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THE CENTRAL RECORDKlXTKKXTll TJ3A11 LANCASTER KY FRIDAY APRIL 14 1905 NUMBBR Never Miss the WBTER til Well Runs Dry j Is the title of an old familiar song You had bctt r ffiinnl gainst missing the water b having us Fix Your Guttering t or make assurance doubly sure by having us Install a system of 4 Water Works I We are agents for DJ Co PIANOS ORGANS I 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 Dunlap Successors ISeaz 1o fF Nlv I y- I I I a I I J i sGse den I rOYO I I- j I 1 L to JA Co ft Ch JJ Undertaker I You ll a 31 I 4t r S JR a inn Jort Arterial and CaYitJ Embalming Full line of Caskets and Burial lobes al ways in stock Uudertakers Parlor o n Danville III street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 rWmlIcrndo Swillc ron 1 ISwinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky L Ofiice ocr store I RL DAVIDSON I tit Law Ofiicc over Pollee Court room Prompt attention to business G n B lierndon Sttg Attorney At 3 r Oitt4 Dentist Office over Thompons store Danville i 9i 1 i fr at Entertainment Tonight In and Around the Holy Land is the title of the descriptive journey through Palestine to be given at the Court House this Thursday evening for the benefit of the Methodist church Prof E A Fox general secre tary of the Kentucky Sunday School Association will deliver the lecture using stereopticon views Admission 25c children 15c Attention Veterans- A very important meeting of Camp M will be held at the lodge rooms over National Bank next county court day the 24th and all veterans are urged to be present Important business 2t Joe H Arnold Comdr DLogan Masonic f y ur Local Notes SI 50 to Cincinnati Sunday will be preaching at the Fork church Sunday morning at 11 oclock The noted Evangelist W J Wright of Washington D O will preach at Christian church Fiiday night 14tb The public is cordially invited The Ladies Aid Society of the Chris lian church will meet with Mrs Ilig ginbotham next Saturday afternoon Important business requires presence of every member The charter of the National Bank of Lancaster has been reextended This is one of the oldest and strongest institutions in the state and its ac commodating cashier Mr S C Denny adds new names to its list of friends every day The business men have made up enough money to have the streets sprinkled during the summer ana the contract will be let in a few days The work will be done with a water wagon which will be kept running all day This is a good move as the wornout streets make much dust Newspaper Man For Mayor Editor Sam Menefee of the Dan ville Advocate has his candidacy for mayor of that thriving little city and we join his many news paper friends in hoping that he will win in a walk Danville is growing rapidly and needs just such a hustler as Sam at her helm Called to Owensville Eld R M Campbell of this city has accepted a call as minister of the Christiam church at Owensville Ky and will take charge at once The church is a large one and located in a line town His many Lancaster friends are glad to know that he will be so pleasantly located To Our Friends We wish to state through the col umns of the Central Record that we appreciate deeply the many acts of kindness from our friends during oar great bereavement We will ever re member our dear friends and our prayer is that Gods richest blessings may rest upon each and every one of those who came to us in time of dh tress Miss Julia Reid Chas Stone Post Office Robbed The large business house of Mr C S Smders at Stone this county was broken into Sunday night the safe blown open and the postollice robbed Mr Sanders who is post master tells The Record that 200 in money about 340 worth of stamps and 500 in notes were taken Bloodhounds were tele phoned for but lost the track after trailing a few hundred yards from the store Mr Sanders offers a big reward for the arrest and conviction of the parties A Deserved Honor At a meeting of the directors of the Richmond State Bank Trust Co Col Stone Walker on account of ill health tendered his resignation as president and lion Jerry A Sullivan was chosen to till the vacancy The selection of Mr Sullivan is a good one as there is no more deservedly popular citizen in central Kentucky An able lawyer a true friend and a typical gen tleman are some of the characteristics which lit him for any position within the gift of the people Week of Prayer W B M Auxiliary will ob serve the Week of Prayer begin fling April 16th with a sermon on Con serration by the pastor Eld F M and continuing through the week with meeting in the homes of the members The conclusive service will be held in the church Sunday af ternoon April 22 and will be a chil drens meeting at which the Eister envelopes of the children and the Thank offering boxes of the C WBM women will be collected All are wel come at these services Confederate Veterans Local Confederate Veterans are making extensive preparations to the Reunion at Louisville June 14 15 and 16 At a recent meeting Miss Mary Lear the handsome and charming daughter of Mr B F Lear was chosen as sponsor for the Camp and she has generously consented to accompany the old veterans to the re union The people of Louisville making extensive preparations for the entertainment of the thousands of visitors who will attend and a time is anticipated The Lancas ter Camp will have an important meeting court day and all are urged to attend We have heard many compliments passed upon the Gaines Hotel of this city and as most of them came from drummers whose chief stock in trade is to kick we became interested and went down last Sunday to try one of the meals Considering the markets Mr Gaines sets a remarkably good table The cooking and season ing are perfect and every appointment about the house as neat as a new pin When it is remembered that there is not a building in town suitable for a hotel the fact that a visitor can get a place to lay Ills head is a fortu nate one The Record who has done its level best to boost up Lancaster still has a faint hope that those clti zens who have corraled the cash of the town will yet unloose their purse strings and build a hotel and opera house I There I M Reid The C attend ar glorious announced Tinder I An Important Matter The Production of Hemp is Chief Topic of Conversation The Louisville Courier Journal Prints Lengthy Article on Subject Those of our readers living at a dis tance will possibly think we are de voting too much space to the question of hempraising but if they knew the interest taken in the question by the farmers of Central Kentucky the im portance it is to the farming interests of our section they will readily agree that there is no matter we can publish that is of more value to the farmer Local farmers have had a pretty to hoe in recent years and all by the labor problem Now that they can have the hemp crop handled almost entirely by machinery there is cause for much rejoicing among the land owners in this section Last Sundays Courier Journal publish ed several illustrations of the hemp industry and we believe the question has attracted so much attention that the entire article published in that progressive able and up to date paper will be appreciated by the readers of the Central Record Tip entire arts cle in the Courier Journal is as follows The cultivation of hemp has for many years been a very important matter with the Kentucky farmer but there is more interest manifested at present than for some time There are several reasons for this the princi pal one being the assured fact that machinery has been invented whereby the hemp can be broken and cleaned and the equally important fact when a farmer plants a crop of the valuable product he has perfect as surance that he will be able to get the hemp prepared for market All farmers are painfully aware of the scarcity of labor and know the annoyance experienced in securing hands to do even the lightest of farm work Hemp breaking is the hardest work on the farm and indefatigable endurance The dust from the hemp gets into the breakers throat and lungs and the weather is frequently damp and cold making the entire process so disagree able that a man will not follow this pursuit if he can make a living at other work Before the civil war when the health of the Negro was almost per feet when his physical condition watched by his owner with the same care that the Kentuckian watches the welfare of a good horse the race was in far better condition than today and it was an easy matter to find a Negro man who could do as much work in a day as can be done by two of the present generation and feel none the worse That the physical of the colored people has greatly deteriorated is evidenced by the fact that they can not do half as much work as their ancestors Some people seem to think the invention of hemp breaking machinery will work a hard ship on the colored man but it is quite the reverse Recentlyinvented does away with the hardest most slavish part of handling the crop and as it assures the farmer that he can get his crop on the market as a of course more hemp will be raised This means that much more farm work must be done and with this in crease in labor of a character much easier and which pays as well it is easy to see wherein the colored man will be greatly benelitted as he will have more work much more pleasant work and labor bringing him as much money as that requiring him to work like a galleyslave So the laborer should rejoice with the farmer that the invention now attracting so much attention has been put into the field While hemp has been one of Ken tuckys chief products for many years yet few people have thought of the im portance of the crop Its production dates back to the earliest settlement of the State One authority says Na than Burrows