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THE CENTRALIUJtK UNTAItmilKl JHiUOUlACl AM QOVKimiKM ttlMKMtKNTIt VKAlt LANUASTMK KY FRIDAY JANUARY J5 ECORDt JWILULON Ion xvxexrs r- r n F GOO w t n Space CONN BROS They will have New Things to interest you tttSJtOOJtt 1 I I r OJ r Of111 I 1 t i r iL 1 Ijj i I t i 4 1 J rt 3s3i f watdhthls- L r- Y t M q t- rz I r t ip i r r r r I Local Items Dont forgot Indian show Jnnluy 27th Tho Ladles Aid Society will meet Saturday with Mrs WJ Romans The County Superintendent will bo prepared to pay tho teachers of this county Saturday January 10th Dock Bourne ago sixty five years died at his homo on Hanging Fork and tho remains were burled In Lan caster cemetery on Monday Attractive Performaned Tho mlstorles attending niAli n en tertainment as that of tho Inmun Ma glclan always draws a largo At Court House January 27th Burial The burial of Slid Rothwell who lived near this city was con ducted by tho colored Knights of 1v thlas Lodge Saturday afternoon Examinations An examination for common school diplomas will bo hold nt tho olllco of County Superintendent on tho last Friday and Saturday of this U D C Tho Daughters of tho will hold Leo and Jackson Memorial services with Mrs FP Frlsblo on tho nineteenth at 2 p m Address by Dr K H Pearce Good There will bo a hometalent enter tainment Friday night February 12th tit Court House under tho auspices of the Ladles Aid Society of the Christ church Notlco i Tho stockholders of TlitA Tobcrcco Warehouse Company are rc wcstd to call Bank at i Trust Company and receipt for tin stock certificates f J W Elmoro Secty and Trcas Fair Date At the annual meeting of tho Oar yard County Fair Association Tues day July 28th 2ltth and 30th were se lected for the dates of the fair The following ottlccrs and directors were elected J Y Robinson resident II T 1st Vice President U M West 2nd Vlco resident R L ElkIn Sect and Trcas Directors W B Burton W R Cook 0 A Arnold C A Robinson J C Eubanks Ceo B Robinson Woods Walker J E Rob inson J L Gill J M J W El lnr Forrest Stapp F S Hughes and E L I Woods r Jti c I Confederacy at the Jarrard I Logan morc Hudson W 11 cod colored I month- S I lan I I i I I I i I l l I I I Farm Banks I 4LT rsI 1 H fl i T t yf 1 J j I J 1- i j I if t Your Is I 11i I 4 j l r I riY H T LOGAN I Jt1 J v C J IttJ 1t4 h Wf 1 It I 4 S t ttMr v f i 1wI j4- JANUARY 1ST 1909 Account Due tiJ PLEASE CALL AND SETTLE rr ii t- a t 4 I EJ w- urr 1 toad llio advortfimcntof Huston vlllo horse sale In tills Issue rho sad news of the death of Char Ho IJottus salt of Mm Clara Belli now at North Dakota formerly o this city has been received by friend and relatives lore Money Ready The money for Jurors who served n November term Gurrard Circuit Court Is ready for payment and checks will bo given at MrRoberls drug store F 8 Hughes F Exchange Tlio ladles of the Lancaster Memo rial Methodist Church will ioUT an exchange In for four Saturdays Dressed all dainties also aprons etc Help us and wo will help you Shunaopsvl This noted Indian Magician with his company of whom Is Youna tho nese Juggler will appear at tha Court House on 27th day of at eight oclock p m under of tho I O O F Reserved seals COc general admission 35 children Election of Offices Tho National Dank elected the fol lowing odlcers on Tuesday A It Denny President J E Slormcs Vlco President 8 0 Denny Cashier J F Robinson Assistant cashier R T Ktubryf hook Keeper adding W I Williams to their list of Directors which Is as follows A C Robinson Jno E Stormes S 0 Denny J L Gill and W I Williams A Curiosity John Anderson a salesman In J R Mounts store found a bill of sale of a negro boy Many of the present gen eration never heard of a paper that sold human flesh like a horso or an aero of gronnd Wc therefore repro duce It I have this day sold to Wil liam Simpson Stephen a boy of color about 7 years old for tho sum of 400 Tho boy I warrant sound sensible a slave for life April 4 1848 Jones L Adams Condition of City By reading tho report of the condi tion of the City In this Issue It will be seen that wo are In a healthy condlr tlon and Hoard of Council de serves mucb credit for tho able and ef ficient manner In which they have handled the attains of the City all cir cumstances considered The affairs lava been economically administered Much of these good results Is duo to tho advice and counsel of City L L Walker and Clerk Mason Judge Harris and Marshal Hcrron have done their duty faithfully BrotiQhton Major Trial Tho examining trial of the above parties named for tho mysterious kll ling of Mrs Major near Buena Vista was called before Judge Ford J E Robinson representing the Commonwealth and lIon R II Tom llnson and J I Hamilton tho defense Tho caso was passed until Thursday by tho Commonwealth on account of the absence of an Important witness Much Interest Is manifested In tho case and wo regret wo will be unable to noto result until next Issue Died at her homo near Manse Mrs Margaret Royston Doty aged 70 years Her death way duo to a complication of diseases A husband Capt John Doty one daughter Mrs Jacob White of Lincoln and two sons WInO Doty Df Ohio and John Doty of Point Leavell mourn their Irreparable loss Ono daughter Mrs Franky Doty lIar Inn died two years ago Funeral ier vIces were conducted by Rev D E bVlcrson and the remains were burled In Lancaster cemetery Crane Fayne In Lexington Thursday afternoon anuary 7th at tho homo of tho brides Miss Carrie S Crano and Mr no B Fayno were united In mar lago Tho brldo Is a charming young with thorough musical education lr Fayno Is a mar of splendid ability now being with tho In Lexington After an oxtenslvo trip East they oturncd to tho homo of tho grooms M r and Mrs W II Payne at Record extends best of wishes for and brldo Goode Ralph May the youngest child of Mrs Allen Goode died In tho homo of Marlon Johnson December 6ih 1008 after short Illness lIe was about two rears and ten months old at tho time Df his taking leave for the presence of tho Heavenly Father This was a boy of unusual promises being bright and full of life and health It Is a sorrow to his lonely mother as jho passes through tho solitary days of widowhood Hut she has tho com forting promises of tho Father of all mercies and tie sympathy of all tho Christian peoplaot tho community It Is another Instance of a little soul being transplanted Into gar don of Gads presence Three little that go before only beckon us that blessed homo whore trouble or tears can never como May the pre promises of God be aulllcient to keep ui all perfect faith until we meet again T J ufce t next fowl and amq 1l America J l1a Janun ausp ell 2 c A R Denny that tlio Saturday Doty parents lady business Leader parents Stone John lug happy Just onto post Attorney Clio neat lie not leas Jones Brown On Wednesday evening at denco of the brldos father R Drown Richmond Street Mr Day Jones was married to Miss Berth Brown Rid F M Tinder officially It was a quiet wedding attended by relatives and friends ore well connected favorably known and congratulations are In order Card of Thanks Wo desire to express through th Record our heartfelt appreciation i tho many kindnesses Jo friends and neighbors u recent great trouble Hclplnfc hnd and words of sympathy comlnt a tlmo will never bo wo pray Gods richest blessing upon those who camo to us with them John 0 DotySr and family Bank Election On Tuesday tho Citizens National Dank elected the following ofllcers J J Walker President J S Johnson Vlco President B F Hudson Cash Icr W O Rlgncy Assistant Cashier 0 D Walker hook keeper Directors J J Walker J S Johnson T M Arnold B F Hudson Alex Glbbs L L Walker and C A Arnold the two being new directors Commercial Club A meeting will be held Tuesday January 10th at 2 p m at the Gar rard Bank and Trust Company for th purpose of organizing a Commercial Club All prosperous towns and clt lea aro represented by a Commercial Club and as such an organlzatloi would help build our town we a full meeting of all business men It Is hoped that tho farmers will also respond to this call as tho welfare o the city Is theirs too M P A Neighbors have notified tho Men Protective Association that J W Sweeney swept the pavement on Sun day and reports say that Rev C C Brown Is not altogether clear of th charge of doing household work If these parties will join the order promise to abandon such work pay dues as Dr Burnett done no further punishment will b Inflicted Tho order Is growing a strict observance of Its rules guaranteo liberty to us and our Train and Mall Mr W T West our post master has been kind enough to furnish the following Information for the benefit of the community Train No 10 North bound to Cincinnati arrives at 500 a m No 71 Soutb bound to Rowland arrives at 035 u m departs at 10 am No 28 North bouud to Richmond rives at 1134 a m No 27 to arrives at 229 p m No 0 South bound to Rowland at 835 p m No 28 only carries mall between this point and Richmond All mall for tho above trains will be made up thirty minutes before departure of trains Our Sunday mall will bo opened from 1 to 2 p m Another Bank Election The Garrard Bank Trust elected tho following officers on Tuesday R E McRoberts President 0 Eubanks 1st Vlco President R Burton 2nd Vice President J W amore Cashier D A Thomas As latant Cashier Directors II K Herndon H T Logan Hanks Hudson t R Haselden R L ElkIn V A R L Burton W L Lawson T Price L K Perkins W R Cook 1 L Woods W 0 Gooch J O lemphlll H V BastlnT C Rankin hos Owens A B Brown Jr J W 1111 J H Dalton M D Shearer At the same meeting tho directors Declared a semi dividend of 2 cent This Institution added tho feature which has so long boon n demand And Is so universally need id by every community In handling states as administrator executor or rustee Tho security of tho Instl utlon tho competency of tho ofllcers the convenience In transacting business will appeal to the public ugh Award To The Country Pro Tho country press of tho United probably never received more llatlnctlvo award to Its moral worth ban In tho action of tbo grgat Nut onalCouncll of