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I8SUED WEEKLY, JLOOA YEAR.
GREEN CLAY WALKER, Editor.
Xntered at the Pott GJJlee in Laneatter, y.,a
Steond-Clatt Mail Matter.
' Member Ky. Press Association.
Eighth District Publishers League.
Lancaster, Ky January 6, 1911.
Rates For Political Announcements.
For Precinct, and City Offices... .8 5.00
For County Offices 10.00
For State and District Offices... 15.00
For Calls, per line 10
For Cards, per line
For all publications in the inter
est of individuals or expression
of individual views, per line..
Obituaries, per line.
For Circuit Judge
We are authorized to announce Hon
Charles A. Hardin a candidate fen
Jurii?eof the Thirteenth Judicial Dis
trict, at the. 'November election, 1911,
subject to the action of ihe Democrat
The Record extends tLe Seasons
greetings to its friends and patrons
and wishes them one and all a happy
and prosperous Year.
We have resolved that during the
year 1911 we will endeavor to make
the Record a brighter, better and new
6ier sheet than it has ever been. Our
readers can be of very material assis
tance to us in doing this. We have
not on the Record staff a large and
efficient force of reporters, as have the
daily papers, to gather and write our
news, therefore we must depend in a
measure uoon the Dublic to keep us
posted as to the happenings in the
community. If we have omitted to
mention the coming or goiug of vou or
your ramlly or the fact that you had a
visitor, rest assured, It was not inten
tional, we did not know of it. If you
know of a birth, a death or a marriage
or you have a stranger with vou. bind
ly write, phone or ca'l on u and appu"
se us of the fact and we will take plea
sure ii making mention of It.
You will miss an Interesting and in
structive entertainment if you fall to
hear Mr. Nayphe at the court house
next Thursday niht in "Oriental Im
pressions of America."
Anwances His Candidacy.
Robert L. Greene, one of the best
known lawyers of this sectitfn of the
State, last night announced his candi
dacy for the Democaatic nomination
forCierkof the Court of Appeals. Mr
Green was deputy clerk of the blithest.
court for twenty years and is thorough
ly familiar with thedutiesof the office
During the time he was engaged in the
clerk's office he knew every lawyer In
Kentucky and was relied upon by those
who bad practiced before the Court of
Appeals. Mr. Greene twice made the
race for the nomination for clerk, but
was defeated each time. He served
last, under Sam J. Shackelford as the
deputy clerk. He has always been a
Democrat and has a large number of
friends In the State who will rally to
Frightened New Year.
Annie Johnson Flint In
The New Year mused with thought
And small chin sunken in bis hand,
And as the moments fled apace-
watched the swiftly running
In Time's old hour-glass. Athisside
The door to EVrth stood open wide.
"The Old Year takes so long to die,"
. He murmured, with a sigh, at last;
"Oh, when will come my turn to flv
Down on the msdnigbt's rushing
And bear the laughter and the mirth
That always greet the Year on
AtlaslI at last! the sand Is run,
The Hew Year's reign has uow be
gun, But ahl upon his startled ears
What clamor breaks! What sounds
From every factory and mill,
From tugs and steamboats whistling
From pealing bells ana cannons' blarr,
From rockets whizz! or throug the
The Baby Year half turned to fly
And almost felt iuclined to cry.
"Ob, oh." he walled amid the din,
1 wish I wish I'd not come inl"
Sares Two lives.
Neither my sister nor myself might
be living to-day, if it bad not been for
Dr.Kiug's New Discovery" writes A.
D. McDonald of Fayatteville, N C, R
F. D. No. 8,"for we both had frlpbt
. f ul coughs that no other remedy could
' belp. We were told my sister bad con
sumption, She was very weak and
had niitht sweats but your wonderful
Medicine completely cured us both.
It's the oest lever used or heard of "
For sere lungs, coughs, colds, hemor
rhage, lagnppe. asthma, hay fever,
oroop, whooping cough, all bronchial
tremble, its supreme. Trial bottle
fpM. SOe and II 00 Guaranteed by. R.
