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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4atesraaxrs Tads Highgrade Honest Merchandise at IHonest Prices e i THE RECORDLANCASTER KY FRIDAY DECEMBER 20 WOT w CENTRAL Were You Ever Humbugged Do you know the meaning ofthe word Humbug If not then just go up against some scheme where you are made 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 g o salesall I O c- N WkZR YS I We have Reliably Goods and Guarantee Perfect Satisfaction Incorporated The Recognized Leaders in Dry Goods Suits Notions Shoes Cloaks Wraps Etc EIEEEK rlEE0 CO jI J r I sO 1 ERCAIV in our new store room LARGE AND PRICES are RIGHT Give us a call before you buy and we will make you glad HASELDEN BROS Xmas 0 Goods I e We are making a specialty of Baskets nf Fine Fruits j and Boxes of I Delicious Candies Holidays 1 We have a large stock of candies in pMi bulk at very iWe also have a nice stock of w CHRISTMAS CAKES Zimmers Restaurant I i li forthei ii low prices BEUNA VISTA Miss Mary Skinner will close her school at Lindendale Friday Mr Lish Scott has moved his family to Joe Hamiltons property near here Miss Edna Mason will spend the hol idays with her parents in Lancaster Scott and wife and Hugh As kins attended the inauguration last TuesdayMr Mrs Bnssel Florence are over the arival of a little son on the 8 inst Miss Minnie Ball and Mr McWil llama both of the Mt Hebron neigh borhood spent Sunday with Miss Mary RecordMiss Georgia Cook of Lexington is expected to spend the Xmas holidays with her sister Mrs Chas Deitrich and other relatives Mrs Linton who has been making her home with her daughter Mrs Jno Hicks was married last Friday to Mr Cooley of High Bridge Misses Virginia King Ora Poor Florence Christopher Mrs W T King and Charles Bobinson attended the LeavellSmitb wedding last Wednes dayThe littlestep child of Andy Brongh ton Jn accidentally killed itself last week by discharging its uncles shot gun Interment at the Ison family burying ground J A I D rejoicing CHRISTMAS Dont buy your Xmas goods until you see our immense lines of Fruits Candies Nuts all Fresh and just received Call and see our big stock of elegant OUEENSWARE and GLASSWARE Prices extremely low Let us fix you a handsome box of fine Candies and Fruits H M BALLOU f It il LW iftlJ1ltit I I If I I I I I I I I I I I 1 I ml J1LitI lfl 1Ehe prices named in our great CLEARANCE SALE Until December 25th ill you want these bargains come before thafrtime This Sale was instituted by reason a backward season and we had to realize the money that we had invested in this stoek of high class goods you know p we carry If you purchase any article at our is not satisfac dd Oecetnberr 25J LdJt Only ot tbat H e r I ity tt U fth fact 0 H T L 0 G A YJ r l1 Only 1 store will you u e favor a1r o ao ftf Lancastery- Ya4c q a k C F Sy 3- r Misses Lee aha Sank Herring have returned from a pbastnt visit to Miss Bessie Guley of McCriar Mrs Crit Eubanks came over from Hubble and spent the latter part of last week with her mother Mrs Bell PerkinsMisses Sue Sutton and Eugenia Pol lard were guests of Mrs EllaCecil at Danville Tuesday and Wednesday of last week Miss Anna Kav Jenkins leaves to day for a short visit to her aunt Mrs B A Dawes of Georgetown A few days ago Mr Stiouse was ao cidently cut across the forehead with a knife although the wound was deep enough to require several stitches no serious results are expected Mr Homer Carpenter has resigned the care ot the Pheasant Grove church to take charge of one at Lema O Rev Stanciford of State University will now preach for the Grove congregation beginning his work the first of the new year A Caristm is service will be held by the children of the Fork S S on Christ mas day beginning about 2 oclock The being directed by by Mr Shouse and wife The children are expecting Santa Clause with his pack and a good time is anticipated by them N H Bogie has sold his store to Mr Ewer of Judson Mr Eager giving a Sugar Creek farm containing 166 acres valued at 38 00 per acre and 4000 for the store Mr Bogie will locate in Lexington he will be greatly missed in our community and we regret to see him leave A Real Wonderland South Dakota with its rich silver mines bonanza farms wide ranges and strange natural formations is a writ able wonderland At Mound City in the home of Mrs E D Clapp a wonderful K p m service Fi 1 1- LA ISItUIil case of healing has lately occured Her son seemed near death with lung and throat trouble Exhausting coughing spells occurred every rive minutes writes Mrs Clapp when 1 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 Too Much Credit In speaking of the long term credit system which has been and is now the greatest drawback to the conduct of a successful business the Danville Ad vocate prints the following pertinent paragraph The little money flurry of the last few weeks has demonstrated that the country has been doing too much credit business from the largest frenzied financier to the little crossroads mer chant If every one paid cash there would be no SUCh thing as panic it would be impossible If there is one town in the world that is more credit ridden than another Danville It is about time for the merchants to get together and put their business on a cash basis It is much better for the buyer as well as the seller The pur chaser may not buy as much but he will pay for what he gets and will not always be in debt while the merchant sales may not be quite as large he will know where he is at when he taxes his invoice Try the cash basis and see how you will prosper Badly Mixed Up A braham Brown of Winterton N Y had a very remarkable experience be says Doctors got badly mixed up over me one said heart disease two called it kidney trouble the fourth blood poisiGD and the fifth stomach and liver 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 E McRoberts 50c 1m w 7 Itis druggist nMInM W i ul We will sell you the best grades of Banks Hudson COAL Bollards Obelisk Flour In Barrels Genuine Kanawah Salt Field Seeds and all kinds of FEED at the lowest Cast price We will appreciate a well as a share of your BANKS HUDSON Etc Conn I I I I callas I business I Tin r Shop RoofingGuttering Bros f r Mi I 4 f 1 I I J i ciiyrlr 1 1907- Greeting May He whose star shone and clear To guide the wise men on their Be thy sure ever near To help to comfort and day r The CJpasTreeEsYCi1ARLES uc i BANKS I 1 Mc 0 Wh I 1I Am Waitin qr IvChristmas you bet Li f An iuess 1 The 11 bed l i a dsome when the i F Ti com sound bcsi est- 7 Roll sk un E lM res ai t it n w r e9sh e SW is cro ed and I tacke m cc in to floop0wlth things Ia er ant every o t a su e o dem t oont I It s ea cry s a The n y ba an an ma n I1 ant v sls a ngels o m n such is Im id I coo sit fur the t e t I s to me now lcaini soS osieighbelis- A jingli It seems I fan see ca dies all lighted U in big an b cbroac is fIiie to the brim rJ With c dy that ells Ipyopr mint ry li b o the Tree load wa h the test of ivy aisq i wks or 1 Masior da oes 1scijie in r us tojolly rhea t