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and JOSEPH'S now have on display the very best and prettiest patterns in
Made In Wilton Velvets
J Axminister's and Tapestry Brussels.
All Yarn -Carpets, also Granite-Carpets can be found in our stock at very reasonable prices. Mattings io.
the Newest Importations are also shown for the early Spring House-Cleaners,
The Joseph Mercantile Company.
People N ve N
A Brief Mention of the Comings and
Golngi Ly Thot e Wt Are Interested In.
Miss Kate Reed of Beattyville Is th
guest of M rs. Nannie KeUey.
Miss Mary Ham, of Newby is with
her sister, Mrs. L. J Saufurd.
Mrs. Bright Herring: was in Lexing
ton for a visit of several days.
Miss Edna Kavanaunh Is in Huston
ville visiting Miss Sadie Bdunhman.
Misses Cecil and Jane Bowling o:
Danville are visitlg Miss Ruth Car
rier. Miss Susie Hilton is in Lebanon Junc
tion visiting her sister Mrs. John Ne
yius. Mr. J. H. Arnold, of Frankfort, I
spending a few dajs here at his form
The Misses Chestnut of London havi
been visiting their aunt. Mrs. W. b
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Walker have re
turned from a stay with Richraunc
Mrs. Annie Adams has returner
from a visit to Mrs. Joe Arnold oi
Price were will
Price in Stanforr
Mr. and Mrs. Ed,
Dr. and Mrs, A. S,
Miss Bessie Brnwn spent Si'urda
and Sunday with her friend, Miss Nai
nie B. Herrirg.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ball were jiuet
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Bobui
Campbell of Stanford.
.Miss Callle Adams left WednesriV
for a visit to her cousin Mrs. Gram
Trurabu of Frankfort.
M-i dames Solon B. rienry and Rnri
el Austin have returned from a vl.si
to relatives in Birmingham.
Mrs. J B Paxtoti daughter Jean am
sou James have been recent visitois u
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Robinson.
Mr. and Mrs. James Burnside '
Richmond, were with Mrs. B. F. Hut
son for a stay of several days.
Dr. H. M. Grant returned Saturdat
to Norfolk, Va., after a week's visit V
during the Christmas holidays.
Miss Dove Harris f Danville spen
several days with her sisters, Mesciam
es John Anderson and Simeon Anderson.
Mrs. Robert Collier of Danville, and
sod, Benjamlne Collier, of Ohio, were
guests recently of Mrs. James Hill and
Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Amon were
guests ata sumptuous dining at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Lemuel Teater,
of Lower Garrard.
Mr. Frank Pumphrey of the Somer
set Herald and little son Louis spent
Saturday aud Sunday with his parents
on Danville ave.
Mary Lee, the bright little daugh
ter of Mrs. Clay Dunn is reported
quite sick and the family are quite ap
prebensive of of pneumonia.
Miss Margaret Arnold has returned
to Madison Female Institute after
spending the holidays with her paren
ts Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Arnold.
T. M. Wilson of Cave City was hen
Mrs. Annie Adams visited her siste
:irs. J.T. Arnold.
W. E. Walker has accept a positioi
vith a coal Co in Kansas Cltv Mo.
Mrs. W. H. Ward visited her aunt.
lis J. T. Arnold of Richmond, lasi
Little Miss Margaret Turner of Rid
tumid has been visiting Mrs. W. II.
r. David Kelley of Stanford spen
He week with Mr. and. Mrs. Adan
Miss Bertie Jean Penny of Stanfmc
vas an attractive visitor in Laucaste
Mr. Fred Gherhouser and son fron
mcinnatl spent Xmas week with Mi.
uid Mrs. Adam Keller.
Misses Jennie Ward and Iva Rancx
ve returned from a pleasant visit t
-Mrs. J. L. Yantis of Danville.
Misses Flora Ziegler and Elsie Zim
ner left Wednesday for a months sti
Utb relatives in New York City.
Mrs. S. C. Denny entertained tin
Stnbroldery Club at her pretty huun
i Lexington street Tuesday aftei
uon. Appetizing refres-bmetits wen
M-ssrs Lewis Gill, W. B West Chai
ts West and Bradley Johnston, thi
Iisses Mount and Miss Letty Mae Me
Cuberts attended the dance in Stau-
rd Friday night.
