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PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DE,iIOCRACl ANDGOOD GOVERNMENT.
From " The' Land jf Now
.Fron ,r27ic Land of Now S
LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1914.
TWENTY FIRST YEAR.
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W I Sixty two people were burried in the
m ' L'lticaiter i;citiiitfrj uuuuk imo ji
Ben D. Ilerndon sold to James A.
$9 ; Itoystou hit residence on Hill court foi
I V, R Gott bus moved his soft drink
stand from I lie public square to the
bouse adjoining Jones' grocery on de-
Mr. Alex Gibbs purchased of Mrs.
Rebecca Weht ninety-six acres of land
on tly KirKsvilli: pike adjoining the
Gibbs homestead for $30 00 per acre.
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1 U Lay U was h& U
Mr. Julius Viesar Nayphe, an Allien
Un, will Kctuieat. I lie court house
uxi. 'I'Uuisfiai i iht January 12ih on
Oritfiitai lmp''.snmsjif Atneiica.
T 15. Walker. Joseph II. Ai
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li ti- IMli Kiee Hughes and the i i
t.n'it d.iuliiei uf Mis. H. C. Duun are
on the sick ii.st
Let us make you prices,
can save you some money.
j Mr. N.i plie'.s lecsure "Oriental Im
i previous dI America" ii highly cnni
! mended by press and public. Do'nt
, fii ti lie;ir linn at the court huuse
next Thut.Mi.iy nmht.
g We are head quarters
& for Galvanized roofing, can
H furnish on short notice. .
OhrKtunis passed off quietly in Lan
caster. 'Ihe usual amount of lite
works were discharged, but no dam-me
was done and it was not found necess
ary to make any arrests
A crowded house should greet Jul-
,!!! Ca,"sir Najpheiu his lecture on
1 "Onental Impressions of America"
at tiie court liouse next Thursday
I night. Yuu will be sorry ir you nuss
i . Seals n s;ile nt McRobertS.
II L. II asr m purchased the grocery
' itid neial tore of Thos. Hill at Mc-
' Oreaiy, vl ich wns recently advertised
in ili Itecofd Mr. Hamuli moved ti
lcCrea on Monday and will conduct
tiie bi.si'ubs Uieie in the future.
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i ictnr S;md"ts iuid Miss Marie but
ton; William AVlii' taker and Miss An-
' 1 iu Sutton went to the city of Lexing
' run tliu i.ict wfk arm wrtp. niil-
tS ' td in wedlock. The brides are sisters
fc''ind iung dauylitcrs of Mr. Wes'ey
SutKin (it tl iwi.unty and will prove
tj woiliiv lielptu io- to i heir husbands.
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I Til re w'll ') a tneeLUfg of the stock
jln.llt'is ofjtlieGrfjird Iiank & Trust
j it ill ii i tlLe onTuesday January 10 h
lull foi t5piirpnse of electing the
dfieCtorS"for the ensueing year.
J. W. Elmore
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find FurnishinQ Goods
75 Mens suits in small sizes ranging .
in Prices from $10-00 to $15.00, will close
at the very low price of $3.48. ;
A new line of silk Suspenders, silk
socks and neckwear suitable for Xmas
at cost. ;. " . '
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Saturday is the annual election of
ofll :ers all of the members are request-
ep to be piesenf
In the last issue.we stated that J. B
Conn was one ofJthe purchasers of the
brick part of the. Mason Hotel, when
weshculd have had it J A. Conn.
Joe Alcorn, (col.) who has long been
a favorite portaiv at Henry Duncan's
birber shop depirted this life Sunday
December twenty-fif Hi, after an ill
ness of about three weeks.
The remains ol M's.
Hve years, of the city of
Hirminulnun were btouuht here for
lotci nient. Tiie deceased was a na
tive ot Garraid before her marriage.
Hi sides bur hu.band, four children
tiiouni her death..
Next Sunday Services.
Dr. Peaice will conduct, services at
McKeucltee Chinch next. Sii'iday morn
iog at eleven A, M. Subject "The
Dav Breaketh-rhe tfi-jht Cometh";
a lesson of the past and present year.
