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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, October 25, 1907. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). 400dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1907 cen1907102501 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): n. Friday, October 25, 1907. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.). Cartwright & Landrum, Lancaster, Ky. 1907 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORDJEIOHTEESTH TEAR LANCASTER KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 25 IU07 FINE OPPORTUNITYBy special inducement we have succeeded in making arrangements with one of the largest and best dealers in the East to send one of their representatives to our House who will bring with him A Special Selection of Cloaks Furs Wraps and Capes He will be at our store on NEXT SATURDAY THE 26 ONE ONLYHe will also bring A LINE OF SKXRTS original prices 4 to 8 which will be sold on that day only at 198 31 A DAY I J F t i MERCANZ LE CO= 20th Century Laurel Bums Soft Coal or Slack without Smoke or Soot ALL SOFT COAL OBJECTIONS OVERCOME v Clean FuelSaving Handsome and Everlasting HEATS THE FLOOR fine i EveryFire Guaranteed for Five Years wig the Coal Bens feoadie the Gofer Low Outside towrd See our line of New Fall Styles IN Ladies Fine Footwear NEW FALL GOODS in every Department Perfection School Suits for Boys H T LOGANa Lancaster Kentucky E3aseJderL Brothers gg g g g f J Ot o II 1 14t I I t H i A TTENTION VOTERS SAVE YOUR RECORDS To the Voters of Garrard County At the general election of 1906 the voters of the County very unthoughtedly as we believe defeated a proposition then submitted to them to appropriate money for the purpose of improving and re pairing the Court House They are now asked to vote for that an appropriation of 750000 to raise which bonds must be is sued the payment of which will be easy and without any increase of taxation This will not appropriation by the Fiscal Court but one directly by the people Notices of this election are kept standing in our County paper and posted in many places in the County But as such matters attract very little attention of those who are vitally interested we have come to the conclusion that it is a serious duty incumbent on us as custodians of the County records as attorneys and as business men deeply interested in the preservation of our County issue this address believing that if the people will give the matter only brief consideration they will vote and urge others to vote for the appropriation The Court House is much out of repair and is in such condition as to endanger the records therein at all times The destruction of the building by fire would inevitably entail the loss of all our valua ble records The vaults are unsafe and damp and they are badly lighted they are overcrowded and so locatedas to render impossible the removal 01 the records during a fire They are frail structures and a fire would destroy them beyond doubt Every owner of real estate and every person who has had or now has litigation in our Courts will upon very slight reflection see that he is vitally interested in voting and urging othersto vote for this bond issue The County Clerks vault is crowded and over crowded with records the preservation of which is vital to the the peace of mind and the happiness ofthe people at large Rec ords of deeds mortgages bonds of administrators executors guar dians in fact all fiduciaries and all bonds of every character records of marriages tax lists settlements of trusts and decedents estates and the records of same on the books of the office as well as all the records of litigation in the Circuit Court running back a hundred yearsmay all be lost in one night by the careless handling ofa match and constant damage is being inflicted by depradations of mice and the mildewing of records The loss of the Court House could be repaired but that of our records would not only be a present calamity but it would be irrepar able for all time Business men with fire proof safes would not suffer like those less fortunately situated- A gentleman who has suffered by the destruction of a Court House and its contents who owned thousands of dollars worth of realty in many different parcels in the County thus rendered thoroughly com petent to speak estimates that the destruction of our records would depreciate the value of realty in the County more than 25 per cent This is clearly evident on first thought Every prudent purchaser of real estate requires an abstract showing a clear unencumbered fee simple title covering a period of from fifteen to thirty years or more Any abstract in the calamity supposed would necessiarly stop short at the deed in immediate conveyance to the many or most of these are lost mislaid or left in the Clerks office and land purchasers would very naturally pass us by and invest in other Courties The Court Room is inconveniently arranged for the transaction of business and is uncomfortable at all seasons over hot in summer and impossible oi comfortable heating at other times when in use The Court House belongs to the whole people it is you have a right to be perfectly comfortable while in Court as Jurors as litigants or as spectators interested in the conduct of the business of the County generally We repeat that this reasonable appropriation requires no increase in taxation and that you the people either vote it or reject it Very respectfully yours W I Williams Walker L L Walker R H Batson W 0 Rigney i C Denny Walker A D Ford E I Woods i j J B Kinnaird M D B F Hudson J I Hamilton J Mort Rothwell Wm Burnett R T Embry D A Thomas J E Stormes J A Amon Arnold A W Kavanaugh W G Kemper W M Reid Wm G B Swinebroad J E Robinson J C Hemphill J F Robinson R E J J J MActon Dave Ross J M Metcalf JT Mays purpose ban J generally generallyall recordsto J our handthe holderand yoursand Herndon- C D HughesJ0 J W Elmore McRoberts- S WalkerI C W West T B J H T R Slavin Ij R C Bonin I i interests J W Reid x AND Ho Jerry Mmwill address the people at the court house next Monday court day at one oclock Everybody especially the ladies are cordially in vited to be present Roofing Guttering Etc Conn Senator Jas B McCreary I Tin Shop Bro s p e X l t- CENTltAL l I CORDI LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr ZafnEd at the Post Office in Lancaster Sy as coRdClass Nail Matter Member Ky Press AssociatiOn ISSUED WEEIUX fiO3 A YEAR Lancaster Ky October local Happenings There will be a pie supper at West Point school house Saturday night at 730 oclock The proceeds for benefit of Library Everybody cordially in A reproduction of Brooklyn Bridge has been made in Haselden Bros win dow by Mr Ed Gaines It is construct ed entirely of nails and is attracting much attention Work Appreciated I desire to publicly thank Messrs J I Hamilton Judge A D Ford Dave Ross H T Logan and others for the splendid work they did in bringing about the great success of the dem ocratic rally last Tuesday With such whellhorses pulling success is bound to be the result of any undertaking J R Mount Chm Dem Campaign Com Printing the Ballots Capt J A Doty Garrard countys efficient county clerk has given the printing of the ballots to this office and we are now as busy as a bobtail bull in flytime to get them ready There are five tickets on the ballot and when given to the voter in the booth will measure about 15 by 18 Inches in size Its about the size of the presidential ballot We also have the town ballots to get out this con taining only two tickets those for councilmen and mayor 251907 ned Skating Rink at Paint Lick Tha Paint Lick skating rink is quite a success massy persons the invigorating pastime The rink was erected by Guy Rice an all round hustler in that thriving city It is open every night instead of twice a week as published Saturday night there were 175 skaters on the floor Ready For Roof The brick work on the new Kengar lan Hotel is complete and the building is ready for the roof which Haselden Bros will have completed very