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THE CENTRAL RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY MAY 19 1905 lit SIXTEEloTll tR NUMBER 7 W H rL Youi Never Miss the WATER til Well Runs Dry Is title of an old familiar song You had better guard missing the water by having us Fix Your Guttering f or make doubly sure fr us install a system of t- I Water Works Haselden are agents for Co PIANOS ORGANS Come see what we have in stock and what we can do for you in the r way of prices etc We cater to the most fastidious Hamilton Dunlap Successors toJA Ueazley i Co Undertaker I I I against I assuranceS I I JR I I JWItMIW- Cr I t I I JL Beazley the t l Tire a win w JoAs j I Arterial and Cavity Full line of Caskets and Burial Robes al ways in stock Undertakers Parlor Danville street just above Presbyterian church Phone 111 i Hcrndon GB Swiueliroad Herndon Swinebroad Attorneys at Law Lancaster Kentucky Office over Stormes drug store L DAVIDSONAttorney Law Office over Pol Ice Court room Prompt attention to business C CHRIS FARIS i l o n I I L J I R EIni almina 0 6 I ov- I 3 Dentist Office over Thompous store J I i1t Dan tllo s- t3a a a To the Insuring Public Having had a loss under policy No FI 137703 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 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 regard to Mutual or Assessment Com panies address me M Green Murphy Kingsville 1 dare companies Ky loco Notes Tax Notice City tax 1005 are now due and the city needs the tax and must have the money S D Rothwell- tf Tax Collector New Night Man The resignation of Policeman Slier having been accepted the City Council appointed James A Rovston as night policeman and he is now on duty as such The 1st Dist Sunday School con vention will be held at Herrings school house Sunday May 21 at three oclock p m Everybody is invited and expected to be present Walter E Moss district prest Gone West The following citizens left Tuesday for a trip through the west Lewis Y Leaven Joel J Walker II M Ballou and J T Williams They go on a prospecting trip and it is possble that one or more may locate in the In dian Territory as they all have the Western fever County S S Convention Union Sunday School Convention of Garrard county will be held in Lancaster at Presbyterian church Saturday May 27th There will be an all day session and lunch will be serv ed at noon All schools are requested to bring deiegates and reports An interesting program has been One of the most enjoyable features of the commencement exercises of the Graded School is the music furnished by the pupils of Mrs Belle Burnsides music department There are about thirty pupils and all give good evi dence of her careful and able Children will not be admitted to the commencement exercises at the Chris tian Church unless attended by their parents This is to be done in order to prevent talking and confusion usually incident to such occasions Editor Still Disabled We are again campelleed to ask the indulgence of our subscribers for lack of local news in The Record Dr Kin naird requires the editor to remain quite in order that our crippled leg may heal He says however that we will be all right in a few days when an earnest effort will be put forth to make good for lost time We have been able to go to the otlice only three times in as many weeks Graduates In Louisville Dr Marshal K Denny graduated from the Louisville Dental College last week receiving high marks and many compliments upon his faithful succesful work lIe returned home for a few days but left for Richmond Monday where he will practice his profession Dr Denny is one of Gar rard countys most promising and popular young gentlemen and has a host of friends who wish much success for The Board of Trustees of the Lan caster High School reelected J E Mannix principal with Miss Nannie Oakley Eliza Smith Amanda Ander son Olivia Sweeney Emma Wash burne and Mrs Belle Burnside as teachers The patrqns generally have been gratified with the good work done during the past session and trust that the school may continue to pros per Prof Ellis retires from the facul ty to give his whole time to preaching For County Attorney Mr Joe S Haselden tells The Record that he is a candidate for county attorney on the republican ticket and will make a fight to win Mr Haselden was licensed to practice at the Lancaster bar some years ago He is a young man of fine abilities and very popular lIe is a brother of Messrs Raymond and Sam Haselden of this city and comes from one of Gar rard countys oldest and most popular families If elected to the olllce he will perform his duties faithfully and conscientiously Closing of Graded School The closing exercises of the Lancas ter Graded School is attracting the attention of the Lancaster people this week and will continue to do so until the final entertainment next week The attendance has been on the in crease ever since the establishment of the school and this year found every department filled to overflowing with young ideas bent on learning to shoot The school never had a better year nor one with less dissatisfaction The institution has grown tosuch large proportions that it requires the most rigid economy to keep matters moving but with the splendid board of trus tees and competent teachers every ob ligation has been met promptly The program printed in the last issue of The Record has been carried to with much pleasure to the many people who attended This Thursday afternoon the Senior Class will hold appropriate exercises tomorrow the reports and cards will oe ered while theclosing work will take place in the afternoon The class ser mon will be preached by Prest J J Taylor D D of Georgetown College at the Presbyterian church Sunday night The commencement will be held at the Christian church Tuesday evening the 23rd of which due mention will be made in next issue i 8 I arranged him nomination- for morn- Ing dellv instruction e out- date exercise Jolly For Central Record The Louisville Times kindly says Louis Landram of the Lancaster Record has been editing his paper for the last two weeks while lying Hat of his back with a game leg With the exception of the fact that it has been a trifle short upon editorial the Record has not suffered ma terlally although the editor has Mr Landram is one of the most popular newspaper men in Kentucky W C T U An interesting program has been arranged for the W CT U Convention to be held atthe Presbyterian church Friday May lUth beginning at 900 a m and continuing through the day Mrs Fessenden of Boston for many years State President of the Massa chusetts W C T U is a woman of rare ability and desired that all should hear her both forenoon and afternoon As this is a county convention people from all parts of the county are whether members of the U or not Luncheon will be served at the church at noon No Details Yet The full particulars of the death of Rev Robt It West which occurred in Panama last week have not yet been received Ills son William who was with him sailed for New York some days since and is due there now The deceased joined the Fork church in September 1875 and was married to Miss Mattie Roberts in August 1882 lIe was born Dec 30th 1858 and was licensed to preach in October 1885 His parents who reside in this city have received many comforting words and letters for which they are deeply grateful Death of Major Harris Maj John D Harris a wealthy far mer and one of the best known men in the State died at his home in Thursday night after a long illness in the 76th year of his age He leaves two daughters Mrs Samuel II Stone of Louisville and Mrs Cassius M Clay of Bourbon county Major Harris was elected to the State Sen ate in 1885 and In 1887 was a candid ate for the Demscratic nomination for Governor being defeated by Gen Simon Bolivar Buckner Honor to a Lancaster Girl Miss Flonnie Hammond one of the members of last years graduating class of our High School carries off the highest honors in a class of twen ty eight at Hamilton College The school congratulates itself on this vic tory and on the further fact that had not the health of another fair mem ber of the class prevented her the last half of the year there would have been a first and second honors tor the school Lancaster grad uates stand well in all the colleges they attend and take high places in all the classes they enter This is the proper place to win for no packing of Judges by a tournament committee can prevent a victory here This has been done again and again in places they attended and other schools now begin to understand what Lancaster has long known That most tourna ments are a delusion and a fraud Our school wins in the right places the college and university HEALTH NOTICE The Laws of Kentucky and the City Ordinances of Lancaster forbid keeping of hogs in pens within the city limits after May 1st All persons keeping any hogs or pigs in pens are hereby notified by the Board of Health to remove same immediately else the law will be enforced We would urge all housekeepers to clean up their premises and put same in good sanitary condition as possible Timely attention to cleanliness may prevent sickness Our experiences in the past should be a warning to us Typhoid fever cholera and other In fectious diseases are preventable and any community that has such epidem ics is guilty of criminal negligence All complaints should be made to the Secretary of Board of Health in J B Kinnaird Pres J M Acton Seey Enjoyable Event Dear Brother Landram Our musi cal entertainment and basket supper under the auspices of I O O F Lodge last Wednesday night the 26th was a grand success both and socially We had a good crowd considering