. Uaa&berts Jc Son. 1. l
Or Ik Divorce Conrt Shall Separate Them
The following white marrage licenses
were issued from the office of the
County Clerk during 1910.
Callle T Turner and Helen Fletcher.
Millard Graham and Bettle Cheatham.
S. L. Baird and Verna Hammons.
John Gafneyand Alice Johnson.
A. B Swope and Bertha Phrhtopber.
Albert Owens and Kate Elam.
R. C Powell and Nannie Rogers.
Rollle Simpson and Iva J. Ray.
Earnest. Ball and CIoh Sherrow.
Robt. Gillen and Lela Ross.
Price A gee and Lucy Ball.
John Bolton and Linda B. Locker.
George A. Garlan and Ruse Ellen Tem-
K. II. Hampton and Minnie Alice Sine
Rnht Hnlpomb and Cora Poor.
Richard Rhodes and Maggie Moody.
David Teague and Sallie Collet.
J. H. Ball and Alice Josh 1 in.
John A Tankersley and Dora Kldd.
T. A. Anderson and Tilda DeRoard.
John Wi'sonand Victoria Mullins.
John Kinir and Lou Harold.
Edward noskmsand Daisy B. Hulett
William Anderson and Mattie Flora
Joe Lamb and Florence Branaman.
Tom Hicks and Pearl Sanders.
Andrew Jacoho and Cmine Bruner.
R C. Broaridnsaod LpU Hendren.
Lodie B. Raney and Alice Snyder.
William P. Crank and Minerva Aim
Earnest. Fenby and Miud Mitchell.
Clayton Marsee and Doxie Durton.
Alex Klllion and Lizzie Hill.
Sam Ballard and HeMie Johnson.
G B Bastln and M-iry Buckley.
James R. Loman and Bit.ua Jane Lo-man-
John A. Todd and Tissue Johnson.
Clell Pointer and Llllle Marshhanks.
Ltmnn Irvin and Amelia Simpson.
Frauk Dennis and Cissy Hamilton.
James Littrell and Nannie WhiMlcre.
H. T. Loitan and Mary M. Frishie.
Brutus Tudor and Polly Boston.
Hite Gill and Sarah Davis.
Willie Royce and Mary Cox.
Levy Brock and Clary Brock.
Avery Knuckles and Bet.tie Brock.
Dave Baker aud Edna Payne,
A. T. B. Breese and Cannle Partin.
J. C. Rigsby and Anna Wilson,
Green Berry Land and Sallie Ann Par
ker. T. F. Walton and Mary Askins.
Eugene Dunn and Cbasline McKin
ney. R. N. Beasley and Virginia King.
Elzie Davis aud Alma Masters.
James Tussey aud Mrs. Milone Tuss-
W. F. Miller and Cora Leady.
Jesse Ray aud Luraiue Edgiugton.
W. B. Ball aud Mary S. Davis.
Daniel Wheeler and Grade Grant.
James R Henry Jr. aud Scutta Sebas
tian. Homer Herald and Mtt,ie Chastlne.
Wade Lee and Judith Jim Navlor.
James Croucher and Katie K. Mol
lingworth. Amos Prewitt-uid Zettia Logan,
JoeS. Aldridyeaud Lottie Hamm.
J. L. Todd and Eaith Tafm.
O.lie W. E-tes and Susie Meadows.
Newton Elmer Anderson and Hattie
George Gaines and Marv Foley.
J. W. Sanders ind Adnii Lee.
Walter Moberly and Angle Howard,
tieirrge Davis and Addie Bulan.
H H. Anaerson and Viola MarshbaukB
Jesse Upton aud Susie Mav Guy.
Aubrey Carter and Mry Roop.
Brownlow Huuley and Miry Delaney.
Jim Murphy and Jennie Davis.
Irvine Simpson and Patlie Rav.
Thomas Underwood and Maggie Eason
Dr. H. Hill aud Bettle Joseph.
Asble Hendren aud Mary Dailey.
Henry Tyree and Nannie Calico,
Othel East and Pearl McQuerry.