quick ly The carpenters are rushing their end of the work and we will wager a keg of nails that Messrs Lewis Glanz will have the building ready by time stipulated in the contract Good News The people of Garrard county will glad indeed to learn that George T Higginbotham who recently sold his farm will not leave the as was reported Garrard never had nor never will have a better citizen or a more honorable upright man than he and it is with delight we learn of his intention to remain with us Mayor Woods Here Hon Clarence E Woods mayor of Richmond came down with Gov Beck ham Tuesday on the special train and was the guest of the editor of The Record Mayor Woods who is one of the cleverest fellows in the world is giving the city of Richmond a clean good administration and her citizens should feel proud of the good work accomplishing Old Board Files Petition The present board of council that is with two exceptions filed their to be placed on the ballot Sat urday This ticket is known as the old board and is as follows John M Duncan for mayor for council Jno E Stormes S C Denny J B Conn Jno Magee Thos Austin L G Davidson The new board was given in a re cent issue cf The Record This race promises to grow pretty hot as do all municipal and school elections proving enjoying beery M r county petition his e CORN WANTED Will buy Corn at any Station along the Rowland Branch of the L N Rail Road and pay the highest cash market price- I have all the best grades of COAL in stock at all times also all classes of FIELD SEED which I sell at the lowest cash prices Ballards Obelisk Flour in barrels by the car load Can interest you in prices on all of the above mentioned things in both buying and selling Give me a call BANKS HUDSON AttentionI can insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay In Your Farm Barns J H KINNAIRDSf General Insurance Agency fAN rA1 4 I I 1 r r Farmers r i FREE By special arrangements with Bastin Telephone Co can call me Phone No 31 Residence No 7anyone 7 I MILLINERYWe have the in Central Kentucky We will appreciate a call form the ladies MRS ADA KINNAIRD J C ROBINSON IS THE Furniture Man and his Phone is No 5 When wanting any thing in this line please remember him J C ROBINSON S Ai A A A g g AgAg I STYLISH LINES a E E EElrg tt 1 I 1 I I 0 C 0 0 Or0 4 Gtt0 0 b 0- 1l 1 Q f o- O O let b O cl 4- O Ixlr1 0I kA r OBi 0 0 0 4 Ott0tt0ttOttOttOtt tt n ITS UP TO THE PEOPLE The Odd Fellows Make a Most Liber al Proposition to the People of Lan caster and Garrard Co Its Now or Never At the regular meeting of the Odd Fellows Monday night it was found that the lodge could build the opera house one up to date in every respect and an ornament to the town provi did outside help to the extent of only 1500 could be obtained As has been stated in The Record the lodge wants to erect a building to cost not less than 10000 and that is quite a sum for a lodge in a town the size of Lancaster to raise but when you consider the small amount asked to be raised by the citizens It shows that the lodge is in remarkably good shape financially and that its members are men chock full of progress enterprise and a desire to build up the town Next to a hotel nothing is of greater help to a town than a firstclass opera in which to hold public exercises entainments to say nothing of the pleasure brought by traveling com parries and entertainers of all chars terse Now that the Odd Fellows shown such enterprise it does that the small amount of money ed from other sources should be coming and that too in a very time A committe was appointed to see the people and ascertain what would be done but it seems to The Central Record that the people shout see the committee and not wait to to do somthing which will bring untold benefit to the town At the meeting of the Odd Fellows it was to go to work the minute the money was subscribed as plans can be obtained in fact they have plans al ready at hand and no time will be lost in this respect Now lets see how much energy the people will show in this what they are made There is enough idle mocey stored a way in banks and other institutions to pave the streets of Lancaster with gold but this much is not wanted all needed is merely a drop in the bucket Lancaster has this opportunity now and its the last chance to get an opera house Dinner 35cts Prices of all provisions having ad vanced so greatly we are forced to charge dinner This is necessary and we hope friends will continue to give us patronage Ballard House Services at Methodist Church Prayer meeting Tuesday at 715 oclock Preaching the first and third Sunday mornings at 1045 and every Sunday night at 715 Y P M Society meets every Sunday even ing at 645 New Records Herndons music store just below Presbyterian church on Danville street has just received several new records for both the Edison and Victor machines They are the latest and you should hurry and get first choice as they are going rapidly I Joe Rice Killed Joe Rice wellknown to many people here was killed by his Chapman at Hedgeville Friday night Young Rice was stabbed with a knife He resided in Lancaster for a time and had a number of friends here The remains were interred at Stanford Meeting at Bethel Eld F M Tinder who is conducting a meeting at Bethel phones us that he will close Friday night and fill his in Lancaster Sunday morning and evening at usual hours He has been preaching at Bethel a little more than a week and has had sixteen additions to the church Real Estate Hughes Swinebroad report the following sales J S Johnson Sr hand some brick residence and 90 acres of land on Richmond pike to J B Sand us ky of Monticllo for 12500 Mark Goins 94 acres of land to R L Smith at 60 per acre and Andrew Bogie 57 acres to Talton May at 70 per acre Entertainment Miss Nannie Barbee will give an en tertainment at Presbyterian church Monday evening the 28th at eight oclock for the benefit of missions Miss Barbee is an entertainer of rare ability and a large audience will be present Tickets are on sale at all the drug stores Admission 35cts child ren 25cts Successful Meeting Rev C C Brown of the Presbyterian church returned from Harlan county Saturday and in his sermon Sunday told of the great need of Christian workers in that section and also of the vast amount of good being done there The marked improvement in condi tions in the mountains of Kentucky is due unquestionably to the work of the Christian missionaries sent there No one should hesitate to contribute to home missions every denomination being given an opportunity do so Hard Times In Kansas The old days of grasshoppers and drouth are almost forgotten in the pros porous Kansas of today although a citizen of Codell Earl Shamburg has not yet forgotten a hard time he en countered He says I was worn out and discouraged by coughing night and day and could find no relief till I tried Dr Kings New Discovery It took less than one bottle to completely cure me The safest and most reliable cough and cold remedy and lung and throat healer ever discovered Guaran teed by R B McRoberts drug store 50c and Trial bottle free 1m fJ housea determined matterof 35c for absolutely pulpit Fine 100 ft y r 0 e e pac an hay see nee fort shor basked ou thei hundred brother in law A ROUSING WELCOME Kentuckys Chief Executive and Hon Ollie James Given a Warm Wel come In Lancaster A Big Crowd Good Order and Much Oratory Gov Beckham certainly should feel proud of the warm reception given him by the people of Lancaster and Garrard county last Tuesday While his mission was to deliver a political speech yet the people irrespective of party affiliation turned out and let the young executive know that they appreciated him and wanted him to feel at home The democratic cam paign committee had everything ar ranged to perfection and Gov Beck ham was met at the train by one of the most enthusiastic delegations we ever saw A procession was formed and escorted Gov Beckham to the grad ed school where he made a tine address to the pupils The procession was erate Veterans among them being sev eral Union