn&!m&mMMmmMMi PLUTO CANNEL COAL m (Don't Pop) PLEASE CALL AND PAY YOUR mi BETSY'S POINTERS the best it is possible to train a 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 it. Molly thinks on the market. 20c at the yard and 21c delivered increase of his savings uomatter 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. " Coal 14 to 16cts. Turkeys I O to 5cts. 1 J Garrard Bank & Trust Company. D. B. NORTHCOTT, FEISBIE'S DHUG STORE. BSMiaenaiatt.iapnsiinaii TaeiBflnanaiaiBi usaiiiiaiMfiiiM BSl DEPOT STREET. - A V 3C q Qordially Invite ;v I Farm and Stock. D.pjvt fail to see the 3how at the Court house Wednesday nigirt Feb, 11th, V4O0OO0OOOOO0 oooooooo 000000000 OOO Ooj i FARMER'S COLUMN ! 6 -"- S"-H'- r j r&iV rsiWO' I f oocoeoooooooaooooooooeooooo-- ; W. B. Burton bought of R. D. Moore rfpace below rtiia heading is for the exclusive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for a 5 year old road horse for $225. the sale of stock, grain and such things ou adver- MAKING AN EFFORT i OPOOOOOOOOOOOOPO0000OOCOOOOOi Li YOU TO SELL YOUR TOBACCO OVER OUR BREAKS We sold last week over half million pounds in five days and over one million pounds since January Dean sold Mr. Hutchison pair of 6 year old mules for $375. Charles a farm as the farmer cunuot afford to ATTENTION! Don't loose your religion by Sbaveing yourself on Sunday but get shaverl the Saturday before at the old reliable barber shop. Charles Dean of Bryantsville lost a fine pacing mare last week fram heart disease. She dropped dead 111 harness. tise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, aud will be only in two Issues of the Record, free of charge FOR SAl.n-'l- O Ewes to latnl) this month. It. C. Clark phone IM7U. As usual we topped the market 23.25 and the best 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 burley district. With the best lighted house in Kentucky with a TOBACCO Auctioneer with no superior on any break. Coupled with experienced Tobacco Men 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. 1st, with less than ten thousand pounds in rejections. DANVIfckE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. INCORPORATED. WALNUT STREET. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Free Insurance Free Stables. No Charge for Rejectors. James I. Hamilton sold 'to Henry Lost on last court day a lonjr hair, Hutchison of the Marcellus neighborr black, shepherd pup' wjth white ring hood a farm of 150 acres on Broaddus around his neck. Return to J. H. branch near Lowell for $65. 00 per acre. Thompson, Preachersville and receive Coffey & Bishop, of Lincoln county, reward. are making large purchases of wheat The Compensation of Endeavor. for shipment, paying an average of 85 He whose mind Is engaged by the cents per bushel. They bought a couple acquisition or Improvement of a forof carloads in their own county, and tune not only escapes the insipidity one at Danville. of indifference and the tediousness of inactivity, but gains enjoyments The mules at the Hume Clay sale, in wholly unknown to those who live laClark county, brought from $350 to 450 zily on the tolls of others. Johnson. mules sold for a pair. The $240 to $250 a pair and the yearling A Warning to Burglars. mules sold at $85 each. The hogs sold We used to be afraid of burglars, at 9J cents a pound and the sheep but since learning that nine robbrought $8 a head. beries were lately committed by a W. B. Burton purchased of Wilson nigger boy eleven years old we've lost our fear Rogers a four year old trotting mare hear a burglarofinburglars; if we ever our room we'll slap for $350. This mare is well bred, him and send him home. Atchison comes of a family whoes members Globe. have made their mark on the turf and and is a fine prospect. Mr. Burton Falls Victim To Thieves. will have her trained. S. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., has The city of Cincinnati has placed a a justifiable grievance. Two thieves ban on calves weighing under 100 lbs stole his health for twelve years. They and less than four weeeks old for were a liver and kidney trouble. Then slaughtering purposes. Shippers will Dr. King's New Life Pills throttled bear this in mind when buying veals, them. He's well now. Uurivaled for as they are sure to experience a loss if Constipation, Malaria, Headache, Dysthey ship such calves to the Cincinnati pepsia. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. market. . t W. B. Burton purchased in Lebanon last week 22 mules 4 to 6 years old of John Burdett for $4500. Mr. Burton shipped to the Wilson Live Stock Co. CHURCH DIRECTORY. of Wilson N. C. 20 mules whice cost on an average of $208. per head and 5 Lancaster: First and Third Sundays horses which cost $165. each C. It was in the serene moments after a metaphorical pat on the head from the president of the firm of which Kennedy was the branch manager for Chicago, that Kennedy, being at the time In aa atmosphere unclouded by domestic complications, suggested that the president's wife, when she came through Chicago on her way east, should pass the night with the Kennedys Instead of at a hotel. The president condescendingly approved tne suggestion. On his way home Kennedy began to feel qualms. It was not, however, until he had delivered himself of the fateful news and Mrs. Kennedy collapsed upon the nearest chair and gazed at him with moist eyes and the calmness of despair that he realized fully what a catastrophe he had precipitated. "But she has millions In her own right!" Mrs. Kennedy gasped. "I can't have her here. She'd be so uncomfortable! For I can't have things that she Is accustomed to having." "Let her have them the way we're accustomed to having them, then," said Kennedy, rather truculently. Mrs. Kennedy gave a little resigned sigh. "When Is she coming?" she asked, faintly. "And how long is she going to stay?" "She won't be here until after dinner tomor " Kennedy began. He was interrupted by a hysterical Barber Shop ox Richmond Street. HENRY DUNCAN'S Jersey Bull Hemy Simpson 8842 Season 191 i. J. W. H. SWEENEY. J. TINSLEY, PHONE 329--J. County Surveyor. Office over F. G. Hurt's furniture store. 4 Lancaster, Kentucky. "W. T. KIjSTGt, LOWELL, Jsul c tione ei KENTUCKY. Get him to cry your sales. Beat of references. shriek. "Oh, of course, she'll have to come," Mrs. Kennedy admitted. "Don't worry, dear." Methodist Every Sunday iJiffht. P. Cook, of Bourbon county, sold Freadunn; Study. Fourth to the White Baking Co., and the at 7 p. m. George Streitman Co., of Cincinnati, 3,000 pounds of cold storage butter. Tuesday night 7 p. m. Bible Mr. Cook purchased the butter last spring at an average price of 20 cents McKendree; Second and per pound and it has since been in cold Sunday at 11 a. m. storage in Paris. It is reported that a sow belonging to a farmer living near Hopkinsville, Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Wednesday 7 p. m Bible Study. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co., Inc., Danville, Ky, Inside view from Photograph taken without any other light than that afforded by the sky lights of the building. No sun was shining the day this picture was taken. The best proof of whose house is better lighted than ours is a better inside picture than this. We invite comparison with any house in Kentucky. Ask your neighbor who has been here, about our house. We can store nearly 100 wagons under our sheds and also furnish stalls for your horses. Try us. Good Prices. Prompt Payment. PEOPLES' TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Phone No 50. Perryville SL DAVE ROSS, Solicitor in Garrard County. Incorporated. CO. DANVILLE, KY. recently farrowed twenty-on- e Impartial. One of the litter died shortly "What did the captain of the vessel after its birth, but the other twenty do when he found the men were not are living and doing well. The sow is disposed to do their full duty?" "He gave up the voyage and docked of ordinary stock, but she probable holds the world's record for the largest Uie vessel." "What then?" number of pigs farrowed in one litter. "Then he docked the crew." J. Mike Bowerman. the veteran trainer of Lexington, Ky., bought of Just Like a Man. Senator Joseph W. Bailey the crank "Men are so inconsistent." trotting stallion, Monrga "In what way?" "Why, take Smith; before he marAxworthy. The price was private, dui ried his wife he saved her life and is known to be a fancy figure, as Bailey suionly recently purchased the horse at now he is trying to drive her to cide." the Old Glory sale in New York for pigs. four-year-old Ky., $4,000. HURR Bring your Tobacco to the: Near Record prices received at our sales last week. Hurry. Hurry. Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Co L&N Y! Price Rupert, Np. 27, a Herefoad bull, bred by Luce & Moxley, of this county and sold by them last fall to the Matador Land and Cattle Company, was made junior and grand champion at the Denver Live Stock Show last week. The same firmolso bred the steer that won in his class at the same exhibition. They still own the sire and dam of both animals. Shel by Sentinel. two-year-o- ld -- 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. The mules at the Hume Clay sale held Wednesday on the place on the Paris pike, brought from $350 a pair to old mules $450 a pair. The two-yesold for $240 to $250 a pair. The yearling mules sold for $85 each. Frank Holledy and Clay bought all of the yearling colts. All the short horn calves were bought by Mesrs Renic & Sobb. All the hogs sold for $126 or 9J cents a lb. The sheep brought $8 a head and the furniture sold for very good prices. Winchester Sun Sentinel. ar Serious Phase. "How's the patient this morning? I conheard he was in a incapable. dition from toxic food." & "I'll have a caterer," was her prompt "Not that exactly; doctor said he decision. She had gone too far to be was in a catamose condition from balked by trifles now. "And I'll have poisoning." REAL a maid come tonight