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CENTRALJSIOMTXXKTM TEAS LANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 6 THE I 07 YWC f y 4- Y RECORD- s Highgrade Honest Merchandise at Honest Prices R H Were You Ever Humbugged Do you know the meaning of the word Humbug If not then just go up against some scheme where you are madam to believe that youll get somthing for nothing and youll get WISE yes very wise when you take your bargain home and examine it We have no something for nothing our goods are of the very best quality and we sell them at a very reasonable profit Isnt that business Think look before you leap VI Itvr salesall Wehave Reliable Goods and Guarantee PerfectSatisfaction Incorporated The Recognized Leaders in Dry Goods Suits Notions Shoes Cloaks Wraps Etc EiEEEE CC I J iwWzzzE in our new store LARGE STOCK AND PRICES are RIGHT Give us a call before you buy and we will make you glad HASELDEN BROS Xmas Goods room- S BEUNA VISTA Mr John Upton has moved his fami ly near this place Julius Record has returned from a visit to relatives at Wayensburg Miss Edna Mason spent wi h her parents at Lancaster Miss Myrtle Ruble spent a few days last week with relatives in Lexington Miss Oarmicael of Burgin has been the guest of her cousin Miss Fanny Upton Mr William Brown and family leave this week for Cincinnati where they will reside Miss Essie Cecil of Wilmore spent last week with her aunt Mrs James ChristopherMiss Poor spent a part of last week with her sister Mrs Ed Ballard near Stanford Mary Skinner spent the latter part of last week with her father in Lincoln county Mrs Alvie Christopher and children of Somerset were with relatives here Thanksgiving Misses Margaret and Sallie Askins accompanied by their brother Hugh spent Sunday with relatives at Mc CrearyMessrs James Johnson of Louisville and Lenord Johnson of Danville spent Saturday with their uncle John JohnsonThe young ladies were home for Thanksgiving Misses o I Thanksgiving a Bertha Christopher Irene Ruble Mayme Dismukes Alice Scott and Moddelle King Mr Logan Duncan wife and father inlaw recently of Whi Ind have been with relatives here They have decided to remove to their old Kentucky home and will locate in Mer cer near Burgin Thanksgiving Miss Artie Johnson and brother attended the marriage of their sister Miss Nora Johnson to Mr Herman Gaines of Jessamine The wedding took place in Barrodsburg iPersonally Conducted Tour to Florida and Cuba Arrangements have been made by L A Lucas Secretary F L Tours Agency of Cincinnati to conduct via the Queen Crescent Route of holi day tour to Florida aud Cuba stopping at the most important points at each place and returning via the Land the Sky and the Sapphire Country The special party will leave Cincinnati Christmas Evening Dec 25th at 800 P private cars One expense in cludes the whole tour including trans portation hotels carriages and meals Write for itinerary giving cost Ad dress ChasW Zell D Queen Crescent Route Fourth Cincinnati Ohio 2t Flour Flour Fl uT Ballards Obelisk strictly first pat ent and none better try a barrel that is the cheapest way to buy it tf Banks Hudson I I land I of Min P A Vine SIB 5 Closing Out to Quit Business On Saturday Dec 7th we will begin to close out our entire stock to quit business and when we say we are CLOSING OUT we MEAN IT as this is NO FAKE SALE to get trade but A GENUINE CLOSING OUT SALE and we ask you to call and see us and be convineed for yourself We will also ask you to bear in mind that we have no old goods to be sold as our goods are all new and up to date Below are some of our prices Jltmm 1 I 1 If II I II- f shelfworn II JI Shoes Stetson 8600 Shoes go at Stetson 500 Shoes go at Keith Konqueror 350 Shoes go at Hats Worth Hats 3 00 grade go at Worth Hats 250 grade go at Worth Hats grade go at eo eoat 25- II eo 3 87 2 93 II 122- 9I eo eo 193 II 150 98 Shirts Wilson Bros 150 grade go at Wilson Bros L and 8125 grade go at Good 75c Shirts go at UnderwearB- est 50c grade now Coopers 8125 grade now Union Suits worth 8150 1119 83 39 I39 I83 LiT a Big assortment 50 cts and 75 cts Ties at 39 cts We also have a large line of Holiday goods consisting of Mufflers Hosiery Gloves Suspenders Etc Etc Dont forget that EVERYTHING GOES HEMPHILL WEST I III I DESTROYING PROFITS COST NOT CONSIDERED EVERYTHING STARTS AtH T LOGANS Clothing Store Lancaster Kentucky and lasts Fifteen Days 3000000 worth ofMens and Boys high grade Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods thrown on the market at sensation ally reduced prices Opens Saturday December 7 at 9 oclock a m A TERRIFYING SATYR sending death and destruction prices demoralizing competition Will bring thousands of poeple from far and near Here is the proposition briefly told We overbought thousands of dollars worth ofmerchandise and must unload The continuous mild weather finds us with this great big stock and we must positively turn same into money in fifteen days time We must raise 1000000 in the next fifteen days therefore this store and its contents will be the scene of the greatest slaughter in prices ever inaugurated in this part of Kentucky and will long be remembered by the thousands ofpeople who will attend this sale 3OOOOoo worth of Fall and Winter Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods to be thrown upon the market to be sold in fifteen days time beginning Saturday December 7 at 9 oclock a m You cannot afford to miss this sale To stay away is like throwing dollars away Stop and think what it means T ZEZ XlfcT H T Logans magnificent stock of Clothing Hats Furnishing Goodsat the mercy ofthe people Thousands of dollars worth of this stock has been especially selected for the Christmas Trade but in our determination to raise 1000000 n cash in the next fifteen days Everything must go regardless of cost 1090000 in money must be raised therefore heroic measures have been adopted We ask the people of Lancaster and surrounding country to attend this sale and help is unload Much of the actual cost and all profits have been sacrificed and you will be able to buy new stylish Fall and Winter Clothing Shoes Hats and Furnishing Goods lor Men and Boys at less than half the usual prices We state the situa modestly No mistatements will be made throughout our advertising matter Our record many yaers in this community is sufficient guarantee tothe thousands who We need your help Clothing Shoes Hats and Goods at Less than Half Price Cost not Considered a See our hand billfor prices on every article in the house Sale lasts Fifteen Days and starts Saturday December 7th at 9 oclock a m A Crusbing Sale fSatUlrday ece ber 7tIk 1 C7 Co e I S TOP E E c E A C T on for th know us Fur 907 ifl nw I J y J t 1c r JW i x E 1 ra C ap iit po oi tTUE ta Reduction to high 7ic IE3r-r ELY sum A YEAR NBRAS EdrPubr mf Ofirr in fjinenfk idCbutf Vail Vat Ky Press Association rc0 RECORD J