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RECORD Union t. - jT r-3- " LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1911. t3SS333SSS3Cg33SS3X&3333883 See the show NUMBER 46. at the Court House Dangerous Articb Burley Tobacco Cut-Qu- r& . P 3 II wwm.i- -i ilSTril I" 'aran'rntT-jr- : ft P Planters sold in This is sufficient proof that it is a good one. t? Within the last week Dr. Burnett ha3 Next Monday is county Court Day, extracted the points of crochet needles Dont forget to stop in and pay us that from the hands of three local ladies. The burley tobacco growers of the The City Council should take some step dollar. state assembled at Lexington Monday t0 sl0P tne SQu lauius irom using r Wednesday was ueurge Ttr " i" sharp pointed ciochet needles else ser afternoon to hear v reports from the birthdav. The banks were closed- - and ious results mav follow. luuneen counties wnicn nave been reported Iuke warm on the proposithe post office observed holiday hours. tion. About 175 men were presThe Lesson Hear. Rev. Johnson will conduct a temperent and the following resolution Points not in the' S. S. lesson papers was offered and ance meeting at the Baptist church in adopted with but Preachersville Sundav mornine at 11 are connected with our every day hie three dissenting votes, one of whom are sought for in the lesson review was Mr. Clarence o'clock. Tate of Lincoln every Tuesday night, at the Methodist county who voted against the resoluan hour" Subject church in the Study led by the pastor. "The need of next Sunday night at memorial metho-di- S. S. teachers of sister churches desir- tion, stating that about 1000 out of by ing to prepare the lesson will have 3000 acres in his county was pledged church Lancaster. Service pastor twenty minutes song service cordial welcome. First twenty min- to the cut out and that he did not think the sentiment at that time justified the preceding sermon. uses will be a song sei vice bearing on cut out. The resolutions follow Monday is county court day, come in the lesson in topic of the hymn. "Be it resolved by . night (Thursday). Declares For mmMm!mimM mm$m&i&mjiim I ALL W st 0 SIZES. Something new that no other planters have. Let us explain it to you. UH t?i r Elf Will run as good as NEW. Wa you money if you will ci-S'iv- e and Bee us, if you owe us bring us the Rural Route Change Of Time. money, we need it. If you are not a To prevent the patrons of Rural route subscriber to the Record come in and No. 1 standing out'in the cold a couple your name placed on the list. have of hours unnecessarily on alternate I have a complete line of D. M. C. mornings, waiting for their mail the crochet cotton now in stock. No's 1 to Record informs them that on Tuesday, 30 inclusive 15c a ball; 40 to 70, inclu- Thursday and Saturday morning Carrier sive 20c a ball; SO to 100, 2octs. Call on route no 1 goes to Nina. This diverMrs. L." N. Miller. and see me. sion makes him abont two hours late in reaching points on the l'eturn trip from Mr. John F. Wagers, well known liacKley into Lancaster. stockman and politician and A Musical Cat. of Madison county suffered a stroke of paralysis Sunday morning which affectMr. R. Zimmer, the affable host of ed his entire left side and he is yet in the "Kengarlan". was awakened from a critical condition. hie slumber one night this week by the mellow strains of "The Watch on the Miss Anna B. Darst and J. Rhine," being played on the piano. Newland both of Lincolm county, were Mr. Zimmer thought at f.rst in his married at the Methodist psrsonar..- - a. that he had been Stanford Wednesdny evening atSo'cIo k in the presence of a few friends and transported to th.. Fatherland, but uprelatives. The bride is a daughter of on investigation he found that a small Harvey J. Darst and one of the most cat, "little George," the property of loved and admired young women in the Mr. George Wright, had wandered into county. Mr Newland has been in the Q. the parlor and climbed onto th'e piano Mr. & C railroad, employ but has been farm and was producing the music. ing for the past year. The happy couple Zimmer is at a loss to know where the left on a bridal tour to Jacksonville, cat acquired his german musical talent. Fla. They will reside on their farm iT tobacco and representatives of the Burley Tobacco Union at a convention held in the city of Lexington, Ky., February 20, 1911: 0: Collars, Collar Pads, Breeetiing, Check Lines & Plow "First That the lack of organization among fanners, and the low prices of tobacco, are destructive of the peace, happiness and prosperity of Kentucky and all the Burley growing counties; "Second That the only remedy suggested is a cut- - out of the 1911 crop: Ihird That this convention, considered the reports from vari ous counties, both as to acres actually pledged and the general sentiments of the people, believes there is a large majority in favor of said t, and we hereby vote and declare that no tobacco should be grown this year: "Fourth That we advise all growers to refrain from making prepara tions for a crop, and hereby request that any and all such preparations be reported to the headquarters of the union." The Record is unable to find out who, or by whose authority, Garrard county was placed among the' cut-ocounties. Mr. R. L. Ro.-.the county chairman of Garrard countv for the Burlov Uin'o i, informs us that at the last meeting held in this county, which was on last Saturday, there was only 500 out of G300 acres pledged to the t. He informs us further that cut-ouut e, 0 9 i 3. 0sle Gear BROS. 3 near Stanford. Tiie Riglii Mo7e. mmmMY0mA ixqxxam icmii let us. Prompt Payment. The Macabees have paid $3,000. to Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph widow of th late Jacob Joseph. This is one of the safest orders in existence and has paid millions to widows and orphans. , or? j? pp rag On Park Selected Wednesday Hon BL J. E. Robinson Lancaster, Kv. xcscscs ! yvsmrmiM received a telegram from Congressman Harvey Helm stating that the park in the center of the square had been selected as the place on which to build the Government Building. In a short time the work and we wi'l have a beautiful building in the lac where now there is nothing but a few old dilapidated iron benches and a dozen I or so sick dogs. will-start A move in the right direction has been made at" Hickman, this state, g v.hcre a syndicate has acquired 1,000 aeres. which it will cut up into small parcels and let out to those who will grow garden truck on the shares. Not more tham five acres will Le permitted in any one track, and on each of these "patches" the 3yndicate will erect a neat frame dwelling. The demand from near by cities for vegetables and small fruit will be met by the plans of these nromoters who are confident their investment will prove a remunerative one. Intensive farming will be nested upon, and there appeared to be no reason in the world, save a "ucccssion 'crop failuies and that is almost an absolute impossibility, why the highest degree of success should not attend the venture. truck-growin- m cut-ou- -- Mr. Bradley Wilson asked him to go to Lexington to attend the meeting on Monday but that ho refused, telling him that he was sick, and besides he did not think that it would be of any use, that he did not think the sentiment in Garrard county was in favor of and that he was not in fava cut-ou- t, William J. Olivers improved plow leads all others. it runs lighter and is stronger;, it will turn dirt where others fail. See the plow and get prices before you buy. Those Concrete Walks. 111 r H III Sjjr isitt r ft- - r v - mack r ma istcc er p cdvphiccoco. -- - Yl m buying spring clotnes you 11 find EFORE How many feet of concrete paving will go down around the Square with the advent of Spring? Has any preparation been made to put down any? We will venture to say not. Sometime since the City Council passed an ordin ance placing it at their option to force the putting down of concrete walks around the square, conformingto specifications submitted at the time. Surely we stand in crying need of sidewalks of some description around the square, there are places that are a menace to the public. Does the City Council ordain just to be ordaining, or will they exercise their option when the weather will permit. Or better still, will the enter prising property owners around the suuare get busy and put down concrete walks ia front of their property without the intervention of the City dads. Popular Young Couple Married. Miss Mamie McWhorter and Mr. O. H. Hehdren were married at the residence of the brides parents at Paint Lick Ky. On last Thursday evening, the lGth, Fvev. F. M. Tinder perform-ic- g the ceremony. The bride is the second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter of Paint Lick, and is one of the most attractive of upper Garrard's younger set. She is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Carrier of this place. The groom, "Dock" Hendren as he is usually known, is a son of Mr. Jack Hendren of the eastern part of the county near Kirksville, and himself has been until recently one of the prominent horsemen and farmers of that section. However, he haa recently associated himself with his brother-in-laMr. Parks, in the firm of Hendren & Parks in Danville. The happy young couple will make their home in Danville. May Refuse Admittance. it I