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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 7 1905 1 0 YUMBEli I t 1 srxrRbxTU TEAR Youll Never Miss the WATER til Well Runs Dry Is the title of an old familiar You had better guard a gainst missing the water by having us Fix Your Guttering make assurance doubly sure by having us install a system of Water Works We are agents for BJBaldwins Co PIANOS ORGANS Come see what we have in stock and what we can do for you in the way of prices etc We cater to the most fastidious Hamilton DunlapSu- ccessors Ilenzlcy Co Undertaker I 1IfIiW iMiIa I j Isun I Io r I I I tI1Jr I I 8 to JA So ABeazley- i I fl- IHsdllden- y Jo Arterial ant Cavity Emhiilnmi Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor o n Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone lit Vm Herudon G B Swinebroad Kerndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSON Attorney At over Police Court room Prompt attention to business IYCHRISFARIS I 1t r r L R ILaw Once d r F Dentist Office over Tbompons store Danville stIII Election Democratic committeeman Pursuant to order of the Democratic Jountv Committee of Garrard County The Democrats of West Bryantsville precinct in said county will meet at the voting place in said precinct on Saturday April 8th 1905 at 2 oclock- p m and proceed by viva voce vote to elect a Democratic Committeeman lor said precinct to fill out Plf d term ot C Bowling Said committeeman when elected will present ht3 credentials to the Democratic Committee at a meeting thereof to be held at the Court house in Aprll 15tn 13o5 at 2 oclock Win G Gooch Chin G B Swinebroad Secty 2t 1 i the unex X J It f I 1 Lancaster x r Local Notes See list of unrecorded deeds in this i isue Chicken thieves have been playing havoc in town Several Lancaster people went to Louisville to take a at Pi esident Roosevelt The U D C will meet with Mrs S C Denny Monday afternoon the 10th and all members are requested to be present There is an ordinance against throw ing trash on the streets and alleys A few lines for this great nuisance would put a stop to the practice An interestiu letter from Kirks ville is signed Kirksville School but no name given Contributors should remember that their name must be given to the editor Another street fair company is play ing in this section of the state It is hoped sincerely that the City Coun cil will put the bars up and keep out another such nuisance The large granary ot Mr Mote near Marcellus was destroyed by fire Sunday afternoon It contained some hemp wheat corn etc the loss footing up about 600 The orign is unknown Maccabee lodge has paid to Mrs John F Lear the full amount of the two thousand dollar policy he held in the order Tills order always pays promptly and is the safest frateral insurance you can hold When in Louisville stop at 415 the Spencer Hat Co and see the prettiest and most upto date hat store in the South An old Lancaster boy Mr Burt A Spencer is one of the firm and is always glad to see his friends Supper At The Grove The Christian Endeavor Society of the Grove church will give an ice supper at the doubletollgate house Camp Dick Robinson Wednes day evening April 12th beginning at five oclock Admission 25cts children 15cts A delightful supper and a most pleasant evening is assured Buys Store Room Squire Sam Johnson bought the Yeager store rooms for S3GOO Mr Geiger at once rented his old stand and has one of the prettiest groceries in central Kentucky The other room fronting on Danville street is not yet occupied The second story over both rooms is occupied by Mr W 0 Ri neys undertaking establishment An Honest Confession Senator George Farris was car rying home a hoe Saturday afternoon A friend wishing to have a little fun asked hun what he was going to do with it Being as honest as the days are long the big hearted solon replied Im taking it home for Mrs Farris to work the garden There are many men in Lancaster who in all truthful ness could have made this statement and we have a notion that the senator was throwing a bit of sarcasm at the fellows who took a tire at him Meeting With Success Mr Jno M Logan is here for several days looking after some business nd tells The Record he is meeting with great success in his new field of labor He is a member of the firm of Booth Logan Co 51 Leonard St New York direct mill agents for hosiery and and is on the road most of He will however in a short time oe located permanently in New York and his family will reside there It was a sad blow to Lancasters busi ness interests when Mr Logan elsewhere as hr was always in the lead in every move for improvements Money For Solders Adjutant General Percy Haley asks The Record to publish the following list and amount unpaid Co L Capt Sam Duncans Lancaster company in theSpanish war The money is ready and information regarding same can be had by addressing the adjutant gen erals once Frankfort JohnCGill William C Hall Albert Taylor Jesse Woods Henry Gate John Cordier William Cooley William Leforce Roberts Morrison Simpson Edgar Wheeler 2703 12 75 2402 2831 3831 2831 Kindly Remember This Unless copy for advertisements and locals are sent to this office before press day you cannot expect as good work from us as if voujsreformed your part of the contract by sending your copy to the office in proper time No man with any sense at all expects it any more than he believes that a bar ber shop should keep six or eight hands idle all week night and Sunday morning work or a to keep a stable full of standing idle six days in the week to accommodate Sunday patrons Our regular advertisers the leading busi ness men all know how it is they have been somewhere and seen consequently they send in their copy in time for us to neat attractive ad Its the occassional fellow who wants the earth for about thirtyfive cents I I I Robinson The cream seen m 1561 27 03 25 45 28 31 28 31 forSaturday liveryman hors seta Tuesday look underwear engaged James something cheap hash s Jim Hamilton Much Better The condition of County Attorney James I Hamilton is much improved he is now considered out of all Mr Hamilton received a wound on his arm some time since which resulted in incr and for several days he was in critical condition His legion of friends are joyful now that his recov ery is assured Put Price Too High In last issue of The Record made an error in one of II B Northcotts locals and instead of offering thirteen cents a for eggs the types made it fifteen This showed a stiff advance in price and Mr Northcott was kept busy explaining the error It was our fault but the rub fell on the poultry man He is offering 13 cts this week for fresh clean eggs The Latest Styles Newest Millinery of the very latest design may be seen at our store This seasons patterns are unusually attrac tive and Lancaster and Garrard coun ty are invited to call and inspect our Hats before the stock is broken Goods and prices to suit everybody Miss Ejistham Danville A Week of Sadness The last week has been a sad one indeed in Lancaster Every few days the death of some prominent person one who belongs to the families who grew up with Lancaster was reported and as will be seen by the list given below grief and sorrow entered not only the homes of many but have cast a gloom over the entire community During our ten years work on this paper we have neven been called up on to chronicle as many as two deaths of local people in any one issue and to day we tell our readers of the passing away of three It certainly is sad to contemplate and should servo warning to the people to be ever mindful of and ready for the final sum mons we all must answer Many Visitors There is a continual swarm of visa tors around the hempbreaking ma chine every day People come not only from neighboring counties but many have been here from a distance to see the wonderful work As stated in a previous issue the inventors and company are not heresoliciting orders to break hemp but to put the ma chine in perfect adjustment for work in the field They will be here some time as all the finishing touches can be put on now the most part of the invention has been completed Another very severe and highly satisfactory test was given the machine Monday All familiar with hemp known that it has been to break it while the wind is blow ing This made no difference with the machine and it did perfect work with a perfectgale blowing This point has been watched with interest and the overcoming of the trouble is hail ed with delight by men tell us that hemp is now the principal topic of conversation over the state since the machine has proven a success As stated in our previous issues it means much to Another Milestone Fifteen years ago Saturday The Central Record was launched on the tempestuous journalistic sea with the late Marrs as editor The hard work and worry soon caused his death and the present editor mounted the tripod our nose been on the editorial since that time The people of Garrard and a majority of the business estab lishments of Lancaster have patronize ed and encouraged the paper for which we are deeply grateful We are painfully aware of our inability to bring the paper up to a higher stand ard but if our readers knew the many obstacles we have to overcome the worry in securing and keeping good help and the amount of outside work we have had to do we know they will overlook our shortcomings It may be true that the road to perdition is paved with good intentions but we are going up against that proposition again and promise to send cur all the news in Garrard county printed in the best manner possible fiftytwo times a year We cannot do this without your cooperation Will you helpus in the undertaking A Fine Judge The editor was summoned as a wit ness in the circuit court last week and compelled to lounge around the room for quite a while It was our first time to take a prolonged look at the way in which His Honor Judge Bell kept the wheels moving and we want to say to the people who elected him that they have every reason to feel proud of their work Although very deliberate yet the business is trans acted with remarkable rapidity and one interested is given ample time to have his say there is none of that dragging along so tiresome to those compelled to spend time in the court house Lawyers know just how far