soldier democrats Then came the carriage containing Gov Beckham J R Mount chairman of the Gov Beckham was driven to the resi dence of Mr Mount where he was en tertained at dinner In the mean time Mr J I Hamilton had the many colored waiters preparing the burgoo and at twelve oclock the great crowd was invited to the Park where the toothsome burgoo and light bread was served bountifully When the hour for speaking arrived it would have been absolutely impossible for another person to wedge into the court house There were many ladies present Gov Beckham was introduced by Mr Mount in a few wellchosen remarks and a telling speech for his party ticket At conclusion of his address Hon J M Rothwell introduced the big congressman Hon Ollie James who kept the audience in an uproar of laughter and cheers as only OllieJames can do During the entire day there was not the slightest disorder and to the credit of Lancaster let it be said there was not a drunken man in the town Gov Beckham has many friends more received and that he deeply appreciated the kind ness extended by the Lancaster peo A meeting of M D Logan Camp will be held at court house Monday at ten oclock Business of importance J H Am old Comdr GovThorne Coming Lieut Gov W P Thorne will address the citizens of Paint Lick Saturday the 26th at 130 P M and will also speak at the court house that night at Dr Rosebery Osteopath Office at Pattersons residence Richmond street Will be here Tues days Thursdays and Fridays of each week Consultation and examination free All diseases and ailments treat ed 11 25 tf Prof Lippard wants the names of all students wishing to enter Business College here sent to the Recorder at once Dont miss this opportunity nothing pays like a business education Its at your door Act now 1025 3t Out of Sight Out of sight out of mind is an old saying which applies with special force to a sore burn or wound thats been treated with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its out of sight out of mind and out of existence Piles too and chilblains disappear under its healing influence Guaranteed by McRoberts Druggist loc i Where Is Deed to Your Land Now you think that is a foolish ques tion to ask for everyone knows it is in the clerks office in the Gar rard county court house Well so far so good but let The Record ask you one more question Is the book in which it is recorded placed where it cannot be destroyed by fire Dont know do you unless you have examin ed the vaults Well let us tell you that every record and paper in the Gar rard county court house might as well be filed away in some fellows barn or hen house for there is absolutely no fire protection at present The vaults have become so dilapidated that the door of one has fallen down Now wouldnt that put you to thinking How can you make a title to your property How can you collect your mortgages How can yon get the pa pers in law suits How can you sell your land if the old hull of a court house should catch fire and burn IT WILL NOT INCREASE TAXA TION one copper to vote for the bonds to put the building in habitable and safe condition Under these conditions can anyone have the face to talk against the proposition We dont see how they can His Dear Old Mother My dear old mother who is now eighty three years old thrives on Bitters writes W B Brunson of Dublin Ga She has taken them for about two years and en joys an excellent appetite feels strong and sleeps well Thats the Electric Bitters affect the aged the same happy results follow in cases of female weakness and general debility Weak puny chit dren too greatly strengthened by them Guaranteed also for stomach liver troubles by Roberts Druggist 50c 1m I Nextd KadAtt neverrples at 730 G M Electric an kidney RElic delivered republicans recorded find tiJi Our buyer has just returned from a second special trip to New York made to secure the very latest Ideas In Ladies Suits Cloaks Waists etc This was made necessary by our greatly increasing trade in this department These new selections are now in stock and comprise every good style of the season all the popular colors and shapes to suit every figure We offer you over 300 new suits to select from and these represent the very latest styles from Paris made by the finest New York tailors A stock equal to any city while you will find shopping with us much pleasanter than in a city In the lower price suits we offer many desirable and well tailored suits at 10 1350 15 and 1850 and an immense line of fine suits medium priced at 20 to 30 embracing every new style and colors of the season If you want a real elegant suit from 35 to 75 we will show you dozens of styles each one perfect In every respect These suits in the cities are double our prices our expenses are small compared with our business and we can and do sell for small profits In Cloaks we show decidedly better values than In any previous season Long cloaks made of fine Broadcloth and lined all through and neatly trimmed at 1250 to 30 Caracule coats from 850 to 35 Our new line of shirt waists comprises dozens of attractive styles of Ecru and White Nets plaid silks and solid color silks at all prices from 5 up Many exclusive novelties We are making special prices on petticoats At 5 we offer very full made petticoats of 125 rustling Taffeta Genuine Heatherbloom Petticoats beautifully made at 2 and 225 More than 3uO new seperate skirts from 5 to 18 in Panama Chiffon Panama and Voiles We are holding a clearance sale of Dress Goods and are offering 50c wool plaids at 25c 75c plaids at 50c and a number of black and colored dress goods at greatly reduced prices In our new room we offer a great stock of wash goods Domestics winter underwear etc at money prices We have a complete alteration room in our store where all suits are altered by experienced and skilful tail ors under our own supervision This is proving a great convenience to our customers Danville Ky J 4 j Danville Ky e e i sl l r i t saving r Tailor Made Suits ARE NOW IN THE HOUSE The party who took a bolt of Persian ribbon from the ribbon case at our store last Thursday was seen by two clerks The name is withheld only on account of the family The next occurrence will be prosecuted Batsons White Elephant Store JeraL 8fr11 rr nJ ffiU frtlmJfrtUfi tffifDfI ffi Ct D 51 I 1 I D Ladies j j SUITS TOP COATS and RAINCOATS at Smith Herrings Be sure you see these new upto date goods before buying www We are showing boys knee suits Knicker fc bocker styles in the New Brown Scotch Plaid Sj and Blue Serge at 500 to 750 J Ladies Shoes in the well known Patrician W make at 350 and 5400 Be sure and ask to see these shoes Whiting Company of New York are the recognized authority on correct Writing Paper We have just received full line direct from the factory Please call and see it R E McRoberts Druggist We now have our entire stock of open for inspection Patterns and ReadytoWears and will be glad to see each and every one and will do our best to please you Ostrich Feathers a Specialty Alexander Walker r0 Il0 0lr rIJ NEW TOCK CLOTHING I I I IB Ia I I I I Jim Smitb Herriu I I IfiJ 0 filjjJllJJlJfljJ Yl j K I I 1 i B I 1 I010101 2 I X0X0Ielm1fr1010l I1IIIII1BIII e rs t D4 ieQ- I r p I S v 4 Dir w fwwMwwlf wi Yl T Fisher 0tI I Q 1 1 r 4 Personal Mention ni- fb I J tt tt ttttSSttattttttttttttttttttttttttttttxttttttttittttxSittXa tttttttttttttxxtttttt2 tzttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttzatttttt ttttattttttttttttxttsssisstt tttt tt x Judge R A Burnside was at home this week Mrs Mary Rice was with friends here a few days Mrs M P Frisbie is visiting Mrs J P Sandifer of Covington Mrs R E McRoberts is attending the Jamestown Exposition Dr and Mrs Marshal Denny visited relatives in Lowell Saturday and Sun day Mrs Larry D Jones flf Monticello is visiting her mother Mrs M Belle Burn sideMiss Mary Doty left this week for Texas to spend the winter with rela ativesMr Leslie Herndon who has been visiting relatives here has returned to LexingtonMrs Harris has returned from a j visit to her son Mr J R Harris of i