Mrs. Ashley Gulley left Saturday foi
xiiiglun where she will re.s id?. She
till housekeep for her grandsons
essrs. Floyd Ashley and William
ope, while they are attend college.
Mrs. R. H. Wbittakerand little son
jeonarri Jordan aud Miss Mattie
Villi taker left this week for iheii
me in Kansas afier a visit to hri
ireutsMr. and Mrs J. W. Pumphiej
Mrs. W. McClellan Johnston aim
nildren left for their new home i
xiugtou Saturday. MissNt-1 Jdn
tuti accompanied them and will hh
take her home in the Fayette cipiml.
Iiy success attending them.
Mr. and Mrs. James Dudderar o
-ineoln, will move to Garraid soou ano
tke the farm for the ensuing year ul
ir. Victor Lear. Mrs. Dudderar is a
liter or Messrs. William and Yictoi
-.ear aud Mrs. Alex West of this coun
Mr. and Mrs Banks Hudson and
'atnily left Lancaster the past week m
oecome residents of Danville. Mr
Hudson having purchased a handsome
aetue on Harrodsburg, Ave. It is
itb regret that they are given up as
Mrs. Henley V. Bastln gave a sump-
tioussix o'oluck dinner Saturday even
Bug at her country noine. The repast.
as'served in courses. Mrs. Bastin's
friends were invited to meet her sis
ter, Mrs. Charles Denman, of Nichol-
The Mary Walker Price Chapter of
the U. D. C, will meet at the home of
Mesdames F. P. and M. P. Friable,
Monday afternoon, Jauuary ninth.
All of the members are requested to
be present, as some very important
business is on hands.
Mrs U. D. Simpson was at. home
Thursday evening in honor of liei
young niece, Mi-s Elizabeth Collier.
Hie hours were from seven-thlrt.y u
iieven. Although the evening wrs
rery inclement, many responded to the
invitation. Games and merry laugh
er made the hours pass rapidly. The
quests partook of tempting viands.
Mrs. M. H. Mabry ef Tallahassee,
Florida entertained at a reception du
ring the holidays. One hundred fifty
nvitations were issued and the South
rn home, was profusely decorated
viih trailing vines, holly, mistletoe
ioci blooming flowers, Mrs. Mabree
till oe remembered here as the hand
some and attractive sister or Mrs. T.
I. Price whom she has visited several
Miss Lillian Cochran who entertain
ed so handsomely during the Cbrist
nas holidays proved her self an ideal
mstess. it was Miss Cochran's debut
oi o society, and it goes without say--tu
that, this attractive young debut
nte will be quite popular with thi
::niorset. Messrs. Miller Lackey am
tayniond Jett, or Richmond, and Mr.
fOKioiiGrangerof Virginia, were somi
if the out-of-town guests at Miss Cocl
PURE RICH BLOOD
R. E. McRoberts & Son Sell a Prescrip
tion That Means Yigor, Vim, Vitality.
Because MI-O-N A causes the blood
o get bt-tter and more nourishment it
.-at all times a valuable tonic. It
juts vigor into the muscles, clears up
.he impioperlv nourished brain aud
nakes strong nerves that will stand
the severest test.
Men who feel that their vitality Is
slipping awaj; that the vim and ener
gy that they formerly putinto all their
woik is lacking; that ambitious im
pulses aud clever ideas do not come as
the v usnd i o are the kind of men that
BeMiies being a peerless remedy foi
innieMim MI-ON-A Is a most pro
If vou have that blue, discontenter
ec iug, iluough the day aud pans resl
es nights, trying unsuccessfully toget
i refreshing Heep.take a months treat
oieiitof Ml-ON-A stomach tablets,
tod bring t he sunshine into your life.
Ml-ON-A costs but 50 cents at R. E
iULuitieiisand druggists everywhere,
u'u.iiantded to cure indigestion aud lm
nttiiiiely relieve all stomach misery,
ir money bacK.
Headers or The Record should beai
hi mind that nothing wH set the storu
auh i iglit.so quickly as MI-ON-A tab
lets. Take two after a hearty meal,
and you need have no fear of stomacl.