who came to Lexington in 1792 introduced the hemp in 1790 but it was grown in Kentucky prior to that date Ken tucky was the first State in the Union to produce hemp just as she was the pioneer in flax growing the breeding of Durham cattle and many other pur suitsThe flax industry was Introducej by immigrants from Ireland and in early times a great deal of linen clothing was made in Kentucky Flaxgrowing was discontinued in Kentucky after the invention of the cottongin but the hemp in lustry was enlarged it proving a more remunera tive crop Cottonraisers were to use hemp wrapping and ropes to prepare their crops for market and this caused a great demand for hemp The oldfashioned ropewalks the name given the place where hemp was made into ropes oy men stretching the fibre and walking from end to end weaving the fibre into a rope and bagging factories were located n Lex ington Frankfort Lancaster and other Kentucky towns and gave employment to many hands During the years 1845 to 1860 Kentucky pro duced 37000 tons of hemp annually TheCivil War cut quite a flgure with hemp in Kentucky as the devastation of the props in the South stop ped demand for the hemp rope and bagging and the production naturally was condition machinery matter manufacture- of compelled cotton harrow occasioned that Itrequires strength d diminished Farmers continued to cultivate it however and those who had large quantities on hand at the close of the war were made rich by the enormous prices paid Tins caus ed a large production during the next year or so but hemp growing again de creased by reason of the jute a weak interior fibre grown in India and other hot climates which bjlng almost free from duty caused a great decline in prices on hemp Up i o this time there was a great demand for hemp however as it was used to make ropes for all kinds of hoisting machinery rigging on ships and many other articles but the invention of the wire rope gave hemp another severe blow and the production again declined Then came the twine bind er which caused another leap forward in the amount of hemp produced It was soon found that this could be made of sisal and jute and the hemp producer again became lukewarm The present value of binder twine alone annually consumed in the Unit ed States is about 75000000 Many of the largest factories have been compelled to seek other material for the reason that the supply of hemp was byno means assured they would not make arrangements to manufac ture goods of hemp for the reason that the supply would more than like ly fall short and they would be left with the bag to hold as an old say ing puts it In the meantime many other uses have been found for hemp and noth ing has ever been discovered that will give as great satisfaction for the be forenamed purposes other material being used only because hemp fiber could not be supplied in sufficient quantities hand labor and lack of la bor the supply too uncertain There is always a demand for hemp and mills cordage facto ries and other industries are ever on the alert for it Hempbreaking consists of the tiber from the stalk or hurd as the negro calls it It is done alto gether by negroes with clumsy wood en brakes consisting of a frame with three stationary wooden blades and two smaller blades working on a pivot or hinge The same method prevails in every hemp producing country This work generally commences in January The average hand can break and clean about one hundred and twen tyfive pounds In olden times a ne gro could break an average of two hundred and fifty pounds Hemp has an an erect stem more or less branch and the leaves are five fingered It bears yellowishgreen blooms Hemp stalks are hollow or only filled with a soft pith which is surrounded by a tender brittle sub stance consisting chiefly of cellular tissue with some woodyfiber called shove or hemphurds On the out side is the thin bark composed prin cipally of fibers extending in a parallel direction along the stalk with an out er membrane or cuticle The plant probably orignated in Asia From Herodotus and other writers we find that the ancients made hempen garments as fine as those made of flax Finer linens are found on the oldest mumies than are now made in any country Many of our older citizens remember how the Negro slaves clothing was made from hemp fiber the mens clothing con sisting of shirt and pants while that of the women was made in one piece or dress which came a little below the knees and was tied about the waist with a belt The United States Government has issued several compilations on the pro duction of fiber The fiber from flax ramie and hemp plants produce fabrics far superior to those from cotton and the displacement of the fabrics made from these fibers by cot ton has been of comparatively recent date and only since the introduction of laborsaving machinery notably the The very best land is required to grow hemp Virgin soil sown to hemp can be followed by the same crop for many years as only about 15 per cent of its substance is taken from the soil and 85 per cent from the atmosphere This makes it more desirable than any other crop It is sown by drills or sometimes broadcast the same as wheat About one bushel of seed is used to the acre and it requires no It costs less to raise an acre of hemp than an acre of cotton and the hemp produces on an average about four times as much fiber It ma tures in three months and when dark gray seed can be found in the head it is ready to cut In some places it grows to a heighth of fifteen feet but the average crop is about seven to nine feet It is cut close to the ground with a scythe hook or machine and is spread thinly on the ground It re quires care to keep it from tangling It lies on the ground until the leaves wilt and is then taken up and shock ed In November it is again spread on the ground the rains and freezes the stalks and loosening the lint so that it can be easily removed When sufficiently rotted it is again taken up and placed in small cone shaped stacks these stacks resembling an Indian village or camp While all this work is hard yet the main labor comes in breaking the hemp This work is sohard that men will not do it if they can find other employment The farmers rather than take chances on being forced to let their crops de cay field have planted other importation- cf keeping certain cotton cultivation rotting inthe Kentucky separating gin crops knowing they would not get as much in return but being afraid of losing their time work and money spent in raising hemp Now that this obstacle has been removed and a ma chine proved beyond the peradven Sure of a doubt that it will break and clean the hemp far better than can be done by hand a revival of the hemp production in Kentucky it is claimed will come and many dollars will be put into the Dockets of farmers who are now making a handto mouth living simply because they cannot get hands to prepare their bestpaying crops for the market The value of raw fiber now import ed into the United States amounts to from forty to fifty millions of dollars annually and of manufactured goods hundred millions of dollars The duty on manufactured goods is about 40 per cent while that on raw fiber is com paratively nothing Here is an for our Kentucky statesmen to greatly benefit their country by put ting raw fiber on the high tariff list For a number of years two brothers Messrs W A and A M Shely formerly of Lexington Ky but now of Chica go have been working on the hemp breaking machine outlined by their ancestors so it may be seen that the new method is not the work of a day They finally completed the machine and sent out for all kinds of hemp to make the test in the factory where itwas built This proved so successful that a conpany was foimed of which James E Keith of Chicago is presi dent and who is now here witH the machine In operation near Lancaster Garrard being the largest hemp pro ducing county in the II A B Marksoury Son induced the cum pany to bring the machine here and it has proved beyond any doubt that it will do all the inventors anticpated In previous attempts at breaking hemp Dy machinery the have been the machine endwise and as a matter of course the tiber became tangled clogging the ma chinery In this machine it is fed ultaneously and is also scutched by the same revolving bars The fiber comes out perfectly clean and The machine is driven by an ordi nary traction engine which hauls it about the field or country as easily as the common is moved At present the machine is doing the work of one hundred men per day but the an ordinary machinist can operate it which there is none now in the United States excepting one or two making coarse toweling It is not necessary to go into details of what a benefit this will be not only to Kentucky but to the entire country Instead of driving labor it will attract itwhere the hemp is grown I brokenfrom atsolutely entirely Ihempfiber inthe opportunity INT PAINT PAINT House Paint Floor Paint Roof Paint and WAGON PAINT IN ALL COLORS OIL Paint and White Wash Brushes will save you money on all kind of Pants 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 Cattle Food Feed your chickens Standard Poultry Food and you will get lots of EGGS Robinson N 1111 IfU t t f i f CARRIAGE LINSEED IVe I i and I n Haselden ttMWJ 1MV WIJI4 tMI1 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 1250 to 5000 We know how to take your measure and guarantee to fit and please you We represent the date tailoring establishments The Globe Tailoring Co Cincinnati M Burn Co Chicago Murphy Bros Chicago Lanm Co Chicago Illinois Tailoring Co Chicago LOGAN f A 1I SJPEaJf1IIIJTG III Merchant I I followingupto T glMftlPlai p0 1 iM Ha 1111h1 Get our prices on before you buy our line is complete Hoosier Corn Planters and Drills Riding and Walking