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THE CENTRAL RECORDjiKtiuioift uxTAiimnKD JMMOCHACY AND aoow UOVKKMIIUM ttlNKTKKNTtt VKAIl LAKOASTEK KY ANGAKY 22 1UJlIC i b FlU y IOU lUl4V o IG A hie i 79ri m 5 c s tM f rpu f- E S W e t k I DA fl r l a4K3K 5C Tin Roofing Galvanised Roofing Steel Roofing Rubber rote Roofing Guttering Filter Galvanised Cistern Pump Cast Iron Cistern Tops Force Pumps Etc All kind of fur Repairing on short notice prico on Plumbing Heating and Plumb i ing outfits for country homos 001 BUDS j c3Jtt 1Jtt 3J tOOJttc3Jtt I I I c r t JJtt ttta SJtt P t E 4 t r P k J ij Got our Lk I J s ikzv t Local Items Dont tall to nee Shungop1 Mr IM Frlsblo Is moving Into Ills drug store adjoining Citizens National Hunk and will be ready fur business HmirdH put modern front In tlio store and when ones pause lio Is reminded of fourth avenue Louis vlllo Wonderful The Indian tihungopavl Inn magi clAn of worldwide repututlo i will bo nt Court louse night January 27th Itcscrycd GO cents Btormcs drug store admission 35c Children 25c Assistant Cashier In a recent report of the condition of the Citizens lank and Trust of Mlddlcsboro attribute much of thosnccess of the Institution to tho energies of our friend J Kuckcr formerly of this city who Is nuts assistant cashier Whl Move We note from tho Wayne County Outlook Unit M I and E M Shear or who sold their farm to S D Coch ran have purchased a hardware bus iness In Mdiitlcello While wo wish them much success wo regret to loose them from our county Mrs W P Klnkcad who lived near Lancaster died Sunday afternoon of pneumonia Funeral Monday after noon She was forty live years of age and leaves her husband and seven children to mourn her loss Sho was a most excellent lady A Bargain In Land If sold quick wo can utter a splendid bargain In a 1UO acre farm Well lo cited well Improved well fenced and well watered Two largo tobacco barns stuck barns tenant houses splendid dwelling In line state of cul tivation Price 05 per acre Apply to Hughes iStSwInebroad ThIs placo Is 4 mllerf rom Lancaster Water Mayor Logan says that wo have about ten feet of water In lake seven feet of which Is available Several of tho largest users will bo put under the Meter system which should have been dono long ago Wo suggest that tho largest wasters as well as users be put under same system bellowing that If this had been done we would never have suffered for water There are a few who waste more than they use If they wont stop It cut em out Mr Mayor I Sco the Indian Wednesday nfylTt P 1 l Ito hM I Wed e cats U neyal W a l I Death day Company Is the Man who Needs Must Have and Shall have Good Shoes His work requires him to cover his feet with woll i iniulo comfortable SHOES Ho shall have them because wo got them hero for him Wo cater to tho wants of tho Working Man and have taken great taro in tho select ing and building of his Shoes Wo havoinado his Shoes a study and have linos of shoes mado of good leathers built upon honor Wo buy our Work Shoes from an East orn house tan their own leather and manufacture every pair of shoos they sell No Jobbers Profits direct i from tho factory to us therefore wo can save you 25 per sent on shoos If anything over goes wrong with our shoos wo nro hero to mako tho wrong right Wo your Shoo Trade and if Good Shoes and Low Pricoa have nnythingjto do with it wo are suro to got it H T LOGAN Man I l i i t1fi fJ J I I I L i v f jf to Y rt trJ J 4 I c t your J II n A t The Workingk r v c lint o r t S 1 r e y whos A VS i p i want- 1 f J 4 l TO DELINQUENTS You havo boon wartiod by our prodocossor concerning tho Postal Law by whioh a papor will not be carried through tho mails that is ono yoar in arrears on sub scription Call at office on court day and settle Court house Wednesday nlfKit I Ladles Aid Society meetsSaturday afternoon with Mrs J II Hascldcn and a full meeting Is desired Tho trial of Andy Uroughton and Charles Major charged with killing Mrs Major was continued until next Saturday on an absent witness Attractive Porformanco Tho mysteries attending such an in tertalnment ns that of the glclan always draws a large At Court IIouso January 27th For Training Prof Mack Hughes of Danville shipped from this place today Eleanor 0 for John Mcllobcrts of Danville Montgomery Star for Geo B Rubin son of mill Artist Hoy for John Buster of Uurgln to Win Shrop shire at Winchester who hiss u state wide reputation for handling saddle horses Ho will enter these In tho Klndergordcn class after which they will be turned over to Prof Mack Hughes who will give them tho high cst degree Union Services One of the most effective services over held In Lancaster was the Un ion Communion Service held by the Presbyterian Methodist and Christ Ian church Sunday night After the observance of the Lords Supper a most Impressive sermon on Life was delivered by Rev 0 0 Brown of the Probytcrlan church Last weeks prayer meeting followed by this Commulon Service seems to be tho beginning of an era of Christian love and unity such as Is taught In the Scriptures Let tho good work go Ford Motor Car The enterprising firm of Haselden Brothers who have the Bluegrass agency the well known Ford Motor Cars have received a new one which Is on display In their window The firm Is exceedingly lucky In securing tho services of Mr George B Harris to demonstrate the superiority of this machine If tho many prospective buyers who are In correspondence with this will call at their store and allow Mr Harris to show them the strongest features of this machine the Autos will soon be as numerous In Uarrard county as good wo Sad Death While hunting Monday Volley and Willie sons of Sum Ray on Poor Ridge ran a rabbit Into a log Volley told his brother to put his hat at ono end while he went to tho other end to shoot through at It Either WII lie misunderstood or for some reason ho stooped and looked Into log when his brother tired at rabbit Dr was called and reported that the rlllo ball entered above left eye and lodged In the brain of Willie parallzlng his left side Death followed at ten oclock Monday night Tho burial took placo Tuesday at Buckeye The boys belonged to an excellent family and universal regret prevail through out the community Tho death of Lady Lily Beresford who formerly tho Duchess of Marlborough and the daughter of Commodore Cicero Price a native of Lancaster occurred on January 11th at Brighton a famous South Britain resort where she hud gone seeking res toration to health Lady Bercsford had been on a decline over a year with little or no hope of recovery She leaves a 12 yearold son and was tho widow of Lord Win Bercsford an Kngllsh naval oHlcor Sho was mar rlcd 3 times her first husband being Louis C Hammersley a New York millionaire and her second tho late Oeo Clues Spencer former Duke of Marlborough The remains wore taken to Curragh moro tho Irish seat of the Waterford family to rest bcslffb her last husband Lord Win Bercsford Lady Heresfurd was sisterinlaw of Mrs Geo Cornwallo West formerly Ludy Randolph Churchill and was said to have contracted the marriage be tween Consuelo Vanderbilt and her stepson tho present Duko of Marl borough liar mother was a Miss Warren of Troy N Y and her lath or Commodore Cicero 1rlco tho old est brother of tho lute Dr Jennings Price situ N B Price of this place tho lute Ashburn Price of Lexington and Johnson Price of California Lady Hereford was first cousin of Ashburn Jolmson Kd A S and N Y Grant of city Cicero Price of Clark county W 0 Price of Dan vlUound Mrs B 1 Grant also of Pan vllle and to whom Lady Hereford bore a resemblance Indl Ma cro d Danv llo Un- Ion oU tar looking men Amon Vrlco rlsblo aid J this e account of firm was for Ill MIS M Mis kti Dont forgot Indian show Jah 27th Shungopavl This noted Indian Maglclai with his company of Illuslonlsta whom Is YOIIIIH the Amcrlcai ncsc Juggler will dppcar at the House on 27th day of at eight oclock p m under ausp os of tho I 0 0 F Reserved sea i COc general admission 36 children Excellent Service Mr Richard Bird chief clerk of railway mall service at Cincinnati Ohio met the buslnefs men of Lan caster by appointment on Tuesday 10th After discussing the situation ho agreed to tho following changes In our mall service which Is practically all we ask for All registered and first class malls will leave Lancaster on following schedule and all mall must be In post ofllco thirty minutes before departure of trains At 610 a m dally except Sunday for points North to Clncln natl 1120 a m dally for points North to Cincinnati 1U a m dally except Sunday for points South to Middlesboro 220 p m dally for Stanford and Louisville 835 p m dally except Sunday for Cincinnati Mlddlcsboro Knoxville and Atlanta On Thursday their will be a newspaper pouch service for tho benefit of TIIK HKCOHD to Paint Lick leaving Lancaster at 2 p m on No 70 this will Insure TimE RECOKO sub scribers In north end of county receiv ing their paper on time All trains carry registered mall except trains leaving at 10 a m and 2 p m Post master West assures us that an effort will be made to give the patrons of the ofllco using lock boxes an oppor tunity by which they can secure their mall day or night or during holidays Tins change can be made by the rear ranging of fixtures and we feel that needed Improve ment will be made as our excellent post master always favors anything for the good of the community Lancaster Graded School The second quarterly report shows a total enrolment of 204 Examinations were held January 14 and 16 Those making an average quarterly and examination grade of ninety per cent and over are entitled to be en rolled as honor students Their names are as follows Twelth grade Lucy Doty Shelby Mason Dan Elkin Elev enth grade Gus Dunn Ninth grade Charlie Dunn Eighth grade Mattle Adams Seventh grade Bernie Lear Mary Johnson Elizabeth Collier Klnnalrd EctorLawson Mary Clay Williams Marie Ballard J C Hemp hill Carl Acton Lucian Grant Ethel Lutes Eliza Cox Sixth grade Bes slo Cox George Walker Elizabeth Ford lichen Robinson John Woods Stella Sanders Fifth grade Mary Powell Mamie Stormes Duqn Annie Belle Ballard Allen Johnson Florence Johnson Ora Prayther Palmer Carrie Reid Fourth grade Bert Embry Joe Harris West Bertie Cor der Vernon Thompson La Verne Ne vlus Oakley Hilton Dalton Rich Third grade