W. B. Durham and Jusia Walker Cox.
Clarence Pendleton aud Ida Lugau.
P. F. Prewitt aud Mary Prather.
W. B. Burton aud
Death In Roaring Fire
may not result from the work of fire
bugs, but ofteti severe burns are caus
ed that make a quick need for Buck
len's Arnica Salve, the quickest, surest
cure for burns, wounds, bruises, bolls,
Mores. It subdues it.flimmatlon. It
kills pain. It so.ithes aud heals. Drlv
es off skin eruption, ulcers or piles.
Only 25c at K. E, McRubui ts & Son.
Lancaster: First and Third Sundays
FreachinE Every Snnflay Kiiil.
at 7 p. m.
Tuesday night 7 p. m. Bible Study.
McKendree; Second and Fourth
Sunday at 11 a. m.
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m.
WdnIay 7 p. m Bible Study.
The Honor Roll for the fourth month
shows a large number of pupils who
made an average of ninety per cent
and over, They are as follows:
Eleventh grade: Charles Dunn,
Tenth grade Frank Tinder, Mat
tie Adams, M.iggie Brown, Kate
Holtzclaw, Lillie M, Sutton.
Ninth gride: Robert Arnold, Call
Actcn, Maiie Bollard, Elizabeth Col
lier, Luriin Grant, Patsy Kinnaird,
Bernle Lear, Ector Law.sui, Robert.
Tumlinsiu, Emma Walker, Mary
Holtzclaw, Mary Clay Williams
Eighth grade. Jennie Cox, Bessie
Cox, Elma Singleton, Jennie Law
rence, Helen Robinson, Viola Tiihble,
Seventh grade: Mae Powell, Ora
Prather, Florence Johnson, Annie B.
Ballard, Stanley Herron, Allen John
son. Sixth grade: Kathrine Bourne, Dal
ton Rich, BertEmbrv.
Fifth grade: Will Rice Amon, Char
lie Elmore, Georgia Moss, Alice Rtk
ney, Annie Powell, Nellie Cox, Sallie
Cox, Lucy Pollard, Woodruff Wll
liams, V.uetta Spouuamore, Julian
Anderson, Mary Owsley, Nancy Lee
Fourth grade: James Slier, Gladvs
Frisbie, Annie Reid, Christine Sand
ers, John Harvey Estes, Mildred Bez
ley, Mary Lee Lear, Florence Acton,
Val Cook, Wilma Henry, Robinson
Cook, Merlyn Walker, James Tiuder,
Third grade: Carrie Bell Romans,
Clayton Morrow, Bernice Champ,
George Swineoroad, Margaret Letch
er Cook, Anna Brit'on Miss, Mary
Adams, Bowman Grant, Prarl Dicker
son. William Kinnriid, Minnie May
Robinson, Willie Christine Sanders,
Hudson Frisbie, Eurl Jeunlirjs, Cole
man Arnold, Joseph Ballou, Kathleen
Bratton, Clay Miller.
Second gade: M-iry Bnwn, Jo
sephine Burnslde, Bradford Williams.
Stella Henry, Sue Fisher Respess,
NealElmore, Mitchell Tinder, Mirt.ha
Ward Sweeney, Sallie Pollard, Mar
First grade: Christine Brown, Stel
la Brown, Lucile Ballou, Eugene Cuch
ran, Ellsba Carrier, Hamiliou Cox.
Lawrence Dickerson, Sallie Crook
Gregory, Porter Hudson, Robert Ha
gan, Minnie Sennings, E izibein Mid
diet on, Eugenia Muss, William Pu
tin, Bettie Respess, Walker Robinson,
Russell dauford, Isabella Terrill.
Primer grade: Lula Andeisnn, Ma
r'e. Arnold, Ruth Austin, Saria Bland,
M ittle Lee Cox, Henry Clay C.ix, Eu
genia Dunlap, Judith Daniels, Johu
etta Farra. Francis Grant. Jane Has
elden, Cecil Henry, Anna Fay King,
Hester Lamb, EHztbelh Terrill, John
William Tinder, Yantis Emory, Eliz
Old Soldier Tortured.