the churches of recently held Philadelphia reported In the Philadelphia dalles The fallowing resolution rccognlz n tho moral value of tho country roes was offered before the body by 3r Pierce of Kentucky and favorably sported by the business committee of It was unanimously adopted star In full session of tho Council with narked applause the resolution being is follows The Federal Council of theChurch a of Christ In America recognizes he great value of tho city and coun ry press the last as well as the lint caching and serving vast religious as yell as clvlo Holds and cordially In rltei all the brotherhood of the press both secular and religious to tto with the Federal Council as allies u the warfare against clvlo corrup Lion commercial dishonor unworthy vice and crime We appreciate tho complimentary mention made by Dr E U 1uarce of our city In referring to the country preaa In tlw above resolution I onlY lho extern ed your dun ng a forgot e and last want Now and 25cents bas and will children r Southbound Rowland ar- rIver Company J I Lear annual per Trust and such bus- Iness Amer- Ica cooper L tU lie rci party sue Service R ands fly t v THE Vuloan Chilled Plows II j Is a success and no experiment It is con sidercd by users as tho Boat Chilled Plow menu factured Its superior construction of tho best g Material by competent Machines id responsible S for its strength light draft and steady running 3 To these qualities aro duo its very increasing Ml popularity with tho farmer gj If you need a turning Plow try Ja Vulcan ffl and be convinced Sold by I HASELDEN BROS M Agents 1 Lancaster Kentucky Big Combination Sale Stallions andJacks To Bo Held At Hustonville Ky February 10 II 19Q9 Write for Entry Blanks Business Horse Salk March 24th and 25th The Hustonville Combination Sale CoH- ustonvllle Kentucky I li3 1 fs a I 113 Gil Rr OP High C1a Strayed t Largo white and black crippled fore l log long tall heavy ears wrinkled and big mouth She has been about two weeks Reward for In formation Toles Walker P lidno 254 R M6tf Notice Notlco IB hereby given that the caster Opera House Co conse writing of tho owners of the of shares of stock Is solved and It will proceed forthwith to close Its business persons haying debts and demands against the Company will them at once L G Davidson Srcy January 1100 11641 New Agricultural Journal The Kentucky Fanner successor to tho Farmer and Breeder published In Louisville Kentucky the first Issue of which appeared last week promises to be a firstclass agricultural Journal The farmers of tile state will gladly welcome such a Journal In their homes World Week of Prayer Thursday night Baptist church Intemperance and Gambling Dr Pearce Friday night Methodist church subject The Homo and School Eld Tinder Saturday night Signs of tho Times Presbyterian church Rev Mr Bush Sunday 11 a m All churches subject Christ the Giver of Life Night services Union commu nion services at the Christian church Night service 715 p hundred million Christians throughout all the world aro meeting together this month on this same program In fellowship and prayer The Lexington Herald For 1809 The Lexington Herald announces Its annual bargain offer of 500 per year to mall subscribers who pay for a year In advance before January lat This applies only to mall subscribers who aro not In arrears All who are In arrears may secure this reduced rate by paying up to January 1st 1000 and paying 5 00 In advance for tho next year Now Bubrcrlbeia may receive the paper by mall on pay mentor M In advance These rates do not apply either to carrier delivery In Lexington or carrier delivery In any of tho towns of Central Kentucky but only to subscribers who receive their paper through tho malls In addition to what Herald sub scribers have received heretofore they will get on Monday morning an agri cultural weekly which will also carry the news of tbo day Tim regular to the dally editions of The Herald will receive the Blue Grass Farmer edition The Lexington Herald Company Inc Leilpgton Ky ct sp tt e ne ani t ma y the s sub- Ject m- Ono rl hereb subscribers subscribers r General Newsi Beach IIargls was released from Jail at Jackson Ills mother paid his fines under the promise that he would himself Young HanIs will leave for Hot Springs Ark in a few days to be treated for rheumatism After the holiday lull the Govern ments fight looking to the dissolution of the Standard 011 Company of New Jersey was resumed In New York Special Examiner Frank B Fer rlsi Senator Tillman was shadowed by secret service offers by direction of the President In connection with the al leged Oregon land grab bill The Senator promises to make things warm In his reply A bill was reported to the Senate from the Committee on Finance the salary of the President of the United States from 150000 to 1100 000 a year and the salaries of the Vice President and the Speaker from 112 000 to 120000 a year each judge Charles E Booo recent claim clerk In the Auditors ofllce was to the penitentiary for five years on the charge of forgery He was only tried In one case thirtyfour other Indictments bolngsontlriued un til tho April term of court The leaders of tho Burley Tobacco Society voted themselves nice salaries at tbelr meeting at Winchester The president Is to get 5000 per year and expenses seven executive committee men 12000 each and expenses and fortythree district chairmen 1500 a year each Considering the good the Society bas done the salaries are not execs aloe U U persistently rumored that the Louisville and Nashville will leek to acquire Atlanta Birmingham and Atlantic railroad property when It Is put up for sale as It will be In the near future The property at present Is In tho hands of a receiver has been ordered sold The line be a valuable connection to tho N system Tho Rov John H Carmichael who confessed to the murder of Gideon Browning at Use Rattle Run Method Unchurch In Michigan and who cut hIs throat In a at Car thago 111 Sunday night died at noon room of Mlrandl Hughe boardinghouse had Attempt ed to end his life He left a which ho he wu the man who killed Browning Everybody should attend tho ID show at Court IJouw January IHI V f i J sentenced the Monday Carmichael Will found In tho atterbe cant aaodthat 1 behave 1 before h r Increasing r 1 v F t would i j l boarding houaa a f t l I M r CJ0NT1UL ItECOllD 18 UICt WKRKLYi IIW A YKAR P 8 HUGHES EdrPubr ffMMilftlall itntl UnUtt Ky Pratt Association md Eighth District Publishers Lssgue Lsncsstsr Ky January IB 1909 fists For Polltlctl Announcements For Precinct and City Ofllcfc 1 600 For Couttty Offices 1000 Flr State and District Offices 1500 For Calls per line 10 For Cards per line 10 For all publicans In the Interest of Individuals or expression of Individual views per line 10 Obituaries per line 05 I 011 IAIIMlltr a Member t t I c 1 r- r T i i a ItafsrM Ibrf elee n Ay i i Democratic Ticket For State Senator R L Hubblo For Representative W B Burton For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford jt For County Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J W Hamilton r For Sheriff Goo T Ballard For School Superintendent Miss Jen tileHlggln- sjaj For Jailer Jack Adams v For Assessor W S Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J H Dunn f For Magistrate District No 1 J P Source jj UFor Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic party of the 13th Judicial District I am a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Circuit Judge of this district I pre fer a primary election M 0 SAUFLEY We are authorized to announce Hon rrCbas A Hardin of Harrodsbnrg as a for renomlnatlon for the office of Commonwealth Attorney for the 13th Judicial District to the action of the Democratic party fiobert Thornbury of Campbells Sllle was messenger to carry Kentuckys electoral vote to Wash Ington i A Plttsburg man offers to sell blm self for llooo He wilt never be able to attract a until be gets on- r the bargain counter at 00005 Rich z mond Climax The noose will Send the career of six night riders at Union City Tennessee on February 10 that number being Bentensed tor the murder of Rankin t Beelfoot Lake Justice frequently prevails these days and crime will ul timately be subdued Kentucky stands first as a tobacco producing State 240000 acres having been last year North Car bllna cornea next with 200000 acres It Is gratifying to our farmers to know that Garrard Is of the counties In the production of the Senator Tlllman In reply to the charge of the President that he was Interested in the Oregon land grab denied that he had been guilty of wrong and warned Mr Roosevelt that he lived In a glass bouse with a glass floor He asked for a full Investiga Lion of the matter and promised to have more to say about the President The Flttsburg graft tho secret mur dera In Indiana the cremation a body In a stove In a church by a min ister In Michigan and many other crimes conspire to prove that the North overshadows In wick edness but we will call It even If pea pie In the North will quit posing as angels and cease calling the people the South demons It li gratifying to know that the number of aliens admitted Into the United States during the Fiscal year ending June 30 1008 was 602470 less than for the year 1007 Restrictions in reference to physical mental and moral defects are being rigidly forced To Insure the perpetuity of our Institutions further restrictions should be Imposed Judge Charles E Booe before be donned his prison garb made to order paid former Auditor IJager and pros ent Auditor James the full amount he stole from them during the time he was not under bond The amount was 3482 87 He also left his wife 10000 to support her while serving his term In penitentiary Who will reimburse the State for the remainder of the shortage made by Judge Booo Is a question of law that Is puzillng Direct primary nominations and fur tber of the laws for protection of purity of elections were the recommends tlons the annual Message of any nughes presented to the New York LftfliUture at opening session We- heartily conpur with our