Charlie Elmore Nellie Cox Salllo Cox Mary Wood Georgia Moss Alice Rlgney Annie Powell Will Rice Amon Second grade Gladys Frlsble Mildred Beazley Mary Leo Lear Christine Sanders Annie Reid Robinson Cooke Val Cooke James Tinder James Slier Florence Acton Hobson Corder Willie Bell West First grade William Klnnalrd Pearl DIckerson Margaret Cooke Christine Saunders George Swine broad Annie Briton Moss Collier Johnson Brown Dickerson Hazel Cork der Carrie Romans Clayton Morrow Bowman Grant ClaudoConn Joe Bat lou Clay Miller Hudson Friable Maud Conn Mary Adams Dean 7inone Primer Stella Henry Mary Brown Minnie Coun Bradford Wil liams Etta Lutes Sue Fishier Respass Kathleen Turner Tbelma Hamilton Neal Elmore Mitchell Tinder Lil lian Eites Special students Mary ElmoreEight now students from other dis tricts enrolled Monday the last half year Very respectfullyD Principal Lancaster Graded School Resolutions of Reipsot At a meeting of Cartersvlllo Lodge no 221 1 0 OF held January 101000 the following resolutions wore unanl mously adopted Whereas it has pleased tht Architect of the Universe to freniov from Brother II Jones and Whereas It Is Just that cognition of his many virtue be therefore Bo It Resolved That lost a faithful member the of Us devoted Christians Life com munlty an honest Revolved That Lodge No 21 extend to family Its profound sympathy In thllr deplora blo loss Resolved That our hall be draped In mourning and that brothers wear the usual for thirty days Resolved That these resolutions be spread on the record o this Lodge a copy thereof bo transmitted to the family and a copy be sent to The Roi cord for publication D M j John Green i 1 0 Smith mon Jail Co rt Janus y 2 c Knoxville etc confident this greatly on for our midst our an ting roo lad W ch cl ne an upright zen Carters I o bereave r mound If patter J ry Patsy Johnson great ha c rr Vulcan Chilled Plows THE Is a success and no experiment It is con Material by competent Machincst is responsible for its strength light draft and steady running To these qualities are duo its very increasing popularity with tho farmer If you need a turning Plow try Ja Vulcan and be convinced Sold by HASELDEN BROS Agents Lancaster Kentucky Big Combination Stile OF EijkClass Stallions and Jacks To Bo Held At Hustonville Ky February 10 11 1909 Write for Entry Blanks Business Horse Sale March 24th and 25th The Hustonville Combination Sale Co Ilustonvllle Kentucky I I I II IJI J 1 V 4 r manufacturedr i- r 1 a l Everybody should I show at Court House January 27th I Make Allowances Helvctlus In order to love man kind we must not expect too much of them To Patrons If you are In arrears for wale used last year you must pay water will be furnished you I Luther Notice The stockholders of The T Warehouse Company are call at the Garrard Bank and Company and receipt for thel Elmore Secty Gullsy Mllsi Mr Jesse Gulley and Miss Helen Miles two very prominent young people from the Buckeye section went to Cincinnati Wednesday and were united in marriage The Record extends congratulations i Two Bargains In Farm We have on hand two farms for sale of which possession can be given at once One of about 175 acres and the other 120 acres Located on pike well Improved and tobacco land and tobacco barns on each farm For price and particulars apply to Hughes Swlnebroad Ferrlll Smith Miss Maggie Smith and John Ferrill both of this city were married Wed nesday evening at the home of the brides father Mr Will Smith Dr E H Pearce olllclatlng Both the bride and groom are Industrious young people and we wish them nosy happy Only Lost On Mrs Cynthia Duncan Georgetown Ky I had occasion to use Dour bon Poultry cure with my turkeys this year and It cured them I only lost one dont think I would have lost It It I had used this medicine sooner Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky I OAUTEU8VILIE Mr Link Lakes was badly shot Thursday but is some bettor at this writingMr and family have moved to White Lick Little Carl Cyan was thought to be some bettorSaturday They have some hopes of the little fellows recovery now Vo are MId to state that Roy F P Brysnt Is able to to out attain after a stuck of Lagrlpp same b ore E Horton Supt bac to to ust tack certificatesJ an Tress years savers I ndian requ says WANTED Poultry and EggS Hens 9 to 9cts Ducks 9cts Turkeys 11 Geese 6 to EGGS Dr B lite Veterinary i Surgeon l Graduate of the Langshire V S College England 1869 Phono No 205 Lancaster Kentucky SEEDS We Ship best quality Field and Garden Seeds direct to farmers at lowest wholesale prices We sell Clovers Grasses Seed Oats Seed Corn Cane Seed Mil let Cow Peas Soja Beans Peanuts Seed Potatoes Cabbage Plants Po tale and Tomato Slips Onion Sets Garden Deans Garden Peas all kinds Garden Wield and Flower Seeds Laud Plaster and FertilN zeta Write us for prices and saw plr3 State what you want NASHVILLE SEED CO 916 Second Ave Nartli NASHYILLS TAN I to 6 H M u 1i m 12y4ote Kcta 7 f B1Nortlicott ii 1 r t d 9 f t i4ltulih r fd JOENTllAL IHUKU WKKKIY YKAK F 8 HUGHES EdrPubf Vel Msmbsr Ky Press Association ilid Eighth District Publishers LSMU Lancaster Ky January 22 1009 Rates For Political Announetmsnts City Oftlccs 1 For Offices 1000 FIr State and District Office 1500 For Calls per lino 10 For Cards per lino 10 For nil publicans In the Interest of Individuals or expression of Individual views per line Obltuarlcaper line 05 0 e It COlt 1100 A StfOlldtIIIu Ndll For ltcln t and County It s 1e- Is rr e rh I tnttredslltefbrtafee is tdeeaner Ydtlt6 x l e Dsmocratlo TIcket For Stato Senator U L Hubble For Representative Y B Burton For Circuit Clerk W B Mason For County Judge A D Ford For Attorney J E Robinson For County Clerk J W Hamilton For Sheriff Geo T Ballard For School Superintendent Mia Jen nie Biggins For Jailer Jack Adams For Assessor W 8 Carrier For Magistrate District No 2 J H Dunn For District No 1 J P Source For Coroner Henry Simpson ANNOUNCEMENTS To the Democratic of the Judicial District candidate for the Democratic nomination Circuit Judge of this district I far a primary election M 0 SAUFUST We are authorized to announce non Chan A lltrdm of as a candidate for renomlnatlon for tbe once of Commonwealth Attorney the 13th Judicial District tbe action of tbe Democratic party We heartily concur with our worthy contemporary the Danville Advocate In Its contention that the large ap propriation made by the Legislature should have been glvcnto the Com mon Schools Instead of Normal Schools and Kentucky State which are already well equipped The maw need to be reached and if the funds allotted to the Common Schools were properly supplemented thebest talent would be employed to teach them It we must teachers let us save part of thq liberal appropriation to pay them It we have no funds to wage pay our commanders it would be folly to educate men at mil Itary schools We advocate better ed ucatlonal faculties but let us bitch the hone before the cart We receive lions which we would like to publish knew the author The must be known A few other rules governing correct journalism should be remembered First try to ascer tamp It the Item reported is true oth erwise Hive It as a Never re port anything purely to create a Sen If you doubt the truth of It inform yourself Deal with matters general and of public Interest Never Into private and individual affairs demands it Be of a request to something against Individual for nine times in ten envy on personal dislike Is be hind the request Oppose everything that Is against tbe general welfare and advocate everything that Is for the public good AiuccAuful campaign is on to locate the Industrial School branch of Berea College In Louisville Large success Is attending colored workers in their canvass of tbe city to raise remain der of 125000 pledged by the colored people of the State Other large con trlbutlous are pledged Every citizen who has the good of tbe State In view and reason la not clouded by prejudice favor this enterprise Ai a rule Illiterate are the crim and It behooves to favor tbe of all the people This will not bring about social equality for nature and not legislation will rcgu late that The Presidents last attempt to ere ate a was tbe puerile feat ot riding 08 miles In seventeen hours in crder to prove that his array riding order was correct It he undertakes to prove that half be has said and done Is corroct he has a job for lire and at death It will not be completed We have boys here who can ride or drive some ofour roadsters further than that la seventeen hours He was very popular until he tried to make It appear Congress Wilt wade up of criminals and caused many of his own party to oppose hla Uetlea Right scored another run when both houM of the Legislature Iq Ten MM pawed a Statewide bill to pro hlMt the liquors In that State Although the Prohl Mtloa 990910 bad a bard tight tie 1 b a County University J Jf we name ware reports an whore will us I ot lawalNtlnJ t f c Magistrate z 13 ama t Pr Jul IN the r At educ Stat war sad t anonymous communz rumor unless 11 the the education 1 lit 1 ore Ito ate e n b rho conventions df rue two great political favoring a national observance of the hundredth anniversary of the birth Abraham Lincoln believed that Congress will make February twelfth his birthday an annual National hul Iday which should ba dune and all the schools should especially be re to observe It A headon collision between two trains In Colorado resulted In the death of thirty people and about fifty being Injured because a man tailed obey orders An Inventor In attempt Ing to patent a machine that will be so adjusted as to give an alarm on ap proaching the station where the trains to meet and not rely on the of engineers Sixty five lives were lost In an In a model mine In West Vir ginia Science can certainly devise some means to prevent such horrible disasters JJHVANT8VILLE Harvey Patton Is spending the win ter la Texas Mrs J M Bryant entertained a few friends at dinner Sunday Mrs Kittle King of Burgln Is with her daughter Mrs J 0 Williams Dr B U Rose will return this week from Winchester where bo has been for several days Prof H K Taylor of Kentucky Wes lyan College will make an address on education at the Bryantsvllle odist church next Sunday afternoon Jan 24th at 3 p m to be hoped that a large crowd will hear Proto