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CENTRAL
RECORD
DTCORPOEATED
ISSUED WEEKLY 1100 A YEAR
GREEN CLAY WALKER Editor
E ercd fit the Post Ggiet in Lancaster JTycu
SccondCIatt Mail Matter <
Member Ky Press Association
and
Eihth District Publishers Lee
Lancaster Ky December 30 191O
i
Rates For Political Announcements
For Precinct and City OfficesS 500
For County Offices 1000
Fr State and District Offices 1500
For Calls per line h1l
FAr Cards per line 10
For all publications in the inter
est of individuals or expression
of individual views per line 10
Obituaries per line 05
ANNOUNCEMENT
ANNOUNCEMENTSFor
For Circuit Judge
We are authorized to announce Hon
Charles A Hardin a candidate for
Judge of the Thirteenth Judicial Dis
trict at the November election 1911
l pt to the action of ihe Democrat
p art
Th tasrfle Meetisg
pf the Democratic Exe
tee held iu Louisville
d will meet with the
ne majority of the
ie state in so far as it
to select Democratic
ate ollices
retofore stated our posi
the primary election
ting party nominees and
It whether desired by the
we wish elected or his op
he history of party conven
this and other states are too
own to the people to wish for I
rty to continue a prey for the
tonal politician Party bar
will be the more general when
ajority get what they want and
jvv that they have it This condi
on seldom comes when a convention
beld and very rarely fails in the pri
mary election
Ve think that the Committee
rreflecd the will of the party when it
calltf the primary and that those can
did es for uouiiiiatious who are so
viciously opposing the primary do not
brag favor to their candidacy by such
position Hun James B McCreary
ems to have been the only candidate
7lu encouraged the committee to call
a primary and we think that be has
I greitly added to his hold upon popular
corfdence by his manly stand for an
bonst primary election
Hwever we do believe that the
Coumittee made a great blunder iu
roc including in the primary election
the select ion of a riooiinee of the party
for United States Senator This is a
part principle to vell known and to
generally accepted for controversy
In our last two National Democratic
platforms we declared in favor of selec
ting United States Senators by direct II
vote of the people and for the party
in Kentucky to decline to act in har I
mony with this well known democrat
ic principle seems to us a mistake
It is to be hoped that the Committee
after reflection will meet and include II
the selection of a Senator in the pri
mary II
I
maryThe hifafre Aid fefawtaL I
New methods and plans for conduc
ting public affairs are seldom brought
out for general consideration except
through some political leaders seek
ing preferment by the electors seekI
incorporating them in a platform of I
some political party Although near
nearjIy
ly every state in the Union has dis
cussed as apolitical issue the initia
tive and referendum more or les and
many states have adopted it politici
ans and political parties in Kentucky
have shed at the principle in the I
past We know of no state that has i
adopted thelnitlative and referendum II
where there exists any marked dissat
isfaction with its effect upon legisla
tive conditions
In general terms we may under
stand the Initiative to be a provision
which permits a certain percentage
of the people of the state or a city to
file a petition asking for the enact
ment of a certain law and when this
is dune the law is initiated At the
next general election if a majority of
the people vote in favor of the propo
sition then it becomes a law The
initiative only become necessary when
the law makers fail to respond to the
demands of the people
Referendum is a provision which
permits a certain percent of the voters
to file a petition asking the vote upon
the repeal or suspense of a law of a
state or an ordinance of city which the
legislature or council may enact when
not desired by the public The peti
tion being filed the law is suspended
until approved or rejected by a vote of
the people
The initiative and referendum Test
the people with the same direct au
thority to enact and repeal laws as
bas the legislature of a state or the
council of a city For Kentucky to
have such a law would necessitate an
aBeadment to our constitution Do
yon or do you not favor such law We
will hare more to say about it in the
late
The WbaUen Jab > > teoe crowd have not