WW!' wortn. wnile to examine the nooby blue-grmixtures, ay or of tying the hands of part of the people and allowing the others to go free. We are very much inclined to the belief expressed by the Lexington Leader which says that "Steam Roller" methods were employed at the Lexington meeting. We are fully satisfied that the to- uacco raisers oi uarrani county were not in sympathy with the cut-omove at this time and under present conditions. We are equal'y certain that tobacco will be raised in this county. While we would not advocate the raising of a large crop, believing that the reduction of acreage would have a vast tendency toward the bettering of prices for the 1911 crop, yet we feel certain that should a man desire to raise a crop, be it large or small, he will not be molested. Garrard is a county of law abiding citizens believeing in allowing every man to follow the best of his own inclination, in the cultivating of his farm, as in all other things, feel ing that the law will uphold and protect him in the right, and will punish whoever may interfere with him in his rights. The Executive Committe of the Burley Tobacco Society did not have a representative present at the meeting of the Union people in Lexington, and while they were themselves in session at the time, they took no cognizance of the action of the Tabacco t. Union in declaring a ut 9 Bargains on Hames, Collars, Back Bands, Wagon Breeching, Collar Pads, Trace Chains, Check Lines and everything you need on your farm. W. J. Romans, ThsFeeedThFaUens Established 1901. g cut-ou- j Write for prices. &. Guaranteed 41 per cent protein. new shades or brown and tan, and Llue, m tne Leautirul Spring woolens just sent to us by Another Promotion. WILLIAM A. BURNETT, Louisville, Ky. Represented in Lancaster by Hudson Hughes. Ed. K Price $ MERCHANT Co. TAILORS CHICAGO Ve 11 take your measure and o-wu5jv nave your selection made up as you want it, at a price witnin your ability to pay. And tlie clothes will satisry you in every particular or you needn't take tkem. H. T. LOGAN, Lancaster, Ky. r 37 .- si Court of Appeals at Frankfort last Friday held that persons who are intoxicated are not in proper condition to be received on a train, and may be refused admittance, even though they have purchased tickets, reversing the judgment of the Lewis Circuit Court which awarded M. B. Selsor $200 damages for being ejected from a train of the Chesapeake & Ohio railroad. Selsor bought a ticket at Vanceburg to South Portsmouth, Ky., and when he started to board the train the conductor noticing his condition, told him he could not get on his train for he would not cany him. Selsor then went up to the front coach and boarded the smoker. After the train pulled out of Vanceburg Sal-sbecame so boisterous he waa ejected. The court here says that after being refused admittance by the conductor Selsor was a trespasser. The The Louisville Times of Monday Says "Another promotion came to Maj. W. H. Collier, of the Internal Revenue Service. A dispatch from Washington is to the effect that the Commissioner of Internal Revenue has ap pointed Maj. Collier to the position of Revenue Agent on Accounts. This is one of the important offices in the revenue service. Maj. Collier will join a large force of men who are kept busy checking up the accounts of the different Collectors in all parts of the country. He will leave for Kansas City to check the office there and probably will not return to Louisville for six months. Maj. Collier has done most efficient work while in the service and has been repeatedly promoted by the department He was a storekeeper and gauger when Collector Petty took office and was shortly made division deputy. Later he became a revenue agent attached to the staff of Agent Shelby, which place he has filled so satisfactorily that one of the most desirable positions in the service was handed to him The salary of the new office is about to-da- y ilJlMrlJlMliMfcUMiJrE . nirMrMfrtiiireiJBraMrTa. Blue Grass Creamery of s Lancaster, Ky. Mr Alex West milked three cows during the year 1910. One of these cows was a registered Jersey, one a i i I s !$ m high grade Jersey and one a Shorthorn. Mr West used about one gallon of milk per day at home; the rest he sent to the Creamery, for which he 're- ceived $190.31. The value of the milk used at home being $36.50 or to-da- y. a total of $226.81; or $75.60 per cow; per year. DOES IT PAY? $4,000 a year." Maj. Collier has many friends here who are glad to know of his success and hope that he may continue to rise in the world. Land Sale. or Hughes & Swinebroad, the real es- tate men, sold for J. F. Holtzclaw 125 acres of land on Stanford pike 1J miles from town to Mr. Sam Cottonv Possession at once. Price private.- - I I Blue Grass Creamery of Lancaster, Ky. meiaiiiaiwaiiMBfitiiiniiMi Mif3giiii?flsi.giiia!aiB r. 3353-- M" affatfMIMMttfyN TheCentral Record Presbyterian Mite Society ask their Bring In That $ Alabama In use, and the remalner to BREAKS UP COLD gether with climatic and other condit- - friends to save old hooks, magazines, i Never judge a man by his clothing, are Using the New Method ions favorable to the cattle raising in- news papers, letters, pasteboard boxes .Thousands incorporated. says an exchange. The man with With Wonderful Results. year. dustry, it seems that Alabama offers at postals and scrap paper for them. Weekly. fringe around the bottom of his trous1.00 a Issued 3t least a partial solution to the problem. Call up any member of society. Cut out this prescription Madam: you ers, slouch hat and worn out shoes may GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. All those indebted to us for the paper are the one that must look after the be the editor of your local paper, while Auditor James while in a casual conmnn with new clothes and new t will please arrange to settle at once as health of the household, and you are t.h ... - .. Entered at the Pot Office In Lancaster, Ky., versation with Sandors Orr. pditnr of shoes may be simply one ot nis delinwe are m need of money to meej our the one in these days of high prices as Second-Clas- s Mall Matter. the Harrodsburg Republican, and sever- quent subscribers." al of his office force, the topic of the bllls- - Tms means each and eveI"' Per' that must manage things economically. son indebted to us. Look at the label Someone in the family may have a Member Kentucky Press Association conversation being "what I would do if it Yi the hard cold this winter; it may be in the and I were Governor", had the good grace on yur PPer and il wiU show J Eighth District Publishers League. head, perhaps in the chest. to say in regard to the remark he made date yu are paid up to. Saturday and Miss It matters not where; here are some Sunday Allie Dunn spent in regard to Judge L. L. Walker at the in Lexington. Reports from over the state show advice and a presci iption that will Lancaster, Ky., February 24, 1911. lime oi oi nis appointment ay Acting that considerable damace was done in Mr. J. H. Bourne has been visiting break up any cold in a few hours, and Governor Cox; that he was sorry that many sections by the rain of Sunday relatives in Louisville. he had made the remarks, that he had and the succeeding sleet, not only to without taking harmful drugs or strong Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Scott visited Rates For Political Announcements found Judge Walker to be "a capable, drinks into the stomach. roads, bridges and telephone lines, but all, look after the bowels, Jessamine friends last week". For Precinct and City Offices . . . .$ 5.00 honest and learned Judge and that re- the sleet was exceedingly severe on live First of wi show whether the Hver The toncue Mr. B. F. Patton delivered his large 10.00 ports from the district show Gov. Cox stock, For County Offices ihis conntv seems to have en is right or not. If the bowels need at- tobacco crop at Lexington last week. For State and District Offices 15.00 to have made a good selection when he tirely escaped as no complaint has been tention, a good dose of castor oil made Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Cobb were the 10 appointed Lewis Walker to succeed the heard of damage from either high water For Calls, per line tasteless with a little orange juice will guests of relatives in Jessamine last So does the mind or sleet. 10 late Mike Saufley." For Cards, per line do the trick, although any reliable week. of smart men sometimes change. For all publications in the inter i catharic will do. Mrs. Wesley Walker and children of Card Of Thanks. est of individuals or expresThen try this economical treatment: McCreary visited her sister Mrs. WesThe Democratic Committee for the sion of individual views, per We desire to express our heartfelt into a bowl of boiling water pour a ley Lane from Friday until Mondas. 