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THE CENTBAL RECORD PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DtiMQCRACTc AND GOOD .GOVERNMENT -- $g- LANCASTER, KY., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1911. Owing to the extrqmejy high cost of feed of all kinds I am forced to put up be present. the price of milk until 'May 1st from That popular tobacco solicitor, Mr. Dec 1st. prices will be as follows .07 E. B. Ray was in town court day sol- per qt. or .04 per pt. S. W. Moss. iciting tobacco for Shelburne's wareW. H. Trajlor Sale. house of Lexington. Friday, December 15th, is the day Mr. Allen Hieatt, Vice Pres. of the set for the Traylor sale. All of the Danville Tobacco warehouse and Mr. property will be sold.' See the adverL. C. Hopper were here monday solictisement on the back page of this paiting tobacco for their large house. per. There will be a" large crowd of I will have la Christmas window at people on hand on the' above date. Mr. L. E. Harris' store, Saturday Dec. Both D. D. And M. D. 9th. All kinds'of embroidery and Xmas Mrs. L. N. Miller novelties. Rev. R. T. Bailey, pastor of the colored Baptist Church, of this place Col. I. M. Dunn of the Peoples Tohas answered the l$gal requirements bacco warehouse was a pleasant visitby registering with the county clerk or to our town on last Monday. He as a practising physician, and he will was here in the interest of his splen- now proceed to heal as well did house. as the spiritual wonlds of. his conIf you intend to attend the Inaugura- gregation as well as itny other of his tion at Frankfort, Dec, 12th, notify race who may be in need of his serW. H. Brown Lancaster, either by vices. ? phone or postal card. Special car will Buys FineJHogs. leave Lancaster, 5:15 a. m. arrives at Mr. Ben F. Robinttm has just reFrankfort"at 9 a. m. Return leaves Frankfort at 4:30 p. m. arrives at Lan- turned from Paris, ?Ky., where he caster 8:35 p. m. Rate one fare plus bought two fine duroc,gilts from A. P. jfe 25cts. Badges furnished if notified in Adair & Son. time. One of these gilts isa prize winner having won second irk class of twenty Mr Ross Sells Interest. five at the State Fair in Louisville. Mr John F. Ross has sold a one half Mr. Robinson is buildmg up a fine herd interest in his meat shop and grocery and expects to produce some prize to Mr Roscoe Whitlock of Madison winners in the futurf county. Mr Whitlock will take possess the-bodil- y NUMBER 34. Mr. Rice of Louisville will preach at Old Paint Lick Church on next Sunday. Every one is invited to Rev. Price Of Milk Advances. Will Take Holiday. HEATING AND There will be no rural delivery of mail on Thursday, the postoffice wuT observe Sunday hours, the banks will be closed and many of the stores will be open only a part of the day. 31,335 Is Governor McCreary's Majority. Official NOW IS THE TIME FOR m Official returns given out fort places Gov. McCreary's majority at 31,335 and Lie tenant Governor at 30,644. Gov. McCreary received a total of 226,771 votes in the at Frank- Sausage Mills Lard i Kettles state. SPLENDID TRIBUTE PAID To Judge L. Walker At The Closing Of PLUMBING. iiiaMi His Farewell Term Of The Lincoln Circuit Court. At the close of the Lincoln Circuit Court on last Saturday, which marked Judge Lewis L. Walker's retirement from the circuit bench in so far as Lincoln county was concerned, every member of the Lincoln county bar joined in signing the following testimonial which tells of the esteem in which he was held by them: We, the undersigned members of the Lincoln county bar, upon tl e voluntary retirement of Judge L. L. Walker, as Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial District of Kentucky, debire by this testimonial to express our high appreciation of the fearless, impartial and scholarly way he has discharged the duties of the Judgeship. Judge Walker has met every obligation of his high office in that way calcu lated to preserve tre dignity of the Court, the sanctityof the law, and the respect of the people for an able upright judge. He has fully measured up to every requirement of the exalted position.and quits the bench with admiration and respect of every lawyer who has practised before him". Clever Josh Swope, clerk of the Lincoln Circuit Court, has added his quota of respect for Judge Walker by noting on the resolutions the recording of the article. Circuit Court. We use the best terial the market affords. Let us make you an estima- Lard Presses Sausage Stuffers, Butcher Knives. Our line is Complete. mate on your wants. We install the Pneumatic Water System in country homes. All inquiries cheerfully answered. ion at once. Another Editoiffor Office. Erabry Secures Good Position. Joe T. Embry of Stanford, a sterling democrat and one of Lincoln county's best workers, has received notice of an appointment under State Auditor Henry Bosworth. Joe was Doorkeeper of the House at the last session of the legislature. We Hope He Will Get It. CONN BROTHERS Lancaster, Ky. X-- Ed C. Gaines the popular insurance man, is practising up on how to act as a millionaire, and he stands a chance to see his hopes realized. There is an estate in Germany belonging to the heirs of one Fisher, of whom the Gaines family are said to be descendants, which amounts to $172,000,000. A firm of New York attorneys is seeking to find the heirs and has entered into a contract with the Gaines family to represent their interests; they will send a committee to Germany in an effort to establish the claims of the heirs in this country, and if their efforts are crowned with success, Ed will "get his". r Always Willing To Learn. editors of ttys congressional district seem to be cBming in for a liberal share of the state offices; Harry McCarthy of NichoIaRville is slated for a good berth under Secretary of Age hope however, riculture Newman. that we are not to lo&EfBro. McCarthy from the journalistww. field, but like Cecil Williams, he will find time to devote to the good papery of which he i3 the able editor. The A Popular HASELDEN BROS la iplllfMrJMJTaflfMifMiIliJli IMilllirlli Aiointmeut. :t3 A ' Danville Tobacco Warehouse COMPANY. Incorporated. Announces Buyers they have opening sale on that at the earnest request of the decided to hold their Monday, December 4th. They have the assurance of the following buyers that they will be on hand and prepared to take care of the new crop. George Smith, Jr. , of the Lancaster Record, is in correct supposition that the balance of train 24 was on time the day the sleeper was late, notice which was made in the Messenger at the time. Seeing that the sleeper comes from Jacksonville, Fla., and the rest of the train from a point in Virginia, there is nothing so peculiar about this. The Richmond branch of the 'ell and en. near which the beautiful city of Lancaster is situated, is not navigable to sleeping cars or other heavy craft. The only thing this branch has to boast of is a line of telegraph poles and an alleged right of way. George should move out into the world and see a real railroad one of these days. Junction City Cor. Messenger. Thanks Bro. Burdett, when ever we Immediately upon being apprised of the fact that a vacan-jexisted in the office of the Commonwealth's Attorney for the thirteenth judicial district, which was occasioned by Judge Charles Hardin assuming his duties as circuit judge, Governor Willson appointed Hon. George D. Florence of Stanford to succeed Judge Hardin. Under this appointment Mr. Florence will hold until after the November 1912 election. The appointment is a popular one as Mr. Florence stands well with .the L"al fraeraii.r. the district. He was Judge Walker's master commissioner in Lincoln county. Mr. Florence on Tuesday presented his commission, qualified and assumed the duties of his new office. The November term of the Garrard Circuit Court opened Monday morning with Judge Walker presiding. Clerk Mason and Miss Sue Shelby Mason as his deputy presided at the books, while Sheriff Ballard had for his deputies Messrs B. F. Robinson, C. A. Robinson and Tommie Ballard; Hon. Chas. A. Hardin was also on hand to look after the interest of