Brown Cultivators The best on the market today Sole Agents for American Fence MOUNT ELK1N We are agents for Hammar Paint we GUARANTEE it If it doesnt wear to suit you we will REFUND in CASH the entire cost of Material The price is only 1 25 per GaEion R E McRobertis ITI W l Ii Buggies and Harness I Ic r f V V1 t t S JV v c ft JMV Jesse D Insurance Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard Kentucky who may be insurance against fire lightning and Tornado Kone but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest possi ble rates are guaranteed Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel IRON FENCE CHEAPER THAN WOOD county Agent seeking We Sell Iron Fence MANUFACTURED DY The Stewart Iron Works Company sa CINCINNATI OHIO Wlmne Fence recoireil tho Illeliont Award Gold Medal Worlds Fair St Louis lau most economical fence you can buy Price less than a rewpectalrie fence Why not replace your old one now with a at IRON FENCE 0 y The neat Ir e coal Over 110 designs of J run Iron Flower Setteesetc sbon in our catalogues 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BURROWS- W C FISH E L WOODS IlmEoroIts ARNOLD- J B Commenced Business July 1OOI We solicit your patron age and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us I Our are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casual ity InsuranceII III Customers RgeORDj- iioojiq LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky a SecondClass Mall Matter I Lancaster Ky April 14 1905 I A New York preacher is to be tried by the officers of his church on the charge of kissing one of his congrega tion a beautiful young widow The fact that he did so is conclusive proof of that ministers good sense and well venture to say the howl against him was raised by some of the sour faced old sisters whom no man would get within fifty feet of President Roosevelt is spending soy eral weeks hunting in the wilds of Colorado If he meets a bar well wager a stack of chips that he will run even better than he did last No The son of Jesse James the famous bank robber has taken up the study of law A much easier and far less exciting method of following in the footsteps of his notorious Pa That preacher who said the stage exerts a greater influence than the pulpit had more than likely heard some of his own Hock criticising his sermons PAINT LICK Miss Nancy Terry of Richmond was with home folks Sunday Messrs It II Batsun and Jas Smith of Lancaster were here Sunday Mrs Minnie Jennings spent Friday in Richmond with Mrs C Hamilton Miss Alice Ferguson of Louisville is with Mrs Martha Ely as her trim merW V Watts and S S Parks of Rich mood spent Sunday with Mr John B Parks Miss Lois Casenburg has been the guest ut Miss Louella Arnold at Mrs Gilbert Wilson and son George are guest of her parents Dr and Mrs N Mays Mr Walter Hammack is at home again after a lengthy visit to friends in Texas Mesdamcs Annie Adams went to Berea on business last Saturday Roger Rucker left last Monday for Lexington to attend Miss business college Mrs Jno Ballard of Lancaster has returned to her home after a visit to Mrs Mary A Best Mr T C Adams and Miss Margaret Shugars of Lancaster visited Miss Liza Rucker last Sunday Miss Jennie Parks has returned from Washington where she has been visiting for several weeks Miss Young of Nicholasville at tended the wedding and is the guest of Sirs Robt Guyn Miss Vayd Lee Maret has returnee home in Bryantsville after a visit to Her aunt Mrs Pattie Engleman The little Misses McWhorter Lancaster have been the visitors of Misses Ethel Emma and Ora Estridge Misses Alma and Mary Lear have for their guests this week Miss Wealdey of Shelbyville and Mrs Ed C Games of Lancaster We now have a dentist in our town Dr A M Helm will be here on day and Thursday of each week lIe comes highly recommended and we trust the people will give him a trial PREACHERS F1LLE Born to the wife of Mr Geo Calson a line boy Mr P E Parrish has been sick for several days Will Elmore sold two nice heifers to J M Cress for 3 ccnts Mr Geo Lawson was here Sunday on his way to Stanford Rev is in Williamsburg on business this week W II Brown bought several fat hogs here last week for 1J cents Mrs VIrgil Traylor was able to come to Preachersville last week Mr G W Evans who has been in Florida this winter has returned home Mr J B Hutchins and wife were Rev Wm McHutchins and family last week Mr Geo Miller who got his foot so badly hurt some time ago was here Saturday on business Misses Carrie and Mary Thomson and Brown were visiting sirs Susie Cress Saturday Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson was in Danville last week where Miss Ella is having her eyes treated Mr Cummins and wife of Stan ford were with their fathorand mother C Cummins Sunday Mr Levy Sowder was taken real sick lost Friday Dr Acton was over to see him but he is much better now Rev F I Rogers has returned from Madison County and is with his son Mr J P Rogers he will return to in a few days Frightful SulTerlnc Relieved Suffering frightfully from the poisons of undigested food C G Grayson of Dula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pills with the re salt he writes that I was cured All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative 25c at R E McRoberts guaranteed jm f i CNl ssillccl fear r B Lancaster Pattie Enleman and ThosOwens visit- Ing Miss ITalile J F Mrs II Oklahoma virulent properties drugstore sy r OW JC I Al iteelcl9 Denton Guv11 Cor Wed Strand 4 Inc nets Mr It D Bullard has been visiting relatives In Madison Mr and Mrs Sam Haselden spont Sunday in Lancaster with relatives Mrs W A Pettus visited friends at Preachersville and Stanford last week Mr and Mrs R L Jennings of have been visiting relatives here Mr and Mrs James Robinson of visited Mr and Mrs W J Hogan recently Becker Glass have been deliver ing hemp seed to Jessamine parties at 175 per bushel Mr Tom Adams who has a position in the bank ac Sardis Ky is at home for a short visit Mr Jeff Dunn sold a cow to Mr J C Johnson for 40 also ahorse to Mr J M Smith for 115 Mr and Mrs Henry Tomhnson were in Lexington last Thursday to attend the funeral of Mr Ob Grimes Mr and Mrs Mote Scott Miss Mamie Ballard Messrs Jeff Dunn and B F Patton were in Lexington Monday There will be preaching at the Meth odist church Sunday morning and eve ning by the pastor Rev W Welburn Mr R D Moore sold a horse to Chea ter Fitch of Jessamine for 125 and bought one from Will Vanderpool for 130 Miss Pauline Arnold who is attend ing State College spent from Friday until Monday with her sister Mrs B P Swope Mr and Mrs Colby Jenkins were called to Georgetown Tuesday by the serious illness of Mrs Jenkins The Ladies Aid Society af Lancas fr Christian church will have a sale the first week in Slav Call at Mount Elkins and see the Mowers HYATTSV1LLE Mr John A Sanders andlittlc son Charlie visited hissister Mrs N B Ray at Klrksville Friday Mr Dan Donahue who has been vis iting his parents at Lebanon for months has returned home This city is on a boom two new dwelling are to go up shortly and of more in the near future Mr Thomas Kelly who moved from this place to Campbellsville the first of the year was here on business Saturday A feeling of the deepest gloom sorrow prevaded the entire when the sad news was proclaimed that Mrs II C Arnold died of consump lion on Tuesday morn at 210 oclock Mrs Arnold had been in falling health for a year she was a patient sufferer and bore her afflictions with that so characteristic of her She was married when quite young to Mr II C Arnold who survives her together with four sons and daughters She was a daughter of Mr Win Henry deceased one of Garrards prominent farmers and leaves one sister and one brother Mrs Jno A Sanders and Mr Richard Henry of this place She was a member of the Methodist church and being the perfection true and noble womanhood always ready to offer a kind word or commit an act of charity She was a friend to everybody In society she was a bright jewel and in the home circle a loving dutiful wife a fond and tionate mother While the separation is bitter it would be selfish to desire her return from the abode of saints to this sincursed world Funeral were conducted at the Methodist church by II Pearce of Danville interment following in Lancaster CemeteryThe Aid Society of Christian church will have a flow er sale the first week in May Call at Mount Elkins and see the flowers 3t JIAUKSHUltr Mr Jim Parks is sick Mr J A Wood has returned from The little daughter of Mr and Mrs Chas Burdett has been ill for the past three weeks Mr and Mrs T L Herring attended the funeral of Mrs Annie Loyd in Lancaster Mr Jim Sutton is repairing his house and the veranda which he is building will add much to its appearance Miss Josephine Woods from Is spending a few days at home Josephine is not over the fire scare yet which originated in the room just above her sleeping apartment She will return in a short time to resume her studies 1 have a complete and stylish line of millinery and would be pleased to have you call and see same Will take produce in exchange Mrs Mary Steadman Bryantsville The Ladles Aid Society of Lancaster Christian church will have a flowers the first week m May Call at Mount Elkins and see the flowers 3t Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caus ed me great pain suffering and anxie ty but I took Electric Bitters which effected a complete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general debility and never trouble and keep them constrntly on hand since as I find they have no equal R E Me Roberts druggist guarantees them at 50c rA flL1JE Lancaster Versailles 3t several prospects ands community fortitude off services Dr E Lancaster Colorado Herring Georgetown m C grandfather flower off C s 1 ec ale Another of Gamrd countys