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THE CENTRAL RECORDVNTAKNISIIKD DKMOCUAGY I HIHKTKKNTH V LANCASTER KY FRIDAY NOVEMBER 20 11108 If V MB KM at I UW Jl1nWION ANI OJlmvIWll 1 JI DArt I 1 f70OP Womens Distinctive Outerwear The seasons most wanted models fitted equal to custom made Wo extend to you nn invitation to call nnd inspect our lino We also have a complete line of for Men Women and Children and can please you both in quality and pricesGet the Habit of Visiting THE Joseph Mercantile Co Incorporated Leaders in HighClass ReadyMade Garments t P1Jtt a3JUdJJ 3J9 i I j p j SuitsCoatsSkirts Waists i j j l 1 I j i ou j I J I I S a 0 s s i t j 4 t I x li I d t I 1 Well Dressed Ladies Wear Our ShoeS I 1jt 1 1 Local Items Tho Records phono number Is 43 County court Monday Call at tho Record ufllcc Phoenix says winter weather will nut begin till after January 1st Ono of the bet In town f jutwicss Apply to W T West ll2CMt Mr Jcsso II Arnold has accepted the position of manager of Tho Steam Laundry give a Bazaar and JSJohn suns room Danvlllo 6th V 111331 Another Train Wo aro delighted to hear that wo may have better train service and are hopeful that the report will prove true by having a day train from Louisville to Richmond and return Basket Supper A Banket Lunch will bo given at Herrings School House tonight Fri day November 20th at 7 oclock A public spelling match will bo a feature of the occasion Everybody Invited Proceeds fur bencllt of Orphans Home lit Louisville Shut Out Tire publication ot the claims al lowed by the Fiscal court will shut out some local matter this Issue but tho claims are Interesting and wo to give you all tho news when we can Meeting Tho Democratic county committee met last Saturday and ratified the six nominations made at a previous Their names appear at the head of the Brat column on tho second page where they and those nominated on the 28th will remain until they are elected In November 1000 Tho Re cord ofllce Is preparing the ballots for the primary on November 28 Notloel The democrats of each precinct In Garrard county will meet at their ro spcctlvo voting places on Saturday November 21st 1008 at 2 oclock standard time elect a corn mlltceman to servo unjll his successor Is elected On the Monday the nine CGinmlttccmcn thus elected will meet nt the In Lan castor and elect u chair man and secretary to servo as provided by law W 0 Gooch Chin 11 132t Dem County Committee Store room tor relit Oil Lancaster Tim Ladles ot xchalllte n Street cemhnr an Court nd IC tiara Iaptletch rchAJII promise I Commit meeting pin folowieg Mouse orgaelz Count The Feet of Ladies who pass and you will find that more feminine feet tread the side walks of Lancaster in our SHOES than in Shoes sold by any other dealer in Lancaster The Reasons Why its bocnuso tho mnjority of tho Ladies appreciate tho oxcollonco of our footwear Our Shoes appeal to tho critical taste of Women who aro looking for Stylo Durbnility and good It Go Anywhere for any kind of Shoes but como horo for tho BEST KIND Shoos in all colors all stylos told all prices H T LOGAN I 1 the t I 1 f1 II r tI Mot f toi1I r M II v i r I I t Kt r Fresh homemade cnQy at Hlmmci For Sale Thoroughbred Duroc It J tfMount The bird law and we expect several messes Lot your be genuine on Thursday 20 Sermon Roy 0 P Hush will preach tho Thanksgiving Sermon at the Metho dist church on Thursday November 20 at tl oclock a m Ladles Aid Society of the Christian Church will meet with Mrs Emma KnulTman next Saturday aftor noon at the usual hour For Sit i Household furniture Otto set of bed room wal nut Boveral tables and ono book case and desk combined Call on or address Record olllce 11 13 3t Litter Correspondents are requested to send their letters on next Monday as we want to Issue on Wednesday In or der that we may give thanks turkey or no turkoy U D C The ladles of the U D 0 will meet with Mrs Martha Friable next Mon day to arrange to send their gifts to the Military Carnival at Louisville to assist In erecting an Equestrian Statue ot Oen John H Morgan C W B M Tho first of the series of exchanges given by W B M Auxiliary at tho Post Odlco Saturday was quite a success Those having it In charge wish to thank the contributors The next of the series will bo given Wed nesday before Thanksgiving In the morning early that may be supplied You are cordially invited to visit this exchange Sheriff Glvfc Warning Sheriff 0 A deslrcslue cautioned penalty Inter est and costs go and county taxes In ten days there will rush and no tice Is given for the of those wbo object to and Inconven fence The Is six per cent and Interest and costs are In addition to this penalty 11 20 2t Exchange The Ladles of the 0 W 0 M will have exchanges at the Post olllce on Danvlllo street the follolng dates Wednesday Nov 25 Saturday De cemoer 12 The sale of good things will begin early on the dates mention ed The ladles will cater to the needs of the housewives and will gladly take order to be filled 61 A Card of Appreciation The ladles of the W C T U desire to express their sincere gratitude and thanks to the retiring editor Mr Landrum for the favors and kind treatment which they and their cause received at his hands while ed itor and hope that success and pros perity may he his wherever bo may cast his lot Mrs Sam Johnson Amanda Anderson Nov 14 1008 Committee Enterprise The Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse is about completed It Is sufllclcntly largo to store the crops and the house Is substantial at the same time pre senting a neat appearance It has been Incorporated among the Incor porators being some of our best men who with all the deserve much credit for mak ing such a useful enterprise possible for the good of tho rumor and the people at large Yet the principal promoters tram the beginning Inclu ding the purchase of the lot stock and looking after everything connected with the enterprise were Joo E Robinson and U M West to whom much praise Is due Kind Word Mr Lewis Landram one of tho very best newspaper men In the State has told his paper tho Lancaster Record and will go In the business elsewhere We hope It will not be far away We want him to stay right here It Is mighty dry weather when ho has not something good to say New Haven Echo Louis Landram who has published and edited the Lancaster Central Re cord tor fourteen years has sold the Record to F Saulley Ilugoes Mr Landram has been President ot the Kentucky Press Association and U popular In news paper circles Mr Hughes Is a man of ability and train lug and Will make Lancaster and Our rued cotunty un excellent paper as Mr Landram has done The poll tics change from Independent to Dem ocratie Rlcbmod Pantagraph Watched Fifteen Year For fifteen years I have watched the working of Uucklens Arnica Salve and It has never failed to cure any boll ulper or burn to which It was applied It bu saved u many a doctor A F Hardy of Rut Wlllton Maine 85o at R 8 MoRatartt drug store lot lie rr c nsiati turn tur eh I the O Ar old public this the n Sta A ecember approaches a alts pen ty bus- Iness stockholders solicit- Ing Records I bill bout t ranks The of n beginning housekeepers a guidance sera says 1 To the Hungarian for a big Thanks giving R L Goochn practical watchmaker and Jeweler will locate at Frlsblo Drugstore this week Why worry a TlmnknglvIng dinner whon you It at tho Ken garlan at a price Circuit Court Convenes Mdnday Nov 23 1008 with tho following docket Appcaranccs45j Only ore murder trial and a very small commonwealths docket Good Meetings Eld Tinder conducted meetings at White Oak Schoolhousn last week which were productive of much good deep Interest being manifested by the crowds In attendance Double Wedding Four were made two hist week when Eld Tinder united J L Murphy to Miss Mamie Underwood and Harvo Me Until to Miss Emma Jones by the holy bonds of matrimony at the home of Mrs Mullssa Underwood The hap py four left on a trip through the South Splendid School Report The first quarterly report for the LancasterOraded School for shows a total enrollment of 274 with an average attendance of 210 The class work has been quite good an average of ninety per cent and above for the following Honor Roll pupils Twelfth Grade Shelby Mason Nancy Walker Dan Elkin Lucy Doty Ninth Grade Charlie Dunn Eighth Grade Owen Goodloe Frank Tinder Ben Woods Mattle Adams Seventh Grade Mary Johnston Bernie Lear Elizabeth Collier Patsy Kinnalrd Lucian Grant J C Hemp hill Mary Clay Williams Mario Bal lard Eliza Cox Sixth Grade Stella Sanders Bessie Cox Jennie Cox Fifth Grade Florence Johnson Mary Cottrell Fourth Grade Berdlo Corder Dal ton Rich Joe Harris West Vernon ThompsonThird Will Rice Amon Sal lie Cox Nellie Cox Charlie Elmore Georgia Moss Annie Powell Mary Wood Harry Brown Bertlo McClure Woodruff Williams William Kavan augur Second Grade Robinson Cook Corder Florence Acton Mildred Beazley Elmer Boyle Wilma Henry Mottle Preston Katie Joshlln Mary Leo Lear AnnIe Reid James Slier James Tlnaer Christine Sanders Belle West Gladys Frlsble Ralph Meadows Val Cook First Grade Mary Adams Claude Conn William Kinnalrd Carrie Ro mans Brown Dickerson Joe Ballou Pearl Dickerson Morrow Geo Swlnebroad Hazel Corder Hudson Friable Annie Briton Moss Margaret Cook Bowman Grant Pearl Oaks Maud Conn Collier Johnston Primer Grade Mary Brown Charlie Conn Minnie Conn Lillian Thelma Hamilton Stella Henry Etta Lutes Mitchell Tinder Kathleen Turner Thomas Walker Neal Elmore Bradford Williams Sue Fisher Respes Special Student In High School Mary Elmore Very respectfully D W Bridges Principal ELECTION OFFICERS For Primary November 28th 10081 Court House No 1 W R Cook