the weather they were nice and well behaved We re alized 21 45 from the sale of baskets which greatly exceeded our and we desire through the col umns of your excellent paper to kind ly thank those who assisted us First Bro Landram we wish to thank you for favors and donation and we wish to especially thank Bro son for his excellent address on Odd Fellowship and the other Brothers of Lancaster Lodge who visited us and gave us their assistance And last but not least the kind ladies of Paint Lick and vicinity for so nobly respond ing with their kind donations of well filled baskets and hope and trust that all of them that are not now under the protecting care of this great and noble in the near future be able to point with pride to the fact that My husband my fath er my son and my is an Odd Fellow Respectfully yours James R Henry Sec i I I Central matter itis WeT Richmond writing on R H Tomlin brotherhoodmay invited attendance financially expectations brother L How about the enforcement of the og law The stone bruise and sore toe will soonbe in our midst I A Big crOwd went to Cincinnati Sunday Another excursion Sunday I week Bert Marshalls Comedians who played in this city last week will play in Richmond Wednesday Thursday Friday and Saturday The farmers are very busy con sequently business with the mer chants is not overly brisk 1 have taken charge of the Danville Stage line and am prepared to convey passengers comfortably and in good time I leave Lancaster at 745 a m and arrive in Danville in time to catch all trains I give my personal attention to carrying and delivering packages trunks etc and charges are very reasonable All orders or parcels left at the Telephone Ex change or Central Record olllce will receive prompt attention- ma 13tf Susie Hatcher Death of Prominent Man His many Garrard county friends were deeply grieved to learn of the death of Col W J Wilmore of Nicholasville which occured at St Louis last Saturday morning Col Wilmore was superintendent of the Curleydistilleries Nelson for several years and at time of his death was superintendent of the distilleries owned by the combine He was a prominent leader in the Repub lican party and a widelyknown gentleman who will be greatly missed His remains were Interred at Nicholas ville Sunday Play Decent Ball v Two good games of baseball were played here Friday and Saturday the llrst between a team from Stanford and the home boys resulting in a score of two to one in Lancasters favor It was the best game of the season and enjoyed by both spectators and players alike The second game was played by the little boys team from Danville and was equally as enjoyable The game would always attract a crowd in Lancaster but a few good games get the people interested and they are then forced to look sided care less game or one filled with disgusting scrapping and bum playing Put up good gentlemanly games boys and the public will pay well to see ycu play The Danville Colored Surplice Vo calists are Coming The surplice vocalists of the A M E Church Danville one of the best trained and most celebrated choirs of the colored people in Kentucky of ten voices will entertain the Lancaster public at the Monday evening May 22nd Where ever this choir has entertained the public it has scored a great success The coming event next Monday will be one of an extraodinary casion By special request the scats to the right will be reserved for the white people Admission lOc The proceeds to be used for the benefit of the colored Methodist church of this city Chapter Organized Last Friday night a chapter of Royal Arch Masons was duly establish ed in this city the work being done by the officers of the Danville Chapter Lancaster had a Chapter many years ago but the charter was surrendered and many members united with the Danville brethren The Blue Lodge having grown so rapidly it was decid ed to re organize the Chapter and per mission was given the old name and number Lancaster Chapter No 5G and the original charter being return ed The work of the Danville team was beautiful It was under the lead ership of Messrs II G Sandifer and C N Smith who have no equals in any of the various degrees from Entered Apprentice to Knight Templar Those who came over from Danville were H G Sandifer C N Smith Jno R Yeager W Hickman Carter J A Tennyson J R Cowan J A Davis Eugene W Pope J O Crowder Ed R Dillehay A delightful and supper was served at im mers about seven oclock The visit by the Danville team was certainly enjoyed by the Lancaster members who are very greatful for the assis tance given in resuming labor The Chapter resumed work with the for lowing members W O Rigney Wm Herndon C M Chumbley G S Green leaf Frisbie J R Haselden J C Hemphill Jacob Joseph W B Mason J W Sweeny Henley Bastin J M Rothwell Alex Bishop J S Haselden Robt Klnuaird Louis Lan STONE J W Sanders sold a milk cow to A C Miles for L L Sanders sold a sow and pigs to Ed Naylor for 14 will be preaching at Scotts Fork next Sunday Sunday school was organized at Pleasant Hill last Sunday evening Miss Lottie Stone of Jessamine is the pleasant guest of her cousins Misses Mabel and Lula Crutchtield this week Mrs Lizzie Burgess handsome little John were the pleasant of Mesdames Mary A Sanders and Grow last week atCamp Ken ucky honorable ataone court house even- Ing substantial F P dram 25 Brack consisting There and son Prices for Wool This is certainly the time to sell wool if you have any of the fleecy crop We note prices in the neighbor ing counties range from 30 to 32 cents and in one instance 35 cents was paid for GOO lleeses of extra line grade wool There is money for the farmer in prices of it is good policy to sell at ruling market pricesProgram of Garrard County W C T U Convention i00 a m Devotional Services Mrs Fleecle Kinnaird 915 Business Appointment of Committees Adoption of Constitu tion Election of officers 1000 a m Introduction of visitors short addresses 1015 a ni Saobath Observance Wallace 1030 a m Childrens Hour Con ducted by Mrs Susan S Fessenden 1115 a m Y Work Miss Annie Edwards 1130 a m Evangelistic Hour Mrs Fessenden 1200 Noontide Prayer 130 p m Devotional services Mrs Kate Campbell 145 p m Narcotics from the stand point of a teacher Prof Mannix Followed by discussion 215 p m Hillsboro and Motner Thompson Rev Henry Faulconer 230 p m Our Work Mrs Fessen den Discussion 315 p m Reports of Committees Unfinished business 330 p m Question Box Mrs Fes senden 400 Adjournment MAIJKSUUKY Mr C A Robinson is sick with rheu matismMary daughter of Mr and Mrs Will Hughes is very sick Mr A D Hughes sold a cow to Mr Elkin of Lancaster for 4c per lb Mrs Tom Cecil and son Master Jim mie of Danville has been visiting her j mother Mrs Fannie Pollard Mr Tnggle bought some hogs from Jim Sutton at 4 SO per hundred he al so purchased a number of shoats from Mr Roberts at 3ic The friends ana relatives here are pained to learn of the death of Rev R R West who died in Panama We CheapFuel Cobs delivered 35c a load Banks Hudson Good present wooland Presbyterian Church Jlny 9th 1905 Mrs 0 T i i i i I I I Clydethe I i I I thebereaved I 2t business Get In the Habit of visiting The Joseph Mercantile Co Hot Weather P0 v t iJor1 O Is WilL SOON BE HR so why not be making your clothes while the days are pleasant We have Everything in Uptodate DRESS GOODS and can show you as wellselected lines as you can find in any town in Central Kentucky Fine Dress Goods Beautiful Underwear Lovely Hosiery Stylish Shoes and Slippers Pretty Parasols Handsome Gloves Lace Curtains Mattings and Carpets in fact everything to be found in a wideawake store TIIE Joseph Mercantile Go I I r r I l I oooVooooovooooo00000000000oooooaoooooaooooooaooooo00000000 000000 Blushing With NEWNESS Our Suits are the Fresh Spring Productsthe best Makers The sunshine is woven in to make bright snappy suits for Gen tlemen who have grown weary of winter things Our handsome suits are within easy reach of every purse While they sing the opening stanza of Spring our hobby is to please our customers and we shall do our level best to please you when you come in Readytowear Suits from 750 to 1800i- n all the new shades and fabrics Our line ot Furnishing Goods are by far the largest we have ever shown comprising all the latest novelties of the season Mens Shoes every style known to the trade Tans Patent Leather and White Canvas Qnlity high prices low Our line of Ladies Shoes and Oxfords are UptodateTans Patent Leatherand Canvas Prices to suit eyerybody H T LOGAN jI sl I I I I L If II I 4 r I i I f i f 1A 0 r eoore oee I I r- f M 0 iA Wfd i Paint Paint Paint I a i J rwro rrK so HOUSE FLOORROOF na WAGON CARRIAGE ENAMELI I Most fA Yielding 11 i d 11 large white Corn GOLDEN KINGThe best early large yellow WriteforBLUE RIBBON SEEDS Are always the most economical to use GOLD scoot ST LOns trot e irISes Potatoes Cow Peas Soy lJeaus Millet Sorghum eG DESCRIPTIVE CATALOGUE MAILED FREE WRITE FOR IT TODAY WOOD STUBBS CO Seedsmes LOUISVILLE r Select and Largest Mammoth Rid Cob White Dent The and most satisfactory suapeu Largest stocks Alfalfa Rape Crass and l KENTUCKY 1 7 1 r AINT AINT I f As Pure as it can be made Screen Doors Screen Windows 1- I GENUINE I I Malta Cul Shovels MWWOOO W iOS r torsQoublu zTrBLADES I I a BULLTONGUES Ice Boxes Refrigerators Water Coolers Ice Cream Freezers Etc Saving at the Spigot Wasting at the Bung i I I Haselden Robinson I JMIINr tN M1AW4 AtttW n M1ASStaASa00a B6 a6Qd 4 s ewwmroaorav semsa sssas a f Thats what buying poor paint means Paint may be lowpriced by the gallon and be extravagant to use owing to poor covering pcver and wearing quality After the paint is applied its too late to save Start right