Tay lor as ho Is a speaker of much ability The sad news of the accident and death of Mr Alfred Boner of Camp Nelson has filled the community with sorrow and much sympathy is extend ed to tbe bereaved wife and little chll dren also the relatives at this place Mr Boner being a son of Mrs Josephine Boner loyd live the CUIIRO Htlon of knowlnu they will out hd wtilrlcd longer will Kicnl evil Iliiii July uf this ycur Now If limy Mil prohibiting the shipping of It Into their state they will scorn another one May Kentucky ho lien next In line A big delegation ot Kentuckians will go by special train to the maul uration wearing Bradley hats and Sit Steady badges containing a ure of the Senator They are at the bat now and let them have a royal time Mrs Ambros Calico is on the sick list Mrs Myle Beazley is reported very sick at this writing Mr William Whittaker bought of Mr Len Cobb a farm Mr and Mrs Earl Grow spent sever al days with relatives In Boyle Mr anti Mrs William Whittaker and family are with relatives in Madison Sunday Mr Jesse Simpson bought of Mr Bob Long a farm of 34 acres for 813 per acre Mrs Kirby Teater has home after a few days visit to her mother Mrs Walker Miss Avis Metcalf has returned home after several weeks visit with her cousin Duels of Paint Lick Mr and Mrs L L Sanders and little son Burnett Etta B Ross took dinner with Mt and Mrs Hiram Ray last Sunday STONE Mrs Frank Folger remains very 111 at this writing Mrs Jpuell Montgomery of Bourne fpent Sunday with Miss Llnnle Pres ton Miss Lyda Baney of Loyd visited her aunt Mrs Irene Preston at Stone last week Mr B H Preston delivered bis hemp seed to parties at per Mlle Mary Osbourne Is the guest of her aunt Mrs John Osbourne of Mc Cream this week Mr L L Sanders and amlly 8 Sanders and family visited Mr and Mrs John lUcks Sunday Mr Will was the guest of his brother Mr 0 M Moberley of this place several days Mr John Prowltt and family visited thou daughter Mrs George McQueary of Madison Co last Saturday and Sunday Mlle Lillian Mitchell returned to her home at Njcholosvllle last Sunday ter spending several weeks with her star Mrs Blanche Grow Sanders and hicks have purchased Sanders bf Loyd Ky Mr Sanders will to Crab Orchard and go Into In a few weeks Dont alt Divorce A western Judo granted a divorce on account of III temper and bad breath Dr Kjrtgs New Life Pills would have prevented It They cure Constipation breath and Liver Trouble the IIMemper dispel cold banish headachesconjuer chills 25o at R E Mettoborts lin When Florida Lads TaelMtt lead cedar t 131 ed a II this lilt parII ell just rellolllllllru His qui red too ire memory explosion His theIr Metcalf 75 and- O Moberley at Tenn ago stock belonging to G L rtt can gctu plc Met return also Miss t4 bushels the of goods a causln but Is peed wee ie t N A TflUE ISTEHE8TINQ AND THnlLLINQ LETTER Full of Adventure and Mora Enter talnlno Than Fiction Prom One of Our Youno Men Waller O Hudson Son of B F Hudson Sao Diego CM Jan 6 1100- uf Dear Mother anti Father In view of tlio fact that my Christmas hulldars were passed In an utiutual manner 1 AtOp m Sunday Dec 20th 1 left Sin Diego award the steamer Dennis en route for Ko enad Cullfurnla to hunt mountnln and deer That evening on the was very pleasant as 1 spent the time In conversation with some mining men who had formerly been In Montana and also availed myself of the first op portunlty of talking with Mexicans In their native tongue My proparatltjp under the Mexican professor hero In the city I found had been ot much benefit Although Icould not con verse readily had built a foundation upon which It was easy to progress without any serious halts I met a man named Barker who liT cd In Ensenada and who was a dos ness partner of a young fellow In my class lie proved to be very kind and helpful to me In gulag m aliccllons us to hunting and lending his blankets shotgun etc I took only my rifle and 100 shells as this Is all the law permitted I had been unable to secure so that nielli 1 slept on a In thodlnlng room ot the steamer At daybreak we anchored off the quaint Mexican town of Ensenada At ter having our baggage Inspected we were taken a shore In the row boat manned by glib tongued Mexicans From Ensenada I Intended to go to Alamo a gold camp 75 miles back In the mountains and then 35 miles tar ther to Campbells ranch from which place I was going to hunt sheep Mr W G Morse son of the Inventor of the telegraph to whom I had a of Introduction Mr Morse Is a widower fifty six years old and has done a good deal of hunting In dlffer ent parts of the world Two and 1 engaged a team and a Mexican driver to go to Alamo I sat on the front seat with the driver and forthwith began asking questions In Mexican He was talkative and I picked up quite a number of expres alone By night we reached a place called Las Cruces Here there was ore bed In which I might have slept but being Informed as to the various and sundry Insects I should probably have as bed fellows I took my and slept In the stable where there was likely to be nothing worse than fleas I fell asleep to the soothing sound of two horses chewing hay about four feet over my head During the night 1 was awakened by a horse chewing my blankets and he evidently thought I was affected with corns as ho had my right toot In his mouth when The next day my eyes were with such a sight as I never saw be fore Quail on tbo road sldo were as thick as blackbirds at home Passing some small lakes we saw all sorts ducks which were sufficiently tame to permit me to get several pictures them Jack rabbits simply Infested the country Toward noon we came to Babcocks ranch which contains 1500000 acres I reduced this to square miles In order to compare Its size to that of Rhode Island which i happened to know The ranch was a little more than twlco as large as the state of Rhode Island Panther on In the mountains suc ceeded In getting some pictures of a drove of wild burros and one drove of wild horses The country here was wild In the extreme There was a very peculiar species of cactus of which I shall send you a picture The Mexicans call It It looks like tho trunk of a tree that has been sawn off six or eight feet from tbo ground and has a mathematically per tact net work of millions of them to one plant Thursday at 5 p m we came to AI amo I at once went to see Pat Glen num an Irishman who kept a saloon there I shall never forgot the sceno In that saloon It was tilled with drunken Indian squaws and halt breeds Upon sight of tbe drunken wretches began to display their knowledge of English which was a tow words taken from the cess pool of our language Such a degraded scene I hope never to see again From Glennum I received In formation of a tact that put an end to my hunting trip Mr Morse had arrived In Alamo about ten minutes before I reached there Ho had come In to give him self up for having slain a drunken to save Ills own life It this manner Mr Morse to begin with Is a gentle man of means belonging to tho best society and clubs In New York Cliy His wlfo Is dead cued bo spends a good deal of his time traveling He Is fond cf out door life and Is a physically powerful man holding many records In the New York athletic Ho re minds mo of Louis Qlll In that ho ls so jovial and generous He was staying out at Campbells ranch 33 miles from Alamo To this ranch I Intended to go to hunt with him for the big horns Mr Campbell was away and Morse was cooking An Amador by namorwho worked on the ranch refused to in some wood for which disobedience Mr Norse scolded him The Indian being drunk a little later broke Into the room which Morse was occupying and attacked him with knife Morse backed across the room warding otT the blows with hla arm and secured a revolver which was concealed la the bed Without tak P of 1101 lilt to write concerning them birth seat letter prospectors blankets Iawoke Via Nairas needlesmillions and mean Amer- Ican Indian happened In plod IndianJuan nm S tl lust slice ban I tae wi feat 9- n rl tie fed ing aliit ho Lieu liiillan Idetid Ho come lo Alnmo to stirrcn dor Hero hoy him In the cimrlil Jill Tlu etiitftol at Alamo s an Hduho building about ton feet square with two windows of Iron box nod n round hula In the thick wooden door tt bus no H or tin ground Alamo I 4000 or 6000 feet nlovo llio MM hail A Hvnier li pticud In cuitrtcl niul boa to slur there In till ono rrtoin Tho Koveriimont allows him 25 cents Mcx 12 vents In our money per day board the pelt oner Is allowed to lot out fur nothing has no friends he lives on cent a day has no manna uf bathing no bedding Thu cild ground to and Is allowed to get out for noth Ing You can Imagine the filth of such a place Such was MrMorsescondltlon when I met him shaking hands with him thro tho round hole of the door of tho cuarlol Ho was to remain there Hill the comandauto an odlcer correspon ding In some respects to our sheriff or chief at police should return from the ranch utter examining lice corpse of the Indian Thou ho was to be taken to Ensenada the capital altho be cv peeled to be relieved but as you see ho was nut familiar with the Mel lean laws I Intended to wait and return to En senada wIth him Tine two and I stayed In a vacant house owned by a Chinaman During tlio day I hunted In the mountains Alamo going alone couldnt secure a guide there I did It contrary to the advlco of PatGlcnnum who told mo that a Mexican or an Indian there had not the least compunction of shooting a man and throwing him Into a it they thought they could there by gain a few morning I saw an awful sight an old Indian who had been burned to death while sleeping by his camp fire Ho had been drunk for two months on meschal and was unaolo to save self As to Mr Morse his breeding and manners bad their effect on the Mcx leans and they showed him every courtesy the law allowed They oven permitted him to go to Christmas din oar with me to the only restaurant In Alamo Christmas night I felt sorry for him There he was In that cold black offensive cuartel alone He high strung sensitive musical and loves company Imagine for Instance a person like Louis GUI In such a place How do you think ho must have felt He had no bedding except a tarpaulin and one small blanket It was cold up In those mountains I had an atundance of blankets and comforts I decided I could not rest well