TurnersvilleMr of Danville vis ited his parents Mr and Mrs TB Rob inson Sunday Miss Bertha Burnside has been her cousin Mrs Clarence William son of Lexington Mrs R A Burnside has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs William Lackey of McCreary Mrs Elizabeth Mason has returned from a visit to her sister Mrs Hannah Scott of Nicholasville Mrs Jonas Rucker who has been vis iting hei father Mr William Shugars has returned to her home in Ford Miss Fair Beele Oatts of Rankin Mrs T A Smith and son Karl V of Monticello have been visiting Mrs D F RankinMisses Katie King and Katharine Wells and Messrs Wallace Gover and Heath Willis of Crab Orchard were visitors here this week Mr and Mrs Saufley Hughes have moved to their farm ner Crab Orch ard Mr Malcolm House and wife moved in the house vacated by Mr Hughes which he recently purchased Mr and Mrs M D Hughes have rooms at Mr J R Mounts Lexington avenue Dr A S Price of Stanford and Mrs Sabre Hays McClure of Crab Orchard were married in Cincinnati yesterday at the home of Mrs Chas Hoeing on Kemper Lane Dr Price is a Garrard county boy but moved to Stanford some years ago where he has been quite successful in the practice of den tistryThe following invitations have been issued Mrs B F Walter At Home Miss Cora Ward Oct 31 1907 3 to 5 oclock P M Halloween Linen Shower BEDNA VISTA Miss Cora Poor Is with friends in Lex ingtonHoward Lane of Richmond spent Sunday with friends here Mr and Mrs John Poor visited their daughter Mrs Ballard near Stanford Mr and Mrs Howard King have been visiting Mrs Kings parents at Buck eyeMr John Spoonamore of Lincoln county was with relatives here Sun dayMrs James Spilman ofHarrodsburg was mingling with friends here last weekMiss Edna Mason spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents in Lan casterMiss Bessie Bolton of Harrodsburg spent Saturday night with Mrs James RobinsonMr Mrs J B Robinson will spend a few days this week with relatives at f J visiting I I v Mr Branham Beazley left this week for Texas to reside Mr William Goodloe of Paris was a visitor here Sunday Miss Lena Rigney has returned from a weeks stay in Louisville Mrs Susan Fisher leaves this week for North Carolina to reside Mr J L Anderson of Washington D C is visiting in this city Mrs Sam Higgins of Stanford has been visiting relatives in this county Mesdames Saddler and West visited Mrs P G Warner of Stanford Miss Mamie Bastin has returned from a visit with friends in Lexington Walden of Danville visit ed her brother Mr S T Leavell Sun day Mr Jessie Walden wife and son of Danville have been visiting Mrs Chas Anderson Miss Cora Ward is with relatives here after a visit to Cincinnati and MonticelloRev Adams of Lexington was the guest of Miss Bessie Pierce several days last week Mrs Lizzie Dillon and Mrs Jesse D Wearen of Stanford were visitors of Mrs N Miller Tuesday Messrs Millard and Lewis West of Washington D C are visiting their mother Mrs Jennie West Mrs L Wilson and son of Richmond have returned home after a visit to her daughter Mrs W R Gott Mrs William Lock and children of Barhourville have been visiting her grandmother Mrs Patsy Kinnaird Dr and Mrs W S Elkin of Atlanta arrived Sunday for a visit to Miss Jen nie Duncan and Messrs John and Sam DuncanMr L Francis left Monday for Parksburg W Va where he has taken charge of a large gents furnishing store for G Salinger of Cincinnati We had a very pleasant visit from our friend Mr Ed C Hopper Tuesday Mr Hopper was born and raised in Lan caster and has a legion of warm friends here He is possibly one of the best known horsemen in the United States having officiated as judge at all the prominent tracks in the coun try He will leave this week for Cali fornia where he spends his winters The following invitation has been issued Mr and Mrs R G Ward request the honor of your presence- at the marriage of their niece Cora Wardto Mr Louis H West on Wednesday morning November the sixth one thousand nine hundred and seven at ten thirty oclock Methodist Church Lancaster Kentucky VersaillesMesdames Glass and Combs have been the guest of Mrs Ray Wil liams and sister jk Miss Nannie Coulterof Bryantsville has been spending a few days with Miss Mattie Shearer Miss Fanny Brown who has been in Cincinnati for some time is now with her brother near here Mrs Chas Scott and little daughter spent a few days of last week with Miss Mahan of London Mr William Johnson and family who have been visiting Mrs Johnsons mother have gone to Virginia The meeting at the Presbyterian church conducted by Bev Walter and Uncle Joe Hopper closed Sunday night with several additions It was the best meeting the community has experienced for some years The plain gospel sermois preached by Uncle Joe were enjoyed by all W T Mrs Marv Holman leisget hMfftff rely firm IRrS1wsM tc idwf In Memory Never was this community more shocked than when on the morning of Sept 24th the news came that John and Ben Marsee had been found dead in bed at a hotel in Hamilton O On the previous Sunday had gone to Cincinnati with a party of young people from this neighborhood and af ter spending a jolly day came to the station to see their crowd off for home they concluding to go on to Hamilton They arrived there about went immediately to the room assigned them where they were found some time next day dead due to asphyxiation John Leavell was 28 years of age the second son of Mrs Susie Kavanaugh Leavell He was a tine young man industrious uptight of splendid a true friend in religious be lief a Presbyterian He numbered his friends by the score This family has surely been passing under the rod of aflliction For the past two months they have had a scourge of typhoid fev er the mother not being sufficiently recovered to attend the burial Ben Marsee was 19 years old the eld est child of Mr and Mrs Noah Marsee and a splendid boy in every way gen ial bright and companionable he made friends wherever he went He was a member of the Baptist church Both having come from such well known families they leave a host of relatives and friends to grieve for them Rarely has such gloom over spread our community and many eyes unused to weeping shed tears over these two cut down in young man hood A large concourse followed the remains to Lancasters city of the dead where after appropriate ceremo nles we left these in life comrades in a cover let of sweet flowers sleeping in calm repose to await the day when the grave gives back our dead and we shall see them as they are God doeth all things well Trust Him A Criminal Attack on an inoffensive citizen is frequently made in that apparently useless little tube called the appendix ally the result of protracted constipa tion following liver torpor Dr Kings New Life Pills regulate the liver pre vent appendicitis and establish regular habits of the bowels 25c at McRob erts drug store 1m Most of our difficulties are neglected duties Stomach troubles Heart and Kidney ailments can be quickly corrected with a prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Restorative The prompt and surprising relief which this remedy immediately brings is en tirely due to its Retorative action the controlling nerves of the Stom ach etc R E McRoberts Truth makes a better coment than taffy Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the a pen nys great value of this mien tific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Shoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by R E McRoberts Cures Blood Skin Diseases Cancer Greatest Blood Purifier Free If your blood is impure thin hot or full of humors if you have blood poison cancer carbuncles eat ing sores scrofula eczema itching risings and bumps scabby pimply skin bone pains catarrh rheumatism or any blood or skin disease take Botanic Blood Balm B B B Soon all sores heal aches and pains stop and the blood is made pure and rich Druggist or by express 1 per large bottle Sample free by writting Blood Balm Co Atlanta Ga B B B is es pecially advised for chronic deepseat ed cases as it cures after all else fails 4 Myr CLERK