oldest and best known citizens to pass to his reward was Mr Joe Francis who this life aj his home near Monday afternoon Mr was in the eightysixth year of his age and had been ill for some time He was a farmer by occupation and his honest dealings with his fellowmen his warm heart and upright life had won many friends who deeply deplore his death He leaves a widow and nine children the latter being Mrs Geo Bal lew of Richmond Mrs A W Walker of Mississippi Mrs Arch Kavanaugh and Mrs Ed Price Misses Lucy and Tom mie Faucis and Messrs Jo John Alex Francis Funeral services were conducted at the Lancaster Cemetery Tuesday afternoon by Eld F M Tinder The family have the deepest sympathy in their great bereavement No Change In Time The new schedule on the L N makes no change in the running time of trains on the Rowland branch but changes their number Instead of 21 and 22 the day mixed trains are No 25 to Rowland and No 20 to Rich mond The passenger train to is No 9 now instead of No 11 and the morning train from Cincinnati is No 10 Hats Draw Large Crowd The ladies were out in full force Saturday afternoon the displays of spring headwear at the several mil linery stores The displays this Spring are far more elaborate than before and the ladies were delighted with all the stocks Lancaster has three stores all right up to the in styles and patterns Easter Market The Ladies of the W C T U will have an exchange Saturday the 22nd at the Post ONce Every thing good to eat at cut prices Easter eggs and candy a specialty Miss Fannie Bishop has several tine canary birds for sale Birds are young and in sung tf The U D C The United Daughters nf the Con federacv held their regular monthly meeting with Mrs Cabell Denny in her beautiful home on Lexington street Monday afternoon with a large attendance The meeting was unusually interesting Mrs Rob inson gave us briefly a few reminiscen ces of her own courage and sad during the Civil War Miss Fannie Doty our historian gave us a poem written about the men who en listed as Confederate soldiers from Garrard county giving the names Mrs Ed Gaines read an article on the 40th anniversary of the close of the war which I believe was the ninth of April Miss Weakly of Shelby ville kindly turnished us some appropriate music as also did the Misses Lear Our president being absent Mrs Jas A Royston presided We regret the removal of our beloved sister Sirs Dr Herring our vice president from our chapter We deeply sympathize with her children and sorrowing friends in this their irreparable loss We will miss our dear sister but God in Ills Wisdom has called her to a work more blessed than ours God aoeth all things well Mrs Fannie Farra was elected vice president to fill the Elegant refreshents were serv ed by our hostess We all felt that it was good to be there Let us be known by our deeds U D C Miss Eva Roberts of Richmond will be at the Mason Hotel April 27th and 28 with a full line of embroidery material battenburg point lace etc Also stamping outfit and a full line of stamping patterns New designs of all kinds She will be glad to have the ladies call 2t RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT To Joe S Robinson Whereas an All Wise Providence has seen fit to remove from our midst our brother Joe S Robinson in the church and Christian Sun day school be it Resolved 1st That we deplore this great loss but humbly bow in submis Resolved 2nd That this Church and Sunday school has lost a wise pro ficient helper and counsellor Resolved 3rd We as a body our sympathy to his bereaved wife and family and recommend his noble Christian character to the Church Sunday school and all citizens at large Resolved 4th We ask that these resolutions be spread upon the minute book of tills Sunday school published in the Cenral Record and a copy sent to his widowRespectfully submitted f W O Rigney Committee B F H Batson To the Insuring Public Having had a loss under policy No FI 137708 of Home Insurance Co of New York Jesse D Wearen Agent Stan ford Ky I am prepared to recom mend the above company to you and tell you for prompt and liberal settle ments of losses there is none better and 1 dare say few as good They do not deduct one fourth from your policy 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 For further particulars in re gard to Mutual or Assessment Com panics address me M Green Murphy Kingsville Ky I have a complete stamping outfit and am prepared to this class of work in the best manner tf Mrs J W Elmore C FrMicli departed Lancaster and- I Cincinnati tosee millinery minute 2t W R experiences vacancy coworker i j j j R J companies r o S Francis R ian extend O f SEEDS Corn Millet Cane i and all kind of Field seeds I Custom Grinding t I am the market for and see me at the old Tobe Leavell stand Try my Cow Feed its better and cheap than Any class of Feed you may need in HempEtc ship tuff GASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone me at No 26 Orders will have prompt attention Your busi ness appreciated I Banks Hudson I h i i j f I I I Haines Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness g Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single trees Plows Plow Points rafjf Wire Fence Old Hickory Wagons The Best FERTILIZERS on the MARKET 5x We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you can S buy them in Lancaster S ROMANS I CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING il and discounting of invoices enables us to make CLOSE PRICES EVERYTHING I we sell which is thing usually found in a First Class Drug and Paint Store Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS Stormes Drug Store 1 j I r r x lJ ffkfJJfj 8 tL 00 fjBA t E3 8 ON riI I r a T0r ELMREI- D D D r0D p p every J I i Of course you want 3 1 The LATEST STYLES in i MILLINERY we have the Swellest Line in Central Kentucky o so s- S I 0 S S LLIE D fILLETs I 9 0 0- d a K Separate Departments Measures for clothing are taken in an apartment from Dry Goods department tf Joseph Hughes Free Exhibition of Wall Paper We have the handsomest samples ever brought to Lancaster and will be to show you what we can do in this line By a new method we can show you how the paper looks when on wall Let us show you tf Milton Sneed See Mrs Dollie Brown at store and order the Ladies Home Journal 1021tf Joseph Newest I Millinery Modes I I have just returned I from the cities with a complete stock of j7y 1 HandsoiiiG Hillinciyl H which I know ftg please you beth in Quality and Prices s3 We receive almost pf M daily New Models and Pattern Hats including many de 0 novelties Etc Mjltay Store y Miss Ada Dickerson Q Located on Public Square OM over Sweeneys Rooms rjlJgl jJjJ0 T S 0 0 C 0 S ffJgfi iilfiiffjjlglj YfjlI0I t o o Q QQ will- S are a List Your Property We are now listing fauns and other property to advertise in catalogues and papers in other You will do well to see us at your earliest convenience if you want to sell your property Hushes Swinehroad tf Money To Lend Money to lend at 5 per cent on realty in sums of not less than 82000 KytfBoarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A Uo 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Leavell r r t 1 1- c OPENING mdsome Display of New Spring Goods Our new Spring and Summer Goods have arrived and it affords us great pleasure to say to the public that larger handsomer or more complete stocks have never before been displayed in Central Kentucky All we ask to prove this assertion is an inspection of the goods Here are Two Special Bargains you Cannot Afford to Miss Beginning Monday April 10th at 9 oclock a m and continuing until the supply is exhausted we will unprecedented cut prices ham Mens 50c Shirts 35c o I r I I v f h I L 1 1Ur rV l it A Ira eAi 1mJ7 makethese 5c yard Pz tiLN GRANDti g R3196lCJCA Iliil l lave you seen the celebrated Crossett Shoes for Men THEY MAKE LIFES WALK EASY I An exceedingly handsome line of Ladies Custom Made Shoes and SLIPPERS and CANVASSinK I D Prettiest line of Ladies Fine Underwear SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL GARMENTS MERCANTILE COMPANYIn 1iadiI1 w7i1ZiiIUI IJOSEPHr rl4 I tIe r I 9e = Gossip About People N N e A Brief Mention of the Comings and Goings Ly Those Ws Are In lion Warren of Stanford was a visitor here Sunday Mrs Carrie Davidson is in Richmond visiting her daughter Mrs Z T Rice Mrs Brown and children of Nicholas vine arc visiting Miss Ada Dickerson Mr Ford of Lexington attended the funeral of Mrs Mary Reid Monday Mr and Mrs Jesse Arnold have the Hat over Dr J B Kinnairds of liceMisses Helen and hula Terrill of Richmond were visitors here Satur day Misses Annie Francis and Fannie Duty were in Danville shopping Sat urday Mrs Dr Moss of Williamsburg is visiting Mrs W B Moss Lexington V Mrs Nannie Jones of Danville the funeral of Mr Toe Francis TuesdayMr Haselden of Louisville has been visiting his brother Mr Raymond Haselden Mrs Joseph Boggs who has been visiting relatives here has returned to Richmond Middlcsooro M Moss of Lancaster is here the guest of his son Mr B F Moss Miss Bessie Mae Lear of Hamilton College Saturday and Sunday with home folks Mrs Kennedy of Lexington is vis lfiyr her daughter Mrs Hanks Hud son avenue James M Layton was up from Cir cinnati awl spent Monday night with n oiir R C 1 rented avenue RecordR Sp lIt panville I attended iii his sister Mrs J M Hiatt Mr and Mrs W G Kemper of Paint Lick were visitors here Wednesday Mr and Mrs Joseph Elsener are re ceiving congratulations over the of a little irl Sunday Miss Pauline Hocker and sister of Stanford have been guests of their aunt Mrs Mattie Duncan M Chumbley has returned horn a trip to Ohio and will fill his pul pit Sunday at the usual hours Mr John Greenleaf and daughter Miss Van of Richmond have been guests of Mrs Emma Kautfuian Mesdames J M