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Lancaster Ky
I Christopher Columbus Murphy age
12 years died on Tuesday at the home
of his parents in the Middlesboro au
r nex after a very short illness of pneu
r Miss Bessie Singletons school at
Sycamore Valley closed last Friday
r with a suitable entertainment Three
prizes were awarded this year The
prizes in attendanee were awarded to
f Alline Thomas Stanley Foster Lillie
I Ray Jennie Bay Virgela Ray Jean
Broadus Clara Pollard Bradley Long
f Cleora Baker The prize in spelling
was awarded to Jennie Ray
i Sale Of H rfsNK sH Property
Hughes Swinebroad report that
they have sold the Kauffman Property
I consisting of handsome dwelling and
fifteen acres of land on Danville street
near town for W McC Johnston to R
S Brown for 6759 We regret that
Mr Johnston and family will move to
Lexington but are glad to say that
Mr Brown and family will remain In
Prnary Te Niwwte Jidge
rThe Democratic Committee for this
the thirteenth Judicial district met
in Danville on December sixteenth
and decided on a primary to elect a
r nominee for Circuit Judge on March
r 4th 191L It seems certain that the
r Hon Charles A Hardin will have no
I opposition and will be declared the
nominee Mr Hardin is very popular
r over the district and his many friends
here will be glad to know that he has
no opposition
Pretty Weifcg
At two oclock p m on Wednesday
Dec 28th at the residence of the Rev
O P Bush he officiating Mr W B
Durham of Bryantsville and Miss Ju
r lia Walker Cox daughter of Mr and
Mrs Henry Cox of this city were join
r ed together in the holy bonds of wed
lock They left immediately to visit
the grooms relatives in Lebanon and
Louisville The bride is a very popu
lar and attractive young woman and
r has many friends The groom is a
prosperous young farmer
race Selliig
rMr E B Ray representing The Cen
I tral Kentucky Tobacco Warehouse
Co of Lexington Ky was in town
r Monday pnd stated that his house was
selling lots of tobacco from this county
r having sold a total this season of about
five million pounds at an average price
of 950 This is one of the best equipp
ed bouses In the state and catches all
the Garrard County tobacco that goes
r to Lexington They sold for James
I Sutton of Marksbury his entire crop
r of about 8000 pounds at 1335 ana for
Frank Land his entire crop at 1340
Entire Stock
Clothing Shoes Hats
And Furnishing Goods
75 Mens suits in small sizes ranging
in Prices from 1000 to 1500 will close
at the very low price of 348
A new line of silk Suspenders silk
socks and neckwear suitable for Xmas
Gifts at cost
Terms Cash
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For Lieutenant Governor
JAS P EDWARDS of Louisville Kentucky I
The only Announced Candidate
Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party
More Tobacco News
Capt I M Dunn representing the
Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Co of
Danville was in town court day sollci
ting Garrard Countytobacco growers
to sell their tobacco at his warehou e
in Danvilleylfe stated that there are
six buyer representing different
houses buying at his house and tbat
many Garrard farmers are selling at a
good price Uncle Dave Ross is solici
tor for this county and he is a good
one and will be glad to give you any
information as to the prices that to
bacco is selling at in Danville
Mrs Richard Noel the widow of the
late Squire Noel died at her home in
Buckeye after a few days illness of
pneumonia The following sons Ar
tUnrtJgobej Ji4Wm and Lewis and
daughters Mrs Joe Kelley of Madison
Mrs Davis John McCully and Morr
Long of this county mourne her deatb
Two sisters Mesdames J P Prather ot
this place and Mrs Robert Burton of
Madison survive The funeral was
preached at 11 oclock Wednesda
followed by interment in the Lancas
ter cemetery Much sympathy is ex
tended to the bereaved family
Eajoyable Occasion
The reception held at the Christian
Church Wednesday evening in honor
of several of the members of that con
gregation who are soon to leave Lan
caster to reside was quite an enjoya
ble occasion
About one hundred of the members
were present and a delightful salad
course and coffee was served during I
the evening
Many were the regrets expresse
hat this church was soon to lose some
of her best members and the goof
wishes of all go with them to tbeir
new homes
Tobacco Growers Notice
The tobacco growers of Garrard
County will meet at the Court House
Saturday afternoon Dec 31st at two
oclock for the purpose of selecting
delegates to go to Lexington on Janu
ary fifth at which time an organiza
lion will be perfected of the independ
nt growers This is a good move I
ment as it has been proven beyond any
