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LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY;. 10,' 9 Sec Logan's announcement this week. . NUMBER 44. i i ir-- n tF&&2&SS$ miiu-- i cr Rent. v Crab Orchard Springs Sold. X dj g i1a B $ M ns & ?? ; tl s ; I It 111 v 8 pr 3 . f- - s o m w a b tn- - - ' ysfir ?p IsjfSj I lis 1 Now is a srood time to get that jh 4 &m g H - c- while they are cheap. WATCH THIS SPACE. R CBKM nf B iiU U I Mlir SrS & Eku tss F " Lancaster, Ky. tmfmfMimtim Keen Beasley a worthy colored man Spring Suit from Mr. of Duncantown died last week of paraR. H. Swaffield. lysis. "Uncle Keen" was a trapper 3 is and during one of the recent cold snaps The Interior Journal say that it to ran his traps and not rethought that the "Wets" in Lincoln went out turning that night his family instituted county are contemplating filing a petsearch for him. He was found in a ition for a local option election in the field belonging to Mr. J. W. Sweeney, near future. where he had lain all night. He had day and suffered a stroke of paralysis from Next Tuesday is valentine many of the people are buying valen- which he never recovered. : 'i tines to send to friends. The school Mere Cr Less? children will have a box at school in which to place valentines for their .Many.counties in Kentucky have de cided to cut out the 1911 crop. It is mates. well. What they want to raise is les3 The wife of Mr. John T. Holtzclaw, tobacco and more turkeys; more hogs who resides in the Gilberts Creek sec- and less hell; more Leghorns and less inst. after a tion fa ing died on the 2d remains were linger- litigation; less scandal and more school taken houses; pay more attention to potatoes illness. Her old home at Harrodsburg for and less to peanut politics, and more to her interment. to good roads than to ram. Try this Mr. Ben D. Herndon has been ten- for a year and see a better Kentucky. Big Sandy News. dered and has accepted a deputy coDenllector's position under Collector Union Evangelistic Service. ton. His headquarters will probably and his territory fit be in Richmond, Ky., The Methodist church of Lancaster will embrace four counties. The ap- been looking forward to an Evangelistpointment becomes effective March 1st. ic protracted service in coming April--- ; Mr. Herndon is now on duty at Silver other churches in city having held such Creek. The promotion is a deserved the past autumn. one as Ben Herndon is one of the mo3t The record asking the Pastor of the efficient men in the revenue service in Methodist church as to probability of a the Eighth District. Union service, this spring in view of the above, was assured that the MethOn Saturday a jury after twenty min odist church would gladly welcome the utes deliberation returned a verdict of fellowship and of sister acquittal in the case of the Common- churches: also to make the movement wealth against Grover Fish, the trial county and country wide as far as was had in the Jessamine Circuit Court where the case was taken from Berea on a change of venue. Fish was chargEstimable Lady Dead. ed with the murder of his father-in-laMrs Susan Walker, widow of the late Samuel Welch, in Berea a year ago. The jury set forth the fact that in John W. Walker, died at the home of their opinions Fish was mentally un-- I Mr John M. Sanders at Marksbury on Saturday of the infirmities incident to balanced at the time of the killing. old age. Mrs. Walker was in her sevenyear and is survived by one During the illness of Judge Walker ty-ninth this week the bar unanimously agreed brother, Mr Ben L. Kelley, and three brilliant children, Mrs Dow Hendren of Cincinon Hon. W. J. Price, the young attorney of Danville, as special nati, Mrs John M. Sanders of Marks-bur- y and Mrs T. W. Bradshaw of Nina. judge. He presided with dignity and honor and made an excellent impress Mrs Walker's remains were interred in ion in the exalted place Harrodsburg the family burying ground on the farm of Mr Kellv on Mondav. Herald. Walker was at home Sunday, H Judge he has entirely recovered from his ill After The Scalp Of Powers. i ness and is able to resume his place on The following from Washington was & the bench. sent out by the press bureau: "If the For Sale Plymouth Rock eggs, at members of Congress from Kentucky do not take action toward contesting 50cts a setting. Phone 15G. the seating of Caleb Powers in the Mrs M. D. Hughes, It next Congress, I will myst'lf introduce a resolution to have the matter taken up," said Representative Macon, of Arkansas recently. "If the Republican members of this house could not sit with Mr. Roberts, of Utah because he was accused of being a polygamist, the Democrats certainly cannot sit with a member who has been convicted on the charge of murder, and who is enjoying his liberty only by the fovor of a partisan State executire. s w For y ;ar 1321, 73 acres with improve- Next ments. Man ey rent. rossession at V. C. T. U. will meet at 2 o'clock once. I afiles from Lancaster. Apply Saturday. to Hughes & Swinebroad. Lancaster, Ky. 2t The C. W. B. M. will have an exSaturday before Easter. change, the Worthy Colored Man Dead. Thursday is St. Valintine day. Ston at Lcgran's store Saturday and te get an Mr. John B, Robinson of Harrodsburg and Mr. J. B. Willis, present manager at Crab Orchard have purchased the Crab Orchard Springs property, so says the Interior Journal. They will make many needed improvements and will mQdcrnlze'lh'e grounds and buildings. Mr Willis has been in charge of the Crab Orchard springs for many years and is well known fo its patrns, The Keely privileges are also said to have gone in with the deal, which means that Dr. Dick will be retained. The, price paid was not made public. The medicinal qualities of the waters at Crab Orchard are unsurpassed and have a national reputation. It will take considerable money to place the buildings and grounds in a condition to 0AAAX;:vlAiAiX 4 (AAAAA&5 iliIJ3 m PLOWS ALL SIZES. 6 comfortable ji.ccQj2ip.date. the number of guests which the house is capable of accomodating, but when this is done, and the fact properly advertised, there is no reason why Crb Orchard Springs should notbi)come,a health and summer resort second" to.'none in the county. -- Collars, Collar Pads, Breeching, Check Lines & Plow The Daily Courier-Journ-al At One-Ha- lf Price. Through a special arrangement, this paper is enabled to offer the Daily Courier-Journal by mail, in combinaone-ha- lf t. the regular rates for the Courier Journal. The regular price of the Daily Courier-Journis 50 cents a month, 6.00 a year. See the clubbing proposition in our ad vertising columns, and read about the bargain, This special offer is good only for subscription orders given us during the month of February. Tha offer will be withdrawn the last day of the month, and no orders can be taken tion, al at a price just Gear. HASELDEN BROS. after that. will Under this offer, Courier-Journbe sent to subscribers only through the not through Courier-Journorder agent. No Courier-Journfor. a full year will be taken at this rate. Subscription must be for not less than four months or longer than eight months. The Tariff question in Congress and Mr. Watterson's letters from Europe especial will make the Courier-Journly interesting for the next few months. al post-offic- e, al al I w j oo0oeooo xooooooooooooc al Mrs. Harrison fined For Desecrating The Grave Of George B. Saufley. On t cAnnouncement i Spring and Summer The semi-annual 1911 display sale at our establishment given by The Globe Tailoring Company Cincinnati. Will be on February 10 and 11. An extraordinary exhibition of high class fabrics in strictly mer- chant tailoring effects will be displayed in full length drapes. Orders will be taken for immediate or future delivery. H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Ky. Salesman in charge R. H. SWAFFIELD, In I mia m --- :- - ' " riftt&l i Hi I fc 8 last Friday morning Mrs. Amanda Gilmore Harrison was arrested at the home of a relative in Casey county charged with the desecration of the grave of George B. Saufley in the Stanford cemetery. Mrs. Harrison w & made a full confession saying that she wa3 directed by Divine inspiration to In open the grave and that when the corpse was brought to the light it would come to life. She denied that she had any accomplices in the matter and opened the grave alone, working from six o'clock in the evening until three .1 A. C10CK tne ""lowing morning, mier &SSing down to the box she found tbat You can get the greatest bargains in the hd was screwed down and she re turned to her home for a screw driver when daylight began to break and she could not continue her work. Mrs. Harrison was brought before Judge Bailey Friday afternoon for trial, she was held to the grand jury in the sum Carof $300. but finding that she was