to go when they fall out and pretend to want to get into one anothers wool as the Judge to their and killing until after court has adjoined Although firm and with his decisions lie is never rude to the attorneys at the bar and they all hpnorj and jDespect tbetnanv courtesies extended land dozen asa terrible that important Impossible Traveling Kentucky Jas R grindstone patrons whileevery compells them shoot- Ing m prom t t r9i t bloud poison a- very the hemp raisers reserve or abrupt bin 4ot of th991 r 1 n 4 C r l AKV Mt sP r r I The Death t ft i Visits our Little Town and Claims Prominent People MRS MAUY FRANCIS ARNOLD The many friends of the family were greatly distressed on learning of the death of Mrs Mary Francis Ar nold wife of Mr II Clay Arnold Mrs Arnold had not been well for some time and was confined to her bed for many days prior to her death which occurred Monday night She was a daughter of the late Squire Henry and widely connected in Garrard coun ty She was a member ot the church and a regular attendant at all the services when her health permitted She was kindhearted and did many acts of kindness for her friends and neighbors The services were conducted by Dr E II Pearce at the Methodist church Wednesday morning the interment taking place at the Lancaster Ceme tery This is the fourth death to oc cur in this family in a very short time Garrard county has no bigger hearted Citizen than is Clay Arnold he is wide lyknown and popular with everybody and great sympathy Is extended to him in his sad affliction Mils ANNIE LOYD HEKUING Mrs Annie Loyd Herring whose critical illness was noted in last issue of The Record died at the family rest dence on Richmond street Sunday night Mrs Herring had been confined to her bed for several weeks The death of her husband Dr II C Herring was a great shock to her and in her already weak condition had much to do against regaining her strength She was born in Louisana but resided in Lancaster the greater part of her life She has no immediate relatives in this section except her sister Mrs Susan Fisher She leaves four chil dren Mrs Jerry Respess Mrs C W An derson Mr Fisher Herring and Mrs Jesse Walden Mrs Herring was a member of the Lancaster Baptist church and that congregation never had a more faithful sincere worker was a constant attendant at the services and lived that pure life so certain to end with rich reward in the Beyond The grief stricken children and sister have sympathy beyond measure in their great be reavement Funeral services were conducted at the residence on Rich mond street Rev C S Ellis and Eld F M Tinder officiating and the remains interred at the Lancaster Cemetery This family is one of the oldest and bestknown in Lancaster Dr Herring having practiced medicine very here for many years and his name was familiar in every Garrard county household Time children were given that careful Christian training which fitted them for the battles of life they were given every advantage and luxury money could buy arid this care and thoughtfulness alone aside from the pure Christian lives is assurance that they are now in a better world where there is no sorrow no pain MRS MOLLIE WHITE YOUNG A telegram was received late Sunday afternoon stating that Mrs Mollie Young had died very suddenly in Dal las Texas A later message stated that the remains would be interred in Dallas Mrs Young had made her home with her parents Capt and Mrs Franklin J White in Lancaster few years ago when she went to reside with her children Mrs Claire Witwer and Mr C W Young Mr Wit wer and Mr Young both have lucrative positions in Dallas Mrs Young had enjoyed splendid health until very re cently and so slight was her recent ailment that the death was a very se vere shock and surprise She was a great favorite in her old home Lan caster and her visits here were enjoyed by the wide circle of friends who loved her for the sweet and lovely characteristics with which she was blessed She was a member of the Presbyteriaa church and when residing in Lancaster was a worker in the Sunday School and church The devotion for her two children Mrs Witwer and C W was beautiful no mother ever exer cised more care In training than did she The last time she was in Lan caster she told the writer that she knew her aged parents needed her care but her son was just at the age where he needed a mothers care more than at any other time and she would go to his Western home and put forth every effort to start him in the right paths Her death is indeed a severe shock and to the bereaved children and aged parents the deepest sympa thy of tbe entire community Mr and Mrs Dunn wish to ex press their thanks to the many friends for their kindness during the life ill ness and death of their little son Adolph Henderson who died March 17th aged 3 months From pain To heaven we See parents seeyour Triumphant in his pappy r of Jas N Holtzclaw were brought from Stanford Monday and buried in the the Lancaster He was in his 27th and resided in Stanford for AJ Angel I I I ilJ Methodist funeral Great successfully perfect until- a and Is Jesse bjharid e sometime tJ She greatly disposition extended Sorrow care trace rteudI baby these The remains year had afr- nr r1 Mrs Reid Critically III As The Record goes to press Mrs Mary Reid is dangerously ill at her home on Richmond street and there is little possibility of her recovery She has been in declining health for some time Are Very Grateful Capt and Mrs Franklin J White are deeply grateful to the who so kindly offered assistance and words of comfort in their great bereavement The Captain is yet unable to come to town and asks us to express through the types he has handled so long the deep feeling of gratitude he and faith ful wife have for the many kind words spoken since the death of their belov ed and faithful daughter Married in Louisville News of the marriage of Miss Mary Thompson and Mr Ernest G Brown was a great surprise to their many friends They have been very devot ed for some time but Mr Brown ac cepted a position in Memphis Tenn some monthssince and no one thought a wedding was so close at hand Miss Thompson kept the secret well as she left on the 11 oclock train without the knowledge of even her nearest friends or parents and met Mr Brown at Lebanon Junction it is presumed as nothing has been heard from thim up to our hour of going to press The bride is an exceptionally sweet girl her pure Christian life and lovable manner having made a legion of friends who wish her unbounded hap uiness Mr Brown is a son of Mrs Dollie Brown and a young man of good habits and plenty of industry The Record joins their Lancaster friends in wishing all joy for the happy couple Only A Few Days As we will dispose of our stock in a lump within a few days those wishing bargains in clocks silverware glass ware spoons watches spectacles etc should call at once We have the stock reduced almost low enough to sell together so come quick and get goods at your own prices Thompson the jeweler Public Sale I will on the premises 2 miles from Lancaster on Buckeye pike at 10 oclock a m on WEDNESDAY APRIL 12 1905 sell to the highest bidder the follow ing property 1 good gentle family 1 combined horse 3 milk cows old heifer I yearling steer 2 calves 2 stacks clover hay plows harrows gear 1 2 Noise wagon 1 surrey and buckbourd household and kitchen furniture and other articles Terms Cash PATRICK DOOLEY Capt Am Bourne Auct I ale friends horse PAINT PAINT PAINT House Paint Floor Paint Roof Paint CARRIAGE and IN ALL COLORS LINSEED OIL Paint and White Wash Brushes We will save you money on all kind of paints and fur nish you as good a quality as money can buy We will show you just the right colors and trimmings to make an attractive home Now is the time to feed Standard Horse and Cattle Food Feed your chickens Standard Poultry Food and you will get lots of EGGS Haselden Robinson IIWIIII N 1 it I I I I WAGON PAINT I i 1 I I I I I C C t I I II s Get Ready for Uptodate Tailoring I can show you the largest line of samples for spring suits ever shown in this city Suits to measure from I 250 to 5000t K We know how to take your measure and guarantee to fit and please you We represent the following upto date tailoring establishments The Globe Tailoring Co Cincinnati M Burn Co Chicago Murphy Bros Chicago Lanm Co Chicago Illinois Tailoring Co Chicago II SPIELI G I I Merchant I I I a H T LOGANi t3 m 0x4- y L J a W VM tMW The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO 0 0 A R DENNY President 10000 JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Eaml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno W H Klnnaird O I493 f r 4 2 SURPLUS c S 2 J F Robinson Asst Cashr E Stormes ror OVOJOvOtrOVO OJ0000000 000000000000000C 0 m 0 0 6 0 0P 9 0 8OeOcDO A AnO O O OnOnO 000 OnA O p OC 04 t a RKinnaird INSURANCE Aetna Queen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut jerinan American rhenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Glob North British aierchautilee Representin Companies 1naLire Ins Co gfHartford I o owls J oeD Square Feet two coats to the gallon thats what 300 R Most Select and Largest Yielding Sorts Mammoth Red Cob White Dent white Corn offered GOLDEN KING BLUE RIBBON SEEDS Are always the most economical to use ATCAUUEU GOLD JIPDAL ST LoriS 1901 CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Secdsmen LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY U The largest yielding and most The lest early large yellow Full stocks of other sorts Write for wt and prices and improve your Crops o e 2I- obtoes Cow Peas Soy MIllrSrghum eta DES LYI fI Flower Seed Alfalfa Rape Grass and Clover Seeds Se Deeps RIPTIVE THE SHERWINWILLIAMS PAINT- will cover And on a good surface it will cover more than that No paint will do better and very few paints will do as well Maximum covering capacity easiest spreading qualities longest wear and greatest economy are what we claim for SWP Its one safe paint to use Always gives satisfaction If you want to save money in painting let us show you the way We sell paints for all kinds of good painting R E You go to a BAKER for BREAD Wily Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER for In REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bras he SOLD BY Druggist BUGGIES U MGR OBERTS 