Hiatt and J B Woods attended the Noel Sisters New York millinery opening last week in Dan ville Mrs Mary Laytons children and grandchildren gave her a surprise birthday dinner Wednesday at her old home Misses Pearl Burnside Tevis Car penter Messrs Baughman and Jack Rout of Stanford were visitors here Sunday Miss Evelyn Metcalf who has been visiting Misses Bertha and Mary Burn side has returned to her home in Lex ington Mrs Ella Stone and children left Saturday to join her husband in Cov mgton where they will make their future home Mr Jerry Respass and family left Saturday for their home in Georgia They were accompanied by Mr Fisher Herring for a visit Mr J M Duncan has returned from a months visit to his sister Mrs Simp son Elkin Mr Duncan has recovered entirely from his recent illness Mrs Susan Price one of the most prominent and greatl beloved citizens of Lancaster reached her ninetieth birthday Monday which was at the hospitable home of her son Mr W C Price in Danville An ele gant dinner was served and a most pleasant day spent Mrs Price has re markably good health and her legion C I I celebrated arrival Rev Goods We thought we would be able to close the deal for our stock April 1st but the deal did not go through so we decided to buy some Our Mr J M Logan has just returned from market where he purchased a nice assortment of Spring and Summer goods consisting of I Plain and Fancy Silks I Mohairs Cicillians and Wool Dress Goods Wash Goods Notions Hosiery Under wear Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods Shoes and Slippers 1 all of which we will offer for a small margin of profit You will find it to your interest to come and see our line of Spring and Summer goods before you buy fe Logan Dry Goods co 1 Y010101 X fg I New I o 0 0 S SI Spring Summer Goons iS I S SS S ri 0 The r 0 IT r Q and 3 J 0Q1- L of friends trust that she will be spared to celebrate many more anniversaries The Stanford Interior Journal has blossomed out in a new dress and is as pretty as a peach As we learned to read from the I J and have a deep love for the Walton boys our delight in the papers prosperity is unmeasur ableMr J A Yeager who disposed of his property in this city left this week for Tulsa Indian Territory where he will engage in business Mr Yeager is a good citizen and a fine man one we dislike to see leave The Record wishes him great success in his new home We Appreciate This Richmond Climax The Lancaster Record one of the cleanest little sheets in the State has recently pass ed it fifteenth mile stone Editor Louis Landram has been with the Record most of his time having Mr J R Marrs who died soon after the paper was started We con gratulate Brother Landram upon the success his paper has achieved and it goes without saying that there is no more popular newspaper man in the State than the gifted Editor of the Central Record Mrs Mary Jane Reid The last edition of The Central Record had scarcely reached all its readers before another of Lancasters prominent and best people Mrs Mary Reid was called to her reward She had been quite ill for some time and her death was no surprise She was the widow of the late T W Reid one of Lancasters most influential men and a prominent Odd Fellow Mrs Reid was beloved who knew her her many acts of kindness to her neighbors and acquaintances having made a host of friends who deeply de plore her death She was married in Lexington and came to Lancaster shortly thereafter their home having been made in this city ever since that time She was the first person to unite with the Lancaster Baptist church when the present building was dedicated and she was a devoted mem ber and earnest worker in the same never failing to attend the services until poor health prevented The last time she was able to go to church her son happened to be in town and was asked to fill the pulpit so the last sermon she heard was from the lips of her only boy She leaves two daugh ters Miss Julia and Mrs Hattie Wool dridge and one son Rev Chas M Reid pastor of the Baptist church in Mid dlesboro Funeral services were con ducted at the Baptist church by Rev C S Ellis and Eld F M Tinder Monday morning after which the remains were laid beside those of her husband there to await the ressurection morn when the happy family will be again united in a world which knows no parting grief or pain A Daredevil Ride Often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries Arnic Salve A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theo dore Schuele of ColumbusO caused me great pain Physicians were help less but Bucklens Arnic Salve quick ly healed it Soothes and heals burns like magic 25c at R E McRoberts druggist 1m Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of hardy roses chrysanthemums etc and you will do well to see her before placing your orders tf The Central Record goes into near ly every home in Lancaster and Gar rard county There are several buss ness establishments here who never alvertise consequently few people know they are in existence succeeded byall use Bucklens 1 i I geraniums c K Business and Bargains For sale CHEAP 75 bbls Flour Mill in good condition If interested write W E DeLaney 3t Williamsburg Ky 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 FOP Sale or Rent Store room for sale or rent given immediately J G Sweeney Exchanged Overcoats Last court day at Haseldens Rob insons hardware store Owner can have his coat by returning mine It J P Ham Bourne Ky Ward pays cash for eggs All kind of bulk flower seeds at Currey Davidsons tf Corn planters corn drills plows and harrows at less than usual prices Jtf Romans Elmore Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10 tf Locust posts for sale I P 4 7tf Dont fail to hear the Ideals on April 27th tf For sale seed Oats Call on J C Hemphill or Gabe Pres ton at Stone Xy T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the Highest cash price for same He has a fine line of staple and fancy groceries the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf Tomatoes and early Cabbage plants now ready to tf Joseph Faulconer Laugh and the world laughs with you so say the Ideals who appear at Court house on April 27th tf Wanted 100000 dozen eggs tf i B Special lot hose at lOc worth 15c Dry Goods Co 2t Hear the Ideal Entertainers in their April 27th at Court house tf Full line of straw hafe for men and boys at the Logan pry Goods Co 2t House Paints Roof Paints J Paints each the very best of made Frisbies Drug Store 4t For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel HB Northcott New patterns in Lace Curtains at t Tfe Logan Dry Goods you wish to laugh and grow Then attend the Ideal Enter talnment on April 27th at i tf We want your Paint and Varnish business we will better value for less money than anybody in Frisbies Drug Store 4t Are you going Where To hear the Ideals at Lancaster on April 27th benefit of Baptist Sunday school tf The Logan Co have just received a new Carpets and Mattings they are offering at reasonable prices 2t We are are on a deal to sell our stock in a lump but we have a larger stock than the man wants so we will our vases and fancy goods toys etc for much less than cost for the next ten days Come at once for dont delay 4 J C Thompson Agt Silk shirt waist suits 5 to 10 Silk waist and up Skirts from SI 50 Shirt waists 75c and SI 00 Call and see me in regard to your suit will charge for just the amount or work you want on your goods Hand work speciality Accordion plaiting done at a reasonable price and salts faction guaranteed It ebecca Williams vehicles Possess- Ion 2t Thompson 310tf and Plants 414 Northcott of allies Log n specialities rn it Ind 414 Court- House Lancaster ods 150 500 v C C Co- Do handsome closeout bargains tt to i PAINTS r We have received lot of boys sample suits which we will sell very cheap Logan Dry Goods Co We guarantee our paint notto peel chalk blister or forfive years If it does we will give youpaint to re paint it free of charge 4t Frisbiep Drug Store For Sale Lime Portland and Black Cement and best Kanawah Salt 414 11 B Northcott Jap alac varnish and sunproof paint to close out for less than cost 414tf J C Thompson Agt Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stones Drug Store 210tf atftLfSutnmer goods The Lwan Dry Goods Co Come to see us for pairfL We guarantee it for five 4t Frisbies rug Store We will pay 14c cash for fresh clean eggs for cold storage 4 14tf H B Northcott Brushes varnishes stains and roof paints at Stormes Drug Store 2 10tf We have just received a fresh car load 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 Wanted 10000 Ibs wool Highest market See us before selling Sacks furnished 414tf H B Korthcott We are showing a line of of Spring and Silks colors and black 2t The Logan Goods Co We can supply your every want in the paint line at the lowest prices 4t Drug Store Get our prices We will sell you plow points for 25c collar pads for 25c etc We save you money 47tf Romans Elmore Baptist Sunday school remember the Ideals appear at Court house on April 27th for our benefit tf W n 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 oar prices and have a nice yard fence Romans Elrnore Will buy a number of good country hams weight from 15 to 18 pounds tf Currey Davidson I have about 2000 fruit trees from the Tennessee Nurseries which I will sell cheap They are extra good ones U D Simpson Do You Want to sell Your Farm Now is the time to list it We are already receiving inquiries from buy ers who want possession January 1st 1906 also some want possession at any 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 logue which will soon be ready for dis tribution among our exchanges and prospective purchasers Our commis sions are no sale no pay See either of us tt H D Hughes G B Swinebroad just Th I