the Common wealth. Judge Walker proceeded to empanel and instruct the juries, after which adjournment was taken until afternoon. Immediately upon the convening of the afternoon session, Judge Walker inquired of Mr. Hardin if he BIRTHS. had his commission, and on being anThere arrived a ten pound girl at swered in the affirmative, he vacated the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry the bench, and in a few well chosen Curtis of the Hackley vicinity on last words he bade him God speed in his new position, Judge Hardin then proSaturday night. Born to the wife of Mr. R. P. Ison, an 8J pound girl on last Friday. Mr. Ison says that she already wants to go to Sunday School at their good meetings held at Antioch, at which place Mr. Ison is Supt. Mr. and Mrs. Sherley Bush Elkin are rejoicing over the advent of a twelve pound son. The lusty youngster arrived at 8 o'clock Tuesday evening and Shirley has already been compelled to purchase for himself a new pair of slippers. He has not yet been christened. Mrs. Elkin is doing nicely, and aside from the worry as to whether or not the public will stand the raise in the prices of meat, which he fears will become necessary, the father too is enjoying reasonably good health. TO THE OLD SOLDIERS. are seeking information about railroads or want to see trains what are trains, we will come over to Junction city. Nice Compliment To Deserving Gentleman. X . i WT The R. J. Reynolds Co., The American ' Tobacco Co., J. P. Taylor & Co., G. T. Patton t&Co., The Vaughn Bros Co., J. L. Faulkner & o., and several others who buy in smaller , foiantities. Bring your Tobacco to the Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co., at Danville, Kentucky, 508 West Walnut Street. you will find everything arranged to show off your Tobacco Where to the very best advantage, so that you will be able to realize full market price for your crop. We advise you to sell your Tobacco on the- open market, where you can get fuU competition of all the Buyers, This is the only way to get full value for your Tobacco. - Danville Tobacco Warehouse Co. Inc i If 1 r, pi 8 1 (j S SK THE CHALMERS THIRTY. its fourth year of g j The car with an established reputation, now in phenomenal success. Demountable rims. Self Starter, All completely equipped for long distance service, II Iff" Storm es Automobile Agency. I The Democratic Committee for the Fifth Appellate District nominated Judge John D. Carroll to succeed himself upon the appellate bench without opposition, thereby demonstrating the fact that the people of Kentucky are capable of laying aside personal and political preferment and sending to office the men who have proven themselves worthy. And in the case of Judge Carroll, no man ever proved himself more worthy of the trust placed in him than he. An able jurist, a just and upright man and a gentleman, he has often been weighed in the balance and never found wanting, and tis but a fitting to his integrity and the esteem in which he is held by his constituents that he should have no opposition for the office to which he aspires, and which he asks that he be That he goes without saying will be as the district from which he is to be is over ten thousand demo cratic, and if he is given opposition at all, it will be a mere matter of form. Not an attorney, who practises in Kentucky but who knows Judge Carroll, if not personally, through the book to which they aH look for guidance; "Car roll's Code", of which he is the. author, and all who have practised before the Kentucky Court of Appeals are personally acquainted with, him from his f long connection with that tribunal, both as a judge and as the official reporter of the court. Judge Carroll is prominently connected with the fraternal organizations of the state, having served as a grand officer in one or mere of them, and in this capacity has travelled over and formed a wide acquaintance tiiroughoitf$he state, and without exception, wfcetever he is known, he is justly populak" t As for his jpjHfccal faith, no truer democrat ever Mfistered under the be is ever tobe rogster than h$? 7 t k H fi Ki.mooring ior me iouna in uieiioi cause of his its nominees! tri-hu- te d. ed ed Hustonville, Ky, R. F. D. No 2, Box 51. Nov-14t- h 1911, Dr. J. J. Pursley (Dakota Jack) Lancaster, Ky., Dear Sir: Please have the following letter. For the benefit of all the old soldiers, who fought during the civil war for what they thought right I was a soldier during the civil war and fought for the cause and for 15 years I have been a sufferer of rheumatism and for the past 11 years I have been unable to do any thing. I had almost lost use of my self. I had rheumatism in my shoulders, back and lower limbs, I tried everything I could hear of that was recommended for rheumatism. I tried a number of Doctors and they done me no good. Some of them told me the more you treat rheumatism the worse it gets. I had lost all hope I was a miserable existence to self. A friend told me .of PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS. I ordered a 45 days treatment and taken it according to directions and it has cured me sound and well. I can work and walk 5 mile now without exertion! PURSLEY'S INDIAN HERBS, is a god send to all suf ferers of rheumatism and I appeal to sufferers of rheumatism to try it and be convinced. This letter is unsolicited by any one and voluntarily written by my selfrfor the beniflfr of people wfro suffer' with the dread' disease Rheumatism. Try it and be convinced Yours very truly. published with the business of the court. Judge Hardin is presiding with dignity and is pleasing lawyers and litigants. He is considered by every one as a good Judge and well qualified to fill this high and honorable position. He made us a good commonwealth attorney and so will he perform the duties of the higher office. Every one likes Judge Hardin which is attested by the fact that he had no opposition either from the democratic or republican party. Hon. W. H. Brown has been appointed Master Commissioner for this county and Bennie F. Robinson has been made trustee of the jury fund. Both of these appointments are popular ones and they will do their work in an efficient and capable manner. As we go to press this Wednesday morning Judge Hardin is disposing of. business rapidly and to the satisfaction of the lawyers. Hon. W. I. Williams of Tulsa, Qkla. is here and every one in Lancaster is glad to see him. He has several cases to try out this term as soon as he has finished shaking hands with every one. Following are the juries: C G. M. Broaddus, duced his commission, qualified, the oath of office and proceeded took Best Shoe For Children, We Guarantee Every Pair Leathers. All Sizes All Jas. W. Smith., The House of Quality s Grand Jury. Poindexter, fr'n, Ambrose Metcalf, Woods Tudor, J. K. Sutton, S. M. Turner, J. F. Phelps, Albert Skinner, R.H.Montgomery, Thomas Slavin, Jerome Tinsley Ed Grow. It Petit Jury. R. K. Swope Norman Grow G. D. Robinson W. R. Parsons J. B. Collier Thomas Hendren T. D. Chesnut J. P. Ham J. A. Cotton Alex Layton S. T. Hoover Reuben Prather Eugene Berkele, W. K. Leavell. W. H. Lackey, R. P. Ison, John Pennington, Wm. Marshbanks, H. M. Kurtz, Carl Prewitt, T. O. Hill, Bruc2 Lawson, M. S. Thompson, G. T. Farris, Now. is theihe to buy an The Danville Old Hickory Wagon Tobaccol The strongest and lightest ning wagon made. &A J. Warehouse Co, will have. their opening sale on Monrunday Dec, 4th. We advise you to take your, tobacco to this house if you want to Buy Buggy and Wagon Harness while they are so cheah (signed) W. S. "Taylor. get full value for it, their Pursley's Indian Herbs are for sale place of business is at 508 by J. J. Pursfey Lancaster, Ky., or byrJ Walnut St, Danville, E, Stormes Druggist 31.00 for a 45 weit dayaeatment, -- W r'. v - .'-- " Ky k. -- ' W, J. ROMANS. - :v ' n- r- -. - -- j w ?'' 