picked tbelr nan for Lent Governor
r So tar Mr Edwards to the only candi
4te aaa bt dos ent see to be tied to
i BJ bred wagon
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There is some taljihat Hon Robt
Evans of Danvillejniil run fur Eeut
Governor and ne sa good man So
far be bas not announced
Happy Jew Teat to each and every
one May the coming year be a pros
perous one to you all
ONLY ONE BEST
Lwster pIe Give Credit Wfcei Credit
jeoZ Is Die
Peoilof Lancaster who suffer with
sick kidneys and bad backs want a kid
ney remedy that can be depended upon
The best is Doans Kidney Pills a
medicine for the kidneys only made
from pure roots and herbs and the
only one that is backed by cures in
Lancaster Heres Lancaster testi
I monyMrs
Mrs B F Walter Hill St Lancas
ter Ky says I never fail to praise
Doans Kidney Pills when I have the
opportunity I have not been with
out a supply of this remedy in the
house for years and whenever my back
become lame and painful a few doses
bring prompt relief For sometime 1
suffered from kidney trouole The
kidney secretions were unnatural and
judging from this 1 knew that my I
kidnays were disordered At that I
time it was my good fortune to h2ar
of Doans Kidney Pills and I procured
a supply at Fl shies Drug Store
Through their use mv kidneys were
restored to a normal condition
For sale by all dealers Price 50
cents FosterMilburn Co Buffalo
New York sole agents for the United
StatesRemember
Remember the nameDoansand
ake no other
Loyl
Mr Lem Ivens is improving
Miss Pattie Hurt is no better at this
writing
Missis Marietta and Maggie Ray
spent Saturday night and Sunday
with Misses Vernell and Lettie Ray
Miss Vernell and Lettie Ray en
tertained a number of their young
friends very pleasantly Sunday
Mr Marshal Preston of Saybrook
111 is at home with his parents
Mrs Bunch Ray and Mrs Nannie
Ray spent the first of last week wIth
their sister Mrs Sallie Hicks of Crab
Orchard
Sir and Mrs Kirby Teater and lit
tle son Hogan spent Xmas with her
brother Mr Alex Walker of Lancaster
Miss Emma Walker of Lancaster is
spending a few days with her sister
Mrs Kirby Teater
Mrs Kitty Lilly of Lexington is
with homefolks
Mrs Aaron Ray entertained a few
of her friends Monday
Mr and Mrs Howard Logan spent
Saturday night and Sunday with her
mother Mrs Steve Walker
bliss Leala Teater of this place
spent last week with her cousin Miss
Vivian Prather of Lancaster
Mr Irvin Simpson and Miss Pattie
Ray drove to the home ot Elder F M
Tinder Saturday afternoon and were
united in wedlocks holy bonds The
bride wore a white coat suit with
hat and gloves to match We wish
them a happy and prosperous life
L
CURE CATARRH
Its Easy Heasait ad Costs Bit a
Trifle
How many readers of the Central
Record know that in Inland Australia
where the mightiest of eucalyptus
trees grow in abundance that tbeie is
no consumption catarrh or diseases of
the respiratory tract
The refreshing balsam thrown out
by these trees fills the air and is
breathed into the lungs by the inhabi i
tants and all germ life is destroyed
If you save catarrh you cannot go
to Inland Australia except at great
expense but you can breathe right in
your own home the same pleasant
soothing healing germ killing airyou
would breathe if you were living in
the eucalyptus district of Australia
Just breathe HYOMEI it is made
from Australian eucalyptus and scien
tifically combined with thymol and
other Listerian antiseptics
Pour a few drops of YOMEI into
the inhaler and breathe it As it
passes oyer the catarrh infected mem
I
brane It kills the germs and heals the
raw inflamed surface
YOMEI is guaranteed to care ca
tarrh coughs colds croup and sore
T
throat or money back Complete out
fit including inhaler 100 Extra bot
tles of flYOMLI cost but 50 cents
Sold by B E McRoberts Son and
druggists everywhere
To break up cold in head or chest in
a few minutes pour ateaspoonful of
Hyomei into a bowl of boiling water
cover head and bowl with towel and
breathe the vapor
PREACH ERSV1LLE
Mr Leslie Melvin who has been at
Parker City Ind for two years has
returned to visit his mother Mrs P
E Parish
ParishMr
Mr andMrs Jones L Anderson and
little daughter Victoria have re
turned from a visit to Rev T H
Thornton and family at Honaker Va
Mr Troy Duval bas returned home
after a long sojourn in the State of la
diana
The Misses Holtzclaw of Gilberts