that Christmas night in my warm blank eta and think of this man chilled and shivering alone In such a place all bo cause he bad been forced to kill an Indian In self defense So upon re quest the comandanto permitted mo to tako my blankets and to bo locked up in tho cuartel for the night with Mr Morse That Christmas night I shall never forget We spread out the blankets and pulled them over us to keep warm With lighted candles we could sea our surroundings fourodobe walls Ing and the ground all cold and for bidding nothing more Resting our heads on our elbows wo talked far the night while the candle In the corner burned low lie told me of his life Ho had been happily married living In New York When ho mar tied ho resigned from all his clubs to be with his wife After live years of this happiness had passed his wlfo died leaving him with a broken heart which over slnco ho has tried In vain tu cure by traveling roughing It and hunting All ho has left Is a daugb ter who lives with his brother In Stockbridge Mass That his daugh ter would have to know that her er had taken a mans life was the one thing that made him suffer As ho told mo of It his faco showed his In toned agony I did my best to turn the trend of the conversation in direction Ho Is an Intensely interesting narrator but his mine would fly back to his daughter and o her ho would talk At last we tell asleep my last thoughts being at homo and the loved ones there Mv heart ached for this man who seemed to suf for not at all on account of himself but only for his daughters sake The next morning tbe commandante came early sod let both of us out for a hot breakfast Then the tour oi us Mr Morse the comandanto a and mysulf started In a wagon to En sonada 75 miles distant The sunshine brought renewed spirits to Mr Morse and all tho way be entertained us with jokes and stories and poems which ho recited as well as any Impersonator aver listened to To show his gene oslty Driving along in the evening It was very cool and chilly The coma danto had a cold Morse took off his coat and by main force compelled the comandante to put It around his chest while ho himself sat shivering That nisht we spent the night with an American old man with a wooden leg living alono out In the mountains In a dismantled adobo building After supper we built a big fire of logs In the open lire place and told stories for several hours All of ui except the comandante slept In our blankets on the ground floor Them cal had little covering and Morse who had no snore compelled him to take one of his blankets and u a result ho Morse was cold too whole night At noon next day we stopped at a ranch house where lived a Mexican woman and three daughters nero Morse took from the wagon his canvas bag and emptied IU contents on the ground He gave the woman needles thread and other trinkets with which she seemed much delighted About our hours after dark we ar 1 t e e I P i Is I 1 J Culll fur Litho l tOil prospectors around canyon pesosdollars Christmas the Into another toga rural prospectoran x ii rod and tai placed rxcna lieu ttlgldA nt vary lie xh ash Lila tat all 1i rltrd In Knsoniula whore wo mot by Hume prominent men uf New York who huil cuino In nutonuibllv tutu mountains Diego to assist Morse but Is llttlo that they could do because the Mexican laws are kluw and much red tape has to bo un tied Their lid direct rorerto of H In U 8 the I fur any crltiio prc ui H o H mini Innocent until the cuurt can provo him guilty whereas In Mexico no matter what tho crime the lane presuppose the man guilty until ho CUll prove lieu self Innocent The process ut proving one self Innucenl Is slow and tedious Fur Instance Mr Mono has lo go back tu Hit ranch with Ibo Mexican otllclalft have tho corpse of the stain Indian exhumed and hold a post mortem examination The transportation ot the entire outfit Is at the expense of Morse Ho was charged 10500 Mcx lean fur having himself brought from Alamo to Ensenada At Ensenada ho was not placid In the cuartel as Is customary but was given a room ut an officer and Is being shown every courtesy possible It will cost him a lot ot money and no tolling how long It will be till bo Is tree Ho Is now In the same prison In which Walker tho embezzler of book funds was held but Walker was kept In the cuartel and was shown none ut tbo curtcsles bestowed upon Mr Morse When I arrived al Ensenada 1 went out 25 miles to a ranch and hunted quail ducks rabbits and coyotes Quails moro In coveys moro than 200 each The abundance of them wets bewildering Iii short 1 killed all the quail and ducks I could handle and shot ono coyote It was great apart and I enjoyed It Immensely I wished for Fred and Marshall You could walk Into a covey of quail and when they would Imp up It seemed as It there were thousands of them This covey wouldent be halt scattered uu ill pun would flush another apparently larger than the proceeding one I never saw nor heard the like of It be tore The ranch I staid was a Mexicans and I had more sport talk lug his language When I returns to Eosenada I had two days to walt for my boat I mot some English pee plo there with whom I played tonal and tile night before I loft I went to a dance The Mexican muslo Is strange beautiful 1 left Ensenada Sunday night and arrived In UanDlegoMonday morning at the High School just minutes ahead of lime a pretty close connection The enclosed article camo out In the papers yesterday evening and this morning Today I have been kept busy answering questions as lo how I spent my Christmas night As soon as I get the pictures devcl oped I shall send them lo you Father as soon as you and Mother have read this I wish you would over to Alice Llzzlo and Sborley and let them read It I am sorry I did not get a big horn sheep but I had a pretty Interesting substitute for that part of the trip Accept my love and write soon With Love WALLEII President HIps Orphans Hundreds of orphans lava helped by the President of Tho Indus trial and Orphans Home at Macon Ga who writes We tram used Elcc tile Biturs In tale Institution for nine years It has proved a most ex cellent medicine for Stomach Liver and Kidney troubles Wo regard II as one of tine best family medicines on earth It Invigorates the vital or gage purifies the blood aids digestion creates appetite To strengthen and build up thin pale weak children or rundown people It has no equal Best for female complaints Only GOo at R 1m MT1IKIWON Mrs II R Montgomery spent Sun day with Mrs M R Preston at Stone Kentucky River Is on a boom and the raft men are taking ad vantage of Mr Jno Eason sold his farm of 140 acres to Mr Robert Barker for W70 Mr Harrison Dean spent the lat ter part of last week with relatives In Jessamine The eight months old child of Mr and Mrs Mlllard Rogers was burled at this place Thursday Mr B Duncan son Irvin nod daughter Mlsu Hatlle loft last Thurs day for a visit to Indianapolis Mr W S Bowling tho Bourne merchant surprised his friends lost week by going to Livingston and gelling married Mrs Bowling la i from Jackson County Wo extend congratulatlors FLATWOOI Mrs Geo Miller who has been ex trcmely sick Is much bettor Eb Scott and family have moved to Western Texas to make the Lone Star Stato their future home Mrs Geo Elena has gone to Bailies Switch to see her mother Mrs J D Ward who la very sick Several now cases of smallpox arc re ported at John R Paynes William Miller son of Joe Miller who hall been In llarboursvllle fur several months has returned home Roy Joseph Payne who has been suffering from llrlghta disease Is re ported some better Jas Parsons has moved to the Clause farm for the year Jim Is a hustling young man and here Is wishing good luck Qittlng Down In the Earth A Me has been pored U Slfcala of hum Sail 11 Sheri w ere I band- It E the tide n reported t2 lClOO a moro leo hate lava aro I tlrrlaws lit lee ii tic T fly acea Alas depth t teal i fn- eY a Begin now to Feed STOCK FOOD Wo keep it in nil sixes from 25c packages lo pound buckets vt5 McRobertsDrugStore M1T b o t r lAL VV j I joo INTERNATIONAL 1 1 2 I p G l N THE National Bank Of Lancaster 50000 Surplus 10000 A R DENNY Priildist j I Vice Pint 3 C DENNY Casper J F Robinson Asat Cashr R T Embry Bookkeeper DUtKcrona Saml D Cochran Alex R Denny A 0 Robinson John E Stormed 8 0 Donny J L GUI W I Williams STORM C its SafetyDepilBoifisforRenl Solicit Your IWe Busioeas Start the Now Year right by Settling Your Account Wo must sottlo up our 1003 business and bo ready for 1009 so please call and settle at once I thank you for past favors nail wish you a prosperous New Year R S BROWN Lancaster Kentucky Behind a Good Team jl 1 S S r iWilt 4 NN N NNN N NN NNNN i h I should be hitched a good CARRIAGEYou want one so rfliable 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 are 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 evety thtng clean and cheerful It is difficult however to always keep a house looking spick and span You can help by burning nothing but Campbell Red Star for cooking and heating It is the cleanest of luelu it not smoke and makes no dust or soot There ate no ashes to sift when this ideal fuel Is used it is all consumed alt turned int heaU Red Star users have bright homes Campbells Red Star This is furnished in all of the standard hard coql sizes may Uc used in cook tove range furnace and ordinal y heater Lancaster Lumber Mfg Co Phone 74 and 104 Lancaster Ky I I J I T J 4 1 Ji 4- elfl does t r r t n af r fi- a p mi we need our money to pay for same mg Your account is due come j In and help us out b- m g Dont forgot wo soil tho OLIVER PLOW I and m 1 STUDEBAKER WAGON The lost Plow and Wagon made 1 Vulcan Plows 850 a AND RUPAIRS We are selling Graniteware at J Eu Mount Co I tI i t J f I I Costm I 01 f t A T rrrWrY wLrllriIaviu Property Ltl fE Li Flu I UNDERTAKER Arterial ElUballllafaid Cagily Oflj on Dtirlll street FULL LINE OP CASKETS AMI IICUIAl ROBES ALWAYS IN STOCK WW A AMY A Little GOOD Goal4 makes a big hot fire when a lot of pour coal sends out no heat at all It Is economical to buy our because it is clean goes farthest makes most heat leaves very little ash and costs no more per Lou than poorer grades We deliver it to any put of the city lull weight always Telephone your order to us Farmers wagons loadad Field Seed and Feed BANKS HUDSON coal v rar wY n MTWV w J