WANTED Young man with or with out experience in Clothing and Gents Furnishing Goods Address O Box 374 Haxrodrturg Ky 2t Leaven they 1 a m appearance twofriends deathunder Its gener 4 upon peoplewithout costthe diseased I They Dont Make a Better One Let us show you MOUNT ELKIN Durability Strength Lightness 4 f Draft buy the celebrated Old Hickory Wagon They can not be equalled for the above strong points W J ROMANS We are now displaying a beautiful line of Bohemian Glass Venition Glass and the celebrated fcibbj Cut Glass We are exclvsive agents in Lancaster for Libbys Cut Glass which is undoubtedly the finest Cut Olass made We will take pleasure in showing you our stock Frisbies Drug Store FOR I II I I t I II 9 I i I II H J H nuwtrI i M Business Items Fresh Luwneys Candies at Z5 ai mers Mulfinger Turner want some good country meat 8 30 tf Plenty of coke for Tobacco Stoves at Mount Elkins tf Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains Romans Hand made harness at extra low prices flaselden Bros Seed Wheat We nave something nice glad to show it to you Banks Hudson Now is the time to get a buggy cheap W J Romans Wanted an experienced blacksmith Shop is in fine location can furnish good house and garden Apply to L G Davidson Lancaster Ky Highest market price paid for coun ttY produce tf Gill Walker Simpson Timothy Seed A large stock can make attractive prices as they are bought right tf Bank Hudson Buy in your winter supply of gro ceries at Davidsons He makes lowest possible prices on goods in quantities For Sale 150000 good brick Apply to D S Swope three miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike Phone 193F tf Let us make you on canned goods in case quantities specially low price G Davidson New line of dishes just received tf Gill Walker Simpson I have some high grade timothy seed and seed wheat for sale W R Cook tf Lancaster Magazines taking orders for all leading magazines Will appreciate your Mrs Dolly Brown at Josephs store The largest line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster they are cheap W J Romans We have large stock bought early can deliver promptly or load farmers wagons while they tf Banks Hudson Ballards Ubellsk Flour Strictly first patent and none better try a barrel that is the cheapest way to buy it Banks Hudson Plants kept over winter 25c per square foot in advance tf Lancaster Greenhouse We will pay cash for a car load of Walnuts or Hickorynuts at Lancaster or Stanford Hagan Please Notice Having sold my business I must settle up all accounts and ask those owing me to please settle at once in cash or by note J A Jonestf Dont forget the place to get your winter buggy robe cheap at J Romans For Sale 200 bushels yellow Fultz seed wheat All recleaned W E Moss Phone 184 F 10lltf I am offering great bargains in bug Kies to make room for my large spring stock W J Romans Second hand Piano for sale For particulars call on Miss Betsy Myers West 1011 lm For Sale 200 Barred Plymouth Pullets and Cockerels W E Moss Phone 184 F 10 lltf Notice to Tax Payers Taxes due state and county are now due This includes the dog tax Please call at once 611tf C A Arnold S G C Fresh Lowneys Candies Just received a shipment of the Lowneys Candies Fresh from the factory Put up in handsome Zimmers Restaurant We will sell you your supply of gro cerles for winter at panic prices Call and Jet us make your 10 11 2t L G Davidson For Sale 200 bushels Potato Onions at LOO per bushel W E Moss Phone 184 F 10lltf For Sale A first class family horse perfectly safe 8 yearold red bay Call at Henry Duncans barber shop for information Fins Seed Wheat For Sale Ihave some very fine seed wheat the Yellow Fultz for sale Perfectly clean From threshing reports it has proven better in quality and yield than any other SI per bushel tf jA Doty Yrar School Taxes For the year1907 is past due Please call at once and settle as the school needs the money Those in arrears for the year 1906 will save cost by pay lug at once E W Harris Treas 816tf Tstaccs Growers Attention Now is the time to insure your tobac co Can you afford to take chance of los log your years work Fire Lightning and Windstorm insurance None but the best Companies represented Also all kinds of farm Insured G B Swinebroad Lancaster Ky Phone No 221 Res 132 920tf Important Notice Ladies Home Journal Delineator and Hove Companion will raise their clubbing rates on Nov 1st Call and get advantage of the present low prices before the advance is made Mrs Dollte Brown at Josephs Store U f I W J I am Coal Plants Wanted 2t Northcott either same celebrated boxes I I 11 I Order The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years las borne the signature of S j and bus been made under his supervision since its infancy All Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil and Soothmg Syrups It is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance Its age is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverishness It cures IHarrlioca and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation and Flatulency It assimilates the Food regulates the Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep The Childrens Mothers Friend personal Allow no one todeteive youill this Paregoric Drops PanaceaThe f7c S GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of The Kind You tee Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CENTAUR COMPANY TT MURRAY STREET NEW YOUR CITY TkI MT HEBRON Samuel Duncan sold to Kirby Teater a cow at 3J per lb Mrs Dennie Scott and daughter Miss Bettle were in Harrodsburg Saturday shoppingMrs Deane and and son Irvin were with relatives in Jessamine part of last week Mr G W Thompson delivered to Kirby Teater of Stone a bunch of cattle last week Mr Tilford Preston moved last week to a house on Mr Chas Duncans farm near Lock No 8 Rev Tilford Preston sold a house and two acres of land on canoe Creek to Jas Durham for 120 Rev Jones of Burgin will fill his appointment at this place Saturday Waited Representative in Laiicastenuid vi cinity to look after renewals and in crease subscription list of a prominent magazine on a salary and commission basis Experience desirable but not neces sary Good opportunity for right person Ad dress Publisher Box 59 station 0 New York 3t Public Sale Having sold my farm I will on THURSDAY OCT 31st at 1 oclock sharp at my house sell the following property 3 brood mares 1 buggy mare 5 meat hogs cow 1 buggy 1 rockaway 1 two horse wagon corn planter mower plows 2 harrows etc also 1 side board and chairs and table pictures and rocking chairs 1 suite furniture couch 2 bedsteads 1 childsbed 7 small tables cooking stoves and utensils pans iron kettle and dishes 1 Rodent Home and many other things too numerous to mention Terms made known day of sale CHAS BURDETTE Capt Am Bourne Auct PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm I will on Thursday November 7th sell to the highest and best bidder all my property consisting of household and kitchen furniture and the following live stock towitTwo mares bred to jack 1 filly colt 1 2year old filly sired by Ky Artist 6 2year old mare mules broken to work 2 1year old mare mules 1 5year old mare mule 1 2year old horse mule 2 work horses 2 cows and calves 2 jersey heifers 22 head yearling cattle 50 head sheep 1 buck 50 fat shoots 20 fat hogs 9 brood sows The above sale be made at my farm 9 miles North West of Lancaster and 6 miles East of Danville on the Danville and Lexington turnpike A cordial invitation Is extended to every one Sale will begin promptly at 930 oclock TERMS All sums of 20 and under cash all over that amount on a credit until first of out interest with a good note payable at Citizens National Bank of Lancas ter Ky G T Higginbotham- I M Dunn Auct monthly 1 sow Ijersy heater 1 plain heating stove dishes I n personal will January wIth dinning ALWAYS afternoon and Sunday morning Misses Hattie Duncan and Mayme Lee Sherrow attended a party given by Miss Ruth Stone Saturday eyening S N Morford bought of Edd Grow a bunch of hogs at per hundred and also