At night Union Services i i Lancaster.
Mrs. Arnold ha employed Mr. A. D.
Goucher to run the Lancaster Laun
dry. Mr. Goucher comes highly recom
ended having had some ten years ex
perience in the business.
It is to be hoped that he makes a
success of the business.
After1 The Plum.
Two Ex Garrard county men are ap
plicants for tiie post mastership in
Nieholnsville Ky. They are George
Honer and .1, Hunt McMurtry. We
have no piuferei cas to wtiioh shall
be the lucky nun, but v.e sincerely
hope that one ot them will succed in
lauding the p urn.
At their National cinvention in In
dinnapo is list Thursday ex-Mayor
Clarence Woods of Richmond was re
elected recorder and editor of the Sig
ma Nu fraternity This U the ninth
imp tlits honoi has been conferred up
on Mr. Woods and his s'lrvi-'es extend
oera period of eighteen ears.
To Get fsloney.
Among the civil warclaims contain
ed in the Omnibus hi 1 .hich has pass
ed the Senate .awl ijjow pending be
fore the House, and" which Senator
Hrarfluy i- said to have expressed the
helief will become a law. appears the
name of Mtrgaret Robinson, Garrard
cou-ity $227. mm the M. E Church
Mr. .7. A. Miugtia, the local tobacco
bmer was called t Augusta Ky. Sat
uiday bv the death of his sister Mrs J.
S'pwart Mi l Mr-. M'lls formerly
residi d in Lexington Ky , but at the
lime of her de.uh she lesided in Mel
hourne Australia, where she was en
gaged in missionary work Mis Mills!
remains arrived in Augusta on Tues
d iv and t he interment took place theie
on that da
The Tobacco Situation.
The farmers of the county held a
meeting at. the court liouse Saturday
to name delegates to attend the state
meeting of tobacco growers in Lexing
ton Seven delegates were named, of
whom four were in favor of the 1911
pool and thiee in favor of cutting out
the lull ciop entirely. They are in
Lexington Thursday where a large and
enthusiastic meeting is being htld.
Did Not Close.
Usually when a legal huliday falls up
on Sunday the following Monday is ob
served, however as the Monday follow
ing Christmas day was county court
day, and the Monday following New
Years day isalwajs a busy one with
our people, our banks ever ready to
look after the convenience of their
patrons, observed neither of these dajs
but threw wide their doors as usual
tor the transaction of business.
MR. W. F. CHAMP,
Cashier The Citizens National Bank of
Help To Make Us Happy 1
Pay Your Account
'. Circuit Court.
The November term of the Garrard
Circuit 'Ouuit was closed on Saturday
the 31st ult. The juiies were d'smiss
ed at t he close Tif the lirst three weeks,
wnich is the usual leugliih of the term
but Judge Walker, for the accommo
dation of the at tornejs and iu order to
clear the docket, held the court, open
theieby disposir.g of a great deal of
equjty business that otheiwise would
have had to wait until next term of
On the night of December 27th, 1910
which is the annual election night iu
Masonic lodges, the allowing officers
were elected to serve during the ensu
ing year in Lancaster Lodge 104: W.
O. Rigney, W. M , J. A. Beasley, S.
W., HeurySimpsod, J. W., TomWher
rilt, Secretary, J. W. Sweeney, Treas
urer, and A T Anderson, Tyler. W.
Ross Bastln wasppointed S. D., and
.I.A.Jones, J D On the following
"Friday night the. installation of officers
was held after which the incoming
.officers tendered a banquet to the en
Urebdge at theKengarlaa,
It Is currently reported that the Ci'
'zens National Hank wi make some
changes in the personnel of Its officers
at its next, meetitig to be held on uext
Mr. C. D. Walker who has sprved
that institution so well and so faith
fully for twenty years will voluntarily
retire and Mr "W. F. Champ will be
connected with the bank as its cashier.