Ii rc alb F r ncaster Ky December 6 1907 Local Items Do your shopping now before the rush Jas Stearns was given a verdict of 600 against J D Carter in the circuit court Carter had cut Sterns with a knife some time alp near Cartersville The merchants have an exceptionally nice line of Xmas goods and our ad vice is to KO see them early before th stocks are all clawed over and the stocks broken Mr Jas E Lynn one of Lincoln conn tys most prominent and influential citizens died last Friday His twin brother Mr Tno G Lynn died only a few days before The many Lancaster friends of Mrs Joseph Faulconer who now resides in Danville regret to learn of the death of her pet dog Patsy The little dog was a great comfort to her The Kentuckv Press Association will hold its mid winter meeting at the Seelbach Louisville Dec 27th A most convenient and pleasant time for meeting and a big crowd will be there D K Best after a lingering illness died last week His nephew Mr C F Evans of the Q C road at Lexing ton came for the remains taking them to Richmond for interment Uncle Dave was highly thought of by Lancaster friends 1 S man P Advertisers that this office IK rushed just as you are and that we cannot change uds unless copy is ir office Monday We positively can not attend to them any later during the rush season The Doll Sale Remember doll sale begins next Friday afternoon Dec 18 and contin ues through Saturday All are invit ed to call and see the handsome dis play Chocolate whipped cream and cake will be served for the small sum of five cents Circuit Court Court officials lawyers and all who know say this term of circuit court is the poorest they have ever experienced There are some cases on the docket public interest or in which any considerable sum is involved Judge Bell has been clearing up a lot of odds and ends and when he adjourns court the dockets will be as clear as those in any county in the state Mother Hubbard at Rink The management of the Paint Lick skating rink has decided to give a Mother Hubbard party tomorrow Friday night and a big time is look ed forward to The rink is proving the source of much pleasure and is largely patronized by old and young alike A lot of new music has just been received which will add greatly to the enjoyment Many Lancaster people attend the rink and abig crowd will go Up tomorrow night The Inauguration A big delegation of Garrard county people will attend the inauguration of Gov Agustus E Willson at Frankfort next Tuesday The railroad gives a rate of one fare plus 25cts making tbe trip inexpensive You can leave Lan caster at five oclock a m have all day in Frankfort and leave there late in af ternoon reaching Lancaster at 830 The people of Frankfort have cast aside politics and are working to this the biggest success ever achieved on similar occasions ITo be but noneof maker h Banks Hudson We will sell you the best graces of COAL Ballards Obelisk Flour In Barrels Genuine Kanawah Salt Field Seeds and all kinds of FEED at the lowest Cash price We will appreciate a call as well as a share of your business BANKS HUDSON OUR 6hristmas GOODS EgI are now being opened We think they are beautiful Come in and see them Morrow McRoberts mIB Modish Millinery COSTHaving only a few Trimmed Hats left I will beginning Monday November 25 cost until all sold Everybody desiring any thing in the millinery line will do well to call at once Veiling and children special Caps 25cts Alexander Walker f rAtJVRIWM UUIA1ArIA A I I I XX X X X I I0 0 I 1 1l AT sellat are o r flrs ij A 7 7f I J A I s Headwear F LN a y s To Our Patrons I As is usually the case just before the Holidays printing offices are crowded with work consequently we will ask your indulgence for lack of reading j matter in The Record of flees have about three good months out of the twelve and it behooves us to make hay while the sun shines Largest Man in Congress Conjrress met Monday Our repre sentative Hon Harvey Helm was on hand promptly A dispatch from Washington says he Is the next largest man in the Congress another Ollie James being a little the taller They may outmeasure Harvey in stature but when it comes to his mental powers hes the goods all right all right Completion In next issue of The Record we hope to present a picture of the new Eengarlan Mr Fox the who is here every Saturday will make a picture of the handsome new hotel if the weather is favorable The house is about complete All the plumbing and the heating fully installed as are the electric lights When we present the picture we will give a detailed description of the building which stands as a monu ment to those of our monied men who want to see Lancaster second to no town in first class facilities for taking care of the stranger within our gates Enterprising Citizen to Leave It is with much regret we note the determination of Judge J C Hemphill to make a chanpe of residence and move to Louisville He has a fine there and as quickly as he can dispose of his business interests he will move to the Fall City The firm of Hemphill West advertise their entire stock at cost and will sell out as rapidly as possible Judge Hemp hill who has spent his entire life in Lancaster will be greatly missed in the community having always been in the forefront in every effort for im provement Mr West has not fully decided but we trust will remain in Lancaster Old Soldiers Enjoy Day The M D Logan Camp Confederate Veterans was royally entertained at the home of Tinsley Bros near town Thanksgiviag day A most bountiful dinner was served and everything done to bring joy and happiness to the hearts of the gallant old veterans who wore the gray They are loud in their praise of the hospitable treatment and will remember the occasion with great pleasure Those present and their respective ages were Doty 78 J S Byers 73 G W Thompson 72 E M Norman 73 J H Arnold 70 T M Arnold 69 Jerome Tinsley 68 J A Doty 67 Homer Tinsley 65 R R Den ton 64 A Bratton 63 J W Royston 63 I N Myers 69 To Confederate Veterans To the dearly loved and venerated members of Camp M D Logan I wish to express to you my sincere apprecia tion of your presence in my home on the 20th inst The privilege of afford ing you a day peculiarly your own was to me a great one and I hope each of you may refer to it with pleasure and a sense that it is good thus to meet in fraternal love emphasising the high principles that moved you to duty in days gone by cementing the bonds of brotherhood and perpetuating the of true sops of a true cause Wishing each of you a long life and all good both temporal and spiritual Respectfully Mrs IDA TINSLEY They Are Tired of it Shelby county farmers like land owners in other parts of the State are justly incensed with the action of pothunters and alleged sportsmen who trespass on their lands says the Shelby Record It has been considered by many in the past that birds and rabbits are public property