"For years 1 have suffered unspeak
able torture from Indigestion, consti
pation and liver trouble, "wrote A K.
Smith, a war veteran at Erie, Pa; "'but
Dr. King's New Life Pills fixed me all
right. They're simply gret " Try
them fur any stomach, liver or Kidney
trouble. Oulv 25c at R. E MoRoberls
Guy Eisley of Spears was a recent
A. T. Scott made a business trip to
Spears last Satuiday.
A. J. Christ iplier of Somerset has
been the guest of relatives here
Mrs. John Poor Is with her sifter,
Mrs. Aldildge at Maysville,
Miss Lucretia Skinner has matricu
lated at Ydlpraiso University, lod.
Will and Mison Nuland spent the
holidays at their home iu Woodford
Mrs. John Daugherty and son, of
Lexington, spent a portion of the holi
days with her parents.
Mr aud Mrs. Robert Halcomb are
receiving congratulations upuu the ar
rival of a sou, Dec. 25.
Mr. Schrugham, of Lexington, was
here buying tobacco last week. He
bought several crops paying 9 to lOicis
Miss Margaret Askins aud brother,
Hugh, have returned from a ten dajs
visit to their sister, Mrs. Walton at
Misses Elizabeth Christopher and
Katheriue Becker, of Lexington, visit,
ed the family of Thomas Christopher,
a few days last week.
E A. Eason has been appointed post
master to succeed 11. S. Christopher,
resigued. Mr. Eison entered upon his
duties as post-master, Muuday murn
iug. Ford Buckley has moved his family
to Joe Hamilton's property and Jesse
Rogers to the house located bv Mr.
Buckley, uiuer cnauges vw.i occur
Miss Bes.-ie Bolton, of Harrodsbu'rg,
who until a few years ago was a resi
dent of this community and very popu
lar with Garrard's young people, was
married Dec 22, to Mr. Rankin, a
young lawyer of Harrodsburg. The
bride is a niece of Jas. Spimian, for
merly of this place.
Solves A Deep Mystery.
"1 want tu thank you from the bot
tom of my heart," wrote C. B. Bader,
of Lewisburg, W. Va; "for the wond
erful double benefit I got from Eec
tric Bitters, in curing me of both a
severe case of stomach trouble and of
rheumatism, from which I had been
an almnst helpless sufferer for ten
years. It suited my case as though
made just, for me,". Fur dyspepsia, In
digestion jaundice, and to rid the sys
tem uf kid iey poisons that causes rhe
umatism, Electric Bitlers has no equ
al. Try Ihem. Every bottle is 'guar
anteed to satisfy. Only 60c at B. E.
McBoberu Son. lm.
Gakraud Circuit "ourt
Garr, Scott & Co., Plaintiff,
J II. Brooxs, et al, Defendants
Pursuant, to a judgement of the Gar
rard Circuit-Court, rendered in thej
above st.t led cause at its November
term, 1910. The uuderslgned Commis
sinner will on
MON DAY, J ANU A RY 23, 1U,
tuia aay being County Uuuit Day, be
tween the hours of twelve o'eiuck noon
and two o'clock, P. M.,acli at puuliu
outcry in front of ttie court
house door in Lancaster, Kentucky,
to i he highest and best bidder the
following real property, to wit,
That, certain tractor parcel of land
lvlot.' in Garrard County. Keutuckv on
he waters of Copper Creek, aud being '
the same purchased by F. M. Carter
from J. M. Nave and M. K. Miller, aud ;
uouuuea as follows: Beginning at a1
poplar ou a branch aud near a toad
corner to F. "Morans heirs (now I. W
Walker) thence witli saints S. 36i W.