10 Thirteenth Judicial District met in Dan line thanks for the sympathy and kindness of HYOMEI (pronounce it 05 ville on Monday, and there being no shown us by friends in our sad bereave- High-o-mObituaries, per line cover both head and bowl ' Mrs. R. L. Rose entertained at an other candidate for the office of Cir- ment. May God bless you. towel and breathe deep into the elegant diring Wednesday, her sister with a cuit Judge other than Hon. Chas. A. Miss Mattie Minter of Ohio is wjth Wm. Shugars and family. lungs the soothing, healing vapor. Hardin of Harrodsburg, he was declarANNOUNCEMENTS her for an indefinite visit. Breathe this vapor for five or ten mined the nominee. That he will be electSips Sometimes Correct. utes until the head feels fine and clear, ' Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Christopher and For Circuit Judge ed is a foregone conclusion, and if he We do not take much stock in the then go to bed and slenp soundly until son, Logan of Somerset have been vismakes as good a Judge as he has a morning. iting relatives here, they came to atWe are authorized to announce Hon. Commonwealth's Attorney, which he goose bone, we do not think every A bottle of HYOMEI cost 50 cents at tend the reunion of the Christopher Charles A. Hardin a candidate for no doubt will, his constitutents will be time we see a pig with a straw in his R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggists family last Friday. mouth that there is going to be cold Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial Dis- well pleased with him. everywhere. A complete outfit which Misses Mary Dean and Lida West of weather, but the miserable weather of trict, at the November election, 1911, the latter part of last week and the be you can breathe it any time or place, Nicholasville, and Mr. Thomas subject to the action of the DemocratJudge Allie W. Young announced in oosts only $1.00. It is guaranteed to of Danville, were the guests of ic party. Louisville Friday that he would not ginning of this one has almost convinc- cure catarrh coughs, colds, sore throat Mr. and Mrs. Charley Deane last week. enter the race at present for the gub- ed us that the ground hog is a true and croup, or money back. Mr. Sheiman Dean and Miss Beatrice ernatorial nomination. This announce- prophet, and hearafter we shall not A Deplorable State of Affair. consign our heavv overcoat to the tenStotts of Lktle Hickman also spent the ment came immediately after a long Rcdistricting Bill Possible. week end with Mrs. Dean. der mercies of our '"Uncle" until after conference with Senator McCreary. One can scarcely pick up a we have ascertained whether or that Mr. Logan Burk va3 called to JuncA press dispatch from Washington of late without reading where some Judge Young said that he would lend sagacious animal has seen his shadow. says: Under the lcrm3 of the reap- tion City Sunday by the unexpected citizen has been assaulted and robbed any assistance in his power for the portionment bill parsed in the House death of his brother Mr. Will Burke. somewhere in this section of the state. promotion of harmony in the party and A "Money-Make- r." recently, despite the fact that Ken- Mr. Burke died very suddenly of heart This frequent waylaying, beating.shoot-in- g did not wish to antagonize the canFOR SALE- :- A farm of 203.27 tucky retains her eleven Congressmen, failure. The remains were intered in and robbing of quiet peaceable citi- didacy of any democrat who it was acres, on the pike, 15 miles from Lan- it will be optional with the Legislature the Danville cemetary Monday after zens in the pursuit of their daily avo- thought could win. caster. Very fertile soil, small dwell- to pass a redisricting act. This will noon. Mr B aik had a number of friends cations takes one back to the days Those two good Capital dailys, the ing and 2 large tobacco barns, ever- be an added incentive to Republicans here who were very much grieved to after the civil war. At this time this part of the country was in- News and the Journal, have recently lasting water. This farm is a part of and Democrats alike for capturing the hear of his death. fested with wandering bands of "Guer- consolidated, and beginning on last Fri- the famous Beasley farm. It is offered Legislature, as it will be the right of Falls Victim To Thieves. illas," camp followers who had preyed day they were issued in the morning for sale on account of the ill health of that body to divide the State into ConS. W. Bends, of Coal City, Ala., has upon both armiesa,nd after the close of only. They announce that they will one of the owners and to close up a gressional districts. No redistricling the war and the disbanding of troops, have the Associated Press dispatches partnership, and at a price which act can be taken out of politics, and so a justifiable grievance. Two thieves and a special state service second to no makes it a bargain, Will divide the it is likely that Democratic Legislature stole his health for twelve yeais. They they lost their chief prey and their farm and sell any number of acces. in Kentucky, if it redistricts, will put were a liver and kidney tiouble. Then were then directed toward other daily in the state. The will be published every morning Possession at once, For further par- Congressmen Bennett and Langlcy in Dr. King's New Life Pills throttled anyone whom they suspected of being ticulars and price apply to Hughes & the same district which will be called them. He's well now. Uurivaled for worth their dastardly visits. Nowadays in the week except Monday. Swinebroad. Real Estate Agents Lan- the Tenth and which will probably be Constipation, Malaria, Headache, Dysthe highwaymen are drawn from the 2- -t The present session of Congress is caster, Ky., Republican in camplexion, as will be pepsia. 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. slums of the towns, idle loafers who hang around blind tigers, never work, drawing rapidly to a close! Six impor- - j the Eleventh. In order to give Dig Fire In Lexington. and ply their nefarious calling among tant measures are on the calendar to be Thomas, in the Third dis. e . Fire destroyed the stock yards and trict, less of a struggle, Metcalfe coun honest hard working men who chance considered in advance of the Canadian to fall into their clutches. They are Reciprocity Treaty, and it is hardly stables of Gentry & Thompson in Lex- ty may be added to the Eleventh disever on the lookout for anyone with probable that the latter measure will ington last Thursday night. The total trict. This would insure nine Democratic money, which they are determined to be reached this term. In the event loss, including live stock will amount Nxe.ttv ix?zr TgquTss uri;z.'SSSk have, if not by one means, then by an- that it is not, it is almost a certainty to 100,009. The loss on buildings, pens Congressional districts in Kentucky, u t. t other. If a countryman comes to town that the President will at once call an ect. was about $75,030. and is fully make one overwhelmingly Republican extra session for its consideration, covered by insurance. The loss on and make the Tenth almost safely Reand happens to visit one of these drinklive stock is estimatod at ?2o,C00. and publican also. ing resorts and is seen to have money, The Democratic State Executive as most of the stock was housed there Should the Republicans capture the the chances are that he is a marked last tempoiv.rily, it is doubtful if any in- - Kentucky Legislature, however, time he exhibits his roll Committee in session in. Louisville, ,. man from the . . it m i. until he is seperated from it by these weeK reamrmea its action in including surance was carried on it. G. P. Cecil would be in their power to make four human vultures. If they cannot invei- the senatorial race in the primary !nf rtanvillo 7nt. two vorv finpfinmhottn or five districts of their own, on the gle him into a crap game and rob him, which it recently called. The subcom- horses, and Beverly Leachman of Leb- basis of the present majorities of the they will waylay and rob him after mittee heretofore appointed was given anon a stallion valued at $1,000. The counties. They would likely take two weeks additional time in which to latter was consigned there by Mack Harrison from the Ninth and put it innight when he has started home. In adjoining counties farmers taking decide upon the date and make the call. Hughes of Danville. None of the latter to the Sixth, take Clark from the Tenth and put it into the Seventh, and their tobacco to market are forced to The assessments for the various offices three horses were insured. lWid-nC-e Pll'iin- :il 25 sprinkle so many Eleventh district the dire necessity of going heavily ar- was raised percent. Col. John Cowan Dead. med in order to protect their very lives mountain counties into the Third Fourth LANCASTER, KY. The president has sent to the Senate much less their property. Col. John Cowan died Saturday after- ane Fifth as to render them very unthe name of Judge George DuRelle to Such a state of case is an outrage in a noon at the home of his brother Dr. certain. be District Attorney for the western civilized community in this enlightened It is certain that if the next Legisdistrict of Kentucky. Senator Bradley George Cowan in Danville at the time, and the severest penalties of law has been advocating lature is Republican a redistricting act age of 81 years. J. C. Sueieht Calonel Cowan should be dealt out to these miscreants assisted in the organ- will be passed, as the chance comes for this position, but gracefully yielded whenever they are caught, regardless to ization of the Nineteenth Kentucky only every ten years and the Republithe personal wishes of the President cans are not satisfied with the present of caste or color. in the matter and agreed to assist in Infantry, General W. J. Landram's We are glad to say that thanks to a regiment, of which he became Lieu- apportionment. having Judge Durells appointment vigilant and watchful set of officers, tenant Colonel. Upon the promotion of General Landram to the rank of More Arrests For Cutting Of Bastin the fountain head of these offenses, the blind tiger, does not exist in Lancaster. ungaaier uenerai, oi. Lowan remain- nnnf;.., Yar.tni.