bought of Alex Dean hogs at 585 Mr Rash Martin and daughter Mrs Will Matherley of Macksville were with relatives here from Friday until SundayMr B Grow bought of Joe Mc Querry a calf for 11 He also bought a yearling calf from Frank Hardrick for 1750 Mrs Frank Garnmond and little soflf Eugene of Mercer county were wif her parents Mr and Mrs G A Bruce a part of last week r- 1 Mr and Mrs Samuel Duncan Mrand Mrs Chas Duncan and Mrs Ernest Montgomery were with their uncle Mr Sam Martin in Boyle county Sunday and Monday If real coffee disturbs your Stomach your Heart or Kidneys then try this clever Coffee imitation Dr Shoops Health Coffee Dr Shoop has closely matched old Java and Mocha Coffee in flavor and it has not a single grain of real Coffee in it Dr Shoops Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted grains or cereals with Malt Nuts etc Made in one minute No tedius long walt You will surely like it Get a free sample at our store Gill Walker Simpson The evil we remember is surpassed by the good we forget J J A weak Stomach causing dyspepsia a weak heart with palpitation or in termittent pulse always weak Stomach nerves or weak Heart nerves Strengthen these inside or controlling nerves withDrShoops Restorative and see how quickly these ailments disap pear Dr Shoop of Racine Wis will mall samples free Write for them A test will tell Your health is certainly worth this simple trial Sold by R E McRoberts When ambition weds avarice aspira tion dies To check a cold quickly get from your druggist some little Candy Cold Tablets called Preventics Druggists everywhere are now dispensing Preven tics for they are not only safe but de cidedly certain and prompt Preven tics contain no Quinine no laxative nothing harsh nor sickening Taken at the sneeze stage Preventics will prevent Pneumonia Bronchitis La Grippe etc Hence the name Preven tics Good for feverish children 48 Preventics 25 cents Trial boxes 5 cts Sold by R E McRoberts 590 r tasteyet mea s t m Lillards THE PLACE TO EAT LIHJ6S 1130 to 130 MENU CHANGED DAILY Mock Turtle Soup Maderia IOC Baked Whitefish Creole Sauce 15 Roast Sirloin of Beef Au Jus 15c Potatoes Stewed in Cream IOC New Wax Beans loc Baked Apple Cobbler Sweet Cream ioc Coffee ioc Tea ioc Milk ioc Buttermilk ioc Always a full line of Steaks Chop Sea Food Etc What you want the way you want it when you want it White Service Throughout Cuisine Unexcelled Everything New Neat Clean and upto date t ii iDjIIlI i i i i t t i tt i i 6 I llE7ll I r OF FINE HORSES Wednesday Nov 6 Having rented my farm I will offer at nubile sale Sixty Richly Bred Saddle and Harness Horses In eluding Five Stallions The Stallions are Dorsey Golddust 12052 Gen Simmons 31947 Lincoln Chief 2566 two full brothers to Jack Diamonds A gelding and two road mares that show speed Three teams 15 brood mares bred to above stallions 47 colts geldings and fillies from weanlings to threeyear olds The ones twos and threes brok en 7 yearling stallion colts 5 by Dor sey Golddust out of standardbred maresAil my own breeding and by such stallions as Dorsey Golddust Lincoln Chief a son of Bourbon Chief Mimic Wilkes a son of Gambetta Wilkes Quasi an imported French Coacher Paragon a son of Jay Bird and out of the best bred mares for both harness and saddle purposes and proven producers Possessing the blood of Dorsey Golddust Alliewood Steath more Gambetta Wilkes C F Clay Happy Day Mimic Cecillian Chief King Curtis Abdallah Messenger Chief Almont Etc Also two fine Jacks one and three years old four young mules and a few good Jerseys and Shortnorns This stock will He sold at my farm 2 miles from Stanford on Huston yule turnpike in Lincoln county Ky on the Knoxville branch of the L N 5 miles from McKinney on Q C R R 7 miles from Junction City the crossing of the L N and Q C 3t F REID Danville Ky Catalogues will he ready Oct 15th CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Hays Always Bought I I ft ph I matched rPLthC Bears the Signature ofI The undersigned hereby give warr ring to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice W S Ferguson Mrs P D Gill Clay Sutton W J Gillispie Ed Portwood W T Worrel KILL THE COUCHA- ND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New POSTED WITH Discovery FOR cOUCHS OLDS PRICE SOc 100 Trial Bottle Free AND ALL THROAT AND LUNGTROUBLES GUARANTEED ATISFACZOB OR MONEY REFUNDED Commissioners Sale of Land GARfiAKD ClKCUIT COURT Mary J Hays c Plaintiffs Ys Sam Johnson c Defendants By virture of a judgement in the above styled action rendered at the August term 1905 of the Garrard Circuit Court I did on Monday 27 1005 sell at public outcry to the highest and best bidder the tract of land hereinafter described but said sale having been set aside at the August term of the Garrard Circuit Court 1907 and the said Master Com missioner being again orderea to sell said land I will on MONDAY OCTOBER 28 1907 publicly before the court house door in the following described real property situated in Garrard County Ky and bounded as follows Beginning at a stake a black oak and backberry marked as pointers thenceS 53 East 81 poles to a white oak corner W W Greer thence with his line North 79i East 99 poles to a stone cor tier thence North 18 West 44 to three young chestnuts thence 4 W 40 poles to a beech and sycamore sprouts thence N 15 E 45 poles to a stake cor ner to G A Conner thence N 72 W 96 poles to a white oak thence N 71i W 49 poles to a stake to knob on Harmons Lick Creek or where it will join W C Hoskins thence back with Hoskins line to the beginning containing 125 acres From this is deducted the fol lowing boundary Beginning at a small black jack and black pine marked as corner at the back line North of Harmons Lick Road and near a large gate thence East ward with the meanders of a small drain that runs through the barn lot where Grantees now live and after passing out of said barn lot same line is to run with the meanders of said drain to Harmons Lick Creek thence Southward with said back line to where it will join W C Hoskins thence running with Hoskins line to the back line or line of Grantors thence to the beginning containing in all 65 acres be the same more or less Said taact of land will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months purchaser will be to execute bend of equal instal ments with good security to the undersigned Master said purchase money bearing 6 a per interest per annum from date of sale until paid upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity the same having the force and effect of a A lein will also be retained the land sold for the payment of the purchase money J M ROTHWELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court R H Tomlison Atty for Pill This October 9th 1907 November CountyKy Commissioner- for judgment required Commissioners Sale of Laud Garnml Circuit Court Chamc Shumates Adarr and Heirs Plaintiffs Vs Champ Shumates Heirs Defendants By virtue of judgement of The Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its August term 1907 in the above styled ease 1 as Master Commissioner will on MONDAY OCT 2Sth 1107 between the hours of 10 a m and 2 p m it being County Court day sell at the court door in Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky to the highest and best bidder the following described real property situated in Garrard County Kentucky in the village of Paint Lick and bounded as follows Beginning at a stone at the East edge of metal on toe Lancaster and Richmond in line of the K C Railroad right of way which is 33 feet from middle of main track thence along East edge of metal of said pike N 22 E 79 feet to a stake and fence post thence with line of the old J L Slaughter Store house lot said line running parallel with and 40 feet South of the South side of the original J L Slaughter store house viz S E 132 feet to a stake corn er to said lot thence with another line of said lot N 3t E 247 feet to the middle of Paint Lick Creek thence up and with the middle of said creek N 78 E 508 feet S 63 E 194 feet to a point in and near the