However.it is understood that the pres
ent cashier, Mr B F Hudson who is re
garded as one of the best financiers in
the state will become president, and
as such will be in active charge of the
officers of the institution, and all of
the other officers will act under bis
supervision and direction. Mr, W. O.
Rigney will remain in his present posi
tion and J. J. Walker Jr. will be the
This will make a magnificent corps
of officers for this progressive institu
tion and assures its success. The new
cashier, Mr. Champ, was born in Gar
rard county and has lived in the Faint
Lick section all bis life until he mov
ed to Lancaster about one year ago;
he was a successful merchant at Faint
Lick and has had some experience in
the People Bai k a that place. He i
popular, efficient and competent and
bis promotion is a deserved compli
ment, and we are sure be will prove
equal to the occasion.
Judue L. L. Walker is holding Cir
cuit court at Danville this week. The
docket is very large.
Mrs. Askins Hurt.
Mrs. J. S. Asking of McCreary, the
wife of the well known merchant at
that place, was among the number of
persons injured in a wreck in New Al
bany Ind. Tuesday morning when a
fast train from St. Louis on the Sout
hern R. R. ran through an open switch
Mrs. Askins was cut about the chin
and received several severe bruises,
but was aole to continue her journey.
Bureau Of Yital Statistics.
The new Vital Statistics law went
into effect on January first, and hence
forth records of births and deaths are
required to be reported for registra
tion, registranse having.been appoint
ed in each precinst for that purpose.
Doetorsand undertakers are subject
to a fltie if they fail to report to the
proper registrars. The following
registrars have been appointed by
the State Board of Health for Garrard
county: Lancaster, including pre
cincts 1,2 & 3, W. H. Wherritt; Paint
Lick, Joe McCormick; Union, Charles
Grave-; Walker's school house, S. R.
Foley; Bryanlsvilie, Charles C. Becker
and Buckeye J O. Bogin.
Killing In The County.
On the night of December 24tb, 1910.
George Will Bosley, a harmless old col
ored man who lived on the farm of
Mr. Joe Burnside in the Hackley ueigh
borhood, was called to the door by sev
eral men who asked admittance, upon
their being refused and the door being
closed it is claimed that a shot from a
shot gun was fired through the door
and took effect in Bosley'sside inflict
ing a wound from which be died the
following night. The party who is
said to have done the shooting was
named Fiannery. He made his escape
in the darkness and the officers have
as yet been unable to locate him. He
is supposed to bave gone to the moun
tains from where he originally came.
Gov. Wilson has been asked to offer a
reward for bis capture.
The following, taken from an ex
change, giving the provisions of the
Farris Blind Tiger law, is published
by request: The bill makes it unlaw
ful foi auy person to sell, lend, give,
procure for or furnish to another in a
local opt ion district any liquor, and
any person so offeuding shall be fined
not lass tBaa 850., nor more than S100.
and imprisoned not less than ten days.
The possession of a United States spec
ial stamp tax shall be prima facie evi
dence of guilt. Al shipments of li
quor, to be paid for C. O. D., into any
local option district, shall be deemed
sales of buch liquor at the place where
the money is paid and the goods df
livered, the carrier of same to be
jointly liable, Any one knowingly
furnishing a house or room, waeofi or
other conveyance for such unlafwul
sale shall be fined not less than" $60
nrir mure than S100. The bill reduces
the amount of titles so as to giv'
ferior courts jurisdiction of aM
We Need The Money.
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In order to make room for my large
Spring Stock of Goods, for
You can get the greatest bargains in
Buggies, "Wagons, Harness,
Horse Blankets, Storm Fronts, Car
riage Heaters ever placed on the
market in Lancaster.
W J. Homans,
iJrlflr.nr.nSrU'- Tnti. liflflp,(lnlMfrlllh.
sells at 8 to lOcts more per
pound than Country Butter
Then What's The Use
of churning at home when
vou can have it done for
you at the Creamery at ari
actual profit to yourself.
' HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
FOR RAW FURS AND HIDES
Wool on Camifltelea.'Writ.fK wi
tfef meflilaflbtg IWs M. ""
N WHITE & CO. lsv,7le.
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