question of a doubt that a pool is nec
ssary to hold up the price of burley
tobacco We have always been in fa
vor of a pool if organized in the proper
tanner It therefore behooves each
and every tobacco grower of Garrard I
County to be on hand at this meeting
in order that a strong organization
will be derfected one that will stick
through years to come and hold Gar
ard County in its present condition oJ
Probate Caififcies
In case the Hon Charles A Hardin
Is elected Circuit Judge this district
will have another Commonwealths
Attorney Several prominent lawyers I
if the district have been mentioned
for the place among them Hon Jo
eph E Robinson of this citv The
Stanford Interior Journal in its issue
if last week stated that Mr Robinson
would Dot run It is true that he
hasnt announced and is not a candi
date for at present there is no vacancy
It seems certain however that there
rill be a vacancy and when the time
comes Mr Robinsons friends may
force him to make the race as he is
eminently qualified well known over
district and would fill well this impor
portant office The other gentlemen
whOle names lave been mentioned a
probable candidates are County Attorney
orney WB JIB of Lincoln Hon
iodman Keen at Mercer and Hone
I Usury Jackson vU iDunett Puryer
of Boyle
BoyleT f
h HOMT Of Tie Bnal Of a Great Are
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At an early date the Kenton Bar As
sociation will be called together by
Prefident Walker C Hall to take ac
tion upon a statement which recently
appeared in a Cincinnati paper that
subscriptions were taken to bury the
late John G Carlisle Kenton county
being the home and burial place of the
late statesmen and he having been a
member of the Kenton Bar President
Hall feels that the publication of such
erroneous statements is a decided re
flection upon the Bar Association
Moreover Hall is in receipt of a nun
ber of newspaper clippings from all
parts of the country containing gar
bles and false reports of the manner
in which Carlisle was burled One pi
per stated that the Kenton bar neg
lected to pay any attention to the fu
neral and a number reiterated the un
founded and inexcusable statement of
the Cincinnati paper that Carlisle had
to be buried at the expense of the
The truth of the matter is that the
body of the noted statesman was in
terred in beautiful Linden Grove cem
etery at Covington at the same time
with that of Mrs Carlisle and the oc
casion was marked by all due solemni
ty and respect the caskets being placed
in floweradorned graves and the
schools of Covington being closed In
honor of the memory of a great Ken
State Demcntic Friary
The State Democratic Committee
met in Louisville Wednesday and
Thursday of last week By a vote of
light to four the Democratic State Ex
ecutive Committee called for a pri
mary to nominate Democratic candi
dates for State officers for the election
in November 1911 At the same time
the committee by a vote of six to five
with one of the members refusing to
vote ruled that the endorsement of a
andidate for United States Senator
should not be considered by the voters
of the State in the primary The date
of the primary as fixed in resolution
adopted by the committee is Saturday
May 27th A subcommittee was nam
I ed to look after all the details of the
primary and to collect funds from the
democrats of the State to assist in defraying
raying the expense of it The body
is entrustea with the duty of getting
the call for the primary in legal form
and attending to other matters and
will report back to the committee as a
whole on Wednesday January 25th
Many prominent democrats from all
parts of Kentucky were on hand and
some of them favored a convention
however the members of the comm
Ittee bad talked with people in their
district and knew what the people
Sen McCrery scored a victory for he
was the only candidate for Governor
whu favored a primary He did not
want to see a repetition of the Music
Bal convention of several years ago
Hon Ben Johnson had many of the
poll ticlans for him and for that rea
son was very strong for convention
but the WballenHaldarmanJohnson
iolition could not pat over the con
entlon over the wishes of the people
Hon James P Edwards the only
announced candidate for Lent Gover
Dor said that he bad no choice and
was in the race to win either way the
people wanted to select the nominees
Sale tI City P
Hughes and Swinebroad sold for R
E McRobeita to C L and J B Conn
the brick part of the Mason Hotel pro
perty for 3500 Their large machine
hop will be placed on the west tide of
the brick and the front rooms of tIN
brick will be used for storing and dte
laying vehicles and iaptaMBte
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