and use THE SHERWINWILLIAMS Made to paint buildings with P ft f McROBIEIRTS Woods Prest WC FishVice Prest PEOPLES BANKINCORPORATED PAINT LICK 1600000 SURPLUS 400000 A 1 SOLD BY E I E L Kemper Cash I CAPITAL t I zti WG DIRECTOR9 SI COY R GGUVN J B WOODS W C FISH I L FRY ARNOLD BURROWS E L WOODS R L J s Commenced lousiness July I9O1 We solicit your and guarantee prompt and careful attention to all business entrusted to us patronage Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance I II II 8 j Of course you want K- Kll a LATEST STYLES in f- cI MILLINERY P we have the Swellest Linei- n Central Kentucky SALLIE D TIllET IM I I The I e I l Y I I J t4 0 a rb y MidSeason Dry Goods and Ladies Furnishings Having under comtemplation extensive alterations in our store room which while in progress practically stops business ve have decided to hold a general Reduc tion Sale now so as to dispose quickly of a big lot of goods and make up for any time ve may lose later This is not a scheme to dispose of a lot of unsaleable goods but bonafide of fresh new goods in every department of our store Sale Began May 1 6 Our Store Was Closed All Day Monday May 15 To give us an opportunity to mark down our stock as almost everything in the house except some few lines of goods that arc sold at restricted prices we reduced We will not attempt to mention prices as there will be so many tempting and seasonable bargains offered that the list would be bewildering Come in today and after that you will come often i 2 Q iJ l Blq r Danville Iiy REDUCTION SALE A y iS r P k r r s ar r reduction White Goods Wash Chiffons Parsien Lawns Batistis French Lawns Dotted Swiss India Linens Linen Lawns etc at Reduced Prices I I All Black and Colored Dress Goods Reduced Prices Hosiery Chiiarens Hosiery in all qualities from cheap to best Ladies Hose in black white and tan both plain and lace all at Reduced Prices Wash Goods Printed Organdias Lawns Batistis Giuliani Voilles Linens Crepes Mercerized Novelties at Reduced Prices a Ladies Underwear Gowns Skirts Drawers and Covers Knit Vests Pants and Union Suits all kinds at Reduced Prices Corset Terms of Sale Trimmings Over 1000 pieces of Val Laces Net Top Laces Torcho ns all over Lace Hamburgs Etc all at Reduced Prices-I Silks Plain Taffetas in Black and Colors White and Black China Silks Pongees Peau de Soie all Fancy Dress Silks Lace and Net Robes Reduced Prices Upholstery Lace Curtains Swiss Curtains Portierres Over Curtains Swisses Cretonne Etc Etc at Reduced Prices SPOT CASH No Goods at prices and sent out on approval reduced none Shirtwaists Linen Waists Silk Waists and India Linen Waists at every price all atReduced Prices Furnishings All kinds of Corsets Kid Gloves Handkerchiefs Belts and Girdles Fans Veils Umbrellas Etc all at Reduced Prices maSS Silverware Gold Jewelry at Reduced Prices Silk Shirt Waist Suit Silk goat Suits Wool Tailored Suits and Separate Skirts of all kinds at greatly prices These must be tried on in the house as will ba sent out on approval or taken buck during this sale Our stock of above is very complete this sale will be a feast for those looking for bargains mDAYGOOS Danville Ely Cut duced 1 f none and R wt y a t a t v- t Land Stock Gentry Thompson of Lexington bought 19 mules of Thomas SlcClin tock Sons of Millersburg at 158 per head Two months ago before the Hurley Growers Company released all who had sold to them tobacco was selling at an average of about 10 cents Since this release the growers are at the mercy of the trust and prices have shown a downward ten day since These figures should convince the most skeptical of the benefits of organization The condition of Kentucky crops is shown by the Department of Agri culture to be good From the report sent out last week by Commissioner Vreeland the following figures are Wheat condition UOJ percent oats condition 90 per cent rye 93 per cent tobacco per cent of Burley sold April 1 63 percent of dark tobacco sold 53 price compared with 1904 115 II F Hillenmeyer the Lexington nurseryman says that so far the fruit Crops producers j dencyevery taken condition M Iw9 s f S is uninjured notwithstanding the ex tremely cool weather and heavy frosts Another authority says peaches will only crop as the recent frosts nipped about 40 per cent of the bloom It may prove a benefit in the heavy budding being thinned so that remaining fruit will grow larger and become more matured- S C Carpenter of Millcrsburg will ship 40 head of saddle carnage and road horses to Atlanta Ga to be sold at public auction Mr Carpenter this the best shipment he ever made South It includes several road horses that can go better than 2 M He was offered Ss 00 for two of the hor ses ten days ago Mr Carpenter re sold five fancy saddle and har ness horses to Eastern parties for 3 200 The Paris Kentuckian reports the sale of several pairs of mules in Bour bon at 300 to S3G5 An offer of 380 was refused for another pair In Bourbon P Hume sold his farm of 280 acres on the Clay and ICi zsr pike to A C Davidson of Nemours West Va at 80 per acre Old papers for sale at J a fair considers I centl W this uflix Q Sfeld g nSEED I f- G Mll t rIor j Custom Grinding maw rto armuo ln jai rand all kind of rield seeds I am in the market for and see me at the old Tobe Leaven stand Try my Cow Feed its better than Any class of Feed you may need HempEtc andcheap ship tuff I CASOLINE FOR SALE Telephone the at No z6 Orders will have n I w W prompt attention 1ottr business appreciated R = jgf Hames Hame Straps and Strings Collars of all P kinds Collar Pads Trace Chains Back Bands Buggy Harness Wagon Lines Wagon Harness Plow Gear Wagon Singletrees Polw Single Bj trees Plows Plow Points S Wire Pence Old Hickory Wagons The Best FERTILIZERS on the MARKET JH We guarantee to sell you the above articles cheaper than you can T buy them in Lancaster r9 ill CLOSE CAREFUL BUYING and discounting of invoices enables us to make 1 CLOSE PRICES EVERYTHING we sell which is every thing usually found in a 1 First Class Drug and Paint Store I Doing a continuous business of FIFTY TWO YEARS f 1 Stormes Drug Store We have a complete stock of SPRING MILLINERY Everything in uptodate goods Mrs John P Lear G m J ROMANS ElMOREIJjX frtJrnrr1J ifrtUmriSLmrm 1m I ON c 1 fj urn r n r nr U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U lUUU1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1U1Uiun ti I o o o o ago o oo I I I o o a p f o a o a o 0 0 0 o1- 11111111111111IliIlllii11111111f 1111- 1A h 1 R N u Jo 4 S I I 1 BARETS In- T BUGOI5 BUGGY HARNESS MOUNT ELKiN Ic Gossip About People veveN A Mention of the Comings and Goings by Those z Arc In Col S Ferguson returned to Cov ington Sunday Mr Aldah Sheley visited relatives in Chicago this lion 11 II Tomlinson attended court in London this week MrOakly Thompson of Frankfort was a visitor here Sunday Sam Rose of McCreary has been visiting Emory McWhorter Mr D M Lackey has returned from a visit to relatives in Parksville Miss Mice Anderson is in Lexington visiting her sister Mrs T W Brown ing Miss Marie Schillings of Richmond has been the guest of Miss Elsie Am Mrs J W Pumphrev returned from two weeks visit to Cincinnati friends Miss Pearl Bettis has accepted a po sition as cashier in It II Batsons dry goods store Charles Frisbie has accepted a posi tion in his brothers Fred Frisbies Drug store Mrs J S Johnson and children are in Louisville visiting her sister Mrs ArmpElkin Miss Margaret Tomlinson has re turned from a brief visit to relatives in LexingtonMisses of Danville were guests of Miss Mary Lund ram Burn side yesterday Mr and Mrs J E Stormes attended the funeral of Col J Wilmore at Nicholasvillc Sunday Mrs J B Klnnaird and little son William have returned from several days visit to Cincinnati Misses Katharine and Chloe Baugh man of Stanford were guestsof Miss es Sallie and Martha Elkin Mrs IT M Ballou accompanied her husband to Indian Territory Tuesday where she will visit relatives Mr and Mrs Walton E Moss are over the arrival of a little girl at their home Saturday morning Mr Joe Elsener wife and children who have been guests of Mr and Mrs U Miller have returned to Virginia Misses Mae Day and Gertrude Craw ford of Danville have returned home aftei several days visit to Miss Stella McWhorter y I rid W ifis W I I uier W rejoicing I I week Sunday I s r r t Mrs Emma Farris of Crab Orchard visited her brother Senator George Farris this week Mrs Gilbert F Wilson and son George have returned to their home in Covington after a brief visit to his parents Dr and Mrs Mays Danville News Mr D M Lackey of Lancaster and Mesdames Woodson Ballou and John Rout of Stanford were the guests of Miss Eliza Lackey last week Misses Margaret and Joan Mount visited Danville friends during the carnival given by the college boys Miss Margaret was one of the maids of honor to Miss Bright the queen County Attorney Jas I Hamilton has recovered sufficiently to make a trip to Memphis where he has large investments Iris wife accompanied him as as Stanford Danville News Misses Margaret and Joan Mount of Lancaster were in this city yesterday shopping Mrs Alex Walker and Miss Kate Simpson of Lancaster were in Danville Thurs day Danville Advocate Mr 0 W Shug ars of Lancaster the wellknown Dis trictSuperintendentr of the Northwest ern Insurance Company was in the city yesterday en route to Ilustonville in the interest of the company Mr and Mrs William Samuel Fogg of Woodford county announce the en gagement of their daughter Miss Gibson Fogg to John Graham Church of Frankford will take place on the of Wednesday June 7 at the Grassy Spring Christian church Miss Fogg will be remembered here as the attrac tive visitor of