namesake FrlHsrles are close the people and f properly conducted all fraud can be conventions are full 9 fraud being of such snort t f t h ro T j candidate 1 J s ii woman I II Jf hell the- a is 7 I duo x I irk i t l J 1 w of rp cultivated a one leading 1 tweed lt P t 1 off f o t t1 7 enc s J e rr 1 b1 the r r f the its 1 lad1 ht tr AL t iluri tho wires lira woikidtkfuretlio iHitucs kliuw what U on Tim lluu the Simlo repudi ated President UoosovnlU The House by a vote of 212 to 35 on table the sections of the Presidents Secret Service message which wero held as an attack on the Integrity of that body Many speeches were made by Democrats and Republicans denoun clifg tho President and one of the strongest was made by Congressman Shurley Tho Senate dealt n severe blow to the men In tire White House by adopting Culberson resolution calling fdr Information on the Tctnes see coal and Iron nod steel merger Tho President had only fourteen sup porters This is a nice state of affairs Tno President seems to bo without the support of his own party and ought tobo since his whole aim Is to make personal thrusts at all who do not agree with him ills message covered too much ground Io should Investigate the guilty and not Include tho Innocent In unwarranted accusa tions Ills conduct Is like that of an exaggerated ego or a self conceited hero Vegetables As Medicines Carrots are excellent for gout Cran berries correct tbe liver Asparagus stimulates the kidneys Watercress Is an excellent blood purifier Honey Is a good substitute for cod liver oil Parsnips possess the same virtues as sarsaparilla Celery contains sulphur and helps to ward oft rheumatism Bananas are beneficial to sufferers from chest complaints Celery Is a nerve tonic onions also are a tonic tor the nerve Beet root Is fattening and good for people who want to put on flesh Tomatoes are good for torpid liver but should be avoided by gouty people Lettuce has a soothing effect on the nerves and Is excellent for sufferers from Insomnia Spinach has great aperient qualities and Is far better than medicine for sufferers from The Juice of a lemon Is ex cellent for sore throat but should not be swallowed but used as gargleEx A At Austin Kentucky Miss Eliza Harrison set partridge eggs under a hen last summer and hatched quite a drove of young ones and eve out of the bunch lived to be entirely grown and have become thoroughly domesti cated She expects to raise from tbe domesticated quail next season The quail teed and roost with the chickens but through the day stay a consider able distance from the house but at the least dlsurbance they return to the chickens for protection and always return at nightfall to roost Miss Harrison has been offered a fancy price for the birds by parties who are in their culture and who want them to experiment with but up to the present she has steadily refused to part with them This reminds us of John Duncans gobbler which took the seat of the dead turkey ben on eggs hatched them out and watched over them till grown This Is no fake story Where Is Heaven A minister one day preached on Heaven Next morning he was going down town and be met one of his old wealthy members The brother stop ped the preacher and said Pastor you preached a good sermon about Heaven You told me all about Heaven but you never told me where Heaven Is Ahl said the pastor I am glad of an opportunity this morning I have just come the billtop yon der In that cottage there Is a of your church She Is sick In bed with fever her two little children are sick In the other bed and she has not got a bit of coal nor a stick of wood nor nor sugar nor any bread It you will go down town and buy Live dollars worth of things nice provis ions and send them up to her and then go up there and say My slater I bave brought you these nice ions In tbe name of our Lord and Sa vior then ask fora read the Psalm and then get down on your knees and pray If you dont see heaven before you get through Ill pay tbe bill Tbe next morning bo said Pastor I saw Heaven and spent fifteen minutes In Heaven as you are listening Farmers Guide MTlIElillON Tbe sick of this community are con valescing Mr D Lanoy moved last week from Stone to his purchased from Samuel Duncan Mrs John Vanderpool was called to Lexington to the bedside of her little Guy Vanderpool who Is very sick Dr Durham tae prominent Bryants vjllo physician has been faithfully at tending his patients in this locality the past week The Infant of Mr and Mrs Dill Grimes of was Interred In Mt Hebron cemetery Saturday Mr and Mrs Dennis Scott attended the funeral of their aunt Mrs Doty of ittlnt Lick Sunday Mr Samuel Duncan and sister Mrs Ida Montgomery are with their stator Mrs Wm Vanderpool at Lexington H ndl d la bandied In the Philippines by coollsi who with a bamboo pole and a of tope carry In a most precarious fahon packages that are to drop and bunt at mo ment Hence the need of good stock for the and reenforcement with Iron strap beads i J Ito III It O and lAid the the constipation a One member provls bible and twenty third certain- as 11 tarmrecently Buena Vista ou ly Freight Y U Good interested from lour al grandson Piece casings Ladles Mutt Not Iliad If tlitf liTlMh woffle women inmttlilnx ih ought not 10 ktiowi nut you tot she will find II out lomchnw II she the kind of iliow Now wtll tin cents lo a ftrlhltif Thus poem ihe already rt d We knew tl al It somehow If the limit to lUrnl on her Tompion Jack Londons Latest Novol Uncle HcmuVs The Homo makes the Important announce relent that It tins secured the serial rights of Jack Londons latest novel Martin Eden It will begin In tcb ruarv Issue of that popular Mngazinc which was founded by Joel Chandler Harris and Is edited br Julian Harris stud Don Marquis The critics who have read Martin Eden stato gripping vivid and picturesque and Is such a story as only Jack London could write The editors of Uncle Rcmuss The Homo Magazine believe It to be a story that every man and woman should read contains a big lesson and In Its ar raignment of false Ideas Is both noble and notable Martin Eden the character who Is really the book Is so keenly true that he seems lucid with life In tense big In his Ideas and Ideals and without faltering yet unselfishly he strives ceaselessly and courageously for the genuinely best In life It Is just the story that should bo printed serially stato the editors of Uncle RcmuBs The Homo Magazine for there is much you will want to learn more about and understand bet ter before going on and tho time each Issue of the Magazine gives the reader ample opportunity Send 50 cents In stamps to the South Publishing Company and they will send you Uncle Remuss The Homo Magazine eight months beginning with the February Issue which contains the first Installment of Martin Eden BUENA VISTA H S Christopher bought In liar rodsburg last Monday seven heifers at 81505 per head Rev Walton on account of hit wifes Illness was unable to fill hit pulpit here Sunday The social event of the season was that of last Friday evening when Mr and Mrs J B Ruble threw open the doors of their hospitable homo to the young folks of the neighborhood their object a tacky party The sixty guests represented Indians Gypsies and our great grand fathers and mothers Mrs H C Ruble acted as hostess At 1030 dainty refreshments were served which delightful music was by Bessie Secrest representing Uncle Sam attired In Stars and Stripes and Virgil Wilds representing an old fashion gentleman Four prizes were given first girls prize was awarded to Miss Bertha Christopher who repre sented a real gypsy Second girls prize First boys prize Ev erett Lawson of Bryantsvllle Second boys prize Horace Easley At 12 oclock goodbyes were being said and good wishes extended to the host and hostess PAINT LICK Miss Dave Maret of Parksvllle Is visiting Miss Emma Burchell this weekRice Woods who has been seriously 111 With Pneumonia Is improving slowly Wm Gregory of North Dakota Is the guest at his brother R P Gregory of this place Mr lames Conn of Lancaster has been spending a few days this week In our city Dr Carman Is once more at homo In his office over the bank after having been a wanderer since the fire Mr W O Lacefleld manager of the Paint Lick Telephone exchange Is In the hospital at Berea with tho mumps Mr Guy Rice has been sick for the past few days but Is now well enough to be out again MrO E Williams nought nice horse from for 1225 Mr Wil hams will ride now Conn who purchased oho Shu mate lot from Bnrman and Rucker Is erecting a two story building which he will use as black smith shop and carriage warehouse The auction sale of town lots held here by 0 A Ballard Rucker and was well attended The pur chasers of lots are as follows From G A Ballard J M Motcalf W P Anderson W F Champ and G A Ballard From Rucker and Willams 1 lot each to J R Hoary and A B FIt ridge Mrs John 0 Doty Sr died at hnr home near Manse Saturday morning Oth ago 70 years of a compll cation of deseascs The remains were Interred In the cemetery at Lancaster Sunday afternoon The marriage of Mr E L Woods President of Peoples Bank of Paint Lick and Miss Pitntba McKlnnoy Royston daughter of Wm Royston took place at the home of the bride at half past eight oclock Thursday morning Rev D E Frlorson officiat ing The happy couple left Immed lately for Jacksonville Florida and sourthern where they remain for several months Their many friends extend copgrat ulatlons and best for a long and happy married life I The Uncrowned KnUi Many a man who goes around boast that be Is hit own master doesnt know that we have primary elections and If he wore told that there were such things he would wonder what people did at them l h 11 m II water has I lie Is between Sunny after rendered MIss Corn Poor II W I Kincado lOco Williams other wit he 1 r term lest heal Magazine nit January I wishes ie w 5 W- r a Mrs Gcurjju Italy I reported very sick nt this writing Mr Oscar hay In elite to walk now t y aid of crutches Dr J II Icrklim of Oklahoma has been visiting relatives here Mr cud MM tlityinoiitl Hay vlsllrd Mm Wllllo lUy of