middle of said creek and in line of Railroad right of way thence leaving the creek and with said right of way line S 67 W 297 feet S 05 W 264 feet S 781 W 256 feet to the beginning containing three and six tenths acres Lot No 1 Includes the dwelling and other buildings and is bounded as Follows Beginning at a stone at East edge of metal on Lancaster and Richmond Pike and in line of the K C Railroad right of way 33 feet from middle of main track thence along East edge of metal on said pike N 22 E 79 feet to a stake and fence post thence with line of old I store house let said line running parallel with and 40 feet South of the South side of the original J L Slaugh ter store house viz S E 132 feet to a stake corner to same thence new line S 35 W 47 feet to a stake new cnr ner at railroad rHht of way line thence with the same 161 feet to the this boundary includes the 15 foot street or passway along the rail road right of way line and including said strip contains 210 of an acre Lots No 234 5 are in one bound ary as follows Beginning at a stake corner to Lot No 1 and the old J L Slaughter store house lot and at the West edge of a 15 foot alley thence with West edge of alley including same N 3J E 120 feet to a stake of said Slaughter lot thence with the line running at the South edge in alley which separates lots No 234 and 5 from lot No 12 S 87i E 155 feet to a stake at South edge of said alley which is the North East corner of Lot No 5 thence along the West edge of an alley and not including same S 3i W 125 feet to a stake at Railroad right of way thence with said right of way line 159 feet including the 15 foot passway or alley to a stake in right of way thence N E same bearing as first line 47 feet to beginning 52 100 of an acre including alley on West and alley on the South Lots No 7 8 9 in one body are bounded is follows Beginning at a stake in railroad right of way and at South East corner of lot No 5 thence with line of said lot and also along the West edge of a 15 foot alley and includ ing same N 3J E 125 feet to North east corner of lot No 5 and at the South edge of a 15 foot alley thence along South edge of said alley and excluding same N 85 E 155 feet a width of four lots and the alley also to a stake at South edge of alley and at turning point in the same said stake being the North East corner of lot No 9 and corner to lot No 10 thence with the line of No 10 S 3f W 76 feet to a stake at railroad right of way and at South East corner of lot No 9 thence with the railroad right of way and including the 15 foot pass way or alley along the railroad line 175 feet to the beginning containing 37 100 of an acre including the 15 foot alley along the West side and also including a 15 foot passway along the railroad right of way Lot No 10 is bounded as follows Beginning at a stake in railroad right of way and at the South East corner of lot No 9 thence with line of No 9 N 31 E 76 feet to stake corner to same and at South edge of 15 foot alley East and West thence along South edge of said alley N 65 E 88 feet to a stake in middle of a drain to lot No 11 and corner to No 12 thence up and with middle ofsaid 31i E 68 feet to a stake in said drain and in railroad right of way line thence with railroad line 134 feet to beginning containing 18100 of an acre including 15 foot passway running along railroad Lot No 11 is bounded as follows Beginning at stake in railroad right of way line and corner to lot No 10 thence with the line of said lot ana drain and thence on same course with No 12 down and with middle of drain in all 230 feet to the middle of Paint Lick Creek thence up and with middle of said creex N 7gi E 207 feet S 63 E 194 feet a point in or near the mid die of said creek and in railroad right of way line thence with railroa1 line 300 feet to the beginning containing 1 110 acres including the 15 passway along railroad No 12 is bounded as follows Begin ning at a stake in line to the old J L Slaughter store house lot and at West edge of a 15 foot alley thence with line of said store house lot N 3f E 127 feet to middle of Paint Lick Creek thence up and withmiddle of said creek N 78 E 300 feet to a point in middle of same a corner to Lot No 11 thence leaving the creek and with said lot up and with the middle of a drain S 31i E 162 feet to a point in middle of same corner to lot No 10 thence with line of No 10 and along the South edge of a 15 foot 65 W 88 feet corner to Nos 10 and 9 then still along South edge of alley S 85 W 155 feet N 874 W 155 feet to the beginning containing 1 24100 acres including 15 foot alley running along the South side The West line of lot No 2 N E is 142 feet long alley The width of said lot is 35 feet the East line is 134 feet long counting in width of alley on rail road The West line of lot N 3 N 3i E is 134 feet long including alley next to railroad the width of said lot i s 35 feet the East line is 126 feet long counting in alley The West line of lot No 4 N 31 E is 126 feet long including alley next to railroad the width of said lot is 35 feet the East line is 118 feet long counting width of said alley The West line of lot No 5 N 31 E is 118 feet long including width of alley next to rail road the width of said lot is 35 feet the East line is 11Q feet long counting the alley The west line of lot no 6 N 3 34 E is 108 feet long including alley next to railroad the width of said lOG is 35 house Pikeand But L Slaugnter Slit in- line 3 6 running in- line passing o foot alley- S 31 Includ- Ing r beginning containing drain- S feel East line is 9j feet including the alley Tue West line of lot no 7 N 3 34 Ej is 99 feet long including alley next to railroad the width of said lot is 35 feet the East line is 85 J feet long including The West line of lot no S is 85 feet long including alley n xt to railroad the width of said lot isMfoet The East Ihie is 71 feet loifj count ing in tHe width aforesaid alley The lot no 9 is 71 feet long in eluding width of alley next to the rail road the width of said lot is 35 feet the East line is 59 feet long including the alley Said lots are fully shown on map tiled by commissioner and spread at large upon civil order book No 40 page 538 and Garrard Circuit Clerks otlice Said Master commissioner will first offer each of said lots separately then he will offer lot no 1 bv itself No 2 3 4 and 5 together Nos 6 7 8 and 9 together and Nos 10 11 and 12 separately he will then offer the boundary as a whole and will accept the bid or bids which realize the most money This sale is made for the pur of paying the indebtednes of Champ Shumate deceased and a divi sion of the proceeds among his heirs at law as their interests appear from the pleadings hereinTERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to ex ecute bond for their several purchas es payable with good security to the Master Commissioner for said money bearing six percent inter est per annum from date of sale until paid upon which execution mav issue if not paid at maturity the same having the force and effect of a judgement A lien will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the pur chase money- J M ROTHWELL Master Commissioner Garrard Court This October 9th 1907 Lewis L Walker Atty for plaintiffs Map of these lots can be seen at Peoples Bank Paint Lick Commissioners Sale of Land Ellen 0 Warren etc Puffs vs Mary Weiser etc Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its Aug ust term 1907 in the above styled case I as Master Commissioner will onMONDAY OCTOBER 2Sth 1907 between the hours of 10 a m and 2 p m it being County Court Day sell at the Court House door in Lancaster Garrard county Ky to the highest and best bidder the following real property situated in Garrard county Ky on the waters of Gilbert Creek fork of Dix riverj and adjoining the Lancaster and Stanford piKe awl is bounded as follows Beginning at a point in the east edge of the Lancaster and Stanford pike a corner to theJ lm W Miller dis property thence leaving the pike and with two of the lines of said property S 61 E 1255 chains to a stake