New Spring at 2t your t e Summ r ry Fr bres come off years Inds S S of all kinds for all Dont fail to see our ChangeableSilks MANY OTHER BEAUTIFUL GOODS IWhite oo sand We guarantee to give you a better IETT ox less SPOILT than any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STORE I I JI ssrrr saa rrrrrrrrrrr s r 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 5 and 10 cent counter of which would be bargaing at 25 cents W II Ward 2t Bargains Bargains Bargains at Wards 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 Queens ware while you are in town Saturday No trouble to show goods come one and all 2t Pheaton and harness for sale Nol secondhand Or will trade for stock tf Ike M Myers Lancanter Clock and Jewelry Repairing- I am prepared to repair clocks and jewelry of all in the best Charges reasonable and satis faction guaranteed Shop over Wards store Richmond street 1m Ike P Thompson Eggs eggs From first class stock Barred Rock fifty cents for 15 eggs Perkin Duck eggs fifty ets for 13 eggs Phone 138 B Mrs C A Robinson 4t LancasterKy As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people 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 filled when promised Williams bears a good name with Lancaster coal buy ers and proposes to maintain it 9lGtf C manner Plymouth PURPOSES 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 Special Low Rates To all points in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British Col umbia March 1st to May 15 1905 Round Trip Ilomeseekers Tickets on special days Write at once for infor mation and maps to IKA F SCHUEQKE Traveling Agent Wisconsin Central Ry 407 Traction Bldg Cincinnati O Danville Louisville and Lexington florists are represented by Ed C Gaines and in ordering Ilowers for the last 10 years have disappointed no one Come subject to your he bearing all responsibility Phone 1002t Flowers Flowers Flowers I have succeeded Mr J C the handling of cut flowers All kinds of flowers and designs on short notice Get my prices Leave orders with E W Harris Logan Smith Flowers come as represented in three hours notice from Ed C Gaines Phone 100 2t 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 who has taken gold medals on Ills tailormade goods and has a patent on the front shoulder and sleeves of coats One of the best houses in Chi cago Hughes Joseph Agts Thompson- in Notice Harris f We have a complete stock of SPRING MILLINERY Everything in uptodate goods Mrs John F Lear To Th r Business Community We extend the accomo lotions of a Strong and gank of rantsvill IJrjantsville Kentucl 1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U Equipped ijanl 9 JI f llnlnlnlnlnuninimmmmm IUIIIJl11UlIIIIIUIUIUIUIIUII IIJIUIUIUIIUJUUUU11UUlUll1 l41gll Thc L Cures Catarrlial Deafress One WetUN ITxe II joint I Hlore Thau Six Month Treatment by Si eclullU In the treatment of deafness which Is ofter a result of catarrh Iloymei Immediately upon the in named membrance and the hearing begins to return at once A few days treatment will bring relief and in three or four weeks according to till severity of the case a cure will be ac complished Miss Meeks of Srattewan N Y says Ilyomei is truly wonderful I have used it but a short time and see a great change in my condition My hearing is improving rapidly and 1 had no idea I would improve so rapid ly in so short a time My breath which was so offensive to myself and others has lost its bad odor entirely I have spent a great deal of money with catarrh specialists and can truly says that six months of their treatment is not equal to one month of Ilyomei R E McRoberts li selling upon the unusual plan o agreeing to return the money if the medicine does not cure A complete outfit costs only SI 00 and consists of an inhaler that can be carried in the vest pocket a medicine dropper and a bottle of Ilyomei The inhaler will last a lifetini and there is enough Ilyomei for several weeks treatment Additional bottles of Ilyomei can be procured for 50 cents Compare this small expense with the fees charged by specialists and then remember that if Ilyomei does not c re R E McRoberts will return your money 1m Expressive Name For Indigestion II E IflcRubertH linN Simple Ilemcdy No one word better expresses the condition of the sufferer from weak stomach or indigestion than mis cry The stomach is weak and digest the food so that there is no appetite there are pains and grip acts almost n That IN Guaranteed to Cure the cannot i JUt Trouble ing in the stomach and bowels the head and back ache and the misery goes to every organ Strengthen the stomach and the digestive system by the use of Mio na This is the only stomach remedy known that gives relief by strengthen ing the stomach and digestive organs It is this principle that makes tain cure for indigestion Otbe1 medicines may give temporary relief by helping digest the food but they do not strengthen the stomach that organ gets weaker and weaker all the time- R E McRoberts the reliable retail Druggist has so much confidence in this remarkable remedv that he a cure or the money will be costs but 50 cents a box Asic to see the strong guarantee given with every box Miona is in tablet form and should be taken before each meal Other re medics for stomach troubles and indi gestion are taken after the meal decompose the good food you eat but Mi ona used before eating strengthens the stomach soothes and heals all irritation and inflammation enriches the blood and puts the stomach in such a healthy condition that it will take care of the food itscif and there will be no pain and suffering Two Important SundaY School Conventions The 40th Annual Conventihn of the Kentucky Sunday Sell jol Assooi ti will be helt at oomeiset J unis 7 8 An exce plngl strjig and intjrest ing program is being prepare Dr Chas Roads of Philadelphia Rev E V Ilalpenny of and and C Shafer of West Virginia are to be the visiting speakers Each is the General Secre tary of his State and they will come to us with wellmatur plans Every school in the state is entitled to and a large attendance is expeted The 11th international Sunday Sco l Convention mtu at Toronto Can rln June 25 27i Ab u 5 persons lilLy signified their T lis convention w 11 mark anepcch in ilie Sunday School history of A mer ica For programs or other informa tion regarding either of thes conven tions address the State Genral fury E A Fox 1 Louisville Trust Bldg Louisville Ky i i i e It a cer anD guarantee refunded and Indiana pols M r W representation iictlOU IIi ona ii- I a i If goiti Sec LEWIS Y LEAVELL President tMfM 1 1 t Ht J S ROBINSON Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The 61TIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIGNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEU Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOO- Ot A R DENNY President SURPLUS HOOO JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest s C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes VV H Kinnaird S KS Sx3xS SS S SxS3 xSx I Electrician 5007 Midi 211 Electrimont 221 Gretchcn 224fPrince H2i34Leta 223 own brother to Grateful 2rJ7 5 in list Electrician is a Brown Stallion 15 34 hands 1 high Standard Reg I- He is by Electioneer 125 sire of ICG dams of 125 he by X Hambletoulan 10 sire of 40 dams of 118 he Abdullah j x sire of 3 dams of 7 Kent mare by Imp Elec x- X triclans let dam Rebeecadam of 224 x- Ariaua22i Hussenole JuW etc Rebecca by Gen ficiiton 1755 sire of 21 dams of GS he by Jim Scott 83fi sire of 2 Lade Ben ton by Grays 10 Second dam dam of Clifton Bell 2r4 Idella 2M and Chimes Bell sire of Van X 2 dt209 she by Abdallah Star Third dam Emma Mills X 3 sires etc by American Star 14 x Electrician is a royalbred horse fine style and action with great He a horse that posses great speed and gameness although his record is 221 he repeatedly showed miles In 215 A number of his get has for roadsters bringing from tOO to 1500 As most of his colts are with line action style and size I can recommend him as a great stock horse Will make the season on same conditions and same X- as Clay King at the fee of flPTEEN DOLLARS X Clay King 2964 RECORD 227 34 S Tom Phair 217 Nellie Bruce 218f Clay Wilkes Daisey The Guard 225 The Raven 22G Justin M 2 2C Dorado and eight others with records of better 5 than 30 alt trotters but Dick Wilson pacer By King Clay 594 Sire of Miss Lida 210 Marble 214 Claymore 217J 4EoU219JiKlngbrIno22o Doc 2254 Edgar 2r2S Queen ietc 1 dam Amy 2 014 by Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay King X Sire of St Julian 211 14 St latrlck 214J Xi othere sons have sired 175 and laughters have produced Dick 212 Stroogwood X Homestake214M etc x 2 dam Belle Brandon by Hambletoula 10 Dam of Amy 22011 Gov Sprague220 38 Wllmar 229 11 of 2 and sire of 2 Sire of George Wilkes Electioneer r Happy Medium Harold etc dam Jenny by Young Bacchus 4j King 594Sirc of Clay King is a son of Harry Clay 45 dam Modesty 2SGU by Tom Wodder 147 2 dam Star dam of American Star 143 dam by Em mous Duroc Clay King with kind of stud would today be in the first fight of successful sires of extreme speed stud is begun and there is not ahorseman Blue Grass State who does not regard him wonderful sire of early anti extreme man at the Lexington has seen his get accomplish what has never been done by the produce of they have seen his yeaning step quarters In So 14 second and qualities as those of any sire ever quartered In Kentucky King will make the season of 1905 at the feed and sale stable of W B Burton in Lancaster at the low price of TWELVE DOOLLAKS and FIFTY CENTS A to insure a living colt A lien retained upon the foal to so 4 cure the of the season All care be taken to prevent accidents to stock intrusted to our care but should any occur we will not be respodsible for the acme W B Burton 