unable For McCreary Now. bond, she was on Saturday to give the on-thThe News has been an ardent advo- tried before a jury in the county court cate of the nomination of Hon. Ben and fined 75. Lunacy proceedings have in Johnson for Govennor. Since he has been instituted against her and she will concluded to abandon the race, that in all probability be committed to an leaves us free to advocate some one asvlum. else and believing that of the three other candidates in the race Senator Mc"Cut Out" Probably A Failure. Creary is the best man for the position we shall advocate his nomination and It seems more than likely that the death movement was election just as loyally as we have that knell of the "cut-out- " of Mr. Johnson. While advocating the sounded in Lexington Monday when cause of Mr. Johnson we have never the Burley Tobacco Society refused to J (J with the Burley Union's efsaid aug"ht against the ability, charac1911 crop. A com ter or Democracy of Senator McCreary forts to cut out the Guaranteed 41 percent protein. Write for prices. and no man can do so truthfully, for mittee from the district board ot the tobacco Union submitted to the Burley that he is a good man and true and tri Ky. WILLIAM A. ed Democrat, always faithful to his Society the piedges which they had seRepresented in Lancaster by Hudson 8c Hughes. 1901. The Established party no just man can deny. That Mr. cured and asked their them: McCreary will be nominated and elect- following reply was handed ed now that Mr. Johnson has withdrawn "Committee of the Burley Union, seems to be a certainty. Col. John B. Gentlemen: At the present time, from nMfHlJMj.tefFtifgriiinfti. ra'rRUefmJlp.rargJlIflfa. your reports, we do not see our way Gaines in Bowling Green News. clear to recommend our people to take any action as to the 1911 Johnston Quits Race For Governor. This note was signed by the gentlemen Hon Ben Johnson has withdrawn who compose the executive committee from the race for the nomination for of the Burley Tobacco Society. The Governor. He announced his with- Burley Tobacco Society withheld their drawal on last Friday in a lengthy and support on the ground that the Union apicy card, In which he gave as his people had made a poor showing in reason that someone was injecting re- fourteen counties, succeeding in securligion into "the campaign and thereby ing pledges for only II, 964 out of 73,- Mr Alex West milked three cows during the year arousing prejudice against him because 500 acres grown in 1910. Ciarrard was he was a catholic. He further stated among these fourteen 'counties. As 1910. One of these cows was a registered Jersey, one a in his card that he had been informed the committee from the Burley Union three members of the Kentucky Court met the other committee under instructhigh grade Jersey and one a Shorthorn. of Appeals had been heard to make the ions from their advisory board that in statement that they would not vote for the event that the Burley Society peoMr West used about one gallon of milk per day at a catholic for Governor. The entire ple withheld their support, the movehome; the rest he sent to the Creamery, for which he re- Appellate bench over their signature in ment would be abandoned, it is more Tuesday's papers deny this and state than probable that this will make an ceived $190.31. t. However that Mr. Johnson was misinformed, end of the 1911 and that neither of them have ever Chairman Wilson was instructed by his The value of the milk used at home being $36.50 or "approved, expressed or entertained executive committee to address an open any such thing." letter to the fourteen counties in quesa total of $226.81; or $75.60 per cow; per year. Mr. Johnson's withdrawal removes tion, advising them of the action taken Senator McCreary's most formidable and telling them that the success or DOES IT PAY? opponent for the nomination. In ad- failure of the movement depended soledition to the candidates already an- ly on them, and asking them to hold nounced, there are many others spoken mass meeting, on oaturuay reuruarjr of, among the latter is Judge Allie W. 11th to endorse the movement and to Young of Mt. Sterling. However Judge sign pledges. The Burley Tobacco Young's friends deny that he would Union people claim that if the fourteen entertain such an idea as long as Sena delinquent counties will get together tor McCreary is in the race, so this of and back up the cut-othe move will course eliminates him, as the Senator yet be a success. is surely there to stay. Judge Young "Mound Citv Paint may cost a .trifl is Senator McCreary's warm friend' wiiraaiwjargJBrTsiirfSfi l and one of his closest advisers. more, but!-- C. C, &"J. E. Stormes." s& order to make room for my large Spring Stock of Goods, for I 1 i 11 A Thirty Days e , Buggies, Wagons, Harness, Buggy Robes, Horse Blankets, Storm Fronts, riage Heaters ever placed Lancaster. market W. J. Eomans, gggjj BURNETT, Louisville, The Feeed That Fattens cut-out- ." Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. cut-ou- ut Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. IBBHlilipipeiiiiiiiii . V It f The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. Entered at the Post as Second-Clas- s Office In Lancaster, X.y. Mail Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., February 10, 1911. Rates For Political Announcements For For For For For For Precinct and City.Offices $5.00 County Offices 10.00 State and District Offices 15.00 Calls, per line 10 10 Cards, per line all publications in the interWell Satisfied. est of individuals or expresThe Democratic executive committee sion of individual views, per 10 at its meeting in Louisville last Saturline 05 day, gave to the democratic voters of Obituaries, per line Kentucky the right to select the nominee for United States Senator in the State primary on May 27th. We comANNOUNCEMENTS mend the committee for calling a primary and insisted that it was a mistake in not including the selection of a We are authorized to announce Hon Senatorial nominee. The committee is Charles A. Hardin a candidate for to be now congratulated in revising its Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial Dis action and heeding the almost unanitrict, at the November election, 1911, mous demand of the democrats in this subject to the action of the Democrat- regard. So universal has become the ic party. sentiment for the primary to select the nominees of the party that a candidate is likely to lose popularity by inLincoln's Birthday. sisting upon a convention. Were the American people to follow The Hon. Ollie James, for his faiththe Swedish custom of commemorating ful and efficient services as representathe memory of their great men hy de- tive of the second district "of Kentucky claring their natal day a holiday, the at Washington has been held in high working days in this country would esteem by the people but he has greatsoon be few and far between. But ly added to his hold upon democracy by were we to follow this custom, the his fight for the primary. He is at birthday of Abraham Lincoln would be present the only announced candidate close up toward the head of the list. and his courageous effort in seeking and Especially dear should be the name of obtaining a primary, we think has inthiis truly great man to the hearts of sured for him the honor. all Kentuckians. for he was one of us With Hon. James B. McCreary for Born of humble parentage, the son of a Governor and Ollie M. James for U. S. farmer, in a little log cabin in Larue Senator ought to and will satisfy every county near Hodgensville on the 12th. faction of the democratic party. and when there is no court'house, then the law provides that the county has a right to build one, without the people taking a vqta. This recajla the' cpndhV- ion of our old court house and makes those who have a pride in this good old county feel bad to think that it is not us getting the new building. It is to be hoped that the people will again have the chance this fall to take the vote to fix up our old court house for it would take at least ten thousand to remodel it as it should be. If county should go in debt and have the it fixed, there is no doubt but that the county officials could be a "little stingy" for a few years and get it paid for without any additional tax. The j? c..i j J:. record room3 are in a xeanu. cumuuuu anu every property uwiier in uie tuuu-t- y should interest themselves in this enterprise so as to protect his records. dol-lu- rs Evans. It looks ftil ,ajpsfon, like Bppaft)? Bpjo, ton,abJy, ty Jas. P. Edwards looks litfe th'e man for The many Lancaster friends of Mrs. Lieutenenant Governor. Every good W. R. Gaines will be sorry to learn democrat should interest himself in the that she is in the Sanitarium in Stanford in a critical condition. An opera election of a good strong ticket. tion was contemplated on last WednesThe fate of the Canadian Reciprocity day, but upon the consultation of five Agreement lies with the Ways and physicians it was decided that she Means Committee of the house, and would not be able to undergo it congressmen state that the- President will be compelled to abide by their Danville Tobacco Sales. - lsjsrnpr. flSfrWjOl VKJfity' W. H.