eftbtfys bdo kn 4hat you ak is tip best but iForme there aiat ia els an is can hire so w Fine as a ell flit up a n7oad A C tree Lt 1 at fer mine you blink s s 1F it was Ohat nil initAin t blunt su istfgst jt whiz its the l i ofSant AClaes es to layr a e year somewhere A Awa off is the to ith his ear el close t a telephone we never f aIiketme oneS urse he ain h rin like yo se the less fief s pose tt ow tno t atw in for don eve fet hemem o bet thinBuoy an rl ish s Y g Hell brin a tk ife ith a andle o e an a hophone pl s songs AU IkhAtt bike a golf bag an clubs an two Te y cubs veoaes I 1 em a u ifu ookats chuckta- ft Ful o fi htins e paper write onall the fi Thin at wish for ee whe look but I never could ame m Never mtnd i I They Il bes i Han fight up there for me when Christhas3 Comes round on the ever8reet tr eea e bright way refuge night The spirit of Christmas What is the spirit of Christmas Is it the generous spirit the spirit of giving Yes but that is not all There will be millions of gifts made between now and the new year and they will not all express the Christmas spirit Some will be made out of pockets of plenty and thus entail no personal service some will be made under compulsion of supposed necessity How many people give things at this time because they think they must They must give to those who they hope or fear will give to them It is almost unfortunate that giving and taking has become such a feature of our Christmas celebration because the mere gift is incapable of express ing the spirit of this occasion and the occasion itself has become a burden to many because it has been so much abused It is not by giving lavishly that we honor Christ whose birth we celebrate but by sharing unselfishly every good thing we possess This puts the best things of Christmas within reach of every human life and enables every human being however poor in goods to give generously of whatever else he has We all have much Is money denied us then let us give what Is better a word to cheer a smile to awaken hope out of our hearts treasure Who would not rather get a cordial mes sage from a friend that would express his thought and appreciation than to get a dollar trinket What heresy to think that we cannot express an unselfish love at Christmas time ex cept by lavish use of money The spirit of Christmas is the spirit of something u Christ He came on a giving mission but the gift was life Silver and gold had He none to give but He gave health to the diseased sight to the blind hope to the and salvation to all who will ac cept it He proved His unselfish love not only by giving but by sharing by undergoing not only for us but with us all our griefs and temptations Would we honor Christmas and enjoy it we must not only give but give wisely Whether it be a trinket a watch a picture a book or a cordial word and a warm grasp of the hand let it be an expression of the givers hearty identification with the others interests and needs Rams Horn Changed History of World The history of the world prior to Christ is a history of barbarism cruel ty and bloodshed Read the history of Babylon Persia Greece and Rome and you read a history of vice and crime A history that is written in blood and iniquity The classic Greeks and tenacious Romans worshiped a multitude of gods Even the inhabitants of Syria had gone astray until it was declared by the prophet Our worthy ancestors the Teutonics were a semibarbarous people without literature without without refinement and with out religion but when they received the glad tidings of the gospel of Christ their habits were changed their manners refined and their improved Wherever this gos pel is proclaimed it is as a well of water springing up into everlasting life HimselfHis despairing degradation government civilization JiWTUTIha HE bells of Yule ring loud and clear Across the threshold of the year The quiet moon is rising slow Beyond the margin of the snow glint sparkles far and near How long have those old sounds been dear How long have we from youth to sear Reheard their rippling carol flow Yule Old days return old dreams appear conflicts rise of Hope and Fear And yet with all tis good to know Despite Lifes change of kiss and blow ffe still thank God to hear once more bells of Yule I AUSTIN DOBSOK The white iW II t t 11 r 1 i e4- fThe bells o s- Old r 4 1 The 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 McBocberts drug store 25c im I am offering great bargains in brat glee to room for my stock W JRofflane functions R E j K The finest Coffee Substitute ever made has recently been produced by Dr Shoop of Racine Wis You dont have to boil it twenty or thirty min utes Made in a minute says the doctor Coffee is really the closest Coffee Imitation ever yet Not a grain of real Coffee in it either Health Coffee Imitation is made from pure toasted cereals or grams with nuts etc Really it would fool an expert were he he to unknowingly drink it for Coffee Gill sapr f t produced 4 Capt Riley was intently watching from his netloft window the approach of his biggest fishing tug the Alice Riley Even in the inner harbor she was pitching and rolling In the Decem ber seas and was sheathed in ice from bobbing timber head to the overhang a boxful not one he groaned seeing the nested fish boxes still lashed to the deckhouse roof But the boys 11 get their pay somehow theyll get it if I have to slap a on all the outfit No one else should know t but the truth was Christmas cheer was not in Capt Rileys heart as he turned gravely to the twinereeling he had busied him self with since he broke his ankle and Billy Noonan had proudly taken out the Alice Riley the most powerful tug that fished off Skilligalee in the Straits of MackinacThe up to the dock with a bump there was some shouting heavy footsteps clumping on the icy wharf then up the shaky stairs and the door flew open letting in a blast of raw north wind and an icecoated being in oil skins who presently shed his chrys alis and became a crestfallen skipper a curlyhaired alert young fellow who almost hugged the roaring stove for he was drenched and shivering Not a pound capn was his greet ing Breezed up so we couldnt touch the nets he added Old Michigan must be cuttin up considerable the old man answered cheerily f Never mind boy yell get em next Ame But BillyiNoonan knew how bad the fishing had been all year and could figure as well as his employer how bad matters must be Not a man of them aftNot mortgage Got a Line to Her all but loved the grizzled old man and marveled at him for be knew the lake bottom from Point Betsie to the great log railway that scarred the bluffs north of Waugoshance light as most men know dry land Billy Noonan however also loved the old captains daughter Mary and had had bring in a big catch of whitefish when he was given the big tug to lift the last nets of the year Now a lean Christmas a very lean Christmas seemed certain in the Riley home a home for all homeless lads at Christmas time Marys laugh had been infrequent of late and her merri ment had been forced Here