Miss Mary Landram Burnsidc Stanford Journal Misses Mattin Mae and Lillie Leave of Garrard are vv th Carpenter Mr and Mrs J E Nevius and Miss Nellie Dillion of Lancaster spent Sunday with Mrs Mattie Nevius MrRII Batson of Lancaster took this morn ings train for Louisville lion W I Williams of Lancaster was here Sat urday Mrs Jane Ballew of Garrard- is with Mrs J W Rout One of the prettiest compliments that can be offered to debutantes is to entertain in their honor Last Friday was a gala evening at the college when fashionable society accept ed the invitation of the Senior class to meet the Junior class which con sisted of beautiful debutantes The galaxy of attractive girls gown ed beautifully The parlors were charmingly decorated with potted plants Tall vases of roses tilled the corners of the rooms and glowed in masses upon the mantels A delicious collation was served altogeth er a very delightful affair Miss Frankie Doty and Mr W E Har Ky Tine afternoon were Itwa3 far Fannie Miss ievis parlors NECKWEAR Our Neckwear stock is brimfull of the sort of goods that you want it con tains all of the charming conceits im aginable Come before they are pick ed over have received our new line of Lawns Organdies and other wash fabrics on which we are asking only a small margain of profit Did You Jet Any of The Sot LAWN Well we have saved some for you TO TEE LENDo you need a pair of Pants We have just received a new line of them ranging in price from Y5C UP THE Logan Dry Goods Co rtlt rIll rJ I0101llr I LADIES I I10 tG1 re lf It I 1 U 01 a I I t ZjgZ i p 4 0 r 4 den of Birmingham Ala were vied Wednesday in time parlors of the Hotel Glyndon by Rev E E Weaver of the Presbyterian church They were accompanied by Miss Katharine Ar nod and Mr David Harden a brother of the groom The bride is a of Capt John Doty and is a popu lar and attractive young lady She was also our bright correspondent of Manse Ky The groom is a prominent business man of Birmingham The couple will leave in a few days for their home in Alabama Time Record extends congratulations and wishes them success and happiness in their new life JBEUNA VISTA We are sorry to report Mrs John Mayes no better R P Son sold to A T Scott one young horse for 125 Miss Margaret Christopher ofSouth Elkhorn is the guest of Miss Alice ScottMrs L W Frost who has been ill for several months is able to be out again Mr Thos Floyd and wife of Kansas City visited the family of J W Askins last week It is sported that Rev A P Jones of London will visit friends and preach at Mt Olivet May 28th Geo R Spilman and wife of Dan ville were with Mrs Mary Spilman from Saturday night and Sunday Miss Florence Christopher who has been spending some months in New Mexico has returned to her home The literary entertainment to be given by the Christian Endeavor will be held at the Chapel the first evening in June Misses Sadie Taylor Black and all students at Caldwell College were guests of Miss Bess Bolton Sat urday and Sunday Protracted meeting begins at Browns Chapel this evening Time pastor Dr Jolly will be assisted by J S Young a former pastor- A district Sunday School will be held at Mt Olivet Sater day afternoon This district includes the Sunday Schools at the Fork church Pleasant Grove Bryantsville Mt lltb ron aud Beuua Vista All S S are invited to be present Cleared lor Action When the body is cleared for action by Dr Kings New Life Pills you can tell it by the bloom of health on the cheeks the brightness of the eyes the firmness of the flesh and muscles the buoyancy of the mind Try them At McRoberts drug store 25c 1m Commissioners Sale of Land J B Carter c Pills vs Louisa J Carter c Defts As Master Commissioner of the Gar rard Circuit Court in the above styled action and by of the judge ment in said action 1 will on MONDAY MAY 22nd 1005 county court day for Garrard county at the Courtr House door in Lancaster Ky at 10 oclock A 31 sell to the highest and best bidder the following real estate in Garrard the property of the late F M Carter Tract No I mentioned in time and judgement and described as follows Third tract The third tract of land is time same deeded to F M Carter by James M Nave and J A Nave of Jes samine County Said tract of land is bounded as follows On the waters of Copper Creek in Garrard County Ky and Fall Lid beginning at a broken top white oak near Cedar Lick about G or 8 poles on the east side ofa branch a corner to W W Cochrans heirs now CT Iligginbotham thence with same AV 28 poles t a poplar in a but tom corner to same and J B Carter thence with said Carter Campbells thud N 74 E 4GJ poles to a white oak stump corner in said line N 7 w 03 poles to a white oak west side of a drain just at foot of a hill N 02 E 52 to a young pine on east side of and near the big road thence along said road N 12 E poles to a white oak on east side of road old corner thence leaving road N 73 w 01 poles to a white oak stump old corner N 15 E 25 poles to a chestnut oak on the point of a ridge N 54 E 34 poles on the north east side of and near a drain S 56 E 22 poles to a black oak on a narrow bench thence N 47 E 15 poles to a stake white oak and gum pointer N 5 w 34 poles to a stake N 40 w 14 poles to a chestnut oak stump N 13 E 40 poles to a stake chestnut oak pointer N 461 AV 20 poles to a chestnut oak and small hickory on northside of and near a drain on a hill side N 18 w 28 poles to a maple and small chestnut on the south bank of a branch corner to AV A Moberly thence with Mober ly not following exactly his calls S 71 E 22i poles to a hickory maple and gum north side of a branch a white oak also marked S 77i E 22 poles to a stake chestnut oak and pine not found N 42 E 20 poles to a stake N 2 E 15 poles to a blazed white oak N 78 W 80 with old marked line to a stake dogwood marked on the fouth east side near a drain N 48 w 20 poles to a stake N 8 W 22 poles to a down black oak in a hollow S 88 E 08 poles I o a stake and white oak stump on of the big road N 12 AV 58 poles to a young white oak on west side of road and on a mall drain thence leaving the w 9 S 82 AV 90 poles to a an d chestnut oak pointer near top of a high point on a ridge N 43 AV 20 poles to a leaning ash S 35 w 6 to an ash S 27 E 112 poles to a stakeS 57 AV 160 poles to a stake on lull side lacing southwest to a black oak and locust marked about 7 poles from Cedar Lick branch N 32 w 1391 poles to white oak and hickory on west side of and near a small drain N 68 poles to a stake on the hill side facing south a black oak oak pointers S 72 v 60 poles to a stake on the flat sasafras pointers S 29 E 14 poles to a stake S 88 E 52 to stake on a hill side facing last popular and black oak poin ters N 18 poles crossing a hollow at 12 poles in all 40 poles to a young chest nut on a ridge S 78 AV 30 poles to a stake on a hill side near the top of the hill facing south S 2 w striking a hoi low to a on south side of a branch near and below mouth of a daughter Society Gtmlttmw CIlWUIl COUItT vlnure petition N 481 18 west- side w18 chestnut neat seriously Jenkins Convention workers roads drain coming in from the east side thence down branch S 481 AV 22 poles on North side of brunch t 4G w poles to a poplar and young chestnut oak on said branch thence leaving branch S 10 E 26 poles to an ash S 50 AV 94 poles to a stake on a narrow ridge old call two chestnut oaks cut down 3 young hickories now S 88 E passing dividing ridge between Fall Lick and Copper Creek at 79 poles passing some chestnut oaks as a corn er at 127 poles in all 175 poles to a chestnut oak on a ridge old corner S 82 EC poles to a gum and dogwood on west side of Cedar Lick branch corner to AV AV Cochran heirs now G T II ig ginbotham thence down said branch and with said branch and with said Iligginbotham S 14 E 38 poles to a gum on south east bank of branch young whiteoak and young hickory marked as pointers S 32 E 100 to the beginning containing 285 acres Tract No 4 mentioned in the peti tion and judgement and described as follows bounded as follows at a stake at the first fork of the Crane branch S 75 AV 38 poles above its mouth thence S 10 w 1GJ poles to a whiteoak thence S 4SJ E 18 poles to E 9 8 poles to a stake a corner also of Thomos D Hurst Son thence their line w 13 polesS 1 E 0 poles S 38 stake in the middlp of Copper Creek at the mouth of said branch thence with the middle of said creek which is Thomas D Hurst line of his home tract N 3 E 10 poles thence N 83 E 5 poles and 17 poles N 62 E 202 poles N 47 w 9 4 poles N walnut a division corner and corner to Wm Lawson thence his line N 38 w 08 G poles to a white oak thence S 75 w 11 poles to a stake in Wolf pen branch at a water gap thence up with the middle of said branch N 27 at 3 poles 8 links pass over the center of gum spring in said branch in all 5 poles to a stake at the junction of Wolf pen and Crane branch thence up Crane branch S 75 W 3 8 poles fork the beginning containing 10J acres more or less All on the of Copper Creek in Garrard County KyTract No 5 mentioned in the peti tion and judgement aud described as follows Fifth tract Known as the land deeded to F M Carter by w P Rogers and Sarah M Rogers his wife Said tract is bounded as follows Begin ning at a stake with three white oak pointers a division corner of the Mary A Kennedy tract as conveyed to gran tors to be in Conways line thence with a division line or lines of Thomas D Hurst and A L Iluist 8 84 E 07 poles to two whiteoakson a ridge thence S 39 E poles to a pine N 89 E 05 poles to a stake on the west bank of Wolf pen branch thence up with the west bank of said branch N 12 w 9 S poles to a stake thence N 64 w 72 poles to a cherry thence N 48 w 18 poles to a large white oak