4. T v - c: & HUGHES 3 The Gentral Record advice in this undertaking, and his ad vice if followed will result in the formation of this much needed organizaincorporated. $1.00 a year. tion. Issued Weekly. The next regular meeting of the GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor. City Council will be Monday night Dec.'4th. Let us see how many of Entered at tuo Tost Office in Lancaster, Ky., our churches and fraternal, societies Mail Matter. as Second-Claswill have a representative there to confer with them and put this good Member Kentucky Press Association work forward. I s More Extensive Notice Next Week. CI We can load your Wagons prompt ly. Prices and Quality to please every one. . 'Bread is the Staff of Lifer THESErOEE HAVE IT GOOD. s Always Reliable. fin HUDSON AND Phone 26. Lancaster, Ky. t t W Mmmaammi HUDSON & HUGHES J , Because of the fact that we tro to press one day earlier this week, and al- so that Judge Hardin had not fully decided as to all of his appointments up i Creed Gott Dead. to our press hour, we have not as extensive mention of the political changCreed Gott died at his home in Riches which are taking place as we would mond last week of tuberculosis. He have otherwise have hsd. However, had been to New Mexico in the hope we will go in to the full details in our would but next issue. " that the climateand his benefit him,were J relatives it was useless and The- Turkey Crop. telegraphed to come for him. His Eighth District Publishers League. Gaines' Corn Show. Lee Gott went for him and they Mr. H. B. Nvthcott-thpoultryman brother Considerable interest centered about returned on Thursday evening and Lancaster, Ky., November 29, 1911. the Hemphill corner Monday where Ed. slaughtered and shipped to the eastern Creed died Friday morning. He is surC. Gaines had his exhibits for the corn market during the two weeks previous vived by his wife and one son. The deshow spread for inspection. Messrs to Thanksgiving week, about 3500 turk ceased is one of the "Goft Bros." who Rates For Political Announcements N. B. Coy, J. Wade Walker and Sidney eys, lhese iowls were raised by the were formerly in the produce business For Precinct and City Offices . . . .$ 5.00 Dunbar were selected as judges and housewives of the county, who were at this place. 10.00 after careful scrutiny of the fifty paid by Mr. Northcott from 11 to 12 For County Offices For State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 strings of corn offered, the prizes were" cents per pound for them, not quite up Excellent Lady Passes Away. 10 awarded as follows: Loyd Bounie 1st, to the usual price, as the crop in other For Calls, per line Although hope of her recovery had .10 Jack Cox 2d, Jesse Sanders 3d, Ed counties was reported as being above For Cards, per line the average. been abandoned for some days, yet the interFor all publications in the Sutton 4th and Jack Cox .5th. The death of Mrs. Nannie B. Jones came as est of individuals or expreslast prize being for the sTx best ears. Fine Corn. a great shock to her legion of friends, sion of individual views, per Editor Cecil Williams, of The Times, Mr. B. L. Kelly has on exhibition at in fact to the entire community. For .10 line .05 has received an appointment under Smith's store five different varieties of some montns sne naa oeen in a very Obituaries, per line Henry M. Bosworth, State Anditor-elec- t. corn, which are about as good speci critical condition, and several times The Times will be run on just mens as we ever saw. Especially is her life was despaired of, but her the same under the present manage- the quality of the corn noticeable be- wonderful vitality and energy, coupled ANNOUNCEMENTS ment. Mr. Williams' duties are such cause of the vast amount of rotten with skilled medical attention and the that he can devote a good deal of his corn to be found in nearly all of this closest attention from loving hands For County Judge., time to his paper. Somerset Times. years crops. Mr. Kelly has been fur- served to bring about temporary reacWe do not know what Cecil's appoint nishing seed corn to many of the far- tion. On yesterday afternoon, she We are authorized to announce Claywe' mers of the county for several years grew very much weaker, and by nightton A. Arnold as a candidate for Coun- ment will be, but he deserves and ty Judge of Garrard County subject to hope will receive the best Mr. Bos- and his seed corn this year comes fall it was plain that the end was near. worth has to give. Although handi- fully up to his usual standard. She passed away about three o'clock the action of the democratic party. capped by being in the only republican this morning. The funeral services We are authorized to announce district in the state, Cecil Williams did Garrard County To Jte Well Represented will be held at the family reeidence, on James A. Beazley as a candidate for splendid service for his party and is Maple Avenue, at half past two o'clock At The Inauguration Of Gov. County Judge of Garrard county, sub justly entitled to the reward he is tomorrow afternoon. In compliance ject to the action of the Democratic about to receive. JamesJJ. McCreary. with her request, the remains will be party. We are open taken to Richmond, Texas, for burial Hemp Invention. At least three hundred of Garrard's beside her husband. She was a For Sheriff. of the first PresbyMr. W. W. Rowland, of the Con citizens are "getting ready" to attend tinental Fiber Co. Lexington, Ky., the inauguration of Gov. McCreary on terian ceurch, of this city. We are authorized to announce C. A. Mrs. Jones was the daughter of the was hpre the past week trying to buy Dec. 12th, but it is safe to says that Robinson as a candidate for Sheriff of some hemp before it was spread. He not more than half that number will late B. F. Slavin, of Garrard county, Garrard County? subject to the action purchased some in the stack in Madi- attend from this county. Mr. David where she was born and reared. She RAIN OR SHINE. of the Democratic party. son and Boyle counties paying therefor C. Sanders is recruiting what he terms married Mr. T. W. Jones, and the coucom- ple the "McCreary Heavys". The resided at Richmond, Texas, until We are authorized to announce four cents per pound. He has estab' lished a plant in Lexington that rots pany is to be composed of fifty men, his death, in 1895, when she returned Ashby Arnold as a candidate for' sheriff t once. not one of whom will weigh under 200 to Kentucky, locating in Danville. of Garrard county, subject to the ac- breaks and bales the hemp She soon became a great favorite Thjs is proving quite a labor saver as pounds. The company will be headed tion of the democratic party. it eliminates the spreading and break-n- g by Messrs Logan Ison and Wijliam with our people, and we do not believe in We are authorized to announce W. and a great many people have quit Gosney and Mr. Thomas Wherritt will any lady was more universaily beloved. L. Lawson for sheriff of Garrard this once popular industry simply be- act as orderly sergeant. They will Her acts of kindness ond deeds of ascounty, subject to the action of the cause they could not get labor at this charter a special coach and leave here sistance are innumerable, and her pasdemocratic party. time of year. Mr. Rowland stated in ample time to witness the entire sing away is a severe loss not only to church and society, but to the poorer that he was going to establish another proceeding. classes who were never known to applantjn Central Kentucky next year For Assessor. Makes Hens Lay. ply to her and return empty-handecounty and that he liked Garrard Dr. B. F. Walter is somewhat of a The example set by this We are authorized to announce Dave mighty well. His present plant is loC. Sanders as a candidate for Assessor cated on Leestown pike and C. & O. poultry raiser and during the recent Godserving woman is certainly worthy of Garrard county subject to the ac- Ry. in Lexington so if any one wants cold snap when eggs were so high the of emulation, and her pure, unselfish tion of the democratic party. to see this plant in operation they can Dr's hens were not producing as many life, has won for her a crown in the on Mr. Rowland and he will ex- eggs as he deemed they should, so he Great Beyond, where she is free from We are authorized to announce Mr. call plain to you more fully the way the concluded to change their diet. On pain and sorrow, and where she awaits E. B. Ray as a candidate for the Nomiwork is done. If the hemp growers of Thursday he began experimenting by the loved ones she has taught to follow nation of Assessor of Garrard County, go feeding them parched corn, he owned subject to the action of the democratic this county are interested and will lo- 39 hens and on Friday he found 39 in her footsteps. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. after this plant, they can get one party. i cated here next season. The machinery eggs in' his hennery, this performance Guy Logan Hundley, and four brothwas repeated on Saturday, but though ers, namely, J. W. Slavin, of ThompWe are authorized to announce J. B. only costs about $2500. he continued the parched corn diet, son Texas; T. R. Slavin, of Garrard Collier as a candidate for the nominatrue to their religiour surroundings, county; Dr. J. L. and. E. K. Slavin, of tion for assessor of Garrard county, Not One Half Severe Enough. they refused to lay an egg on the this city. Danville Messenger. subject to the action of the democratic OF LANCASTER. "Who places hand upon a woman Sabbath, however, on going to their party. save in loving kindness i? unworthy place of business on Monday he found Saved Many From Death. We are authorized to announce W. the name of coward." Capital the biddies crowding over each other L. Huffman for q candidate for assessW. L. Mock, of Mock, Ark., believes Out at Shady Bend Kas. scandal in their efforts to get to a nest and or of Garrard county subject to the mongers, both male and female, set make up for lost time. he has saved many lives in his 25 years A. R. DENNY, President. action of the Democratic party. of experience in the drug business. their poisoned tongues to wagging J. E. STORMES, Vice Pres't. anent the character of Miss Mary Henry Clay Beattie Dies For His Crime, "W hat I always like to do," he writes, S. C. DENNY, Cashier. For Magistrate. Chamberlain, "is to recommend Dr. King's New a defensejess young - young VirHenry Clay Beattie, ther. J. F. Robinson, Ass't Cashier. R. T. Embry, Discovery for weak, sore lungs, hard We. are authorized to announce school teacher, and without taking the ginian, who in July last cruelly murdercolds, hoarsness, obstinate coughs, la John N. White as a candidate for trouble to investigate the truth or ed his young wife, on last Friday ex- grippe, croup, asthma or other bro falsity of the reports, a gang of brutes Safety - Deposit Boxes For Rent. Magistrate, in the first district of Garhis crime in the electric chair at chial affection, for I feel sure that a in the garb of men constituted them- piated rard county, subject to the action of Before his death young number of my neighbors are alive and selves a committee to regulate the Richmond. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS the demacratic party. Beattie confessed the terrible crime well y because they took my admorals of the community and to rid with which he was changed and for vice to use it. I hnnestly believe its Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, A. C. Robinson, J. E. We are authorized to announce Wal- the village of the helpless young teacher. which he was convicted, but denied the the best throat and lung medicine Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. The means employed by them were ton E. Moss as a candidate for Magis wortny oi tneaevn nimseit; they ap- terrible details as published and claim- that's made." Easy to prove he's trate in the first district of Garrard ed they were exaggerated. He mainCounty, subject to the action of the pointed one of their number to decoy tained his splendid nerve which he has right. Get a trial free, or regular 50c or $1.00 bottle. Guaranteed by R. E. her to a desolate place, where the redemocratic party. mainder of the heineous crew held the held throughout the ordeal of his trial, McRoberts & Son. pair up at the point of toy pistols, took up to the time of his death, and took The impression is general that one Miss Chamberlain from the buggy, his seat in the chair with a smile on his The Useful Goat, should have prosperity and that ever disrobed her and smeared her with tar, lips. His remains were immediately A goat lives about ten years and present adjunct at Thanksgiving time, after which they assisted her to re turned over to the family and on Sat- will giveiabout a quart of milk a day. JL S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. B. F. HUDSON, President. a big turkey, or else 'one has nothing sume her wearing apparel andher urday after short services at the family ORGANIZED 1SS3. f jr which to be thankful. If such cowardly escort returned with her to the home, were interred in the Maury cemA Father's Vengeance. were the c lse to how many in this world village. Their action were not looked etery the family burying ground. would have fallen on any one who Te would "Thanksgiving" day be a joke, upon in the light which they had hoped the son of Peter Bondy, of TO AILING WOMEN . for the tables of the great majority of for, on the contrary, the community South Rockwood, Mich., but he was OF LANCASTER, KY. American citizens are not always was horrified at the atrocity of their A Little ound Advice Will Help Many A powerlessbefore attacks of Kidney graced by the presence of this tooth- act, and at once set about their punish CAPITAL $50,000. SURPLUS 30,000. trouble. ''Doctors could not help him," some bird, either at thanksgiving or at ment by law. Four of those who conSufferer In Lancaster , he wrote, "so at last we- - gave him any other time. In the cities the pur- fessed complicity in the foul deed were W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Electric Bitters and he improved chase of a thanksgiving turkey and given the limit, one year each in jail, No woman can be healthy and well r. W, O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. J. J. Walker, Jr., the necessary accompaniments re- two who stood trial were found guilty jf the kidneys are sickv Poisons that wonderfully from taking six bottles. quires the outlay of a sum of money and the third was found not guilty. pass off in the secretions when the kid? Its the bept Kidney medicine I ever far in excess of that required in the What a pity the laws of the good state neys are well', are retained in the body saw." Backache, Tired feeling, Ner Prompt Attention. Business Solicited. country, and amounts to more than of Kansas were not more stringent, when the kidneys are sick. Kidneys yousness, Loss of Appetite, warn of Kidney trouble that may end in dropsy, the average family can afford, they and these brutes were not served out and bladder become inflamed and ly diabetes or Bright's disease. Beware'; J. S. Johnson, B. F. Hudson, J. J. Walker, T. M. Arnold, Alex Gibbs are therefore not from necessity al- punishment commensurate with their swollen and worse troubles quickly fol- Take Electric Bitters and be safe. ways, but from prudence, forced to crime. Lewis L. Walker, C, A. Arnold, Directors. low. This is often the true cause of 50c at R. E. content themselves with something bearing down pains, lameness, backache Every bottle guaranteed. Who are these men that they should not so extravagant, though equally as mete out severe punishment where our etc. Uric poisoning also causes head- McRoberts & Son. substantial; and these people are Savious showed mercy. When a gang aches, dizzy spells, languor, nervousequally as thankful as the onefc whose of hoodlums in ojden time brought be? ness rheumatic pain. tables are loaded down with the prover- fore Him a poor trembling, ' erring girl When suffering so, try Doan's Kidbial turkey and all the delicacies of for trial and judgment under ney Pills, a remedy that has cured the J. R. MAYES, Bookkeeper. W. S. DUNN, Floor Manager. I. M. DUNN, President. . the season. Mosaic law, He said, "let him who is thousands of such cases. You will get" We should be thankful for what we guiltless cast the first stone", and all better as the kidneys get better and W. J. FINCH, Auctioneer. H. C, McWILLIAMS, Solicitor. JAS. M. SALLEE, have and not grumble