Judge John White Judge Geo T Furrls Sheriff Fisher Herring Clerk W A Arnold Challenger 0 A Arn old Inspector ThompS Arnold Chal lenger J E Robinson Inspector East Park No 2 Jim Conn Judge A K Walker Judge W L Lawson Sheriff Alex GIbbs Clerk loge Brown Challenger W R Gott In spector R M West Challenger and InspectorWest No F Robinson Judge A W Knvanaugh Judge J A Beazley Sheriff W O Dunlap Clerk James Clark Challenger and Inspector Frances Clark Challenger R HTomllnson Inspector West Bryantsvllle No 4Charlcy Pclndcxtcr Judge J B Rubbles Judge G A Bowling Sheriff Geo B Robinson Clerk John Rubble Geo II Lane Inspector Will Rose Challenger and Inspector East Bryantsvllle No C Taylor Burdett Judge R D Moore Judge Geo Eager Sheriff Ike Dunn Clerk Bud Dunn Challenger and Inspector John Woods Challenger und Inspector Buckeye No 0 Curt Pierce Judge Andrew Bogie Judge 0 M Moborley Sheriff R 1 Burton Clerk Bob Long Challenger Frank Pierce Inspector J 0 Bogle Challenger and Inspector Walker School louse NO 7 Geo Wilson Judge Joo Ross Judge James Henry Sheriff Will Wheeler Cluck Sim Wheeler Challenger John M Sanders Inspector Jack Sympson Challenger and Inspeator Paint Lick No8E L Woods Judge Geo Allen Judge Mitt Ross Sheriff Clerk Will Conn Challenger Wado Walker Chat longer Parker Gregory Inspector Joe McCormick Inspector Union No Oi J oo Bourne Judge Eph Bently Judge EbbScoU Sheriff Woods Walker Clerk Ebb Cooley Challenger K II Walker Inspector Pill Rogers ChallengerW Qoooh Ohm d Inn abr It c n t reasonn laos lOOP Hob- son Willie Clayton Estes 3J Challenger E O MoWhorter R N otherwise showing WNtiSeqy TnVF io I HEATING= They Burn Their Own Smoke I HASELDEN BROS riiiiEJ riiiriiiFi SI rIiiEJ riiii SJ IiiiiFiJ riii11iiiiFiJ I rIJ General News Dispatches to Duns Review indi cate rapid progress toward normal con dltlonsln trade and Industry being general Four men were killed and four seri ously Injured when a sawmill boiler near Pound Gap In the Ken tuckyVirginia mountains Trading on the New York Stock Ex change reached enormous volume and orders came so fast that some brokers were unable to excute them promptly The grand jury at Nashville yester day afternoon returned a true bill against Robin Cooper Col D BCoop er and former She lit John D Sharp charging them with the murderof for mer Senator E WCarmack It Is that the case will not be called up for trial until the January term of courtAfter an exciting discussion osition to exclude from future mem bership In the United ot the Confederacy the Northern women who are now admitted by virtue of marriage to decendants of Confederate veterans was voted down In the an nual convention of the Daughters at AtlantaThe Tobacco Company of fered the tobacco growers 17200000 per cent of the 80000000 pounds of tobacco In the pool in Kentucky but the reprsentatlves ot tho growers jetting to the premature publication of the offer adjourned without ratify the otTer It Is believed that the offer will be accepted shortly The oldest railroad depot building In the world IB the threestory brick building used by the Louisville Nashville Railroad at Lexington It was begun In 1833 and completed In 1835 and had been contlnuouaiyused as a depot up to no less than a year ago when the new union station was completedIn handed down the court of Appeals holds that the personal property of the wife goes to her hus band although she may have a son by another husband living at the time of her death The opinion was handed down In the case of Thaxtons guar dlan against Ella Walters admlnl strator on appeal from Bath county The opinion was written byJudgoSet tie and ORear and Nunn How to Treat Sprain Sprains swellings and lameness are promptly relieved by Chamberlains Pain Balm This liniment reduces In llamatlon and soreness so that a sprain may be cured In about one third the time required by the usual treatment For sale by F P Friable 1m The Quiley House A tuverlai weklng win fled thli among the The tie with lesion No busy bed bUll beetle Now totbt dining noin our slaps we turn Mart of Uulleji merits illll lu learn Wllb ipotle linen table ii r d To w ten And now with toll quiet tread Conies little MM and old Dob ot M To usher lute toctniomt vUodi nicely cook d How glad lo b HI this house bo kd r M Mri Qulltyl iklll tb t did j ri i TtiU ol vUudt Then i rvlc of to compute lu serves kind ol meat Helene 1 pfd mjr niui Ill mention coutieoui landlord too welcome clap Awaits each coming till to ifftp When If bj u vUr you I I confidence expected aprop Daughters ob- dissented a weary bOil beet watched there each I broad and walters mat often costa person adieu ever baud chance Tell haw to meet It TnavvlIu exploded for- Go 3c roil bad ears repeal Ihs head marl the guests cacti whoa hearty guest a rail Oull y lust tae plaes Uutth See the NEW Florence and 20th CENTURY Twenty live of cinders at Works given freer If hauled when ground not wet L E Herron Supt 11 20 2t Another Land Robinson and Hamilton assisted by Hughes and Swlnebroad sold 165 acres of unimproved land off the Gllllsplo farm to Standf 111 and Patrick at per acre The purchasers will build on the land This leaves 120 acres with the Im provements which Is one of the most attractive places in Central Kentucky OperHouo At a meeting ot the stockholders of the Lancaster Opera House Wednes day night It was ascertained that more funds will have to be raised before the enterprise can be put on foot and L G Davidson was appointed to ascertain the amount necessary to do the work required Mr George Smith an ex perienced contractor stated that it would be much cheaper to arrange the rooms as proposed than It would be to buy a lot and build an opera house from the beginning HIM Bop I Wedding At the beautiful country home of the brides parents on the Buckeye pike at six oclock Wednesday even lug November lltb of matrimony were solemnized between Mr Jessie T Hill and Muse Samantha logic The house was very prettily decorated and only a few of the near relatives were present to witness the wedding P Bush officiated The brldo was dressed In solid white harmonized very beautifully rosy flush that Is always In her cheek She Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Nathan a prominent and prosperous farmer a young woman The groom the son ot and Mrs T O Hill another prominent farmer of the community- Mr Hill Is a young man and the words have been on the lips of all wbo know him be has always been a good boy Tile highest tribute that can them is they are suited to each for they both are good After the a most supper was On following were given a delightful reception by the a dinner In honor of bride and groom The happy couple will make their bom with Mrs Hill Their friends Join In hearty Mt Hebron Mr w 0 Vanderpool of Lexington Is with relatives here Mrs and Mrs A B Dean spent day night with relatives In Jessamine Mr Clayton Arnold received of par tics In some hogs at from Misses May and Bettle Scott were Mr w S Bowling has purchased Interest In the Dunn store Mr Hunter castleman of Dalvess co at school house Thursday evening the formers sisters Mesdtme and will Vander poor at Lexington Rev w will fultlll his appointment at this Saturday morning and There will a sold for the benefit of Saturday afternoon Mr D nnle Scott had a narrow escape Saturday night while returning taabecame frightened tuning the wtgou over bruU a suffering some IIIII IIIloa Sale 65 1008 tbo rites Rev O which s ceremony T O HQ lie carpenterSunday andlittlelJurdet the Water over delightful was given congratulations Sam Sur yslde Land ram church M a 1IlA N Two Boon I 41 P pw 4 Copau- M bus are Obelisk flour and good bread If you employ the first you are always sure of the second They go together even when accompanied by only moderate baking skill Order a Barrel of Obelisk Flour Dont mix it with other flours Give the Flour a chance to what it con do by itself Coal Salt and Feed BANKS HUDSON Lancaster Linnler jx Manufacturers of Doors Blinds Moldings Flooring Ceiling Stairways Etc I in Planing Mill Line Dealers in Coal Feed Lime Sand and Cement 5 House Patterns our Specialty H Let Us Make You an Estimate Lancaster Lumber Manufacturing Phones 74 and 104 Lancaster Ky LET US We will do so with the PUREST and BEST of DRUGS We will fill them promptly and ac curately just as they should May we have the pleasure of serving you We are in business for your Health Frisbies I An Unusual Watch Offer ONLY 600 20yoar goldfilled case with genuine American movement FULLY GUARANTEED MORROW Jewelers and Opticians New Line Piokard China Just Reoeived Wo are showing special bargains in Mens and Boys CLOTHINGL- adies and Childrens Try us anti we will inalto you a spcciol price on thoso goods We will soil thorn for less than manufacturers R S BROWN Lancaster f Kentucky J N MLAro ow Weather- boarding Can Furnish Anything jJ rtNlJf0lIJiJffjjlfjJA I Fill Your Prescriptions beI 0000000000OO OOOOOOC MROBERTS U I t I C1oassH JII y show s Q Q Mfg Q COMPANY i Q Q Q 0- I Q r Q Q Q Co- Q QoQO Q 0 DRUGSTORE e N t t rl t r 4 t cost- S 1 M c r sr JCENTHALIIECOIMHftUKIMYKKKIY F 9 HUGHES EdrPubr gnttreti at IA IMil Oflet Member Ky Press Association end Eighth District Publisher League Lancaster Ky November 20 1900 Democratic County Ticket ForJutlge A D Font For County Attorney J K RoiimaoNi For School Superintendent Miss JRNNIK HIOUINB For Assessor S W OAitiuitn I RepresentativeW For Magistrate BryanUvlllo District J II DUNN bare a copy of The Focus a now and able Journal just started In Louis ville GWhlsky money and floaters should be eliminated in all elections but es pecially In primary where ono party or tho tamlly alone is concerned The President