to do the waiting." Sell Farms on low Commission. The next day was eminently sucProfessional Results. a trifle breathless. By an Titles Abstracted. Phone 221. "The surgeon you introduced me to cessful, if determined efthe other day has a very gruff and of- imperceptible thoughkept the guest fensive manner. How '.o his patients fort, Mrs. Kennedy circling about in an atmosphere of take it?" cut patients, they seem very Oriental rugs, heavy silver and with"As to his luncheon passed off glass. The much cut up." out a hitch. Afternoon tea was served in perfect style. Kennedy, upon his Office Danville street. Just Suited. arrival just before dinner, was Incased "I don't want my son to marry you, in his dinner coat without a murmur Office Phone 89 my dear young woman. You know you and was a prldeful object to his wife Residence Phone 9. have insanity in your family." when the feat was accomplished. "Oh, that makes no difference. Your The dinner was really a dream. ReCall and see us for a good son" is just crazy about me." lieved of all anxiety as to material Clean Shave. thing3, Mrs. Kennedy, who was an exceptionally good talker, was able to The Plain Thing. into the task of providing The Only Two White Barters In Town. "Don't you think Bullit's face has throw herself for her guest. Mrs. something of a Simian resemblance?" mental refreshment See the tall sign.Nortb side of beamed, praised and ate with "Oh, come off with your beauty Turner Shortly after they Public Square. talk! The man looks like a monkey." dainty heartiness. atA semi-consciou- Kennedy's parting instructions to her the next morning were: "Now, don't you go bothering to have things fixed up any different. The old man s 2J. TV. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted, Satisfaction Guaranteed. a good fellow and I guess his wif won't be so worse." smile Mrs. With a Kennedy kissed him goodby, then dashed back into the house, intent upon doing all that mortal woman could to Impress the coming guest with the fact that the Kennedy family DENTIST could not and would not exist save in Office over Miss Arnold's Millinery. the Ian of luxury. She pulled down curtains in rooms Into which the president's wife could not by any possibility have any excuse These she persuaded for prowling. to wash, while she herself Sarah swept and dusted and polished furiously. She bullied the laundry Into All Work Guaranteed. returning the cherished best tablenext-doo- r neighbor Paint Lick, cloth. From her Kentucky. and intimate friend she borrowed several small but beautiful Oriental rugs and a handsome silver Individual breakfast service, from which Mrs. Turner was destined, while still reposing In bed, to take her morning meal with proper elegance in the spick and span guest room. When she had Offiice over Logan's store. borrowed and begged and put in place everything she could think of that Residence Phoue 75. Office Phone 6. might give a touch of artless elegance, she sat down to make out the menus. aseoMtooo9COsoo9oocc9CKofrooooooofr "I will have a nice luncheon and a nice dinner," she murmured, biting the end of her pencil. "I'll show her that even if we're not millionaires we of QUALITY. know the right things." high menThe consequence of this I tal attitude was that she arranged on paper two meals of which Sarah was M. K. Denny, -- '( ujttt: H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. l DR. Win. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. uut Mowers ware McKoberts. ESTATE. s Hughes Swinebroad poiu-main- e Or. J. B. Kinnairtl, Physical! and Surgeon Hair Cut and Jas Friend's tobacco brought 24c, QlA,7V4,12aA, 10.2 30c, Competent men to handle your tobacco and plenty of buyers always on hand. Give us a trial and At a meeting of the State Live Stock Sanitary Board, held at Lexington, Ky., be convinced. Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Company. Near h. & N. Depot. Richmond, K?ntucl$. NEW ORLEANS mb MOBILE MARDI GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES TicKets n sale February 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 and 27 Gsd leturaing antil March 11th, 1911, with Privilege of Extemsioa STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS for full particulars, call on any ticket agent, queen & crescent route, H. C. KINO, Passenger and ncket Agent. I Of E. Main Street, Lexington, Ky. OR WRITE last week, and at which Commissioner of Agriculture M. C. Rankin, presided the situation which, on account of the prevalence of scabies and other dis eases among sheep in the State has caused danger of a quarantine by the United States authorities, was discuss ed and methods of improving the condi tion of sheep in the State were sugges ted. That the scabies in Kentucky might be quickly and effectually eradi cated, a recommendation was offered LIVE STOCK MABKET. that the Federal quarantine authorities while quarantining other States against C2NCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, Kentucky sheep, should be applied to Feb. . Cattle Hogs Sheep for an order preventing other States Receipts 692 3287 445 from shipping sheep into Kentucky un Shipments 114 771 24 less inspected and provided with a clean CATTLE: Shippers ,. 