11111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111i19111111111i11111111111111111 lII111JIIJIIJIIIIUl1lIIIIII11JI1 11111lIIlll JlI111JIIJl1111 IIJIIIIIJIIjI1J i tt t t t t t I I I I I I t t t t t t t t LEWIS Y LEAVELLPresident t t t t t t t t t t t t II J S RonursoN Vice Prest ttttttf4 + ORGANIZED 1883 The GITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL Isoooo SURPLUS fioooo B F HUDSON Cashier W O BIQNBT Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson Prest WC FishVice Prest PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK CAPITAL 1600000 SURPLUS 400000 m jJ J Walker T M Arnold n t t t t I II t I t I t tJ E LWoods WG Kemper Cash II I SI COY D L FRY RGGUYN ARNOLD JB WOODS BURROWS- W C FISH E L WOODS I DmECroRs R J S Commenced Business July 19OI your and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all entrusted to usbusiness We solicit patronage Customers areFully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality InsuranceII our 4 a CENTRAL RECORD Jsalued Wceldy Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Officf in Lancaster Ay as Mall Hatter Ky April 7 igo5 We asked one of our Jessamine county friends how Harry McCarty of the Jessamine Journal was in his race fur democratic You know that we know Harry dont you he asked Being answered in he continued Well if we know his ster ling worth as a law maker his ability to handle public matters his high sense of honor and his high standing as a Christian gentleman do you sun pose for one minute that we are going to turn him down for anything he wants On the other hand we are de lighted at the thoughtthat such men can be induced to serve us As Harry is beloved by every member of Kentucky Press Association this bit of news will be hailed with delight his brother scribes all over the State A prominent Chicago minister from his pulpit recently that the stage will yet surpass the pulpit an agency for good The only we see for this belief is that more pee pie can be reached at theatres the larger attendance being caused by the fact that at the playhouses a man can have a comfortable seat and not be buried in a pile of womens hats In the average church the only visible aside from a display of feathers Tina is the ceiling of the One cannot be expected to interested in a talk unless he can see the speaker His many friends in this section of rhe state would like very much to see lion Lige Ssbree made Collector ot Internal Revenue at Ovensboro Col Sebree is not only worthy and well qualified but has proven a wheel horse in the republican party lie is a friend to the newspaper bois and they are for him for anything wants At Utica N Y Lhe mourners join d hands and elected around the grave at the funeral of a relative singing a hymn The reports dont say so it is a foregone conclusion that the was a rich old codger and the mourners were celebrating instead of bemoaning his passing away The fashion books say that pockets are to be made deeper this season If Dame Fashion will a pocket so deep as to put the contents out of wilies reach there will be much rejoicing among the married portion of the sterner sex The great religious revivals which are sweeping the country have been doing a world of good but we tear very much that they will continue and seriously interrupt the tishing season which is about to open up Up to the present writing we have not heard of any delegate to the Sloth ers congress returning home and sox undarned or the breeches by hubby who had been left to tend to things A Baltimore scientist has found out that Adam had thirteen ribs This being the the First Man came out remarkably well in that appleeat ing matter lie did well to get off with a whole hide Just as we are learning to love canned vegetables here comes along the genuine fresh article and puts right back where we were last summer Troubles never cease Theres a new book out on Poker That is a matter in which nothing but practical and personal ex perience is of any use We trust that none of our per brethren will Hail gentle spring By all means let her come ahead SlAllKSHCKY Mrs Sallie Fox was In Lancaster FridayBorn to the wife of Mr W R Smith a fine girl Mrs M F Rout was in Lancaster on business Friday Miss M E Marksbury visited rela Lives here last week Mr Will Wadkins spent Sunday with Mr Geo Aldridge Mr J A Wood has gone to Va on business Mrs Margaret Naylor was the guest of Mrs T I Herring Sunday Mr Charley Clark of Harrodsburg spent several days with his parents Misses Sue and Birdie Bourne spent last week with Mrs Fannie Pollard Mr W R Smith has sold his tobacco to R N Beazley of Paint Lick at Sets The Ladles Working Society met with Mrs J Blvemper The Society has on hand a very pretty outing quilt with a good lining neatly finished fcr sale at 250 I have a complete and stylish line of millinery and would be pleased to have you call and see same Will take produce In exchange Mary Steadman Bryantsville The Christian Endeavor of the Pleasant Grove church will give a on the evening of April 12th at the tollgate house Admission 25cts children 15cts Miss Georgia Dunn is president of this society and is doing a splendid work along this line as she t has already organized a society at Fairview She will go there TB see how her new plant is thriving I per Lancaster progress- Ing nomination for Legislature the aJ1lrmatlve declared reason build- Ing become deceased provide into Ingthe un patched Practical Charleston supper soon 0c II i00 cond Class tl plumes 1 b men li case news Mrs b 1 lid p to PKKAOlLEltSVlLIJS Born to the wife ofJ M Cross a fine girl Mrs J F Green will leave for Texas in a few days W D Elmore sold a cow to Mr Sam Carpenter for Mr Walter Pettus and wife spent Sunday at this place J L Hutchins the J F Green farm of 46 acres for 835 Mr and Mrs Lute King spent Sun day with Mr J F Iloltzclaw Rev Thos Owens and wife spent Sunday witlr Mr and Mrs E Miss Carrie Thompson was visiting Miss Rhoda White at Stanford last week Mr and Mrs J J Smith of Brodhead have been visiting their daughter Mrs J M Cress has returned from Indiana where he has been at work this winter- e Miss Jennie Green and Chris Link were married at the home of brides mothqr by Rev I F Rogers J P Rogers has sold his house and lot here to Dr R M Farris for 500 So we will have a doctor in our town soon- s M r Ira Holt zclaw who has been itSpringfield for some time has return ed home much to the delight of a cer tain young lady Mr J B Hutchins who has just com pleted a course in bookkeeping at a nosiness college in Lexington Is at home Rev 1 F Rogers of Oklahoma is here for a few days fIe says is as line a country as can bo found anywhere but he would rather own one hundred acres of Kentucky land and live on it than to live there BUYANTSV1LLE Mrs J M Smith sold a horse to Geo Ruble for 140 Mr and have been visiting friends in McCreary Mr Will Glass was in Lexington business the first of the week Miss Carrie Brown of Buckeye has been visiting Mrs Will Dickerson Miss Miller of Louisville been the guest of Mr and Mrs Eugene kele Dr George Jean of New York has been visiting Mr and Mrs Eugene Ber keleMiss Mattie Mae Jenkins is at after spending several days in Louis vllle Mr and Mrs J H Dunn have returned home after spending several days in Louisville Miss Wadelee Maret has returned home a visit to relatives in Paint Dr Elliott spent several days in North Middletown last week the guest of his parents Mrs Monie Dunn and daughter Miss Ella have returned to Brodhead after- a visit to relatives here Misses Carrie Boulden and Alma Snyder of Nicholasville are expected in a few days to visit friends Mr and Mrs W J Hogan attended the birthday dinner of Aunt Peggy Robinson of Beuna Vista Tuesday Aunt Peggy was 94 years old I have a complete and stylish line of millinery and would be pleased to have vou call and see same Will take produce in exchange Mrs Mary Steadman Bryantsville Miss Johnson of Louisville arrived Monday to take charge of the trim wing department for Mrs Stedman Miss Bagby of to trim for Mrs Boner Both have a beautiful line of millinery and you should call and see their goods before buying elsewhere STONE L L Sanders Is having his resi deuce painted Mr Wm Fayne sold his farm to Mr Henry Teater for 3500 Sam Duncan bought of Ike gomery a good horse for 10500 Mr Harvey Teater bought of Mr Henry Teater his farm for 250 Messrs Dan Ray and Tom Hicks vis ited in the mountains last week Messrs Haselden Fanner and Barr were in our village last Wednesday Mr J M Sanders and wife visited Mrs Mary A Sanders and family Suu day Sunday School was organized at Scotts Fork last Sunday All are ed to attend Bro Peckham of Paint Lick deliver ed an interesting sermon at Scotts Fork last Sunday Mrs Will McQuerry and sisters Misses Bessie ana Gertie of ed preaching at dcotts Fork Sunday Mr G W Thompson passed through here Saturday evening enroute to Spoonsville to oflicate at the marriage of Mr Floyd Ray of this place and Miss Jones of Spoonsville We wish them a long and happy journey through life Cheated Death often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He say Two tears p ago I had Kidney Trouble caus ed me great pain suffering and anxie ty but f took Bitters which effected a complete cure I have also at benefit In general jie er trouble and keep thetfconstahily since as J tbey liaye no equal R E guarantees 6av7 1m J 11 ie t 25 Foley Mr L 0 Ilarber they Oklahoma Mrs P Swope one has Bert homes W Dl salsa t Kidney trouble deb And Mcaer r Rgist T J l bought B aster Cincinnati ca idol in f which Electric found them of hand t v F vie lid z Mr Joe Simpson sold 1 work mule au Lancaster for 100 Mr J M Gay and wife visited Uncle Sy Creech and family last Sunday Mr Carl Prewitt and wife visited Mr and Mrs Baylor last Sunday The little boy of Jilm Wheelers has been sick fur several days with tonsilitis Messrs Robert and Jessie Simpson of Jessamine visited the family of Mr Joe Simpson last Sunday Our friend J D CakcT lost last at Lancaster 100 We hope the finder will return it to Mr Baker Last Saturday and Sunday were Bro Pikes regular appointments at Free dom and he preached two excellent JUDSON Wm Raney and wife spent Sunday with Wm Teater Miss Martha Spurlock of Paint Lick visited friends here last week Little Lida Raney of this place vis ited her cousin Ira Raney last week