N 10 E 10 poles to a stake at lower fork of Crane lowing general courses N 78 w 22 poles to a stake thence N 29 w 19 poles thence N 00 w 9 poles N 27 W 10 poles N 44 38 poles to a stake in with the same S 4 w 123 poles to the beginning containing Oil acres cribed as follows Sixth Tract Deeded to F M Car ter by A II Sjard and Elizabeth Soard his Bounded as follows Begin a pine on or near Leonard Eas leys line thence N 22 w 78 poles to a stake near a pine thence S 43 w 105 poles to a stake near a thence S 22 E 70 poles to a stake on thence with same to the beginning containing 51J acres Tract No 11 mentioned in the peti tion and judgement and which is as follows Eleventh Tract On Copper Creek in Garrard County Ky it being part of the land deeded by W P Rogers und wife to Thoirms llurst and S Hurst by deed of date of 12th of October 1879 and by Thomas Hurst c to F M Carter by deed dated Oth 18S2 recorded in deed book 5 page 303 Garrard County clerks oillce and beginning at a stake in second line of Hurst deed N 55 w 244 poles from second corner of said deed and N 5 E 9 links from a maple pointer then by said Iluist N 55 w 1070 poles to a pine in the point of a nob said to be in Conways line then with same N 45 E 12 poles to a stake said to be in said line and corner Rogers and wife to F M Carter then with the line of Carter S 84 E 07 poles to two white oaks on a ridge thence S 39 E poles to a pine thence N SO E 05fc poles to a stake on west bank of wolf pen branch corner also to S w Pigg and wife to said Car ter then down west bank of said branch with said deed S 24 AV 13 poles to a stake thence S 1 w 6 poles to a stake thence S 38 E S poles toastake thence S 29 E 7 poles to a stake S 19 V 0 poles to a stake S 10 E 4 poles to a stake S E 2 7 poles to a stone in west bank of said branch 5 9 from a stake corner in the middle of Copper Creek at mouth of said branch corner in the outside line of Hurst then a new line w 019 poles to the beginning containing about 40 acres be the same more or less Tract No 12 mentioned In the peti tion and judgement which is describ ed as follows Twelveth in Garrard County Ky on the waters of white Lick creek and bounded as follows to wit Beginning ata corner of Morde cai Ballard thence a straight line to corner of Jerry Pitts thence with the said Pitts and Berry line to the top ot the hill at crossroads at the head of the hollow thence with the to the Boller hill including the land that the vendor J M Nave had on the west side of the ridge containing 88 acres 3 roods and poles being the seine land conveyed J M Nave by F M Carter by deed dated December 9th 1897 The money to be realized from the sale of said land up to the day of sale Is including interest to that day 238120 and 214 51 costs TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of 0 and 12 months bonds with good se curity will be required of the sor for the purchase money payable to the undersigned bearing 0 per cent interest from day of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judg ment upon which execution may issue if bonds are not paid at maturity A lien will be retained on the property sold until the purchase money is paid J JM ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Cir cuit Court lOt penbranch S24 polesS IInl shenceS GE 10 polesN w t- Its 201 upCrane w pointers petition Easleys line time P 201 S 5H TractLying and road all and 3 purCH Carter wife do wood described Alexander February to- W McCormack mourning 9 AfNTS We guarantee to give you a better rfosr lessthan any body in Lancaster FRISBIES DRUG STOREIF E J ITT Business and Bargains Ward pays cash for eggs Nice Tomato plants for sale Mrs Emma Grant John Magee has a nice line t give him a trial order y tf Ice cream freezers at Wards John has a roofing called Never Wett guaranteed to not leak it is durable try it tf Lost Monday in Lancaster watch charm bearing D D G Re turn to this oillce and receive reward John Magee for rough and dressed lumber Doors Sash etc at the Robt Stondstand tf Boarders wanted at Mr U D Simp sons 129tf NeverWett rooting is 8100 per square why pay 200 whenNeverWett will give you better results for sale by John Magee tf See Mrs DollIe Brown afJosephs store and order the Ladies Home Journal 10 21tf Twohundred bushels blue grass seed for sale A No 1 27 tf Will Denny Point Leavell Door and Window frames Mouldings finishing lumber poarch columns Brackets Block ect at John JIagees All kind of bulk slower seeds at Currey Davidsons tf Tomatoes Cabbage Cellery Sweet Potatoes enough for the county Mauls seed Philadelphia- tf Joseph Faulconer Ward has a new and different line of Glass ware on his ten cent counter See them 2t Fop Sale OP Rent Store room for sale or rent Possess ion given immediatttly J G Sweeney A new and handsome line of 12 piece chamber sets at Wards Bargains2t For Rent A residence with six rooms and four acres of land Fine fruit Call on W T West at Post Office 3f Plants Plants Nice Tomato and Sweet Potato for sale tf Mrs George Smith Window glass oils and paints of all kinds at Stormes Drug Store Brushes paints at Stormes Lime Portland and black diamond cements at Stormes Drug Store 210 Corn planters corn drills plows and harrows at less usual prices 47 tf Romans Elmore We have agency for Stewart iron fence Get our prices and have a nice yard fence Romans Elmore WANTED at once a good white woman to do work for one per son Address with references Mrs J B Jones 2t Box 73 Crab Orchard Ky Seeds For Sale Southern German Millett Hunga rian and Cow Peas tf II A B Marksbury Son For Sale Lime Portland and Black Diamond Cement and best Kanawa Salt II B Nurthcott 414 Notice to Teachers Examinatin tor white teachers will be held in Lancaster Ky at my office on Friday and Saturday May 19th and 20th and examination for colored teachers will be belt at the same place May 26th and 27th E L Walker Co Supt A team of large bay horses gentle and good drivers Also a new two horse spring wagon made by T and J Murphey Danville Will carry 3000 or 3500 Ibs and a good set of double harness all good as new Ap ply to Pettus Bros 4t Bryantsville Ky Homeseekers Excursion to Michigan- via Queen Crescent Route Tickets on sale April 18th and May 2nd and 16th 1905 at greatly reduced rates to AuSablo Beaverton Branch Brethren Cadlllao Gladwin Kaleva Manistee Merritt Lewlston and St Relens Tickets are limited 15 days from the date of sale Ask Agents for particulars or write E N Aiken T P A Lexington Ky or W C Rinc arson G P A Cincinnati Ohio tf When eer you feel impending ill And need a magic No other tine will rill the bill Like DeWitts Little Early Risers The famous Little Pills Early Risers cure Constipation Sick Headache Bileiousness etc They never gripe or sicken but impart early rising en ergy Good for either children or adults J C P Jones Chief Burgess Mllesburg Borough Pa I nev er used pills in my family Curing the forty years of housekeeping th it gave such satisfactory results as DeWitts Little Early Risers Sold by R E McRoberts lm 2t grocery 2t lJ n Go to Wards grocery is headquarters for country produce 2t I Henry I varnishes stains and roof Drug Store 2 10tf For Sale comparatively ttle groceries plants of all kinds for all Get our prices We will sell you plow points for 2fc collar pads for 25c etc We save you money 4 7tf Romans Elmore Cheap Fuel Cods delivered 35c a load t Banks Hudson Miss Fannie Bishop has several line canary birds for sale Birds are young and in song tf Free Exhibition of Wan Paper We have the handsomest samples ever brought to Lancaster and will be glad to show you what we can do in this line By a new method we can show you how the caper looks when For sale CHEAP 75 bbls Flour Mill in good condition If interested write W E 3t Williamsburg Ky We want your Paint and Varnish business we will give you better value for less money than anybody in Lan caster Frisbies Drug Store 4t We are enlarging our ware room and getting largest stock of vehi leave them cheap 47tf Romans Elmore Coal and salt For sale Best Jellico Coals on hand at our yard near depot Close prices made for car lots Prompt attention given to all orders Salt on hand for sale Your patronage solicited 3 31 Jones Patterson Miss Fannie Bishop who has wide experience in handling flowers receives weekly shipments of roses gera niums chrysanthemums etc and you Special Low Rates To all in Montana Idaho Washington Oregon and British Col March 1st to May 15 1005 Round Trip Ilomeseekers Tickets on special days Write at once for infor mation and maps to IKA F SCHAVKGKL Traveling Agent Wisconsin Central Ry 407 Traction Bldg Cincinnati O- As Good Coal as You Ever Bought Lancaster people like the best of everything consequently when it is coal want they ring up 140 Our clean Jellico excells in satisfaction Then it is a 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 youtf abuggy placingyour greatsatisfaction oss I 1 Pu For Sale Seed Oats Call on J C Hemphill or Gabe Pres ton at Stone Ky 310tf Measures for clothing are taken in tf Joseph Hughes Wanted 10000 Ibs wool Highest 414tf IT Northcott We guarantee our paint not to peel paint it free of charge 4t Frisbies Drug Store Examine the one hundred colors of house paints at Stormes Drug Store 210tf Will pay 8400 per 100 Ibs for 100000 bs No 1 Hemp F O B 4t J B Walker Richmond Ky Tomatoes and early Cabbage plants now ready to transplant tf Joseph Faulconer For sale Best grades Jellico brilliant and Black Bear Coal Try our Black Bear nut for cooking fuel 414 H B 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 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 4 itt Romans Elmore Clock and Jewelry Repairing- I am prepared