Madison HiitUrdny and timidity Mki Nannie Lonifof Oottonburtf lion bike Man Ilroaddu Mr bride visited Mr and Saturday eight und Miss Nettle Ray Sunday QTho death angel has again visited of Mr PUHOII aebaxtaln and took for IU victim his wife who had been confined to her room several weeks with that dreadful disease con sumptlon She truo Christian and when she was called she meekly folded her hands and said I am ready to RO and quietly asleep to wako In the mansions pro pared for oho blest She leaves a and several sisters and brothers to mourn their loss Weep not dear ones for we know sho Is at rest and our loss Is her gain rilKACHKKSVlLLE Mr E 0 PeppieR was here last week Mr J L Kennedy Is quite 111 Mr John Colycr Is very HI of Ira J Iloltzclaw returned to Smiths business college at Lexington Miss Bertba Hamin of Madison Is the prettyguest of tho Misses Carpen ter A J Thompson sold his farm at this place to L F Thompson of Garrard at 1100 per acre At J P Rodgers sale everything sold ugh Corn brought 13 sheep to per head cows ICO and horses ISO to 1107 Mr D J BlRSby who located In Okla homa somo time ago has returned and will live at Cedar Creek J P Rogers sold his farm known as the old P E Parish place on Dlx Riv er for 15000 White of Crab Orchard Misses Mary Roberts of Somerset Mary and Alice Rankin of Hubble and Jennie Peoples of Stanford were guests of Misses Ella and Fannies Thompson Your correspondent has returned from a protracted visit to Indianap oils Louisville Lebanon Junction and elsewhere We had the best time ev or met nil cur old friends and made lots of new ones Oblivion A magazine writer sane Nine thousand young women have sons on the stage In search of admiration and have passed into oblivion That calling a pretty hard name WANTED Hens Sots Ducks Bets 12ots Geese 6 to 6cts EGGS 25 to 26ots ANUAI REPORT OF THK Financial Condition OF TUB CITY OF LANCASTER For the fiscal year ending January 4th 1909 KECE1PT8 DtUnce on band Jan eib 1908 I CJ 38 Hlnei collected lu UMt Ml W 281U- T xei collected In 190S fl631 M- Old U collected 1UO7 IIM W Uceiuei collected lu JK08 4IOCU ran iiOOu Bali oneball lot In Work Homo Uldg 13U Ou Total 8tV7 IS di ommuoiu 18145 TttooTIOllct 8JM Jailer ICOM For attending Town Clock 8800 2060 City Trcaiurcr IN 00 MOO Moo For W 00 Ilalanc Niter work BOOM Jalil to fund Klro denirltaeut w HI celUii oui CAN Streets IJtM lu Trauifered lo wear workt HI lu uti ti ud loaorj Total tMMW- ATKH WOIIKB ItKVBNUC FUND IlKUKIlTBl Water renli collected IU0093- llcnuie colftc tcdortL 26000IUUII era KcglneerBaltry I MOW WOW gaullni otl anq n vf accli SI DM nu 00 Total n- Pa b city collectlbU and about 170000 and Inking fond his paid I00000 In water works bond WU UA80N HTLOOAN- Ol k 00 been tho nttractlo Ruest ut CAlico and bits Oicar the homo was R husband II to lr R U II Pitta burg L Poultry and Eggs Turkeyih 11 to H BNorthcott Railroad lax D1BDUIISEIENTS SlarCIICouocll 7600- II 10000 II All II II II II II II bl nil on water works IOO 00 II II account 40 II SJ nlenUfiaMKNT8 Ifrope ou bill 10 oft Nor S IbUtlll llYB around lie Elsie Ituy tall pneumonia 1 1e400- r I Extra Iu Ito llaereet boneI 02000 ofd audnow n loud r Awkaudlrredfrom rood YITeO Total 463 1oJuaalslNorib- a 56201 tU241 w ext Faso tbs Iltt Christs Earthly Glory I r tof CMei A Mood Church thl to This beginning of miracles did Joiui In Cnna In Oolllep and muni footed forth his glory John Sill 11 I REV A Co DIXON D DIII I the miracle will give us a glimpse of the true glory of our Lord while upon earth 1 We iee the Glory of Hit Social Nature Jesus was no ucotlo Ho did not ihut himself between fourwalls barring out the world Ho was truly In the world though not Iluar 01 mIl of It While bearing the sorrows of the community he shared equally their Ho broko up several funerals but never a feast Ho promoted the right kind of festivity Ho came to Increase our joys and diminish our Borrows and ho knows at no other ioci how to make our very sorrows channels of Joy Wo aro not therefore to find him at a marriage feast mingling with the people and showing forth the glory of hit social naturo 2 We Bee the Glory of His Power It was quietly displayed no show Ho simply willed and It was done The conscious water saw Ita Lord and blushed Such le the glory of Chrlitt powor today H displays itself not In the tempest the earthquake or the fire but In the itlll small voice The great powers of naturo aro Invisible and Inaudible We wonder at thundering Niagara and yet the vital forces of the forest draw up much more water than pours over Niagara falls Tho quiet work Ing of nature that lifts the cloud and distills the rain giving life and beauty to meadow Hold and flower display the truo glory of God The heaven declare his glory by quietly shining and the firmament Bhoweth his hand work without making ado over IU 3 We See the Glory of His Sympathy Sympathy with tho embarrassed and perplexed Here WM a family with more guests than they expected and their supplies ran short The Lord cornel just In tlmo to relieve their em Urraismcnt It suggests to us that Christ Is ever sympathetic with the little worries and perplexities of life It It easier to boar a great calamity than these little irritations Stanley said that be did not fear the lions and tigers of the African forest as much at the Jiggers And the ants They killed more men than the MV ages 4 We Bee the Glory of His Method The worlds method Is to give the best wine Lint and keop the worst for the last We tee that In the rience of the drunkard He has a time of Jollity and what he calls h p plness for a few years but tho end It delirium tremens death tho good wine first the bad last How forcibly this was illustrated In the lIfo of Lnndseer the great animal a man before whoso works of people In the art galleries of Europe stand today in rapt admiration Near to close of his life ho went around from place to place with swollen note and bleared eyes the pity of friend and the scorn of enemies Dyron the worlds version when ho Sly days In the yellow leaf flower the fruit of life li gone The worm th canker and the grief Ar mine alone Beau nrummel put It In not quite so poetical a form when after ho had danced with princesses and frittered away his life ho pointed to a dog lying In the mutt and said I wish I was that dog These men of the world hind tho good wine first and the bitter dregs last Christ may require of us toll struggle patience There may como Into our lives sickness and death Wo may havo truly a hard time of It but do pond upon It tho good time will come to the Christian and those severe ox perlenees will make coming glory all the brighter In what striking con trait with the sentiments of Byron and IJrummel Is tho experience of Paul 1 have fought a good fight I have finished my course I have kept the faith henceforth there It laid up for me a crown of righteous ness The henceforth It the good wine Ills life may be a battle to fight a raco to run a charge to keep but victory will crown tile battle the prize Is at tho end of the raco nnd the Well done from the Masters lips will make us glad that wo kept the charge committed to us Milk from the 8oja Bean Vegetable milk It used In Japan It Is made from the soja bean The liquid Is exactly like cows milk In and In taste can hardly bo distinguished from It To mako It the beans are first soaked and then boiled In wator Borne sugar and phos phato of potassium are added and It Is boiled down till It has the consistency of condensed milk SolssertQrlnder In Auto An enterprising In Lot Angeles cal hu mounted bit grinder on an automobile using the cars power to run tho grinder and now rides from place to place Instead of walking A Horrible HoldUp About ten years ago my broths was hold up In Jila and hopeless Consumption writes W H of N 0 He took all kinds of remedies and from several doctors but found no till ho used Dr Klnaa New Discovery and was wholly cured lie Is a well man today its quick to relieve and surest cure affections 100 tot tie tree UutraatMd uj R K MoRal wU J joys surprised oxp wrote are The appearance what was to be treatment ball or sore nemorr hlllles Coughs and Colds and an Dronchlal 600 and Jlal f outward painters self donial lie Christians scisson grinder believed ur 1 Begin now to Feed INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD Wo keep it in nil aics from U5o pnukngos to 25 pound buckets r I r t I M6R0b6rtsDrug toro i r a M1Ifilrat p i THE National Bank Of Lancaster Capital 50000 SirplHS 10000 A R President J I STORUES rice Pmt S C PENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asat Cashr- B T Embry Bookkeeper Dimerous Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John E Stormes S C Denny J Williams DUffY L Gill W I Safely Delllslt ROles forReali We Solicit Your Business I Start tho Now Year right by Settling Your Account must settle up our 1908 business and bo ready for 1000 so plcnso call and settle nt onto I thank you for past favors and wish you a prosperious New Year R S BROWN Lancaster Kentucky Behind a Good Team t i I I f i i fr- I I- Wo i 1 N1INNNNNN N NNNNN N should be hitched a good CARRIAGEYou want one so reliable that you can give all your at tention to the horses without a single worry about the vehicle you sit in Our carriages are just that kind If you buy one and your horses arc as good as the carriage youll certainly have a dandy turnout W J ROMANS An Attractive Home How pleasant it is to have a bright and attractive home every thtng clean and cheerful It is difficult however to always keep n house looking spick and span You can help by burning nothing but Campbell Red Star for cooking and is the cleanest of it does not smoke and makes no dust or soot There ate no ashes to sift when this ideal fuel Is is nil consumed all turned into heat Red Star users have bright homes Campbells Red Star This furnished in all of the standard hard coal sizes may be used in range furnace and ordinary heater Lancaster Lumber 04 Lancaster Ky I I l If t heatingit usedIt of Is Mfg Co j 1 toils cook stove fP w We need our money to pay for same