27i polrB to a pin mid while oik coi
ner to same b. 6t W. 83 poles to white
oak and hickory on a small drain cor
ner to same S. 10 E. 139 poles to hicko
ry and white oak on a small drain aud
near the bead of a hollow (old corner)
corner to same S, 7 W. 78 poles to two
white, oaks on sou h side of and near a
drain (nil corner) corner to same S. 38
E 84 poles to a white oak on a ridge ou t
pint. sunt beast of a round knob (hlac-.k
oak grove) enrner to same N. 51 E.
crossing amall drain In a flit. at. 78
poles in ail 126 nnle.s to a dead white j
oak on past, bluff of a branch of opper
Preek just above the forks of a branch '
small chesnut oak pointer (old cornei)
nut. found S 6 E. 5 poles to a white oak j
iu a flit near and just above the forts
of a branch iu Elliott's line (nw Kates)
dieuee vvito said Hue S. 45 W. cross) ny
t hi audi at 90 poles passing Hdles cor
ner at 92t pules to slake and wNte uaK
pointer in all 200 puies to a Stake ou
mil side facing east bl.ick oak poo
aim leaning Hickory (old cornet) in t
touud b. 20 E. 32 puies to a 3 black oaks
ou ahighuariuw ridge and in ('on way's
itietheuce with said llueS 45 W. 861
poKs to awhiteoak knife marked and
olazed ai.d pointer on east bluff of a
promt of Copper Creek corner 10 Hiatt
N. 28 W. 83 poles to small hickory ;on
onri li eiiue of asm ill drain (old r. roer)
N.88W.24 poles to a stake N.76W.18 to
d young tiiackoakiu a bottom gum and
r.wopoplir pointers "N. 56 W. 18 poles
to two small white oaks N. 52 E 22
poles to small hickory and black oak
on sou'h bank of a drain N. 40 W. 20
io'p! to a flown white oak on adra'n N
58 W. 76 p'lles to a stake N. 35J W. 40
poles to a pnplar In a hnttotn supposed
cornpr n IllattS. 88 E. 20 to a sttke.
S. 83 E 40 pnlps t- a stakp H P"1pr
from a chestnut whit, oak ar ri spot'eri
oak pointer N. 23 E rnmilng a deep
ravine at 26 pole iu nil 41i ples to a
white oak snag under a point tvo
juuug hickories ana white oak now
marked as puiuteis (uiu cornel) N. 73
V 20 puies to a stane ou east uauK uf
d dibin M 78 W. 18 pu.es iu a si use N.
47 E. 10 puica lu a wuiie oak stump ou
auUlU stueut aua tieara oiaiu N.2 E.
44 putcb tu a stake near aud nejuuu
tup ul a bin aud uarruw ridge two
cuestuut OdK. poiutersN. 18 W. 20 pons
to three wuite oak stump.t uu a nil.
side facing uurtu, N 30 E. 40 poles to
d white uaK and small uiCKorvonu
mil side lacing west fc. 80 E. 36 piles
u a stake uear and witliio two pules
of tue top uf a ndne N 12 E. 32 pol s
to a stake on a hill-slue laciug west N.
78 W 60 pules to a sycamore aud sweet
gum on east bank or a branch line to
W. S. Walker thence up said branch
S 50 E. 163 pules In a poplar ou east
Oaok of branch S. 50 E 35 poles to a
stake two hickoMes bluzed N, 55 E 66
poles to a stake and gum blnz d N. 46i
E 96 to the beginning containing 600
dcie.;and being the same tract, uf
land couveye.1 by deed uf b. M. Carter
aud L .1. Carter to .1. L. Brooks hv
deed of riat April 20. 1898, and of rer
nrrt tu tile Garrard County ('lrU's
office In Deed Book No. 14, pue 407. a
m uly certified copv o' which ded i
ti ed in tins action.
The purpose of t his sale is to satisfy
a debt of one thousand five hundred
fiftv dollars w i h interest, thereon a
six per cent, per annum from March
24th. 1909. until paid. Mitij ct to a
creditor Hfv dollars (50.00) paid Sep-t-mhMr
25th, 1909: twenty dollars
($20.0(1) paid S p'eniber28th, 1909: and
Art v d l'ais (3o0 00) paid January 20' I),
1910. Deht. and Interest. amnuntiiiK
to (,ne thousand, six hundred seven
rt"llarq, and spventv-three cents
(31607 73) to date of sale, (January
23-d lflll,) and cos's approximated
3152.67 f court, proceedings for
which Judgement has been rendered
In the above stvled case.