thence N 28 E 11 63 chains to an iron pipe driven into time ground in the middle of the old Lancaster and Crab Orchard dirt road corner to said property and in line to the Nannie B Anderson tract now Eliza Anderson thence along said old road and with said Anderson S 74 E 7 chains S 59 E 415 chains S 39 E 1683 chains to a stake thence leaving old road and still with Anderson S 47 W 1992 chains to a stone in said Andersons line a corner to George W Harris property now Kentucky Dis tilleries and Warehouse Company thence with his line passing his corner at IS 84 chains and thence on same course with B F Hudson and crossing middle of railroad at 3133 chains in all 347 chains to a point in the middle of the aforesaid turnpike road then along said chains to the beginning containing 54 41100 acres including railroad right but deducting the said right of way said tract contains 54 810p acres the latter amount 548100 acres being the amount to be sold Said sale is made for the purpose of a division of the proceeds of said land among the owners thereof as their in terests appears from the pleading here in and said land will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security payable to the under signed Master Commissioner for said purchase money bearing 6 per cent interest per annum from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lien wiL also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court W 1 Williams Atty for plaintiffs This October 9 1907 Commissioners Sale of Land GAKKAKD cutcurr COURT Mary K McDonald PItY vs Mary S Cunningham Dft By virtue of a judgment of tile Gar rard Circut Court rendered at its term 1907 in the above styled I as Master Commissioner will on MONDAY OCTOBER 28th 1907 between the hours of 10 a m and 2 p m it being County Court day sell at the court house door in Lancaster and best bidder the following describ ed real property- A certain lot and two houses in the town of Lancaster Garrard county Kentuckyonthe east side of Campbell steet and known on the of said lot conveyed to Cunningham and McMurtry by William II wife by deed of record in the Garrard County Clerks office Said sale will be made for the of realizing the sum of 390400 which is plaintiffs debt interests and costs approximately to date of sale and said property will be sold as a whole TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds of equal installments with good security payable to the undersigned Master date of sale until paid the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity A lein will also be retained upon the land sold for payment of the purchase money This April 4th 1006 J M Tills October MW7 Hj 0 est lint of Wallace 5 pose Circuit GuslusD CUWUIT COU1T till ry distillery N t3i W road N 2t1 E 2 J case Garrard county Ky to the highest town as lot number 39 and the same Kinnaird and purpose moneybearing CourtHerndon time lley purchase described August ROTH WELL Notice of Election At a regular term of the Garnitd County FJCIU Court held ki House in of ter Ky orthe ADH UM Cuuri mer pursuant to adjuurtimeiib ant the following proceedings hadPresent lion A D Ford Judge J II Dunn VS Walker J P Bouune Justices Bog Election to Repair Court House called Thequestion being under the consideration the Fiscal Court con cerning the condition ot the Garrnrd County Court House the vaults of thesame containing the public records the condition of the different court lOoms and the various oflice rooms in the Court House and the fiuestkabeing before the court on motion and court that the said Court House and the various named apartments need reiparing and in many respects remwd cling and it is the opinion of the court that the sum of 8730000 should be appropriated for the purpose of said hereinafter specifically and the said Fiscal Court hereby suggest that said appropriation be made and does hereby recommend the same that is that the sum of 8 JU 00 be appropriated fur the purpose of remodeling repairing and overhaul ng the two vaults and changing the loca tion of the same in the Court House if necessary for remodeling the Cupa lo if found to be necessary for remod cling and repairing the Circuit Court room and remodeling repairing and overhauling the Court House for the purpose of making it neat and and to put in the of heating and to put water from the Lancaster Water Works in the same It is therefore ordered and ad judged by the Fiscal Court of Garrard County on the 5th day of November 1107 an election shall be held and a poll shall be opened at which all legal voters in Garrard County shall be priv ileged to vote oc the question Are you in favor of issuing bonds for the purpose of remodeling and repair lug the court house of Garrard County Kentucky for a sum not exceeding 8750000 it is further ordered that said election be held and polls oe open ed a t all the voting precincts ia Garrard county and the Sheriff of and the object thereof forat least thirty days next before there of in the Record it being the newspaper having the largest in said county and tise the same by printed hand bills posted up at not less than four public places in each voting precinct in Gar rard county an alsoat the Court House door The clerk of this court is order ed to furnish a certified copy of thisor der to said Sheriff It is further order ed that if the vote hereby ordered is iu favor of said bond issue then the Fiscal court will in obedience to said vote and under chapter 5 article 4 Kentucky Statues and the other statute relating to this subject issue bonds in any sum not exceeding 37 30000 for the purpose of repairing and remodeling the Court House of Garrard county Kentucky and to be issued upon such terms as to time of and to paymentof interest and sale of bonds a the court in its discression may deem best but the bonds are not to be sold for less than their full value or bear interest at a greater rate than G per per cent interest per annum from date until paid Oordered court adjourn A D FORD Judge G C CT A true copy J A Doty Clerk GCC by In pursurance of the foregoing order notice is hereby given that at the reg ular election to be held in Garrard County Kentucky on the 5t h day of 1107 an election will be held and a poll shall be opened at the various voting precincts in said coun ty in which all legal qualified voters of said Garrard County will be pet mitted to vote on said proposed ques tion of bond issue as fully set forth in said order Given under my hand as sheriff of Garrard County Kentucky This Sept 17 1007 C A ARNOLD Sheriff G CT Fine Farm For Sale In Garrard County A fine blue gross farm forsale situated on new pike near Point neighborhood being part of the JuliaWalker tract with a handsome new two story sevenroom residence there Well watered six never failing springsarId creek running TKICMS cash in hand balance one Persons looking for such place please write E J and Isabelle Walker livingon farm at Point Leavell or WO Wai Isabelle p E 51 andW O Walker Point Leavell Ky tf Notice To Creditors GAKICARD CIRCUIT Couui Champ heirs PIlL vs Notice to hear proof on claims Champ Shumates heirs Defendants This cause having been referred at the August term 1907 to the under signed Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court to hear proof on ing claims against said estate are here by notifed to tile same before me on or before the 28th day of October 1001 properly proven and that I inmy office in Lancaster Garrard County Ky on that day as the last one to hearproof on such claims This October 4th 1907 J M Rothwell Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court Fruit and Ornamental Srafer Grape Votes A paragas Everytbimg f Orchard Xamt Garde We have no agents Catalogues OB applfcatioa H F HILLENMSIEK II tleJu and the Court the City La ca It flavor courtfor work as comfortable same a system herebydirected Central W A Doty D C Leavell and containing outbuildings bearingsix re Stanford Ky Shumates adnir ChampShumate will sit TRUS i SlN j OP were set- out Regular circulation further aaver payment kI- dXINGTol I KTS