for what we slunk away under his stinging rebuke. healfh will return when the kidneys are have not. First of all we owe to Him well. Let a Lancaster woman tell you SELL YOUR TOBACCO AT THE Doctor Praises D. D. D. our thanks for health and preserva- 1 about Doan's Kidney Pills. J tion for ourselves and family, Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville, St., for peace Although an M. D., I acknowledge and prosperity in the year that is past, to my patients, Lancaster, Ky., says; "My experience and patrons that your and for brilliant prospects for the remedy, D; D. D reached cases of Ec- with Doan's Kidney Pills leads me to year to come. say that they live up to the claims zema and permanently cures In the midtst of our thanksgiving Dr. Ira T. Gabbert, Caldwell, them. made for them. I .suffered a great deal Kan. Incorporated. BELL phone 50. feasting and festivities jt would be well bell phone 50. from backache and cpuld not sleep welj "My cure began irom the first' apto stop and think if there is not someone plication DANVILLE," KENTUCKY. of D. D. D. My skin is now as On several occasions my back became Located on Perryville Street, One Block From Queen & Cresent Depot. within our own knowledge, perhaps a smooth as a baby's. so painful and weak that J was unable I wouldn't take adneighbor, who has not the making of a a thousand dollars for what D. D. D. to attend to my housework. Being THIS js the largest and best equipped Warehouse for the sale of loose leaf tobacco South of the good meal for thanksgiving, or the vised to give Doan's Jtidney Pills a has done for me," writes August SanKentucky River, Daily capacity 250,000 pounds. Shelter for 150 loaded wagons. Shelter for 300 head of wherewith to purchase it, who, through to, of Chillicothe, Ohio. trial, I did so, procuring a supply at borses. Free Stables. Free Insurance. No Rejection Fees. Prompt Settlement, and Experienced Men sickness or adversity, really have little Frisbie's Drug Store. They helped me These are just samples of letters we to look after your interest in all departments. The loss in weight which is saved by the farmer when entirely for which to be thankful, and to whom are receiving every day from grateful from the first and I was soon sold on the Joose floor is a very large item. The loose leaf method is neither new nor an experiment, as is from our abundance we might spare a patieijts all over the county. relieved, shown by the sajes for the season of, 1911 in Kentucky, with eight loose floor markets, sold 97,250,000 lbs. share, thus not only providing some "Worth its weight in gold," 'All my of tobacco. We will Ijave six or more regular buyers on our floor attending all sales, which will 'insure pdor unfortunate something for which pimples The Danville Tobacco washed away by D. D. D.," the top prices. Drive straight to the PEOPLES HOUSE Day or Night, guaranteeing to you the attendto give thanks, but adding to those "I foundlnstant relief," "D. D. D. Warehouse Co., wUl have ance of all the buyers on the market; the Highest Market Prices, absolutely Accurate Weights and an things for which we ourselves should is little short of miraculous." These their opening sale on Monand a true Kentucky welcome. allround Square Deal, a Hearty Hand-shak- e be thankful: "It is bet&r. to give are the words of others in describing " than receive," day Dec, 4th. We advise the great skin remedy, D. D. D. Proven by thousands of cureB, for you to take your tobacco to One of Lancaster's, philanthropists, ten years to be absolutely harmless signing himself "A willing helper", in and reliable you want to in every case of skin trou- this house'if IicorpoAtnL last weeks Record pointed out the in- ble, n get full value for it, their matter what itial step for the organization of - a PERRYVILLE STREET. Telephone No 50. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Get a trial bottle Instant place of business is at Charity Board. This gentleman stands only 25cts at R. E. McRoberts & ready and'wjjling with deed as well as Son. west walnut St, Danville STOVES Ranges; Cook and - e Heating Stoves. .' Oil Heaters. Foot Warmers. Buggy Robes. R. Buggy Harness at reduced prices Children see Dollys Little Range. J. MOUNT, SON & CO. Every Saturday on cloudy days as those made all-a- Our pictnres are as good made clear weather. It's the lense that does the work and we have the best. d. God-lovin- g, The Gassaday Studio. THE. NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus 25,000. y. Book-Keepe- to-da- 1-- m I ( Citizens National Bank Book-Keepe- 1-- m ' Sec-Trea- s. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co. PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. it-i- to-da- y! re-li- sf " 508 jb KyfBfl wmmmmnaammamHmmimmmmmmmmmmmnm y ...... , .g-- - . - ..... On Ladles Tailor-Mad- e " - ,. f Many Patrons W The ridiculous low prices purchase you a handsome which contains a Skinner's Satin Lining Guaranteed for two $30. and $27.50 M p jq $22.50 and $20. M i) in $35. and $32.50 Suits reduced to ylL.UQ Suits reduced to !j)lD.40 Suits reduced to j)IZ.4C I I Suits and our tap the Benefit. named below will SUIT; the Coat of years wear. I Any one might write an advertisement like this, but no one can offer you such values, for we are OVERLOADED and they must go regardless of Price. Now is your opportunity to purchase a SUIT for LESS than actual worth. I ) The Joseph Mercantile Co. THE ELITE r sM giving with their parents. Mat S. Cohen of Richmond was a j visitor her Monday. Mrs A. F. Sanders and daughterMiss Stella were recent guests of Mr and -- -' ' Mrs Sherman Cotton of Paint Lick. Comings and A Brief Mention of the Mr and Mrs Charles F. Denman of Goings Ly Those Wt Are Interested In. Nicholasville will be the guests for Thanksgiving of Mr andMrs Alex West. Dr Jesse Lee Cotton, wife and son of Miss Delia Tinder is in Louisville Louisville and Mrs Boggs of Catletts-bur- g visiting friends. were here Sunday the guest of Mrs. Minerva Moss is in Bryants-vill- e Rev and Mrs C. C. Brown. visiting relatives. J. C. Napier, Rev. 0. P. Bush was with relatives who now resides at Lebanon Junction, in Richmoriu" Sunday. Mrs. is the guest of his daughter, Mr. Louie Tinder has returned from Maurice Green in the county. a short stay in Louisville. Mrs. W. S. Miller will leave this Dr. Spitzler of Crab Orchard was a week for her home in Knoxville after several weeks visit to her sister Mrs. visitor in Lancaster Saturday. J. W. Miller and other relatives. Miss Lydia Elmore is in Stanford the The Christian Endeavor Society will guest of Miss Annie, McRoberts. give a social Thursday Thanksviving Mr. and Mrs. Wm R. Cook were evening at the Christian church An visitors in Lexington last week. inviting luncheon will be served. Mrs. J. D. Gulley entertained at an Mrs. J. C. Robinson entertained at elaborate course dinner on Friday. vr;5 a 6 o'clock dinner in honor of Mrs. W. Mrs. J. M. Mount will entertain the S. Miller of Knoxville. A most inlHarBntiUfftiJU'BrftuantijairH. IMjlMf!SS:!MISlMlSQMlrU embroidery club Friday afternoon. viting repast was served the guests. Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton were Elder F. M. Tinder has been chosen visitors in Lexington the past week. as one of the two delegates from Kenn Miss Mabel Mason will spend Thanks- tucky to attend the National League convening in Washington giving with parents in Madison county. " City on December lltB. Miss Kathleen Walter is in LexingMr. Lillard Miles who has been ton visiting Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Elkin. his parents Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mrs J. A. Amon is recuperating by Miles will start out as a commercial - FOR a stay in one of the Cincinnati hospit- travler December 10th, for the Carter Dry Goods Company of Louisville. als. Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lynn and Mrs. Mr. L. F. Hubble of Somerset is the guest of Senator and Mrs. R. L. Hub- J. E. Lynn of Stanford, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Claunch of Somerset, Mr. and ble. Mrs. Logan Wood of Danville will be Mrs. Horace Herndon was the reguests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. cent guest of Mrs. J. C. Hays of Stan- J ohn M. Mount for Thanksgiving. ford. Miss Florence Darnell, the efficient The Chautauqua Circle will meet with nursein-charg- e at the Lancaster hosMrs Fred P. Frisbie, Saturday afterpital returned Saturday from a pleas- Who isDave Dave is the only man that handles RED STAR 1 i (ill I I Suits $ gCing nowat!p3.4o 1 5-00 THE OISUV EXCLUSIVE LADIES OUTFITTERS IN LANCASTER. " '" i " S I T tf Gossip About I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, POpleNNN . V D Hjfii. IMIlMMJEliJlSJilifi: ll!fM!J!ii!!IS!Biyi m Ill - IT IS NOT MAGIC THAT PRODUCES SI ' Fresh oysters at Zimmers. ll-24-- 2t For Rent Upstairs J. E. Storms. and downstairs 11-3-- rooms. tf Glen Lily Flour Get vour oysters, celery and black cakes at Baierline's resturant. Il-24-- 2t ll-24-- 2t J m Thanksgiving dinner and served at Charley Baierleines, supper You will please call and settle your medical account. W. M. Elliott. It. COAL IN LANCASTER. Fruit cake, and all kinds of good eats for Thanksgiving at Zimmers. ll-24-- 2t It is just a combination of Good Wheat and Scientific Milling. We buy only the BEST WHEAT to begin with and put it through a process of Milling that insures a uniform product at all times. If you have not tried GLEN LILY FLOUR do so today. si 3 m Black cake, fresh oysters and celery for Thanksgiving. ll-24-- Charley Baierlein 2t Garrard Milling Co. Lancaster Lumber & HI'fg Co, Creme Soap lOcts. For cracked open and rough skin. For sale at all the grocery stores in Lancaster. ll-29-- 2t For Rent. Dwelling Lancaster, Kentucky. M1MMMMM) WmEMMBWmEMMMM&E. posite college. on Lexington street opApply to H. T. Logan. GOTO THE -- Creamery Anti-Saloo- We are prepared to kill your hogs, so when cold enough call Phone 29 " S; B. Elkin ll-24-- 2t Fkr, i Coal, Salt, Shingles yis-iti- ng If you have rusty hands you don't use CREME SOAP. lOcts at all gro-restnrps in Lancaster. rv ll-29-- 2t For Rent. CO A L Cannel." Each the best in its Class. Eight room honse, suitable for a boarding house. Mrs H. B. Sweeney. Bryantsville, Ky. Il-29-- 4t We have the celebrated Trow's Perfection Flour, Raymond City Coal, all coal, no clinkers Ohio River Clean Salt, California Red Wood Shingles. Farming Implements of all kinds. STUDEBAKER WAGONS. X Ask your grocer for a cake of Creme Soap for all toilet use now. Only lOcts per cake. ll-29-- "Straight-Creek,- " "Bennett Block" and "Hermatige I ! noon. Mrs. Ellen Tevis of Nicholasville is visiting her sisters, Mesdames Hudson and Rigney. Mr. Wm Hoover of Nicholasville was the guest of Judge A. D. Ford for several days. Miss Naomi Ballew of Richmond is with her aunts Misses Lucy and Tom-mi- e Francis. Mr. and Mrs. Alex West have been in Nicholasville vistiting Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Denman. Miss Pearl Hardin of Decatur, Illi nois is here the guest of her sister Mrs. Alex Walker. The Presbyterian Missionary Society will meet at the church Monday afternoon December 4th. Miss Angie Kinnaird of the D. & D. I fe H. V. H BASTIN.l immmmMWMfMtM) M 3 n'rMiJliinafrHJl'i Do you know that 5 per cent will be added to your school tax if not paid by W. Harant visit of three weeks duration to the 1st day of December. E. ris. Tax Collector. friends and relatives in Maysville. During her absence Miss Smith of RichFor Rent. mond has filled her place at the hospitMy mother having decided to stay at al. Richmond. We will rent our house and Mrs. Mattie Duncan gave a well appointed luncheon last Thursday after- lot on Hill Court. Mrs. Bright Herring noon at her home on Lexington Avenue Phone 368-The following ones were present Mesdames B. F. Hudson, T. J. Price, For Sale. Theodore Curry, J. B. Kinnaird, E. C. Gaines and W. L. Lawson of this city One suit of furniture, one dining and Mrs. Ellen Tevis of Nicholasville. table, one china cabinet, and other furniture. Mrs. J. C. Hemphill, call on Zemo Makes Astonishing Eczema Cures. Mrs. Theo. Curry. ll-17-- 3t " 11-24- -tf G ! GLASS and SAUNDERS t CAMP NELSON, KY. We want 50 tons of Timothy Hay. We are prepared to clean Seed Wheat at 5c per bushel. Clean it the same day you bring it. i We Write Any Kind of INSURANCE Office at National Bank. Kidney waakness is the forerunner of two dangerous diseasesRheumatism and Bright's Disease. This weakness, slight at first is 'usually thonght insignificant and therefore neglected. To avoid serious complications, treatment? should staat with thfc first -- Kidney Troubles i w CAN BE AVOIDED. Institute 'Danville is expected for a visit to her parents. Rev Stigal of Georgetown filled the pulpit at the Baptist church Sunday morning and evening. S m hint of troubl. Nyal's Stone Root Compound If taken the "blood free from injurious waste matter. It in time will insure perfect freedom from kidney disorders means strong, eealthy kidneys, regular in their action and 50c & $1. w Miss "Mary Johnson of Lexington and came Wednesday for a visit to her recomlfcend and endorse ZEMO ZEMO SOAP for all skin and scalp erfriend Miss Bernie Lear. Mrs. D. C. No. 1. "WE PROVE IT.'K Every day ZEMO gives relief and cures men, women and children in every city and town in America whose skins are on fire with torturing ECZEMA rashes and other itching, burning, scaly, and crusted skin and scalp humors. ZEMO and ZEMO (ANTISEPTIC) SOAP, two refined preparations will give you such quick relief that you" will feel like a new person. We give you three reasons why we Chickens For Sale. 250 BEAZLEY & COLLIER Phone or call on us Barred P. Rock cockerels 11-10-- tt. and at The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky. pullets at $1.00 and $1.25 each.1 Phone 363B Mrs. C. A. Robinson. Creme Soap. For all rough skin,, chapped hands, face, a skin food: try For sale by all grocery stores and it.. J. E. Stormes' Drug Store. lOcts per cake or 3 cakes for 25cts. chaDDed lins and H-29-- 2t FEW TO Dm LEFT the bottle. Rj. E. cTlfcRoberts CBb, Son. Pay For Your Turkey with a check on the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. Then you will have a receipt for your money and a souvenir of jthat excellent Thanksgiving dinner. Pay all your bills with checks, Open an account with It's safer and more business like. the bank like other progressive people. You'll not be the first' to start modestly. Sanders and daughter Christine are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Oatley Burke of Silver Creek. Miss Tommie Francis was in Danville Saturday for the funeral of her cousin Mrs. Nannie Slavin Jones. tissi Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Slavin attended the funeral of Mrs. Nannie Slavin Jones in Danville Saturday afternoon. Miss Nancy Walker and Martha Kavanaugh left this week for a visit to Miss Annie May Walker of s uptions. 1st. They are clean, scientitic preparations that give,universal satisfaction and are pleasant jtnd agreeable to v use at all times. 2nd. They are not experiments, but are proven cures for every form of skin or scalp affections whether on infants dr grown persons. - 3rd. They work on a new principle. They do not glaze ovemhe surface, but they penetrate to the seat of the trouble and draw the germ life from underneath the skin and destroy jt. In this way a complete cure is effected in any OR SCALP ERUPITION Misses Minnie Brown and Minnie case of SKIN Endorsed and sold in Lancaster by Gulley will spend Thanksgiving as Drug Store. guests at the home, of Miss Mayme the McRoberts & Son Dickerson. Mr and Mrs W. J. Romans and Mr and Mrs Samual Cotton were guests of Mr and Mrs Nathanial Cottonof Kirks- - The Important Thing. We can understand the ease with which a fool and his money are parted, but what puzzles u- - is how the fool got the money to part with. ' Balked At Cold Steel. PAY YOUH TAX AND The Danville Tobacco Warehouse, Co, vule, bunaay. Miss Agnes Miles left" Monday for a visit to Louisville and Lawrenceburg. She goes to Louisville for the Boswell-Burto- n wedding. r- their opening sale on Mon' day Dec, 4th. We advise you to take youa tobacco to busfness is at 508 West Walnut St, Danville, Ky. -- wll have "I wouldn't let a doctor cut my foot off," said H. D.' Ely, Bantam, Ohio, "although a horrible llcer had been the plague of my life for four years. Instead I used Bucklen's Arnica Salve, and my foot was soon completely cured." Heals Burns, Boils, Sores, Corns. Bruises, Eczema, Pimples, Surest Pile cure 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son. A Pessimist. A pesslmfet is a person who tells you that wnat appears to be a sUver lining in your cloud 1b only a low 'grade of tinfoiL 1-- m SAVE THE PENALTY You vill be required to pay j " Tf xx 11 Marts Mcb irottie. 