J WALKBU President j1 J S JOHNSON Vice Prcat i ORGANIZED I88j The NATIONAL BANK Of LANCASTMt KY CAPITAL SIMM 9DHPLOS JS D P HUDSON Cashier W O RIONBV Asst Cashr 0 D WALKKU Ilookkccpor Business Solicited Prompt and Careful Attention DIRECTORS J S Johnson I F Hudson J J Walker Alex Glbta Lowly L Walker ITIZEN 7 I T M Arnold O A Arnold I i i tllliil CURSI Even ourGrandfoDhens1 SNOW LINIMENT will do A CONVINCING PROOF of tho worth of R modlolno Is tho euros It can offoor Every llallarda Snow Liniment j knew what used o 1 o u e h KIIGUMATISM CUTS SPRAINS JOIISTTS UURNS CONTRACTED MUSCLUS AND ALL PAINS USED SNOW LINIMENT 10 YEARS V L Bottlo JUohmowl Ala wrlloai This la to that I hnvo tmoil your Huow Llnlinont for ton for lams nU In ovory OASO it has rouUorod iujnioai to rollot Avid till SubstltutM Three Sizes 25c 50a 100 BALLARD SNOW LINIMENT CO 900802 North Second Street ST LOUIS MO Sold and Recommended by R E MOROBERTS onra 1 1 4h uto anti e Gossip About People v v A flint Mnllon of the nj Konator GT Farris was at homo SundayJ Harrln of Stanford was hero Monday Judiro u A IlurnMdo was with family Sunday E W Morrow Is In Cincinnati till week on business Mr Jcssld Walter of Stanford was hero on business Tuesday Mrs J E Iloblnson Is With an attack of La hippo Ilcinplilll of Louisville spout Sunday with his fatuity Ur E H Pearce has been conflnci to Ids room with a severe cold Miss Virginia Downer IB with sister Mrs W Kf Warner of titan ford Agnes Herring of Stanford visited friends lId relatives hero this weekMrs George Hallow of Is tho Rucst of her mother Mrs vFrancisMr McRobcrta of Indiana has been with his sister Mrs hello Henderson Mrs Wallace Walter and Httlo son of Lincoln aro on a visit to Lancas friendsMiss Hauler of Nichol asvlllc Is visiting Misses Annlo Clara Miller Wm GfCKOry of Hraddock North Da was with his sister Mrs W A last week Mr and Mrs W II Whcrrltb Monday for New Orleans where will spend several weeks Mrs Qcoruo M Iuttnrsonfl friends aro ilIad to note she Is able to bo after a two weeks Illness Mrs Win H Marrs of Knoxvllle Tenn Is the her parents Mr and Mrs John Anderson Ireland Johnson tho llttlo son o Mr and Mrs Win Is very III of tonsllltls- Mr and Mrs It II HaUonand llttli laughter Cecil are In LoUisville with his sun H W Uutfion and his wife Mt T J Robinson and Mrs Alice Lusk of Huslonvlllo hero this week to see his brother Mr J C Mrs Cleveland Rose nee Miss An nie Perkins Is at homo after a visit to Mr and Mrs J 0 Eubanks ol StanfordW Wherrltt of JJow Orleans was here visit to his parents Mr and Mrs W II Wherrltt the first of time week Misses Alice and Mary Rankin ore at home again after a pleasant visit to Misses Fannie and Ella Thompson of IrcachcrsvlHo Mr W gave n 0 oclock dinner In honor of several fox hunter friends Time dinner was served In courses and was quite a success In appointment Elder J W Graham connected with tho Christian Church Orphans Homo of Louisville wash visitor her Saturday and Sunday Misses Jnno and Mary Doty tho Embroidery Club Saturday afternoon This was the tlrst meeting held for soveral weeks Attorney W I Williams went to Hrcathltt county on business Dont you know ho didnt sleep any while there and hud his doors barred at night Mrs AS Price leas received Infor mation of tho death of tier niece Miss Mary Crady of Texas Mrs Prices daughter Miss Birdie McCluro Is suf fering from rheumatism i Joseph Francis Hallow was married In Richmond last week to Miss Ma mute Hales of that vicinity Tho groom is a fine young man and a grandson of Mrs Edna Francis of this city Her many Lancaster friends will re grot to hear that Miss Alllo Arnold Is 111 of dlptherla since ncr return to In dianapolis Ind where sho has been teaching In the State D and D In stitute of that city Mrs Win A Price was called to Ft Fla Friday by tho extreme Illness of her daughter MISS Ethel Dunn Miss Dunn has a lucrative po shun as teacher at that place and It Is hoped her recovery may bo rapid Win Elklhof Atlanta Qa Is hero on a visit tp his faintly jCapt Is President of the National Association of Retail Druggists and Is an routeto Chicago where tbd Association meets this week Rev and Mrs J II McDqwoll huvo recently marcd from Ulluxlo to PUBS Christian Miss vvhoro Rev McDow oil has boon called to Illl u pastorate will tuifif to Lancasturlans us Mrs MpDowell was formerly Miss Juno Lusk1 of this county Tho follpwlngls taken troll The Times Kl Dorudo Ark of Jan 7tlu Mr Allen I who hind held A position in tluVOItlzGiis Hank of this Place alnuo August leaves In tow days to accept a position In a bank at Ala Allan has made frlonds hero who regret to have hlinleavpYiK who ycats was a to J Tr r t IP t Ooln tY We Ate In his wrestling Judge J O her Mrs Edna and Arnold left they out guest ot O Johnson ona A Arnold fathers A Elkln Air I In that city This Interest a f1 zit Thou Interested Richmond reported verb Robinson ovary entertained lance T iklu pany tot rcslilnil of UicitgftrV recently moved In Wincl Mr and HluigaiN and Itll In nun rutieht visitors herd nnd pleawintly rcincin bored Ho lots bought nit Interest In n largo drug slum Ilierrt and Ills c ipublllllcs wo are sure of hid MICCCSH Mr Hiitnucl Hill who tiled list week at his homo In Hdnllng Green was a resident of Lancaster for many years Mr 11111 watt a near relative of T 8 Anderson Miss Amanda Anderson and Mrs Dolllo Drown Tho deceased de mise to excessive grief at re receiving Information of tho death of his sun In Mexico Cub W 1 Hurton of Lancaster was a recent visitor In Richmond Ho Is one of tho best known horsemen In Central Kentucky and handles many good ones Mr Hutton Is tho Demo cratic nominee for Representative of Garrard county and his general pop ularity and Illness for tho place make him a sure winner Hon It 11 Tomllnson of Lancaster was hero Sunday CD route to Frankfort Mr Tomllnson who Is a leading lawyer In this section Is also prominent in pol itical circles being one of the most faithful workers In tho Democratic party Ho was elector In this district In tin recent presidential election Mr R M West of Lancaster was business Saturday Mr West Is one of tho best known grain and hemp buyers In this section and han dles great quantities of both Rev and Mrs O P Hush of Lancaster were visitors In this city Thursday Richmond Climax A Jackson and Leo Memorial service was held at tho home of Mrs F P Friable on Tuesday afternoon by tho Mary Walker Price Chapter of the U and a very Interesting program was rendered The Invocation and benediction were offered by Rev O P Tho President Mottle P Frlsblo lead the service In n delightful and Imposing manner and read a selected poem entitled The Little Hronzs Cross Miss Katie Lee Denny rendered a well choicn solo The Vacant Chair Mrs E C Galncs gave a fine rendition of Fath er Ryans Inimitable poem The Sword of U E Leo Rev 0 C Brown made eulogistic allusion to his beloved Southland In his Introduction of Dr E II Pearce Dr Pearce the orator of tho occasion paid tender tribute to the Confederate heroes both Leo and Jackson alluding to the latter ns a school mate of his father Mrs F P Frlsblo closed the exercises by a selected poem on Edgar Allen Poe very appropriately appended In observance of the fact that the 19th of January was also the natal anniversary and centennary of this gifted but un fortunate poet We regret that copy of above was received after forms were full and wo have given only a brief mention of tho enjoyable and Instructive program MAIlKSliUltr Ed Perkins sold a mule for Hob Rout attended court In Dan Illo Monday Mr lIensley has moycd to his farm upper Garrard Mrs George Kelly has been quite for several days Mrs Hello Perkins recently 25 sheep at 17 per head Mrs lien King who had a severe of apendlcltls Is Improving Master Willie Joins who has been ill of pneumonia is much Improved- Mr Noah Marceo of Lancaster was guest Sunday of Mr Jonah MarceoMiss Clark of Lancaster the hone of Mr Clark and Sunday Misses Roggers of Moreland Station attended tho funeral of their nelce malluo Roggers Mr and Mrs John Eager were of Mr and Mrs Ledford at Paint Saturday and Sunday The parties owning tho farm known is tho Herring farm sold It to I I elfroI Jl F I Mfr IrA nth was duo D U Bush Mrs 200 M r In sick purchased attack time Lick T I 1 I ISMS with hereon ritual visited Robert Saturday visitors M r Ninth Murcto for 5n PIT nor r 41 IM VlrKitJiiUkliitsuHii nuking n Mivcrul dii ft May with her patents Mr unit Mm William Clark of Jew mine county Mr Slums did nut hU appoint went witH the Mount Snlum chuich Saturday and Sunday on account of Illness of his wife RovShouso will fill appointment at tho church Sunday Taking for his subject Phllanthrophy text Thou Hlialt do no murder these sermons on tho commandments nro very Interest ing and especially tho members should not miss them Emallno RoRgcra daughter of Mr And Mrs Millard Roggcrs ago nine months died of pneumonia January 12th after an Illness of about three weeks She was burled beside her lit tie sister whom sho survived onlv four weeks Ih Mt Hebron cemetery Time hearts of tho parents aro truly bowed In sorrow under tho heavy hand of af fection and they have tile sympathy of tho community t For Bluing Steel Good A method of bluing small steel goods by dipping Is to melt saltpeter In an Iron pot then Immerse tho pro viously polished and cleaned articles until sufficiently blued The goods should then be removed and cooled In petroleum and afterward dried out In sawdust Business Items Evcrytclng good to cat Phone Court day dinners at L N Chas Ualcrlclns plnct Go to Hagan and get cheap and notions I Fresh kale oysters celery arid jrfon berries Phone 181 Gill Simson I Bring your broduce to Ilagan get highest market price 122 Wo highest market price butter and eggs T S Elkln 122 4t Call on Henry Duncan Avenue for a clean satisfactory e 18 it Just received two cars of Red Jelllco Coal In block and nut sell cheap fur cash II B I Dr A S Price will at his homo on Richmond street I Mondayand Tuesday of each For Rent A splendid residence and six of land on Orchard Street ply to this ofllce or to J I Our Motto Figure it out THEIIE ISNO MKTOOOO ODFOllO TJUCO8 Gill Simpson Warning Delinquents in City taxes for 1007 nUll are hereby notified h if settlement Is not made at o suit will bo brought for collectlo in tho courts