said that Taft had to worship God according to the dictates of his own conscience This Is true and it Is equally true that men had a right to vote against him on of his religion as a tow did The people of China are growing un cations may arise and serious results may follow the change of rulers Four teen banks have closed on account of The democrats are delighted to no tice that the President admits that the republicans have not brought nation to give thanks to God for the many blessings we enjoy on Thursday November 26 In order that we may all prospnr wo should patronize home merchants and home Industries of every kind even at a reasonable price beyond what we would pay elsewhere because those from whom we buy deal with us Think and you will say that this Is the proper course to pursue The friends of the tariff will not be Inclined to reduce It materially and nobody can expect It It was those who have been enriched by It who put up the monuy to keep the republican party In power and It would he the grossest Ingratltuke to lower the schedule though It would be a to the public to do so It Is folly to contemplate such a thing and It was proposed to deceive the people The convention that met Tuesday to appoint delegates to the Democratic Senatorial District Convention W GGooch Chairman and 0 A Arnold Secretary The following delegates were appointed and to cast the vote of Garrard County for Hon R L Hubble John Walter Ben Wllmont W L Lawson J O Bogle Capt T A Elkin and W G Gooch It was understood that Mr Hubble would be nominated at Liberty yesterday It behooves every democrat to for get his personal interest and that of any friend next Saturday and elect a county committee that will always act for the best Interest of the party and In so doing bring good to the county and the country at large We should vote for upright moral men who would always have In view the general wel fare and who would never seek tu do anything that would promote the un worthy and Inlllct burdens and on the worthy Proper and correct method are In every condition of life from the family circle on through the the religious and the political worlds and we should elect a that will reflect credit on our com munlty and Insure good government for the people Seven Year of Proof 1 have had seven years of proof that Dr Kings Now Discovery Is the best medicine to take for coughs and colds and for every diseased condition throat chest or lungs says W V Henry of Panama Mo The world has had thirtyeight years of proof that Dr Kings New Discovery Is the best remedy for coughs and colds la grippe asthma hay fever bronchitis hemorrago of the lungs and the early stages of consumption Its timely use always prevents the development of pneumonia Sold under guarantee at R E McRoberts drug store boo and 1100 Trial bottle free 1m Keeps Them Safe J Frank Wyatt Fredonla Ky says I never havo loss than tour hundred hogs My neighbors hogs taro died all around uie I havo been doting mine with Bourbon Hog Cholera Item edy and It has kept then safe tram disease Sold by J 11 Mount Co Lancaster Ky Old newspapers At 20 for 6 cents at pfllce We want your Job work 0 NIII Xaaer I I i We l i I royalPalace runs enjoyby I t I appointed I I i i Ile t4Mbr Ay9 read Craa I r aright account blessing instructed hardships organization necessary social committee e this PILES I is liasdiMi Mit r- r s il WALIKM ItilKNA VI8TA Leslie llublo sold wheat to C Kennedy lit Miss Margaret A klns Is with rel KtlVd at lIUfKll- Mlwi Mary Aftkln Is with her slater Mrt U MuLruart J K Ituulu huld H bunch of hogs tu Uukiiuii of fiercer ui 60 Misses LcHile liable and Huffman bought tho few turkcysof this suction m luoUt Mr John four and wire havo return ed 1 1 mil H visit to their daugnter near hauled Mr Mrs John Daughcrly of Lexington ate with the uuiily of Turn Mr Joe Cox and sister Miss Frances of Wllmore were recent visitors of Miss Cora 1uor Mrs Reynolds who has been via iting her cousin Mrs J 1J Ruble has returned toiler homo at Sodaliu Mo Mr John Johnson and family the funeral of their relative Mrs Bradshaw near Burglu last Fri dayJ W Dlstnukcs has been appointed post master hero but will not enter upon his duties until the post onlco Is moved lulu the now mudding Mrs reach Johnson wife of James Johnson died at her homo near here Sunday afternoon Funeral conducted at Mt Olivet Monday afternoon by Rev Tomlinson The husband and two children have the sympathy of allMiss Cora Poor entertained at recently the following young peo ple Misses Clara Bennett Elizabeth Bryant Pattlo Hello Burke Katie Farley Alfred Swope all of Bryants ville Misses Bertha and Minnie Brown and Everett Lawson of Tbo following changes were made hero last week Gus Scott moved Into his now residence Ford Burkey Into the house vacated by Mr Scott John Bengo Into the house vacated by Mr Virgil Scott into his new res idence north west of here Mr Lung ford and fimily ot Fayette to Calvin Blakcmans farm CANDIDATES CAHDS To The Voters I take this method of announcing that 1 have been nominated on the Democratic ticket for Superintendent of Schools and will your support Miss Jennie For County Jailer I am a candidate for the omco of jailer of Garrard to the action of the Democratic party To The Voter a candidate for the office of Jailer of Garrard county subject to the action of the Democratic party and any assistance may see to give me will be greatly appreciated To The Voter To the Democracy of Garrard Coun ty 1 take this method of announcing to you that 1 am a candidate for the ofllce of Sherrlff for Garrard county 0 A Robinson to be my deputy sub to the action of the democratic party G T Ballard To Garrard County Voter I am candidate for Sherrlff ot Gar to the action of the Democratic Your support will be appreciated and If will put forth my efforts to dls charge duties of the office JOhn Walker will be my deputy Ross To the Voters of Qarrard I am a candidate for the ofllce of Assessor for Garrard County having been nominated by the Democratic county committee 1 submit to the people and assure them that If 1 am I will discharge the duties of the office faithfully and will appreciate their support To The Voters I am a candidate for the democratic nomination for circuit clerk and take thin method of assuring the voters that 1 will appreciate tholr support Being employed day I cannot visit the voters but submit my quail fications to their consideration will be yery for done for me Very respectfully To Tho Democrat of Garrard County Your county committee has called a primary election to be held on the 28th of November the county Clerk and to I submit my claim for nomination for said office I Every citizen of Garrard county Is In terested in having said office faithfully administered I submit to my past record In administering the affair again honor mo with the nomination for olllco and should elected can rest assured that your Interest will be faithfully and after as have past It elected son Alex Doty Jr be my deputy Thanking you for your past you see way clear to sup l 1 102 hUll and dinner and will appreciate Dave I am Yard purpose ut selecting a candidate for In ufllce as eVidence Should Ibo primaryYours itt Ir duel Cmrlewphei attended Lancaster your support y yon honest loose e y To The Voter Tu the Democratic Voters of lerliil District Nu 1 Oatrntd County 1 mil and have been for notnn time candidate for onlco nf of the Peace fur said district I was n crtiidldntn brforo the recent mooting of tie Committed and bollovii uiiilnr tin low tint Mid Nun mltico had no right to nuke n imtiilim MOII fur our Hllcu prior tu November 1st The a follows S ld Slain Executive Committee or any other Committee fthnll nut call it primary or convention for tha notnlim n Democratic or can didates for onica tu ho Idled by it popular vote prior to Ihn 1st of November In the your next proceeding Dm year In which nleilloii to u hold for which said candidate Is to be voted for 1 am a candidate for said office and will bo until the people say that they do not want mo and I take this method ot friends that I am candidate and thank them for their Yours Respectfully This Oct 14th K08 Notice of Democratic Primary Elec lion The democratic voters are hereby notified mat a primary will bo held In Uarrurd county pursuant to regulations adopted by tile corn mittee tile election law of the Slate of Kentucky In the following manner First A primary election will bo held In each prcclnt In Oarrard county at the regular voting places sumo between tie hours of six oclock u m and four oclock m Standard time on Saturday 28th day ot November 1003 for the purpose of nominating candidates for tie for the olltccs of Sherrlff Jailer County CourtClerk cud Clerk of the Oarrard Clrcultcourt said candidates to be voted fur when nominated at the regular November elctclou 1000 Second Any known democrat who Is a legal voter In the preulnt where bo offers to vote on tho day thereof or wilt will boa legal voter In said at the November election 1000 shall be entitled to vote In this primary Third Tho officers who hold this election shall be by the democratic County and shall bo selected from lists of persona to hold the same twin lists turnlnhed by the various candidates and shall be so selected that each can didate will have representation In said office of lists shall be furnished to tho committee by the various candidates at least ten days to the date ot the election Each candidate shall bo entitled to a challenger and inspector the sane person may act as challenger and In spector Fourth Said primary election will bo held under the dice Lion law of the Stale of Kentucky with a uniform ballot