Miss Ida Ray spent part of last week with her parents at Edneyburg Mr Cronley Broddus and wife at tended preaching Sunday morning at Scotts Fork Miss Sarah Ledford who has been attending school at Kirksville has home Mrs Perry Naylor left Tuesday for Dubois Ind where she will spend several weeks with relatives FLA TWOOl Mr Ben Corminey of Lancaster vis lied home folk Sunday W II Furr bought a hog from Lcavel at 4c per lb Mr Gray bought 5 bbl of corn from J C Clouse at 82 50 per bbl John Miller sold a work horse to Rev Geo W Thompson for 90 Joen Jackson of Manse shot Sam Hall in playing a game of cards at Jim Ross Sam Wilcox bought 8 shoats of Ben Pollard for 25 and sold them to W II Farr at the same price The Quarterly meeting will be at Lawsous Chapel the 17th and 18th of April The presiding elder will preachSunday school was commenced at Good Hope Sunday Rev A J Murrell was elected superintendent and Mr Sampson Archer assistant superin tendent HYATTSYILLE There will be preaching at Fairview Christian church Sunday morning Frank Pierce Jr visited his sister Mrs Oscar Ray of Buckeye last week Mr Hughes Aldridge and family of Stanford visited home folks the latter part of the week Miss Hattie Doty of Lancaster is the pleasant visitor of Misses Fannie and Betsey West Mr J C Criscllhes of Jellico has re turned to take possession or his farm which he purchased of Branham Beas ley Lttle Miss Mary Clay Sanders the pretty daughter of Mr J B Sanders of Lancaster is the guest her aunt Miss Ruth Arnold Mr John A Sanders bought of J W Sanders 11 head of cattle at 30 per head also 2 head of cattle from J M Sanders at 3c a lb Mr Arthur C Mahan a prominent young business man of Williamsburg visited friends at this place Thursday evening Air Mahan has recently gone on the road as a salesman and will make a good oneMANSE Capt Doty enjoyed a day or two fishing at Hanging Fork last week Mr Walter Walker ant wife of Stan ford visited relatives here last week The Ladies Missionary Society will meet Friday at the Presbyterian i Johnson of Flatwoood shot and mortally wounded Sam Hall last Sunday Mrs William Gregory and daughter spent Saturday with Mrs Parker Gregory Mrs Gaines Henderson and little fej daughter Mattie Mae is visiting her mother near Hyattsville Prayer meeting has been resumed at this place and services will be held at the church every Wednesday after noon oclock These services are always interesting and beneficial old and young We hope all who can will attend To the Insuring Public Having had a loss under policy No FI 137i08 of Home Insurance Co of New York Jesse D Wearers Agent Stan I am prepared to recom mend the above company to you and g tell you for prompt and liberal settle ments of losses there is none better and 1 dare say few as good They do notdeductone fourth as some would have you believe but willingly and cheerfully pay you all the Indemnity that you pay them for Beware of Mutual or Assessment com For further particulars in re gard to Mutual or Assessment Com parries address me M Green Murphy Klngsville Ky be Fresh eggs 13f cents a dozen cash 331 Jbave a complete stamping outfit am prepared to this of work In the best t i jMrs J WJElmore In I sermons u returned Geo f u ti n rr rr U I of fI ffi I c C churchJohn at3 r Sord Ky from your policy LII H B Northcott fi i tl1 k4 q t b AINA Monday 1 tooth class s tqsi a M b 6 SEEDS Oorii Millct Cane and all kind of Field seeds Custom Grinding 1 I am in the market for Hay Oats Corn Hemp Etc Etc at all times Call and see the old Tobe Leaven stand Try my Cow Feed its better than Any class of Feed you may need meat andcheap ship tuff GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated Banks Hudson I ii I gp Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all pf kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Points If Wire Fence Old Hickoiy Wagons The Best FERTILIZERS on the MARKETS We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you can buy them in Lancaster ROMANS s CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING ill and discounting of invoices enables us to make CLOSE PRICES EVERYTHING we sell which is every thing usually found in a I First Class Drug and Piant Store E Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS Stormes Drug Store i8 W I ELMORE YcY ffl 0drr ri fN Y I A 0 v v rn r Im m rn il rd 0 1 Q WtD D D D Q iii l bON r You are invited to attend our MILLINERY OPENING I Saturday c SALUE D PELLET I I I t April 8th o v4 separate Departments Measures for clothing are taken In tf Joseph Hughes Free Exhibition of Wall Paper We have the handsomest samples ever brought to Lancaster and will glad to sbow you what we can do this line By a new method we can show you how the caper looks when on wall Let us show you tt Milton Sneed See Mrs Dollle Brown at Josephs store and order the Home JournaU 102Ltf DryGoods i- It p q Sc s Newest 1 Modes 1 I have just returned from the cities with a complete stock of which know Hs please you in fes Quality and Prices We receive almost pf daily New Models and Pattern Hats Pincluding many de novelties Etc W- larvell Millinery Store Miss Ada Dickerson Q Located on Public Square Oover Rooms 1 9 ifll l0jtf 0 Millinery 0 lIa wilt I 1 Swe ueys 0 l o 0 Q Q SOniC 11 I118iQ Q I p List Your Property We are now farms and otherproperty to advertise in catalogues and papers in other Youwill do well to see us at your earliest convenience if you want to sell your property tf Money To Lend Money to lend at 5 per cent on realty in sums of not less than 2000 Address W L Lawwill Danville Ky Boarders wanted at Mr LTD Simp sons Twohundred bushels blue seed for sale A No 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Leavell 1 Hughes Swlneoroad c tt L tf grays I N F GRAND OPENING Display of Spring Or new SummerGoods have arrived and it affords us to say to the public that larger handsomer or more complete stocks have never before been displayed in Central Kentucky All we ask to prqve this assertion is an inspection of the goods Here are Two Special Bargains you Cannot Afford to Miss Beginning Monday April 1 Oth at 9 oclock a m and continuing until the supply is exhausted we will unprecedented cut prices ngiiam 5c yard Mens 506 Shirts 35c iFl i1 iIi I i JI Handsome New Goodsj Spring and great pleasure ml57 makethese r A T j j 106 Have you seen the celebrated Crossett Shoes for Men THEY MAKE LIFES WALK EASY LaLiiIV l 51ifI 1 r = An exceedingly handsome line of Ladies Custom Made Shoes and SLIPPERS and CANVASSinK I D line of Ladies Fine Underwear SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL GARMENTS rPrettiest L A p MERCANTILE COMPANYJOSEPHm i nt1 I B i iJa 1 Gossip About People N N N A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those W Arc In Mrs Fox of Buena Vista is visiting relatives here Mr R A Stone of Somerset was a visitor here this week Mrs George Lucas of Middlesboro is visiting in this locality Miss Katharine Conn has been visit ing relatives at Paint Lick Mrs John Y Pilcher of Louisville is visiting Lancaster relatives Miss Ella Dunn of Brodhead is visiting Mrs Richard McGrath Mrs Jennie West has returned a visit to relatives in Louisville Miss Annie Moss of North Carolina is visiting her cousin Walton Moss Miss Lizzie Brown is assisting Miss Ada her millinery parlor Lear has returned from a yisit to her home in Circlesville Ohio Miss Corine Weakly of Shelby coin ty is visiting her aunt tills II M lou V Y Moss of Joplin Mo is his brother Walton Muss for a days Mrs Charles Reid and children of Middlesboro are visiting relatives hereMr Jerry Respass of North Carolina has joined his wife and children for a visitMiss Mame Ballard of Bryantsvile was the guest of Miss Margaret Tom linson Mrs Allen who has been very sick for several weeks is not very much improvedMisses Polly and Maggie Traylor of Stanford Have been Miss Katie Simp i r J II I Dickerson in Mrs J Ii BalI I TIT I n I I j i sons guests Mrs R K Conn and daughter Miss Mollie have been guests of Mr and Mrs J B Conn Mrs Powell Duncan of Nicholas vine is visiting her daughter Mrs Sam Ilaselden Mrs 0 T Wallace has returned from a visit to her children in North and South Carolina Mr Louis Burnside and sister Miss Mary were visitors in Lexington Sun day and Monday Mrs R Zimmer and Misses Flora Zeigler and Elsie Zimmer visited Ot tenheim Sunday Mrs Mary Frisbie and little daugh ter Gladys are in Louisville visiting Mrs R E Hughes Dr E H Peaace of Danville was here Wednesday mingling with his legion of friends C M Reid of Middlesboro is with his mother Mrs Mary Reid who continues very ill Miss Susie WIngate who has been visiting Miss Virginia Goodloe has returned to Danville Miss Evelyn Metcalfe of Lexington is visiting Miss Mary Landram Burn side Danville avenue Lieut Robert Kennedy of Lexing ton was the guest Sunday of his sis ter Mrs Banks Hudson Misses Anna and Sallie Noel of Danville attended the funeral of Mrs Annie Loyd Herring Tuesday Mrs George Ballew has returned to Madison aftera visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Joseph Francis A very hands me picture of Miss Sallie Adams of this city appeared in Saturdays Courier Journal Mrs Kate Wilkerson and Miss Er mine White of Moreland have been visiting Mrs Pauline Rigney Mr Clyde Herring of Louisville attended the funeral of his aunt Mrs Annie Loyd Herring Tuesday Dr G C Faris and bride have return ed from their bridal tour I IRe and have t1 4 ao 1 f Buy Your FERTILIZERS Mount Elkin raise BIG CROPS Sole Agents for American Field Fence r Mount Elkiu w P r r ir from and 4 rooms at Mrs Tom Wherritts Mr W H Pope is visiting his sister in Crab Orchard this week Mrs Alex Doty andson John are at Martainsville Ind where they have gone for their health Mr T Hampton of Winchester has been visiting his cousin Miss Emma Hood Danville avenue Mrs Ellen Owsley Poor and Miss Margaret Tomlinson were guests of friends in Bryantsville Wednesday Among the prominent hemp men here this week to see the hemp is Mr Ford Brent of Paris Ky Misses Lizzie Brown Annie Angie Kinnaird and Mrs Georgia Lusk were visitors in Danville Satur day Miss Bettina Anderson left Wednes day for Knoxville Tenn to spend several weeks with her sister Mrs W R Marrs Mrs W R Cook and son Robertson have returned from Ilendersouville Shirley Elkin a United States sol dier