l222t L E Hcrron M 0 J Strayed white and black bitch with crippled eg long tall heavy ears wrinkled ft and big mouth She has been v about two weeks Reward for in formation Toles Walker Pluio254 R Btf 20 00 Reward For Information that will lead to recovery of black and tan houni bitch Head and sides butttan old very timid Had On with name of undersigned when Lincoln county last reward will bo paid for motor that will lead to recovery Address O hut 1841 Hot Springs rk Notice I Notice Is hereby given that tjhe caster Opera House Co by writing of the owners of majority of tho shares of stock Is herb dis solved and It will proceed forthwith to Its business All debts and aemands against the Company will present them at once L G Davidson S cy January 1100 11641 A I j 1111 hl It t ydinner o bit Asl JV de6U w tf a s p lInml on TO ItS 0 e spotted c I e 1 toll oat In A ve n Lion L co sen In close up al I L Sc Restaurant cries 12 t Richm North t r my s THOUGHTS ON BUSINESS WALDO PONDRAY WARREN RUNNING DOWN AN ERROR IN talking with successful manager not long ago subject of correcting error up I asked hlmt How do you treat employs when you find that he has made a mistake It depends on the employe he slid and on the nature of the mistake I hays great deal more leniency for a due to Ignorance than for one due to carelessness But I do not believe In abusing an employe for a mistake I the attitude that It la a serious thing and that doubtless ha feels badly about It I dont try to smooth It over but let his own telfconvlctlon be his punishment And what about correcting Usually I require him to look Into the matter and report to me and show me Jut exactly how the mistake happened He ueually knows that point better than anyone else can tell Mm I question him quietly until he admits that It was just because he let It e or because he assumed come point with out Investigation or eome such reason Nearly every ml take can be traced back to some source of that kind When the real ron le to light we talk It over as the occa elon warrants and I make that he corrects the thought which pave occasion for the error This fair assurance that a similar mistake will not occur again That le bother than mere scolding BY a an I I t I I brought I 0 business cams mistake take tit sun underlying gives tuoptr4ati tvn w towpa a eeILL- t t d j ft t W PEOPLES Paint Lick I It 1 11toda I nvi C Fish Yltt line 1IW 0 kemptr Cualtb 1 Wo offer you fair treat mont with ovory accom modation that is consistent with conservative Banking CAPITAL 16ooooo SURPLUS 900000 M COY RUARHOLD- ROOUYH JBBURaOWB WOODS KL WOODS worisn ii ntgavTonl J B are Fully Protected by Fidelity and Casuality Insurance THE Garrard Bank Trust Co INCORPORATED CAPITAL STOCK 50000 STOCK HOLDERS GUARANTY 50000 TOTAL GUARANTY 100000 Now and Uptodato Stool Vault SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES We offer expeditious pleasant and safe transaction of business The Farmers Bank II Ky I I K II I Our Customers Lanaoeter Your Account IS DUE Please call and Settle J C ROBINSON THE BIG NOISE IN Suitsand Goats Still keeping They must go to make room for our New Spring Line Our Muslin Underwear and Corset Sale now on Como early and got first choice Long Kid Gloves in Blacks and Tans 250 and 300 quality going at 200 during our sales J B WALKER 60 RICHMOND KENTUCKY THE POX STUDIO Is open every Saturday for business Office hours from 930 to 4 oclock Those who come In the noon wilt ovoid the afternoon rush Photos finished up in every style at roasonblq prices Leave orders for framing The FOX STUDIO I I I I I I I I I RI II I IM U- pI I I I I ci 11 lore o nI a 3 r I rr e oA- w r i a a A tig trom 10ent piece will count FULL value A tag from a S cent piece will count HALF value TOBACCO with valuable tags Save your tugs from OLD STATESMAN GRANGER TWIST MMferWttfcMM PrW HWM MM Ivy J T SPMTHM4 tMHMMty 8SR WNTii Wt Coupons from MANS WIDE AND OWENS SELECT SMOKtfN FfCMC TWIST OLD TENNESSEE ROYAL tram Smtkl OUT EDGE razN Simkhn Yellow Strips from lUSTER Tags from the above brands are good for the following and many Nitr useful presents as shown by catalog 00 I I Ire Bar Old IL III rw ww i tH I t 4V i 1V sail FMW m- BIMk Psas t Tsopuor- It I Gold Cuff Buttons 39 Tag Fountain Pen 100 Tags English Steel Gentleman Watch 200 Taxi Ruor50 r Tags t French Briar Pipe 50 Leather Pocketbook 80 Steel Carving Best Steel Shears 75 Tags Tap Set200 Tags Tag Lady Pocket Knife 40 Tap Playing Cards JO 60yd Fishing Reel CO Tag Tags Tags 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 rHCAMEItlCAN TOIACCO CO St Louis MoJJ General News A Pension appropriation will he 1101 000 000 which Is 2000000 less than last year If left to the candidates we believe they would make the necessary expen lies very excessive Two hundred and forty men were entombed by an explosion In a coal mine In Hungary bodies have been recovered and sixteen sur vivors rescued Tbo law passed for the purpose of fire arms the Idea of the framer of the act being that few people could bide about his person a gun two feet long This law might be good enough for Alabama but as most of the pistols In Kentucky seem to be over regulation size we would have to have the law read for three foot guns instead of two Itwilf require 1234000000 to run the Postal Service during the fiscal year of 1910 This Is an Increase of I12000over last year and results from increase In salaries railroad clerks carriers and the extentlon of the rural service The Alabama Supreme Court held the John pistol law to be valid The law provides that one shall own or carry a pistol or gun less than twenty four inches In length also that pistol supplies for guns of less size connot be sold The Grand Army of the Republic de sires a national celebration of the one hundredth anniversary of the birth of Lincoln on February 12 and has asked President to Issue a procla matlon to the country Inviting and urging such a celebration Jacob B Perkins of Cleveland com pleted the purchase at Lexington of twentytour matched black horses which were shipped to Cleveland to be used by the famous Troop A or Black Horse Troop In the Taft inaugural parade March 4 Six Washington newspaper corre spondents Including representatives of the New York World and the Ind ianapolis News have been summoned before a Federal grand jury in con nection with charges concerning the purchase of the Panama Canal Scnatar Tlllman made another speech In the Senate In which he add ed the names of Attorney General Bonaparte and Postmastcd Meyer as members of President Roose VOlts Ananlas club The Senator said he was prepared for anything oven the assassins knife William A Anderson a conductor on the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad branch line from Catlottsburg to Pike yUle was robbed and murdered After Anderson was dead the murderers car ned his body out onto a high trestle and bound It to the rails whore It was struck by a frlegbt train shortly after ward and badly mangled A bill to regulate campaign contri butions was Introduced In the llidlana Senate b y Senator Mattingly Corp orations according to the bill must It they make contributions do so In a prescribed manner under penalty of dissolution Candidates for political onlce are not to be permitted to spend money except for strictly legitimate purposes It also provides that liquor dealers are not to be allowed to make any contributions of any sort for po litical purposes Damages In tie sum of 140000 are aRM a a suit tiled In the United BUtM Court at Paducah by 0 W Kucker of Metropolis 111 against 210 alleged night rldsrs The major ity of tne defendants are residents of Lyon county and many of them are prominent In Western Kentucky The plaintiff WM Police Judge JUdyvlU and be claims the defend to walk barefoot ed te tb Rlyer In his ptybt cjolfeM ph boat him j ci t j J I t i no I i Roosevelt j I I i I 0 I uta compelled him they 1 A p o 1 Forty ftve I Lyt 1 lii ifir t L I I it- I riVs I t11 I t I I General- S J 4 t j I I i i t 1 5 I o 1- 4L k unmercifully with clubs A bill to guarantee bank deposits was Introduced la the Indiana State Senate by Senator Urube of Kosclus ko and Marshall counties National banks are exempt from Its provision The measure provides for a tax of one half of 1 per cent on the average dally deposits of all banks and trusts com panics In order to keep the fund In a satisfactory condition a special assessment may be levied on the capital stock of banks and trust companies according to the amount of dally deposits Bravo Fir Uddlos often receive severe burns putting out Ores then use Bucklens Arnica Salve and forget them It soon drives out pain For Burns Scalds Wounds Cuts and Bruises Its earths greatest healer Quickly cures Skin Eruptions Old Sores Bolls Ulcers Felons best Pile cure made Relief is Instant 25c at R E McRobertV 1m Saves Telegraph Toll A pigeon used by a Manchester Ens firm of millowner to carry messages from ono mill to another has saved the flrm 29 In telegrams dur ing the past ten years ANNUAL REPORT Of TUB Financial For thifiscal year ending January 4th 1909 RECEIPTS Balance on band Jan CUb 1903 Fluei collected InlHUS Taxei collected In 1908 Old taxei collected lVOft7 Meeniei collected InlWS tax tale onehalf lot In Work house Bldg 1 easa 6690 MM 6CJ1 M 33361 44000 son 13UOOO S97 IS DISBURSEMENTS Salary City Council Clerk nd CommIssion Marshal 1 d Guard for Frliouer Kxtra police Jailer For Town Clock city Treuurer lou ou or MOO Cur W 00 1utllo Lighting K7 00 Balance water note BOOM lutereil on water lOW 00 Paid to linking fund 8JOCO Fire department 1600 MM Btreeti J os 10 Tranifered to water W7 Balance on band ltxo Vt Total t W 13 WATER WORKS REVENUE FUND 11ECKIIT8 Water renti collected 1 140093- Flin privilege SB ou for 2m to Total 1 DISBURSEMENTS Engineer Salary I MO 00- Hupta ISO 00 and rapiSt coal on band to June lit Worth IWOOO and paid lor K t W- Ilaullut old ana new aectt ll M DAI 41- Mltc llan OUI WOO Total W at collectible IJcentes and Tax about 170000 and the sinking fund has paid off 1100000 In water worst bond WB MASON HTWOAN desk Mayor Sell Your Tobacco- At The Danville Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse and Ket as prices as any uuctlon market In tUe world W V RiLey fc1 Company Danyillf Ky 1025 Jm Jtallroad lax TOlal 14 CO 71100 10000t- o All 