she was herself in the as the crew clumped in Billy Noonan she called dont you know youll swamp the tug with the fish jammed to the gun walls so There was a note in her raillery that cut him to the quick How queenly she was this straight blueeyed brunette in the captains oilskins flushed from facing the storm Billy Noonan lay awake that night notwithstanding the long day at the wheel of the lurching tug Through his window he stared out at the black ness and he listened to the wailing wind wailing it seemed to him com plaint at the year of misfortunes and pitiful catches of fish wailing com plaint at the wages and prices of fish fixed by the union that made the lot of Capt Riley so hard in an off year Far out on the Charlevoix pier no white light shone up and down the angry lake the lighthouses and light ships were nowhere else on watch the fog signals were silent although belated barges still stumbled up and down the lake Suddenly a flash in the north and another the flash of rockets brought him out of bedThis side o Waugoshance about White Shoals he calculated Bad place with this wind He shook his bedfellow Kelly the fireman and finally roused him Get out Kell someones in trouble near the straits and maybe the Alice Riley can get a line to her first Good Advic O S Woolever one of thebest known merchants of Rapsville N Y says If you are troubled with piles ap ply Bucklens Arnica Salve It cured me of them for good 20 years ago Guaranteed for sores wounds burns or abrasions 25c at R E HcRobersts Jm Dontforget the place to get your winter buggy robe cheap W J hopedhow- he hopedto doorway wrapped andanother Here drug store at BoBanI 1 4s ever f I Kelly knew what that vrocJ menu t least 400 a day fortli old man ant he knew the need Everyone said the Alice Riley had an uncommon crew two hours later the tugs whistle blew four boomiiijr blasts in the darkness strong ahead and five more that were Billys fare well to Mary if she was awake or eared She saw from her bedroom window the tug steam through the channel sparks flying weirdly in the wind out to the open lake where no light shone to mark the way for the 30 miles of desperate tussle with waves that now at times buried the very deckhouse roof Again the five short blasts as the starboard light turned north beyond the pier then was gone Heres hopin growled Billy as he wbirled the wheel over He was hang ing on grimly for at times the tug stood about on end A sea smashed one of the pilothouse windows and he fixed it as best he could by the dim binnacle light He lashed the wheel to a course two points east of north In the blackness he could see only the white crests of waves The panting of the tugs exhaust told him Kelly was stoking like a fiend and that ONeil was squeezing the last ounce out of his big engine 16 square Ahead was the maddened waters and the flash of rockets- It was still dark when Billy saw as the tug topped a great wave a ships light ahead twinkle a moment where the whitecaps marked White Shoals i At dawn he had a line to the derelict and the great seveninch hauser was going to her overside an hour later they were fast by the forward towing post It would be easy in such a sea to trip on the hatisar and turn turtle or to be snatched by a great wave and have the hauser break The barge on the shoal was an ore freighter loaded to the waters edge a heavy tow With his hand on the bell cord to signal to ONeil Billy muttered Heres for Mary and better He ran the engines started then crash Billys Christmas wishes were cut short the tow post was gone and water poured into the hole in torrents It was hours later when they got that hauser again when the tugs hoarse whistle roared All right and the bellow of the stranded barge replied It was dreary work and Billy and the crew were gaunt with hunger and wearinessAgain in the teeth of the wind they went ahead jerked tremen dously at intervals when the waves snatched the tow When they were getting into deeper water ONeils en gines suddenly stopped and ten later the barge had drifted back to the shoal The eccentric had slip ped the tug was but driftwood bad business in such a sea Billy Noonan and ONeil kept her afloat someway and all the time Billy still clutching the wheel was mutter ing of Mary and Christmas he had strange vagaries but was still sane as a skipper When at last the frantic hammering in the engine room ceased near evening of the next day they were still near to the barge that was pounding on the shoals The sun broke through the clouds a red sun near to setting beyond the tossing the sunset of Christmas eve It was never clear how they got the slow steel barge to move so fast once they got her off again But in the midnight hours when St Nick Kris Kringel and all the Christmas fairies were abroad on land when the last embers of the yule logs smouldered cozily under lines of stockings in many many homes the Alice Rileys deep whistle sounded off the Charle voix pier Capt Riley still sat before his fireplace waiting hopefully as was his nature But for the hundredth time he looked about the room at Marys pitiful efforts at Christmas decorations Suddenly he heard faint but unmistakable the bass call of the Alice Riley Instantly he picked up his crutch and rapped on the door of Marys room So quickly did she appear sus piciously redeyed but smiling she must have been awake too Listen he cried holding up his handBoooooom boooooom boooooom All right Again deep full and growing less faint the whistle sounded All right That means a Christmas for all of us Mary in spite of the fish Then there came a succession of short sharp toots and the captain stared perplexed With a twinkle he turned to Mary Do you know what that means Mary he asked She flushed crimson but before she put her arms about her father with a hug that he understood she flashed her answer from the bow window with a lamp The captain smiling for a long time sat looking at a picture over the mantel the picture of her mother Merry Christmas he said to the very softly I knew it would comeBilly brought Billy had it an unforgetable Christmas with the Rileys When at last he rolled in with Kelly the fireman would have his called It Mary Christmas Copyright 1907 by Wright A Patterson infrequent minutes waters picture itand jokehe blackness The fails to unbar his door at 12 oclock New Years eve to let the old year out and the new year in Trial Catarrh treatments are being mailed out free on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis These tests are proving to the a pen nys cost the great value of thisscien tific prescription known to druggists everywhere as Dr Snoops Catarrh Remedy Sold by R E McRoberts Notice to Tax Payvrm Taxes due state and county are now due This includes the dog tax Please call and settle same at once 41 tf C A Arnold S 6 C IAn peoplewIthout o You are not looking very Jolly on Christmas day observed the girl in brown Were your gifts chiefly hair receivers and silver thimbles or were they so expensive that you are how you can ever return them next yearN not