In each prcclnt The ballot boxes from each preclnt and all returns shall be made to the chairman of the County Committee on tho next thereafter the county committee shall meet at the Court House and canvass the returns and certify the names of the succcsfnl candidates to tho to be under the democratic device of the democratic party on the ballot to be voted at general November election 1000 for the office ot which such persons may be noon nated Fifth Any democrat who Is qualified to hold said office desiring to a candidate the primary election fur any of the offices for which this call Is made and to have Ills name printed on the ballot fur the said shall on or before 12 oclock midnight No vember 13 1008 deposit with tho chairman or secretary of said tee the sum of 1100 00 for the purpose of defraying said of pri mary and such deposits shall constitute notice to the committee of the such candidates to have his name printed on said ballot of said election for the respective office that tie may designate In the event there In a NUfplus remaining from the amount so It be to said candidates pro rats Sixth In the event there shall be only one candidate for any of the respective offices named who shall do posit the chairman or secretary of tho County Committee on or the said date mentioned heroin re said In that event the democratic County Committee shall meet and candidate or candidates the nominee or nom Inees of Undemocratic for the oNce for which he may bo a candidate The order on tho ballot In which the name or the candidate be printed shall bo determined by lot In the of the candidates and be fore the committee after due notice to said candidates to be present Seventh It Is ordered that tide the said primary election be uisted as law by order of the democratic County Committee this September 25th 1008 Chairman D 0 0 R M West Secretary A Copy Attest M West Seo D 0 Notloal All persons estate assignor hereby oil ov Saturday Saturday flu 1008 p in at office of Her Lan caster Ky to receive claims against cat to of the said assignor ersons Indebted to him will please ome forward and settle with mo Ben D Horndon t Assignee M Justice Y elll oco tJA IU d within the time law and commit I desire ot I I lhnl notice ot WG Gooen havln clalllslIglllnsL the L n rytd arc noUlled hlVl I sting Nov a clock the onV the will respective returned ANNOUNCEMENT To The Voter Of durrnrcl County Kentucky For the past six years I have been frequently urged and solicited by great number of good democrats of Garrard County to run for sonic county ofllco more especially that of Circuit Court fllerk and no one offering to run for that position on September 23th 1008 I appeared before the Jarrard County Democratic Committee under their call to candidates and submitted my claim for the Clerk of Oarrard Circuit Court subject to their action and on said date the committee called a primary election to bo held Saturday November 28th 1008 to nominate all candidates who had oppo Billon among others to my surprise that of Circuit Clerk I again announce myself for that Important olllco to the people feeling that my experience In said office enables me to tile duties thereof better than over before As to my quallllcatlons to discharge each and every duty pertaining thereto I refer to every Lawyer Judge or other county ofllcer who knows me In the state of Kentucky I will be able to see all of the voters before the wary election but any support you raarglvo me at said primary will be thank fully received and appreciated by your PUUMQ SHUYANT Sincerely H MASON a office of not W gra fully I J Bargains in Stoves Har ness and Buggies J R Mount Co WINDOW GLASS We are prepared to furnish all kinds and sizes BARGAINSIN MY LINE Dressers 8 to 30 oo Washstamls 4 00 to 10 Beds 4 to 30 oo Bed springs 2 50 to 5 Mattress 2 to 15 00 Chairs per set Diners 4 to 20 Rockers 150 to fi2 Tables Dining 6 to 35 Center Big line of Carpets and Rugs Come mud see them J C ROBINSON When You Put Money In A It 0 lr rmr J ltfmulf i4ftm AMERICAN I ctliS F J N I SJ t AND I I I LROb6rtsDrUg tore I I t I I to id I AA II wC i L3 FENCE W J iii Ir wl I A i e 150 111 Carriageyou want tq know that your money isnt wasted We give a written guarantee to every purchaser There Is no enjoyment that can equal a ride in one of our match less carriages We can Mipply you with any style nil built with that careful attention which in construction and finish add so much to personal W J ROMANS I comfort- I THE National Bank- Of Lancaster Capital 50000 Surplus 10000 A K PENNY Prtild o- lJ8 STOHMBSYU Pr t 8 C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asat Ca- R T Embry Doorkeeper PIKKOTOKSt- Sam1 D Cochran Alox U Denny A 0 Robinson John K Btormca 8 0 Denny J bail Boies for BeitSafety D eJIsit I ny fe Solicit Your BuluI i 11 J IIJ Ira flI Even ourGrandfaDhens knew what x LINIMENTwill A CONVINCING PROOF of ho worth of n modlclno tho curt It cnn ono who has rood llallnrdii Snow Liniment knows Hint It will HUMATisM CUTS SPRAINS srirn JOINTS NUURALaiA CONTRACTED MUSCLll ANt ALL PAINS USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS V L Hottlo Itlohmnnil Mo wrllon In o that I Imvo imod your Hnow Llnlmnnt for ton for rhoumatliin liiino back etc and Av ld all Substitutes Three Sizes 25c SOc 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 800502 North Second Street ST LOUiS MO Sold and Recommended by R E MCROBERTS tit CURE BURNS NU end In every CIIIO has rellet I H v anent This it rendered huruodlato I JwA BBAZT ii UNDERTAKER Arterial told Cavity Embalming OQ Deuvilla SlrOIOrles fULL LINE OF CASKETS ASH IIUKIAL KOIIES ALWAYS IN STOCK Are You aTrust Buster iVA I t Hoy You Yes YOURE tho man vco mean Youro always talk tho harm tho trusts arc doing Tho countrys going to tho dcmnitioil bomvows you nay bocauso of tho un curbed trusts Rich grow ing richer poor getting poorer Used to bo that n poor man could go into business for himself in a modest way nnd mako a good living Now ho must bccomo a clerk or a roustabout or a hodcar rior for somo corpora tion somo combination that has grown to bo a Goliiith of bigness that hus devoured tho fat of tho land nnd is still gour upon it till thoros not a bono loft for tho under ingabout man1iziliS scrapof I Thats your lino of talk still handing it out youro proud of it Well now lots Aro YOU a trust buster YOUR SELFDidnt wo see you stalk up to tho postoflico just now and mail n letter with tho address of n city Mail Order Storo on tho envelope Hoy Didnt wo Dont you know that tho Mail Order Storo is a trust ono of tho most dangerous in the crowd Dont you know that it is secretly silently and slyly closing tho doors of cities like ours Dont you know that the Mail Order Trust is collecting tho patronago of town and country people by tho mail thereby cutting down tho patronage of tho smaller merchant the local man who is trying to build up a modest independent nntitrust business Hoy Didnt that over occur to you N B which noto woll Why dont you trado homo instead of helping to build up n trust that hurts your homo placet You ro audI I I t 1Ic 111 opportunity to the men in country towns and small I t t t I t I at d tt soot t young rot to 1 1 limns i J J WALKKH President J S JOHNSON Vice Prest ORQANIZGD 1883 The CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK Of KY CAPITAL lOBPtOa i5 i B P HOD80W Cashier W 0 RIONHY Aiat CwlVr 0 D WAhKBU Bookkeeper Dullness Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRKOTOR- Slj8Johni m JJ Walker T M Arnold Alex Gibbs r A D11 J U LANCA TIeR iwes I d Hudson rw I E1- U rL t Gossip About People A Grief Mttillon of Oolnji Ly7hoi Wt Art Inlmiltd In Qooruo Saulloy was hero Sunday Col W 8 For usou hay returned to UovlnKlon lion E T Hiirnam of Richmond was a visitor here Tuesday Gi It Bwlnobroad went to Hatreds burg on profcwtlonal business Mr and F Ionnmnof Nlcli ulasvllle were recent visitors hero Mr Hittnuol Walter of Frankfurt visited his fathers family Sunday Mrs Ebb Dlckcrson nn elegant dinner Saturday to a few friends Miss Kntlo Leo Denny Is visiting Mrs J Hoy Haynes In Illllsboro O Mr and Mrs II L Ulkln were vis itors In Nlcholusvlllo tho past week Miss Jennie Cotton of Danville has been the Miss Lena Ui ney Captain Herndon and lion It II attended court at Stanford Mr James Cox has 15 sons and sons inlaw who vote the democratic ticket Mr and Mrs Sam Hasolden have returned from u visit to Nlcholaavlllo W I Williams went to Campbell vlllo to ace his mother who Is not wellCarlton ElkIn has returned from Atlanta where ho enjoyed a pleasant visit Mr and Mrs Mike Kennedy of Crab Orchard have been visiting Lancaster relativesMrs Adams and little son Wade of Varnallton Ky are visiting Mrs Jack Adams Mr Charlie Adams of Yarnallton Ky Is vlslllnii his parents Mr and Mrs Jack Adams W J Romans J R and S G Has olden attended tho Carriage Dealers Convention Cincinnati Ashbrook Frank of Louisville was hero for a day or BO mingling with friends In his old home Mr and Mrs N Miller gave nn el egant dinner Sunday In honor of Mr and Mrs Louis Landram Miss Jesse Doty left Saturday to accept a position with Dry Goods Co at Richmond Miss Abby I Taylor of Washing ton D C Is the guest of her sister Mrs 0 0 Drown Water Street Dr and Mrs William Burnett and little daughter Cassia Mae have re turned from a visit to Lexington Miss Mary Moss has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mlddlesboro Wllllamsburg Plnevlllo and Corbln Mrs George McRoberts of Coving ton Is the guest of her father and mother Mr and Mrs Joseph Uurnsldo Mrs Margaret Dunn has gone to Henderson whero sumo will spend the winter with her brother Dr Letcher Mr Alex Herbert spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr R L Underwood and family of Wit moro Ky Miss Sanders who has been the charming guest of Miss Katie Simp son has returned to her homo In Hus tonvllleMrs Faulkner and children who have been guests of Mrs J Wesley Wcst have returned to their homo In Mlddlesboro Mr James Ilurnslde and family of moved toRlchmond They ore highly worthy and wo dislike to lose them Mrs Elizabeth Denny formerly of this city now residing In Lexington who was recently Injured by a fall is very much improved Mrs James S Underwood of Farks vllle has been spending a few days with tier son It L Underwood and family of Wllmore Ky Mrs Juliet Rogers returned from Cincinnati yesterday where she hits been taking a special course at tho Conservatory of Music Mr and Mrs Keith Lackey of Sc attic Wash have been visiting Mr and Mrs D M Lackey They wero accompanied by Miss McRoberts of Stanford rue community will regret to learn that Mr John Magee and his excellent family havo moved to Pauvlllo where he will engage In the mercantile busi ness Our loss la gain Miss Elizabeth Adams of Campbell Hagerumn ColleceLexlngton was the attractive guest of her cousin Miss Calllo Adams last week She loft Sat urday for a tow days stay with tier parents at Mt Vurnon Roy Homer W OarpenterExFleld Secretary of Kentucky Christian and former pastor of Pleasant Grovo church has been visiting Lan caster and Stanford friends Mr Car penter Is now pastor of the Christian church at Lima 0 Lexington Leaden Mr and Mrs II A Drown and Misses Letty and Kllzabolh Brown are moving trout East Maxwell street to McGrath lana whero they will live with their uncles the Messrs Ileailey who bought tIlls notable stock farm Miss Katie Conn was Richmond Saturday Her many friends are de l bted to know that h fair to the automobile offered by I I I the Cornln end Mrs U guest of Tomlinson Whlto Gibson IJls op and son IJryuntlvlllo hue Dan lIIelI In win pa1 lMNrweMnwM9e gave Endeavor bids lOp thin Louisville 1tiHt for thin recur ing tho miMt HulaerlboM for that pw pep 1C you Hro riot n subscriber ulvu her your missile and help tho Lances entry to win rime contest closes In a few days Owing to JllncM of Hcvcrul members tho regular program of tho Womans Club for last week was postponed un til yesterday Wednesday and In stead a parliamentary drill was held At tho meeting yesterday Mrs W I Williams and Miss Margaret Mount woro tho leader each reading splen did papers upon tho subject Japan Its Ihcnomtnol Progress Miss Martha Gill was the hostess Tho following Invitation has been received by Lancaster friends Mr and Mrs Lewis T Phillips request the honor Of your presence at tho marriage of their daughter May Annato Mr John P McSharry on tho morning of Wednesday No ember eighteenth nlntecn hundred and eight at nine thirty oclock St Johns Church Fresno Cal Mind Your Builntitl It you dont nobody will It Is your business to keep out of all tho trouble you can and you will keep out of liver and bowel trouble If you tako Dr Kings1 Now Life Pills They keep biliousness malaria and jaundice out of your system 25c at R E McRob orts drug store 1m HUYANTHVILLE Dr W M Elliott was In Lexington last week Mrs Logan Burke has been on the the sick list for several days Mr Jack Dunn of Lexington was at homo for a short visit this week Miss Maymo Ballard visited Miss Irene Romans at Lancaster last week Mr Pole Cheatham sustained severe Injuries by falling from a tobacco barn last week Mrs M II Burke Is expected home this week from a months visit to rel atives In Indiana Mr and Mrs W L Glass and daugh ter Mary Lee of Hanly spent Sunday with Mrs Josephine Boner Miss May me Ballard will go to Lex ington next week for a visit to rel atives and to see Nat Goodwin Misses Anna Leo and Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexington were week end guests of Mrs Eliza Ballard and familyMr Ballard who Is attending State University visited his mother Mrs Eliza Ballard from Friday until MondayMrs Johnson and baby of Liv ingston came Tuesday for an extended visit to Mrs Johnsons mother Mrs Josephine Boner Mrs Ellen Burke of Madlsonvllle conducted services at the Methodist church Saturday evening Sunday morning and Sunday evening services at 030 oclock Is cordially Invited to attend these services UNION Mrs Squire Pointer Is very 111 at this time Mr Chas Dillon has bad a severe attack of grip Mr Luther McQuerry bought two fat hogs at 6c Tho baby of Mr James Miller has been very sick- J C fat low to Bud Stormes for 116 Mrs James Parson visited home folks at Spaney the past week Mr Fade Parks and wife of Preach ersvllle visited relatives at this place Sunday Sheppard of Paint Lick bought a calf of S E Hammock and two of J 0 Boaln for 810 per bead Rev Collins preached two excellent sermons at Falrvlew Sunday to large and enthusiastic audiences Tho rain that toll has extinguished tho destructive Urea that has been raging so fiercely In the knobs Six converts of the series meetings held at Lawson Chapel Methodist Church by Roy Paine were baptized SundayMr eke Paine and Miss Lizzie daughter of Mr Mat were united In marriage on the llth Rev Paine onlclatlog J if Bill had a horse to tall Into a dry well 25 foot deep Sunday They succeeded In getting It out not very much worse for Its tall E H Walker and 0 W Groves sold their tobacco to Mr Beazley of Paint Lick for 17Jo 6 tenants of E II and Woods Walker sold their tobacco to a Lancaster buyer from MO to 16c One night last week several negroes near the colored Baptist church en gaged In tree for all tight with pistols Mont Kavanaugh had a narrow escape a bullet passing through hit coat near his heart How It your Dlgtttlon Mrs Dowllngof No 228 8th San Francisco recommends a remedy for stomach trouble She saygi Gratitude for tho wonderful effect of Electric Bitters In a case of acute In digestion prompts this testimonial I am fully convinced that for stomach and liver troubles Electric Bitters U the best remedy on the market today This great tonIc and alterative med dine Invigorates the system purifies the blood and Is especially helpful In all forma of female Wo at K UoRQbeiti drug store r I trio t r II foamn sold a Mar weakn 1 Evening Everybody S Baker Baker Ave fa i Business Items Court L J Charlie Balcrlelns pjnue Car of Cotton Seed Meal id Hanks Hudson I Cakes and broad b every day at tho L N RCA I Meals at nil hours ChaVlli loin phono No 240 I Car of Cotton Seed Meal Just re ed flanks Hudson buy your cutting liar ill you get my price W J lit Call Charlie Baicrleln No 240 when you want In the restaurant T Dont forget the Is stronger runs lighter other wagons W I Romans ons before you Now Is the time to bars Conn Brothers Call at the L N Depot for a good dinner Monday and during court For A houso and lot on Apply to J H Dunn Palof Lick Ky I phono No 240 and have prepare I your breakfast Charlie I am overstocked wltb wagon harness For thirty will the greatest ever w 0 11 Call on J B Collier at J U Rotiln Insons store he can have your jnctarcs enlarged In any kind you desire Guaranteed ll 204t For Sal A lot of owes In godd co bred early to good bucks T prove money makers Apply J I My dwelling and lot adjfclnlng the College grounds Is for the year loot For see mo on the place tf For Rant Duncans barber Jan 1 II T Loga Possession tt For S lo I Desirable at a bar gain or will cxchafKfs for small term Apply to H C Hamilton 1120 2t Wanted hustler In earfh cotJnty as agent for good line of goods 112UH weigh 700 lbs Anyone same Wm 3t For Rent nal Bank Mrs R and Daughter 60 acres corn ground IptJarrard county Will rent money Notlct Patfit Ky If you want to save on school tax call before the 1st of December IS1113 3t E W Harris Tress Dwelling For can see me at my hdpHST Mrs J I Hamilton 10 30tf 6000 dozen will pay 250 fur extra H B Ncrtb colt OUlce on St For Rnt My former Susan S FUhet u Last Sunday Nov 16th In Lancas ter or Danville a Garrard Bank Trust Co pocket book containing about 1800 some re Return to this oQIco and re ceive reward Good fat turkeys to 20th n mbar 10 price paid I H B Nortbcott Stan ford Lancaster dice on Stanford St Fruit Trees I am orders for the Knoxllle shall appreciate any needing Fruit ud on mo at Hotel Thanking my fHands for past fa vors n D Armstrong T City Your city taxes are duo The city taxes are very near all we tc un the u license mount to much come forward end to pay your taxes before goes 1st must oe at once as 1 make my settlement with the the first day In December Luther E llerron 0 ly Marshal NotlQi te Uxpeyere As your taxes for 1008 have been long since due and ton penalty and costs will be added leaving only a tow days which to pay your taxes I or one o Paint tJok Peoples till hank Saturday NpvSUt Lancaster to meet me or one of my deputies at the time and save 0 A Arnold UiaSt 8herHU rr tdOouatyKT d k rellb pt Ualor ans any Ole wagon n Oct prIces on Old wag W J Surrles Buggies Carts and rneRS Restau earlytraInem b nd d you ou Roma s buslne pr lub c reliableCleveland U onWhiteLick y AveApply d in Ir or 0Spoonamore n Sat v Nove berIfse ry goods a ape t next G L k Nol el the and se end pikePossession tedl e for clean s e pay q resldencenext S 001 occupiedby Lot lUlter Nursery Co for April o e uveltlea t e l80n cry 1120 do th on Tim taxes hs a De be atm bank Saturday Nov turn Sat rday Nov tny o Don tal place costs dinner Restaurant Just 4ceiy 1 yd h ur tt- Dont um mono tl fInat k aqfear Blur street gy give cy will to lamllton re t dr particular a Mrs Susa Sher Store room occ pm by ertp Pain ore Mar tf- Wnl 14y at tIc fti 3 aye e1Wre 113t alto Wa 10 fresh Will premium may Mrs A Wan d flow Payer Ot nalLy