A fiee trial treatment of MI-ON A
stomach tablets will be sent to any ad
dress free on request, address Bootb'b
MIona, Buffalo, N. Y. lm.
Mrs. Ben Holcomb is very ill.
Mr. J. II. Dunn of Lexington is visi
Mrs. E. H. Ballard and Miss Mayme
are in Louisville for a few days.
Dr. W. M. Elliott made a professio
nal visit to Lexington last week.
A little sou arrived at the borne of
Mr. aud Mrs. Green Bowling Sunday
Harvey Patten who has been In Lex
ington and Richmond visiting has re
Ray Ballard the little son of Mrs.
Florence Ballard has been quite HI but
is much better.
Mrs. McKinnev Muss of Jessamine
County was with her sister Mrs. Beck
er during the holidays.
Mr. J. W. Glass who fell last wi-ek
and sustained severe ii-jurit sis much
better and will soon be able to be out
Bryan Ballard who has a good pot
ion with the Wolfolk whole sale C ffet
Co of Lexington was with his muthei
for the holidays.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Christopher and
son Logan have returned to the it
home m Somerset after spending tlit
holidays with relatives.
Miss Katie Mae Farlee surprised hei
many friends by presumably going u
Nicbolasville for a visit, but coi. tun
ing her journey to Lexington when
she was met by Mr. Everett e Lawsi i
of Missiouri and in Ciuci mati wen
loined in holy wedlock. Th y then re
Mimed to Missouri where M-. Lavvsoi
ms been living for several years pas .
Che good wishes of the cimmunli
ire extended to this worthy couile. a
jbey are splendid young people am
well deserve the richest biasings o
THTOW OUT THE LINE.
Give The Kidneys Help And Jfonj Lancas-
People Wtll Be Happier.
"Throw Out the Life Line"
The kidneys need help.
They're overworked can't get tin
poison filtered out of. the blood.
They're getting worse every minuti .
Will vou help them?
Doan's Kidney Pills have brought
thousands of kidney sufferers bad
from the verge of despair.
Vv ill cure any form of kidney tn.i -ble.
Thomas Elkln, Danville St., Lane.)
ter, Ky., says: For mauy years I su -fered
from kidney complaint. Dm il t
year ago I bad such severe pains in 1 1
small or my back that I was haidh
ible to get about. The many rein -lies
I tried railed to help me and on t
friend's advice. I procured a box n
Doan's Kidney Pills at Frlsbie's Dm j.
Store aud commenced their use. !
shoit time 1 improved and it was not
long before I was restored to 1 1
health. I give Doan's Kidney Pill
ibe entire credit for this great clinn,.
and recommend them highly."
For sale by all dealers. Price fit
cents. Foster-Milburu Co,, Buffalo,
New York, sole ageuts for the Uuiiu
Remember the name Doan's ano
ake no other. lm.
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Mrs. Carol Prewitt, whe has been
very HI is improving.
Mrs. Morris Ross entertained very
pleasantly, her friends last Sunday,
The dawn of a new year finds many
people in this vicininy moving to their
Miss Lyda Broadus, of near Lancas
ter has been the week-end guest of her
sister, Mrs W T. Prewitt.
Mr. John Wheeler is erecting a nice
monument in memory and respect of
ms last child, Mason, who died June
George Bosiey, colored, who lived
near here was shot and killed Dec 24,
by a Mr. Fiannery. Flannery has not
yet been been found.
Mr. Noah Spainbower who purchas
ed the store bouse from Mr. Wallace
at Pt. Leavell, moved bis stock of
goods, January 1st.
Dr. W. A. Wheeler, after spending
holidays with home-folks, has return
ed to Louisville to resume his work In
Louisville College of Dentistry.
After finishing one of the most suc
cessful schools of the county Miss
Maud Spalnhower returned to her
brothers at Pt, Leavell, to speud
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Wheeler gave
a six o'clock dinner Jan 1st, in honor
of their guest Dr. Wheeler. Bis
mother, Mrs. Dora Wheeler also en
tertained a few friends, in honor of
him last Sunday,
The wedding bells are ringing. The
followieg weddings have taken place
during Christmas: Mr. Porter Prew
itt and Miss Mary Prather; Mr. Clar
ence Pendleton and Miss Ida Logan;
Messrf. Victor Sanders and Will Whit
taker and Misses Sutton. Most of
the couples have received a welcome
YOU'lX FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN,
MN. b 11
Foil sale on Rent: A live room
house witti four acres of ground. For
information call phone 245, Lancaster
Two book cases extension dining
kleboaid, waidiobe, clothes press
uid some other at tides of furniture,
"V. I. William. 12-2-tf
Lost Oneday las' week a gold
ockttand rhnTiJnjjfi'A C. L. Mrs.