- 'Brown has sold his farm of 63 Pride and Vant. acres on Crab Orchard pike to A. D, .Pride is as loud a beggar as Want cCreary,wUl Stevana PojWJjSgri,, t and a" great deal more saucy. - When 0! & The Fresh Kid. "Young man," said the old one, severely, "when I was your age, I, too. thought I knew it all. Now I have reached the conclusion that I know very little." "Great Scott!" exclaimed the lad, in astonishment; "has it taken you this long time to find that out? Why, I knew it the minute I saw you!" ! 1 For Circuit Judge At the Peoples Tobacco Warehouse-in Danville this week 90,000 pounds of The senior class of- Transylvania-.TJn- i orfl?tv ' T,inrtnr hnn' Ap.oiAeA to invitft the weed was sold on Monday, 100,000 ' p clark to mB? the ;com. rounds on Tuesday and 80000 pounds on Hon Wednesday. Col. James Chinn of Mer-- - The undersigned hereby give warn-ce- r mencement address in June. county sold 4600 pounds of the new ing to all persons not to transpass upon dent Theodore Roosevelt was second "our sucker variety which averaged oyrjands for any purpose whatever as choice. him 17 cents. Uncle Dave Ross is ela- - we will prosecute all offenders to ful- Judge James, father of Congressman ted over the fait that several Garrard lest ex tent of the law. Hunters and Ollie James, says Congressman John- county farmers were on the market Fishermen especially take notice. Sqnire R Parsons son was misinformed when he was told and realized on an average of from 9J Jno M Farra Ed & N B Price W S Ferguson that Judge Nunn opposed Mr. Johnson to 12J cents. W A Price E F Herring for Governor because he was a S L Rich W S Embry Notice of Communion Services. Mrs'P W Kinnaird T A Elkin The Capitol building at Jefferson City The second quarterly communion of Thompson J W Sweeney 'Missouri was struck by lightning and the Lancaster and McKendree Method- Dave Z T Rice Jas Sutton destroyed, Sunday. Records in" the ist pastorate, will be held at Lancaster Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels state offices including the Governor's Methodist church, Feb., 18th. and 19th. D B Anderson H C Arnold office were destroyed. Preparatory service Monday and Tues- - w q Anderson, H C Hamilton, day night Feb, 13 and 14. Rev. Geo I jj Brown G Y Conn Postmaster General Hitchcocktates Crutchfield of Richmond Ky, will assist " J G Conn T W Conn that reports received by him for the the Pastor and will preach bunday a. m q ciark Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. first month of operation iJf Postal Sav- and p. m istn mst. All memoersnip, m m trm TtmiMpn Dr. W Bumett ings Banks proves them to be a success. expected to be present at the services. ; G Gay W K Leavell c Fellowship cordially and fraternally ex John Boian It is believed that the Alabama tended to others, who may be without E Dunn E G Hammock House will pass the Parks bill, which services in their own churches. R. E. Thompsan Booth Thompson provides for either saloons or T Ex-Pre- si decision in. regard-t- o it, POSTED Davidson Bft & Groceries, Fruits, Fresh Vegetables, Candies, Cigars, Tobacco, Glass, China, Tin or Enamelware, Fresh or cured Meats, Lard, Etc., Call on or Phone 181. Walker, t&&&&M$ft 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 l j Sale of Property. The banquet to be given Col. TheoHughes & Swinebroad, the real es dore Roosevelt at New Orleans March tate agents, report that they have just 11 will cost $10,000. Plates will be $15." sold for J. F. Holtzclaw a portion of his property on Stanford pike 1 mile from town to W. H. Brown !(Boge);fori Saved At Death's Door. life KILLtheOOUCSII and WITH CURE the LUNGS a Stoves. Krir. Ar SI .DO. " I never felt so near my grave," $7,000,00 GUARANTEED SATISFACTORY day of February 1809, the necessities of OB, MONEY EEFUNUEIJ. his family compelled him to devote his libelling A King. entire time to the cultivation of their E. McRoberts Drugstore. A British subject has been sentenced little farm, beginning as soon as he was large enough to lift a hoe. His educa- to a year's imprisonment for circulating Mammoth Cave. tion was sadly deficient, having gone to a libel upon King George, and the fact Representative Robert Y. Thomas school scarcely a year in his entire life. has numerous aspects of interest, has introduced a bill to make a national That royalty should apply to the His family removed with him to Indiapark of Mammoth Cave and the terri courts for redress against a commoner na in i816 and from there to Illinois in tory surrounding it, His bill starts out ; 1830. The first great achievement of is not so notable a proceeding as that with the following: his life was to prove himself the champ the commoner when found guilty of "Whereas, Mammoth Cave, in Kenion railsplitter of his locality, which won seriously impugning the character of Subscribe For The Record. tucky is one of the greatest natural e for him the of "railsplitter" the monarch should get off so lightly. In our last issue we stated that our wonders of the world and should be a term often applied to him in after In a day of greater royal prerogatives years. His first political achievement he would have been lucky to escape be- subscribers could, get the Courier Jour- properly kept and preserved by the!' government of the United States, for was his election to the Illinois legisla- ing hanged, drawn and quartered or nal for eight months for $1.50. This of accord- course means that you have to pay your the benefit of this and future genera, I ture in 1834, studied law at odd mo- locked up in the tower for life, tions." ments and admitted to the bar in 1836, ing to the usage of the time. As it is, subscription to our paper one year .in This bill appropriates $1,000,000 to he was thrice elected to the legislature he is punished no more severely for re- advance to get the benefit of .this rate. carry out its promises, or so much 01 afterward, and moved to the state cap- flecting on a King's honor than if he that amount as may be needed. It proA Carrie Natiaa Talk Is Epigram. ital where he became actively engaged had circulated the same report about vided for tne purchase of 1,610 acres of t. in politics, the culmination of his efforts John Doe or any other A W. C. T. U. woman asked . her: ground. The Secretary of War is to Leigh Hunt not quite a century ago being his election to the presidency in "Can't we go about abolishing saloon have permanent charge of the park. Residence Phone I860 over William H. Seward who be- was fined 500 and sentenced to jail for in a way that is a little more ladylike." Under him are to be three commission- Office Phone 31 came his Secretary of State, and whom two years for merely calling the Prince Sister was the reply, "Samson went ers from civil life, to be selected by the LANCASTER, KY. there was an attempt to assasinate at Regent a "corpulent Adonis of fifty." against a thousand enemies of the Lord Secretary of War. The lighter penalty in the present and smashed them with the jawbone of the time of Lincoln's death, but who recovered from the injuries sustained. case may be cited as an exhibit in the an ass; That wasen't gentlemanly and GOOD NEWS. Because of his views and evolution of popular rights. The divine polite, but the point is he smashed 'em. right, at least as concerns constitutionbefore his inauguration as president six "If you saw a serpant crawling, Many Lancaster Readers Have Heard It of the southern states seceded from the al monarchs, no longer confers extraor- over the floor toward your sleeping New York Worlk. boy, and in another minute that and Profited Thereby. Union. That Lincoln has no desire or dinary privileges. purpose to interfere with the institution serpant would bite him and kill him, "Good news travels fast," and the The College of Agriculture at State what would you do?" of slavery however, is proven by the thousands of bad back sufferers in Lanfollowing words in his first Inaugural Univorsity, Lexington, has decided to "The trouble with all you mothers is caster are glad to learn that prompt run, in address. with the Southern that your sons are all going to hell relief is within their reach. Many a "I have no purpose, directly or indi- railway, an agricultural train ovar the while you sit around being ladylike and lame, weak and aching back is bad no rectly to interfere with the institution lines of that road in Kentucky