and that the privilege was theirs to hunt where ever they pleased To irresponsible hunters who deem a ten cent rabbit of more importance to them than a forty dollar steer is to the farmer may be attributed the determination that is becoming universal to strictly en force the laws in reference to trespass Few farmers will object to giving permission to careful responsible men to hunt on their premises if permis sibn is asked If they deny that priy ilege it is their right as no man is more privileged to hunt on any farm than he is to enterany home uninvited The laws will be enforced in the fu Lure and many who can find more profitable employment in shucking corn than in hitting or missing bun ny will find themselves in serious trouble if they dont abide by it Spoonamore- On Nov 10th 1907 the 13 months old babv of Mr and Mrs Geo Spoona more died after a very brief illness She was not thought to be dangerous ly sick even a few hours before she passed away Little Margaret was their only child She was bright and promising a constant inspiration to the home of this young father and mother Only those who have passed through such ordeals can know what this meant to them They are bearing with fortitude this great sorrow In this loss Heaven is the They share the sympathy of all the good people that knew them Margaret has only gone before to beckon loved ones on to the better place May the Lord bless and com fort their hearts and prepare them and all loved to meet where parting shall never come and tears shall be no more FMT Printing Nearing photographer apparatus- is I f J G I J i r pa- trIotism I am i t i i i i i I exceptionally LIt- tle iin t Kentuckian position ricer t r y- rk h Gossip About People V M A Grief Mention of the and Goings Ly Those Are Interested In Bascom Ford was at home from the past week Miss Eliza Smith was a visitor in Lexington the past week Mrs Georgia Lusk is in Louisville visiting Mrs R E Hughes Bradley Johnston was at home from Lexington the past week R L Davidson and Charles West Mr Denton of Lexington Mrs J M Farra has returned from a visit to relatives in Lexington Miss Jennie Duncan spent with relatives in Stanford Mrs Saufley Hughes spent Sunday with her aunt Mrs Ann Robinson Mr and Mrs Malcilm House are re joicing over the arrival of a fine boy Mrs Charles Davis was the hostess at theEmbroideiy Club the past week Mr Charles West was the host at a dinner given at his home Friday even ingMr and Mrs C F Denman of Nicno lasville visitors here the past weekMrs Mary Hunter of Crab Orchard has been the guest of Mrs Emma GrantMr N Smith of Liuisville was the guest of Miss Ellen Ball Thanks givingMiss Joan Mount was called to La Grange this week by the illness of a relativeMiss Carrie Hatcher has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in StanfordMrs of Crab Orchard spent Thanksgiving with her sister Mrs Rice Kelly Mrs J W Miller has returned from a visit to her daughter Mrs R E Hughes of Louisville Miss Bettie Anderson of Lexington is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Anderson Mrs Jonas Rucker of Ford has been visiting her sisters Misses Maggie and Bessie Shugars Master Eugene Clark of Lexington is visiting his grandparents Mr and Mrs Sam Bourne Messrs Jesse Sweeney and J H Kin naird have returned from several days stay in Louisville Miss Stella Huston of Lexington spent Thanksgiving with her cousin Mrs Jesse Sweeney Mrs Mary Frisbie gave an elegant dinner Thursday evening at her home on Danyille avenue Mrs John Johntson of Livingston is the guest of Mrs Belle Burnside and Miss Nell Johnston Miss Amanda Anderson spent the Thanksgiving at Bryantsville with Mrs Elizabeth Burgis Miss Mary Robinson will give a linen shower in honor of the bride elect Miss Mattie Mae Leavell Mrs R and little daughter Cecil Genevieve have returned from a visit to relatives in Brodhead Mr Harry Tomlinson of Oklahoma is spending the winter with his par cuts Mr and Mrs R H Tomlinson Judge M D Hughes has been in Louis vine visiting his son Mr R E Hughes whose condition is much Improved Miss Allie Anderson will leave soon for Knoxvllle Tenn to spend the win ter with her sister Mrs William Marrs Miss Grace Helen Patterson spent her Thanksgiving holiday visiting Miss Chastine Rucker of Paint Lick Mrs Ellen Tevis of Kirksville has been the recent guest of her sisters Mesdames B F Hudson and W 0 Rig ney Mr and Mrs Ed Perkins gave an ele gant dinner Thanksgiving in honor of the bride and groom Mr and Mrs W A PriceMiss Kate Selvidge who has been visiting her aunt Mrs Susan Anderson returned Monday to her home in Chat anooga Misses Elizabeth Rice and Ruth Da vis of Carlisle have been the guests of Miss Rices sister Mrs Nickol at the college Mrs Banks Hudson and children have returned from several weeks visit to her mother Mrs Alexander Kennedy of Lexington Miss Delia Tinder who is attending school in Lexington spent the Thanks giving holidays with her parents Eld and Mrs F M Tinder Misses Jennie and Susie Mae Led ford and Ollie Bishop of Paint Lick have been visiting Mr and Mrs W B Lackey of McCreary The Christian Endeavor of the Chris flan church gave a very pleasant on Friday which was great ly enjoyed the young people Herald Mr F M is at home from Lan caster where he is running an Electric Theatorium and will remain to enjoy hog killing and Thanksgiving Mr John Dunn who Is attending school in Lexington and Miss Ethel Dunn in the High School in Stanford spent the Thanksgiving hol 1 idays with their mother Mrs W A I Price Z tzgI Wz Lexington H Batson peanuts lal by Burgin cor tHarrodsburR Comics i i z visited Thanksgiving were a teacher y s The followingis taken from a Wash ington paper Miss EHzibeth Master soft Leech of thi3City and MillanJ Fjrrar West of Washirnlcsn and Lan caster Ky were married a noon Wed in the house of Senator and Mrs Thitnas H Carter of Montana on Six teenth street The ceremony was per formed by the Il v Herbert Scot Smith rector of St Mar ureLs pil Uhiiirh of white cnrysunihemums and palms formed the decorations in the drawing rooms and in the dining room where the breakfast was served immediately af ter ceremony the table was prettil decorated with white and gold Only about fifteen or twenty guests mostly relatives were present A D Rogers Sullivant of Plainfield N J played the wedding march Senator Carter at one time a resident of Kentucky an old friend of the brides father gave her in marriage Her bridal gown was of white satin crepe trimmed with Duchess lace and her veil of lace was a family heirloom having been worn by her grandmother and her mother at their weddings The veil was with a coronet of the lace and the bridal bouquet was a shower of bride roses and lillies of the valley The bride was unattended but the best man was the bridegrooms broth er Louis E West himself a bride groom of a few weeks ago After the breakfast Mr and Mrs