-Telephone Line. as one rears his head he is least, are to have a vote selling investi-- 1 ed in command of the regiment through-gatioAs fast brought to the police court where he is Judge Kirk in his instructions ou!; the or- When the line of the Bastin Telegiven such a penalty for his offense, to the grand jury at Pikeville ordered a! CoL Cowan was at one time a law phone Co. between Hedgeville and Hubthat when he has satisfied the law, he stringent investigation into vote selling partner of Hon- - Joshua R Bel1' who ble was systematically destroyed by in his day was one of the leading law is glad to go and sin no more. in rme county ior tne last lew years. cutting the wires from almost every The vagrant we have with us, just as He announced that the Johnson county yers and the head of the Danville bar. pole one n ight early in the Spring of our neighbors have them with them.and grand jury would receive like instruct- Until Col. Cowan return to Danville a 1910, it was thought to be the work of year ago he had resided on his planta- some we would suggest a crusade against ions when court convened there. miscreant who either had. some tion at Areola Miss. this class of citizens. Take up every grudge against Mr. Bastin or by some idle personal found in suspicious places, The Fordsville Banking Co. closed its one through pure devilment. However Play Ball. and unless he can give a plausible doors last week making the third state invesitagation resulted in the indict The following message sent to the means of support, and let no flimsy ex- bank to close its doors in Ohio county ment iu the Boyle Circuit court of four cuse be accepted, put him to work on within the last month. The latter in- daily press from Richmond on the 19th yonng men of Harriman Tenn, upon the Gin Goodness knows they need stitution was capitalized at $15,000. will be good news to the local fans streets. charge of having destroyed the line. & who have been accustomed to go up to his labors. with deposits of $55,000. Its directors A sensation was sprung in Danville ss. Get rid of the vagrants, the idlers announce the depositors will be paid our neignDormg city to witness an oc- last week when became known it that casional game of ball: who will work for you under no kind of dollar for dollar. 5J the grand jury at the last term of court "The question as to whether Rich- had indicted two of persuasion, and nine times out of more men, this time mond would have a baseball team this ten you will rid the community of Annnal Flower Sale.' going "higher up." W. C. Moore," year drew one of the largest and most thieves, thugs, highwaymen and every Why we ask for and exThe Baptist Aid Society will hold its enthusiastic crowds ever known to at- formerly manager of the Gainesboro other class of undesirable citizens. Telephone Co. at Somerset Ky. and J. pect your grocery trade. annual flower sale sometime during the tend a meeting of this kind at the N. Cox an employee of the same commeeting held last night. Judge JenThe state of Washington has upon its month of April. BECAUSE as far as it is posnings Greenlcaf presided, and stated pany at Cookville Tenn, are the two statute books what is known as "the sible to determine our recently indicted. An employe of Perhaps It Was Yours. that the purpose of the meeting was to men East Tennessee Recall law," and places it within the stock takes in all the good Telephone Co. was the power of the people who elect him to kinds, and leaves the othA special from Bristol Tenn., says. decide tonight if we should have a ball also indicted, but as he has not yet recall from office the man who proves A diamond necklace was found in the team, and if not, in less than three been apprehended, his name was not ers out. himself unworthy. This is a good law, naunch of a cow hutcherrrl in n Rritnl weeks a sheriff's sale would be held made public, however, it known that is BECAUSE if you are particusold to satisfy an outstand- one that places some restrictions upon abattoir this morning. In the stomach and the he ranked much higher than anyone yet lar about eatables, our the man who has the administration of of another cow was found a set of ar- - ing debt for $3,000. for which sum suit suspected in the matter. The indictstore will appeal to you. the law, and if he fails in a just ad- chitect's drawing instruments. The ead been filed in the Circuit Court. ments last found were upon informaministration, to remove him. cow with the necklace came to Bristol Representative L. B. Herrington was tion furnished by the four young men BECAUSE we play the game Hiram Gill in March 1910 was elected in a shipment of cattle from Kentucky. unanimously chosen president. Before original indicted; they alleged that they of business fair and square the meeting closed not only had the Mayor of Seattle. It did not take him We make right any miswere employed by Cox and that Moore outstanding debt been raised, bat an long to convince the people of that city Attention Maccabees. takes that we may make Hubble via Danville. ad litional $1,000 had been subscribed guided them to of his gross inefficiency, that he cateras soon as we hear of them The boys state that Moore assured Having been elected record keeper for which to start the team." ed to the lower element, and was in them that the line was the property of BECAUSE we try awfully every way wholly unfit to hold the high for Lancaster tent no 15, I hereby notihis company and that the residents of fy all members of said tent to call at hard to "get there op office to which he had been elected. In the locality objected to its removal, National Bank and pay their assesstime. ' ' We appreciate the October last a petition was filed for his ments hence the choosing of the midnight promptly as I will not have time inconvenience of waiting recall, an election was held a few days Having decided to go West, I will on hour for its destruction. to hunt them up. So if you value infor goods to be delivered. since on the recall and the man who SATURDAY, FEB 25 th, 1911 It is thought that Cox and Moore will surance be prompt with your assesswas elected by a plurality of 4000 was at my residence, 2 miles south of Manse implicate parties still higher up, and R. T. Embry R. K. 2t BECAUSE in spite of all these ment removed from his office which he had on the Lancaster and Copper Creek that eventually it will be shown that advantages your dollar is misused by equally as large a majority. piKe' at 1U C,0CK a' m- - seu w tne some greater competitor of the Bastin Bnrlev Socieh? IWlaren1 a Tnitf as large here as anywhere highest and best bidder the following Co. was the instigator and promotor of often larger. O., Feb. 18. In an property to wit:- Cincinnati, Experiments conducted by the Exthe whole scheme and sought to rid Try and prove. 1 work mule, 5 years old; 1 horse in Alabama demon- opinion handed down by Judge Hollis- perimental Station themselves of Mr. Bastin's competition strates the fact that the south is ad- ter, of the United Court today, the coming 3 year old; 1 mare coming 2 by night rider methods. Try Stones Cake and Hu- mirably adapted to the preparing of Burley Tobacco Society, with head- - years old; 2 mare mules coming 2 years It is said that inasmuch as part of big Pies. beef cattle for the market With the quarters in Lexington, Ky., was de- - old, just broke to rork; one milch cow the line destroyed was in Lincoln counconstant increase of conversion of for- clared to be a trust operating in vio- -' and calf; Eight 125 lb shoats; 1 brood ty, that the grand jury of that county Bring us your Produce. laws. sow: 20 bbl of corn: 1 stack of hav: 1 will also take up the matter. It now mer grazing land in the west to agricul- lation of the Sherman anti-trutural purposes, the supply of beef cat- The decision came as a bombshell to buggy and harness; household and lnnVs ns if the midnieht marauders, be 1.vmIx1a (nflitrifliioln ji tle from that quarter is necessarily be- the Burley Society people who have de- - kitchen furniture, tllcY uuuiuit; uiuiviuuuia s. vn si. iuai vui- ' TERMS: All sums of $10,00 and porations, are to be ferreted out and ing curtailed, and some other methods nounced trust, especially the tobacco of supplying the market must be evol- trust, in most bitter language. The under cash in hand, all over that made to answer to the law for their ved. Notwithstanding the curtailing of matter will be taken to trial and the ' amount credit of 6 months with interest depredations. the export of American beef, the price Burley Society will be dissolved unless at six per cent, with a good note well Call early and have your Horse and continues to soar, and no relief insight it can be shown that it is a legal or--' ' indorsed made payable in bank, ' Jack cards printed. Prices right Emered Clark, cent of the land in ganization. 