to repair clocks and jewelry of all kinds in the best man ner Charges reasonable and satis faction guaranteed Shop over Wards store Richmond street 1m Ike P Thompson T S Elkin wants 100000 pounds of wool and will pay the highest cash price for same He has a tine line of staple and fancy groceries and the best fresh meats in Central Kentucky tf 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 and sleeves of coats One of the best houses in Chi cago Hughes Joseph Agts DryGoods sellingSacks yearsIf Notice sh lUlr r Such a perfect combination can only be found at our store i will find this to be so by just paying us a j Lawe Bros Standard Paints High Grade Var t nishes Stains Painters Supplies Fine Stationary t GIBBONS fo MAST DANVILLE KENTUCKY You go to a Why Not Come to a CARRIAGE MAKER BUGGIESIn REPAIR WORK we are the LEADERS for good work and low prices We want your patronage Conn Bros you V1S1 high BAKER for BREAD for U u u illlllillll lillli illilPllllllliliiPIIPIl111111iIPlllillllllifIlPili111111111 1II11111111111111111111111111111111111111 i I l111111 IIIlllllllllllllllllll SeeWrite or SWINEBROADat Insure your property against Fire Windstorms Best Companies Best Rates Farm Department A Specialty Insure with your own Countyman every time Residence Phone 132 Office Phone 40 1 1 gill Perfect satisfaction in buying wall papers can only be had where the assortment is large the designs are varied and the prices are right I i I Jesse DJearen Insurance Agent Solicits a share of the patron age of the property owners in Lancaster and Garrard Kentucky who may bp seeking insurance against Fire Lightning and Tornado None but the strongest and best OldLine Companies rep resented and the lowest rates are guaranteed i Lancaster Kentucky Gaines Hotel county possible i wti THE LIVER aUARANTiNE TAKING Ills HEALS OCT eating has ruined many a mans stomach The pro cess is gradual often unnoticed at first But it a short time until the liver balks the digestive organs give way and almost countless the man who endeavors to economize time at the ex of his health torpid liver causes a quarantine ofthe entire system It germs and and affords them inviting some serious illness families where used u sluggish liver and constipation are un known so are all stomach as well as indigestion dyspepsia heartburn headaches and affec tions No wellregulated family should be without this JTwo sizes 25C and 75c All druggists For sale by It E Mcltoberi CENTRAL RECORD Jssiued Weekly ioopcr Year LOUIS LANDRAM Entered at the Poll Office in Lancaster Ky SecondClatt Mall Matter Lancaster Ky May 19 1905 PAINT LICK Mr Jno Tervey has been quite sick Prof Peekham is quite sick at this writing Mr Slack Coy of Kirksville called on his best girl Sunday Lenny Miller representing the C n tral Record was here Mrs 1 C Rucker is in Lexington iting her son Mr Hume Rucker Miss Ada Allan has been visiting Miss Amos Willis of Kirksville Mr Ben Lear is able to be out again after being quite sick for several days Miss E L Broadwickle of Greenfield III is the guest of Mrs Fannie Koch ler Mr Hume Rucker of Lexington spent Friday night with his parents hereProf G P Simmons will preach at Fishs Hall next Sunday morning and eveningLittle Francis Marion Fish has been quite sick but is reported better at this writing Mr aud Mrs Jno Ballard and daugh ter Miss Mae have been visiting Mrs R N Beazley Mr and Mrs Jno Hardwick of Ham ilton Ohio are the guests of their parents Mr Robt Ledford has returned his place of business in West Virginia after visiting his parents here Mr Elmer Deatherage of Richmond received 2500 lbs of wool here last week for which he paid from 22i to 23 cts per pound Her many friends are delighted to know Mrs E L Woods has returned home after spending the winter in San Antonio Texas Bert Marshalls famous comedian will show at Fishs Hall Paint Lick Tuesday night May 23 Admission 1525 and 35 cents Mr and Mrs Colby Jenkins Jr Georgetown the first of the week Dr J II Simons of Louisville is the guest of his friend J M Smith Miss Pauline Arnold is at home from the A M College at Lexing tonMrs A D Ford and Mrs Ophelia Dunn visited Miss Levy Dunn last weekMrs J H Durham and her visitor Miss Mollie Durham are in Frankfoit this week There will be preaching here on Sunaay morning aud night by the N D Welburn Mr Chalmers Galleher of Knox vile was with his friends here for a few days this week Miss Mattie Mae and Lillian Leav ell are at home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Stanford Miss Mattie May Jenkins left first of the week for an extended to her brothers in Indianapolis- Mr LetcherSaundersand wife of Kicholasville spent Sunday with her father W M Glass who we arc glad to say is very much improved after a long illness On Saturday May 13 at a meeting of the stockholders of the Bryants vile and Beuna Vista turnpike com following officers were Mr Fayette Brooks president Mr J H Easley Secretary Mr J M Smith treasu dtl Ballard II A Burdett R D Ballard WJ Hogan and VV K Burnslde Directors W H Furr has 20 fat hogs for sale W H Furr has a saddle and horse for sale Miss Willie Cormney is visiting In Stanford J C Clouse sold 8 hogs and to J C Fox for 35 00 V II Furr bought a yearling heifer eeis CIA Floweris 9 a u BUY AN J1SVILLE pastor th vis- It panythe elected I Monday- S hereto win FLAT WOOD nessharP irela- tives twost I on to ry from Win Lawn nfor 13 W II Furr bought 7 hogS of JC Clouse for 435cts a hundred Win Ydkey a worthy colored man died of consumption last week Mose Lawson sold 13 bbls of corn o Woods Walker for 2 50 a barrel Geo W Miller sold a horse to E W Walker for lie bought the same horse about two months ago for 75 The horse market shows an up ward tendency Rev A J Murrell preached at Goed Hope last Sunday Sunday School at Good Hope will be at 3 oclock in the evening instead of 10 in the morning here ofter LOWELL Saved by Oynamlto j Sometimes a flaming city is saved by dynamiting a space that the tire cant cross Sometimes cough hangs j so long you feel as if nothing but dynamite would cure it Z T Gray of Calhoun Ga writes My wife had a very aggravated cough which kept her awake at nights Two physi cians could not help her so she tool Dr Kings New Discovery for Consump tion Coughs and Colds which eased her cough gave her sleep and finally cured her Strictly scientific cure for bronchitis and la grippe At Me Roberts drug store price 50c and 100 guaranteed Trial bottle free 1m PREACHERS V1LLE We are having a plenty of rain Wheat grass oats and corn are looking tine J C Fox bought 200 sheep in Pulaskj county last week John Rigsby sold three hogs to Foly Elmore for 4 CO Rev R F Jordan has gone to Burn side to help in a meeting Charles Rigsby sold a two year old horse to James Dyehouse for Mrs W D Faulkner and children have been visiting Mrs J P Rogers Mrs Virgie Traylor has been visit ing at the King Hotel at Crab Orch ardJ P Rogers and J B Hutchins went Waynesburg this weekto buy some W C Cummin Walter Jordan J II and Phil Thompson are fishing in the Kentucky river Mr L C King and wife of Hubble spent Sunday with Mr John C Pep pies and family Mrs Jessie Cummins who has i ce i sick for a few days was able to Sunday school Sunday Mr M F Buler and wife of McCrea has been visiting friends and rela lives here few days Mr W B Jarvis and wife of Cedar Creek attended church here Sunday and spent the day at the parsonage Mr George Dishon is a frequent to this place One of our most beautiful young ladies Mrs D D Anderson and daughter Miss Mary Logan and Master also Mrs Wm Caldarm and chil dren spent Sunday with Mrs J L Hutchins Dr Brown and family and J C Me Clary of Stanford came over last week and joined a here for a days fishing They caught no fish but enoyed a fine dinner on the Dix river hank some however eat too much as A J Thompson J M Cress and W II Browns toe nails were the next day A Creeping Death Blood poison creeps up towards the heart causing death J E Stearns of Belle Plaine Minn writes that a friend dreadfully injured his hand which swelled up like blood poisoning Bucklens Arnica Salve drew out poison healed the wound and saved Ills life Best in the world for burns and sores 25c at McRoberts drug store 1m Miss Bessie White of Richmond is visiting her mother Mrs Willie House and Miss Hallie Case of Hedgeville visited at Mr Bert ran Spratts last week Mrs J R Cox and little son of Law renceburg visited her sister Mrs Lizzie Dunn and other relatives last week Mrs Henderson has returned home after sending several weeks with her daughter Mrs Ed Newland of Brodhead Miss Ida Mae Hurte spent a few days in Richmond last week Mr Richards visited his wife from Saturday until Monday Mr Tom Green of this place is vist hug friends near Bryantsville There will be a Sunday School rally at Fair View Friday and Saturday nights before the third Sunday Also preaching Sunday by of Lex ington all are invited to attend qjfr Terrific Ilace With Death Death was fast approaching writes Ralph R Fernandez of Tampa Fla describing a fearful race with death as a result trouble and heart disease which had robbed me of sleep and all interest in life I Jiad tried many differet doctors and several medicines but got no benefit until Ibegan to use Electric Bitters So was their effect that in three days I felt like a new man and today 1 am cured of all my troubles atMcRooerts drugstore price 50c im Time Tried and Merit Proven One Minute Cough Cure is right on CoughsCroupperfectly harmless pleasant to take and is the childrens favorite Cough Syrup McRoberts lui 1 125 00 85 horses for a visitor is tile attraction Richard black n thee Belle ofFord Bro fiord of liver wonderful Guaranteed r R E r