who has been stationed in the Philippines is visiting his parents Mr and Mrs Elkin Mrs Sallie Lawson and handsome son George Walker and Miss Bettie Broaddus are spending the week with Mrs Herbert Gulley on Danville pike Our good friend W S Fish the Paint Lick druggist was here Tues day on business His many kind words for The Record are greatly appreciat ed DentonGuyn- A most beautiful wedding took place Wednesday evening at 530 oclock at the home of Mr and Mrs R R Denton when their daughter Miss Katharine Oldham was united in marriage to Mr James Walker Guyn An aisle was formed by ribbons which were held by Mr G G McBride of Louisville and Mr W B Jones The maid of honor Miss Forest Denton entered first looking most lovely gowned in a dainty tailored suit car rying a bouquet of roses Then came the groom with bis best man Mr R G Young of Nicholasville They were followed by the little flower girls Misses Burnie Lear and Grace Coch ran carrying baskets of flowers fol lowing came the bride dressed in an exquisite costume of blue chiffon cloth and carrying a shower bouquet of bride roses and lace ferns Soon the beautiful and impressive ceremony spoken by Rev Hughson of Lexington was over congratulations vrere show ered upon the young couple Lovely strains of music were discoursed by the Misses Lear before and during the ceremony The house was a bow er of southern smilax decorated with roses and lighted with white candles bordered with pink shades A large white bell arranged by the artistic hands of Mrs S D Cochran and Mrs Victor Lear the decorations overhead where the bridal party stood A large number of choice gifts were received and were displayed in the hall cut glass silver china and oriental rugs were among the collec tion Mr and Mrs Guyn left immedi atelv for Louisville and other cities They will return on the llth to a home prepared for the bride where an elegant reception will be given them by the grandfather The groom is the only son of Mr Jas Guynj a prominent farmer of this county a of high social standing and a promising Clock Repairing- I am prepared to repair clocks and of In the best Charges reasonable and satis faction guaranteed Sbopover Wards store Richmond 1m machine Hern- don spendingthe T S formed grooms l eW I n t i zio tt t1 4 JoIt man future and Jewelry manner trr N r s Frightful SufTeriii Itcllered Suffering frightfully from the poisons of undigested food C G Grayson of Dula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with the re suit he writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative prop erties 25c at R E McRoberts guaranteed 1m QUARTERLY REPORT Peoples Bank ot Paint Lick Ky AT TilE CLOSE OP BUSINESS March 31st 1905 6411850 270 10 1G7 19 KESOUKCKS Loans and Discounts Overdrafts O vcrdraf Due from National Hanks 10 Due from State Banks and Bankers 21 Due Banking House mad Lot Mortgages f Currency 17 Furniture and Fixtures rIAISILITIKS Capital Stock paid In In Surplus Fund 4 000 00 profits 21 Deposits subject tocheck SUPPLEMENTARY amount of indebtedness of stockholder person company or turn Including of the or linn the liability of the individual members thereof or indirectly if Much indebtedness ex ceeds 20 per cent of capital stock ac tually in and amount of surplus of the batik None Highest amount of indebtedness of any or officer if amount of such indebtedness exceeds 10 per cent of paidup capital stock of bank None Does amount of indebtedness of or firm including in the liability of the or firm the liability of the individual members thereof exceed 30 percent of paidup capital and actual Were expenses losses interest and taxes therefrom be fore declaring dlvl dendand was not less than 10 per cent of net profits the bank for the covered by the dividend car fled to the surplus fund before dend was declared Yea 11519389 State of Kentucky County of Garrard ss W G Kemper of Peoples Bank of Paint a Bank doing business In the town of Paint Lick in said at the of business on the 31st day of March 1903 to his knowledge and belief and fur ther says that the business of said Bank has been transacted at the location named and not elsewhere and that the above report is made In compliance with an official notice received from the Secretary of State designating the 31st day of March 1905 as on which such report shall be made W G Kemper Cashier Subscribed and sworn to before me by W G Kemper cashier on the 31st of March 100 A Notary Public Garrard county Kentucky Commission expires ti 19CG J B Woods RGGuyn Director WC Fish J Business and Bargains We are enlarging our ware room and getting in the largest stock of ever in Lancaster If you need a buggy surrey runabout or wagon we have them cheap 47tf Romans Elmore For Sale or Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediately G Sweeney Exchanged Overcoats Last court day at Haseldens Rob insons hardware store Owner can have his coat by returning It J P Bourne Ky Special Low Rates To all points In Idaho Washington Oregon and British Col umbia March 1st to May 15 1905 Round Trip Homeseekers Tickets on special days once for infor mation and maps to F SCHWEQEL Traveling Agent Wisconsin Central Traction Bldg Cincinnati O Spectacles at 10 cents to 50 centsperpair the Jeweler three ou 5iqtlce nes iOO T 2V virulent drugstore or TIIE secured 98 a262 C 300 CO 00 00 5B3 II 1200 CO 115191IW 16000 00 93114 81 I 0 foregoIngthe best of Feb vehicles Write at Ry407 In fro l1 t unsecured 1om 44 j p deducted r Ss mine Earn Montana 300 oiie as represented e r e5eU F sh lf 1 We have some special values in FOUNTAIN and BULB SYRINGES HOT WATER BOTTLES RESTPROTECTORS HAIR BHUSIIES TO OTII BRUSHES COMBS ETC In fact we will give you good values in our full line of Druggists Sundries FRISBIES DRUG STORE r I I I Ward pays cash for eggs About 100 pie plant roots for sale tf Thompson Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormes Drug Store All kind of bulk flower seeds at Currey Davidsons tf Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tf Corn planters corn drills plows and harrows at less than usual prices 47tf Romans Elmore Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tf We have just received a fresh of wire fence which we are going to sell Get our price on this We mean business add will sell you cheap 47tf Romans Elmore Great bargains in books Erie C Farra at Thompsons Jewelry store1m For sale Seed Oats Call on J C Ilemphill or Gabe Pres ton at Stone Ky Closing Out We have big bargains in every line tf Thompson the Jeweler 400 pieces music regular price 40cts to 75cts all goes at lOcts per COPy at Thompsons 217tf Get our prices We will sell you plow points for 25c collar pads for 25c etc We save you money 4 7 tf Romans Elmore Your accounts and notes are due we are closing out and must settle up the business Thompson the Jeweler tf W Ward has had his store room nicely papered and now has one of the neatest stock of Groceries and Queens ware in town 2t We want a number of good country hams weighing from 15 to 18 pounds tf Currey Davidson We have agency for Stewart iron fence Get our prices and have a nice yard fence Romans Elmore Use Cream for chapped or lips Its a sure cure loots 120tf Frisbies Drug Store Will buy a number of good country hams weight from 15 to 18 pounds tf Currey Davidson Elkin wants 100000 pounds or wool and will pay the highest cash price for same He has a fine line of staple and and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf I have about fruit trees from the Tennessee Nurseries which I will sell cheap They are extra good ones U Simpson Do You Want to Sell Your Farm Now is the time to list it We are already receiving inqufiries from buy want possession January 1st 190G also some want possession at time from now until then It costs you nothing to list your property with us and by doing so now you get the benefit of having it in our cata which will soon ready for exchanges and prospective purchasers Our commis slons are no sale no pay See either of us tf M D Hughes Swlnebroad I 2t J C 210tf 310tf haMs T S D erswho l among G B C C carload C 3r Frisble fond fie goy distribution our Dont fail to see our and MANY OTHER BEAUTIFUL GOODS Changeable Silks White Goods Lime portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drug Store 210 See Wards 5 and 10 cent counter of which would be bargains at 25c 2t See his o and 10 cent counter of which would be bargaing at 25 cents W II Ward 2t Bargains Bargains Bargains Grocery every day in the week 2t Firstclass surrey and phaeton for sale For particulars call at Currey Davidsons store Mrs T Currey 331 Dont fail to see Wards new ware while you are in town Saturday No trouble to show goods come one and all 2t Pheaton and harness for sale Nol second hand Or will trade for stock tf Ike M Myers Lancanter Locust posts for sale Thomp son 4 7tf Eggs Eggs From first class stock Barred Ply mouth Rock fifty cents for 15 eggs Perkin Duck eggs fifty cts for 13 eggs Phone 138 B Mrs C A Robinson 4fc LancasterKy All Watches Clocks and Jewelry left with us for repairs must be for by April 5th or will be sold for charge Thompson the Jeweler As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster like the best of everything consequently when it is coal they want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a greatsatisfaction to know that your orders are going to be tilled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers and proposes to maintain it 910tf I P a- Wards C t Coal and Salt For Sale Best Jellico Coals on hand at our yard near depot Close prices made for car load lots Prompt attention given to all orders Salt on hand for sale Your patronage solicited 3 31 Jones Patterson If your hens are not laying now come to us for a box Dr Haas 20th Cen tury poultry food It will make them lay when every thing else fails Only 25cts Frisbies Drug Store 120 Our Jewelry and fancy good must be closed out before Mar 20th Every thing goes at cost and many goods for much less Now is your opportunity Call now dont wait 3 3tf Thompson the Jeweler Gaines and in ordering Mowers for the last 10 years have disappointed no one Come subject to your he bearing all responsibility Phone 100 21 Flowers Flowers Flowers I have succeeded Mr J C Thompson in the handling of cut lowers All kinds of lowers and designs on short notice Get my