1st 1OOO 17110 300 110 211 00- 1ollco Judge 311110 work bond Telephone account uew worll fund au fond Aml UIIDlerred from genr1 9n tJ to Pu lb high guarantee p1itiofl CiTY 45- 2350- I I I I ok and 45 4Q ibis Suns 2643 3J nfticlcu city p v a t Qualify First Benoca Let no man presume to advice to others who has not first good counsel to himself Better Than Others Swartz Bros Austcrlltz Ky says Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy only cured our hogs of cholera but I Is the best tonic and conditioner fo hogs we have ever used Sold by J R Mount Co Lancaster Ky Commissioners Sale ofLand GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Citizens National Bamc of Lancaster Plffs J II Potts and othrsiefta virtue of a of the Gar rard Circuit at Its No vember team lOOa In the aoove stylet action 1 as Commissioner wll onMONDAY JANUARY 25 1900 It being County Court day between the hours of 11 a m and 2 m a the Court House door In Lancaster Qirrard County Ky sell to the high est and best the following real property said Is In three pieces to all Intents and purposes Is one body of land first tract In Garrard County Ky and Is bounded as follows Beginning at a stump on top o cliff thence crossing N 63 E 0 chains to a stake thence E 8 chains to a stake thence S 651 W 8 chains to a large oak tree thence 1 35 W 104 chains to the beginning containing two and acres 2 110 acres This piece of land wai a of lot No 6 division allotment of the lands of R A Noel deceased and lies on the waters ol Paint Lick Creek The second tract of land lies In Oar rard and Madison counties on the wa ters of Paint Lick Creek and is as follows Beginning at a stone on the east of Lick Creek and corner to Blakeman thence S 321 W 9 poles to a point In and near the center 01 said creek thence S 60 W 15 poles to t walnut stump corner to tnt Noel Noels line N 00 I 15 poles to a stake formerly a tree In the bottom mill dam thence still with Nosli thence a new line N 60 K 3 poles to end of stone fence on east of road and on the bank of old mill race corner to Blakeman thence with said race N 29 W 89 poles to a small yea more at the bank of same thence N 21 W 10 poles to a stone In the same thence W 8 poles to the containing acres three roods and thirtyone poles 3 A 3 R The third tractlies In Madison Kentucky on tho waters of Paint Lick Creole Is bounded as follows Beginning at a stone on the old line of at the end of said lot thenco a new line and with fence NOW 250 poles to a fence post thence 8 18 to Potta In all thirteen and two tenthi to a stone corner to same thence S 27 E 137 poles to the begin fling containing one hun dred tbs of an acre W100 of an A Said lands will be sold as a whole and the sale Is made for tim purpose of realizing the annum from the day of July until subject to the credits October 10th 19f the sum of with 6 cent In terest annum fiom the day o January 1005 until paid subject to all the interest to arr 10th 1000 1120 February 24th 1008 and I27fi 00 paid 1008 Also 150000 per coot Interest per annum from of 1005 until 500 00 with t percent Interest from until Also the sum 10135 which approximate of action TT Bald sale will bo on a credit of 6 and 12 months purchaser will be re quired to execute good so au sale until paid haying the force effect u upon execution Issue If not aid at maturity A will also be J M W 1 Williams Ally fur riff January give not 8 Ky vs j I ent Cour r ndered Mast described The S 33 and bounded line S Jot Ji 10 to a atone In same the and county E corner 236000 U per cent following and lu60 paid January 2nd 1007 also January a per nnum July p Id at coat thIs gus made payable to undersigned Muter Commissioner for said money bearing 0 eat sod which retained upon the for the payment uf purchase money OTIIWE Muter Cotnr Garrard Circuit our 1 r I tl 4 9 e i 6 i n given sycamore begIn- ning 31P l interest per e usud iIi p rw MIMI IIMMMMMM MMI FARMERS COLUMN pact Ibis li lot the e use til our frmtr tntnijflberi lor the ol stock anti thlnx on i the Utmer cannot altoril lo aiUcr tl No nolle will bt arorptoit o r Sour llnei lId will two lames ol RtrosD olchaiii I have four thorough bred Jersey cows for sale ono of which will bo fresh In about ton days II K Horn don I have for sale ono good mare mule ten years old about 163 hlith Mrs Carrie Davidson Have 400 bales of timothy hay will soil less than tho market price Tel ephone 0 D Lcdfort or write Z T Rice Richmond Ky Farm and Stock Alex Glbbs sold SO head of export cattle neighing 1300 pounds each to Simon Well at Lexington for 61c per poundIn tho last tow days mule buyers have purchased at Union City Tcnn six carloads of One mules paying out 140000 Farmers and their wives In Barren county Ky have received between 125000 and 130000 for their turkeys this winter At the sale of Squire J P Bourne corn brought 1303 In the crib mules from 1140 to 1176 cows from ISO to tCO sheep 1305 per head hay 40 to 42 cents per hundred It you Havent yet plowed th gar den try and Und some day this winter in which to do tho job It will mean vegetables at least ten days earlier next spring should It happen to prove wetMat S Cohen sold the famous pre mium saddle mare Edna Mae to Mrs Richard Lawndes of Clarksburg W Va for tbe handsome sum of 14000 She was shown at Garrard County Fair last year Buyers are searching Kentucky for 150 black horses to be used by the fa mous cavalry troop of Cleveland 0 which will act as escort to President Taft In the Inauuural parade Inte Journal As soon as freezing weather sets In cover tbe strawberry patch with straw to prevent alternate freezing and thawing of the soil and a consequent lifting of the plants Manure with the straw Is good Hemp breaking Is now In order and the price is six cents Hemp handi are asking 1150 for breaking short hundreds In Fayette county The crop Is of larger acreage In Jessamine this season Jessamine Journal On account of the racing legislation enacted last year In New York many thoroughbred horses belonging B Hoggin were sold from his famous Elmendorf Farm Lexington Ky at auction In Germany a few days ago Thirtyfour mares and were sold at a total of 117748 an average of about 1500 the highest being 11050 for Gold Order Prince Sandrelzkl Lleutenant on Bennlngton and other famous turtmen were among the pur chasers The most Important sale of prize winning Jacks ever recorded In Ken tucky was closed yesterday when 0 Kunnelly proprietor of tbe breeding eslabllihment for Jacks and saddle horses of Greendale parted ownership with that grand prize Jack General Woods for 12600 The Doctor liOOO and Kentucky Mammotb 11000 to Mr Ed Thomp son an extensive breeder of jacks and saddle horses of Gundy county Mo In tbe sale of General Woods Ken tucky loses one of the grandest Jacks ever bred within the borders of the Blue Grass and one that baa establish ed an enviable reputation in the show rings of several States being the win ner of fiftyeight blue ties Including championship cups and sweepstakes also the winner of the United States Championship Cups at the Nashville Tenn State fair In 1007 over 137 of the finest Jacks In the country W B Burton shipped a car load of mules and horses Monday to Wilson Live Stock Co Wilson North The car was composed of 20 mules which coat him 13000 and 5 horses costing him 1900 He also bought of J B Ruble Buena Vista nice team of mare mules for 1400 and of Duck worth and Uenton Nlcbolasvllle Ky 6 mules for 1105 per head The registration of an anlmslln a public stock register should be held sacred by all breeders and false regis tratlon should be severely condemned and the extreme penalty given to ny one thus violating the law A mem ber of any association who U found guilty of uttering a false pedigree should be expelled from In addition to a public criminal for the results of his crime are far reaching A Hfrrlbl HoUUp About tea years ago my brother WM held up In his work health and nappieesi by what WM believed to be hopeless Consumption writes W R Llpscoubo Washington If 0 He took ill kinds of remedies and treat mint from several doctors but found no help till lie used Dr Kinks New Discovery and was wholly cured by six bottles He In A well man today Ul quick to relieve and the surest for weak or sore lungs Hemorr bigNj Coughs and Colds Bronchitis La Grippe Asthma and all Bronchial affections 60o and 1100 Trial tut tie tree Guaranteed by R E MoRob ertt r belo ucla anti I raln lIch Ill oiiy lit toJ colts membership cure n CIIC5ISSSSSIheadIng ale isle jams the tree nor Mr- S wIn- ning Carolina i11 1 virtue of state and county taxeS duo nntl unpaid by the quont taxpayers of Garrnrd county A Arnold ShorllT o Garrard County Ky will on MONDAY JAN 25 1009 being the flrat day of January Term o the county court before tin court house In Lancaster Ky between the hours of 10 bidder tho following or BO much thereof u Taxes The amount set opposite each name includes tho amount saId taxes penalty Interests cost etc As lOOn as taxes are paid the names will disappear from Uarrard County Ky DISTRICT NO t Lanctiler White Acton Smith I 1- Creech Albert H l Corder B K I town lot Dotjr Abn It 91 aer Greening 441 DISTRICT NO I Colored Anderson town lot t C ncrvlal town lot 1 8- Anderion Caroline I town lot 4 S- iBatifhman Harriet 41 T tBurntm Lcwli I town lot Ilnrdttt 0111 Kllen I town lot 7 1 M- II rrliiiAn r 4 Joni Jim 1 town lot Kttttj Fannie t town lot MaflUld Jerrr 1 town lot NtwUnd Sara 1 town tot KajrGeort l town lot 4- Roblnion Hattle 1 town lot 4 Warren Jesse I town lot BRYANT8VILLE No 1 COLORED- Bnrnam aer 4 Bronton Wm I acre Center Oeo 1 lot la Darlitown 47- Ceiler Dill A Sexton I lot Datlttown Cochran Mary I lot In Datlilown 7 4 Dodd Annllacrei Dunn Bam Hot M Dunn Dnnn Commodor lacret Dunn Date t tot la Davlitowu Embrjr Henry acre Gtlnei o ear S acre Oaluei Cbaa and Brother C J4 acre Leave Lewli 1 tot Mary 1 Bherler Henry 1 tot In Duvlitown Smith B n I lot In Davlitown Wallace lot In Davlttown 4 Withers 3o I acre BUCKEYE DISTRICT No S WilliE Barton B 1 acrtt 4 East A Simpson 1 34 4 Flnnell ilri M40 Flojrd W A 4 Sl acre LancTtiomaiSiacrei Ill Poll A J M acre UU5 acres Simpson Wm 1 14 I NO j COLORED Anderten Maryaaerei Wearrtn PAINT LICK No 4 WHITE ford Green 4 acres Broch Monro li aerei BrjantWM to aerei Cooler Bailie 20 acre riih 6 7 Floyd Wm 4 aerei OabbardO