s t van y Symplons That Invite Germs Little Ailments that Should Be Looked After if One Wants to Well i Anyone who has any of the many symptoms caused by poor digestion should take special care to avoid where disease germs are likely to be present Any of the following symptoms are good evidence of stomach troubles Acidity Nausea Spitting up of food Gripes Coated tongue Heaviness at stomach Sour taste In the mouth Kcdlmeiu 111 tiritiu Dliirrhoon Night sweats Nurvusness of flesh Heartburn Sick headache or dizziness Drowsiness conditions Headache LoiS v Hot Weather 1llen Persons afflicted with Piles should be careful at this season of the year Hot weather and bad drinking water contribute to the conditions which make Piles more painful and danger ous DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve stops the pain draws out the soreness id cures Get the genuine bearing ilip name of 15 C DeWitt Co R E JcUoberts lm KILLTHE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS WITH Dr Kings New i I fSEAL in testimony whereof wit ness my hand and seal of oftlce this Eight day of 1905Anril Wm B RIDELY CurrencyCharter Catarrhal Troubles Spring Months Cause Catarrli llrcatlie llyoinol arid lie Cured Catarrhal troubles are more common at this season than at any other time of the year The sudden changes that come during the spring months are productive of many cases of catarrh that without proper treatment will become chronic The pleasantest most convenient and only scientific method for the treatment and cure of catarrh is fly omel Simply put twenty drops in the little pocket inhaler that comes with every outfit and then breathe it for three minutes four times a day The complete Hyoinei outfit costs but one dollar and as the inhaler wiH last a lifetime and there is sufficient Hyomei for sveral weeks it is the most economical catarrhal remedy known Extra bottles can be procured for fifty cents Ask R EMc Roberts to show you the strong guarantee under which He sells Uyo mel Prevalent treatmentS These little ailments which a weak stomach and imperfect dfgestion should be looked after by the use of Mi o na if one wants to keep well A tablet of this remark able remedy taken before each meal sviil so strengthen the stomach and digestive organs that natural weight will te restored and perfect health and strength regained Ask R E McRobert3 to show you the Mlona guarantee Indicate I Y Q 0 X 5 Q V y The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DIRECTORS Eaml D Cochran Alex R Denny A C Robinson E Stormcs W H Kinnaird 8 000 0 0 0 0 000 0 000000 o1z493 4 s C 1L 9 2 I C no O 00000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 o I S 1 LEWIS Y President LEA YELL J J WALKER Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 The GIT1ZENS NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIQNEY Asst Cashr C D WALKER Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Gareful Attention DIRECTORS Lewis Y Leavell J S JOHNSON B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold I t f I I I I FOR ONSUMPTION OUGHS and OLDS Price Free Trial SOc 100 I Surest and Quickest Cure for all THROAT and LUNG TROUB LES or MONEY BACK Reextending Charter TREASURY DEPARTMENT Otllce of the Comptroller of the Currency Washington D C April S 1905 YHKRKAS by evidence presented to the undersigned it has been made to appear that TIrE NATIONAL BANK OF Lancaster located in the City of Lancastar in the County of Garrard and State of Kentucky has complied with all the provisions of the Act of Congress to enable Banking Associations to extend their corporatcs approved July 12 1882 as by the Act approved April 12 1002 Now therefore I William BRidge ly Comptroller of the Currency do hereby certify that TIlE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER located in the pity of I ancaster in the County of G nard and State of Kentucky is authorized to have succefsion for the riod in its amended ant cl s of association namely until close oi business on April 8 125 am mended I w Will make tire season of ISCti on my farm one mile South of Buckeye on the Buckeye and Lancaster pike at 8 to Insure a Living Colt up anil all right A lien retained until season money Is paid Money duo when the snare Is traded or bred to other stuck Cure taken to prevent accidents but not shoutauy occur Chester Squirrel 8 years old 16 hands a dark sorrel He Is the highest e of finish of courage but perfectly kind natural saddle and harness horse a model In form that characteristic of the Chesterdare family which tire world acknowledges as sup erior to alt as n show He has proven himself a No 1 breeder and his colts arc sell lug to Eastern buyers for good prices Pedi sired by tire famous Chesterdare No 10 N SH K he JJIask Squirrel 6s He by Eagle Tlhe King 67 he by Washing ton Denmark Gl lit Gaines 61 he race horse Denmark S by Imported Hedgeford Chester Stjnirrels dam and known as the Jimmy Collier saddle mare considered to be one of the greatest brood mares in Kentucky FineJack at the same time and place I will stand my big young Jack JOHN MORGAN Jr S for horse mule 10 for mare mule or 10 for Jennet John Morgan Jr was sired by John he by Is out of an imported Jennet John Morgan Jr out of Joe Blackburn he by 3rd Prince he by 2nd Prince he by Prince 1st darn Daisy Dixie else Irvin Dixie bv 2nd dam Nellie by Lord 3rd dam by Importer is 15J4 hands high solid with lea breeder and his colts brought from 3 to 90 at the teat last fall T O HILL BUCKEYE KY k n Chester Squirrel wont b e u I I at and b b 11i1n ton h It I I d g g S lee Itlac 1 au by F Tel Marunaduka s Ask for the 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 year Calendar For sale by R E McROBERTS Lancaster Ky DORSEY GOLDUST 12055 Full Brother to Estcllo 211 14 Sired by Zilcadi Golddust 4400 by Jolddust 150 by Vermont Morgan dam by Zilcadi an Imp Arabian stal lionDorsey Golddusts dam is Florence by Golden Mingo Chief a son of Gaffs Morgan making him an intensely in bred Morgan Stallion descending from Justin Morgan on both sides the best family of road horses known Dorsey Golddust is a dark bay black points full li hands weighs lOU 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 gelding of the AmiMean horse shows 1902 03 04 Jack 0 Diamonds stands to his credit 12 of his colts have sold for over S14000 in the past two years hits service is offered for Jess than any horse of his producing quality in Will stand at my farm 2J miles from Stanford Ivy on Ilustonville pike at so to Insure a living Colt Money due 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 Address E REID Stanford or Danville I Washington 54 The greatest and highest type Saddle Stal lion that ever made a season in Gurrtitd coun ty Investigate for your self enquire of any breeder of high class saddle horses In Ken tucky Alt horses in his class arc standing for from 10 to t6 lint in order to put him In reach of all desiring the services of such a horse that I have decided to stand him at The Low Price of 15 to Insure a using colt or 10 cash for the money to be jwlcl at time of service If mare 1 traded or parted with season money is due Grass furnished at per month or grain fed at 8 Not responsible for accidents or es copes but care taken to greveut same Description and Pedigree sire of Preston 922 the noted show horse Washington is 15K hands finely formed la a brown with a little white on both hind feet has a fine mauls and tail amid is a natural saddle horse Sired by Cromwell 73 01 d Washington Denmark 61 by Uains Denmark Gl aud hi the old race horse Denmark Cromwell 1st dam by old Julia Dillard 2nd dam by Grey Eagle Washingtons first dam by Unicorn 103 2nd dam by Crusader by Cockspnr The dam of was tIme dam of Kobert Nutters fine show mare I consider this ono of the finest saddle horses lu His family on both sides have produced the best saddle stock In the J W SWEENEY Lancaster Ky Strictly Genuine Most of the patent medicine are probably genuine The following notice recently appeared in the Atchison Kan Globe Joe Tack a wellknown engineer running on the Missouri Pacific between Wichita and Kiowa lately appeared in a big one with a picture and when he was in this ollice today we asked him about it He says he had terrific pains in his stomach and thought he had a Ills druggist reccommended Ko dol and he says It cured him lIe rec ommendcd it to others who were also cured Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat and cures all stomach troubles Just as surely as the sun shines your stomach can be brought back to its orignal pure condition and life sweetened by this truly the greatest digestant known Sold by RE McRoberts lm I Kentucky season I wslillltonls the b lrd stain ashln tOn State testimonials cancer lasting and I 2 s sx8xs s 4 xs e s I Electrician 5007 I Midi 211 Electrlmout Gretchen 224 Prince H 8 i3 own brother to Grateful 227 5 In list Electrician is a Brown Stallion 34 hands high Standard Reg lie Is by Electioneer 125 sire of 160 dams of 123 he by 40 dams of 118 he by Abdallah l 3 7 Kent mare by Imp Klec trlciaus 1st dens Kebeeca dam 217 Kexford 221 AriauaJr2U Kussenole 2 etc Kebeeca by len Benton 1755 sire of 21 dams of CS he by Jim Scott 83ti sIres of 2 lien ton 10 Second dam Clarabel darn of Clifton Hell Idella 230 aud Chimes Bell sire of Van Abdallnh Star Third dam Emma illllsdam of 3 sires etc by American Star 14 Electrician is a horse fine style and actionwith great beauty lie is a horse that posses great speed and roadsters bringing from 300 to 1500 As most of his coltsare with flue action style and size I can recommend him as a great stock horse Will make the same conditions and same place us Clay King at the fee of