2t With only forty per FRESH EVERY THURSDAY. Call on or Phone 181. rYit.lii. -- - Davidson & Walker. A Car Load of tea-spoon- e) John Deere Implements. Plows, Corn Planters, Driils and Harrows, Mowers and 9 Sweep Rakes. Oliver and Vulcan Plows and Repairs. American Fence. Me-vipr k. Mc-Gro- w I P 28c. Cc Majestic Ranges, Monitor ok ?' Stoves I B. Mount, US5 ni 1 News-Journ- al Your Account is St'll Due. jte5Mfll0imMft33c wafiyifi8lilPastfr & ve &m&& s Take A Tumble 3 lIi to the fact that rur Flour leads all others in fine baking qualities, in bone sinew-makin- g 1 eff- . . I j A BEAZLEY Funeral Director f ectiveness. the It has all properties nntious and Embalmer contained in the choic est wheat with all the useless particles left out. In addition it leads all others in the palatable properties of its products. Try a sack of Ol'.ici-Phon- WHITE SWAN FLOUR with your next grocery order. Don't be put off by other brands. ed Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills. ALEX WALKER, Prop. iCurrey'si The Place To Get B. F. HUDSON, T ti. President J. S. JOHNSON, Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1SS3. n. Je Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. CAPITAL $50,000. W. O. Rigney, SURPLUS $30,000. J. J. Walker, Jr., Book-Keepe- r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Ass't Cash'r. 1 Satisfaction, g A Few ecauses Business Solicited. S. Johnson, B. Prompt- Attention. I F. Hudson. J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs Lewis L. Walker, C. A. Arnold, Directors. You'll Have To WHISTLE along time for eten go d lumber amours. hs You and cn wiihtle orcver gf t no better. There iini any We stay on top in tii lutnoir busiue-'- jum S because of the superority ol oui beami, boards, etc. A.--k timbtis, iV 1 any builder if it pj& to t uj the bett lumber. Public Sale! His answer should make you our customer. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co. SELL YOUR TOBACCO We wil' pav highest market price at all times. liver either at Paint Lick or Stanford. De- st I I I Tk) Gurrcy W.P.KINCAID, DEALER IN LEAF TOBACCO. Residence Phone 199. Stanford, Kentucky! V t t nan tbrt, ,rren rra-- , gsyrei CTygacrarCTisi .rrary Azwrvza 5 ''KESkSWEBa., 9 s r 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. :::::: pny Lancaster on Monday on legal business and found time to pay the Record office g a pleasant call. Mr. H. K. Herndon has returned from Jj Okla. V Thanking you for past patronage and soliciting your future business, P 5 i The Jose y I ift&Tp 'K ? mr&ai Sv & c? 4 Hw - i I .iiriiiirtL-Crafsmiirrrr- igjrU'giridgsnti'aEHigffiUBmi ti! CK2 - " Lancaster Ledge, No. 104, F. & A. M. rift- & .gj S1- - I- -' .as 9 tL'-S?. c -- m.y N caBBgKOEZSS!ll K- - Lancaster, Ky., Febuary 14, 1911. Whereas, God in his infinite wisdom fa Notwithstanding a statement to the contrary, we can take iMmiiiiiiiii , has seen fit to call from labor to eternfc3 N. Ross asks you to trade with al refreshments oar beloved brother, p J. your subscription for the daily Courier Journal at half price 25cts .L him when jjoijnded meat or groceries. Jacob Joseph, who departed this life JEU a month. And WE do not ask you to January 28, 1911. His reputation was Phone 50 forf fresli groceries and spotless, his character was above re!5 W meats. J. N. Ross. 2t proach, consequantly, those who knew Try a loaf of my fresh bread. H. G. him best, loved him most. Brother Joseph ha3 been successfully engaged Lee. in order to get the benefit of this price. Nor is this any "SPECin the merchantile business in this city Bring me your, produce I pay the for more than a quarter of a century, IAL ARRANGEMENT" made by or for us. Any Courier Journal highest market price. J. N. Ross 2t and was probably known to more men, women and children than any other agent or any country news paper can do the same. I have bought J. P. Prathers store. person in the county. He was past Give mo a trials J. N. Ross. 2t master of this lodge, and one of its Fresh bread received twice a week most faithful and useful members; and while his brethern mourn his loss, they from Junction Citv. H. G. Lee bow in humble submission to the Divine m, sewing ,r !..inu r ree r.....r luaciunu is lunyJ will. Therefore, be it. i,-:- ! tt ' tiui tj"ji7tii! warranted and insured for 5 years Resolved: 1st. That in the against breakage fire and tornado. death of Brother Jacob Joseph, Lancaster and Garraid County have lost -v., . . lEifSS..--- FOR SALE 20 nice high grade 7C0 .T,f: one of their most upright and useful pound yearling ca tie. citizens, and J. M. Cress. Phone 3S0G. 2nd. That Lancaster Lodge has lost rpi FOR RENT House on Herring avenue, one of her true and tried members, of also have for sale, a lot of fai'ming im- whom she has long been justly M proud. One whose life is a practical H. C. Hamilton. plements. ACCO VUT H BARNS AND example which every Mascn should H. J. Maybrier Fence builder, Ham- strive to emulate, and his conduct such ilton Ave Lancaster Ky. Coil wire that mankind should be justly pioud. & and ready wove, we guarantee our 3rd. That we tender to his bereaved pd work. family our deepest sympathy, and comOffice, National B ink ot Lancaster. Phone 31. 'I mend them for everlasting consolation Lost. to the great Comforter above, ever atattiMjj iA5ti&aateaaiaifff r White Poodle dog, answeis to name looking forward to the great reunion of "Raggs" finder please return to hereafter. Mrs. Samuel Cotton Lexington Ave. 4th. That we keep his memory and receive liberal reward. green by spreading these resolutions if is and the accompanying biographical Farm For Rent. sketch upon our minutes, a copy of For year 1911, 73 acres with improve- these resolutions to be published in the at Central Record, and a copy to be sent ments. Money rent. Possession once. 5 miles from Lancaster. Apply to the bereaved family. W. 0. Rigney, to Hughes & Swinebroad. Lancaster, J. A. Beazley, Ky. 2t Henly V. Bastin. sAjurta - YOU'LL UNO IT IN THIS COLUMN. Subscribe for Some Other Paper .. frappe table. Mr. Joe Haseklen was a visitor in John Downer of Cincinnati is with Richmond Sunday. The following invitation has been reMr. and Mrs. J. W. Sweeney. ceived by some Garrard County people. Mrs. Miller Field has returned to jher Miss Ethel Jones has accepted a posiThe honor of your presence home in Simpsonville. tion in a Louisville Millinery house. is requested at the Mrs. Charles Davis has returned to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Matheny of Reception her home in Chattanooga. Stanford are with Garrard relatives. of H. Clay KaufTmon was in Stanford Monday on legal business. Miss Callie Adams is at Point Leavel for a visit to her a- nt Mrs. Route. - The reception given by Mrs. H. T. Logan in the parlor of the Kengarlan Bristow Conn is in Lexington for a was one of the season's most elegant A Sricf Mention of the Comipi and p short stay. occasions. Fifty one guest responded to Ws Are Interested In. Goings LyThosz if' Miss Sallie Elkin has returned from a the invitations and the evening was stay in Richmond. pleasantly enhanced by the sumptuous Mrs. J. T. Reynolds is in Stanford Miss Mary Walker is in Stanford the course served by Mrs. R. Zimmer. visiting friends. Miss Sue Anna Lear, served at the guest of Mrs. J. C. Hays. Gossip About People NNNg were Messrs R. L. Davidson, W. B. and Charles West, W. D. Walker and Horace K. Herndon, The menu was served in elaborate courses. " -- Mrs. Thomas Brown of Monticello, Ind., is the guest of Garrard relatives. Rev and Mrs Andrew Johnson Tuesday Evening, February twenty eight, nineteen -- -- . ,- INSUKEU Y00M TO. rib BEAZLEY HASELDEN It your fault you are not using Glen Lily or White House FLOUE. It's the BEST and it is made in your city by y Garrard Milling Company. PHONE 47. Lancaster, Kentucky. .j..4..H.-4"t"Mt"iy'I"I"H-4"I"I'4"- Death's Door. my grave," writes W. R. Patterson, of Wellington, 1 1 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 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 Egg market uncertain oweing to on earth for coughs, cold, lagrippe, asweather. thma, croup and all throat and lung troubles. 50c and $1.00. Trial bottle 1 free. Guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts lm. Old Guineas 20c Young Guineas 25c & Son. Life Saved At HENS lOicts " I never felt so near Chickens 0 to lets, Young Roosters 6cts, Old Roosters 5icts. Ducks 10 to lets, Geese 7cts, Eggs, 13 to 14cts. Turkeys 10 to 5cts. Oats and car of Salt. Just received a car load of White Seed 8 TON IS. Mrs. Henry Teater is on the sick list. Jim Sanders bought of Doc Lee one THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus 25,000. Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, r. Safety Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. KKBnz.'ja9ar1T.vtrrrSBK. NO WONDER YOUR Head Aches after counting out the cash for your monthly bills and then finding your cash don!t balanse. And it's all i nnec.:: sry work too. If yo j had an account at this bank you 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. hog price $15.50. Oannel Coal winch we can Born to the wife of Curt Fathergill sell out at 13cts in yards on the 6th a 101b boy. Mr. Lucian Clouse of Lexington is Other coal from 13 to 15cts. visiting his parents this week. Reynolds Miss Wanted Fur at highest visiting MeedeFlora Wileyofof Madison is Miss this place. mark t price Mr, Earl Grow and wife visited Mrs. Mary A Sanders and family Saturday H. B. NORTHCOTT, night and Sunday. Misses Linnie Preston and Peachie May Sanders were the guest of Mrs. Jewell Montgomery last week, Miss Mabel Crutchfield of Nicholas ville and Mrs. Nora Teater of Buckeye &&?; ssg&sssc msn visited Mrs. Maud Curtis last week. Mr. Earnest Fimbey and wife nee Miss Maud Mitchell of Mich, were the week-en- d guest of her sister Mrs. NorGrow. man Mr. and Mrs. Norman Grow entertained a number of their young friends last Wednesday evening in honor of their sister Miss Lillian Mitchell of D-.P- Just received a car load of STREET. SsM ccssr3fe&afc Dave Walker, of Lancaster, was visitor here Wednesday. Messenger. The Presbyterian Missionary Dr. Wm. Elliott of Bryantsville spent met Monday afternoon with Mrs. Frank Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robt Arnold B. Marksbury. Miss Lee Prather of Richmond is exMrs. E. W. Harris has been on a repected soon to visit Miss Callie Adams. cent visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. Randolph Misses Pearl and Malissa Hamm have Harris of Stanford. been visiting friends in Lincoln county. J. H. Kinnaird who is making good in me insurance Business in cioiuoru J. Lewis Gill has returned from was in town Sunday. Florida and is woiking in the National Rev. C. C. Brown will fill his pulpit Bank. at the Presbyterian church Sunday Mrs Arthusa Currey is in Danville morning at usual hour. visiting her daughter Mrs. Fisher D. Miss Delia Tinder of the Richmond Gaines. Normal school is with her parents ElMis. Will Lear, Mrs. Amon and Mrs der and Mrs. F. M. Tinder. Ross Bastin were guest in Standford Mrs. W. J. Romans and daughter last week. Carrie Bell have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Kavanaujrh left last week Mrs. Wm. Carson of Stanford . to visit her sister Mrs. George Ballew, Mr. W. J. Romans, our popular carof Richmond. riage man is in Louisville this week Mrs. Wm Gregory of Braddock North buying more spring vehicles for his Dakota is here for a visit to relatives trade. and friends. Dr. B. F. Walter accompaned his Miss Bertha Burnside left this week daughter Miss Kathleen to Cincinnati for a visit to her aunt Mrs. Charles Friday, where she entered the Conserin Ohio. vatory of Music. Miss Margaret and Joan Mount are Mesdames Anna Kinnaird, Forrestus guest of their sister, Mrs. Bessie Allen Reid, of Danville, and Mrs. Williams of of La Grange. guests of New York were week-en- d Mrs. Ann Robinson is visiting at the the Misses Kinnaird. home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Robinson Miss Minnie Brown was "at home" in Boyle county. to a few friends on Friday evening, reMiss Katharine Patton has returned freshments of an appetizing kind were from a protracted visit to relatives in served to the guests. Fort Worth Texas. Elder F. M. Tinder had the misforMrs. W. A. Price was the week-end tune to meet with a painful accident by guest of her son, Gus Dunn, at State stepping upon a nail, he hopes to im College Lexington. prove rapidly from the wound. Misses Mary Arnold and Mae Broad-du- s The many friends of Mrs. W. A. have returned from several day's Burton of Buckeye will be glad to know stay in Cincinnati. that she is very much improved and her ultimate recovery is expected. Miss Nannie Anderson left Monday Mrs. Nellie Ballou and children, Joe for Louisville to buy spring millinery goods for Mr. R. S. Brown. and Lucien, are with their grandparents Ballou. Mrs. Ballou The Ladies Aid Society of the chris- Rev. and Mrs. Joe will make her permanent home in Stantian church will meet again with Mrs. ford in a short time. West Saturday afternoon. The Woman's Club held their weekly Miss Lillie Leavell is at home from a meeting Wednesday afternoon. The protracted visit with relatives in Arkan subject under discession was the sas, Missouri and Oklahoma. Literery Period with Mrs. J. B. Bourne is in Stanford at Mrs. T. J. Price as the leader. the bedside of her daughter Miss VirgiMr. Alex R. Denny and daughter, nia Bourne who is reported very ill. Mrs. Mattie Duncan left Tuesday for Mrs. Clarence Holtzclaw of Coving- New Orleans to attend Mardi Gras. ton is the guest of her grandparents, They will make a months stay in the W. E. Amon and wife at Bryantsville. south visiting several of the principnl S. A. Walker, representing the In- cities before their return. ternational Harvesting Co. of Louisville Mrs. W. I. Williams gave a sumpti-ou- s was at home" Sunday with his wife and 6 o'clock dinner at their western little daughter. home in Tulsa, Oklahoma in honor of a Hon. W. C. Price of Danville was in Kentucky colony. Among the guests Mc-Gug- Miss Mary Elmore of the Richmond Normal school is with Mr. and Mrs. J. a W. Elmore. hundred and eleven. Eight o.clock. Wilmore, Ky. Rev Johnson is the new preacher at society the Methodest church in Preachersville. CATARRH CURED BY THE MARVEL OF THE CN- - JURY B B. B- .- TESTED FOR 30 YEARS. Hawking, Spitting, Foul Breath, dis- charges of yellow matter permanently cured with pure Botanical ingredients. To prove it we will send you a SAMPLE TREATMENT FREE CATARRH IS NOT ONLY DANGEROUS 9, but it causes ulcerations, death and decay of bones, kills ambition, often causes loss of appetite, and reaches to general debility, idiocy and insanity. It needs attention at once. Cure it by taking ' - in ! Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) It is a quick, radical, permanent cure because it rids the system of the poison germs that cause catarrh. At the same time Blood Balm (B. B. B.) purifies the blood does always with every symptom of catarrh. B. B. B. sends a tingling blood of warm, rich, pure blood direct to the paralyzed nerves, and parts affected by catarrhal poison, givingwarm-t- h and strength just where it is needed, and in this way making a perfect, lasting cure of catarrh in all its forms, Druggists or by express, $1 per large Bottle, with directions for home cure. sample sent free by writing, Blood Balm Co. Atlanta, Ga. Describe your trouble and free medical advice given. Sold by F. P. Frisbie. Dr. R. L. Pontius, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. OQHce at Sweeney's Livery Stable. -- Lancaster, - -- - Kentucky. For Rent. House, yard and garden, barn and barn lot situated almost on the pike three and one half miles from Lancas- ter on the Buckeye pike, will also rent with house four acres of tobacco and eighteed acres of corn tobacco and corn to be cultivated on the shares, work stock and farming tools furnished. This is the same house occupied by Austin Black for the past five years, the land to be cultivated is first class. Phone D. B. Pelphrey 347 A or write Z. T. Rice Richmond Ky. Johnston-Go- ldsmith ITLlfrlJJrrtlgJfHJ.lfrrHlJEfr m jgj IJrMIiJrMllfrl iBinrraJMIrtlB?rerfMiJBfmilipf BETSY'S POINTERS Li, Garrard Bank & Trust. Company. I I never heard of such The idea of breaking into a child's prise birthday dinner last Friday Feb., bank to pay a Dry Goods bill. But 17 by her children. It was her 59th. it does beat all how some folks 'birthday. She received a number of charge. Make a person feel like nice presents. There were about 30 present ana they all enjoyed a breaking into anything. It is be friends fine dinner prepared by Mrs. Joe Ray cause I'm treated.right that I deal and Mrs. Walter Fain. We wish her L ' Nicholasville. It will pay you to examine the quality and prjees of our Clover, Timothy, Orchard Grass, Blue Grass and seed Oats before you buy. Hudson & Hughes, Lancoster, Ky. doings. Mrs. Mary E. Fain was given a sur-- HAVE YOUR i 13 J Prescriptions Compounded with ACCURACY and CARE at 1 I si i - - PEISBIE'S DRUG STORE. 5ra;JirmiB)Jii,JWpEfJWi iJUMuMiMlilllJ miui.u.uuvmi. many more happy birthdays. miffiftifirartiiTaBf?aMfri?Jir W31-- i Q LIVE STOCK MARKET. NEW ORLEANS CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, Farm and Stock. 274 zm IVIOBILE Feb. Receipts Shipments 2-- Cattle 430 148 Hogg 3107 1100 Sheep 000 Let us tell you how Cotton -- Seed Meal will make you money. Hudson & Hughes. Mat S. Cohen, of Lexington, Ky,, has been selected by the officials of the Fort Worth, Texas, Horse Show Society, to act as judge in the saddle and road horse classes at the annual exhibition in that city, to be held March 13th to 18th. Mr. Cohen will go to Fort Worth the early part of March. MARDi GRAS SPECIAL REDUCED FARES TicKets on sale FeSrtutry 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26 aad 27 Good Returning until Karch 11th, 1911, vith Privilege of Eztensioa CATTLE: Shippers Butcher steers extra Good to cholae Common to fair Heifers, extra Good to choice Common to fair Cows, extra Good to choice , $5156 for full H. C. KINd, STOP OVERS AT ALL PRINCIPAL POINTS particulars, call on aky ticket agent, queen & crescent route, OR WRITE il .Passenger acd Ticket Ajer.t, lOtE. Main Street, Lexington, K. W. A. BECKLER. General PcsseneesAeent. Ingaus Biuicung, Cincinnati, O. Common to fair Canuers Bulls balognas 6 6".5 5 OOft 4 25 4 b 50 6 4 7I 5 3 5 4 25 5 I 2 50 2 6 85 0 0 05 10 2Jt K 10 00 105 25 '. Extra Fat bulls CALVES: :.... extra Tairtogood We will be in town (Monday) County Worst of All Afflictions. Nothing is more wretched than a Court Day to buy a car load of horses guilty conscience. Plautus. for the Southern market. Bruna, Bros, by His Company. Bryantsville, Ky. Known ' Tell me with whom thou art found I will tell thee who thou arL Goethe. and "Mound City Paint may cost a trifl LAMUS: txtra Goodtocholce more, but! C. C. & J. E. Stormes." Common