Jim 1 yo Mlles 14th at c Fall and Winter lILLIE1iy We have secured everything now for Fall and WInter especially a largo assortment ot the stylish Gol MedalS eclal Gage Sha e We you to call and ace them Mrs Alexander Walker I L Weed W C Flab Vin Prut W O Klmpe I PEOPLES BANK Paint Lick INCORPORATED I 1 andP P cordially Invite Prat Geller Wo offer you fair with every accom modation that is consistent with treatment conservativeBanking CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 900000 DIUJMTTORB- II COY ARNOLD KOQUYN J 8 BURROWS I B WOODS BL WOODS WOFI8H R L Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance The Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaater Ky Capital Stock 50000r Stock Holders Guaranty 50000 New and Uptodate Steel Vault SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES We invite you to call and inspect our office and building and make use of our facilities for expeditious pleasant and safe transac tion of business The Farmers Bank BEAZLEY HASELDEN Will Insure your Tobacco and Tobacco Barns and all your farm property Office at National Bank Lancaster Ky Phone 3 J B WALKER CO cordially invite you to meet Miss L A Siebold who will give free fittings of the celebrated i Redfern Corsets limited period beginning cember Seventh J B WALKER RICHMOND II II I I i J II r I IIJM I I II I I for a OO Dew M KENTUCKY il lQj List of Claim ALLOWltU UY TH1J 1 GarrarJ County Fiscal Court I AT ITS October Term 1907 April Term 1908 T regular term of the Oarrard County FIR slid held In the Count Court Room In Court llottieln the City of tan caiier Uirrard Ky oil the lit dy o October 1W7 the following proceeding hid rreient lion A n ford a 00 J II Dane W B Walker J r Bourne Juitlcei hruling 1003 I Aridenon Man Rock Quarry Tr IMC Arnold 0 A Sheriff Ae tTr M t Atchison Dr J 0 Aect MeL Bervlcel 10 Same Aect It vacclnatloni Dland J R 1 day hauling IMS Balrd Bike dayi hanllnf to Drown JV a dayi hauling 10- Bolton 0 D 1 hauling 16- laiim Telephone Co Acct to date 26 8 dayi hauling tOOL 0- Collctt Mat Same Conner Oeorge B dayi hauling 09 It- Corklni Commercial Co Acct Si 0- Dlckcrion Acct burying pauper 7 Uollln Unto 1 day naullng 1C Toiler James I hanllng 08 roitcr Hri Roiadamagei on road 38 Qreen Tit Acct for dynamite OS Hoiklui W 0 Acct for lumber os 18 Itoiklni 6 aayi hauling 03 9V Hudson Whcrrlt Premium on Ins 217 C Hurt Joih Engine ou road 440- Johuion Sam t day hauling 03 to Joseph Mercantile Co Acct 24 Late Ben 3 dayi hanllng 41 lackey W B I dayi hauling OS Landram Louis Aect 10 long W M 1 day hauling 08 1 Lonn HTAcct i 31 7 Morrow E W Tending town clock 24 Jfltchel George 1 dayi hauling 08 4 6- lltorford Dunn Aces for raupen 11 2 Miller JH1 day haulIng OS 1 1 McQuerrr Arthur hauling OS f xcltoberti R K Acct So 8- UaylorJ P4dayi hauling OS I 0- i Hoe M L Damagei on road 13 louder Robert hauling 08 4 Ponder A B I dayi hauling OS 1 1arionRF Judge election 08 30- BanklnfCK Acct taking teitmy lu Blinpion cue 1744 Some 1W k Same Wm number 14131 Bame Seine 14 C It II ordered by the Court that the allowauc of 10000 allowed to C E Rankln at the April term of this court hereby be let aside foregoing amount oppoiltebti name be al lowed and paid out of the levy of 1908 t Kankln Tom 1 day hauling 08 1 6 Koblnion A Bklnncr Acct forPauperi Ruble Oeo 3 dayi hauling CS f Btgney W 0 Acct burring pauper 11 6 on Daie Jail Acct 871 Bay J D damagei on road 07 IK 4 Bilgall Jeff4K dayi hauling OS 7i flwlncbroad 0 B Ini policy 0 house 41 VI Same Seine 41 2- 1w Simpson Wm 2 hauling 08 3 ft Blmpion Henry Holding Inquest Etc J on Wm Brown t Ol Same Same Jack Fartln 7 A Herring Acct 471 7 Btorme J E Acct fiauderiBroi Acct 7 Trustee Union School Home house for holding election 04 04 06 TO 6 00 y WllionJOtdayihaullugOS Wylle B W B dayi Same t Teakey 1 day hauling 08 1 60 A D FORD A true copy J A Doty Clerk 0 C C Oarrard County Fiscal Court regular term I October 9th 1 07 Court met pursuant to ad 4 jonrnment and the following proceeding i were had freicnt Hon A D Ford Judge V W 8 Walker J H Dunn J P Bonrne Jui f tlcei Armstrong D W 0 1 day holding court XationR II Account 2 tS Brock Carlo 1 days hauling 08 4 60 iBradley Gilbert Co Acct 8484 Ballard Sirs Bilge t hauling 08 f Bourne J P 23 days committee work K oo Same A pitting In court 1400 Oheinnt TO 3 daft hauling OS M 4 60 T Conn Broi Acct f Doty J A Clerk Acct 27464 Sunn J H 14 dayi committee pork 43 0- 0f Same 6 sitting In court Itt 00 Elliott Dr W Medical Acct i Vord A D7dayihAldlngcourt 14 00 Grow K T Acct Mdie for Pauper Olll Walker Blmpion Acct 17 00 V Harrlion hauling 08 4 60 j Hawley Fanny 1 dayi hauling tW 480 Hamilton Mary A Acct 19 mOl U OU Uaielden eros Acct 7 48 Johnson James days haullng OS 1 OU- s XlnnatrdDrJ B AceS 600 liudram Lonli Acct 39 60 lAUCaitcr Electrto Light Plant 19 70 Leavell J B S days hauling and Arcs 17 SO 8 8 on road 08 Mount Acct 14123 tcQnerry Sam 3 hauling 08 4 60 McOlnuli Idayi hauling 08 S 00 Barker Ed 4 days hauling 08 GOO C D Acct C46 JPendleton HIram6i dayi haullng08 9 74 Batniey James dayi hanllng t 80- A Ruble John 4 hauling 06 00 rJlout hauling 08 460 Ray Z damagei on road 08 21 60 flpeaki Jamei 4 days hailing M e 00 flniad Milton Acct papering jail 144- 0letappForeitldayilttlnglnrourt 3 00 iuTodd U H dayi hauling on road C8 t oo TVntrv llnr A ritva tiaiiltnv fM am Turner Bmaudamage onload ffj 4060- i Vooili day hauling US 1 60 JVallict 0 T Acet lurreylng 81 60 W committee work 42 0- LVTalker o B Collector Ky Ins Co on Poor house barn 800 Ordered Court Adjourn A D FORD A True Copy AttJA Doty Clerk Qarrard County Fiscal Court December 30 1reient lion A D Ford Judgot W B Walker Bourne J 4 D B Perrln Acct 1 My D Powell 4 Co Acet 1124 Bill 1 w U GaInes Acct or Telephone M 1 70 Xankiiiudioii AccKor coal 31 It 10 M V i Ixiuli Uudram Acet prlutlngballoli 17 00 O It hereby ordered that Ibis certificate b inued to J E Roblniou account haying woo S onlgqcd t blra WO U HwluebrOad lui 1rem on Jail M U Frlibl t 84 L Walker i dayi election Com 10 uo O A Arnold SlIme ou J I Bam 1900- Xounl AEUInAcct 7170 A D FORD A True Copy Alt J A Plcrk 0 C 0 Qarfaid County Fiscal Cyurt 8peeU Term Jan BO 1807 Irewut lion A Judge I Jn DUDU W B Walker Justices i Tnrnplk Road DJitrlct Jll ordcie4 Ihttjcjliu ftudtri Treasurer o Ko d n4 li hereby a the lum muse turuplkt ooMplcled f eelv diani to paid out ol CviayTrtaiurx ndeltrkti ordered to li ut for i IWJ Klgoey Account burying pauper 31 M 0 iteoid Account of Mall I I and it A he Copnt were Ii n 6 7 tO 00 8 00 1 60 8 18 I 00 Bro 00 8 00 10 1 60 W C 81 a 00 60 00 I 6 e 00 00 a 60 f 00 Sm JennIngs i nd the 11 44 800 50 00 77 49 30 900 Ji Wyle John A days Same GOO Jesse j 200 I 1360 1260 00 I 4 Of ILev8 dan paul II Long 28 60 I Elkin Wit I G It Ill d1 etc Joo 1 BUd n01 J l Justice J A Cooke Acc poudln Co AUomce WI Mon dofd I q y Lcd I Pot n tie 0 pitlcI No tie oo owed e tit tallli l A a allo JjIilJ ftIJ fJ cud I 1 et Court I Anderson day day Count Ii day 1 p day clay 1 t I day 8mItlt i 4 1 1 w 1 L 1 day i r day 4 7 i i day t nail day t f Sir I V 11 Dunn Aces I lunatic c P f j i Feed ito 4 iie toe 4 sod suet w BOO ieWk flr jatridge I J0 bl posji 11 r l N K tbn NnUirum wtll IQ tafkt lick I imiigh the lawUnf M K H9i Matoti Inllln Aiilhntiy Jrtl Ialni Lick Ohureh arid A I I lrl l on Arct p Mtr Itletlni Ilixliun A Wlivrtltl on tin f t- lleonte Aeet c- MorfofilV uiin Arel pauper James 11111 Aect i Jack llenny t- Aliitln A Kcailoy Acet coal 4 J IV Pointer pultluiUt boMbs 4 K f Pierce work on poor e arn 117 pauper AC I J A Holy ol this court and at eler- ol the olPuptrvliori having certlflr the ol the Tax Oooki ol the year c 190 It appearing that said flnpervlnori Clerk were necessarily tmpldytd 11 dayi laid TIll alltwed follows r K t- OA Itobluion S3- CEUllay 33C ISC J A Doty l It li ordered that one hall n the foregoing allowance be paid by the Court bl Oai rard County and the other halt amounting IP900 be paid out ol State Treasury li ordered to be certI fled to the Auditor c State payment Ordered Cyut Adjourned A D FORD Judge A True Copy Alt J A Doty Clerk At regular term o the larrard County Fli cal COlin began and held In the Court house In the city ol Lancaittr Uarrard County Ken lucky on April 7th IMS the following pro eeedlngi were held Present lion A D Ford Judge J P Bourn J 11 Dunn W B Walker Forest Blapp Justice Able lllll 1 day hauling on road 08 1C Anderson Jim S dayi hauling 62 Arnold Aihby l l lays hauling 19 Arnold 0 A Sheriff Aect US 2277 Hall Joe 2 hauling 37- BroaduiII PI day hauling 1C Brewer Wm 4 das hauling 00 Bourne Price 1 dayi hauling 22- Broaddm lorn lj dayi hauling 3 7 Burke S lit daya hauling Brown L 7 hauling 106 Brown Robert day hauling Broaddui Oro 4 hauling 0 Dell John hauling to Ball Arthur Aco moving 60- Broaddni Frank 1 day hauling 1 6- Bonrne J P 4 days sitting In court Same 11 days committee S3 o- Burnilde Joe Clerk ckcllon 08 20 Bourne Wei Sheriff election AReg 06 40 Cites Raymond 4 days hauling 08 70 Carter J B Acet lumber including RWToddACCt 359 Calico B D 4 dayi hauling 08 0- Comlcy Jamei day hauling OS 1 Cotton Sam Slime 1 61 Carter Oco 8 Sane 1 BoldlronWm4HSame 0 7J Same 1M Clark Robert 4 Same 8 6- cColdlronJW3 Same 4 6 CJttouChnK 82 Clark Fraucii t Same Clark Bob 1 Same 160 Clark JaiSrl Coon Same 301 Cook Ebb bringing orphan to city 3 a Champ Co pauper coffin1 7 Clark 2 Cumr on road 2 0 Doty IC- QDotyJ92H A 173 Davit Freeman 1 Same 1 6- CDlibon PaicelO Same t Same 900 Doty J A Clerk Acct 97 U Denton road 2 OC Dunn J days sitting In court IK Oil Same t days committee work Evini Yard 3 hauling on road 4 60 Same V 00 Eaton Bill 1 Same 460 Eaton Marshal work on Court house 