FIFTeEN Clay King 2964 RECORD 227 34Dick Wilson 208 The King Tom 1halr 217 Nellie Bruce Clay Wilkes Dals y M 2SlJf Tile Guard 2ri The Justin il2rX Dorado 227J4 and eight others with records of better than 30 all trotters but pacer By King Clay Siro of Miss Lids 210 Marble 2M Claymore 21 Klrigbrlno2r2ol oo 2ri5i Edgar 233 Queen etc 1 darn 2201 4 by Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay King and granddam of Maid 2131 4 Sire of Bt Jiilimi 21114 St Patrick 214J 33 othere song have sked 175 stud laughter have produce Dick 21 Stronsvood 2 12 Homestuke 2 etc 2 dam Belle Brandon by Hambletonla 10 Dam of Amy 22011 220 sire of 33 Wllmar 229 11 of 2 and cf 2 sire of George WIlkes Electioneer Happy Medium Harold etc dam Jenny by Young Bacchus King Clay 5948ire of Clay King Is a son of Harry Clay 45 dam 2 AM by Tom Wodder 147 2 dam Wells darn of 2sl 5 by American Star darn by Em monsDuroc KIng with any kind of stud opportunities would today be In the first of successful extreme speed career Is begun and there is not a horseman In the Dine Grass State who does not regard him wonderful sire of early aud extreme speed man at the Lexington seen his gut accomplish what lies never done the produce of they have seen his yearling step quarters second mid thensell for prices seen his older represents lives show as gameness stud genuine race qualities as those of any sire ever quartered In Kentucky Clay King will make the season of 1905 at the feed sale of W B Burton lu Lancaster at the low price of TWELVE UOOLIARS and FIFTY CENTS to Insure a living colt A lien retained upon the foal to se cure the of the season All care be taken to prevent accidents to stock Intrusted to our care but should name Burton I Race Record 224 14Sire of 2r2l Leta223 r 5 10 sire of D 0 2OJ she by I repeatedlyshowed j beau sell onou Sire of Mnllse C 4 22l 594 Clay GOY Sprague t 143 I IO any occur we will not be respodslble for the w B or It t iI S sire of dams of S 22l Zit S 21O 217 2l5 itaveu S Eola 2ltt 2 2i S 4 x as- a any and- S S 1- S 5 DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT The S 100 bottle contains 2 trial size which sells for 50 PREPARED DULY AT THE LABORATORY C DeWITT COMPANY CHICAGO ILL 0 jJYSPEPSIA tlm the cents IX CURES O- rE Paragon 22914 Bay 16 hands high Sired by JAY BIRD 5060 1st dam On Ida 217 by Florida 482 grandam of Grace Bond limit dam Lady Ham by Hambrino PiO dam of M Ert 2 2i etc 3rd dam Wally by Ashland 47 4th dam Hrhton by Mambrino Briton Mil damn Kit by Sir Walter Jay Bird 50iiO of Hawthorne 2 Hi1 Aller tona JK hInd 210 Invader 210 and one hundred others George Wilks Oil datum jady Frank by Mambrino Star 3S- iIanrgon s a very handsome ihdlvldual fine conformation size nail style with extreme action and speed His sire Jay is one of greatest living arid that his blood breeds nu is shown by the fact tInt his sons have sired over 2V performers Including Locauda 20 Huxld J 20tl McGregor 207V Eagle cud many other 2 lu performers while Paragons Onelda 2i7 tilt dam of Grace Bond 209 the greatest racing Syenrold tIle trotting turf has ever seen and his second dam I Ham is the dam of Hawthorne ij0 Ed Winter etc You will see from the above that is one of th best bred horses living and there Is no reason wiry he should not become one of Jay hints greatest sons Ills record Is no measure of his as he could trot in 215 or better Should Pars gon fail to get yon n trotter he Is a horse of such fine size notion stvle and finish that his get will certainly command fancy prices for high road and carriage which cnnnot 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 my stable three untIes north of on Buckeye and Lancaster pike at only Twelve Dollars and Fifty Cents to insure a living colt sound and all right A lieu on colt to secure service fee Season due If mare is part ed with or bred to other stock Care taken to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur Forrest Stapp Buckeye Ky Sheriffs FOR TflXE Monday May 22 1905 Being the tirstdayof the May Term of the Garrard County Conrt I will between the honrs of 9oclock A M and oclock 1 M In front of the Court House door in Lancaster Ky sell nt PublIc outcry to the highest aunt best bidder for cash In hand the following lists cr so much as will pay Taxes 1901 cost and penalty As fast as payments are made names will disappear The amount set oppo site each name Includes Tuxes r percent 1eu alty and Cost of Advertising owing by each of aid delinquents LANCASTER WH1TK DISTRICT NO I Pereell Susan 77 acres 1025 Philips Jim 14 acres J 15 Simpson J L 4SJ1 acres 24 95 LANCASTER COLORED DISTRICT NO I Attains Pete 1 towns lot 490 Bell Wm 1 town lot 5 85- Burdett Bob 7 acres 6 25 Fish Boyce 1 acre 495 Hiatt Seymour 1 town lot 320- Hudgens Mary 1 town lot 3 i Jennings Louis 1 town lot 5 C- OLeavell George 1 town lot 4 0- 1JlcRoberts Mandy 2 85 Miller Jim 1 town lot 5 05 Miller Alex 2 town lots u5- Myers Jesse I town lot Robinson llarvel town lot 310 Salter heirs 1 town lot SCO Taylor Lucy 1 town lot 4 IS Ware Joe 1 towiilol 6 SO BRYANTSVILLE WHITE DISTRICT NO 2 Ball John50 acres 200 Brown Mary C 5 acres 10 Eusloy Willie 2 C 4i Preston Mrs Susie 1C acres 6 10 Sherrow Mrs 1 aero 290 Woods Rich 2 acres 4 15 BRYANT3VILLE COLORED DISTItICT NO 2 Caldwell Harrison 1 acre 4 10 Cegar Wm 1 acre 4 05 Cochran Frank 4 acres 5 10 Cochran Henry 8 acres j 4 4u David John 1 acre 4 30 Dunn Tom 1 acre 4 45 Dunn Louis 1 acres 4 70 Embry Henry 2 acres 4 so Graves Mat 1 acre 3 15 Jackson Harry 3 80 Kennedy Peter 1 acre 4 10 L avell Louis 1 acre 4 15 Roach so Smith lien 1 acre 415 Simpson Geo 4 acres 7 M Smith John 4 acres 4 55- Tarrance Jane Jif acre Withers Geo 1 acre 4 03 BUCKEYE WRITE DISTRICT NO 3 Kelley Sam 1 acre 470 Murphey Vm2 acres 4 35 Powers Mary B 151 acres 4S 58 Ray Mke5ucres C 95 Simpson J L 1 acre 6 BUCKEYE COLORED DISTRICT No 3 1 acre 245 PAINT LICK WHITE DISTRICT No 4 Bird Green 5 acres 4 ift Bird Mack 40ucres 5 Carpenter Dave HrsrO acres 3 10 Davis LH 8 acres C ZO Dicks Charley 100 acres 5 Halcomb John Sf acres 5 20 Isaacs Simon GO acres 2 72 McCullnm lira 40 acres 2 50 Ralston W HI acre 8 95 Woolwlne B W 80 acres 450 Yater Lucindi 1 acre 4 15 PAINT LICK COLORED DISTRICT NO 4 Addison Henry 1 acre 3 90- Clicatlmm Milo 1 acre 3 70 Cook John GO acres Faulkner Edie 12 440 Faulkner Irvin 5 acres 5 20 Fox Pat 2 acre 4 15 Hawkins heirs 1 acre 390 acres 4 40 Miller Almira 1 acre 5 G5 Royston Katie 40 acres 7 35 W L LAWSON Sheriff Garrard County NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of J 8 Robinson decd will present them properly verified to his executors for payment All persons who are indebted to J S Robin son decd are notiefid to settle with his exe cu tors as soon1 as convenient Mrs Ann W Robinson J C Robinson Executors 40 5 40 liawtbonume 2 the ery tuudllr FIIIIII III 2J1 I 90 lit ON the j acre Sill lie I 1 acre J O O Kennedy Ed3 I Horse em ady 212 s- Iti Lucy S acres 2 Kenneily Slimy 4 cerise j WILL CURE any case of KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASEthat not beyond the reach of medicine No medicine can do more WAS GIVEN U TO DIE B 1204 N Virginia St Evansville Ind writes For over five I years I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which caused me much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and 1 was given up to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and alter taking the second bottle I was entirely cured TWO SIZES SOc AND SlOO SOLD AND RECOMMENDED BY For sale by CC JE Stormes CLIFF HOME FARM Madison Dare 2182 By Chester Dare X 10 dam Nancy L 2S47 by On Time 713 Bay horse 15 hands high foaled May 1W2 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 live gaits re quired and proved to be a show horse last year as a 2 yearold Will serve twenty five approved mares at FIFTEEN DOLLARS to insure a living colt Mares kept at three hollers n month Ft owii Not responsible fur arilenu bUt curtfill personal alteutioii given to all stock soul to our place IF W ami J J Iligginbothaui Murcellus Ky Highland Stock Loffer this season the service BLACKBUR Tills combined harness and saddle Stal lion will make the present season at the Highland Stock Farm Buckeye Kyat 10 to Insure a living colt which is less than any horse of his breeding is standing for in the county DKSCUUTIOX AND PEDIQUEK Blackburn is old 10 hands high arid solid black Was sired by Senator Blackburn by Dillard Dudley by John Dillard by Indian Chief by Imported Chief the premium horses of their day Blackburns dam was by by Administrator by Jlisdyks Ham bletonian 2nd dam by Bronaughs Denmark by old Blick Denmark inp Hedgeford Senator Blackburns dam was by Benions Diomede 2nd lam by Goldupliin thoroughbred dam Delia by Millions Copper Bottom 2nd dam Gyp tiedam of by Kavananghs Grey Eagle 3rd dam oy Masons Whip 4th by Jim Allen Senator Blackburn took premiums at RichmondPai Sharps burg Germantown Beattyville ITus tonvllle Lexington Chicago and wherever was shown Fie was the best combined stallion in the United States His colts took premiums wiiere ver shown Many of Ills colts were never beaten One colt was sold for 31 800 and Senator Blackburn was sold for 1500 and he is living andbreeding on BILL COOPER Bill Cooper is a black Jack with white points and is one Of the finest individuals in the country lIe is an class mule Jack Some of his colts sold last year for 75 He is 5 years old and will make the season at the low price of 700 for a livingcolt caretakenaccidents should any occur Loin 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 atresidence No 187 A C MILES Buckeye KIDNEY CURE I ers risk Farm If 5years 1 Graftonl ns Grafton dam to day andbody Ky c f ftYS 5 S