Your account is due come in and help us out Dont forgot wo soil tho OLIVER PLOW and StUDEBAKER WAGON Tho boat Plow and Wagon made Vulcan Plows 850 AND REPAIRS J R0 Mount Co CT I gr Bought 1 I I I I f J 1 A EEAZLEr T LNI IM- tI llaYillg Property III Ill n L Costsis- i 1 UNDERTAKER Arterial EhrlIc Orlc OQ DullJ Slrea a ul Cultr i VUL6 unor CASUTS MU BURIAL ROBIS ALWAYSII lTOCKn WlNtJii1lJ 1Jl I A Little GOOD 4 Goal mikes a big hot fire when a lot of poor coil sends out no heat at all It economical to buy our coal because it is clean goes farthest makes most heat leaves very little ash and costs no more per ton than poorer grades We deliver it to any part of the city Full weight always Telephone your order to us harmers wagons Field Seed and Feed BANKS HUDSON I j I t 1JW tjt 1K I I w a r J J WALKKU President f i VlcePreat JS Joxnsof I ORGANIZED M8j CITIZENS NATIONAL BAN Ot LANOA8TB JTF CAPITAL M B P HUDSON Cashier W O RiOHir AMt Cashr aD WALKBB Bookkeeper Business Solicited Prompt and Careful AttMtloav J DIRECTORS- 8 Johnson D F Hudson J J Walker Alex Gibbs Lewis L Walker 0 A Arnold The IIL T I I I r see I l M Arnold COLDSyou them you SYRUP WINTER BALLADS UOREHOUND A eoutrn cr cold la generally joreranucr aenow sick It tho human breathing la a combination of tubes and oolla whtob kept in order to lusuro good health Ballards Horehourid COUGHS COLDS BRONCHITIS WHOOPING COUGH CROUP AND ALL PULMONARY DISEASES Cured of a Chronic Cough J n ButtCi Mont vrltca j i cheerfully rooom whloh would uUuoted an imnodAta and curt 3lc We HHd f100 BtlUrd Unimtnt Co 100502 North Swoad R E McROBERTS of ed l ra hfma dJlf I 1 I CURES t mortal to IO chronic 110u I for with moat aU winter Ballard Xlvlun I I I ow IT JqUII J Sold nod R nmnrfC oi ti a olle st ru flits with suffered a ohrea pone M a 6ttwtr MOr- ct let w I i I art About People se v A Brief of the Comlnti md Oobp fcyTtoM Wi An d In Joe Burnsldes baa returned to Mid dleaboro Mfr Little Simpson Is In Lexington visiting friends MIM Aille Yantls bra returned from a visit to Stanford Mir Mary Kate Slngleto bu enter ed college at Georgetown MM Rella Arnold will visit Crab Orchard friends tbli week Mr Walter of Stanford Is visiting bli cousin Robert Walter Miss Beetle Slagleton Is visiting In Georgetown and Versailles Short of Westcrvllle Ohio vis Ited Mfr Knapp West UnJ Lt Slier bas returned from a visit to relatives In Springfield Mrs Georgia Lusk Is with her sister Mrs R E Hughes of LoulsTllle- Measrs John M Farra and Dan 0 Elkin were In Louisville a few days Miss Margaret Miller of Richmond Is the gust of Dr and Mrs Marshall Denny Wn Goodloe of Paris has been the recent gueat of Mr and Mrs D M Lackey Miss Scott Petty visiting her mother Mrs Elltabctb Petty of III Mr Ed Price Is at home again after a visit to Mr and Mrs Cicero Price of Wlacbeater Adolph Joseph hoe returned to 1e rii Indiana after a pleasant visit to relatives here Dr and Mrs Bataon of Oklahoma bare for a volt to Mr and Mrs B II BaUon Mir Annell Tbomllnson waa the week end gut of MlM Mayme Bal lard at BryanUvllle- MUa Mary Roberta baa returned to home In Somerset after a visit to Mir Mary Rankin Mr Will Gregory of Braddock North Dakota Is here visiting his Garrard county relatives MfM Eliza L Anderson Is making a visit to her cousin Mrs George Brown of JPreacbenvllle Mine Alice and Mary Jagce have returned to their home In Cadiz after visit to Prof and Mrs D W Bridges Mrs R M Arnold and cblldren have returned to their home In Danville af ter a visit to Garrard county relatives Mrs Llda Kino of Lower Garrard U reported better at this writing She bu been dangerously ill of apendl cull Mrs James Francis of Paint Lick waa the guest of per daughter Mrs Saufley liugbes latter part of last week W S Beazley who recently ed one of Fayettea handsomest farms Is here mingling with his many friends It Is with sincere regret we note the Illness of Mr who Is of Lancasters most highly esteem ed citizens Later much better Mr and Mrs J W Francis and lit tie son Louis of Farkersburg West Virginia are visiting Mesdames Fran cia and Doty Mri sad Mra 8 B Sanders and son and Mr Howard Mouth and wife Doyle spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Dave Sanders Elder F M Tinder who bad tho misfortune to break n rib some two weeks ago Is oa the recuperating list and hopes to be blmself again at a very date E Mayme Ballard will line In a few days fora vlst to Miss Stevens at VaWosta Ga She will also visit oth er points In the South before return home Mrs Janes house who recently married In the city of Louis ville have gone to housekeeping In what Is known u the Beaxler home Si tallM of Lancaster Mr Morrla Dudley who has been ab sent In Cuba for three Is ex pealed here loop to Join his wife aqd cbltdrea who are with her Mr lad Mrs James 11111 Mr T B Walker Is at home after a flsltto bis sister Mrs D D Gulger nuntlBgton W Va lie was call ed there by the lllneM of his mother Mrs Anne Walker who Is now on the road to recovery HIM Jewell Spoonainore entertain about alityof her young friends at her hospitable country home sear Lancaster The rooms were artlit cally decorated and Miss Spoonamoro proved herself an Ideal hostess The B Y P U had quite an Inter citing meting Sunday evening with a well arranged program The follow IDs peed papers on the subject of tj MlMiKnap West Powell Mr Banuel Ooch Dr J M Acton on Wed Htlayaf trijooaj wltte Mrs J A Koyttoq serving M M w 8d Misses Altor and Norwa Elmore leaders dismissing the theme Qer Its and musicians sol alien ft rural and man t tit LL J SS Decatur bet protracted I J C Robinson one II U iO to oral ear Miss log Nr and were riM pet RtrtttoI Clossi MeM Ion Mary arrived a porch w pica toad mantel reed lad p01Aaee Glob mbar wrote lat aaa Itllwt fl 4f u u Mr had MfC Lonld Lnndrntn sin nicely qilnrtercd In hrlr now hoinu III Richmond Mrs Mllcr will lvo n reception In Mrs LandninH honor to b j followed by a 0 oclock dinner by Julia IIlK lnH Tho ucnlal BO Qualities of thin popular tcr couplo hue already won them many friends In their adopted homo Richmond Joe S Hasotdcn of Lancaster was WM a visitor horn Monday John Parts and R II Batson two of Lancaster wldcawako citizens wore hero Saturday night In consultation some of our representative business men In regard to tho rumor that the trains were to bo taken If the citizens of all towns would rustle like they do Kentucky would soon be In the forefront In every way Rich mond Climax MA11K8I1UJIV Dab Rout sold a good road horso to Dr Elliott for 1160 Tom Chesuutt sold a good pair of work mules to Billy Burton at 1210 Mrs Den King has been suffering from an attack of Append carte Mr T I Herring and son Floyd of Danville visited our town Thursday of last week Mrs Georgia Dunn was at tho bed sldo of her aunt Mrs John Doty at Paint Lick last week John Eager sold to Wm Hcnsloy a bunch of hogs at 31 and 4c Also sold to some hay at 110 per ton Miss Lizilo Simpson went to Lex fasten recently to be with her cousin Mlsa Sara Cook who Is quite 111 In the hospital Mr James Dean who has been tho guest of Miss Doric Dorton has to Louisville where ho Is at tending school Mrs Robert Humphreys and daugh tor Margaret of Danville who have been the guests of Miss Mary Ones null have returned home Misses Florence Smith and Doxlo Dorton to be commended for the splendid work they did for the Home Department last year Mra Ben Hughes and Della Rice Hughes have returned home after spending the week with her scathe Mrs Margaret Sutton The Ladles Working Society will meet next Thursday with Miss Sue Sutton All the members aro Invited bo present as tbero will bo a Rood deal of business to attend to Mr and Mrs Jack Dunn who have been In Louisville for the past 3 weeks are expected homo soon Mr Dunn has been uDder treatment of a pbysl clan there and Is reported much Im proved In health Millard Rogers has moved to the farm of MrTom Khulman Mr Jonah Harsco to his farm recently purchased from the estate of the late Wm ton Mr Jim Speaks to his homo on Lexington pike Tho Ladles Working Society kindly desires to ask tho readers of the Bee ord to for them all discarded pa pers Including old books with binding magazines envelopes lovo tatters If you want to get rid of them wall scrap paper of every description will be thankfully received by tho above mentioned society If conven lent just leave them at Eager Bros Store President Orphans Hundreds of orphans have tl helped by the President of The Indus trial and Orphans Homes at Macon Ga who writes We have used Elec file Btttirs In this Institution for nine years It has proved a most ex cellent medicine for Stomach Liver Kidney troubles We regard It one of tbo best family medicines on earth It Invigorates the vital or sans purifies the blood aids digestion on creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weak children or rundown people It has no equal Best for tamale complaints Only 60c at R HcRoberts lin R 1 L Miss alai Oat Intensely Mr lIenslel returned t to paper HIp hone Mess are Roy cave l nee d r s p u Business hems Call up Lou lliitfiifi for cheap ut Corn for sale Nco J 1 llciiiiiyfl or It II Preston Stone Ky will glvo moro sugar for lit I dollar than any ono In I Leo will ulna tho market prlco for produce Car of Cotton Seed Meal just cd Banks Hudson I Car of Cotton Seed Meal Juit rcc cd Dunks Hudson Call on henry Duncan Rlchnon Avenue for a clean satisfactory Ha 1 flt I I Every thing that Hagan has Is fr line of drummers sample a C D Powells Including ovcrconU slickers otc at cost For Rent I Three and ono half acres of sod la for tobacco J O Hcmphlll For Sate Dells City Feed Cutter very clio Strayed from W T Wests premise a red cow with white spots dehorned Reward for luformatloytf For Rent A splendid residence trod six acre of on Crab Orchard Street nS ply to this ofllcc or to J I Sayl If there Is one forgot I member during Xmas we a tow things left which can buy at jour own price W II Ward For Sale Building I Will sell ono or three facing two streets containing Currey In order to make somechanRO In ita business I will Roll any Hunt In in