exactly replied the girl in green 1 Oh you should see Alice broke In the girl in brown She looks as happy as the girl who has got rid of the coat of tan she cultivated at the seashore last summer She I dont know whether or not she received many presents but she has one which seems to make her happy It is I am sorry to hear It If that girl got her deserts she would spend the holidays with the dentist you know I have seen a good deal of Alice lately You know we just had to be intimate since Rob was dividing his attentions pretty equally between us Mhm otherwise people might fancy you were jealous ot each other j Jealous of Alice the idea I had to watch her You never know what a girl with her saintly ex pression is saying of you behind your back You know that Rob is sort of I EfE54I cL- JEVGOOGH I e Shewell However l i a wondering perfectly l literary and he talks about books most of the time Well Alice is so deceitful that she pretends she too is literary I hate deceit But how do you manage to keep up the conversation when he Rob prefers a conversation in which the other party Is a listener dear OC course I told him when we first met that I dearly love to read Oh well I dont know a girl who reads as many fashion magazines as you Mhm Well I knew that Bob meant to make me a handsome gift this year anderperhaps add himself to it But how Have you never heard of feminine intuition dear Consequently I just mentioned to him the fact that I am collecting turquoises I knew by the way he changed the subject that he had taken the hint and thought it ac cidentalOhh do show me He asked if I was fond of Thacke ray I said I doted on him Id have said I doted on white mice if he had confessed a fondness for them I was so happy Well yesterday I dropped in at Alices I found her in the library she seemed nervous and I stayed to find the reason And did She asked if I did not consider a set of Thackeray the nicest Christmas gift a man could make to a girl he liked very much I replied Yes if the girl had saffron hair and eyes which were located at right angles And she She replied Oh she was in she knew a man who meant to give a lucky girl just such a set Then she intimated that he intended to hint his hope that the set would soon be housed under his own roof But I said yes the girl was lucky it she had a genius for martyrdom that the man who would make a girl such a gift would be the man who would expect his wife to prefer a subscrip tion to a magazine to a new tailor made frock and an addition to the library to a trip to Palm Beach Good Im glad you said Im not myself dear Rob was in the next room and heard every word Alice had helped him to select a Christmas gift for me and when I came in she told him to wait while she met me In the library so he could hear my cries of delight when I heard of the selection Did you ever know such an unmitigated cat cried the girl ia brown I didnt tell you did I that the gift which so delighted Alice was a set of Thackeray Rob was there and Alices mother stopped me IK Ute ball as I went out to ask the of the dressmaker who Mabels trousseau Copyright 1387 by Wright AT Patterawu QIM ft Crescent Route Tickets on sale 2021 22 23 31st 1907 and January 1st 1908 with final limit January 6th 1908 Ask agent for particulars or write H a King C P A Lexington Ky One good bareess and saddle for at once anywhere Christmas girla earnest whoP Graciousnever address made Ii HNdy Via December 212530 sale a J saIL i Bats Ntisa rat Iootk Until DECEMBER 25th at The WHITE ELEPHANT STORE I a m Ie I The I I r i- y Big Sale Continues HI- I 1 NEW SUITS TOP COATS j- i and RAINCOATS at 4j Smith Herrings j Be sure you see these new upto date goods before buying YYsTCT I u- I We are showing boys knee suits Knicker M J bocker styles in the Brown Scotch Plaid and Blue Serge at 500 to 750 It Ladies Shoes in the well known Patrician make at 350 and 400 Be sure and ask to f t r 4 S see these shoes OUR Christmas GOODS are now being opened We think they are beautiful Come in and see them Morrow McRoberts Modish Millinery Hving only a few Trimmed Hats left I will beginning Monday November 25 sell at cost until all are sold Everybody desiring any thing in the millinery line will do well to call at once Veiling and children Headwear special Caps 25cts ratS Alexander Walker t tll t 0 a tJaa 23Xex01e10B I STOCK CLOTHING I I e New Q I Jim Smith I JJaYiJfX eel 8J X0X XSXXJlilfiJYriJfSX X X0 000X0XSS I I I I I X lreYa9XeI eX I AT COST 4 c n r v rx Fisher Herring j I f L I 1 I t i I 1 411 r V T CENTRAL RECORD ISSUED WEEKLY 100 A YEAR LOUIS LANDRAM EdrPubr I Entered at the Pot Ogee in Lancaster ya SecondClou Mail Matter Member Ky Press Association Lancaster Ky December 20 1907 PERSONAL Miss Annie Royston of Chicago is expected home for the holidays Louis L Burnside left Monday for Kansas with a view of locating Miss Jessie Doty is expected from a visit to relatives in Texas Miss Kathleen Hanley of Nicholas ville has been visiting Miss Anna Mil ler Mrs George Mann and little baby of Bardstown have been visiting Mrs El len Bettis Mrs M D Hughes has returned from a visit to her son R E Hughes in LouisvilleMrs L Elkin returned Monday from a delightful visit to Dr and Mrs Elkin in Atlanta Miss Lillian Sbugars who has been in St Louis and Kansas City returned home Wednesday very much improved in health Bev Hugh McLellan of Richmond was here Tuesday having been called to preach the funeral of Mrs Gulley Mr McLellan who Is a minister of ex ceptionally fine ability has many good friends in Lancaster who are always delighted to see him The engagement hasbeen announced of Miss Minnie Eastbam of Danville and Mr John Potts of Lexington which will be of great interest to their many friends The wedding will take place in several weeks Miss Eastham is quite a pretty and attractive wom an and Mr Potts is a very popular train dispatcher Local Items The annual election of officers for the Masonic lodge will be held on the 27th There will be a box supper at Manse school house next Thursday Dec 26 for the benefit of the school library Everybody invited to come and help in a good cause I Teachers Meeting The Teachers Association of the Lancaster Magisterial District will meet in the chapel of the Graded School building on Saturday Decem ber twenty first at ten oclock a mi All teachers of the county invited to be present Eliza E Smith P Bob Better Louisville Post Mr R E Hu ghes Secretary of the Commercial Club was today removed from his home here to Martinsville Mr Hughes is suffering an attack of inflammatory rheu matism He became ill two weeks ago when he was seized with a severe of tonsilitis This later Into rheumatism Examinations The examination for applicants for appointment to Richmond Normal School held at the County Su perintendents office Friday Dec 20 and the one for appointment to State College will be held Saturday Dec GuHey Mrs Louisa Gulley one of the best known ladies in Garrard county died at the home of herson J D Gulley in Lexington last week and here Tuesday She spent most of her