6 per cent Penalty after December 1st. Comein NOW and Pay. r The Garrard Bank &Tust Company. i Misses Bessie' Brown, Margaret -- 1 a. Ar thiSvhouse if you want full value for it, their place of nold and'Maiankin.all.r.offiiadisqn n I ?' ii J rm. l insutuie win spenu iuuima- femaie t ctf AA1n w v.-- . ail (jcujic nucn uia rarr1at constipation would Tesult in severe indigestion, yellow jaundice or virulent liver trouble they would soon take Dr King's New Life Pills, and end it. Its way. Best.for biliousnes the only-saf- e dyspepsia,chilis ancHlebility. ) headache, " 25c at R. E. McRoberts & Son 1-- m 1at 'George T. ' BaUarln -- l Sheriff of Garrard Co. r Martins Convention An Annual Affair. Office Hours Office over An exchange tells of the congregating of blackbirds at a given place i FARMER'S rfpace below COLUMN i 8A.m $ol2. 1 p.m. to 4. Stormes' Drug Store ORMR ism We Handle None But ftie Besg. Our stocks are bo larg-- BES-jfl- . NQ7 SAVE MONEY. that you havo every styls and pattern, and size, and shapo from which to select: and we icuka buying T.'Y 21A.Hi, jAst as easy and satisfactory as you can do It in the store. "Wo have special things that you can get NOWHERE ELSE, such as : Levy's Special Suits Igp Men Levy's Special Boys' Suits wiUi 2 pairs M at of PanSs end all the Leading1 Lines of .. . FURNISHINGS, HATS AND SHOES CATALOG 3tRLE: SAMPLES WE ALSO SEND -- We icsue a larpro illuctralod catalog-send free on request. , which we FREE. Mention this paper and write us fully for anything you want in our line, and you'll get a prompt and satisfactory answer. And if anything you buy hero is not exactly what you want it may be returned and your DlONEx will be immediately .REFUNDED. Railroad Fares Refunded at Certain Times. Kembcis RcUil Merchants Association. A House Established 50 Years Ago. Tiic Largest ia Sis Line. The Bright Third and Spot Karkct. preparatory to their simultaneous disappearance. This brings to our minds the annual conventions of the martins, which are held in Lancaster. Mr. E. W. Morrow who is a close ob server of birds and bird life, has made quite a study of the actions of these birds, and has kept tab on them from year to year and has furnished us the date in regard to their annual conventions. On the 9th day of August of every year the forerunner makes his appearance, coming seemingly to set the house in order, he is reinforced daily by other martins, and within ten days the english sparrow to whom the martin is a deadly enemy is compelled to seek new quarters. The cupola of the "court house is their congregating place, and they continue to come in every day, each day a few more being added to the number, until September 1st comes, when they begin to pour in by thousands, then the preliminary caucuses are held, and each afternoon the cupola is literally alive with them, sitting around chattering, evidently perfecting their plans for the coming migration. On the morning of September 9th the leaders begin to marshal their forces for the flight and promptly at 11 o'clock in the morning of that day they take their flight, all in orderly array, and without any unseeming parade or noise, they disappear in a southeasterly direction, not to be seen untill again the folowing August. ALL KENTUCKIANS ooo0eooeoetooooaoooeo0OOO6e this heading is for the exclu- B. F. "Walter. DENTIST. Lancaster, Ky. i oooooooooooooooc Go CARDS. o ooo sive use of our farmer subscribers, and ia for Phone 65. 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 in .ivo issues of the Recobd, free of charge to the BEST Place if you want . H. J. TINSLEY, Kentucky W. R. Cook bought a pair of five year old mules of Wils Rogers for $325. County Surveyor. PHONE 329-- J. Office over F. 6. Hurt's furniture store. the BEST WORK. We have the only Steam SterShop ilizer in town for Massage. on Richmond St, HENRY DUNCAN The Old Reliable Barber. just been run one season and is as good as new. J. G. Loman. An orchard will live longer, bear betwell cultivated and enriched. For Sale: International Hay Press Lancaster, Jersey Bull Henry ter and be more profitable by being Simpson 88427 Season 191 1. For Sale One dozen pure-bre- d gSJgsagyif V$322S?'"J Barred Plymouth Rock pullets. Mrs. J. F. Robinson. A covey of quail in the orchard will prove a god friend to the grower, be cause they eat a tremedous number of U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. 00003000COOQQOOOOC60000QOOOOOOOOO J. W. SWEENEY. J. E. Robinson, ATTORNEY. insects. Some nice thoroughbred big type, Poland China Boars. Gut I For Sale: Flowers I LAWYER and COUNTY of QUALITY. Will Walker Bradshaw. pigs so easily influenced as while they are depending on the sow's milk the first month of life. Ware McRoberts. Practice in all State Courts and U. S. District Court. Phone 194 At no time is the development of the Office over Police Court. Henry L.Casey,D.v.s VETERINARIAN. Call and see us for a good Hair Cut and Clean Shave For Sale: A few barred plymouth The Only Two White Barbers Ih Town. rock cockerels and hens at 50c each 2 Former Director Animal Industry Philippine Islands. United States Arm; See the tall sign, North side ot miles from Lancaster on Crab Orchard Office at Logan's Stable. pike. Public Square. Mrs. Taylor House. Telephone 32 and 432. DANVILLE. KY KT. About 250 cattle were on the market Monday, mostly rough stuff, all of Regardless Of Party Affiliation! Are Cor which changed hands at prices ranging from 3J to 4J per pound. dially Invited To Gov. McCreary's M . Oakdale Herd of HOUSE. Public Sale 1-- ce sure mat you iurnisn proper quarters for the farrowing sow. You The Citizens' Executive Committee, afford to lose a Warehouse Co.. will have in charge of the preparations for the can't "squealers" thissingle one of the Royal blood and splendid individuality. Offiice over Logan's store. little season. Fall boars and gilts for sale. their opening sale on Mon- inauguration, of Governor-elec- t to James Residence Phone 75. Office Phone 6. ts. issue Turkeys advanced to 4 day Dec, 4th. We advise anyMcoreary, has decided not regard- last week in sections from 2 of the cents J. F. ROBINSON. Lancaster, Ky. individual invitations, but north Ohio you to take your tobacco to ing the occasion as one of general pub River. It is said that farmers are disI will at my place, known as the Joe Bailey farm, 1 this house if you want to lic interest has issued a general invita posed to hold a good part of their crop tion to all Kentuckians as follows: back for Christmas and New Year's get full value for it, their of Burgin, on 2 INAUGURAL INVITATION. miles northeast All "Work Guaranteed. Bright & Fox of Danville bought of "The inauguration of James B. place of business is at Mc- - Will Embry one pair 5 year old mules Edward Paint Lick, Kentucky. West Walnut St., Danville DermottasasGovernor and Governor,J. will iori2o.;oi vv. a. uenny one 5 year IMB-tf- . Lieutenant Cleaning and Pressing La10 1911, m. Ky. take place at the Capitol, Frankfort, old mare mule for $240 and of Mrs, at noon on Tuesday, December 12, 1911. Kebecca West one pair aged mules for dies and Men's Garments. "All Kentuckians, regardless of party $350. Phone 340. Public 'Square. affiliation, are most cordially invited to A good many plug horses were in evi attend the ceremonies incident to the dence Monday, but no sales reported, DENTIST h. W. Faulkner, fllgr. inauguration. the .farmers seeming to want to get The undersigned hereby give warn"Clubs and other bodies that wish to rid of their surplus stock of this descrip Office over MI33 