house at a reduced price Will tnlto produce same as II WardAJt We aro very grateful Indeed to fmr friends for their liberal patronage past year and for a con la Wishing each and sv cry one a happy and prosperous V Year I yours for business l82t W II Ware 20 00 Reward For Information that will lea to recovery of black and tan hound bl ch togs and sides bufftan 4 y sar old very timid Had on collar It name of undersigned when los n Lincoln county last November A uJve reward paid for Inform Ion that will lead to recovery Address C Huff 1841 Hot Springs Ark CARTEKSVILLE Mrs Sheppard is Improving slowly Rev F P Bryant Is very sick at this writing Mrs Paullna Carter Is on the sick list this week Mr Harmon Smith returned home Saturday from Texas The 1 0 0 F Lodge of this place will Institute a grand encampment hero as they have 16 petitions already Uncle John Holland died at tho home of his brother near hero Thurs day and was burled at the Holcomb grave yard Friday Little Carl son of Hugh Conn Is very low as ho had a surgical opera performed It Is very doubtful that the little fellow will recover as he Is so young Dr D B Montgomery started to Louisville to take another course of his studios He will bo greatly missed In his lodge as he Is an active member Dont Get a Divorce A western judge granted a divorce account and bad breath Dr Kings New Lifo Pills would have It Thoy cure Constipation causing bad breath and colds banish 250 at R E McKoberta 1m I 1 want your V It ntlel crier hIgh bterr e d 2t J U or Thea r lIamll u I ou 18 either ij two acres J U or Ti o 2 or same w U l II U fW SI It tfj Ii I If4 In I Ie the I prwUnlr a 2t tt 4 0 e 2t Lots lots III temper dispel THOUGHTS ON BUSINESS WALDO PONDRAY WARREN THE MASTERS EYE THERE U an ancient proverb that the masters eye mars work than both hit hands The modern of matters It a card catalogue system that a record of the work of thousands of omployei of great Industrial Institution In paulng such a card tile tho day I made Inquiry about It and manager laldt li cur sysUm for kaiplng traok of tho mistake made by employee Nearly every mistake we discover In any part of the work la traced baok to the employe who made It and It la recorded hero against name Do you point out each persons mistakes to him at the time Oh yea Especially when they amount to much But Wo dont speak about every mistake That would only the employee and make them fearful and probably lead to making more error What do you find la for most mistakes Carelenne almoit every time Hew don your system affect that Well ho said the mere fact that wo keep such f record lo stimulus to employee td Ire careful Even Jf we never coked up a card It would be worth while keeping the eyetem lust for general Influence It has But wo to It often And we know It works because the percentage ef mIstake to lowered from year to I I I Ithe keeps III Inether the I hi I thou the refer J 1 n mler i i eye This t confuse a ups year tcHdll tilt p I Iels i I L D I PEOPLES Lick I a A W sod I rte tl C Fish Vlte 1re 6 titi Ifempv Cshler 4BANK Paint r 1NCORCORATKO Wo oftor you fair treat wont with ovory accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITA tl6tooooo 900000 Dtiiccrroiifli- Jl COY RL ARNOLD ROaUVN I D WOODS EL WOODS WOF1BII 1 S BURROWS SUn1zU9 Our Customers are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Lawrence THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED Lancaster Ky 50000STOCKTOTAL GUARANTY 00000 Now and Steel Vault SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES We offer expeditious pleasant and safe transaction of business The Farmers Bank jJV 4 i Up to date t a A Family Divided Against Its Self Can Not Stand I It is the same with a town or community If all will pull together we will build and get strong If we fail to w do this we cannot succeed Come and see my stock of Furniture Carpets Rugs Mattresses Oil Cloth Linoleums Mirrors I Combination Book Cases Library Tables I China Closets Library and Hall Lamps Come early and get your choice P J Ci ROBINSON j THE BIG NOISE IN Suits aadiGoatS i Still keeping up They must go to make room for our New Spring Line Our Muslin Underwear and Corset Salo now on i Como early and got first choice i Long Kid Gloves in Blacks and Tans 250 and 300 quality going a 200 during our sales J B WALKER 60 RICHMOND KENTUCKY THE FOX STUDIO Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 oclock Those who come in the fore noon will avoid the afternoon rush Photos finished up in ovory style at reasonable prices heave orders for framing The FOX STUDIO J I rIR r II I I I I I I 1 i I i jc Y f a i 4 r A tea from piece will count FULL A tag from piece wilt count HALF value TOBACCO with valuable tags Save your tags from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST MMtorWMfuitM Safer PrM Him Ivy JT Pick MHMMiy MM Bur TIlffiJK Tar tapM Coupons from MANS PRIDE OWENS SELECT SMOKING PICNIC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL IraN GILT EDGE IrtzN Smoking Ytltow Strips from BUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many atht r useful presents by catalog Gold Caff Buttons 58 Tags Fountain Pen 100 Tag English Steel Raior SO Tap Oeotlemtni Watch 200 T g French Briar Tags Leather Pocketbook 80 Tap Steel Carving Tags Best Steel Sheara 75 Tags Poekelbook Pocket Knife 40 Playing Cards 30 Tate 60yd Fishing Reel 60 Tag 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 MOV f a 4 lit raw W N Tkoya Brleh lit ow Jelly Lest j t I t as shown PIpeSO Lady Tai Tag Set200 I i 7r I 10 tent value I a cent l I sir door Hood C tiM lout IliNerl AND sm king Y 1 t I Farm and Stock I J T Hill sold D P Jones a combln ed mare for 1130 D P Jones sold a 3 year old stallion to Wallet Henry for W B Button sold to B M West a pair of four year old mare mules 16 hands high at 1355 At W 3 Ilensleys salo on Tuesday corn brought 13 In the crib a mulo Drought 1115 cow 3260 and farming implements sold well On Tuesday there were 35000 pounds of tobacco sold on tbe breaks at Lex Ington at prices ranging from 14 to 21 cents Tennessee had a crop of potatoes last year which amounted to 2240000 bushels valued at 1660000 tbe first of December Tho old National Horse Show Asso elation of New York that Just re tired last week had a surplus of two hundred and fifty thousand dollars to dlrlve among tbe stockholders Rogers Cassidy and J Q Qrannls of Flemlngsburg sold to Will S Dudley of Carlisle a pair of fancy coach horses are for a friend of Mr Dudley at Louisville and will be shlp ped about the first of February Warren county has grown to be one of tho most extensive mule markets 1 n Kentucky During December mules to tne value of 1100000 changed hands Last years mules sales aggre gated nearly a million dollars One writer credits the dairy cow with performing three Important functions namely She yields a Income thus marketing the farm produce most economically she produces a valuable offspring and she Improves the quality of the farm There is more clean money In win ter dairying than In summer dairying With asllo to provide succulent teed and cows freshening in the fall and winter the highest returns can be counted on from the herd No files to bother In the winter time W D Burton who has been In the mountains for several days to buy stock bought 27 mules at London and Barbourvllle averaging 150 each lie also bought 27 mules In Cincinnati Yards and shipped them to Wilson Live Stock Co at Wilson N 0 for which ho paid tbe handsome sum of 4600 Stockmen of Southern Kentucky are claiming an advanco In prices for mules and also say that the demand grows stronger as the season opens Many farmers have quite a number of mules on band having refused the prices offered for them Farmers Home Journal A Dutch colony to grow tobacco has been established near Corpus Christi Texai It U believed that section of the State will grow the famous leaf that Is so successfully by the Hollanders Owing to the lung Importatln and heavy Import duties on this foreign grown leaf the colony see big In Its home production Two Baraalna In Farms have on hand two fauna for which possession can be giver At once One of about nil acres and the other 120 acres Located on pike well Improved and tobacco land and tobacco barns on each farm For price particulars apply to Hughes to Swlnebroad It 1s a fact that trees along high ways trees In town and cities and trees Jn groves amid agricultural regions t render the atmosphere purer They toy their fpllage absorb hurtful gases which would otherwise be breathed by Inhabitant p the densely popula MMiagtlMda8geriof epidemics and HlBywijri Improving the healthful i 1200 I I for 11200 I constant Stock Sumatra pro ts i k I I t chlu modifying diseases t I e i r 111 I 7 I r hey I r r TIVI 1 1VJ 11 t I I I N I grown r I 1 t1 f Sitt and 3 the 44I 41y l i t w94T 1 e f ness of communities New York Far merPeacb orchards In good bearing In Colorado are worth 1500 tol3000 and even more per acre The raw land suitable for peach growing an orchard up to tho full bearing ago will vary from to 150 an acre Peach trees begin to bear when three years old and they produce largo crops at the ago of six years For Instance 4 acres of Elberta peaches brought a gross re turn of an acre the third season after planting An average net In como from the orchards of the best troll districts run from to 500 an acre at full bearing age The Tobacco Tidings tenders the excellent advice to Burley growers We say to each grower In the belt grow every pound of good that your land labor and means will admit of growing The average annual crop of Burley tobacco Is 180000000 pounds the 1000 crop should amount to an Increase of per cent or a total of 240000000 pounds theta Is not a scintilla of doubt that every pound of It may be readily marketed at an price of fifteen cents a pound Scrota the 1909 crop of Burley will be ready for the market there wont be enough of Burley on hand to run a large factory one month Burley growers you can not grow too much Burley next year If It bo good Burley It each grower through enthusi asm wrong views or