4j 8K 8 x fc I 4 T 4 I I f T 4 i t t Hit t f j I I I I I I I I t t t I It I I I I I O O O O O O O O O 00000 0000 00 I493 1 I O o o o o o o o o o o o o O Race Record 224 14Sire of h B NoR d i darn rl een Sire of Dick Wilson 205 The 210 C 21M 221 2277 and grtlnddam of Maid 212 I by ret I lO representatives 5 F frst t t v i 2 1 of is lUng 2l7f til3tl i as- a Turkeys Becoming t circer City dealers in turieys says a ex change report that these succulent birds are growing scarcer with a ra pidity that will soon leave the United States like England bare of them quite There was a time when wild turkeys nourished in Great Britain They are passing here as they passed there domestic descendant will soon follow The cause Is the amount of land it requires to raise turkeys A turkey demands as much range as a Texas steer The result is that the breeding of them has moved further and further South till soon Texas will in fact ha their chief habitat New England was the great turkey country foixi long time then owners of small farms found that other products paid better and the turkey business has been gradually pushed southward where the wide range is more easily obtainable In twentyfive years say some of the big turkey men there will be practically no turkeys in this country He Makes It Pay Large farms are not always econom illy managed But it is said of the big farm of David Rankin of Missouri that the owner makes it pay lie has leading physicians said that W M of Pekin la had ic curable consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Kings New cry for Consumption Coughs and Colds kept him out of his grave He 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 scientific cure for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure prevent veof Pneumonia Guaranteed 5 J and 81 00 bottles at R E erts drug store Trial bottle free 1m CERT PICATE Reextending Charter TREASURY DEPARTMENT Ollice of tile Comptroller of the Currency Washington D C April 8 1905 WHEUKAS by satisfactory evidence presented to time undersigned it has been made to appear that TiiK NATIONAL BANK OK LANCASTER located in the City of Lancaster in the County of Garrard timid State of Kentucky huts complied with all the provisions of the Act of Congress to enable National Banking Associa tions to extend their corporate and for other purposes approv ed July 12 1882 as amended by the Act approved April 12 1902 Now therefore I William B Ridge y Comptroller of the Currency do hereby certify that TilE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER located in the City of Lancaster n the County of Garrard and State of Kentucky is authorized to have succession for the period specified in its amended of association namely until close of business on April 81025 in testimony whereof wit ness my hand and seal of 1 ShAL I ollice thi Eighth day of April 1005 WM B RIDOELY Comptroller of the Currency Charter No 193 Extension No GG14 Our charter having been re for another twenty years the accounts of the people of Garrard and vicinity Thanking for their past patronage we desire a con tinuance of their business in the fu ture We have been a National Bank for forty years and have been granted re extention for another twenty years Call and see us when in town make our house your headquarters R Kinnaird INURftNGfi RepreseDtiiMloiiDi Companies Aetna Queen Palatine National Hartford Conueticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Glob North British Mercliautilee v o J Last hope Vamiialaed t existence articles t A Card extended we solicit RespectfullyS Mlla LifO Ins Co I3r1for When MeELt i them r iF Ci if Most Select and Largest Yielding Sorts Mammoth Rod Cob White Dent large white GOLDEN KINGThe best early large yellow Full stocks of other superior sorts Write for list and prices and your Crops BLUE RIBBON SEEDS 1 to use AWARDED oem BEIIAL ST Loris sail DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmen LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY U I Are llay1 the most t Largest stocks of Vegetabte and Flower S etc TI The Izugest and most satisfactory Coca I I improve Alfalfa Rape hsss and Cluvcr Seeds Seal Iatatoes Peas Soy Beans Millet Sorghum t I i STRANGE ADVICEi 5 Dr G G Green alert attention to his great humanitarian contract IIn our Almanac for many years past we ted colds throat or lung troubles or consumption We have told them if they did not any special benefit after the use of one 75cent bottle of German Syrup to consult their doctor qWe not ask them or urge them to use a large number of bottles as is the case in the advertising of many oUter remedies Our confidence in Gem man Syrup makes it possible for us to JVe know by the of over 35 years that one 75cent or cure the worst coughs colds bronchial or lung troubles that even in bad cases consumption one large bottle of German Syrup work wonders JNew trial bottles 25C size 75c At all druggists 25000 acres 22115 arc under cultiva tion It is estimated that it take more than 125000 a year to run it Mr Rankin employs about 300 men and uses ZOO horses and mules in his farm work Rankins greatest pride is his cornfield It runs a mile and a half and is a mile wide lie is the man who said he would never sell a bushel o corn he produced lie feeds it to live stock and markets it that way He says it is the only way to get its value The value of cattle sold annually from the Rankin farm amounts to a round 300000 The ltlht Name IN DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve cools soothes and heals cuts burns boils bruises piles and all skin diseases K E Sickefoose Adolph W Ara 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 Salve in time world Beware of counterfeits Sold by R E Mcllobeits lm AVoii a Name of Fame DeWitts Little Early Risers the famous little pills have been made famous by their certain yet harmless 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 A Tried ami True Prlriiil 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 tint it has proven itself to be a tried and true friend to the many who use it E Fenner Marion Ind says Coughing and straining so weakened me that I run down in weight from US to 92 pounds After trying a number of remedies to no avail One Minute Cough Cure entire iy cured me Sold by R E McRoberts lm Forget About Your Stomncli If Jour 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 cqual to Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Kodol digests what 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 ThatSmooth Finish So much desired by all men for their collars is given at this Laundry If you want evidence send us a trial bundle We will call for your work M N LAUNDRY 51 W Main St Phones 202 Lexington Ky H T LOGAN Agent Lancaster Kentucky CLIFF HOME FARM Madison Dare 2162 By Chester Dare No 10 dam Nancy L 2847 by On Time 745 Bay horse 15 hands high foaled May 1902 Madison Dare is a horse of great style and action with plenty of bone and size carries good tall and is a great fronted horse Goes the five gaits re quired and proveoTto be a show horse last year as a 2 year old Will serve approved mares at FIFTEEN DOLLARS to insure a living colt Mares kept at three Dollars a month at risk Not fur accidents butcareful personal attention to all stock sent to our W J E Higgiubotbaio Aforcellus J y Cv have given unusual advice to those ve experience bottle German Syrup will relieve 11 regular heal- Ing I Mrs restrecuperates preparation five owners tl 1 1 eSIZ 4 DeW lii Gertrulc l gillbe- taking wand s ass L d K 1O 0 Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by B E McROBESTS Lancaster Ky u Darkness Black Stallion 16 hands high sired 2nd by Woods Red Lion King Den marks 1st dam by TodhnntersSirWallace 2nd darn by Old Drcnnon tion You will see from above thathe is one of the best broil Saddle Stal lions in the country He is a sure foal getter a great breeder and his colts are all selling for good You can make no mistake by breeding to this horse Will make the season of 190J at my stable one mile north of Buckeye on Buckeye and Lancaster pike at only ro 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 BURDJNE JACK Black Tuck 15 i hands lihrh sired by Mltehel JAck lie liy Black Hawk lie by an Imported Jennet this Jack lias hnd oou to sell at to 0 at weaning time Will make the Season Ht the low price of 6 for horse mule 8 for mure mule HUBBLE he by Joe he by Tom Keen This Jack is one of the finest younsJacks in Kentucky Dontfall to see him lie will season at EIGHT DOLLARS Roth of these Jacks will make the season atmy stable l mile below Buckeye under theterms to insure n sound am all right Money duo when mare is or bred to otlifr stock Not responsible for accidents should city occur Phone nl residence W T NOEL Buckeye Zy Paragon 2291 4 Bay Horse 16 hands high Sired by my BIRD 5060 1st dam On by Florida 4S2 of Grace Bond 203 2nd dam Lady limn by Hambrino 20 dam of Winter 212 etc 3rd dam Wilily by Ablaud 17 4th dam Mainbrino Urltton fith dam kit by Sir Walter Jay Jllrd 50XJ sire of Hawthorne 2OGJ Aller Itird 210 Invader 210 and one hundred others Wilks 51U dam Liidy Frank by Mnmbriuo Star S n very liiUHlsome Individual fine size aud style with extreme action and speed Ills sire Bird is out of greatest living sires and that his blood breeds on is shown by the filet that his sons have sired over 21C standard performers Inclndiiit Locandn 2 Susie J 20ii McUresor Kagle Flani an many other 2iu performers while raniBouii Oneliln 2i7 Is till grand dam of Grace Bond 2 094 the greatest racln the trotting turf ever seen anti his second dam Ham is the dam of HawthorneOflV Kd Winter 212 etc You will see from theabove that Paragon is one of tli4 best bred horses and there is no reason he should not become one of Jay lOrds greatest sons Ills record is no measure of his as