prices orders with E W Harris Logan Smith We are still in the coal business and will make special prices for cash on car load lots of 150 to 200 bushel lots to farmers We handle the very best of Jellico Red Ash and Vanderpool block of the Bird Eye Mines 715 tf J T Williams Sons Gold Medal Tailors We are agents for Mr Mark G Har ris who has taken gold medals on his tailormade goods and has a patent on the front shoulder and sleeves of coats One of the best houses in Hughes Joseph Agts Lexingtonflorists Notice Chicago n n nr C C We have a complete stock of SPRING MILLINERY Everything in uptodate goods Mrs John F Lear To Th Business Community We extend the accomo dations of a Strong and o Brjjantsville iU1U1U1UUU1UUU1UUUU UU U U iU1U1UUUU W Equipped anl Bank lel1tucl Th4 3rantsvi114 I A FOOLISH PLANI I joy to welcome my dinner hour Because I rout indigestion with August is the result of indigestion biliousness loss of selfpoisoning anemia emaciation uric in various parts of the system catarrhal the in canal and numerous other ail ments that rob life of its pleasures if they do not finally rob you of JTm bound in the bowels is a corn mon expression of peopie who loo are yet who persist in letting nature take its course a foolish plan when nature be aided the use of Greens Flower which is natures own remedy for constipation and all stomach ills gives new life to the liver and insures healthy stools 3 flTwo sizes 25C and 750 All druggists BOURN Joe Marsee bought one sow at Monday for 10 Mr Allen Ray bought a mule Buckeye parties for Joe and family visited J T When leading physicians said that W M Smithait of Pekin la had consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Kings New Disco ery for Consumption Coughs and Cold kept him out of his grave lie says This great specific completely cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over 10 years and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure Strictly scientilie cure for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive of Pneumonia Guaranteed 50c and 1 00 bottles at R E erts drug store Trial bottle free1m A Tried and TriieFrlrnd One Minute Cough Cure contains not an atom of any harmful drug and it has been curing Coughs Colds Croup and whooping Cough so long that it has proven itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who use it Fenner Marion Ind says Coughing and straining so weakened me that I run in weight from 148 to 92 pounds trying a number of remedies to no avail One Minute Cough Cure ly cured me Sold by R E McRobertslm Forget About Your Stoiiincli If your digestion is bad the vital organs of your body are not fed and nourished as they should be They grow weak and invite disease Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat cures indibestion and all stomach troubles You forget you have a stomach from the very day you it This is because it gets a and gradually grows so strong and healthly that it troubles you no more E D Babcock Amberst Minn says I have taken a great many remedies for indigestion but have found nothing equal to Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests you eat cures Indigestion Dyspepsia Sour Stomach Belching Heartburn and all Stomach Troubles Its is the result of many years of research Sold by R E McRoberts lm f 0 TIs a eatI Flower miserable couldi Lancaster 90 Mart ee Last Ilole Vaiit4ied incurable lLi Mrs GertlUie E Ilr restrecuperates preparation I m II Vliat down- erAft entil betaking lCo wi Upton of Boyle Sunday W M Duncan sold a load of corn to Thus Morford ron 2 50 per barrel Willie Onstott sold 150 barrels of corn to Jeff T Dunn for 225 per bar relMorford and Dunn sold 150 bushels of hemp seed to J M Dunn for 10 perbu hel Mr and Mrs Will Clark of near Lan caster visited Mr and Mrs Samuel Morford Saturday and Sunday Mrs Allen Ray and son Lotten visit ed her daughter Nave of Flatwoods Saturday ann Sunday- I have a completeaud stylish line of millinery and would be pleased to have you call ana see same Will take produce in exchange Mrs Mary Steadman Bryantsville REtINA VlaHA Mrs Mattie Smith is spending a few weeks with relatives Miss Mittie Dunn began a select school at this place Monday Miss Addle Carter from Hanly is vis her sister Mrs Virgil Scott Quite a number from tins place court at Ilarrodsburg Monday Jas Spilman spent Sunday with his brother Chas Spillman at Shakertown Chas Scott has moved to the farm which he has recently purchased from Did Christopher Scctt has moved to the place he bought from G II Ruble to the farm known asthe Asa Brown place Mr anJ Mrs Ferrill left a few days A Daredevil Illdc Often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries use Bucklens Arnic Salve A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Thco done Schuele of ColumbusO caused me great pain Physicians were hell less but Bucklens Arnie Salve quick ly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at 11 E McRoberts druggist 1m The Illsltt Name IN l MViU DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals cuts burns boil bruises piles and all skin diseases K E Sickefouse Adolph W Va says My little daughter had white swelling so bad that piece after piece of bone worked out of her leg DeWitts witch Hazel Salve cured her It is the most wonderful heal lug Salve in the world Beware of counterfeits Sold by R E McRobiits lm Won a Name of Iaiuc DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been made famous by their certain yet harmless- re and gentle action upon the bowels and liver They have no equal for billiousness constipation etc They do not weaken the stomach gripe or make you feel sick Once used al ways preferred They strengthen Sold by R E McRoberts lm Jesse DJearen IT Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and cIun ty Kentucky who may be seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None hut the strongest and best OldLine Companies and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel I I MrsLeonard attended A T II In loll Cin I nil represented s s s s s es s I Electrician 5007 Race Record 224 14Midi 211 Electrimout 221J4 Gretehen 22 Prince 223 own brother to Grateful 237 5 iu list Electrician is a Brown Stallion 15 34 hands high Standard Reg He Is by Electioneer 125 sire of ICC dams of 12 he by Hambletonlnn 10 sire of 40 dams of 118 he by Abdullah I sire of 3 dams of 7 Kent mare by Imp Bellfonnder Sire triciaua 1st dam Rebecca dam of 217 Kexford 224- Ariana2if Russenolu 230 etc Rebecca by Gen Benton 1753 V sire orSl dams of CS he by Jim Scott see sire of 2 Lady lieu ton by Grays 10 Second dam dam S of Iilella 20 aud Chimes Bell sire of VIm V j X dt20 she by Abdullah Star Third dam Emma Mills V dam of 3 sires etc by American Star 14 Electrician is a horse fine style and action with great lIe is a horse that posses great speed and although his record is 224j he repeatedly showed miles in 215 A number of his get has for roadsters bringing from 300 to As most of his colts are beauties with fine action style and size I can recommend him as a great stock Will make the season on same conditions and same as Clay King at the fee of FlfTEEN DOLLARS Clay King 2964 RECORD 227 34Dick f Tom Phair 217 Nellie Bruce 218 Clay Wilkes 221 iDaiseS M The Guard 22 The Raven 2 2ti Justin M N 236 Dorado 227K and eight others with records of better than 30 all trotters but Dick Wilson pacer By King Clay 594 Sire of Miss Marble 214 Claymore 217 i Eola219 Klngbrino2rJoDoc 22 Edgar 22 Queen 1 lam Amy 22014 by Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay King X 227 and granddam of Volo Maid 21314 Sire of Ht Julian X 2 lllJSt Patrick 2 14J 33 othere sons have sired 175 and X laughters have produced Dick 212 Strougwood 21 X Homestake214M etc X r 2 dam Belle Brandon 10 Dam of Amy Wllmor 229 14 sire of X 2 and of 2 SIre of George Wilkes ElectioneerHappy Medium Harold etc dam Jenny by Young Bacchus of Clay King Is a son of Clay 45 dam Modesty 2S6H by Tom Wodder 147 2 dam Wells Star 1dam of by American Star 143 dam by Em k Duroc V Clay King with kind of stud opportunities would f today be first fight of successful His stud career is begun and there is not ap horseman In the Blue Grass State who does not regard him 4P wonderful sire of early and extreme speed man atthe Lexington seen big get accomplish what has f never been done by the produce of horse they 4have seen his step quarters second and thensell for startling prices have seen his older 49 lives as speed gameness and genuine horse qualities as those of any sire over quartered In Kentucky 3 r Clay King will make the season of 1905 ut the feed and Xc sale of W B Burton In Lancaster at the low price of x TWELVE DOOL1UAKS and FIFTY CENTS to Insure a living colt A lien retained upon the foal to se f 9 cure the payment of the season All care will be taken top prevent accidents to stock Intrusted to our care but should 4 f any occur we will respodslble same W B Burton Sire of ii Leta r IJeant onl I i5OO f Sire of Wilson 2iO Mallse C 21i3 22i I Clay 2 220 1I Gov Sprague 220 sIre of 38 King Clay 221imons I race not be for the T 2I8 h 22I roalbred L horse- S T 208 The King L 2 as- a any a ec F t1IiI or The Baby Is a delight to the mother loves to watch his sports in which Shells too weak to and she Ins strength although the price of itis her own weakness There would be fewer weak and invalid mothers if women would only realize the value of proper preparation for maternity Thousands of mothers who have used Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription in anticipation of the babys coming state that it gave great physical ease and comfort during the period of fl1If 104 2 rI17r11 Sh issSlurdg in waitinn and made the babys advent practically J painless Favorite Prescription gives the mother strength to give her child I will endeavor to tell of the benefits I have derived from talc 4 ine Dr Pierces Favorite Prescription writes Mrs B E Robertson of Med iciue Lodge Barber Co Kans In the fall of 1899 I was expecting to be 1 come a mother and suffered terribly with in the bck in fact m I ached all over Suffered with awful bearingdown I was threatened 3 for weeks with mishap A lady friend told me to use Dr Pierces medicines a Shehad taken them felt like a new woman I began the Favor ite Prescription and took four bottles before my baby came and two