.awrence. Whfie-Oafc-, l-6-2t
Notice All my accounts must be
ettled once a vvek. All old accounts
ueatonce. J. P Prather, It.
All persons h.ivi .g claims against
i2iutna G. Gregory. (Dec'd.Jjnu.st pre
entsame to theunderJglTed propeil
roven oior bryw5fau. 15th. 1911,
r same faiijbebarred. W. F. Champ,
'jXecutor,"Emuia G. Gregory, Est.
Finish your pic- Zfe i
tures for you. v88885
Tvlv"k 1T lVTrtDrkKAvo m
The handsomest Calender or all is
cne one sent, out by The Natioi al
tickmau and Fanner, Pittshutg, Pa ,
tt will be sent to any one who win
ud 10 cents to pay package and pos
tage. Send fur it
INSURED YOUR TOBACCO
BARNS AND TOBACCO WITH
BlftlLlY & HASELDHI
Q3.ce, National Baplc of Lancaster. " " '
As Executrix ol the estate of Miss
thoda Lunsford. 1 will on Court Day
it one o'clock P M January 23rd 1911.
n front of the court house in Lancas-!
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. J 'w.i wa.v. .. .. Kjitw m iibp
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Four shares in the NhiI.jmh Bdrikl
1 id fifteen shares in The Citizens Nat
mtial Bank of Lancaster Ky.
lattlp V. Kirhy, Executrix
Betsy's Pointers-, a Jjwomau who
nervous over a little annoyance is
hatching a bunch of trouble for
the mairow. Mollv and I agree
4fterwide investigation, that the
best place in town, to get all kinks
of christmas goods, is at R S
Browns. Santa Clause has lifted
the lid at this store and finds it
filled to the roof.
Of stock, crops and etc.
Having decided to make a change, I
will on Thursday Jan. 12,1011, at my
place one fourth of a mile from Hub
ble, on the old Danville Pike at ten
clock sharp, sell to the highest and
beMt bidder the following property to
5 Extra good work mules from four
to six years o'd, 7 coming two year old
'mules. 3 good coming three year old
mrses well broke to drive, 1 extra goor
combined mare four years old well
nroke. gentle for ladies to drive, 1 good
family horse nine years old, 113 extra
j good ewes and 3 bucks, 2 extra good
j milk cows, 2good Jersey heifers calve
in February, 1 good Polled Sugur Bu 1
5 good brood s ws and 15 shoats, 100
barrels or corn in ciib, 4 stacks hay, 20
shocks or sorghum, all or my farming
implements including one extra good
hay press, household and kitchen fur
niture, 1 upright, piano good as new.
All sums of ten dollars and under
cash in band, all over that amount a
credit of six months, without interest
with a good note, well Indorsed, made
payable in the bank.
Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auct.
WM CMi PrYMtPMWMMla
It is your fault if you are not using
Glen Lily or White House
It's the BEST and it is made in your
Garrard Milling Company.
Capital $50,000. Surplus $20,000
A. R. DENNY, Resident.
J. B. STORMES, Vice Prti't
S. C. DENNY, Cashier
J F Robinson, Ass't Cash'f
R T Embry, Book-keeper
Sam'l D Cochran, Alex R Denny, A C
Robinson, John E. Stormes, S. C.
Dennv. J LGill. WI Williams.
The First Step
o independence is care
fulness in spending.
The man with a salary
will find that his
money g-oes further
when he deposits it in
the bank and pays'his
bill by check. And he
knows where every
penny goes too. The Garrard Bawk & TJrtjst Co. in
vites accounts from salarid men and housekeepers. As
little as one dollar will start one. Many a one beeun'with .
ik J 8t SUm haS become a RodIy balance, because of the V..
E&jWEk il Pts on thoughtless spending. r
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