beginn- polite. more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills, of slavery in the states where it exists. ing March 6 and continuing ,for one If tno mother will take hold of this Thousands upon thousands of people I believe I have no lawful right to do week. The train will be equipped with fight nothing can stand against them. are telling tne good news ot their ex"Give me a wife and a baby and I perience with the Old Quaker Remedy. so, and I have no inclination to do so," lecturers and demonstration apparatus, On January 1, 1863 he issued as a and talks of one hour's duration at each can carry any election. God intended Here is an example worth reading: "war measure" the Emancipation Pro- stop will be given to the farmers of woman to stand beside men at the balMrs. Nancy A. Logan, E. Main St clamation as a means toward the sup- the State on agricultural subjects, lot box, and tell them how to vote. Stanford, Ky., says: "I scarcely know pression of the war of rebellion. He dairying aud poultry-raisin"The Government calls the tax on how to express my gratitude to Doan's in accord to the presidency in the ance with the most advanced and profit saloons internal revenue. It Bhouki be Kidney Pills in return for the benefit was infernal revenue." Fall of 1864. His second Inaugural ad- able ideas along these lines. they have brought me. My back seem dress was one of the greatest uttered to have given out entirely and at I Newspapers throughout the state are Saltoss. ances that ever fell from the lips of times pained me terribly. I often bemortal man, concluding with the mem- boosting Louisville as the meeting If your grocer pleases you came so weak and lame that I was al (From Interior Journal.) orable words:-- " With malice toward place for the next Democratic NationnrnstrntwT T mm atari nnnnved i Lincoln may soon go through the most in every particular, you none, with charity for all, with firm- al Convention, which will have the 1 muuey wetuwicas. T uctuiuug vx j i throes of local option election if cerain uy a K:J f ness in the right as God gives us to see honor of naming the Democratic nomihave no cause for changpletfis which are now underway, mature Doan's Kidney Pills, I began their use the right, let us strive on to finish the nee for President. The Gateway City and they not only relieved my backache are expected to do. A ing work we are in, to bind up the nation's is equipped with an auditorium ably soon, as they '" meeting of a number of men who favor bnt restored my kidneys to a normal wounds, to care for him who shall have suited to the needs of such a convenEven WE can do no more opening of saloons was held a few condition." For sale by all dealers. borne the battle, and for his widow and tion and Kentucky hospitality, such as the n Co., Price 50 cents. days ago, but it is understood that no his orphan, to do all which may achieve is found in no other place on earth, than that. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the would he tendered to the gathering definite action was taken at that time United States. and cherish a just and lasting peace drafting of a petition for an But if you think some of ourselves and with other nations. ' ' that will offer the choice of the Demo- toward the the name Doan's and election, the reason being that the east- Remember cratic people for the highest office in On the night of the 14th of April 1865 making a shift, we would ern sectinn of the county was not rep- take no other. while seated with a party of friends in the land. resented. It is expected that they will be glad to give you the a box in a Washington opera house he Postmaster General Hitchcock has BUClikYE. meet again soon and some positive acwas shot through the head by J. Wilkes been conducting an investigation into best service of which we tion will be taken. As soon as those Rev. Thornton will fill the pulpit at Booth, dying from the wound before the condition of the railwaymail serwho are leaders of the "dry" forces place Sunday. the following morning. are capable. vice and has discovered that some of learned of the meeting of the this Thus passed the Great Emancipator, the officials in that' department are here Miss Agness Miles has been visiting did a little meeting, "wets" they also Often and often we have one of the greatest men this country grossly inefficient, and that considerand it is understood that step3 will be friends in Madison. ever knew, and certainly one of .she able insubordination exists among them. cus turned Mrs. Be Ray bought of John Humto by them greatest that Kentucky ever produced. As a result it is likely that some of the taken Lincoln in toward a campaign and phrey a fine horse, price $135.00. j keep the "dry" column tomers into steady patheads of high officials will be severed keep saloons out. Mr. J. W. Brown was with relatives in the near future. The Mercer County Stack. years since in Lancaster the first of the week. rons. It has been just-threLincoln voted out saloons, and under Judge L. L. Walker who succeeded Mr. Lewis .McCulley and family spent The Louisville Herald came out last the law this length of time is neces- And we lose a surprising Judge Saufley by appointment of the Tuesday in a mw page eamon, eigne Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bogie.' oi,sarv before another election can be few of the really particuGovernor as Circuit Judge of the Thir which consisted of general news, and Mrs. Geo. Ray and daughter, Lucile, held to ascertain the will of the people teenth District, says that the present 92 of industrial magazine section, "Louis spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hiram; lar grocery buyers, who them. Ray. courthonse at Harrodsburg is unsafe, ville in Tabloid." The Herald is one of on the question of unsanitary, and antiquated, that he will the most progressive dailies in the There is some talk that a petition will once become our customMrs. Nancy Jane Ray has been never hold another court in it, and de- South, and for a republican paper is be filed for an election in April, but iting relatives at Teatersville and ers. mands that the Fiscal Court furnish very good. The. management is to be nothing definite can be learned about Creary. this. with another room when it conven- heartily congratulated. him Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bogie Bpent Try us on anything you like es next time. Saturday and Sunday with her parents, 15 Years TfrtniWe sell the best bread Mercer is one of the richest counties Do vou notice r11 this trihniin hmncr Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Noel. g toouble that stomach in the Slate, but maintains a hauled out of Garrard County? There by a that comes to town. courthouse which even the bats and is no reason for this. Let us hope that baffled doctors, and resisted all feme-die- s, he tried, John JW. Modders, of Wife Gt Tip Tep Advice. Try Stones Cake and Hu-bi- g owls think it almost beneath their dig- Lancaster will have a loose leaf market! absolutely the next season. If all the growers would ModdersvUle, Nich., seemed doomed. nity to occupy. It is Pies. MMy wife --wanted me to take our boy worst old shack that ever was permit- only put in a little money, it would be He .had to sell his farm and give up JAj.4--nn uB'Jr name of temple of jus- easy to organize a company and keep work. His neighbors said, i'he can't W 11.A UULW1 bu mi.ma ail llrvlir Vfc"1 "r ted to bear the tUC Bring us your Produce. "! buic live much longer." Whatever L ate tice. If Judge Walker will see that a all this money at home. writes D. Frankel, of Stroud, Okla. distressed me, "he wrote, "till! tried new one is built, he will send his name "I The United States Court of .Appeals Electric Bitters, which worked such won .. said put Bucklen's Arnica Salve on H echoing down the corridors "of time 3 'J m i j.1 uuu-i- : uie, Cincinnati decided that the City of ders for me that I can now' eat things I t, jsneaio. SO, anajy-cure-i with increasing volume, besides writ- at Louisville must pay the $38, 000 "bill of could not not take for years. Its sure-th- e short time." .Quickest healer of Burns,! ing it high upon the annals of fame, Audit Company, of New York, for ly a grand remedy' forstomach trouble, Scalds, Cuts, Corns, Bruises, Sprains, Herald. W. P. Walton in Lexington Harrodsburg will the examination of the affairs of the Just as good foe the liver and kidneys. Swellings. Best Pile cure on. earth. It1s thought that Try it. Only25ctR. E. McBobertat get a new court house on the grounds- Louisville Water Company, thus re- Every bottfe. guaranteed. jDnlyj0c.at '&Son. lm lm have none at al- versing the deckion of Judge Walter R. EM(OtobrtiSon.' that at present they nick-namJ fellow-subjec- writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, Tex., as when a frightful cough and lungs trouble pulled me down to 100 pounds, in spite of doctor's treatment for two years. My father, mother and sisters died of consumption, and that I am alive to day is due solely to Dr. King's New Discovery, which completely cured me. Now I weigh 187 pound and have been well and strong for years Quick, safe, sure its the best remedy on earth for coughs, cold, lagrippe, as thma, croup and all throat and lung troubles. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son. lm. This property consists of 19 acres of land with splendid improvements, and ' j is a beautiful suburban home. Mr. Brown will move to the property at once and we are glad to welcome him that much nearer the City. Mr. Holtzclaw is not going to leave us, but will live in Lancaster, which is good news to his many friends. , Trial Bottle AND ALL THROAT ANDLUKGTROUBLES. New Diseswiry PRICE enn Roughs Freei wii 'OLDS B'l SStU 8 aHMyyyw43 Your Accotint is Still Due. &&&&m i ake A 1 umble that our to the fact Flour leads all others in fine baking qualities, in bone sinew-makin- g eff- J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer fiftk fry fo aq ectiveness. It has all the nutritious properties contained in the choic est wheat with all the useless particles left out. In addition leads all others in the palatable properties of its products. Try sack of it a WHITE iwwwmf 3 SWAN 5&fe! FLOUR with your next grocery order. Don't be put off by other brands. anti-slave- rv Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills. ALEX WALKER, Prop. Currey's GR0CEE7 iMir VJB9rJttTJM1$kJ282r?JFr!:2L&T B. F. HUDSON, President. The Place To Get J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest. ORGANIZED 1SS3. Te Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Vi CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. RlGNEV, SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. g, ed Satisfaction. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. Business Solicited. Prompt Attention. M. Arnold, ., S .! " J. s. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. Foster-Milbur- ng You'll Have To WHISTLE a long iipa&i eSibPi , . , 111 time for even as good lumber as ours. You can whistle forever and now-and-aga- in get no better. There isn't auy. We stay on top in the lumber business just because of the superiority of our be etc. Ask any builder if it pajs, to boards, timbers, the best lumber. e -- f j His answer should make you our customer, Lancaster Lumber &M'fgCo. Ft so-call- ed cure-defyin- SELL YOUR TOBACCO We will pay highest market price at all times. liver either at Paint Lick or Stanford. De-- . " ' " tj u l:i u c- -n Theo Currey W. P. KINCAID, DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO. Residence Phone 199. . ;. Stanford, Kentucky:. jf A ii rT&jEFa&yV2J&rr,ZZ&&T&JG&'T& W il mrWELaBLteBLlffijKSl.aES?'ME w w f. $ r : : 1 We wish to announce to our many friends and patrons that we shall continue the , business in the future the same as it has been run in the past. : : : : ) Our Motto shall be a fair deal to every one and good Merchandise at low- prices. - -- : : U y b TSBUSnsT--- - A fft!iJ tSi5.S?T5CS?Tr2 ,7' !&rr&'!ri JV,?&5,rli.'SrpiISf5! Ell Thanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future business, : : : i utile JZZ"ZZ2jZ I f .M-1- " . - I 'I it 21 nb i ' I ' m,m ' 9 i iW ' VI a m ' , )l itWM IMi M. 9 dMP 1 m Wk.WJ M il1 -- ,ii. IS. .HijfgiJmi BlrHHSfaLlaral ' ! 1. S i. ..:. y g .i .. KAKKSIIUItl'. Mr Noah Marcee is afflicted with grip. Hamilton and Stella Speaks are suf- mmKMmmvmmmmmmmm .Q. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, v. n !(- Coal oil 10 cents per gallon H.G. Lee. "2t fering with scarlet fever. Needs "Nature's Remedy" (MR Tablets.) Needs it to tone up the system, purify the blood and correct the stomach. If you suffer with Stomach Troubles. Constipation, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Sick Headaches, Liver or Kidney Troubles take Nature's Remedy (NR Tablets) it's different from all other medicines because it cures. Satisfaction guaranteed in every case, or money refunded. R." A new line of china ware Phone 199. H. G. at Wards 2t Lee for groceries etc. f ik ! House moving and raising Best references. Phone or write, J. H. Bald1 20 4t pd win, Danville, Ky. im-- 1 tr 15--. m &. leEokris k for rent I1 also have for Housea on Herring avenue, sale, lot of farming plements. H. C. Hamilton. Wanted. i 'ii A gentle combined mare or gelding from 4 to 6 years old. J. F. Robinson Phone 90 or 31 It. pd. Lost a black silk gold handle umbrella between the depot and Jim Beaz-ley- s residence. Return to V. A. Lear. 1 BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH 7 I Cut out this prescription Madam: you White Poodle dog, answers to name J. W. Miller is making a business that evening. Hawking, Spitting, Foul Breath, disgSBbSTttreTSSMCL of "Raggs" finder please return to aiv the one that must look after the stay in the cities of Louisville and LexMr. Norman G. Hasserbaehr of the charges of yellow matter permanently Mrs. Samuel Cotton Lexington Ave. health of the household, and you are ington. Forest Stove Co., of Ironton Ohio, has cured with pure Botanical ingredients. the one in these days of high prices and receive liberal rewaid. . i"fr4"I"I"I"i"i'l"S' 4""fr S"r4 fr'i"M'"I4" I4 -iM3"M,,i jfM fr l"i"4"ii The Chautauqua Circle met Wednes- been a recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. To prove it we will send you a that must manage things economically. SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE S. G. Haselden. For Rent. Someone in the family may have a day afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. CATARRH IS NOT ONLY DANGEROUS but F. Hudson. It is if Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Batson and litHouse yard and garden fifteen acres hard cold this winter; it may be in the it causes ulcerations, death and decay Mrs. Raymond Hendren of Kirksville tle daughter, Cecil were with Mr. and head, peihaps in the chest. of sod for corn and two acres for toof bones, kills ambition, often causes It matters not where; here are some has been visiting her mother Mrs. R. Mrs. T. J. Cherry of Broadhead for a j loss of appetite, and reaches to general bacco, situated three and one half visit of several days. miles from Lancaster near the Buckeye advice and a prescription that will S. Brown. debility, idiocy and insanity. It needs W. D. Walker left Monday for a vis- attention at once. Cure it by taking pike, money rent or on the shares. break up any cold in a few hours, and Misses Eliza and Chastine Rucker of Possession given February first. Work without taking harmful drags or strong Paint Lick were visitors in Lancaster it to his sister Mrs. Robert Brewer of Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It is a Chelsea Oklahoma. He will also go to quick, radical, permanent cure because can be furnished to the right man when drinks into the stomach. last week. First of all, look after the bowels. Tulsa before returning home. not in his crops. Phone D. B. Pelphrey it rids the system of the poison germs Mrs. W. T. West and daughter Miss 347A or write Z. T. Rice, Richmond Ky. The tongue will show whether the liver The Mary Walker Price Chapter of that cause catarrh. At the same time 1 is right or not. If the bowels need at- Bettie were with Stanford friends the 2t the U. D. C. will meet Monday Feb- Blood Balm (B. B. B.) purifies the tention, a good dose of castor oil made past week. blood does always with every symptom tasteless with a little orange juice will j Mrs. Oatly Burk and little son Lu ruary 13th with Mrs. Wood Burnside of catarrh. B. B. B. sends a tingling O. Rigney. J do the trick, although any reliable cian are visiting her mother Mrs. John at the home of Mrs. W. blood of warm, rich, pure blood direct catharic will do. Mrs. Bettie Scott of Texas and Mess- to the paralyzed nerves, and parts affM. Sanders. Then try this economical treatment: VETERINARIAN. is in rs Tram Conn of Oklahoma and George Miss Ella Mae Hagan of McCreary Conn of California are witn their bro- ected by catarrhal poison, giving warmFormer Director Animal Industry Philippine into a bowl of boiling water pour a 5 th and strength just where it is needInlands. United States Army of HYOMEI (pronounce it has been visiting her cousin Miss Annie thers Messrs John and James Conn. ed, and in this way making a perfect, Bell Ballard. High-o-mcover both head and bowl Office at Logan's Stable. S. D. Myers of High Bridge in com- lasting cure of catarrh in all its forms, Telephone 3i and r.i2. DAN VI LLE. KY. with a towel and breathe deep into the Miss Lucy Francis is at home from a pany with his brother Dr. J. C. Myers Druggists or by express, $1 per large lungs the soothing, healing vapor. visit to her sister Mrs. George Ballou of Clinton 111. are visiting their sister Bottle, with directions for home cure. Breathe this vapor for five or ten min- of Richmond. Mrs. William Simpson at Teatersville. SAMPLE SENT FREE by writing, Blood utes until the head feels fine and clear, Balm Co. Atlanta, Ga. Describe your Miss Lora Belle Minor of Louisville then go to bed and sleop soundly until John W. Walker who has been con- trouble and free medical advice given. PHONE 47. is visiting her aunt, Misses Lizzie and CONJUGATED BY morning. fined to the Elizabeth hospital in Leba. Sold by F. P. Frisbie. A bottle of HYOMEI cost 50 cents at India Johnson. Lancaster, Kentucky. non for several weeks is sufficiently reR. E. McRoberts & Son and druggists Miss Kathleen Walter left fliis week covered to return to his home at Point !T. VALENTIN everywhere. A complete outfit which for a term at the Cincinnati Conserva- Leavell. 