West left Wash ington for a northern bridal trip They will reside in Washington as Mr West has a responsible and lucrative posi tion here in the Bureau of Internal Revenue The bride is the daughter of E 0 Leech formerly director of the mint and at the time of his death Vice President of the National Bank of Commerce of New Ycrk city Announcement cards as follows have been issued Mrs Milton Elliott announces the of her daughter Minnie Le Grande- to f Mr Robert Dunbar Steele on Tuesday afternoon November the twenty sixth Nineteen hundred seven at four thirty oclock Bozeman Montana A Wonderland South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanza farms wic e ranges and strange natural formations is a writ able wonderlandAt Mound City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful case of healing has lately occured Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spells occurred every five minutes writes Mrs Clapp when I began giving Dr Kings New Discovery the great medicine that saved his life and completely cured him Guaran teed for coughs and colds throat and lung troubles by R E McRoberts druggist 50c and 100 Trial bottle free 1m Buy Electric Theatre Messrs G M Patterson and Alex Walker have purcnased the Electric Theatre and are delighting large au diences every night in the Sweeney store room Change of program every other night The moving pictures are exceedingly interesting The Re cord advises you to see this show Badly Mixed Up A braham Brown of Winterton N Y had a very remarkable experience he says Doctors got badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the fourth blood pension and the fifth stomach and trouble but none of the them helped me so my wife advised trying Electric Bitters which are restoring me to perfect health One bottle did me more good than all the five doctors prescribed Guaranteed for blood poison weakness and all stomach liver and kidney complaints by R McRoberts druggist 50c 1m Doll Sale and Exchange The C W B M will hold a doll sale and exchange at the Stormes room Danville street on Dec 13 and 14 nice stock of dolls and a bountiful supply of everything to eat at very reasonable prices The proceeds 01 this sale go toward the support of orphan girl Please remember the dates tf Bazaar Dec 7th The Mite Society of the Presbyterin church will have a bazaar m the Stormes room on Danville street Sat urday Dec 7th Please remember the date They will have many nice fancy articles suitable for Christmas Also many articles for the Knights of Phythias Take Notice At a regular meeting of Knights of Pythias last Friday evening it was voted to change the meeting night to Thursday evening instead of Friday evening as at present It was also voted that we have an oyster supper on Thursday evening Dec 12th All Knights in good standing are expected to attend Wm Zanone C C 2t J Joseph K R S The examination for appintees to the Normal Department of State College will at the office of the County Superintendent Dec 20 and 21 2t Jennie Higgins The examination for appointees to the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School will be held at the office of the County Superintendent Dec 20 and 21 2t Jennie Higgins Remember the Date The ladies of the Methodist church will have their annual Apron sale and will have an exchange in connection with it Your patronage will be much appreciated Dec 14th in Thoaapeon room on Danville street ne lay Ell Ct Q arranged jI KentuckyAt Itl E on A an presents taUe tf beheld i itntitie Reel liver SUITS TOP COATS and RAINCOATS et Smith Herrings Be sure you see these new upto date goods before buying Tfinnftftf We are showing boys knee suits Knicker bocker styles in the New Brown Scotch Plaid and Blue Serge at 500 to 750 Ladies Shoes in the well known Patrician make at 350 and 400 Be sure and ask to see these shoes ooopMoi tIrvh ralvt rr r VIlfilwJ E ll1 iNtl i TOI n TTiT I- J IT IJ Ja SlM S fi I I VI I I I I r01 I Jim Smith H rrin I flJr XQ1a1 I r r l Jflgf YtX01 i s fIT d i 6 5t i r3 sss r j y i They Dont Make a Better One Let us show you MOUNT ELKIN Durability Strength Lightness of Draft buy Old Hickory Wagon They can not be equalled for the above strong points W J ROMANS are now displaying a beautiful line of Bohemian Glass Venetian Glass and the celebrated feibbcj Cut Glass We are exclusive agents in Lancaster for Libbeys Cut Glass which is undoubtedly the finest Cut Glass made We will take pleasure in showing you our stock Frisbies Drug Store FOR I thecelebrated III II I I 9 e- Ve I I I I i Lnnnuwuu1uwu uwiwsii1 Ta II J 1 t TLTvSTOCK URGE No RESERVE Heavy Reduction in Prices READ The Knife Put to the hilt and the Cut Deep and Long READ 0 fe Commencing SATURDAY DECR 7 907 an Enormous Stock to be reduced to the MINIMUM by the Holidays No i NoReserve Reserve Doing It Now Selling Out Doing It Quick Cost isLost Quality Forgotten All Ladies ReadyMadeSuits Skirts Silks and Wool Dress Goods Wash Goods Mens and Boys Clothing Curtains Lin ens Bed Spreads Sheetings Shoes Hats Caps and all Gents must be sold at the most rediculous prices ever made on such a new big clean high quality lot merchandise Sale Begins Saturday Dec 7 9 a m sharp AT THE Big White Elephant Store R H BATSON Lancaster Ky LOOK FOR THE RED CANVAS SIGNS AND FLAGS Lace a I I I I Furnishings STARTLING SURPRISES Unbelievable Facts No mistakes everything just as advertised No catch penny sale of socks and handkerchiefs a few suspenders etc But the knife goes into the vitals of the best of the stock into the meat of the cocoanut right down deep into our best overcoats suits cloaksshoes and everything in hats childrens suits and rubber goods High grade Hart Schaffner Marx Clothing Our best shirts gloves and underwear in fact the whole stock must and will be reduced to the minimum before the holidays Sale Begins 9 a m sharp Saturday Dec 7 We tell you that you never did and never will again buy such seasonable and high quality merchandise at such astonishing prices No shameless exaggerations no maddening disappointments no promises without performances We guarantee every price and every statement made in the circular or refund your money in cash It will pay you to come fifty miles to this sale J i Where on Earth can you Match these Mute but Crushing Prices that follow Clothing Clothing Clothing One let of boys overcoats sold at 300 now 1 1 98 One lut of buys gray mix sold at 2 50 now 1 49 One lot of overcoats brown mix sold at4 00 now Young Mens Overcoats beautiful blacks sold at 400 now 2 49 One lot of mixed and fancy sold ato 00 now 3 00 mixed and extra nice sold at 6 00 now 319 Mens Overcoats One lot of warm and extra value in brown and mix sold at 5 00 now 3 29 black extra value sold at 850 now Another lot of extra soft light weight sold at 1000 now 7 49 All the above are new fresh clean gods bought this fall and a bargain Rain or Cravenette