desire for gain attempts to grow morn than he can personally and by help attend to pro perly the general result will be bad very bad Remember that no however energetic he may be can attend to more than five acres of tobacco and that not Qne man In a dozen can do that Four acres would be a big av erase In tho Burley belt Remember that farm labor Is scarce very scarce Remember that figures dont lie and theyll show tbat ton acres of Bur ley that will bring fifteen cents will amount to as much money as twenty acres that will bring but 7icents Apply tbe same common sense to tho growing of a 1009 crop that you used In Joining the B T S in pooling your 1000 and 1907 crops and In cut ting out the 1008 crop and youll not overdo or underdo things In respect to ItWhether you raise an average crop or a bumper crop In 1009 youll not have results entirely satisfactory you pool It Organization pooling and crop reg ulatlon these three and tho last Is by no means least The day will come that without tbe latter tine two for mer will be useless THE SLEEPIN6 SICKNESS WHICH MEANS DEATH now many readers have heard of this terrible It prevails In that faraway country Africa especially the Congo district It U rowed by the bite of the taotso fly When It a person tbe sleeping symptoms begin and finally tbe sufferer until death occurs Contrast this with the peaceful balmy sleep of health Is there say thing more wearing than to lie awake at night tossing about nervous with cold feet hot bead and mercy knows what Short of lotting tbe tsetse fly bite ua we would do almost anything for relief How can we pre vent ItT Mr Oeorto Hayes of Union City To writes I had lost my appetite was all could sot steep nights I had tried every without teller Vlnol was ommended and to my surprise U helped once lave me a splendid appetite and now I sleep soundly What Vlnol did for Mr Mayas It will do for rundown nervous and 0yerworkfd person who cannot sloop McUoterts Drug Stero 1100 1280 1300 Burley tobacco lilt 3313 average man chef rundown rug unless disease bite alas meat every n r W j Loytl I Mrs Marah Raney Is on tho sick list Llttlo Harrison Adams Is still Misses Llda Nclla and 1 va Ray were guests of Miss Vella Vcrncll stay last Friday Misses Marietta and Maggie Ray were the guest of Llda Ray Saturday Mrs Ella Sebaston wife of Mr Par son Sebaston died of consumption Was burled in the Buckeye cemetery Saturday Mr Clay Ray bought of Mr Stove Walker one horse for 110 Miss Llda Ranoy Is spending a few days with her aunt Mrs N S Preston of Stone Mr Lucus Foster and wire spent from Wednesday until Thursday with Mr and Mrs James Foster Sanders and little son Bur nett visited her parents Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray of Buckeye WILL CURE any case KIDNEY or BLADDER DISEASE that is not beyond the reach ofmedicine No medicine can do more B 1204 N Virginia St Bvanivllle lad wrlteit over flva Iran I WAS troubled with kidney and ladder affections which me pain and worry I teat flesh and was all run had abandon work entirely I bad throe o who did me no good and I was practically 0 was recommended gad the first bottle gave roe great retie atlral cured TWO fUK Sto C C J K Stormea I I I Improving Mrs L L KIDNEY CURE of- tr UP TO mue t best Kl land alter M All Nil INS NCIMMENIEI IT u MeIa WAs liVEN DIE a the o taking I r r 111k AII D 3 saetiis eleel k a D ci I Kp cd lietatt tlili heeding li for the ftclil sire iii oloirfurnicf iul crll fr mid li for ti of itw nidi thing on rend AI the Urnicr cannot nitnnl lo kittrr No nolle will b mwplril four HUM Ml l lx oulr III lu Itoin ol III IlkcONii go 1 have four tliurou li bred Jersey COAS for sale one of which will bo fresh In about ten diijs 11 1C Hern dun I have for sale uric grind maro mule ton years oM about 153 liluh- MrnCtirrlc livllmui Brave Fire Laddloi receive severe out tires then use Uucklcns Halve nod forgot them It soon drives out Mrs Joe Ball has been seriously III Miss Myrtle Parson tho last two weeks with relatives In Bourbon county Mr Win Parson of Back Creek and Mr Fado Parks of Prcachcrsvlllo and their faml lies spent Sunday with rcl atlvcs here Mrs I 0 Ross spent tho last two weeks with relatives In Texas and II Ilnols Mr WRiter Ilaiumack who has been a drummer In Texas was with homo folks last week He Is contemplating entering the grocery business here Walker Pointer has moved back trout VVallaccton Fayette Cliaihvcll sold a bunch of Jersey calves at 15 per head Mr Givens Terrell and wife Mr E II Walker aud wire and Mrs Woods Walker and children were all enter tanned Thursday 31st by Mr and Mrs Wado Walker at their beautiful homo near Paint Lick A few of our farmers are burn their tobacco beds From all Indications there will bo a tremendous crop this year at It B Mclloucrts UNION Commissioners Sale or Land I GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT LancasterKyvs j II Potts and others Detts By virtue of a judgment of the Oar card Circuit rendered at Its team 1008 In tho above action I as Master Commissioner will on MONDAY JANUARY 25 1609 iX tho hours of 11 a m ana 2 m Gurard the real said land Is In throe yuces but to all Intents and purpose s one of land The flat tract In Garrard County Ky and Is bounded us follows Beginning at a on top of crossing Island N K 94 chains to a stake thence E 80 chains to a stake thence SC5J W chains to a largo oak tree thence N K W 104 chains to the beginning containing two and acres 2 110 acres This piece of land was No 6 In the division and of tho lands of R A Noel deceased and lies on the waters of Paint Lick Creek The second tract of land lies In Oar and Madison counties on tho of Paint Lick Creek and Is as follows Beginning at a stone on the east of Lick Creek and corner to Blakcman thence S 32 W 0 poles to a point In and near the center of said thence S 00 W 1C poles to a walnut stump corner to nd Noel Wools line N GO E IB pules to a stake formerly a tree In the the mill thence still with Noels of stone fence on cast side of and on the bank of old mill race corner to Blukeman thence with said race N 29 W 80 poles to a small syca more at the of same thence N 21 W 10 poles to u stone in tho same thence 45 W 8 poles to tho begin roods and thirtyone poles 3 A 3 R 31 P The third tract lies In Madison coun ty Kentucky on thn waters of Paint Is bounded as follows Beginning at a stone on tho old line of II Potts at the end of said lot thence a now line and with fence NOW 250 poles to a fence post hence S 18 5 to Potts lo all thirteen and two tenths to a stone corner to same silence S 27 E 137 poles to the begin ning containing ono hun dred of an acre 65100 of an A Sold lands will be sold as a whole and tho solo Is made for the purpose of realizing tIle following sums 1235000 with 0 per cent Interest annum from tho day of July 1000 until subject to the following credits October 1000 and 7060 paid January 2nd 1007 also tho sum of J per cent In January paid subject to a I nfiyiin nn I orv 10th 120 February 1003 and 276 00 paid 1108 Also 150000 per cent Interest per from 1st day of 1005 until and 00 0 cent Interest per annum train July Until Also tho sum 810135 winch Is the approximate of UiU notion TERMS Said sale will bo made on a credit of and 12 months purchaser will bo ro quired to execute with se trt for said putqliase money bearing 0 pur annum from until paid paving the force and cllcct upon which ixecutlun jn y If o at lien will also bo retained upon sold for the payment purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Garrard Circuit Court This January JtU 1009 1 c 0 f d t 7 i r h f1u It to to HooK MHJ e the 11 luln and Oft often Arnica Uurns Wouuds Cute Rnd esrthe healer Quickly cures liklnl Old Ulcere befit file cure riulde lteller Instant lm country preparln- to u November j It County Court betweco tho Court Itou o du In Lancaster Ky sell to eat and the following described pt rty II II S 33 S waters bounded sycamore line S 110 stone In same hence R new line N poles to nlns containing acres r E corner O torcat a to hole tho UrsL day of 10 a ntll Interest to 100 January 1500 tat lUDS Muster lIa10 ot maturl A W Wllllullls pity for FlIT r I III nod hut ul dha pain 1or Bruises Its greats Felons of her being County 03 allotment aid dam 101 tea b013 tend ro sift 1 o 21t wither par wlderel ned a no l 15 ham r e b add z u oft i A FOR TflX ES virtue of stato and tn duo and unpaid by tho following for A Arnolil Darrard Cuuiity Ky will on MONDAY 5V1H01i halos the llritt day of Turin of tho Gariaid court before tho court house door In Lancaster Ky between the hours of 10 oclock a in bidder tho following dJcrlbcdTns so much thereof as well pay Hid Taxed Tile sot opposite each name Includes the taxes penalty Interests cost etc An noon ns taxes ate paid their names will disappear from 0 SherllT Uarrard County Ky- niBTIUOT NO t Lanraiter White Acton Smith Saerei t A U Creech Albert Ji acme Conler n K 1 town lot MM- Doty Ann Mil acret CO Greening 44 DISTRICT NO I Colored Anderion town loLl 1 leniT Ut 1 inderiou Caroline 1 town lot e 20 IUuhm n Harriet 41 acrei T S Burnam L wli 1 town lot Bnrdetl Dill town Herring S 44 Jonei Jim Mown Keriey Fannie I town lot Mayfldd Jerry 1 town lot t no NewlandBaraltonlot I 1 iw- Ujr George 1 town lot i 4 60 Koblnion Hattle 1 ibwn loll 40Warren Jcne 1 I 20 1 IurnamJ ne4 acre Vf 4 t fironton Vra 1 1 I too COllier Geol 476 Crgler nillBextonlUotIUilitovrn j 15 Cochran Mary 1 lot In Dalitowo t M Cocbran 741 Dodd Ann 13 475- DunnBim 1 lot 78 Dunn Vrnl acre S SO DanuComniodor Saeret SCO Dunn lot In DuTlitown SM Embrjr Hturjr Wi S 33- Ulne 0c r crc 6 ss- flalnei CbM and Brother ft S4 acr 7 09- Uavelt Lewti 1 lot Ktadr Mary 1 acre iBbcrlejr Itonrjr 1 lot In Dtrlitown 8 70 Bralth lien 1 lot In t rl town 6 00 Wallace Allen Hoi In Darlitown Wltlieri 0 o 1 acre i 5 W IIUCKEYK DI8THICT Ka8 WHITE Barton JBJ acne 4 Ml Kail A Blmpton a S4 urea 4M FlnnellMriM 40 acrei 8 UC Floyd W A 4S4 acrei M acrei 14 Mobtrljr O J ZX acres 11 K- IottiA JMacret 78 M- Hi MlkeS acrei 6 SS Blmpion Wm 10 j urea UK TottenWml lotlu Uncmter 7 1413 CoLOKKD acrei J3Wcarren