Creek were visiting Mrs J H Thom p
sonMr
Mr J W Aker delivered some eigh
ty pound boats to MX B T Luns
ford sold some time ago at eight cents
The Misses MeXlisterand the Mm
ej4tUw are spending the holidays
with the tKHMfolks They are ati
r
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t
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1 Ends Winters Troubles
To many winter is a season of trou
ble The frost bitten toes and fingers
chapped hands and lips chilblains
cold sores red and rough skins prove
this But such troubles fly before
Bucklens Arnica Salve A trial con =
vinces Greatest healer of Burns
Boils Piles Cuts Sores Eczema and
Sprains Only 25c at E E McBoberts
Son 1m
tending the E K N school au Rich
mondMr
Mr K J Smith has moved to Hy
attsvilleMr
Mr Chester Harris shot himself in
the leg accidentally
I Mrs Timothy Naylor is convalscing
after a severe illness
Word received from the Lexington
asylum says that Mr Menefee Elmore
has pneumonia
Mr and Mrs Ben T Lunsford Jr
of Garrard visited Mr and Mrs Ben
T Lunsford Sr
Mr J H Thompson sold some eigh
ty pound shoals to George Spoona
more at seven onehalf cents
Rev Pierce Bryant has resigned his
care of tne Baptist Church here His
sermon ou Sunday finished bis year
The exhibition given by the Hobbs
and Preachersville schools at the M
E Church here was a success It was
one of the best ever held here and re
flects much credit on both the pupils
and their teachers Misses Howard and
Holtzclaw The large Xmas tree was
a feature of interest and a source of
much pleasure to the little folks Old
Santa was present and is a spry old fel
low considering his age
RHEUMATISM
Cured By The Marvel Of The Century B
B BTested For 30 Years
Aching bones swollen joints perma
nently cured through the blood with
pure Botanical ingredients To prove
it we will send you a SAMPLE
TREATMENT FREE
If you have bone pains sciatica or
shooting pains up and down the leg
aching back or shoulder blades swoll
en joints or swollen muscles difficul
ty in moving around so you have to
use crutches blood thin or skin pale
skin itches and burnt shifting pains
bad breath lumbaog gout take Bo
ttnic Blood Balm B B B which will
remove every symptom because B B
IL sends a rich tingling flood of warm
1 i Ji pure blood direct to the paralyzed
nerves bones and joints giving
warmth and strength just where it is
needed and iu this way making a per
feet lasting cure of Rheumatism in
all its forms
B B B has made thousands of
cures of rheumatism after all other
medicines liniments and doctors have
failed tj help or cure druggists or by
express 5100 per large bottle with di
rections for home cure Sample sent
free by writing Blood Balm Co Atlan
ta Ga Describeyourtroubleand free
medical advice given Sold by F P
Frisbie 1m
Commissioners
Sale
aeOF
OF
Personal Property
GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT
Garr Scott Co Plaintiff
VS
VSJ
J H Broods Others Defendants
Pursuant to a judgement of the Gar
rard Circuit Court rendered in the
above stj led cause at its November
term 1910 The undesigned Commis
sioner will on Saturday
DECEMBER 31st 1910
at about one oclock P M sell to the
highest and best bidder at public out
cry one sawmill and engine described
as follows
fullowsThis
This property will be sold on the
premises where it is located
One twentytwo horse power port
able engine on wheels No 14112 and
the usual appurtenances manufac
tured by Garr Scott GO one ponev
sawmill No 3637 one 60 12 fourply
drive bell also variable feed solid
carriage cable drive two excelsior
dogs belt tightener 60 saw No 26
227 8 and 9 guage geared knee reced
jer which personal property is pres
ently situated in Rockcastle County
CountyKentGcky
Kentucky at or near Conway in said
CountyIt
It appearing to the court that the
personal property adjudged to be sold
cannot be removed to the County seat
without extraordinary expenditure
and it appearing thatit is practically
impossible to bring said property from
its present location the Master Com
missioner is ordered TO SELL SAID
PERSONAL PRO PEttTY AT THE
PLACE WHERE IT IS SITUA
TED
TEDThe
The purpose of this sale is to satisfy
a debt of one thousand five hundred
fifty dollars with interest thereon at
six per cent per annum from March
24th 1909 until paid subject to a
credit of fifty dollars 5000 paid Sep
tember 25th 1909 twenty dollars
82000 paid September 28th 1909 and