to fair Common and large HOGS: good packers und butchers Mixed packers Stags Common to ohoice heavy fat sows. Light shippers Pigs, (110 lbs and less) SHEEP: extra Good to choice Common to fair will pay you to examine the qual106l; ity and prices of our Clover, Timothy, 4 6.VJJ5 :b Orchard Grass, Blue Grass and seed 0 509 00 825 925 Oats before you buy. s: 4 O0 Hudson & Hughes, Lancaster, Ky. f, 503 75 4il5500 It 7 50 7 05 9 7 60&7 50 4 i 40 5 00 7 CSfe 7 75 7 007 75 4 154 25 5 7S025 2 25 3 25 6 85C40 5 7Mg6 25 4 755 50 005 HURRY Hurry. Hurry Bring your Tobacco to the Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Co Near OF CHARGE. Record prices received at our sales last week. L&N Depot. QIA, We are in a position to take care of you day or night and will also take care of your stock FREE Jas Friend's tobacco brought 24c, 7, 1254, 10.2 30c, Competent men to handle your tobacco and plenty of buyers always on hand. be convinced. Give us a trial and Richmond Tobacco Warehouse Company. Near k. & N. Depot. Richmond, K?ntucIJ. Mr J. B. WALKER, is soliciting in Garrard County. t carloads of Kentucky mules were shipped last week to the Georgia markets. Some of the loads rest. averaged twenty-fiv- e mules to the car, .thus making one shipment alone conGOOD KEWS. tain seven hundred mules. It is claimed the Kentucky mule cannot be Many Lancaster Readers Have Hoard It surpassed in any State, only being and Profited Thereby. equaled in the Tennessee market. "Good news trawls fast," and the Editor Harry Sommers, of Elizabeth-tow- thousands of bad back suITerers in Lansojourning in Florida, finds a caster are glad to learn that prompt new use for the native "razor-bac- k relief is within their reacli. Many a hog" of that State. They pen a lot of lame, weak and aching; back is bad no them on the garden plat with scant, or more, thanks to Doan's Kidney Pills, no feed, and soon the ground is well Thousands upon thousands of people turned and pulverized for planting. A are telling the good news of their expicture of one of the specimens, shown perience with the Old Quaker Remedy. in the Louisville Times represents its Here is an example worth reading: snout about as long as the rest of the Mrs. Nancy A. Logsn, E. Main St., body and apparently capable of doing Stanford, Ky.. says: "I scarcely know the work of a steam plow. how to express my gratitude to Doan's Distempen is particulary liable to at Kidney Pilh in return for the benefit tack young horses and if not properly thev have brought nu. Mv back seem- treated often affects their wind. This ed to have given out entirely and at disease is contagious and care should be times pained me terribly. I often bo- exercised aeainst exnosintr vouncr horses came o weaic ami lame t.iat i was a!- to the infection. The most freauent most Prostrated. I was also annoyed ininif 01 manner of communicating the disease j b a, kidney weakness,s .. .1 uoan s Kiuney nus, ir oean u.eir use is when sound country horses are driven to town and allowed to drink out of anu tncy not only relieved my pacsacne the public watering tanks or hitched to bnt restored my kiur.eys to a normal posts where horses have been tied that condition." For sale by al! dealers. n Co., Price 50 cent. has the distemper. Buffalo, New York, sole agents for the United States. Wife Got Tip Top Advice. Remember tho name Doan's and "My wife wanted me to take our boy take no other. to the doctor to cure an ugly boil," RaqrarJ S1A RSTran. writes D. Frankel, of Stroud, Okla. said put Bucklen's Arnica Salve on "I ror anv miormation' leaoinr to reeov- it, She did so, and it cured the boil in a ery of my i3 lost heep 11 v.h.U- and 2 short time." Quickest healer of Burns, blacks, last been about Jt n. L on Scalds, Cuts, Corns, Bruises, Sprains, sugar creex ffowfr toward fcor Kitigo Swellings. Best Pile cure on earth. where formerly owned. Ail ew. Try it. Only 25c at R. E. McRoberts G. K. iubte. & Son. lm Twenty-eight Brown of Monttcellalndiaru'a, James D. Christopher, W. G. Christopher and Mrs. J. E. Scott of Buena Viita A. A. Christopher of Independence Missouri, A. J. and A. T. Christophep of Somerset and Mra. J. K. Daugherty of Lexnd ington. The home was bright beautiful with doccratior.3 of plants, About one o'clock the rcoast was served in the long and spacious during hall, the table was beautifully aJoroed with flowers. The menu boii elaborate and delightful. Mr. and Aire. Christopher were asi.ted in reeeiv:ng- bv th?:r daughters; Those present beside those aldeady named were Mrs. A. J. Christopher and sons Letcher and Logan of Somerset, Mrs. James Christophev, Mrs A. .B. Swope, Mr. Webb Christopher. Mr. J. E. Sott Misce Alyee and Bernyce Scott, Master Johnny Daugh-ert- y of Lexington, Mr Tom H. Christo pher Mr. Logan Isou and 3rye Secu- Tortured Far 15 Years by a stomach" trouble that baffled doctors, and resisted all remedies, he tried, John W. Modders, of Moddersville, Nich., seemed doomed. He had to sell his farm and give up woik. His neighbors 3.id, "he can't live much longer." Whatever 1 at distressed me, "he wrote, "till I triad Electric Bittors.which worked seen w ders for me that I can now eat thing I coukl not not take for years. Its surely a grand remedy for srtonajh trouble Just as' good for the liver and kidney. Every bottle guaranteed. Only 50s at R. E. McRoberts & Son. 1m cure-defyin- g i Ws&X3SD i tOJl'Wilt :., ATTENTION! JUlBttK "JftttFOK !1CUJII -- TMMHflr. Time Lost TiirougM Illness. For every person w ho !1rv In a year. there sue two p?o, ! con tartly HI Ei'iSi yer.-o- n Jersey Bull Heniy Simpson Season 191 1. d.ja a jear by Illness. !oic. on a . average. 13 Mil E Y. Commissioner' s Sale of Land. GAItnARD CIRCUIT COURT. J. W. SWEEN J. TIHSLEY, CountvJ n, Clell Thomas, et al. vs Semmie McCreary, et al. PlaintirFs. Surveyor. Si-J. I ; , Office vr P ti. I!n fsrulturt: mere. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar Lanca&itr, Kentucky rard Circuit Court rendered in the above styled cause at its November term 1910, the under signed commis sioner will on MONDAY, FEBRUARY 27th, 1911, v this day being County Court day the hours of eleven o'clock A. U. LOWKLL, KENTUCKY. and twelve o'clock noon s 11 at public tJ- -t outcry, in front of tne Court House him to ery your .taltM. (oor jj Lancaster ivy. to tne nignest t itf references. and best bidder the following 'Cal prop- erty to wit: Said land is located m Garrard county. Ky a.d is known in 1'IIUNK lw-twe- en kin a, uctioneer m B-K- I -- . Foster-Uiibor- 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. individual average on an entire crop As usual we topped the market 23.25 and the best 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. DANVIkkE T05ACCO WAREHOUSE CO. INCORPORATED. WALNUT STREET. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Free Insurance Free Stables. No Charge for Rejectors. Tobacco Growers-fUTENTI- ON! The loose floor sale at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse on Perry ville street, immediately east of the Queen and Crescent Railway, is being held every day. Buyers from all leading factories are on hand. All tobacco is placed on sale in uniform grades, each grade bringing the highest market price. We make no charge for rejections and will sell your tobacco until you are satisfied with the price you receive. All insurance is carried by us and your tobacco is protected from the minute it enters our house until it is sold. Experienced men in charge of all departments to guard your interest Our advice, as is the advice of all tobacco warehouses, is that you place your tobacco upon the market as soon as it has been stripped. It weighs jnore then and you save the cost of extra hauling and get the use of your money. The People's Warehouse has the capacity to accommodate fifty loads of tobacco at one time and ample room for a hundred head of horses. Remember the location Perryville street, immediately east of the Queen and Crescent Railway, Col. I. M. Dunn is the auctioneer who sells at the Peoples' Tobacco Warehouse; he has had twenty-fiv- e years experience in the production" of burley tobacco; his judgement on tobacco you get free". He is ably assisted by C. C, Lucas, of North Carolina, who is an auctioneer of large experience in the loose leaf market PEOPLES' TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Phone No 50. Perryville St DAVE RpS. Solicitor in Garrard County. ; Incorporated. CO. DANVILLE, KY fx.jsatmm ."f .',, to stake in saitl brurtcn. near a fnencs s 8 E 47 l0,c3 to tj, be- wt ginnL.g, containing C3A acres. Mi faaia ssie will ie on a creiht oi sis ami twelve months tine. Pnrcliasier will be required to gjve bond with proveu security, sam fyonas Hearing 5(jlllf.MJrrti. Ali peicent interest from date of sale until jtakl and having the force and effect of VMfi't Ui!K a judgment upon which execution may j alllfc T-: BUCKKYE. i Miss Aimnie woods ot stanxoru is issue, if not paid at maturity. Feb. 7, 1911. Mr. J. O. Bogie was in Frankfort visiting her Aunt Mrs. H. L. Wallace. J. A. imoa M. C. G. C. C. recently. Miss Agnes Henderson left Tuesday R. H. Tomlinson, Attorney for Plaintiff. Mr. Ed Dickerson spent Saturday for a visit to relatives at Cyril Okla"" homa. night with friends at Stone. ! Mr. Reid Lear of Mw'uTesboro is the f Miss Mae Broaddu3 apent iast week j OiIi:ci over L g u' of his parents Mr. and Mrs. B. guest with friends in Lancaster. " ! M. Lear. f r Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel visited her lf.