Overcoats Look Lere is where we shine beautiful gray extra value at 12 50 now 850 One lot of soft black all woo cravenettes good value at 1500 now only 10 00 One lot of black all wool full silk lined was a bargain at 2000 now to 13 49 gray striped neat pattern full silk lined swell coats for young men a bargain at One extra heavy gray cravenettes coats for those who do not want the regular weight sold 16 50 now 12 50 One lot of Old Johns our ready sellers always good brown mix wool medium weight sold well at 1000 now Suits Suits Suits lot clay worsted black a bargain at the price 250 lot brown cheviots striped Varsity cut threebutton full suit coat pants and vest sold at 750 now 398 lot black Thibbets threebutton Varsity sack bargain at 5 98 lot of brown mixed four button sack sold at 10 00 now 5 49 lot brown cheviot four button long cut for tall men formerly sold i buys 2 49 One lot of One lot of One lot of 6 29 everyone One lot of One lot of 15 00 6 98 IOn 1 overcoats reduced c pOne at 1250 now 7 49 One lot winter serge double breasted latest style formerly sold at 1250 now 8 50 One lot brown check double breasted full lined coat pants and yest a bargain at 12 50 now 8 50 One lot black Thibbets late cut new style sold at 15 00 now 10 00 All Hart Schaffner Marx all wool fine clothing goes in this sale Those who have worn them know their value and reduced to 19 50 All 2250 suits reduced to 16 50 All 2000 suits reduced to 13 89 All 1500 suits reduced to 1049 All 1250 suits reduced to 8 50 One lot white and fancy vests to close cost 150 to 3 00 your choice at One lot of boys and mens caps job lot all together 15 cents apiece One lot of boys and mens corduroy caps go at 19 cents apiece One lot of better caps at 39 cents apiece One lot af corduroy pants worth175 to now One lot of mens pants brown and black mixtures reduced 49 One lot of mens humbolt jeans pants sold everywhere at L50 reduced to 98 One lot of mole skin pants buttons well sewed on 25 Boys winter knee pants all sizes 15 Boys better knee pants a mixed lot sold at 50 75 and 100 reduced to 39 Dont miss this lot Shoes Shoes Shoes Big reductions in all lines The famous Eclipse and Barker Browns go in this Sale Blacks and tans higbcuts and alL 00 shoes reduced to 4 00 All 4 00 shoes reduced to 300 All 3 50 shoes reduced to 2 98 All 3 00 shoes reduced to 2 49 All 2 50 shoes reduced to 1 98 Ball Band Rubber Boots SnagProof 325 One lot of fur bats mens sizes the best on earth 1 00 The famous celebrated raw edge Stetson Hats reduced to 3 49 suits 98 u 200 119 to2 workmanship All 2500 All 5 QUALITY HIGH 11REBERYEi WHITE ELEPHANT StoreLook for the Big Red Sign LANCASTER KY Look for the Big Red Sign The JUST A WORD To our friends and the public Those have traded with us for years know that we carry only the most uptodate merchandise in every department We carry nothing over from year to year therefore our patterns styles and quality in Clothing Gents Furnish ings Dress Goods Cloaks Etc are always the latest that can be in the larger centers with the cold cash We never have al lowed cheap or shoddy goods on our shelves our trade demands only the best and nothing else would be satisfactory to them We now offer you only this class of goods having nothing but them in our house In this we show our appreciation for those who have stood by us for years by giving them this unparalleled opportunity to buy our new high grade stuff at the most astounding bargain prices Sale Begins Saturday Dec 7 9 a m sharp AT THE Big White Elephant Store R H BATSON Lancaster Ky LOOK FOR THE RED CANVAS SIGNS AND FLAGS who I purchased I I I i One lot of Wrights fine fleeced underwear 200 grade we are closing out Come pick it out at onehall value All 50 cents underwear now goes at 39 cents One lot of mens fancy dress shirts at 15 cents apiece Dry Goods Silk and Wool Dress Goods Fleeced hose 25 cents quality now Childrens fleeced hose all sizes 25c quality Heavy all wool 52 inch dress goods 1 50 quality now All wool fancy dress groods 36 inches wide sold 50 cents 25 One lot of all wool fancy dress goods small patterns 48 to 52 inches wide LOO quality now One piece all wool black and white mingled dress goods 1 25 qualitynow Black taffeta silk extra quality 36 inches wide 89 Black taffeta silk extra quality guaranteed 36 inches wide regular price 1 25 now Fancy silks 36 inches wide reduced to A beautiful line of staple and fancy outings at Southdown wool blankets silk bindings 6 50 quality now 3 98 Eleven quarter Southdown wool blankets silk bound One lot of ladies umbrellas paragan ribbed Cloaks We are making stupendous reductions on our cloaks One lot of cloaks all sizes and styles blacks blues and browns 9 One lot Kersey cloaks blackblues and browns braid trimmed 2 49 One lot childrens cloaks full length new styles patterns 2 49 One lot ladies cloaks full length braided red tan and blacks 3 98 One lot of better grade cloaks full length 7 50 quality now 4 98 We have a lot of new high grade cloaks at rediculonsly low prices One lot of furs high and low grades WE WILL SELL CHEAP We have a full line of ladies tailored suits satin lined coats oraid reduced from 20 00 to All wool dress skirts 15 00 quality reduced to A full line of better all wool skirts new styles all colors 3 98 A full line of skirts at better prices all new and good styles Druggets rugs carpets c at seasonable prices h 15 15 h 75 49 69 h 98 h n 9 05 4 49 h 29 h trimmed 14 98 Ih 2 49 I To the Public and my Friends Owing to the reputation we have established in Lancaster and surrounding territory as merchants in clean high grade merchandise we positively will not allow any exaggeration in any of our advertising and we do hereby agree to refund the money or exchange all goodsduring this sale that are not just as advertised We assure and every purchaser absolute satisfaction and guarantee every price and statement made in this ad or will refund your money All goods will be sold for cash and CASH ONLY Jfc H Batson Proprietor We strongly advise you to be among the first buyers at the very beginning ofthis sale December 7th Saturday at 9 a m sharp Come that day and come every day untilitclosets Remember space wont permit us to mention the thousand ofbargains we have Our store is just full and briming over with bargains all marred at one price only and that means price to alL r I R H BATSON LANCASTER KY Watch for the Red Sign and Flags I I 1 each I I I theme c 1 e 1 0 e J oI w 74 1 4 a I i Big y I7- a a uR Ri 3 The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been in use for over 30 years has borne the signaturo of and has been made under his per sonal supervision since its infancy dcU Allow no one todeceive youinthis AU Counterfeits Imitations and Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of T fiMtt tiiri ChiMreH Ibqaraience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare gore