life in Garrard county and was greatly beloved for her aaany acts of kindness and charitable deeds She was in her 74th year of age The funeral sermon ww delivered by Bev Mr McLellan of Btebnond She is survived by two OM J D aad Melvin and one Mn J M Lavtoa of CuKiBMti Saturday V from attack developed 2L was hurried r Hushes will to daughter e V Eld F M Tinder will preach at White Oak school house next Sunday afternoon at 230 Drawing Big Crowds The electric theatre and moving show is drawing big crowds to the Sweeney store room every night The shows are exceptionally fine and are enjoyed by all who attend The price of admission is only five cents A large crowd attended the sale of effects of the late Wm Gillispie near Paint Lick Saturday and all the pro perty brought good prices There was some spirited bidding for some of the antique furniture several articles such as old time roped bedsteads bringing as high as 30 Blacksmith Shop Removed I have moved my blacksmith shop to Depot street where am fixed for turn ing out the very best of work Will appreciate a call from all who want good honest work at reasonable prices Tom McMlllon There are four star routes advertised- to be let in the Lancaster postofflce One from Lancaster to Stone One from Lancaster to Danville One from Lancaster to Nlcholasville One from Lancaster to Stanford Any one who wants a job for 4 years come to the postoffice and read advertisements W T West P M Handsomest in Central Kentucky Mr J A Beazley the undertaker has just received the new funeral car he recently purchased in Cincinnati It is of the latest type with rubber tires and every modern improvement and is unquestionably the handsomest car in Central Kentucky Mr Beazley fitting up his undertakers parlors it the very best manner and will devote bis entire time to the business He i a graduate in the science of embalm lag and has every facility for doing the very best work A Teat Case At Paris Friday Judge Stout sus tamed the injunction of the Franklin County Board of Control restraining F T Hayden from shipping his crop of pooled tobacco to Louisville for the purpose of selling it At the recent meeting of the Burley Tobacco Society in this city it was resolved to make a test case of this one and if successful as they have been so far to prosecute relentlessly every owner of pooled to bacco who tries to dispose of it The case is of great interest to tobacco growers and the progress of the case in the Court of Appeals to which it has been taken will be closely watched A Good Suggestion Another suggestion as to Christmas shopping Go to the stores as early in the day as possible By this means YOU find the employes fresh and fit to attend to your wants you find the goods displayed still unmauled by the hands of hundreds of bargain hunters you net the advantage of the day light in which to see the articles you wish to purchase and every woman shopper knows the value of tnat and you have a start upon the days buying that allows you to get through without be lug rushed off your feet Interesting Meeting The series of meetings which began at the Methodist church Tuesday night are proving of great interest and benefit to the large congregations attending each service Rev Mr Daw son of Mt Sterling is assisted by the local pastor Rev J H Williams and the discourses are listened to with much interest The music is good and is greatly enjoyed A most cordial invitation Is extended to all to attend The Louisville Poet I have taken the agency for the Louisville Post and will deliver the papers at your door every night WITHOUT FAIL give your order your paper be and you will not be disappointed Ring me up at the Record office 43 and I will come aid give you prices I picture Notice I i I exceptionally me Cen l BalL I Wilt delivered i A Selection We understand the new board of City Councilmen have decided to make Mr Luther Herron chief of police for the next term This decision is in deed a wise one for Mr Herron has so conducted himself both as an officer and a gentleman since his residence in Lancaster that be has won the ad miration of the people both white and Fin i J J I black He is a man who does not know the meaning of the word fear but at the same time is one of the most con servative and deliberate men we have ever met Mr Herron came to from Harrodsburg and as in Lan caster was highly respected there He and Mr Beazley the retiring chief did what so many people said could not be accomplished completely stamp out the blind tigers No Paper Next Week As is the custom with all country weeklies there will be no paper issued from this office next week Printing offices are all crowded with job work during the last week in the year and beside the hands must be given a chance to take Christmas as the oldtime people express it The edi tor will be in the office every day as usual and if you want any work you will be waited on promptly If you need job printing ring up 43 and a runner will be after the order in less than a jiffy 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 Higgins Tobacco Sales In Louisville Wednesday B L Kelly sold four hogsheads of tobacco at 20 1950 and 13 average 1687 J M Sanders sold five at 1375 12 1475 1400 1075 average 0 T sold four at 1625 1575 12 and 750 average 13 87 Caused By Pride The Agricultural Statistician of the Census Bureau at Washington Dr Powers in accounting for the increased cost of living gives pride as promi nent among the reasons Times was says the Doctor when a man who wanted to buy a steak threw his basket on his arm and went to the grocery after it But he wont carry a bundle now His meat must be sent to him That is pride It is safe continues the Doctor to estimate that it costs five cents per steak for every cut that Is delivered to a house The same is true with other commodities of every day necessity The man whose food is delivered to him by the green grocer or the butcher the freight There is a whole lot of truth in these observe tions Time was in Lancaster some years ago when the average citizen irrespective of class or pecuniaay con dition his market basket to market himself and lugged his pur chases home also he largely hfe own bundle toter from the n cer In these days we dearly fc n many other things The examinatioir I Lancaster 815 81305 t I pay In of OfU g ILappointees to the Normal De tment Col1ette the omce County Bt Dee Sand U iI Layton was rideofceo a ratiothe matter the cost will be b at of the Super JesieN H iMirZt w R 4 At this list of useful Presents Lisk Turkey Roasters large size 275 Two pint ice cream freezers 150 Boss washing machines 650 Boss hot blast heaters 1000 Universal Bread Mixers 200 Universal cake mixers 150 Douchwich Biscuit Kneaders 650 Crown fluting irons 400 Carving sets 200 Childrens sets from 25c to 200 Coal vases 200 Carriage heaters 200 Buggy robes Dandys 650 Boys saddles 500 Toy wagons galore 100 Best line of pocket knives in town Give us a call we like to show our goods Mount Elkin ECCE u I t 1 i Durability Strength Lightness of Draft buy thecelebrated