fifty dollars 5000 paid January 20th
1910 Debt and interest amounting
to one thousand five hundred ninety
one dollars and sixty three cents
159163 to date of sale December i
31st 1910 and costs approximated
12417 of court proceedings for II
which judgement has been rendered
in tbe above styled case
TERMS
This sale will be made on a credit of
six months time with interest at six
per cent per annum from dale of sale
until paid Said purchaser will be re
quired to give bond with approved se
curity the said bond to have the force I
and effect of a judgement and shall i
be a lien upon the property sold and
execution of Seri facias may issue up
on said bond If same is not paid when
f1ueDecember
December 12th 1910
12th1910R
CC
C CBaeby Atty for plaintiffs
Mound City Paints may cost a trifle
ore buUCC1 1 L Storae
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Report of the Condition
OF THE
Garrard Bank Trust Co
conducting both a Banking Business and a
Trust Company Business at Lancaster
County of Garrard State of Kentucky
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE
15th day of Dee 1910
RESOURCES
Loans and Discounts with
one or more endorsers or
sureties101200 81
Real Estate Mortgages 12002 00
Call Loans on Collateral
Time Loans on Collateral 5500 00
Other Stocks Bonds Etc
118709 81
81Dne
Due from State Banks and
Bankers
Due from Trust Companies
20831 si
United States and National 5002 00
Bank Notes
Specie 3S > 53
538853
Checks and other cash items 1211 48
Exchange for Clearing house
12111S
Overdrafts secured 39i 23
Overdrafts unsecured 219 ro
41I12
Taxes
Current Expenses Paid 6H 00
Real EstateBanking House 8000 00
Other Real Estate
Furniture and Fixtures 6800 00
Other Assets not Included
under any of above heads
134416u
Total 5105727 0
LIABILITIES
Capital Stock paid Inln cash
onehalf of which is invest
ed for tbe Trust Business
of the Company as required
CkI
fgllytil
ed iu Section S12A Ken
tucky Statutes 50000 00
01Surplus
J i srits
Undivided Profits 1H07 47
Fund to pay Taxes 10470
191 Ii
Deposits subject to checkou
which Interest is not paid
exclusive of Trust Funds 07000 13
Time certificate of deposits
on which interest is paid 2611 00
Uninvested Trust Funds on
deposit Checks 2611lotI
Cashiers Checks outstanding
93815 1I
Due National Banks f
Flue State Banks and Bankers I
BanKsI
Due Trust Companies
Notes and Bills rediscounted 20060 00
20000 00
Bills Payable
Unpaid dividends
Other Liabilites not includ
ed under any of the above
heads
Total Slr 57J7 iO
State of Kentucky County of Garrard Set
I J W Elmore Cashier of the above named
Bank do solemnly swear that the above state
ment is true to the best of my knowledge and
belief
J W Elmore Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th
day of Dec 1910
My Commission Expires January 29th 1912
D A Thomas Notary Public
Correct Attest
V A Lear
IV R HaseldenI
J R Haselden
I Directors I
Report of the Condition
OF THE
PEOPLES BANK
doing business at Paint Lick town of Paint
Lick County of Garrard State of Kentucky
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON TilE
15th day of Dec TQIO
RESOURCES
1 Loans and Discounts 109439 00
2 U S and other Bonds Stocks
and Securities
3 Due from Banks 6244 81
L Actual Cash on hand 38Ki 51
5 Checks cash items and ex
change for clearing
6 OerdraltsSecured SI5l2 Un
secured 272718 2SS1 40
i Current expenses and taxes paid tti 80
18 Real Estate 15COOO Furniture
and Fixtures Total 1500 00
9 Other Assets not included un
der any of the above heads
Total l2o2 52
LIABILITIES
10 Capital Stock paid in in cash 1GOOO 00
11 Surplus 10000 00 Undivided
profits 880 68 Total 10880 CS
12 Heporiitsoii which interest is
paid S
paidDeposits
Deposits on which interest is
not paid JtSOiin 25
Total Deposits MG17 25
13 Cashiers checks outstanding
1 Certified checks Total
14 Due to Banks 731 59
15 Notes and Bills rediscounted I
Si20000 Bills payable 3250000 I
Total 1700 00
15 Other liabilities not included un
der any of tne above heads
Total 123832 51
STATE OF KENTUCKY1CT
TUCKYlCOUNTY SCT
cr
COUNTY °
OF GARRARD i
I W G Kemper Cashier of the above named
Bank do solemnly swear that the above state j
ment is true tothe best of my knowledge and
belief W G KEMPER Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me by W G
Kemper this 24th day of Dec 1910
A B Estridge Notary Public
IA expires January 31 1914
Correct Attest
CorrectAttestJ