Drops and Soothing 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 Diarrhoea 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 Panacea The Mothers Friend CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of Tie Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years TIlE CCMTMIK COMMUTE TT UMIIAV BTUCCT HO YORK CITY FurnitureCarpets Mattings Oil Cloths Linoleums Window Shades Easels Costumers Etc Etc Etc Anything not found in stock will be ordered on reason able terms Your patronage is appreciated Phone 5 J C ROBINSON NOTICE ELECTRIC LIGHT RATES Having to run longer hours higher prices for labor advance in fuel on and after January 1st 1908 we make the following new form rates to citizens and of Lancaster for each 16 candle power lamp per month as follows Rates For Residences 9kI i I J I Springs and Mattresses Pictnre Frames Glass I I andthe residents For 2 lights For 4 lights For G lights For For 10 lights For 12 lights 8 80 per month 150 per month per month 260 per month 300 per month 340 per month 210 8 lights For 14 lights 380 per month For 16 lights 420 per month For 18 lights 460 per month For 20 lights 500 per month For all lights in excess of twenty will be charged for at the rate of twenty each per month Rates on all Business Houses Hotels Etc For all arc Lamps 4 each per month 2 16 candle power lamps 8LOO month 4 16 candle power lamps 190 month 6 16 candle power lamps 2 70 month 8 16 candle power lamps 340 month 10 16 candle power lamps 400 month 12 16 candle power lamps 4 60 month 14 16 candle power lamps 5 20 month 16 16 candle power lamps 580 month 18 16 candle power lamps 6 40 month 20 16 candle power lamps 700 month For all lights In excess of twenty will be charged for at the rate of thirty cents each per month All parties are requested to turn their lights out business hours In case they fail to do it the current mr will be cut off from them Remember it is no benefit to you to let your lights burn after business hours and by you turning them off greatly helps the Electric Light Co These rules will be strictly enforced from now on The above rates are as low as can be made and run an Electric Light Plant so you must turn your lights off after business hours Respectfully Lancaster Electric Farmers AttentionIcan insure your Tobacco Grain or Baled Hay JM Ymr Fits Bang J H KINNAIRDS General Insurance Agency after Co I Light FREE i By special arrangeaents with tln Telephone I can 3J ldenee fj Co- lay one caa ae Phone No No7 Business Items All kinds of shell nuts at Zmmsrs Fresh Luwucys Candies at Zim mers Christmas goods at June prices tf Haselden Bros Plenty of coke for Tobacco Stoves at Mount El kins tf Fresh home made mince best ever Zimmers tf See our stoves tf Haselden Bros Buggy and wagon harness are going at great bargains W J Romans Hand made harness at extra low prices Haselden Bros Now is the time to get a cheap W J Romans The largest line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster they are cheap W J Romans Plants kept over winter 25c per square foot in advance tf Lancaster Greenhouse Dont forget the place to get your winter buggy robe cheap at W J Romans I am offering great bargains in to make room for my large spring stock W J Romans For Sale A few nice bronze turkeys for quick sale M Higginsbotham Silver knives folks and spoons tf Haselden Bros Watch the window at Wards Sat urday Dec 7th 1907 Notice to Tax Payers Taxes due state and county r due This includes the dog tai call and settle same at once u 611 tf C A Arnold C Coat Coal Coal Dont be afraid to pass us your for coal we carry a large stock and can make Hotel for Rent The Mason Hotel for rent for year 1908 Possession given Jan 11 22tf Mrs E J Mason Notice One good harness and saddle mare for sale at once J Booth Sutton Santa Claus will be in our show win dow next Saturday Watch for him at W H Ward Salt Salt Salt A new car just received especially good for cureing meats Kanawha Banks Hudson Toy wagons and sleds tf Haselden Bros For Sale 59 acres of land and timber in 7 miles of Somerset in Pulaski county W T loolin Box 12 Marksbury Ky Our lamps are niceer than ever this year and the price is reasonable W H Ward Velocopedes and tool chests tf Fresh Lowneys Candies Just received a shipment the cele brated Lowneys Candies Fresh from the factory Put up in handsome box es Zimmers Restaurant Your 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 at once E W Harris Treas 816tf We shall as usual be everything for Christmas and candies the finest line of toys of every description nicer presents for ladies and young men Dont buy un til you see our line and we are sure to sell you W H Ward 152b Ice skates for girls and beys 2t Haselden Bros Tobacco Growers Attention Now is the time to insure your tobac co Can you afford to take chance of los lug 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 132 920 tf Dr Roseberry Osteoath Office at GM Pattersons residence Richmond street Will be here Tues days Thursdays and Fridays of each week Consultation and examination free All diseases and ailments 1125 tf Miss Sallie Elkin is now devoting her entire time to china decoration She has finished many suitable pieces for either wedding or Christmas She extends an invitation to all who are interested to call at her home on Danville street and see her work For Rent My place known as the Benge place on Crab Orchard street possession Jan 1st Has good dwelling yard and about five acres of land Will rent for 1200 per year tf Mrs J I Hamilton Farm For Sale Farm 340 acres in Hardin countyKy on Nolin loom house large barn 200 acres bottom land 925 per acre Address Box 164 Elizabeth town Ky 12 6 tf For Sale Hat rackand dining room furniture 12 6 tf Mrs Fleece Robinson Remember Xmas comes but a make the little folks happy by buying them something from Wards Can ever be BO mean as fall to buy the little ones something for Xmas And make them more time Ward surely believes they will remember them from the lias be b in stock 2t o meatthe madeat Plants Mrs G now please S G orders deliveryBanks L 2t 3t 2t Haseldren Bros headquarters- for treated presents tt river6 year anybody o i i buggies r paying outbuildings once one x Y Dont fail to see line of Toys c they will be open Saturday Dec 7th 2 V H Ward Tlsmember It is no trouble to show ait goods We v rv brtv to visit over store on next Sat ur day W II Sifss for Fates The i i of cun inatio i in use in Wales is limited Many causes have contributed to this In the first place burglary is not common and cracksmen are practically unknown Then the dan er fTT f es ranrt he great when ill he nrs built of stcao or brick Police protec tion and fire prevention leave little to be desired along that line the conservative methods and the economical bent of business men of all classes make them satisfied with lock and key safes some of very ancient patterns