4Hi44''i':'i-',l',,J,'i"I,,i- , i you can breathe it any time or place, tory of Music. Mrs H. Clay Sutton was hostess this oosts only $1.00. It is guaranteed to y fyip-jand AMAMU5 cure catarrh coughs, colds, sore throat ofMiss Margaret Hendren Mr. .brother week of the "Tuesday afternoon Club" AMO Cincinnati are visiting and Mrs. Pretty valentine decorations and an inand croup, or money back, AMAS AMATIS Dave Sanders. viting luncheon lent much charm to AMANT Mrs. Ike Dunn and children of Lex- the social gathering. PUBLIC SALE! ington have been recent guests of Mr. OF LANCASTER. Miss Katie Simpson was hostess the I will on Saturday, February 11, 1911 and Mrs. J. D. Gully. past week of the members of the "SewT OVE will find its way.- Byat my residence on Stanford street sell I a ron. Capital i Miss Kathleen Hanley of Niciholas-vill- e ing Circle." A charmingly appointto the highest bidder the following:-- 2 Love is strong as death. is expected this week for a visit ed luncheon was served and a pleasant Bible. horses, 3 cows, household and kitchen A. R. DENNY, President afternoon of social enjoyment" followLove too late can never glow. furniture consisting of a lot of old time to Miss Minnie Brown. ed. J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. Keble. furniture. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Shusrars W. Love accomplishes all things. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. Terms K. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Jr. have returned to Stanford! ofter J, Wesley Dickerson the bright Petrarch. made known on day of sale. r. kyoung son of Mr. ana Mrs. J. r. J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embky, a stay with the Misses Shugars. With true love there, is trust. J. P. Prather. Dickerson is reported quite sick. It Philip Reger. h Miss Martha Tillett is at home after .will Love which hath ends will have be remembered he submitted to an a visit of several weeks to Mn. and operation for appendicitis about a year MoUy thinks it is possible to train a Safety Deposit Ebxes For Rent an end Dryden. husband to perform many useful Mrs. Luther Foley of Lexington-M- r. Love gives itself and is not ago. bought. Longfellow. feats, but one of the most difficult WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Jonas Rucker of Richmond! lias Love at two and twenty is a Mrs. Joe Elder and pretty little daugh is to teach him to buy economically I joined his wife here for a visitt to ter of Danville have been the guests Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. terribly intoxicating draft. just write a Judge William Sugars and family-Ruffini. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. of Mrs. Emma Higginbotham. Mrs. for the household. I I Life is a sleep, love is a dream, my husband to R. S4 Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey who has been Elder will be remembered as Miss Elsie" note, send and you have lived if .you have luSKBBJb aitgfxar5spjsagafr.?'r?- r, loved. De Musset. seriously ill for several weeks 3 very Palmer who formerly lived with MrsT BROWN'S and back comes just Old Love's plant must be watered much improved and able to be ug. a'gain. Higginbotham and attended school here what I ordered and just how I want with tears and tended with 1 10 Miss Francis O'Brien has returned to Mrs. S. G. Haselden will entertain it. care. Danish Proverb. Office, National B uik of Lancaster. mimi - h. ISEl t'4"r-fr,i"l"i' si I have bought out the grocery of J. A. Jones on depot street, and will apBREAKS UP COLD. preciate a share of your patronage. Give me a trial H. G. Lee. Thousands are Using the New 2t Mrs Ham Aldridge who has been very sick is able to be up again. Mr Jim Turner has returned from a brief visit to his parents. Mr Teleafus Pollard sold his crop of tobacco at Lancaster for Scts. Miss Lula Simpson is spending the week with Mrs M. F. Rout of Fayette county. Business meeting at the church tomorrow (Saturday) morning at the usual time. Hughes Brothers sold their crop of tobacco at Central Warehouse, Lexington, for 14Jcts. Miss Susan Sutton was at the bedside of her sister, Mrs Ben Hughes, of Lancaster, last week. Mrs Ben King of Boyle county, spent Friday with her parents, Mr and Mrs Thompson Arnold, near Lancaster. The Ladies' Working Society will meet at the residence of D. S. Swope next Thursday afternoon at two o'clock Gossip About People v v v A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those Wz Are Interested in. li ! gP 9 gP Mfc IMP P M.1 1 Til to-da- y, A iHW IHHW ' af- gP 11 Harry Yantis of Indianopolis is here visiting relatives. Miss Callie Adams is numbered with the sick at this time. Mrs. H. M. Ballou and children are the guest of Stanford relatives. Miss Bettie Robinson has been in Campbellsville with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Robinson are at home after a stay in the Falls City. Miss Hallie Brown has returned from a stay with Crab Orchard relatives. Mrs. Miller Field of Louisville is visiting Squire Robert Boyle and daugh- this Friday afternoon in honor af a her home in Lawrenceburg Indiania Misses Martha and Helen number of friends. The members of ter a visit to the Embroidery Circle will partake of Gill. the fair hostess hospitality on this ocFriday, H. Clay Kaffman left casion. An inviting repast served in a for a business trip to Frankfort. dainty way will add to the enjoyment Miss Mayme Bastin is at home after of the occasion. a three week's visit to Paris friends. Mrs. T. J. Price gave a handsome Mrs. Sallie McCormick is in Paint reception to about thirty-fiv- e or more Lick with her son Mr. Joe McCormick. guests on Thursday afternoon. The Miss Leila Grant of Danville came color scheme of white and green enThursday for a visit to Lancaster rela- hanced the beauty of the home and to gather with the graciousness of the tives. hostess and the tempting viands served Mrs. David Chenault of New Mexico made the occasion one of great enjoyis here visiting her daughter Mrs. J. ment. W. Elmore. Miss Estill Walker and Mrs. Woods Miss Lotty Mae McRoberts leaves Walker left Friday for Tampa Florida, soon for a visit to schoolmates in wThere they will join Mr. Woods Walker Lynchburg Virginia. who has been in Georgia and Alabama Mrs. Henly V. Bastin and little son for several weeks, and will be guests Charles are in Nicholasville visiting of Mr. Huyler of New York at his Mr. and Mrs. Charles Denman. Southern home for a months hunting and fishing. Miss Walker will also visMiss Scotta Petty is at home after a protracted stay with her sister in De- it friends at several other places before her return catur and other towns in Illinois. """ i $ l " Mrs. Jacob Joseph has returned from Mrs. C. A. Daugherty of High Bridge a stay in Eaton Ohio. Mrs. Charles is visiting Mr. and Mrs. William Simp- Davis accompaiued her mother to Lanson. caster. Mrs. Dr. O'Bannon, of Stanford was Miss Tommie Francis was in Stanford the week end guest of Mrs. W. T. Friday to witness the play "St. Elmo" which was given at the Opera House West. ter CATARRH CURED BY THE MARYFL OF THE CEN- Method TURY, B. B. B- .