1 60 Bailey J 11 Bheff Beg and Election and milage levy 1908 4 73 Furr W II 4 hauling 08 o OC Same 1 days hauling and Acct 639 FOrbes Mike 8f hauling 023 Furr WHO days hauling t OC Farley J W putting up elec booth 3 O- CFrlible F P Accl 1243- Qabbard 0 hauling QabbardDLt Same 900 Qullcy Jesse 1 Same l 50 300 Gill 4 Simpson Accl 2 10 Grow F B Judge eke and teg 4 00 Hawley John 1 day hauling on road IK- Hendenon Same 160 Henderion 8amO4 ame 0 OQ hurt WmJre Same v 00 Hyatt WmH Same 76 i COO Hurt Bales U Same 460- Hogg Keller Ji Same 74- Hendenon J R 6 Same 760- tlolticlaw Same 300 Same 8 74- llolcomb B W t t 00 hurls E W making Assessors Book 1 60 llaielden J S house holding election 2 00 higgins Jerry Constable Acet 12 00 ludion Bank Acci coal 64 M Dill John 2 dayi Comr on road 2 00 Logan Clerk ol Reg and election 4 00 Jones Wlllli 8 days hauling ouroad t 00 Johnson John R 2 days hauling 3 00 lennlngi Nannie B damage on road 140 00 King W T Br 8 dayi hauling on road t 00 Clng WTJrl Same temper Oarnett Pram on Ins policy BlllH day hauling on road 76 Bame AceS lumber 260 Miller 1 day hauling on road 1 60 Unveil Bailie t hauling t W- jineToinSl Jdaji hauling 624- lurphy Robert 12 74- JcQaerry JT1 Same 160 lulllni Thornton 4 Same 800 Morgan Same BOO J r e White 4 12 Came 076 Jlmmy 2 Same 304 Mince Clayton 4 Same OOu Acct 230 C- iloberly Wm 2 Come on road 2 00- faylpr J P Sheriff election and lUg 4 00 Alfred 3 Mdavijiaullng 614- bearnTboi3 Same 460 ence Veilfl Same 8 00 460 rather Barn 2 M Same 376 rather Wm 3 M Same 624- rewttt Carrol 1 M Same 224- olnter Arch t Seine W- oluterWmt Same 1 00 eunlugtou Tim 2 Same Huke 2 Same 1 00- oudlelon Hiram Same teiton Ward 4 Same C oo- ayne WiuU Same 160 r Sam 160 rather Wm I 1 60 rather Bam t onder A H a Same 9 00 ralber Bamfl too o y J II JuitgD Election 1 00 mledga Chat l day hauling ou road I 60 Joseph i Bame Morrl 311 Same 685 yKBl Same ISO one Robert fc Same tinncjr Bum 4 too Igibyflolt tW- OMCIurlloJ Bamt yToml Bam 160 ami y Jamei Pauper Acctr 4 00 oil Milton 8 M day hauling 3 74- ay Constable U 00 othwell Aces milling wjlltBbel 1 00- lgu y y la p cotrtii 24 U- niton Jim I dayi hauling ou rod 4 60 ctioolir Q o t sou- tiwartArtbnr t SlID j 6a- lui ou heir 611 111- lmp onWwl Barns 14 Manual f do- uallcy I lautf J- 4ialb0l Bam uT 60 f jJr II 00 II 00 off u Ad Will JOIIIII Met hurting Clerk I and on flooks now sa i FIt 11 to the which for a H H 900 I H 160 II 8 fence 12 00 for 50 00 Cobb Ll Same 300 Same 1 U U 2 I 00 A D 2 bn rod 00 Dorion JIm II R K I days Comr on nil 27 00 Ryan WmO Did 1 60 Brol i tHAmmon Joe Same J T2 Same lion ISO 11000 Lawson Leavell Eph 1 I 60 Lane Sarah E Lane Same 0 A 8 Mar NountJ It I Co Owen Ioor It Si 3 Same N BOO 12 3 MN Same lImo 1 O lrewlttUI1 Same 216 Ross 7 60 HuH lIa 7 W Seine y s 00 V H J U Same Same Scull Same 1 i I I- lsIItig P Print Weight 4 tooting log for 3 00 lit riO Hoped and thy are St II Macon Ttt Walker a 3 4 l B Walker day day day day day day hauling Same day day day Oihhlspie Owen 2 Same lull T 0 for for Sir day day i Preston lb Carl 1 Same Same r Raymond Acc pAces iso 11 wwb1w Impicm Jiiif Blhl to niton rM 1 M liaMl Ponilett OKI Pain Fhpurer until I 1 1 W Rtoil lilie Biil Uo- iitlon Until Bame Radlerwll 1 Bnowdf Dr A Acc panp raet Bnettiey J w Acct llrrry PebittUn tei I day hauling i Simpson Henry Coroner If r- Blapp Iottti Home holding court 9d o- Hwrchay J V Arcl xntt rlnK Kid 80 Batideri II 2 dayi Comr on road 2 c- Blapp Foreit 3 dayi tilling In court 1 o- TiutRle P rry 4 I- tTcrrlll 1 1 3 hauling 4 f- Tatikenley John 4 slays hauling 6 Tester L m 1 dayi hauling Thompson Frank 1 I 1 lays hauling t 7 Taylor Bimau J 7 bridge posts 7o- Tlniley II J 8 ft- Upton U II M dayi hauling VanwInkteJt 6 dayi hauling 76 Jai I days hauling 41 walker Woodi t dayi hauling I o Itll dayi hauling Same Acet lor coal So Walker Wood So bu coal 46 William Ray t diyi hauling on road Wllllami Henry 1 dayi hauling 4 e Wrenn Wm 600 II lumber B da haul 18 6 hauling 3 o Worrell V T2 dayi hauling 3 o- Wllllami Henry Acet for lumber 8 K T 4 dayi hauling Wall W days hauling 76 Wells Station 2 hauling 3 o- Wlllelord Nathan 1 days hauling So- Whltaker Bill 1 day hauling on road I 6 Walker Wesley 4 hauling 8C Wilt Jamri lions holding election t Wallace OT Acct lurreylog IS o Walker W S 6 days lilting In court 16 Wheeler days Comr on road Walker W 8 3 Committee work t Ordered Court Adjourn FORD Judge A True Copy Alt J A Doty Clerk April Slh ItoS Court met pursuant to adjournment and the following proceeding were haS Pretvnl A D Ford Judge J H J I Bourne W B Walker Forest Stapp Juillcei Arnold W A Livery ACCt B Austin Coal Acet 12 Batiou R H Acet It o DotyJ A Clerk Accl Stationery 16 0- 1Klilolt Accl Ford Met for itatloueiy li o Same leltllug with sheriff 14 o Same 2 dayi holding Crt 4 o- Ilaieldun Broi Acct 41 8 Joseph Mercantile Co Acet V Logan H McRoberti RE Acct Roblnion J 0 Ron Dave Jail Acct 489 Roman W J Acct 16- imllh Mlttle Dunn Aces 14 A D FORD Judge True Copy Att J A Doty Clerk O C C Notice Of Application For Pardon Shelby Nunn convicted manslaughter In tne Circuit Court 01 iarrard Kenjtfcky at tile August Term of 1805 and August 20tli A895f will a lc tho a pardon at fall who object will notify tho Governor and state In any objection to said pardon Nov 16 1008 2t Shelby Nunn BUCKEYE Mr Andrew Bogle sold some 200 lb to Mr Hiram Ray at 6c Mr A c Miles made a business trip Buena Vista last week Mrs Lucy Henderson of Lowell Is visiting the family or W T Noel Mrs Jim Stone and daughter of Judson visited Mrs George Ray last week The farmers are busy gathering corn this place und report a better yield expected Miss Ruth Ray who has been very of typhoid fever for several Improving slowly Mr and Mrs R I Burton and Mr Mrs J O Uoglo visited Mr and R L Burton Sunday The three months old Infant of Mr Mrs Parson Sebastian died a few days ago Interment at Buckeye Mr Eph Leavel sold his farm at fcatersvllle to Mr Wearren at 82 CO per acre Mr Leavell will move with his family to Ohio Mr Hansford Land age 74 years ft I week T jo family has tho sym paty of tho entire community Thero is never a time when death not sad but especially Is It sad to the hands of death laid upon a man just as he is entering life as It were Such was the death of Bob East age 17 jearswhich occurred Nov 11th at the homo of his Ho had been 111 but a few when the Lord relieved him of sufferings and took him to rest leaves a Father and Mother and several sisters and brothers to mourn loss Tile remains were laid to In the Buckeye cemetery We to tho family our deepest and bid them look to tile Lord In hour of need Old People u rI 4 2 A S to rfti II 00 2 100 IT tHa 00 hsiilIiig 00 a 00 ACeS turying 3 Woo h Walker II Itt So 9 00 hon T a 011 WIII lord S 00 Ill 00 00 T I 2 oo 00 A II I Dunn 1 M I IlIlrt Dr W 16 So A D Exam 30 T Acct 6260 hi cct 00 00 A was of County aid urt on Governor ot A E Wilson for writ- Ing hogs to at that III weeks- Is and Mrs and B o died at his home near c apel last Is see young upon parents days his lie his rest extend their 23 I B SAme Jim tAt tnt A 4 day they 75 15 day day day 51 7 2366 wlo KentuqkaIon a sympathy it strengthens and vitalizes up the digestive organs aids enriches and rejuvenates every organ lu the manner replaces weakness with strength positive benefit ever old person will It u trial U U we will r fuu4 their utouuy- MclloVwta Drug Storo ubwriba for Tux BXCOHD NEED VINOL tones bo We are It will u Farm and Stock Al Bowlers bought ot Mrs Biilll Mnrotl 200 acres of land 2t miles ut HryntiUvllio at per iicro- W liurtnii bought of U ti HpcnrnHiult1 W Duckwurlli of Nlcl nlHMvlllo U mules and 4 horncs 12323 Quo grower of Kccond crop potntoc rcporln that yield are ex cccdlngly good li D HolticUwttiUt to Johnnot o Doric 10 export cattle nt 6c will go Deo I Interior Journal Alfalfa tins withstood wuitlh cr better thmi all other gr iises hhnw log conclusively that alfalfa Is the forage crop for Kentucky Dairying has suffered greatly from tile drouth but there Is an Increasing interest being shown In this Important feature of Agrlcultuio Crop Report Clcl Coleman bought twcntyfoui 1300pound cattle tram D W Lord the past week at 6 cents lie bought 400 hogs at 3t to 6 cents liar rodsburg Hcrold Forty Hocks of Bourbon county tur keys were recently purchased by Lexington Ky man cents pound The turkeys had been pooled and aggregated about WOOO On Thursday of this week the leo pies House sold 31 hhds 1008 crop Uur Icy ut prices ranging from 11325 to20 the 31 hhds1 averaging 11- 7MrT J Hall of Henry county sold 14 hhds 1007 crop Burley at Plckctt House tillS week and made average of 11013 for the crop Fai merA Home Journal Matt Cohen bought here yesterday the fine touryearold mare by Pcavlno which was shown at the fain In this section by U L Walker She was owned bv Dr Hocka dy of Madison Mr Cohen also bought a combined gelding of Jesse Walter for Interior Journal The Winchester Democrat says Tho sales of tobbacco at tim Loose Leaf House began Something over 100000 pounds were sold at an average price of cents or over The first check was given to J W Wilson of Richmond who sold 2000 pounds at 11710 has 10000 pounds of tho same grade Ho recently bought a farm In Clark county to which he will move soon and says he will raise thirtylive acres of Concord township listing his taxes last week returned three pigs at 12 each and five dogs at each tS worth of hogs and IHX worth of dogs While the different In the number and value of the pigs may be contrasted with the number value of the dogs unfavorably the citizen aforesaid he should possi bly be given credit for listing his dogt tor taxation