Arnold's Millinery. ing to all persons not to transpass upon participate should notify the Executive tion owing to the high prices of feed I have just opened up a new, clean our lands for any purpose whatever as Committee as soon as possible, in order stuff, but no buyers were on hand. we will prosecute all offenders to ful- that thev mav be assigned positions in Air. Wm. C. Doty has recently purlest ex tent of the law. Hunters and the parade.. chased from Virgel Gastineau the re on Lexington street next to the post Fishermen especially take notice. Chm; "S. FRENCH Sqnire R Parsons maining 40 acre boundry of the School office and will be glad to have my J no M Fai-r"ELWOOD HAMILTON. & N B Price note on W S Ferguson Ed er farm joining the Joe McCorraack friends to call and see me. Clean TERMS: Six months at 6 per cent interest, bankable "PERCY HALYt W A Price farm and county road east of William Tools, Sharp Razors, Close Attention "JOHN W. MILAM. j ,erfng sums of $25 and over. This sale will be held under shelter, rain or shine. S L Rich Lackey. Mr. Doty is erecting a handO XLilUUl "B. G. WILLIAMS. Offiice at Sweeney's Livery Stable. some cottage and tobacco barn on same Mrs P W Kinnaird T A Elkin "Citizens Executive Committee of --- The Danville Tobacco Inauguration. Registered Durocs Phvsican and Surgeon. H. J. PATRICK, DR. Wm. BURNETT Lancaster 508 Mc-Crea- ry Dry Cleaning Co Dentist. Tuesday, December 5th, at a. A Sell a lot of Farming Implements, Vehickles, Gasoline Engine. Lot of Horses, Mules, Cattle Hogs, Sheep, Etc. M. K. Denny, fg Barber Shop HC-GE-, Or. R. L. Pontius, a Veterinary - Surgeon and Dentist. - V Virgel White, A. T. Scott, Auct. BURGIN, KY. TUB AND Dave Thompson J W Sweeney Z T Rice Jas Sutton Mrs. Rebecca West Mrs. E E Daniels H C Arnold D B Anderson "VWG Anderson, H C Hamilton, G Y Conn L H Brown T W Conn J G Conn Pilgrimage Tobaco Co. J G Clark Dr. W Burnett Maggie Boulden Mrs, W K Leavell C G Gay John Boian E Dunn E G Hammock Mrs. Mackie McGrath R. E. Thompsan Booth Thompson T. M. Arnold, Jr. J. W. Simpson S. C. Henderson. J. H. Posey. Walker Bradshaw. B. L. Kelley. T. W. Bradshaw. R. L. Burton. JOHN DUNCAN. Frankfort." How Lancaster, Kentucky. The Danville Franklin Learned Manners. Frankl!n collected thirteen princl pies to cover the small amenities of Water Bill The penalty was to go on November st, but has been postponed until 1 Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Asparagus, Rhubarb, Peonies, Roses, Phlox, Etc. Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Our prices may interest you Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. dally life. Each week he picked out one and practiced It diligently, thu3 creating a habit. It took three month? to cover them all Each year he practiced each one four full weeks. He kept this up for many years The un couth Franklin of early manhood. ho found fault with his wife for giving him a silver spoon and a china bowl for his bread and milk Instead of a pewter spoon and earthenware crock, Ky. developed into the statesman and man W. B. Burton reports the following of the world who won thcrespect of of French purchases of mules: Of R. L. Elkin. Englishmen, the admiration one pair 5 year old mare mules for 380 men and the gratitude of Americans. Engineering Magazine. of Harris Bros, of Lincoln, 1 pair 6 year old mules for $400. ; of R. L. Burton, one pair 5 year old mare mules for l rue. Manliness. He who desires right in the face of $450. ; of George Grow, one pair 5 year ccorn and defeat, and fights wrong old mules for $300. and of W. B. Denny when it tries to overpower right. Is a one 6 year old mare mule for $220. man and not a fanatic or a crank. What Ails You? Warehouse Co will have their opening sale on Mon-ca- y Dec, 4th. We advise you to take your tobacco to this house if you want to get full value for it, their place of business is at 508 west walnut St, Danville, Tobacco HH;HiHili Jl iai jy IKffll! gjQSiUaiHBD? 3 Easily laid can be laid right over wood shingles if necessary rireproor Stormproof Last as long as the building and never need repairs. For further detailed information apply to 5i Local Contractor or Cortright Metal Roofing Company, Philadelphia, It Helps! Mrs. J. F. Daniels, of Sip, Ky., writes: "I was so sick for 3 or 4 years, I had to hire my work done, most of the time. I had given tip hope. When I began to take Cardui, I knew, right away, it was helping me. Now, I am better than ever before in my life, and Cardui did it" H.P.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. V DECEMBER 1st at which time the penalty will go TOO MUCH LOVE - on. Do not fail to pay your Tax now. Also your water bill. Save your self money and the city time. Too much love for fun, frolic and rich food causes stomach, liver, kidney and nervous troubles. Other remedies help you but JJiiNiM'b SURE, SAFE AND SPEEDY cures Our discoverer, ten years a you. miserable sufferer with the above miihlM and RHEUMATISM for E 64 years, was cured in one week. To prove our remeay, wnne tney last, col-lect- or regular size bottles only 25c at Take Stormes Drug Store. CARDU Stomach Tablets are guaranteed by R. E. McRoberts & Son to end indigestion or any stomach distress or money back. They relieve upset stomach in five minutes. for belching of gas. for belching of gas. for distress after eating. for foul breath. for biliousness. to wake up the liver. for heartburn. for sck'headache. for nervous dyspepsia. for night sweats. for sleeplessness. for bad dreams. for sea sickness. after a banquet. for vomiting of pregnancy. Makes rich, pure blood puts ginger vigor, vim, yitality into the whole body Fifty cents a large box at R. E. McRoberts & Son and druggist everywhere. It MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- w. 1 TRmon X A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O-N- A SALE! The property of W. H. Traylor will be sold at his late residence on the Goshen turnpike, near Stanford, on MI-O-'N- A MI-O-N- A MI-O.N- A MI-O-N- A The Woman's Tonic Cardui has helped thousands of weak, tired, worn-o-ut women, back to health. It has a gentle, tonic action on the womanly system. It goes to the cause of the trouble. It helps, it helps quickly, surely, safely. It has helped others. Why not you? It will Try it Get a bottle today! ' COLDS VANISHED Quick Sensible Method That Doesen't Up? The Pity Must Have Money at Once to Meet Current Expenses I 9 The Council has made you three new streets in the past 1 few months and it should be your pleasure to pay now. and do not put off one minute. ' Attend to this y to-da- set The Stomach r 3 I 2 chaats. References any bank in Lou- isville. Write for weekly price list. 227-23-- We tell yon how, and pay best market prices. We are dealers; established ia 1&5C; 2nd can do BETTER for youthan agents or commission nier- Vdi SB & 33 E. Marftet St, LOUISVILLE, Darters in FUSS, HIDES, WOOL. M. SAEEL &. SONS H H H KY. Itf.9S-- L. E. HERRON ' , & Iv i SudpMn flj ill John White & Co. LOUISVILLE. KY. -- Established 1887 Hlghcstmarketprlce paid , City Tax Collector. . fi and FURS HIDES. WOOL Have you heard of the overnighfcold cure that is putting colds in the head and chest out of business between sun? set and daybreak. Here it is. Cut-i- t out and saye it if you don't need it now. If you haye a cold, cough, throat soreness or acute just catarrh, be sure and try it going to bed. Pour a scant tea? before spponful of HYOMEI (pronounce it a bqwl of boiling water coyer head and bowrwith a pawel and breathe for several minutes the vapor that arises' then go to sleep and awake wjth a clear head free from mucus. HYOMEI is guaranteed for catarrh, colds, coughs, croup, asthma, sores throat and bronchitis, or money back. Bottle of Hyomei 50 cents-a- t R. E. Mc Roberts & Son and druggists to-nig- ht High-Orme)into Friday, Dec 15th, '11 It consists of household snd kitchen furniture, old style and new; liye stock; bank stock; farming im- plements of every variety; crops; farms and Sale will begin at 3 a. m. v distiller-ie- s. J. - B. Paxton, Executor - . csaiiiffiea J. 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