after 3 wards I almost death with my other two children but hardly re is alized that I was sick wher this baby was born and she weighed twelve and a onequarter pounds She is now eleven months old has never known using pounds I owe it all to Dr Pierces Favorite Pre Favorite Prescription makes weak women strong sick women well Accept no substitute for the medicine which works wonders for weak The Common Sense Medical Adviser 1008 I large pages in paper covers is sent free on re ceipt of twentyone onecent stamps to pay ex pense of mailing only Address Dr Pierce I Buffalo N Y kness at present she women R V IJ tf nQ 4 n4f4fulj hs thirt sevenwei gs shur I ago for Indiana where they will make their future home they drove through in a buggy Mrs Sallie Preston will leave in a few days for lllinons where she will join her sun Clarence Her many friends regret to see her leave 1 have a complete and stylish line of millinery and would be pleased to have you call and see same take produce in exchange Mrs Mary Steadumn Bryantsvillc CLIFF HOME FARM Madison Dare 2162 loi laMs high foaled May TJ02 Madison Dare is a horse of great style and action with plenty of bone and size carries good tail and is a great fronted horse Goes the hive gaits and proved to be a show horse last year as a 2 Will serve twentylive approved mares at FIFTEEN DOLLARS to insure a living colt Mares kept at three Dollars a month at own Not for accidents butcareful personal attention given to allto our place W W nnd J J JIarccllus Ky Dorsef Golddust 121355 Full Brother to Estello 219 14 Sired by Zilcadi Golddust 4400 by jolddust 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by ZIIcadi an Imp Arabian lionDorsey Golddusts dam is by Golden Mingo Chief a son of Morgan making him an intensely in bred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on the best family of road horses known Dorsey Uolddust is a dark bay black points full Ifihands weighs 1200 lbs A proven and uniform breeder of high class road and eastern horses combin lug all the qualities for harness and gelding of the American horse shows 1902 03 04 Jack O Diamonds stands i to his credit 12 of his colts have sold for over 14000 in the past two years tucky Will stand at my farm miles from Stanford Ky on Ilustouville pike at so to Insure a giving C olt Money tine when colt drops or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept at lOc per day on grass No responsi bility for accidents or escapes The best of careful handling given Addres- sF REID Stanford or Danville Ky Will make the season of 1905 on my farm one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeyu and Lancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt up and all right A lien retained until season money Is paid Money due when the marc is traded or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents hilt not responsible should any occur Chester S years old 16 bands high a dark chestnut sorrel He lathe of of courage butperfectly kind natural saddle and harness a model in form that won derful style characteristic of the Chesterdare family which the world acknowledges as sup erior to all as n show has proven Kreesired by the famous Chesterdare No 10 N S II R he by Black Squirrel 5S He by Black he by race horse Denmark F 8 Imported Iledgeford Chester Squirrels dam graph and known as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered by all to be one of the greatest brood mares in Kentucky Pixie Jack at the same time and place I will stand my big young Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr at 8 for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for JennetJohn Morgan Jr was sired by John he Marmaduke and is out of an imported Jennrt John Morgan Jr out of by Joe Blackburn he 3rd Prince he by 2nd Pince he Prince 1st dam by Dixie she Dixie by Klckapoo dam Nellie by Lord dam by Importer He is 15U hands high solid points lie is a breeder and his colts brought 85 to 90 at the teat last fall TO HILL BUCKEYE KY NancyL required year old risk stock- S lIt IIi g 1Jbot1Jllll I stall pricesThe anyhorse2 Chester Squirrel sellIng I J Will era ntsli Washington bump Li Jilted Tom When you used to visit Miss her father always gave you the hearty shake Does he do the same hes given me the shale altogether Chicago News Wanted a Change kittle are you going to town for dad earn your bread and butter dearLittle Eva Me wish youd earn some jam today dad Ally Sloper Paragon Bay Horse 16 hands high Sired by JAY BIRD 5060 1st dam On Ma 217 by Florida 182 grandam of Grace Bond 2nd dam Lady lIam by Hambrino8iO dam of Kil Winter 212J4 etc 3rd dam Wally Ashland 17 4th dam Brittou by Mambriuo Britten- Sth dam Kit by Sir Walter Jay sire ot Hawthorne 20054 Aller K Karly Bird 210 Invader 210 hundred others by George Wilks 51U dam Lady Frank Star5X PaioRnn is n very handsome individual of fine conformation size and style with extreme action and speed Ills sire Jay one of the greatest living nutS that his blood breeds on U shown the fact that his sous have sired over 250 standard performers Including canda203JX Susie J 20rt4 McGregor 207 and many performers while ParagoiiV lam Ontlda 2i7 dam of Gruel the greatest racing the trotting turf everseen and his second dam Ham Is the dam of Hawthorne a 0f4 Ed Winter etc You will see from the above that Paragon is one of the best bred horses living and there Is no reason why he should not become one of Jay Birds greatest SOilS His record Is no measure of his speed ns he could trot in 215 or better Should Para gon fall to get a trotter he Is a horse of such fine conformation size action style and finish that his get will certainly command fancy prices for high acting road and carriage horses cannot be produced fast enough to supply the demand Paragon proved himself last year to be a Sure Foal Getter He will make the season of 1905at my stable three miles north of Buckeye on Buckeye aud Lancaster pike at Twelve Dollars and Fifty Cents- to insure a colt sound and all right A lieu retained on colt to secure service fee Season due if mare Is part ed with or bred to other stock Car e taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Forrest Stapp Buckeye Ky Highland Stock Harm I offer this season the service of BLACKBURN This combined harness and saddle Stal lion will make the present season at the Highland Stock Farm Buckeye Ky at 10 to Insure a giving colt which is less than any horse of his breeding is standing for in the county DESCRIPTION AND PEDIOKEK Blackburn is 5 years old 1C hands high and solid black Was sired Senator Blackburn by Dillard Dudley by John Dillard by Indian Chief by Imported Chief the premium horses of their day Blackburns dam was by Graftonian by Administrator by Risdyks Ham dam by Bronaughs Denmark by old Blick Denmark by Imp Hedgeford Senator Blackburn dam was by Bentons Domede 2nd dam 17 Goldolphin thoroughbred Graftonians dam Delia by Millions Copper Bottom 2nd dam Gyp the dam of by Kavananehs Grey Eagle 3rd dam by Masons Whip 4th dam by Jim Allen Senator Blackburn took premiums tit Maysville RicbmondParis Sharps burg Germantown Beattyville Hus tonvllle Lexington Chicago and wherever he was shown He was the best combined stallion in the United States ills colts took premiums wherevershown Many of his colts were never beaten One colt was sold for SI 800 arid Senator Blackburn was sold for 1500 and he is living to day and breeding on BILL COOPER Bill Cooper is a black Jack with white is one of the finest individuals in the country He is an extra heavy boned with good feet and body with square hips and is a first class mule Jack Some of his colts sold lust year for 75 He is 5 years old and will make the season at the low price of 700 for a living colt Grazing at 2 00 per month and care taken but will not be responsible for accidents should any occur re tamed according to Law Money due in all cases when mares are parted with or bred to another horse or jack No business on Sunday Phone at residence No 187 Q A C J3 flOWJackNo EyaWot DadTo 2291 4 2t9 uG II ton undone b ambrlno I ver Bond aeJ enrold TOU onl bletonian 2nd Grafton MILES ti Y tustin Bird 50t0 2O 01 her iiI 2l2 f i- k1 Z 10 sk for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale byNR E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky That Smooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle will call for your work M N LAUNDRY Main Phones 202 lyexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky Darkness Black Stallion 1C hands high sired by King Dsnmark he by Black 58 1st dam by Byams Stonewall 2nd by Woods Red Lion King Den marls 1st dam by Todhuntcrs Sir Wallace 2nd dam by Old Drennon As an individual Darkness is a per feet model with plenty of size and ac lion You will see from above that lie is one of the best bred Saddle in the country lIe is a sure foal getter and a great breeder and his J to this horse Will make the season of 1905 at my stable one mile north of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pike at only io to Insure a Living Colt sound and all right A lien retained on colt to secure service fee Season due if mare is parted with or bred to other stock care taken to prevent ac cidents but not responsible should any occur BURDINE JACK Black lack 15K hands high sired by Mltchel Jock be by Blnck Hawk he by Imported War riorjlst dam KM Imported Jennet this Jack has hail to sell t 75 tojl00 at weaning time Wilt make the Season at the low price of 6 for horse mule 8 for mare mule HUBBLE Black Tuck IS hands high years old bred bv R L Hubble he sired by Shack Diamond he by Joe he by Tom Keen This Jack one of the finest young Jacks In Kentucky fall to see him He will the season at EIGHT DOLLARS Both of these Jacks will make the season at my stable 1 mile below Buckeye under the terms to insure living sound and all right Money due when mare is with or bred stock Not responsible fur accidents should any occur Phone at residence W T NOEL Buckeye Ky LIST OF rded Deeds REMAINING In thE County Clerks Office APRIL i 1905 Carrol Prewitt ic to Wm T Watson Allen Ray c to Dr J II Potklus B F Moss and wife to E W Arnold Bessie Bradley Ac to W M Long K J Conns Sirs to R C Boiau James Denny to Amanda Walker John M Vanderpool to Jas 1 Crawford C Terrlll to Wm Faulkner Allen Ray to Robt Long Jr William White to George White