Broi7aerei 20 tl PAINT LICK No 4 WHITE Dtrdareeu4acr i Stl Ilroeb CarrM acrei Si- Brocb Monroe 11 acrei i Bryant W M GO aerci Cooler Bailie SO acrei 6 Flih AToddJOOacie Floyd Wm 4 acrei S 00 a bl ard 0 D a S4 acrei I o Scraor 8 acrei KlunardC037aerei a KnucklnWm OO acrei 19 Lee MM M J 8 acrei Long John 34 acrei 4 Miller JTMtcrci t 2 McQaerrr J T si acrei DOC Nav Jamei 700 acrei 9 U 1olnlcrTjrro 0 crci 56 r Joe lOU acrci Kalnon W H 914 acre 9 u Koberli John E 1 lot 7 SJ acrei 403 ilobluioaChai Brio 4M Btewert Arthur 18 acrei 870 Wllburn Jennie It acrei S M YouDgCbaiUacrei A 79 No 4 COIOHEI Addlionllenrj IX acrei 4M Fanlkucr Will 1 acre 6 Be Hunt Jainei 10 acrei BIO Kennedy Marr acret 400 Kennedy EdS acrei Kennedy Bluil ecru Lackey Clel 7 acrei it Lackey Life 1 acre Lackey Mary 1 acre Leavell Thompion Jf aero 4 40 Lytle TomSrl acr 385- Merrltti Henry flelri S agree 880 Newland John 1 acre 475 Ileed Ilnrney acrei 280 lion 1 lot 441 gplluian Gary 1 aero S w 0 A S 0 C Illustrated Newt The man In tho street loaves no one In doubt as to his love tho picture page Even the tow staid reBjioctablo Influential papers that may be thought to regard pictures as Infra dig In tho editorial columns are being convinced that the advertising man knows their value Process Monthly Makes Them Immune R S Darnaby Cllntonvllle Ky says My hose were exposed to chol era after they had been cured with Uourbon HogCholurallehiedy but It did not sliest thorn In any way Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky Always Geminated From the time a boy under a street corner electric light playing with until he la blind anti tooth leu he hoe to account to tome why ho didnt score homo earlier Atchison Globe Itching Skin Diseases Are cured by Zcmo liquid for external use Zcmo gives relief and permanently any form or disease All druggists Write for sample E W Co St Iouis Per gala at MolUujrts pug f n A 1 o o o o oo 74 M CO u n 80 31 40 20 10 w GO go ShoriiPse COltllt doll II t ISr08 I U and I to offer for ulo to the h on real estate or I 0 W Ell T n1i lIc 4 at ADI 5 roe at t ul II URYANT No CO onxt II loll 11 hiD n Funk Icc t II 0o 4 60 No a J 600 II II ro 4 II GOO RoW IlIck Acre a a a II for Engravers woman cures I t I y queue ear Sharp A N ists tai tro Cat acres corn tdwa lot Ellen 1 f 0 tows PILL acre 1 acre Dare l acres Thomas as Andersen Stryb b as tee Oecrt4acre 1 Iloarenalick 1 f old rasblonod do rite toads Insta Star d gar lit PILES j t lwM ae rtlkf frw If S1 slI tI wM id taxi situated In Lowell larrard County Kentucky and bound td an Said laud ileA In Uurrard County KiMitucky In tine vlllugu of slid will first be told and then us a whole and tho bill or bids real the toast money will bo accepted thud lands are bounded as at a point in tbo middle of the road and In the middle of Conintlsslontrfl Halivfir Muiil Mitts llnUloiA dmr o IllTo William II lisWou Ac Doris Ilrlrluoiii the JAr t rvndcird nt IU vunibiir turni In tho above notion MiiHior iiiniuiSHloncr will tm MONDAY JANUAHV z IIKW It being County Court tiny between the n m lord 2 p m at tho dnirt llouso door In middle of said county road to a point 22t feet to a point at end of stone fence thenco fence 1541 feet to a at end of said fence hoe of Sulphur Well North C9I ddo West earner near there lot of said Sulphur Well thence East 140 feet of sold road to the begin rung containing about 13 of an acre 2 tract beginning at a point In mid of corner to the Stono House thence with the middle of said road W 240 to a point In the die of sold road corner to Holtl thence leaving tho road and with Lich Us S 13 E 189 chains to the middle of tile road W St E by production 200 chains to a point In middle or rail road at Intersection of County road corner to Burrows lot thonco leaving road Intersection of county with lino of Raid Burrows and with middle of Raid road N 17i W 170 chains to the beginning containing 45100 of an acre railroad right of 3 tract lying between railroad and creek at a point In tile middle of tho County corner tu Burrows said County Road 17 J E 2 85100 chains to the mid die of Hendersons branch thence down and with the middle of sold Hundersons branch COt E 240100 chains to tile forks of creek 42 E Q 22100 chains to a point In tho middle of said creek or branch thence bay N 37 W 2 05100 chains to tho middle of same S till W 6 03100 to the nine containing 2 14100 acres exclud Ink road of and 2 60100 acres Including rail road right of way Said salo Is made for the purpose ottlcment of the estate T Ralston Said sale will on a creditor 0 and 12 purchaser will be required to execute good Master Commissioner for pur chase money bearing cent Inter est annum from date of sale until also bo retained upon the laud sold for the payment purchase money J M ROTH WELL Master Cotnr Garrard Circuit Court R H Tomllnsoa Ally for Flit This January 0 ItKW CommlKsIoncrft Salo of LandI QARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Jack Denny i Plaintiff vs Ac rard Circuit at ltd NO vember Term In tho cbove action I as Master Commissioner will on MONDAY JANUARY 25 1000 It being county court dar between the m and 2p m at the court house door In Lancaster Ourrard county Kentucky sell to tine highest and bidder tine following described real property Lowell Kentucky and bounded as follows at a stake In Hendersons branch corner to lot of Margaret Den thence leaving the and with line of same CO E 13 210 to a stake or plank fence to said lot and Hawkins Hawkins line N CO E 14 poles to a stoke In said lino a paw corner thence a now lino N 491 W 23 to a stake In HendorHons branch about one polo from tho stone fence on the east of the branch S 28 W 14 28 poles to tho beginning containing U acres and 30 Said lot was convoyed losld Mar Goodloc J II Splllman and wife on the 7th of Jan Id75 by deed recorded In rard County Clerks ofllce book No page 623 Said sale Is made for the purpose or realizing the sum or 17400 10570 approximate cost TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit of six and 12 months and the purchaser will bo required Ui execute able to the Master Commissioner for said puichase mon oy bearing 0 per cent Interest sale until paid paid at maturity the name the effect ofa Judgment A lien will also land money J M ROTHWELL Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court R II Tomllnsun Atty fur Plaintiff This January 0 1000 F P Clay Jr Paris Ky says I have had groat success with Bourbon Poultry Cure On several occasions havo cured chickens that were too sick to walk or stand liP Have lost but ono old chicken this year Sold by J R Rount Co Lancaster Ky On Rul of Luck Whoa a man hat worked desperately for IB hours a day for 15 or 20 years and got a little money ahead It Is amusing to hear his neighbors how lucky ho hat always boon Norfolk Nob News Mineral In South Russia South Hussla hAt among Its valuable coprollteskaolinother purposes manganese and Iron ores the latter being first In lm portooco of phosphorus and with iulpbur I J r till OVIti 1 of tlrcult Nil lUll JIlt- s toll to till h Ilhc4L bidder the 1 lit three torero or which tho county road and corner to rRalston thenco South 143 toot with Ut Ulo middle thereof thonco t to or rand thence 11110 old- s S 70 mid- o 11 rOIl WII InK and with J It Metcalf line ERM b mu to time undersigned 6 old having the torso and effect of a mayolIj Qoodloe Dy virtue or a J smeot or trio Oar Cou rendercd 1 hour tile Oar In deed annum upon which execution may d bo sold for the rment ot Ort SIlOO tell limo o t y itllltAltf t retel Cant Inn raid and bent iota IAIn hit cot cold same ado 17etendauta u r rule rte the purchase b 4 t I I POSTEDTliu undersigned tiorcby gi o wnrn ing to all persons nut tu trc mfia upon our lands for any purpose wliatavor nh wo will till offender to fiillent extent of the law Hunters and PIMierinon especially tako notlde W8 Ferguson Cloy Sutlon Portwood W U Anderson J WBwconry J I Nave H 0 Arnold Dare Dudderar Mrs KRlrtiilcl C H liitllcw David Tompson Mm ID aill W T Worrcl John A Sanders R L Hurton R U llulan W R Cook Hlclmrd llorgornor II L Kollcy t li Anderson KILLTH COUCH AMI THI LUNGS r W J 01111AI110 I d tff j t WITH Dr DiscoI r Prosecute I CURS Kings Now I FO 8f8L PRIC1C I II TrW IsISi ins OR MONEY KBFUNPSP It U McRobcrls Drug Store M K Denny DENTIST Cream Vermifuge UI ALL THAT I Jt i 1 I J romeo LUNG TNeUN- LEOUABANTEEDaATIFAQTOJI laraerawrr t r rFIPED t I THE GUmiTEEO WORM REMEDY t d THE CHILDRENS FAYOIIITE TONIC ct t er IMITATION THE tttllUlhS PKIPAniD OMIV Bollnrd Snov LIniment Co ntiin MO McRoborts Drug Store Sell Your Tobacco At The Danville Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse and get as high prices as any uuctlon market In to world W M Riley Company Danvillo Ky 1025 3m Fruit aod Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn anti Gordon We Imvt no agents Free Catalogue H FHillenmeyer Sons Lexington Kentucky The Truth rEvery in this city who is suf fering from Eczema Dand ruff or any form of skin or scalp case can find relief and be permanent Iy cured by Zemo a clean liquid for external use All durggiits sell Fcr sale at MoHobcrUt Drug Store 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE PATENTS DillON Sckniific AmericaA lllailr l4 wally lr il sir caution or cl Ttrnii IIouMbyall ntwtdMltn Eczema is Curable ZBMO scltntlfle preparation rot tsttrnal ust Stops destroys germs that skin disease Bcsema quickly and U permanently cured by Ibis remarkable Writ for tam pie Med Co St Louis Mo For sale at McRobcrts Drug Store WANTED Partners having good quality of Butter EggsPoultry or Game and wishing the highest city mar ket prices should send name and address to The Miami Valley Order Del 1735 Vine St Cincinnati 0HVIHIn I 1f r 4 J J J 1 t rrEEES r j 4 i rI j f t l c- Anon Mln iIrrtllnn mat our oplnloor IInUnn roballl IIDn- uIIonIO MUOloOI on Inlt an i zrmce 11110 a and IDruUIIII E W i o er r I f 1 y r 1 dig i COvaLHT CNteh and YCrtdll a th ofL n Sr tidal et cun ut- l aluu 1Am torltenot k II hour shares lath e a sari IBnWug rk drt wkltulw cause Boas e I rIoZUKIII1EYC IiIdM Ps4I1diN j