Iwao BomoroO aerei Klnnard CCS7acrei KnuekleiWm 7 Xacrei I J Saerei 87 Lon John 34 aerei acres UcQuerrJT Si aerei Nave Jamei 700 aer t Pointer Tyro 6 creiM lUj Joe JO acre RalnonWH JMacrei RoberliJohaK Hot Ron W M 110 aerei Roblnion 16 acres 4 Btewert Arthur II acres t 7- Wllbnrn Jennie 21 acres YonngCbuUacrei 07 NO 4 COLORED AddUou Henrr IK cr 4 t Faulkner Wilt 1 acre A HlckiOiearHcr r Hunt James 10 KenneUjr Marjr 6 4 J Kennedy Ed 3 acre 4 I Kennedy Lacker Clel 7 acre SLackey Lite I acrjf Lacker Uarr Leavell Thompiim f aero 4- tjrtl Torn 8r I acre Henry thin Newland John I acre 4 Reid Barney aerei Ron Charley I lot gpllman acre 0 A ARNOLD S 0 0 Oh Y Tarsi The Town dunno what things Is comln to Poor old Henry lone Aunt busted nor leg the old woman 111 abed an now doggone mu It I avcnt lost my knife Harpera QUIT WORK READY Tl lIVE UP IN DESPAIR to Hull By Vl o- I was sick nindowu and flnall Ud to give up work After tryln a lumber of remedies and several I was Just about ready to up In despair I saw Vlnol vertlMd decided v to try It Md U bu done more good M all other WMI 90R blnea 1 built me up and restored w trMitli until I pow feel twenty years younger od am able to attend to ro work as usual Job Jeavoni 1031 lAnd strut Wheeling W Va The re son Vlnol Is so successful li such uses U because It contains Iron and alt of tbe slrengthenlni bloodmaking sad bodybuilding meets of end liver oil but no oil Ylwl U unexcelled as a strength creator for old people delicate children mk ruptlowii persons and 4okBN an4 U tk Wet howl rem edy for coughs and bronchitis return your U Vino talli i TfiX E Iell 0 for I and 4 for sale ttl the real estate ot saId delinquent O Nherllt acres sore W acres Alcorn 110 Bob 110 a eo t 10 6 AO 1M 110 110 110 Jane 600 t ICochran Yrok 4 41S 4 Wm I acr S l 2 600 Ready till 70 Allen 110 690 toO It 18 U 6111 IOH acres Wm licit in Lancaster tll87 SQ M S t6- Brocb Carr 60 acru 6 16 600 600 A Todd IlOO acr DIS It 1110 4 GO M Lee Mrs M 2 UI 600 4011 Cbs Sr SO a 0 Iloskens heirs I acre CICi 610 Sim I ac a Ie I IS Merritt S acres 80 254 I GrumblerS Jane atoneS give ad pd for thin ku lila tonic art cold W ly tllfacUo vK4ert Mere I I I CI I o 10 iO iO 10 SherijfsSaIe m otTer highest Lists an the VU S 86 081 Ella I acre S acre 4 a 4 I I etc acre 68 SC 9 52 52 0 acre S SO I acres acres 134 Moberly 0 7 38 aCres Ray C- Totten liros acre SI acres 581 451 Miller 3 T86 Pot SO 90 YR I acre acre Cit Cit 661 751 I V 484 391 Weekly physicians vie mosey I Drs ev- ContnilRNlonrrVt Nnlu or lniul o A UIIA UD r ouitv Mary T Uulntuns Vdmr tptfttt lUlstii ayfofU ll virtue of uiiil- I vvinbur tetm lm In Hut ubuvo HI led notion I HS fiiiniiilMloncr will nil MONDAY JANUAllY 25 1000 It being County Court tiny between time hours u in mid 2 p in nt I ho Omit UOUHC iluor In Unr raid County sell to ilia highest and the following ilc cd teal property In Lowell trdax Saul land lies hi Qurrard County Kentucky In tliu vllluwu of und three lots which will llrst bo sold und then M a whole and the bids tho most money will bo accepted lands are bounded as at a point in the middle of tho road anti the middle of the county road and corner to Mary Ralston thence South 143 feet middle of said county road to a point In tho middle thereof thence feet to a point at end of Blono fence thence fence 1511 feet at end of said fence hue of Sulphur Well Lot thence North duo West corner near there 101 of saul Sulphur Well thence EaSt 140 feet containing about 13 of an ncre 2 tract beginning at a point In timid die of County corner to tho old Stone House Burrows thence with the middle ol Raid road S70 W 240 chains to a In tho mid tIle of said road corner to llclllii thence leaving tho road and with Ret Us S 131 E 188 chains to the middle of road W K by production 200 challis distance named to a In middle of rail road at Intersection of County toad corner to Burrows Hrut lot thence leaving road at Intersection of county and with line of said llurrows with middle of said road N 171 W 170 challis to the beginning containing 45100 of an acre Including railroad right of 3 tract lying between railroad and creek lieglnnlng at a point In the middle of tile County corner to Burrows thence said County llosd 171 E 2 85100 chains to the mld die of Hendersons branch thence down and with the middle of said Hendersons branch GOl K 240100 chains to tho forks of creek 421 K 0 22100 chains to a point In the middle of said creek or branch thence kay N 37 V2 05100 chains to the middle or same S 01 W 0 08100 to the begin containing 2 14100 acres log rail road right of and 2 60100 acres Including rail road right of WilY Said sale Is made for the purpose of settlement of tho estate T Ralston TERMS Said sale will be made on a credit o 0 and 12 months purchaser will b required to execute to the undersigned Master Commissioner for said pur chase money bearing cent lute est annum from date of sale until having the force and effect of upon which execution ma at will also bo upon tho land sold for the payment of purchase money J M ROTH WELT Master Comr Garrard Circuit Court R II Tomllnsoa Atty for Wff This January 0 1000 CommlsIoncrH Halo of Land GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT Jack Denny Plaintiff Dan Qoodloe c Defendants virtue of a of the Oar rard Circuit Court rendered No vember Term the cboVo styled action I as on fUARY 25 1000 It being county court day between the hours of 11 a m and 2 p m at the court house door In Lancaster Garrard county Kentucky soil to highest and best bidder the following described real property situated In Lowell Carrara 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 S 60 E 13 210 to a stake or plank fence to said lot Hawkins Hawkins line N Gui E 14 poles to a stake In said lIne a new corner thence a now lIne N 49J W 23 to a stake In Hendersons branch about ono polo from time Blono fence on the east of the branch S 28 W 14 28 poles to the beginning contaIning 11 acres and 30 poles Said lot was convoyed Mar ardt Qoodloe then Denny by J I wplllman und wife on time of Jan uary Id76 by deed recorded In the Oar rara County Clerks odlce in deed book No 5 page 628 Bald sale Is made for the purpose of realizing tho sum of 7400 0570 approximate cost TERMS Bald sale will be made on a credit of all antI 12 months and the will bo required to execute bonds to the Commissioner for said puichaso moo ey bearing 0 cent Interest per from date of sale until paid up on which execution not paid at maturity tame having Ihn force and effect lien will also be returned upon the land sold for the purchase money J M Master Comr Oarrarq Circuit Court R II Tomllnsun Atty for Plaintiff This 0 1009 All the Letters The following Is the shortest ion tence says Home Notes containing all the letters of time alplmbutt lack my box with flvo doson liquor Jugs Let Each Help Clot at Hand Conditions can bo lighted when the community thinks and nets You cnn not right them I cannot right thorn Hut you and I can offer within a nan row circle tho dip of Individ ual good heortodnesa while we watt for the calcium of the full brother hood of man which la coining later Cynthia Westpvor Alden In the Circle Itching Skin Diseases Arc readily cured by Zcmo A liquid los lit Zemo give nitant relief permanently cures any form ol or disease All Write for sample E W atOll Med Co St fir sale ftt MoRjiwu Drug Htoro m va- WIIIIKIII II ot the Jai rill I Circuit Cu rt lilitHId lit 1111 Nu Mil Ir 111 tell Usrrattl County ell uck I tracts or 1 M feet to or la d road thence lIne ot said road tu the I 21 lirothiera and Inll same and with J Metcalf line good 6 per lIld a ma ty A lieu retain YL I r Co MONDAY J to annum II ot paT ment Thou tallow nd tI U ifimil and bound real- Izing 221 beginning tli judgment in Mast tim said am payable ROTh WELL I i I I j 1 fOLEYS and TAR CURES Coughs andGolds PREVENTS Pnumonla and Consumption Petoy and sot ontf stops the cough but beau and strength tni the lung and prevents serious r suits from A cold I There Is no danger ol Pneumonia Consumption or other serious lung trouble it Fetcyc Heney amd TM II taken at It will cur the most coughs tho dangerous kind that settles on the lung and may develop Into pneumonia over night If you hays cough or cold do act risk Pneumonia when y HeiMiy ml TaW will cure you quickly a4 strengthen your lungs I Remember Fcfoy Newsy and Tarand any I substitute offered Do not take chance with tome unknown preparation that costs you the some when you can get ya Honey and Tar that costa U 9 mw and li tafa and certaU in results Contains no opiates w 1 Aft r PhyftMMM faM It K Jones M E Church Grove Md writes About ev n of tight yean ago I bad a very sever cots which physicians said was very ecu pneumonia and which they afterward pronounced consumption Through a Head I was Induced to try a sample ol Poleys Honey and Tar which gay 10 much relief that I bought some ol the regular site Two or throe bottles cured me of what the physicians called consumption and 1 have never had any trouble with my throat that time Three sites 25c SOc 100 The 50 cent size contains two and onehalt times as much as the small slie and the 100 bottle almost sU Uotefl as much SILI III IECIWKIKI If C C J1 K Stormcs KILL THE COUCH AND CURE THE LUNC8 Dr Kings New HONEY l i J I a Fete r i i the name Fete 1- 1HY f n utor j i io or lungs slacs i t WITH Disca j14A 4it Hussy las stUb- born refuse I Oesswisptla me C FOR c8 Br TRICK lOa A Ttlal OotUe rrn OK MONEY REFUNDED K McRoberts Drug Store XVIIIOCVE fia Cream Vermifuge AND ALL THROAT AND GUARANTEED JBA- R WORM REMEDY THE GUARANtEED THE ClliLORCNS FAVORITE TONIC crwtKC IMITATIONS TNI OCNUINC riCCAKtO OflY I- TBollardSnow Liniment Co or uouio MO McRoboris Drug Store AU K Denny DENTIST Office over Eczema is Curable 2BMO a oclentlflo preparation for external me Stops and destroy the germs that skin dlssasei Eczema quickly yields and Is permanently cured Druggists Write for earn pie St Louis Mo For sale at Mclloborts Drug Store Fruit and Ornamental Everything for Orchard Lawn and Garden We linye no agents FreeCatalogue H FHillonmeyer Sons exliiRton Kentucky The Truth Every in this Eczema Pimples Dand ruff or any form ol or dIe A uw Fcr sale at MotyQborts Drug 0 ilernilons Jewelry E W Rose Med Co rreEES I a t who issuf from I I 6 externa JtHor 1I- EJ store cause permanently t