Joseph Rogers to WI lIam Knuckles Jas C Ross Ac to same J B Carter to eame G W Singleton to same Cochran heirs to same C Terrill to same Joseph Rogers to same E II Walker and wife to William Perkins Lewis Yantis to Judith Hamilton Cemetery Company to Sirs M W Johnson Joseph Boll anD wife to John G Salloway James Wheeler heirs to James Wheeler Jr Wm Lawson c to A II Stlgall v Haynes Co to G W Coyle Gates Lancaster CemetcryCo to Mrs Nanle Hamilton John W Adams and wife to Wm MoWhorter James R Prewitt to S G Estes Thomas McQnerrys heirs to John II McQnerry Alex Thomas a to Jas I Hamilton Silvia Huffmans heirs to JIM I Hamilton Roy Stewart to Geo White Sam Cooper to Jeff Dunn Wm Singleton to wm E Anderson J W Xewlands nelrs to J F Newland and W J Moberly Harrison Dunn to John Simpson Jas Dunn E Dunns heirs to Ruth Ann Dunn Wm Sutton to Poor Ridge und Sugar Creek Turnpike Road Co Geo Cooper to Mason Swope Lancaster Cemetery Co to K S Grimes Jas I Hamilton to Carrie Preston Ac Ebin Bests heirs to Ebln Bests heirs James Lawsons heirs to Salem W Gilllsple Wm Davis heirs to Patsy Ann Parker WSElkiuJrtoTAElkiu R II Tomllnson to S T Leavell Walker to Ann Mnllins S L Burden Ex Ac to Den Lackey John W Simpson to Mollie E Simpson II A Bnrdett to Tesla Pauline Burden and Lancaster Cemetery Co to Mrs Emma E Geo Walker to Speed Kennedy O P Stilt and wife to B M Burdctt W J Romans Ac to Morgan Adams B F Turner to Phebe Tudor Thomas McQnerrys heirs to Arthur McQuerry Thomas McQuerrys heirs to James McQuerry John Sageser to John Preston James White to Geo White Jerome Homer Tinsleyto PR A 0 T P R Co Maria Fish to Chas Wooten James A Scotts heirs to Susan Stiller D B Shackerford to Seymore Hyatt John B Parkes and Others to J G Rncker and others Geo M Austin to J G Sweeney L D Parks and wife to J B Parks f Ross heirs to Jas L Ross Wm Davis heirs to Rebecca Lowiy E H Walker and wife to A J Marrell Isham Hamilton and heirs to H Hamiltons heirs Annie Scott Lawson v W H Sebastian Ex Ac to Jr Joseph Moridetb byG McClare toW tlerson VlncePolnter and others to SWRenfro M ttf tnYSmda S II J A J J I 5 I V StF Squirrel Stallions pricesYou I S Is to other c I c E II others Perkins c c D G 7 toM EAt J Slays rah lrl J B i J or i J 1 WeN r colts was Don t same hiScbastiimu heirs T s c DYSPEPSIA DIGESTS WHAT YOU EATThe J 00 bottle contains times the trial SM which sells for 50 cent C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO 1 CURE 2 PlfEPAItEL ONLY AT ILL THe tasosvroey o- rE A F B F j T Philips to Philips I Bourne c to Ambroe Bourne Bcjzley Ac to John Ic zler Adams to Kitty Perkins John StraIt tc to Thomas It Brent Stewart to Zack Stewart ancaster Cemetery Co to James Hogers Sarah E Hammark to Ned Lnwson Dave Faulkners heirs and Edith Fanltner to J II Payne Vm Wallace to Wm Kennedy C Stock to Trustees School Dust No S2 P Naylor to ceo A Ray Richard West and others to II B Ray Lctcher to Alex Thomas Sc Cooleys heirs to Joseph Rodgers James A Cotton Ac to George McLear Aimer Bakers heirs to I W Gastincau T Baughman administrator of ilarry Smith to Alex Cochran Sutton to James Austin W Turner to J It 11111 B Clark to James S Sutton Henry Lanes to Henry Lanes lira G Hcndrickson to Trustees DIst Xt Lancaster Cemetery Co to W G Jones W Harveys heirs to J G Sweeney Wm Davis heirs to Sallie Walker John T Iloltzcluw to B F Holtzclaw Frank Englecian to Andrew Beazley Lancaster Cemetery Co to L Brown Monroe Brock to Mary Ledford B Brown to F M Carter Wadie Lee Maret and Joe Helen Muret to John W Smith Daniel S Newland to Jas Hunt M Stunt AC to James Hunt Keen Beazley to II P Watts Wm L Lawson to Ely Faulkner Kitty Perkins to Thomas Adams Joseph Huffman and others to Mary Jane Huffman F Hudson to Cook A Kibler Alex Floyd to Jno C Boner Laytons heirs to Clara Layton Engleman to Lcnard White Trustee W J Huffman to II B Ray Nancy Cooleys heirs to Lizzie Tnnkersley and others Nancy Cooleys heirs to James Ross Lancaster Cemetey Co to I X Gastlncau II Kennedy to Wm T lointer T M Coys heirs to Marion Coy E II Walker to Samuel Salviu A W Babcock to Geo Collier John Adams to James Mullins Sallie Bttughman to Klzlna Anderson James Arnold to Maria Iollard Henry Andersen to Robt Rice Win Lawson to Jack Denny Lancaster Cemetery Co to Wm Green Amos and Charlotte Balls heirs to James White and Henry Bull to Francis Gill Napoleon Cheatham and others to Wm Hum phreys- J B Carter to James and Jacob Nave N D Miles to J N and J A Nave Kllza Coun to Elisha Johnson F Adams Ac John Hurt to J W Baker Clayton Humphreys to Russell Humphreys Ed Austin to Arthur Beazley Morton Collier to J K Sprattt Jno and Cynthia A Blonds heirs to Wm Martha K Huffman Alex Cochran to Henry Cochran Nancy Cooleys heirs to Robt Ross Monroe Adams to Sallie It Williams National Bank Lancaster Ky to LeonHas K Maret R M A W O Bradley to Jas M Morgan Geo White to William White Alma Austin and Leon Austin to Ida Austin Hirdeu N Price to Rebecca Carter W II Campton Ac to John II Prewitt Lancaster Cemetery Co to John nail T W Daley to Harrison Ray Sr J A DOTY Clk Garrard County Court Sheriffs Sale Monday April Z4 1905 the first day of the April Term of the Garrard County Court I will between the hours oclock A M and oclock P M in front of the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell at Public out cry to the highest and Jest bidder for cash in hand the following lists or so much as will pay Taxes 19C4 costs and penalty As fast as payments are made the names v U isappear Ths amount set oppo name includes Taxes C per cent Pen ally and Costs of Advertising owing by each of said delinquents LANCASTER WHITE DISTRICT NO 1 Austin Leon 125 acres 54 00 Doty E K Ji acres 4 45 Huffman Forest28 acres C 80 Percell acres 1025 Philips Jim 14 acres 4 15 Simpson J L 4S acres 2495 LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT Xo 1 Adams Pete 1 town lot 4 90 Anderson Hampton 1 town lot 7 85 Bell Wml town lot 5 85 Blanks Jane 1 town lot 4 1- 5Burdctt Bob acres 6 25 Fish Boyce 1 acre 4 95 0111 Ellen 1 town lot S 65 Harris John 1 town lot 570 HIatt Seymour town lot 520 Hndgens Mary I town lot 3 65 Jennings Louis 1 town lot 5 00 Jones James 1 town lot 5 20- Leavell George 1 town lot 4 6 McRoberts Maudy 1 town lot 2 85- Middleton Bob 1 town lot Middieton Ed Miller Jim 1 town lot S 05 Miller Alex 2 town lot 895- Myers Jesse 1 town lot 5 20 Palmer Sis 1 town lot 4 15 Robinson Harve 1 town lot 3 10 Salterheirs 1 town lot Salter Caleb 1 town lot 5 75 Taylor Lusy 1 town lot 4 15 Ware Joe C SO BRYANTSVILLE WHITE DISTRICT No 2 Ball John 50 300 Boner Mary C 5 acres 3 10 Dunn Theo 3 acres 2 75 Early Willie 2 acres 645 Hudson HG 212 acres Johnson JC 3 acres 4 60 Preston Mrs Susie 16 acres C SO Sherrow Mrs Sallie 1 acre Woods Rich 4 acres 4 15 BRYANTSVILLE COLORED DISTRICT No 2 Caldwell Harrison 1 acre 4 iO Cegar Wm 1 acre 4 05 Cochran 5 10 Cochran Henry 8 acres 445 David John i acre 430 Dunn Tom 1 acre 4 45 L H Keen Thomas Roy c c Ancy heir c c I c c Toliver Gill to Ceo htardlui c TfX ON of9 1 ste each Susan77 7 4 town lot 3 GO S town lot acres IT 55 90 i f ary alter ames rank an FOR- t Being ilLs 1 5 2 Frankl acres 7 Obstinate racking Coughs that mako your head ache your throat and lungs sore and inflamed that rob you of sleep until your system becomes so that you are in grave danger of Pneumonia Consumption are quickly cured by oJays llorcy anti Tar FOLEYS HEY AND 7 R soothes and heals the inflamed air allays the feverish conditions stops the cough and prevents serious results from a cold FOLEYS HOHEY AND IBI- s the only prominent cough medicine on the market that does not contain opiates or harmful drugs of any kind and on this account is safest for children- It is unexcelled for Croup and Whoop ing Cough and will quickly cure the racking cough which follows measles and leaves so many children with weak lungs unless properly treated Remember the name Fcleys Honey antI Tar and refuse substi tutes that cost you the samo as the genuine Do not take chances with some unknown preparation Consumption Threatened C Unger 211 Maple St Champiagn Ill writes I was troubed with a hacking cough for a year and I thought I had consumption I tried a great many- d remedies and I was under the care of physicians for several months I used one bottle of Foleys Honey and Tar it cured me and I havo not been trou bled since Three 50c 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times aj much SOLD AND REGGHKDED BY For sale bv CC JE Stormes FOR WEAK WOMEN COUCHAND CURE THE LUNGS SIUlWWJO n Cougi1s and Colds CUREIm y JNEV D rundown j sizes25c f IERCE S- Ins KILL THE WITH Oil Kings New FLEYA TA passages scry FOR cONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price Free Trial SOc 100 iSurest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TEOTJB IES or MONEY BACK Dunn Louis 1 acre Erabry Henry 2 acres Graves Mat 1 acre A 3 1 Jackson Harry 1 acre Kennedy Peter 1 acre J 4 1- CLeavell Louis 1 acre 4 U Roach Lucy 3 acres 3 90 Ready Cyrus I acre J T5 Smith Ben 1 acre 4JJ Simpson Ceo 4 acres 7 GO Smith John 4 acres Tarrance Jane 4 acre 240 Warrln Julia 1 acres 2 70 Withers Ceo 1 irene 4 05 BUCKEYE WHITE DISTRICT Ko 3 Burton John X R 2fi acres 7 0 David Riley IJi acres 2 So Irvine John 4 acres 4 SO Kelly Sam 1 acre 4 70 Murphy Wm 2 acres 4 1ft Iowers Mary 11151 acres 48 W 5J acres C 9V Simpson J L 1 acre 020 BUCKEYE COLORED DISTRICT XoS Kennedy Mary 1 acre 2 45 PAINT LICK WHITE DISTRICT NO 4 Aldridge Duct C9 acres 14 W Bird Green 5 acres 4 15 Bird Slack 40 acres 70 Cambell Wm 57 acres 675 Carpenter Dave Sirs 5t acres 3 10 Davis L acres Hicks Charley 100 acres 75- Halcomb John 3G acres 5 V- oIsaacs Simon Co acres 272- Koehler E L 127 acres McCullum His 40 acres 2 50 Myers W A 111 acres 45 10 Ralston W II 1 acre 8 f5- Robard Jno E 1 acre 570 Tankcrsler Heirs 12 acres 250 Woolwine B W 80 acres 4 50 Yatcr Lucinda 1 acre 4 15 PAINT LICK COLORED DISTRICT NO 4 Addison Henry 1 acre Cheatham acre CookJohn GO acres 4 40 Faulkner Edie 12 acres 440 Faulkner Will 12 acres Faulkner Irvine 5 acres Fox Pat 2 acres 4 lf Glllsple Bat 27 acres v 4 2f Hawkins heirs I aero n 90- Kavauaugh Green 4 acres 4 25 Kennedy Ed3 440 Royston Katie 4 14 70 I 80 SO i Iii i it S G 111 5 40 20 rO 1 70 4 70 I 20 MIller Almlral i i 5 7 W L LAWSON ep1 tijo a Ray Mike Sub acres tere 65 acresi SlieriffGaf dCou ty r