Old Hickory Wagon They can not be equalled for the above strong points W J ROMANS We are now displaying a beautiful Bohemian Glass toe celebrated Cud Glass We are exclusive agents i Lancaster for Libbeys Cut Glass which is undoubtedly the finest Cut Glass made We will take pleasure in showing you our stock Prisbies Drug Store FOR I f I r J I y dan O I j I c ii t lingo f i e The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been im use for over 30 years has borne the signature of 9 and has been made under his per st sonal supervision since its infancy f f4CUA Allow no onetodeceive youin this 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 On Pare 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 Itrelieves 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 Dropsgone CENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS The Kind You Me Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THE CEWTJkUH COMPANY 77 HURRAY STREET FurnitureCarpets Matting Oil Cloths Linoleums Window Shades Easels Costumers i 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 LIBHT RATES Having to run longer hours higher prices for labor and the advance in fuel on and after January 1st 1908 we make the following new form rates to citizens and resi dents of Lancaster for each 16 candle power lamp per month as follows Rates For Residences I I YORK CRY I J I Springs and Mattresses Glass I I Bears the Signature of Ner Pictnre Frames For 2 lights For 4 lights For 6 lights For For 10 For 12 lights 80 per month 150 per month per month per month 300 per month 340 per month 210 8 lights 260 lights III III For 14 lights per month For 16 lights 420 per month For 18 lights 460 per month For 20 lights 5 00 per month For all lights in excess of twenty will be charged for at the rate of twenty each per month 380 66666 Rates on all Business Houses Hotels Etc For all arc Lamps 4 each per month 2 16 candle power lamps CLOO 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 la 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 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 rulesjdll be strictly enforced from now on The above rates are as low as can be made an Light Plant so you must turn your lights off hours Respectfully Lancaster Farmers AtSB Ican insure your 4teL Tobacco Grain Baled Hay X Yea Para Barns J H General Insurance Agency after andrun rtric Light e n or KIN AIRDS after boa Co- r rFRQ r- rt By special with no Co UT ore tan eomce Phone 31 No 1 W 6 arrangements Tele one No Eesidenee Business Items All kinds of spelt nuts at Fresh Lowneys Outiiiies at Zim mers Christmas goods at June prices tf Haselden Bros Plenty of coke fur Tobacco at Mount Elknits if Get a basket of fruits and candy for vour girl or mother at Ballous See our stoves tf Haselden Bros Buggy and uarness are going at great bargains W J Romans I have a large stock of candies and fruits for tne holiday trade Ballou Hand made harness at extra low prices Haselden Bros Call 181 for your Christmas order Gill Simp Candles The children all say go to Ballous to get fresh candy Now is the time to get a buggy cbeap W J Romans Oranges oranges oranges A nice orange for 20c per dozen W H Ward I am headquarters for ChinaBallou The largest line of winter buggy robes ever shown in Lancaster they are cbeap W J Romans Silver knives folks and spoons tf Haselden Bros We beat them all with our candies in price and quality W H Ward Coal Coal Coal Dont be afraid to pass us your or ders for coal we carry a large stock and can make deliveryBanks Let us fix you a nice basket of fruit for your best girl W H Ward Hotel for Rent The Mason Hotel for rent for year 1908 Possession given Jan 1 11 22tf Mason Santa Claus will be in our show win dow next Saturday Watch for him W H Ward For Sale Undecorated china cups and saucers Reason for selling too large for my use I invite all my friends and others friends to come to my store and see my stock before they buy Price my can dies oranges and bananas in fact I handle a little better than othersBalloa Salt Salt Salt A new car just received especially good for cureing meats Genuine Kanawha Banks Hudson You can make a life time sweetheart out of any girl with Wards fruits and candies Toy wagons and sleds tf Haselden Bros Our lamps are niceer than ever this year and the price is reasonable 2t W H Ward Velocopedes and tool chests tf Haseldren Bros Nice baskets of fruits fixed to your notion at a small cost at 2t Wards Grocery Fresh Lowneys Candies Just received a shipment of the 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 pay ing at once E W Harris Treas 8 16tf We shall as usual be headquarters for everything for Christmas Fruits and candies the finest line of toys of every description nicer presents for ladies and young men Dont buy un til you see our and we are sure to sell you W H Ward 15 2t Ice skates for girls and boys 2t Haselden Bros Tobacco Growers Attention Now is the time to insure your tobac co Can you afford to take chance of your years work Fire Lightning and Windstorm insurance None but the best Companies represented Also all kinds of farm insured G B Swinebroad KyPhone Res 132 tf Dr Roseberry Osteoath Office at G M 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 Warning Notice is hereby given that my son Albert J Back has no authority to sign or use my name in case he does soI will not be responsible there for This December 6 1907 Joseph Back Beuna Vista Ky Taken Up As Astray Black sow pig weight about 60 lbs when came to my place latter part of October Owner can have same by proving property and paying expenses S H Estes Farm For Sale Farm 340 acres in Hardin on river 6 room barn 200 acres bottom land S25 acre Address Box 164 Elizabeth For Sal Hat rack and dining room furniture 12 6 tf Mrs Fleece Robinson member Xmas but once a the little folks happy by hem something from Wards I Can a I Zmm rR- StoVES V Mrs E J 2t Miss Sallie Elkin celebrated losing 920 treated 2t 2t countyKy Noun town Kyr 12 6 tf to t ever be so mean stan for Xmas ttle happy they sOJ ely wagon comes eke 1 ones something make will rememd ellnehe horn thehas Presents for yotirfrlends at Ballous Fresh home hiaclp mince meat the nest ever minV ai Zimneis tf Prof Lippard wauls ambtMoiissn lenisto ih Business CuHtnje Jan 2nd Dour miss It 4t For Rent 2 Ronis in Tlv intern bn linu uvtr Winds u t f i ii08 WM rent rooms either furnished or empv Apply to W II Ward We have a complete line oLSchraff Box Candv Gill Simpson V arn h rs for ali funds T fruits andcaudies for ChrIst man Gill Simpson The Lancaster Business College Opens the 2nd of January offering superior advantage to the young peo pie of this region in obtaining a thor ough business education at half the cost of going to distant schools Every young person possible should seize this opportunity and qualify themselves for good positions Prof Lippard has graduated and placed into good posi tions many Kentucky young people and will be glad to do as much for these of this region if they will only do their part All