--i .i ;. 7J. OlaW lluwe II. rM Miss Isacs of Berea has returned to parents in Madison the first of the K her home after a visit to Miss Doeie j week. GARRARD CIRCUIT COUKT. Mrs. Mary Dickerson purchased of Metcalf. Plaintiffs. r ,i Mv T. O. Hill a house for the sum of XJ U (! llt iki.H v w KTVaATIsVa t Jesse Sanders, Vs. Berea spent Saturday and Sunday with $100.00 W. ?!. Dychouse, et al. Defendants. of QUALITY. I Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Burgess. Mrs. Liza Wheeler of Mercer county Punjuant to a judgment t.f the Gai-Misses Margaret Ronnick and M.ir- - ard Circuit Court rrndoreu in the a- - I has been visiting her sister Mrs. Angaret Sanduskj of Nicbola.-viilarc the b've staled cause at its Nr.wm.r term drew Bogie. 1910, the under signe! c.i.iniisioner guests of Mrs. Robert Guynn. Mesdames Dr. Evans and James Witt vui! on MONDAY KEBRUAKY 27th. . will paj you to examine the qoal- - 11)11. this day being County Court Day It of Lancaster were guests of Mrs. Anity and prices of our Clover, Timothy, between the hours of elvvtn A. M drew Bogie Thursday. and twelve o'clock noon, sell at public Blue VETERINARIAN. It will pay you to examine the quality Orchard Grass, buy. Grass and seed y in front of the courthouse door Oats before you and price of our Clover,, Timothy, in Lancaster, Ky. the following real Former Mrector Ai.nil !ilti-trPhilllne Hudson & Hughes, Lancaster, Ky. K.- - titriimriiii: Tnitra property to wit; Orchard Grass, Blue Grass and seed ?tt Army Said property lies in Garrard County Last Monday the 20th. being the fit"- Oats before you buy. Office at Logan's Stable. is tieth wedding aniversory of Sir. and on Sugar Creek and a bounded as foll- Telephone 5J ami v'. Hudson & Hughes, Lancaster. Ky. n.VKVlLLK. KY. ows; Beginning at stone in J. M. Mrs. Eliza Estridge. The children and Sanders line in Sugar Creek bottom; N 19 poles to another stone; SKIN AFFECTIONS 2 grand children gave them a surprise thence N 81 E 8.5 poles to a stone: dinner. There were about thirty pres- thence 19 poles to a black walnut in Whether On Infant Or Grown ent and each one enjoyed the day and thence N in Sanders line; thence S 81 a drain beautiful dinner immensely, both old W 8.5 poles to the beginning, containPerson Cured By Zemo people are in fairly good health and ing 1 acre be the same more or less. the surprise pleasure given It is the same land sold and conveyed And Zemo Soap. Office Danville street. by M. S. Simpson and wife to W. M. them. Dychouse, on April 9th. 1908. by deed UeMrience Plume 9. Office Phone S3 On last Tuesday night Miss Margar now of record in the Garrard County AN UNUSUAL OFFER . office, Deed Book 21, page Clerk's The R. E. McRoberts & Son Drug et Anderson entertained a large num- 1 purpose ot this satisfy Cr.ll and see us for a good ber of her friends at a valentine party flohrhe nf fli:o Hnnilroil sale is tofSHfif) Out Store says to every person, be it man, nnllnre in honor of her guest Miss Margaret , with jnterest thereon at the rate of G woman or child, who has an irritated, Cut Clean Shave. from Aijril 9th.l90S. tender or itching skin to come to our Nolan of Richmond. The rooms and per centner annum to credits herein at The Ooly Twe White Barbers In Town. in until paid subject store and procure a bottle of ZEMO table, were beautifully decorated tor set forth, and that plantiff also reand a cake of ZEMO soap and if you hearts of red and gold of different cover his costs herein of said W. M. See the fall .v . North ide of -are not entirely satisfied with results, sizes. Games of st. valentines eve were Dyehouse. . enPui.'bIt is futher adjudged by the court come back and get your money. So engaged in ai.d every one spent an that all interest on said note has been confident are we of the efficacy of this joyable evening. M. paid to April 9th. 1910, ami that said clean, simple treatment, that we make note is subject to the further following Lua7iir gaacwf credits, $2. 80 paid Oct, 1910, ami you this unusual offer. ,Lim 5.00 paid Oct, 21, 1910. This lot will be ZEMO is a clear liquid for external sold as a whole on a credit of o" months i1DQI.9 use that has cured so many cases of with interest at G per cent interest per eczema, pimples, dandruff and other annum from date of sale until paid. LAWYER Md COUNTY ATTORNEY. iEs&sa Said Purchaser will be required to forms of skin eruption. ZEMO and give bond with approved security, tlve - in ice tn a'l Si ale Cmirts and ZEMO soap are the most economical as said bond to have the force and effect often does not zgrce xllh her IT. S. well as the cleanest and most effective Court. of a judgment and shall be a lien upon appearance. Pain and suffertreatment for affections of the skin or the property sold and execution of fieri lUllt-- iwr I't.'U-- O i"t. Plume 19J. facias may issue upon said bond if same scalp, whether on infant or grown.per-soing add to ths years till many is not paid when due. women look much older than Feb, 7th. 1911. they, really are. J. A. Anion, M. C. G. C. C 1JUENA VISTA Many women, avoiding pain cf that efby the regular Hugh Christopher was in Lexington fectual remedy, for women, A last week. 5 Wine of Cardui, keep their As I have sold my home, I will sell I Gus Scott sold to William Spilman of youth and beauty. my personal property on the farm 1 Harrodsburg a mule for $175.00 ami McnV Garments. mile south of Lancaser on the Stanof Crittenden is "Dutch" Sechrest ford road, Saturday, March 4th, 1911 3li" RepHlrlng INioiie 3J0 Public visiting B. F. Sechrest and family. Square. Secondm-mc'nthe sold on consisting of the following Miss Alyce Scott will visit school ,ciinfnTisslun. Two pair of work mulec, in good conmates at State University this week. dition; 1 extra work mule, 3 years eld; M Itf. Wgr. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Poor visited their 1 four year old gelding, by Silver King; daughter Mrs. Ed Ballard of Stanford 1 three year old gelding; 1 two year old Mrs. Annie Vaughan, RalOUlee Hours last week. Ofllce over filly; 1 year old colt; 1 four year old eigh, N. C, tried Cardui and parents Mr. 1 extra good S . m to 12. p. m. to 4. Stormes' Drag Store. L. H. Ruble visited his writes: harness mare; 1 Jennette; and Mrs. W- - P- - Ruble of Osgood "I was sick and worn out milk cow and calf; 1 stripper .cow; 1 wagon; 1 hay frame; 2 sets B- last week, he was accompanied almost unto death. My sister finally persuaded me to take home by his mother. wagon harness; a good lot of farming DENTIST. Before I had taken Cardui. tools consisting of 3 riding cultivators; It will pay you to examine the qualI vas well and five bottles 2 turning plows; 1 steel roller; 1 steel Plume no. LiMicajftrKy. ity and prices of our Clover, Timothy, strong." section harrow; 1 cutting disk; 1 two Orchard Grass, Blue Grass and seed Try Cardui. It is for wohorse corn planter; double shovel plows I have just opened up a new,. clean, Oats before you buy. men. Its tonic, building qualidigger; shovels; hoes; crgss cut saw; 1 Hudson & Hughes, Lancaster, Ky. ties should restore you gently grind stone; 1 one horse drill; 1 good A happy reunion of the family of Mr. to health. Thousands of woDeering Mowing Machine Rake. About and Mrs. J. T. Christopher was celeon Lexington street next to the post men have found it to give 75 barrels of corn; 2 stacks of hay. brated at their beautiful country home office and will be glad to have my them lasting benefit Some household and kitchen furniture. Friday February 17th. Nine children Try Cardui. Terms made known on day of sale. friends to call and see me. Clean have been born to this happy union six For sale everywhere. Sale, begins at 10 o'clock a. m. Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention boys and three girls, all of whom are 47 J. F. Holtzclaw. living and married and are John L. Lancaster, Ky. Ara Bourne, Auct. Christopher of Lexington, Mr3. T. N, " of D. G. Ross as lot no. 1 ami is bounded as iollows. at a ew- white oak stump corner U Jact land; thence b 70a WiO pole to a stake Jr. Vorvlnrwl's lir.. tlw.n., 10 V 1 V.fji - ..,-M.-i" w(iS t0 a stakc in the j;lia of tne mt vey; tnence t,ast "Jo pojes to a If?. W. ':t.rrtw, Grunuaie Qpdmian U'ieii-r- str.Ke on a hillside near a tugar-trei.ii y .nhiweilwi hwawtmma. thence N 110 poles to a stak.e in the road, corner to S. D. c nr '.enter s thence N G9 W 23 poks to a sUiLe in said mad. Csirnfintpr's. runipr: therm N&1? W 25 notes to a jt.ik--- - enrnrr ta i IC, Pamontpr'f: lmo" tlrtf. "V V A AJi noles to a stake in Caviw?nrer line and I r corner to Ncwlamt: t.htne N 7?.l W It! I DENTIST : 0 (' poles to a bunch of w illows or L ranch near the old tanyard a.id comer J J H f )twVi-.rit.i'i s Millinery. IJti-.inn.n- g - - s-- u e; I iI -- Denny. n "V - P-'i- es "v ;.-- J PATRICK, Dentist. W-..- H ! ! ick, w-i-.- f. iCantnekr. Hit lYm. BURXETT S I vaV i -- -- Oi jL-mC- X5 o, j I r o. Out Flower w - ! Ware McRoberts. iir.uaseB.v.s. y "out-cr- j i Kinnaird, Pbysican and Surgeon 20-1- Hair and I Sq-iare- HOUSE." aaffl ft 1- -t. hi i m j. e E. Robinson, I;ricf e P-H- n. Lancaster ue 3-- Public Sal to-wit- :-, - Dry Cleaning- Co tli' Take! d h. Faulkner, 1 Ind-ian- ia two-hor- se F1. "W.ajlt;e:r. 4 Barber Shop i JL 5 JOHN DUNCAN. j& m