something that Is rarely done It should be said however that the purpose In listing them WItS not so much a desire to pay taxes on canines us to secure for them the protection of tile law Tho courts held that a dog Is not property unless it Is listed for taxation If It s listed the owner can prosecute any one who may do It hurt Norfolk landmark How to Cur Cold Be as careful as you can you will take cold and when you do medicine of known reliability that Is certain to effect a quick Such a medicine U Cough Remedy It has gained a world wide reputation by its remark able cures of this must common all ment and can always be depended It acts on natures plan relieves lungs aids expectoration opens secretions and aids nature In re storing the system to a healthy During the many years In which It has been In general use we vK to learn of a single case of or attack of tile grip having re suited In pneumonia when this was used which shows that It Is a certain preventive of dangerous disease Chamber lains Cough Remedy contains no opt i in or other narcotic and may be glv as conUdently to a baby as to an For sale by F P FrUblo 1m MAKKSUUltr Mr U F Rout has returned from a short stay with friends In Lexington Miss Tuslo Lcdford has been quito fur the past two weeks Mr Jas Byers of Detroit Is the of Mrs Jno Royston Mr Jonah Marsee sold his farm of 40 acres to J Hamilton at too per acreMiss Knapp West of Lancaster was the guest of her sister Mrs Jell Dunn Saturday rile Infant child of Mr and Mrs Broaddus was burled In the Cemetery hero a tow days ago Mr T I Herring sold his farm of acres to Mr Wui Hensley for f4600 Herring will In all probability In Danville Rev Heniy Shouso Is at home again being engaged In a revival In Woodford county lie will hU regular appointment at the church Sunday morning being Spirituality11 Mr lien King and wire recently en irtalned at their homo at dinner In of the following Veterans Mcs sTInsley Bud DunnH lulre Myers Royston Joo and Thompson Old hum turkey cranberry etc gave flavor to the many imlnlscetiBes of In the War Tunas we told and will tw remomlMr f west 40 n tot and quslity rues the dry best Kentucky also a per tile an flex for 800 200 Thursday 17 he yearA In 20 and to the have a get and cure upon the the have cold remedy conclusively that on adult sick guest last Tom 31 Mr locate after service flU his Bub honor Jno Arnold sauce t c ic atM Lexington occasionally Chamberlains condition U Forks soc that wskrow A Ug from 10een piece will onnt value A from a Scent piece will count HALl value TOBACCO with valuable tags Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST MMttrWNfcmM H M MM Ivy JT ft- StwHNtf tMHMNty Few w M Thiky M i Coupons from MANS PRIDE ANOOWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL IrazH SimkN GILT EDGE IruN SifMklm Yellow Strips from lUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many rtNw useful presents as shown by catalog OeM Cuff Buttons 50 Tags Fountain Pen 100 Tags English Steel Rater 50 Tags A Otntlcmana Watch 200 Tags French Briar Pipe 50 Leather Tags Steel Carving Best Steel Sheart 79 Tags Lady PoeketbookSOTagi Pocket Knife 40 Till Playing Cards 90 Tags 60yd Fishing Rel 0 Tip Many merchants have supplied themselves with presents with which to redeem tags If you cannot have your tags redeemed at home write us for catalog PREMIUM DEPARTMENT THE AMERICAN TOBACCO co st Louis MO I f I I tJ 4 II J I t tag J I PrItIt r siNk 0lIl J1fL JtI1 TM Lest T- It PocketbookSO Set200 Tags I ttItt I t t mT kr4 1 r r JV ii ru Fli r I PULL q s sirs Iii INV PUSh Tar ed as a most enjoyable day by ull pre sent Tile children of Mr Will hughes are well again after having n siege ol chickenpox Mr Leo Murphy of McKlnnora Station and MIM Maymo Uudcrwood of Hcdgovlllo were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the home of the brides mother Mrs Under wood by Rev Montgomery Imme diately after the wedding they went Soutll to spend their honeymoon and will return to Hcdgevlllo where Mr Murphy will engage In business and Croup In Children Mr little girl Is subject to colds says Mrs Wm HSerlg No 41 Fifth St Wheeling W Va Last winter sho had a severe spell and a terrible cough but I cured her with Chamber lains Cough Remedy without tho aid of a doctor and my little boy has been prevented many times from having the croup by the timely use of this syrup This remedy U for sale by F P Frlsblo 1m Worked Wonder Mrs C P Wiggins Lexington Ky says 1 gave my fowls Bourbon Poul try Cure when they were sick and II certainly worked wonders Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky Public Sale Having lecldcd to go to Oklahoma I will oiler at public sale on the W J Ullllsplo farm 1 miles from Lowell and 2 miles from Paint Lick on the Gllllsple pike on WEDNESDAY NOV liS 1008 Three aged horse mules 1 pair of old mare mules 3 yearling lorsa mules good family horse S ofd 1 good family horse 8 year 1 good mare 8 years old In bvjack tine colt 10 head yearling 0 head calves good milk cuws 3 of them with young calves 110 good sheep 50 fat hogs 250 bales of mixed clover timothy hay 1800 bales nice tim rthy hay 1000 shocks of corn will be shucked and In pens 1300 shocks of odder and will furnish place to feed Farming Implements 1 good wagon and harness 2 mowing ma chines 1 hay rake 1 good corn planter 1 good disk harrow and a lot of plows and gear 1 good buggy 1 buckboard and harness 1 share of stock In Paint Lick Creamery 25 bushels of Irish Potatoes onehalf Interest In about 8000 pounds of tobacco Household and kitchen furniture Terms mad known on day of sale Sale begins ad D oclock 0 M LAX n WANTED Dormers having coodqunlity of Butter EggsPoultrySk1 wishing the highest city prices should send name and address to The Miami Valley Order Del 1735 Vine St Cinoinnati O Eczema is Curable ZEMO scientific preparation tot stern Ui Stop th skin Drugglit Writs for Mm For aie at MoRoberU Drug Store KIDWIYCUW N II t Kentucky 1sell tile following proper t towtt twoyear years old ta 111 foal steers twoyeara old 3 5 5 and It 4 or and market 1Ol6hn a and that Ecuml quickly and permanently curd by B W Rose Colds C destroy cause discuss yields is pie s 2tLeuiM ku kidmija sd Rtiddsr 1M and TAR CURES PREVENTS Pneumonia and Consumption Fetoy Honey and Tar not onrf the cough but heal and the lungs and prevent serious suits from cold There Is no danKer of Pneumonia Consumption or other lung trouble U Felay Honey mn4 taken ai it wlU the most cough the dangerous kind that settle on the lung and may develop Into pneumonia over night 11 you have a cough or cold risk Pneumonia when Feleyi Honey tend Tar will cure you quickly and strengthen your lung Remember tbt name FetoyC Heney and refuse any substitute offered Do not take chances with tome unknown preparation that you the same when you can gel Feleys Heney ami Tar that costs yew ne mere and Is and certain m results Contain no opiates Owed After Miytlelane laM He Had Cencumptlen E II Jones Pastor U E Church Grove Md writes About seven or eight yean ago I had a very severe col4 which physicians said very near pneumonia and which they afterward pronounced consumption Through A friend I was Induced to try a sample of Foleys Honey which rave a so much relief that I bought the regular silO Two or three bottle cured me of what the physicians called consumption and I have never had any trouble with my throat or lungs slace that time Three Ue25c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contain two an lebalf times a much as the small sis id the 100 bottle almost U much SIU All REMMMEIKI IT C C J K rftormcs Itching Skin Diseases cured by Zemo A liquid external use Zemo instant and permanently cures any form Itching or disease All Write for sample E W Roc Mcd Co St Louis salo at MoRuborts Drug Store 60 YEARS EXPBRIENCI TIIADC MaRie Ogaioro- T COPVRIOHTB AC a ikiteh and diicrliillmi nilruinuur oi an uniinunlruiftinknnir oillftlvull SCkKtIIIC flUKimA handtoidtlf t tr anr lourual Irs n 9lletn FOLEYSHONEY na I cure o not Tarand costs ute and Tar some of Are lot gives of 9ru Kim For Anyone IIndln II 111 10101 dll a ell les a ja nU tWosils 1I Lki SM I illustrated 111 ml w CoughsandColds stops strengthen serious Ta- I stubborn was s times S relict I 1Ii4 IA bthrIs probably seUrIig receive 1 i4kc asrss IDI Sac wsdsalsrs York eMPItWsih JA POSTEDThe undersigned nereby give warn hill to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to fullest extent of the law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice WH Ferguson Clay Sutton Ed Portwood W U Anderson J W Sweeney J D Nave 110 A mold Dave Dudderar Daniels W T Worrel John A R L Burton ROlloUn W R Cook Richard liergerner lILKclley KILL COUCH AND CURE THE LUNGS Dr Kings New Discor J Mrs P D Gill W J Glllllple Sanders E E WITH Miii a 0 FOR c B paicE lee 11 letS Fti ANI AND GUARANTEED I R P McRoberts Drug Store M K Denny DENTIST Ome over Ifeendon jwilry tore wITIrECCream Varmlfugal LUNeTaUBLES iATISFAOOZ- 1OXONZTUYUNDZD THE GUmHIEED WORM REMEDY THE cniLnnFrs FAVOHITE TONIC CCWtnl Or IMITATION THE OCNUIhC Minuet OMIV B- VBallardSnow Liniment Co Torf MO McRoborts Drug Store Sell Your Tobacco- At The Danville Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse and got as high prices an any auction market In the world W M Riley Company Danville Ky 1025 3m Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We have no agents 1ree Catalogue H Sons Lexington Kentucky The Truth Every In thli who horn Eczema Pimples Dand rufi or any form of or scalp dli ease can find relief and bo cured by Zcmo a clean liquid for external uw All durggUti sell o 11 JEEJEJS F 1 I auf I L- Iror MRobtftll Drug i OfOl S z esis