This sale will he made on a credit, nt
six months time, with interest, at Mx
per cent, per annum from dite of sale
until paid. Said purchaser will be re
quired to give bond with approved se.
curlty. the said hnnd to' have the fnrcf
and effect of a judgement, andsha'l
be a lipn upon the property snld, and
expctii'n "f fieri facias mav Issup up
on said bond if same Is not paid when
J A. A mnn. M. O. G. C. C
O. O.Bairhy, Attv. for plaintiffs.
December 31st, 1910.
Chickens 8 to 9cts,
Geese 7 to 7icts,
Young Roosters 6 to7c
COAL 14 to 1 7c
Cannel Coal 20cts.
Butter 1 6 to 1 7cts.
Turkeys I 2 to 14cts.
H. B. NORTBCOTI,
Lancaster In The
World Week of Prayer.
Opening Union Services
Next Sunday Night,
January 8th, 1911
at Methodist Church.
'Snhi ct " World Movement, of Relic-
Ion " Place and .subject or succeeding
service, announced inx'-Sui da v.
Music by u .Ited choirs of churches.
The Place To
1 1 Be sure you
get my price g
li before you if
wa oCll. F -
Try a can m
o my Cardi
The best ony
the market t
for the mnn- l;
ey. Also a
can of Ha-
"Henry, how do you like my new
hat!" "Well. dear, to tell you the
truth" "Stop right there! If you're
going to talk that way about it. Henry.
I don't want to know!"
Work and Play Each Have Place.
Doctor Eliot, when president of Har
vard, used to tell the students to fin a
their pleasure in work. And to work,
as real workers have often found, may
be quite as much fun as to play But
innocent diversion aas its place in the
well-ordered life of every human be
ing. Those who have no chance to
play are llke'y to grow up" spiritually
as well as physically crippled They
have been denied their birthright.
Providence never intended that the
poorest should toll unremittingly and
the rich should amuse themselves un
ceasingly. Young Girls
Just entering into womanhood,
often suffer much pain and
misery during the change of
their physical organization.
Many women will tell you
their female trouble started
during that trying period, and
has clung to them ever since.
Cardui is a friend to young
girls, as well as to women of
all ages. It has been found
to help women during their
trying periods by relieving
pain and restoring disordered
organs to health.
Mrs. Mary Hudson, East
man, Miss., writes: "While
staying with me and going to
school, my young sister was in
terrible misery. I got her to
take a few doses of CARDUI
and it helped her at once.
' I have taken Cardui my
self and believe I would have
been under the clay had it not
been for that wonderful medi
cine." Try Cardui. It .will help
. jou. , For sale everywhere.
WE INVITE TRIAL ORDERS.
We Butcher the BEST Young
Point to the
as the best of all , the
know what they are a
bout. If there is one
thing women can judge
well it is flour.
Tell your grocer to send you a sack of the
WHITE SWAN FLOUR
If you do not declare it the best you ever used you will be
the first to whom it has not successfully appealed.
Lancaster Elevator and Flour Mills.
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B. F. Hudson. ChsIUiti
RlONKV, Ass't f'lsh'i V i). Walivkk, Buok-keepei
J. J. Walkek, .Ib., Ass't. BuiU.lv.'epHr.
B. F H.rJsnn
J. S. Johnson
You'll Have To
a long time for even as
good lumber as ours. You
can whistle forever and
get no better. There isn't
any. We stay on top in
the lumber businets just
because of the super'ority ol cui U; n., Loaids, t nibtis,
etc. Ahk any builder if it pa j s to Luj tLe bett lumber.
His answer should make you our cutt mer.
Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Co.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS
We Need The Money.
THIS MEANS YOU.
J. R, Mount, Son & Co.
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Prompt and Gareful Attention
J J. Walker,
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