- TESTED FOR 30 Lost. With Wonderful Results. YEARS. Phone 31. your fault WW you are not using Glen Lily or White House I FLOUR city by !! Henry L Casey, o.v.s. It's the BEST and it made your tea-spoonf- ul e) Garrard Miliinq Compan '1 r: THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. $Surpius 25,000. AMAT "r" - -- Book-Keepe- BETSY'S POINTERS HENS lOcts tszr'frr'smE.j WONDER YOUR . NO Head Aches after counting out the cash for your monthly bills and then finding your cash don't balanse. And it's all unnecessary work too. If you had an account at this bank you WtKwfcftwfVyy ; nvTw could simply make out checks for your bills and you could know instantly your cash balance on hand and not be troubled with its keeping. lK Lovers are never tired of each other. They always speak of themselves. La Roche. Love Is not altogether a delirium, yet has it many points in common therewith. Carlyle. Love one human being with warmth and purity and thou wilt love the world. Jean Paul. Love verses writ without any real passion arc the most nauseous of all conceits. Shen-stone. Chickens 10 to lets, Young Roosters 6cts, Roosters 5icts. to lets, Dacks Geese 7 to 8cts, Eggs, 5 to 6cts, 1 1 1M& IMiJlllnlijiiMJifiiMJBi: paJircaiBraiiBng. ifiiiijiiiiiiijiiiMiiinSHlO Old Guineas 20c Young Guineas 25c Just received a car load of White Seed Oats and car of Salt. I PLEASE CALL AND PAY YOUR Garrard Bank & Trust Company. algebraic equation. Emerson. When a youth is fully in love with a girl and feels that he is wise in loving her he should at once tell her so plainly and take bis chanco bravely with other suitors. Ruskin. - mathematically just, as much as the two sides of an All love is Love and you shall be loved. Wanted:Fur Wil pay Louisville and Cincinnati quotations for Fur. H. B. NORTBCOTT, FHISBIE'S DHUG !ll?iIllJSrirM,:jTSJlrSli ( 1 nirt STORE. DEPOT STREET. 1 m uM ii ti ly.ij.yj Wir njraignflMrTfiJBrl '" - VZ CUPIDS JHMftkHHfetek- VSN fSJrr j-- vir S. v7 BAg ENDAR, Mn i Farm and Stock. W. P. Burton bought 2 horses in Richmond Monday for $400,00. Mr. J. B. Bourne bought 3 mules in Richmond Monday for 5.85,00. If any sheep or lamb is heard coughing, put it by itself and give special c v 'By Robertus Love tmmffuT rair nvjitf7rot.rM popss Jtssocjjtrriorr g0Oe?(9OC?CC?C?C?C?CO -- Tdlentine valley ! OC70QO O O O C? QCPC? ?P - I vsyi fJj 2 I SiSfrP i"7 6o$&oaooooocxooo ATTEN-T.1CNU11IM I - UAUJl$. I l . . . I CM--9 L M JHf " a . OHft r ft &Z4 II . . y care and treatment. and remove it. v Find the cause ' W. S. Carrier and Melvin Rodgcrs purchased a lot of 125 pound shoats in Richmond Monday for which' they paid 8 cts per pound. -- Mr. Arch K. Walker sold a fox hound to Mississippi parties for $75. It would seem that $75 dogs and $100. mule colts are more profitable than raising 7 cent tobacco. The rains and continued warm weather have caused wheat in the western part of Kentucky to grow steadily and to a considerable height. The growth is tender and rank, and it is feared that unless there is a covering of snow when the next freeze comes a heavy damage will be done. Prof. M. A. Scovell stated in an a dress at the State Poultry show in Le ington, that Kentucky gets $15,000,. CO for poultry and eggs every year, ar d that at least hat amount is lost an u ally because of improper methods in poultry raising and through waste. Early lambs are making their appearance and most of them are being saved.' The weather ha3 been warm for some weeks and as there is considerable grass the ewes are giving plenty of milk. So far, we have heard of no engagements for future delivery but six cents is talked of for June and July. Falls Victim To Thieves. S. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., has a justifiable grievance. Two thieves stole his health for twelve years. They were a liver and kidney trouble. Then Dr. King's New Life Pills throttled them. He's well now. Uurivaled for Constipation, Malaiia, Headache, Dys- Valentine "Valley 1 dtocll and dream. Lounging enrapt by a radiant stream. Lying" enchanted beneath the tK.y. While the old babbling" bvorld tvag's by. JV Valentine Valley the piled up years 'Roll off liKe clouds, until youth appears A taraith o' the past, and his face is mine As it tvas in the days of Auld Lang Syne. TV Valentine Valley a Trescncc comes Ah. thrill of the bugles and throb of tne arums, ffay. palpitant, pulsing", perfect note lobtt song" from the linnet's throat!) Of the girl Knctv Valentine JJV XVhcn life Valley lyric of Idatan and detu. tvas a taas a dash of the detu and 1he datun. XVhen Comes out of the mists of the years ag"onc. "TV Valentine Valley, beside the stream "COhcrc lazing and lounging I dose and dream. She calls to me softly, and hand in hand X2)c tuandcr atvay to Enchantment Land. jS Valentine Valley tsthy. notv and here Are the place and the lime, it is perfectly clears it is life. And it is not a dream it is XOoman tvho is my tuifc. For the Girl is the JV lo-Oe'- In "aiiiii- j 11 !,.., .: t'1 k. 1 -- lM l r baibrrsl op. BaIUSHIC ltM KNRV DUNGWS "IU'l'DX K'ilM'iM? TltHHTR. .Lrsej Ei.il Hen. Simpson 88427 S- - ISO!, s igi I. J. W. S W H. Office EENEY. lo-C- c County Surveyor. PHOXV tflKI. I TiNSLEY, Hurt . aver K fun ttnr aimp K Lancaster, mtkv lo-O- "W. T. K1K A. nctioneex LOWELL", 6, Gi K.E2CTL"CXtf, h'Hi Jo iTv ' t nr Jtlr. ,i, r.-f- - !: . i. . r :LDSCsr9BI3'5, '' Tte ay f Qm& OM StL ""l7 or tmperor T. VALENTINE was a Christian martyr of the reisn 270. His festival was Claudius, suffering death about the jear Greg-nr- v obsened on the 14th of February hofore the time of Pope hail its origin the Great. The custom of sendlas valentines on or about in a heathen practice connected with the worship of Juno association with St. Valentine is wholly accidental. this day. Its Vifa Uhjctou.) E. W. ATonaw, Gruutiatv Optician Gl.i.isus I 3 itU-- i. l.naf uuievu. rmm pepsia. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. Mr. George H. Lane, Buena Vista, Ky., sold this week to Mr. Allen S. Edelen, Burgin, Ky,, the six year oid combined stallion, Chester Black, mare by Chester Dare, dam by Bourbon Chief second dam by Peavine, third dam by Guy Eagle. The horse is black with the neck of the Dares and motion of the Harrison Chief family. SKIN AND SCALP TROUBLES YIELD Commissioner's Sale of Land. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. J Cut It Oat. (By R.7.. !' ? igoiH rutt.'wpMMiMMc M. K, fi, Office over Ml-- Denny, DENTIST riKl 1 There's a motto we have heard "Cut it out," And "tobacco" is th word-- Cut Clell Thomas, 4 .. -. TO ZEMO. We Qordially Invite 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 1st, with less than ten thousand pounds in rejections. A CLEAN LIQUID PREPARATION FOR EXTERNAL USE. R. E. McRoberts & Son Drng Store is so confident that ZEMO will rid the skin or scalp of infant or grown person of pimples, blackheads, dandruff, ec zema, prickly heat, iashes, hives, ivy poison or any other form of skin or scalp eruption, that they will give your money back if you are not entirely satisfied with the result obtained from the use of ZEMO. The first application will give prompt relief and show an improvement and in every instance where used persistently, will destroy the germ life, leaving the skin in a clean, healthy condition. Let us show you proof of some cures made by ZEMO and give you a 32 page booklet how to preserve the skin. R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug Store. individual average on an entire crop As usual we topped the market 23.25 and the hest 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. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered in the above styled cause at its November term 1910, the under signed commissioner will on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1911, this day being County Court day between the hours of eleven o'clock A. 51. and twelve o'clock noon sell at public outcry, in front of the Court House door in Lancaster Ky. to the highest and best bidder the following real property to wit; Said land is located in Garrard county, Ky and is known in the division and allotment of the land of D. G. Ross as lot no. 1 and is bounded as follows. Beginning at a white oak stump corner to Jacob New-lanthence S 70A W40 poles to a stake in Newland's line; thence S10 E poles to a stake in the line of the survey; thence East 96 poles to a stake on a hillside near a sugar-trethence N 110 poles to a stake in the road, corner to S. D. Carpenter's thence N U9J W 23 poles to a stake in said road, Carpenter's corner: thence NG3J W 25 poles to a stake, corner to Carpenter's line; thence N 4 E 4 poles to a stake in Carpenter's line and corner to Newland; thence N 73i W 6 poles to a bunch of willows on a branch near the old tanyard and corner to said Newland; thence b 14 W24 poles to stake in said branch, near a locust thence S 8 E 47 poles to the beginning, containing G3& acres. baid sale will be on a credit of six Tii.rVio nf twolvo Trmnlia timo will be required to give bond with ap-- 1 proved security, said bonds bearing 6 percent interest irom date ot sale until paid and having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, if not paid at maturity. d; E4-18-- 10 et al. vs Semmie McCreary, et al. Plaintilrs. ! it out. saaKassaoagr trmnrrzi We have heard much talk and shouting We have seen both smiles and pouting; M. Still as ever we are doubting it's out. If Men, let's get together reason; ll Wrk biiiMii-c- d. Is it right? To cut out the poor man's season Keatucky. Paint Lick, By our might. lM9-tf- . Shall we say "Tobacco grower, "You shall not raise any more "So close up your old barn door, "Or we'll fight." Can we in this land so free Cut it out? Oifiice over Logan's .store. When with us some don't agree; To cut out. ReMdence Phone 75. Ottioe Phone C. What can we do, I wish to know $000frCOOOPOCOC If a farmer wants to grow? - Vi:!lmjry. J. PATRICK, Dentist. DR. Wm. BURNETT Phvsican and Surgeon. e; Shall we Lurn him out? Say "No." Cut it out. If we cannot stand the price St ! Oiif i Cut it out. If we're thinking they're not nice Cut it out. U x ofQIL T TT-C7- - X . '4 4-- 10 Let our neighbors use their will Let them raise tobacco .still; And let us "turn our own mill," We'll cut out. Curators Sale. 044MOOiwoohwn4o)ovoMa & Ware McRoberts. Hughes Swinebroad i 6-- 10 REAL ESTATE. Sell Farms on low Commission. Titles Abstracted. Phone 221. ? DANVIkfeE T05ACCO WAREHOUSE CO. INCORPORATED. WALNUT STREET. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Women suffering from headache, backache, pain inside, or nervousness, or any other ailment resulting from female trouble, should getCardui and use It regularly. Cardui has been found, by thousands of ladies, to relieve female weakness, by restoring to health the weak womanly organs. Free Insurance Free Stables. No Charge for Rejectors. Tobacco - The loose floor sale Growers-flTTENTI- ON! at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse on Perryville street, immediately east of the Queen and Crescent Railway, is being held every day. Buyers from all leading factories are on hand. All tobac- , co is placed on sale in uniform grades, each grade bringing the highest market price. We make no charge 'ffor rejections and will sell your tobacco until you are satisfied with the price you receive. All insurance is .rf. Teamed by us and your tobacco is protected from the minute it enters our house until it is sold. Experienc- '5sVedynen in charge of all departments to guard your interest Our advice, as is the advice of all tobacco - Mrs. F. S. Mills, Murietta, Calif., tried Cardui and writes: "I don't think anyone can recommend a medicine more I highly than I can Cardui. had a mishap, followed by inI positively beflammation. I would have died, had lieve it not been for Cardui. When 1 began taking it, I could not stand on my feet After taking two bottles, I was cured, and I now weigh 165 pounds." Try Cardui it will help you. Sold everywhere. 45 jv warehouses, is that you place your tobacco upon the market as soon as it has been stripped. more then and you save the cost of extra hauling and get the use of your money. It weighs 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 Perryville street, immediately east of the Queen and Crescent Railway, Col. I. M. Dunn is the auctioneer who sells i FARMER'S COLUMN I sive use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for the sale of stock, grain and such things on farm as the farmer cannot afford to advertise. No notice will be accepted over four lines, and will be only iu two issues of the Recohd, free of charge 00 000000000OCOOOOfrOOOOOOOOOOOft0 (pace below this heading Is for the exclu- 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 PEOPLES' TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Phone No 50. Perryyille St. DAYE ROSS. Solicitor in Garrard County. -- CO. Incorporated. DANVILLE, KY A fresh milk cow. W. R. Cook. Lost on lastcourt day a long hair, black shepherd pup with "white ring around his neck. Return to J. H, Thompson, Preachersville and receive FOR sale reward. "" Seventeen heifers; 49 steers; 1 pair Office Danville street. of work mules; 1 weanling mule; 1 M. C. G. C. C. brood mare; 45 head of sheep; 1 hog; 1 J. A. Amon Office Phone 83 Residence Phone 9. R. H. Tomlinson, Attorney for Plaintiff. red Jersey Boar; 1 binder; 1 sled; 1 wagon, i;5 barrels of com; 1 lot of Millet hay; etc. Call and see us for a good On county court day, the 27th day of February, 1911 at the Court House Cut and Clean Shave. door in Lancaster, we will sell 100 bar- Hair rels of corn that is on Tom W. Conn's The Only Two White Barbers In Town. place near Hyattsville, 2 miles from Lancaster, Kentucky. See the tall sin, ISoi tb side of TERMS OF SALE. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Public Square. ' Plaintiffs. All sums under $15.00 cash. Sums of Jesse Sanders, that amount or more on credit of six M. Vs. (G) months from day of sale, the purW. M. Dyehouse, et al. Defendants. chaser to give bonds payable to us as Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar-ar- d curators with good surety bearing 6 per Circuit Court rendered in the a- - cent interest from the day of sale until bove stvled cause at its November term uaid. havincr the force and effect of a 1910, the under signed commissioner ' judgment upon which execution may be LAWYER and COUNTY ATTORNEY. will on MONDAY FEBRUARY 27th. j had if not paid at maturity. Said prop 1911, this day being County Court Day erly win ue soiu so as 10 suit purcnas between the hours or' eleven A. JU. ers and to bring most monev. Cash Will Practice In all "State Courts and and twelve o'clock noon, sell at public will be accepted for any sale of any U. S. District Court. out-cr- y in front of the courthouse door amount if puid before the property is Phone 194. in Lancaster, Kythe following real moved. When notes are given they Office over Police Court. property to wit; must be given before the property is Said property lies in Garrard County moved. Wm. H. Conn. ) on Sugar Crekand is bounded as fol -John A. Conn, JCurators ows; Beginning at a stone in J. M. Wilmore, Ky. Sanders line Un Sugar Creek bottom; thence N 19 poles to another stone; LIVE STOCK JIAKKET. thence N 81 E 8.5 poles to a stone; thence N 19 poles to a black walnut ' in CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, a drain in Sanders line; thence S 81 Cleaning and Pressing La- W 8.5 poles to the beginning, contain- Feb. 10. Cattle Hogs Sheep ing 1 acre be the same more or less. Receipts CSS 1S24 278 dies and Men's Garments. It is the same land sold and conveyed Shipments 40 1370 00 by M. S. Simpson and wife to W. M, Shoe Repairing Phone 340 Public Dyehouse, on April 9th. 1908. by deed CATTLE: Shippers J5?55 T5 Square. Second hand clothes sold on now of record in the Garrard County Butcher steers extra 5 853 CO Clerk's office, Deed Book 24, page 204. Good to choice 6 00 5 73 commission. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy Common to fair 4 2i4 85 debt of One Hundred Dollars ($100.00) Heifers, extra 6 605 75 h. VI. Faulkner, jVIgr. with interest thereon at the rate of 6 Good to choice 4 85 5 50 per cent per annum from April 9th,1908, Common to fair 3 504 75 until paid subject to credits herein af- Cows, extra 4 855 00 Office Hoars Office over ter set forth, and that plantiff also re- Good to choice 4 5 00 8n.m to 12. lp.m. to 4. Stormes' Drag Store. cover his costs herein of said W. M. Common to fair ... 2 50 4 00 Dyehouse. 2 50.1 75 Canners It is futher adjudged by the court Balls halognas 4 255 25 that all interest on said note has been Extra 4&5510 paid to April 9th. 1910, and that said Fat balls 4 7.VS5 V5 DENTIST. note is subject to the further following CALVES: extra 9 02050 Phone 65. credits, $2. 80 paid Oct, 1st. 1910, and Fair to good Lancaster, Ky. 8 00 9 00 $5.00 paid Oct, 21, 1910. This lot will be Common and large .. . 00 8 00 4 sold as a whole on a credit of 6 months good packers and batchers 7 607 75 I have just opened up a new, clean with interest at 6 per cent interest per HOGS: packers .. 7 557 60 annum from date of sale until paid. Mixed Stags 4 25 5 75 Said Purchaser will be required to give bond with approved security, the Common to choice heavy fat sows. 5 25 7 00 Light shippers 7 SO 8 00 on Lexington said bond to have the force and effect Pigs, (110 lbs street next to the post and .... 7258C0 of a judgment and shall be a lien upon SHEEP: extra.. less) office and will be glad to have my 4 00 000 the property sold and execution of fieri 3 S03 90 friends to call and see me. Clean , facias may issue upon said bond if same Good to choice Common to fair 3 25 3 25 is not paid when due. Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention LAM is : extra 6C0O0C Feb, 7th. 1911. Good to choice .......i....". a '0 3 90 J. A Amon, Jtf. 0 G. C. C Common to fair.... '....". 4 50 (3 as Feb. 7, 1911. As Curators of the estate of J. T. Conn, deceased, we will at the premises occupied by said decedent at his death, near Wilmore, in Jessamine county Kentucky, on the road from Lexingtou to Harrodsburg, commenc ing at 10 o'clock a. m., on Thursday, February 23rd, 1911 sell to the highest bidder the following personal property left by said decedent to wit:- - Dr. J. S. Kinnairti, Physlcan and Surgeon Commissioner' s Sale of Land, A HOUSE. J. E. Robinson, Lancaster Dry Cleaning Co 8-- Barber Shop JOHN DUNCAN. : . K . v