others interested should send their names to the Record office at once BENtOTH Beneath the of mistletoe The comely Her hair is of a In careless curling strands She ties it with a satin bow Held in her shapely hands The firelight flickers on the wall The shadows quaintly weave Odd patterns that arise and fall She fidgets with her sleeve And prinks her ribbons one and all This daughter fair of Eve In truth she is a lovely sight Her cheek is like the rose Her brow as ivory is white Patrician is nose Her eye is blue with heavens light She holds a queenly pose A man passing the door Looks in and sees her there He tiptoes lightly oer the floor Each man of us would dar Do even this and even more For she is passing fair I I I damselstands enter her it e r Y TI n rl He points above her sunny head She up with a mile The man it may well be said guileHerAnd purse in He his arm about her waist And she does not resist And then in sudden ardent haste The damsel fair is kissed I Ah luscious smack and honeyed taste That he would not have missed And The gleam within her azureeyes that from angers fire Will she with wrathful rousing cries Call forth her sturdy sire temptingstyle I surpriseIs Ah no She laughs I Her dimples In merriment She tosses strand of hair Behind her shapely ear She says Why tis but smflax then Beaeath the seeming mistletoe The damsel stands and The bashful beau M men Should do he takes the you kaevr Aid puts it back again Copyright 1907 by Wilbur D Kceblfc one 1 Upon the andrepentant rate chandelralN the kiss ahr an JreMMaN t t When the Stomach Heart or nerves get weak then these organs ways fail Dont drug the Stow nor sUwuhtM the Heart or Kidneys That is s triply a makeshift a pre soriplitia known lo druggists every where Shoops Restorative The Restorative is prepared expressly for these weak inside nerves Strengthen Mt s tWHs ruid tWill up with Dr Shoups Uestora live tab lets or liquid and see how quickly help will come Free sample test sent on request by Dr Shoop Racine Wis Your health is surely worth this simple test R E WKYANTSYILLB Mr G B Rose is in Eastern Kentuc ky on business Mr W J Hogan has been quite sick for several days Mr T E Adams of Sharpsburg will spend the Holidays here Mr Sam Haselden who has been quite sick is very much improved Miss Ballard is at home a visit to relatives in Lexington- Mr Everett Lawson has returned home after spending several months in MissouriMr C Rose spent several days at Jackson last week where he went on businessMiss Boner will spend the Xmas holidays with Mrs J M Smith at MackvMIe Miss Lillian went to Friday to hear the noted Kubolik Mrs A J Christopher has returned to her home in Sumtjrsec after a visit to her sister Mrs W A Dickerson Miss Minnie Johnson has returned to her home at Lancaster after teach lug a very successful school at Hick Ulan Miss Mae Scott will close her school at this place Friday Miss Scott is one of the most popular and successful teaohers in the county Miss Mollie Brooks of Crab Orchard and Mr Hubert Carpenter of Lexing ton attended the Leavell Smith wed ding here last Wednesday Missouri Bennett will leave in a few days for her home in Indiana Miss Bennett has been with Mrs Josephine Boner for several se isons as trimmer and has many friends here who hope she will return in the SpringMrs Lane died Saturday at the home of her daughter Mrs Dick Brogle near Hickman Her death was caused by the infirmities of old age The interment took place Mon day at the family burying ground A tickling cough from any is quickly stopped by Dr Shoops Cough Cure And it is so thoroughly harm less and safe that Dr Shoop tells moth ers everywhere to give it without hesi tation even to very young babes The wholesome green leaves and tender stems of a lunghealing mountainous shrub furnish the curative properties to Dr Shoops Cough Cure It calms the cough and heals the sore and sens tive oronchial membranes No opium no chloroform nothing harsh used to injure or suppress Simply a resinous plant extract that helps to heal ach ing lungs The Spaniards call this shrub which the doctor uses The Sa cred Herb Always demand Dr Shoops Cough Cure R E McRoberts Public Sale I will on SATURDAY DECEMBER 21 1907 on my farm about 2 miles west of Lancaster on old Danville pike sell to the highest and best bidder the property 1 wagon 2 work mules farm ing implements household and kitch furnitureTerms known on day of sale Sale begins at 10 oclock AXIE WAGES CASTORIAfor Eke Kind You Hero r I alI Get as lr t 1eHltl IS Mayme Leavell 4 It Always t after Lexington pause following Bears the Signature of An Editors Recommendation Editor The Record We most hear tilt recommend Prof Lippard and his Business College work to the young people of Lancaster His Business College here has graduated a number of our young people and placed them into good positions where they are earning splendid salaries I would ad vise every young person in your region to enter his Business College there as he trains his students thoroughly and places them into good positions TrulyEditor Gazette Mt Sterling Ky Public Sale Having decided to move to my farm and if not sold privately before this time I will on MONDAY Dec 30th 1907 sell to the highest and best bidder the following property 18 bed room sets 4 extention tables 6 good heating stoves and a lot of other things too numerous to mention This furniture good as new Sale begins at one oclock Terms made known on day of sale W R Gaines Notice There wiU bo a meeting of the share holders of The Citizens National Bank at their bank ing house on Tuesday January 14th 1908 to elect directors to serve ensuing year Dec 10 1907 Cashier Election Notice There will be an election held by the share solders of the National Bank of Kj at ltd bank building January 1906 for the purpose of directors for the enact year BC DENNY CacUw 07 i B of f F HUDSON 19 ec e WILL CURE any case of KIDNEYor that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more Evansville Ind writes For over five I was troubled with kidney and bladder affections which causedme much pain and worry I lost flesh and was all run down and a year ago had to abandon work entirely I had three of the best physicians who did me no good and I given to die Foleys Kidney Cure was recommended and the first bottle gave me great relief and alter taking the second bottle I antirely cured TWO 50c AST SLML SILT ANN lECOHMEUEO IT C C J E Stormes Commissioners Sale of Land GAUIAID UIUCUIT COURT Stephen L Walker etc Puffs vs Elizabeth Walker etc Dfts By virtue of a judgment of the Gar rard Circuit Court rendered at its November term 1107 in the above styled action 1 as Muster willonMONDAY Dec 23 1107 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 sugar Creek and bounded as follows Beginning at a fence post and a black walnut pointer iua small drain cornet to R 0 McLean thence down said drain with its meanders and with said McLean N 861 W 10 84 poles N 31 i W 16 poles N 131 W JIG 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 5J W 11 40 poles N 3J i W