I J B Woods
W C Wynn
1 Directors I
Report of the Condition
OF THE
Bunk Of Bryantsville
doing business at town of Bryantsville
County of Garrard State of Kentucky
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS ON THE
15th day of Dec 1910
RESOURCES
1 Loans and Discounts 38590 H2
2 US and other Bonds Stocks
and Securities
3 Due from Bauks 2485 K
4 Actual Cash ou hand 1851 35
5 Check cash items and ex
change for clearing
6 overdraftsSecured 81841 Un
secured 19052 1038 93
7 Current expenses and taxes paid 396 so
8 Real Estate 251125 Furniture
and Fixtures 171143 lotal 4214 58
9 Other Assets not included un
der any of the above heads
Total 4857810
LIABILITIES
10 Capital Stock paid in in cash 15000 00
11 Surplus 120000 Undivided
profits 93994 Total 2139 W
12 Deposits on which interest is
paid 800000
Deposits on which interest is
not paid S 17438 16
Total Deposits 35438 16
13 Cashiers checks outstanding
Certified cheeks S
Total
14 Due to Banks
15 Notes and Bills redfscounted
SBills payable 600000
Total 6000 00
16 Other liabilities not included
under any of the above beads
TotalS 48578 10
State of Kentucky County of Garrard ss
I J C Williams Cashier of the ab 10i
named Bank do solemnly swear that the above
statement is true to the best of my knowledge
and belief J C WILLIAMS Cashier
I Subscribed and sworn to before me by J C
CWnUams
Williams this 26th day of Dee 1910
I
My Commission expires Jany29tb 1012
D A Thomas Notary Public
Publici
C C Becker
AT Scott
ScottDirectors
Directors
The handsomest Calender of all is
the one sent out by The National
Stockman and Farmer Pittsbnrg Pa
It will be sent to any one who will I 4
send 10 cents to pay package and poe 1 1
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The Place For
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Oranges
Bananas
BananasGrape
Grape Fruit 1
Apples E
Grapes I
Raisers Nuts II
Coca Nuts
Candies of
all kinds
Peanut But
ter
H terI
I Pimento
j Cheese
seI
1 Cod Fish
OlivesMaraschino I
Maraschino
MaraschinoCherries
< Euchrid
EuchridPickle
Picklek
DelMonte I
DelMontePine j
1 Pine Apple
i r
I We have s
r the nicest
I fc lIne nicestI
Hand
I Painted I
iW 1 CHIN A
1 in Gz T l
Our prices
are right so
be sure and I
come in be flIT
fore you buy I IT
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We will pay the M
highest market S
iceforproduce I
Theo Curry y
HENS Sets
Chickens 8 to 9cts
Geese 7 to Ticts
Young Roosters 6to7i
Ducks lOcts
Eggs 28 to 29 cents J
COAL 14itoI7c
Cannel Coal 20cts
Butter 16 to 1 7cts
Turkeys 12 to 14cts
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H B NORTBCOTT
DEPOT STREET
f JYOMEI
yI Y N I L i NA V O HE
Oraes catarrh or money back Jpsf
breathe itm Complete outfit including
iDhlle1 Extra bottles COc Druggist
F
I ckocors
AND
Meats1
VifE INVITE TRIAL ORDERS
Satisfaction Guaranteed
DAYISDt WAlKH
We Butcher the BEST Young
Stock Only
Produce Wantedr
V lJ
tr Whe lfi Women
IIWhe
t Point to the
White Swan Flour
ias the best cf all the
i know what they are a
bout If there is one
i II thing women can judge
f fwell it is flour
Tell your grocer to send you a sack of the 1I
I WHITESWAN FLOUR
iIf you do not declare it the best you ever used you will be
I i the first to whom it has not successfully appealed
I i Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills
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WALKEKPresident Vie Prest
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ORGANIZED 1883
Tbi t NATIONAL BANK r
i Oi LANCASTER KY
CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 25000
oR U F HUDSONCashier
W O RISNSY Asst rabr C D WALKKK Bookkeeper
J J WALICEU Iu Asst BookKeeper
t Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention
DIREGTOKS
J S Johnson B F Hudson J J Walker
T JrL Arnold Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker P A mrl4
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I I Youll Have To
i 1WHISTLE
I < Ia long time for even as
good lumber as ours You
1 111can whistle forever and
IIIget no better There isnt
any AVe stay on top in
11any
the lumber business just
fjwI
pJi because of the superiority of our beams boards timbers
i IIIbecause
etc Ask any builder if it pays to buy the best lumber
IIetc
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His aiitsrase hpuld make you our customer
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