Notwithstanding these facts there is an opening for combination safes on account of the number of new enterprises annually for safe dealers that they Ire uently take orders for such safes Ordinarily such safes are made to order and the cheaper price of American safes should give them an advantage with such Heres Good Advice O S Woolever one of the best known merchants of Rapsville N Y says If you are ever troubled with piles Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured me of them fur good 20 years ago Guaranteed for sores wounds burns or abrasions 25e at R E McRobersts drug store 1m November Nomenclature Novemucr was called by the an cient Saxons the wint monat or wind month on account of the gales then prevalent It was also named the blot monat or blood month from the ancient practice of then slaughter ing cattle for the winter provisions It is said that the Roman senators wished to name the month after Tiberius as months had already been named after Julius Caesar and Au gustus but the emperor like Canute felt that it was possible to have too much flattery and refused What will you do conscript if you have 13 Caesars J A Dangerous Deadlock that sometimes terminates fatally is the stoppage of liver and bowel To quickly end this condition without disagreeable sensations Dr Kings New Life should always be your remedy Guaranteed absolutely satisfactory in every case or money back at R E McRocberts drug store 25c 1m c want safes result ractc 1 bane report purchasers apply remarking fathers functions our price pur wards L are Lastly established Undertaker IrteWMl CiYHy Mabfe Ofice OR Danville Street 11111 I J1Bed21 I t Public Sale- As oxcutor of the estate of W J GiliJvpe the undersigned v I orr SAT UK DAY DEC 14 19G7 on his farm Hear Lowell Garrara county Kentucky 10 oclock a m sell to the highest bidder his personal proofirly consist nt nf sut le rows and c ht f w ric mu f 1 sorrel mart 100 sheep 7 sows and IS shoats 250 of wheat turn tobacco and farming products farming implements of all kinds household and kitchen furniture Terms All sump of 10 aid under ca h over that amount a note will be required with approved security due in three months from date of sale At the same time and place the farm of 626 acres will be rented either publicly or privately for the 1908 possession given at once The manner of cultivating the farm and terms will be made known on day of sale State Bank Trust Co Dinner S rvpd Exr at bushels r year I Midwinter Term Which is the rush term Opens January 21st Do you want to be a working unit in the livest most ambitions entuusias tic and professional body of teachers ever gathered together for study in Eastern Kentucky- If so see your County Superinten dent now about an appointment to free tuition if you have not already so and write to the President of the E K S N S for a catalog telling him what studies you desire Address Roark Richmond Ky KILL THE COUCH Arm CURE THE LUNGS Dr lings New I R N WITH Discovery lie dune FOR OUCHS OLDS PRICE Me SLOOL Trial Free aBattle OR MONEY REFUNDED AND ALL THROAT ANDLUNG TROUBLES GUARANTEED I SATISFACTOB v TinI ShopRoofing w 1c 6onnBrOS I r i Guttering Etc I LINE BURIAL Il I flI Iti 11 l t iu ou u i ii JIIIUIIi- rfE 0 3cr 4 j JI 1tQbI OF CASKETS AND ROBES ALWAYS IA STOOL l 4- t Having sold niy farm 1 will offer at THURSDAY DEC 12 1907 at my residence miles from Lance ter i mile from Richmond and Lan caster turn pike near Pnnt Lick the fiiilov iiv pnp rry to wr 3 good brood mires 3 wont mules 9 yearling mules 6 mares and 3 horses 1 suckling mule colt yearling horse colts 3 good milk cows 10 head of yearling steers 5 good calves 2 ling heifers 50 head of good stock beep 3 good brood sows 1 good 2 two horse wagons and other farming implements too numerous to and some household and en furniture Terms made known on day of sale Sale begins at 930 a m S D COCHRAN 2t Paint Lick Ky Special Notice Till further advised all who bring this notice can get a trip to return on the R R and best set of teeth that can be made all for 800 The same terms apply to all who have 500 worth of Dental work done In buying R R ticket take receipt for the money paid for the round trip and the receipt will be taken as cash All work guaranteed to be First class in every respect and to give good satisfaction Only best class of materials used Dr V H Hobson Dennist Richmomd Ky Phone No 2 Public Sale Having decided to move to Indiana I will on SATURDAY DEC 7 1907 at the Buckhannou farm 1 mile from the river bridge sell the following property 2 head of horses 2 milk cows 4 and pigs 1 buggy and harness 2 horse carriage and harness 1 2 horse wagon farming implements of all kinds and kitchen furniture Sale be gins at 930 Terms made known on day of sale G W DAVIS 2t Crab Orchard Ky CASTORIAfor Til Kind You Have Always Bought s Public Sale oullic sale yea carriage I mention Richmondand described household c kilt sow b Bears the Signature of Commissioners Sale of Land GAUUARD CIRCUIT COURT Stephen L Walker etc Puffs vs Elizabeth Walker etc Dfts Bv virtue of a judgment of the Gar Circuit Court rendered at its November term 1907 in the above styled action 1 as Master will onMONDAY Dec 23 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 describ ed real property situated in Garrard county Ky on the waters of Sugar Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a fence post and a black walnut pointer in a small drain corner to R 0 McLean thence down said drain with its meanders and with said McLean N 86i W 10 81 poles N 3Ui W 16 poles N 13i W 31G poles to a stake in said drain about six feet above a marked elm a young walnut also a pointer thence down the drain N 5 ji w it n6 poles N 5H W 24 poles N 36 W 20 poles N 22i W 15 poles to a stake cor ner to same and Robert Gulley thence with said Gulley S 66i W 58 poles to a plum tree corner to same N 86 W 24i poles to astake on a branch corner to same N 40 W 14ipoles to the middle of the Lancaster and Buckeye turnpike corner to samethence with the middle and meanders said turnpike S 57 W a 10 36 poles to a point in the middle of said pike corner to Baylor Jennings thence leaving the pike S 62 V 380 poles to a point at the east bank of Sugar Creek corner to same thence down said creek 73 W 14 poles to a stake in the creek thence S 56 W 6 poles to a stake in the east edge of a stable on the west bank of creek thence up the creek with its meanders and with Clarks line N 77 E crossing the turnpike 40 poles thence E 22 poles S 54i E 42 poles S 44 E 29 poles S 69 E 88 poles S 89 E 13 poles S 72 E 10 poles N 31 E 3 poles to the forks of branch thence up the right hand hoi lowS 7i E 17i poles to a stake in Yantis line thence with his line N 70 E 56 poles to a stone corner to Yantis thence 22 E 80 poles to the containing 145i acres and 4 poles It being the same land conveyed to James H Walker by J B Sanders on September 