G poles N 77 W 6 poles N 5U W 24 poles N 3UJ W 20 poles N 22i W 15 poles to a state to same and Robert Gulley thence with said Gulley S 6G W 5S poles to a plum tree corner to same N 36 W 24i poles to a stake 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 57 W 9 10 3G poles to a point in the middle of said pike corner to Baylor Jennings thence leaving the pike S 62 V 3 80 poles to a point at the east bank of Sugar Creek corner to same thence down said creek N 73 W 14 poles to a stake in the creekthence S 5G 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 54J E 42 poles S 44 E 29 poles S 69 E 88 poles S S9 E 13 poles S 72 E 10 poles N 31 E 3 poles to the forks of branch thence up the right hand 7i E 171 poles to a stake in James Yantis line thence with his line N 70 E 56 poles to a stone corner to Yantis thence N 22 E 80 poles to the begin 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 s made for the purpose of a division of the proceeds 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 mouths and the purchaser will be to execute bonds of installments with good security payable to the undersigned Master 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 land sold for payment of the purchase money Master Garrard Circuit Court This Dec 4 1907 R H Tomlinson Atty for Plffs CfeMMbBfeBers Sale ef GAKKARD CIRCUIT COURT John E Stormes Plaintiff vs L Koehler etc Defendants By virtue of a of the Gar FOlEY S KIDNEY CURE BLADDERDISEASE WAS IlVEI UP TO DIE E 1204 N Virginia St I was Commissioner corner i poleS aforesaid hol- lowS polesItI thesale ot moneybearing J M LaM E dt t SIZES described BOTH WELL Com was rrrr Circuit readltieu a i Ji vmber terra 1WOI ia trifle action 1 as Maber Cwmp Mi eon toe hours of 1O v M 2i r ir h im County Court LKy as t crt ITfuisr dour iu Lancaster B ntnl Omitty Ky tt the iwjJiest arid lest bidder me following described real ts ICy on fhir headwaters of Paint L rv I trek did L ut ua as loiiuvb at a stake white cak and two hickories and two black oaks aft sapling pointers at or near J K corner of his little Farmer 5 acre tract and corner of Humphrey Bates survey 18 acres supposed corner of the old GKS ev survey theme lineor same 47 W a viUujj white oak J B Carters 2I acre tract of C B Woods land and the Al fred Jackson 50 acre tract at 311 poles passing small wnito oak in a uulley at 10Ji poles a corner between said Alfred Jacksoni land and C W Montgomerys C D Woods timber tract and passing a stake on a hillside corner between Montgomery and Jenny Bakers tim ber tract at 19i poles and passing chestnut jac stump lately cut down sour wood hickory and oak at 24lt poles a corner between said Baker antt F J Conns heirs and thence with tine of said Conn S i W 53 i pules to a stake at the point of a ridge black oaks and chestnut oaks marked on the east side of and near a narrow gap corner to said Comas heirs thence S 33f crossing line at 218 poles passing another of Scrog gins line at 265 poles in all 292 poles to four young hickories oil the east side of the dividing ridge Lick and Copper Creek waters about six or eight pules from the top ot said ride thence K 67 Ecrossing a branch at 18 poles passing a marked whIte oak and gum marked as a corner at 40 put crnssliiir a prong of Cedar Creek branch at 13 poles crossing the ridge dividing Copper Creek Yates from White Lck waters at 247 poles passing a large white oak marked as a corner at 256 poles A Moberlies line at a poles to a chestnut oar pine and rtd yak thence N 3 W 2Stf poles to the beginning containing 6UO acres and being the same described ar the fourth tract from KoehJer and others to ELKoehles dated ISth of Feb 1899 recorded in deed book 15 page 124 Garrard County Clerks olllce which deed conveyed to E L Koehler the one undivided j form erly owned by Koehler deceased and also conveyed the dower interest of Fanny II Koehler the widow of said F A Koehler From thisis deduc ted a small portion cut off Included in said GOO icre tract is all the land with in the boundary described to McCormick tract of 50 acres and Dwight Woods 50 acres the Horace Woods 50 acres and all the land belonging to E L Koehler within said boundary Said sale Is made for th 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 tne whole brings 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 upon his compliance with the terms of sale TERMS or purchasers will be required to ex ecute bond for their several purchas es payable with good to the Master Commissioner for said pur chase money bearing six percent inter est per annum front date of sale untilpaid upon which execution ifnot paid at maturity the same having the force and effect of a judgement A lien will also retained upon thelaud sold for the payment of the pur chase money This Dec 5 1907 cuit Court Herndon Herndon attys Commissioner7 Sale of Land Garrard Circuit Court Leslie 0 Harber as Guardian CPlffvs DeftByGarrard Circuit Court rendered at itsNovember Term 1907 in the above styled action I as raster Commis sioner will on DECEMBER 23rd lOOT between the hours of 10 a m and p m it being County Court day sell at the Court house door in Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky to thehighest and best bidder the following described real property situated in Garrard on thePoor Eidge Turnpike and bounded as follows Beginning at a point in or near the middle of tne Pour Ridge Pike corner to the 50 acres allotted to Leon Aus tin thence slung and with said pike S 2i E 8 50 chains to a point on West side of pike in old road S 14 E S chains old road corner to the toll house lot thence with line of said lot N 8S Iv tree thence on same course with Tinley in all 575 chains to a corner to Tinsley now set on South side of fence tbence still with X76J W 14 60 chains to a stone in saidTinsleys line in a drain corner to Leon Austin part thence with said Austins up said drain N 4 Epassinir to an elm on the north bank of saiddrain thence up a small drain N 3 V 7 65 chains to a stone 57J E 9 33 and being same land conveyed to Ida Austin by deed from Jno W Millet Master Commissioner on behalf or la 1903 and recorded in Garrard Coun tv Clerks office in deed book 21naue413 Said tract of land will be sold aswhole and said sale is made for the the defendant in this action TERMS Said sale will bo made on a credit ofmonths purchaser will berequired Commissioner for said purchasemoney bearing 6 per cent interestper annum from date of sale until issue if notpaid at maturity A lien money This Dec 4 1907 4 Price Atty forPIf tract ali styled Mouthi Dr 23 1 t sell tae vropl ny sir Urtl tU IU Gtrrard Corns Carters las iq PI i ter a between Fall adeed A ma issue b ROTHWELLMaster forPHIs Kentucky thenceSW passing corner said tot anti Tinsley Brothers at Zt12cbalns to it stone which is 1212 from a wild s aboutten natoAlma arid Leon Austin dated proceeds six securitypayable ajudgment landsoldJ M ROTHwnLKaterCor eec Nr vvi1 ors sort Begiotriug bvvetr supposed Scrugi ins passim in Ludwig F wit The purchaser oft MONDAY v links hedge I t z lilt