he eould trot in 21 or better Should Para BOH fail to get a trotter he is a horse such line conformation size action title and linlsh that his get will certainly command fancy for high and carriage horses which 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 lOOiat my stable three miles north of Buckeye on unIt Lancaster pike at Twelve Dollars and Fifty Cents to insure a living colt sound anti all right A lieu on colt to secure service Season due if mare Is part ed with or bred to other stock Car e taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should aJ Forrest Stall p Buckeye Ky Highland Stock ParrI offer this season the service of BLACKBURN This combined harness and saddle Stal lion will make the present season atthe Highland Stock Farm Buckeye Ky at 10 to Insure a Living colt which is less than any horse of his breeding is standing for in the DESCRIPTION AND PKDJOUEE 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 GrafIonian by Administrator by Risdyks Ham bletonian 2nd dam by Bronaugirs Denmark by old Denmark by Imp Hedgeford Senator dam was by Bentons DIomede 2nd dam by thoroughbred Graftonians dam Delia by Millions Copper Bottom 2nd dam Gyp the of Grafton by Kavanauuhs Grey Eagle 3rd dam oy Masons Whip 4th dam by Jim Allen Senator Blackburn took premiums at Maysville is Sharps burg Germantown IIus tonvllle Lexington Chicago and wherever he was shown lie was the combined in the United States Ills colts took premiums Many of his colt were never beaten One colt was sold for and Senator Blackburn was sold for and he is living today and breeding on BILL COOPER Bill Cooper is a black Jack with white points and is one of time 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 last year for 75 He is 5 years old and will make the season at thelow price of 700 for a living colt Grazing at 2 00 per month and care but will not be responsible for accidents should any occur Lein re ained according to law Money due in all cases when mares are parted with or bred to another horse or jack No business on Sunday at residence No 187 A C MILES Buckeye Ky m of Squirrel perfect Warrior betmuk Ida 2 17 2 4 tOll td Earl I e rge t ery 03 In07 m 1 i ihl wh ou occur count y best stallion wherever shown 1800 1500 hone s w t 5 1st ritim 7i amt grand liv 2 ie 2O7 lttt C Eilackbur aken WSFPSIA tLir DIGESTS YOU EATThe 100 bottle cUI1s ttm s th trial ztre for 50 cents PREPARED ONLY AT THE tASORATOSY C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL WHATS 214 whIch sells o- rE I GoiddustM Full Brother to Estelle 219 14 Sired by Zilcadi Golddust J400 by 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by Zilcadi an Imp Arabian stal lion Dorsey Golddusts dam is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a son of Gulfs Morgan making him an in bred Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on sides the best family of road horses known Dorsey Golddust is a dark bay black points full 15 hands weighs 1200 Ibs A proven and uniform breeder of high class road and eastern horses combin ing all the qualities for harness and saddle and are in demand at top prices The champion saddle and combined of the American horse shovs1902 04 Jack 0 Diamonds standto his credit 12 of his colts have sold for over 14000 in the past two years Ills service Is offered for less than any horse of his producing quality in Ke n tucky Will stand at my farm miles from Stanford Ky on Ilustonville pike at Money due when colt or mare parted with by breeder Mares kept at lOc per day on grass No respnnsi bility for accidents or escapes The best of careful handling given Addres- sF REID Stanford or Danville Ky Will make the season of mien on forum onemile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye andLancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt up and all right A lien retained until seasonmoney is paid Money title when tin man istraded or bred to other stock Cure taken toprevent accidents but not responsible shouldany occur Chester 8 years old 16 hands lUsh a dark chestnut sorrel He is thehighest of finish plenty of courmre butperfectly kind saddle und harneisa model in form possessing that won derful style of the family which the world acknowledges as sup enor to nil H3 n show has himself a No 1 breeder and his colts are sellivg to Eastern buyers for Rood prices Iedisired by the famous Chosterdare Xo 10 X S II R he Black Siiirrel IK bv libukEagle TJhe by King William G7 he Yn liiiiton Gl he by Guinea Denmark 01 thaIhe by race horse F S by imported Chester Sqiiirrers dIttO TeleY nnouiit known as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered by all to Uone of the greatest brood snares in Kentuckv Fuse Jack at the same time and place I will stand my young Jack- S JOHN MORGAN Jr at S j J10 for mare mule or 10 for Morgan Jr was sired by Johnhe by and Is out of an imported VrK Jr out of bvJoe Blackburn 3r l Prince he bv 2ml Prince 1st dam Daisy bv nixie she by irvin Dixie bv inddam Nellie ray by Lord rd damby Importer He is Ly hands histh solidwith white IlnUaNo breederhis colts brought from s to wu at teat tact fall T O HILl BUCKEYE KY FOR TflX Monday April 24 1905 Belli the first day of the April Term of the Garrard County Court I will between the hours of 9 oclock AM and 4 oclock I M in front of the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell at Public out cry to the highest and best bidder for cash in baud the following lists or j so much as will pay Taxes 19C4 costs and penalty As fast as payments are made the names will disappear Tin amount set oppo site each name includes Tasus G per cent Pen Shy and Costs of Advertising owing by each of naiil delinquents LANCASTER WHITE DISTRICT XO I Austin Leon 125 acres 34 00 Doty E K J4 acres 445 Huffman Forest 28 acres G 80 Perctll Susan 77 acres jo 25 Philips Jim 14 acres 4 jr L4S acres 2495 LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT Xo 1 town lot 4 90 Anderson Hampton 1 town lot 7 85 Bell Wm 1 town lot 585 Blanks Jane 1 town lot 415 Burden Bob 7 acres c 25 Fish Boyce 1 aore 4 9 Gill Ellen 1 town lot C5 Harris John 1 town lot 570 Hlatt Seymour 1 town lot 530 Hudgens Mary 1 town lot 3 C5 JennlDRS Louis 1 town lot 500 Jones James 1 town lot 520 Leave George I town lot 4 05 McRoberts Mandy 1 town lot 2S5 Middleton Bob I town lot 495 Middleton Ed 1 town lot 575 Miller Jim 1 town lot 5 oi Miller Alex 2 town lot s 91 Myers Jesse 1 town lot 520 Palmer Sis I town lot 415 Robinson Harve 1 town lot 3 10 Salter heirs I town lot 3 c Salter Caleb 1 town lot 575Taylor Lusy 1 town lot 415 town lot G 80 BRVANTSVJLLE WHITE DISTRICT Xo 2 Ball John 50 acres 3 oo Boner Mary C 5 acres 310 Dunn Theo 3 acres Early Willie 2 acres Hudson II G 212 acres 3755 Johnson J C 3 acres 4 CO Preston Mrs Susie 1C acres G 30 Sherrow Mrs Sallie 1 acre 2 DO Woods Rich 4 acres 415 Gi- BRYANTSVILLE COLORED DISTRICT Xo 2 Caldtvell Harrison acre Cegar Wm 1 acre 405 Cochran Frank 4 acres 510 Cochran Henry 8 acres 4 45 David John 1 kcre 4 30 4 45 It Dorsey Mor an bol gelcIi ng 0 2 l to Insure a Colt Chester Squirrel I ree e big horse mule lInllt John John lte Illln ton Sheriffs Sale S ON J Simpson J 4 Ware Joe I 4 10 U1nu acre j I i l s g l g f oft I 20 Iising HIS orse iS raph and Ilor p by oiatis Adams leie 1 nit2 lit6 Tom 1 I There is no case on of a cold resulting in Pneumonia or other seri lung trouble after had been taken It stops the heals the lungs and pre vents serious results from a coldDo not take chances on a away or experiment with some un known preparation that costs you the same as Foleys Honey and Tar Remember the name and get the genuine A Severe Cold for Three Months The following letter from A J Nus baum of Batesville Jnd tells its own story I suffered for three months with a severe cold A druggist prepared me some medicine aud a physician scribed for me yet I did not improve I then tried Foleys Honey and Tar and eight doses cured me Three sizes 5c SOc 100 The 50 cent size couains two and onehalf times as much as the small size and the 100 bottle almost six times as much SOLD AHD RESGIBFtiEKDED BY- e For sale bv CC JE Stormes FOR WEAK WOMEN AND CURE THE RUNG3 C J ISO o PneununUIon record Ious sl d TAnttll ccughand coldwearing J frIERCEt ii tlJJtJlmriWj n u 1 COUC rJ WITH Dr Kings tJeW I rLJjf4fl I I L ULLTHE FOR cONSUMPTiON OUGHS and OLDS Price SOc S 100 Free Trial v I K K R Surest and Quickest Cure for all Dunn Louis l acre t Kmbry Henry 2 acres Graves Mat 1 acre Jacksou Harry 1 Here Kennedy Peter 1 acre i Leavell Louis 1 acre Roach Lucy 3 acres Heady Cyrus 1 acre Smith lien 1 acre r- Simpson Go sores 7 Smith John acres Tarrance Jane 4 acre Warrln Julia 1 acres BUCKEYE WHITE DISTRICT Xo 3 Burton John X It 2ft acres Irvine John 4 Q 1 acre 4 70 Murphy Wm 2 acres 4 Powers Mary B Ill acres js Rav Mike 5 acre Simpson J L I act BUCKEYE COLORED DISTRICT NoS Kennedy Mary 1 acre n rPAINT LICK WHITE DISTRICT NO I Aldritlge Dick i acres i Bird Green 5 acres 4 j Bird Mack 40 acres r 70- CambellWm 57 acres 7i Carpenter Dave Hrs SO acres Davis L II S acres Hicks Charley 100 sores 71- Halcomb John 3C acres 1 JQ Isaacs Simon Co acics 2 E L 127 acres McCullum Hrs 40 acres Myers W A 111 acres 10 Ralston W H 1 acre Jno E 1 acre 570 Tankcrsley Heirs 13 acres Woolwlne II WSO acres 4 ro- Vater Iucluda 1 acre 4 15 PAINT LICK COLORED DISTRICT xo t Addisou Heury 1 acre io- Cheatham Milo 1 acre 370 Cook John CO 4 40 Faulkner Edle li acres 4 40 Faulkner Will 12acres Faulkner Irvine 5 acres Fox Pat 2 acres 4 j Bat 27 acres 405 Hawkins heirs 1 antis 3 50- Knvnnangli acres 4 25 Kennedy Ed 3 acres Miller Almlra 1 acre 5 5 Royston Katie 40 acres 7 35 w L Sheriff Garrard County TROUBLES 4 ai lthers J u acres Sum I J 0 i to Ii l i 100 2 o S is 2 470 5 20 Green 4 40 2 Geo I acre avid RIley crestelly s oehiler 50 serb ilapie LAWSON 0