5 1890 by a deed recorded in Garrard County Clerks office deed book 10 page 339 Said land will be sold as a whole and said sale is made for the of a division of the proceeds of thesale of said land among the widow and heirs at law of said James H Walker deceased 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 Commissioner for said purchase money bearing six percent per from date ofsale until paid having 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 for payment of the purchase money j M ROTHWELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court This Dec 4 lOOT R IT Tomlinson Atty tar Puffs Commissioners Side ofLand CIRCUIT COURT Plaintiff 78 E L Koehler etc Defendants By tlrtue of a judgement of the rard Commissioner W poles N 39i W 6 poles N poleS N aforesaid inning purPose landsold GAEL John E Stormes Gag 2 annum kz rSa v A rard Circuit Cturt rendered at U November term li07T in the styled action I as utr CommnBilM er wilt on Monday WHIM twecn the hours of 10 A t and 2 v ML it being County four jy Court F s in Lancaster Gar ran County Ky r highest and l sr f i described real ropirty situated in Gurrard Cuum Ky I H rli Iieadwurers i f Paint L cu Cr ek bounded follows Beginning at a stake white oak and two hickories and two black owls ail sapling pointers ar or near J B corner of his little Farmer 5 acre tract and corner f Eaten snrvpf 13 acres supposed corner of tho ofl Owsey survev thence line o same S 17 pssiift a white pointer between J B Carters 23 acre tract of C B Woods toed and the Al fred Jackson 50 acre tract at 3tf poles passings small whita oak In a trullev at 109i poles a corner between said Alfred Jacksons land and C tV Montgomerys C D Woods timber tract and passing stake on a hillside corner between Montgomery and Jenny Bakers tim ber tract at 191f poles and passing a chestnut yak stump lately cut down sour wood hickory and oak at 24Ji poles icorner between solo Baker F J Conns and thence with line said i W 93 i poles to a stake at the point of a ridue 2 black oaks and chestnut oaks marked on the east side of and near a narrow gap sup posed corner to said Conns heirs thence S 33 crossing Scroggins line at 218 poles passing another of Scrog gins line at 265 poles in all 292 poles to four young hickories on the east side of the di viding ridge between Fall Lick and Copper Creek waters about six or eight poles from the top of said ridge thence N 67 E crossing a branch at IS poles passing a marked white oaK and gum marked as a corner at 40 poles crusting a prong of Cedar Creek branch at 136 pores trussing the ride dividing Copper Creek wafeis from White Lck waters at 247 poles passing a large white oak marked as a corner at 256 poles passing A Mofcerlies line at a branch at 209 poles to a chestnut oak pine and red oak thence 2T 32 W 2S2 poles to the beginning containing 600 acres and being the same described ar the fourth tract in adeed from Ludwfe Koehler and others to E L Knehles dated 18th of Feb 1SU9 recorded in deed hook 15 page 124 Garrard County Clerks office which deed conveyed to E L Koehler the one undivided i form erly owned by F A Koehler deceased and also conveyed the dower interest of Fanny H Koehler the widow of said F A Koehler From ted a small portion cut off Included in said 600 acre tract is all the land with in the boundary described to witTheMcCormick tract of 50 acres and Dwight Weods 50 acres the Horace Woods 50 acres and all the land belonging to E L Koehler within said boundary Said saTe is made for the purpose of realizing the sum of 367500 which is plaintiffs debt inter est and costs approximately to date of sale Said land will be sold by the acre and in the event that a less number of acres than the whole bring the above debt interest and costs no more of said land will be sold than that number of acres and the commissioner will sur vey said number of acres to the pur chaser upon his compliance with the sale TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of 6 and 12 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 pur chase money bearing six percent inter est per annum from date of sale until oaid upon which execution mav issue if not paid at maturity the same having the fo ce and effect of a judgement A lien will also be retained upon the land sold for the payment of the pur chase money This Dec 5 1907 J M ROTHWELI Master Commissioner Garrard Court Herndon Herndon attys for Plffs Commissioners Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court Leslie 0 lIarber as Guardian cPlffi vs Ida Austin Harber Deft By virtue of a judgement of the Garrard Circuit Court rendered at its November Term 1907 in the above styled action I as Master Commis sioner will on MONDAY DECEMBER 23rd 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 Kentucky to the highest and best bidder the following described real property situated in Garrard County Kentucky on the Poor Ridge Turnpike and bounded as followsBeginning at a point in or near thee middle of the Poor Ridge Pike corner to the 50i acres allotted to Leon thence along and with said pike S 2i E 850 chains to a point on West side of pike in old road SUES chains to a point on East side of pike thence S 25J W 2 25 chains to a stone in the old road corner to the toll house lot thence with line of said lot N 83 W passing corner said lot and Tinsley Brothers at 276 12chains to a stone which is 12 12 links from a wild cherry tree thence on same course with Tins ley in all 5 75 chains to a corner to Tinsley now set on South side of hedge fence thence still with N 765 W 14 60 chains to a stone in said Tinsleys line in a drain corner to Leon Austin part thence with said Austins up said drain N 49i E passing an ironwood tree or hornbean at about ten or twelve links in all 3 OS chains to an elm on the north bank of said drain thence up a small drain N W 7 65 chains to a stone N 572 E 9 35 chains to a stake N 89 E 9 chains to the beginning containing 23 acres and being same land conveyed to Ida Austin by deed W Miller Master Commissioner on behalf of Alma and Leon Austin dated 15 1903 and recorded in Garrard Coun Said tract of will be sold as a whole and said sale is made for the purpose of reinvestment of the ceeds in other land for the benefit of the defendant in this action TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of sir months purchaser will be required to execute bond with good security payable to the under signed 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 fjudgment upon which execution may issue if notpaid at maturity will also be upoa the laacl sold for the payment of the pwchasa money J M Master Coar Garrard Circuit Court W J Atty Plat I alt I I Dc 2 sell at door the llcirt r t as Carters W oak this is deduct erms of Austin 1 51 fromJno A lIen Thin Dee 4190T PrIce for blot tits k vii nit IIumpL rep you r and- o heirsf Circuit Jr pageD a t ROTHW