5256 30 bill of health. Butcher steers extra Good to choice Common to fair Heifers, extra Good to choice Common to fair Cows, extra Good to choice C Nearly all woman suffer some pain at times, due to the ailments peculiar to their sex. If your trouble is yet in a mild form, take Cardul to prevent it becoming more serious. If you have suffered long years, get Cardui at once. Use persistently and it will help you. 4 75(555 (jo 65a 75 Take Eells, of Nev Hartford, la., was afflicted for 24 years. She writes: "For Mrs. 4 4 oo4 75 ing hedge fence since that mode of 6506 60 fencing was introduced in this county, 75560 4 65 .Mr. Alex R. Denny who has been us L. W. A. BECKLER, General Passenger Agent. Ingalls Building, Cincinnati, O. FURS i HIGHEST MARKET PRICE PAID FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES Wool on Commission. Writ for price- list mentioning this ad. AND HIDES SSSSSSS. JOHN WHITE & CO. TOwJEll JPP$ Pigs, (110 lbs and less) SHEEP: extra Good to choice Common to fair LAMUS: extra "... Good to choice... and whose hedges around his farm are offers the following 4 75 advice as to the cafe of hedge fence. Common to fair 4 00 Canners J 503 75 First trim the sides straight, leaving Bulls, balognag. 4 103479 the fence from .twelve to fifteen inches Extra 4 859510 , across the top. It should be not over Fat bulls 4 fto5 00 three feet high And smooth on top. CALVES: extra 9 60 000 From the 15th to the 20th of June of Fair to good 800 925 each year cut back the top severely to Common and large 4 00800 HOGS : good packers and tratobera 7 90 8 00 keep down the height, at the same Mixed packers 7 807 90 in July and September repeat the cutStags 4 75 8 35 ting, ' when the fence will be in shape Common to onoioe heavy fat sow. B 75 7 55 for the next year. The advantage in Light shippers 8 15 3 25 4 4 25 2 50 855 qq a thing of beauty, " the past 24 years have been afflicted with womb trouble, causing extreme nervousness, pain in right side and making altogether back life a burden. I tried doctors and various other remedies I efforts I made." Kennedy looked rather bewildered "Did you make an effort?" he asked. "I didn't notice anything." Wife Got Tip Top Advice. left the table she fluttered upstairs, tended by the rented maid, to prepare for her departure. She fairly radiated joy when she met her hostess at the foot of the stairs when she came down again. She took Mrs. Kennedy's two small hands in hers so tenderly that the action had almost the effect of a caress. "Ah," she cooed; "I can never tell you what a treat you have given me. I shall never, never forget this day. The simplicity of it is the most wonderful thing I have ever seen. Such simplicity is In Itself exquisite beauty. Henceforth I shall make my motto 'Plain living and high thinking,' for you have taught me the meaning of those words." When Kennedy returned from escorting the too appreciative guest to the train his wife met him with a face on which there was a broad smile, though it still bore some traces of tears. "Oh. Jimmie!" she gasped. "Wasn't It awful? And the funny part of it was that she was sincere! She really thought we were letting her take us just as we were.' And after the wild M . HOUSE. J. E. Robinson, LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. Will Practice In all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Office over Police Court. Phone 194. Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co Cleaning and Pressing dies and Men's commission. La- Garments. Public Shoe Repairing. Phone 340 Square. Second hand clothes sold on h. ltf. Faulkner, ftlgr. Office Hours 8 Office over a.m to 12. 1 p.m. to 4. Storaes' Drug Store. W-AJLTf:k. B- - !E Phone 65. DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. Common to fair.. 15 4 25000 3 15, 8 25 8 50 6 25 000 5 75 6 15 6o' 4 008 7 508 784 trimming three times a year is the ease of trimming "and the twigs drying up1 like weeds, da not have to be removed, and great economy of time in trimming together with the added beauty to the Finally I began using Wine of Cardui. I Now I am entirely cured. cheerfully advise all women similarly afflicted to try Carwithout relief. dui." Sold everywhere. E44 605 eye. "My wife wanted me to take our boy to the doctor to cure an ugly boil," writes D. Frankel, of Stroud, Okla. "I said put Bucklen's Arnica Salve on it, She did so, and it cured the boil in a short time." Quickest healer of Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Corns, Bruises, Sprains, Swellings. Best Pile cure on earth. Try it. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. I have just opened up a new, clean Barber Shop 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 1- - lm JOHN DUNCAN. A?3 -- r 1